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Sedtion A BLUE MARK I tn Kill to n county will toll you that wu print more local newt iliiui auy otlior paimt In tiiU volloii hi Kontuoky I FOLKS NOW LJVIHO THE HICKMAN COURIER HiU lIlIL OLDEST f 5uct:BS5- volume PAPER IN WESTERN ai no. KENTUOIT u:i HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCT. 6, ''' - HERE meana tbat your baa ex.lre4 Itonew promptly I ' yoa want the pnpr torome to yoa after thla miDtu t ': ThB C A" - Spaakia' Good Team. Dreasa the Axles of Your Wagon, Old Man. and s ,,- Lst'TnJp - ,. . ,. . 1910. WHOLE NO. SUSS ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAK 185U V s?r Vrv f-f&- U VUi i iiT ." pop corn) r 1 l " W ?.. a .V v! tj"..J P.Wi r, &Wri .S.H J..V- - TfrQ Y 3 iS. .Vj Mi '.' W 5y : . W S . W)il dttt - ft-- - iVtv .v A- - . :ri JL .i'l i . .? '. . 1.N IS 6V'A wafr ? V .' V - . T" '. A? .jh w fi-.-, jv tx VV -r IV V f! isyf.-'i- j kv5 BL-.- ...'-J.A- i;'.. l 1 ' ' . ..:?.: ,!-.- r ) ':& V Vi. "' 'isii 'V . vl Copyricht Hart Schaffncr & Marx IG show of fine suits and overcoats now open to the public. Dont allow yourself to be turned aside by any side- c I. i. .... i ui k m.1.: J v icl J. ti.i.: SHOWS Or minor alLiau.nuii&, uuii l ii. any uiaic ua LiuiiipcLo ui liicaiyiiuiico uiaiiaui yuui aLiciiuuii from the main event; the real show. You'll find it right here; a great display of the finest clothes ever .made; specially i. l te' . made for us by Hart Schaffner & Marx button-through all-wo- There's no other such fashion and style in clothes as you'll find in these; there's no other clothing you can mention byname that's known, positively to be in all fabrics used ; there's no other that fits so well as this. Shape-make- r suit; an exclusive creWe offer you an immense variety for your choice; exclusive patterns and new designs in model. The latest and best is the made to stay in place without suspenders, or belt if you ation of Hart Schaffner & Marx, and sold only in this city. It's a new idea in cutting clothes ; the trousers throw out the chest. like. They hold up the body, help you to stand erect and overcoats; new models in raincoats; new fabrics and colorings. Latest and best styles in suits. New Overcoats $18.00 to $25.00 Suits $20.00 to $25.00 Good values and attractive patterns in other makes $10.00 to $18.50 - New things in Shirts, Neckwear, hosiery, to show you; and the latest shapes in Hats for Fall; things you'll want. KnTiTS e""' Smith Bi'iTT-nMHa- Ambers: 3 EL-'". W TRADE-MAR- I rvtAKESUFE'SWALKEASr'' hKlTB KAblMH 1 " -- Z'J 4MkLiti!!l&r er That New Gape Girardeau-Charleston-Hickm- an Railroad Proposition Looks Good. The Charleston Courier. oe of our worthy contemporaries, like this pa por, has forced 80 much railroad dopo on nn Innocent and unsuspecting public Uiat It makes apology for printing another column of like nature. By wny ui "easing" thomselves down, thoy yuote, in terse type, a railroad nrtico from this paper of last week proving conclusively to their readers tliat oilier editors are oven as malignant as thomselvos and that it Is still fashionable to gush about now roods. Tfco Charleston editor has our sympathy wo know what it is to ho misled and muzzled by unscrupulous railroad promoters but tholr story sounds good to us and wo give it to jou in tho following: railroad stories in thuso columns in the past few months that wu are not at all sure that tills ono will be credited, but wo feel sure this ono has more substance than any of tho others. SoVernl weeks ago Mr. Louis llouck tho railroad wizard and hlstorjan of Cape Girardeau or rather, Missouri, wns in this city. lie camo incognito, or as nearly so as iv man of his prominence could bo. lie oven paid his faro on tho Iron Mountain truln so tho railroad peoplo would not get wiso to his coming, for Uncle Louis was out after big goino, and did not want his quarry flushed until ho was ready to flro. were muxzled, Tho newspapers The Courier has printed so many thougli all of thorn woro wiso, but In order to securo tho inestimable blessing of u Houck connection, wo woro willing to forgot a good news Btory to secure It. Mmietlines oven, good newspapers manage to forget a good story when they profit by so doing. Wo even ovorlookd somo ragging by a Slkcston papor In sllonco from this fact, the publisher alleging that Slkoston had dreams at ono tlmo of a Illckmnn connection. Tho inipor- -' tnnt difference In Charleston's faor Is that Bho has n railroad builder in- -' terested, rnthor than a promoter, a distinction which Is n difference, as will bo seen. Mr. Houck asked Charleston to secure for him to Illakman from this city, which was promptly dono. Tho lino will go south from this city along the dump of tho ill toll to a point near Anntston, where u station will bo orected. Tho line will then proceed on a straight line, or nearly bo, to a point opposlto Hickman, Ky., whore a transfer will bo operated nod a connection had with & St. tho Nashville, Chattanooga Louis. right-of-way Power-Ove- r Marriagej-icensB- s Tho following woro granted II cusc to marry In Obion county laat week John Clark am', Georgia Adklns Tuubor Tusker nnd itonn Iloltou. S. C. Clurk pint I.lllle McCall Crobe Crew nnd Joiiulo Hose J It. Heeler and Nollle M. Maxwell V. U JoIirh nnd Florence llrown John Hughey nnd Kiln Jones It. K. Urol won and Mlunw Smlthey O. T. Drndley and HntUe Knight Hurley Hnrper nnd Audi King John I). OriHsom nnd Mamie l'irr Mono Garrett and Alice Gluos V. M. Cook ami Hula Oklhnm Malcolm Akers ami Mauie Stephens Itny Suxon nnd SMtrim Scholoa Km Hook nm! l.eim Workman Snm June and Nannie Watson W. - Wtrltngliam ami Amite Karl Torrell. V. 8. Mabrj ami llarh.l Cwyton Cameron. Illness Don't criticise your doctor because medicine prescribed by him fails to have the de The prescripsired effect tion may have been good, but the ingredients dispensed poor. Give the doctor a fair show by taking his prescriptions to a druggist who makes a point of dispensing only pure drugs of right potentcy drugs that hove the power to overcome illness Tested drugs only are used here, and skilled pharmacists do the cempoundiog. You should have the best procurable when combating sickness. For His Sake "My husband begged mc to lake Cartful," writes Mat-t- ie L Bishop, of Wavcrly, Va., "and for his sake I to try It Before I had taken 1 bottle, I felt better. "Before taking Cardul I suffered miserably every month and had to no to bed until It wore off, but now..! am all right." EM Take Tho Woman's Tonic You know Cardul will help you, because it has helped others who were In flic same fix as you. It is not only a medicine for sick women, but a tonic for weak women. Being made from mild, gentle, vegetable Ingredients, it is perfectly harmless and has no bad after-effects. 1847 ROGERS BROS.,. that Wears" && "Silver Tlate This will glvo tho Bhortost routo hot s eon St. Louis nnd llamphls and Nashville to the Houck lines, when connected up, whloh will bo dono in tho not distant future, and this will thou become an Important trunk line between those important allies. Tho Durllngton system has its cyo on this valuable llttlo road, and Is making Mr. Houck somo attractive offers for It, and after his link in this county is completed It would not surprise us if it should become part of tho Durllngton system. Major James P. D rooks, in company with ongineers, camo down from Capo Girardeau recently to make eomo preliminary surveys ns to tho location of tho new railroad which Mr. Houck is to build. Tho chlof question now is at what point thoy nro to ontor Charleston. Sever al entries aro being considered but tho ono that meets with most favor is tho street running north and south between tho residences of Mrs. Sallie Hart and John Hart Should that bo selected th depot grounds would bo Just north of tho Cairo branoh of tho St. Louis I. M . railroad and Just northeast of tho site of tho old Cairo & Pulton railroad depot of SO years ago. Tho advantages of such a raid to Cowgill's Drug Store (Incorporated) Juror Had Whiskey. Sheriff Jommmw, while In rburRr ut the Jury In Uie littrtoti murder a quert of whiskey In ! p this city ami county nro so great owl seeekHt of one of the Jurors. He took Cardul can be relied obvious that they need not bo enum- tite whfcikey from the man and nk upon to help you. erated here It will open up part of ed Mm where lie got K, ami h- that he found It The uhu Try it 'today. the county not now deveiopod ami At all druggists. bring much tww trade to this ell-- . key was deMreml to tm jNwje - Kul In the county it will opu up nw to TrMttHW. Isn't thin skowtHg partiality lo hi fanning country, provide nn outlet for Umber, grain nnd oUVer product, honor? and provide lower freight rates, make Hiccough te a very dUtrtMtng flue paetiongor conneoUomt both north mihmUmm a very dnagwoua and south, eouneoUng at the TfeebM bridge with tho several railroads crossing there, and at Hickman wKh s the trunk lines to Memphis nnd and other grain markets of the south. This means a better price , for grain to every farmer oh the road. Since the first vtatt of Mr Himck , sevwr&l weeks age, other trips to this , oily nave been node by - tbhi nmk who 'Mow Uilngs" and earn occasioned a meeting of our financiers awl capitalists, and we are informed there hs no longer a shadow of a doubt that work of construction wIM coon begin. Wo have a straight Up that for Uie ontlro length of Uie now road hits been secured New-Orlean, , J I right-of-way Harness Shop, Silver Of Proven Quality f?irh fffifTn fitwl rnfinnH tvnnttf r 1 la Uie place to buy your Harnett. carry a good line of Harnatt, Brl met, collars and saddles, curry Combi, Druthet, Saddle Dlanketa 1 Buggy and Wagon Wl.lpt. of Whlpt My lino lrntitf frtrt-- e enAAne and fancy serving pieces arc not attributes of solid sil vcrw arc alone. The skill born of lone experience has pro duced, in the famous "187 Rogers bros." silver plate, effects in pattern and design i liicli make its name for beauty second only to its reputation tor quality "Silrer Plate that Weart. " Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue "C-- L ," showing all patterns. MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO., (litcnuioul f rer Co.,Fotuor.) Merldn, Conn. li the bett that money can buy. It will pay you to look through my atock before you buy. Harnett and ahoe repairing a tpeclalty. Next door to Farmers A. Merchants Dank. HICKMAN HARNCS3 CO A. J. Ue Wright Manager. Many time a km allow of atop IL If simple H)ea fall the fwllo1fR haa been ' very efftewelotts: The Henrr pftxhte kieeouamt are Hear the mew In Ike Heck. They may recited ami ewmpfemxt by ptai i we fliMjer In lbs eeaw it kr lee of tki Wren v tw ewtU tkM rwi up etthf of Mm neck am) preewtmc l kwwwMtl imhI vjtwrd. A few in maw' prmmmH of tmw kind will m hmIhI. lr w4H i mm-i- ' NHMt ibUmilo hlceoiiKh Lyric Saturday night. One swallow do Hot make ami If you don't want to buy, call and Hut. but n down or so In a Uhv k look, anyway. You might ace toioe-thln- g bottli are sufficient to produr. 4 you want Hickman Kur. Co. grwit rhange in temperature i i THE PEOPLES BANK Has entered into a contract with the Secretary of State, whereby it obtains the service of the State Bank Examiner. Thus this bank will be operated under State inspection. 1 i l Office Hours from 8 a.m. to 4 p. m. Saturday the Savings Department will be open until 8:30 p. m. 3- - gUYNN5im3! JUJlt1 "TfT 3 I Sedtion 2 ep fze Ztesf leee up the Hill Proposition; it will be a Corking Good investment t Sedtion 2 A BLUE MARK HERE i i- - i US , . UV1II0 mtton county will MOW ix-k- I nev t ' iui irKMS-K'- i THE HieKMAN COURIER. of Success The Courier has a Spanktn' Good Team. Grease thB Rxles of Your Wagon, menim promptly it yon want the pnpoi to com you after thin month to that yonr tin eiplrtd casing is tho Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon HO. VOLUME Ol WEBTERH KENTDOKT BT PAPER IN Old Man, and Let's JhtchJJp ESTABLISHED IK THE a HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCT. 6, ly lie una ronlldout that a htnn..il vxprewiiiin tinted niro her face Iwre butiril? what have von hoiird uf nu'r she deuiHiuled Mr. KIhr nnn Umpired to falirli ato In tlielntfroMt of piy. j 1010. whole ho. suae TEAEasOO fl today lu an hour, suj V l un jou take Sale, Farms a party of oue rubbcruccMug thU ; worningr i waut jou to k'i im- - mw the castle grounds today and show me i Fine Farming Land for Salo on where the duchesses dawuie nml tue countesses cut ort. Easy Tteerms. "Of course, sir. jou understand Hiere ehleal reaenreh. nro certain parts of tbe pari! not open I lve hoard to tho public. The grotto aud tho play;u33xrx: Desiring, to got out of business, I that you are not grounds nnd the Basra of Venus" tbe niece of aid fidget. havo decided to soil off aU of my "I'll not trespass, so don't man Hpantz," He land and wUl offer some aa flnoland Ilobbs. I'll be here for you at l." .. wnt.-liriHtoutly Truxton hurried to the squnro and in tho world on almost auy terma i tu catch the effect across It to the shop of the armorer, that a purchaser may desire. I ; of the declarahowever, to lo :k :ilwr.t lint tion. No. 1. I havo ono farm of 200 lu some auiety for the excellent I one-hamUo north of Dodda' Ask anyone who has used Warren's Paints and DauglofcK, who might, for all he knew. T "VwQlmVnlieiird of the uotblnR be snooping lu the iielgliuoriioou. Switch on N. C. & SL L. Uy., ouo hu said they will tell you it weighs more than any paint kind." Spantz wns at the nir of the shop half mUo east of East Hickman, By GEORGE BARR rutdly talking lo it customer The girl was be- Switch, 100 acres in culUvatlou, balSold only in Hickman, and covers more surface. "Well. I'll eon- hind the counter, diesxed for the street. ance In Umber, mosUy fine pecans. MXUTGIIEON I iMVetl't," fMM She came quukly out to hlin. a disby me. Do your Fall painting now. overflow 1 1ud he ad m turbed" expression In her face. As 1W All of thla land la above heorfully. "It "WHAT 1IAVK VOU by Of Bfr bU bat the smile left his lips, except pecan land. Has a large barn CrrUfcl, doffed we to deHcCKM two bouses and a stable. Has boon no saw that she had leen weeping. HKAHII OK HE?" IN), by Doii. M.i are duce that e.nfllhL "You must not come here. Mr. King." In clover and pasture for tho last 4 Coropiny not related tu the armorer. Yon don't sbo said hurriedly lu low tones. "Tako years. $11,000 will buy this properI M tM look tbe Mrt." vour broadsword this morning, nnd ty, 1C or 20 per cent cash, balance Now she awMed dlvlaeiy. "Ami vtuy please, for my sake, do uot come again.. twenty yearn IX desired, at C in I- -1 ttot. pray? llh slater was my asother." may not explain why I nm nsumg ouo to -nor cent Interest. on which rensotfa is nKVtrw. ujl.it In onler to oatautiNb a llae you to do this." KIS'O witnessed tho lo base my wukl you "Just n minute, please." he Interrupt No. 2. Farm of 30 acres below Is?" tho garrWew. That who tetllitiC ed. "1'vo heard your story rrom Haron Hickman, all in cultlvaUou, 3 houses TltUXTON of m rntbr n tame ex- nlndmLmI thotse HittoNyour father most with Iris Dangloss. Are you hi trouble? Do lie and good barn, 2 miles from Hick hibition for n hwb wks !i(l appeal!!? awUe. n nml!e ko frankly you need friends. Miss I'latanovnr placo . n ike iet trww In nil tho wkl that ahe could not tcwt ii "The baron has told you nil nbout man on good public road. This -My fat few Is dond," she nald horl v wl eantU looking odlers, She smiled sadly. "Alas, ho Is known as' tho Lauderdale farm. mo? I f the ttpjtortnnlly to march b. rtMly. "ami tay Btotlwr Is dead Now baa inly told ynu what be knows. But WUl tako 00 per aero, samo torms There Is no as abovo. the MUe prince, ami that wm all. mn yo UHdcrMaad why I ani Mvlnp It should be Budlclcut. fnr an tlic review was cwteernrd. here with tay UMchrl Itrwi an amateur I'lft placo lu my life for jou or nny one tw eut lit e J earn ug to fniresmir No. 3. Ono, placo of 240 acres, 7 Do you W the court ,a "" ,U may rtte to that Now, air. do you "I aaj, okl DaugJoits is wultUig for Mr King cotWarsaw. The professor was else. There never cau be. alone the shady Castle expect to purchase the sword? If not you at tbo IteRvuRelz. sir. Wova up? tanova of last year for conspiracy. He question me? I can say no more. good tenant houses and a nice I rr wattrred executed wnrn- - tage, all In culUvaUon, ten acres In you been up to. lr?" Wot 1 -I have Now 1 must be gone. will repmre u iu imm Iftre i was ono of tho lenders of n preat la carriages. In traps, tu mo- alfalfa, cood Doach. orchard, and for" aald "Up to--up to, Ilobbs?" "That's what I came III lira! movement In I'oluud. Tliey ml von. Do uot come ngaiu. bImI In tho saddle. becu "Jly word, sir, you must have tone ami the Icy look be, retiKR slipped Into the street aud was good barns. This placo Is known as you havo Sho were tlrtimlly nnnr hlsts. as rirtf and W heart laed under the or ho wouldn't be there to sea you." ve Mm. King stood lu the doorway, tho Johnson place. Prlco $55.00 per come to ploro them In America. This gone. ura of a new ftnHtd Interest In he 0a you came In tbe ca puzzled gleam In "Who Is Danglosar 'I gathered that lloimea or some-ihtah retary. ULs'dcatb looking after her. a was coming up aero. girl Olg.i was hi ... .1HWI KITOtI HJi I. Atm pacity of Sherlock "Minister of police. Hateu't I told r J that Is not all. his eyes. Old Spantx m uir her If TnUHMt HIBR No. 4. Ono farm of 500 acres, 150 " She added the mat three you? He's a keen ouo, too. take my almost killed by his cusn sweetheart up to fifteen from tho rear, followed tW tale wasttd , t aut fled to Vl word for It. 1 heard blm usk for you." She bad acres In cultivation, balanco deadenwords wKh tramhrtakabto maaalBR prmeo oi tue tomer. months npo He wc rr hare wmo U IMrtt- - Iwdoad ef Sbe was leaalnc toward him. her Ho lost no time lu Retting to tbe ho"Hello, Mr. Spantz! Good morning ed except merchantable timber, flvo blood. He would have married . ik tho lively narrntlvo of a young pcrallar Rleam tel. A well retnombored. tlerco look- royal spite of the dlffcrenco In their I'm here for tho sword." mUes from Hickman, seven faraway itamla M tho counter, a her lu advoatwcos h i fiMR'i eyes, wbleb how for the ing Uttlo man lu n white linen suit waa The old man glared nt mm in unmis- tenant houses, three barns, prlco Is stations bad It not Itcen tor too It relsht have become n In her dark plana, .itark. Truxton began atruek him as rather more waiting for him on the Rreat of the crown tlmt she nnd her takable displeasure. for cleared land and $40 for unf the smart wl hi New York. nrat time penetraUaR than he lutil susIlaron Jasto Daugloss was a pollto kind late so well The young man's counting out his money. The tuslom $00 wo arc boMd by leett ami a you kuow, man, but not to tho point of procras- (powerful relatives took a band lu tho cr, a swarthy fellow, passed out of the cleared. This Is picked land and bet pected before meet the utkm to follow the trail U1 down marry n turning to glance Intently at the tor cannot be found. "I simply want t tell you. Mr. K ne. tination. He advanced to amiably and affair no wns compelled toOlga was door, man. A meaning look nnd it hero, no matter whKh way b tir to farw. Ho wiifldwl l young ojpect to buy puiiled American, smiting duchess, aud little No. 6. Ono farm of 425 acres, all .t , that unless you really " furawnrthat If she attempted to entice sly nod passed beyou to swirling bis imposing warned In culUvaUon, four miles below Hick he cW ncr-- r thta awerd It U not ww nd frota Cookf that neatly Rloved Ougers. and him here." J- i, in. nwnr from Ida wife she would bo tween iwike. It an excuse for coming man, tenant houses to every 25 acres luire furslreo hltaclf if Ih bd "I havo called, Mr. King, to bavo a punished. She did not attempt It. be- Spantx. Tbe man -lady, I- "n th My dear younif rr.M tn bl rwwlutleH to you," bo said abruptcor-ne- r several large barns and ono of tho chat with -Jly uncle has a queer atweptlen or little no enjoyed tbe look of surprise cause she is n virtuous girl. Her un- baited at the and f ...wttif; day. finest places below Hickman, It is below may tWak that ly, a home." Ho you cle. Spautz. offered her I dMa't kntw yud chanced your the proprieties. may on tho young man'a face. "Won't known at tho Stahr farm, five miles "Baron, nro you sure that sho Is a later on followed Mr. 1lhba In ywt eme to seo me. Yooag mea ,..ml 4r." remarked table? A Julep will King to Cook's offrom Hickman, price $75 an acre. sbopalrls all the world over, join mo at this red?" asked King. chat Willi I'ttW. como not Ik bad. chf King aat down tafice, afterward to "Quito. She attended their councils. tUAm'l know It," hM but In IWdwehui, no. UHloes they of tho piazza jwi if No. 6. Ono farm of 35 acres one to Wm at one court to thorn. "Sho doesn't look It, 'pen my word. the castle gates, hW mUes below Hickman, bles in the shade of the great trailing iM.tti. "Hbw ...& yool I'teI'tuttH to pay wort honorable scum of the outside of which and one-haI .ll.li.lt I thought thoy were the My uacle would not anueronBu. i I. 'iigwl It tUU IttawBt. "' vinos. A waiter took tbe order and earth." ho waited until good house, stables, etc., price $85 -I take It, however, that you would . lr. ntelf two tnliwte brb. departed. baWly. an acre. "The kind you havo In America nre. his quarry reala It Debhal TtetRkm. No, nndrrstaml." ho saUl H i.Ua- -or "Now, to como to the point." began But over here oh. welt, we never can ppeared. Until I have llted In Vienna. In Paris tohero No. 7. One farm of 170 acres 3& m plni; to "You expected to leave King went to bed In linden, but now I am living the baron. miles below Hickman, 150 acres In rrkurtwa Where the dtekoaa do andMdolwola. I have not leeu n shop-Klr- t morrow. Why aro you staying over?" - tell." much obliged, adu t ii bcvi late that night "I'm ta !.. woods lot, 4 pn'to krP swarthy fel"Baron, 1 leavo that to your owu umopened. 1 suppose there'a eyes 6 culUvaUon, balance Inetc. Price $75 always." .... 1. 1..1 nnu-fr- of deduction," SJld my harm well my polng to tho shop to this waa close nt t, 'em boferc." eo't eM low good houses, stables In no iy touv..ui "I can beltevo tnst. nm the noWHtT the iha .ii. Tmxton Rcutly. He took n long pull rings nnd knlckknacka his heels, always a bwartuy keixow per acre. n IwS "rwMwl tho are Justlfled."Is returning." she remark at tho btrnw. watching tbo other's face look!mnt forlot of I'AhSEIt OUT ait-n- a. Thy tannine- well out -sale?" im My uaclo No. 8. One farm of 1700 acres (our smiled. wok. like teurlnta and niWcnek. Tho "Not In tbo least. Couflno yourscu of sight himself. soon tub loot; nt those main place) One barns, good houses, "I must not talk to you as he did so. foundbaroti young lady in ed suddenly. to tu raln dlBU tho In ir" "You have "I'll como to knlckknacks. that's all." teK-t- he any longer." Sho glanced uneasily uotes on prices furnished I nay, who Is that jHt Runshop to bo very nttractlvc," "Isn't Spantz nbovo suspicion?" Hy rings," said King, placing the nodded, 100 acres in alfalfa, keil out uikhi the aquaro OBd then hurried- the you KteR lady In tho vlaterlnr on application. tbe baron. "Whero havo tho counter. Spantz merely In ray Uttlo world. In tier "No ono Is ly added, a certain wlstfnlae) without counting t abratitly. lAUp It to- known her before?" tho way. I am very fond of your fa- raked in tho bills sword over to the xolce ami oyw: "I owuldn-All of this land Is protected by tho U tho Counteta Marlanz. pardon?" "That "I boR ther, no is a most excellent gentle- them and passed the my place. Hut you are tho day. I forgot ho wa levee nnd produces 25 to 50 bushels I tbouclit for a young man man nnd a splendid shot." "Wbewt purchaser. to "It Is not unusual a . An Allntf 4 tin tbo first gentleman I've ajiokeii " Truxtou. picked up the weapon and of wheat per acre, a bale of cotton In search or au venture iu Truxton fitnred harder than ever. i.tM t kiwi here." cwteemlRK place. stalked away. Ilobba went Into delalU alfalfa, and la fact any crop that you lady of his choice from place to "What'a that?" When Hpantx eutared the door the recoutly. I recall." A few minutes Inter be was on his wish to plant. I also havo several tbe beautlfol couuteaa. "I know him quite well. Hunted llattaMlr from the She came but I knew her before and m, oi.,tf m nk If rtMi know girl was 8mus grounds, nceomp.i . Ma luflH. "You think -good tenant houses scattered over wild boara with blm five years ago In way to tho castlelegged Mr. Hobbs. ivm ...-- .. rmm waiIMn Who wlmlow ami iruxnw li.. " ISdelwclss?" hM back followed her to Germany. And your sister! She was n nled Uy the short through you aaalnst the counter with great tho City of Hickman that I will sell W lac the oceaalonally tcoda ho fer Hobbs led htm "1 am not quite sure whether young Rlrl. They were nt .- Mm: her. bl arma 0"X towardImpatient frown foldedbis and a latvo been lu Warsaw lately. Thcrol beautiful nt tho time. Was sho quite park gates nnd up to the lodge of .In at a bargain, also 75 bead of good Bptnu. tbo arnJorTrface. on Carlsbad moat old In tho spring, mules, three cob Fraasch. the vcneranic nig" ie n Riip In your movements that to well when rou last heard?" bhea Siiants's black eye ahot from one be is Here, to King's nnd a Uooba looked Intertwted. enn't account for." ym wnntr "Sho was," was all tlmt the wonder- ard of the grounds. booked as n plain 15 "What do my ,i... other. Btter disgust, he Was King became sorlous at oucc. uo ing brother could say. lot of suckling colts, besides 50 or qnlto a beamy, air. I Cvo you demanded aUarply. mechanically nd GO good brood mares aud some fiuo best to bo frank with word." Tho baron left the American stand Cook's tourist nnd -And. say. Mr. Haw that It wns The broaileword. old man. steps. riizIiii vised to pay strict attention to the Jersey catUe, also 60 good work mules tbnL Ilobb. IUt who U "I know this keen Inir at the head of tho Spantc. you mlKhl nwiimo a different"Haron D.ingloss. I don't know- Just after his retreating ttguro with a look rules. 'III II cushis tone In addroMlng m driving nt. but III set -- t In buying from mo you buy direct "It'B no disgrace." prowled Hobbs. .n. onnt tnr. air. 8b "Uttlo tower, net n boRgar what you nro of admiration In his eyes. uo you straigui. " Into tho streets redder than ever. "You're Inside the from the owner, having no commisbeard. Keen hero n niece. I'to walked Truxton fared forth day beThe Rlrl left the window nml zest In life grounds, nnd you've get to obey the net or saw that Rlrl until the with n oTer a month. I tuinu ane-- inm -jwly to the roar of the shop. paaalnw fore yesterday. 1 never spoko to her that nighthad over greater before. A roles, samo ns nny tourist. Itighl this sions to pay some dealer. known mw." flinn lio without , n turn Just Inside T" throngh the narrow der.. For further particulars call on S. the nM with n limp ciRaretto Irctweeu bis way, Blr. We'll take "Well. I'll any Rooilby borts. II Rnco at KlhR or she was ""'She mulled on you quite familiar- man was never far from tho side of the wall. Now, on your left, ladles I. DODDS, Hickman, Ky. vlail ,nwh aa tomorrow no lips nothlm; on for yesterSpntB tvas alloiit until casement n man. I should say- -n hem ly from her window tho Amerlcant-- n man who had stopped and ahcml tho coatlo RTOunda ifiUI-sDnnglosa coolly. m nass tho time of day with William Continued on last pane this ectlon. look about tho pInceO',lno t0 ,ho " -broadsword, obt" ho day." anld You want tho "She laughed nt me. to bo l"ectl Spautz nud who from that hour wan tel early. I'm KI"K over to the naked, moderating hit tone conaldera candid. Hut what'H nil this about? HOW'S THIS ? let tho younR man out of his not forward nnd smiled sightto "Il'a n rare . ohl- "IMJ d . .. until another relieved him of tho Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars He waa wblstllm; Rayly a bs 1.1 .lnllnm-.lll- lt - Dangloss loaned 11 UllBUI"" uv. "I'll RtVO yOU .. itiiir. mIidii. rendv to clvo H nothert." intorruined King, not for any caso of Catarrh that lunav not rlay with bo "Toko my ndvlco-- do cheery RTcetlnR to old Hpnuli nERE wns a eparklo In Kings cannot P. cured by Hall's Catarrh- Pay your 1910 State, County and There to hh. J. CHENEY & CO.. ToloAre" he ssld enlcmatlcnlly.a dangerous tcmporlrltiR offer for tiio yet over eyes as he struck out across Curo. mako blm n uu "Tt,u8 nritoinMit. School Taxes .now and save cost of mean shea "You-y- ou hK not Sj.nnU lowtMl breakfast tbo next do. Ohio. town after broadsword. Hut It was wlilch Mr King Wo, tho undersigned, havo known garnishee or lovy. Meet me or my counter. nt the conelualon nf lu upon person? 1 cau't bollete that, baron." in mornlne. Ho burst wea,M.n nt who atood behind tho Uttlo out P. J. Cnonoy for tlio last ii yenr, deputy at tho following places and became tho sMH.ir of the "Sbo has dangerous friends Hobbs ut Cook's. Truxton fJuMiod hotly mid Jerked nnd bellovo htm perfectly ltonorablo Is Olga IMutnnoya. Mr. tho world. She girl Binlled. "5ay Uobbs. how about tho castle In all business transactions, nnd fl pay your 1910 taxes and cave tho exbU bat Tho i.Rln." bo MM ImlWer Her jnotber was married. In this c!Q oxclnliued. "- Iho MI beR pardon." muiclnllv nblo to carry out any obit tra cost. tomorrow, sir' I'm looking for Mr. Spnulfc I- "- Hho Rations uutdo by his firm. Wnldlng, hi are lanvltiK Cayce Thursday Oct. 6. , n I.. ..( Will roil Willi. KJnman & Marvin, Wholesale Drug-glstTve clwnged my mum. Crutchfleld, Friday, Oct. 7. Toledo, O. somewindow. rtwuroltiR lh -turned to tho Then jou Imtc dtseoye.ed Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Intermil 1 wistful, prcoccuplwl ruio down tlio thing hi IelwelHH to Will bo In Fulton with all the nally, acting directly upon tho blood avenue. armorer. M, and mucous surfaces oi mo Byaioiu. books week commencing Monday, Clean that . iwrdon," ho anld iwlllelj. rlcht. "IleR Testimonials sont free. Prlco 75c. a Sept. 26, until Saturday, Oct. 1. wantetl to bnvo nnotber look nt tlm u "l uuii- " bit for me. and 1 II bottlo. Sold by all druggists. ""'" upn nun - it Huron OJ broadsword tbcro." ' rost Tako Hall's Family Pills for i:i.i .v. -- "Books at Hickman all other days HICKMAN, KENTUCKY she ID . noticed tlmt -Very qtilckly-- ho except thoso mentioned above. her gavvos to biuu t.o ay. Mr. "Spantz. tlfHlUtO .nl nl.n.l. It MlllMUlK withdrew tho on delivery. Goc,I t aupplo Rriicefulnei-h- o GOALDER JOHNSON, "fjooil day. Mr. King. MKKOTOIIH heavy wenpoti fPni tho window nml PAY YOUR CITY TAXES. Sheriff Fulton Co. you happen to know my do J.J.0.110NDUUANT .f mtnitAVAV laid It upon tho counter. cnll what you would "I am not-- not "snantz put bis baud over his heart The penalty is effective n,J.M.nu.,..AKnuMi8iKuT.A.i.KBron on expert," aho anld frankly. himself of a moat Ira Why September the first. ii. nrinV he nskwl, his ivhniid Notice. bo. "Wl our Uttlo cltj. "ho courngo fnlterltiR under tho cool. absolute safety with satisfactory service, and We combine wait until too late and oe n visitor comes to discovering consistent siiio. "we lose no tlnio In our trade. ofier our depositors the most liberal treatment forced to pay unnecessary All porsons indebted to mo on past "I do not know. My undo lint lottl It U a part of name. you. I am quite new nt the trnde. with sound banking. mo." costs? believe duo accounts and notes are requestI bopo you will excuwj my Ignorance. lr. UnDEPOSITS moment xr- call and otim i. iinrn in n himself as INTEREST PAID ONJTIME Until further notice pay ed tosatisfactorilysottle at onco. shall .. ... ...i.. ... n.iiti mi air f.U:B.m d Truxton King to toward tho adjusted, I less nne was turniiiB ".. ercd up tho street -- she taxes to Tom Dillon, Sr., at ask for Judgment without further notJ. A. THOMPSON. Cashier that convinced King of oue thing .mu UOHANAN.rrc.Ulentp llAMAQB. A..n hl.'r m 2o Cook's, was nt ins waa a person who In no Bense ice. C. O. SCHLHNKER, his office. "CS,T0n,?rcd.lheTho elbowS eye, .Uatenlng wiU cage, TDI 1YTAM KING "u ! PAINTS OILS Found Here. Joi l Story of ..GraustarK. J W fnrK'-MMi- lf l. 1 if t piwi yi Everything Required for a Building , numm it W. A. DODDS ! . 1H nw. I- lr -1- ee iuiui-vcntlo- n uiu-.uh.-- uu . i lto rure ... "" Jt SI lf tj . ti,,' fr a-- weo. -- ru tl't ""' .., .t..t -- "'' -slr, loko ruii-"bop.- " en-t..- 1 no-war- 1910 Taxes. "" wt. T bVl?Su Htit a, """?"'... Farmers and Merchants Bank iiu... i,l. "-- :,, ;.! V, I "j - o-- r. , bait took effect, Ue Jeoked up QUkK-- 1 '.'iwrfwWf'va. . BflnaaMPMnsLM wajpil tiMULSXAL- - HVJW&MiJ&Sl mammBS&B&s!E???2Ksa&iBmmuaEZtttt IfrHli btMM JfwV 54 n nmn jj.iiwninnitj.ii. C r'-- r - wr-ii.- T' wyii impssjui. nil nrip, imji4 K'SW ! I- - REAL ESTATE MILLIONAIRE IS OIL P JijiMMiJ vzmmtfom and INSURANCE -- AI SHAD Vlacennes, Ind., Oct 4. Menlo Moore shot and Instantly killed C. Edward Uibicn, a millionaire oil operator of Vlnoennes at the union staclock In the morning. tion ut Gibson was bound for the Bridgeport oil fields and had Just bought his ticket when fired upon by Moore. Five ahots were fired, all of' which entered Gibson's body. Moore took a train vast and was arrested at Washington. Qlbson Is alleged to have interfered Mrs in Mooie's domestic affairs. Moore is beautiful and a member of the well known Padgett family of Washington, Ind. Gibson's attentions to her causod Moore to become insanely Jealous, according to bis friends. Moore a Theatrical Man. Mooru Is owner and manager of throo theaters in Vlncennes and a circuit of theaters in Washington, Princeton and other places. Gibson caina from Pittsburg four or five years ago penniless and dlscov' erwd the Bridgeport oil fields near Vlncennes. He had become a millionaire and he lived lu a style his wealth made possible. He was 45 years old, and leaves a wifo and child. The shots Mere so accurate and so rapid that Gibson failed to turn around and it is not known whether he knew who shot him. After the shooting Moorn boarded the train as it was pulllug out and it Is presumed his lntentionns were to Join Mrs Mooro, who went to Washington the previous day to visit her parents. He first heard of the gossip concerning Mrs. Moore about a week ao and his friends say he has brooded over the matter until he was almost crazy. Slayer Apprehended In Washington. Washington, Ind., Oct 3. Menlo Washington, Ind., Oct 4. Menlo Moore was arrestod' hero for the murder of Charles Gibson of Vlnccnne. Mooro was oi the way to the homo of his father-in-law- , Arnold Padgett, when taken Into custody. Ho would make no statement Moore, who is 33 years old, is from a Mitchell family. He was not placed in Jail, but was kept at the Padgett home for several hours. The Door to 1 SEE B. Q. HALE Phone 166 jo Mengel Box Factory Through which 525 Men Pass Going: To and From Work riryATo WltUUIiWBWWWHWWWHjPaWIIJJIllMIMIlHliHIiM KIT IH i FOIO iWrtrt0 LOS ANGELES San Franciaco, Oct 4. The theory advanced by the Lea Angeles police that the explosives used to blow up the Times building wore purchased from the Olant Powder Works at Qlant, Cal., has been strengthened by the lnvesttcatlons conducted here. The strongest circumstances offered in corroboration is lu regard to tho dynamite found at the residence of P. J. Zeehandelaar iu Los Angeles which bore the label: "S0 per cont giant gelatine. Qlant, Powder Co., Giant Cal., Sept 20." Frank Rollar, superintendent of the Qlant Works, has Identified the dynamite by a description. He said: "The only SO per cent gelatine dynamite we have manufactured in peroral months was made nbout Septem ber 20 on an order from our San Fran Cisco office, to be delivered to the launch Peerless. "It was a special order for 500 pounds and was stamped with our label in the same manner as the dynamite found by the Los Angeles pollco was labeled. Three men carried on the transaction at our office in San Francisco." Bodlta Found Burled by Oebrle. Los Angeles, Cal., Oct 4. Pinned down by tons of twisted steel girders, a number of bodies were reported found by th workmen engaged in removing the debris from the basement of the wrecked Times building. The situation was found to be such that It was lmposslblo to make any progress in recovering the bodies, and a steel crane will bavo to be installed in order to lift the heavy material BANKERS AT LOS ANGELES away. It Is believed that further investi- American Association Begins Its Most Successful Meeting In the Southgation will bear out tho theory of S. ern California City. W. CrablU, foreman, of the composing room, who in escaping the morning Los Angeles, Cal., Oct 4. Tho thirty-sof the disaster, fell down the elevator annual convention of the shaft and got out only after having ixth been severely burned. CrablU said American Bankers' association began there were a number of bodies at the here today and it eclipsed all former bottom of the shaft as others besides conventions held by that. body. Spe cial trains have brought members himself had fallen into It from New York, Philadelphia, Gompera Discusses the Horror. Cincinnati, New Orleans and St "Gen. Otis, the owner of tho Los Aagelea Times, which was wrecked Louis. Yesterday was devoted to gen-orregistration for the association, by an explosion Saturday, has had his mind so warped in his fight trust company, savings bank and against labor that he Is mentally in- clearing house sections and the orcompetent on anything that touches ganization of secretaries, etc., and to labor," declared President Gompera of special meetings of committees. President Lewis F. Plerson of Now the American Federation of Labor, at a meeting of the Central Trades and York called tho convention proper to Labor Union. "Should a Jury of .ex- order this morning, and James N. perts decide that the building was Glllett, governor of California; George wrecked by an explosion of gases or Alexander, mayor of Los Angeles, chemicals, he would not accept their and W. H. Holllday, president of the finding. And it fa strange that the Los Angeles Clearing House associasuit case filled with dynamite and n tion delivered addresses of welcome. clock-wormechanism should be Reports of various committees were found near the home of Oea. Otis, but received and general business was not near enough to wreck it or de- transacted during the morning and stroy the Uvus of aay of the inmates theearly part of tho afternoon. Pracshould it have exploded. It is not an tical banking questions were dis unheard of thing when a man plans cussed unUl afternoon adjournment aa act and propares'a state of circum- In the evening there will be grand stances that leaves a trail of circum- reception and ball at the Sbrino audistantial evidence tending to faatentho torium. The next two days will be taken erfme on another person or sot of up by automobile trips and other persons." "I regret the accident more than amusements and one or two meetings The convention words oan tell," he continued. "I de- of the committees. plore, as d all InteresUd in the oausi proper will again convene Friday at of labor, the occurrence in Los An- the call of the president This sesgeles. But there is no reason to be- sion will be devoted to the choosing lieve that labor had any part in it I of the city to hold next year's condo not know what eaused the acci vention and to action on amendments to the constitution. dent" Chi-cagk jb concur Memphis, Tcnn., 1910. SiTTiX BZAZ minnoo I homo . "V I j II 1 1 M I fc 1LI MR. RENTER, Hickmnn, Ky. Door Sir : Did you ever stop and think I nr II nirRqii i ' r i I Ag ' It'- - I TMi nhi C4 ' ! p i j 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 ' j i i 1 ' I I i man? he reason you are so poor is because you give your money away as fast as you make Mzr m a it. Do you ever see a rich man giving money away? Do you The place where all the Farmers come to sell their Produce. a f f 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 giv- n ill ii ir 1 surmwzrttmram I' i i "TTr i i'i ., 1. ii i k ing money to the rent man, and J m i I wmm I 1 1 .. 1 II m 1. ! .. I 1 L WM4A trrerxr- - every time money leaves your hand it is being given in exchange for a home, wont you own this home entirely after J 4 It. It t. M tt . I fc awhile? Well then, why in thunder ' IS '' b?3 . "' B5 A don't you wake up and quit being 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. "- - rGr''a-- The Heart and Center of the Commercial Activity of Hickman. I Wisconsin Congregational Meeting. Frankfort, Ky., Oct 4. CongressRhlnelander. Wis., Oct 4. T.he Wisman Ollle James has announcod bis consin Congregational association be candidacy for the United States sen gan its 72nd annual meoting in this &to to succeed Thomas H. Paynter. city today with a bnslness session, after which addressee wore made by Rev. A. O. Stevens of Elkhorn, Rev. 1 W. C. A. Waller of Sturgeon Bay and Xj33V.-7-:others An elaborate program covering threw days has teen prepared, ciuslng with a banquet of the Wisconsin Congregational Brotherhood. -- ATFiremen Fall Two Floors. X z Louisville, Ky., Oct t.Fire fl hf wholesale whisky house Bradley & Parliam's of Brown, Forman & Co., entailing a iv.Bb miunuicd at $50,000. Several firemen wero on tho roof of the buildBasket leaves every ing when It dropped two floors, but Tuesday afternoon only one of them was hurt e LOTS ONLY $200 TO I LAUNDRY $300 VERY EASY TERMS. WILL BE WORTH $2,000 EACH IN FIVE YEARS Mrs. Mary Ellen Nlcholsl aged SI died Wednesday night at hor homo four mllos north of Fulton. Sho was tho beloved wife of H. N. Nichols, 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTVVVVVTTTVT and tho Becond born in tho family of WHY NOT TRY 7 David Browder, who was one of tho Popham's I pioneer settlers of Fulton county. ASTHMA RBMEDY Gives prompt and positive relief 1b Tlhoro wero eleven children bora In every case. Sold by The Hickthat family and now only three re man Drag Co, price $1. Trial main, Esq. R, A. Browder, Ed Browpackage by mall, 10c. Williams Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland. der and Mrs. Rachel A. Hamilton, of Best Work ". Lowest Prices f 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 Texas. J i ; ; ; : : Mtirt 30 DAYS SPECIAL SALE ON : : : : ; : : : ' : ; : Sewing Machines $3.00 Cash and $1.00 per Week Will buy the best Sewing Machine in the world at : : : ; : ; : : : . : : : : : : ; ; : ; ; ; ; : : : : ; ; : ; ; HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Next door to Post Offica. : : : : : : warda tho front ranks of tholr chos-o- n calllnfts. Tlioy arn glad to boo It; nnd would Infinitely raUior eeo It that way Umn to soo young men wast ing Uiolr Umo and onorglca In frlv olous pursuits, or ovon worso forma of conduct Wo may truthfully nay, that It given grout pain to thoughtful peoplo who boo our young mon, having good natural endowments of bodily hoalth and strength nnd mental ablllUca capablo of high attain-iiK-nnnd wiUi amplo opportunities for roachlng Uiora, yet bco Uiem al lowing tho clear and sunny days of goldon opportunlUcs to pa8 by un Improved and neglected. Tho mind U liko Uiat rcsUess realm of roll and roar tho sea Uiat must movo somo way. So If not occupied with lauda- bio employment it will do Uiat which Is worse, If not absolutely ruinous not intenUonally, but UiougbUcssly, perhaps, but nono Uio low hurtfully. Tho law of conduct Is as Inexorablo as other kiws; and tho penalUes of Mleiiww, iilcct, pervoraenoss and crimo will as certainly ovortako the offender aa other penalUes of nature. Although Ui most blessed lot of woman Is that of a hnppy wifo and iiioUir, thero bt no reason wily a e woman iJiouUl grow cross nnd crabbed ami snarled and wrinkled; a single woman. If lovely and iovnblo In diameter, may always find some-ibln- g about whlrh her affection may entwine, and as for using her surplus onorgy, thore Is plenty of work In tho world for Uioso qunllfled to do It, In Uieee days, wiUi the numerous of work open to women, It la not necsnry for a slnglo woman to grow old as a drudgo In her sister's family with a compensation of board clothing ns was formerly and onst-of-f tho oase. She can now tako care of herself, and bo as well dressed and as highly respected as her married sin-Klav-anu- L RUSSEL JOHNSON, Hickman, Ky. Dear Sir : If you find any of the people who do not believe a business cyclone is going to hit Hickman, tell them they had better dig a storm cellar, as Richmond I MMMMMMiiftrtrtl rj-l-'oI I . I I Tin rye Uiat chill m with arorUxl kUhoh ' (cunrr's (irefe Would look UKin ma as of you re. perchance, fiLt-hAnd iofti In the old familiar wwy fc il & fcrfWfcJ !.! For who could war wHb dumb, un- eone(&wi dayaT I Should Die Tonlgth. If to I mIaIii rant, forxlvari all toHlfiht "Ob, frtWHtal 1 inwy tonlHbt, lit following poetn, the. author ua- I Kat wt yeur kbww for my dad, mu to u, III to Muwl beatd eold brow I iiomw, H wool Home." Iluw xqut Uiem wy hi kixd,y let iu - Th i; the leucine ami uml of winow. aytupatby tuul loo wt forUt. It Mil .. xy enough to thluk Id wily of TMnk iwRtly of m, I am travol'worn a- - .(l.u when Uioy tuii beuw My fHrlHg feat are iUrad with , u in 1'aradUe, but wo widow np-Many a, Uioru. , uute their love and forgive their FoTMire, Ob. bearU tranBed, for- --xt souihig when lhy Maud by I lwull Kiv ar side, balUlug with 111 nHlBbUewl Whn dreawlww ret U nilna I Bbnll -- aj unupuUona oC this world; not tMHxl I long to-The tndarHa for "Jf 1 fchould die toulaR n4jLM i, frwailn would look upwa my fjuWt loco, ururu Utuy laid il la H final rwV Dos't iBMuiao beeaoae UiIrrb art Ids place, coming your way In larg g mI duu that dmUt bad left It al- - mi IMUkanwi tbal othara are not oxoor-Iwoinuiuil talr Uio sitno trouble. There nro a VimI laying snow wMU flow alwnya plenty of otlmra lit the same Euluat tuy hair, boat and aonwtlmoa Uiulr boat ban Muuid muooUt It down wRU eerful more bolw In It Uiat Uio one you oo tandernoMi, py. Kwp a brave bart and rtrug- Ami fold uty Un.U wW. IhijurtnK l)lt on with determination and hope at oasa reaeldng Uh eiliwu of all uudertak-Inim- . i'uor bands! 1.0 ottfply and to sold lontght. Our Young Men. "if 1 should dki twilBfcl Ww wtbjjta of anxlou Ahmmh; il; frlnds would call U atfrnl wfU OKKmbt wiMt eWirly peoplo is Uiat loving thought and oonipe. hiimj kindly deed Uie Ity hand bad of the future tMKiy of our young men to step Into wrought; power soon to xjoh rmiiUo vord the frown Iftm bad Um pkuxM of trust and be vacnUid by thoo who now hold wild, white beads and Krnutds on whlon the wttHnE fet Omm, but whoM looping forma oJearly Indicate the bad aped. un of theb? Uvea. The memory of my wlflabnewi and near hUIhk of the jeoplo of Intalllgonoe and Htderly prido, would all bo put umteMHh. barU always rejoice to o Mr Itfuty word oir young men making wise and ti aaldo. efforUi to aocuro merited mourn AimI bo I ahould bo loved and In any legitimate lino of bualod tonight. b a mlatako to suppose Uiat It "If I should die tonight peo- Hi heart entranced would turn old people aro Jealous of oung push and energy nnu tile who have onco nioro to ma. art making leglUmate headway todialling other dnya remorsefully; & Bond Co.'s Business Subdivision is going to start something which will keep on on going of its own accord. You can't stop progress when it gets started, and it has marked Hickman for one of its own and is going to make a city out of it. If anyone wants to live in the country tell them to move to Samburg. There will be street cars in Hickman within five years. Yours very truly, i Hi I ! t I G. B. BOND. fl . slater . u : i Final Settlement. All parties Indobtod to tho estate of Mrs. E. A. Scat, aro noUflod to pay mo prompUy. Those having claims will fllo Uiem with mo at Cnitoliflold, Ky., or W. A. Naylor. county Judge, Hlokman, Ky., properly proven as required by law by Oct. IB, 1910, or bo forever barred. 11. N. SHAT, Admr. bI J h Elected Officers, seen . New Show Booked, Ono of tho funniest entertainments In this vicinity in many a day At Th Lyric, wMtl-boln- Will Uoberta, a well known olUzon Tho following officers wero elected of the Crutohfleld vicinity died lost last week ut Fulton at tho morning. Thursday of tho Second Kentucky Brlgado, U. The now style of misses hair dress- C. V. ing makes a girl's head look like a W. J. Stone, Kuttawa, Brlgado ball of binder twine. Commander. Walter Cnfford was fine JG last First Regiment. week by Judge Uug for falling to II. S. Hale, Mayfleld, colonel. obey a summons to apiear before the W. A Shuck, Jordan, LlouU-Co- l. grand Jury. John Davis, Uardwell, Major. Tom Goorgo, Mayfleld, Major. Don't delay any longer If you want Mulberry posts. Let us know now Second Regiment bow many jou will need. At J. W. Holllngsworth, rrlncoton Col. Hay-den- . ftah dook. Hurry. Fred 11. F. Harris, Llcut.-Co- l. 2l Mr. Trumbo, Major. Goorgo McElroy. Major. Hryan has bolted and Itooaovolt has started a now party. We'll have a A. commltteo was appointed to se.. .. lect tho place of mcoUng next year. mixup lor iruo m u.u tlal campaign. n 'a Is scheduled to bo presented by the Daughters of tho Confederacy at Uio Lyric, Friday night, Nov. 4. It is called "Eth'opla" and represents tho scenes of early days of Southern Plantation life, brought up to date. Tho entertainment Is furnished unDec 10, 1910. der Uio management of Mr. and Mrs. Tho Lost Trail, Jan. 7, 1911. Blanches- J. Bassctt Wlllard, of Uio The Widow Perkins, Feb. 6, 1911. ter. Ohio, Entertainment Bureau, and Cost Aside, March 3, 1911. under Uio direcUon of O. A. Parker, ono of their very best conductors who will attend to all of Uio coaching Now subscrlpUons aro pouring In. ami play ono of Uio leading comedy As Told In tho Hills, Oct. 21, 1010. Tempest and Sunshine, Nov. 10. Tho FlghUng Parson, Dec. , 1010. Ishmaol, dramatized by Alice E. Ives from Mrs. Southworth's novel of Uio samo name, Doc. 14, 1910. St. Elmo, by Catherine Hadley & Co., Lofflngwell'B copyrighted vorslon parts. Nobody la excited becauso the Sen atorial Commltteo stands two against two for calling a convcnUon or a primary now or later. Tho peoplo aro on. Thoy have heard tho old cry of "Wolf I Wolfc!" until they nro sick of It. Tho grafters will havo to put up a now scnemo If thoy want Uio peoplo of this county to fly at each other's 'throats ag.aln. Certain and nowspapor men aro all who will get anything out of It. Tho peoplo know thoy will got tho 'hook as usual, If Uiey aro drawn into It. Down wiUi facUons. Down wiUi Uio poll-tloln- Good Bhower Monday and Tuesaay. E. E. Beoves and wifo motored to New Madrid, Sunday. Cypress Shingles, $1 a thousand mill. Yatea & Kirk Shingle Co. W. A. Dodds and wlfo went to St. IuIs Friday night for a abort stay. Atty. A. M. Tyler and family havo moved back to Hickman from Now-berTcnn. Koyol Arcli Masons of Hickman n, at I I i Fall Specials.... I IN FINE Wo'ro going to bo tho first to say 80 dnys 'Ul Christmas. it this time only are rvV i talking or organizing this placo. a chapter at 1 FOOTWEAR FOR MEN. WOMEN I 1 1 AND BOYS II I k II 1. ', IIW A IliB&tv A V V& Pntonr. Gun Metal. Vici, Box T- o. J Call, Vclour, utn, iussm mm All styles button Cravcncttc. and lace. Honest values at hon- - "..... II mi vA 'X L . COME ."' i mL yffSSK . AND rf O Iff J SEE W I Millet & Alexander J ICTIImTtTW Alox. Barnes has boUi of his hands Tho Bulah Baptist AssoclaUon, poisoned by poison oak, and is unwhich mot at Martin last week, deuse them. able to grafters. cided Uiat tho mooting In 1911 will you failed to read our now story If bo held with DaUd's Chapel church, read Twinkle, twinklo, Inst week, hunt Uio papor and near IUckman. Elder G. L. Ellis was Prlco of beef, It You wont want to miss a lino or elected to preach tho annual sermon. You'vo scooted up It now. Beyond belief. Tho man who deliberately shirks III In tho matter of build his obligations As high you are, ing Uio West Hickman levee, is, in Or will bo, soon, deed, a small fry. As when Uio o'er Uio moon. Atty. W. II. Fittshugh was horo from Charleston Saturday, taking dep His Hogshlp, too, osltlons in Uio Gilchrist tlmbor caso For Uioso who buy, d In Mississippi county. Is llko a In Uio sty. Nearly every farmer with whom ono speaks roparding Uio prcsontcrop And as for eggs. out look will unhositnUngly express Goo I To tell llll bis opinion Uiat Uiero will bo a Tho truUi, Uio cost bumper corn crop, In ract uio i On us Is? (l'z!-- ) poets aro hotter than Uioy havo boon for a number of years and Uio farmers nnd Uio town peopto aro right A Dorcna scribe gushes forth thus fully Jubilant over Jt. ly: Cotton pliklng Umo Is near, corn JUDGE WISE. very remote. Pecans A warrant has been sworn oui m ahuckimr Is not Business Philosopher. sides Graves county against C. ii. Horney, aro beginning to fall. Tho lank leading clUzons and mer- of Uio porkers nro taking on round ono of tho crop of alfalfa has Somo folks mako their Golden chants of Boaz, charging him with ness. Tho fifUi "Ad-hor- o specific chargo Is Uiat boon housed. Abundant provisions Rulo of rubber, sayB Uio Judge. maiming. Tho Is hero. Religious Uio Btralght path of righteousto ho throw a rock at II. H. 'iems, a for man and beast evening stillness ness; It Is easy If your prescripUons secUon foreman at Boaz, and struck airs float out on Uio glvo placo to aro flllod by Uio Hickman Drug Co. him on Uio ear, cutUng Uio ear off. now. Anon Uioso will o grudgo was Uio Uio lively tweak of Uio flddlo. Mean-whllIt seoms that an old merry as a marriago boll. all Is cause of tho troublo. Mrst J. II. Allen, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. Bland, returned to her homo In Robinson, Ills., Saturday. Mrs. Bland accompanied her as far as Union City. &mfmmsssgzm cow-Jump- dla-Mon- I wjms&00m y(n 'i r.r.1 4tf." f'L'-- i .' hi frAY1 W- rav-gr- vm&HuajffiJ i di gfrlafflfWfrfl Wn mn r' irTfr.- V'rtU. J WWvW Buy Ice Coupon Books AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL No ice will be charged. The drivers will cither collect cash or coupons. Don't expect them to credit you, for they will he charged with each book, and will have to account for the ice they take out for de livery. 5 Is Jj3 Thi3 rule will not apply to soda fountains, butch- er shops, fish docks and other large users of ice, as their accounts will be on Hie at our office. Jl Hickman Ice & Coal Co. (INCORPORATED.) O". T. PIT tX iQU, 3VXAXxnfcox. g; m :H Service and Safety s i We offer you a complete banking service and provide absolute safety for your funds. We want your banking business, and whether your account be large or small, we will extend every consistent banking accommodation and will protect your interests with the same care and fidelity that we apply to our own. It is our 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 scope of a modern banking institution Come in and see us when we can be of set vice to you. rim LirmasmLiKQ aooEna; mid; Capital and Surplus, INTEREST R. T. TYLEK, you uiay 6co I bo Unit turret ever built on the wnll. It Is over 400 years aid. On the right we liave- ""See here, Hobbs." said Klug, stopping nhort, 'Tin dashed If I'll lot iou d lecture me as It I Mere n gang of from Josbvllle." "Very Rood. nlr. No offense. I quits forgot, sir." "Just tell me. old chap. Don't lecture. Hobbs. thin Is nil very beautiful uud very gruud and very slow." wild King, stopping to Wau against tlio moss covered wait that encircled the park wlthlu a park, the grounds adjoining tho grotto. "Can't I hop over this wall and tako a peep Into tho grotto?" "By no iueans!"crlcd Hobbs, horrified. King looked over tho low wall. Tho prospect was alluring. The pool, tho trickling rivulets, the mossy banks, tho dense shadows It was tnnddenlng to g& think he eouid not enter. "I wouldn't bo In there a minute," be argucfi. "And I might catch a glimpse of a dream lady. Now, I say. Hobbs, hero's a low place. 1 could Jump- ""Mr. King. If you do that I am ruined forever. I nm trusted by the steward. lie would cut off all uiy privileges" Hobbs could go no further. Ho was prematurely aghast. Something told him that Mr. Kins would bop over the wall. "Go and report me. Hobbs; there's a good fellow. Tell tho guards I wouldn't obey That will let you out, ray and I'll do the rest." He strode off across the bright green turf toward tho source of nl this enchantment, leaving poor Mr. Hobbs braced against tho wall, weak kneed aud helpless. "What are you doing In here'r" demanded u voice. 'fruxton, conscious of guilt, whirled with as much consternation as If he had been accosted by a volco of thunder. He beheld n very small boy standing at the top of the knoll above him. not thirty feet away. His face was quite as dirty as any small boy's should bo at that time of day, and his curly browu hair looked as If It bad not been combed since tho day beforo. His tlrm little legs. In. half hose and presumably were white kulrkcrs, spread apart, and his hands wero in his pockets. King recognized him at once and looked about uneasily for the attendants who. he knew, should be near. It Is safo to say that be came to his feet and bowed deeply, even In humility. "1 nm resting, your highness." he hay-see- Is my Auut I.oralne. Mr. Mr.- 1- Ho swallowed hard aud looked lielplw). "King." supplied Truxton-Trux- ton King, your highness." Then, with all tho courage bo could produce, he snld to the beautiful lady: "fin a guilty as he. Seel" Ue poluted ruefully to four " Hair falllna out? Troubled with dandruff? Does not Color the Hair Want more hair? An elegant drcMln Qulnln. Alcoliol. AYER'S HAIR VIGOR ') inrCtltCIUS. Wc believe doctor Sulphur. L.jtum. Cilvcrrln. cr. Vtrr. Sodium ChlarM. IVrtudM. endorse tliU formula, or wc wouU not wt ft up Does not Color the Hair loll J C AYERS HAIR VIGOR Attn CVurtNT m HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS KhTAltl.lHIIKH TOM DILLON, Sr (Hurontor to lid Prop. II. (). llniuiiiBUC, ilrcvatMl) Marble and Granite Monuments Jb"bbbbi ) IK!1 lflssV CURBING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky f -- Js i ly, "ixixT too kmjw ant rirrrrn than to otruE i.H jiEitar goldllsh which he had Ktrung upon wire grass and dropped iBto tho edge of the pool. 'TIeneput those poor lltllo tblngn bark In the ool, Mr. King." fold the lad lu iwrfeet Hngllsh. "(Jladly. with tho prince's iHrml- siou." said King, also lu Knglloh The prince looked glum, but lnttrMnwd no Imperial objection. It must le confessed that King's composure was sorely disturbed He glanced up to find her studying hlm.i plainly perplexed. "I Just wandered In here.' ho ttfgan me guiltily. The prince capturt-down there by the Wg tree." "Did you wiy yoar uawe I Truxton KlugT" she nuked somewhat skepticald (r Sprinkling Rates FOR 1010 The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May 1st and ending November 1st, 1010, in residence section, is 50 foot front and under 8c for each additional foot. ... $6 $6 ly "Yes, yourytw, ma'am." he replied, "of New Yerk." King? "Your father Is Mr. UMerw Are you the brother of Adrle Klngf hbe Business house rate, each door This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. uild meekly. nkcd. $65, 000.00 ON PAID TIME DEPOSITS Preit. V. C. REED. Caihlcr JOHN PVLE. Ai't C.taltr --& : 'V J. 'VWfc'W vw-v (INCORPORATED) A. COTTON & CO. i t t f Plumbers t t Phone Tinners WORK IN BOTH BRANCHES EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY t t t t es Hickman, Kv. V J. sV Gash Book Store Splendid Selection '' t v5 New Books Stationery KELLY SMITH Jittorneyat'Laiv Clinton, Kentucky Post Cards, Notions, etc. Call and flee Our Stock Onfttnlh of M fees to ChrlstUnlty. Kverythlng WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. Have you neglected your kidneys T Have you overworked your nervous system and caused trouble with your kidneys and bladder? Have you pain In loins, side, back, groins and blad der? Have you a flabby anDearanco of the face, especially under the eyes Too frequent a desire to pass urine? IX so, Williams' Kidney Pills will cure you Hickman Drug Co., Price 60c Mary Berendes & Co. Your grocery order will receive prompt attention If telephoned to Detterswortb & Prather. Both phone. Anything you want that we haven't In Furniture we will be glad to order It for yon. Hickman Furniture tot Cowpaay. A HlHMaVBHPPiMW - Jxicrer -- (..f- Read "Tnutea King. 3 I i come In hero? demanded the prince. brother In South Truxton turned very red. "I am sorry. I'll go at once." America."" "Oh, I'm not going to put you outP She was regarding him wltb root, hastily exclaimed the prince, coming speculative iulertnt. j"l wontler If jm; down the slope. "Hut you are old aro heV Incorporated enough to know better. You nre the "I think I nm," be Mid. but doubtgentleman who picked up my crop fully. "L'leasc pardeu my ntMHientwit. yesterday. You nre uu'Amerlcan." Perhaps I'm dreaming. At nuy rale. "Yen, a lonely American." with an I'm dnzed.". attempt at the pathetic. "We were In the convent ttsjetler The youngster looked cautiously two years. Now that I oWerve yu about. "Say. do you ever go Ashing?" closely you do rosemWe her We wre Our Stock is Complete and bo demanded eagerly. very good frloods. she ami I." "Occasionally." you'll Intercede for iner" Im "Tbon "You won't give mo away, will your" urged, with a fervent glance In the with a warning frown. "Ixjo't ou direction of the wall. tell Jacob Prnasch. lit,' the steward. She smiled Joyously. I I know a One place to tlsh ' "More than that." she said. "I shall Millionaire Canned Goods The prince led the way up the bans, assist you to escape. Comer followed by the nrauwd American, Ho followed her through the shrubHcinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products who stooped so admirably that tho lxy. bery, bis heart pounding violently "Say!" whispered the prince a few looking back, whUjKred that It was Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas "Just fine." At the top of the knoll moment later, dropping back as If t Impart a grave secret "See that man the prince turned Into n little shrub CnllonerTrleplMHi im tim In nri of riHOCKIUHH, KHHHII XKATh lined path leading down to tho banks over there by tho fountain. Sir. Klngf or FKKIWTUrTM. "BobbyP cried tho lady sharply of the pool almost dlrcatly below tho 3 Deliveries Telephone 6 "Goodby, Mr. King. Hcmemhcr roe to rocky face of the grotto The prlur-- scurried behind a big your sister when you write She" rock and reappeared at once with s That's Aunt Lornlne's bean." anwillow branch from the eml f which dangled a piece of thread. A bent pla nounced tho prince. "Thai n Count occupied the chief end In view. Ho Eric Vos Engo." Truxton's look turnrd unceremoniously shoved the branch to one of Interest at once The mun (lesiguatcti was a Into the bands of his confederate and slight, swarthy then produced from one of hU pockets fellow In the uniu ailver cigarette box, which he gin form if n colonel gerly opened to reveal to the gaze a Ho did tint appear conglomerate mass of angleworms nnd to Im partii ulnrly grubs. happ at the mo"A fellow gets awful dirty digging ment for worms, doesn't hcT" he ronounccd. The Amerb an obThe prince took the branch nnd ginserved the lady s gerly dropped tho hook Into the dancdainty earn 1 hey ing pool. In less time than It requires had turned a dell I desire to inform my friends that I am now sole to tell It he bad a nibble, n bite and cato pink n catch. There never was n lmy so exproprietor of the Coal business which formerly be"M ay I ask cited as be when u scarlet ulbbler flew longed to the Hickman Ice & Coal Co., and am now w h o"- bvgn n Into the shrubbery above. Truxton timidly prepared to give you the best of service in this line. On the opposite bank of tho pool "She wl'l know I am now selling genuine suddenly appeared two rigid members If you merely call of the royal guard, Intently watching me !nnilne" the fishers. King was somen hat disThey parted turbed by the fact that their rifles company nt once, wero In a powltlon to be used at an In- "sns will k.now ir tho prince nnd the stant's notice. He felt hlmxolf turning in ho rajah JJESS-0- " pale as be thought of what might silk going toward have happened If ho had taken to the castle, King toward tho gates, flight. somewhat dazed and by no means sure A young lady In a rajah silk gown, a of bis senses. 4-9- 0 flimsy panumu bat tMted well over her Continued next week nose, with a red feather that stood erect as If always In n state of surIf tho child starts in Its sloop, prise, turned the bushes and came to a My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. stop almost at Kind's elbow. He bad grinds Its tooth whllo sleeping, picks Phone No. tlrjo to note In his confusion that nbo nt tho nose, has a bad breath, flcklo was about shoulder high nlongxlde him oppetlto, palo comploxlon, nnd dark rings under tho eyes; It has worms, and that she was staring up Into his and aa long as thoy remain In tho Your orders appreciated, whether large or small. face with amazed gray eyes. After- intestines, that child will bo sickly. ward ho was to realize that she was White's CREAM VERMIKUQK clears nmazliigly pretty; that her teeth wero out tho worms, strengthens tho Btom-ne- b very white nnd een; that her eyes and bowols and puts Uio llttlo were the most benutlful and cxprexslvo ono on tho road to health and cheerhe had ever seen, that she was slender fulness. Prlco 2Cc per bottlo. Sold and Imperious aud that there wero by Hickman Drug Co. dimples In her checks so fascinating FOR SALE: 2 flno young Uoars that bo could not gather milllrlent strength of purpose to withdraw bin and 2 flno young buck snoop. M. A. gaze from them. Of course be did not McDANIEL. 3p sec them at the outset. 8ho wits not smiling, so how could he? When the chest fools on flro and Tho prince came toJlio rescue. Thin tho throat burns, you have Indigestion, and you need HERIilNE to got Our mill Is running every day. rid of tho disagreeable fooling. It If there Is a blue mark on your Tho Hickman Fur. Co. will sur You will not be disappointed If you drrves ont badly digested food, puri- Courier dout fail to renew this month prise you In tho matter of low prices fies tho bowels and strength ens tho as all papers are come to our mill for shingles. Yates ainmorth discontinued at the and good goods. Don't take our word TAs OaI Ill HwwniMii Tlf4sA uvw uum !. vj av;.- - 1 expiration & Kirk Bhlagla Ce. i jsau Dm ef Una Use, but ooaae and see for yourself. Co. "Itoa't iou know any better than to "I am." I've henrd bar speak f ! Tnixten. She aW you were HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. v tt I ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Ledford & Randle 17 fit Notice A TON 48 nH Pittsburg Coal A. A. FARIS Try the Courier's Want CoIumnlc per word ; 'iva 1 j ir' mmssmammmsiwmmsissswM P HEM mm TMEE5E THE MIDNIGHT SON DOCTOR ADVISED 1i 1 When In seed of flro aeo Ascher Kennedy. Insurance, Cc aVTTTk SSlEffiflA in flutihf tiYafln lutiiVF x',rS&w i ' a dozen SPECIAL OFFER: Post cards, Helm & Ellison. (Announcement of Interest... On last Saturday, October the first, the HICKMAN BANK added n Savings Department to their regular banking business, and are paying interest on all Savings and Time deposits. AH interest will be compounded or paid EVERY FOUR MONTHS, at 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 oldest bank in Fulton County, ns vcll as one of the oldest in Western Kentucky. On their past record of liberally conservative bnnking methods, together with the ADDIR Hickman Furniture Co., for undertakers poods. Our 20o coffeo la a It Dcltorsworth &. headquart-on- - OPERATION Cured by LydiaE.Pjnkbanfs Vegetable Compound Galena, Kuns.-"- A year ago last March I foil, ami n few daya after there was sorene-,- in my right side. In a short tlun a bunch camoand It bothered mo so much at night I could not sleep. It Kept crowing larger and by fall it was as large as a heu's egg. I could not go to bed without a hot water bottlo applied to that side. I had ono of the best doc- l world-beater-tr- y it Prather. Eld 8 It Loguo, of Dyor, Tenn., will preach at Mt. Hermoii not Sunday Everybody Invited. Herbert Bradley and Miss Vera Lawrence wore married at Columbus last week All proscriptions taken to Helm & Ellison's aro filled by. "Clint" Ellison nobody else. ? t I ont wait. Paint your house. sell the best paint on tho market W. A. DODDS. I Ilcmombcr wo have moved tempo' rniily Into the Harry building. Hlok-ma' Plumbing & Tinning. Ilewaro of substitutes see that our trade mark Is on your plumbing und tinning Jobs. John Cotton. Win - Somewhat Expensive. A GOOD REASON. TIONAL security of over $120,000.00, Capital, Surplus and Stockholders liability, this bank invites your banking business, assuring you the same courteous treatment and careful consideration of your interest which fcas been their custom in the past. R. T. TYLER, Prcst. Itarncii orders tho Courier to bsen lo his daughter. Miss RuUi "I want somo cloth to mnko my dolly Harm who Is vtottlin; rotatlvea at a dress," announced a llttlo girl of Marlon Ills seen as she entered tho store tho Richmond & Iloml Co. havo bejn other day. "How much la it?" alio asked when dynamiting the old engine and boilor foundations on Uiolr lots in West the merchant handed hor tho package. "Just ono kiss," was Uio reply. Hlokman during tho past week. "AH right," she said, "Grandma Warren's Paint tho heaviest; cov- said sho would pay you when alio ers more surface the best paint sold oame In tomorrow." In Hickman. W. A. Oodds. -- Hickman People Can Tell You Why It Is So. The Iulion Trlbuno says tho Infant child of Mr and Mrs. James Stono, who live near Heelorton, died Tues day night and was buried Wednesday R. A. M. Elects. W. C. REED, Cashier JNO. PYLE, Ass't Cashier 0$S Just a Greed. and plonty of It believe in olrcusos (Uio ono ring kind), and I want Uia aval (liv steam cnllopo. I bollovo In grandmother bscwuw Uiwjr mako liulo Iwyu happy. I bellovo In lltUo boys because fivckta aro symbols of tho sunny sido. 1 bollovo In lltUo girls from 2 to 76 thoy aro all too good for us but Uiey never find It out. I bollovo In IovIiik beeauw It's tho easiest way between th aradlq and Uio gmvo. I bollovo in playing 34 hours n day, and confining work and worry to the Umo Uiat la loft over I bollovo In widows bocnuso thoy use up tho wood crop. i bollovo In plo 1 I bollovo In gossiping Rood qualities. I about folks' a mnn'a heart to run over. bollovo In prayor. becauso when Is full of Joy It ought nnt PAY US A FAIR PRICE I bollovo In dolls especially for girls becauso motherhood Is the hoi' lent Uilng In tho world. I lolle In floworo becauso Uiey grow out of Uie dual of graves. 1 belle o In prunes, becauso thoy stand In noblo oppislUon to tho of strawberries. I bollovo In fun becauBo la keeps a personal pronoun from busting Its hoops. I bellovo In farlea because It la oo uiy and ro lively to know thorn. I bolloo In plumbers, becauso I think Provldonco la to eventually reform them. 1 believe In borne traders, for tlwy understand human nature. I bollovo In sand, not tho kind that gets In tho gear-bobut tho kind Uint can sprinkle Uirough your tos. I bollovo In money, bocauso you can buy red lomouado wiUi It I bollovo In poets, because thoy are hungry. I bollovo in books becauso thoy do not violato your confidences. I bollovo In comradcahlp becauoo It payB such big dividends on tho Inoris-toorno- y At regualr communication of Calvert Chnptor, No. 80, It. A. M., on In pleading the Hurton murder case 4Ui Wodnondny of Soptombor, 1910, last week, Commonwealth Attorney It the following officers worro elected: L Smith stated to the Jury that 20 men had died In Fulton county, and II C. Arrington. Hlght Priest W E Jones, King. not a conviction had followed. J. II. Joiiee, Scribe. I) F Meyers. Jones Cafo bakor I.on Brown, Secy. ono of Uio beat In the state loft SunJno. T. LltUo. Treasurer. day night for St Louis to visit relaJ. J. Flatt, Capt Host. tives and frionds. Tills Is his find, A. A. Klmbro, Prlnolnal Sou. trip to his old homo in six years. Neely Hoodenpyle, It. A. C. W. II. Ilrown, Mostor 3d Vail. We are glad to learn tliat our S. A. Luton, Master 2d Vail. good friend. II C. Barrett and famEd Fllppln, Mastor 1st Vail. ily will move back to Hickman from Harvey Morrfc, Steward and Tyler. Dawson, Ga., In a few dayB. Thoy all como back and are always welcome. Coll at tho Hickman Furniture Co. D. Ezell.o of Troy, Tenn., was In for anything you want In furniture. tills city Saturday. Mr. Hzollo to move to a farm below town Most of us can say, without stop this or uoxt week. Ho Is Uio father ping to look, Uiat wo aro not carry- of J. M. Btolle, Uio popular butcher Ing around nny of tho now bogus ten' OUIo Jam os will speak at Clinton, nt Htllrion llros dollar bills. Oct. Sth. During the auto rnoes In New York Saturday, four men wero killed and twenty-thre- e Injured. One fool ran his car at Uio rate of 73 "A miles an hour. Tho nuto comos a llttlo high at Umoa but we'o got to havo 'em. W-sI- at oomot.-ry- . ls Dam's Kidney PUls euro Uio cause of disease, and Uiat is why Uio cures are always lasUng. This remedy strengthens and tones up Uio kidneys, helping thetn to drive out of ho body Uio liquid poisons that aro tho cause of backache, hcadacho and dlstreHsing' kidney nnd urinary complaints. Hickman pcoplo tesUfy to permanent cures. A. P. Overby, of Hickman, Ky., sayB "For two or three months I was troubled by disordered kidneys. I had dull palnB In tho small of my back and whonover I stooped or lifted, sharp twinges caused mo much misery. At night Uio acho in ray back greatly disturbed my rest and I arose In tho morning feeling tired and languid. Nonous spoils bothered me and Uio sediment in the kidney Becrotions proved Uiat my kidneys needed attonUon. Learning of Dean's Kidney Pills, I procured a box nt Helm & Ellison's Drug Store nnd In three days they relieved mo. It required but one-hal- f tho contents of Uio box to effect a comploto cure. I am glad to say that this cure has been permanent and I, therefore, havo no hesitation in allowing jou to puhllsh my statement" For sale by all dealers. Price COc. Foster-MllburCo. Buffalo, N. Y., solo agents for Uio United States. Remember Uio name Doan's and take no other. n that I would have to bo operated on as it was something liko a tumor caused by a rupture. I wroto to you for advice nnd you told me not to get discouraged but to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I did take it and soon tho lump in my Mrs. sido broke and passed nwny." It It IIuky, 713 Mineral Ave., Galena, Kans. d, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgelablo mado from roots and herbs, Iras proved to bo tho most successful remedy for curing tho worst forms of female ills, Including displacements, inflammation, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, feeling, flatulency, indigestion, and nurvou" prostration It costs but a trlllo to try it, and tho result has been worth millions to many suffering women. Cora-pounboar-ing-do- tors in Kansas and he told my husband t If you want special ail vice write forittoMrs.IMnkliniii.Lynn.Mn.s''. Ik f rco and always helpful. AlUiough agriculture Is tho main occupaUon of Haytl, neither plown nor spades aro used For 100 yira or more the ground has been tilled by scratching the surfaco soil wltr knlfo. i i i Tickling In the throat, hoarseness, loss of volco. Indicate Uio need of BALLARD'S HOREIIOUND SYRUP. It eases Uio lungs, quiets Uio cough and restores health in tho bronchial tubes. Prico, 25c, COc and $1 perbot-Uo- . Sold by Hickman Drug Co. IB An exchange calls attention to tho fact Uiat a pair of rubber boots Uio United States costs 15 cent; Inside, by reason of tho tariff, $4 50. out-sido '' i If What's Uio dlfforonco between Uio rubber tariff and Uio robber tariff ? A raluablo dressing for flesh wounds, scolds, old sores, rash, chafed skin. Is BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT, it is both healing and Prico, 25c, 50c and $1 per botUo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co anti-8epU- c. The COURIER for the news. For Boys foot-clothing Johnson Arrested. Don't overlook the youngster's At noon Friday, while Sheriff Johnson had the Jury In chargo, at Fulton, Charllo Johnson stopped up to J. F. Cooley. ono of tho Jurymen, "Joo, go up Uiero and and said: turn Hurton looso." Shoriff Johnson again, showed his determination to do right nnd Immediately nrrosted Johnson nnd carried him before Judge Dugg, who placed him under a J 100 bond for trying to contamlnato a Juror. 'Q a1 prde-g'iv- him that will wear, yes, but let him have it stylish as snappy as e ik father's or older brother's it will help some toward teaching hirri manners and care in dress FOR BOYS and be well dressed. If you have been patronizing us you must have noticed that our clothes are long lasting. Lots of other people have noticed it. That long last spells if anything does. Waich causes us to argue I bollovo in loafing becauso it replenishes tho soul. I bollovo In tho sun bocauso It seta a good oxample of toloranco. I bollovo in friends for I can bo allont with them. I bollovo In fooltshnoss bocnuso it novor gota ono in a rut, I bollovo In immortality becauso ovory tlmo look around I catch Him doing somo lovely, lovings thing Just to mako mo happy. D. II. Wlnsott vestment Special Offer. Tho Courier has mado a clubbing nrmngomont whoroby wo aro onnbled u to pffor our readers tho best thoy havo ever had In the way of a gonornl supply of reading matter. Horo it Is road it: prop-oslUo- that our clothes are the cheapest that any man can buy. Then this thing called "satisfaction," that ought to go with a suit. It always does if we make it. Satisfaction in looks, and feel, and everything else. All you who havo torpid llvor, weak digestion or constipated bowels look out for chllltf. Tho season la hero and tho air Is full of Uio dlscaso genus. Tho best thing to do Is to got your llvor In good condition and purify tho stomach and bowels. HER-DINla tho right remedy, It answers tho purposo completely. Prico 60c. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. E va MflHHHHkHMHHHHHHHHHBHM PL , SCHMIDT, the Tailor "Truxton King," our new story, is tho talk of Uio town. Aro you read- $1.25. Here yuo have a value of $5.25. ing It? The Hickman Courier, your county paper, giving you all the news of tho county, regular rice $1.00. Home and Farm, the South's gret-es- t agricultural paper, for a full year, regular price 50c. Uncle Remus Home Magazlne.Joel Chandler Harris paper, especially for Southern people, regular price $1.00. Good Housekeeping, the best magazine published for the home and housewife, regular price $1.50. Th Evening Post, a dally news-pape- r devoted to the best Interests of Kontueky, equal to any dally In the state, 3 months, regular price Is human boy built for the busy, by expert bench shoemakers who have studied and learned what boys want and require in footwear the heart of the hide is cut for these shoes the stitches are there to hold there's a dictionary with every red-bloode- M d, pair from size 112 Wertheimer-Swart- s UP fllLu3llui ETi St fiilW CUSTOM MADE BY 3 'ft Shoe Company Send us $2.00 and we will send Dr H E Prather and It A. Tylor nttended Itoyal Arch lodge nt Mow-co- you the whole outfit. But this offer la NOT good after Nov. 1, 1910, last week. ---! ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. i "f--- 1 -- ' .- - - mti't Tfiimaiit-ijc---ifc--ajr"-- ' - . aa fc-,- -f rmrtHiA .iiin .iinrrm Jw.MSt ' N V rfl f I ' r- - y-- T T T 7-- 1' T -- I V .. CARE .v GIVEN LINEN 18 HMMIIIIHMSMtmHI Taxpayers Notice. State, County, School and Lovuo Taxes for the year 1910, are bow due and payublu. Meet mo or ono of my doputlcs at tho Hickman Dank, Hickman, ICy., or tho City National Dank, at Tulton, Ky. Pay now and aold tho rush. Coalder Johnson, Sheriff. A WEDDING PRESENT Don't Know? Try Cut Glass Nothing appeal more strongly to the bride. Nothing gives the new home a more luxurious touch. And then we have everything in the gold OF FINE CLOTH DARNING FA8CINATING WORK. Hickman u y H '." Wear of Tablecloth It Prolonaed If Several Stitches Are Taken In Fold Proper Repairing of Worn Napkins. Grocery Co. Do your trading here Ouv gujsu gepovter Do your iuji: !1 i... U i P ' k . , r" and silver line. i H .... " i CALL AND SEE THEM ri r ftftltENKER-T- he --- u Jeweler i v- AJL sS dow of tho guost room. Tho rat population of most communities Is flvo times greator than that of tho human. OfficiaJ figures show that the averages at which men and women marry are rising. Within a short time beeswax is likely to become ono of tho most Important of tho exports oflfaanda. Man has been warring against tho rat for two hundred years and tho rodent still flourishes. Tho ruby Is so clovorly Imitated that It Is difficult to use the stones for collateral. million of peoAbout twenty-eigh- t plo annually travol on tho Londun County Counoll tramways at workmen's fares. Fiften dollars per month Is tho of damage sustained by the average farm, from the operation nt Scientific Notes. About 10,000 herrings to a ton. Every rat steals COc worth of food every year. The raisin contains more Biignr than the original grapo. Tho Japaneso process of dwarfing a plno tree takes ten years. For every birth occurring at soa there are about Blztecn deaths. About one four of the deaths In tho British navy are due to drowning. Of all peoplo who get married. widowers are most shy of their ago. It takes 100 livers to make one gal lon of cod liver oil. The share which foreign cotton forma of Uio total domestic consumption Is approximately 3 par cunt. Thrn nro now 1,500 societies and groups for tho propagation of Esper anto situated In all parts of the world. The raisin growin Industry of this country has doveloped only since tho Introduction of Irrigation. The Japaneso gardener usually plans tho garden so that it appears to the bes tad vantage from tho win rats. Hollows are supposed to have been Invonted about 5C9 D. C. by a Soyth-lamechanician. During the year ended March 31, 1009, tho number of telegrams sent in tho United Kingdom' was n i OUR 1 FALL : ft t i 1 2 M 2 7 r : Every housekeeper Is proud of her linen closet, undoubtedly, and to keep tho contents In good condition is more often considered a pleasure than a task, especially when tho rule Is npplled. Darn ing flno linen Is really fascinating work if one will only take pains to do it well. Table cloths are apt to show the first signs of wear In the fold down the middle, but an actual break may be prolonged If a few threads half a dozen or so are neatly darned In down this fold Soma housekeepers relnforco In this way after a few washings only, but as the damask then Is apt to be thick, tho darning Is a little harder to do than when the cloth has reached tho half-worstage. Tho thread known as flourishing cotton Is used for repairing all kinds of house linen, and will bo found to look almost oxactly llko a thread drawn from damask. Every one Is acquainted with tho device of cutting a couple of Inches from one end and one side of a tablecloth when It begins to wear, but this shortening may be put off for a long tlmo It tho middle 2 fold Is strengthened while tho cloth X Is still In good condition. Then there are others who never Iron the cloth directly through tho middle, but fold it so that It measures from ono to two inches wider on one part, because, of course, It Is the constant pressing of the Iron on the one line that causes the wear Tho next sign of wear Is Indicated by broken threadB. If these are to remain unnoticed tho result will be a holo In no time, while If a fow stitches are set in the ravage will be concealed and the damask look like now again A simple In and out. upper and under stitch Is used, the work being done on the wrong sldo of tho cloth This Is "the stitch la time." When both woof and warp break, a holo having ragged edges Whnn this happens th result there Is nothing to do but cut away the frayed part and fill In the space with tho darning stitch. Unless the thread used for working has been shrunken loops should be left all around the edges of the hole. The wlso plan Is to leave the loops any way. because tho Ironing Is apt to stretch the thread and the loops will allow plenty of "give," while a tight thread will cause a drawing that will in tlmo tear tho material mended part away. As the cloth Is always thin around a, hole, the darning should oxtend boyond It for half an Inch or more on all sides. Worn napkins are repaired In the tame way as tablecloths. n and save money ... Paint Dodds. Soud tho Courier to your friend a painting now. Warren's every test. W. A. way from home. best by on your Groceries Heats, etc. It Is reported that Cayco capitalists aro talking of organising n bank In that thriving little olty. Twenty families Imvo loft Wost Hlekmnn In the past ton days for tho cotton flehlB of the lower bottom to pick the fleeoy stank). A crew of men are at work on tho government lovee at tho gulf, nKr tho old lVenoli plnoo. below town. Thev aro enraged In nwnforolng the xiaak plnoos. M. K. Ilonry Bayouvllle Horns: and vlfo, of Kansas City, aro visiting the family of J. II. ltyer.."..V. V. T. itoyer is on No. 8 o8ln....Mr Smith, of MlsslMlppl, U visiting .1. II Itoyer ami family. M. Tull rfilUB fit miles south of town, I hftnvitt: 20 aorM of broom oorn. whloh ho nny will yield 1 .000 pounds to tho nor, or ton totw. He has been offered UK a Un for It. but hi holding for IM. At U former ftguro, the or op will bring In How will U3S0, or I6S.M au your corn, what or cotton orop com-iwwith Utls T DAILY DIET HlflTS 0 Dtt. T. J. ALLCM Font SpedAlltt HMMMiMaMsasasMMMauBMmsHa THE APPCTITE FOH SWEETS InOTTAuE HOTEL? Y. J. COOK, Prop. BEST $1 a Day House -I- N- Wcstern Kentucky ar. 8u(jar Is not found on the f res Appet'te for lunch counter. sugar and lor alcohol do not exIn his rule ist together, at natural environment, with a natural appetite man would eat more fruit sugar, by weight, Bu' cane than anything else. sugar differ materially from It causes gastric fruit sugar catarrh and in diabetes and liver troubles generally Is npt Out children elally Injurious especially must have awenta, Comthough not cans sugar. Injurious, are mon candles though they meet the natural craving for sweets. Honey snd sirup made from maple sugar (corn sugar) snd corn gluco li a good appetizer for children, and harmonious with cersatt, Many adults especially toast. teem to think that appetlts for candy Is abnormal; rather the contrary it true, so far as tweets In general are o J lCtrlK!it H J"th H IluwIcO Special Offer We exDect to tiut out a Greater number of farm wngons mount CiOsc to nO..c t. year than ever before, and in ordV to do this we arc making the special prices below . B H STOCK FURNITURE II Part- - Ono cup of brows sugar, half cup of sweet milk, one cup of bitter chocolate that has beea grated, one teaspoonful of vanilla ex tract Second Pert. One cup of brown sugar, half cup of butter. Cream these two together; two eggs, ono cup of milk, two cups of flour. After you havo them woll mixed together add the first part, or what you might call custard part Cook the first part about ten minutes, snd be sure it Is cool before adding It to the second part Lastly, add one tea spoonful of baking soda that has been dissolved In a little water. Dake In layers and also In a moderate oven. Make any kind of a white filling for between layers and on top of the cake. First 8panlh Chocolate Cake. 2 Thimble Skein Wagon, with bed, at 3x0 .$50.00 . . 3j 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 under most nil s light running other makes, and at the same time we propose to give you a throughout. of bone-dr- y material wagon, made first-clas- 7 IS HERE S 2 2 2 2 Z 2 ; A larger and a better assorted stock than ever before seen in this city, and at prices lower than ever. Just think, t Quartered Oak Davenport $25.00 Oak Pedsteadsat 2.75 1 Stearn Foster's Felt Mattresses . . . 7.50 to 12.50 & Everything else in same proportion. f 2 Cooking Helps. Serve a loaf of baked dressing with your roast of beef. Try a spoonful or perhaps two or maple sirup on your warm applo pie. Arrange cold rice In balls, roll in cocoanut and servo with boiled custard. Keep a box of parsloy growing In your kitchen window or on your back porch and use It for dressing tomatoes, bacon, or chopped for sandwich filling. Cut side salt pork thin and fry a crispy brown. Garnish with lemon quarters and parsley and you wHl not miss the more expenalvo bacon. Stewed Apples. The cores should be removed from the apples before peeling. When peeling be careful not to break them. Cover with water In which a cupful of sugar Is dissolved, and stew gently until the apples are transparent Lift them from tho syrup with a strainer and place In a glass bowl. When perfectly cold fill the centers with red Jelly and, If deslrod, mask the tops with a spoonful of orange marmalade. Stew down the syrup until It Is qulto thick, season with lemon JuJce and pour it around tho npplss. PILES! PILE3I Williams' Indian Pile Ointment, will euro Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles It absorbs the tumors, allays itching at onco, acts as a poultice, gives Instant relief. Williams' Pile Ointment Is prepared for Plies and Itching of the private parts. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Mo and 1. Williams Mfg., Co., Pres CteveUad, Ohio. 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 just as good a wagon as the other fellow is now charging you at least ten dollars more for. Mr. S. L. Dodds, the proprietor, having his own timber and mills, is in position to build wagons for much less than those who 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. 2 Our foreman, Mr. Hertwcck, and also our business manager, Mr. Baltzer, has been raised up in the wagon business, having been connected with this plant practically all their lives, and both ar 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 October. 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, i 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 f2 WE WOULD BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU TJilriviQn KiiiTmfnion inn ? ; 2 j rW4 o Next door to rost Office. rwM., HICKMAN WAGON CO. INCORPORATED I