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Ethel Leneve, Whose Trial Begins Once, Confidently Expected Doctor's Acquittal of Murder. Smoke! Durn You !! al ' , v Louli, Oct. 26 Tho Brotherhood ..ill way Trainmen on tho Missouri iflc railroad nro considering a ym Merm&kers, coppersmiths and black n.iths who are now on a strike on the are Missouri Pacific and Iron Jtoun .n systems. A atriko of thn Ilrothcrtiood of nail ay Trainmen would call out thou sands morn and probably would rcault n ft tloup of tho two systems. Tho jirotherhood of Hallway Train men will ballot on tho proposition Tuesday nlKht. Ilallota haTo been and they will bo sent to the larious local headquarters of tho or sanitation In tlmo for them to take i be vote. from Tuesday nlfiht representative the strikers' union will appear before the trainmen and protest Against the hauling of nonunion men between the Missouri Pacific shops at Chouteau and Kwlnc nvenues and union station The strikers say that there is noth Ing In ttio rport that there has been any troubla wllh the poliro They say that the action taken by other trades unions, protesting against police Interference, has refcrcner only to the glass blowers, who have been out on a strlko for seven months. pre-pare- j hetlc strike to aid tho machinists Suit Today... DO YOUR CLOTHES SATISFY IN YOU ? v' THE BEST J Docs 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? ' R A ROYAL TAILORED-TQ-ORDE- suit would help BRIBERY ARGUMENTSOPEN Accused Illinois Legislator Is Csllcd "Bathroom Doy" Alleged to Have Benefited by "Jackpot." Springfield. JU, Oct 25 Adenine, argument were made by the Sicca won county circuit court In tho case of Senator Staunton C Petnberton of Oakland and Itepresentatlve Joseph H. Clark of Vandalta, charged with con spiracy In tho awarding of a contract for now furniture for the Illinois legis you to make good. But Insist on having the best. London, Oct. 25. Following a con We keep your favorite brand of ciferenco with tbo prison authorities gars fresh and to your liking. Lord Chief Justice Alverstono deft Best selected line In Hickman. nltely fixed tho date for the hanging of Dr. Hawley H. Crlppen, convlctec OCE HARRIS. of the murder of his wife, Bello El more, for Tuesday, November 8. Crip attorneys already nro preparing for nn appeal to tho court of crlmlna appeals, although it Is admitted thai there is only tho slightest chance thai (his body will Interfere with tho deel slcn of tho lower court. Crlppen will be hanged in Benton vlllo prison should his appeal fall, ai la oxpeclcd, unless the homo secretarj Intervenes and recommends to tbt crows that he bo reprieved. She had MIbd Leneve Is prostrated. expected fully that Dr. Crlppen would be acquitted, thus necessitating hei fflHSfliiHS own releaso. When she received th word that Crlppen had been convicted and sentenced to death she fainted. and It was somo tlmo before the prison doctor could restore her to conscious ncss. Sho Is now apprehensive of thi Build tho levee. outcome of her own trial on a charge Bring tho railroad. of accessory after the fact, which will Get tho now boat line. begin at once. Toll tho world you have the the Climate, Health, Wealth RESERVE ARMY PLANNED and .Shipping Facilities. Get now factories and bring in new General Wood Would Supplement Reg- peoplo and make a CITY out a ular Fighting Force With 100,000 TOWN. Other Soldiers. pt.-n'- 1 TJUt 1 i 'SB'1 Hickmanites, Mi 'I i 1 t S H sssLa " if lature. Until his Indictment In the present case. Senator I'embcrton, who is a Re publican, hnd not been mentioned In tbo bribery investigation, but Clark hnd not bcea so fortunate. Clark was named as one of tho "bathroom boy." an appellation given those members of tho Icclslaturo who are alleged to havo visited Ilepresontatlvo "Hob Wilson of Chicago in tho Southern hotel at 8L Louis when the "Jackpot" is aid to have been distributed. For a ROYAL THANKSGIVING be ROYAL 'T 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 RECOGNIZE us as experts in taking measures for their High Class Tailoring- SHALL WE TAKE YOUR MEASURE? H THE HOME OF THE ROYAL TAILORS E. CURLIN STORE OF QUALITY H CALLED Wealthy of TO DOOR, SLAIN Mississippi Farmer, Victim Feud. Falls Dead In Wife's Arms. Shorlfra deputies and a posso of citizens arc searching tho surrounding country for assassins who called J. T. Itroadus, a wealthy planter, from his houso and saot hint dead. Brcadu was flrtd upon from bis poultry houso, 300 yards distant, and lie reeled and fell in tho gleam of a flashlight held by his wife In the door. Mrs Uroadus was not hurt. The murder Is said to bo tho out como of a feud. Uroadus ignored on earlier attempt by outsiders to attract hlra to tho door. When ho heard tho commotion in an outbuilding Jlroadus left tho house, armed with a shotgun. Dlloxl, Miss Oct 26. charlio I.lndlcy, who has been clerk on the Str Mongol Box Company for tho past eighteen months, hns a position In tho Loulsvillo of flc of Uio Mongol Box Co . nnd loft Tuesday for Loulsvlllo. Mr. Connoll. an old friend of Capt. F. M. Kyan'8. has taken Mr. Llndloy's placo on the biMt. Mr. Connoll's wife nnd daughter, who Uvo In IiOUlsvllU, "111 move her to resldo. The literary society of tho Hick man Col lego high school was reorganized for tho 101011 term several weeks ago. As there Is a larger num ber of pupils In tho high school Uita year tlinn usual, It Is hoped to bo tho host yoar of this society.. Tho program consists of helpful dobateo, humorous nnd Interesting selections, muBlc, nnd tho "Newsboy," a paper edited by a number of the pupils. Tho boys of Uio high school havo II. II. Brooks, of near Fulton, gave also organized a dobatlng society. to each of his four children last weok tir. nnn Thorn's somo clnss to a Boya Sample Ovecoats $7.50 valT'"IV" uos, $3.50. Sullivan Bros. dear old dad llko that. C S. Drivor brought to this office Saturday two earn of corn Which Is the best wo have seen thJs year. Tho two cars weighed throe pounds and on ono car there are 720 grains and on tho other 700. C. 11. Johnson, who grow this corn, says it will turn out 70 bushels to tho acre. - Tho Livingston Banner wants the Mayflold Messenger to play In thslr own yard. Tho Banner says: "Say, Bro. Jim Lemon, don't you think you will have a great big Job on hand to look nfter your own Jackasses In your district, and lot us wauop oursi- - 5,700 Samoans Hookworm Victims. Washington, Oct 25. Eighty-fivper cent of tho Inhabitants of Amere ican Samoa are suffering from tho hookworm disease according to the annual report of Captain F. rorkor, U. 8. N., retired, governor of the American Islands, Samoan group. Tbls Bienns that about 6,700 natives have 11m m9W9Wwf AN EXTRAS GOOD GRADE OF disease RUBBER G00D5 These boots come high per pair but cheaper per year. We 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 we have a complete line of BOYS KNEE BOOTS of same quality. We have all sizes, from boys Triplets for the Third Time. Cleveland, O., Oct 25. Too lato for the census, but earnestly doing her remarkablo share in Cleveland's growth, Mrs. William O. Clark became tho mother of her third set of Boya Samplo Suits, $5 values, $2.60 Sullivan Bros. N. N. Townsontl Is spending Uio woek In Hickman, Ky., with his parents. East l'rairio Englo. Mrs. Agues Orltnos, ago 78, died nt 3 to 6 to men's 6 to 11. tho homo of hor son, Lloyd Grimes, in Fulton Sunday. Sho had been sick for soveral weeks. Tho remains were interred in I'nducah. Ono good thing about Cadiz! No fool woman has yet had tho norvo to appear on tho steoU ot tho townj Rttlred In a hobblo skirt. Cadiz H. E. CURLIN STORE OF QUALITY I Washington, Oct. 2G. A reserve Mens Suits, $15 values, $8.50. Sularmy of from 90,000 to 110,000 men to supplement tho present fighting livan Bros. force of the regulars and militia is Leonard Wood, planned by MaJ.-Gcchief of staff, and other officers of Helping the Town. tho war collego. Every year thousands of soldiers In (he regular army are discharged, If you want to help Hickman, buy they have served their three years and again resume their pursuits in I everything you need in somo other private life. These men are highly place. Of course Its alright to go to trained. They were educated in mili- tho local merchant and exchange n tary work by the government, nnd it pair of rubber boots or an overcoat is that training tho war college offi- for a oizo smallor. Ho sella them at cers now want to take advantage of. Tho plan as proposed by General tho same prico, but that don't inako Wood and bis assistants provides that any difference. tho reservo force Join In tho annual If you want flour send off for all maneuvers of tho regular army and the militia. This would servo to of it. Don't give Chas. Travis the keep the discharged men In a state bill. It always sounds better to havo of fair efficiency. it to come fom a distance, even it it is inferior. If you havo a brick TO TRY POSTAL SAVINGS yard, send off for your brick. It niakos a man feel Important to ship One Postofflce In Each State and Ten In a fow car loads of brick, no difritory Designated for Trial ference if he should havo to pay Bank. more for them than Dodds asks you at tho home factories. Washington, Oct. 25. The postofflce department announced tho names, of If you havo a good' Job of printing 4b cltlte, one la each state and terribo sure and not givo it to tho Coutory, in which postal savings banks rier. Send it to a city press if It will bo given a trial. postofflces designated does cost you doublo what it would Somo of the by the board of trustees follow: Stutt- at homo. You of courso might give gart, Ark.; Pekln, 111.; Princeton, Ind.; your home printer tho small Jobs. It Decorah, la.; Mlddlesboro, Ky.; Car- will save trouble. thage, Mo.; Guyman, Ok., and Johnson City, Tenn. If. you want a hundred pounds of The list finally approved waa select sugar, a lot of coffee, a few rolls of ed after careful investigation by tho fenco wire, a barrel of molasses, a postal officials, with a view to making eiul clothes the final test of service as thorough ba"el ot M a 8uit ot as possible under the limited appro- off for them by all means, llickman priation of $100,000 provided by con- grocerymon aro only in business to gress, which includes all the expenses help with donations, etc. of equipment, including the engraving Ami then you can boast to tho and printing ot forms, certificates, neighbors that you buy your groceretc. clerical assistance, ies in tho city. It will cost you a littlo In freight and tlmo, but you will SHOOTS ALLEGED AFFINITY havo tho satisfaction of knowing that St. Joseph Man Fires Five Bullets your money will not bo squandered In building up Hickman. Into Body of His Wife's Supposed Admirer. If you want dry goods, send to tho St. Joseph, Mo., Oct 25. Waiting city. If you want a wagon, 6 not until after he had eaten his supper, buy it from tho Hickman Wagon Co.; William Davis, a railroad employe, you might help build up your town, aroso from tho table and walked into your merchants would get hold of tlw the sitting room, whero, without a money and the profit would go to word on either sldo, ho fired five shots at Mre. Davis alleged affinity, Wado build up your town, W. Coulter. Four of the shots took effect. As -- Sullivan Samplo Shirts half tho wounded man staggered out of tho door, Davis is said to havo followed him and to havo dealt htm a Mrs. Fope Horrlng has returned to terrific blow on the head with the butt Union City aftor a visit to hor daughof tho revolver. Coulter Is in a precarious condi ter, Mrs. T. T. Swayno. tion. Davis and his wife aro under Teacher Jimmlo, suppose you had arrest. ten apples and ten oranges, and gave s of thorn to somo other you have? cotton dealer of St. littlo boys, what would Mr. O'DonnolI, Jlmmio I'd havo my head oxanilnod. Loula, and sister, aro hero tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. T. Bondurant. At presont turkeys aro worth ISc a pound but tho prico will go to 16c Miss Mattlo B. Sullivan, ot May-fielHowever, the Thanksgiving. is here tho guest of hor broth- before low prices will prevail throughout ihe ers, Torrell and Orvls Sullivan. holiday season and will hardly go Bornlo Hughes, wife and littlo son over 17c at ..tho.. height of tho sonson. went to Mayflold Sunday. They were In tho Soutu uio tunccy crop is portod to bo 25 por cent greater than by Torrell and Orvis Sul j normal. Uvaa . i i H'iV i .7 HI f ' it c i lit i ? v nlno-tcnth- d, ! ' 'n i Rword. ,iMialil llir iiiumi'ii w.nsui'ajm : : H..t..'.l.11'l"l"l-'H""W"'H"4i"-'- " The Supreme Point Heard HHStX On the Streets e. ... a. i. .fc ... s .a. t. ..-- .!.- - Ellison Bros. I wish you could seo Harry's grocery window this week. "Dont It good!" "Looks good enough to oati" "That window would SIAKE look a man hungry!" Such expressions as theso I hear ovoy rdny. But Harry I Sometimes sure does know how to mako a window look tempting. think 111 make a picturo of that window so that you who dont come to town ofton can seo It. but pictures and bam dosariptlotiM only give n faint idea of how good It looks. So I'm Just going to nsk you to come down Uils week and look at It 1 beliovo you'll really enjoy coming to market occasionally. You'll find so many good things hero that you do not expect. You seo, It's impossible for mo to tell you in this space about everything wo have, 1 am trying to mako our show windows an Index to tho storo What you see there Is what wo havo to sell Inside tho storo. y And I'm constantly trying to bettor tho service of this storo in wny I can. Still wo will make mistakes, tho drivers, tho darks, and I too. But I don't balluvo anybody Is more anxious to correct u misgo YiroiiR In take than I am. So I'm going to ask you If anything our sorvleo wont you please loll me and let mo correct It? I wanted to talk to you this week about BELLE OF AVA FLOUR-I'OF AVA FLOUIL I'vo been soiling it almost a crank about BELI-about It yean and I'vo tried iloions of other kinds and droped thsin nil for DHLUS OF AVA. BECAUSE WK NKVHIl HAVE BELLE OF AVA RETURNED TO VS. And I don't know of any olhor Flour that this can bo said of. BELLE OF AVA mill ore, right in tho heart of tho Winter Wheat country where thoy onu always get good wheat Tho minors say they use ouly The Pick of the Wheat" And their uilltn know how to mako good flour. That's why DBLLH OK AVA FLOUR h AIRWAYS GOOD. You don't get one sack good ami nnothor sack bad, or indifferent hut EVERY SACK GOOD. I hollow so strongly In BHLLH OF AVA FLOUR that I'd llko to gel every family In Hlokman to try It w I'm uolng to innke this proposition to you who don't use It Itt mo wild you u sank of RHLLK OF AVA FLOUX mbko your biscuit from It arm, tw1c. three tlmec, or until you aro satisfied. Thou If you say 1IULLK OF AVA FLOUR doe Hot what's left ami what you have used wont satisfy you. I'll send and K cost you a cent This week wo got In PUFFKD RICK. I'UFFHD WHEAT. NEW MACARONI. FRESH MACKBRAU TAPIOCA OHUVTINK. KRKSIt CHHttSE. DUNHAM'S COCOANUT. C1IKIIH1H3. HAND PICKED IlliANS. JONATHAN nud BELLFLOWHR APPLBS. CELHRY ami UIUNIIHRRIU.S. Wo ore looking today for all the new CAKHH And CRAOKMItR from Nntlounl Biscuit Co.. and for APPLE mid PEACH I1UTTHR and PRESHRVB3, OLIVH8 and OLIVE OIL, MINCE MEAT and IMCKI.IJD ONIONS. Store Q ROLLED OATS on the uny. Ton fronts n puok.o and oaeb package weighs two ounces more than Quaker. I can recommend It as Just as good for I eat It ovary morning. Wo havo plenty of HGGS. ov-or- About Our Drugs is J. sr. Ezollo C. C. Is on tho sick list. Slon- - Their Reliability I Let us handle your next prescription and see how well we can fill it We make it our custom to supyly the purest drugs of highest quality at the most reasonable price. Graham loft for Fulton, day. Hickman Club. needs a "got together" BarFul- Puro hog lard 15c a pound. kett's. A. G. Hargrove was over from ton Tuesday. lko DoLoon, of Bayouvlllc, was hero Saturday on business. Sirs. J. II. Brown spent Sunday wit relatives at State Line, C. O. Schlcnker is Improving hia West Hickman proporty. , '!? Squire Tankereloy and wife, of wero horo Saturday. Dc-on- ra, K Helm & Ellison THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covers Western Xentocki LUetheVca" J. D. Leech, of the Luzello neighborhood, is reported very sick. y Our 20o coffee Is a lL Belterswortli & Prataer. world-beater-tr- Sirs. F. E. Coso is homo from a vis it with her daughters nt StLouls. SPEER & SEXTON, PUBLISHERS $1.00 LA Summed (AjI2DE;jN I J 1 Corman Hughes, of Union City, has accepted a position in Jones' Cafe. Subscription Rate, per year know Wher pal STeen roses nod and way. And flourishing on either td Are purple dale-I- n bright and There yellow lilac peep from out A crape-lea- a garden fair and wide John Ilasklns, an old Hickman boy, is hero from Oldtown, Ark., visiting friends. Weather: colder Thursday; colder. Birthday Feast. A number of relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pro vow enjoyed a nice birthday supper given by Sirs. Provow in honor of her husband's birthday, Wednesday night Those present wero J. M. Harkey and wife, P. M. Povow and family, Tom Provow and wife, Mrs. C E. Provow and daughter, W. A. Dodds, H. It Creoson, Reader Austin, It. W. "Williams and wife, II. L. Provow and wife. Threatening and much Friday, fair and ray. ter Sirs. J. C Ellison and children visited Sirs. Arthur Shaw at Stnto Line Tuesday. clutIrving Hourinc, returned to Louis f bright and ville Tuesday night after a ten days red. visit here. And saBron pink climb While other bloom beauty shed. A TJnria their Ivory HIbbs and Miss Ethel Talley, of Wator Valley, wore married at Fulton Tuesday. Lee Ellison. ipray of dark Wm. Vought, of Clayton. Is here blue eglantine hv an or this week buying and shipping hard (learning wood timber. chid biacK. It Is needless to say they all had a good time. An Attempted Tuesday morning Grime. tho little about 4 o'clock girl of F. F. Some dark gray Sir. and Sirs. Ben Herring, of Un en marigold twin ion City, Bpent Sunday with T. T. pure whit Where Swayno and family. IeaTe roee t tumble back; WANTED: Wood Cuttors at onco A bunch of rip cherries, green T2.C0 a cord and nice timber. C. too, row with a lot S. Patterson, Hickman. ltp of atlver grape. And pears and applea of weird hue Tho Infant child of II. L. King, of In a dozen varied ihapes. draw Ellison Bros. If you don t beliovo 'he Ht I,outs Fur. Co. sells stoves cheaper than anybody, go and seo. Horn, who lives one half mile north of Fulton, was awakened by tho noise of somo one around her bed. She thought it to be her father, who was sleeping In the samo room. Presently she felt hands on her face and she screamed, awakening her father who Jumped up, seized a gun, a negro Jumped over a chair, and got out of a window as he did w, Sir. Horn fired several shots at him, but presumably missed him. He at once aroused several of his neighbors and blood hounds were brought into play, but no success was xnado to capture tho brute. It Is sup posed he caught an outgoing freight and made his escape. Sir. Horn says that he wore no coat, but further ho could not describe him. It Is not known whether ho was attempting to commit crlmlnnl assault or whether he was attempting to steal or murder, but any way, had be been caught, he would have been handled roughly. And still the cotton leaves Hickman. As our merchants aro the principal losers, it might be well for them to get together on this proposition. Tho Hickman ginncrs and merchants , Just as well have a nigger in the (wpod-pll. as any other town o I think youll m Thl garden-W- altt Etrawberrle of a golden tint flourlih 'mongt theie thing that That Of wondrous hue and ihape and glint Thl garden U no hady spot Hedged by A wall of llrlng green, No neatly planned and bordered plot Where pleasant walk and nook are een. To view the wonder on display And find themselves from wonder dumb That auch thing see the light of day. Ah. no Tet 'tis wit necromance That work these changes, a to that Thl wild and weird and queer expanse I but ray lady's summer hat. WILBUR D. NE3BIT. be noar town, died Sunday. was only a few days okl. SI Us Tho baby OVERTHE HUMMING WIRES STOVES St. LouU Fur. Co. Ker do the scientist there come The Clock of Hint. was a novel clock they had She told m that her father Made parlor clock hi little fad And went to lot of bother To get each timepiece oddity. Just then with action shifty The novel clock struck "twenty-threePrecisely at It ", ten-nft- She looked at me; I looked at her; She truly wa beguiling. Again the clock began to whirr; I saw that she waa smiling. Of course, quite properly, I knew I should co at eleven A cuckoo popped out with "sklddool" At just r Upon the novel clock I gazed Her smile was bland but merry, Atop the clock waa deftly raised A bit of statuary. A drummer boy with drum on knee I tremble to repeat It. But It held forth the drum to me And then why, then I beat Itl Sirs. Efflo Hardy, wifo of Wm. Hardy, died at her home in West HickThe dogfish bays the moonflsh. too. man, last Saturday, at the age of 25 Classy. years. Sho "was the daughter of Elmo go Inman, and a consistent member of The little herrings like In school en frisky elves-SAnd nport about is survived serpents, though, observe no rules tho Baptist Church. She They're In a class all by themselves. uy a husband, father, mother, two brothers, and a number of friends to A Hard Worker. mourn her loss. Sho was loved and He didn't stop to grumble-- So buiy all the time. respected by all who know her. He quite forgot his troubled heart And said: "I'm feeling prime." sea-hor- Night on the Sea. Night on the sea la best of all. For then the starfish blink In view, whinnies In Its stall. The 5c in packages TO $5 CANDIES Just received, a big shipment of the famous "Undo" Levy, a well known West Hickman negro, lost his residence by firo Tuesday morning. This Is the first tlino tho fire whlstlo has been sounded hero for several months. Tho residence was located near tho baseball park. T. A. Holcombo was horo from Orocnvtllo, Miss., first of the week to seo bis mother, Sirs, C. A. Holcombo, who has been quite pick. Sirs. Holcombo 1b thought to bo much JACOBS' at above prices. Nothing better. "Made Last Night" for OCE HARRIS I Best coal oil only Barkett's. lOo a gallon at The Farmers Gin &. Oraln Co. Is running its gin night and day now, bo Bob Gonldor, the buyer. Informs us. Sirs. Daniel Martin, of Dccnjur, III., arrived in Hickman Thursday, and It looks like R is going to bo necis visiting her sister, Sirs. It. L. Brad- essary to twist tho lion's tall before ley. somo West Hickman property owners II. C. Barrott, C. S. Driver, H. C. built the walks ordered by the counHolm, Ward Luten and It. T. Tyler cil. Tho order hould bo enforced to spent a few days this week on Sir. the letter. Tyler's farm near No. 9 Lnko. Cbas. Rudder Iuib purchased tho Dr. Sirs. Slaggle Handle, D. B. Wilson J. S. Stafford proporty In West HickTenand Sirs. P. W. McKcel and sou, of man. Tho doctor will resldo In Slayfleld, went to Luzello, Tuesday to nessee, Wo understand, owing to his mix-uin tho courts hero on ohargo attend tho bedsldo of J. D. Leech. of bootlegging. Sirs. Hagan and daughter. Sirs. Ella The m ost phenomenal growth reHenderson havo returned from a visit corded by tho recent census Is that to Sylvester Hagan and family, at of Birmingham, Ala., whose populaSlounds, Ills., and relatives ltt fit. tion is given at 132,685, an increase Louis. since tho last census of 261.4 per cont All members of tho Baptist church Birmingham's population 10 years ago Twelve hundred and fifty banks In are requested to meet at the church was 38,415. vnrious parts of the United Utntes alnext Tuesday evening nt 7 o'clock. Sirs. Will Harding died at her homo ready havo made application to tho Business of importance to bo attend- In West Hickman, Saturday night af- postorflce department to bo designated to. ter sovcrul weeks illness. Both de ed depositories for savings funds, and Tho Embroidery Club will meet at ceased und her husband liad resided C48 postmasters hac tniide requests tho resldenco of Sirs. Harry Ellison In. Hickman for several years, but for tho establishment of postal savwith Sirs. Nannio Kingman Friday had only boon married about four ings banks in tholr offices. About 80 afternoon at 3 o'clock. All members mouths. Tho remains wero taken to per cont of tho applicants will bo dls- Graves county for burial. apiwlnted. Tho government Intonds aro Invited. mta" b,Ut, " or, lwo ,08,n, l"lk Tho balloon America II, which start- - J d The son of Jns. Wheel' "" "' , er and wife, died Tuesday night at ed from St Louis with nlno others,!,". imiuuim, possiuiy """""" central wnon a Oct. 17, In an endurance contest and uaj, their homo in tho Clayton neighborbank which can bo manipulated by hood, after a short Illness from mem- was thought to havo been lost, was Wall street comes Into oxlstonce, tho yesterday. It landed In heard from braneous croup. postal bank system may bo extended. tho wilderness of Quebec, Canada, Cowglll "Rogers is making arrange- Wednesday, 1,350 traveling after Sllddlesboro Is tho Kentucky town ments to begin work on a now resl- mllos, which ht a new world's rocord. selected by tho Postmaster Geuoral denco in tho Uogers Addition. This In which to try out tho now postal Tho business houso of John Shcdcd will bo tho first house to. go up In was burned to the ground at Bard- - savings bank law. Ouo town Is each the now addition. 48 states was selected for this well at 10 o'clock Friday night and G. B. Bond is hero from .Memphis tho stock of goods, valued at f4,t00 looking after tho new Bond Addition vow a total loss. Tho building was A largo number of Hlckmatiltes in West Hickman. Ho informs us tha. valued at f 1,500. Tho loss Is partho lots are selling right along. tially coveredo by $3000 Insurance went to Union City todaycon a spe cial train today to hear Sen. Bob Nothing succeeds like success. Tho origin of the firo is unknown. Taylor's address on tho "Issues of Biggest line of stoves in Hickman, "As Told in tho Hills" was played tho day." prices range from $3 to $25, both ut tho Lyric last Friday night. It Cool weuthor calls for stoves. Wo wood and coal, at the St. Louis Furwas a good show mid well attendedo. havo 100 different sizes und kinds In you from nishing Co. Wo can savo Slanagor J. T. Dillon's efforts to glvo stock; prices wny down. St. Louis 25 to BO per cent if you buy hero. tho peoplo of Hickman good shows at Furnishing Co. A few Individuals, by falling to pay popular prices should bo appreciated. their subscriptions promptly, can Your appreciation enn bo better show Sirs, Eda Rico and Sirs. P. P. Turncauso a year's delay- - in tho building by ypur patronage Ho has a number er, of Woodland, spent Wednesday of tho West Hickman levee Pay of good shows already booked for tho with Sits. S. K. Davidson. now and let this work bo started in season. Remember ho is making ev ery effort to ploaso YOU. Ilannon Shaw Is on tho sick list November. p four-year-ol- Llnnio Threlkeld, of Woodland Mills, visited her borther, Harry Threlkeld and wife, since! our last C A Perry's condition U'repotU'd The new republic of Portugal li a military Insurrec- about the samo. tlueatened with tion. Next Monday I Hallowo'tn. Load The McKlaloy Interurbsn system In Illinois Is to spend $1,000,000 in equip- up your gun with eoft soap. ment with electric and railroad block Sunday evening, Dr. O. M. ij stems Tho baseball championship of the ! tor iwtlned ft few couples at six world bolongs to the Philadelphia club J 'ctoalc dinner nt the LnCtedo Hotel, of tho American leaguo. They clinched! I AIM, .. . 4 -. iw.nn.Mw, tne nig pennant last in tho fifth Kame.i """ " ft " Im..M . " lllH...Mllld 7 runs to 2 tor tho Chicago Nationals. Tnn.. arrived In Hlokman yesterday Far from being critically III. as was to vtU her daughter. Sirs. W. A. reported, Sonntor S. B. Elklna of West Johnston. Vlrglnln, continues to mond so steadYeatordny, Oot. !C. was the anniily that tho family feels decidedly more encouraged than at any time yet versary of Pre. Tuffe visit to HlokJealousy I said to bavo prompted man. Tho old town was looking good Martin Robinson, a young farmer, to and entertaining nn enormous crowd. shoot and kill Miss Grnco Kllor. 17 years old, and to firo one shot at Wll- D. Owens, tho popular and good lard Southworth, who waa visiting looking local manager of tho Cumberner. Hoinnwortn ran and ltt Is not land Telephone Co., wont to Memphis known whnthcr or not ho was Injured. The thootlng ocourred at Slount Mo- - yesterday to nttond a blowout of tho big guns of tho company. reuclo, Ind. lll.-wk- J. TV Swceton, of Bolivar, Tenn.. was horo yesterday to meet Sir. Bond and look over tho now business subdivision In West Hickman. Ho will probably becomo a oltlzun of this place . Corman Hughes, of Union City, has nccepted a position with Jones' Cafo. Mr. Hughes has had 1C years experience In tho confectionery business, and it goes without saying that he win mako good. tHA9Hk4 44et4-4)44.44.44- . Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, 8pc. See samples. X' Jit Courier OfIce. JIWHm mm, p ,. , Just Received at JONES' CAFE JSL CHOICE 3L.IXKTE3 'CXF California Grapes, Pears, Oranges, Apples, Bananas, Celery, Oysters ' ALSO OUR FIRST SHIPMENT OF English Walnuts, Brazil Nuts, Pecans, Etc. LEST YOU Want R. F. D, Job. Tlioro wuro twelve applicant to take tho civil service examination )h-at th College last Thursday for Uio position of rural mall carrier to fill tho plnow of ISennelt L&ugforU, deceased. Tlio laamlnatlon was held by Postmaster Stephens, and the fol lowing took, tho examination: C. S. PAUcrson. 1910 Crop FRESH & FORGET-Jon- es' Home-mad- e Bread is the best in Big Tent Meeting. Hickman-ALWA- YS ; ' ' Short on Gars. A shortago of cars Is on of tho serious problems that our local grain and cotton doalera aro up against. It Is nuxt to ImiHMSlblo to got thotn wo nro told by Chas. Driver, Jno. Creed and othors. There seems to bo no reasonable explanation of why cars cutinot bo furnished. To say tho toast, it is causing tho local shipper to low.1 considerable r.oney. Com Sheds Burn. Threo big corn sheds Ht Shuck Switch was completely destroyed by fire Monday night Tho flanios woro discovered a few minutes after tho night train possetl, and It Is thought thny woro fired by sparks from tho engine. Candy Kid Gonfesses. East St. Louis, 111., Oct 25. A robber who robbed and slow people wantonly just for the fun of It, Is tho real Cindy bandit under arrest here, held to answer for a dozen highway robberies and four suspected murders. Including tho slaying of Dr.' W B. Mlchaelis in Chicago. He Is Leigh Hhodus, 27 years old. The other murders laid to his door are thoso of a policeman In Mollne, 111., a man In Rock Island, 111., and the fata! hootlng of a man noraci Pptler In St Louis two years ago. He confessed many of his crimes with an abandon that was startling, and seemed to revel In his crime. "This Is a neck stretcher for me," he told one ot tho police officers. Kills for Fun of It. That ho robbed and killed Just for tho fun of It Is apparent from an Interview with bis wife. She told a reporter that ho laughingly told her of his exploits after ho camo home. "This uan threw a cleaver at me, and that one tried to hit me with a billiard cue," he told her. Discussing the' murder ot Dr. Mlchaelis In Chicago, he said he was scared away before he could rob the body. He seemed to think it great fun to kill people. Rhodus served four years In the Jefferson City penitentiary. The police found four watches and aomo Jewelry on his person. Letters ard postal cards tended to show he had been In Rock Island and also Mq-lin- Big Land Deal. A big land deal was closed hero slnco our last Issue when Clay Hale, of Union City, purchased S. L. Dodds" farm of 425 acres, known ns tho Stahr place. It is ono of tho best forms In this section, well improved, in high Btate of cultivation1, and has about seven teen tennnt houses on It,. The pur chase price wa? $31,875, or $75 an aero. We aro Informed that Mr. Kalo will move to Hickman to reside. He Is ono of Obion county's best citizens and wo nro glad to welcome him to tho best, town on tho map. Dig Deal Soap, C Evangelist n. J. Williams, wlio held a very successful revival In Hickman last June, pitched his big tent near tho Y In West Hickman, Tuesday, and started another revival. Iowl tanxtord. C D. lloo. , Chas. A. Wilson. Oun Elgin. Will Caldwell. It. A. Crnddook. J. II. Jones. Harvey WUemnn. Leu I'nco. Lee Boat Aground. On account of navigating in a heavy fog, tho Leo Lino Steamer Stacker I.ii is aground near Tiptonvlllo, where she ran on a bar Saturday night on route from St Louis to Mom-phiJust what damage will bo can not be told at present; It is thought however that sbo will bo saved. All cargo has bean takon off and tho boat abandoned for tho present A high winter will bo the only means of getting bor off. Should this bo a long tlmo coming the 8toekor will probably bo lost This boat Is ono of tho best In the Lee ncrvlco and In ebargo of Capt Klannagan. Sorvlces are being held nt 2:30 and 7:00 p. m. Tho sheds woro valued at about We aro not sure, but bollovo ho 1600 and belonged to tho Woodland represents tho Baptist Church; but Grain Co. In ono of them Jesse Mc- that makes no difference. Ho preachNeil had COO bales of hay stored. es tho old tlmo religion .and that's Tills was burned, but ho has some in- What we need mostly at Hickman at surance. In another wcro 100 bushols present of seed wheat, owned by J. J. C. RoYou aro Invited to attend tho serper This will bo a total Iosh. vices. . a n" bars for 25c nt Jaa. Herby Ilrown. sir. Barkett's. Our readers and friends will confer information of arrival and departure of themselves or any other matter When of interest for publication. you are in town come In and tell us any iteai ot news that has happened la your neighborhood. We will be very glad to have It Paducah is to have Cite. a violent dlrsupllon; Its Iruthcr. word, cntacllim, a blR flood or atratlcraphlc cat-- strophe; cat ahaptlst scoffer at the rights and A Varlsty of a The Ladies' Home Journal i favor if they will send the Courier ceremony of baptism; kind of subway or subterranean rem m fry. Then comes and back to where we(aHod,' rat'arfiount or wild cat cal-aplasrat-arao- t, cat-npu- PATTERNS Great Enemies of Pete. Klvo.Rrcitt oncmlos of peace Inhabit up, namely, avnrtc. Ambition, envy anger and pride, but If those enemies Fivin lis Fulton Capitol crr banlahrd. we should njar per AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA pelual peace. I'etrach Circuit Court. Tlw Supremo Court of Tonnesseo It L. Parsley, petition Ex Parto. has decided that nny poron holding Mr. Parsloy wtshes to legally adopt fmhirnl llccnso U evidence that n child ho obtained from tho Mcmphli that rwion la engaged In th liquor Foundling Home. 114 saloons In taurines. Result: Memphis nro closed; 900 In ChattaAnnlo Lnoy vs. A. A. Paris. Suit nooga and 75 or 100 In Nahvllla, atl for division of land. of which hnvo boon running In,viola-tlo- n W. J. Hannon ot a! vs. Stovo. of tho law. Stahr ot nl. Suit for division of tho Kvon tho night riders of thin sco-tlo-n Iolk estate. nro progrwslvo. Tlicy havo Ksslo Smith vs Chas. II. Smith. changed up nml call the uncaiitMttoii tho United llrotherhood of Night Suit for dlvorco. Guards and their official stonogra-Ihfri- i W. A. Dodds vs. S. L. I)odds et al. arc writing tobacco growers 8ult to sottlo affairs of tho Hickman around Paducah to line up and pool Athlotlc Association. tl- ir 1910 crop. J. T. Little's Admr. vs. I. C. It. It. A K Puwltt and family havo mov-- i It. M. Dolow vs I O II It. o tho Phillip place In tho oust part of town, which Mr. Pewltt reIt. T. O. Copoland vs. I. cently purchased from Kelly Smith. TVila family come from near Crutch-Holabove thrco suits grow out of In Pulton count)' to take advan- a fire at Orutchfleld last year In tage of our schools. Clinton Gazette. which considerable proporty was de stroyed and which plaintiffs claim wa Tho poor, demented woman who caused by defendants engines. visited this city this summer, and D. U. Wilson vn .City of Hickman. who has wnndercd ovor this section woro f tho 8tnto for tho past two years, A number of Mr. Wilson's .mules Impounded by tho City Pound Mostor was arrested-I- n Cairo, this wosk, as and Mr. Wilson Is suing tho City In n vagrant Of courso, Cairo couldn't miss this opportunity. an offort to keep from paying the ibo and XSc Are on Sale from Stock at a dry dock. Miss Estello Rcneau is on tho sick My list this week.' River continues guage reads 9.8. to E. R. Ellison's t CASH STORE Any number or size not in stock when you want it, can be obtained for you in two or three clays. ::::::::::: A - Come and get a copy of the new STYLE BOOK FREE. a d Milner-McGe- hee, Rare Treat. d Mrs. Itoy McKlnnoy, of Padttonh, 'laughter of Mrs. A. A. Farts, will Tlho groom Is a son of Mr. and Dost yard wldo brown domostlc 7o n U. 1). C. chapter at Clinton, Mrs. W. 11. McGehec, of tho Cayce yard. llarkott's. Saturday. neighborhood, nn old and popular fam lly of this county,, and Is an ener getic and popular young man. foos. Clenn Erroll McQeheo, n popular young educator of tills county, and Miss Vivian Mllner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Y. A. Mllner, of near Crutch flold, woro united In marlago at tho homo of tho brldo last night, Kov. Wood, of Cayco. -- Thoroughbred LIVE STOCK SALE WAVERLY, TENN., Nov. 3rd, 10.10 Round Trip Tho brldo that Mr. McOcheo has won, Is tho possessor ot thoso ac complishments nnd talents to make hi in a good helpmate. Sho Is deserv edly popular In tho clrclo In which sho moves. After tho ceremony a rccoptlon was held In their honor, and tonight nt tho homo of tho groom"B parents a reception will bo hold at which a number of tlielr friends will bo Thoy will bo at homo at tho homo of tho groom's paronts, where ho will farm. Tho Courier extends congratula tlons. One Fare plus -- 25c for the OVER THI N. C. St. L. Railway Tho Schubert Symphony Club, ono of tho oldest and best known organizations of the kind in tho country, filled their ongagemont at tho Lyric last night, under tho auspices of tho Undies Aid Society of tho Methodist Church. Tho Schuberts consist of tho Schubert Lady Quartette, whoso overy number was pronounced excollont; T. V. Purcell, Instrumentalist of special notof and Miss Woathorlngton, inonologlst. This was attested by tho fact that overy number was encored, making tho progrnra Just twice Its orlginnl slzo. Miss Cordcr, first soprano, deserves special mention. Her solo, Aria from Itigoletta, was rendered with caso and grace In a most charming manner. Tho houso was well filled, and the Ladles Aid cleared $17.20 as their part of the proceeds. To say tho least, tho Schuborts aro always welcome to Hickman. St Louis and East St Louis police continued their investigation Into the record ot Lee Rhodus, 24 years old, recently married, who, when arrested he was the lit this city, admitted "Candy Kid" to whom a number of daring holdups of small stores in St Louis and on the East side have been charged. In addition to proclaiming himself the youthful robber who usually accompanied his pllferlngs from cash registers and tho pockets ot his victims with the "lifting" ot a box of sweetmeats, Rhodus told that ho had slain two men, but would give no details ot these graver crimes, further than saying ho had killed a man named Michaels in Chicago, and that his second victim was a Captain Por-to- r of northern Missouri. Rhodus was arrested at his home on Trendley avenue. Ho was at supper with his bride when surprised by his captors. Ho had been recognized by Joseph McElllgott, ono of his victims, who notified tho police. Rhodus mndo no resistance, simply announcing, "Well, I guest I'm caught this tlmo," as Detective Hess appeared on the back porch. "Out If I had my revolver you would not have got me." Bride Is Released. Rhodus' bride was taken to the police station with him; but after his confession she was released. When fcbo left the station her husband advised her to commit suicide, aa he was euro to be hanged for tho crimes with which he was charged. With an air that portrayed that she was evidently proud ot her husband's success as a highwayman, Mrs. Minnie Ithodua, wlfo ot the "Candy Kid" rob-boand a bride of three months, told a reporter how, after each holdup, her husband would tell her of his experience and give her part of his r, fall; Cairo T. T. Swayno was in Cairo on business Wednesday. S. D. Luten was In Union City on business Monday, Holland Mason has returned to his. homo In Mayfield after a few tfaya here. Mrs. L. P. Ellison has returned from a short visit to her daughter, Mrs. Louis KUpntrlck, in Memphis. Quito a number of Hlckmanltes went nutting Sunday. Tho pecan and hickory nut crojis aro reported aa good . un-usu- Mrs. Louis KllpatrJck returned to hor home in Momphls last week after a threo weeks visit with hor paronts, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ellison. Flint Sellars, of Mayfield, who has been hero but a fow days, had tho misfortuno to got tho foroflnger of his right hand cut off Tuesday in a clipper at tho Mengel factory. II. C. Helm, C. D. Travis, II. N. Cowsill, nov. H. J. Gelger, Dr. .J M. Hubbard, II. T. ITcale, Alex.' Nalfeh and others went to Moscow yesterday to attend a meeting of Royal Arch Masons. John Druer. of Clayton, was her. Tuesday enrouto to Dyersburg, whero ho will bo a witness In tho Rankli Marshall law suit, which was brought by Mrs. Rankin, whoso husband wts killed by nlghtrlders at Walnut Lou. i tt " cpolW. Tho caso of Jos. Wendllng, charged wltli tho murder of eight year old Almo Kellner, In Louisville last De cember has gono ovor till Nov. 21. Tho motion of "Wendllng's attorneys to transfer tho caso to the Federal court was dented. JDST K OUT ! I ., A Big Line of Local View Cards I 1 to arrive at Tickets on sale Nov. 2nd, and for trains scheduled Limited to Nov. 4th, 1910. Waverly before noon, Nov. 3rd. Tho Woman's Missionary Society Jno. Grafton, ago CO, of No. 8 IsMrs. Magglo Hall, ago 31. will convono at tho residence of Mrs. land, and of Missouri, wero married at tho G. C. Smith, Friday, Nov. 4th. It Is Court Houso, Saturday, by Judgo Nay also the occasion ot opening ot mlto boxos. lor. somi-annu- At OCE HARRIS' only 5 Don't fail to see them. ' bKmWS2 IWWf'"" t .A.... ttt "& W - iV " '. I .1 Levee Work Progressing. .A maas meeting was held at tho Lyric hist Thursday night for the of perfecting flual arrangements relative to tho building of tho new loveo around West Hickman, protect ing It from a periodical overflow of tho Mississippi. Macaroon Dessert, pur-1)03- 0 This Cartoon was Drawn by a twelve year old Louisiana Boy, and is a very clever piece of work. The mooting was well attended and an enthusiastic interest taken in its proceedings. Judge R, S. Murroll, who has worked faithfully for a month soliciting funds for this work, roported that he had succeeded In getting the necessary J10.000 on paper. Tho most important step in ho id ett lag was tho appointment of a local lovee board, which would bo authorized to go ahead with the plans to complete tho work in such a inan-no- r as the members deemed best. To fill this Important place C. P. Shumate, Col. C. L. Walker and Henry C. Helm were olected. Their first official act was to make a call for all money subscribed to tho levee fund. A notice was sent out Monday to each subscriber, requesting him to pay tho amount at onco. All thrco of the local banks woro designated as depositories for this fund, and the money may bo paid at either of them. -- . m) A mul lwy kick THE 1 Js at new arioei, but who want to be a inula? SH0EANDT -- ' I It Is well to state right on tho start that nothing can be dono until tills money Is collected. Tho board Is wise in making such a decision; they will not bo handicapped by uncertainties when they start tho work. I J. Jno. Klstner, BRADLEY & PARHAM Now In Operation. The hardwood plant of tho Richland Parish Lumber Co.. at Rayvlllo. Ii., constructed entirely of reinforced concrete and brick, and which required a year to build, has Just been placed in oporatlon with a capacity of 1,500,000 feot per month. I rw-nUo- to today quite a number of subscribers have responded to the call, and it is hoped that all will bo paid within another week. The quicker this is done, the quicker tho work will begin. Some who are In a position to pay have not coughed up "Up Goalder Johnson, $20. O. Ryan, $10. $10. propertite at whh time teudervd a banquet nnd he will be by jot. They shou'd do o today. The Mengel Box Co. puts up $G.0OO and tho Richmond & Bond Co. gives $1,0I0. Tlhls money is ready. If this lovee is to be built In tho year of our Lord 1910 overy man who has subscribed MUST pay at once, so that the board can go ahead with specifications, bids and letting of contract. An unreasonable or unnecessary delay may mean tho withdrawal of Col. Mengel's donation, 'because ho proposes to have a lercc around his factories before another high water. Ho is exactly right, too. But wo should be Interested Just as much as he in rushing the wwk. Tho hoard is anxious to get busy and all depends on prompt payment. The advantages to be derived from n Every business establishment In Hick man will receive a sharo of tho benefit Subscriptions: lvee in West Hickman aro obvious. Mengel Box Co., $6,000. Richmond & Bond Co., $1,050. W. A. Dodde, $100. E. R. Murrell, $200. $125. B. F. Gabby, $50. L. A. Donnell, $25. R. B. Roberts, $25. J. P. Leggate, $10. G. N. Helm, $40. W. C. Johnson, $225, J. A. Cotton, $40. Tom Dillon, St., $25. Chas. H&ckett, $20. W. F. Edmonds, $20. E. A. Hammonds, $20. H. E. Curlln, $55. W. B. Alien, $20. E. W. Adama, $25. J. Q. Adams, $15. Ellison Bros., $200. E. E. Reeves, $25. P. J. Freni, $20. C. B. Wright, $5. Henry Sanger, $250. Hickman Ind. Tel. Co., $10. S. A. Bassctt, $20. R. M. Isler, $10. Mrs. Josslo Dillon, $10. J. T. Stephens, $25. Hickman Concrete Co., $20. Walter McLtn, $10. Mrs. E. Cose, $15. Rudolph Closer, $5. F. L. Metheny. $10. O. B. Powell, $15. Luke Shaw, $10. FOmore Jenkins, $15. W. H. Provow, $30. W. M. Cason, $20. J. M. Harkey, $30. T. B. Hinshaw, $20. Clarence Bruer, $35. R, H. Kirk, $20. B. F. Mayers, $15. Marvin Fllppln, $10. Levy Calvert, $10. J. H. Haynes. $10. H. Hodges, $5. Bud Shaw, $10. Chas. Beckham, $10. Mrs. J. T. Fuller, $5. the commercial and Industrial osts of the town. Inter .More than 2000 Alaskan miners who have been at work In tho gold mino In Alaska for the past year aro now coming tq tho United Stats to upend the winter. C. C. Mongol & Bro.. of Louisville, Cypress Shingles. $1 a thousand at control tho concern, O. B. Delvco-chl- o Kirk Shingle Co. is gonera! managor, and W. L. mill. Vates Xorvell, operating managor. W. N. t Pollard, managor of the Mougulwood, A $60,000 bull dog has dlod In Kng-lanTonn., plant, Is nt Rayvlllo, for three There Is soino class to being weeks assisting In starting off the a $00,000 bull dog. machinery. J. A. Mooro, of tho Hickman plants, completed tho construction of tho Rayville plant, which was All prescriptions taken to Helm & begun by C. B. Blatchford, who re- Ellison's are filled by 'Clint" Ellison signed several months ago. nobody else. A macaroon, plain nnd unadorned. Is such u dullclous little cake that many housowlves will consider It useless labor to olubornto It further. Nevertheless. It serves as a foundation for or an addition to many dishes which for appropriate seem purtloularly summer dinners. In tho bands of tho tho tiiaonroou has been dresticd up beyond recognition. Soma of those little cukes aro flavored with chocolate and almond und decorated Others are on top with citron with almonds only and tilled wltl a combination of candled fruits. Still others have pink und white bonbons embedded In thorn or are decor- -' ttted on top with a orowu of yellow and white frosting, often In fancy Sometimes, too. maoaroous chiipd. are pressed togthor, with fancy colored Icings between thorn. Poundrd macaroon crumbs are a niosi delightful addition to a great many French deports, elthur sprinkled over the top or used as a thick-eiilnWith Instead of breadcrumbs. their orlsp. almond flavor ttisy are u distinct addition to a dessert Bavarian creams. Ice otild custard and many Ice cream dishes may be Improved by a sprinkling or pounded maoaroons. while tho popular lea croftm croquette Is made by rolling croquette shaped moulds of lee erostn In powdered macaroon erurabs until they uro thoroughly coated and aro exact reproduction of real croquettes. Iloro Is a dollctous tnaonroon dessert. Whip half a cupful uf cream till stiff and sweeten with three level gar. Flateaspoonfuls of powdered vor with a little vanilla and stir In six macaroons that have bsen broken Into This small pieces not powdered. will serve threo irtoBs. Pile It Into three shorbel glasses and decorate earh with three or four candled cherries. For another macaroon dessert take half a down msssrooos in Just barely enough cold milk to cover thsw. Prepare a pint of corn starch cwetard In n double boiler and add tho soaked maoaroons to It Stir It well to Insure smoothness and remove from the fire. Sprinkle the bottom of a pretty dish with half a cupful of sugar Pour the custard puddlsg Into It nod sprinkle another warn half cupful of sugar over the dessert Peel three large ripe and finely flavored peaohes and slice then, over all while the willing Is still hot. Other summer fruits may be used, but the peaches seem to be the best. Properly made this Is a delicious and refreshing sweet It should be thoroughly chilled in the rofrlgar-ato- r before serving. g aflfei Heard On the Streets i, II Kllllan. of Dirk. Mo. was Monday. Harry Millet was on tho Inst week. sik f , Corn nnd toniatoos three cans 3fa nt Ilarkctt's, Garth Luton wns In New Ins weok on business. Mbi Ann & Hammer brand soda ngos for 25c at Darkett's. 6 pa b Joo Hvcrly, of Ulrk, Mo., was Friday ami Saturday on business Tho nicest line of domestic and tu ported fruits you over saw at Jont n Mm. lien Nsrun has returned rtsll to rslnUvtM tn Trenton. Mm. C. U r T- - fcr wk Sehleukur rolurnt-- .a from a thivt months' vlur i former homo In liaton, Ohio MutUx. ngod 82, of Ohio nfct , Jok-- trtlMKas long lif rating ohIohs s1 u constat) s. i- sacking Mlm Itmh rktwurtls has rtun to Mayftohl after a throe weeks' m. to kw cousins, Mr. F. T. IUiw nnd Mlt .Mnbsl Wilson. Lucy Hayes, grunddaughtfr Mt JoffvnoH DsvR It is said, will m ry Gorgw It Young, son of the ! Ilarvwy Young. Tfc iwly opposition that Hon cm ;o Jam will tmt for CoHBfw from this district this com lug lrHuH win be C. U Homing of Boas, tho Socialist candidate. Business -- Directory AIK FOR RATES WOOOLAWN DAIRY. A. H. Lsct, Prop. Best of Milk and Butler delivered. Home Phono No. 27. McMURRY A. Attorneys Offlco st Law FLAT over Hickman Drug-- Cowpary Hickman, Uy. FOR THE VEOETARIAN. n DETTCR5WORTH A PRATHER Groceries One Thousand Selections STANDARD, CLASSIC AND Barkett, $10. A. S. Barkett. $10. C. B. Travis, $10. Moso TJ. POPULAR P. Upshaw, $10. F. M. Prorow, A. A. $25. $10. C. A. Holcombe, $100. J. Flotcher, J. Claywoll, Sheet Music Now on sale at W. L. McCutcheon estate, $20. & Son, $10. ' ' Mrs. E. C. Campbell, $5. i Geo. Meacbam, $10. F. S. Mooro, $20. J. W. Whlto Standard Oil Co., $20. II. C. Helm, $12.60. J; W. Roney, M. B. Shaw, $100. $20. In addition to tho amount subscribed above by property owners, the business men of tho town have contributed as follows: $50. Ellison Bros., $100. Smith & Amberg, $50. Bnltzer & Dodds D. O. Co., $00. Hickman Furnlturo Co., $25. Farmers Gin & Grain Co., $25. Tho Peoples Bank, $25. Bradley & Parham, $15. Chas. S. Driver, $25. Hickman Drug Co., $10. I Chas. II. Moore, $5. Hickman Bank, $50. Cowglll'a Drug Store, $15. Farmers & Merchants Bank, $50. A. A. ttttttttttW CASH STORE Ten Gents a Copy E. R. Ellison ft City Delivery; both phones No, Zt. Dessert. A pretty desert for a "Best of i;vc.-rMn-H dinner may bo made In the following manner: Cook rice In water without stirring and form It In circles HICKMAN .URNITUHE CO. oi fruit plate Fill In tho center with Funeral Directors and Embslmtrs. fresh strawberries and pour over all a Phono 20, night or day. ladleful of pineapple juice which has Hickman, Ky. been sweetened. Serve very cold s Diced HeeU. To cupful or cooked diced beets take h DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELO. cupful of bread crumbs. Place theto In alternate layers In a baking old stand. Phone No. 2. dish, arranging tho crumbs on top. Hickman, Ky. Then pour ovor them one-hal-f cupful of hot milk, to which has been added ono tablospoonfut of butter, one h of salt and of peppor. Hako 20 or 30 minutes. Vecotarian Pie. Take any ono of thn flaked, ready cooked breakfast foods 1 and mix with about, half tho quantity or ncn cream to form a moist paste With this lino a well greased plo -- ATpinto, molding It around tho edges as you would plo crust Pour In a fillBradley & ing of custard, cocoanut, cream, lemon, or apple, and bake as an ordinary plo. While tho tllllog Is cooking tho cereal Basket leaves every will bako out dry and crisp, becomTueiday afternoon ing firm enough to hold tho plo when cut Tho Indigestible qualities of an ordinary pie crust nro missing and n Best Work Lowot Prices delicious light pastry Is tho result A meringue should bo placed on top Instead of a crust three-fourthone-fourtone-olght- I J LAUNDRY J I Pata's f f Power" Over Faris, 4..4,.. TYLER w Illness Don't criticise your doctor because medicine prescribed by him fails to have the desired effect. The prescription may have been good, but the ingredients dispensed poor. Give the doctor a fair show by taking his prescriptions to a druggist who makes a point of dispensing only pure drugs of right potentcy drugs that have the power to overcome illness. Tested drugs only are used here, and skilled pharmacists do the compounding. You should have the' best procurable when combating sickness. Come and Get Complete Catalogue Free. Cowgili's Drug Store (Incorporated) Tho company has built a standard This is tho total list of subscripguogo railway through Its hardwood tions. holdings east of Rayvlllo, tho lino beWork should be pushod. Tho gen- ing known as the Richland Parish tlemen composing tho Board aro as Contral Railway, which will eventugood, hustling, capablo young men as ally bo extended and made u common Hickman affords. If you are Inter carrier. ested and you should be glvo them your hearty An electrically driven dorrlck, of steel construction on a concrete foun Best patent flour 70c a sack at dation to handle logs at tho mill runway, Is ono of the labor saving deBarkott's. vices. Tho mill, which, with tho railroad and other accessories, cost a Tho first frost of tho season In this half a million dollars, will quarter section mado its appearance Friday saw most of its hardwood, whllo som morning. Snow was reported from all material will bo cut for railroad con porta of Colorado Thursday. In tho sumption. mountain passes abovo Tolland, Col., Col. C. C. Mongol will go to Ray snow from eight to ten feot doep was reported and trains woro blocked. ' vlllo soon to inspect tho completed small boy roturned from the homo of his grandparents and was told that whllo ho was away tho Btork had brought him a llttlo baby brother. "Co In nnd seo him" said his uunt "I'd rnthor soo tho stork," ro- plled tho boy. A Make Your Mirror Bright To clean looking glasses tako off the dust then dip a spongo or clean cloth Into hot water, wring It dry and dip It into flomo spirits of wlno nnd rub well l over tbo glass. Now dust tho glass with l somo powdored bluo or whiting erush-oflno nnd slftod through muslin, wipe tho powder quickly off agnln, rub tho I; glass onco mom and then polish with n bit of silk or chamois leather. This ; I method takes very llttlo longor than when the glass Is cleaned In tho every t day way, and kocps clean much longer I and looks Infinitely nicer. ; d i,A. M. Attorncy-ot-Lo- I; 3' nnd Notnry Public Will practice in all Courts ;I ' of the State. ; rtioluiinu, 3CEy. ; The best flour In Hickman Excellence at Bettcrsworth Bulto's & Pra-tier's. Wo'ro not going to tell you any more to tnko off that btruw hat Housekeepers' Hands. If tho hands aro thoroughly greased with VRsellno boforo using dyes It will prevent tho stain ponotrntlng deeply Into tho skin. After washing clothos tho hands aro genorally dlsagreobly rough. If a little ollvo oil Is rubbed well Into the T ,.. skin nnd left for ton mlntitnn rubbod with a cut lomon nnd well wasnoa witn hot water and soap, the hands will bocomo smooth and white again. Four nlco Poland China 8ows with young plfls for salu. H. C. HELM. Office with Judge B. T. Davi l; ; IPriee House! MRS. I. D. PRICE Owner nnd Mnnner. I $1.00 Pox I3.y Regular meals will be served Special weekly rates. Her old patrons and friends are cordially invited to again make this their headquarters Frank Smith was on tho sick list several daj-- lat week. When la need ot fire Insurance. see Ascher Kennedy. X All tho Calico you want at H. N. Seat was hero from Crutch- - yard at Barkott's storo in West field Saturday. 5o a o sSBCTON FOLKS NOW LIVING In KuKon county will Print tell jou tlml more loonl now limn , A BLUE MARK HERE inrotlirwi?rn tuu rilon tt Kentucky I THE HieKMAN eOURIER Wagon up the Hill of Success. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. Crease the Rxlea of Your Wagon, no. KUKTUOJCT mean that your expi.ft b Kew promptly If ynu paper to ecfna wnnt the to job after thlt mo t ! : JE Ui i - Advertising Is the Team that Pulls the Commercial Old Man, and Let's Hitch I u ; . vnt.nur. OLDEST PAPER IN WUSTEBN ni uii HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCT. 27, 1910. ESTABLISHED IK tnnr.fvo. 2uas TIE 1 TEAR 18" at this question of clothes from any angle you choose; consider it from any point of LOOK or in any light. If you're willing to be convinced to your own good; if you can iay aside any prejudices you may have; if you can see the importance of quality and the impossibil- s rty or getting quality witnouc paying uic price of it; in other words, if you will take a candid view of the subject, we can satisfy you that the best thing for you is to come to this store and ask for -- it " Hart Schaffner & Marx cltfthes to-be i. ' - J.'M told the superiYou dont need fabrics in clothes; that's a ority of fact that no man of any sense would thftk Do y6u know any other of disputing. clothes except Hart Schaffner & Marx that are always absolutely There may be others; but do you know what they are? The question of quality is answered by the name Hart Schaffner & Marx; it's the only name you know in clothes that so perfectly answers that quesall-wo- ol all-woo- Ml ! l? tion: As to style, tailoring and fit er ou will not find any equal to' Hart Schaffner & model Marx line. The new Shape-makis the newest, best idea in clothes-makin- g that has been produced in many years; it's If you wear it new; a real shape-makeyou'll find yourself standing up straighter, breathing deeper, walking better. You'll look and feel better than you ever have; all because of the way your clothes are made. Better not be skeptical about it; come and let us show you. r. f fi Suits $20 to $25 w Overcoats $18 to $25 i.T. l2&& aBTiuiimmiaMi ub- i4pKivascznM .. - ) A Copyrfcht Hart Schilf ner & Mwx wrll be SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Y- ou GREAT VALUES IN MEDIUM PRICED better than $15 and $18, much overcoat we can show you at $10 these are the popular pnees, and WUetcct you see elsewhere. We realize sell at these pnees. we get the very be8t in the market to "hat BRING YOUR BOYS TO US FOR CLOTHES A specialty here is the line of " PERFECTION " clothes, made of cheviots and Scotch tweeds, fabrics chosen for service. For the large boys, 7 to 17 years, we show the newest cuts in Knickerbockers at $2.50 to Sailor models at $8.50 a suit. For the small boys, 3 to 6 years, we have the Russian and $2.50 to $6.00. A full line of Overcoats in all ages. Wmfflm Smith & Amberg i .!: TV "MAKES-UFE'SWALREAS- TRADE-MARK- . -- r., j: Death at Bayouville. Last Correspondence: Friday Uio death angel visited the homo of Mrs. Myrtle Peavlor and claimed for Its own, her huabandl Gabe. Ho was sick only a few days and while overy thing that loving hands could minister was done, tho Ono who "dooth all things woll," took him to that brlghtor kingdom whoro his suffering is o'er. Ho was burled at Sugar Tree Ilidgo cemetery bosldo his father, whho proceeded him In death several yoars ago. Bayouvfilb Mens Suits, livan Bros. ?1G J ML' The Daylight Stores,1 You Must Look 7 Vt mmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamwmmmmmmmmmammmmMmm at Yourself Jk In the Clothes before our mirror. Otherwise we do not want you to wear the clothes awny, or even say, I'll take them. partial canvass of tho bum , ou Clinton street was u,A Friday by a Courier rvprommtatiw. the purjHwo of ascertaining wlui or uot It was itotslblu to git eu..i, llghU subscribed to justify tho i, man lco & Coal Co. furnishtig day current dulng Uio short, u days of tho Inter months. Hiiku t Is not only tho largest town m d Ututo having no day current, but unfortunately situated u that tins tbo darkest luminous bouea 'ii A hotts . , ,4 values, $8.50. Sul- Practical Fashions SOYS' ONE-PIECE mk ill JF? LK YOU MUST BE SATISFIED This is the rule of the store. The "drape" of the coat, the curve of the sleeves, the "hug" of the collar, the "set" of the trousers must be approved by you. And we say in closing that no other clothes in the market will satisfy you in these particulars as well as the INTERNATIONAL SMART CLOTHES. average shoppvr will bo glad to kr that thoy can hereafter dliUngui pink from gmm ou dark days wti making purchases. Tho day current Is almost a Those taking lights aru Percy Jono Cafe. Bradley &. Parbauu Ilerendes &. Itcmloy, jvpol room , RUSSIAN SUIT. I wkM I II I IS iffI f m 12 eB't H lLfcVi Sa. IB liudwdalo's Barber Bliop. Our Hat and Men's Furnishing Department are Stocked with the latest creations H PB taaaw'af W tf the season, and invite your attention . MILLET & ALEXANDER Men's Head-to-Foot Outfitters. 1 1 N&wley Elected cMemhers Hickman Pari Patters Na 3319, All Seams Allowed. The llttls Russian suit has JofigTieen by far the mot popular of all the fashions Invented for little e boys, and the Idea, whlcl la so evident In the clothing of women, has made Its way even into this pretty garment. We Illustrate one made on these new lines. The Jacket portion Is made with a square neck and is sufficiently cut out to make It easy to slip on over the bead. There Is no seam where the small sleeve is Joined on, and there is absolutely so ornament in the way of plaits or tucks ob the garment Small knickerbockers are provided with the suit and they are made as Is usual for small boys, without any fly. This suit may be made of galatea, kindergarten cloth, rep, linen, chambray or gingham. The pattern Is la 3 sizes 3,3 and four years. Size 8 years require V& yards of material 36 Inches wide. To procur tats pattern end 10 casta to "Patttrn Department." of this paper. 'Write aasie and addreea plainly, and be are to aire sUe and number of patters. oae-plec- Leee Board IPJ'LbbbbbbbbbPbbHLLLH lHaaaaBH93wPMBRf ItLaHaV ' aaaaSaV'iMi aaaSEal bbbbbbbbbbbV' Klllaou Bros. II. H. Curlln. Tho PiHplos Bank. . Ulokumn Plumbltu; Tlnnlns Co L. T. Jackson Barber Shop. Allen's Barber Simp. WrUiht A Hamby loo Room. 0. O. Sohlenkcr. Sheriff Uoalder Johnson. HlakmaR Bank. Dr. L. P. Haltxor. Hlokman Ilarnoss Co. Hickman Furniture Co. Lodford & Randle. Million's Cash Storo. Rloe's Shoo Store. Hickman Drug Co. Kirk & Rogers Grocery. Andy's Restaurant. Bcrotidf Book Storo. MIIImd's Drug Storo. Helm MIHet f Alexander. It. M. lsler. Hxptt'ss off lco. Dr. B. M. Crutebfleld. UCMo Hotel. Ilkkman Courier St. luuls Furnlsblng Co. -- Sfct A M ,ri SBBBBBt. " tB' LbbbbbbbW awH ' Wr HL "f a nffl - )F, W jaflRQaf F HaH' aB JIbbbbbbbbbI Final Settlement. iJHk sasflnft. Jttf mnt ,JgB 7? i bbbbbbbbWc daHB VLBaHaw tOSalaW iJl mr L. M 'SUE .H Lbbbbbbbbi leaHaaW BBHE&y-''-- jLBS ,, BiK 'bb J k. jSBbI f sJoflBaW s3SjBi BBBBBBTBBBBBBBBBBWiL BJBHhBW Lbbbbbbbbbbbb? bbbbV Lbbbbbbbbbbbb! 0 rf0 AH partfa having c Wilms agalnt 'ho tatt of T. J. Johnson, dccMd. are horoby notified to file same with bji itiuIixh1' by or before Jan. 1st, 1911, or b fororor bnrrody J. R. A.NDKK SON. Adwr. . prowly proven Qn law, BBHbSPmbbbbbLLbbbbbbbbbV i LbbbbbbbbBbV wtnBBSt bbbLbbbbV. t iLHftjv IHOi bt ? h LHU Cabin Wauon, whllo on hi BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMBBBBBBaBBBBBBBlBl HBH way to school in Fulton, Monday, ajBJHHHHHHHHHHHHBr Col. C. L. Walker. A 'iiliHBBBBBMiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa 1eeeBBsaBBeaBajaJfajBjBjBjBjBjBBBjBjBBjp 74 O WVIM C. P. Shumate. H. C Helm. NAUB......... STREET AND NO. STATE ............. iTjWflteeMeieeetite Roosevelt Will Run. Roads and Population, So certain Is It that Theo. Roosevelt definitely has decided o contest with President Taft for tho PresidenRather Personal. The callow youth blow a series of tial nomination in 1912, it can bo said rlags from his Egyptian cigarette and on excellent authority ' that ho has drawled: oven discussed tho matter of dele "Pa, Governor Hadley says everyone gates to the national convention with should keep a cow. Why don't you Republicans who have visited him at keep one?" Sagamore Hill. To ono politician The old man frowned. "As long as you are around it Is as Mr. Itoosevelt is said to havo mado auch as I can do to keep a calf," re- this statement: sponded the siro without looking up. "Taft probably will got tho Ohio delegation and everything East, with A Reminder. Qucrlerly -- Did you tnjoy your voyage around Cape Horn? Lukbacher No; It reminded me too such of one of my boyhood days. Querierly One of your boyhood days? Lukbacher Yes, the day when . I asaoked my first dgar. Mons overcoats Sullivan Bros. 312.G0 value, S7.&0. Progressive Citizens, In fact overyono theso days, seeks to save timo and tho telephone la tho greatest tlmesaver' that has ever been invented. It is Instantaneous. You can Bond and recelvo your message at tho same timo. It brings dis tant cities and towns within your reach almost Instantly. It connects you locally with overyono of promt-noncIf you havo not a telephono of tho Cumberland Telephono & Telegraph Company, call our manager Immediately for rates and information. If you uso the Bell service you aro In tho center of the entire Bell eyB-teconnecting with over flvo million telephones and every lraporatnt dty and town In tho United States. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company, Incorporated. ad o. Boys Samplo Ovocoata J3.G0. Sullivan Bros. S7.C0 Mrs. J. A. Moore, who has boon vis show a gain In population during tho King HIekmau njlaUvun and friends, on yoars uro tho one whlah havo good roads. Tho KanBiis City Star leaven today for luyvllle, Im. oltei tho cam! of nlno counties whore tho mili-agof improved roads ox Woop and you're called a baby, .ceoos ioo milea. in- - all of theao and you'ro called a fool, counties tho aggregate lnarono of Yield nnd you'ro called a coward, population was 93.CC7. Tho counties Stand and you'ro called a muloj in which 8t Louis and Kansas City 8mllo and they'll call you silly, aio looatcd are included, but only Frown and they onll you gruff, tho country districts are takon note tho exception of New York and Now acres fine cotton land, 3 miles west of Put on a front llko a millionaire Hampshire. I should be able to conof. In four other counties whero sys And como guy calls your bluff, . Hickman. 7 houses, good fences, goodjwells, tematic efforts have been mado to trol tho ontlro New Hampshire delewith brick, 1 good cistern, good hay shed Improvo the roads tho increase In gation and more than half of Now curbed population uggrogaUnl 19.1CG. In nil votea. PracticalYork'a seventy-eigh- t and fine field of alfalfa cut four crops first year. ly tho solid Southwest will support tho other counties of tho stato, where mo, whllo tho real fighting ground tho Land adjoining selling for roads aro tho. rule, the to population showy n decrease. will bo south of tho Mason and Dix The per acre. on lino." sauio results show In Toxas, declares tho Fort Worth Record. In tho coun Two leading progressives mado tho ty In which Fort Worth la, thoro Is prediction that Mr. Roosevelt would TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER tho best Bystom of publlo roads lit announce his candidacy for tho Presidency within tho next ninety days. Toxas, nnd Fort Worth shown hi greatest percentage of gain In popu latlon of ony city In Toxas. TIhtc Mens and Boys Sample Hats at half is no wasto or extravaganco in road price. Sullivan Bros. building. It. on tho contrary, brings quick and decisive returns upon ov For Human Nature Is Weak. ory outlay of monoy which Is Intelli "It Is a sin to steal a pin." says an gently oxpondod. Fulton county may old nursery rhyme But don't test a profit from a Btudy of results in Mis- When They Made Oood." man too far by leaving an umbrella JUDGE WI8E. Be Cheerful. souri and Texas, as In ovory other George Washlugtou was commsn around in plain slgb. Always bo cheerful, becauso it proder-ibtato whero chief of the army at the nge of mo tea Vie health by exhllaratlug has beon tho Business Philosopher. 3; Cromwell entered upon hi re- physical functions, by stimulating tho dovolopcd. markable career at 29; Napoleon con process of respiration, by oxygcnlslng quered Italy before he as 30; Glnd tbo blood, "Blind man's buff is a Jolly game," stone was a member of parliament ot by causing by improving nutrition, and Tho noxt regular election takes says tho Judgo, "oxcopt when you Don't Blame the Hen the mind to feel coulldont 23; Macauiay began his literary ca placo Tuesday, Nov. 8. That Is not Play It in a drug storo. You aro' reer at 20: Colurabu started out on of success. Charges your mind with feelings of happiness, success, Joy far off, but so far little Interest Is shown oxacUy what you hla voyage of discovery at 36; Fred or want at tho When you get Bad Eggs for they and cheer. Ilemomber that tbo path-wa- manifested. An appellate Judgo nnd Hickman Drug Co." ick the Great began ihe Thirty Yearn of tho soul is not a steady ascent, a congressman nro to bo war at the ngo of 30, and Blaekntor.. Were Good when sho laid them elected in but a hilly and broken one; and do this had finished his "CoiiiLK-nlarlesbedistrict. uot become pessimistic, for tho pessifore ho m as 35 - Ucriip fiook. You can Examine Insurance At Cairo, 111., whoro Fred Ottorson. mist poisons his vory blood and darkCompanies and you can Canof Paducah, was killed tho night of ens tho horizon of tho suu of Joy. Lawrcnco Johnson died at hla homo Oct. 8, a reward of $4400 has dle Eggs, but after all isn't Mrs. J. R. Ford, of Cairo, visited Health Rocord, London, England. boon ofthroo miles Bouth of Wlngo, Friday, fered for his slayer, it best to demand the kind her parents, p. Hertwcclc and wife, James White, 14, 1010, from tho effects of get- a Baloonkeopor, of insurance that you know first of tho woek. . accused of tho crime Butte's Excellence Is tho namo of Oct. ting his log brokt.i by hla wagon run- has disappeared. Ho Is is good all of the time ? our new, high grade flour, guaranteed bollovocd to ning over it on Monday, Oct. 10. Mr. bo hiding In Southwestern Kentucky, Remember we bavq moved tempo- to be the best la Hickman. Your Johnson was 43 years old and loft a Whlto is CO yoars rarily into tho Barrv bulldlni:. Hick- - money baek if sot satisfied. Bottors-v:ort- wlfo and six boys, Uio oldest bolng OS high. Wolcha old, 5 foot 10 Inch- 140 nnlinrla an1 hnd I man Plumbing St Tinning. ft Pratber, 17 and the youngest 4 years old. dark hair mingled with gray. BOTTOM FARM to ontch the dollvory wagon of J. T. Suibbloflotd's grooory and made a mis-stegvUlng entangled In th whocl of tho wagon, and got bis right leg broken Just bolow tho betide othor minor The driver of tho wagon says ho did not know tbo boy wns getting on Uio wagon awl therefore did' not roako any f fort to top tho wagon until, ho hard tho orlea of Uio boy. kn, brut. According lo reoant eansus figures, Uie counties In Missouri vbloh whlah JEoar Simile LONG TIME 5 Per Cent Interest 3 e , 250 $75 $100 old-tlm- u W. A. DODDS n road-buildin- g -- it .. t , y " Soils liat' Kind R. T. TYLER B county wilt in Kultontlint wo print tell you more locil new; lliiui nyotWjxwHTln this Vcitoii of Keutucky I FOLKS MOW LIVING THE HieKMAN COURIER. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. Crease the Rxles of Your Wagon, NO.au KKNTUOKT SECTION A BLUE MARK HEF.E means Itenow promptly if yin want the papnr to coma to yon nfter thin moo tli that your hftn expired Advertising is tho Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success. Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE NO. OLDEST PAPKB IN WESTERN volume m - HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCT. "Ilnvo It your own way havo II your own wnyl" alio cackled. T'oll ou what I'll do-- lf I enn't expose thnt trick In ten minutes I'll mako you n present of a hundred guv-Toa- 27, 1910. ESTABLISHED IN THE 2038 18BO TEAR 'I V a I plalued sinuke tujSlvty ut lint day before. It was on tho end of Lis iouguo forcibly thnt tho men wero not what to cry out to his unseen patrou, to urgo ho had thought tbcm to be. They were him to leave tho witch to her deviltry an evil looking lot, more Ilko tbo strlk and como along home, wbeu tho old era bo bad seen In tbo town earlier in woman herself appeared In the door- tho day. Even ns ho was turning the new thought over In his mind ono of way alone. Kho took him up Ilko a flush, n fact tbem stepped out of tho little knot She sat down upou tbo doorstep, which atnrtlod and dlneoncorted him without n word of warning, lifted pulling away at n long pipe, her hood- and, arm not a little. Her very eugenics aubis and flred point blank nt the ed face almost Invisible from tho disgured III for bis proposition. Uttlo Englishman. A pistol ball whizzed With a low, mocking Iww the ahrlv-cle- d tance which ho resolutely held. Sbo closo by his bead. Ills horso leaped ling atood nsldo and motioned wns no inoro thnn a black, Inanimate to tho sido of tho road In terror, alfor him to precede lier luto tho hovel. henp of rags piled against tho door most unseating him. "A hundred gnvvos Is a fortunu uot jamb. fighting blood In his Hut Hobbs Hobbs let out a shout. Tho old wo- veins. What badmoro to tho point, ho easily to be won," nnld the old dntne. Is "How can I bo uro that you will pay man arose and hobbled toward him, had n Mauser revolver In his pocket leaning UHu a great cane, mo if you losot" He jerked It out and, despite n second "Wbe-wborcMr. Klngr called out shot from tbo picket, prepared to ride By GEORGE DARR "It is In my pocket, madam If I Hobbs. aown upon tno party. An tnstnnt later don't pay. you may Instruct your exHer arm wns raised, a bony Auger Ittlf n dozen revolvers wero blazing cellent grandsAu to crack mo over tho MWCHEON head Ho looks as though he'd do It pointing to tho treetopi above her away nt him. Hobbs turned nt once nnd rodo In tho opposlto direction. for a good deal less money, I'll say hovol. bjr G.rft Birr "He's gone. Didn't you seo Mm? whirling to Are twlco nt the unfriendly CprriM. T that for hlin." X MeCutckton wont off nmoug...tho trectops. You group, Soon ho wns out of range. , "He la honest as honest as his Ho .... .. ...... I !,. tHJ. Vr B.J4, Mud grandmother." cried tho old woman. won i seo linn ngnm. nuu nnui-- n Tho only thing left for him to do wns moment nnd then wont on lu most to rldo nt oneo to tho city nnd give She bestowed a toothless grin upon you caro to tho alarm. him. "Now. what la it you want to Ingratiating tones: "Would omo luto my bouse? 1 cnu show you Suddenly bla horse awervcU and lor the rood ho took, iou ' leaped furiously out of stride, stum "I wnnt to go through that kitchen, lie Indulged In Ions upoll of Hut Mr. Hobbs, bis balr on end. had bllng, but recovering himself almost Inthouuhlfulues. "No, by George, I'll Just to satisfy myself vf one or two dropped tbo rein of King's horso nnd stantaneously. In tho samo second he not turn tall nt ttio first sign of dan- thing." King was looking hard at was putting boot to Jils own beast, beard tho sharp crack of n firearm far ger I'll stay litre aiul mitt Dan clows tho crack In the kitchen door. Sud- whirling frantically Info tho path that down tho unbroken ravlno to his (on In unraveling this matter. ABd I'll denly he started as If shot. ted away from tho hated, damned spot. came, this time from the Tbo staring, burning oyo waa again Down the road he crashed, pursued by A second shot nt hand. His horso wns up to that witch's Mo before I'm right nnd close a day older to bum it out with Urr. looking straight at him from tho jag- witches whoso persistence put to abamo ataggcrlng, awnylng; then down be Ill rind out where tho smoke eauio ged crack In tbo' door! tho efforts of thoso famed ladlea of swinging clear barely timer ho shouted, Tarn o Shnntor In tho long ago. If ho crashed. toHobbs being pinioned to the frm. unit Pll know where ttoat eye "Ill get you this In cscapo room two eager leaps. bad looked over bis shoulder ho might In tlmo went to," He sighed witliotit knowing crossing tho ground. A stream of blood wns pourIt "Ily Jove. I'd like to do soHMitilHg Tho door In his violent clutch awuug havo discovered that ho was followed ing from tho side of tho poor beast. to show her I'm not tha blooming open with a bang. by a riderless horse, nothing more. Aghast at this unheard of wantonness, Tho owner of that mocking, phanduffer sho think I am." Put a riderlesH horse Is a growsome tho little interpreter knew not which gonot tom eyo was Me could not And llamn DaNglo thing sometime. wny to turn, but stood thero dased unLlko a frantic doff, Truxton dashed that night nor early tha next day. til n third shot brought him to his CnAITElt IX. Uohba, after llng stigmatised a the about tbo little kitchen, looking In mniM Tho hnllet kicked no tho dust DtSArrEAJlAXCXa. BTOASOE only IlrltUh coward In the world, every corner, every crack, for signs of near his feet. He scrambled for tho UT Hobbs baited bla mad flight heavy underbrush nt tho roadsldo and i hanged hi mind and nude ready to tbo thing ho chased. Tho old woman to return to the Ho decided was standing In Mm inMdlo of tbo accompany Klojr to tbu novel In (Jan-loodarted off Into tho roadside, his revolvhut. His friend might bo in er In his band, his heart palpitating outer room, grinning at him with gen gap, desnerntc need of aid. Ily noon tho streets In the vicinity of ulno malovolonce. like mad. Tlmo nnd ngaln ns ho fled Then, with his heart In his mouth, he through the dark thickets ho heard tbo "Ha, bar alio croaked. "You fool! the plaza were (Med with ttraugn, began to rctraco his steps, walkI rough looking men.uiwloirtaWj Utorers. You fool Search! Smell him outl All alowly hoarse shouts of men In the distance. ing wbero ho had galloped n moment the good It will do you! Ha. ha!" "Who are tbcyr demanded King. At 10 o'clock tho next morning Colo-By gad, I will get at the bottom of before. A turn In tho road caused him nel Qulnnox nnd a company of soldiers, There's a atrlke on among th men thtsr shouted Truxton. stubborn rage to draw rein sharply. A huudrcd yards riding up from tho city gates toward bulkllng the railroad." aatd Hobbs. possessing him. "There's aome ouo ahead flvo or six men were struggling tho north In rcsponso to a call for They'd better look out for these aald King, very soberly. "I bore, and I know It. I'm sot such a with n riderless bny horse. help from honest herders who reported that? "Ily Jovo!" ejaculated Hobbs. "It's attneks nnd robberies of nn alarming don't ilko the appearance of 'em. Tboy fool as to believe 8ayl What's scraphis horse!" Tho ceJllngl Ily tbo eternal, that look Ilko cutthroats." nature, camoupon tho atlff. footsore, rtr . .. , 't sni"k '! wbcro ray word or It, air. they are. ing nolso cxplalna ltl There's celling! thorn scratched Mr. Hobbs not far Take ls-- In tbo tho secret trapdoor from the walls of tho town. Tho coloThey're tho riffraff of all Ilurope." arm's reach, at thatl Watch nel was not loss In grasping tbo sub"I hope Ilaroii Dangloss knotva how Within womanl" me, old stance of Hobbs' revelations. Ho rode to tiasdle them?" In some anxiety. The hag waa atandlng In tbo kitchen off nt onco for tho witch's hovel, sendIn duo time they rodo into the asm ing Hobbs with a small, Instructed esOanlook rap and up door now. still grinning evilly. She Ut solitudes of cort to tho castle, where Daren Dan-gloto tho wltcb'a glen. Hero Mr. Hobbs watehed tbo eager young man pound was In consultation with Mr. Tul-H- s balked, lie refused to odreuturo far upon the low ceiling with a three legMfefc, nnd certain ministers. lo tber than the mouth of tho atony m ged stool that bo had solxetl from tbo floor. Tho city was peaceful enough, much vine. Truxton approached tho hovel Ho waa pounding vigorously on tho to tho surprlso of Hobbs. No dlsturb-nnc- o alone, without tho llUts.t treplU the had been reported, said the. tion. Tho room herd grandson waa roughly boarded celling when guardsmen who rodo beside him. TJp driving a flock of geeso across tha sharp voice of tbo old woman, raised In tho hills there hod been some depregreen bowl below the caWn. Tho In command, caused him to lower the dations, but that was nil. to him. ami a mo stool and turn upon her with gleaming, American called out triumphant eyes. Tbo look ho taw in "All?" groaned Mr. nobhs. "AH? ment later tho youth, considerably exhis enHang It all. man, wot do you call all? cited, drovo hl geosfl up to the door. her face was sufficient to checkdropped Ho You haven't heard 'nlf of It yet. I tell While they were vainly haranguing terprise for tbo niomenL the stool and started toward her, his you. thcro'a been the devil to pay. old woman appeared. each other tho wni nn thn colonel comes back from Uttering shrill exclamations, aho hur- arms extended to catch her swaying form. Tho look of the dying waa In Ganlook gap. He'll havo news for ried dorrn to confront King with biascrumpling you; tako It from me, he will. That ing eye. Her horrid grin of derialon her eyes. Sho seemed to bo before blm. poor chap 'as gone up in smoko as broucht a fluab to hi check. suro as my name 'a nobbs." gavvoa that He reached her In time, bla strong "I'll lay you a hundred They met Baron Dangloss near the tho kettlo and amoko experiment Is a arms grasping tho frail, bent figure ns barracks, across tho park from tho It sank to the floor. As bo lifted her rake of the worat aort."l)e announced bodily from her feet, intent upon carcastle. Ho was In close, earnest con versation with John Tunis ana uouui rying bor to tho open air, her bony Ualfont, both of whom seemed laborflngera sank Into his nrra rtlth tho grip he bolleve his ing under lntenso excitement of death, and-co- uld Tho arrival of Hobbs, a pitiful but cam1 --a low, mocking laugh came from Ecrolc object, at onco arrested the ather lips. tention of every one. His Btory was Down where tho pebbly houno yard hoard by a most distinguished audimerged Into tho mossy banks Mr ence. HobiMi ant tight, still staring with "There Is nothing supernatural about gloomy eyes at tho dark little hut up King's disappearance," said Tullls the glen. A quarter of an hour Imd sharply. "That's all uonsenso. no bad pnssed slnco King disappeared through women who apmoney nbout him. nnd It perhaps turns Mr. llobba was getting tho doorway. out that there really was a man at nervous. money's preciate their tbo crack in tho door, a clever brigand Tho shiftless, lanky goose neni carao who today has got tho better of our forth In time and laxlly drove his scatwho vainglorious friend. Tho shooting In' flock oft Into tho lower glen. tered tho hills Is moro disturbing than this, Presently Hobbs caught sight of a comfort who do to my mind." thin stream of smoke, rather black "This mvsterr comlnc on ton of tho to style here is than blue, arising from tho little chimother Is all tbo moro dllBcuIt to under-stnndney nt tbo rear of tho cabin. Ills eyes is so soft, men8 tbo dlsnppcaranco of a shoe lllnlr TtnMr Minn "About A TOOf tho Countess Marianx," saiu uarou ng ago 1 wrote you that I was sick and Dangloss, pulling at his Imperial In i could not do any of i perplexity. "Dut wo must not it is a nlaln hero talking. Will you como with iny housoworK. ny stop sickness was called me, Mr. Tullls. to tho tower? I sunn revelation. Retroflexion, when .HsbbbIbbbBsbbbibW send out my best man to work on the 1 would alt down I B cso of tho lady. It Is n most nmaz-In- g felt as If I could not thing. I still havo hope that sho Rot up. I took will appear In person to explain tho Lydla d Vogotablo affair." w and tlld Just "I think not," snld Tullls gloomily. mo and as you told "This looks llko abduction foul piny, now 1 nm purjeuu or whatever you choose to call It. She cured, and haw a hns never left her father's house In boy" blir baby Just this manner before. I believe, 10, UlacK Mrs. Anna AJfDr.nso.v, Box MlllVNlll bnron, that Marianx hns taken her Duck, Minn. nwny by force. 8he told mo yesterday This Advice. Consider thnt sho would never go back to him 'n u'nmmi clinillil nillimit to a HUrffl- if Hho could help It. I havo nlrondj mean death, cal operation, which may THE WEAR given you my suspicions regarding his Pinkham's until Hho has jjlven Lydla E. designs upon the nheml" Catching Vegetable Compound, madq exclusive is there all sorts of it ly irom roots and herbs, a fair trial. tho eager gaze of tbo prince, he ebunged tho word "throne" to "treasThis famous mcdlcino for women ury." lias for thirty years proved to bo tho All Leathers Lornlno, her cheeks white with resomost valuablo tonic and invigorator or lution, turned unon John Tullls. "You tho femalo orRanlsm. Women residAll Styles ing In almost ovory city and town In might leavo tho rescuo of tho countess tho United SUvtcs bear willing testito tbo proper nuthorltles tbo police." mony to tho wondorful virtue of Lydla All Lasts ' sho said calmly. "I think It Is your WU-- lf 32. PInkham's Vegotablo Compound. duty ns an American to bend the 3t cures femalo Ills, and creates rod y CUSTOM MADE BY search for Mr. King. If Count Marnnt, buoyant femalo health. CAUE F1I0M HM ianx has spirited his wlfo away, pray nro 111, for your own sako as well as X tOW, HOCKtXO iAt'OIt Co. Shoe Werlheimer-Swar- ts Lira. who has a better right?" those you love, glvo It a trial. Lynn, N- "But wo are pot sure that he" oncn: his heart experi pip widn ST. LOUIS, U.S.A. Mrs. PlnkliHtn, at Invltcfl all sick woniPii to wrlto enced a sudden throblcss moment: his Continued on liut pmto this section. ! ! X !d y&gsmrjms& TRUXTON KING i Story of ,.Graustarf(, !f: ' t ji& "i 4 -- JELLrrrr- rrr hi (Announcement I ft? ,: : , I I t Cffll. !. t - ... of Interest. On Saturday. OCTOBER THE FIRST, the HICKMAN '.BANK added a Savings Department to their regular banking business, and are paying interest on' all Savings and Time deposits. All interest will be compounded or paid EVERY FOUR MONTHS, at the option of the depositor. This bank was organized in 886 and has been constantly at the service of the people of Hickman and surrounding country for OVER TWENTY-FOUYEARS, making it the oldest bank in Fulton County, as well as one of the oldest in Western Kentucky. On their past record of liberally conservative banking methods, together with the ADDITIONAL security of over $120,000.00, Capital, Surplus and Stockholders liability, this bank invites your banking business, assuring you the same courteous treatment and careful consideration of your interest which has been their custom in the past. 1 R ;' f ' . ih k B 1 ." r-i- ss 'W. C. REED, Cashier R. T. TYLER, Prest JNO. PYLE, Ass't Cashier iff S' EASY ANOTHER ?ofoggrfic 30 DAYS i : SPECIAL SALE 0N B WOMAN Stylish, too : : ; : : : ; ; : Sewing Macta I i 1 i 1 CURED For worth object ByLydiaEaPinkliam's Vegetable Compound ' .akaBBBBBBBBBBk want not $5.00 Cash and $1.00 per Week Will buy the best Sewing Machine in the world at ".' 'I : : ; ; ; that pliant and that -I foot-conformi- n I : ; ; : ; 'iaBBBBBBBBBll HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Next door to Post Office. 1 IRI u Jf Com-poun- : gMMMVlMMMMMUOjftli. HICKMAN HARNESS CO. Handles Everything in the way of ms&w Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars I you want to get your money's worth buy from me. I use the best of leather and stand behind all goods that I make. It will pay you to look over my stock before you buy. Harness and Shoe Repairing a specialty. Give me a call. . i -- nr Farmers NEXT DOOtt TO & Merch. Bank A. J. WRIGHT, Mgr. hcrforatlvlco. Ilcrndvicolsfrco, and always liolpful. dfl4JapedbackwardiojthouneX' i BrT-T-g- "; -- y ;; rrr -- t-t --- -- Frank Gets 2 Years, A GOOD REASON. Marriage Licenses to marry Tho following wero granted llconao In Obion county last week: A WEDDING PRESENT n m M ?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. Hickman Peoplo Can Tell You Why It Is 80. r" .. M Don't Know? Try Cut Glass .! M M y notorious for Fehrlnger, nlght-rldlnand especially dovHmont done when ho resided In tho vicinity of Hickman, 13 again in tho tolls. Verily, tho way of tho transgressor is hard. Frank g Hickman Grocery Co. Do your trading here and save money . . . A special from Chattanooga tempted o says: at- m 4 h fttti W4 II M ( u i i CALL AND SEE THEM r C M fr H H H SCHLENKER-T- he . Jeweler ra J Jkyiy Jjjyjs.'. Lady a y yyjyr,y.y ?ya Wanted. Girl's First Poem, maiSho was ono of those soft-eyedens, sweetly innocent, shy and gen-tlShe was unaccustomed to newspaper offices, but, being ambitious, sho managed to find enough courago to try winning an editor's sympathy to be oppressed by tho acceptance of her poem. "I have here," sho said demurely, "a llttlo verso I've composed. I really don't know what you'll think of It. You may not liko it at all, but It's my first; that Is, tho first I've over written for a nowspaper, and I'd be very pleased, Indeed, if you honestly thought it was good." Tho editor kept at his work, now and thon scowling, but not nt tho young woman especially. "It's about a maiden tripping o'er tho lea," she continued. "What was tho trouble?" askod the man behind the paper. "Couldn't sho lift her feet?" d o. To introduce our vory complete Fall Hue of beautiful wool suitings, wash fancy walstlngs, silks, hdkfa, petticoats, etc. Up to date N. Y. City Patterns. Finest linu on the market. Dealing direct wltu the mills you will find prices low. If others can make $10 to $30 weekly you can also. Sam 6, full Instructions in neat sample bc, shipped express prepaid. No. pocey required. Exclusive territory. llo first to ap Write for particulars, ply. Standard Dress Goods Comrany, uopt COO, llinghampton, N. Y. When the chest feels on Ore and burns, you have indigesI the throatyou need HERBINE to get tion, and I rid of the disagreeable feeling, it drives oat badly digested food, purl, fies the bowels and strengthens the stomach. Price 60c. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Beware of substitutes see that our is on your plumbing und tinning lobs. Joaa Cotton. trade-mar- k Fresh Oysters. Joaes. i 11 . h wfK W& ffliL OUR FALL and would-bsuicide, lias been sentenced to servo two years In tho penitenti ary for a felonious assault on his wife Tho trlnl, although brief, was ono of tho most Interesting In criminal court for years. Fehrlnger Is tho man who turned State's evidence- against tho Nlghtrld-er- e in tho famous Iteolfoot Lako caso and was given his liberty in exhango for his testimony. Ho was at first Indicted along with tho others of tho NIghtrlders, and oven after ho had agreed to turn Stnto's ovldcnco ho was hold In Jail as n witness. At Iho time of his incarceration tho woman who later bcamo his wifo was in tho saino Jail on tho charge of forger and larceny. After Fehrlnger found that ho was to bo released, tho woman submitted to both charges against her and was given a sontenco Of six months In each caso. The sentenco was suspended on tho agreemont of tho woman and Fehrlnger to marry and to leave that part of tho State. They were married and wont to Chattanooga. Fehrlnger had difficulty in securing work. Ho and his wifo quarreled frequently. Somotlmo ago they separated and sho applied for a dlvorco A on the grounds of short time after this Fehrlngor wont to tho houso where sho was staying, and after making an Ineffectual effort to cut her throat with a knlfo, ho did succeed In cutting his own throat He was arrested and has been in Jail over slnco until now, when ho was tried, with tho result that ho goes to tho ponltenttary for two years. Fohrlngor's attorney based his plea on the alleged tompornry Insanity of tho man at tho tlmo that ho attempted to cut his wife's throat. Fchrlng-e- r asserted that he did not romembur anything about his actions on tho night In question and know nothing until he woko up in jail tho noxt morning. Under cross examination ho told of his connection with tho NIghtrlders, but asserted that hu had his reloase. Asked about this release, ho showed tho order from tho Attorney General to tho sheriff ordering his rolcaso from custody. Fehrlnger seemed to think that this document was a rolcaso from liability In any court. Ho admitted that ho bad been with tho NIghtrlders on several occasions, but denied that ho had taken part in any crimes with them. non-suppo- Frank Fehrlnger, slayer of hl3 wife on your Groceries Meats, etc. w POTTAGE W. HOTEL Prop. Doan'a Kidney Tills euro thocauso of disease, and that la why tho euros nro always lasUng. This romody strengthens and tones up tho kidneys, holplng them to drlvo out of 'ho body tho liquid polsona that nro tho causo of backache, headache and distressing kidney and urinary com plaints. Hickman peoplo testify to permanent euros. A. P. Ovorby, of Hickman, Ky., baj-b- : "For two or throo months I was troubled by disordered kidneys. I had dull pains In the small of my back and whenever I stooped or lift ed, Bharp twinges caused mo much misery. At night tho acho In my back greatly disturbed my rest and feeling tlrod 1 arose In the morning and languid. Norvous spells bothered mo and tho sediment In tho kidney secretions proved that my kid- noya nocded attention. Learning of Doan'a Ivldnoy Pills, I procured a box nt Holm fc Elllson'a Drug Store and In throo days they relieved mo. It tho contents of required but ono-hatho box to effect a comploto euro I am glad to sny that this euro has boos porssssnt Sud I, therefore, hare no hesitation in allowing you to publish my statement." lf llurtou Nowton and Cammto Lunton Hssto Williams and II. Iloyd. F. 11. IUitchlff and Dolphin Jenkins. Ivory Iltbbs and Lena Underwood. Lonlo Mooro and Allco Fnustor. Charley Drown and Mahntuy Mult. Arthur l4Xtor nudllouluh Walker. m Clinm!Itr and Catnl Mltoholl. W. O. P&rrltth and Macule Alliums. Hd Luek utiil l.urllno Grady. Jnmea Ilurtchett and Ida Tumor. Hlmoro Pattomm und Delia Ferguson. Fred Ollvo and Cothran Witt. 0. II. (Xlllum and Mlnnlo Turner. Tho Hickman Courier and Weekly Commercial Appeal, both ose year for $LI5. Oct thon bow. Notice. holding olAlins ngalmt estate of U. D. Langford, deceased, aro hereby notified to prosent samo In proper form on or before Nor. 1, 1910, fur allowanco or bo forever barred. J, II. langford, Admr. All pertona U10 J. COOK, BEST I $1 a Day House -I- N- Prlco COo. Co. lluffalo. N. Y., solo agents for tho United States. KEAI nSTATB FOR SAI.JJi Sc-Remember tho name Doan'a and W. K. Dondurant, agent for M. II. tako no other. Shaw. For salo by all dealers. Fostor-Mllbur- n VVestern Kentucky $ When the oensua riort l fully ln. If fiddling and fighting can mad out It will emphaslto the faat that what's the matter with this qohb- - Dob Tuylor Is sure to bo the noxt try Is a surplus of consumer and a Governor of Ttnneee. Ho It now irenuoukly engaged In doing both shertuge of produeftr. Special Offer Wc expect to put out a greater number of farm wngons around close to home this year than ever before, and in ordc" o do this wc arc making the special prices below : 151 Kntin ft iWBi lll3)VI" f.1 VL. ( Air-$Mk?tmn- k. STOCK 035 i Mott's Nervine Pills Tho great aenra and brain treatment for men and women, produces strength and vitality, builds up tho system and renews the normal vigor. For sale by druggists or by mall, 1 per box, 6 boxes for 5. Hickman Drug Co., Incorporated. 2?4 Thimble Skein Wagon, with bed, at. " " " 3x9 " " ' 3H .$50.00 . 52.00 55.00 IUDBE 1$ HERE Can furnish any .height wheel preferred, the regular height, 42x52 inch, or the low 40x44 inch or special 37x46 inch. In the low wheel we specially recommend the 40x44 height, as they arc well proportioned, very strong and durable. Upon investigation you will find these prices from $8 to $12 under moat all other makes, and at the same time we propose to give you a s light running bone-dr- y wagon, made of material ihroughout. first-clas- Both Found It. Hero is a pretty story from Ufo told by tho llorrill, (Kan.) News: "Ho was tho worst boy in school; sho was tho teacher. Sho took him to tho hall for punishmont. Angrily she ad ministered tho ponnlty and thon somehow a great wave of pity for tho boy swept over hor. Sho looked at tho worn coat and the frail body, deprived of nourishing food; sho though of tho hard and loveless homo and of tho starved soul of tho poor kid. Tears sprang to tho teacher's eyes as tho boy waited for moro punishment. Then ho saw tho tears. His own eyes grow moist and overflowed. Thinking of how tho poor boy had no chance, In an lmpulso of lovo sho put her arms around tho boy and they cried togother. That is religion. Sho and tho boy both found It. Commercial-Appeal- , St. Louis Post Dispatch and Saturday Evening Post delivered at your door. Sado Salama LaClede Hotel. ii A larger and a better assorted stock than ever before seen in this city, and at prices lower than ever. Just think, WE GUARANTEE EVERY WAGON right along side any other make for strength, light running, etc. Remember that while we arc making extremely low prices, we propose to give you just as good a wagon as the other fellow is now charging you at least ten dollars more for. Mr. S. L. Dodds, the proprietor, having his own timber and mills, is in position ' to build wagons for much less than those who are compelled to go on the open market for their supply of material. Being a large planter, Mr. Dodds uses a great number of wagons, and is in position to know just what style wagon suits the farmer best and is now having wheels made with extra thick tires, deeper felloes, larger hubs and all other parts ironed in proportion. Quartered Oak Davenport $25.00 2.75 Oak Bedsteads at Steam & Foster's Felt Mattresses ... 7.50 to 12.50 Everything else in same proportion. i Our foreman, Mr. Hertweck, 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 farmer. As a special inducement we will allow $5.00 for this advertisement when cut from this paper and presented at our office, and accompanied by cash order for wagon during the month of October. WHY PAY SEVERAL DOLLARS EXTRA FOR JUST A NAME, WHEN YOUR HOME FACTORY WILL FURNISH A WAGON AS GOOD FOR LESS. Write us direct or come in and see us. We have a good stock of all size wagons on hand and will appreciate your business. Respectfully, M .1 If prices and quality will make goods sell we will be bound to sell them. Just step in and look around while in town. WE WOULD BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU t 14 ! ? ..fiuaM fi Hickman Furniture Co. INCORPORATED Next door to Post Office. Tho ground hog "dopo" is that wo nro to have a hard winter. Wo start ed a movement some tlmo ago to kill all tho ground hogs In tho country, but nobody would help us and tho thing was permitted to drop. If Increased coal bills and additional winter apparel is tho result, do not chargo us with responsibility. HICKMAN WAGON CO INCORPORATED J Send the Courier to your friend J way from home. a- - J" fiff Scotland Yard, London. .4 London. Scotland Yard, the most tfainoua dotoctiva contvr lu the world, owes Its fauio to Action. PloU far more Involved than the mysterious 'fegPtaeejsait&t Doctor Crlppcn cam havo beau worked tout and the solutions credited to this (Institution by a host of story writers m Jed by Charles Dickons. Writers ot FtiiBeaT jromance, good and bad, have had a 3iond In croatlng Impressions of socret BeBeHGIiGea passages, olaboratu disguises and aH "' aaeaeaeaBELWa leT powers of deduction. B teal thy aluutha glide forth Into the highways and byways to recovor nock-llocof lncrodlblo value, to find ab.aeaaeaeaeaeaaaiaal ducted maidens and solve Uiu dark bloody puzzles of Impossible muriund J? SeaeaeHaeBBeVal aat der mysteries. .iaeaaeaeaeaeaeaB This is the Scotland Yard of CcUon. The Scotland Yard ot fact Is a hand aH omo red brick building, elaborately Hk imaeaeaeaeaeflaaJlM aeaeaeaeaePaeaS aaaafl "trimmed, and wry much llko an American olty hall In nppoaranco. Nowhere within IU door Is there a hint of sensationalism. Tho building was to afford a headquarters for aaaH Ithe vast police business ot London, Laefl It Is buslnees, from IU founda- "Old Polo ' at tho Lyric, on Nov 13. jand tion stones to Its weather vanes. Technically, the present Scotland t police- fame Is now fYard of Wt!nJ Yard. Old Scotland Yard wpens off Whitehall, midway between .. the present police headquarters and Trafalgar square. In long bygone days aaaaV the detectives had throe little rooms dn the old yard. Uttered beyond belief "with papers dirty and unbuttuess Best yard wldo brown domostio 7c (like. ynrd. Ilarkott'a. It waa Uieeo threo rooms that Dick-ton- s V. II. Spradlin was over from Unknow. Detectives and police wero under separate administrations thon, ion City Saturday. iand It was only when the police made J no. Klrklndall and son, Linn, spout a failure of a case that the detective were called. An yon o who waa willing Sunday nftarnoon In Union City. to pay tho cost anywhere tn the Stundpatlsm la tho hobblo skirt of 'United Kingdom bad a right to call a detective from Scotland Yard. At politics, nnd Uio candidates who wear Prent, a Scotland Yard detective Is It don't seem to run well. pot allowod to leave London except on Tlio Courier's opinion of tho prosotifil frare occasions. It was from the old force that Dick-Jen- s polltloal situation In Tennessee la sub I drew material for the detective stantially as follows: 7' iaketohas that all Dlokani readers Granulated sugar, tho best, 17 lbs. for $1 at narkett'a. . Jl .ff v ni H jj ik'tarat J aLay : II ft Ak H j PP UBV aH aaenea aeaeaa H pre-sou- LaaaV CAPITALISTS OF r I 1 1 I Greater New York realize that Hickman is located in the heart of one of the best sections of the country which is rich in resources, and are spending a great deal of money in building a railroad into it Mr. Houck, a well know Western capitalist, realizes that these conditions are going to make a city out of Hickman and he is investing his money by building a railroad into it The Mississippi Valley Transportation Company realize that Hickman, as a city, will have immense business houses and factories, which will do a world of shipping; and they are building boats and making arrangments for terminals to handle this business. MR. MAN : Right in the midst of this is offered to you the greatest business proposition, the best opportunity to make money you have had. Are you taking advantage of it ? You see what these capitalists, who are used to Doing Things, think about the future of the town. Now, I I I ' i JL aJ FxriKi3nL. i l'rlnco Tsal Suun, who la visiting ua from Chltui, Is described as dignified MohI any of us could bo dignified wearing a ruby as big as a horao chestnut. dressing A vnluablo for flesh wounds, scalds, pld sores, rash, chafed akin, la IMLLAHD'S SNOW LINIMENT, It la both healing and antiseptic Price. 26c. COo and 1 per botuo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. J The New Scotland Yard In London. jhablt of emphastaing hU conversation by the aid of a corpulent foreflngor, which vm In oonstant Juxtaposition with his eyea and noeo waa, In reality. Inspector Field, whose memory still Is green. Field also waa tho original of Inspector Ducket In "Dleak House," Inspector Stalker, crao ot Dickeas' characters, waa Inspector Walker In real Ufa, A few years ago there were many men on the force who remembered Thornton, the man whom Dlckeea changed to Dornton, the sergeant, "famous for pursuing the Inductive prooe, and, from small beginnings, working from clue to clue until he ba hk man," However, the Scotland Yard Is said I to be overwhelmed aa the hub ot defective skill. It would not be fair tor ca American correspondent to Inti mate that the constable tn London are up to the American standard of effiolenoy and Intelligence In police duty. Muoh lea Is expeoted ot them, aa a rule, and they have a muoh less trcubleaomo alas of people with which to deaL The London pnblto. leven In the worst quarters of the city, Ska a gieater fear ot the police than naa the New York or Chicago public From the constable are recruited the Hea who oompeee the aristocracy ot the detective feroe. These are the wfee eveataally handle the "big JUS." Tiio ' New Nationalism ot tho lion hunter" lins no comniamlmont In IU know. Inspector Weild. "a man ot creed for tariff revision downward. I( portly presence, with a larve, moist, U simply tho old boy In a loud new knowing eye, a beaky vote and a disguise. Evaporated peaches and applos, Uio best on tho market, 10c a pound at IUrkott's. Some wlso ho&d has guessed that we aro to havo a sovero winter. Wo hopo ho is mistaken, but after a delightful fall, wo can hardly hopo for a winter that will be na ploooant aa May. Geo. Evans broko his own record Saturday for tho largest load ot seed cotton coming to town. The last load woighed 4,050 pounds nnd sold for Cc. Tho cotton camo from W. C. Johnson' place What a hnlry lot of Individuals wo would nil bo It wo allowed our whiskers to grow until somo ot Hickman' money men contributed a reasonablo amount to Uio loveo fund or any oth er public good. a dozen. Holm SPECIAL OFFER: Post" & Ellison. card, Go what do you think of it ? These capitalists make money because they think and act Have you ever made any money ? Do you think and act ? You do not even' have to think now. These, capitalists have done your thinking for'you and have already told you the future of the town with trumpets, and the surprising thing is that you still have a chance to wake up and act If your ears have not been stopped up you had better act and do it as soon as you get through reading this article. All unsold lots in Richmond & Bond Co.'s New Business Subdivision will be advanced 5 per cent in price after this week. Olllo Edmonds, J. W. Walton, Ed. Pcarco and Tom Ilradshaw returned Mouday from Loulsvlllo whero they at tended tho big W. O. W. gathorlng. il Tho chief foaturo waa tho C.000 class Introduction. regt-mima- G. B. BOND. I J M HIQH When tho colonel vlowed tho tomb esWoman falls Dawn Steps and Onto a of Napoleon tho only word that ' caped his llpa was "Wonderful," but Broken Tumbler, Whloh Severed an Artery. whou ho viewed tho returns from Malno ho said nothing. That was an Rlohraosd, Vaw One of Dam Fia ovont that struck him dumb. fees' fasdes, an unusually (slipper, eame near causing the death Speaking of tho Union City cotof Mrs, John Devine, wlfo of a promt-jaen- t ton gin, tho r says: This and herself well merchant, plant la doing a flno business. Thoy Sbowb In society circles, when they (eaused her to fall down the front steps nro gottlug from threo to four tlraos home while carrying a glas of as much cotton as thoy got last year. cf Tho llvo young manager, Mr. Pitt- twater. glas smashed on the stone man. tolls us that ono day last wook The under her right arm, cutting a deep thoy got sovonteon loads from Hick The man torritory. .gash and severing an artery. blood flowed from the out for over two hour, and physicians had much Dost rmokod bacon at ICo a pound difficulty In stopping It. a'. Uarkctt's. Added to her weak condition from floss ot blood, a fraotured wilst waa "Wo must havo moro protection! sustained. Bho will recover. Otherwise tho foreign manufacturers mar-kotall the evil people ot history, will drlvo us out of our homo cry that wont tip Till was tha who land remember the good one av made the world better. from tho loblos ot tho manufacturers ullo tho tariff was In Washington bolng rovlsed. Tho fact Is, howovor, Ono atop won't tako you vory far you'vo got to koop on walking, ono that Instead of bolng In dangor of bolng driven out of homo markots, word word't toll folks what you aro you'vo eat to koon on talking: ono our manufacturers nro competing sucinch won't koop you vory tall you'vo cessfully with tho manufacturers in got to koop on growing; ono llttlo nonrly every country on earth by soil"ad" won't do it all you'vo got to ing their goods cheaped abroad than to home consumors. keep 'em going. i high-heeled Nows-Danuo- HEELS NEARLY KILL hr -- l" Tc-rg- 1 I i i J L t - V'' JrA notices -- i Silver of Quality 12la9fc T0- Rtlronyotirown Judgment It to pattern, but re- inrratr durability It the tnott iiupor tint feature. I84J ROGERS BROS.,;,!, It the name (tamped on the back of tpoont, forks a ail fancy aenlng piece In tilrer plate of proven quality Plumbers and Consumers --2 In installing water lines, we will not permit a tap of our water main where the line runs within four feet of the soil pipe of a sewer. The reason for this is obvious ; as a leak could exist, indefinitely, without our' knowledge, the sewer acting as a conveyor, where the proximity of the line would converge) the leak with tkc sewer. Please be governed accordingly. III p "Sifrtr Piatt thatWtars WMe latitude for chitcc ll offered lu the many cxi)ullleuelsaa. Sold by a dealer r eterywnere. Send Tor catalogue "Ob," mowing all actignt. leading HUm ft taunt laurt.UMtl ImMm, Ota. Hickman Ice (INCORPORATED.) a-- Coal Co. . T. PTTiTiOKT, AXaiiasoi--. iiifffKWTriT,,iw'ifiii!TWTfrK ' t t t t J. A. COTTON & CO. (INCORPORATED) ',' '' Plumbers Tinners WORK IN BOTH BRANCHES EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY t t t i t t i t "Wo nre eure that Mr King Is eltboi dead or In tllro need of help," sho lu terrupted hotly. "Colonel Qulnnoz Is qullo compotcn to conduct tho search," bo said shortly "Hut Colonel Qulnnox litis gono fortl on another mission. He may bo un able to glvo nnyol hU time to tin search for Mr King. It Is John Tul IN, to refuse help!" "I don't ruf us help!" he exclaim ed. "Hut I'll tell you this I consul cr It my duty nn a man to d e v o t e phone 65 ,, Hickman, Kv. , v5 OUR ICE FACTORY ; Closes AT 10 A. M. ON SUNDAYS No ice will be sold after this hour, only in cases of sickness or absolute necessity. baron; wo will go to tho tower." Count Unlfont Intervened, hastily proposing it "i doVt vefcse second party bo IUXf!" sent out at once with Instructions to raze tho witch's ?it If necessary. "I shall be happy to lead the expedition," Bald youug Count Vos Euro, bowing deeply to tho young lady herself. "You shall, Vos Hugo," rald Halfont "Prepare at once. Take ten men." Tullls turned suddenly to tho rcxent-fn- l girl. "Loralne," bo said gently as the others drew away, "don't bo hard with me. You don't understand." "Yes, I do," sho said stubbornly. "You are In love with her." "Yes; that's qulto true." "A married woman!" "I can't help It. I must do alt I can for her." Sho looked Into his honest eyes for a moment. "Forgivo me," sho murmured, hnug-In- g her bead. Then she smiled brightly up Into hit face, "Havo your way, then. Itomcni-bc- r that I am her friend too." Tho guard about the prince was doubled. Orders requiring the strictest care of his person were Issued by Count Ilalfont. Baron Dangloss began to seo things In a different light Things that had puzzled htm before now seemed clear. But lato in the afternoon a telegram was brought to Tullls which upset all of their calculations and caused tho minister of police to swear softly In pure disgust. It was from tho Count ess Marlanx herself, sent from I'or-vran station far down tho railway, in the direction of Vienna It Mas polf explanatory: "I am going to Schloss Marlanx, therfl to end my days There ' i'i hupo f.ir me I .' vi 'tritnrJIy. what strength haro to tho service of a woman in trouble. Oome, 1 that Will you not understand why I am leaving KdelwetesT You iiiunt know." It was slgued lngoinede." Tullls was dumfounded. He caught the penetrating glance of Daiislx and flushed uuder the sudden knowledge that this shrewd old man al understood why sho wus leaving Kdelweliw Because of him! BecAUHo sho loved him and would not be Hear hltn. Ills heart swelled exultantly In tho next moment A brave resolro was lioru within him. "We don't need a key to that, my boy," said tho baron Indulgently "But 2 will say that she has blamed little consideration for you when she steal nway In tho dead of night without a word. Unfeollug, I'd say. Well, we can devote our attention to Mr. King who Is lost" "See here, baron," said Tullla after n moment; "I want you to alvo me n couple of good tiiou for a few tlays I'm going to Schlo-- Marlanx. I'll get her nway from that place If I ha e to kill Marlanx and swing for It!" At 7 o'clock that night. accomiNtuied by two clever secret service men. Tullls boarded tho train for tho wont. A man who stood lu tho tobacconist' shop on tho station platform smiled quietly to himself as tho train pulled out Then he walked briskly away. It was Tcter Brutus, the lawyer fur A uioHtullurliig trap bad been John Tullls! The party that bad gone to Uanlook gap in charge of Count Yon ICiikv re turned at nightfall iw wlsr thn be;, it left the barracks at noon. Hiding bravely, but komewhat dejectedly, be sldo tho handsome young offiwr in command was a girl In gray. Now ithe was coming homo with tbeiu. slleut. subdued, dispirited even more bo titan she allowed tho count to ceo. Colonel Qulnnox and his men Imd been scouring tho hills for bandits. They arrived at the witch's cabin a few minutes after Vos Hugo and his company Disregarding the cursoa of the old woman, a thorough search of tbo placo was made. Tho old woman's story, reflected by tho grandson, was convincing so far as It wont Sie mid that the young man remained behind lu the kitchen to puzzlo hlinxclf over the smoke mytory while sho wen,t out to her doorstep Tho man with the bones became frightened w hen sho went down to explain the situation to him. He (kd. A few minutes lator the gentleman emerged to find his Itorxo Kone, hhelf deserted. Cursing, he struck off down tho glen In pursuit of bk friend, and that was tho last she saw of him. CnAPTKK Select No sense in running from one doctor to best one, then stand by him. No sense either in trying the this thing, that thing, for your cough. Carefully, deliberately select the best cough medicine, then take it. Stick to it. Ask your doctor about Aycr's Cherry Pectoral for throat and lung troubles. Sold for nearly seventy years. No alcohol in this cough medicine. EcTCoTZoT.TK old reliable family laxatUc One Doctor Only One another! wiivtrvihi thine, that Why not stick to the tiiwt ihlnu. for vour combination? Aycr's Tills? Ask your doctor if tic approves this advice I HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS KXTAllMHUKIt I'M TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. tHucreitor to II. (I. llAiumaite, Otcriurdl Marble and Granite R Sub IpHH Monuments CURBING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky i Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, II. MtiUIIAN'AN J.W.AMtXANDKK KENTUCKY J.J.ailONIIUIUNT DIKHOTOHft lf.J.'M. HUHHAHD IL M. IHt.KIt (IBO. tt.THHMl.kK!.l T.A.I.HtlKOHl) We combine absolute safety witli satisfactory service, and oiler our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS ll MUC1IANAN. rriklMt M. ' UAMAuK. A1 f'abiM J. A. TIMMrSON, IVuhUr x. Our Slock h Cntrntit and HEX Klnp. In tlio klmlnca or his heart, grasped the oM woumn to keep hor from ihII-Idto tho floor ho playi-- ill- rvctly Into the bunds of very urn t of In 1 nsencles under hor control. Tho next Instant something struck hltn In tfce face. Then with a fierce Jerk thin Mtmc object tlchtcnel nlwnt hit neck. A noose had boon drooped orer hU head. As be was pulled kick ward bin . startled, bulging oyen swept the Aboro him a square o)xnlng had appeared In the colling Two ugly, bearded facos ivoro tooultig tmr tho edge, and strong hand were grouping a thick rope. Ho wh ntntngllni;. Frantically he grouped the rop, llrttug himself from the floor In tho effort to loosen tbo nooso with bin free bund A hoarso laugh broke upon bin dinning cars, tho leering faeoi drew nearer. and then as everything went black n heavy yet merciful blow fell upon bin head. Xot many minutes passed before consciousness, which luid been but partially lot, returned to him. Jt was pitch dark, and tho air was hot and close. Xot n sound catoo to lila thrniv blng cars. With characteristic ho began to swear softly, but articulately. A gruff voice, star tllngly. near nt hand, Interrupted him. k cell-log- w THE 1HOX cotwr. ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas CVill on orTxte phono at wfcso tn ct OROUHIUMH. or FKHHHTUrrH. nJ KUMHII MBATH Telephone 6 3 Deliveries Ledford & Randle r COAL COAL FOB- - COAL CASH $4.90 CASH CASH Pittsburg Lump Coal Continued next week. "Sure Core" "I would like to guide suffering women to a sure cure for female troubles," wmes Airs. k. Mercer, of Frozen Camp, W. Va. "I have found no medicine caual to CarduL I had suffered for about Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED t. PILESI WUUaas' Indlaa Pile Ointment, will are Blind, Dlocding and Itching Piles It absorbs tho tumors, allays Itching at onco, acU as a poultice, glvcB relief. Williams Pllo Ointmont la prepare for Piles and Itching of the private parts. Sold by Hickman Drug Co, BOo and $1. Williams' Mfg., at PILESI J. T. DILLON, Manager. sj., ruj., uieveiaaa, uaK. Cash Book Store J. KELLY SMITH Jlttorncy'dt'Law Clinton, Kentucky Onfttnth of M ftes to ChrlHUnltt. lour years, would have headache for a week at a time, until I would be nearly crazy. I look Car-d-ui and now I never have iho headache any more." K53 White Blossoms the Most Fragrant. Ab a rulo whlto blossoms aro tbo most fragrant Tickling In tho throat, hoarsonoaa. Jobs of voice, Indicate the noed of iiAL.L.AllU'8 HOUEHOUND SYRUP. It cases tho lungs, quiets tho cough and restores health In tho bronchial tubes. Prlco, 2Gc. 60o and $1 per hot-USold by Hickman Drus Co, o. Bon Air Lump Conl 4.50 Kentucky Coal 4.00 Prices based on delivery within the city limits Parties out of town 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 sellinir ""-i- v oi " nguintst an ex bivc "" orbitant advance in prices. -ocv-uiu- y A. A. FARI8 At I Splendid Selection New Books Stationery The Lyric, PAY YOUR CITY TAXES. Post Cards, Notions, etc. Call and flee Our Stock Th Woman's Tonfo WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. Have you neglected your kidnovs? Jiave you overworked your nervous system and caused trouble with your KWneys and bladder? Havo you pain In loins, side, back, groins and bladder? Have you a flabby aDnearanrn of the faee, especially under the eyes Too frequent a desire to pass urine? If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will cure you HlckHiaE Drag Co., Price 60c Everything Mary Berendes & Co. Your grocery order will receive prompt attention If telephoned to IJeUerswortb. & Prather. Both phones. Anything you want that wo haven't got la Furniture we will be glad to order It for you. HIckaian Furniture Company. j time of the pains. Better to take Cardu! for a while, before and after, to strengthen tho system and cure the cause. This Is the sensible, the scientific, iha right way. The pains from which many women suffer every month are unnecessary. It's not safe to trust to strong drugs, right at the Try It Bead "Tnurtea Kit." U o American Industry SuDrema. Tompcst and Sunshlno, Nov. 10. September the first. Why Opalescent glass for uso In the mrm. ufacture of stnlned windows In mndo Tho Fighting Parson, Doc. , 1310. wait until too late and be In this country In n manner which can Iskmaol, dramatized by Allco B. forced not bo duplicated nnd this material Is to pay unnecessary Ivos from Mrs. Southworth's novel of shipped nil over Europe. costs ? tho Banio natno, Doo, 14, 1910. .. SUr St. Elmo, by Cathorlno Hadlcy & TTti TTInlfH. Until further notice pay Jit.iuu rur. uo. Will prise you In the matter of low prices Co., Loffingwoll's copyrighted version taxes to Tom Dillon, Sr., at and good goods. Don't take our word Dec. 19, 1910. his office. Tho Lost Troll, Jan. 7, 1911. but come and see for yourself. Tho Widow Perkins, Feb. 6, 1911. Always at His Elbow. Cast Aside, March 3, 1911, All you who hnvo torpid liver, It costs the dovll llttlo troublo to dlgesUon or constipated bowola weak look lazy man. German Proverb. catch a out for chills. Tho season is hero nnd tho air la full of tho dlseaso Call at tho Hickman Furnlturo Co. gorma. Tho best thing to do to got your liver in good condition laand Don't let your property go with- for anything you want in furnlturo. purify tho stomach nnd hnnraii Ttnn. out Insurance. Its poor business, DINE la tho right romody, It anawera Seo Kennedy the Insurance Man. Cotton, the phmbw. Fbom SLm?""? comPIee. Price 50. . by Htokmaa Drug Co, The penalty is effective ' T, MEi)i' ffrTv Crap Shootists Fined, WUVB. Sunday Weddings, F . than tho merry laugh of a happy, rr-j-vi- Joy MBllllislh ' II1s1Tm h (ottrier's Clarence Rldgway and Miss Ora U. Pullln, Olllo Pullln, Llin Uoudun, Mac Wiggins, Will Johnson uud Chaa. Taylor, ot near Dukedom, wore tho Molan. Tho raid occurred up tho next to arrive and acknowledge tho holy rites that united their huppy railroad near tho Cainul'a Duck. lives. Lait week, tho officer- - found a Tho third couple wero Victor Ulnk-lebunch of negroes "swinging tho bonM and Miss a race Cook, of near and landed six of Uioui. They wore Palestine Church. llogor Adklsson, Ernest Walker, Hully Tho last ceromony solemnized was Walker, Ed Totluu, Lynch Ilroun and Drud Jatulson. Judge Naylor pullud tlmt uniting Homer Croft and Mis. Cammlo Yates, of Pilot Oak, Ky. their less for $!& uach. Esqulro Futrell, Ui Kulton, perform' Johnson and Chief ot Police Wrlffht lUaUU a big UriVO OU tllU boyB ed four lilrirrlllL'n r.nriiinint.m Knn.! shooting crap. Sunday afternoon, and aftornoon. broke up a very sociable and largely Ta ttnt cou to be married wero intended gamo. As a result, the fol- ni aim wmio moss, lowing woro fined $20 uach In Judge " A- w Navlor's court Monday morning: J of Ituthvlllo - Thc.e two llttlo games cost the players $300. Looks llko the "kitty" i. thti only wlnnur. Save Ireta $1 to $2 & thousand and get a better shlnglo direct from our Kirk Shingle Oo.l will. Yates Passion, purity and loro. A ten story, beautifully told, der, toui-lilnelaborately staged, presontcd by prom Inout actors In living character- -, Is tho dramatization of Mary J. Holmes' popular norol, ."Tempest snd to bo avcu at the Lyric on Thursday Nov. 10. Bun-rhin- E. R. Ellison's Tt'T't'tVitTT'W ts the store with the ous person, and nothing drives away 'fS groom and caro llko a good, hearty I m laugh. I .auditor and good humor -mako a happy, pleasant homo and a nSf,t cheerful, brlcht home Is tho greatest hap- safeguard against the temptations for Tills Is a beautiful world and a py one, a Jolly good place, only as tho young. Parents should guard this and sparo no palna to wo mar It by Inconsiderate behavior, and by forgetting tlmt It was inado mako homo a chocrful spot. for others as well as for ourselves. 0 Who will dispute the wisdom ot tho peoplo who will lot Thero aro somo plan for human Doings to bo divided consent to bo made hnppy. They find Into families? Who that remembers their greatest satisfaction In iDcess-aii- t the patemul roof, the gentle mother, grumbling and repining against tho merry brothers and sisters, the destiny. Of all Uio bores that aro good tilings to oat, and tho general Inflicted upon our social llfo, none is protection and comfort therein, would more disagreeable than Uio sour-tehavo It oUiorwlio. Yes, tho plan is pered man; ho Is not content with right; it woh tho invention ot a high being miserable himself but insists vr thau mortal wisdom, and where on making ovcrybody else so, It ho ever nu unhappy homo exists, some- - can. It Is not best to lot such an ono have bta own way. If ho would be content to contlno his muttcrings to himself and to maintain a strict seclusion, ho might bo pardoned and plUed; but when ho thrusts hla grlov- unccs upon society, ho then becomes as Dogberry eloquonUy observes, 'most Intolerable, and not to bo on y durod." Qrcfe 1 li,.ii. i SAVE In ! V '15 111 , ' 'I What a magic word. the adoption of its admonition lie the possibilities of securing future opportunities that will lead to success, and that will rob old age of its dependencies. THE PEOPLES BANK originated the Savings Department in Hickman. Let it help you. They have a system second to none. Better inquire today. , 0 CASH STORE New Red Front EASY TO FIND NOW Maternal Love. Tho lovo of a father may bo as dee and slncoro as that of amothor'a yet It Is calmer, and, perhaps horo calculating and moro fully directed In Uio groat periods and ends of life; It cannot descend to those mlnutiao of af fection, thoso watchful cares for the minor comforts and graUflcaUons of existence, which a mtothor, from Uio finer sensibilities of her naturo can moro readily appreciate. Tho pages of history abound with tho records of maternal love In every cllme, and ovory rank of llfo; but It is a lesson of nevor ending presence, which tho heart can feel and acknowl edge, and needs not examplo to teach how to venerate. tn-or- a , Bad Nigger Caught, a "How sharper than a serpent's tooth It is to have a thankless child." Samplo Shirts half price Sullivan lJoys Samples BulU, fS valuos, Sullivan Uros. , $2.-- 0 A LITTLE THINO. A llttU morA ylUbU. On csa Hhort Bo Unjr, TTi Jun Utter, thr. h. This store is OVERFLOWING WITH BARGAINS rjtyonJ ona't btani, Tt it can wrck falKfttt plans. 'imi It nulllftw Th hlfh- -t fruit; On thins A premlM It putt uttnw plia- -. It altira Tb I brlng-i.t-o oautht. ' duett tbov.bt. irsat JUST NOW Things that you really ought to see. Tiitrc's not a word For mnlnc rl64. Can but It In Tb unabrld(d: plant Th IU cut-T- hat Oft mtau and roraaty Ltttla "but" Tndt fl Oome Mrff isv etxxci sssl body la at fault, somebody Is under mining this excollent contrivance for tho buueflt ot all; and could wo got tho beam out of our own eye, wo might discover that tho ovll was with- - MANY .bjsbsw COAT. M of ft milo in lonKth. tho Olympic U nearly 100 foot longer than any sldp now afloat and compared with hor. tho Groat Last- rtrn, launched in 1858, would soom a dwarf. Tho pxact measuremenU or There's a fallow that put a tno Olympic aro: Length over all. ferent color coat on almost 814 cot; breadth over nil. UZV4 ieoi 4y." iu4 f via keel to tho top of tho fun-ct"Ho must be a millionaire." Hho has I ho dlstanco Is 175 foot "No; no's a painter." eluvt n stool decks and fifteen wn Urtlght bulkheads. His Motive. Hho traveling list of tho Olymplo TVhta her hunband lb matUt roll, thought, of court, II rautt of hu 600 names on IU first-clas- s socond-c- l That tht bump h cava would tava htm tlr to will bo room for 600 Tba dltirrac of a dlvorc. ,v travolors, whllo tho third cabin vrtlUbavo accommodotlons for 2,000 Mrs Nannlo Klngmnn has bcon on porsins. To theso must bo ouiiou uio enm of 800, making a total floating tho sick list this wwk. pofutatlon of 3,900. ! . tv,n . pnnit Th? nmouni or ainiunui m hull of a lntd tho formation of Uio irreU motlorn steamship Is enormous. . .. ... .i. niviiinlfIn thf douuio oouom oi uw ....,.-alo- n Excoodlnc ono-nlxtt- fij ud WE GIVE YOU ALL THE 'MSI' World's Greatest Ship. Chocrved on her way by thousands of Hpcctators, tho Olympic, tho largest steamship In tho world, took hor maiden plunge at Bolfast, Ireland, fm a being so vllo and Can odious, so dead to nature's Impulse, who in return for constant caro such unvarying kindness, can willingly or heedlessly wound Uio heart that cher- " tshed him, and forsako tho now lono'.y ono who nursed and sheltered him, who can madly sover tho Bweet bonds Tako out that insurance today. You of human union, nnd bring down tho may bo next to bura out. Kennedy, gray hairs of his parents with sorrow Uio InBuranco Man. to Uio gravo; who can leave them in their old age to solltudo and poverty, About Medical Advice. whllo ho wantons In tho prldo of unbo it tho only kind of medical ad deserved prosperity f that counts it the kind you pay If thero bo, why let him abjuro Uio itrc dc-tt DiUoit Freo Press. i'io man and herd with Uio beasts that distraction perish, or lot him foci to Groceries at Moore's. thai worst of human zniscries. or John Lovo, alias John Scott, colored, was arrested Monday morning by Dros. Officor Huddlestoa and Is bolng held to await tho arrival ot Uio Sheriff of "Here Is n Lako county, Tenn., whore it Is said An exchango says: negro is wanted for murder or minister who appreciates an editor tho attempted murder. At a recent editorial convonuon .no offered Uio following toast: 'To savo If Love Is Uio man Uio Tonnossco d an editor from starvaUon, take bis auihoriUes want, a rov.-arIs To paper and pay for It prompUy. lug for his arrest. savo him from despair, send him every item of news you can got hold of. Tho prisoner is also wanted In To savo him from profanity, wruo Clinton upon some charge- - Ho says your correspondence plainly on one he had rather go to Clinton tKaa u fdiows that ho sldo of tho aheot. nnd sond It early TtptonviljC( as possible. To savo him from misresuU of bplng returned to takes, bury him. Dead pcoplo aro Lako county. Pulton Leader. Uio only ones who never make d out-stan- ii n Mrs. R. K. Taylor and littlo son, of Flagstaff. 'Ariz., who have been YlslUng tho family of C. S. Patterson for some Umo, left Sunday for. Paducah to visit rolaUvcs. How to Clean Gold. cunful of water, will clean gold or silver Jewelry A few drops on tho under sldo of a diamond will clean It Immediately, making It very brilliant. nnn tensnoonful ot ammonia in a Friday. h Children must bo taught what tho parents wish thorn to know. Toach them truthful, gontlo ways, and they will bo truo and gontlo. If Uio boy hears bad languago from lite father. ho will repeat It Just as certainly as ho has a tonguo In Ids mouth; anu iW If a llttlo girl hoars hor mother gossip, she will gossip tho moment she meets a playmate. Pcoplo who de- s vour tholr food llko cattlo noed not axpttct'to havo nlco table manners. Gentlemen and rood women aro homo made There Is nothing on earth for wliloh ono ought to bo moro thankful than for having boon brought up In tho almosphero of a good homo. Do Something. W.S.PECKfcCQ, h & ) ' . Jj.yA. T.Wmnmmi hHS 11 Made in Syracuse CLOTHES rASHIONABUS jjS A - I Refinement In Clothes The clothing you buy from us is guaranteed satisfactory, of course. Naturally we could not do business unless it was so, but you cet more than mere satisfaction in wear, and' fit and style. You get a refinement of dress that is often lacking, a refinement that is beyound the reach of criticism and that is correct in every point Kj fes li I'. T 1;; f J M lit Ss W ADVANTAGES that the art HAS to give. oC tailoring F1KST A choice from one of the most complete selections to be found anywhere- - SECOND Styles are today. as they n THIRD The utmott care-iThe highest making. class of work on everything-always- . FOURTH We are content with modest profits, so that our prices will be found BELOW what the best tailoring usually costs. Talk to us before you order. SCHMIDT, tlie Tailor .1 Young man, do not stand yawning and lounging on tho threshold or, a glorious fuluro that Is brim' full of golden opportunities and mines of untold wealth In lta hidden recesses, by an appliweigh- awaiting for dovolopracnt moro than 500000 rivets of your mind and muscle, but cation ing i toUl of 270 tons, aro employed. null nff your coat, up with your largest singlo pinto employed on Tho sleeves, spit on your hands, take hold tho vImoI's sldo weighs, four and long and nrouso your energy from Its slothfoot tons and Is thirty-siful Btato nnd lazy Inclination and win largest Blnglo bourn, support ...Lot ur.inlth llin world Will yield J'OU. and to nlnoty-twln tSo decks, ineasuros Tho coming years aro big with possi lillongth and weli;h tour tons. foot bilities and as chuckful ot glorious prospects as tho milky way Is strewn with stars, or Uio sunny lands with T. J.llucksoa Is hero from auvroses. Tho way Is open for every , this wot. ono, and you aro Invited to Btop in, i . tnko your placo, act your part, Himplo Suits, ff values. !. Doys somo responsibility, mako your Sulllvah Dros. mark, nnd ralso such a dust in mo Mm. Tl i. Davis left. TUOSUoy iu. ntmosDhcro about you. your slow-g- o thoro for ing companions will loso sight of you 5G PnducalUtaklng her medical thatmcat. nnd go about mourning as ono uoau to thorn. Thoro is much you can ao returned to his homo and a great deal you cannot do, but Albert in Kiilton ISaturday, alter a visit to don't got discouraged, for courago is J. II. 1'rovW and other lUctoiuui rola. tho favorlto of fortuno. You may not tlvos. bo nblo to wrlto a beautiful poem, a touching sonnet, qr dlo ot starvation; McKoel and son, Paul Mr. p. tmt von can. It noods bo. go to work McKcol, left Saturday morning for humbly as a porter, buy a whisk lookHickman to pond n fow wcoka broom, wear people's clothes out wIUi ing after tliir farming Interests. it nnd In flvo years you can go io Mayflold McsVnger. Europe In your own special car. As been connect-c- d tho strawberry said to tho box, 'tnero j. A. Moorolwho has top.' with tho Aengel Box Co. at th'9 is always room at tho 2 wUl bo trans-ferro- d placo for eom tlmo, wo to LouuAlllo January 1st. Wo do not laugh enough. Thoro Is aro Indeed sorri to loso Mr. and Mrs. nothing more pleossant to the oar Moore aa cIUzcIb of lllckman. r ,.i.l .,1! ... gg j y one-four- ti x o Let us show you how our suits and over- - C coats excel in this point Prices range K from $15 to $25, and the values are i & better than you will usually get J j i , Extra Good Values at "fs X:r,f.r;ol,fr fWo-o j as-su- $16.50 to $22:50 MtniuiiAiu.lbgTHll de- - i Suits and Fancv Worsteds and Cassimeres of cxclnsive signs, as well as Plain and Fancy Overcoats. Values that you'll appreciated Neckwear, Underwear, Sweaters and Gloves at pleasing prices for new effects Hats, Half-Hose, !i 3 J BALTZER & DOPDS D. Q. CO. 1 INCOItPOUATED S r , .ci i .iv 11.. isHKi -""1 'y c &? The Bowditch Cash Special Privilege. Insti- "Two bottles A When Chat with Ed. and John Boston. or The plumbing and tinning business Is beset with obstacles. Occasionally a new customer will ask us to figure on his work. he gets the figures, he probably tells us he knows of a plumb-e- r that will do hie work for "a lltttle less." We may lose his first Job but his' next work comes to us. When he takes the first degree, he learns that low prlcees'and poor work go hand In hand; upon being brought to light In the second degree, he finds that this business does not differ from any other to get skilled work and quality, It neceessarlly follows that It always costs a reasonable price, no more, no less. Therefore quality Is remembered long after prlcees are forgotten. Our plant ts not the biggest, fastest nor oldest In the state, but We employ five demands. we are prepared to meet all reasonable men and every one of us work dllllgently to meet every promise we make. Our work Is all guaranteed to please the customer not the plumber. Our Jobs are never flnlshd until the customer' Is satisfied. We. would like to figure with you on plumbing, tinning, country water works, heating, s tea si fitting or anything In our line. You will save money by "letting us do your work right on the start. If we can't "do It and do It right, we will tell you so. fc ' Hickman Plumbing and Tinning Company. i tution, the Boston atheneum, the city's oldest library, with Its woalth of literature and art treasures. Is a seated figure of largo proportions thnt Is the first object to attract the eye of Jhe visitor as he enters. This figure, seated thoro so calm and reposeful, Is the counterfeit presentment of a noted American, a ton of Massachusetts, and as such It ts Interesting, but aside from the great man that It represents the statue has an historical significance, Its chief claim to distinction lying In the fact, as tho visitor Campaign Pointers. may learn by rending a small Inscrip"Yonder go one cnnderdato what origtion attacbod to It, that It is the sho' gwlne alt do ofilce." inal plaster cast of the first bronze "How you know!" stntue mnde In America. "By do way ho hissef. He figure Is that of Dr. Nathaniel Tho so Jolly dat he Jlngleil" Ilowdltch, the great navigator, and the renowned mathematician and astronoA THEORY SHATTERED, mer. The bronze statue of which this Is the plaster cast, stands in Mount Auburn cemetery, surrounded by aa Iron fence, one of the most conspicuous pieces of sculpture" within that nail beautiful city of the dead. Hughes was tho sculptor. The plaster cast Is also his. He was an Englishman, who came to this country la 4829, landing In New YorV. A little later he camo to Iioton nd settled In Dorchester, where be made his home up tq the time of his death lu 18CS. The Ilowdltch statue, as shown la cr-rr-y that venerable and interesting In the spacious vestlbulo To bo allowed to read in bed. Not to shave ou Sundav. To throw iiuwspapyrs on tho floor. To refus- - to lwirn Urlil?i. To do what you llko on a vncatiou and not to lime It "bonofli" you. To bo ou of fort men lu an office whose wardrobe hafifteon hook and to monopolize three of them To havo a gluss of atir served In n Hickman rtstnuraut without aBklng mo ro thau eight times. 1 Cured My Rheumatism" I havo been a suf ferer from rheumatism for about two years, and have lifted many lln menta and patent mcdi clnoe which cave me n relief. A lan' friend t,t mine told mc she ruo um1 your Liniment and founcf relief at once I cot two bottles ami they cured mc. 1 think 11 s the best Unlment a pcrnm can lave In the hour. I shall always keen n botllc n my house as long at I can get It" Mm. li. K. 'W At.Mi r., Morrisons, Va. Another Letter. Mct'iKAW, of i I take pleasure in writing to Mrs.-Jamk- s and I ul ou ' Mamle He .St , New Orleans, La., writes I had a jum in toy arm for five years, 'at Now Located Just West of the Hickman Ice Plant CALL AND SEE US SLOANS LINIMENT for one wevk highly." atd x iumlcuU cured 1 riio.utnJ your very Penny Postage Next. Farms for Sale. Fine Farming Land for Sale on Easy Tteerms. Desiring, to get out of business, I havo decided to sell off all of my land and will offor some as flnoland In the world on almost any terms that a purchaser may desire. No. 1. I have one farm of 200 one-hamile north of Dodds' Switch on N. C. & St. L. Ry., one half ratio cast of East Hickman Switch, ISO acres in cultivation, bal ance ,in timber, mostly fine pecans. All of this land is above overflow except pecan land. Has a largo barn two houses and a stable. Has been in clover and pasture for tho last 4 years. $11,000 will buy this property, 15 or 20 per cent cash, balance, one to twenty sears If desired, at C lf h Tho postotfico department was founded In 1789. Ever since Its foundation, this department, which comes closer In touch with tho people than any other department of tho govern ment, has up to 1910 been a sourco of expense. Tho present general, Mr. Hitchcock, has reorganized the postal service and recently turned over to tho government that had been, appropriated by Congress for the department because it was not needed. Mr. Hitchcock thinks that penny posit-ag- o will bo given the peoplo by the next Congress. Two cent postage camo In 1883, three cent postage in 1863. Adhesive stamps came in 1847. Before that time tho one that got the letter paid the postage' instead of tho department. Bender. The from Hitchcock down to the humblest country postmaster in the obscurest village is a marvel of fidelity, faith' fulness and accuracy. Wo doubt if tho people fully appreciate the enormous benefits they receive from this department. They take the magnificent bounties as a mero matter of courso and consider themselves grlev-lousl- y offended if tho slightest thing gooa wrong. Our readers will see penny postage with tho incoming Congress. 4 post-mastpost-offloo post-offico Judge Now that you have been convict "d of blgimy, have you anything to cay for yourselfT Prisoner Nothing, except that I hare found out that there U no truth In the theory of safety In numbers. Very, Very Sad. The taildest word Of nil Tou - Sloan's Liniment instantly relieves stiffness of the Joints, SorcThroat, Hoarseness, Sprains, Neuralgia, Better Sciatica and Lumbago. and cheaper than porous plasters. r A "ttVJ art thea: to h (ttl, plraa." UU nt 1.00 .J.lr DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. At All DniRsUt. I'rlr 'J.V., SOe. Mean' Ttll on tho llottr il Vtrr. idHfibl Original Bowditch Model. the plaster cast, represents the navigator seated In a heavy chair. He has a noble. Intellectual head and a fine dreamy face. Ho Is attired In knee breeches and dressing gowa of ample folds. On the right knee U a large volume, Intended, no doubt to represent his great Fork to navigation, with his right hand resting upon it At his left besides the chair, is a globe and sectaat On the other side of the chair are more books. Jbe base bears this inscription: "Executed by Dall Hughes. 1847." Ball Hughes not only modeled the first statue to be cast in bronze la America, but he is said to have carved the first portrait figure sculptured la marble in tnis country. This was a tstatuo of Alexander Hamilton erected jia 1835 in the rotunda of the New 'York Merchants' Exchange, which was .destroyed eight months later by fire. Among the prized relics in tho Boston i Atheneum, carefully guarded in an up per storeroom of the Beacon street I library building, is the little model of ,thls historic work. Nathaniel Bowditch, who was a na- Itlve of Salem, died in Boston In 1838. For some years before his death he and the sculptor Hughes were close friends. Bowdlteh was an extraor dinary genius. At tea years of age tthe straitened circumstances of his (parents forced him to leave school, land from twelve to twenty-on- e he 'was an apprentice la a ship chandler's shop. Then he passed nine years at eea, finally becoming master of .ship. After quitting his nautical life he made his home In Boston and devoted himself to learning and science. IHe gained a pretty full knowledge of the Latin, Greek, French, Italian, Portuguese and German languages, made (himself the most eminent mathematl-leia- n and astronomer that America had produced, and did more for the regulation of his country among men' of science in Europe than had been done by any other man, except perhaps Benjamin Franklin. Misplaced Affection. "Has this town a favorite son?" "It used to have, but he turned out gun." to be a son-of-- 4til Ihitrtr nr t i Net r ! ih rvltll:ii! oesentlal i '' t ''' At1 'r.wrt lh I ,'UaMi toll of tull per cent interest. Popham's ASTHMA REMEDY I guarantee all plumbing and tin- O'vos prompt and posltlro relief In by Jllckwau Drug Co. fevery case. Hold by The Hlek- ning I do. If the work don't come man Drug Co. prict? 1. Trial up right and I can't out-talyou pickage by mall. 10c Telephone No. 4 for better meats we will cheerfully do the job over-j- ust Williams irg. Co., l'rui1-- . Cleteland ir.d groceries. like any other plumber. Cotton tAAA4AAAAAAa.AA4AalAaAa -k Couldn't Do It Now. "Atlas supported the earth." "But that was before the eett living was so high." TYTYTYTTTT7TYTTYVYTVTYT WHY NOT TRY t thr child starts In Its sleep, lu tyith while sleeping, picks i.oe. has a bad breath, fickle apprUti, pale complexion, and dark rings under tho eyes. It has worms, and a Ions as thuy remain In the Intostltcs. that child will b sickly Whiles CrtKAlt VKRMU'UaB clears out tho orma, strengthens tho stow ach and bowel and puts the HUlo oae on the road to hralth and cheer futns. I'rico :0o per bottle. Bold If grinds at the No. 2. Farm of 90 acres below Hickman, all In cultivation, 3 houses and good barn, 2 miles from Hick man on good public road. This place is known as the Lauderdale farm. Will take $50 per acre, same terms as above. No. 3. One place of 240 acres, 7 good tenant houses and a nice cottage, all in cultivation, ten acres in alfalfa, good peach orchard, and good barns. This place Is known as the Johnson place. Price $56.00 per J i! Notice to the Public! ...W i li ; 1 fJ I Money to Loan. I loan money on farm lands in and Weakley one-hal- f Look and read carefully. It will pay you to visit tho JJLUE FRONT STORE in .West Hickman, managed by Mbscs, the Jew. acre. No. 4. One farm of 500 acres, 150 acres In cultivation, balance deaden ed except merchantable timber, fire miles from Hickman, seven trcant houses, three barns, price is $50 for cleared land and $40 for uncleared. This Is picked land and bettor cannot be found. Counties, Tcnn., L Goods as fresh as the moning dew, that arc sold by iMoses, the Jew, will give you some idea of the money can be saved: Flour, the best ever made, per sack. High Patent Columbus Star. and In Fullon County, Ky. About the cash value of a farm "will be loaned. Loans made in sums of $1,000 or more for five years with privilege to borrower of paying some after one year in full or making any No. 6. One farm of 35 acres one size partial payment desired at intermiles below Hickman, vals of six months after tho oxpira-tlo- n and ono-hal- f of one year, interest being stop- good house, stables, etc., "price $85 ped on partial payments made. Call an acre. on or writo O. SPRADLIN, Attorney-at-LaNo. 7. Ono farm of 170 acres 3 Union City, Tenn. tf miles below Hickman, 150 acres in cultivation, balance in woods lot, 4 Manager J. T. Dillon announces tho good houses, stables etc. Price $75 early appearance here of the dramat- per acre. ization of Mary J. Holmes' most popNo. 8. Ono farm of 1700 acres (on ular novel, "Tempest and Sunshine." main place) flno barns, good houses, BEES ROB "RAT" OF FAME Nothing like it has ever been offered 100 acres ,ln alfalfa, prices furnished This Woman's Head Protector falls to and every man, woman and child on application. Lessen the Stlngi Which Her should see it. Outside of its dramatHubby Dodged. Ail of this land to protected by tho valuo and neat comedy It toaches ic a lesson equal to any sermon over levee and produces 25 to 50 bushels Woodbury, N. J The vauntod delivered from tho pulpit. This In of wheat per acre, 'a bale of cotton, of the "rat" as a protection teresting and Instructive play will be alfalfa, and in fact any crop that you lagalnst Injury was destroyed in the teen at tho Lyric on Thursday, Nov. wish to plant I also have several inwoop of a band of rampant bees good tenant houses scattered over "when Mrs. Carlton Headrlcksoa was 10th. tho City of Hickman that I will sell (frightfully stung, Last year about the same time Heaat a bargain, also 75 head of good FOR SALE: Lot 21-in the Hen- mules, three years old in the spring, drlcksoa was similarly attacked aa he was about to pick beans, and this year ry Addition; ono of tho best over 15 and a to there. Price $75. Apply at Courier lot of suckling colts, besides 60 or he decided to turn the picking-ove- r his wife. office CO good brood mares and some fine jersey cattle, also 60 good work mulo English Queen Honored. ' London. Tho queen has become aa Of High Degree. In buying from me you buy direct heaorary member of the Royal BritA little girl of old New York descent. In whose presence the family from the owner, having no commis- ish Colonial Society of Artists.' glories were often talked about, was sions to pay some dealer. overheard lately rebuking her pot kitten. Holding pussy by her oto paws, For further particulars call on 8. "Tempest and Sunshine" to bp seen and looking her full In the face, she L. DODDS, Hickman, Ky. at the Lyric on Thursday, Nov. 10, remarked: "I'm ashamed of you. is a dramatization of Mary J. Holmes' Kitty, for being so naughty, and Just popular novel of the satno name preyour grandmother was a Mai- think, Our mill is running every day. sented by V. P. Mann. You will Bot be disappointed If you J oome to our mill for shingles. Yates Groceries at Moore's. ft Kirk galagls C. The COURIER lor the news. rep-mtatl- Straight Flour Best Wheat Bran, per 100 lbs The best Light Coal Oil, per gal Best Northern Irish Potatoes, per bus : 4 i J w 75c 68c 62c 1.25 L i I ioc 85c ? Have you ever gotten such prices as these in Hickman or anywhere else As I f have quit the wholeialc business wan: to rjlve my customers the advantage of wholesale prices. Some merchants are kicking about this but If you will stay with Moses the Jew he Mil give you the benefit of wholesale prices. ' Now I am going to give the man, woman for child $10.00 In gold as a Christmas present who buys and pays cast for the largest amount of goods. Who knows but you will be the one m get this Christmas presr ent. Or I will give Instead of the gold a watch guaranteed by Schlenker, the Jeweler. Come and see me and whisper In my eaf and I will know you want a bargain and then you will get a bargain Inf all kinds of merchandise. My prices are no seecrot but come and see ml and save money. 25-y'a- j ' I . BLUE FRONT, West Hickman, Ky. Honest i"W t ose .4..4A4(,444tMl lN-- ?3 H5532? i; " : f,r3Ss AkMllssslmL h444 i. P. 8. If you trade for cash as much as '0,Co('orth at one time I will make.v you a present of the Hickman Courier for one year In order that ycfi may read my advertisement and save your money by buying from me.- - It will not be my fault you do not trade with me but youwlll lose money If you do not. Do as you like. i WWWm4I'