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PAVJIR IN WKSTKBH JKNTUOKT 0f uCCBSS ThB CDUriBI hBa a Spanki"' Dcad Tbbw' eURIER. DrBBSB A BLUE MARK HERE meant tbftt your bat explrtd llcnew promptly Ifycu want tbe pnpr to corns to yoa after tht mom h Kr r i' mj thB MxlBS at Vw Wagon. Old Man,' and Ufa Hitch Lp WHOLE NO. bi u.t HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCT. 13, CO 1910. L GRAFT PLOT ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAK SUSII 185f L SHAMES M pmN2SNIl SAVES WOMEN HEROINE USES FEET TO PRE- VENT PANIC ON REFUQEE8' TRAIN. I Let Up " "V Get Together Before Long There will be need of cold weather remedies and it will be well to know' the place that's best prepared to fill your wants. Already we have begun to stock up with the needed things in such quantity and variety that you may depend on getting what you want here EXPOSED TO TAFT PROMOTERS OF SCHEME TO TROL FUEL SUPPLY TO SHIPS. CON- - LOSS OF LIFE Mny Town IS HEAVY Aro In Aihet and Flames Are Sweeping on Towird Manitoba Homesteaders and' Farmera Misting. A man's clothrggt chosen as he chooses his friends, should have the same stcacKt quality fair weather clothing and fair weather friends are cquaVy useless when the test of goodness comes. The clothes are their wear, their long qualities tjf our made-to-ordfit and their style,&ndjtfill the price is no higher than is asked for er m PRETTY SCHEME AT CANAL President la Aroused and Will Go to Panama In November, Instead of Waiting Until March of Next Year. Beverly, Mass., Oct 11. Information volunteered as a warning to tho administration that a combination has been formed for the purposo of using the Panama canal for purposos of rich graft, has been received In Beverly. The information is guarded with tho utmost secrecy and none in authority will discuss It, but It can be stated without fear ot contradiction that President Tatt has reconsidered his plan to defer his trip to Panama until next March. In fact. President Tatt will leave Washington during tho first week in November on a fast crrulsor for Panama. A monopoly of coal to ships passing through the canal is said to be one of tbe planned activities of the combine. The administration's Informant in the present situation is known to be completely convinced of the menace confronting the canal. His position is such that tho facta in his possession compel attention. President Considers It Important. Tho matter Is o.f such widespread Importance that a statement Is certain to issue from the executive's offices hero within a day or two announcing that the president will probably leave for Panama early in November. "Those who control this coal concession," said one ot the high officials ef tho Ijthmlan canal commission, "will contrdl tho canal. Fully 90 per cent of all steamship traffic that uses SAififaray will bo under the neces sity of taking on coal elthor at the Atlantic end or at the Pacific terminal. "Unless under government control the cbnccslsonalres could easily 'play favorite' with competing lines and thero are several lines between which exists a strong rivalry which aro making their plans for using this waterway. There is tho Royal Mail, controlled by British ownors, and in competition with this is the Hamburg-Americaowned and operated by German capital. And thero are many others. Wants Government Control. "To ray certain knowledgo Col. Ooethals has boon bitterly opposing tho letting of this Important concession to any private individual or to any corporation. He has made a closo study of all tho complications that might follow the prlvato ownership or coaling stations, and his stand is that tho United States government should own and operate tho stations." This Is only ono of numerous othor matters, which according to Information, requires tho personal attention of Mr. TafL n, ready-mad- e hampic-kwn-s. Warroad, Minn., Oct. 11. Estimates ef tlio loss ot llfo la tlio forest Urea which finrtcd Friday, wiped out several atunll towns and nro atlll burning, range all tho way from fitly to two hundred. Tfca property loss will mount well Into tbo millions. Tbe tint no no covers an aroa of SS ralhs In length from the grnvul pita west of Warroad to Stratton, Uio fourth atatlon east of Rainy river, and In wlJth about thirty miles, covering all tbe territory botween He J Lako and tho Lake of tho Woods. When tho refugees fled In panto for tho freight train that bore thorn from lUlny Hirer to International Falls, th men crushed down women and children and in spito of tbe fact that tho cam wore choked ao that standing room waa at a premium, thoy Inslslod on cramming themselves in. Mies Myra Ilurtab, a promlnont young woman of Iloaudotte. stationed hermit at tbo door ot ono car. kicked every man tn the face with lior pointed shoe when they tried to board tho car and herself reached out and took bablea from tho arras of their mothers. Whan tho train started there were five bablea aboard wose moth-er- a were left behind. Thoy aro betas cared for In the hospital here. Villages Are Wiped Out. Tho Ores have wiped out tho villages of Beaudotto, 8 poo nor, Groceton, Pitt, Myron and Malcolm. The last two named places aro small sotttle-ment- s In Ueltraml county, south ot Warroad, The greatest property losa occurred at Ileaudctto and Spoon or. which is practically ono community, being separated by a narrow river. Tbe other consisted ot only a few small buildings. There were hundreds of" homes destroyed, and aa there aro no roads In tho district tare for the trails through the bush, It la feared that mauy lives have been lost that will not b reported for weeks. The stato of Minnesota is sparing no expenao to check tho Are. Tho state fire warden is mustering every man ho can procure and ho Is Instructed to us every posilble means at command, regardless of cost Every roan available l fighting the flrei, but becauso of the moss whlcn covers tho ground for n depth of from ono to two foot. It seems almost Impossible to do anything. Sweeping Toward Manitoba. Wheru tho blase is fanned by a all offorts to check It art futllo and It la only where it lb creeping along tho ground that any attempt la raado to head It off. To do this It Is accessary to dig wide and deep trenches. Tho flres aro almost on tho boundary of Manitoba, burning over tho Sprague Timber company's limits around Sprague, Manitoba, The flres aro making steady progress toward the wooded district of southeastern Manitoba and from tho north Is another Ore coming to Join them. There were 2,000 residents of Beau-dottSpooner and adjacent torrltory, so mo of whom aro doad, but most ot whom nro safo on tho Canadian sldo of the lino. Among tho missing aro tho and farmers of tho busn, about whom nothing can bo learned for somo time, as searching partlos do not dare penctrato tho still smoking forests through which tho cyclono of fire has swopt. homo-stoadcrs W.-JQ&:. uuua i. lu smi $17.50 Others at $21.00M'2.0O, $25.00, $29.00, $34.00 '.i. 1 1 rj viuci - ,... - .,.. - i.'iR New Bank Open, Tho Peoples Bank, tho now and third Institution of tho kind in this rity, opened for business Saturday morning. Everything went off Just na arranged, and the optomlstic cashier, C. P. Shumate, and tho officers wero agreeably surprised with tho result of their first day's business. Their deposits reached nearly $6,000. Tho public was llkowlso surprised In finding such a pretty banking establishment. As it is strictly in ovory respect. Tho fixtures, although not quite complete', aro as pretty as any bank need want, niado of marble and golden oak. State Bank Examiner Rogers, was hero to sco tho launching properly done. Ho mado a thorough Investigation and put his O. K. on tho concern's business beforo tho teller's window was oponod. Ho sold sho bad tho ring of a brand new silver dollar. This bank has two splendid fireproof valuts. Ono for tho bank's prlvato business; ono for tho convenience of their customers. Tho latter will contain safety deposit boxes which will bo rented nt a small fig uro. No detail has been in providing for comfort, convcnlcnco and accommodation ot the bank's paover-looked .Mil. ! n, t r t ii Satisfaction Absolutely Guaranteed On no pay. There is individuality of expansion in every garment turned out by us. The price question bang even, why not get your money's worth ? M ! Shoes, FurnisHjngs and. Hats iwnr'rii.T ALL UP-TO-DlhE STYLES hmsmmssfimiss MAHUELIS NEAR COLLAPSE BRADLEY S PARHAM Levee Subscriptii R, II. Kirk, $20. B. F. Mayers, $15. Marvin Fllppln, $10. Lovy Calvert, $10. J. II. Ilaynea, $10. II. Hodges, $5. Bud Shaw, $10. Chas. Beckham, $10. Mrs. J. T. Fuller, $5. Moao Barkett, $10. A. S. Barkott, $10. C. B. Travis, $10. U. P. Upshaw, $10. A. J. Fletcher, $25. A. J. Claywoll, $10. C. A. Holcombc, $100. Following aro tho lovoo svkcrlp- VOUNQ KINO OFFERED A REFUGE Uons to dato; IN ENGLAND. Spanish Uprising Feared as Presage of Union of That Country and Portugal In Republic. Gibraltar, Oct. 11. King Manuol and tho quocn moth or, Anwllo, exiles from Portugal, havo decided to go to England, whoro a rcfugo has been offered thorn. It is said by courtiers closo to tho king that ho Is on the vorgo of a complete breakdown, and that ho will bo placed under tho caro ot specialists Just as soon ai England is reached. Hcndaye, Franco, Oct. 11. An immediate uprising in Spain, having for its purposo a union of Portugal and Spain Into a groat Latin republic. Is being fostorcd by the Spanish Republicans. Despite tho vigilant and repressive methods ot the Spanish government, tho revolutionists nro smuggling largo quantities ot arms and ammunition across the frontier and It is declared thoy havo well flllod arsonals ready to dlstrlbuto arms when tha uprising begins. Tho leaders are appoallng to the Spanish pooplo, by circulars pasted on dead walls and dollvorcd surreptitiously, to rlso in Immediate revolt, tho success of tho Portuguese revolutionists being cited to them as proof that they, too, can overthrow a crown. The calling to the colors of the first army reserves on various show tho anxiety tho Spanish ministry feels. The Republicans jubilantly declare that the 'placing of tho reserves In the field is an admission ef weakness on the part ot Alfonso's government. pre-tex- ts NEXT WEEK The LAST WEEK in HICKMAN for Mongol Box Co., $0,000. Richmond & Bond Co., $1,030. W. A. Dodds, $100. 2. R. Murroll. ?200. F. M. 1'rovow, $125. B. F. Gabby, $50. L. A. Donnoll, 25. R. 13. Roberts, $25. J. P. Lcggato, $10. Q. N. Holm, 40. W. C. Johnson. $225. J. A. Cotton, S40. Tom Dillon, Sr., $25. Chas. Hackott, $20. W. F. Edmouds. 120. E. A. Hammonds, $20. ir. E. Curlln, $55. W. B. Allon, $20. E. W. Adams, $25. J. Q. Adams, SIC. Goalder Johnson, 120. J. O. Ryan, 110. J no. Klatnor, 110. Ellison Bros., $200. E. E. Roovcs, $25. P. J. Frcnx, $20. C. 13. Wright, $5. Henry Sanger, $250. Hickman Ind. Tol. Co., $10. S. A. Bassott, $20. R, M. Islor, $10. Mrs. Jcsaio Dillon, $10. J. T. Stophons, $25. Hickman Concrete Co., $20. ' W. L. McCutcheon estate, $20. J. W. Whlto & Son; $10. ' Mrs. E. C. Campbell, $5. Gvo. Meaoham, $10. f. S. Mooro, $20. Head of Rebellion Pleads Guilty. Manila, Oct. 11. Simon Mandac, at one time governor of llocos Norto, was at tho head bt a rising In Neuva Vizcaya, and who was captured recently by tho constabulary, pleaded guilty beforo tbo court at Bayonbong. Ho placed tho burden of the blame on his and promised to reveal all the details ot the plot. Sentence was reserved. trons. Doublo Their safo, an Compound, Is not only a thing of beaut', but a thing of strength. It will withstand tho attack of a dia mond drill or any other kind of for sixteen hours, and tho burglar who over sees the inside of it will certainly bo a genius. Last, but not least, aro tlio men. behind tho wicket-- C. P. Shumato, Cashier, and Guy Halo, Assistant Cashier. Wo do not know of two genUemen more clover and accommodating. They will bo backed up by their directors, who aro a sot ot sensible and conservative men. Indications are that the-- new bank will have a nice business right from tho start, and withal, thoy merit whatever good things may come their Ely-Morr- is pro-ceedu- O way. May Tho Peoples Bank "live long und brasher," is our wish. Hn Tuko somo fresh oysters nnd cel ery homo with you this ovonlug. Tho finest you over saw at Jones. it m s Los Angeles Victims Burled. lot of samplo shirts and under-waiLos Angeles, Cal., Oct, 11. Sevenbought away undor their ac- teen of tho twenty or more men iua value, and wo will noil thorn tho lost their lives In tho explosion who that km- way. Better como today if you wrecked tho Times newspaper plant Ig 'f , Two People Drown, Mrs. Burchfleld, aged 75 years, while driving with, hor grandson, attempted to cross Lowis creek, two miles north of Tlptonvlllo on a floaUng bridge, about 9 o'clock Thursday morning. Tho horso slip-po- d Into tho water nnd capsized tho buggy, drowning both occupants. The horso became entanfeied in n wire fence and was also drowned. Tho old lady's body was recovered shortly afterwards, but searchers wero unable to locato tho boy until lato afternoon. Every creek in tho county is out ot its banks and mauy small bridges aro washed away. Capt. Chas, Nichols, ono of tho best known pilots on tho river, spent a few days hero this "veok.- Ho is tho father ot Capt. Clarenco Nichols, who was suspended by Prcsldont Roosevelt for running tho Fred Hart-wcin front of tho Presidential boat when tho then President mado a trip down tho river several years ago. g nr t, J want Walter McL1n, $10. BY GISH Have those PHOTOS made now St. Louis Post Saturday Evening Post Dispatch and delivered at your door. Sade Salama LaClede Hotel. Commercial-Appeal- , Mrs. E. Caso, $15. Rudolph Olasor, $G. F. L. Mothony, $10. O. B. Powell, $15. Luko Shaw, $10. Fllmoro Jenkins, $15. W. II. Provow, $30. W. M. Cason, $20. J. M. Harkoy, $30. T. I). HlnBhaw, $20. Clarence Bruer, $35. were burled side by side In Hollywood cemetery. Tbe funeral service was held for all In Temple auditoriLast Thursday Frank Hargan, 78 um, which was packed by 2,500 mea years ot, ago, was driving across tho and women. lovoo ai U Bird's Point when an automobile driven by Capt. Stowart, of Republican candidates for Congress Clinrlest-mot him. His horse boast of tho generosity of Senator friruUned and backed oft tlio Aldrlch In permitting nlnrgo number ombanlcm nt, throwing Mr. Hargan go on tlio freo list in out. Ho sustained a fracturo of tlio of articles to law. And Democratic collar bom n fracturo of a hip bono tho now tnrlfr candidates are tolling what tho freo ami three ilba broken. He was takof. Somo of tlio things en to Calrv for trcntment but died list consists that tho generous Rhodo Island pt hla Injun h Sunday. Tho remains on tho freo list wore takon t Chaileston for burial. Btatesmnn lKtrmltted bladders, dried blood wero and horso hair. Thou there aro turDont go TvitJfc)u6aox when you can tles, Junk, bird's eggs, lomon Julco. got them ntfl 4Tn!tpalr at Sullivan Also acorns, bones, ashes, zaffer, catgut, fossils, Brazllllan pebbles and Bros. oakum! bo-caJoss-stick- 'hem. Sullivan Bros. i - Vl 'VH ! li S. N. Sweeney hatfajust cut tho Don't let your property go vlth-ofifth cron of alfalfiinlhls unper bot-tnm fnnn for thU Bo'aeon. which Ho Insurance. Its poor business. IbolloYOs will BJto aTtattto the aero. See Kennedy the Insurance Man. ut K ft : w -- 1 ,T T 1 "( 7T Absolutely S3SSmV8SZ!V v. We have a big lot of Elegant Art Pictures, dbne in a number of colors, handsomely framed-- a beautiful ornament for any homethat we are going to give away to qiir customers dur ing the month of October. OUR PLANWith every $10 and over, flash, spent with us, or paid on open account, or note, we wim give the customer one of these handsome pictures free. s : NOTICEOnly one picture to each customer. Hickman Hardware Company .i"' B Ganiett May Run, E. L. Garnott is being urged by a number of friends, and admirers, at Uio proper time, to en-ta- r tho field for Stato Senator from the First Senatorial district. Mr. Garnott says, at this early in lie game be Is not prepared to say Uat ho may do when tho tlmo for announcements. To a man up a tree, tho big looked as though he would en Joy two months up at tho Stato capl-to- l, looking after the Interests of tho good people of Fulton, Graves and Hlekman counties. Mayfleld o ar-jiv- MRS. I. D. PRICE Will Route 5. Buck Escue is on tho sick list. Mrs Marion Frazlor Is on tho sick Rush Greek Items. tha Price House NEXT MONDAY Regular meals will be served Special weekly rates. Her old patrons and friends are cordially invited to again make this their headquarters he Xew Style Truss will be a revelation If you have Trusses which" we MIm LorfH iMrhi went to lllrk rmh uno day ihta wwk Mm W !: Smith, of ItartleU, Tenn U vtMUttg hor UUr. Mm. W. II. Mr-Ota- list. Bob Flannlgan to you visited relatives In Hickman Sundfty. II. W. Howard wont to Ulckmnn on business Saturday. Owon Stlglor, of Martin, was hero Monday on business. 4444 Gayce. a Horbort Baker of Mlddlo Tennes see, is tho guest of Bob Hicks Bob Escuo and family spont Saturday night and Sunday in Hickman. never worn one of lhc New Style arc just now introducing , it will be a revelation to you in comfort and in strength for you to put one on just to try. It is built on a new idea which holds the rupture firmly. We have been selling Trusses for a number of years and never had any as good as the New Style. Come in and see it. Mrs L Ham ami family, f Pop-ta- r Oror, rtattml her sUler. Jwtt Davie Burnley. Mrs, Mm Tenn., K W Smith, of llartleU. vtelied her ntttM. Mm. Iltr-nicWhit. ofMMr Oftyoo, Tuowlay e Cool and clear nnd whont sowing Is Ik order of Ute day. Tho land, bowevw. la nry wet In many placm thereby muklttK sowing very slow. A netaMiorlHC pfcystektii who hiu purehnMtl an hhio took a spin n aro but forgot an Important -- gasoline wns vanaequontly wti left standing In tha road. Ho la a novloe nnd will Improvo In the sweet bye and by. feu-day- s Notice. tho ostato of B. ed, aro hereby samo in proper Nov. 1, 1910, for ever barred. J, All persons holding claims against D. Langford, deceasnotified to present form on or beforo allowance or bo forH. Langford, Admr. Miss Tlncy Jones, of Woodland, vis Almus Wall returned homo Sunday. ited Miss NolIIo Escuo Sunday. Rev. Mayo delivered nn oxcollent Herschell Bradley loft Monday for sermon at Rcolfoot Sunday to a largo JUUUZl, .U1SH. crowd. Mrs. J. II. Peak was in Hickman Tho singing given by Dolph Hicks last Saturday. Saturday night was very much enMrs. Lon Naylor visited rlatives joyed. hero this week. Mr. and Mrs. James, of near CrysII.- - P. Johnson shipped a car load tal, spont Sunday with Mrs. Suslo 1 Johnson. of stock Monday. t A FIT GUARANTEED Helm '& Ellison Bfc Jfi Baptist Revival. "Eth'opia" MoneyJoLoan. Funny Play. loan money on farm lauds In and Woakley Counllos. Tonn . and In Fulton County, Ky. About one-hal- f the cash valuo of a farm will bo loaned. Ixxins madii In sums of $1,000 or more for five yoars with privilege to borrower of paying nam after one year In full or making any sue iartlal payment doslred nt Intervals of hIx months after tho oxnlrn- tlon of onn year. Interest being stop-poon partial iiymonts mado. Call on or write O. 8PHADLIN. Attorney- Union City, Tenn. tf I d Corman Vanco and W. T. Barton received Tuesday by oxpross, four flno Borkshlro pigs, which cost thorn $80 delivered. Those pigs aro tho very flnoatTlerkshlro stock and wore on exhibit in Loulsvlllo at tho Kentucky Stato Fair whore Messrs. Vanco and Barton saw them. Thoso gentlemen will raise fancy hogs on their farms Just at the edge of this city. - r A aai i , .. homo aftor a month's klnsvlllo. o. ir. 4 "fei nnj Ulla v,oln,ty nas and corn. III fvt 'IHlrt 1ln(AK nw .i1v Hi Ull itin UIL'UM In tUU nol Jot of hay out linmenso audiences to witness this clover pastoral picture of oorly Just received at Sullivan Bros, now plantation days In tho sunny south, store, COO samjrio suits, all tho latbut the largor cities have given It est colors and styles, which will bo nudloncos taxing Uie onpaolty of tholr price. This alBold at less thnn half largest auditoriums. so Includes a big shipment of mon's River Is falling. Cairo jungo reads O. A. Parker, ono of Mr. nnd Mrs overcoats. Wlllnrd's best conductors will bo hero 20.3. Marshal Jno. Wright purchased a Mrs. Delia Carpenter, formorly of to personally suporlntond all of tho Tlio Hickman Ico & Coal Co. Is flno lot of timber from Mrs. Salllo WIngo, is building a resldenco In tho rohoarsals nnd play ono of tho lend- flgurJnK on running a day current dur Barnes, of near Stato Line, this week, Ing tho fall nnd wlntor so that our Henry Addition. She is tho mother ing comedy parts. Consideration $3,000. of Sam Carpenter, forman of tho buslnose houtos may have electric o Farmers Gin, who also built a ItEAL ESTATU FOIt SALE: Soo lights during tho short days of wln Bud Parks and Jim Turner were ar In this, addition n short tlmo W. E. Bondurant, agent for M. B. tor. This will not only bo a groat raigned in Judgo Remloy's court this ago. W. A. Dodds Is furnishing tho Shaw. Bourco of satisfaction to our mer week on a charge of breach, of tno lumber. chants nnd business moif, but to tho peace and fined $11.50 each. Cc a pair. Men's fancy hoio ONLY Congressman OHIo M. James spoko shoppers nnd patrons as well. Tho Sullivan Bros. Regular services at tbo .Methodist nt Clinton Saturday and bo was mot proposition Is to bo H. E. CURLIN MADE A FLYING L1ly bulbs taken un Nov. J. Narcissus bulbs, Chlneso TO ST. LOUIS THIS WEEK, Mrs. J. M. Held was In Union City Church Sunday. Morning services at at tho train by a brass band and2,-00- This will onahlo thoso who deslro to and Hyacinths. Miss Frankyo Bold. TRIP 11 o'clock, ovoning services at 7:00, WHERE HE PURCHASED EVERY- - Saturday, pcoplo. Ho recolvcd a great do so to uso motors, as It gives us a by tho pastor on Important uubjocts. and his spocch was ono of his dny current every dny In tho your. C. A. Porry has been quite sick THING TO MAKE A MENS STORE LYRIC FRIDAY NIGHT. COMPLETE. A general invitation is given to all. masterly efforts. Lot's make 'or a go. for the past two weeks. nt-Lafl i, rosl-denc0 ' Mrs. Eula Stlglor spont Mrs. Luoy Burnett, of MaKenzIe, night with hor mother, Mrs. Donnoll, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Chas. of Clayton. Bondurant. Goldy Wilson lost a fine luaro this Messrs. Ardoll and Mary Johnson week. Ho was offered $800 for hor visited relatives in Hickman a few tho day sbo got sick. days last week. Zack Wilson and wlfo returned Horbort Bradley and wlfo visited Sunday after spending several days his mother a few days last week. In Weakley county, Tenn. They were returning from their bridal trip to Mobile. Adam Semoncs, formerly a cltizon Cayco Camp W. O. W. was In sesof Hickman, spont tbo first of tho sion on Friday night last, for tho Ho is interested In a week first tlmo in several months. Must now hero. road to bo opened oast of this bo planning a trip. ' city. ' Tho stork visited tho homo of Bob Mrs. J. F. Nowby and children, of Aloxandor and wlfo last Friday, and left them a little Miss, which they Pogram, Tonn., aro Tjlsltlng Hlckmnn J, friends. call Francis Elizabeth. mooting started at tho In this city Sunday morning, Ilov. W. II. Williams, of Clinton, conducting tho servlcos. Itov. Williams' sermons aro drawln good crowds at each survlco. He Is an Interesting and eloquent sponkor. Tho song sorvlco is under tho leadership of Mr. Petroft, a Bulgarian, Is good. Services aro held In tho nftornoon at 3:10 and at 7:00 In tho ovoning. Don't fall to inako your arrange-mentto attend tills revival. A revival Baptist Church No local talent eontfirtnlnmwnt In recant years has sewed such a success as Mr. and Mrs. J. Itassett play of southorn life, 'Eth'opla' which the Daughters or the Confederacy hava arranged to present Friday night, Nov. 18, nt the Lyric Not only have the smaller cities turned Wll-lard'- s 7 P'A " Tvrw w C3 -- '' I i Yi JMMM'MX'MMUMfrift'rt Ellison Bros. am going to use this space hereafter Just to tell you of the new thing we have received since the last Tstue of the Courier. Wo frequently are asked over the phone, "What have you new?" As we get In new things etry week I can't help but think there are many readers of the paper who would bee glad to know It So, If you will Just read this aech week I will keep you posted. And I am .going to tell you In plain, simple language, without any exaggeration, so that you can rely on any statement made. I v A Dx 8iwjj gqiortcr Jones. Chat with Ed. and John ip: Fresh Oysters. Merchants had a good trado Saturday. T. Glasoi; waa a Union City visitor Sunday. Overcoats nt from Sullivan Bros. $3.C0 -- First, I wnnt to toll you of MAPLElNE. Mrs. Elllaon found It In 8L IjOuIh nt the I'uro Food bIiow. It makes th most delightful Mnplo Syrup nt about tho cost of Hint you t v. Wo nro eating It ov- ory day at our houso iitul think It excellent. A,k Mrs, Ellison about it one-thi- rd The plumbing and tinning business la beset with obstacles. ... ....nm- - uulll not- - us in flaura on his work. gets the figures, he probably tells us he knows of a plumb-e- r When he that will do his work for "a lltttle less." Wo may lose his first Job but his next work comes to us. When he takes tho first degree, he learns that low prlcees, and poor work go hand In hand; upon being brought to light Ih the second degree, he finds that this business does not differ from any other to get skilled Work and quality, It neceessarlly follows that It always costs a reasonable price, no more, no less. Therefore quality Is remembered long after prlcees are forgotten. at our storo. 8UOAU BUTTER Ih nnothor now' thing. It Is fur uso on hot biscuits, waffles, oto. It is soiling nradiL and llioso . who havo used It any It Ih vory flno. Una tho real mnplo f vor. Tut up In cans nt 30 aetiU. Received this weok somo "."BRAND ROLLEi OATS. Thflflo pack ngoa utility two ounens woro tlinn Quakor and tho price Is but 10a n package. The ciuallty Is equal to any brand on tin market. Wo got WIDE N00DLB8, FINE NOODLES, L'JJOW MACARONN LOOSE MACARONI and LOOSE 8PAGETTI UUs w- - k. Also linvo the jmoknj MACOHONI and SPAGHETTI. Mere nro some thing received new this week from tills year's crop 1010 goods. Many of theao ltonva that havo bow sold up to tills time rt last year's crop. These nro all now crop not g. NEW NAVY MIAN'S, BUN DRIED APPLII8. PKACIIH8 and APRICfi'S nnd thm) nro wy fine. Also NHW PRUNES. We linvo NEW DA. RHL KItAUT, ORA.N'IIHRUIHS and FRBgll MACKEREL. NORTHERN HUSH POTA-TOrami MIOIIIQAN CABBAGE. we look for nil tho new CAKB9 from the National Ills-cuCo.. fine KATINO AI'PLHB. CONCOIID nnd DBLAWAitH GRAPES. . ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTTER TOMORROW. FIUDAY. wo will hawbloh we shall hereafter onrry all tho tlmo. Oood buttor I the senrcyat thlnt: on the tuajket. In fact, we hare not boon nblo to n one order out of twenty. The ELGIN CREAMERY BRAND Is the host ho ELGIN ORHAMHILY ninkea and connot bo boUor. You will find, too, tat It will so further In using It than tho country buUor. Wo carry OLEilMAROER . It is INK always and this makos nn excellent subatltuto for but-.jrproduct Plenty of RGGS now. a perfectly healihful Then tomorrow wo will havo YOUNO LAMB and MUTTO Thursdays and SfyrdayH. We got SHAKER DUBAI) Tuesdays, CHLHRY eomes three times n weok. , this I was aboat to forget to toll about tho NEW OAN COR.-year's twok. W are wiling it three for n qUartor. Alo lfcARL HOMINY. FLAKK HOMINY nnd PANOAKB FLOUR. niul wunplo It pan-cakeTO-DAlt I Our plant la not the biggest, fastest nor oldest In. the state, but Wo employ five demands. we are prepared to meet all reasonable A. E. Konnedy motored to Mny-fiel- d men and every ono of us work dllllgently to meet every promise we this morning. make. Our work Is all guaranteed to please the customer not the never flnlshd until the customer Is satisfied. Lindsay Jnckaon apent Sunday with plumber. Our Jobs are his parents nt Clinton. We would like to figure with you on plumbing, tinning, country water works, heating, steam fitting or anything In our line. You will Ellison Bros, nro sporting a hand-min- e save money by letting us do your work right on the start. If we can't now delivery do It and do It right, we will tell you so. Dr. J. O. Stubs haa resumed his dental practice at Union City. II. E. Curlln mado a business trip to St. Loula first of tho week. The nicest lino of domostlc and Imported frulta you over saw at Jonos. Tho infant child of Geo. Smith and wlfo, of West Hickman, died Monday. to $7X0 nt Hickman Plumbing and Tinning Company. imfitHiHliMMM'm'M Tho Pittsburgh Floating Theatre is billed to show at tho river landing at Hickman Saturday night. Tho bill readB "Among tho Indians." Miss Cammlo Linton Newton wero united In tho homo of tho groom's Fulton, Sunday ovenlng, officiating. and Burton marriage at parents. In Rov. Staloy Lcc Ellison. Leonard Reeves spent Sunday with his Bhjtar, Mrs. Henry, at Now Mad A party of government engineers rid, Mo. hnvo been at Hickman this week, compiling data relatlvo to tho river. Mrs. Bailoy nuddleston and Miss Among other things, thoy ascertain Mary Kolloy wero hero from Fulton what effect tho closing of tho gaps Sunday. in tho loveo will havo on high waters T. T. Swayno and' Mrs. Jcsslo Dil- of tho future lon spent tho first of tho week at FARJI FOR SALE: 100 acres, 3 Tiptonvlllo. miles south of Hickman, on public Tho E. M. Brown Dry Goods Co., road, convenient to church nnd school at Fulton, will closo and quit business good springs, plenty of Umber, somo this month. mnko a fino stock Improvements; farm. A bargain If Bold at onco. Llttlo Virginia, daughter of Chaa. 2p E. F. DAVIS. T. McMurry, ia still very low with typhoid fover. Four ply linen collars, any alzo or kind, at 2 for lGc at Sullivan Bros. Can you beat It? Tho Embroidery Club will meet with Mrs. H. N. Cowgill, Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. E. C. Carter orders tho Courier sent for ono year to her daughter, Mrs. Nat G. Turner, at Marvel, Ark. R. II. W. Bono and J. M. Aloxander wero welcome callors at this office yesterday. Mr. Alexander says tho lato rains havo put tho farmers away behind In wheat sowing. POIl Ellison Bros. Negro Kills Another. Negrwe in th Inwwr lottlom wri olnlontjy on the war path Saturday Telephone Directory HOME TELEPHONE CO., HioJxmM3,, Ky. iNConroKATCD If no MONTHLY DUES mut be paid on or before the Jst of ench month. notlco paid by the 10th your telephone service will be discontinued without night. In tho extreme lower end of tho county near Madrid Hand, one Logan Wilson shot and almost Instant ly killed Henry Roar. The weaiwn Doth are ummI wus n Colt revolver. nogrooa nnd Uie trouble mm vt over "swinging tho bones." After the shooting, WiUon took to the tall tlm-and ha not been captured. b Down on Vnl Carpenter's plaee two negroc ongnged In a quarrel over a dusky damsol of thla olty whlcn In two negroea being shot. The negro doing the shooting was named Boyd. His victims were Ioo Williams and 8ld Oliver. Williams rotelvod n load of shot In the right shoulder and may loao his arm if not his lifo. Ho Is in a preearioua conOliver was only allKhtly dition. wounded. Tills sbootlst akto made his escape. No warrant baa been iaeutd for either Uio murderer or Uie otlior J. O. Ryan waa In town Tuesday. Your Complexion enn't be preserved without care. Wind will chap and roughen it now. The wet will make it red and sore and cold will make it tender. To overcome this we advise you to use Helm'. Witch Hazel Cream Lotion It protects, softens and nourishes and leaves the skin smooth and heathful. Helm & Ellison Mrs. J. The Last Resort. "We must go to omo qulot. Inex- havo returned homo from Trimble, From lis Fulton County Capitol pensive place next stnmer," said tho Tonn., whoro thoy havo boon visiting man who worries. relatives 0&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA exclaimed his "Great heavens!" wife. "Don't talk so gwwsomely. You Just received a big Bamplo lino of County Court. know that there are co longer any ausponders, collars, ties and men's except hoso places at Sullivan Dros. now store of quiet or Inexpensive The nnpmlBQ bill of tho eslato cemttorioa." 41 2 Brown, C. M., Theso will bo sold at half prlco. Storo Dillon, Jr., whiah was filed at Tom res 6 Lcdford & Randlo 75 Bondurant, C. T court. rea the lost turm of the county baby of J. 150 Blackford & Hubbard, Dra.. office 27 Lect, A. H Tho thrco months old Sympathetlo. rea was confirmed and ordered recorded. Hlnshaw- - and wife, died at their homo 175 Blackford, Dr. C. M rea 132 Leggate, Bogey "A man vas telling Puffer this res : 41 1 Lusk, J. N The. folio wing fiduolnry settlements morning how ho lived on tea eenta in West Hickman, Tuesday mondng. Garago were confirmed: day." Burial at City Cemotery, Wednesday 413 Coffey, Mrs. M. J res C2 Luten, S. D a 175 LaCeldo Hotel A. A. KImbro guardian for Phillip morning. "What did Puffer do?" 19 Cotton, J. A. & Co.... tin shop rea Ledwldgo, Jas Ism Webster. "He was so affected be went out Incorporated 5 3 Drug Storo 'Mrs. I. D. Prlco roturned from Un- 67 Cowglll'8 F. D. Attoborry, guardaln for Ava and spent twice as much as he usual. rea B rea ly does for lunch." ion City yesterday. She again takes 293 Curlln, Dr. P. 413 Mays, Jas i 8wuat. offlco 2 Moore, Frank S Cffico 292 Curlln, Dr. P. B charge of tho Price Houso, which has Bryant Williams was nppolnted ov res Creed, John 473 Morrow, T. H.... Browns vlllo boon run by Claronco Graham for Qroatly Embarrassed. erseer of tho flrat Bcctlon of Uiy 39 City Mayor's Office .. rea 322 McMullln, Henry "Time hung heavy on his haade. several months. ee and Alexander road. rea rea 323 Collins, G. L McDanlol, M. A presented by Adam you sayT" 423 A petition waa res 41 5 Maddox, J. S Chief of Pollco Linton, of Fulton, 1432 Curlln, Dr. C. W res "Yes. When dotccUvea caugit him Semonea, of Union City, to open ft rea with another man's watch it hug so lms resigned nnd. Bailoy Huddloston 55 Cantlllon, Joo now rood to begin ut tho farm of rea 412 Nlpp, W. A heavy on his hands ho fain vould was elected to tho position. Mr. Bros, nnd over their land nnd res dropped it." Is Sheriff Johnson's dep- 132 Dodds Co., J. F. & S. L... Office 28 Newton, Jas. C Huddleston Carter, W. D. Sow-el- l. havo the land of 12. County Jail cotton gin 31 Noonon, Joo uty for tho oast ond of tho county. 35 Driver, Chas. S Adam Sonioneu. Mrs. Edwards. Diagnosing Hlo Case. 452 Dodds & Cantlllon lako resl.. 41 1 Polner & Carpenter .storo Chaa. Noonon and Hnimn and Sam D. B. Wilson has had 28 head of 34 Dodds, W. A. Office "Aro you going to operate on taat res Stnto Road. Beckham to mules Impounded by tho city twice ig Davis. B. T res 32 Pholps, Geo of yourar paUont rea 422 Patterson, C. S yet." regular In tho past weok. At tho "I have not docldod Res. Davis. A. W., Mgr. Real estate "When nre you going to decldaT" rates of 75c a head for each tlmo, 85 Dodds, S. L res 59 Peoples Bank res Pollock, Eugeno "As soon as I havp lookod him t? this brings Mr. Wilson's pound bill 39 Dillon, Tom, Sr N. D. Morris to D. A. Klnnoy, lot oilico 442 restau'ut 33 Pounds, Andy In Bradstreota." up to about tho biggest yet. In Fulton, $760. res 47 2Davle, Woodborry rea 453 Powell, O. B D. A. Klnnoy to Mre. D. E. Tuck, Changs. ...rea A Complete Fred Otterson. a river man employ 13 3 Edward, W. A res 50 Prather, Dr. II. E or, lot in Fulton, $2250. res Plant, Jako "You need a mental rest. Stop dls- - Cti uv Mm Rlvor Coal Company, waa C3 Ellison Bros grocery 611 T. N. Dollow to A. C. Bellow, 11 . cussing pennant prospects, assaulted, and brutally munlored Sat- noroa land, $440. Hea. Rice, N. L. "But, docto irday night In McCann'a saloon, by 23 FultnD County Court It. T. Tylor to D. . B. Wilson 784.18 Storo O 14 Rice, "No argumont, now. Talk golf for an- mes White, proprietor oi a 17 Farmers Gin & Grain Co.. offlco noroa land for 149 acrea land near awhile instead of baseball." Res. Spoight, R. H at Cairo. White escaped after 24 Farmers & Merchants Bank .... Mabel and $9955. t--t shooting, and it Is reported was re3 491 Sexton, J. C Henry Dcivls to Tyler Davis,' land She Was Pleased. by a quar- Storo nenr Cayco, $4000. 432 Graves, C, seeeeeeeeeeeeee res 77 Smith & Amborg was serenaded. In at.atcd to corsa tho river A Missouri bollo res shop 13 2 Stahr, Elvis Gray, R. L 81 Mre. Lou Hostor to J. B. Dallohlto, telling about It later she said: "I don't to'V of woll known Calroltcs. ! Storo res or. Snilhnrrv W. TV Gray, R. L lot In Rlcovillo, 92C. think thoro la nothing nicer than to jclvil servlco examination wlllbo 41 1 Gsorge, Chaa Rea. Self, Tom rea Richard Dookor to Jainea Sanger, be woken up at night by vocal heliat tho postofflco in Hickman, on Offlco 1 Southern Express Co I)t 217 in East Hlckmnn. Sat Way, Oct. 22, for rural route carlivery EllralMh FolU to W. P. Felts nnd Dept 4C Stahr, Stovo rier. lOn account of the death of B. 21 Hickman Courier .... News rea Speor, W. C son. lota In- - Fulton, ?1S00. 12 Hickman Packing Co. .....Office 492 D. Libgford, a carrier will bo need rea Sweeney, S. N to J. J. Cruco, lot In Storo Jno. Lusk 10 Helm & Ellison for a Laugh. ed on ltouto No. 2. This will bo givStore Cav co. $100. 9 Hickman Drug Co Rea. Townsend, J. A en to the man passing Uio best , ... Mnry II. Kirk to Annio M. Brown, 20 Hickman Furniture Co Res. 4 i Townsend, Otis and second beat will bo lota Old Hlckmnn, $400. Rob. Townaend, James That is all that "Eth'opla," tho en- cllglbkto tho Job on tho now route 48 Hickman Ico & Coal Co.... office 4 1 Jno C. Yntea to Iowla Flolda, lot tertainment which tho Daughters of which J to bo established In tho 73 Hlokman Tin & Plumbing Co.... Rw. Store Wheeler, L. R 11 Hickman Hardware Co In Carr's addition to Fulton, $10 and tho Confederacy will present at tho bottom iotito No. C. re J res 421 Wilson, C. A otlior consideration. 18, waa com433 Harding, H. II... Lyrlo Friday night, Nov. roa Bynum to Jnko Aioxanuor, plied Wilson, Mrs. Allco 150 Hubbard & Blackford, Drs..oflco 421 Robt. Deo RAJS, a painter, aged 24, nnd for, and from tho roports of groccrv res 30 Wright, Ed lota In East Hickman, $G75. presented In Miss Est.l Parkor, aged 15, both of 2G Hubbard, Dr. J. M tho ontortnlnmont ns offlo 45 lWard, P C, Walnut Log Hotel J. J. Cruco to Alllo ntid Annlo neighboring cities, "Eth'opla" more this city, ero married at tho Court 07 Hickman Wagon Co In Cayco. $800. rei Wilson, Sam 66 Hickman Joint Stock Co.... gro 433 Thomaa, houso nnd lot to bo Houso Mo'iay by Judgo Naylor. than, fills tho bill for it Is said rea 47 2 Williams, Artlo A. It Mllner to F. A. Thompson, ono of tho funniest affairsthnt ha3 Elsowhcii In this paper will bo 53 Hickman Bank re j 42 ncrea land, $2730. 473 Williams, Elvia many a day. nn a count of tho marriago of 3G Hickman Job Shop found struck this atato In roj 512 Watson, Frank Friday night, Oct. 21, thoro will bo John BalloAand Miss Nelllo Rico, 40 Hickman Bottling Works e rea ro 474 Wllllnms, Mrs. A. B. Harper, W. J. School which statotjthnt thoy woro married 322 Bulte'a Excollenco is tho namo of nn cntortalnmont at Fair Viow Proceeds in Union Cly. Tills is an error as our new, high grade flour, guaranteed House, given by tho pupils. In Hickman. Your will bo used In purchasing books for they wero nirricd at tho homo of to be the best Mrs. Capps n East Hickman, by money back If not satisfied. Betters-wort- h tho library. You nro invited to Judgo W. A, laylor. A Prather. rrrrr yytttvvttfvvtttttttt Wright nnd daughter Johnson, E. D....DeBow Farm Cafo Jones, Percy Bos. 441 C 3 Ballow, R. B Johnson, W. T re3 Res. 22 Johnson, W. C res C 4 Ballow, A. L. (Dutch) res 143 3 Johnson, E. D res 3 4 Ballow, J. W Boa. Ballow, W. O -1 livery res 37 Ivlmbro, A. G 131 Bonthol, V. D rea King, Norria 95 Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co... store 38 Botteraworth & Prather ....Storo 52 Leggatc, livery J. P ro 423 Anderson, W. O res 415 90 42 3? ry a l1 i r' i V 33 .,. 42 l. ln, 43 82 62 Just 31 43 35 I ! i Try the Courier's Want CoIumnlc per word Hjwp ""flTr THE HICKMAN COURIER "Cowh Talks About Levees. SPEER Western Kentocki VielheVtvt" & SEXTON. PUBLISHERS ike av-rc- T Subscription Taken Tho United States Department of Agriculture has Just published and Is Rates, $1.00 per year distributing through its weather bureau stations, a booklet wrltton by Forecaster Emery, entitled "Missisto Hickman. sippi lUvor Lovees and Their Effect on Itivor Stages During Flood Tho pamphlot Is ono of tho most comprohunslvo or its kind ever put out by the department and displays complete familiarity on tho part of tho wrltor with tho Mississippi river ieveo system, its object and what it Is accomplishing. (&m& wBy JJnlike I 4yfTtttTtrttttTtTtTTT'rTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTT..T. I "? m T,,......,.........,., , Notice to the Public! ". I X $1 $! Will Allen and Eallnn Smith, colored, who wore arrested sovoral days ago charged with having set flro to and burned a box car on Buda Switch were given and preliminary trial Saturday before Magistrate It. A. Brow-do- r After hearing the evidence tho accused, tho court ordored thorn held until tho January term of tho Fulton Circuit Court. Iloth prisoners, being unable to luako boud in tho sum of $100, woro taken to Hickman jail Sunday by Dcptuy Sheriff Huddtoston. Fulton Lwader. $? Look and read carefully. It will pay you to visit the BLUE FRONT STORE in West Hickman, managed by Moses, the Jew. Goods as fresh as the moning dew, that are sold by Moses, the Jew, will give you some idea of the money can be saved: Sans Pariel Flour, the best ever made, per sack. High Patent Columbus Star $! ! Af tor giving a history of tho growth of tho levee systom and pointing out the vast amount of fcrtilo lands that Is annually being reclaimed through tho agoncy of tho lovees, tho writer shows that whllo tho floods In tho river reach n higher stago than they did when tho "Father of Waters" was allowed to run whero It pleased Prescriptions taken to Cowglll'a to run, tho water passos out to tho Drug Store will be- prepared by J. W. gulf much qulckor, tho length of the Cowglll or H. N. Cowglll, both of period for approximately the samo whom are REGISTERED volume of wator being reduced at Memphis, Helenn, Hickman and Cairo, by at least ono third. - t t t t t t 1 75c G8c G2c ! Straight Flour . Best Wheat Bran, per 100 lbs The best Light Coal OH, per gal Best Northern Irish Potatoes, per bus ! .1.25 -- 10c , .85c Rockefeller's Bays he would not tell a lis Nor mould I; A. Carrerle wants te spell Onaw and gnat anj knee and knell In simple manner. Well, No do I. So am fond of pis I; Have you ever gotten such prices as these in Hickman or anywhere else ? have quit the wholesale business I want to give my customers advantage of wholesale prices. Uomo merchants are kicking about the this but If you will stay with Mo tee the Jew he will give you tho benefit of wholesale price. Now I am going to give the man, woman or child $10.00 In gold as a Christmas present who buys and pays cash for the largest amount of goods. Who knows but you will be the one to get this Christmas pre, watch guaranteed by ent. Or I will give Instead of the gold a Schlenker, the Jeweler. Come and see me and whisper In my ear and I will know you want a bargain and then you will get a bargain in all kinds of merchandise. My prices are no seccret but como and see me and save money. As I 25-ye- it tt tt :: xx tt tt O tt T I guarantco all plumbing and tinning I do. If the work don't come Tho Schubert Symphony Club, of up right and I can't you Chicago, will givo a concert at tho wo will cheerfully do tho Job over Lyric, in Hickman, Oct. 26, for tho Just like any other plumber. Cotton. benefit of Iho Ladles Aid Society. out-tal- k Put I wonder why It is That for mo Money doesn't fairly whin. For you see I possess their noted traits But Damn Fortune hesltatos And I'm waltlntf at her gates For tho key. Rockefeller's tall and bald t?o am I; By dyspepsia he Is mauled So am I: And they say that Mr. Schwab Sometimes leaves bis little Job Just to wateh a fishing bob 8o do I. t I ? 1 f. Jhhhhhhhhbh E. R. Ellison's h 1 BLUE FRONT, ttTT?TTTFTTt Harrlman likes palace cars So do I; Morgan favors black cigars So do I; West Hickman, XDES'r Ky. n M Cecil Rhodes, they say, would swear When he bumped Into a chslr That he didn't know was there So will I. CASH STORE Is the best place to buy What I cannot understand Fortune Honest Mose P. S. If you trade for cash as much as $10.00 worth at one time I will make' you a present of the Hickman Courier for one year In order that you may read my advertisement and save your money by buying from me. It will not be my fault If you do not trade with mo but youwlll lose money If you do not. Do as you like. tt : H ? Then, I why roust, on every hand. Pass me by I've rich John D's appetite. Uke Carnegie I would write. But X can't be like them quit. Hence this sigh. WILBUR D. NE8BIT. T t i t Good Goods at GETS READY FOR TRIALS Low Prices This store sells for SPOT CASH to all alike, and for that reason can afford to make lower prices than is customary in any credit store. It well pay you well to come to our store and look through the varied offerings in all departments. You will find many special selections in all lines at BARGAIN PRICES, and throughout the stock you will find in nearly every item, State's Attorney Burke of Sagamon County, Illinois, Makei Final Preparations. Springfield, I1L, PRISONERSKILL AND FLEE Venezuelans Burn Prison After Slay. Ing Several Guards Another Revolution Prophesied. Wlllomstad, Oct 11. The American atoamshlp Merlda whloh has arrived from Maracalbo, r1nK news of a revolt In San Carl' s prison, noar Maracalbo. The prisoners burned the prison and killed several otflolala. Including the warden, who war a brother of Prosldont Gomez. AH tho prisoners are said to be at large. A gunboat has been sent to the sceue of the trouble. It If thought the cscapo of those prisoners may moan very shortly a revolutionary movement In Venezuela, pa thoy in. cludo many prominent mon of tho CaBtro party who wero sent to tho dungeons In August, 1903. Oct, 1L Final prep DAILY DIET HINTS dr off. r. x Aiuw F(v4 St4ll(t. SBBSBSSJSIBBBBBBBliasleaaBaSSBSSJBSSSIS Special Club Offer, Tho Courier baa mado BETTER GOODS FOR THE SAME MONEY in the Sangamon county circuit court are being made by State's Attorney Burke. Tho case against Senator John Broderick of Chicago, charged with bribing Senator 0. W. Holulaw of Iuka to Toto for Senator William Larimer will bo set for trial Tuosday. Tho caso against Senator S. C. Pemberton and Representative Joseph Clark, charged with conspiracy, will bo tried Monday, October 17. Tho trials of Minority Leader Leo O'Nell Browne Representative Robert E. Wilson, Frank J. Traut and Louis D. Hlrschalmer will follow the B k case. rod-cric- arations for tho trial of bribery cases a clubbing d:jlstion larqcly MlihTAL PROCESS. A dog wae so treated that feed oeuld be prevented from passing Into the itomach or could be conveyed to the stomach wliheut first being masticated. When food which the dag liked was eaten and the same oonveyed to the stomach, it was well and quickly digest ed; when the same ood was masticated and another which the dog did nit relish was conveyed to his stomash It was well digested; and whin a food which hn did not care for was given the hungry dog, and an equal portion of that which he relished was put In the stomach it was not readily digested. This proves that digestion Is very largely a mental process and that, as the writer has contended, the remarkable results obL Ined by elaborate mastication aro not due so much to the mechanical reduotlon of the food or to the chemical effect of the saliva on starch In the mouth, which Is really slight, but to tho psychological or mental effect due to contact, stimulating taste, In the mouth. It shows the Importance of slow eating and the danger of the "quick lunch." arrangement whoroby wo aro enabled to offer our readers tho bent proposition thoy have ever hod la the way of a general supply of reading mat-tr- . Hwo It la road it: Tho Hickman Courier, your county paper, giving you all tho news of tho county, regular rice $1.00. Home and Farm, the South's pret- est agricultural paper, for a full year, regular price 60c. Uncle Remus Home Magazlne,Joel Chandler Harris paper, especially for Southern people, regular price S1.00. Good Housekeeping, the best magazine published for the home and housewife, regular price $1.60. Th Evening Post, a dally news, paper devoted to the best Interests of Kentucky, equal to any dally In tho state, 3 months, regular price Is Here yuo have a valuo of S5.25. Send us $2.00 and we will send you tho whole outfit Dut this offer Is NOT good after Nov. 1, 1910. Choked to Death by Shlrtbind. Hartford, Conn., Oct 11. A stiffly THE SAME GOODS FOR LESS MONEY starched shirt bosom and neckband PACKAGES OF MONEY GONE choked Frank Johnson to death MW surely as a hangman's rope could could have dono It. He fell asleep In Express Officials In 8t Louis Are Mystified Over a buggy and bis head fell to his You are invited to come in at any time stay a3 breast. When his shirt was taken off long as you like and make us show you whether St. Louis. Oct 11. Ofilelala and a deep, red Impression circled John-son- 's neck as if a rope had been detectives of tho Pacific Express com-panyou want to buy or not. In this city are swoatlng emdrawn tight arousd It with great ployes in nn effort to solve tho seemfore. ingly unexplalnablo mvstov of how thro packages of money containing J9.000 apjlroxlmately disappeared Tho nicest lino of domestic and im- wallo being shipped from St. Louis Mrs. W. A. Naylor visited Cayco ported fruits you over saw at Jones. tof Fort Worth, Tex. Take out that insurance today. You may bo next to burn out. Kennedy, relatives this week. Messeneer Sharpo, who had charcn Stanlslaw Bender, who was fined or me car in which the money was the Insurance Man. Read our special offer and quit $5 for saying "damn" in court, prob lorwaraen, lias been questioned at tho borrowing tho Courier. ably wont outside and gave utteranco company's Union station offlco, but Mrs. Fopo Herring, of Union City, dcsorlp-- f tne disappearance of tho raonoy has visited her daughter, Mrs. T. T. Mrs. Ella Hendorson Is visiting St to about ?400 worth of terms not yet been accountod for. tho of his Honor. Swayiie, tho latter part of uast week. Louis relatives this week. ClWif'jIU, ta. ly Jam pit U. Uuwles. Kills Son Who Defends Mother. In renewing his subscription to th Henry Amberg and R. T. Tyler Mrs. Stella Hall, of Dorena. was Marshall, Mo., Courier, Davis Spillere, of Cabool Armstrong, alleged Oct. 11. William spent several days tills week on Mr. hero this week shopping. bootlegger, who 51o writes: "I am always glad was released a fow days ago from tho Tyler's bottom farm and on No. 0 Henry Wheeler and wife, of near got tho dear old homo paper to county Jail, quarreled with his wife. Lake. what my old friends aro dolnj, in Fay Conway, 14 years old, Inierforred. Union Olty, wero hero Monday. Your Prescription Mrs. Maggie Randle, Mrs. S. M. Armstrong struck him on tho head Kentucky." Cypress Shingles, with a stick and the boy died a fow a thousand nt Hubbard and Miss Anna Outten are is safe with us Ono hundred nnd-fordollais for nours later. Armstrong was Jailed. in Louisville attending tho stnto con- mill. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. street car tickets; J237.6C for vention of tho Daughters of tho ConMrs. Edith RJce, of Woodland, visPrince and Princess to Wed. S429.GG for soap and brushfederacy. In having any prescription ited Mrs. 8. K. Davidson this week. Brussels, Oct. 11. The bans of the es. These aro a fow of tho smjll ex marriage of Prlnco Victor Napoleon or medicinal recipe filled Tho first mile of the right-of-waIf you want to buy a farm or town penditures of tho stato department and Princess Clomontino of Belgium on tho new railroad was cleared yesof tho government in 190? Tho wero published. The wedding will here. Remember that we property, call at the Courier office. terday morning, and Mr. Bondurant horseshoeing item is a gen as a toko pjace about the middle of Nouse only the purest and says he is now ready to receive bids T. A. Prather. Sr.. and wlfo. of Bittnplo of Iho much boaull Tiift vember at the Chateau of Mont from for any part of Stato Line, wero hero Monday freshest drugs and medi;onomy. Claire, noar Turin. policy of the dirt work. Somo of this has alTho item of S273.CC refer to tho cines we can get. All preready been let and by tho end of tho shoeing of four horses for mo year. Mrs. Lon Naylor and Httlo daughscriptions are filled by a week dirt will bo flying all along tho Tho COUniER for tho nowa. ter visited in Cayco first of tho J. N. Lusk has been oj tho sick lino. registered pharmacist, J. C. Telephone No. 4 for bettor meats week. list but is ablo to be "ebut" again. groceries. Ellison. Mrs. J. M. Reid. Mrs. Jesslo Dillon Tho employes of tho Chicago Mill and W. S. Ellison, Vifo and llttlo daugh and Miss Alllo Dodds woro elected as & Lumber Co., at Cairo, Jiavo struck Just received a big sample lino of delegates from tho local chapter, U. ter, went to St. Louis, Sunday, to for an Increase in pay. Tho mill 13 suspenders, collars, tics and men's spend a week. D. C to the National Convention ot shut down ponding an Answer from hoso at Sullivan Bros, now storo. & memLittle Rock, Ark. Any of the Mill Shaw, Paul Shaw and wife andihdQuarters at Chlcagi Tho wages Those will bo sold at half prico. bers of tho local chapter who would Miss Leila Shaw, wero hero Sunday of tho men woro cut a ut two years llko to attend tho convention are re- from Stato Lino. ngo with a promlso tfit they would Tho cases of tho mon indlctodfor quested to notify Mrs. W. A. Dodds, bo restored when tles got bettor, participating in tho lynching of tho an tho delegates elected may not be Miss Margaret Bransford, of Union and Uio mon decided o wait no long two negroes at Charleston In July Save from Jl to ?2 a thousand and ablo to go and special rntes on the City, visited Miss Estollo Reneau a er for tho Increase P"! demanded it wore postponed to a special term of got a better shingle direct from our few dayB last week. railroads aro granted delegates. court on. December 12. n0w. Four hundredjaro affectod. mill. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. u Tl Dlsap-pearanc- e, y tei '''i ' "t?t ' '' i' i"t M"! Heard On the Streets iiiii ) iiiiiiiiiii i i;ti Fresh Oysters. Jones. Orocerles at Moore's. Watch for tho bluo mark on your Courier, ty fcrso-shoein- g, Ilobt Saddler, of last wook. MarMn, ws Iiop y Mrs. John Byasseo, of Dorena. was horo Monday, Mrs. S. M. Hubbard is visiting relatives in Louisville. Do your painting now. Warren's Paint best by every teat W. A. Dodds. Itov. II. J. ColKor loaves tomorrow for Paducah to spond several days at tho Masonic lodgo ot instruction. Mrs. M. H. Powell orders her paper changed from Hlslng Fawn, Oa., to St. IJiils, Mo. Helm Ellison Frank M. Lupton, presldont of tho F. jr. Lupton Company. Incorporat ed, publishers of tho People's Homo Journal, and millionaire, committed sulcldo by cutting his throat In the bathroom of his homo in Brooklya. K. I taction of Kmituckr "-- FOLKS NOW LIV1UO In Kullon county will toll you Hint wo prim moio locnl new tlmn mijr oilier imimr In llili I THE HICKMAN COURIER. TBOm. .SBOTON A BLUE MARK HEFE 4 mtnni tbat your ub criptlon bit ezplrod Henew promptly If ynn want the papertocone to yoa nftflr this mon h Wi nBrUSlnL tbB tba P"!S tkB CommBTcial maaan "P Mo Hill of Success, The Courier has a Spankln' Good Team. Grease the Hxles of Your Wagon. Did Man, and Let's Hiich Lp WHOLE HO. ri oldi;bt paper in western kentooky volume no. a J. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1910. 9(1911 ESTABLISHED IK THE TEAR lHBIr CONTRACT LET FOR RAILROAD m Bondurant & Mozley Get Contract For G. M. & G. Into Hickman. Must be Work SMITH & AMBERG 3 Clearing Right-of-W- ay Begun Monday, Grading Finished Jan. 1st. Laying Steel on Part of Line. Fall Always Brings, the New Things 11 MIL rzi WE GET THE O ( " The first information on Fall Styles as shown by coats and suits from Bischof now on display in our windows and coat department. Shoulders are to be small and narrow, skirts scant and clinging the effect strlved for throughout Is slender, straight and girlish as can be. We have never had simpler styles nor styles of more refinement and charm. Collars are Important. No two are alike. Many are formed from two cloths, are much trimmed, and are the dominant note In both coats and suits. Each skirt has some Individual cut to Its panels often the same scheme being carried out In the short, narrow jacket. The severly tailored suit promises to be more than ever In evidence. And It Is remarkable how effective these Bischof sutts are when trimmed only with the cloth Itself. becoming one of the features In outdoor apparel. They are used constantly for motoring driving traveling and are now belrg adopted for ordinary streeet usage. Materials are many of rough weaves, In somber tones but trimmed In smooth cloths and rich embroideries. Broadcloths will be good The smartest materials are homeepuns rough tweeds, Dark blue and cheviots. serge Is always good. '.3l V The vogue for top coats, that positively envelop one, Is Increasing and Is rapidly SEE THIS OPENING DISPLAY. LET US SHOW YOU THE NEW IDEAS IN COATS AND SUITS. In 18S5, a contract was let for the building of a railroad Into Hickman Railroad, alnc the old Hlckman-Obloabsorbed by the N. C. &. St. L. When that road was contracted ft was built. n In all these yean another railroad has never boon contracted until thl week, although a score or more have been almost ready to let their con- tracts. We now have the second ono con- tracted. C. T. Dondurant, of this city, and W. L. Mozley, of Memphis, have been awarded the contract to clear the rlght-f-waand do the grading for the last ten miles of the Chicago, Memphis &. Gulf railroad Company's new road from Tlptonvllle, Tenn., to Hickman. y Detweeen the Fulton county line and Hickman, a big gang la employ ed In laying the ties and steel, and will be ready for this end ere our As stated In a former article In contractors finish their work. this paper, the dirt work has been It Is our understanding that the completed from Tlptonvllle up to the new road will use, by mutual agreeFulton county line. This leaves ten or eleven miles to finish, or ment, the N. C. A. St L. yard, terfrom the county line to West Hick- minals and tracks here until they can man. The road will tap the N. C. & make arrangements for a tultablo loSt. L. road about where the oil mill cation for their depots, etc This Is with done for the reason that the new stood. All of the the exception of two pieces, has been road will be built on to Metropolis, Condemnation proceedings Ills., and at present they are not secured. have been Instituted to get through able to determine what terminal lothese places, and will not cause any cation will best serve their futuro Interests. delay In the work. right-of-wa- Mr. Dondurant says he will deliver the goods right on the dot. They already have a big force of men at work clearing the ground, and grading will start this or tho first of next week. sive side at any price when It comes to a show-dow- Jl .M The contract specifies that this work must be completed on or before Jan. 1, 1911 or within the next two and one-hal- f months. This Is a very limited time, It would seem, but Col. 8. L. Dodds, after having sold some of his bottom property, generthrough ously gave the the remainder of his fine bottom farm rather than be any hindrance to a good thing for Hickman. 6. L. will always be found on tho progres right-of-wa- The railroad company Is to be con- WiAmLiW its government levee In Lake county), and has the reputation of doing things himself. They will make a good team, and there Is no danger of iny delay In their part of the work. Mr. S. Granger Latta, president of )he road, who Is personally known to a number of our business men, Is J "I A gratulated upon securing the services of Mr. Bondurant In connection with the construction work. He Is a hustler and will push It through. His partner, Mr. Mozley, Is a successful leeo contractor (now working on the ,'f U i i J 4 jMMMMW llllll SEN. BOB TAYLOR ? I I , y- - Ladies Like Millinery Sjfe That Is Different We have an exquisite stock of Hats, embracing every new style feature for Fall in Ballow Rice. H I fir rr f 1 Dress, Tailored and Street Hats a clever, every-dasort of a fellow, but at the same time a brainy, levelheaded business man, who will be found always striving for the best Interetts of his patrons. It Is a source of great satisfaction to know that we have just such a man on the head of the new road. All Interests will receive like attention. y flWf,m Who, last Thursday, was for the third time nominated for Governor by the Democrats of Tennessee, as predicted by the Courier. Will he win? Tho Courier failed last week to mention tho mnrriago of two of our prominent young peoplo Miss Nan-nlHIco and John Ballow. They to Union City, whoro Uioy were quietly married Tuesday. Tho bride is n daughter of N. L,. Wee, who Uvea a few miles south of town and ono of tho most prosperous and prominent farmers In' this section. Mr Callow Is connected with tho Home Telepnono Co. Tho brido Is 13 und tho groom 23. Congratulations. Sonator Bon Tillman, of South Carolina, who was thought to bo in such a precarious stato of health ho would certainly retlro from politics, announc cs that ho will bo a candidate to hlmsolf In 1912. suc-ceo- o ' and all priced at moderate figures. Hata are a specialty with us. Children's I SMITH & AMBERG mmmssmmmmmmam The spjculative feature of at least one new railroad Is a thing of the past. Within another year, we believe that Hickman will have two new roads 'n operation, a levee In West Hlckmin and monster freight steamers and fast packets plying the Mississippi rver, operated by the Mississippi Va'ley Transportation Co. f i d ft Remember Hickman." the slogan, Warren's Paint tho heaviest; covRemember wo bavo moved "Greater ers more surface the best paint sold rarily Into tho Barry building. In Hickman. tempoHick- W. A. Dodds. man Plumbing & Tinning. i jMtjyjpjUaiJjggllttsjViiwLj!!! litM&A. 9U . MMMirMMMMMMM'77M,IM'"',M1M" THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covers Wtsttrn Keatackt like the "Dca" A NOVELIST SAYS THAT AMERICAN WIVES SPEND THEIR UVES IN IDLENESS SPEER &. SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Rates, $1.00 'Subscription per year Here Are Four Selected Offerings StmJBri Si kWPte A well. born man is always a mother's boy, and all groat men Lave not been afraid to be called "mother's boy." Would you stunt tho growth of your child? Then do not try to stunt tho growth of your town. Help It to grow to a city llko you would have low Ml 'VtlTENv I Nil ilL. A FK&SPw litfnBsi tSSeW I $15.00, $18.00, $20.00, $22.50 In Fashionable Suits for Men You may have fixed the limit for your Fall suit at one of these prices. If you have, you will be glad to know thnt 'we have prepared n showing of suits at just these figures thnt arc unequalled oi "- -'' your child grow to bo a man. You will grow with it and be broader and greater than you over dreamed of. Do something for the community and your profit will be greator than tho uct. . There is a charity which consists la withholding words, in abstaining from speech if to speak Is to condemn. Such charity hears tho tale of slander but does not repeat it; listens In silence, but forbears comment; thou locks the unpleasant secret up in tho very depths of tho heart. Silence can we will mako ono. The man who gets utlll rumor. It is speech that keeps the blues and who Is thoro who doos a story alive and lends vigor to it. not got them? Is a most unfortunate creature. Ton minutes after the attack begins ho has concluded that ho The poor man imagines that 100,-00- 0 is tho most abused man on the face would make him a man without of tho earth. Every persou In town annoyance for the balance of his life, is working against him ho knows It and the man with three or four mil- and it is no uso to deny the fact. If lions suicides because of tho loss of the unfortunate man is married, ho ono million. Your misery Is mostly wreaks his disgust upon his wife, tho in your mind. Remember that Uie baby and the cow. picture appears very much according to the glass through which you see It. and yet the lines of the picture are Cheerfulnoss! How sweot in infancy fixed and tho modifying power of tho how lovely in youth, how saintly is. gloss is limited as compared to your old ago! There are a few noblo nacontrol over your emotions. Be cir- tures whoso very presence carries cumstanced as you may, there will bo sunshlno with thorn whoreevor they enough ragged edges In your life to go; a sunshine means pity for tho keep you in a perpetual fret and fume poor, sympathy for tho suffering, help If you so will It. Within limited for the unfortunate, and benignity bounds it is not what you have, or toward all. How Buch a face onllv-on- s every other face it meets, and lac kit Is not what you are or would like to be, that makes you cheerful carries into ovory company vivacity and a source of happiness to those and Joy and gladness! But tho scowl who must be with you. It is the way and frown, begotten In a selfish heart you take things; a power within your and manifesting Itself In daily, alself, almost independent of all oxter-na- l most hourly fretfulncss, complaining, affairs and surroundings. There fault finding, angry criticisms, spiteIs no position and no station In lifo ful comments, on the motives and acIn which many mon and women would tions of others, how thoy thin tho cheek, shrivel the face, sour and not be thoroughly miserable. No Joy in sadden tho countenance! tho heart, nobility In the sour, no Tie foundation of society rests on generosity in tho nature; tho wholo Its homo. The success of the home character as cold as an iceberg, as rests on tho wives. Therefore, first hard as an Alpine rock, as arid as of all teach our girls how to be suc tho "waste of Sahara! Reader, which cessful wives. Begin early to train of these countenances aro you cultitheir character. Teach them that vating? Jealousy is an immorality and gossip a vice. Train them to keop tho smallest promise sacredly and to speak of Tyler McAdoo, son of W. T. of Fulton, wus killed by an I. people only as they would speak to C. train near Covington, Tonn., Tuesthem. Teach them to look for tho best qualities in everyone they meet, day night nnd the mangled body was and to notico other people's faults found near tho railroad track WedTho youug man, only to avoid them. Train thoin to nesday morning. who was a restaurant clerk, was supdo small things well and to delight In l. piping others, thnt sacrifice made posed to be on his way homo from tor other's pleasures is a means of Jackson, Tcnn. fcoul development. Once glvon a firm A privato watchman and a constafoundation of character llko this, ble at London settled an old grudge which tho poorest as well as the rich- by shooting each other to death, last est parents can give to their girls, Tuesday. and no matter what necessity arises they will bo able to rise above it. Mc-Ado- ii .ML?1 S5 HEKff , H. .;-- : Come here now while the display is at its best nnd you'll find ju3t whnt you wnnt. The vnri-et- y of patterns is complete, the tailoring and workmanship the best and the styles are distinctive nnd individunl. am l.-' THERE :. ?. Fall Overcoats and Raincoats This is the time to treat yourself to n Fall coat. Whether you want an overcoat or a rnincont we can attend to your wants, and we'll be glad to show you the styles whether you want to buy now or Inter. r j v fly - Hov. 11. J. Gelger has been on the sick list thin woek. Bee When In noed of fire Insurance, Anchor Kennedy. SPECIAL OFFER: Post cards, 5c & Ellison. world-beate- a dozen. Helm Our 20c coffco Is a r W. S. Peck & Co. Clothing We call your attention particularly to the W. S. Peck it Co. Clothing. It is not high priced, although it is unsurpassed by any other clothing. It is mndc from pure wool fabrics exclusively, is perfectly tailored and hns a style that gives the wearer distinction. We want you to sec this choice merchandise. County Attorney J. W. Roney and wlfo wore In Union City, Tuesday. All prescriptions taken to Helm & Ellison's are filled by "Clint" Ellison nobody olso. Paint your house. sell the best paint on the market Dont wait. W. A. DODDS. Suits & Overcoats I At $10.00 $12.50 and $13.50. The choicest fabrics nnd most attractive styles, best tailoring. FOUND: Some good U. S. money. Ownor can havo It by describing It and paying for this notico. Judgo H. F. Remloy has purchased Dr. C. W. Curlln's lot In Southern Heights, paying $426 for it. Tho report of tho secretary of the Stato Board of Health of Tonnusseo tfliows that 105 cases of pellagra wore reported In May, June, July and August, BALTZER & DODDS D. G. CO. INCOItl'OItATED d HI-gin- The mother who brings her children up in truthfulness and sobriety to useful spheres, and who looketh well to the ways of hor household when the passing of time has left tho frosts of winter in hur hair, and the beauty of youth Is fled, then is aho worthy of all honor. To our mind, no nobler epitaph to a woman's memory could bo wrltton that that she has been a good wife and mother. "Tho sanctity of the nmrrlago relation must not bo broken by divorce," says seedy sentiment, no matspecter of ter though the bruises, wounds, perhaps of a fearful death, may hang over the head of tho victim, she should walk unswervingly by the side of tho desplsable brute wjiose brawny hand, norved by rum or reasonless passion, may at any timo htrlko down her frail form. Tho man who lays his hand upon a woman, savo In tho way of kindness, deserves no companion but eternal banishment from her very presence. over-prose- Mm vL-s- I H. C. Burch, of Dllssvilio, Ark., ens son of W. A. Tho fouryoar-olcloses a dollar and says keep "his and wlfo died at the homo of Am al- his parents In Bast Hickman, Saturlotter from homo ways anxious to got my Courier." day. Tho little fellow died of Alright friend. from which he suffered only Spencer Vreoland returned to his about two wks. llurlal took place home at Lake Leo, Miss., after a at tho City Cemetery Sunday. visit of sovaral days with old Hick W. II. Jon., of this city, dld at man friends. Ho was a flshorman in his homo on SepU 20. A congnsUve this city until eight years ago. chill caused his death, after u tfcra II. Creon, one of our old citizens, days' Ulnoftg. llurlal took ptaoe at was carried to Memphis, Sunday, for Ilrowtiuvllle, SepU SO. Doconsod was medical treatment. Ho seems to bo 39 years old and is survlvod b) Me suffering with a very stubborn easy wlfo nnd two step children nnd a of rheumatism, and has been confin- brother, ed to his bed for sovoral wooks. LOST On Sunday between Hick-na- n and Cayce on state road, a hand pocket, containing two pairs of gold rimmed spectacles and one little pocket book containing fifty odd cenU and one note of sixty odd Finder will be rewarded if reis turned to this office. pnou-monl- Tmu U bllHed to Im tht world record wan made in tlu cure of .i nww of lockjaw at Milwaukee wh.i I1I.6 uittts of antitoxin acruin wexi Tho Courier hna nwdo a clubbing injected Into the body or 0rald arrnngeratint wheroby we ore enabled IhilHwiH. ajttd 17. a senior at Mat to offer our renders the host prop tuette AcMdomy. Hitherto, nn onllr osition they havo ovor had in tho way ary do Is MO tinHs, or thn-- tea of a general supply of reading mat- epooMfNlii. The chm grow out i.f ter. Here it l road It: yosnu Sullivan's running a sliver Into his Wg too. The Hlekmnn Courier, your county paper, giving you all the news of the county, regular rice $1.00. Special Glob Offer, o Home and Farm, the South'sgret-es- t agricultural paper, for a full year, regular price 60c. Power-Ove- r t I THIS the famous Mk Presto m W M " - II H3h& I -- JLs ?Mi W m W '! ll 1$ NKi Collar afei?lf I c&M I If l as made by the Uncle Remus Home Magazlne.Joel Chandler Harris paper, especially for Southern people, regular price $1.00. Good Housekeeping, the best magazine published for the noma and housewife, regular price $1.50. Th Evening Post, a dally news-papdevoted to the best Interests Guy Halo has boon elected asnljrt-aa- t of Kentucky, equal to any dally In Cashier of tho Peoples Hank, of the state, 3 months, regular price Is this city. Mr. Halo is a young man $1.25. 0f high standing, possesses tho nec Here yuo have a value of $5.25. essary qualifications and will cortnl li ly provo satisfactory to all. Ho re Send us $2.00 and we will send signed a responsible position with you the whole outfit. Out this offer tho Mongol llox Co. to tnko this Is NOT good after Nov. 1, 1910. place. dol-(arer Illness Don't critlcUe your doctor became medicine preicrlbed by him fails to have the desired effect. The prescription 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 trjat have the power to overcome illness. Tested drugs only are used here, and skilled pharmacists do the compounding. You should have the best procurable when combating sickness. m x. a jf Tempers aro queer things anyway. Wo snap, and growl, and scold, and fume, and fret for no causo under the eun that wo know of and when trouble really comes wo smile and take it as unconcernedly as though it was tho most common place affair. We will sulk for a week over a sight that was all in our imagination and grow all tho madder becauso wo know that the whole matter is an invention of our own. Tho fact is, when we feel good, a cyclone can't spoil our equanimity, but if wo chanco to bo out of sorts and haro tho blues, wo aro going to got mad and stay mad and if we don't find any provocation -- The figure to the left snows tho collar down like an' ordinary overcoat, but imtMitaHi-ousl- y you can change it to look like the figure in the oral. It is like having 2 coats in one. SPECIAL NOTE The Presto collar is a patent! device used on many grades of overcoats, so be carefuj to order International tailoring. The name "Presto" does not protect you against inferiority of tailoring. International tailoring ONLY does THAT. w wk m International Tailoring Co. m m m It of New York and Chicago. m. k w Mi Note The Colic. m mi i I You can wear it both ays. O. I). Uond returned to his home In Memphis, Sunday, nfter siKitidlng several days In Hlekmnn. Mr. Doml Is opening up a now business addition to WeBt Hlckmnu, and guntlo-mo- n from sovoral different stntos, interested in tho now business lots, woro hero to look them ovor. All woro highly plonsed, and sovornl sales will follow, wo understand. Mr. McNear and party, government surveyors, woro in Uils city Friday morning. They are running somo linos In connoctlon with tho Wost Tonnewou drnlnago proposition and U. 8. Topographical data. Work on tho latter proposition has boon going on S5 years, and tho chief onglneor says they nro only half through with Uie work. Cowgill's Drug Store (Incorporated) Sheriff Johnson left Monday for Eddyvlllo with two prisoners for tho ponltentlary. They woro O. U WIggs sentenced to two years for obtaining money undo r false pretonsod. Ho was formerly a shoo salcsmnu uud resided In Hickman. Tho other vic tim was Tom Holmes, alias "Long Tom," a negro, who will do five years. Ho was convicted of the same offonso as Wiggs. Miasm Hallio and Hlancho Uyaasuo entertained Satunlay ovonlng at tholr tholr homo iiwir Columbus in honor of guoHt. Miss Ijnvorn Throlkold, of Hickman. Ilofreshmunta woro sorv ed nnd the young people had a most dollghtful time. Clinton Gazette Scientists tell us that horsps, In the Inst two thousand years, linvo developed from animals no larger than fox terriers. Woll, automobiles havo grown somo in thnt timo, too. A. M. TYLER Attorncy-at-Law Warren's Paint tho heaviest; covers more surface the best paint sold In Hickman. Will practice in all Courts of the State. ...Millet & Alexander... II. C. Ilarrott nnd family returned from Dawson, Ca Saturday, and will A Goorgla girl swallowed n gold mnko their homo in Hickman. tooth whllo in a dentist's chair, and now sho's suing tho dontlst for $10,-00Ueraombcr wo havo moved tempoEvidently she thinks tho dontlst rarily into tho Horry building. Hickman numbing & Tinning. ought to do tho coughing up. W. A. Oodds. Office with Judge B. T. Davis " x. .SECTION county will in KullonHint wtt print loll you tlmn morn local any other jmiHT in thl of Kentucky rctlon FOLKS HOW LIVING 1 THE HieKMAN COURIER. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team, Grease the Rxles of Your Wagon, so. A BLUE MARK HERE mean hftj expired Itenew promptly If you want the papartocoma to yon after this month that jonr Advertising is tho Team that Pulla the Commercial Uagnn up the Hill of Success. Ol.UI'.BT PAVBR IN WESTERN KENTDOKT 4 Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE NO. voluxf. 01 at HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1910. EBTABLI8HED IN THE TEAR ausii 1N5? (MtmMHIltitlHHt I TRUXTON I Your Clothes KING X Money of lu practices! In tho courso of his remarks Peter Drutus touched hastily upon tho subject of tho Jlttlo prince. "IIp'h not very bg." said he. with a laugh, "nnd It wou't require a very bis bomb to blow him to smithereens. Ho wiU- ""Stopr cried Olsa Platnnova, spring-Iii- r to her feet "I cannot listen to you! You shall not speak of It In that l Story of ....GraustarK. By GEORGE BARR MXUTCIiEON v T Z CepjrlfXI. I5fl. by Gear- i t v X If will go farther here than anywhere else. We say this thoughtfully, and not with the carelessness often used in making such statements. CryrifHt. im. tj ban. m4 Carnality OH-i-W-- H M(CutcKn lUrr Schoenbrun WOOL ALL 'i!aaBBiBrMV&0 ttJiBf5?BBa!BClar VOkn KaWl bbB I quer with a slnglo blow My noon of that day, the 2Gtb of July, tlio comu.it tee of ten will be in control of the state; Uio new regime will be nt hand. A new world will be begun, with Edelweiss as the center, about which all tho rest shall revolve. Wo, the committee of ten, will be lis true found era. We shall be glorified forever. The death of the prince Is the signal for the overthrow of the present government nud the establishment of tbo now order of equal humanity " Up In the distant bills, slept the Iron Count, dreaming of the day when he should rule over tho new Graustnrk for bo would rulol a smile ou his grizzled faco la reflection of recent waking thoughts concerning the punishment that should fall swiftly upon tho assassins of tho beloved Prince Hobln. ne would make short shrift of CHAPTER VI. UtOOirEDE THE UEAUTIFCU A Woman's FOOT-- looks dainty, feels easy and in stays this un-tire- d foot-fitti-ng Tailoring CHAlTHIt wa V Hlantz, armorer t the crown, or he mtcht come up through a hhldMi aperture In tho wnlli of the emit Rovers-OMn- t acwor which ran directly paral-with and far below tho walk of tb quaint old building Obo couM take hi choice of direction In approaching tbl hoio In tho buao wcr -- he could cemo up from the rlrcr, half n mile away, or he contd come (down from llio bills aleve If be had -ournga to drop thretiRh ono of aomhtiw,. u M of ipcetal akentfleanee that tho trapdoor In HpanU'a workshop wa rervcd for uo by the armorer nad his more fnattdloui comrade, of whom three were women and ono an rwtati-llabefunctionary In tho royal houw.-htl Kl HWtMttoiliiK em of watcher. The faet tiMi hu waa under the surveillance ot Ik govern meat M)lt' l uet twrprMrf nlmn we ronaldrr the crWeut thoruwgtmwm of department. iMt llMt bo bouki be euntlnuttlly watfrinl by twrwiis nf a mysit more InMter cast tery whlrli can be cleared up by visiting a certain underground room unknown to the o)lto ncarce two block frmn I ho Tewcr of Oraantark. There wen? two wax of reaching thla wlndewlos roew. with Its low reHtair rind dunk air. If one had he could rot In hi the pr ditwn through tb mjratortotH trapdoor In the warkabop f William ton IT objectKing tlerettheto two of TIIK COMMITTSC or TK hn been en Id before that Tnix llt hcki peeli Tho commlltro of ton reprewnted the bralna nnd the nctlrlly of n rabid plain lanjnwee, they wro rwlii.M Tho nominal Iwtdcr wa U'lllbtm Fpfintz, he who had a ton In the prln-o'houirhold. Jullu Hpantx. the maitcr of arm. Far o(T In tho hill alx-vtho Dnnuho thcro lived the real lmn leader of tbl deadly eroup-t- ho Count Marlnnx. exile froai the land of hU birth, bated nnd cxecratpd by every loyal arauitnrklan. batlse nad ezocratlna la return with a tenfold RreaWr renom. 0I Platauova wa tho latest to thl aelect cirri. A word concornlnu her. She wo the daughter of Trofcasor .Hatanova, one tlmoocullat and bocIoIorUI In n larao OortmlToralty IU Tina won on" 01 a In Bdclwelaa, araoK atylrd th Tarty of ItqtMl. thom-nolr- e In Nurse Says: "I know wliat Is good for young and old writes Airs. Clara Dvkstra, a trained nurse of South BclllnBliam, Wash., "and will say that I consider Cardul tho best for girls and medlcln It makes them women. feel like new persons, relieves their pain and regulates womanly troubles. "Both my daughter and I received great benefit." jpeo-p!e- ,,r 8 31 Take The Woman's Tonic As a medicine for female trouble, no medicine you can get has the old established reputation, that Cardul has. Fifty (50) years of success prove that It has stood the greatest of all tests the test of TIME. As a tonic for weak women, Cardul Is the best, because It is a woman's tonic. Pure, ccntlc. safe, re liable. Try Cardul. LIGHT, chilling drizzle had been falling all evening, pattering x... softly upon the roof of leaves that covered tho sidewalks along Castlo avenue. , Almost In the center of the Imposing line of palatini residences stood tho rv homo of the Duko of Perse, minister "BTOl'I" cntXD OUli riiATAXOVA. "TOO of finance, flanked ou either side by SHALL KOT BrEAK OP IT IN THAT WAT 1" structures as grim and ns gay as Itway! Peter Brutus, you nre not to self, yet far less significant In their high-grad- e speak of of what I am to do! Never generation. Here dwelt the most Imshoe; portant man in the principality, not -- never ngnln." all wool and many of them Wit- - hhuddered violently as she stood excepting tho devoted prime minister it is one of the was so well Not that to sell at prices that will interest you. thf re lofore them, her eyos closed as himself. but that bePerse the destinies being special importations held If to shut out the horrlblo picture her belovod, fingers. Moro of tho land lu Mldns-Uk- e mind wns painting. the line today. Call and look over will bungle It." sneered Anna than that, bo was the father of the "She Countess Marlanx, the most Olga's lids were lifted, fler dark glorious beauty at the Austrian and eyes looked straight Into those of tho Russian courts. She had gone forth from Graustnrk ns Its mast notnblo older woman, r-line a sole as body re- bride since tbo wedding day of tho "No." sho said quietly, her Princess Yctlve, Into lu the nineties. the anoat brtlltaHt men In Hurope nna n" lawyer, formerly secretary to thoo laxing. "I shall not bungle it," reprcscut-otlvflexible as the Ingomede, tho beauUful, had Journeyed Loan Iron Count nnd now bis sole a meatfetfr of n noble family The discussion went back to Truxton nmong those peoplo lie was a to the hymeneal altar. The husopen lug of thl far skin of the foot; than a year Itefore tho King. "Isn't It possible that be li band who claimed her was n hated, treason and dark faced, snaky eyed young man, tale he wan oxeruted style supreme; with n mop of coarse black hair that merely attracted by the beauty of our dishonored man in his own land. There cunaplracy aiptlnst the otnplre. hung ominously low over bis high, re- charming young friend hero?" ven- wero those wh.o went so far ns to say daughter. Olea. wa reeopilied lit wears tured Mme. Drovnask. that her father bad delivered her Into as one of the most beautiful and cut ceding forehead. Julius Spantz, tho armorer's bod, a "It Is part of his game," said Julius the hands of a lntter day Bluebeard, tured yiMiui; women In Warsaw. Her Spantz. "he knows Olga's past, lie to bo wlllwut numlwr. placid young mnn of goodly physical Is waiting for a chance to catch her who whisked her off Into tbo highsultoTM IlrutUB, whllo next A'eeps it's shape finally there came one who conquered proportions, sat rangedto others deep In off her guard. Ho may even go so far lands, many leagues from Vlenua. She .was seen no moro In the gay and wan beloved. Ho vas tho son of down tbo tablo gravto make pretty love to you, cousin. courts for a year. Then of a sudden as a mighty duke, a prince of the blood. tho consideration of tbo world's was In the hope that No offense, my dear, problems, One'of tho women she appeared before them nil, ns Tho young prince pledged himself to est Droruitfk, whoso husband bad nooffenso!" Her look had silenced him. beauUful ns ever, but with n marry her despite nil opposition: he Mrac. "Mr. King la not a spy," she said bnunUng, wistful loot In her dark eyes been sent to Siberia for life, and tbo wa ready to give up hi uble Inheritred lec- steadily. that could not be mistaken. Tbo old ance for tho sako of love. The all other Anna Cromer, a rabid from the In all 'TIbbMuSk "Well." said William Span-- , "we count found an uneasy ddllght In exempire learned turer, who hnd been driven powerful ruler of an A7J2UhI United States, together with her amla-bi- o are safo If we take no chances with hibiting her to the "world once more, wa of thl proposed mesalliance and husband, nu assassin of bouio dis- bltu. He must be watched all the plainly ns a bit of property that nil leathers horrified. The will of the crown was ho Is what time. If wo discover to him nnd he obeyed. tinction nud many aliases, at present somo of us think ho Isthat Is a wny men were expected to look upon with made known there In charge of one of tho bridge envy In their hearts. Olga I'latanova wa cat nslde. but not foreman W All lasts Now, Brutus, to end his usefulness. new railroad. Then tho Duko of Pcrso resumed his forgotten, lie bocatne the husband of building crowsInou tbo tho party, and there what does Count Marlanx say to this resldenco In Edelweiss, opening the Every man au unloved, scrawny lady of dlndems. wero eight, for Olga was not a mem- day two weeks? Will ho be ready? old palace onco moro to tho world. Ills ALLris- htWhen the situation beauie more than On Uint day tbo prlnco nnd the court daughter after the death of tlio prin he blew out hi brains. ber of tho "fen," woro over tho lower nro to witness tho unveiling of the he could bear o his face a falso btack beard of part cess began her extended visits to tbo CUSTOM MADE BY When Olgn heard the now of hi huge of memorial statue In the plaza. It homo of her girlhood. So long as the dimensions not that thoy woro death she was not stricken by grief.e nverso to recognition among them- Is n full holldny In Oraustark. Werlheimer-Swart- s Shoe Co. No princess wns alive she remained nwny 8ho cried out her Joy to a now cloud-lby somo man will be employed nt his usual from Edelweiss, reluctant to meet the ST. LOUIS, u. s. A- slcy. for he had JustlOed tho great selves, but In tho fear that book or crook Dangloss or bis agents task, and" friend who had banished her husband love that had been theirs and would might Brutus Interrupted him, "That la loug before the wedding day In Budabo able to look in upon them. be their to tho end of time. Urutus was speaking. "Tho man Is tho very day that the count has asked pest Now sho came frequently and e l"rora a rMlve bellover in tne spy. lie has been brought hero mo to submit to the commltteo. He stayed for weeks nt a time, apparently of her father nnd hi circle sho a days tbo day to TulIK" wnmo nt onco their most Impassioned from America continue to watch his believes It to bo goamlss.of all con happy during theso escapes from life We Nothing should "Wo shall In tho great capitals. herself heart exponent. Sho threw ovory movement," said William Spantz. Of late she came more frequently to nnd soul Into tho deliberations nnd will tell. When wo nro posiEdelweiss than before. John Tullls transaction of tho great red clrclo; "Time tive that ho Is n, detect lvo nnd that was always to remember the moment her father understood nnd yet was he la dangerous thcro Is a way to stop when ho looked upon this exquisite nutated. operations." creature for tho first time. That was Then he was put to death by tbo his. "Dangloss suspects more than ono of T Care should RKS&l months ngo. After thnt he never ceased more clasa be had como to hate-o- no iil beeXCTOscd us," ventured Ilrutua, his gaze travelVt B being n secret, silent worshiper nt her is la the nopttloher of her tender, ing toward Olga. 'There was lewd adKono when idect. iX'ir w r transient shrine. When tho tlmo camo girlish Ideal. inz(orks.ipoon miration lu that steady glance. "Hut Ten o'clock a this rainy night a she iravoled to Crountark In responso we'll fool tho old fox. Tho tlmo will and fancy tervina W.TA fflffl carriage has drawn up before the lowten; sho H to the coll of tho committee of Direct to tee that 149 IB soon bo hero for tho blow thnt frees gates to the Pcrso grounds, und a er they always bear enme prepared to kUI tho creature sho Grauatark from tho yoke." tall, shadowy figure leaves it to hurry thefamout trade matk would be asked to kill. Ard yet down It upiHtirwd lu the course of bis rethrough the shrub lined wnlks to the was Boro nfrald. I In Iter heart sho nud marks that Marlanx had friends massive doors. 1847 She was there not to kill n mnu supporters lu all parts of (Jraustark. Tullls had long slnco ceased to bo a but grown old In wrong to her people,Inno--ot- Hundreds of men In the bills. IncludDnr.roc none s. welcome visitor In the homo of tho destroy tho life of n jfcntle. to tiiw ttixin i7 m ing honest shepherds and the dishonest Duko of Perse. Tho men were openly sevcnl l)oy of which itampt thtm the ttn on them, coal Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's unfriendly to each other. The duke brigands who thrived uint Roieti silcrpUte4 There were times when her heart miners nnd wood stealers, hunters and ! wu. Pot otct 60 resented the cool Interference of tho shrank from tbo unholy deed she had outlaws wero ready to do his bidding Vegetable Compound "1847 ROGERS BROS." sandy haired American: on the other inun cttMl to perform, nut there when tho tluje was ripe. Moreover, tllrrr In bca nt la the Rabattus, Maine. "You told mo to hand, Tullls made uo effort to conceal butt ol the baoMketpri he was never n thought of receding from Marlanx bad been successful lu his ctaw ot Ik vtiilBKHulii, ttko Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable, his dlsllko. If not distrust, of the older set down for Jier. the bloodly task voikmaDtblp tnd dftitn. railway construction design to nil the Compound nna man. SoH br leading tfralefl On a Saturday night, following the crews with the riffraff of all Hurope, everywhere Liver Tills before Sen4 tor cata The countess was alone lu tho long, King to tho rJPQBKfaW child-birtlast visit of Truxton loc"0-- 'showing all Diiteou. nnd wo warm tinted library. 1 all of whom wero under tho control of armorer, tho committee of ten met In lenders who could sway them in any aro all surprised to MERIDEN good of you to come." she said "It Is H0f awl underground room to hear tlm lat- movement provided It was ngalnst law t asMf seo bow much pood tho bV BRITANNIA CO. they shook hands warmly. "Do-yov8 Ml est word from ono who could not bo nud order. (international Sllret Co., &W It did. My Physi as It Is almost n year bIucc you last jWI know was nlwnys cian said Without Soccesaor.) v,lth them In person, but adi With n cunning that commands atosfcSl doubt it was tho camo to this house?" MCHIDOt. CONK. there In kplrlt, If they were to believe miration, tho Irou Count deliberately Compound that "It would be n century, countess, If most zealous utterances Tho Iron sanctioned tho assassination of tho bin In other houses holpod you.' I I wero not welcomed Count Marlanx. professed hater of nil thank you for your where I am sure of a glimpse of you prince of tho reds, kuowlng that tho that was rich and noble, was ten. tho condemnation of tho world would kindness In advising from tlmo to tlmo nnd n word now nnd ir.tvr iieblnd tho commit tfo of mo and alvo you full fall upon them lustcad of upon him nermlsslon to uso then." both sented themselves before Tlio assassination of the Ultlc prlnco and that hU own notions following tbo Thoy fnni-lland tho overthrow of tho royal onco stamp him as my namo in your testimonials." Mrs. n glowing open lire. Uo was tho regicide would nt Box 3, Sabattus,Mc. awaited his pleasure, REAL ESTATE Irrevocably nppoed to nnnrchy nnd nil II. W.Mitciielt., 'The duke has gone to Ganlook to Another Woman Helped. man who would give the word. was passing play bridge with friends," sho said at Granltovillo, Vt ton!- - lho Alas for tbo committee of throughthoChangoofLifoandsulTcrcd once. "Ho will not return till late. 1 wiliest fox In the history of tho world from nervousness nnd other annoying have Just telephoned to rtake sure." so wily as tho Iron Couut. was uever anil INSURANCE symptoms. Lydln E. Pinkham's Vege- Her smile did more than to reassure And out that 8omo day they were to table Compound restored my health nnd Mm. choicest Btrengtu, and proved worth mountains " ho wni usIhk them to pull his "Of courso you will understand how of gold to mo. For tho sako of other chestnuts from tho tiro, suffering women I am willing yoj Impossible It Is for me to come here, was seated around SEE Tho committee Mrs. countess. Your fathor. the duke, does should publUh my letter." the long tablo In tho stilling, breathCiiAnr.KS Uahclay, It.P.D., Granito-vlll- not mluco mutters, und I'm not quite -- ATless room, tho armorer ut tho head Vt. a fool." Those who came by way of tho sewer Women who aro passing through "It Is of tho prince that I want to performed ablutions In tho queer had Bradley & Parham's this critical period or who aro suffer. speak, Mr. Tullls," she said. "I do onco had boon n secret toilet room that Ing from any of thoso distressing ills want to talk very seriously with jou Phone 166 vault for the storing of feudal plunpeculiar to their box Bhould not loso concerning his future 1 might say his from sight of tho fact that for thirty years der. What nlr there uax ennio Basket leaves every Immediate future." Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable tho nnrrow ventilator that burrowed ? Tuesday afternoon Ho looked nt her narrowly. 5 which is mado from roots and Its way up to the shop of William standard remedy "Aro you quite serious?" Spantz or through tho chimney hole Z $ herbs, has been thaalmost every comj Don't lot your property go withe asked vou "Quite I in'. ii for femalo ills. In Olga I'latnnovn sat far In tho celling, Best Work Lowest Prices t munity you will find women who to Ita poor business. . out insurance. down tho sldo, a moody, luscrutnblo have been restored to health by Lydia At Soo Konnedy tho Insuranco Man. expression In her dark eyes, Continued on last case this tectlou. E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. 1ctcr W is not only better fitting than any we have ever handled, but is priced so that we can offer you a better proposition on your next suit than anybody else can make you on tailoring of equal quality. Our fabrics arc more attractive than ever, everyone being W Av 7lS rfi' v far-fam- BRADLEY fr & PARHAM. Wi long 3.T net-no- daz-zlltfg- ly ll Ye-tir- jlfpr uoc-trin- HER Famous Silverware "w fj: PHYSICIAN 'l I . ,n?j ffwi J, ji - APPROVES it 1 1 i ' M t llt-th- o y LAUNDRY '; $55 "I J ! o, Hi !J B. G. HALE J'i J Com-poun- d, J J li-- X - BPi"i--rl- lounV'(Hl "m"a' Jt -- "WW tNMf ! i Game of Soltaire. TH Tailor-Ma- de E "Soltalro always seemed to mo an unsatisfactory sort of n game," remarked an old gamblor on International reputation. "Thoro is no sport In It for me nothing to beat but If You Would Grow Dollars HHHHHHHHH from MAN is having his day. No longer can ANYONE disregard appearance. One element of success is to LOOK successful. Every man who helps to DO THINGS must think of his clothes. And more He must be as well dressed as he can possibly be, The only way THAT can be done is to have a tailor whom you call YOUR tailor. We are ready to fill that sition for you. satisfactorily. Will you do your part by looking ? po- yoursolf nnd the cards and yot I lave known men to become so Infatuated with tho gnmo that It was impossible to got them Interested In anything olso. Whenever I see ono of these devotees of soltalro I am reminded of an Incident that happened during tho lato unpleasantness between tho states in 1SC1-C"During tho oarly days of tho war a recruiting offlcor was riding thorugh Southorn Georgia hunting for Boldler-l- y g material, whon ho mot a young man driving a small black bull hitched to a llkely-looklntwo-wheel- cart. " 'Walt a moment, my frlond.'sald the offlcor. 'I want to sponk to you.' " 'Whoa, Den! Whoa! said tho young man, checking Ills fiery steed. " 'Can you shoot, young man?' asked tho recruiting offlcor. " 'Hit tho bull's eyo threo out of four,' replied tho cracker. " 'Don't you want a good Job?' asked tho officer. " 'What Doing?' questioned tho young Georgian. " 'Oh, nothing much", replied vho soldier; 'just Join tho army and shoot Yankees.' " 'That all I got to do?' asked tho Pence This Appeals to Your Dollars and Sense 'WW f n.rtzvATort And we agree to do our work m'M"hiiiii I I'ltymiinimwnnntmiw T SCHMIDT, the Tailor &" 1 I I ypo ,,ca;0j"v-j- i n J V WW rU t i. Now Laying Steel, .1 cracker. " 'That's nil, assured the recruiting offlcor. '" 'How much you glvo for that Job?' asked tho countryman. ' 'SUteon dollars a month, your clothes and board,' returned tho officer. " 'That hounds pretty good,' said tho cracker. 'Whoa, DonI Stand stl dern ye, whllo I talk to the gentlo-maWhoa! you dinged critter! I dunno, mlstor, but what I might take a Job llko that Just shoot Yasks. Whoa! Den! But say, mister, kin them Yanks shoot, too?' " 'Of courso thoy can shoot,' replied tho officer. " 'Git up. Ben!' giving his steed a whack, tho Georgian disappeared down tho road. "Thero wns a truo soltalro play-or.- " - k tt A Bpecial from Tiptonvllle, says: The long delayed work on tho Chicago, Memphis & Gull railroad has been resumed. A largo forco of workmen la at work, clearing tho right-of-wabetween tho stato line and Hickman. Tho work of laying track from Tlptonrlllo has bean at a standstill, caused by a dolay in a uhlpniont of steel. Tho shipment has been made and tho track laying will bo pushed forward. Tho grade between Tiptoalllo and the state line, a distanco of twelve miles, has been dono for at least 2 months, and Is now in good condition for tho rails. Tho foreman of the forco that is clewing tho right of way says ho Thero aro people In Hickman today could uso twice tho number of hands ho now has in ordor to koep ahead who oro playing this game of soltalro. . Unless they can tlo a man of tho tracklayers. down, stand off and shoot at him and squeeze tho life and dollars out Tho Mexican Consul at Trlcsts re- of him, thoy will not get in tho gamo ports that Prof. Herrera, a Mexican at all. They haven't tho strongth of scientist, has succeeded in forming charactor to get out In tho open and a human embryo by chemical com- fight their battles fair; to moot combination. petition and overcome It Theso aro tho peoplo who will bo stricken down Edward C. Gibson, a millionaire oil by tho hand of progress. You canman, aged 45, was shot dead on the platform at Vlncenncs, Ind., by not fight Progress. It is tho victor depot ovcry time. If you want to win you llonlo Moore, who objected to his atbavo to get on top and rido on tho tentions to Mrs. Mooro. groat wave of progression. BOOSTEIl. Mrs. Harris, widow of Judgo J. C. Harris, of Tiptonvllle, has brought cult to break bis will. Judgo Harris vho was by far tho wealthiest man Notice. in Lake County, was drowned In Reel" foot Lako this spring. He left a estate and $50,000 in life insurAll parties indebted to the estate ance. By tho terms of his will Mrs. Harris Is virtually cut off from a of Mrs. E. A. Seat, aro notified to Those having chare In his estate and sho will ask pay mo promptly. tho court for an equitable provision claims will file them with me at Crutchflold, Ky., or W. A. Naylor, for her. county Judgo, Hickman, Ky., properly proven as required by law by Oct. 15, 1310, or be forever barred. H. N. SEAT, Admr. y val-uab- lo rwj I rl t win srrrrtr- ,,. . i ' cp 3 .. 1 i i II I I 3A v m Tzn. cxrttrr sr lb T ox r mi 1 1 fl ""''' .1 'lip -- 'f III nsnutH tmr jttrv LJSiiil r.- - Stores here bring good rent Business here makes big money Your real estate investment Here works day and night for you Increasing in value all the time, and Making a fortune for you , Tsmss$zvm EJjT N feffi Tho Grand Lodgo of Kontuoky sons will conveno at Louisvillo Tuesday, Oct. 18. II. N. Cowgill represent Hickman Masons at meeting. Ma on will this Tho Lee Lino people aro trying tt buy tho Steamer Eleonoro of Peoria to uso In their sorvico. Tho steamer is 127 feet long, 23 feet beam, 3.8 feet depth of hold, has threo boilers, a good cabin and is equipped for tho passongor service. Tho prlco is said to bo $11,000. If tho deal is made, JUDGE WISE. tho boat will bo brought down tho Business Philosopher. river and taken to Memphis to run in ono of tho short trades. This will Some folks make their Golden glvo tho Leo Lino u fleot of nlno says the Judgo. "AdRulo of rubber, boats. , here to tho straight path of righteousness; it Is easy If your prescriptions Dr. J. W. Naylor, of Cayco, has aro filled by tho Hickman Drug Co. purchased a fino auto. This is the small man's opportunity Only six lots left on Catlett Street You must hurry, Opportunity does not wait HICKMAN HARNESS CO. Handles Everything in the way of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars ft ft i s If you want to get your money's worth buy from me. I use the best of leather and stand behind all goods that I make. It will pay you to look over my stock before you buy. Harness and Shoe pairing a specialty. Give me a call. Farmers NKXT 1)0011 TO & Merch. Bank Re- I ft ft ft ft Russell Johnson or W. E. Bondurant will trade with you. t ft G. B. BOND. A. J. WRIGHT, Mgr. ft ft Lucky-Mother- s The Last Fly 'Tis the lost fly ot,suramor, Loft moping alono, All his pesky compantonB Have vanished and gono, Now ho lingers with us, Card of Thanks. Through tho Courier, wo wish to express our sincere thanks to tho many friends and neighbors who so kindly caino to our assistance during tho sickness and death of our husband and son'. May God's blessings over attend thorn Is our prayer. Also wo wish to thank tho noblo orders of which ho was a member for tho prompt .attention to tho poliMay they cies which ho carried. grow and prosper. Mrs. L. Langford Jas. Langford and wlfo. All proscriptions taken to Holm & Ellison's are tilled by "Clint" Ellison nobody olso. OUR ICE FACTORY Save the time and labor they used to spend in mending by putting their youngsters into Left lonoly bchlml; Hut do his desolation And grlof mnko us kind? Closes AT 10 A. M. ON SUNDAYS No ice will be sold ; COPYRICHUBr 242 SF COC7L. . gar- CLOTHES ' Am sWimM They find thnt these ments stand the hard wenr because they're built with more than ordinary material and ordinary sowing. They have btrontf, onnvas interlining, stays thnt strengthen nil the strain points, buttonhole sup-Iortfl, Wm4Vw no' Wo all swat him, Or try to, at least, And call on each other To slaughter tho boast. O, Our hearts are not tender; No morcy Is Bhown To tho last fly of summer, Loft moping alono. ? after this hour, only in cases of sickness or absolute necessity. .vfjj&ryjj-- ; oootssyaooevwsocx? Scene of Disasters Fire in Union City. Courteiy I'nlon City Commercial Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED J. T. DILLON, Manager. trebly huwctl tons. but- And they find them Ixittur looking, too, they Iwvc that perfect fit mid Mijy style thut uinkeH siuh a difference in clothe. Jiriiig Clothw yoMr oojr m-- a Re- - for vmirxlf how Perfection tiny look w him. Letter from Syria BY A. S. BARKETT onable $2.G0 per day. The officers and waiters aro very polite and kind, tho climate la superfine, and mo wa ter is good. The situation of tho town is high and do' and In mid summer nights you have to have heavy cover on tho bed. We didn't want to leave tho place. Next day wo took tho train for tho City of Beirut, which Is an awfully warm place in tho summer tlmo. Wo stayed two days In this place and lost what llttlo flesh we gained In Lebanon. We went down thcro to meet somo of my relatives who had Just arrived from Brazil, also brother and wlfo who were thero spending couplo of days. Wo hired carriages to take us to tho oldest city In the country, Judledlt, Margeon, Syria, Turkey. Sept. 10, 1910. On Aug. 21 wo started for two weeks travel on Mount Lebanon. Myself and wlfo with two men to lead tho way, leaving tho children with their grandmother, as we had to go horse-bac- k in rocky country a part of tho way. Mount Lebanon la situated northwest of Judledlt, the borders of it reaching thrco miles of us. Wo made a stop for the first two nights In a lltUo town called Mashgara, as guests of my old school mate, Mr. N. II. Ulzg, whoso brother came along with us from Now York. They aro flno and good hearted people and treated us royally, doing all they could to show us a good time, and thoy certainly succeeded, too. Tho most respected people of that placo paid us a visit, a good many of them speaking tho English language. When wo started to leave, they begged us awfully hard to stay all tho week with them, but as our tlmo was limited we could not stay longer with them. Wo next wont to a town called Kghcen whero wo stayed one night with M. Gahmageo, an old friend of my fathor's. Next morning wo left for a placo called There Is nothing but ono hotel and three flour mills run by water, but If you had that spring In Hickman a million dollars could not buy It It is tho coldest and best water I over drank in all my life. Wo were thcro two days and overy morning before sun-u- p I used to go to batho and It sure was cold. But I stood It Just to wrlto you about It. I forgot to menUon that wo sent our horses back from this placo, as the wagon road starts from hero. Next morning wo hired a carriage which carried us to tho beautiful city called Zobla. This placo is called a summer resort, peo-pl- o from Beirut and Egypt seeking this placo during tho summer. Hero hotel, wo stopped at a first-clas- s whero I met somo brothor Masons. Naba-cl-Ghrlz- nnxind. utmle and how Prices $2.50 to $8.50 SMITH & AMBERG Important Notice, CHAPTER 94. AN act for tho benefit of Public Itoads, of this Commonwealth. PSgYfTho Ilrure Klrkman livery barn ngo from purchased only a few we-kA. U. Campbell, was completely destroyed by flro Wednesday morning at 2 o'clock. Tho building was completely enveloped In flames whon tho fire was dlscoverod, Mr. Klrkman and two of his assistants, who were sleeping on Uio second floor, barely escaping wiUi tholr lives. Fourteen horses, six belonging to Uio barn and eight horsos from tho country and city were lost, together with all tho a - tntjJfe&i4Asfe harness, wagons, buggies, surreys, hay, corn, etc. Tho entlro equipment was lost. Mr. Klrkman, a fow weeks ago, paid $2,000 for tho horses, vehicles, etc., and has added during tho last fow days now equipment and feed stuff to tho amount of $1,000 npd tho bitch horsos were valued at with only f 1,100 Insurance. Tho building wns owned by Dr. J. D. Mb-blttof Cairo, 111., valued at $5,000, to report every misdemeanor under this net with all the evidence he may eoHeet to the magistrate In whose district that part of the read may lay, on tho penalty of being Indicted by tho first grand Jury for misfeasance In office and on conviction wpelled from offlee. On this net becoming a law the fiscal court shall order It to be published once each ear for two years In some newspaper of general circulation In their county. 3. Any water table that may wash out deeper Uian necessary to carry the volume of water drained and un dermlnlHg the road bed or adjeannt property, by the permission of tho overseer or road supervisor, tho ditch may be tilled or dammed to Its prop- 0, s, lie It enacted by the-- General As ombly of the CouimouweaJth of Ken- - It tucky: 1 Tliat Is thull be unlawful for Any one to obalruot the water tables of a turnpike or public road by putting a crossing either private or public he, ovor U10 wator table of a public road, without providing a culvert or drain pipe of sutfloient dimension to carry the full volume of witter that may drain In this water table or to curb It so as not to impede the full flow of water. It shall also bo unlawful to plant trees, telephone notes. or fence In or closer than two and feet of the outer edge of the ditch, so that a plow or machinery one-ha- lf it I (Announcement of Interest... On Saturday. OCTOBER THE FIRST, the HICKMAN BANK added a Savings Department to their regular banking business, and are paying interest on all Savings and Time deposits. All interest will be compounded or paid EVERY FOUR MONTHS, at the option of the depositor. This bank was organized in 886 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 Fullon County, as well as one of the oldest in Western Kentucky. On their past record bf liberally conservative banking methods, together with the ADDITIONAL 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 has been their custom in the past. 1 R miles from Sldon, somo twenty-flv- o Beirut, on tho shorof tho Medlte-ranea- n Sea. There wo mot up with somo of our brothers who wero sent especially to dedicate a new Mason lodgo in Margeon and somo brothers from Sldon who chatted with us till Dr. Mausalem, who is tho principal delegate, belongs to a lodgo in St. Louis, and Is a grand master, holding the highest degree in Masonry. Ho is a mighty fine brother. Wo had a flno tlmo together that night. mid-nigh- t. er Mm. 4. , may be used In maklug, widening or deepening them. Any foudng, tree or stone falling Into a wntor table or rolling down from abovo Into It, shall be removed within flvo days by owner of land of which tho obstruction was a part, or any persou not an owner trimming trees or euttlng weeds or briars, or nny person placing any othor obstruction in wator tablos, shall be liable for all damage dono by turning water Into tho road bed, and also to n flno of Two Dollars for each day tho obstruction has laid In tho ditch longer than flvo days. 2. It shall be tho duty of tho road overseer or county surveyor of roads, In making or repairing arty part of a publlo road one sixth or moro of nil money so spent shall be used for Uie drainage of said road by making water tables and placing culverts and drain pipes of suitable number and size. e 6. This aot shall not apply to companies that have obtained the consent of the fiscal court of tho county whoreln Its polos aro located as to tho location of snmo. Approvod March 24th, 1910. tolo-plien- Next morning wo left for our old town, Judledlt, Margeon. This Umo wo hired hacks to get home, but as tho dlstanco is about thirty miles, and we wore pretty well loaded, it took us all day and part of tho night to get homo. Wo wero met at tho River Litany by a largo crowd of horsemen who had heard of our ar- rival and came to meet the They gave them a hearty welcome, tho peoplo of this town being noted for tholr hospitality. Certainly tho children wore glad to soo us once moro. They seemed to bo tho proudest kids wo over saw. Wo stayed two weeks away from them. 'Phlfl fviltntrv la lilih nn1 itrv , flml . rf ...o has not rained hero for four months. new-comer- s. -- s Mott's Nervine Pills The great norve and brain treatment for men and women, produces itxcDgth and vitality, builds up tho system and rcnows tho normal vigor. For sale by druggists or by mall, $1 por box, 6 boxes for C Hickman Drug Co., Incorporated. gHWMMMMllftiftfl'ftftlf 30 DAYSJSJEI Sowing Machines $5.00 Cash and $1.00 per Week Will buy the best Sewing Machine in the world at jm i R. T. TYLER, Prcst. W. C. REED, Cashier JNO. PYLE, Ass't Cashier IllLlJL?JLail r n.i rt i r UHmiX Uliri jj. wa h mw wr u Next door to Post Office. i J. JaMMMMMWifltlftfrl,lQ W32 In Zobla runs a llttlo river, tho head of which gathers up from tho lltUo streams of the mountains, and its water is clear and cold as ice. Tho city of Zobla Is built all around tho river on hills and bluffs. Wo spent Uirce days In Zobla, and Uion took a train to Ba'albak, an old city built a long tlmo beforo Christ. A Your friend, number of ruins aro around this placo A. S. BARKETT and one of tho oldest forts on earth, a picture of which I sond wlUi this, and which pleaso reproduco In tho Courier. Tho City of Ba'alak Is about tho Don't Blame the Hen slzo of Hickman and Is also n county seat. This placo is woll noted for Its flno wator, with a placo around tho When you get Bod Eggs for they spring llko n park, also a flno hotol Were Good when she laid them on top of tho hill for tho high class Europeans. Tills hoAmericans and You can Examine Insurance tol owns a largo body of land, set Companies and you can Canout In fruit trees and grapo vines, dle Eggs, but after all isn't which Is freo to tho guests. Wo only it best to demand the kmd spout ono day in Ba'alak and went of insurance that you know back to Zobla, our stopping placo. is good all of the time ? From thoro wo wont by train through Mount Lebanon to the famous summer resort, Saufor. Tho aristocrats p.. from all over tho world visit this r placo In tho summer, spending four months. This llttlo town is nothing TTTYTTTTTYTTTYTyYTTYYVYT but hotels and flno palaces for tho WHY NOT TRY T Popham's rich. Wo stopped two days at this ASTHMA REMEDY placo at tho best hotel. This hotel Is a hugo building of flno flats, and Gives prompt and posltlvo relief In every case. Sold by Tho HickIs about three times larger than tho man Drug Co, prlco $1. Trial Halllday House In Cairo, and has package by mall, 10c. 200 guests during tho summer Williams Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland. season. Tho charges are very reas I hope and trust tho good peoplo Hickman and Fulton county aro in good health, with goqd, flno crops, plenty of monoy. Wishing tho good merchants of Hickman, especially West Hickman, a good business this fall and winter I hopo to seo you all In tho near future. Pleaso extend my best wishes to all my friends in Kontucky, also wishing tho Courier and Its editors great success and prosperity, I am i T SK l1 Soils Tliat R. T. TYLER Kisxcl i fj r ut n l?. j c--e J3 &smssmimssryiA! Buy Ice Coupon Books AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL No ice will be charged. The drivers will either collect cash or coupons. Don't expect them to credit you, for they will be charged with each book, and will have to account for the ice they take out for delivery. trivial. We bare become very Rood friends, you and I. Too good. for I've uo doubt there nre old tabbica In Edelweiss who urv provoked to criticism. You know wlnit menu." "Tbo princo Is a sturdy little beggar." be began, but she lifted bur hand 1 h.t-hap- s, In protest This rule will not apply to soda fountains, butcher shops, fish docks and other large users of ice, as their accounts will be on file at our office. m WjZmSm&)SSSM m Hickman Ice & Coal Co ar. t. PIT iT iOJf, 3VroirtBox-(INCORPORATED.) . "And bo bas sturdy, lo.vnl friends. That la ngreed. And yet- "- She paused, n perplexed lino coming between her expressive eyes. Jobn Tullis opened bis own eyes very wide. "You don't mean to say that be Is ho Is In peril uf any sort?" She leaned nearer to him, dropping the nsh from her cigarette Into the receiver us she Bpoku slowly. Intensely. "I think he Is In peril In deadly porll." lie stared bard. "What do you mean?" be demanded, with an Involuntary glance over bis shoulder She Interpreted that glance correctly. "The peril Is uot here. .Mr. Tullis. I My faknow what you aru thinking ther Is n loyal subject. The erll I suggest never comes to Graustark." "Never comes to Graustnrk?" be whhitcrcd. "You don't you can't mean your your liiixtmtid?" "I mean Count Mnrlaux." sho said steadily. "lie means evil to Prince Itoblu? Coed heavens, countess. I I cau't believe It. I know he Is bitter, revengeful and all would not be such n fool as to" "He Is no fool." she Interrupted quickly. "That's why I am ufrald. If he is plotting ngalnst the crown: you may depend upon It he Is laying his plans well. John TuIIIh. that iiimii l a devll- -a devil Incarnate:" She turned her face away. A spasm of utter repugnance crossed her face "I am afraid of Peter Brutus. lie Is " here to Sho leaned ngnlnst the great carved mantel post, n tall, slender lissom creature, exquisitely gowned In rarest Irish lace, her bare neck and Hlimiider gleaming white against the dull tin bers beyond, tho faint glow from the embers creeping up to her face with tho Insistence of a maiden's Hush, lie gazed In rapt admiration, his heart thumping like fury In his great breast Sho was little more than a girl, of old Marlanx. and yet how wise, how clever, bow brilliant watch-everybody thi-wl- fo sIm-wa- s "Just a little tickling In the throat!" Is you? But it hangs on! Can't get rid of it! Home rema edies don't take hold. You need something stronger Aycr's Cherry regular medicine, a doctor's medicine. Pectoral contains healing, quieting, and soothing proper-tic- s of the highest order. Ask your doctor about this. C AverCo.,LoweU.Mau. No alcohol in this cough medicine. Conithutlon positively prcw uW iood health Then v. hy allow It to tontlntic? An actlvt liverlsatfrcatprctcntlvcnfdlscasc AycrsPillsarclivtrpllls. Whs' docs yourdoctoruy? Tickling in the Throat that what troubles HICKMAN MARBLE KHTAIII WORKS a. Itnmmntfe.drcrased) T0A IrillKli ISU DILLON, Sr Prop. II. I that, but- "- Service and Safety We offer you a complete banking service and provide absolute safety for your funds. We want your banking business, and whether your account be large or small, we will extend every consistent banking accommodation and will protect your interests with the same care and fidelity that we apply to our own. It is our 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 service to you. HjKkttiHphiiiai Capital and Surplus, INTEREST R. T. TYLER. $65, 000.00 ON PAID V, C. RGEO. Preit. : f-y-j, r J. A. COTTON & CO. (INCORPORATED) t '' -- TIME DEPOSITS An't Cashier Cuhlcr JOHN PVLU. v M $ Plumbers V.3XTX Tinners r WORK IN BOTH BRANCHES EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY t t t t t t t phone 65 Hickman, Ky. $ Cash Book Store J. KELLY SMITH JHtorneyat'Law Clinton, Kentucky Onfttnth of til ftes It) ChrtslUnlty. Splendid Selection New Books Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Call and Bee Our Stock Kverjrttilnit to WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. Have you neglected your kldneyaT your nervous system and caused troublo with your kldncya and bladder? Havo you pain In loins, side, back, groins and blad der? Hare you a flabby appearance of the face, especially under the eyes Too frequent a desire to pass urine? If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will cure you IlickrusE Drug Co., Price COc. "lary erendes & Co. Your grocery ordor will receive prompt attention if telephoned to Bettcrswortb. & Prathor. Both phones. Anything you want that wo haven't got In Furniture wo will bo glad to order It for you. Hickman Furniture Compaajr. J Hare you overworked Read "Tjnutea King." accompanied Count Marlanx tho town of Balak. wtaMi is in HICKMAN, KENTUCKY n mile beyond th tlmimtarw my bu line. Peter Brutus was with band In Balak for two days. Tl- litUHtrTOftn wero closeted together fnmi murtilus J.J.aiKISPUIlANT II. IIUOIIANAN night In the Ikmhc wherr Marian till nMO.ll.TIIHHI.KHI.il J. V AI.XXANKKK was stopping. At the end of two day T. A. I.KHrOHII Dr.J. M. Itt'HHAHn Brutus went nwny. but he carrUM It. 11. I8I.KU with him a vast sum of money r rldcd by my husband. It was given Wc combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and out that he was ou his way to Sens.. oficr our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent rIn Dawsbergen. where he extrtrl "I am overjoyed to bear you Bay this, with sound banking. a buslnoss block for Uta macountess," be said very serlonnly. "I ter. Marlanx walled onotlwr day In have been so bold on occasion as to Balak, permitting Josepha'a falhw INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS assert-f- or your private ir, of course come on to Kdelwrtas with a Hinaaaftv -t- hat you could not by any freak of for mo and to see lila daughter. II" J A. TliriMltlON, (NuliUr II M'l'HAttAM. I'iriHlent nature happen to care for Count Mar"And Josepba's father saw Hrutns In H f KAMA'iK AmI 1 ians, whom know only by descripEdelweiss?" tion. You havo laughed at oy so" "No. Out he did see him called American wit, ami you have Balak as he left for IMelwrHn tn been most tolerant Now, I feel tbat morning. '' Ho wore a dWg I am Justltled. I'm Immeasurably glad Jacob says bo could not Ik? mlrtakrt Our Stock is Complete and to hear you confess that you do not Moreover, ho was accompanied by love your husband." men whom be recognlx! as tlc-t- ii eral "You have never tried to make love stark mountaineers and twuiorM ' to me," she went ou. "That's what 1 rather unsavory reputation. Tuy left llko about you. I think most men ore Brutus at the gates of Ilutak ami wmi silly, not because 1 am so very youug. off Into the hills All this haimcticd Millionaire Canned Goods but because my husband is so ridicu- before I know tbat Peter was living lously old. Don't you think so? Ilut In Edelweiss. When I saw him here Hcinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products never mind! I see you nro quite eager I knew at once tbat bis presence mmut to answer. That's enough. Take an- something sinister. I ran put mau. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas other cigorctto and-lis- ten to what I things together tbat on re pmiled am going to say." Ue declined tho comings and goings of month, the CAllonorTolrphMA t. when In nml ot riHorKltlKH. rilltHH MKATrt cigarette with a shako of his bead. secret reports and eonsuliatiwn. tl;e or rr.Hivarvrrti. After a moment she went on reso- queer looking men wbo rame to -- 3 lutely: "As I said before. 1 do uot Deliveries Telephone tho long absence of uiy hii know that my suspicions are correct baud and my -- my own virtual Iropru I I bare not even breathed them to my oument yos. Iinprlsoametit. wa father. He would nave laughed at me. not permitted to Itwve the mvile fm My Husband Is a Uraustarklau,,evcu days nt n time during bla aliwtH-er- t as I am. but thero Is this distinction "Surely you will not go back again" between us be despises Graustark, ho began hotly whllo I lovo her in every drop of my "Shr She put a nugvr to her li blood. I know that In his heart be has A manservant was iimftly itimmihu never ceased to brew evil for the tho hall Just off the library "He f tbrono tbat disgraced him. lie openly a new man. I do not like bis a pear expresses bis hatred for the present a nee." dynasty and has more than once said In The Hcrvnut dlsatHared through a public gatherings that he could cheer- door at tbu end of the lull fully assist in Ita utter destruction. 'Then thero were the grout sums uf That, of courw, U commonly known In money that my husband sent ulT fr iti FOR: Graustark. wbcro he Is scorned and time to time." he rontluufd. "and the derided. But ho Is uot n man to serve strnngo boxus tliat came overland his hatred with mere Idle words and the castle aud la I or went away uguiti inaction. as secretly ns tliey came Mr Tullis "I am seeing you here in this big I nm contldont In mymtnd that tin v room openly." she went on. "for tbo boxes contained llronrnis ami nminn Pittsburg Lump Coal simple reason that if I am being nltlou. I hae thought II all out. IVr Bon Air Lump Coal .. watched this manner of meeting may haps I am wrong, lait It seems to me . be above suspicion. We may speak that I can almost see llnme tirearnK freely here, for we cannot be heard stored away In the rmw and nliu Prices based on delivery within the city limits. unless we raise our voices. Don't be- outside of Edelwobw. ready for liixt m Parties desiring to haul their own coal will be allowed tray surprise or consternation. The use wbeu tue signal coiiioh " eyes of the wall may be better than Its "God! An uprising! A plot " hn.-- i 40 cents per ton deduction from prices quoted. as that he gH-d- . amascd. It i r ears." tlied-- t "You don't mean to say you are be- tuuntu that he whs not You can leave your order, accompanied with ing watched here In your father's The mine servnni. pacing once imri cash, at the office of Hickman Ice it Coal Co., or might linvfceu the lelllsle .i house?" be demanded. phone 48 if you you wish order sent C. O. D. No tlon In bis eyes "It cannot ! "I don't know. This I do know-t- be Why. Pangtons and !it count bas many spies In Edelweiss. hie! one has authority to extend credit, so don't aslc for it. He If systematically apprised of every would have scented It long ago" "I havo not said that I am sure ot I will appreciate your thing that occurs nt court. In the city patronage, and by selling or In tbo council chamber. Day before anything, remember that. I leave i. strictly for cash can give you security againtst an exyou to analyze. You have the foun yesterday I saw his secretary In tho to orbitant advance in prices. Nation ou which to work. I'd nthlM-yostreets, a man who has been In his to waste no time. Something tells for live years or mure and who now pretends to bo u lawyer here Ills ma that the crisis Is near nt hand." name is Brutus. I spoke with him Uontlnnrd next week lie said tbat ho had left the count six weeks ago In VIcnnn, determined to If tho child starts In Its sloop, set out for himself In his chosen profession, lie knows, of course, that I grinds its tooth whllo sleeping, picks am not and never have been In the at tho noso, has a bad breath, fickle appetite, palo complexion, nud dark confidences of my husband. I asked rings under tho oyes: It has worms : him If U was known In Edelweiss that and as long as thoy remain in Uio PAY YOUR CITY TAXES. At The Lyric. he bad served tho count ns secretary Intestines, that .child will bo sickly. lie promptly handed me one of his White's CilEAji VERMIFUGE clears The penalty is effective business cards on which he refcro to out tho worms, strengthens tho stomAa Told in tho Hills, Oct. 21, 1910. September the first. Why himself ns the former trusted and con- ach and bowels and puts tho Uttlo Tempest and Sunshlno, Nov. 10. fidential secretary of Count Marlanx ono on tho road to health and cheerwait until too late and be Now, I happen to know that ho is still fulness. Price 25c per bottlo. Sold Tho lighting Parson, Dec. , 1D10. In lay husband's servlce.or was no long by Hickman Drug Co. Ishmaol, dramatized by AHco H. forced to pay unnecessary er ago than last week. lie Is here for Ivos from Mrs. Southworth'n novel of costs ? FOR SALE: 2 flno young boars ft purpose, as my husband's represent atlve. I have not been asleep all theip and 2 flno young buck shoop, M. A. tho satno rnuno, Dec. H, 1910. Until further notice pay St. Elmo, by Catherlno Hadloy & mouths at Schloss Mnrlaux. I have McDANIEL. 3P taxes to Tom Dillon, Sr., at Co., Lofflngwoll's copyrighted voralon seen and heard enough to convince me that so mo great movement is ou foot. his office. When tho cheat feels on flro and Dec. 19, 19 10. My Intelligence tells me that It has to tho throat burns, you havo IndigesTho Lost Trail, Jnn. 7, 1011. do with Graustark As he wishes the tion, and you need HERBIKE to kvl Tho Widow Perkins, Kcb. C, 1911. princo no good. It must he for evil " rid of tho disagreeable feollng. It All you who havo torpid liver, woak "Hut thero is nothing he can do. He drives ont badly digested food, purl-flo- s Cast Asido, March 3, 1911. digestion ar constipated bowels look bas no following hero The prince in tho bowels and strengthens tho out for chills. Tho season in horo adored by the people Count Muri.mx stomach. Price 60c. Sold by Hickand tho air Is full of tho dlBoaso man Drug Co. Call at tho Hickman Furnlturo Co. germs. Tho best thing to do Is to Our mill Is running every day. get your liver In good condition and for anything you want In furnlturo. purify tho stomach nnd bowels. HERYou will not be disappointed If you Dewaro of substitutes eco that our OINE is tho right remedy, it answers Is on your plumbing und come to our mill for shingle. Yates trade-mar- k tho purpouo completely. Price 60c. & Kirk 8Ujto tlnalsg jobs. John Cotton. Cotton, the plumber. Pbeae C6. Sold by Hickman. Drug Oo, y 1 "II o Is all that and more." she said. "First you must let me Impress you tbat I urn not a "nEUEAXSEViLTO traitor to bis cause rw.NCE non.xr , TOUlJ ot u, mU for tbo Butllclent rvabou tbat I ouly suspect its existence. I am not In nuy sense a part or it. I do not know anything. I ouly feel. I dan-sayou realize tbat do not love Count Marlaux-ib- nt there Is absolutely nothing In common between us except a name. We won't go Into that SchUiw Mnrlaux maid. Sin-- l with mo now. The til uwn mine ti see Josephn one day last week r, Sho was well named lugomcde the Beautiful "Does Baron Dangloss know thl man Brutus?" asked Tullis. arising t stand beside her. "I dou't know." she wild tbniiRhi fully. "I have not spoken to hint c ccrnlng Brutus. Perhaps be know Tbo baron Is very wise. Let me t u you how I happen to know that Peter Brutus Is still serving Count Mnrlaux lgulneH and why I think bU prottoin-a crisis of some sort." Her voice, always low aud een seemed lower still. "In the flrt pljce I havo a faithful friend In kih f e tHurcritor to Marble and Granite Monuments r?t TBr"! CURBING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky retainers. at Ills daughter is my Farmers and Merchants Bank - c !' iblf I ABSOLUTELY THE BEST hm-th- e Ledford & Rand I e COAL COAL fc COAL $1.00 4.00 CASH CASH CASH f fHi-In- m i cm-plo- y 5s A. A. PARIS 0. WV"'W"T" t - tvhim JS" ""i 'S-- "flr" -- lTm "They are all that you claim for them, more than I dared hope for" El W. oTM rmi :. I to nomo placo provided by for tho confinement of such and there kept until released or under tho provisions of atioo. SEC. 2. Uio city payment of animal, es of by law thbi or-- dt L ":" ) arc wearing the This is what women say who edQossloe You have read about It and heard about it, but until you walk in it you can not Imagine how comfortable It really Is. It U arm like ny otht r hoo yet the tannine by ibt special Red Ciom pro-cit no petfect that the Red Ctoas Sho follows yery movement of your foot It entirely prevents the burninp, drawing and chlnj; that stiff solra causa. It li absolutely comfortable the. moment you put it on. Come in and try on the new Kail Styles. Oifords $3J0 and $4. High onwi i aau . ew Tho offlcor taking up any animal under the proceeding secUon shall forthwith inako a statement of tho fact In writing under oath, giving a gcnoral description of sold animal as to kind, ago and marks or brands, It any, and the namo of tho owner, If known, and if not known, ho shall so statu, and file said statement with tho Judgo of Uio Police Court of Hickman, where It shall bo kept aa a part of tho record of said court. If said statumciit shall dis ci 03 o Uio namo of Uio ownor of said animal, tho Judgo of said court shall Issue a summons against said own or commanding him to appear In said court at a Umo fixed In said sum mons, und show cause, If any ho can why said animal shall not bo sold to satisfy Uio charges and foes of Uio officer taking up Bald animal and Uio cost of tho proceedings and Uio keeping of said animal and tho cost of advertising and selling same. If die said statement filed shnll state ..at tho namo of owner of said aniit mal Is unknown or that ho Is from Pulton county, Ky , Uio Court sliall mako a wurnlng ordor on wild statement, warning Uio owner of said animal to appear In said court within flvo days after Uiat ditto and show cause, if any ho can, why uuld animal should not bo sold to saUsfy tho costs, fee and charges of taking up, keeping and selling said animal anil tho costs of Uio proceeding, and Uio Court shall appoint a regular pracUcing attorney in said Court to dofend for auch absent or unknown owner, and issuo a summons ngalnBt such unknown or ab uont owner of said animal with a of same, which shall bo served by Uio Marshal posting a copy of samo In somo public placo In Uio Oity of Hickman. nb-""- 0 iMt It, Mt It bends with your foot yIk rwii BRADLEY & PARHAM r. Hlnabaw wfst lia'.r of Lot 300 In tho (Uy Omrtory. sls of half lot 20x A 30 (mtt, and that ho holds Tom Dillon's recetpt for IIS In paymont for same; Cliarlle Wltson, Lot 459 In Colored Oity Cometery, stro of lot Hickman. Ky . Oct. 3. 1910 WxlO fHrt and that ho holds Tom Council mot In regular soaaioH. Dillon. recolpt for $J0 In pay- Dillon. CiHincllmeu prenonl Mayo.ment for aarao. Itlqr, Halo, Powell. Shumate, Sehlen- Report of City Treasurer for Sept, ker. 1910: On motion minutes of kuit meUng General Fund Account. were approved find signed. Tho following account were pre- To bal. per Aug. report ....$1270 75 42 75 n Amt reed. II. C. Holu .... sented, properly npproved and on Ami. reed Tom Dillon sr.. 1000.00 checks ordorcd allowed and Amt, reed. J. It Wright.... 19C.E0 for amount: Council Proceedings Jr. When tho ownor of such stock has been duly summoned or warned aa herein provided, tho Court shall proofed to a Judgment and dctormlno whether or not Uiero has boon a of Uio ordinance by said animal or stock having been at largo within Uio City of Hickman, Ky., and If It la decided that aald ordinance has been violated by such stock or animal Uion Uio Court shall render a Judgment that said animal or stock bo sold and Uio proceeds applied to satisfy Uio cost, fees and charges of taking up, keeping and selling said animal nnd Uio proceedings. Tho said aalo shall bo mado by Uio City Marshal or by tho Stock Marshal or Uio Pound Master If there is ono, to Uio highest bidder for caah, after adver-Usln- g for thrco days at loast, Uio time, place and terms of aalo and Uio animal or stock to bo sold by wrlUen notices posted up in ono or more public places In the city. The officers making aald solo shall mako report to Uio court, and after tho vio-laU- tho cost, fees and chargproceedings, shall pay Uio balance, If any, over to tho City Treasurer to bo hold by him subject to Uio order of Uio owner, but If Uio owner of aald animal or stock has not been actually summoned, no sale of such animal shall bo mado until noUco of such sale has been published In some newspaper published In Hickman, Ky., at least three days boforo such sale, describing tho animal to bo sold. 8EC. 3. If tho owner of tho animal taken up as provided In Uio proceeding section shall appear boforo Uio Court at any Ume boforo Uio sale as provided for In tho last secUon and pay all charges for the taking up Impounding and keeping such animal or stock and all tho costs Uio court shall order Uio restoraUon of auch animal to Uio owner. SEC. 4. Tlio officer taking up any animal or stock under Uio preceed-In- g sections sliall bo allowed his fees and costs to bo paid and collected only out of Uio proceeds of the salo of such animal, and then shall bo taxed as costs In each case, Uio following foes: To Uio officer taking up such animal 50 cents for such animal, and 50 cents per head each day for keeping said animal whllo Impounded. Said officer may before filing Uio statement under Section No. 2, permit Uio owner to tako said slock or animal upon payment of his foes then accrued. SEC. C. Whoever shall unlawfully molest or prevent any officer from taking up and impounding any such animal or shall open tho enclosure In which any sucii animal Is Impounded for Uio purpose of releasing such animal shall bo fined not less than $5 nor more Uiau $20 for each offense SEC. G. So much of any ordlnanco now existing In conflict with this ordinance is hereby repealed. SEC. 7. This ordinance shall bo In forco from and after Its passage and publlcaUon. Attest: H. C. Helm, City Clerk. Tom Dillon, Sr., Mayor. Uio PAINTS :l.to'3d; 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. OILS Found Here. Everything Required for a Building w. A. DODDS Honck's New Road. ity for Courier Is author statement that Col. Louis Houck has a corps of engineers at work selecting a now line from Capo Girardeau to a point In Missouri opposite Hickman, Ky., where it will connect with Uio N. C. & St L. road. This will, it Is said, mako the shortest lino between St Louis and The Charleston Uio Mom-phi- Lot No. 78 and tho property where Dick Smith lives. On tho north side of Drooklyn st, from tho crorslr.g over Brooklyn ot, cast to Uio S.E. corner of Lot No. 13C in front of Lots Nos. 130,137, 138 and 139. as may bo necessary. On Uio souUi side of Drooklyn st, from tho concrete crossing over Drooklyn street weBt to Hall street In front of Lota Nos. 150 and 149 as may bo necessary. On tho west sldo of Hall st, from Drooklyn to CaUett st.. In front of Lots Nos. 151 nnd 198. .On tho north side ot CaUett at, from Hall st to Walnut st, In front of Lots Nos. 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, EM r: m s. Tlio following ordlnanco which was Introduced at Uio August meeting, was again read and on motion wns adopted by Uio afflrmaU- vote of Uie flvo Councllmcn present. Said ordlnanco Is as follows, to-wi- t: Tho City Council of the City of Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follows: That a concreto sldowalk 4 feet wide and a concreto curb Is deemed necessary in front of tho following lota on tho following streets in West Hickman in Hickman, Ky., and samo is hereby ordered built or put down nt tho expenso of Uio owners of Uio lands or lots fronUng or abutting on said streets in porportlon to Uio front- t: ngo thorcof, On tho south sldo of Main street from Obion to Pulton streets In front of lots Nos. 74, 75, 76, 77 and 78. On Uio cast sldo of Fulton strcot from Main street to tho south sldo of Market street on Uio west sldo of to-wi- mo-tlo- W A. Doddt, cinders, hauling $1.38 Hunrlkcr & Son. Labor and Motor 18.00 lal Hickman Plumb. & Tin Co.. labor $0.00 and mniorinl $12.10 MciiKul Box Co., lumbor Icdford & Kamllo, mdso.. ..3?.40 CowkIII'h Drug Store, mde..$1.75 II. Ico & Coal Co.. street light 132.00 and Ico W. 13. Allen, street work ....14.00 Tom Dillon, ur dUlnfoctant $26.80 J. II. Wright, street work....$C3.0 II. O. Halo, Btroot work.... $048 II. J.br. & P. M. Co., lumbor $19.80 Ily oheeks paid during Dal. to credit 12610.30 Sept. 718.55 . The this account $1791.75 Water . Light Oond Acct. To bal. por Aug. report.... $2289.00 Amt. reed. H. P. Remley Int 84.00 Amt reed. Tom Dillon sr... 531.48 $2905.08 Cheeks and Int. paid in Sept. 1230.00 n and Mr. Houck never falls to build Uio roads ho projects, and If it is truo that ho has decided to connect his lino at Uio Capo with Uio Nashville, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, Chattanooga & St Louis, at Hickman 194. 195, 19C, 197 and 198. he Is sure to push tho work to On Uio South side of Catlctt st New Madrid Record. from Walnut st to Washington st., in front of Lots Nos. 230, 231, 232, 233, 234 and 235. Public Sale, Oct And that said concreto walks and curbing bo made or put down In work and materials in good workmanllko On account of rain last Thursday, order. my sale was postponed until SaturTlio owners of said lots are here- day, October 15, 1910, at which tlmo by directed to havo said concrete I will offer for salo.atmyfarm C miles days walks put down wUhln thirty east of Hickman, tho following propafter Uio passage ot this ordlnanco erty: upon tholr as herein provided and falling so to do Uio Street Commls 2 good mares sloner Is hereby directed to proceed 2 work horses 5 head of cattle to havo said walks and curbing con 20 head of hogs structed at the expense of the prop 1 wagon, 2 buggies erty owners rcspecUvely In propor1 cultivator, 1 wheat drill tion to the frontage of Uio lots by 1 mower and all other farming letting contracts for same to the low-c- s Imand best bidder after advertising plements and wor harnessk. tho Ume, place and terms of samo All sums over five dollars on 12 for two weeks by publication in Uio BRAD-LEHickman Courier and by notices months' credit Mrs. E. M. lp postd up in tbreo or more public places in the vicinity of said work tho costs and expensos ot said work Fred Dondurant was here from Jorwhen so dono by Uio contract to be dan Saturday. a lien upon tho property. Do your painting now. Warren's Attest: H. C. Helm, City Clork. Paint best by every test W. A. ' Dillon, Sr., Mayor. Tom Dodds. On motion Council adjourned. C. M. Brown and wlfo returned last Attest: H. C. Holm, City Clerk. week from a visit with Mrs. Gourley, at Aleono, Ark. com-pleUo- n. 15. JL i ,, iiTj. f Marriage Licenses to marry Tho following wero granted license In Obion county last week: Jno. Cruco sold his homo at Cayco to Uio Misses Thomas, who resldo near Mud Creek. Consideration $800. Ilal. to credit this acount.. ..$1075.08 City Hall Account. On motion, 8. L. Dodds was nomi- Amt overdrawn last report $884.21 8.12 nated and elected rut Councilman to Chocks paid during Sept.... fill tho vacancy caused by tlio resig$892.33 nation of C. P. Daltzor. .Mr. Dodds Overdrawn .... W. C. Johnson, City Trcas. appeared before tho Council and declined to qualify as Councilman. On moUon tho foregoing reports City Manual elect, J. It. Wright, recohed, ordored spread upon prcsonted his official bond wlUi S. Wore tho reconls, published nnd filed. h DoddB and C. G. Schlonkor as Tlio following ordlnanco which waa tiurottcs; on motion tho bond wis Introduce nt tho Inst regular meet npproved and ordoml spread upon ing wns again read, nnd on moUon tho records and fllod. Marshal regularly passed by Uio nfflrma-tlvWright nppoarcd boforo tho Council was vote of tho flvo Councllmcn pres nnd Uio oath of office wan adminis ent. Bald ordinance la na follows, tered to him by II. C. Helm, Notary Public. Motion was mado nnd carried thnt An Ordlnanco to Prevent Stock In tho future all accounts for work Stock from Running at Largo Within dono for Uio city muBt bo accompan- tho City of Hickman, Ky. ied by a written ordor for tho work Tho City Council of tho City of from Uio pnrty ordorlng tho work Ky., do ordain as follows: dono, otherwise Uio account will not Hickman, no horso, cow, hog, sheep or That bo allowed. On motion a light wan ordored put goat or catUo or Btock of any kind up at tho 8. E. cornor of tho John shall bo permitted to go at largo upKistncr lot, also on tho steps on on Uio streets, alloys, or unlncloscd lots of ground In Uio Oity of HickCumberland strcot. Wright reported that man, Ky. Should an animal of any City Marshal during Sept. 1910, ho collocted fines such kind bo found going at largo In to Uio amount of $100.80. nnd that violation of this ordlnanco, Uio samo ho holds Uio City Treasurer's recolpt may bo takon up by Uio Marshal or nny Police or other poraon nppolutod for sanio. by Uio Marshal or Chief of Pollco or Tho Clork reported that ho had 11 employed by tho Council and takon Uio following doeds: T. o to-wl- t: Peoples Bank certainly appreciates the opportunity of thanking its many patrons Don't delay any 16nger If you want Mulberry posts. Let us know now J. M. James and Magglo L. Pierce. how many you will need. At Tom Lipscomb and Mattle Scales. fish dock. Hurry. Fred Hay-deSam Carpenter and NetUo Gibson. 2p C. B. Johnson and Suslo Griffin. During the heavy rains last week, Boone Taylor and Mary Glasco. John Maddln nnd Mrs. Nannie Car- nearly every store on Lako street in Fulton was flooded with water aud son. Itoss V. Terry and Inez Goad. . goods to Uio value of thousands of dollars wero damaged. Lcsllo Howell and Lonnlo Rudy. Richard Jones and Maud Pierce. G B. Bond says ho Is having wonLuclan Wllklns and Mary Graham. derful success In starting off tho Talmago Thomas and Flnnetto PinBusiness He has sold ner. eight lota and expects to sell several more In Uio next few days. Mo-thon- n. KW Concert Go. Coming. Wo havo in prospect an engagement of Uio celebrated Schubort Symphony Club and Lady Quartetto Company of Chicago, and It Is expected that they will bo secured to givo ono of their dollghtful ontertalnments Oct. 20. This company gives a program of tho greatest variety, of Lady Quartettes, Mandolin and Guitar Club, String, Violin and Vocal Solos, Amusing Readings. In tho Schuborts wo will get a musical entertainment thnt It enjoyable from Uio first to tho last not a long, dull classical affair, but a bright Interesting program of music's choicest gems. Doneflt Ladies Aid Society of M. E. Church. con-slsU- friends for their business and expressions of good will. The value of its first day's business is indeed gratifying . . ut Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src. See samples. Jit Courier Office. SALESMAN WANTED to look after our Interest In Pulton and adjacent counUes. Salary or commission. Ad- drosa Tho Victor Oil Co., Clooland. O. t l o :Ii jy-- 1 ?--- r 'I II s..r-- i ... r " T 1 A GOOD REASON. Strawberry Beds. - Practical Fashions HMaMHi 8KIRT. I - I A WEDDING PRESENT Don't Know? Try Cut Glass Nothing appeals more strongly to the bride. Nothing gives the new home a more luxurious touch. And then we have everything in the gold and silver line. Hickman People Can Tell You Why It Is So. I H V . I Hickman k . -i 1 ) Grocery Co, Do your trading here K1 U M i and save money ... n "'1 ','1 A i on your n CALL AND SEE THEM f) h t Groceries Meats, etc. Paris Pattern No. 8201, Ail Seams Of the many novoltlos which fashion has brought us, the skirt Is one of the favorites. This skirt is well suited to such materials as linens, pongee, foulard, voile and other fabrics which havo not too much body. The skirt which wo Bhow In our Illustration Is one of the most practical of these models. It Is cut with six gores, and tho box plaits are shaped so as to be slightly smaller at the top, where tho edges meet, and are stltchod down to some distance below the curve of the hips. ' For tho balance of their length they aro pressed very flat and have comldor ablo spring when the wearer walks. Tho pattern Is cut In 6 sizes, 22 to 32 Inches waist measure. To make the skirt In the modtum size will require SV yards of material either 88 or 44 inches wide. To procure this pattern eena It cants to "Pattern Dtpartmnnt.'' of this paper Writ nam and addreai plainly, and be sure to civ alx and number of pattern. Allowed. box-plaite- d i Sf HI FNKER-T- he "V" -- Jeweler Sensible View, j rji A. A Take Older One. 9 A successful business man, and tho proud father of several daughters, was endeavoring to find out a certain young man's intentions In visiting his house. "Yes," sold the old man, "I am proud of my girls, and would Iiko to see them comfortably married. I have made a little money, and they will not go to their husbands penni years less. Thero's Mary, twenty-flv-o old and a real good girl. I shall give her $5,000 when she marries; then comes Bet, who won't see S5 again, and I shall glvo her $10,000; and the man who takes Eliza, who is lorty, will have 215,000 with her. Ahem I" Tho young man reflected a moment or so, and then Inquired: "You haven't got one about fifty, havo i i I QOTTAGE HOTEL YY. J. COOK, Prop. BEST A lady received tho following reply from a neighbor In answer to a question as to why sho allowed her children and hor husband to litter up every room In tho houso. The sontl-mowill find lodgment In tho heart person in tho of every home-lovinland. "Tho mark of tho Uttlo muddy feet upon tho floor can bo easier removed than tho stains where tho Uttlo feet go Into tho highways of sin. The prints of tho llttlo fingers upon Si NO. 3291. tho window panes cannot shut out tho sunshlno half so much as tho NAME shadow that darkens the mother's TOW? hoart over tho one who Is but a namo STREET AND NO., in tho coming years. And If my John finds home a rofuge from care, and STATE his greatest happiness within Its four walls, he can put his boots in tho you!" rocking chair and hang his coat' on Time by Telephone. the floor any day In the week. And Ib tho novel method of distributing if I stand It, and ho enjoys lt,I can- standard time to east Germany, a The Hickman Courier and Weekly not see that It is anybody'sbuslness. standard clock at the Hamburg obCommercial Appeal, both one year servatory is connected to the teleEx. $1.25. Get them now. for phone system, and an automatio sounder emits a siren like note during the last Are seconds of each minute. This signal reaches all recelrsrs connected at the time to the exchange's l numbor. g time-signa- Doan's Kidney PUls euro thocanso of disease and that Is why tho cures aro always lasting- - This remedy strengthens and tones up tho kid nays, helping them to drive out of 'ho body tho liquid lKjlsons that aro the onuso of backnoho, headaoho nhd distressing kidney and urinary complaints. Hickman people tostlfy to permanent euros. A. 1. Ovorby, of Hickman, Ky., sayB: "For two or three months I was troubled by disordered kldnoyo. I had dull palas In Uie small of my baok and whenovor I stoopod or lift ed, sharp twlnces oausod mo much mbory. At night the aohe In my back greatly disturbed my rost and I arose) In the morning fading tlrod and languid. Nervous spells bothered mo and the sediment In tho kid-no- y s secretions proved that my needed attention. I.oarnlng of Doan's Kidney mils. I prooured a box Hllleon'a Drug Store nhd at Holm In throe day Uiey relieved me. It the contents of required but one-hal- f tho box to effect a oouiplet oure. I am glad to say that this cure has been permanent and I, therefore, havo no hesitation In allowing you to publish my statement" For sale by all dealers. I'rloo BOc. Foator-MUburCo. Iluffalo, N. Y., sole agents for tho United States. Itomember tho name Doan's and take no other. kid-nayn Tho following. suggested by all u. rlculturol exchange, has been tn with success by ul least one farn, nwir Clinton, who says It work like a oharm: Tho strawberry bed has Uoooi. vory foul wltli grass and woods. ,n the owner was undecided what to i. with It In his dilemma It was su gented ceuttorlng straw over It a burning It over. Tills was done. u when thus tmvtcd not a green i or sprig could bo seen. Wo thon that ended that plantation, but In few weeks what a ohangu! In ' pluoo of n blackened surfaco of bu wood, nrnss and plants, tho gr blades and foliage began to gr and In a short tlmo the whole si fnoe was a muss of green plants a not a need was to bo tuyou. It ,j one of tho finest bods wo over saw season yloldod one i ami the the best orops of fruit wo havo o sen. Afterwards we trlod It beds where tho "leaf roller" making sueh havoc. Immediately aft fruiting season, and It terminal a them on the bed. ut Taxpayers Notice. Stato, County, School and Lqvm Taxes for tho year 1910, are now duo aid payablo. Meet mo or on' of my deputies at the Hickman Bank Hickman, Ky., or the City National Bank, at Fulton, Ky. Pay cow and uold tho rush. Goalder Johnson, Sheriff. The COUtllKIl for the news. $1 a Day House -I- N- VVestern Kentucky : weos fell itkM HMk4e an attwpt to iNtni th MWMOr ntws-PP- t twIMhtg at MayfMd. ohimh! by A bold iMMidlary WHutsd lo mt te who appMVttUy M m UfM Wed-mwtala- y J It. IteMw Special Offer Wc expect to put out n greater number of farm wngona around close to home this year than ever before, and in orcfc to do this we arc making the special prices below. Hj E51FW-S'- P ?! i JT? J ill f W Ms? i.i OUR FALL -- I X STOCK :OI tablespoonfuls of cream, seasoning of salt and pepper, dust of powdered mace and red pepper. When Tery hot add ono cupful of veal cut In dice, al low to ncni uorougmy ana serve. This Is a delicious way of serving veal, and will often taste so much like chicken that It can scarcely be recognized as anything else. PILESI PILE8I Williams' Indian Tile Ointment, will euro Blind, Blooding and Itching Piles It absorbs the tumors, allays Itching at occo, acts aa a poultice, gives Instant relief. Williams' Pile Clatment is prepare for Piles and Itching of tho prlvnto parts. Sold Lt Hickman Drug Co, 60c and $1. WKl-a- V Mfg., Co., Props.. Cleveland, Ohio. tho maxTho government has flx imum fino for placing writing In packages sent through tho malls at 2100. Herotoforo there was a penalty of J10 for anyono who committed tho offenso. Thon Is was only necessary J; to hunt out tho offender, and If ho acknowledged his mistake, make him pay 810. Thon tho postofflco Inspector could attend to that. But now Iho flno has boon raised from 210 to 2100 and has boconio a statute A friend at our olbow suggests that tho best way to head off tho mail order houses is for tho local merchant to advertlso libornlly and get tho trade themselves. It does look roasonahlo and wo expect tho mall order business in Hickman is falling off somo. Tickling In tho throat, hoarseness, loss of volco, lndlcato tho need of BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRJJP. It cases tho lungs, qulots tho cough and restores health in tho bronchial tubes. Price, 2Cc, COc and 21 per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. A valuable dressing for flosh wounds, scalds, old sores, rash, chafed skin, is BALLARD'S 8NOW LINIMENT, it is both healing and antiseptic. Price, 25c, 6O0 and 21 per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Mrs. Annlo Kilpatrlck drovo ovor from Hickman Sunday la an auto to spend a fow hours with her friend and kinswoman, Mrs. Suo Mooro. Clinton Gazette. Send the Courier to your friend from home. Put one tablcspoonful of butter In the chafing dish, when hot add throe Salted Veal. 2?4 Thimble Skein Wagon, with bed, at M " " 3x9 . .$50.00 . 31 ' 52.00 55.00 i .1. FURNITURE it Gin furnish any height wheel preferred, the regular height, 42x52 inclv or the low 40x44 inch or special 37x46 inch. In the low wheel wc specially recommend the 40x44 height, as they are well proportioned, very strong and durable. Upon investigation you will find these prices from $8 to $12 under most all other makes, and at the same time we propose to give you a s light running wagon, made of bone-dr- y material throughout. first-clas- i It U it t 2 IS HERE A larger arid a better assorted stock than ever before seen in this city, and at prices lower than ever. Just think, 2 5 WE GUARANTEE EVERY WAGON right along side any other make for strength, light running, etc. Remember that while wc 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. l Quartered Oak Davenport $25.00 Oak Bedsteads at 2.7 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. f ff ! Dodds, the proprietor, having his own timber and mills, is in position to build wagons for much less than those who are compelled to go on the open market for their supply of material. Being a large planter, Mr. Dodds uses a great number of wagons, and is in position to know just what style wagon suits the farmer best and is now having wheels made with extra thick tires, deeper felloes, larger hubs and all other parts ironed in proportion. Mr. S. L I I ft 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 arc thoroughly familiar with the important points of wagon manufacture, and arc 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 see us. Wc have a good stock of all size wagons on hand and will appreciate your business. Respectfully, WE WOULD BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU Hickman Furniture Co. INCORPORATED Next door to Post Office. T HICKMAN WAGON CO. INCORPORATED t : j!"- in I 8jiminiwjeiewwMimiwmri