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Digital page images are linked to the text file. !f'3F,-- s i!w 'mfK-- r ""vei LIVIHO In Kullun rounly Hill you that u print tell uiurc locnl newt tlinn itiir utlivr imtwr In tliliI FOLKS HOW I I? n. - JL tectum Kitnturkr THE HieKMAN TJib sSECTOA advertising in llw Team that Pulls the Comnwrclal Wagon up tho Hill of Succosa. 1 NO. VOLUME OLOKBT PAPER IH WKBTBRN lEnTOOl'T eURIER. DraasB A BLUE MARE HERE mean tbat yonr sub- scription hfti'explrpil Ilenew promptly If you want the paper to coma to you after this mouth Courlei hao a Spankin' Goad Team. tho RxIbs of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Lat's Hitch Up WHOLE HO. an HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1910. ESTABLISHED IH THE TEAK 30J37 S lHliU J 'tl Farms for Sale. Fine Farming Land for Sale on Easy Tteerms. Desiring, to got out of builtics. I havo decided to ull off nil of my laud aud will offer some as flno land In tho world on almost any terms tlmt a purchaser may desire. No. 1. I havo ono farm of 200 onohalf mllo north of Dodds' & 8L L. Hy., ono Switch on N. half mllo cost of East Hickman Switch, 1W aero In cultivation, balance In Utubor, mostly flno pecan. All of this land is ubovo overflow except pecan land. Hub a largo barn two bouse and a stable. Ha boon In clovor and pasluro for tho last i year. J 1 1.000 will buy this property, IS or SO per cout cash, balance, ouo to twenty year If desired, at C per oont interest. B n S. .S .S S.J l.j... S. S . . . I Smart'9 Footwear Our new Fall Shoes appeal to the sound judgement of all classes. When you are ready to be fitted, remember we can give you the latest styles without heaping on extra charges. We say, with pride, you will find shoes in our store that are luxuriously dressy, as well as shoes for street or general wear JK3&9 m affei i.., I On the Streets II I Heard I I'M M I M"I"H"M' Flno weather. Best patent flour 70c a sack at Barkotfs. 25c Corn and tomatoes threo cans for at Barkott'o. a Italph Baltzor has been qui to sick for several days. Arm & Hammer brand soda 6 packages for 25c at Barkott's. Cypress Shingles, $1 a thousand nt mill. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. Special sale of Ostrich Plumes Friday, Saturday and Monday at Smith & Ambcrg's. ::::::::::: i LADIES' SHOES Gcntccl correct are our patent gunmctal and vici Button or Bluchcr 3.00 to 3.50 MEN'S SHOES Very correct shapes for young or middle aged men 3.00 to 3.50 Iccal foot comfort in our 4.00 to 4.50 "Stubb'st 11 Mml sstiiiiiBrM SBBBBBBBBBBBBSJSBBJ I H All prescriptions taken to Helm & Ellison's are filled by "Clint" Ellison nobody etee. C. II. Beshers, proprietor of tho Star Mills at Columbus, was here on acres below Farm Hlckmau, all In cultivation, 3 hou and cood barn, 3 mllo from Hick. man on cood public road. ThU placo Is known as tho Laudordalo farm. Wilt toko ISO pur aero, tamo terms as abovo. No. 3. One pUco of 340 acres, 7 cood tenant bouo and a nice all in cultivation, ten acre In alfalfa, cood poach orchard, and good barns. This place Is known us tho Johnson placo. Price f&C.OO per aero. No. 4. One farm of COO acres, 160 acres lu cultivation, balance, dwaJon-cexcept merchantable timber, flvo miles from Hickman, soten tenant Louses, three bams, price is S&0 for cleared land aud $40 for This is picked land and better cannot bo found. No. 3. of 90 II lmml SSI Grace and elegance to be found in our patent, cravcncttc and Runmctal, in Button or Bluchcr 3.50 to 4.00 JHEsM Very correct shoes in hand- made Button or Bluchcr. 4.50 to 5.00 all leathers HRngMv tSBlllBHiSESRsilBBtsffSr' MMmfmlvjmmr jflJKr x fl w fri A ' aam i H business Tuesday. Irving Horino arrived hero Sunday from Loulsvillo to visit Miss Annio Cowglll for a fow days. Capt. K. M. Ryan was out la Ark ansas a few days this week on busi ness for the Mengel Box Co. Coop cot-Utg- The strongest line of Men's and Boys' Work Shoes ever shown by us 1.50 to 3.50 9 Bradshaw MILLET & ALEXANDER vent over to Union City and II. A. White In search of cotton pickers, Tuosday, but failed to secure any. Mrs. Moggie Handle and MIssAnna Outten havo returned from Loulsvillo where they wont as delegates to the U. D. C. convenUon held thoro. Mrs. A. M. DeBow left yesterday for Murlin lu attend a convention of a missionary society. Sho was sent as a delegate from the Hickman W. Q. Dornan came over Tuesday from Dyer8burg to visit Miss Annio Cowglll. Mr. Dornan, who was hero with the Mengel Box Co for two years, leaves this weok tb'tako'a position at the now plant In Kayvlllo, La. Mrs. Avco Journey has purchased ono of S. L. Dodds residences, tho ono Just east of S. M. Naifch,, paying $1700 for it, A. O. Klmbro and SaBBBBBBBBBBBBBafsfcW No. 6. One farm of 425 acres, all In cultivation, four miles below Hick man, tenant houses to overy 25 acres several torso barns and ono of tho finest places below Hickman, It Is known at tho Buhr farm, five miles from Hickman, price $76 an acre. a &)tty$mt Men's Head-to-Fo- ot Outfitters mmmmmmmmmmmgmmmmmmw EVEN THE CONSUMER IS OPTIMISTIC HE KNEW HER. f8alaaalaWQWft7- - I No. C. Ono farm of 35 acres ono miles below Hickman, and ono-bncood houso, stablos, etc, prlco I S3 an aero. I No. 7. Ono farm of 170 acres 3fc miles below Hickman, 160 acres in A small quantity of vinegar boiled , cultivation, balance la woods lot. 4 on me rango win cuuiui'iuci uiu wuu, I cood houses, stables etc Prlco $75 of boiled cabbage or othor vegetables In darning curtains If thu rent is per acre. large, tako a pleco of an old curtain No. 8. Ono farm of 1700 ocros (our and patch tho nolo with It and tho main placo) fine barns, cood bouses, damago will scarcely bo noticed. A crust of bread is best to cloan a 100 acres In alfalfa, prices furnished ticky bread or cako pan. Novcr uso on application. a kntfo or anything that will scratch All of this land Is protected by tho the surface and Invito more sticking lovoo and produce 25 to 60 bushels thereafter. To mend a crock on tho lnsldo of a of wheat per acre, a bale of cotton, alfalfa, and In fact any crop that you range, uso a filling made of equal common salt parts of wlh to plant. I also havo several moistenedwood ashes and will provo with water. This over good tenant house scattered hard and lasting. tho City of Hickman that I will sell Tho best way to extract tho Julco at a bargain, also 76 bead of good from an onion, when needed for flavor. mulos, three years old in tho spring, Ing, is to cut a sltco from the root o year-old- s and a end of tho onion, rcmovo the outer 16 suckling colts, beside CO or skin and press onion on a coarso lot of grater rising a rotnry motion. CO cood brood maros aud soma flno When tho boiled mutton has served Jersey catllo, also 60 good work mules Its purpose as a dinner meat In ono Invariably roturns at luncheon In buying from mo you buy direct family It or supper as a salad, and nlwnys with from Uio owner, having no commis sandwiches flllod with mnyonnaiso sions to pay somo ueaicr. mixed with chopped capers. lf 1 16-on- MbbbbbbbWA N YTTlliM laMaaWgSSasiYiigMf jaKAviiy sB wIStsaaHEaKHiHI mT90?mm&aw jfi VW iafipcsnfiAy ) M9HaVBMHHH WKRmEmmmmWl fJlMlil' JjH family, who occupied tho house, have moved to tho J. H. Pollock property on the same street. J IBM WIa.Mlli wwKHbL MyW ir r.ui.i iij h'ii" i'ii - - - , BEST GARMENT MADE For further particulars call on 8. L. DODDS, Hickman, Ky. nnd wlfo, of Tonn., was tho guest of Mow Harkott nnd wlfo Tuosday. (3. L. Phllllppl Hor-tenH- c. teaspoon of chopped raisins, one-hal-f butter thoy havo been for sovoral flavoring. Put a spoonful of (loured. whoro in llttlo tins, buttered and months. Hnvo tho pans but half full and when put and sides J. II. PcobloB, Buporlntondont of baked Ico tho topseach cako. and tho Uso N. C. & St. I... a whole ralsln on this division of the pntty pans with straight Bides. and party, were here Tnosdny, on nn Mrs. turned Mondny from Itnyvlllo, J. A. Moore nnd children re- Ijx.. As a dainty to servo at teas rrmko Rub ono somo llttlo ralsln cakes. half cup of buttor to a cream with ono cup of flno granulated sugnr, add' ono cup of milk, two cups of flour sifted twlco with two lovel tcaspoonH cup of f of baking powdor. ono-hal- Afternoon Tea Cakes. HLBBBBB?LmSfn!lffi BuSBBWBBBBBVSSBBBBv ' TTBBBBBBB FvVSSBBBBBB3BBBBBBl JTh) : SBBBBBSSSSSSSSSSSSBSf; J, SBBBbVLbBBBBBW W 'K&A.t'lf wSBtSf'- tr i - M iSflBBBBBBi InHpecllon trip. MnHBHtssW mil EPV i bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbWU Xjaaa-xrE- i t I Maple Sugar Fudge. Ono pound of maplo sugar, one pint of croam, a fow drops of vnnllla. a small lump of buttor. I fSmW. ' jS&$mL&LmWWWm ' bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1 Col. C. C. Mengel, president of tho Mengel Box Co., Robt. Schleicher, general superintendent, T. S. HamilTom I have tho key to her heart. ton, mechanical engineer, and C. C Dick You must havo robbed a Mongol, Jr., all of Loulevlllo, arrived bank. here Tuesday from Rayvlllo, La., to visit tho Mengel plants hero.. They Pretty Mean. wero tho guests of Col. C. L. Walker, The meanest man In town. manager of the local plants. I guess, must be the cliap Who. when the home team lost, declared On Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Roy lie didn't care a tap. Clark entertained a number of frionds nt Rook. An excellent salad course As It Impressed Him. Penuchlo Editor What's tho general was served. The guests wero effect of the new "hobble skirt?" W. C. Spoer, F. M. Caso, C. T Brldgo Editor Woll. if it Is tho one Bondurant, J. C. Sexton, Henry SanI saw on one of tho olevatod loop plat- ger, W. L. Holm, J. W. Roney, R. L. forms the othor afternoon Is a correct Bradley, J. L. Araberg, Lon Naylor, sample, tho general effect Is hard to describe, but tho particular effect Is A. E. Kennedy, and Misses Charlotto to lower tho waist lino to a point Just Hubbard and Annie Cowglll. nelow the knoes. Friday afternoon, Miss Mabel Wilson entertained a number of friends The First Ono. In honor of Ml3s . "About signing this Declaration of from threo to flvo Edwards, of Mayfleld, who Is pa-- I Ruth Independence," said the cautious trlot of '76 to anothpr, "don't you visiting her sister,- Mrs. F. T. Randlo. think It a very dangerous proceed- Tho color schemo was pink and green ing?" and effectively carried out In refresh"Well," replied the other, "I don't ments and favors. Dainty needle Lnnw fhnt If tvlll nnlfn n nnrtlfMllnr. cases wero presented tho guestB as ly rnno and sate Fourth for the fnvora. An exceUo'lt salad course signers." was served. The guests wero Misses Ruth Ellison, Bottlo DeBow, Chariot e A Double Vacation, Hubbard, Louise Atwood, Virginia Pn Mrs. Neighbors I havn't seen any- tlier, Homor Green, Irene Farls, Do' thing of your wlfo for a couple of tie Davidson, Lucllo Bondurant, Ethel weeks. Is sho out of town! Cowgill Crosslots Yos; she's passing her Naylor, Mnymo Naylor, Annie Randlo and Mrs. Louis Mrs. F. T. vacation In the country. Neighbors And Kilpntrlck, of Memphis. Mrs. Indeedl when do you tako your vacation? Crosslots Oh, I'm having mine now. Mes-dames - tj - S't .1 I V LAUNDRY -- AT- ! Bradley & Parham's liaskel leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best WOrN f Drcak the sugar Into small pieces, odd crenm and lot It cook until it forms a soft ball In water, or sugars on tho edges of n pan. Stir constantly Pour thickly Into buttered tins, after boating lightly on romoval from stovo. This Is nlco with nuts addod. or chopped cream nuts give a delicious flavor. mmmMJmV&mvBM&W3n HBB Hsbbw saw Kitmr iKfimmmm WSA ffuA jpSBjBJFBByvBP8pBjBBjBBjBI B A Little Misunderstanding. "I went to Jollyby'a house the other night to welcome them back after their honeymoon trip, and as I sat In the parlor I heard the bride calling him down " "Already.? Poor old Jollybyl" "Let me finish, will you? I heard the bride calling him down stairs." iPrice House I I MRS. I. D. PRICE Owner nnd Manager. 4. $1.00 Por "D.y 5 ' $1 A GARMENT An ondeavor will bo made to r ganlzo tho West Hickman Sunday school noxt Sunday afternoon at 2:50. Everybody Is Invited to meet at tho Chapel promptly at that hour. ro-o- Lowest rriccs 1 rt Mrs. J. l' Nowby, who has been vialtlnir Mrs. Dornlo Hughes nnd oth er Hlckiunn frionds, left for hor homo In Kingston Springs, Tenn., Tuosday, BRADLEY & PARHAM Regular meals will be served Special weekly rales. Her old patrons and friends are cordially Invited to again make this their headquarters s f fc'J rjj- - " I 1 i '4Mm jBtwjj WWW Growing in Interest. Ellison Bros. Out BUTTER Is selling well. This has tho Mnplo flavor and Is used on Hot Biscuit, Pancnkos, Waffles and as a sauco for Puddings, also for frosting for cakes and for cako filling. And so Is Maplolnc It requires no cooking to niako Maplo Syrup wUh Mnplolno. One and throe-quartpounds of Granulated Sugar put Into water and allow to sot until dissolved, thon strain and a toaspoonful of MAPLEINE will mnko a quart of excellent Mnplo Syrup at a cost of about fifteen cents. Log Cab-I- n Maplo Syrup, tho best on tho market sells for fifty cents a quart, and this you make Is really better. SUGAR gepotter Kp: IVVIflllllBivBvffflVfllVlffl Hallow o'en next I.cue- meeting tonight. Tho straw hats still hang on. New French and Willow plums Nalfeh Bros. Tho revival at tho Baptist church continues to grow In Intorest. Rov Williams, of Clinton, who Is conduct lng the services, Is nn earnoet worker and giving umluent satisfaction His sermons aro not Uie mnde-to- moasuro sort, but of tho old tlmo 10- llglon vnrloty. Ho believes In hewing to tho Hue regnrdlew or where tho chips full. Mr. Power" Over Illness Don't crIticiseyour doctor because medicine prescribes by htm fails to have the de The preicnp sired effect tlon may have been good but the Ingredient! dispense' poor. Give the doctor a fair show b taking his prescrtp tloni to a druggist who makes a point of dispensing onlj pure drugs of right potenlcv drugs that have the power to overcome illness. Tested drugs only ar used here, and skilled phar maclsts do the compounding You should have the brtt procurable when combating sickness. The choir, under the leadership of Petroft, Is doing some splendid wor.k at It Is probnblu the meeting will continue another wtok or two, although It has boon in progress for post. 18 Howard Mooro has accepted a posi tion with Junes Cafe. days Now crop QUAKER OATS are uow In. ages for a quarter. Wo aro selling two pack- - Is tho Our CREAMERY BUTTER is very flno. Wo got It ovory, wook. best Elgin Creamory make. It Thorn havo been six additions to Let tho Elite Club press your suit the ohuroh thus far, with renewed InNVxt door to Montgomery's store. terest ut onoh service. Attendance Chas B. Via and Miss Beatrice lloe-- Is also InoretisInK dally. were married In Clinton, Monday. You are miming a splendid meeting If you fall to attend. Hay don Freeman and I. W. Dob bins were horo form Fulton yester-da- y r Misses Little and Stella Davis were Sam McCoy, nn aged altlsen of the shopping in Hickman Wednesday. county residing near Fulton, died Wo expect on tho boat tonight, NEW LOBSTERS, SHRIMPS, Diphtheria Has broken out Hi oer Tuesday of consumption. MARASCHINO CHERRIES, DIUED BEEF In CANS, NEW school. School was dhtmlmed Wed HONEY In glass, NEW CURRANTS, VE.VL LOAF and CHICKEN SOUP. Mrs No'fol returned to Fulton to- - nesday. AIK FOR. RATBS- dav after spending a few days with Miss Ivy Lee N'ooeoti ami her two sister. Mrs Paris Nalfeh. Wo have all tho fresh Cakes and Crackers from National Biscuit WOODLAWN DAIRY. skiers, daughters of Chas and Mt CO. CHEESE SANDWICHES, FIG NEWTON'S, BARONIAL BISCUITS. A. M. Lest, Prop. Threatening and much SalHe Noonon, are quHe III of diph Weather: ATHENA IiEMON CAKES. OYSTERETTES, OLD TIME SUGAR COOKcolder Thursday, with possibly sho- theria. Do I of Milk and Butter dcUrroi dXiNTIES, NABISCO. DINIES, SARATOGA FLAKES. COCOANUT wer. Friday partly cloudy and cool. Homo Phone No. 27. BISCUITS, SOCLVL TEAS and FIVE O'CLOCK TEAS. Harry Sublette met with a serion NER Regular sop loos at the Methodist uQotdeHt, Wet tnoet forte mUely he hot McMUMrtY A FLAT t'hurch next Hununy morning nuu ev- Tyler Davie were not hurt. Ijist Attorney :t Law delivery wagons now, we aro ablo to mnko much oarller With three ening by tho pastor. Rev. O. W. Wil- Tuesday Htghl they were ooumhk from morning deliveries. Wo havo in both phones, CUMBERLAND 30, and Office over Hickman Drug Conipr r son Clinton w!tH their team ran off and Hickman, Ky. HOME 63. left them at Maeeow and eeHWed Heeler Moore and wife, of Hnat with a passing train which struck Lee Ellison. Hickman, lost tbolr youngest ehlh). OETTERSWORTM A. PRATHCR them, knocking groat hotee In their Croecrlst Monday. Tho baby was only n few heads, He think he may save one months old. home but It le nenhUnl sheet the City Delivery; both pboaes No. ti -IWst of KtL-r-; "'ng" Senator Bob Taylor, DomoeraUe ether. They had a calf In the wagon which was thrown ent sad one candidate for governor of Tenneseee, HICKMAN .URNITURE CO. will speak at Union City, Thursday. leg broken. The Bc'iiUcmuu seny he Funeral Directors and Cmbalmeri. Oct 27 Hickman will be well repre- eengrntiMftted that It was not worse. 350x1sented there on that date. Phono 20, night or day. IlloStnian. Ky. AUy. AttleM Tyler Wrought mtt R. It Burnett says he Is right en tho trail of tho parties who used tils this week far W. A. Dodds. who owns DR. E. M. CRUTCHriELD. buggy Sunday night without hts con- 1U shares out or 1W nfeae of the Oentltt Hickman Athtetlo Aeseohttten stock, sent, and they may save further tren-bi- o for the purpose ef setting the proper- Davidson's old stand. Phone No. 1 by making amends at onoe. Both ty, paring Its debt ami the haktnesi Hickman, Ky. live near whore tho rig was left. If any, te be divided between Uw TMs property te tho A. A Farts still entertains hopes stockholders. Mrs. C. 11. gMKk. of West 1 Irk rk In West Hlck&an. of raising and saving tils tug. the baseball man. who haa both for son. Molo. which sank last winter during Ellison Bros., $200. Sheriff Ocmkler Johnson ami Jailg time, hi rvftorfeHl vry low this 11 wm tho heavy flow of ioe. A few weeks W A. N)lor went to Old Minister Dead, Levee is Assured, E. E. Rooves, $25. Jordan this Ins Hst rrnrry Is doubtful ago her rabtn was islblo but the waP. J. Frent, $20. morning to try a Miss Hardy for inter came up again and she will like- sanity 8hf Is about 40 yars old d Hulls and at Ion C. B. Wright, $5. M prtn-- s si in Klhv Hub on On Rov. J. B. Bushart, a Missionary ly remain under water until next Tho West Hickman levee will bo Henry Sanger, $250. Fresh Oysters. Jones Baptist preachor, who has proachud year Sho sank near the Incline built; there is no longer any doubt ton Will Winters Mgr Hickman Ind. Tol. Co., $10. at a number of places In this section S. A. Bassett, $20. about It. Enough money is now in mmmm MMMMWMMMw,M,w,MwwaMM,wWMa for a quarter of a century or more, sight to assure Its consummation. R. M. Isler, $10. died at the homo of Wm. Glldowell. Mrs. Jessie Dillon, $10. At the meeting In West Hickman near Brownsville, yesterday about J. T. Stephens, $25. Tuesday night, a committee composnoon. Hickman Concrete Co., $20. ed of F. M. Provow, Judge R. S. Ho bad been in bad health for Walter McLln, $10. Murrell, W. E. Allen and T. B. some time, and was getting ready to Mrs. E. Case, $15. was appointed to solicit tho At CO. W. go to his homo at Rldgoly, Tonn , Rudolph Gloser, $5. merchants and business men. They Tuesday, when ho was taken with a F. L. Motheny, $10. now have this work in charge, and hard chill. O. B. Powell, $15. meeting with splendid success. aro Ho was a membor In good standLuke Shaw, $10. ing of tho Masonic lodge at Rldgely, Tho list Which we print herewith, Fllmoro Jenkins, $15. Made in Syracuse shows only the West Hickman propand being In dcstltuto circumstances, W. H. Provow, $30. ITA3H IONAULC CLOTHES erty owners contributions. Tho list W. M. Cason, $20. tho Hickman lodge took charge of iho of merchants and the amounts given remains and hdd thorn decently In J. M. Harkey, $30. will bo published next week. terred at Brownsville this morning. T. B. Hinshaw, $20. Mac Bushart, of near this city Is Clarence Bruer, $35. Following are the loveo subscripa cousin, and ho also has a cousin R. H. Kirk, $20. tions to date: at Big Sandy, near Paris, Tenn , and B. F. Mayers, $15. Mengel Box Co., $6,000. it is said, a daughter at tho same Marvin Fllppln, $10. Richmond & Bond Co., $1,050. place. Levy Calvert, $10. W. A. Dodds, $100. Deceased was about G3 years old J. II. Haynes, $10. E. R. Murroll, 1200. and had tho reputation of being ablo H. Hodges, $5. to quote raoro scripture than any F. M. Provow, $125. Bud Shaw, $10. B. F. Gabby, $50. other person in this section or tho Chas. Beckham, $10. country. L. A. Donnell, $25. Mrs. J. T. Fuller, $5. R. E. Roberta, $25. Moao Barkett, $10. J. P. Leggate, $10. A. S. Barkett, $10. Wo can savo you inonoy on ostrich O. N. Helm, $40. C. B. Travis, $10. The advantage of the convertible collar overplumes. Nalfeh Bros. W. C. Johnson, $225. U. P. Upshaw, $10. coat is that it really is two coats in one. You J. A. Cotton, $40. Mrs. C. A. Holcombo has been qulto A. J. Flotcher, $25. Tom Dillon, Sr $25. sick, for tho past two weeks. can change it Trom a coat with the regulaA. J. Claywell, $10. Chas. HaCkott, $20. tion collar to a coat with a millitary collar in C. A. Holcombo, $100. Dont fall to soo Nalfeh Uros. show W. F. Edmonds, $20. W. L. McCutcheon estate, $20. window for flno ostrich plumes. a second. E. A. Hammonds, $20. J. W. White & Son, $10. H. E. Curlin, $55. Hardy Freeman, a negro, was fined Mrs. E. C. Campbell, $5. W. E. Allen, $20. The advantage of buying your overcoat here S11.C0 in Judgo Remley's court this Geo. Meacham, $10. E. W. Adams, $25. week for breach of tho peaco. F. S. Mooro, $20. is that you get the most value for your money J. Q. Adams, $15. I JkZ Standard Oil Co., $20. 5 if v ssH Willie Winters guarantees satisfacGoalder Johnson, $20. II. C. Helm, $12.50. tion in all work done by tho now J. O. Ryan, $10. M. B. Shaw, $100. Pressing Club. Glvo them n, trial. Jno. Klstner, $10. J. W. Ronoy, $20. Jno. E. Samuel, aged 21, and Miss A meeting will be held at tho Lyric Mamie Truo, aged 25, were married tonight to which everybody Interested by The coats are plain and fancy in fashionable Rov. Williams, Sunday. Doth uro In the loveo and in Hickman aro Inresidents of West Hickman. models that are so popular this season. Atvited. Its object will bo to appoint a committee to take in chnrgo tho Julia Wurd Howe, philanthropist tractive patterns and fine fabrics. ' Attorncy-at-La- w city's end of tho loveo work and such and author, died at Mlddlctown, R. I.. rHiHAiu uwin other steps as may bo deemed neces- Tuesday, aged 91 years. Mrs. Howo's sary to promote tho causo. chief work was tho composition of s Will practice in all Courts tho "Rattlo Hymn of tho Republic." Judge Murroll has worked faithfully or ine oiaie. for a month getting up tho money for Tho United States Supremo Court S this work, and to him more than any yesterday denied a rehearing In tho XTlolunAU, other man in Hickman, is tho credit Missouri River rate case. Tho order duo for tho levee, which Is sure to Of tho Interstate Commorco Commisbo built. Wo need a few more like sion reducing tho rates involved will Office with INCORPORATED him; men who will donate some tlmo now go into effect. Tho court also Judge B. T. Davis ; 5 and labor to helping public refused a rehearing in tho Denver rate case. -- Tomorrow,, wo aro looking for now FLORIDA ORANGES, tho first of tho season. Will hayo FRESH GRAPES tomorrow also. Mrs Brock of Bowling Green, moth- c of Mrs Jus. Thomas, was lure shopping Tuesday. Rush Creek Items. Cowgill's Drug Store (Incorporated) Business -- Directory hr Ellison Bros. 1 h-- k rlurl un-esp- WI tri HIn-aha- S. PECK Convertible Collar Overcoats ' aV See Our $18.50 Offers 1,4, M. TYLERl I j Ity. j BALTZER & DODDS D. G. CO. ', d . t T',WJ "W1 ffWv iV ,1 MMMMMMMMMM' LINEN WORK BANANAS BAGS MADE USEFUL ARTICLES lOc A Dozen KIRK & WARD DAINTY LACE HAT. EASILY AT HOME. EXTRAORDINARY SPECIAL SALE OF Any Woman Ostrich Plumes a specfal arrangement with The Pacific Ostrich Plume Company, we will hold a three day's sale of Ostrich Plumes, commencing FRIDAY, OCT. 21, and continuing through Saturday and Monday ; come early and make selections before the choicest bargains are gone. By VI Who Is at All Handy With the Needle Can Easily Own Attractive Design Some Suggestions. There la no reason why any woman who la handy with her needlo should not own a number of the pretty linen hand and work bngs so much In the mode this season. The bags are easily embroidered and even the most dlfllcult can be niado up without any trouble by the person ho fit on the frame Tho linen may be bought In any shade to' match tho gown with which tho bag la designed to be carried, but white perhaps makes up best The The Pacific Ostrich Plume Come are large manufacturers and direct importers, and we are able to place before you the choicest and best French Plumes at prices bag can be cut ovor a paper pattern, which Is simple to make, most of these receptacles being of easily copied shnpo. It ono ponessos one bag of this sort already made up. It ts easy to form others on the same model. A simple bag on which to try the 'prentice band Is In tho purse shape so often seen In leather. It Is of whlto or natural-colorelinen, embroidered In a running doslgn of rosea, which gives the effect of gtorlflcd cretonne. Instead of a chain, tho metal frame Is provided with a long linen cord with tassels knotted Into It about a quarter way up on either sldo. This bag may be effectively embroidered either In the natural colors (yellow rosea would be especially chic) or In all whlto. with mercerized thread. Very much In the Indian style la a bag of tan linen, Ore sided and coming Into a point at the bottom. Ex cept at the top edge. It Is finished all around with a deep fringe In brawn. It Is a workbag and doea not noed a metal frame, but Is held by means of a long handle of linen or raffia. In fact, the fringe Itself may woll be of rafila. and so may the largo rosettes which hold tho handlo to the bag proper. The design Is conventional with a straight border and an Indian bird pattern taking up the sides. Tho embroidery. In red and brown, may bo dope In heavy mercerised cotton or In raffla. A largo tassel bangs from each of the four corner rosettes, A dainty little bog, just right for embroidery, Is long and almost oval In shae, and should properly be of croohctcd lace, but makes upvoryprot-tllIn whlto linen embroidered 'virtually all ovor In a wild rose doalgn. the flowers so thick that each rose touches tho next About two thirds way up the bag a band of linen, with ribbon Insertion (the ribbon being continued aa tho strings of tho bag), conceals tho opening An edging of llttln crocheted buttons about thla lower a crocheted tassol at tho rounded end. and lol tho bag Is complete, and a dainty and usablo affair It la. Finally, wo have two workbngs of th tl.fNh!nn"l shape, a cardboard circle at the bottom and the bag puffed out from this and tlod with a ribbon drawstring. Tho first of these Is of green linen and has a vine pattern running around the middle. This should be worked In a lighter green outlined In black. Tho strings should ribbon. be of green Inch-wid- e The second of these capacloua bags Is workod In a largo rose design which linen Is prottlost In natural-colorewith tho roses In red and with red strings. Or the roses and the ribbon may bo of pink and the blossoms and green leaves may" bo outlined In black, or, as an unusual touch. In white. y two-third- s, d that cannot be approached by anyone. Fine 18-in- ch Plumes at $1.25 aBrV- - Beautiful Plumes at $2.00, $2.75, $3.50, $4.00 $5.00 up to the Finest Willows We will have any Plume made to match any shade. These Plumes are made from feathers of the male bird and are fully guaranteed; a good Plume is like a good diamond, an investment for life. Pino whtto lace and delicate pink Imaginable. The Illustration giro a clear Idea of the arrangement of eaoh. and a pretty nnlah ( the broken wreath of fine white .lOwera about the crown. Thla It an Ideal model for brldetmalda' hat a. Air for Qaby, In balmy weather the more the baby sleeps out of iloora the better. He should be put Into hla perambulator and be warmly but lightly covered, with a hot water bottle for hla feet and a shade around him to protect hlra from all draughts. He will not only aleep peacefully In tbla way. but will be saining health and strength from breathing the fresh air In cool or stormy days, when he mutt sleep Indoor, be sure that he Is not limited for fresh air If an opon window In the nursery makes too much of a draught on the bed. a board six or eight Inches high and Just the width of the window will give a constant change of air between the two sashes without a direct current of air Open VVVVVYTWWYTTTTVVTYTTYYY' tarssallne ribbon combine In making one of tbn prettiest garden party bata We urge all our customers to call and see the greatest display of Plumes ever shown in Hickman. Remember the days FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY i' SMITH & AMBERG Best On Earth. Cotton Is still king and Hickman nnd surrounding country Is queen. For many years cotton hns ranked na king of all products produced by this moth or soil. A fow years ago Uie rnlsing of cotton was practically unknown In this section but it has dovolopcd and been demonstrated that wo havo tho grentost cotton producing country in tho ontlro South. Statistics show that Kontucky produces mora cotton nor aero than any stato In tho union. Fulton County leads all other counUos and tho Immediate sections adjoining Hickman leads all other sections of Fulton county, and it Is a fact wo should bo proud of. From Uio Fulton County Capitol AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA T. WMIIvy. 7W Chaa Wilson to ncrea on Dyeralwrg road, I WO. K K. White and S. II. Stone trai lo J. S. Ikirkett. lot Ih Wstt Hickman. $1009. The ooutity had to record power of attorney 18 tluwa in mako this deed. It 8 Cnrr to II. T. Tyler, dower right to ICO asree land, 0O. II. I), Uoblnson to 0. L. Wnlkw. laud $380. I' M. Ushor to Mr. Hobble II. Sonff. lot In Fulton, $1300. II. N. Nichols to J. 8. Cruce, 4 acre land, flSOO. U-- has to havo young bolls to support him, and beforo tho hot weather has lasted long enough for him to pro duce and survive hero our cotton bolls would bo too far advanced. At any rate wo are on tho extreme northern end and will bo tho last ono to bo affected. We can truthfully sny that wo havo tho best farming country to bo found In tho world nnd especially our lands below Hickman, which havo becomo bo prominent. Wo havo recently had a statement from a practical retired farmer, who demonstrated that by clearing up our bottom lands that It is as healthy as any section of tho country you can find and it will only bo a fow years before they will havo artesian wells nil through tho bottom sections, as exports say there will bo no trouble in getting tho snmo 'water there and an overflowing well as they now havo In, Hickman. We fully expect to seo Hickman tho metropolis of this rich country within tho next flvo years to double Its population as It 1b Impossible now to get carpenters enough W. 0. W. Notice. Every member of Elm Camp No. 3, Hickman, Ky., is requested to be at the lodge room next Wednesday night Oct 26, 1910, as we are going to havo a meeting of vast Importance, a meeting that will concern every member personally, and It will be PYLE, your duty to attend.-JO- HN Clerk Elm Camp No. 3. Twelve hundred bags of bleached flour, which wero seized by tho federal authorities at Nashvlllo as It was In transit from Kansas City to Atlanta, has been condemned and confiscated by tho government authorities as an adulterated arUclo of food and has been ordered destroyed by tho United States marshal. Little MILLET & Rock, Ark., -- 1013,. 1910. m ALEXANDER, On Wednesday evening, the young men of Uio town gave n d.ineo at the Harry hall. 1'rof. Julian's hiring band furnished tho music nnd the dane wert enjoyed until about 1J.J0. was served throughout the guests wor evening. Tho outof-tow- n Miss Kuth Edwards, of Mnyfleld. nnd The Irvlno llourlno, of Ioulsvlllo. other Kuostn wero Missus Charlotte Hubbard, Homer droon, Louise Annlo Cow gill, Irctio Fnrls. Itenoau, Noll llogers, Virginia Prnthcr, Mubol Wilson. Krnnkyo Hold Edward Prather. Qua Al and exander. Claronco Jloynolds. Clnrunco Ilwd, Guy Halo. Ford Maddox. A. Loroy Clrnk, nnd C. Thorne. Also Mr. nnd Mm. T. T. 8 way no. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chna. 8. Driver, Mr. mid Mrs. J. C. Boxton, Mrs. Nannie Kingman, Mrs. lloy Clark, Mra. H. " 1'ruthor. o Mt-ssr- At n box suppor at tho Hdmlston school house Wednesday night, n young mnn was sloshed across me breast with n knife by some drunken rowdies. Drs. Naylor nnd Wright had to tako nlno sttohoa to closo the wound. Joe Honor has resigned his position as salesman with tho Naylor Mercantile Co.. at Cayca, and will buy stock. Joq is a mighty clovor follow. Chns. Thorna, of tho Mongol Box Co., lioulsvlllo, hns been transferred to tho office at Uiis place. Mndrld. Mow-hero on business Wednesday. Cnpt. F. M. Ilynn was In Louisville Tuesday. E. A. Loud of Now as who nn attempt to cross tb AUan A mndo tin imnn In nn airship thla weo'x, failed In tholr attempt, Tlioy traveled about 8G0 miles, woro cough'. In a storm nnd fortunately picked up by Print Wollmnii nnd six ... Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src. See samples. 111011 n pausing vessel. horo tho guest of 8. L. Dodds and family. A. A. McCnry Is In Hot Springs for hla health. Ho lives on routo 3. In d. Q. Wndo, of Macon, Miss., Is Mrs. U. Norron Is visiting relatives Trenton, Tonn., this week. Llttlo Al Jones has been on tho sick list tills week. Tho river Is falling rapidly. guage reads 18.1. Work on the now railroad merrily along. Cairo A goes A 41 At Courier Office. Hickman, Ky. Our cotton has been shipped to markets whero cotton from all sec- Gentlemen: tions of tho country Is shipped to bo Miss Louise Atwood, librarian of payment sold nnd It has proven to bo a stnplo New York the Carnegie Library, asks us to anthat Is always In demand and can you library will hereafter nounce tbat-th- e Rook. bo readily sold whilo cotton from othbo open every afternoon from 1 to 4 "hangs fire." er sections sometimes much o'clock, except Saturday. Hpurs on and am It can bo safely estimated that thero Sunday will be from 2 tc 4. will bo botweon three hundred fifty and prompt thousand and four hundred thousand dollars paid out In Hickman for tho Yours, Mrs. Dollo Muse, formerly of this fleecy utnplo this yoar, to say nothcity, now of Atlanta, Ga., arrived In will bo ing of tho vast amount that CHAS. H. BENJAMIN. Hickman Sunday to visit her aunt, paid out for corn, wheat, alfalfa uud Mrs. A. M. Ellison, and other a- llvo stock tho prosperous farmers rniiml Hickman will havo for salo. It has been suggested that cotton may not hold up In prico to what It has Mr. Benjamin is a resident of New York City and is Up to dato thero aro 18 applicants for Uio last fow years. This surraleo for tho position of rural routo carIs wrong for tho following reasons: traveling salesman for a Boston shoe firm. rier, taking tho place of Bennett LanK First, tho consumpUon now of cot ford, deceased. A civil service exThe above letter shows the impression made by the amination will bo hold at the College Is about thirteen and a half mil ton lu lion bales por year with an Increase International Tailoring Co. upon those who are in position Saturday of morning at 10 o'clock, for chargo Postmastor Stophons, of a half million bales each year and thoso who deslro to compoto for tU after tho I'anamn Caual Is opoued to know. placo. and trade opened up In China, Japan MILLET & ALEXANDER. and other countries It Is expected Uiat It will lucreaso our oxports In Tho Graves family, residing In the cotton and cotton goods many moro Shaw row In West Hickman, had n Besides Uio cotton promillion balos. g baby to die Tuesday. It was about ducing belt Is limited nnd Is now full capacity to sup has travoled all over tho United to do tho building that Is going on, six months old. taxed to Its and as fast as a business houso or ply tho demand wo havo for colton al States, Canada, Mexico, Cuba, Porto Unfortunately for tho extrcmo IUco, and many other sections of tho resldcnco Is built there are ton appliready. Ed Buchanan, n rural mall carrle.-ou- t cants for it, and tho Chicago, Memthis souUiorn bolt, tho disastrous bolt wee- country nnd ho stages that of Paducah, Is using an autonic section round Hickman is tho phis & Gulf ralloard which is being bile for making trips. Ho claims th.it vil Is forcing thorn to abandon coU or has built Into Hickman as fast as laborers ton and It is narrowing tho cotton only country that ho ovor saw much Umo as can bo had to do Uio work and with It only requires half as CO miles overy year heard of that you can raise successbolt about 25 to beforo. civil engineers in the field across tho ns it Is estimated that tho boll woo- fully any crop that grows. river laying out tho railroad from through vil travels north this dlstanco Our lands below Hickman planted Capo Girardeau hero and tho conDon't fall to attend tho lovco mefi tim nnitm cotton bolt from cast to ot oxporienco has in cotton this year will produce a struction of tho Mississippi Vnlley lng at tho Lyric tonight at 7:30. west per year and hundred Transportation Co.'s fast boat line, can certainly spare this much of youi a boll weevil onco gross Income of sixty to ono tnuclit that aftor twenty dollars per acre. It will which will bo In operation by April tlmo to helping a good causo. goU In n section It Is all off with nnd fifty to ono hundred dollars 1st, wo seo no reason why Hickmuu producing cotton thero nnd a farmor produco peer aero In alfalfa. Will prouueo should not in a. very llttlo whilo tako ques-Ho- n has to chango his crop. Tho This cool weather calls for heatii to fifty bushels of wheat por on a boom that was nover seen behas boon asked If eventually thirty stoves. Hasto makes waste put " o country. bushols foro In this section of tho ncro. Forty to soventy-flvtho boll wcovll will not reach us. tho stovo with caro. This Is th. any other crop oxports who nro making of corn por aero and Government season when many houses are bun pro- you might wish to plant In this a study claim that wo will novor that,1 .... m lnmla will nroduco Little Martha, daughter of Mr. and ed becauso flues were not examine ' w ff,otn,i tnr tho reason that It UUIUUU. wu. ... ....- i. qulto or tho stove Is put up In a equally as woll with tho oxcoptlon Mrs. II. C. Barrett, has been takes considerable hot weather for manner. has boon sick, but la reported better today. ho ot cotton and alfalfa. It J tho boll wocvil to exist and that Enclose draft in of Suit received in Little very the favor, delivery. fit for I thank pleased with style, bo-lu- I slip-sho- d W t ,i' fiffli'i ''flWJfiT'T'ii'nffiii !ff WAY :"L.-Ma- a. TO MAKE ANGEL FOOD 9 PiSat? Flavor With Almond and Rub Iclno Smooth With Dolling Water Difference In 8uar Uted. This Is nn original recipe, nnd If nil directions In regard to minntlty. nnd combining of mntarlal, ns well as directions for bnklng nro followed, success Is assured (1110 ungwaspd tube mold, medium site, nnd n graded mcnsurlng cup): nil measurements nro loved; do not park down flour wbn measuring Jut nil cup llKhtly nnd level oil top with knlfo. Ingredients One cupful of whites of eggs, three-fourtcupfuls each of grnnulnted nnd powdered sugar; ono nnd cupful of finest pastry flour; one each of cream of tartar, and nlmond extract; a plnoh of one-four- th vn-nll- fz WOOL HJDESANOWJR WE BUY w dttft Fcl .TaaaY IT ffemfaalttfcMIMw(M(illtl Ut vfwiBmriwu Kcbtrttt: ISABEL fll SONS WM JJM if is UMHilW. . Milk ... k pkt lot W fwitta LnhrtK.,!, Correction, A. A Purls" coal ad In this i Pittsburg, f 4 90 should rtwd. Air $410 nnd Kontuoky $4 per Also iwmles nut of town will i. lowed 10c iKir ton for hauling tvduetlon not npptylng Jo jwriu Ing lit town The Red Crosa Tanning Process acide teed to harrrtot tiaatar. pare tad bars Ike lenher Tkll li whrordlaarr ehote lee! hoi tad otter, kr tker diew yoai feet. Tie Red Creie tolt li tented by a tfttUI Tit eidlatrr tinned la lit Ml la weeke; You want style. You want comfort Get both in the Red Cross Shoe The Red Cross Shoe has a flexible sole, but of regular thickness, not thin. It bends with your foot. It Rives it perfect protection and support and relieves all the strain ing, burning and drawing caused by stiff sole shoes. Wc carry the Red Cross Shoe in the latest and most popular styles. You may select any style you like and wear it right out of the store in perfect comfort. Come in and let us show them to you. Oxfords $3.50 and $4.00. High Shoes $4.00 and $5.00 salt Method n f ft noatke yoo cia bead it doable whea Dew, Loos roa ihu Tbui Hum that tlktl III ttj&JJDTJBTZ- - &o of FjEESUIL Too Expensive. tore this groat moating goos much further. IUfvlvals nrw very expensive In wicked cltlwt, but In eltlM like this $S6 would b plenty of uioHtey for a revival of two or Uiro weks and besides there would be mueh shouting and nearly all of th sinner would lx convwrtd nnd Jgfe tkt church The time te cowing whvn rvrfraU In the cltler will amount to vary IK tie When tho people "sol" In their waj-- s of wfekedatiM In clUos. tboy aro hard to mova, tupeeifaHv when Uvo oxponsos ore so itlgh.-- Cttl-oCity Times. REVERIES How many things we hope for, expect, yet do not attain. All paths nro not smooth in this dear old world of ours. There are thorns on many sides and rocky as well as sllppory places for our feet. Disappointment will come to the best of us,Abut the brave heart will take new courage after each failure and press on to victory. God bless the weary hearts, if they have grown weary In well doing. Let them take on fresh courage and hope, for there is more of good than evil in this old world of ours. A righteous life will be rewarded and a Just cause can never die. Soldiers may fall in battle, but others there nro to take their places. The truth cannot be vanquished. It may bo crushed to earth, but It will rise stronger and Ila thousand-folluminate the world. Let us lend a loving, helping band to tho weary d of them, but It is the greatest horo eeryday life tho proIdor of the hearts. Woman's Extravagance. How much Is said and written upon this subject. Now pause a moment, and let us compare notes. "We will bo 'very brief and only enumerate a ery, very few so as not to tax your I And now, llttlo woman, a word with you. If somo manly man has chosen Companionship. you to reign queen In his heart and homo, know that It that capacity you Much has been written on the sub- fill tho most sacred, tho most honorjects of truth, lovo and duty; sugges- able position In which woman rnn astions to mothers, methods of house- pire In It Sou appear In your most keeping and homo making, and many sacred and dignified character "To other subjects, helpful, inspiring, all be able to reinforce your husband In the work of life," and rear your children for positions of usefulness Is a work worthy of jour most caroful and prayerful consideration. patience In tho least or weary jou with many comparisons. To bo sure our ribbons and laces look liko great prodigious piles to your unfamlnlne ejes, but could not tho entire lot be bought with tho monoy thrown away in your cigar htumps? Our darling bonnets, though so lllllputian In this age, we admit cost a trifle, but so do all those luxuries oer the way whero we poor souls, never care nor dare to ontor, and whero oven you, for modesty's sake, hnto to go in at tho back ontranco Our silks and satins cost less than your broadcloth, while our boots dear, dainty little things, nro scarce a third of tho price of your own. Not Baying anything of your clubs, and tho secret associations to which jou belong, but ignoring all these, whero aro all tho superfluities of our sox, we would ask, not overbalanced by those of your own? Whero aro they? homo, the protector of tho fireside tho huBband and father, wo wish to Tho expenses of tho great rovlvul say a wxird of prnho and for his benefit offer a few suggestions to the at l'aducnh aro 50 per cent short wife. With what unselfish devotion and there may bo a financial crash lx he labors to secure for you tho comforts, luxuries and pleasures of llfol Whether It is In the shop, buhlnd tho counter, In the office, at tho factory. In the mill, or on the farm, It Is with one purposo In view ho works strhes and shues, patiently, uncomplainingly. )ear In, J our out. for the comfort and happiness of thoso "" loved wife and children. The man Who, for their sakos, faces a combination of discouraging circumstances, distressing financial difficulties, numberless (alluros, and keeps steadfastly at his post, defying them all, is a hero and nothing less. Wo meet thi'in every day Buch they are, anddoubt less will continue to bo as long as there Is a homo worthy of protection, a child worthy of care, and a woman worthy of loc gt rt Tho choicest Plumas at prices nev or beforo approached In lliakrunn, at tho Ostrich i'lumo Snlo at Smith & Am berg's. Mrs. II N Cow gill entertained the ladies of tho Embroidery Club nnd a numbor of visiting ladles Friday af ternoon. This was tho first meeting of tho club since last spring and the afternoon wus much enjoyed. Keo was soned as the guests arrhed A salad course was served. Tho club meinbore prossnt wero Meolnintm C L. Walkor. C. I. Shumate. E. U Prathor, L. A. Stono. S. M. Hubbard. E. It. Ellison, C. U. Travis. T. T. Swnyne, S. L. Dodds. A. M Ty-loJ. T. Stephens, J. II. Millet, Nan nlo Kingman nnd Miss Marie Dretard Tho Iltors present were Mosdames II. E. Prathor, Prank von Dorrles, W C Speor. ltoy Clark. Molllo Prather, Nlm Walkor, J. C. Sexton, Kopo Her ring, II. J. Golger and O. T. Davis. r, times separately before mcnsurlng, then combine and sift two mora times, than let stand In sitter until needed. Tut whiles of egc In round bowl lnrgo enough to allow for expansion In whipping, ndd tho salt, then with a flat egg whip begin with llfiht, even strokoa. whun thy begin to troth ndd the cream of tartar, whip until so stiff that U n portion Is taken up on whip and reverted they will stand up In n point, then add tho flavoring, whip In lightly, thrn sift sugur nnd flour over evenly and with n llRbt dipping motion fold In until nil Ingredients nre well mlxd Fill carefully Into tho mold, seeing that mixture reaches the sides, then place in n moderately hot oven and watch carefully, tho caku should rlso to top of mold nnd rls smooth nnd sllxhtly rovnded, without showing inoro than n itoMon tinge; If nt any tlmo tho oven becomes too hot open the oven door and lot lbs hot air escape, this may be dona at any tlrao without danger of the cake falling, but never more tho oaks or Jar storo when opening the door, or plieo a kottls of cold water on stove while baking When the cake has been In about 20 minutes tho heat may be slightly Increased . obrni done tho cake will shrink slightly, and to test press with fingers: If cake refceundt without making n blsstoK sound It U don; It showM thsn be a delloate goedott brown color: take tram oven nnd Invert can until cake la cold (Tbts- proefsa of Inverting pan Insures a 11 it hi eake. as It cannot sog while cooling, and when ready to lee remove ten HdM on Wm of pan. dip a long, flexible knife In eeM water and cut eake from mold Invert cake on a plate, rub off any loose ferry particles that are on sides nitd bottom, then lee vtlh a liberal coaling of con fectloners' sugar, Havered with almond and rubbed smooth with boiling water (note the difference, uio powdered sugar for cake, but confectioners' sugar for Icing ) - 81ft sugar and flour flvn 1 A M.. will Hickman Lodge 761 P. & AM. 7C1, regular coaitnun tion noxt Monday nlgbt nt 7:30, King brothers cordially Invited. Hickman Lodgo No. P. nvct In II. N. COWOILL, Mail. D. OWKKS. Bocy. Work In M. M. degree The tiHee revoVuUon In Portugnl nt l Uii moHOlony nnd take hiuI for th motnunl from the of the Coiigrvsaronal Irtaurg This Hew fall millinery brings wind tu old sh4l gaino. The pin la te find whleh hat the girl Is nnd iHdlgnant becnu opu!a ( of only aStUM. when It had heurt upoti n mueh larger flcur- lwterlNe eeimUH bwwu given It a - Onyee Camp, W. O W will m n anaiiiiiMitiaf ta tltKwniiwl 8ovtrrgi nt llnnwny ownf-lt-r- t D ftmdar. Oct Nth. at P m Tyr. Write pnlt) eawps are Invited to pan N. Mm. T. J. Mnlono, of Union Ci oame ever Tuesday to visit Mrs Ka WIUJur. AN EXTRA GOOD GRADE OF Rubber Goods These boots come high per pair but cheaper per year. Wc sell the Goodyear Glove Brand of Snag Boots, both Hip and Knee. When buying rubber Goods you should consider QUALITY and not a low grade of merchandise. Again I wish to state that wc have a complete line of BOYS KNEE BOOTS of same quality. GidQusfo &riG&& k&& i W I mil Ix-- -- 1 lN"V. ft 19, m 79JJPY M A lli I If II aaaV$8 flRfdWI I lK.'flaaai 1 I I mm firfizuM, SkKoi$& Every pair built on cus- SirfCnJpM. torn order by bench shoemakers who are never satisfied, who are a W find SirKnJoO. prpve, who fault with their own work. who will not touch $iri$iiffM, leather or materials that are not the best. wm eSrfrAL idGuj& I There are many ways in which ou can lighten his labor and Btrongthon his hands and gladdon bis boart (for this purposo wero jou created tho "help-meet.- " tho comforting, ministering guardian angel of man), but In no way more effectholy than by studying to mako yourself the Intelligent, Interested, sympathetic compau-Io- n of your husband. The power and Influence of the wife In beautifying and blessing or blighting nnd cursing the life and prospects of tho husband can hardly bo estimated One thing Is certain: No man succeeds bo well In life as bo who has In llfo's partner a sharer in all bis purposes and hopes, a counsellor In otery difficulty, a sympathizer In every sorrow Thou see that nothing provents you giving him your sweetest smiles, jour kindest words They aro worth inoro to hlin he cares more for them than nil the gold ho earns. Arrange your household affairs so can spend tho clonings In that pleasant companionship with him, you u Tho Pacific Ostrich Plume Co in pan will hold a special thrco days sale, Friday, Saturday and Monday at tho storo of Smith & Ambers. H. E. CURLIN STOREOF QUALITY Don't Miss It, Too much praise cannot be given tho Methodist Ladles Aid Society for engaging tho Schubert Symphony Club and bady Quartotto of Chicago to appear horo on Oct. 20, at tho Lyric. This company Is in its 20th year of success, and Is acknowledg" ed oorywhoro to bo tho most Musical Company tra cling Everybody likes music and everybody enjoys a hoarty laugh. A delightful blending of puro fun and fine music Is ono reason why tho abovo company has won lb) way to the top notch of public osteom. Admission 30c and COc. Seats now on salo at tho Hickman Drug Co. Carl Schmidt, tho tailor, will be gin building a now residence In tho, Southern Heights addition next Mon day. Ho purchased tho Dr. Curlln lot, just north of Fred Caso's residence. Ho will erect a rosldonco. Contractor O 1). Moonoy will do tho work. one-story OUR ICE FACTORY ""'" will be amply compensated for any sacrifice; you may have to mako. With all our heart wo bolleio that a propor understanding of tho terra companionship as applied to the wedded stato would bavo saved many a home from ruin and kept tho puro and holy flamo of lovo from dying out in many a heart nnd bcsldo many hearthstones. Again wo cliargo you, be your husband's companion. Tho moro a woman allows her sons to spend tlmo and money In dressing themsohes up, Lhu moro It will cost their father somo day to dress thorn down. Nlnoty million gallons of wator, comprising tho supply contained In tho Croton aqueduct mains which sup ply tho upper part of Now York City, aro being drained In tho hopo of finding tho body of Joseph Plenty, who fell In ono of tho oatlcU. Closes AT 10 A. M. ON SUNDAYS No ice will be sold after this hour, only n in cases of IJEHJSSiSBb vilil.tillflLy sickness or absolute necessity. SirKogSl gidOuffM, Jfrfcwrg. CUSTOM MADE BY i M A man's shoe that defies criticism Wertheimer-Swart- s ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. Shoe Company Miss Efflo Brucr, deputy circuit clerk, began teaching a class In shorthand, typwTlting and penmanship at' tho Collcgo last Monday. It. L. Bradloy and wlfo woro in ion City, Tuesday. Un- Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCOltPOItATED J. T. DILLON, Manager. , " i, ifriil- - SAalititlinlr--1-'""'- - tell you that mom I""' mtjr other pa(or In tlili ufKBiiincky I linn - FOLKS MOW LIVING will In Kuilon counljr print n THE HieKMAN COURIER. The Courier hen a Spankin' Good Team, Grease the .SBCTON 1, A BLUE MARE HERE meant that your nai expire I Honew promptly' Uyoa want the papr tocome to you utter thl roont Up Advertising is the Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Succoss. Axles. at Your Ulagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch WHOLE HO. NO. VOLUME OLDKBT PAPER IN WEBTERN KENTUOKT l an HICKMaK, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1910. EBTABLI8BED IN THE TE 3tl7 IH Editors and Riches, s of It la evident Uiut the general public la any town where n newspaper lit iiubllBhod bollovos In i bat the editor la u mllllonulro disguise; tin liutlvlduul who burlua money by thu barrel, und still feigns hard uii." Of course, tho Courier tu Uiln hghflunuo, nine-tenthg A Progressive, Popular Citizen Speaking of Cotton. Tho most oxpenslvo load of cotton ever brought to Hickman camo in Sat urday. Geo. B. Evans is entitled to tho bluo ribbon. Ilila load of seed cotton brought $207.35, and was purchased by thu Farmers Gin & Grain Co. Tho net weight was 3,770 pounds. Tho gin company paid Mr. Evnns Gc for it. The cotton was grown on W. C. Johnson's farm in tho lower bottom. Another load, brought In by Tom Drogg, which was grown on T. A. lAHlford's placo, weighed 3,500 pounds and brought $192.50. This was also bojight by tho Fanners Gin & Grain Co. 1 BbsbbBv BSSSSBBSSSSSr - d1Sa ?Sr bbbbbbbhPKmS SSSSHBBS&WVH it t" efvitcucn It us beyond. In tho sine of tho hill. Tho one window, nans A Run firm want ui to ran 119 glass, looked narrwlr out ujiou an worth of advertising oih! then send 'txift opening In the follave below, r them flu In exchange for a shotgun the occuMnt of the hut an unob Much a sun would rvtall for about $C structed view of the winding road that For running f I? worth of local a we W up from Kdclwcbis. Tho two horsemen rode into tho glen enn ctt ft f 1 lunKaxluo tolling bow to came, plump upon a small detach By ruu- - and do dressmaking nt home. nlng $50 worth of adTertlalnK "U W aandliut :C to nu Atlantic City firm wa wiUJw. clton a, deed to a lot Wlien tho tklo li In tho lot atauda V mi feet under witter. i A Karutaa real oautte firm will give us a deed to n lot SSxCO feel for I to worth of advertising and ftt cash. We wrote to a felkiw who knew of the lots offered and he replied that they had no cash value, but a trading value of about C. of If we can run a column write-u- p n dolnpi to be held lu North Dakota thla fall amounting to about 17. we will be sent two 1 UekeU. Our roll iutul fare up there and back for two. Vt WMiit.t Im nlirml. tf.ft ..- - can hnvu ... . almost any Chicago dally paner aont; ua freo. Tho subscription rate Is H but nil wo have to do la to run I3U l worth of locals. Tor $40 worth of advertising and $20 cash we can own a bicycle. Tho wheel noils nt Just $12. About one dozen firms are wanting to give ua shares In gold milieu for advertising. A nursery firm will send us n 25c rosobush for only flvo dollars' wortli For running a six of advertising. Inch advertisement for one year wo got a gross of pills. lUuildea this wo can get elcctrlo bells, patent insolt's, etc., for a column of space any tlmo. Tho half has not yet been told, but by nil means lot your boy bo an editor. glv-Inj-- Clint" KlIUou call It it nchcmo. tuhler Claronco Heed ray It gutting money from noma. Jtlllll CottOll plOUS, OOtMQltJIlUOUS and overly acrupulous like ull plumb- m una uiscovurmi mat n are touio-tim- e nblo to print two boUUt labels rt tho saioo tluio, nnd charge as though they vrcro separate Joba. Wess" Morris wonders how w ovr constructed a uiystarious subtar raueau pajuutjfo large enough to carry wity nil the filthy lucre to Its secret ladles plco without Its becoming i orsvU nt lliuoa. )h.l amokol Tho glory and wealth t( tbrt Fourth ttstate. MnuUltwiH be j ond description. Hut lUtcn. Hlnoo man watiui but little hare below, mul wu havo been In thu ihw-tNtbusiness sovornl yeura, we do-nmind pulling our readers next to some of our euay money proposition. dvertlslng is tho gooae that lays th Kotdau egg. I'eoplo are always writing to ua fur advertising. A fellow otit weal want ua to do it lot of advertising fer him and it It brings rvoulla ha may Uhhhi a lx-nous-loim- -r Hiu. BSSSSSSBSSSr BBSSSSSSSlBBSSSSa 8... 1B tjit TIbbbKV. IbVbbIbhI SSVSlbsl nr lassyv bssbbV assssss , hRst w'lB iBSsNsi s. -- - fEfejJk. t, This Is tho way wo sight pcoplo who think Fulton county is not in Uio cotton growing bolt. Besides this wo will stato and back It up that Fulton county grows moro cotton to tho aero than any other county In tho United States, and has tho only cotton gins In tho Stato of Kentucky. Tho man who can't boo what makes Hickman grow, and keep r owing, might drop a few drops of this Information in his eyo. 1 sbbbI HW 1li'H hm ml l j " i 1 AW Jtv ii I vrt !?" A It. Awl B "siiHaEiHffftsflilsMresX 4: States can produce as many different varieties of agricultural products as Fulton county, and put tho quality behind No county in tho United I 1 B m WHiUm Ilk E x pS-- v iflHBBBBBBBBBBBK'IBBBBVBBBHBSBBsflBBBBIBS sB3aWiMBaBaiHaBaBssHWa1sMssWaarW Col. C C. Smith, of Hickman. them. We equal Missouri for her males and hens. Wo beat Mississippi on cotton, having no boll weevil. I We tuko premiums on fruit In tho kOzarks. fWMJ-- I UK m x 'BT" ill i Street Suits H HB H These two suits show you the Bischof type garment You smart in cut, exquisitely tailored yet inexpensive. can find any number of simple, serviceable models that are wonderfully attractive. You can try on one after another that is just the style you like. They are built so perfectly, the workmanship is so skilled, you will find you never appeared to such good advantage. Models in worsteds, broadcloths, diagonals and the new homespuns, tweeds and satin finished cloths. Lined throughout with satin. lo today. Coma Theta (uita will ba put on carljr and you can tacura tho pick of tho aoort- menU JWWWKttW S S gcd sway from tho witch's door to- - f oats; ward tho newcomer nt the bottom of '. Wo equal Iowa for corn and the glen. Mr. Ilobbs luteucd tvitu. and ntlso wbent as flno as Nebrasdoopenlnjt nwo to tho frlcudly conver- ka. sation which resulted in Truxton Kins Our negroes oat better watermelons going forward to Join tho party In than Georgia blacks. front of tho hut Our lumber mills are as busy us Truxton was duly presented to the Michigan's. ladies nnd gentlemen of tho party by We ntlso tobacco for tho crowned John Tullls, who gracefully nunounced New heads of Europe. that ho knew King's parents In And the Indies havo tho world beat York. Daron Dnngloss was (jnlto an country block. old friend, if one wero to Judijo by the manner in which ho greofed tho young Como to Fulton county. Tint lodv In arv nill'xi fi man H B BB Rj HK 9K B BB BB BB BB BB IX HS BB BS B BB BB I I nk i H BE Prices from $12.50 to $30.00 Smith & Amberg; Re-Organizes. I I ,. , iWh Ik1 y'wHBliilP1'' BPi " In Club Dyersburg's New Road. By a vote of 2C6 to 44, a majority of six to one, Dycrsburg, last week, voted in favor of Dyersburg Issuo of $50,000 for tho new railroad from Dycrsburg- to Jackson. S. M. Hall, pf Dyorsburg, who built tho Dyersburg Northern Railroad, Is promoting tho ontorprlso, and now that Jackson and Dyersburg have both voted stock sub scription, ho will begin work on tho road at onco, and expects to havo engineers in tho field early noxt week. This will glvo Dyersburg a third road. have on display and ready for inspection the line of We now ATHENA Underwear FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN Money to Loan. loan monoy on farm lands In O blon nnd Wonklcy Counties, Tonn. and in Pultnn County. Ky. About onu-hal- f tho cosh valuo of a farm will bo lonnod. Loans made In sums of $1,000 or moro for five years with privllcgo to borrower of paying samo after ono yoar In full or making any ulzo partial payment "donircd of six months after tho expiration of ono yoar, interest being stopped on partial paymonts inado. Call on or wrlto O. BIUtADMN, Attornoy tf Union City, Tonu. I ftt-La- ( W'l fWmr m if m WV A extend our full assurance of the superiority of this magnificent line, which costs no more than ordinary underwear. We Tho Amateur Musical Club reorganized on Monday, Oct. 10, at tho homo of Mrs. C. F. Baltzcr. Definite plans for study wero discussed nnd tho following program will be given at tho homo of Mls3 Dottle Davidson, on Nov. 7th. at 3 p. m. All members aro requested to glvo selections from Itubenstoln's music If possible Heading Biographical Sketch of hi early llfo, Miss Menn Dlcstclbrink. Vocal Solo Melody in F, Miss Mabel Wilson. Duet Solected, Mrs. Travis and Miss Bondurant Reading Gonoral study of his music, Mrs. B. T. Davis. I'lano Solo Solected, Mls3 Dottlo Davidson. Duet Selected, Mre. Henry Sanger and Miss Cowgill. Vocal Solo Miss Edna Carpontor. I'lano Solo Romance, Mrs. C. F. Baltzer. Royalty to Visit Us. ' H i Many of tho faults and bad deeds aro shown of tho Indians In numerous western plays of recent years, but W. F. Mann Is tho first to offer a play In which an Indian maid Is shown as a horolno. "Pamnena," is beautifully portrayed by Miss Mabel Owon in "As Told in tho Hills," at tho Xyrlc, Friday Oct. 21. M (I jfTMJa!trWmA 11 It will give us genuine pleasure to demon- strate the merits of such perfectly fashioned garments. Dr. J. O. Stubbs has rotumod from Hiekmnn nnd enn again bo found at, tho donUtl parlors of Turner & Stubbs In tho C. U. A. building. Dr. Btuuus informs us that ho will move his family to tho city within a short time and remain pormanontly. Ho hns made many friends in Union City who aro dollghtod to learn of his return. Union City Commercial. A. IL Stono spent Sunday in Milan, Tenn., with bom folks. v WBk Vufflil It tho child starts In its sloop, grinds its teoth while sleeping, picks nt tho noso. has a bad breath, flcklo nppettto, palo complexion, and dark rings under tho eyes; it nas worms; and as long as thoy remain In tho intestines, that child will bo sickly. White's CREAM VERMIFUGE clears out tho worms, strengthens tho stomach and bowels and puts tho llttlo ono on tho road to health and cheerfulness. Prico 25c por bottlo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Al. Smith & Amberg Tho company carries soveral full blooded Sioux Indians among thorn is Chief Whlto Hawk, who fought in tho historic Custor Battlo and Prinwho wears a cess handsomo costumo bofit'ng her rank and title, which has oor throo hundred gcnulno Elk teoth on it. It has been eagerly sought aftor by many D. C. Corum mado a business trip prominent Elks. This robo is ono of to Union City, Monday. tho heirlooms of her tribo and sho has refused to part with oven a sin-gl- o tooth. That wtaa n wlso remark of a wise woman who sold sho counted tho bat Watch for tho Indians on streots, tle of llfo won if, at flfteon her chil- Friday, Oct-- 21, dren preferred their homo to nny other placo In tho world a remark Miss Ora Mayes and llttlo nephow, not truo without exceptions, but 1o of Cayco, wero visitors hero Monday. bo truatod a great ways. iu f !. irtift)ftrtrt0irifiii TMNIrfSG V NG - ; -- TAFT VAGATIOH HE AT AH EN1 THi LEAVES BEVERLY FOR NATIONAL CAPITAL. Local jkL Chats Ocu Hnrrk and Mlse Mnyme Ntaylor woro Fulton visitors Sunday. C. H. Gilliam nnd Miss Phnnle of Mnyflold, were married Ttir-miy- - .,. - i. Quite a Mix-u- p, : Chas. Coblo spout Sunday In Fulton" President WIN Spend Short Tlmt Going In Washington Before A. J. Hums was horo from Cnyee Homo to Vote. Tuesday. Bovorly, Mass., Oct 18. President Tatt's vacation has ended. Ho hat started to Washington by way of Nov o Order That Royal Thanksgiving Suit Today... DO YOUR CLOTHES SATISFY THE BEST IN YOU? . Does the suit on your back express the high CHARACTER, the INDIVIDUALITY and taste, you want the world to see in you ? Or is your WARDROBE handicapping you and making it harder for you to IMPRESS others? York. Tiireo thousand Doverly chll as tho prcsl dren waved good-bydcut's automobile started In to Bostoc at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Toft, her sister, rMs. Thoniat Laugblln, Jr., of Pittsburg, and Mist Helen Tsft went with tho president ns far as Now York. They will staj there for a week or more, shopping President Tart will bo back In Washington on Thursday morning, to remain uutll November, whon bo goes to Cinclunatl to vote on the Sth. He will sail for Panama on Novorabor 10 from Charleston, S. C. Taft has thoroughly enjoyed his summer on tho north shore Ho has takon on some weight during the lust mouth, but does not scorn to mind it Tho president's recrontlon has con slsted principally of golf and motor ing. It In estimated he has travoled 6,000 miles In his machlno during the summer. . In Fulton. Sunday. J no A Cole nnd wife were over They were from Fulton. Tuesday formerly citizens of this place but left here in 1S86 jSXXVYSg You are invited to come to E. R, Ellison's A vury complicated family tins riovolupod In this city a about to got Into the courts. u Usq J II. Tnnkersley la iiuutiiiiff n lenl step having been tnkon M nlee residence oh his larm ncroae me when Sheriff Johnson ntta. h. river. property belonging to ono of u guaut ties. Mr. Maggta Handle wm tin of her daughter. Mrs. lltvraee Lutein C. 11. Smtifi, n wvll known s' tu Pulton, Sunday. mnntifneUirer, rtinltlliig In Ww compose tit. Milan Wheeler and Miss Llllle Ury-- a HHin, and hta wlfo www married nt clous nrouiul which the ueb irt, both of Fulton, veil. Dresden, Tewi.. Sunday. , About February, of this politics are Rotting so Tonnes Smith was united In marring ,, warm that they art ootinic out around Ctt)-- . to Ills wife, who la fr the rdgea Kvcn Hickman anurtri nre ion lumhla, &. C. Tho couple i thv outcome placing a lHtl- - rooiu-lllckiiwu to mnko their ho in have realded here since that Hi Justice to. both parties It may i. that they knew little of previous to their wedding da what they leaniHl In corroipoiio-llu- t Sfc all went well until a short ago. uijti "ryvfirlilRl elrcas.',. btran to nMr the ease. , j-- . , , t u . TVPf l CLEMENT FLIES CHANNEL Dirigible Balloon With Seven Passengers Makes Easy Journey From France to England. A ROYAL TAILORED-TO-ORDEhelp you to make good. R suit would For a ROYAL THANKSGIVING be ROYAL TAILORED. Give your body as worthy a feast on the outside as the inside. The Royal Tailors of Chicago make their HOME at this store. We have their RESPLENDENT display of Broadway woolens, and they us as experts in taking measures for their High Class Tailoring. SHALL WE TAKE YOUR MEASURE? THE HOME OF THE ROYAL TAILORS H. E. CURLIN STORE OF QUALITY MltWlH0H0&00lHt&0&&&VVlVHIVtW0 THE HICKMAN COURIER TO BUILD FREE "Cows Wtslcm Ktntack Like tWDevi" SPEER &. SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Subscription And look nt the offerings of London, Oct IS. Another chapter was added to the history of aeronautics when the French dirigible balloon Clement-Bayarmad the voyage from Complegne to London In tho time of six hours, a Journey requiring seven hours by the fastest express trains and boats. Compeiguo now being shown in great variety Is 45 miles northeast of Paris and Is about 195 miles by air routo to London. It was the first occasion on which This store has the advantage of doing business on a dirigible balloon has crossed tho English channel The over-watroute the spot cash, one-pric- e plan, and consequently is occupied 45 minutes Tho Clement e Bayard, '.1th a crew of six, left able to give better bargains all the time. Our cus- at 7:15 o'clock In tho morn. . riaflUttl' M" w'TOcf&m?s71.nU ' .1 ittoteh ing and roacbed London without ready to lee reaMire the slides on side stop at about 1.15 in the afternoorJ The time is coming when revlvale pan. dip a long, flexible knife In colij The atmospheric conditions were per in the cltk-t- i will amount to very IK of water and out cake from moid Invert feet tie When the people got "sol" la cake on a plate, rub off any loose furpt their ways of wlekedaees In clttee. partlelea that are on side and botom$ Acting Secretary of State Hurt they are hard to more, eepeetally then teo with a liberal coating of con Washington, Oct 18. Acting Seer with alm6H' tary of State Alvey A. Adee. who hi when tho expense are so Mgh. Cal- feetloners' sugar, flavored boiling watej and rubbed smooth with ridden over much of this country ail vert City Time. (note the difference; use powdefJ Europe on a bicycle without mlsbal sugar for cake, but eonfoctlonem was injured whtle riding horo whi sugar for lolng ) 1 Tho choicest Plumes at price nev ho attempted to avoid running over dog. He was thrown to tbo paveinor er before approached In Hlakman, at and suffered cuts about his face anj tho Ostrich Plurao Sale at Smith & head aud his back was strained. g? d Cash Store New Fall Goods Sohm six HMmlha after the m a yotinn(r arrived at the hon the couplo (explanations werf Mir. nhi! ii uTluptl that Mrs H ha Imii previously mnrrlH tu n namnl Wlthrolh. He waa a i : alrenian aad their marrtagr lit OvorgWi. Wllhrotn. ai tHtx hr waa living with Mrs fu wim thr heahaiHl of BMother wum plai- - which in itevlf wade hla mamar, Mwtlth vwhi. When Mrs v. Mr rath Nw 1 ami S. lenrnod of th uaUon. tkey made It hot for thi amtet. Hut hie troubles did not alii before WlUtrath got a way onarmbi Khwey Munglnfi to ft Smith, whkh she eaya as by a former heaband at hk death son-in-la- i Com-plegn- V Mr Smith has a tfprtMier. who casae hum from ion. 8 C. laet week ami in lakiHg llal steps MfialtHi i hustMHd, Mr StNkfe, by atlAchlng of his projtrty horm. Mitu, mill. BhlKRhm, etc, 1 wuri ninny which she dalMM she la iitt to. alhtglng that Mr. Bmiiti has i IcUh! her. etc Mr XmlUi denlee " tharRfa la the petition, stating tin tote iHiirfheM MeeesHaled his away, as Ms mill k located eox-r- . Mllee from town. t aii' r lAv.'..Sfvir. BRIDGE Public Will Not Have to Pay but Electric and Iron Mountain Road Will. Muskogee, Okla., Oct 18. Muskogee county proposes to finance with a $200,000 bond issue a general bridge HE DIDN'T QIVE UP. building and road Improvement cammagnet paign, which includes a bridge acron I kntw a man who Journoyed onoe tho Arkansas river to connect MuskoUpon a Pullman ear, Mine, Idle on Sunday, Explodes. gee and Fort Olbson with an lnter-urbaPat In the smoksr, told a Jok Pittsburg. Pa.. Oct 18. The flrst And imoked a black cigar; electric lino and to bring the mine explosion of the season In the Iron Mountain railroad Into Muskogee. Pittsburg district was reported And yawned a hundred times or so. from county proposes to lease the Crelghtou, wbore tho Tho And took a little nap. McFetrldge And uprawled himself this way and that. bridge to the traction company and Bros.' Hillside coal workings were And wore a linen cap; the railway company for 25 years and wrecked. Sunday idleness at the at the same time maintain It as a free probably saved the 260 men who mines And bouiht three papers on the way. work bridge for tho public. The lease And read some magazines. there from either death or injury. ' money will pay for the bridge. And scraped acquaintance with a alrt, A "peach" still in her teens; Procession, Mother Saves Baby In Fire. Pittsburg, Pa., Oct 18. Under tho And did 'most everything. I rues, A lonely chap will do 8t Joseph, Mo., Oct 18. Rushing banners of the Holy Name Society When traveling for half a day. Into her burning home to save her and to the music of a thousand male Or e'en the whole day through. baby, Mrs. Humphrey Ward was voices without a band, 3,000 man loverely burned about the face and marched over a long route through He did 'most everything, I say, Uut one, b stratagem hands, but managed to rescue the the city, as a demonstration of the The wily porter failed to get :hlld uninjured. The house was society's campaign against blaspbomy. A quarter out of him. surned down. 5,000 Join In Outdoor Communion. Topeka, Kan., Oct 18. More than Paul Mooro sold his farm In Missis-olpp- l 5,000 persons attending the national L. R. Carrlson and family, of nonr convention of the county lact week to E. Q. Row. Christian church ling for 105,000. Tho farm contains Troy, Tcnn., spent Sunday with J. S. here took part in a great outdoor com1200 acres. Moslcr and family. munion service here on the state cap-ltgrounds. y Rate, $1.00 per year Magnet Raises and Kills Man. Pittsburg. Pa., Oct 18. Lifted ten feet in the air when a steel billet which ho was carrying came under magnet John the Influence of a Warnlck, 35 years old, was so badly Injured by the Impact with tho magnet that he died In the South Side hospital two hours later. His bead was crushed between the billet and 30-to- n sssmxwssa Fresh Oysters. Pure hog lard lllg Deal Soap, Darkett'e. Jonos. C I B&- COME - IN AND TRY US jj He atae cktlms that he knew not! lug of the kdys condition at th time of their marriage. The child te the Wlthron MreMaue retee manriaxe. with whom the laother until a short Urn Morv sb bmawf arneelMled with her prxi-huaham- l ath Mllevd of course llu' marrtaRe to Wkhroth was bon.t nlo waul hk other wife turned up 8u will. deubUeea, he Ukrn to brtux Wlthrolh to Justice, nnd that he k largely reeiHtnslblr for the whole muddle. hr a John Wlli-- y 15c a pound. provemenu on bis Is making some reHhIence. I At ItAB MreeeMt '- at their home - bars for 25c at A. O. Ktakn iH.I daMSi.u. Mh- -L. e Mitry and Ombrr. vMtml at Cratch will field laat week, aW, w. muimTnK. .he l"ive for her former home In South I'aioHNa, the rmralt of a com ,, fir Mrs. Smith k iultl- sh k In Weet Hickman, aud - sUMuimiI slsk. ! suni HTowke lMvoree proesN-dlng- s will fol Mtes Atlanta Adams was here front II. .V. Cowglll Mad wife left Monlow. Fulton last week. day night for Louisville, where Mr When In need of fire Insurance, CowbII! will represent the local lodg In the Masonic Oram! Lodge in sessee Aschcr Kennedy. Ovorcoau nt from 13.60 to I7.C0 at sion this week Sulllvnn Bros. SPECIAL OFFEU: Post cards, Ec a dozen. Holm & Ellison. David Throlkeld la building a new resldonoe at Woodland Mills. S. N. Sweeney and wife, of east of town spent Sunday nt J. S..M osier's. VMMMlitMMMMlMMMMMrti! Jno. Colo, of Mumphls, spent Several days hero InKt week visiting his mother. Toachors In tho public schools pay for tholr first two months services last Snturdny. Tho cholcost Pltinios nt prloen nevIn Hlokumti, nt tho Ostrich Plumo Sale at Smith & Amborg's. A Chat with Ed. and John " " The plumbing and tinning business Is beset with obstacles. Occasionally a new customer will ask us to figure on his work. When ho gets tho figures, he probably tells us he knows of a plumb, er that will do his work for "a lltttlo less." Wo may lose his first Job but his next work comes to us. When he takes the first degree, he Itarns that low pricees and poor work go hand In hand; upon being brought to light In tho second degree, lie finds that this business does not differ from any other to get skilled work and quality, It ncceessarlly follows that It alwaya costs a reasonable price, no more, no less. Therefore wo are prepared er before approached The "Peoples "Bank ORIGINATED IN HICKMAN J Tho fifth wlfo Is trying to got 1I- vorco from a Wcstorn mnn who dote not drink, sinoko, ohow or swenr. Marrying seoms to bo his only bad quality Is remembered long after pricees are forgotten. habit It is said that n certain 'Browns-vill- o A neighborhood distribution of bank stock. A Savings Department, in which interest is paid. Keeping open Saturday nights until 8:30, for its Savings Depositors. JU-3G- goiitlunian will find himself in closo quarters unless ho stops fur nishing boozo to minors of that nolgh borhood. WISE. Business Philosopher. Tho Pacific Ostrich Plumo Compati will hold u special Uireo days sale, Friday, Saturday and Monday at tho storo of Smith & Amborg. Our plant Is not the biggest, fastest nor oldest In the state, but to meet all reasonable demands. We employ five men and every one of us work dllllgently to meet every promlso we make. Our work Is all guaranteed to please the customer not the plumber. Our Jobs aro never flnlshd until tho customer Is satisfied. J & do It and do It right, we water works, heating, steam fitting or anything In our line. You will save money by letting us do your work right on the start. If we can't will tell you so. We would like to figure with you on plumbing, tinning, country It has employed die services of the STATE BANK EXAMINER for its examinations. 1. Mil mi "Blind man's buff Is a Jolly gnuio," says tho Judge, "oxcopt when you Thoro 1b rarely moro than ono gon- play It In a drug Btoro. You aro lus In a family, and It often happens shown oxacUy what you want at tho that hie plain plodding brothers buy Hickman Drug Co." his clothes and koop him in spending monoy. Beat coal oil only 10c a gallon at A Danvlllo couplo rodo across tho Barkott's. country on horseback to got married, and many rich Americans would ho Our 20c coffeo Is a willing to wnlk to Dakota, if nocos-sar- y It Bctteraworth & Prather. to obtain a divorce. Hickman Plumbing and Tinning Company. Now Located Just West of the Hickman Ice Plant CALL AND SEE US AAtoAmMAitkmiwmmw 41 FOLKS HOW LIVING in Knltoii county lll wa nil you tl" news "r1"1 '" niorv local our oilier P1T l J'"'"t rrtlou of Kentucky THE HieKMRN eeURIER. The Courier has a Spanktn' Good Team. Grease the Rxles of Your Wagon, .SECTION A BLUE MARK HERE inrnn that your ul crlptlon bai expired Itenew promptly If yoa want tbo paps r to coma to you after till, month fdvertising la tho Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success, no. VOLUHU OLDEST PAPI5R IN WKBTERN KJ'.NTOOKT -. Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE NO. ni an HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCT. Plant do net come again." That wn nil. Ho laughed with n flue tone of ih fid nee and went hnck to tho simp nt 5 o'clock. JUMt to prow tlmt nothing so mum an a nolo could ftop blni. On tho occnalon of this lust vWt to tlio hop he did not May long, hut wont away Homcwhnt dim-- to II ml hliiim.if tho pondcwor of a ring ho did not want -- 20, 1910. QUS7 ESTABLISHES IN THE TEAR 185t M tM"H M1IMI ! t TRUXTON KING l Story of ....GraustarH ? By GE0R6C BARR M'GUTGIIEON t Cpjflifct. f C.WfiikU IM5. by 4HMMMtHWHl, CHAITlill AT 1I1R WITCH' Itt. Boii. Caniptny VII. nccuhfa by Cfl. Bw t H..4 HtfT. tht meantime our cxtrllent young friend, Truxton King, waa hating rt sorry time of II. It nil WllPIl III MOHt to tho athef.m la the hope of seeing the charming i not of the llttli' prlnco once morv. Vt only Ulil lie attend one service, but ill of them, having Uwi HMttnil that he royal fnmlljr worship! therv .ulir r regularly ant as rellclwM an the ) 'Wllrat communicant. 8he did run IS npiiMir. More than all this, lie mot with frwli ittMppotntmcnt when lie ambled down m tho armorer's shop. The donr wrrr t sign of llf nbout tho shuttered plan The ntst day KltJft Made m ptirHr tulncss rail ri the sbn of Mr 8nbix Uf looked Inn, with n HNrwhor utility eye, at tho cabinet ef ancient hub and DockUctm, ami Umw lcirt-ii- l without having eeu thr lulerwtlug l"kcd anil there was At hit room In the hotel he found a noto addresicd to bimelf it did not have much to mj. Iwt It meant n great deal Thcro wa no signature, and tho handwriting was vhii uf a ugjiinn. ill Platanora. and out of ixcket Jun ?i. Aiiierlcnn. UnTjnif como to tho cunrluxton that knlsht errantry of that kind was not only pronipitp. hut dlitlnctly Irritating to hU aenso of humor, ho looked up Mr. Ilohbn and n minced for a lny's rldo la the tuountalna. Mr Ilobha led hla patron Into tho mountain roAin early tho next morn-Inboth well mounted and provided with luncheon. It It a Rood threo bourn' rldo to the auinmlt of Monastery mountain. And after tho height has been attained no doei not care to llncer lone amonc the chilly, wlilatllni; crapi, with thalr enow rrcTANiies ond bitter winds. Tho utter louellneM, tho aloofness of this frost crowned crent nppnlls, disheartens ono who lores tho fair, green things of llfo. It waa 3 o'clock when they clattered down a stono road and up to tbo forbidding rale In which lurked. Ilko an evil, guilty thing, tho log built homo of tho witch of Ganluok gap, that ancient female who made no vecret of her practice In wltcbenrfu A low thatched roof protruded from tho hilt against which tho hut was built. As a matter of fart, a thin chlmnoy grew out of the earth Itself, for all tho world like n smoking trco stump Tho single door wan so low that on( was obliged to stoop to enter tho llttlo room where tho daroo had been holding forth for threescore yearn, 'twas said. This won hor Wirono room, her dining room, her Invidiam-bcr- , her nil. It would seem, m.lctii one had Uen thcro beforu ami knew that hor kitchen was beyond. In tho side of tho hill. The one window, sans glass, looked narrowly out Ukii an odd opening In the fnllaco below, giving the occupaut of the but an unobstructed view of the winding road that led up from Kdelwclss. Tbo two borsemeu rodo Into tho glen &od camcxilumpupou a small detach- e. I 4 I (Announcement of Interest... On Soturdny, OCTOBER THE FIRST, the HICKMAN BANK ndded n 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 Fulton County, as well as one of the oldest in Western Kentucky. On their past record of liberally conservative bnnking 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 mont of tho royul gunrd, mounted and In their lack of amiability. "Soldlcre, I'd Bay," remarked Mr. King. Ills eyes brightened nnd his hat carao off with a switch. "Ilellol Thcrc'B tho prlncel" Farther up the glcu-- lu fact nt tho very door of tho witch's hut wcro gathered a email but rather distinguished portion of tho royal household. It was not dllOcult to recognlzo tho llttlo prince. Ho was standing bcsldo John Tu!lft, and it U uot with n desire to speak III of hU valor that wo add ho was clutching the ulnckext part of that gontluinan'n riding breeks with an carncHtnesH that betrayed extreme trepidation. Facing them, on tho atone doorstep, waa tho wlti-- herself. Ilchind TiiIHm nnd the princir were several ladles and gentlemen. Truxton King's heart swelled suddenly. Next to tho tnll Uguro of Colonel Qulnnox of tho royal guard was tho slim, entrancing lady of his most recent dreams, tho prince's aunt, tho Indy of tho goldfish conspiracy! The Countess Marlaux, tall nnd exquisite, waa n llttlo apart from tho others, wfth ltnron l)auglosi nnd young Count Vos Kngo. whom Truxton waa ready to bato becnuxe ho was n recognized suitor for the baud of the Ho was allm young person In gray. for riding boldly up to this llttlo group, but a very objectlonblo lieutenant barred the way, mipiortcd In no amall incasuro by tho agltnted defection of Mr. llobbs. The wny was made easy by tho of tbo nlcrt young woman In gray. 8 ho caught sight of the restricted adventurers or ono of them, to bo quite accurate and. after speeding a swift smllo of astonlnhmcnt, turned quickly to l'rluco Hobby. Tho prlnco broko tho Ice. "Ilellol- - ho cried shrilly. "HelloP responded tho gcnUeman readily. John Tullln found himself being dragged awny from tho witch's door tho newcomer at the bottom of th glen. Mr. llobbs listened with doopcnlng nwo to tho friendly conversation which resulted In Truxton King going forward to Join tho party in front of tho hut. Truxton won duly presented to the ladles and gentlemen of the party by John TultU, who gracefully nuuounced that ho knew King's parents In New York. Baron Dangloss was qulto nn old friend. If ono wero to Judgo by the manner In which ho greeted tho young man. Tho lady In gray smiled bo Bwcetly and nodded so blithely that Tullls, Instead of presenting King t" her as be bad dono to tbo Counten Marlanx and others, merely said: "And you know ono another, of courso." Whereupon she Hushed very prettily. Truxton King, scarcely nblo to believe his good foijunc, crowded Into tho loathsome, squalid room with hli aristocratic companions. Nevtr had Truxton looked upon n crcaturo who so thoroughly vindicate 1 tho lifelong reliance ho had put in the description of wlteboa given by the fairy talo tellers of bis earliest youth Bbo bad tho traditional hook nose nud peaked chin, the glittering eyes, the thousand wrinkles and tho toothless gnms. no looked nbout for tho raven and tbo cat, but tf she hrd thm they rather rcsoluto fortune teller, whoso bony Angers twitched over nnd nbout her crystal globo llko wJggllng serpents' tails Tho window gave llttlo or no light, nnd tho door wns closed, her grinning grandson leaning against it limply. Tho witch began by rending tho fortuno of John Tullls, who had been pushed forwnrd by tho wide eyed prlnco. In a cackling monotone she rambled through a supposititious hi, tory of his past, for tho chief part eo unintelligible that even ho could not gainsay tho statements. Later Bbo bent her piercing eyes upon the prlnco and refused to rend his future, shrilly asserting that sho had not the courago to tell what might befall the llttlo ruler, all tho whllo muttering something about the two llttlo princes who bad died In n tower nges nnd ages ngo. Boeing that the boy was frightened, Tullls withdrew him to the back, ground. Tbo Countess Marlanx came next. Sho was smiling derisively. "You havo returned from some ono whom you hate," began the witch. "Ho la your husband. You will marry again. There is a fair haired man in lovo with you. You arc In lovo with him. I can see trouble" Hut the countess deliberately turned away from the table, her cheeks darning with the consciousness that a smllo had swept tho circle behind her graceful back. "Itldlculonsr sho said nnd avoided John Tullls' gate. "I don't caro to hear any more. Come, baron! You aro next" Truxton King, subdued and troubled in bis mind, found himself studlug his surroundings nnd tho people who went so far to make them Interesting. HU eyo had fallen upon a crack In the door that led to tho kitchen, although ho bad no means of knowing that It was a kitchen. To bis amazement, a gleaming eyo waa looking out uion tho room from beyond thii narrow crack. Ho looked long nnd found that he wus not mistaken. There whs an eye glued cIoho to the opposjto side of tbo rickety door, and Its gnze waa directed to tbo Countess Marlanx. Without pausing to consider Uio result of hi; action, ho sprang across the room, shouting as ho did so that thcro was n man behind the door, arasplng tho latch, he threw the door wldti open, the others in tho room looking at him ns If ho wero suddenly crnied. There was instant commotion, wl'.h cries and exclamations from nil. Quick ns the others were, tho old woman was at bis sldo before them, snarling with rago. Her talonllkc augers sunk Into his arm, and her gnze went dart-jng- . about thn room in a mot convlnc- - lag way. Haron Dangloss was convinced that the young man bad seen tbo eye. WithYour Prescription out compunction be began it Hcarcb of tho room, the old woman looking on with a grin of glee. is safe with us "Search! Search!" sho croaked. "It was the spirit eyel It Is looking nt you now, my fine baron! It finds you. In having any prescription yot cannot be found. No, no! Oh, you or medicinal recipe filled fools! Get out! Get out! All of you! Prlnco or no prince, I fear you not. here. Remember that we nor all your armies. This Is my home, use only the purest and my castle! Gol Go!" "There wns a man here, old woman," freshest drugs and medisaid tho baron coolly. "Whero Is the cines we can get. All preman?" Sho laugticd aloud, a horrid sound. scriptions arc filled by a The prince clutched Tullls by tho leg in terror. registered pharmacist, J. C. "There is no window, no trapdoor Ellison. no ukyllght," remarked tho baron, puzzled. "Nothing but the stovepipe, six Inches in diameter. A man couldn't crawl out through that, I'm sure. Mr. King, wo'vo como upon n real myB & tery tho eyo without a visible body." Ruddenly the old woman stepped into tho middle of the room and begau to wave her bands In a mysterious manner over an empty pot that stood on Itxe floor in front of the stove. Then before their startled eyes a thin film Don't Blame the Hen of smoke began to rise from the emptv pot It grew in volume until tbo room was quite dense with It. Even morn When you get Bad Eggs for they quickly than It began It disappeared, Were Good when she laid them drawn apparently by some supcrunt-ora- l agency Into the draft of the stove You can Examine Insurance and out through the rickety chimney Companies and you can Canpipe. A deafening crash ns of many gnns dle Eggs, but after all isn't camo to their cars from tho outside it best to demand the kind With ono accord tho entire party rush-tof insurance that you know to the outer door, n wild laugh from is good all of the time ? the hag pursuing them. goes "There!" sho screamed. "There oil there was of him! And so shall we all go some day. Fire nud smoker Just outaldo tbo door stood Lieutenant Saffo of tbo guard. "Good Lordl" shouted TulIK "What 'TTTTyTTVTTTTTVV7TVTmmr is the matter? What has happened?" WHY NOT TRY T "Tho storm, sir," said Saffo. "It ii Popham's coming down tho valley like tho wind." ASTHMA REMEDY great crash of thunder burst over-beaA and lightning darted through the Gives prompt and positive roller la every case. Sold by The Hickblack, swirling skies. man Drag Co, price SI. Trial package by mall, 10c. CHAPTnit VIII. Williams Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland. IB m' 'i ) K l f! ' V: i Helm Ellison Soils Tlint IXlxxdF6 R. T. TYLER LOO KINO FOn AX EYE. JtlllAAiAAiiililiHiiiiAtl T HB witch was haranguing her huddled audience, cursing tho Save from SI to $2 a thousand and soldiers, laugblug gleefully In tho faces of her stately, scorn; get a better shingle direct from our mill. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. Continued on Inut nnne tbU icotlon. - Notice to the Public ! Look and read carefully. It will pay you to visit the BLUE FRONT STORE in West Hickman, managed by Moses, the Jew. If 11 4 I t r 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 75c Straight Flour Best Wheat Bran, per 100 lbs The best Light Coal Oil, per gal Best Northern Irish Potatoes, per bus ! .68c .62c .1.25 10c .-- 85c Have you ever gotten such prices as these in Hickman or anywhere else ? As I have quit tho wholesale business I want to give my customers the advantage of wholesale prices. Some merchants are kicking about this but if you will stay with Moses the Jew he will give you the benefit "annwsoun W. C. REED. Cashier R. T. TYLER, Prest. JNO. PYLE, Ass't Cashier kino At a rough wcro not in evidence gucs9 ho calculated hor ngo at 100 years. "drowsomo lady. Isn't alio?" whispered King. "I shall dream of her for months," whispered tho lady In grny, shudder-Inir- . law, irs't biibT whis-lr.itn-n of wholesale prices. 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 tho largest amount of goodo. Who knows but you will be the one to get this Christmas present. Or I will give Instead of tho gold a watch guaranteed by 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 seecret but come and see me and save money. 25-ye- hu I i 1 Ji! I BLIE FRONT, West Hickman, Ky. ' '1 f 0 "Would you mind telling mo how I am to address you?" whispered King Thoy were leaning ngnlnst tho mud plastered wall near tho llttlo window aldo by aide. "You ace, I'm a stranger In a strange land." "You must not Bpenk whllo sho l gazing Into tho crystnC she warned after n quick, searching glnneo nt Ids face. Although It was broad daj light, Hu low, stuffy room would hive dark had It not beo'i fo- - t' nickering candles on tho tal'j "s (be bent tray head of tho tuucjll-s- , bee-pitc1 Honest Mose i J S 1 it.j... 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 yeah 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 me but youwlll lose money If you do not. Do as you like. ... ..4 S 4 t I ' - t , X Mil i&MmaMmfnr rtjtri;rrm nlfWK.'tipW nmvMnaMwaoww WillliHlM CTt-- t- ;egu. ? i CONVINCING PROOF Clothing for Men... mum tiM fiif Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound What is the use of procrastinating in the face of sm evidence as the following letters represent? If you an sick woman or know one who is, what sensible reason lu., you for not giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable pound a trial r For 30 years w e have been publishing sm h letters as thcc thousands of them they arc and honest, Urn, ever one ol them. gvnuine iIrn. (.oortro May imvs: Dim. S. T. lltirlier nujnj 'ltliltikl.yiHriK. "No ono knows iii ( i isaVS. ik OF THE VIRTUE OF Cr. I B " need a nice suit for this Fall and Winter, you should know that you are getting your money's worth, and also that If you aW 1 iMKQ!& J i JLI you are getting all-wo- ol suits. J kjU J I J 5 aw - Pinkham's Vpbc- tablo ('oiiiH)iiml Is the lHst utt-d- l cine in the world for nuinei- i- and I fivl it my duty to It't othors I luul Three yours nK'o ''&SM aCKZS Vm ' BBaTii what I have mif- forvl from fe initio I I J '11 11 Kuppenheimer Suits I I are guaranteed to be strictly hand tailored and The styles are the best, and I if you will call and see them you will agree with us that they are the best clothing to i be found in any store. all-wool. know Uiopuni It but dune for me LlraBBBBBBBaHiBBBBBBBBKr Thtra's a Joy that la a jor In a bor that U a boy Juat a romplnr- rckl.M tyke That the whole round worM inert - Hke, sMm Freckled, awkward, tanned and Sauntering by the water' ttflm With trailing; dor. er pttft. That beilmei will trip Mm up. CopmM 1910 71 Houae of Kuppenneimer QuCAfQ In the morning- - out and ene At the buitti of the dawn, to piar rinding wondrous K In each nook atone Ota way. Wadlnc brook and ctimbtaK treea. I'tatrrtnir, the hotter be Till they atirtjr him In (leeexlr Hut what doe a r- -l by oareT In at noon to bolt M ranch. Then a run to )otn the "hunch;" Shout and yell and battle-ca- t! Over atrlfe with bat and bait. e affray Or a With the pirate In hl ptay: en Ma heel. misters. Scratthra that hi batha reveal make-believatoRe-bnil- VtKttnble Compound, .and today the tumor Is gune nnd I am a perfectly well woman I hoo my iestliuunlal will be uf benefit to others." Mrs. S. J. lUiiUKtt, Scott, to boreinow! by nu otxiratton or I could not live- more than a y or two. nt moat. I wrote Mrs. Pink- limn, nt Lynn. Mats . fur advice, and took 14 bottles of Lydia K, - bnld would havo which the doctor a tumor Pink-linm'- s llnkham's rgetablo romiound. ' -- Mr. (iroitiie May, M 4th Avo l'atcrson, N J. K.Y. Mrs. "V. K. llounli iMynt Mrs. E. F Ilnycannrit: I bnve been L .MJmMOu "I waauiHlcr tho X to use i,yuia h. Plnklunm'n Vrc tibia Compound, and the pain so n dlKapjH-nri-I contluut'd its use and am now hi tirrfoct health. I.ydln K. llukliam a Vegetable t om n (iod svnd to tu IX'imd has Ihh-as I Indlfve I nhoukl bare bttr in my grave if It had not for Mrs Iliikham ad v Ico and Lydia I. i U-v- :tk'i mfyf mfcM ctirelL I lhrou(jja tho ndvlre of friend beffa t iiuurnlctn tvan . .md bncknrhe My doctor sa 1 !io could not Ktr.i mo nuytttliiif u troublci doctor's neM, iwntfornnhroi.1 treat- - OrK a. Of ir tuinor. IsulTcrtNl re- with rein. completely cured vcre fc of a main trouble hy I ytllii Ivnm's Prices $15.00 to $22.50 to $15.00 Other Lines, $7-50 9 nnd walk oratnnd on bloatlnp, rott Id not I I tny In our Shoe Department you can find the finest shoes for I t dresswear, also the best and most durable shoes for Winshoes. ter wear heavy, high-to- p I c twang, Crooning In a Horrtrylnr by his slant. Hiving everyone the abake By hla rhummlnesa with snakra. Naming with a earele.a ahrac Bvery beetle, bird and bug, Ilumlnant upon the era.. Watchlnr all tho cUnda that paas slnc-eon- Prices $2.00 to $6.50 ! J S Comlnc home at fall of ntcfet. Ortmed and marref from play and fight. weary Tea, With a wondroaa wrarlneat. OrearnlRg en with araHee and algba After sleep haa cloned Ma ey There'a a Jy that la a jay In a boy that la a boy I WH-HtD. XUHfllT. Uratfc-adoelm woman, tho tumor was exjwllpd ami inv whole a)tBi strenKUietMHl. I nuviso nil women wlw nre afflicted with tumors or fpmalo troubles to try Lytliiv E. rinkham's VewtAblo Comimund." Mri. . Y. HAYEe, 1800 Washington St. lloston. Maas. Ik-ci- dlrcrtlnnR ftixl totilc Lytlln E. l'inklMtn's Vutftble ComiouiHl. Tolny I nm a well (iSo r""r - knclhof feet niy tlnM I wrote to Mr want to ('ouipound, K- - llr.k VecrUlt nundltloalliuf frrini; women. rrcm and llnkham for nd vice, followed her view Ave, tin. rlnnatl. Ohio. llccausc your cam Is a difficult one, doctors liavlnj; done you no good, do not continue to suffer without giving Lydia K. llnkham's Vrg eUble romKuivd A trial. It surely lint Mrs. WK 811.7 KasU surhnsliiuammatloii.ulreniUtiii.di UceiiiMiU, lias cured many cases i.f female Ills, fibroid tiiiiKira, lrrrgu-Lnrlue- s. periodic itAlns.backAcbc.ctc. : NAIFEH BROS. D. Q. CO, a Aaron Klrby, aged 77 years, died at Wants Fair Play, bis homo in tho southern part of Got Home Alright, Hickman county, last week. Ho was born on tho farm where ho died and Editor Walker, of the Clinton Ga was highly esteemed In that communS. h. Dodds received word Saturity He was a Cumberland Presby- zotte, thinks Graves county is got day afternoon that a wagon and team ting a lltlo selfish in launching a son- - Of muloR Ixdnnirlnf-- (n terian. "" " lilm t..i - UUIUCIU HO .l.ll I sin nn """ " 1- 1- UIIUK3 ntorlnl Um 1UI """"' and that a whlto man had When the chest feels on fire and It is about time for Hickman county beon seen driving the team In tho the throat burns, you havo indiges- to pull a plum. Walker says: "Wo lower bottom. Mr. Dodds. Ernest tion, and you need HCUBINE to get recognlzo that Gravos county can by Johnson and Doputy Sheriff Bob Goal. rid of the disagreeable feeling. It drives ont badly digested food, puri- weight of numbers dicta to who shall dor started in pursuit of tho thief fies tho bowels and strengthens tho bo tho next Stato Senator from this When sot oral mllos down In tho stomach. Price 50c. Sold by Hick- district, and yet wo think a spirit of man Drug Co. fairness should prevail. It has been bottom thoy mot ono of L. W. Terrell's boys bringing tho outfit baak The WhIUng Lumber Co., backed twonty years slnco Hickman county to Hickman, from whero thoy had by an English syndicate, Is reported furnished tho Senator. In tho mean-Um- o beon taken. Tho boy's father, whoso Graves has had tho Senator for to have purchased tho cntiro town of twolvo years and Kulton for eight mind was unbalanced, had taken the Itoblnsonvillo. N. C. years. Whllo tho Senatorshlp should team and drove home. He was brought horo that day to bo examined Our mill is running every day. really be conceded to Hickman counas to the stato of his mind and escap. You will not be disappointed if you ty noxt year, wo do likenot think It ingr from come to our mill for shingles. Yates ly that Graves will feel oppressed by convoyanco his friands took the first & Kirk gfelnxle Co. ho could find to get to its sonso of duty. However, wo havo his homo. This was Mr. Dodds' imm this much to say: It Graves county Prof. Vornlo Garrison, of Protemus. Forroll got homo alright. Tenn., Is finishing the unexpired term Is to furnish tho Senator, glvo us a man above tho average, gtvo us a man of Prof. Glover at Itogers on routo 2. who will reflect some credit upon tho district. In othor words, glvo us Mott'a Nervine Pills a man like Judgo Joe Ilobbins, whom The great serve and brain treatwo havo reason to bollove would bo ment for men and women, produces willing to servo tills constituency for trength and vitality, bulldi up the When Men Get ono term In tho General Assembly. yntem and renews the normal vigor. Wo need a man llko Judgo Itobblns For sale by druggUU or by mall, $1 for he would at onco tako a leading per box, 6 boxes for IB. Hickman Careless About placo in tho Senate" Drug Co., Incorporated. Of Burled Citle. n Beneath the i treetc of snajent Itnme Mayhap still older streets In dust Be hid lleneath the sand may stand a pyramid Unmenttoned In Mstorlc Male tr lame: The foreat may o'erMp acme erwmbilai damn lleneath whleh olden rulers dreamed and did. Some palare that onte bwted the mighty Od May sleep below an humble peasant's home time-wor- For no yenrs Lytlla W IMnklmm's Vepetnlilo Compound lm.i i tho hlundivrd rcmtsly fur femalo UN. No hick wiimnn I(nm juntlco to lirmelf ho t III not try ttiH fnmou intMlloine. nincla cxrluahclr from rooU nnd herbs, und lin.i thouamuls of cures to ltd crcdlU Mm. lMnkhnm Invlton nil nick women to wtIIo her for nth Ice. Kh lmyulded tlinusnnila to honlth frco of clmrpo. Addrc-Irx. l'lnklinui, Lynn. lUnss. - SILVER OF QUALITY AND lit. ill I What of the burled i4. e- ... catlea of the ratftd-T- he stalely haHa ad eaathM etfN un wrought Ileeaure we alt with handaT Khali aorae one eiae far Ik the fature Idly-foM- "" What could be aura, would the thought? Shall oth.ra build laode find f r rgr-- n ksaaIWrV:;5l.rl , ""E.jJpf?n J V J:j,agfgp w but lake upon our barren BEAUTY Unquestioned durability nnd exquisite design the highest ideals in plated ware are assured Sxons, forks, and fancy serving pieces bearing ill renowned trade mark Presbyterian Senices, On Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, we will observe the ftcrnmt of Lord's Supper. The nubjeot of Uw morning sermon will be "Spiritual Dlotetios and DlgeaUoti." Tho subject of the evening sermon will be "Getting 111011." Sunday School at 10 o'clock. A hearty vtolcomo for everybody. W. O STOCKTON, MJnteler. 1847 ROGERS BRO X .TRIPLE s Fresh Oysters. Jones. Bust rinoked baoon a. Barkott's. at ICo a pound Un- There arc various makes of silver4aiod laMeware wliicli are claimed to be "just as good," but, l.L all imitations, they lack the beauty and wearing quality identified with the original and genuine "1847 R08ERS DCOS' ware popularly Vnov.'na"SilpcrVlateiItat Wears. Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue 'C-showing all designs. " L" MERMEN BRITANNIA CO",T""Triv'"',0-HcriJeitCon- H. Mrs. Emma Stophons went to ion City Tuesday. Best yard wldo brown domestic yard. Barkolt's. Coop Bradshaw bottom Tuosday. iZEsaamsxeimima. 7o Their Clothes then there will be no need of tailors but just as long as proper appearing clothes are appreciated there MUST be tailors to produce them. Anyway, the tailor is a necessity today, when good clothes have more influence lhan they ever had. We are anxious to have you men know about OUR cloth- was up from the ed at tho Cottago Hotel whero thoy had moved that morning. They gave their names as Mr. Cloys and Mrs. Adams, of near Mayfleld. When Mrs Prlco returned homo sho found tho rings under somo clothing whore sho laid them. lira. Prlco Houso lost two diamond rings, Saturday, and believed they wcro stolon by a man and woman who had boon staying at her hotel a fow days. Sho swore out a warrant and had them searchI. D. Price, of tho Your Complexion can't be preserved without 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 care. Gus Mooro Is putting a now cabin on tho Mongol tug. -- AS TOLD IN LYRIC OCT. 21, 1910 Sixth Season of Continued Success. W. F. Mann presents a play you cannot afford to miss, headed by Granulated sugar, tho host, for 1 at Barkott's. on business Tuesday. 17 lbs K. A. Croddock was In Union City County Attomoy Honey and wife woro Union City visitors, Monday. Itallroad carpenters and painters havo been touching up tho dopot this weok. Evnporntod peaches and applos, tho best on tho market, 10c a pound at ing. Want you to know that we have an extra nice line of fabrics to show you. We promise to turn these in to the neatest fitting gar ments tiiat the art of the tailor can produce. All men ought to be interested. Harry Moore, of Pulaski, Ills., was horo several days last week the gue3t of his brother, Hon. F. S. Mooro and family. Ho will probably buy somo of S. h. Dodds' bottom land and locate here. Don't let your property go without insurance. Its poor business. See Kennedy tho Insurance Man. Beware of substitutes seo that our is on your plumbing and tinning jobs. John Cotton. trade-mark Miss MABEL OWEN As the Indian Girl, Pamnena Helm's Witch Hazel Cream Lotion softens and nourishes and leaves the skin smooth and heathful. It protects, Barkott's. THE HILLS r Tuko somo fresh oysters and col-crhomo with you this oVcnlng. Tho finest you over saw at Jones. Tho Hickman Plumbing & Tinning Company has moved from tho Barry building to their now homo wost of tho Ico factory. Tho now brick building was built by A. O. Caruthors es pecially for thom, and thoy will hnvo ono of tho prettiest shnns in tlm I stato when they got shaped up, By FAR THE BEST DRAMATIC PR0DUCV1ON OF THE DAY - WATCH FOR THE INDIANS PRICES 25c, 35c and 50c EaBaW SCHMIDT, the Tailor aaaakasMaataBamaBaainaaaiMaaa6aaBBaBBBi All tho Calico you want at 5'c a yard at Darkett's store in West Helm & Ellison Try the Courier's Want Coliimn- -lc per word J ' I When Frost is on the Pumpkin And the Fodder 's in the Shock you are going to get caught without that new stove, unless you hurry. Get one now and be ready for it. No trouble to make a selection at our store, because we have the larg est line ever brought to Western Kentucky to select from. Take a peep at onr show window. Yes, sir; the prices are right because we bought 'em right. We have all trim mings, too, such as pipe, boards, buckets, and the like. If you need an oil stove for the bath or spare bed room or a new range or cook for the kitchen, you just can't help buy ing it from the ' u I ;! tt- 1 !,l K- - hi Pi1 ' Ik n Ye u ! -- I ll . i I Hickman Hardware Company INCOUTHOATED Mrs, Tankersley Dead, The beloved wife of It N llnl last week at the family Tanker-Uy- DMLY DIET HINTS ttr nf. , T. J. ALLDS Teoi SptcUOJtt. c Letter from Syria BY A. Well Known Here, Ferrell Loses Mind. L.. w. Ferrell, residing seven miles bolow town, was tried before a Jury In Judgo Naylor's court, Monday, for lunacy and found to be of unsound ralnd. Witnesses tesUfled that Mr. Ferrell had been acting strangely for tho past threo months. On ono occasion ho spent tho night In the woods, sev eral times ho got lost almost In sight of his homo, and had acted Indiffer ent towards his family, oven his sick wlfo. Mr. Ferrel is 52 years old, has a wlfo and flvo children. Ho has been farming In this county for seven years, coming hero from Livingston county. He will bo taken to the asylum. t: ; & Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Bassett Wlllard, Uio authors and projectors of tho splendid play, "Eth'opla," which Is to bo presented hero Nov. 18, under tho auspices of tho Daughters of tho Confederacy, havo both been hero before, and made many frlonds. Mr. Wlllard was hero with his partner, with their "Slngln Mr. Bertram, Skulo" and "Captain Dick" and Mrs. Wlllard, then Miss Bortha John, was hero with tho "MysUc Midgets." So recalling Uio high quality of all of thoso ontertalnments and stating tho fact that Mr. Wlllard Is Uio author of them, gives reason to mako Uio assuranco of Uio high quality of "EUi opfci" doubly Buro. Mr. Parker, who comes to coach tho entertainment Is ono of their very best conductors. S. BARKETT PREPARATION FOR LUNCH. Is obtalnsd by placing o food betoro hungry plg that they cannot reach It and, after they have cried for some minutes to reach It, killing them and collecting the secre- renldenco In Hamburg afur a long an ami tirouueled IWmma. Sh bwvea a husband awl wvwal crown hr sons and daugitni Ut wour Iinm. Mm. Susie Darnell. Mbwos Cur. tis. Now la. Pearl ami ItuUi Tkr-airyTnnkeraley. of Honilwak, John Alex IWn Tankersloy. of HMxtar. Tankoraloy. of Darona. Me. -- t night. Ho and his suit of twelve men stayed with us two nights only as ho was obliged to go back to Bel- On alio lOUi Inst, our now and rut on business for ono week, then first representative, Solomon EppQndy to Egypt a week and then to Con- Urlstony, visited this town, n groat stanUnoplo to take charge of his Im crowd of horsomon wont out about portant buslnoss as soon as tho Houso In the stomach. Without tion considering whether the prodfive miles to meet Ills Excolloncy. I of Representatives opens up, which uct so obtained Is uncontamln-atewas one of Uio crowd that wont Is about the middle, of October. by the bad mental state of out. Wo mot ono of tho nicest ami Durlnir his stay wlm us In Judle the anlmati or the advisability Arm & Hammer brand soda 6 paok greatest men of Syria and daresay dlt. ho was Invited to a banquet as dlgcitant, of using an artificial ages for Sfo at lJarketfs. one of tho brlghtost men In tho world. tho guest of Messrs. Farha, of Uils does not this Indicate the ImHo Is well educated In Bovon lan city. Tho banquot was royally serv portance of preparation for a guages rather a profossor In those ed, and thoro wore not loss than a The bowhe growls for meal? Tho quostlon wo reMUy put l Ho Is second president of hundred men present, all of tho best languages ten minutes before dinner Is (o tho Interstate Commecre Cowmls-bIoi- i rttCy In the Htehen, is not tho Houso of HoprosontaUea at Con class of people of this country. by n Western railroad If It may making good preparation for stantinople, tho capltol of tho Turk Soveral well educated young men return ohargos colleoted on his afternoon's work at school, ish Empire. Syria boing ono of tho made speeches, and a ploco of poetwho s'tenographer calves born while Uiolr mothers were and the Assessor Beadles was In town ntatos under Turkish rulo. It has ry, composed and read by Prof. M. to Of course In transit over tbelr Unoa. rushtfS from tho typewriter Best patent flour 70c a sack at only been two years lnco Uio consti- O. Homra, of this city, was nlco and A the quick lunch room next door noil What n foolish queHtlonI tutional government appointed two enthusiastically received. Tho Repre Barkotfs. pripbrlng for a courae In a it calf cannot travel qn IU moUwr's renrosontatlvoB from Dolrut ono Mo sentative was greaUy pleased with sooner or later, acaanltarlum, All prescrlpUons taken to Helm & ticket. Who ever heard of suoh a Another hammedan and ono Christian, and so the author and speaker. cording to her hereditary enDiltiK? Mrs. C. C. Graham left Monday for Ellison's are filled by "Clint" Ellison dowment, her habits otherwise from all tho states where Uiero nro good speech was mado by Mr. J. F. . nobody else. Fulton to visit her mother. and the length of time such Christians. IJut Christians arc scarco Faiua, with a lot of meaning to it, is continued. Drop all practice in tho Turkish Emulro. moro especial- - asking tho Iteprosentatlvo to amend W. A. Dodds and wlfo motored over rk when the lunch thoug t of ly Syria. Thoso representatives aro tho laws of this stnto to Uio bottor- to Union City Sunday. Thoy were hour arrives, walk at least ten eleoted overy four years, so tho pres ment of the peoplo and stop Uio accompanied by Carl Schmidt and minutes outdoor, locking at ent onoa have two yoars more to quesUon of moving the court houso wlfo. objects, as far as possidistant mlod sorvo. Thoy nro enacting now laws from Judledlt to another small town. ble, and occupying the SPECIAL SALE 0N and mending tho old ones, and are In reply to all asked of him ho prom pleasan ly When seated, relax Esq. A. M. Shaw wns horo from power to groat work, considering and draw long breaths, fixing doing a ised to uso all In his the afentlon In pleasant expecStnto Mno on buslnoss Monday. tho good of the peoplo of Syria, and tation on the meal. especially tho peoplo of Margoon. Wo mt Uio Hopresontntlvo near Tho rtoprcsentaUvo ami bis party J. T. Bnrd was over from Fulton (Coi rijlht, by JsmiiIi U. lion us.) tho Itlvor Litany with a good hearty returned to our houso to spond tho last week. saluto, and ho roturned same with n night. After breakfast next morning Hoi-iiThe lluth. In ehargo of Capts. shaking and kind words, 70- - good hand Krlo. spent thoy bade us all good byo, and prom It. 1). Johnson and Hon. Kirk nnd Dick Smith, nindo n and a uromlso for building up and ised to mako another visit noxt year. Sunday afternoon at Woodland Mills. jnllo trip Sunday. Col. Walker and Improving tho country as far as In with them A largo crowd of friends, lawyers nnd a. J. Self la bark nt hla old Job In wlfo had a party of frlonds apent. his power to do so. After mat wo high officers went out with them sev and the day was happily started to mounted our horses and McCluro'a atoro at StatoLIno. eral miles to bid them good byo nnd town. A short distance from town wish him a safo Journey nnd success crowd of wo wero mot by a largo In his great work. footmen, hallowing, whooping, singThis Is all at present. I'leaso pubgreat Joy ing and dancing from tholr lish all of It nnd llvo long. of tho first visit of tholr now repreYour friend, Handles Everything in the way of sentative. Coming through town wo Will buy the best Sewing Machine A. S. BAItKETT stop at tho court houso, as mndo a country for in the world at it is tho custom In this a statesman to visit tho court hou30 Corn nnd tomatoes thrco cans for first, then to go whoro ho is invited. 25c nt Barkotfs. from If you want to get your money's worth buy Ho uis invited to our houso during behind all me. I use the best of leather and stand his star in Judledlt. As wo got to over goods that I make. It will pay you to look 1.0VOO contractors aro enlarging or town In tho nftornoon, all of tho and Shoe my stock before you buy. Harness tho government loveo n hnrsnmnn and footmen who Joined us Next door to Post Office. a snecialtv. Give me a call. ltoprcsentnUvo wero short dlstanco bolow Hickman. Tho In meeting tho n Courier man that NKXT 1)0011 TO United to tako supper with him at foreman lufonns get through with this Farmers & Merch. Bank our houso. Not loss than two hun- thoy will not people ato supper with us that Job before March, 1911. dred Judicdlt, Margoon, Syria, Turkey. Psptln, uied as an aid to to i ,. -; B ;4 miiiiipiiHirtiWiiiMftftrtftfl 30 DAYS 1. a Sewing Machines 1 :l .j ; $5.00 Cash and $1.00 per Week HICKMAN HARNESS CO. Harness, Saddles. Bridles, Collars I I V J i HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. I A. J. WRIGHT, Mgr. I MMMMMMMMM!" iMmBHn) A w n'Fi"" ww! ttmk 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. 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. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. iwr.rHDfinA-rrr- i T. T. T)TTiTiOJT, 3Inunsor. ' fe p. 'I'ftW'fTPTTTf'nTTTIIWl'Tl'li'Mfl'fv - S Service and Safety We offer you a complete banking service and provide absolute safety for your funds. We want your banking business, and whether your account be large or small, we will extend every consistent banking accommodation and will protect your interests with the same care and fidelity that we apply to our own. It is our business to receive and safeguard deposits ; to loan mouey on proper security ; to transmit money to other cities and countries; to collect notes, etc., and, in general, to render every financial service within the scope of a modern banking instituCome in and see us when we can be of service to you. tion li,fri!rli,?iqhn,iHiftT.-t;iCapital and Surplus, INTEREST R. T. TYLER, P nil guests, greatly to tlie Irritation of Barun Dnngloss, toward whom alio showed an especial attention. Tullls was holding tho prince in his arms. Colonel Qulnnox stood before them, keeping tho babbling, leering beldame from thrusting her face close to that of the terrified boy. The Count-e.s- n Marlanx, pale and rigid, her wondrous eyes glow lug with excitement, stood behind Johu Tullls. With Incredible swlftuesa the Htorui passed. Almost at Its height there camo a cessation of the roaring tern pest, the downpour was checked, tho thunder died away and the lightning trickled off Into faint flashes. The sky cleared ns if by magic. The exhibition, If you please, was over! "It Is the most amazing thing I've ever seen," Dangloss said over unit over again. Tho Countess Marlanx was trembling violently. Tullls. observing this, tried to laugh away her nervousness. "Mere coincidence: that's nil." ho Bald. "You can't bellove she brought about this Btonu?" "It isn't that." she said In a low voice. "I feel as If a gmvo personal danger had Just passed me by. Not danger for the rest of yon. but for mo alone. That Is the nottsutlon I have tho feollng of one who has stepied back from the brink of nu abyss Just In time to avoid being ptihed over. I can't make you understand. Seel I am trembling." "Nerves, my dear countess shadows! Tou'll be over It as soon ns wo are outside." Ten minutes later the cavalcade started down the rain swept road toward the city, dry blankets having been placed across the saddles occupied by the and tho prince. The witch stood In her doorway, laughing gleefully. Inviting them to come often. "Come again, your hlphnessr she croaked sarcastically. "The next time I come It will be with a torch to burn you alive!" shouted back Dangles. To Tullls he added: "Gad. sir. they did well to bum witches In your town of Salm. You cleared the country of thum the pests!" Down through the lowering shades rode tho prince's party swiftly, even gayly by virtue of rvtaxntlAu from the strain of a vrvlrd half hour No on revealed the slightest stvn nf apprehension arising from tho mysterious demonstration In which nature had taken a hand. Truxton King, for reasons best known to himself, soon reliipifd Into a thoughtful. cnntemiilartTe slleeeu. Hetween us. ho nu imrely vexed ami disappointed. When the gallant start was made from the glen of "dead men's bones" he found that he was to be cUt utterly aside, qulto completely Ignored by the fair Loralue. She rode off with ,il KtwrJ. iun.1 l " l r f t Tuixtuti. therefore, had net Qulnnox. hor bnck In view at rather a vexing distune, too for mile nfter mile of the rldb to tho city. Ho gallop! along beside tho baron, n prey to gloomy ili Aycr'i ll&tr Vhtnr womptly t!trny the ttrnt lilf that aute filllna ralr. It noutiilit the ttop to hc!lli. 1fr hlr bullH. tctorc llii-Uillntf out, grow mors rtpMlr. rnlllnic Mnlr coushlorutlons. What was tho ueT He hKd no dunce to wlu her That was for story books and plays. She belonged to another world far above his. Does not Color the Hair Wc wish yov to potlllvcly and dhllnctly unJcrtland that Aycr's Hair Vigor does not affect the color of Ihc hair, even lo the llhtct IVrsnni Milh the whitest or the Uclitcjt and motl delicate decree. blond halrmay xte It frrcly u ithoul having the hair made a shade datker. Aycr'tHilrMsur Jutt rnxnrtlydcitrort th Itrrmi tlut uuu tljmlniK. it irmovrt of djtvlrulf ItttU. nJ lttx the tttlv trt cltin and in a bcilthr coiuliUun. Dnntlrufr ttr The baron's dry. Insinuating voice broke In upon the young mint's thoughts "I think It's pretty well understood that she's golmr to marry him." Tho little old minister had boou reading King's thoughts; ho had tho satisfaction of seeing hl victim start Inirrilif ntc Sulphur. Clxrrlo. ;Kt, Show this formula to your doctor. Quioln. Sodium CMmIJ. Aliohot. YitUr. Prrtunx. Ak Mm what he thinks 3 V ATI! rVnHK Ilt. Ilu of K. WSfc For fMfm&XY Sprain HICKMAN MARBLE (HueeriMir to It, U. WORKS KHTAIIMHIIKO IW TOM DILLON, Sr Prop. lUmmiu, dreriuirtl) SBam bnhiv "Gave Me Marble and Granite m ilBBM 'BHSLl 1BBL Monuments CURBING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky inuiiniiiiiilsw Instant Relief" "I fell and sprained my arm and was in terrible pain. I could not use my hand or arm without intense suffering until a neighbor told mc to use Sloan's Liniment. The first application gave mc instant relief and I can now use my arm as well as ever." Mrs. II. B. Spring R, 921 Flora St, Elizabeth, N. J. Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, H. HUOHANAN ldlj KENTUCKY j. j. imj iru Rakt ORO.ll, TIIHHItKHI.lt MKHOTOHti J. W. ALH.TANnKK Jtr.J. M. HUHKAUti a H. M. lSI.KIt T.A.LKiironn SLOANS LINIMENT is an excellent antiseptic and germ killer heals cuts, burns, wounds, and contusions, and mil draw the from sting of poisonous insects. Wc combine nbsolutc safety with sotisfnetory service, nntl ofier our depositors the most libera treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS II Jlt't'HANAN. I'realdMt H i' KAMAi.K Ai I'kibur J. A. TlloMl'So.V, tubtr poisn 2t., 60e and fl.QO $65, 000.00 ON PAID TIME DEPOSITS Aft't Cashier txok on liorM, rat llo, lirrp nil poultry sent frrv Rlnan' AllllfYM m I rjfflEtil pj sa JL ... 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Is It a Rood uwt ti bnronr The bsron smiled. -- I think so. He lias been n trtflo wild. but I Mleve he has settled down. Splendid family. Ho Is dopfieratpty in love." "I hadn't thought much about It Is she In love with hlint" "She tscos a great deal of him." was the diplomatic nnswor. "Would you mind telllns mo Just who she Is, baron?" Dangloss was truly startled. "Do you mean, sir, that yon donk know herr he asked, almost harshly. "I don't know her tinme." "And you hud tho offrontory to My excellent friend, you nuinxo me! I know that Americans are loId; but, by gnd, sir, I've always looked inwn them ns gentlemen. You" "Hold on, Huron nnusjkws!" Inter uiHt-iru.Kiii, Tory rwi in tno race "You'd betlrr hoar my side of the otory first. Sho .vent to school with my sister She knows me. but refuses to tell me who she Is" "Well, my boy. if sho cltx ts to keep you In the dark concerntii;; hor name it Is not fur me to betray her Ladles In her jx.it!on, I daro nay, o n J o y these little mysteries." It was dusk when they entered the 4t "Mcphonc 6 3 Deliveries Ledford & Randle V COAL CASH COAL FOR COAL CASH $1.00 - CASH Pittsburg Lump Coal Bon Air Lump Coal 4.00 vi B5t Splendid Selection KELLY SMITH Clinton, Kentucky ChrhlUnlh. shall, of Woodstock, Ga. I do hone ami fmcf that ladies who ar? suffer ing as I did, will take Cardui, for it has been a God's blessing to me, and will certainly help every lady who is suffering." N ew jdooks Stationery CARDUI The Woman's Tonic No matter if vnn suffer from headache, backache pains in arms, shoulders and legs, dragging-dow- n fee ings, etc., or if you feel tired, weary, worn-o- ut Post Cards, Notions, etc. Oallnnd See Our Stock Everything WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. Have you neglected your kidneys? Have you overworked your norvouB system and caused trouble with your kidneys and bladder? Have you pain In loins, side, back, groins and bladder? Have you a flabby appearance of the face, especially under the eyes Too frequent a desire to pass urine? If so, Williams' Kidney Fills will cure you Hickman Drug Co., Price 60c. Read "Traxtea King." Mary Berendes & Co. Your grocery order will receive prompt attention If telephoned to Betteruworth & Prather. Both phones. Anything you want that wo haven't got In Furniture we will be glad to order It for you. Hickman Furniture Company. It a trial, you will thankful ever after. and eenerallv miser able Catfuu help you. it nas neipea tuousands of other weak, sick ladies and If you will only give bo Either nho had forgotten to sy good-bis sot ron us; "it to him or had TO JICTnAr HER." Wlllfllllr l1lvMv,1 Isnoro him nltcnetber. At any rate, she entered tho gates to tho casUo grounds without so mneh nn different glanco In his direction. Truxton knew in advance that ho was to have a sleepless, unhappy night In his room at tho hotel lie found tho second anonymous letter, utiques- lU0 Hamo Li this tlmo printed In crude, "mirce, but stilted letters. It had been stuck uudor tho ooor. Lcavo tho city 1 onco. 'm. , great danger. Save yourself." This time ho did not laugh. was from Olga Tlatanova he That It hud no doubt. Hut why sho should Interest herself so persistently In his was qn ui beyond him. And welfare what, after all. could she mean by "great dauger-sa- vo yourself 1" 1 "W tho castlo Kins said soodby to Tullis and tho countesf, gravely saluted tho sleepy prince and followed Sir. Hobbs off to tho heart of tho city. Ho was hot nor thorn Abovo gates, Prices based on delivery within the city limits Parties desiring to haul their own coal will be allowed 40 cents per ton deduction from prices quoted. You can leave your order, accompanied with cash, at the office of Hickman Ice & Coal Co., or phone 48 if you you wish order sent C. O. D. No one has authority to extend credit, so don't ask for it. I will appreciate your patronage, and by selling strictly for cash can give you security againtst an exorbitant advance in prices. A. A. At f APIS PAY YOUR CITY TAXES. with resentment The Lyric. The penalty is effective Aa Told In tho Hills, Oct. 21, 1910. September the first. Why Tpmpcst and Sunshlno, Nov. 10. wait until too late and be Tho Fighting Portion, Doc. , 1910. Ishmaol, dramatized by Allco E. forced to pay unnecessary Ivoa from lire. Southworth'a novel ot costs ? tho samo nnmo, Doc. 14, 1910, -- mn iuriner notice pay St. Elmo, by Cathorlno Hadloy & Co., Loiflngwoira copyrighted version taxes to Tom Dillon, Sr., at Dec. 19, 1910. his office. Tho Lost Trail, Jan. 7, 1911. Tho Widow 1'orklns, Feb. C, 1911. All you who havo torpid llvor, weak Cast Asldo, March 3, 1911. dlgoatlon or conaUnatod bowela look out for chllla. Tho season horo and tho air 1b full of tho dlaeaao Call at tho Hlckmnu Furniture Co. germs. Tho heat thing to do Is to got your llvor In good condition and for anything you want In furniture. purify tho stomach and bowela. HER-UINla tho right remedy, It anwra the Durpooo completely. Prle efto. Cotton, the plunber. Pkoa . Sold by Hlckmar. Drug Co. i. It:i r...i 11 1 H OontTnuU next"weck. -- m'n, -- tR? w - f- " "4- - KETCHEL'S SUYEH HELDFOR MURDER ARRESTED AT NIANAQUA, MO., WALTER DIPLEY PLEAD3 UNWRITTEN LAW. DOLLIVER'S PLAGE HAN IT PSg8 S E FO TIM OOV. CARROLL NOT LIKELY FILL POSITION UNTIL JANUARY. TC I All THE WOMAN IN THE CASE HIS DEATH WAS SUDDEN Messages of Condolence Recelvec From President Talt and Manv Others Arrangements for Funeral on Thursday. Dos MAlnos, la, OcL 18. It Is prot ablo tho ruoooimor of United Statei Senator Dolllver will not bo knowt hntll next January. At that tlmo i man to fill tint unoxplml two yeani ol tho torm will bo chosen by tho staU Lots 9) ?v Circumstances, However, Would Indicate That Crime Wat Committed With Robbery In ViewKetch-el'- a Money Not Found. Springfield, Mo, Oct 18.Waltcr Dlpley, nllas Walter A. Hurt, tho deserter from tho navy, who Saturday hot and killed Stanley KetchM, was arretted nt the homo of Thomas Hog-gatnear Nlangua. Mo., 17 wile from tbo sceno of tho crime. Ho bad baited bin flight for a night's sleep. Ho assarts Kutchol bad Insulted the woman Dlpley aya la hla wife. Hh wna formerly known a Ooldlo Smith, and conducted a rooming houao In Coffcyvlll. Knn. Woman Refuses to TalK The woman nt first styled herself as Fanslo Hurt, wlfo of tbo slayer, and latar aa Ooldlo Smith, and Is said by Dtploy io bo Mrs. KnlcbL Hor career, tha ulhcern, say, la uncertain. Accord- ins io uipiora story, no met nor a month ago at Muff, Mo. Th. woman baa refusal to Kite her version of tbo atory, saying abo wilt talk only when required to do so. Tho Inquest by Coroner Nichols of Oieeno county will be held Tuesday rooming. A Jury has been ehosen. Ketchel's body was sent to Grand Itaplda, Mloh., for burial. Robbery tho Murder Motive. Robbery ! belloved to bare been the motive for tbs crime. The sum of $300. which Kttebcl la thought to bare had on hla psrwn. bss not been found. After the killing, wMoh Dip-toaaya was In sftiMefoM, Dlpley gavo tha form bands who saw him shoot from tbo doorway three minutes to leavo tbo vicinity Dlpley la held at MarshflsM. Tbo body of tho former champion lay In atato for a few hour at tho Hlka' olub room, and hundreds of men and womon paid their last, retpecta to tho gauao tighter. Many Messages of Condolence. Hundreds of telegrams and letter ar pouring In upon R. I'. Dlekersen, expressing the greatest grlof orcr tho unfortunate shooting, nob Fltxslm- raons. John K Sullivan, Jim Corbott, flllly Papke, Jack Johnson and numerous other fighters and friends of Ketcbel bavo expressed their grief, and paid high tributes to his memory. t. assembly According to friends of Governoi Carroll, be will not appoint ono tc UNSOLD AFTER NEXT WEEK IN RICHMOND & BOND CO.'S SUBDIVI SION WILL BE ADVANCED 5 IN PRICE TTO-ir-- tfff I 11 Senator J. P. Dolllver. f WOMAN SMUGGLER FINED $1,600 Worth of Parisian Gowns Are Belted and $1,000 Fine Assessed tbo progrslra ar much disturbed over tho prospoct of bolng without Dolllver In congress. Arrangements for the Funeral. Funeral services will bo held Thursday at 2 o'clock. The suddenness of DollUefs death from heart dlseasu while a physlelan was llstonlng to the Irregular beats of the organ with a stethoscope took everyone so much by surprise that somu of the funeral arrangements are only tentative. According to present plans, tho ceremonies will be In cbargo of Iter. W. H. Spenee, pastor of tbo First Moth-odls- t Episcopal church of FortDodgu. Illshop Luther I). Wilson of Pennsylvania, Dr. Newell Dwlght Hlllls of New York elty and Gov. D. F. Carroll of Iowa bave been Invited to mako funeral orations for tbo sonlor senator of Iowa. fill tho place of the Insurgent loader who died so suddenly. Standtlors and progressives will have a close fight on tholr hands, nnd by Customs Judge. New York, OcL 18. Mrs. Maymo McKenna, of Cbtoago. pleaded guilty to the charge of smuggling boforo Judro Hand In tho United Slates court and was fined f 1.000. of Tarlatan gowns sbo attempted to bring In without payment of duties, Senalor Cummins la In Fort Dodge aaslstlng the family In Its bereave-ntt- nt Tbo court also ordered tl.COO worth selxd. to smuggle tho dresses wero made In this country and sho pointed to their labels to provo IL Tho United SUtea district attorney with a magnifying glass showedrthe labels had been changed and tho plea of guilty resulted. whn first charged with attempting Mrs. McKenna stoutly affirmed Oyster Pans Big Pearl. Tipton, Mo, OcL 18. Mrs Hoohn, while sating canned oysters In her husband's restaurant In this city, publlo men. Senatorial Committee Named. found a white pearl tho shapo of a Washington, OcL 18. quail's egR. weighing 18 pennyweights, Sherman has designated tbo folwhich local Jewelers claim Is very valuable. The oysters wore bought lowing members to act as a commit-te- a from tho United States senato to from a grocery In 8L Louis. attend the funeral of Senator Jonathan P. Dolllver of Iowa at Fort Dodgo Hpeclnl Kilo of Ostrich Plumos Fri- on Thursday, Octobor 20, at 2 p. m.: day, Sattirdny nml Monday nt Smith Senators Cummins, Ualloy, Elklns, Pnynter, Nelson, Uurrows, Kcan, & Ainborg's. Clapp, Deverldgo, Chlvcly, Durkott and Monoy. Circumstances of His Death. Only an hour before dying Dolllver apoko hopefully of his recovery to District Judge IL M. Wright, who called to ask after the senators health. During tho afternoon Senator Dolllver took a walk In his garden, which bad been ono of his pleasures. To those who called tha senator talked pleasantly and optimistically. He repeatedly expressed the bollef that bo would soon bo completely recovered. Ho oven spoko of eomo plans for the future. Hundreds of telegrams of sympathy pourod In on Mrs. Dolllver from all parts of tho country. Nearly every tncmbor of both housos of congress sent condolence- - Mossngcs also enmo from most of tho governors and from tho president, cablnot nic'mbors and YOUNG MEN: Show me the man who is getting rich on a salary. Don't laugh at this. Count over the people you know. Then count over the men you know are making money run-ih- g a business for themselves. Does the difference mean anything to you? Are you going to work all your life to make. money for others, or do you expect to make some for yourself? If you cannot start in business today, commence to get ready by clinching a good position. Your savings will be working for you while you work and while you sleep and helping you to get to the point of starting in for yourself. Your lot will increase in value fast and when you are ready to do business will help you get credit. 1 There are TWO THINGS in Life which count: Effort and Result Effort to make money results in acquiring: it. Make the Effort buy a business lot watch the Result. I I 1 -r- -- Tho loading parts In thlo big production, "As Told In tho Hills," that Tbo following wero granted llconso of an Indian maid nnd nn Indian govto marry In Obion county last weok: ernment scout, aro actually played by real llvo Indians. Surrounded by n Hrnest Comodoro and Lena Duko. capable company, thoy will entertain T. M. Gtiorgo and Anna Uonuchnmp. and pleaBo all Who nro fortunato T. M. Hollow and Mamlo Moss. to wltnoss this boautlful story Luther Swnunor and Host Pitas. of tho hills. Manager J. T. Dillon V. II. Allen nnd Alma Itosonlmrg. has hooked this attraction at tho J. It. IJrlggB nnd Mabel Webb. Lyric for Friday night, Oct. 21. Soats J. W. Itoach nnd Mlnnlo Cnldthrop. now on salo at Hickman Drug Co. II. Q. Ttadalo and Estollo Hooper. Joo dray nnd Mattlo McDonald. Hon Phillips nnd Anna Howoll. Four-plllnon collars, any alzo or Tom Cro3 nml Mandy Hull Owona. kind, at 2 for lEo at Sullivan Dros. Hickman Census. Can you boat It? ' Number of families owning phono- Marriage Licenses Only one more week, and then all unsold lots will be advanced 5 in price. It's up to you. See Russell Johnson or W. E. Bondtirant. t I 1 I' i ' graphs, Wo will, or rathor wo havo, averaged a small shlpmont of caps every Tho nicest lino of domestic nml Im- two weeks for tho past eight weeks. ported fruits you over saw nt Jones. Our Idea for this is to keep right In touch with tho NEW things that will In this lino. II. Four nice Poland China Sows with Interest qvery ono B. CUKUN. young pigs for sale. H. C. HELM. 721. Q. B. BOND. I , Ml H ,i ymmMS8 ',.-.- ... '. 1n 1 . .a. .iraa.i.'.itt-- ' - i. ."' ''tfwwf''ir't"'l1 '" issBsissaisBai IPH - ",$r ")- i- - A GOOD REASON. Mr. Blaney Killed. A Coming Treat. Hickman Peoplo Can Tell You Why It Is So. u X WEDDING PRESENT Don't Know? Try Cut Glass u 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. CALL AND SEE THEM fc SCm f NKEB-T- he Jeweler J. R. Blaney, a printer In the employ of tho Hurt printing Company, was murdered In Paris, Tenn., Inst Thursday night. Blaney had tho previous Monday started out to travol nml solicit work for tho Hurt Printing Co. Ho will bo remembered as acting in tills capacity In Hlckmnn a few weeks ngo, but found out wo had a job printing establishment hero. Ho formorly worked at Paris nnd on Thursday, as a young lady passed, and Blaney remarked "There goes ono of my old sweethearts," her brother imagined a cause of Insult In this and demanded an apology. Blaney denied meaning anything Improper and said no apology was needed. Swccnoy later on attacked Blaney nnd struck him nnd on tho latter selxlug a billiard cue, Sweeney Bhot him three times, ouco over the heart, In tho right shoulder nnd la tho leg Blaney was Instantly killed. His body was burled In Union City Sunday In East View cometory, the funeral sorvlcos being conducted byBro Hickman Grocery Co. Do your trading here and save money ... on your Groceries Meats, etc. . Stewart PILE8I PILE8I POTTAGE IT. HOTEL I anybody or anything but "mo, my Williams' Indian Pile Ointment, will eure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles Advanced Census. money and my son John" 11. It absorbs the tumors, allays Itching Number of church members, 1346. at once, acts aa a poultice, give InAvantgo nttondanco nt church, 258. stant relief. Williams' Pile Ointment Number of men who throw away Number of hobble hats worn, 8. U prepare for Piles and Itching of Number of citizens who savo money the prlrate parts. Sold by Hickman their winter overcoats Inst spring Drug Co. 60c and 1. Williams' Mfg., by raising a garden, 0. and wished they hadn't, 2S7. Co., Props.. Cleveland, Ohio. Number of folks wbo borrow tho Number of Hot Springs diamonds, Courier, 13. 1S6. Number of women lu Hickman, Tho lending parts In thle big pro Number of 10c dudes, 31. duction. "As Told In tho Hills," that X Number of women who nover gos-niNumber of men holding worthless of an Indian maid and tin Indian govchecks and Invalid promissory notes, ernment scout nro actually played by IS. Number of funerals necessary for 270. e Indians. Surrounded by a real tho good of tho town, 11. capable company, they will entertain Number of citizens who think taxes and please nil Who aro fortunato A valuable dressing for flesh uro reasonable, C. to witness this beautiful Btory wounds, scalds, old Borea, rash, chafNumber of women who llko the ed skin. Is BALLARD'S SNOW LIN- of tho hills. Manager J. T. Dillon IMENT, it Is both healing and anti- has booked this attraction nt tho bobble skirt, 0. Number of women who will wear septic. Price, 25c, 50c and U per Lyric for Friday night, Oct 21. Scats bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. tho hobble skirt, 42. now on sale at Hickman Drug Co. Number of Individuals wbo take a Settling up Umo Is drawing near vacation annually, C74. Tickling In tha throat, hoarseness, Number of Individuate who annu- and If yon wish to collect your bills loss of voice. Indicate tho need of easily get your bill heads printed. BALLARD'S HOREHODND SYRUP. ally return broko, 674. Number of knockers died In the This class of work Is neatly and It eases tho lungs, quiets tho cough cheaply executed at this office. Our and restores health In tho bronchial past ten years, 0. per Number of men who spit on tho commercial printing Is neat, correct tubes. Price, 25c, COc and 1Co. bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug aldowalks every day, 2250. and in accordance with the prevailing Number of men who don't care for styles. "The best Is tho cheapest" Wm. R. Hearst the millionaire newt paper owner, has offered $50,000 to tho first aviator who files from tho Pacific to tho Atlantic. Tho only X X conditions aro that the trip shall bo mado In 30 days, the aviator to stop anywhere nnd as often as he'pleascs, Tho htart may bo mado from New York on tho Atlantic coast or from San Francisco or Los Angeles on tho Pacific coast. j Too much prnlso cannot bo gl Doan's Kidney PUls euro thocnuso tho Mothodltt Ladles Aid Society of disease, und that la why tho euros oiigngliig tho Schubert Symphu , This remedy Club and Ixtdy Quartette of Chic i nro always lasting. strengthen! nnd tonoa up the kid- to appear hero on Oct 20, at neys, holplng them to drlvo out of Lyric This company Is In Its . ho body tho liquid poisons that aro year of success, and Is acknow 1 o tho onuso of backacho. hendacho and ed oorywhro to bo tho most "up distressing kldnoy and urinary com dute" Mimical Company trn.i Hickman people testify to Everybody like music nud plaints l permanent cures. onjoy a heurty laugh. A dollKh' A. P. Overby, of Hickman, Ky., blending of pure fun nnd fine idu says: "For two or throo months I Is ono reason why tho abovo wna troubled by disordered kidneys. has Hon Its way to the ny 1 had dull pains In tho small of notch of public esteem. bnok and whonotor 1 stooped or lift ed, sharp twinges caused mo much Tho Hickman Courier and Weekly mfaiory. At night the noho in my back greatly disturbed my nxt and Commercial Appeal, both ono year I arose In tho morning feeling tlrod for fl.25. Oct them new. and languid. Nonous spolta bother-mmix nml thn sediment in tho kid- Sunday's IuuivUto llurald conta. kidBoy seorotlons proved that my M neys needed attontlon. Learning of ed an article to the effect that Ayers. vitiploymotit agent for tho K Doan's Kidney P1IU. I prooured a box BlUsou's Drug Storo nnd lucky priMHv. had been Mtectod at Helm (o tho National I'rt n Oeient In throe dajm Uioy relieved roe. It contents of ComuilftiUin which moot lu IxnJ... one-hatho required but Unglnnd In 1916. the box to effect a oompleto euro. I am glad to say that this euro hae been permanent and I, therefore, Notice. hare no hesitation In allowing jou to publish my statement" vt-rA lf J. tUUA TU, BEST I $1 a Day House -I- N- t 4. Western Kentucky For rale by all dealort. Prioo BOc. All parsons holding claims again Co. Buffalo, N. Y the estate of II. D. Langford, dcca sole agents for tho United States. hereby notified to pros- Remember tho name Do.iu's and ed, aro samo In proper form on or bof" tako no other. Nor. 1, 1910, for allowance or bo fu ever barred. J. II. Iangfard, Ada. T The aHdeNt deetriae that Republican office hoMen seldom die and fcM reeetred a severe 8 RKAL BSTATK FOR 8ALK norer Jolt Jiwtlee Moody t the Supreme W K Dondurant, agent for M I Shaw. $ Court, kfw rescued. Foster-Mllbur- n t rtN Special Offer We expect to put out a greater number of farm wagons around close to home this year than ever before, and in order lo do this we arc making the special pricca below. wh OUR FALL rOIF STOCK The Hickman Fur. Co. will sur prise you In tho matter of low prices and good goods. Don't take our word but come and see for yourself. Geo. R. Buford, of Woodland Mills neighborhood, attended tho Maury County fair last weeok and captured quite a number of valuablo prizes wltl his fino span of match mares. Ho was also successful at Dresden, Huntingdon and Paris. 2?4 Thimble Skein Wagon, with bed, at. " " " 3x0 " " 3Jf $50.00 52.00 55.00 run fSSSlli IS HERE Jt A larger and a better assorted stock than ever before seen in this city, and at prices lower than ever. Just think, Can furnish any height wheel preferred, the regular height, 42x52 inch, 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. St. Louts Pott Dispatch and Saturday Evening Post delivered at your door. 8ade Salama LaClede Hotel. Commercial-Appeal- , Upon investigation you will find these prices from $8 to $12 under moat nil other makes, and at the same time wc propose to give you n 9 light running wagon, made of bone-dr- y material throughout. first-clas- r J IS t ft Quartered Oak Davenport $25.00 Oak Bedsteads at 2.75 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 . Night riders attacked tho homo of Joshua Rees, an Independent farmer of Mason county, and Bhot out ono of tho windows and tho transom over tho door, Rees returned tho flro and tho band numbering about 20, took a hasty departure. Send the Courier to your friend" from home. FOR SALE CHEAP: cow, fresh first Nov.-son, routo 2. C. 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 jusOas good a wagon as the other fellow is now charging you at least ten dollars more for. Mr. S. L. Dodds, the proprietor, having his own timber and mills, is in pettier, to build wagons for much less than those who arc compelled to go on the open market for their supply of material. Being a large planter, Mr. Dodds uses a great number of wagons, and is in position to know just what style wagon suits the farmer best and is now having wheels made with extra thick tires, deeper felloes, larger hubs and all other parts ironed in proportion. if ; Good milk S. Patter- lp Co -- Men's fancy hoso ONLY Sullivan Bros. a pair. 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 are thoroughly familiar with the important points of wagon manufacture, and are using their every effort to put out a strictly first-clas- s wagon that will best suit the fanner. 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. We have a good stock of all size wagons on hand and will appreciate your business. Respectfully, M WE WOULD BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU FARM FOR SALE: 100 acres, 3 miles south of Hickman, on public road,' convenient to church and school good springs, plenty of tlmbor, somo improvements; mako a flno stock farm. A bargain If sold at onco. 2p B. F. DAVIS. Mrs. Llzzlo Taylor and son, of Oklahoma, nro visiting C. S. Pattorson and family near town. If there 1b a blue mark on your Courier dont fall to renew this month as all papers are discontinued at the expiration &t the itae. ?! f t t Hickman Furniture Co. INCORPORATED Next door to Post Office. ; HICKMAN WAGON CO. INCORPORATED h