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"P tbB .SECTION 3-- ws A BLUE HARE mrnm tbnt your at ncrlptlon tm expired Itenew promptly If you want the pnperto come to yon rtfter this month HERE i u1 ! NO. U7 VOLUME fit OLDKBT PAPER IN WE8TERN KENTUCKY HtU ot SuccBSS. Tho Connor haa a Spankin' DoodTBam. Groaso the Rxloa of Your Wagon", Old Man, and Lot's Hitch Up WHOLE HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1910. no. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR aoao lHfH Mrs, Elizabeth Cole. Farmers Institute. Pay It Now. We are requested by M. C. nankin, Aim. KllzaboUt Colo, possibly the Tho dlfforont partlos that havo oldest rosldont of lllukinnii. dltnl at Commissioner of Agriculture of Ken- subscribed to tho lovoo fund nro not her homo In West lllckmnn, Monday tucky, to announce that KnmrerB' In- paying as promptly as thoy should, stitute for Fulton County will bo held and, on afternoon at 1 o'clock, of typhoid thla account, tho building of In IHokman on Doc, 2 and 3, 1010. and tho Infirmities of old ng. this lovoo Is bolng dolnyod. Wo havo The orjjnnhar for the Institute will sent notices to each "Mm. Colo was 7C yuan old and land and every subbeen a roBldunt of tlite aity slHoe be here about the middle of Novem- scriber advising that Uio banks of ber, at which Umo tho program will Hickman would recolvo Uils money. isr.2 68 yoars. be arranged. Wo have now arranged to havo somo 8ho U urvlvud by four children Wouldn't It bo a good Idea to get Individual call on tho ones that have John Colo, of Memphis; Ghas. Cola, not paid for Uie purposo of collectof Hlylhuvillo, Ark.; MIm Kate and up something special for this ing the amount thoy havo subscribed, Iuli Colo, of Uil city. and when they are called upon to All tho oiillilron with the exception fe-f-er Ellison Bros. Wo aro most tickled to death up at our house this week. Sallie, tho cook, Mrs, Ellison, Ruth and myself, and Just because wo'vo found a flour that makes tho most dollghtfJl biscuits iraaginnblo and wo use NO BAKINO POWDER, NO IJUTTERMILK or SODA, NO SWEET MILK or SALT, and tho biscuits aro light, whlto and flaky, tho kind that most molt In your mouth. And tho cook and the others aro Uckled because tho biscuits aro so easily made, whllo I'm tickled because I'm OOINO TO SAVE AT LEAST FIVE DOLLARS ON EVERY BAlUlEIi OP FLOUR. of Chan. Cola, who oould hoi be roach 1 by telegraph, wero bum Uik week. Funeral services wwe hold at th t'athollo ohuroh, of wbleh fc wm h dv voted member, Tuesday atfornoott ly Father Guerlu, Uie pastor. DotmI at Uie Oily Cemetery. The boroaved children have the vyinpalhy of the eotnwunlly. Quiet Home Wedding. Wednesday evening, OcL 80. at the borne of the bride. Mine VirtaH MIlMr ami G. Hrrol MeGehee wore wade man and wife, by the Hev. Wood, of Cayce. The parlors were deeornled with haneysuekle ami efcrys- aatlMMUMM. Hwcene Alexander and MIm Jewell, of CMnton. attendants. The bride 1 the eldest daushter of Y. A. M liner, a prominent farmer of Crutcfafield neighborhood and the groom Is the etdeet ohlld of our well known friend, W. D. Mcdehee. The wedding march was rendered by MIm Hddlngs, Ira Little, couln of the bride, oscortlng her to the piano. Mrs. McGehee ia an accomplished, winsome litfle lady. Fur Ui they will make their home with (be groom's parents. They reoelved many Imwliome presents of silver, oblna and cut glaee, also flite linen. May Cod smile on this union and bless them with health and prosperity. After the ceremony was pronounced thoy partook of a bumptuous p?-ent ro-pa- let IS10. Rush Greek Items, MIm Maytno McCMIan W. In Improv- ing Mrs. TVnn., K. Smith, of llartlelt. 1io haa been vkrUog her Mrs W.. I). McGebee. returned to r. pay, we Would bo very much pleased to have thorn arrange to pay this subscription, as we cannot go to the excuse of making the second visit Tills levee can not be built nor started until all of the funds subscribed lwv boen paid, nnd unless the funds thnt have been subscribed are not paid promptly It will be too late to get this lavee completed be fore we havo another overflow Trust that each and every man that has subscribed will come forward and pay Uio amount that be hns subscribed without delay so that the work may be started at onco C. L. WALKER, Chairman Loveo Hoard. t It may be, that you don't havo any idea how much It costs for Raking Powder. Well, If you uso Royal or Dr. Prlco's It will cost you over $5.00 for ovory barrol of flour And If you buy buttermilk to make your biscuits, flguro out what it costs you. With LIGHTNING SELF-RISINFLOUR jou save all this. G Now, If you'll let mo send you a sack to try, and you say It Is not all I tell you It Is, I'll send and get It and it won't cost you a cent. BEECH NUT BREAKFAST BACON U another good thing wo got I took It home to try and I'll novor eat any other brand of BREAKFAST DACON as long a3 I can get Beech Nut. It has tho very finest flavor and Its all eatablo and good. In fact, its simply delightful. Put up In Tumblers. If you'll try a tumbler, you may send it back after trying It If you say It Isn't tho best you over ate. In f hr homo Saturday last. Arthur Tueeday from list Mprtitss, Ark.. whn they haw btm since Aug. 91. Mr Stem U Iwjwiived (148)1117. she Sns zzi viie rcturacd thinks. Dan Darto eMMran who hore Uoh m k have about recovered Mm. Cm. Roper who hM bad dlohUoBa, to w-again. Mm. Klmu McCleltan l on Uie tick llat Mr and Mrs. Joe CroaUc are improving TW oung In fant of Mr ami Mrs Thomas, died Passion, purity and lovo. A tender, touohing story, beautifully told, elaborately staged, presented by prom inam actors in living characters, Is the dramatization of Mary J. Holmes' " popular novel, "Tempest and to bo soon at tho Lyrio on Thursday, Nov. 10th. Sun-shlno- this week. Ulggost lino of stoves In Hickman, prices rango from 3 to $2G, both wood and coal, at the St. Louis Co. Wc can savo you from 2C to CO per cent If you buy hero. Fur-rilshlr- Moro MAPLEINE in this week. FRESH OYSTERS and thoy aro very flno. More FLORIDA ORANGES, WINE SAP APPLES and GRAPE FRUIT. Tuoday. A few friends nnd relatives of tho Our 20o cotfeo Is a world-beatecouple were Invited Thursday night try It Bottorawortb & rrathor. to a rtMwptlon at Mr. McOoheo'a homo FRESH CANDIES from Now York this week. Chocolates kinds. Ym know the prlco Is but 10 cenU 'a pound and C cents ter pound. of cU a quar- Lee Ellison r -- It takes over $5.00 worth of High Grade Baking Powder to make up a Barrel of Flour into Biscuit. YOU SAVE ALL THIS WITH port- Ellison Standing Uio in Grave. Railroad Incorporated. Cayce. Lightning Self-Risin- g For this makes the most delightful biscuit and flaky, and you use Flour light, white No Baking Powders No Buttermilk or Soda No Sweet Milk or Salt Just work in the lard, mix with water and put into a hot oven to bake. FLOUR We will send you a sack of LIGHTNING SELF-RISINto try, and if you are not satisfied with it send it back and it will cost you nothing. Price, per sack of 24: pounds, G A special from Burnsldes says that dying request of Rov. E. O. minister of PuHanks, a laski county, was that ho bo burled standing up. Ho had been 111 six wcoks of typhoid fovor, and his relatives tried to porsuado him to agreo to tho regular method of burial, when It was realized that death was near nt band. But ho held out that his gravo muBt bo dug oftor tho fashion of a postholo, and In tho presonco of a largo coucuurso of sorrowing friend his request was compiled with. Ho said that on judgment day ho desired to bo standing upright. well-know- n Articles of Incorporation of Uio C, Mrs. Mary Cruco Is on Uio sick list. M. & O, Railroad, the now road that H. P. Johnson was In Hickman SatIs building from Tlptonvillo to Hick- urday . man, wero filed in tho offico of counMrs. Nora Naylor was In Frankfort ty clerk Roper Uils week. thl3 week. School Is not In session this week The capital stock of tho road Is $25,000, tho par value of tho stock be- on account of diphtheria. Misses Mary and Pearl Johnson ing $100 a share.. Tho Incorporators and tho shares hold by each aro: Jno. Wntklns, New York, 125 share S. G. Latta, Dyersburg, C2 shares E. Rico, Dyersburg, C2 shares. Wm. A. Buckner, Now York, nono. R. E. Rico, Dyersburg, nono. J. O. Clapp, Dyersburg, none. The object of Uio company according to tho articles of IncorpoarUon is to construct, maintain and operate a railroad, and tho prlnclplo plnco of business and tho offices of tho company aro to bo located at Hickman. Tho board of directors, who will op- orato and manago tho road arc, S. G. Latta, E. Rice, Jno. II. Wntklns, J. C. Doylo and Wm. A. Buckner. Tho compnny Is Incorporated for a torm of 99 years. Managor J. T. Dillon announces tho early appcaranco hero of Uio dramatization of Mary J. Holmes' most popular novel, "Tempest and Sunshlno." Nothing llko It has over been offered and ovory man, woman and child should soe It. Outside of its dramatic valuo and neat comedy It teaches a lesson equal to any sermon over delivered from tho pulpit. This Interesting and instructive play will bo soon nt Uio Lyric on Thursday, Nov. wero in Union City Tuesday. Little Mary Mayfleld, of Hamburg, Ark., is vlslUng relatives hero. v LItUo Ruth Whlto sprained her wrist whllo at school playing Tuesday . Little Wlllio Mai Lannon has diphtheria, but Is doing nicely at tills writing. Misses Myra nnd Zona Scearco and Will Morris visited relatives in Cayco last week. Messrs. Daisy Bondurant and Em Johnson, visited Mrs. Mill Jeffreys Wednesday. Misses Eula Leo Ollvor and Imo-genCnshon visited Mrs. Nora Naylor Saturday night . Paul and Raymond Powltt, of tho Palestine neighborhood, wero In Cayco Sunday night. Guess whoro? . o i1 Remember, if you want Uiat West Hickman loveo you must pay NOW Uio amount subscribed. hi It will bo noticed in ono of Ellison Bros, ads In this Issue that thoy claim to savo you ?5 on a barrel of flour under certain condlUons. Tho prlco of a barrel of tho best flour 13 only $G.7G. Tho reador will naturally think that It Is tho prlntor's mistake It Is no mistake. L. P. Ellison makes tho statement as printed In tho aJ and Its up to him to niako' It good. Last Thursday ovonlng, Mrs. R. L. Bradloy entertained a number of frlonds at Rook, In honor of her sis-toMrs. Martin, of Decatur, Illinois. Fudgo was served during tho games, nnd later an excellent salad couras. Tho guests wero, Mrs. Martin, C. L. Walker, W. C. Speor, J. C. Soxton, F. M. Caso, Nlm Walker, E. E. Reoves, J. M. Hubbard, Roy Clark. II. N. Cowglll. Magglo Randle, J. A. Thomnson. Nannlo Kingman, E. B. Prathor, C. B. Travis, R. B. John- ,Bon, J. L. Amberg, C. S. Driver, C. O. Schlonkcr, J. T. Stephens, T. A. Lodford, II. C. Barrett, J. W. Roncy, Honry Sanger, S. M. Hubbard, and Misses Noll Rogers, Bottlo and Alllo Dodds, and MatUo DoBow. I r, Mes-damo- s, 95c Ellison Brothers Exclusive Agents A. A. McCary, ono of Uio Courier's good friends who has been at Hot Springs soveral wcoks for tho boneflt of his health, sent to J. C. Ellison this week two specimens of Arkan sas products a centlpodo and tarantula. Tho former is ono of Uie most poisonous creatures known. Winn aggravated ho oinlts poison from hU feet and should this como In contact with tho flesh it simply eats It out very much llko a cancor. Tho taran10th. tula's blto Is also deadly. Thesn "Tempest and Sunshine" to bo seen specimens may bo soon In tho show at tho Lyric on Thursday, Nov. 10, window of Helm & Ellison's drug is a dramatization of Mary J. Holmes' storo. popular novel of tho same namo presented by W. F. Mann. If you wear pants, let tho Ellto Club press thoni. Voto next Tuesday. i u I m '' -- P ,..y "My""''' rw"r TWf"l' 'PlIW it Local $ Miss Estcllo Roneau is on tho sick Chats R, B. Scearco was ovor from Cayco Tuesday. BSftllM IWlMlMlg EVERY GENTLEMAN Should Be list. M3ss Victoria Nelson vlsitcU M Bon Powoll, at Mrs. Miss Cliarlotto Hubbard Is visiting in Nnshvillo, Fulton, this wcok. ?1.G0 Fashionably Dressed Boys Suits, correct patterns, prices, Bros. stylos, latest to ?4.C0. Sull-va- n Send the Courier to your friend from home. COc. Mrs. C. T. Bondurant roturned Sunday morning from n fow days' visit In St. Louis. Sample Shirts, $1 values, our prioo Sullivan Bros. We today Judge Men by the Clothes they Wear, the Miss Annie Cowgill is tho guost of Nashville relatives. -- J ! R 1 Sam Hicks, who Uvea near Ilevier-ton- . mas only partially covered by $IM lost a flno stock barn and crib Insurance It took somo tnerxtllc and contents by flro Saturday after work to save Mr Hick's dwelling. A well known business man sugnoon about 6:30 o'clock. The barn A. number of big planters and busi- gests that Hickman should havo a Th IndlOHtkHW are that at Danville, 111., Nov. J. Three per- contained 400 bushels of wheat 00 ness men havo already agreed to bonded warohouso to tako caro of 18 tons of hay. nnd a of our ablMt awl mt hhm cotton next year and tho con- sons, ono of them a woman, aro sus- bushels of oats, build another cotton gin here next tho year. Geo whllllkens, how Hickman tinually Increasing crops. Looks like pected of being connected with the about 9100 worth of farm raaahlnery. will delar for tfao Sat 8MMUJtMt murder of Mrs. Elslo Cochran, beau- There wero fifty barreU of corn In as soon as tku slssction la ovr Is coming. a good 'scheme tiful wifo of an Illinois Central em- the crib The barn was valued at Than will W sohh from PuHofl. sow ploye, whoso mutilated body was $1000 and the crib 1160. Tho loo from Graves Monday ovonlng. Miss Frankyo Roid ami low from Hickman. Hannibal Nchols, ono of tho oldest found in a Hold southeast of the city citizens in tho vicinity of Fulton, ontertained a number of friends at Friday ovening. All of thorn, it is aldied Sunday after a short Illness. Kook in honor of Miss Mattlo Sulli- leged, are under survolllance, alHe was 82 years old. His wfo pro- van, of Mayfield. Thoro woro throe though evidenco to warrant their arceeded him In death only a fow wek tables. Two courses .consisting of rest has not been obtained. Welsh Rarebit and olives and brick The ovldonco on which this theory Col. C. L. Walker and family. Miss- cream and cako woro sorvod. The Is based was obtained by Sheriff Hoi- es Llzzio Amberg, Ruth Klmbro and guests were. Misses Mattie Sullivan, mlck, who drovo to tho sceno of tho Frankyo Rold went to Slough Land- Virginia Prathor, Humor Greon, Irono crime with a horso and buggy ho being Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Helm, Louise Atwood, Lucile Bondu lieves was used to tako tho young Rube Cates. Miss Laura Brown ac- rant, Cecil Barnos, Ruth Walker, Lau woman on her fatal midnight ride. companied them, visiting Mrs. Chas. ra Brown, Leah Barry, Ruth Klmbro Tho animal was found standing ou the street and in tho nbsonco of tho Bunton, In Tlptonvillo. and Swan Naylor. owner tho shoriff took chorgo of It and went direct to tho point where tho terrific death struggle took place Horse Tested at the Sceno. One of tho shoes was takon off tho : horse, and this was fitted oxactly Into ; tho tracks in tho mud, near where the : body was found. As a furthor test, ; the animal was placed la tho oxact ; position tho authorities bcllave it oc: cupied when the murder was commitComing now rapidly at : ted and left with tho reins hanging loose Tho sheriff then took up a po; sition whero the body of Mrs. Coch; ran had lain, and, drawing his re: volver, fired two shots. Tho horso ; stood Quietly and took no notico of tho explosions, although the weapon Shoriff Hclmlck used was of larger callbor than that employed to kill Mrs. Cochran. Tho theory of tho sheriff is that Mrs. Cochran was driven to tho sceno of her murder and that sho then was dragged from tho buggy and killed, while tho horso stood by quietly, by tho report of tho shooting. : ; The authorities havo declined to : ; glvo out tho names of tho men they : suspect or of tho woman, who, they ; : in great and ever increasing think, Is married and was actuated ; first-cla- ss : by Jealousy In her desire for tho : variety now being shown at : death of Mrs. Cochran. They bellovo ; : that this woman and tho other man ; at popular prices : : : : they suspect either wero at tho sceno : ; of tho crime as witnesses, or that : ; thoy know It was committed. : ; Tho horso, which was put through . tho tests Is owned by Fred Garner, : ; family ; that you'll be sorry you missed if you neglect to : member of Ina politics. Ho told and prominent tho : ; sheriff and tho pollco that tho horse visit our store. : ; was put in tho stable at 10:30 o'clock : : on tho night of tho murder and that : j; when ho saw it in tho morning, it COME IN AND LOOK : boro no evidenco of having boon : taken out. If It was driven during the night, he asserts, It was without his knowledgo. Ho denlos that ho know Mrs. Cochran. Mrs. Cochran Is Traced. Hickman Harness Co. for Horso Chas. Robert Cravens, aged 30, a It has been ascertained that Mrs Blankets and Lap Robes. Missouri farmer, and Mrs. Althlo Low Cochran did not entor the buggy in Is, also of Missouri, wero married at which sho rodo to her doath near hor Ruby Keiser was arrosted this wee the Court Houso Saturday by Judgo home, as was supposed. Investigation for shooting into a residence. Ac- Naylor. This Is tho third attompt on has dovoloped that aftor leaving a cording to tho story told a Courior strcot car near her homo, at 11:30 man sho Is smitten on ono Rubo the matrimonial seas for both par- p. m. Thursday, sho boarded another ties. Morrlwcther, a former employe of the car and rodo to a point near tho homo THE HOME OF THE BROWN SHOE laCledo Hotel, and was seized with S. T. Roper, County Clerk, and of Qarnor and A. J. Brown, both of a fit of jealousy when sho saw an- Goaldor Johnson, Sheriff, havo been whom wore examined by tho pollco on other woman reposing in tho lap of busy this week delivering tho ballots the theory that they could throw light her inamorata, and fired five shots and ballot boxes for tho election to on tho mystery. It is bcllovod by tho bo held next Tuesday. Mr. Roper is police that sho met somo person by at tho couplo. appointment in that neighborhood and In Fulton today delivering ballots for Hickman is Just onterlng a prosthat this person is responslblo for hor perous new era growing lu every re- tho precincta in tho eastern end of death. Brown is tho street car motorman specttwo new railroads coming in tho county. who lost his position a week ago and other worthy enterprises knockLast Friday afternoon, Master Joo of his meetings on tits car with " ing for admission and tho progrcsslv Amberg entertained a number of his QTJ-.XjITho Mrs. Cochran. Brown denied put their shoulders to llttlo frionds at a birthday party in Baw Mrs. Cochran Thursday that clement should night tho wheel and seo that the Missisalpp celebration of bis fifth anniversary. Tho homes of Mr. and Mrs. Brown Valley Transportation Co, is one Tho dining room was suggestive of and Darner woro closed all day Suntho next permanent fixtures for Hallowe'en, tho room being darkened day and at night Hickman. If you can't tako but ono and lighted with candles, with n largo sharo of this stock (this company Is pumpkin In tho center of tho table Ed Braswell and Miss Nclllo Jones asking no bonus), take that. With filled with apples. Cream and cako wero married at the homo of John three railroads and two boat lines, wero served, and Hallowe'en favors Broadhurst on Oct 20, by Judgo W. Hickman will forgo to the front presented. A. Naylor. L. W. Carter, a head pushor of tho Mrs. W. D. Hutchison, of Martin, Columbian Woodmen, was hero a fow visited Mrs. T. M. Rico Saturday and days this week. Sunday. You may bo moral without being re Miss Molllo Allen spent tho first ligious, but you cannot bo religipus of the week with Mrs. Will Stephons, without being moral. at Fulton. You can got correct styles in mens The extromo sonso of porfcctlon in Suits and the prices range from f 6.C0 some mon is tho greatest obstaclo to to $11.50, at Sullivan Bros. tholr buccoss. Mrs. W. T. Bondurant, of route 3, A number of nutting parties spent Is isiting her sister, Mrs. II. Q. Sunday In the uppor bottom and in In Madison, Miss. tho Missouri woods. John Cole, of Memphis, came in Waller Whipplo and Miss Fay Monday to tho bedsido of his mother Hampton, of near Woodland Mills, arriving a few minutes after sho died. wero married Sunday. Mrs. E. C. Carter was called to tho Miss Lucllo Bondurant has returned bedsido of her srandson at Marvel, from n visit to hor sister, Mrs. Hardy Ark., but at last reports ho was im- Ligon, In Union City. proving. Mrs. P. W. MoKeol and son, Paul, In five years wo will havo street roturned to Mayfield Tuesday after cars. Mark that prediction, provided a week's visit to D. B. Wilson and of course, tho boosters keep fomly. INTERNATIONAL carry the stamp of Fashion and give the Wearer Distinction and Preference. THEY; .COST NO MORE THAN THE ORDINARY Our store is'brimful of the seasons best things in Men's Shoes, Hats and Furnishings, and Ladies Shoes and Hosiery. I httr in We-ouffljf rt i M It fou only the bes cv wnen you ask u to see the hew SWANN HATS. UiTiiaf H Millet & Alexander! Hcad-to-Foot Outfitters. WIMIM will either bo tt nlco (ltd scrap or It will bo a good quiet horn ThtTD Mystery Unraveling, affair. Mors Blankets nnd lap Rob HtakwAn Harness Co. lon lut at Mrs. Nannie Cbenault, of Banlwrii Ur veiling her slstr. Mrs J Noouon. i One Price to All Every Article Guaranteed 1 STORE OIF1 QrTTAXsrirsr jiVr MiMMMrtpirtrtiftrtiftiftgl NEW GOODS; E. R. Ellison's The Brown Shoe Co, OUR BROWN LINE of Mens goods has been PfYXfk CASH STORE Cold Weather Specialties h before the trade for years, and each year have won them more friends and wearers. Why? They are made on the latest and most stylish lasts, out of sole and upper leather that cannot be surpassed for the price, and being put together by workmen, they give what every wearer of shoes is looking for SERVICE Good T3.:o.g;s well-to-d- o i BROWN'S MARK, found and stamped in the shank of all shoes made by them. It is known throughout the United States, and is one of the worlds best known marks in shoes. WWVWWWWtWVWWMWWWMlW TRY A PAIR of them and you will join the Brown Shoe Co. Army. CO. AT CURLIN'S One be-cau- STODRZE OIF1 EVery Article Guaranteed Prico to All IE. .Cl. -- j- Sim- - flH W.INIWWT 'p rsv ;rprftir"r. jn 'fnf "'"TfJBjIf J' " ' "HWf ;sfs saof-sT"-- - ' . T5ppi 0MMUirtjMlrtilirtrt A PLAN 10 B EXTEND T WINS H PRIZE Chat with Ed. and John The plumbing and tinning builnen It betel with obstacles. EXPRESS STRIKE UNION MEN ARE TRYING MAKE TIE-UCOUNTRYTO BUYS 8TRANGE MONOPLANEAND MAKE8 8ENSATIONAL FLIGHT. Grahame-Whlte s Protests Theatens to Lower Time and Claim Thomas F. Ryan Award. Uolmont Aviation Field, 'N. Y., Nov. 1. Occasionally a new customer will atk ut to flguro on Ms work. the figures, he probably tells us he knows of a plumbWhen tie get er that will do his work for "a lltttle less." Wo may lose his first Job but his next work comes to us. WIDE. I When he takes the first degree, he learns that low prlcees and poor work go hand In hand; upon being brought to light In tho 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 lets. Therefore quality Is remembered long after prlcees are forgotten. Our plant la not the biggest, fattett nor oldett In the state, but we are prepared to meet all reasonable demands. We employ flv men and every one of ut work dlltlgently to meet every promise we make. Our work Is all guaranteed to please the customer not tho plumber. Our Jobs are never flnlthd until the customer Is satisfied. Wo would like to figure with you on plumbing, tinning, country water works, heating, steam fitting or anything In our line. You will save money by letting us do your work right on the start. If we can't do It and do It right, we will tell you so. Hickman Plumbing and Tinning Company. Now Located Just West of the Hickman Ice Plant. CALL AND SEE US Money to Loan. loan monoy on farm lauds In and Weakley Counties, Tenn and In Pulton County, Ky. About one-haltho cash vahie of a farm will U loaned. Loans wade In sums of $1,000 or mora for five years with privilege to borrower of paying same afuir ouo year In full or waking any klio partial payment desired at Intervals of six months after the expiration of ouo year, Interest taring stop-po- d on partial payment made. Call on or wrtto O. 81'ltADLIN, Attorney tf Union City, Tenu. I f Farms for Sale, Fine Farming Land for Sate on Easy Tteerms. Desiring, to havo decided land and will In the world Lets' Wake Up, Tho Courier U In reoelpt of a let-to- r from J. W. Drown, representing tho Mississippi Valley Transportation Co., saying that be will be In Hkk-maIn a short lime to make a last and final otfort to get up the money his company asks ua to spend for terminals in Ulokmau. Orer half of this amount haa been subscribed, and of till tilings, wo should not fall to make up tho other half. n Real Estate Bargains. Bolow I quoto sonio of tho boat bargains over offered In Kulton county, Ky., and Obion county, Tenn., lands: No. 1. One farm of 105 acres, 3 rnllos from Hickman In Oblou county, Tenn. 100 acres cloarcd, all lore!, clear of tree and stumps, thoroughly restiled; 2 good barns, good idence, and all other necessary I'rlco tG2.tO per aero. No. 2. Ono farm of 250 aoroa about 13S cl oared, 7 good tonant houses, all unclosed now wlro fonco. Nearly nil tiled, lot of good morchantublo timber on land not cleared, l'rlco la SCO per ncro. This plnco Is 2& mllea from Hickman in lowor bottom. No. 3. Ono farm of C2 nuros three miles below Hickman, noat houso, about 12 acres cleared nnd lot of good timber on uncleared land. l'rlco SCO por acre. No. 4. Ono farm of 170 acres, flvo miles from Hickman on tho Dyers-bur- g road about 100 acres clonred, a bout CO acres lovol, bnlanco hill. This Is nlco Improved farm, good house, 2 good barns, nlco orchnrd, froo delivery and telephone Price 320 por This can bo mado n flno Block farm. No. C. Ono farm of 200 acres, six mllos from Hickman on Dyorshurg road, about half cleared, balance lu Umber, good houso and barn, good orchard; well Improved. Prico 120.00 por ncro. I havo sovcral othor farms listed also Bomo West Illckmnn houses and lota which Is going to ho lovlod soon. I also havo about 3000 ncrcs of land 3 to 4 miles abovo Hickman in upper bottom .This land overflows but produces raoro than any land In Fulton county; sovoral cloarod farms. Prices S8 to S1G por aero. Call on or address tno ut Hickman, Ky. B. Q. HALE. got out of business, I to soil off all of my offer some as tluoland on almost any terms that n purchaser may desire. No. 1. I havo ono farm of 200 cse-iui- f silo serin cf Dodds' Switch on N. C. & St, L. Ily., ono half ratio oast of East Hickman Switch, 1C0 acrco in cultivation, bnl anco in timber, mostly flno pecans. RIVER ISLAND BURNING Alt of this land is abovo overflow pecan land. Has a largo barn Grain and Peat on Isle In 8acramento ojeept two houses and a stable. Has boon River Ignited by Electric in clover and pasture for tho last 4 Power Wire. years. 111,000 will buy this proper Cal., Sacramento, Nor. l Tho ty, IS or 20 per cent cash, balance, ono to twonty years if doslrod, at tf breaking of an eloctric power wlro sot flro to Drannon Island, four miles per oont Intercut. bolow Sacramento, In tho Sacramento No. 2. Farm of 90 acres bolow rlvor. Not only tho grain growing os Hickman, all In cultivation, 3 houses tho surface, but tho Island Itself, and good barn, 2 miles from Hick which Is of peat formation, Is blazing. havo been Moro than 40 ncro man on good public road. This ploco burned and as the flro Is far back on Is known as tho Laudcrdolo farm. tho Island, which contained nearly Will toko C0 por acre, same terms 7,000 acres, it Is bollevod It will be as abovo. necessary to allow it to burn itself out. No. 3. Ono place of 240 acres, 7 good tenant houses and a nice Drugged, Scares Off Thief. all In cultivation, ten acres In Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 1. Ilolllng out alfalfa, good poach orchard, and of bed after sho had been drugged good barns. This ploco Is known as by him, Mrs. W. J. Michel frightened tho Johnson placo. Prico 1CG.00 por a burglar who was working on a lower door of her homo. Tho man fled, aero. leaving $2,000 worth of Jowolry and No. 4. Ono farm of COO acres, 1C0 valuablo clothing, after taking $25 and acres In cultivation, balance deaden two diamond rings valued at J 5 00. ed except morchantoblo timber, five Giant In Play Like Roosevelt miles from Hickman, seven London, Nov. 1. In this year's prico is Uimnt houses, throo barns, Drury Lane pantomime, "Jack and SCU for cloarod land and $40 for un tho Deanstalk," which will bo probetcleared. This Is picked land and duced on Iloxlng day, the Giant, tho tor cannot bo found. Dully Chronlclo announces, Is to bo made In the llkonoss of RoosovolL No. C. Ono farm of 35 acres ono mllos bolow Hickman, and one-hagood houso, stabloa, etc., prico J 85 an ncro. No. 7. Ono farm of 170 acres 3Va miles bolow Hickman, 1C0 acres In cultivation, balance In woods lot, 4 good houses, stabloa otc. Prico S7G per aero. cot-Utg- o, lf Although barred from winning tho Thomas P. Ityan prlzo of S10.000 for a night around tho Statuo of Libreturn SHOCKEDATLAWLESSNESS erty andGrnhamo-Whlt- oto tho aviation field, Claudo was expected j. to mako another flight across New Leaders Deplore Acts of Saturday-Age- nts York to provo that ho could lower tho time mado by John B. Molssant In Every Dig City Will Grahame-Whlt- e mado tho De Asked to Organize trip In 35:21 In his Employes. Ulerlot. Buying a machlno In which ho had nover flown beforo, MolBsnnt, by sensational driving over a crowded Now VorK, Nov. i To mnke the city, made the return trip In 21:28. Orohamo-Whlt- o demanded tho right oxprossmon's .strlko nntlon-widIs to try again, hut Molssant's protest now the aim of Vaton-tlnwas uphold by tho contest committee, Hoffman of tho International could Brothorhood of Teamstors. Ho got In which ruled that Urahamo-Whlttouch with Daniel J. Tobln of Indian- not fly twlco In tho samo contest This ruling, although popular with apolis, president of tho International, tho public, did not meet with tho apwho Is In lloston. It was decided to Instruct the proval of thoso who had studied the union's orgnnlzors In every big city rules, which contained no provision to limit tho numhor of flights. It was In tho country to organlzo all tho Should tho express com- regarded as altogether posslblo that Grabamo-Wblt- e would mako the trip, panies fall to acccdo to tho expressmen's demands, Mr. Hoffman said, and If ho should lower Molssant's these concerns will find that somo time, fllo a formal demand for tho 160,000 of their omployos will rofuso purso of S 10,000. to work. Call to Spread Strike. EXPLOSION INJURES HEN Tho union officers dotormlned' to call out all tho employes of tho small- Serious Accident Accompanies Coner oxprcss companlos In Greater Now flagration In Dig Apartment House In San Francisco. York and Jersey City who havo not been affected previously by tho 8an Francisco, Nov. 1. Sovonteen strlko. Hoffman suspects that many of thoso smaller com- persons woro sorlously hurt In an expanies havo been secretly carrying plosion during a flro In an Ellis street apartment houso. Four of tho numbundles of tho American, Wells-Fargand Adams Bxprcss companies. This hor woro newspaper men and tho othwill bring tho total of strlkors up ers wcro members of tho flro departfrom about C.000 to moro than 10,000. ment Delegates from tho drivers on Most of the guests had left the storo wagons announced that building beforo tho explosion occurred they probably would add their names and thoso who remained on tho upper to tho list of strlkors. Their firms, floors escaped on flro ladders. Capt they say, compel them to call at tho Josoph Cappelll and Jlosoman Thomas express company storehouses to got Hell of tho nro department wcro over-com-o by gas and wcro rescued by tholr own consignments, and In somo Instances carry parcels for others. their comrades. Tho explosion almost completely wrecked tho building. Unionists Shocked at Lawlessness. The strlko loadors say thoy wore shocked by tho extent of the lawlessAIRSHIP LINE ness of their mon Saturday nnd re- PLAN AN solved to carry out In earnest their of the precopt: "Use absolutely no vlo Officials Steamship Concern Form New lenco." Aero Company. o o o Vice-Presideo dry-gooDetroit-Cleveland V Stylish Serviceable Overcoats At $15.00 to $40.00 Aristocratic garments that have'a swing and style that are pleasing. We have them in a variety of models and fabrics at prices you'll appreciate. "Peck" Overcoats Included They are right in every point and have a'finish that is admirable. The new models are worth seeing. .' When you are here be sure and look at the exceptional Suit Values at $20.00 Eclipse Shoes for Men $3.50, $4, $5 Cleveland, O, Nov. 1. Tho first airship lino In tho United States will bo organized between this city and Detroit by tho Cleveland Aero company, composed of officials of tho Detroit and Cloveland Steamship company. This fact became known through tho formation of tho aero company. Tho new airship lino will bo put In operation as soon as possible. The distance from Detroit to Cleveland Is botween 120 and 126 miles as tho crow flics, although tho steamer route Is much longer, owing to the roundabout course which has to bo token. Stubbs Issues Defl. Kansas City, Nov. 1. Gov. W. It Stubbs of Kansas addressed a mass meeting at Convention Hall in Kansas City In behalf of the proposed statewide prohibition amendment which will bo voted on at tho November olectlon. "If any brewer or distiller," doclarcd Gov. Stubbs, "can show mo a saloon or open joint In Kansas, I will closo It at once or resign." Hawes Hats, all the new shades and shapes $3 Baltzer & Dodds INCORPORATED D. Q. Co. Grading Near Town. r C. T. Bondurant started a crew of men and twenty-ftvteams nnd scrap-ei- s to work grading on the roadbed of thho C. M. & Q. Railroad, at Dig Slough, a fow miles below Hickman yestorday. Ily this tlmo next week ho will probably havo double or troblo this number of mon at work. As tho tlmo for completing this work from tho stnto lino into Hickman Is now a llt-tl- o less than two months, It will bo Burled In Upright Position. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 1. When dy- necessary to push this work as raping tho Hev. E. O. Hanks, a promi- idly as posslblo. Tho greatest obstanent minister of Pulaski county, asked cle to bo encountored with tho work that ho bo burled In an upright posi- will doubtless bo getting onough men tion. Ho bad been HI six weeks of and teams. typhoid fever. HU request was compiled with. o a hundred lives havo been sacrificed to tho cyclono which swept tho southern shores and washed many bodies to undiscovered graves beneath tho sea. SAVE! i The Restless Earth Aro tho elements guilty of tyranny or Is tho earth restless? This is a question our scientists must answor. Earthquakes and cyclones, storms and tidal waves havo brought with They them death and destruction. havo passed, but tho dead romaln us pitiful rcmlndors of tho helplessness of man. It has boon a season of un usual calamity. No part of tho planet has been slighted. Tho earth has trembled, has stormed and has shook tho tides of tho ocean over unprotected communities. At a lato hour on Thursday night tho weathor bureau at Washington was active In sending out storm warn lngs. Along tho shores of tho great lnkes navigation is threatened. Lake" shippers havo been warned and nro tho worst. From Now Orleans warnings havo been flashed along tho gulf coast, proparlng tho gulf ports for tho coming danger. From Naples, Italy, comes tho that Vesuvius has awakened from his nap and Is grumbling again. From Arizona scientists aro sondlng tho first details of tho nowly discovered volcano, tho first nctlvo ono discovered In tho United States slnco tho country oxlstod. From Italy tho meager reports of tho past week indlcato that moro than ro-po- rt No. 8. Ono farm of 1700 aoros (ou main placo) flno barns, good houses, 100 acres In alfalfa, prices furnished on application. All of this land Is protected by tho lovoo and produces 25 to CO bushels What a magic word. destroy men. Mount Epomco, peaceful and quiet for more than COO years, has onco moro Indicated an ugly dream, and Is beginning to move uneasily. Etna Is smoking and not, according to our American custom, a plpo of peace. An earthquako has been felt In tho Northwest, In Chile, a town of ancient llnongo has been loft n pllo of ruins. In Japan a tidal wavo has swopt a vlllogo into tho sea and tho number of lives lost has nover been mado public, and probably nover will bo. Tho strangest of all is tho crater discovered In tho southern part of Arizona. It Is not dangerous. Tho earth trembles and is ovldcntly nauseated, for tho small volcano vomits up mud and cinders. Restlessness in tho human being la usually caused by Internal disorders, and there must bo something tho mat tor with tho vital organs of tho earth for tho exhibitions of resUessness show an acuto dlsordor, Commercial-Appeal- . It looks as if the elements of this restless earth had formed a trust to m fi 1 l of wheat per ncro, a bale of cotton, alfalfa, and in fact any crop that you wish 'to plant. I also havo sovcral good tonant houses scattered over tho City of Hickman that I will sell at n bargain, oIbo 7G head of good mules, throo years old In tho spring, and a 1C lot of suckling colts, besides DO or CO good brood maros and so mo flno Jorsoy cattlo, also CO good work mulo In buying from mo you buy dlroot from tho ownor, having no commis sions to pay eomo dealer. For further particulars call on 8. L. DODDS, Hickman, Ky. Our mill is running every day. You will not be disappointed If you come to our mill for shingles. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co, In 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. Big values in Gents furnishings at Sullivan Bros. Wo understand that the officials of tho new railroad from Tlptonvlllo to Hickman ore trying to buy tho baseball park in West Hickman, to bo used for depots, otc. This Is about tho only available ground wo know of suitable to tholr needs, and slnco tho park Is in litigation and of no value In Its present condltlou.wetrust the railroad company will bo successful lit Notwithstanding their negotiations. tho fact that tho grumbler and pesl mist has Insisted that Hickman would never havo another railroad, this road will bo hero almost boforo wo know It, And right on tno heels of Its completion, another will bo coming In. THE PEOPLES BANK originated the Savings Department in Hickman. Let it help you. They have a system second to none. Better inquire today. M i Ml II L J i . HimMssr -- LiiMf i"T -- fMf "PPVP" nwnWiHPUJWli Must Get Busy. NEW ELMS HOTEL BURNS I Loss at Excelsior Springs, Mo., Is Total, Amounting to $200,000, Tho Hickman Lovce Board mot last and 175 Guests Escape. night for tho purposo of taking stops Excelsior Springs, Mo., Nov. 1. to push tho collection of funds subscribed for building tho West Hick-ma- n Tho now Elms hotel, built about n was loveo. They havo decided to year ago at a cost or $ifu,uuu. origdestroyed by flro hero. Tho flro send II. C. Helm to each of those inated from an ash heap in the baso- who have not paid and try to get mont All tho 176 guests oscnped un this nionoy In at once, ns no work injured. It is thought the total loss can bo done until It Is paid. The will be about $!00.000. sooner this matter Is attended to, This city hns only a volunteer Ore dopartmont. tho sooner tho work will begin. I 0)uv jgtuni Reporter )Bee)C9S06gf Clara Belcher Co. ip Nov. 24, 25, 26. Moso Rurkott wns In Fulton, Tues n zs mi it Mr i day. Secretary of War Coming Home. Paris. Nov. 1. Jncob M. Dickinson, Kentucky, fair Thursday Weather: tho Amerlcnn socrotnry of war, Mrs. and Friday. party sailed for Now Bank, $1G00. Hickman Dickinson and York on tho Prlnco Wllhelm, from Tho Peeoples Bank, $125. Continues to fall; Cairo River: Farmers & Merchants Bank, $30G. Havre. Ambassador Bacon and rep- ijuage reads 6.1. of tho French war de resentatives This makes a total of $2,030 al- partment saw tho distinguished vis W. A. Htnshaw visited his mother ready collected. Tho Mongol Box itors oft at Paris. at Hast Prnlrlo last week. Company's money $6,000 Is ready, Have tho bag taken out of thoas which brings tho fund up to $S,030, Auto Upsets, Kills Three Men. San Ftancleco, Nov. 1. Thrco men trousers at the Ellto Pressing Club. leaving a balanco of $1,970 yet unpaid. A large portion of this could were killed nnd two badly Injured Boys Suits, correct styles, lato3t hnve been paid long ago and its a when nn automobile in which tbey patterns, prices, $1.60 to J4.D0. Sull-va- n wero riding turned over In a ditch Bhamo that tho matter Is being negBros. near this city. lected. B. Travis bought three lots in Remember, no contracts will bo let WANTEi Wood for cook stov. Richmond & Bond's new business subuntil tho money has boon depclfd division last week. Apply at this office In tho banks. Miss Mattie Sulllvnn loft yestorday Mr. Johnson, of Nashville, repreThoro is an unusual scarolty of lo for Fulton after several days visit was cal news this weok. senting the N., C. & St. L. R. It., with Sulllvnn Bros horo yesterday to confor with the com-pnn- y Mosdames R. T. Tyler, O. B. Board. Ho says tho railroad Tho best values you over saw in E. B. Prather, J. W. Rogers, will raise their tracks above Horse Blankets and Lap Robes. At Stephens and L. P. Ellison spent Hickman Harness Co. the high water, beginning, at Buchanan's corner and extondlng to the a very enjoyable day with Mrs. Jen- Mlse Maude WUltatnsbu and E. T. Mongol yards. It will all bo brought nlo Korlln, at Jordan, Tuesd:qr. Robey, of Hast Pralrla, Mo visited up level with tho Buchanan lot. SurJos. M. Bolar, well known In this in Hickman last week. veyors are here today getting tho level, etc. Mr. Johnson also said city and who has boon holding down Virgil Roberts bought a store buildthat they would havo tholr big steam a govornment Job on the Panama Ca- ing In Richmond & Bond's new busishovel down here Just as soon as nal for the post two years, orders ness last week. they could make a fow repairs on it the Courier sent to him at Atwator, Cbas. Page, an experienced prossur, which will probably bo some tlmo Cal. of Mayfleld, has accepted a position next week. Reports from the bodsldo of Mrs. with the Elite Preeelng Club. Col. Walker informs us that the II. Lamastus, today, aro not very enMosdames W. A. and Lon Naylor Board has been in correspondence couraging. It is thought sho cannot with contractors and will bo ready llvo but a few days at most. She and Miss Mayme Naylor spent afternoon in Union City. for work next week, provided the has a rising in tho head which Is balance duo is collected. They are being augmented by other compllca- CapL Koger and wife, of Paduoab. nlso figuring on making 2100 feet of tlons. arrived here yesterday to spond a few days with It. M. Isler and family. this Umo, tho banks havo collected as follows: Up to a n i i fMMMMMVMlftiHrtartliftJii T'S a good thing for us to have men who who are critical judges of clothes come here to see what we have; we like to show the skeptics, the fellows who think ready-mad- e clothes are not good enough, for them, what lO Oorrt I - : : : : : : JSLulsIc I We have a first class pressor In our employ. Give us a trial nt the Elite Club. Wllllo Winters. Mgr. O. Q. Wade and wife havo returned to tholr homo in Macon, Miss., after a visit with S. L. Dodds and family. We sell the McKINLEY EDITION of Popular, Standard and Classic : : : : : if Sheet Music MOST POPULAR EDITION PUBLISHED Mrs. S. J. Schmidt, who has been visiting hor grandson, Carl Schmidt, left fdr her homo In Union City Saturday. Hart Schaffner g. & Marx : : : : : : Prayer mooting at tho Baptist Church next Wednesday night, and possibly a business mooting at the sanio time. Mrs. Emma Robinson, of Fulton, was elected Worthy Grand Matron of tho Grand Lodge of Kontucky of Eastern Star. : : : or-de- er ; One Thousand Selections TEN CENTS A COPY Ask for Complete Catalogue. ; : : ; : h : : Miss Ellen Anderson, formorly of Is tho guest of Mrs. Allco Ambcrg. Sho will loavo In a few days for her homo in Covington, Tenn this city, are doing in fine clothes-makinThe fact is, the man who goes to a tailor when he can buy such clothes as these, ready, is behind the times ; and the man who prefers other ready-mad- e clothes when he can get these, needs educating. Suits $20 to $25 1 : : ; : : Local gins aro paying $4.80 for cot ton today. Union City is paying $4.90 for samo grade, or $5.00 for tho very best. Overcoats $ 8 to $25 1 YPYvrr. nut-shel- l, E. R. Ellison's fe- - itr "Ye At Times. "A fanner's llfo la often hard, Isn't j at time It la harrowing." MMMMMMIMMMMMMMW tii Quite m Relief. "She spoke to mo vory coolly." "You ought to br grateful to her. Ifa a hot day." At $ 6, $12.50 up to $18.50, we can show you a line of suits that will surprise you. Worsteds and cassimeres in this Falls newest colorings, and made to hold their shape and wear. Let us show you what a good, suit you can buy at a medium price. Boys Knickerbocker suits $2.50 to $8.50 Boys overcoats $2.50 to $ 0.00 1 ing 4,000 miles In 77 days. Eldredge's performance won him a purso of $2,000 offored by tho Boston Athletic club for Card Of Thanks. anyone covering tho 4,000-mll- e Jaunt within 100 days. Tho record for tho disF. M. Finch to D. T. Jonos, 100 tance had been hold by Edward Pay-so- n acres land, $7,000. Weston. Tho 77 days In which ho Wo deslro to thank thoso who wero covered the distanco wero walking 60 kind to us and our mother during Annio Jackson to A. S. Barkett, days, as ho rested on Sundays. Jicr last illness. It will novor bo for- - lots 248 and 249 in WestHlckman, 2,'otton. John Colo, $750. Handkerchief Case. Lush Colo. A novel han'ikorchlof caso consists Mrs. Ima Georgo to Jno. M. Ezell. Miss Kato Colo of two squares, n llttlo larger than a lot in East Hickman, $C4. folded handkorchlof, of cardboard, o R. L. Jackson to D. B. Wllfinn SK padded and covered outside with Tho Clara Belcher Co., ono of tho and lnsldo with silk, with a butbest repertoire companies that has acres land, $2300. tonholed edgo or a band of gilt galovcry visited this city, Is billed to H. C. Holm to Mrs. Dolla Carpon-tor- , loon The handkorchlofs go botweon open a return cngagomont at tho these, and the caso Is hold together by lot In Honry Addition, $137.50. Lyric Thanksgiving night Nov. 24, a circlot of silk rubbor with a lace Mary Touoso Said vs. Said Tonoso edging. 2G, 2G. They mado quite a reputaThis case is very convonlont for tion for themselves horo last year Said. Suit for divorce. Plaintiff's traveling, as It holds a number of they presontcd "Tho Heart of tiff's maldon namo was Nalfeh. when handkorchlofs and does not tako up An Indian." tho space of tho ordinary handkerchief Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. case. Duko S. Ganong, of Mississippi, Mongol Box Co. Api-a- l from Quar- Jjought a lot in Richmond & Bond's torly Court on a suit to recover back Sample Shirts, $1 values, our prlco now business lost week. J taxes. C0c Sullivan Bros. W, P. Taylor et al to S. I. lot In Fulton, $52G. Hey-man, cro-tonnn tho loveo of concrete, all of which TTTVTT1 will bo In the Mengel yards. Fulton County everything Is ready From In a for tho work to begin as soon as AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA tho $1,970 Is cracked down. If you Beat Record Across Continent aro on the delinquent list, do your J. C. Brann to Maye. F. Bonnott, San Francisco. Loworing all recbest to get off of it today. Let the lots In Fulton, $CE00. ords for tho walk across the contlnont, levee bo built beforo wo forever foryears old, Jack Eldredgo, twenty-siDunlap Murphy to Will Jarrott, lot arrived hore the othor day af tor coverfeit our last chance x 8wlss Cheese Sandwiches. Cut ryo bread vory thin and spread tightly with soft butter. Between tho slices lay thin slices of Swiss cheose Capitol spread with lightly seasoned in Fulton, $1B0. SMITH & AMBERG C. Crlcf, a"promInont" cltl-zoof Wickllffo, with n wlfo and children at homo, was caught In Pa- ducah with another man's wlfo and when tho lady In nlarm cried out that her husband would kill both of thorn, Crlco drew his pistol nnd started tho shooting. Two Innocent by standers woro his victims, but tho husband of tho "lady" mado a run for !t and oscaped injury. n John Friday afternoon, Mrs. F. M. Caso entertained a number of frionds at "500." A salad courso was served. Tho guests woro Mosdnmos 0. 8. Driver, C. O. Schlonkcr, E, B. Prn- ther, J. M. Hubbard, II. N. Cowglll, C, L. Walker, J II. Millet, Nannlo Kingman, F. S. Mooro, J. 0. Sexton, i k.'j-;.- " W. J. Ilnrry, T. T. Swanyo, Roy P. Jatton and wo hnvo to wntcii our colClark, 8. M. Hubbard, Henry Bangor, lections vory closoly. Clinton II. L. Brndloy and Mrs. Martin. Friday night, Mrs. Caso ontortalned nt Rook. Thoso present woro Mesdamesf Mrs. Frank von Borrics and sou. u. ualtzor, W. O. Spoor, C. L. Toddy, left this morning for LouisWnlkor, Nim Wnlkor, 8. L. Dodds,. ville, lo spond a month with relaT. A. Ledford, II. C. Barrott, John tives, nnd to attend tho wedding of Moachnm, J. C. Soxton, E. E. Itoovos Mr. von Borrlca' brothor. 8. M. Nalfeh and J. T. Stophons. A. snlad courso was sorvod. Beginning last Thursday tho of Engraving and Printing will Hallowo'on Jokers had tholr Inning tunv out 1,200,000 crisp now $1 bills Monday night. Whllo soaping some- of oaclu day until tho demand for notes tho down-towwindows, it was un- of thin denomination is satisfied. fortunate that thoy couldn't havo put somo on tho lnsldo of tho glass, By somo hook or crook tho nnmo of f fT. (3tli1ftti1rn ntwl ttla rlnnnllnn nf uu euuor nas noon uneasy for u $20 Uo tho loveo fund woro omitted B" UB uloro aro B .torn tho list published in tho Cour-dre- d dollar counterfeit bills 1 clrcu-i- j ,cr ,aut wook. On-zottBu-roai- r, n :.' a a C FOLKS NOW LtVINO In Kullon county will loll you t lint wo print more lornl newi tlmn any oilier nnpor In Ihli octlon ill Kentucky I THE HieKMAN . TBa" .that PuUa thB CommBTcial KO. .SECTON 1 nd VB .?"?. ! oldest paper in V0LUMI1 Wagon "P ths Hill eURIER. Crease the Axles of Your Wagon, Old. iM A BLUE MARS HERE mentis that jroar haa exnlred Ilenew promptly If yon wnnt the pnpe r to com to you after thli month at Succbsb. The Courier haa a Spankin' Good Team. Uan, and LbVb Hitch Up WHOLE KO. DT THE i. 51 wr.8Tr.KN kiintuokt 7 HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOV. 3, Balloon Disasters. Now 1910. ESTABLISHED 8080 TEAR 1HBM that Hawlcy and Tost, of Uio l, The New Narrow Suits 1 I rnrm rrrs Odd Fellows Notice, On Thursday night, Nov. 10. 1910 n mooting of Fulton Lodgv No. JH. I. O. O. K. need your prvwHic. Dusltioaa of vital liHrtt will b I 4 THEIDIFFERENCB. J J transacted, and it bolHxivwa FwJIoW to load LU &MkHaRt inwUne. Old nl this 8. D. LUTICN. N. O. J. T. DILLON. ?. hum and official oxponecs In Fulton county. It probably take all tholr f Mrs. JlRRfiqn Thoy itrreatod hor for extra cash to feather roll ileal ntmu took llko'that oreated for Fulton county' .ahopliftlng. Eho pint. a pair of gloves "red ' hcoklU" and others that luuil .and n pnpar of If sho had taken a Mrs. Jagson nt.d bo furnished a government tit sold watch and a diamond they'd havo rolcasod bar. She'd bavo boon a klop- fnmftnlftn thitn Our 20c cotfae la a vrorldbOator ,. try IL BoUorawortk & I'rathar. The Juggler. Tho lunlsr doet a turn io neat. Dut. atar all la wild. llond Nalfch Droit, biff ad. It Is "W (eat realli a full of bargalns Depend upon Id head. I Circuit Clerk Morria Informs us that tho present prooiHuvu uhJ economical Ilopubllcan administration in Uil Uto U mighty ctov nitrating tholr financial obltg&Uona. Not since last year liavo tby net tbulr Jury, wit- J - K s p r A r F2TSW5H35i 3is 1x52i..V4 v rSrfflg&rt V v-! vMm i WilHiiii il.liiH lliW .. iit'witll- - I UNDE:RWrEAR while givinjg warmth and comfort, without bulk, always fitsalways keeps its sh ape. V Athena 'flfri lost balloon America II., hnvo boon found, now that thoy nro boInR wln-eidined, lauded and praUud as men of tlm hour, It is tlmo to remind tho public thnt thoro hnvo boon other lost balloons long beforo this. Olio of U) most facslnatlng stories over told by tho lato Into Julelt.Vorno was "Tho MyHterioiiB Island " T9nt oiihiiIiik chapter detailed how a wild und unmanageable balloon, con tnlnlni,' it party pf federal offlcors. w.iH boltiK blown ovor tho dark waters of tho ooemi. only to find ut daylight that It was tangled In tho lojcuorft brunches of a palm troe in an unknown and unchnrted Island Tho rent of tho advunturo Involves piiffcs of lntoinw Intnrest to boyish readers. It wttA tho first romuntJc story of a lost balloon. There arc events of history, however, which vlo In oxclt-Inepisode with those of fiction. More than fifty years ago a couple of balloonist woro lost In tho wilds of Canada. In almost tho Identical region lu Uilch Huwley and Post landed. Thoy were Prof. La Mountain and John A. Haddock. On Sept 22, lRM.thoy ascended at Wntorton, N. Y . and drifted through tho , dark clouds of night ovor swooping forests Kvon through the dunk tho treotops could be looked upon as swiftly passing phantoms. For four dayu thoy wandered in tile wilderness, without food, beforo Uioy nero rosoued. Thoy were not supplied with foods, guns, fishing tacklo, provisloiiH and bodily comforts liko the present ozplorors. In September, 1S7D, Prof. John WIko ascended from St. Louis, in his famous Pathfinder. Tho balloon was last seen crossing Illinois. A week later tho body of one of the passengers woa washed aahoro from ILako Michigan. Nothing haa evor since boon heard of Wise and ndvtraoe of the. Pathfinder has ovor been discovered. It Is supposed both rest upon Uie muddy bottom of tho lake, or in soino hidden forest dopth of Canada. Washington II. Donaldson nnd n nowspapor friend ascondod In Chicago on July 15, 1875. Tho last seen of tho balloon wns a shadow of tho car swooping tho waters of Lako Michigan,. Lator a storm arose. Through tho gathering inlBts tho balloon was carried on nnd out of night. Nothing has over been hoard of It slnoo. So, all things considered, whllo Hawloy and Post, havo accomplished much, and, llko IUp Van Winkle, thoy aro both lucky men. Thoy slept In penco whllo the world was disturbed, and thoy havo ruturned o civilization to find tho wreath of famo thom, g I wf jK? flr JKf Suits arc nothing lilec they were last season. c coats arc short, with large broad collars, 1 L I liL Bk Bk. I I 1 i i 1 I Jp The skirts must be cut to look narrow and carry out the slender cflcct. They must have the straight lines so much in vogue. 1' ' . I 1 U W . .JMk JT fymZSSBml and in the unusual character of H M ''' I "jfviWjfi lfef ilvViv.iVviviy :aAaxVJ Sl In one of these Bischof models, you can find what you want and. JM JS" ( I B wwa iP m1" ' - . Amberg Brownsville. Leo Pago Is building donco noar Brownsvlllo. HI a now rcsij Progressive Citizens. In fact ovcryono theso days, sooks to save time and tho tolophono Is tho greatest tlmesavcr thataa over been invented. It is instantaneous. You can send and rec6lvo your mes-sag- o at tho saroo tlmo. It brings distant cities and towns within your roach almost Instantly. It connects you locally with ovoryono of proml- nonce. If you havo not a tolophono of tho Cumberland Tolophono & Telegraph Company, call our manager Immediately .for rates nnd Information. If you uso tho Boll servlco you nrq in tho contor of tho entire Bell system, connecting with over five million tolophonos and every Iraporatnt city nnd town In tho United States. Cumberland Telephone & Telenrapb ad Company, Incorporated. sistant attornoy-gonora- l of tho United States. Tho appointment has boen ngreed upon by tho president and Attorney-GenerWIckershan?. Just what duties will bo assigned to tho new assistant when ho tokos offlco has not been decided. Tho appointment Is In lino with Pros. Taft's policy of recognizing negroes In tho government service, hut taking theso appointments as far as possiblo out of tho Southern statos, whoro friction has been caused in tho past by nogro federal offlco holders. al Gordon ltlco, of Fulton, was In this ylcinlty, Monday, on business. Sunday School every Sunday morn-- j lug at 10 o'clock at Brownsvlllo Bap-- ; tlst Church. Sen-ice- s next Saturday and Sunday :i at tho Brownsville Baptist Church hy pastor W. L. King. Miss i i Two Bold Thieves, Two thlovcs with extraordinary norvo, stole a flno now Delkor buggy from Jim Williams, Wodnosday night about 7 o'clock. Tho vohlclo was tnkon by two men who woro driving n doublq team to a buggy. Thoy simply drovo upx to tho Williams houso ncross tho stroot from tho Collcgo. tied his buggy on behind tho ono thoy woro In nnd drovo away. Up to this tlmo thoy havo, not been caught. Shorlff Johnson mot tho men with tho buggies on Mud Crook bridge, but of course did not know tho buggy had boon stolon. When ho arrived in Hickman and loarnod or tho theft ho started back nftor tho mon nnd sent word throughout this section to local officers. Tho men enmo horo from Moscow Thoy woro traced to Fnrmlngton nnd to'Murrny. At Murray thoy nre said to havo stolon a mulo and hitched it to tho Wllllnms buggy. The last hoard from thorn thoy woro at Colum bus. Mr. Williams had Just pnrchosed Hnrd-worthis vohlclo from tho Hickman Co., paying $72 for It, nnd hard-l- v cotton it dusty. It hns a red run ning gear, tho cushion is gone nnd tho axlo on tho loft rear wheol has a small split in it. If theso thlovcs aro not caught, Uioy will bo stealing box cara next. o J V Tho lady who laughs heartily is a doctor without a diploma. Hor faco doos more good in a sick room than a bushel of powders or a gallon of bitter draughts. Peoplo aro always glad to seo hor. Tholr hands instinct ively go half way out to moot her grasp, whllo thoy turn involuntarily from tho dampy touch of tho dyspeptic, who speaks In tho groaning: key. To Appoint Negro. - Sho laughs you out of your faults, while you novor dream of being with her and you novor know what n pleasant world you Hvo in Pres. Tuft has decided to appoint until points out tho sunny streaks a nogro to tho highest offlco In an on sho her pathway. oxooutivo branch of tho govommont ovor hold by thnt raoo. Win. H. Low. Sheriff Johnson mado a business Ib, at prosont nn assistant district attorney at Boston, Is to be made as trip to Lako county first of tho wook. hor Sunday School class with a' party Monday night. Pearl Williams entertained. Hal-lowo'- Notice, By vlrtuo of an order of salo this day mado in Hickman Pollco Court, I will offor for.salo at Uio City Pound at Saturday, tho CUi day of Novombor 1910, botwecn Uio hours of 2 and 3 o'clock p. in., to tho highest bidder for cash In hand, ono roan heifer wlUi no brands and marked with n crop off tho left and a hole in tho right oar, and about two years old. CLAUD IIAMBY, City Stock I i i 1 QUI Ullil"l" The ATHENA Shoulder li ATHENA Method of Y The ATHENA Wmt hi and attached in usually though, not I applying trimming n hown uch a maruwr Uiat the jlceve rigid Tim feature prevent! here Instead of applying the do not crawl op. but alwayt the garment from tagging at ! J r ,U.on on tlie edi? Jl rlccd the lhourder a fault commoii .' 1 on ilie fabrit Ttw trimming. . fiti imooihly. to rwatly every underwear j,i don not teu w. ditcolor or line, J become itrlnay and ragged through many laundering!. n-T- V u ltic J y Winter Millinery.. You cannot longer delay purchasing your Winter Hat, and when you do you want something new and stylish in every particular, and at a moderate price. Our large stock will present a combination of of all three, and we ask a chance to show you. M s In fact, ATHEN A UNDERWEAK is "so 'well designed, so thorough in ever) detail, that it gives the fcci'ing of daintiness and absolute un Jcrwear. comfort so often desired, so seldom obtained. ATHENA UNDERWEAR comes "in any wish, in various fabrics to suit style yo u may your particular taste. The prices are as low as inferior makes. B. A Brady and Miss Nannlo Itog-cr- s, Smith & Am berg mmmii i i i. ( Smith & Aimberg i of South Fulton, woro united in marriage Saturday afternoon by Ei. J. T. Futroll. ImIhImIh As W. A. Dodds :4 has sold 75 ity this year. of the Lumber sold in Hickman and adjacent commun' ' ISN'T THIS ENOUGH TO CONVINCE YOU t I That he sells better lumber at the same price?. ' , Every conceivable item used in building a house. I i PITTSBURG PERFECT FIELD FENCE HE ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEES TO BE THE HEAVIEST, STRONGEST, BEST YOU LOSE IF YOU FAIL TO BUY FROM HIM YOUR NEEDS IN: Building Material of All Kinds Brick (Manufactured by him) Field Fence, Barbed Wire, Paints and Oils Roofing" Papers, Builders Hardware Office and Yards: KENTUCKY AND CLINTON STREETS leavo Hickman every week from which local man docs not get a cent Ginning would bo better than noth"Covers Western Ktnluckt LUeiheVrto" SPEER &. SEXTON. PUBLISHERS ing. It fs Infinitely better for all concerned for the gins to compcto with a local buyer than to compcto Subscription Rates, $1.00 per year with some other town In both buying and ginning. THE HICKMAN COURIER the Mr. Bonduront, of tho Farmers Gin & Grain Co. Ho informs us that ho Secret Wedding, The Cotton Situation. Tho cotton situation In this Immediate territory has reached, to Bay tho least, an aggravating stage, both, to seller and buyer. In a farmers aro not getting as much for their cotton In Hickman as they can at otheer points: consequently they aro hauling It to Union City and Mabel. nut-shel- l, has never refused to gin cotton for but ono individual, and that for reasons known to himself. Ho tolls us that ho will gin your cotton and you can Bell it to whoever pleases you. Ho also stated that ho has 400 bales of cotton laying on tho river bank The Courier could not understand that ho would bo glad to soil at cost this proposition, and we interviewed which will givo an Idea of about how much ho Is making Death at Moscow. The First Snow. real winter was felt in Thursday night and Fn day morning bringing with It tho firs' A touch of MArioi- at tho prices paid for it. Now if tho locan gins will gin any and everybody's cotton at their regular ginning rates, that solves tho problem. Wo understand tho rato Is COc a hundred. No one blames tho planter for getting all ho can for his product, nor can tho local dealers bo blamed for not paying more than ho thinks is a legitimate price. Mo3t of this season cotton has sold from 25 to CO cents higher at Union City than at Hickman. An ordinary load has, therefor brought from ?10 to $15 more than it would horo. Who is to blamo for tho high prices thcro or the low prices here, wo will not attempt to say. It Is sufficient to say that this cotton Bhould bo kept at homo if possible. If other glna aro paying more than they shoul which Is claimed by some, tlmo will Lot overy farmer gin his cotton and sell It In tho balo. We havo Investigated as to tho market for cotton in tho balo and a number of merchants aro anxious to buy it both cotton and seed. This Insures at loast a dozen Independent buyers, and it is needless to say that tho hfghcat prices will bo paid. All that is necessary to do Is havo It ginned and drive It up town. One morchant, who Is anxious to got in tho market, makes a good suggestion: Caro should bo used In loud ing tho uagon so that it will gin out in oven bales. It requires from 1700 to 2000 pounds seed cotton to mako a balo. Tho Courier bollovcs this is n sen sible solution to the problem. If you aro not satisfied with tho prico offered you by tho gins for your seed cotton, havo it ginned. Then you will know, oven though tho gin popple do bid and bid successfully on your cot ton, that thcro Is no comblno to keep prices down. Tho Farmoro Gin & Grain Co. oven offers to advance overy man ?C0 to 170 on each bale of cotton if tho owner prefers to handle his own cotton and needs nn advance on it This is cortainly a fair proposition. Many"- years ago all cotton brought to Hickman was sold on tho streets to tho highest blddor, bringing good prices, too. No ono thought of selling seed cotton. If the plan worked woll then, w;hy not now? Investlgato this proposition, before you make another 15 milo haul. It - It has Just leaked out that MIm Wade Iloborson died Monday mornJessie Henry and John Isonio Johmt ing at his home near Moxoow. The kin, wero married in Nashville on deceaaqd was 30 years old. TJm Aug. 16, 1910. cause Of death has not been ascer supposed tliat It wb According to our informant, they tained but ll lung troublo, on ho went West two went to tho Unjon City fair ond a ago to regain his fejllnj; hwilth. friend wont to Nashvlllo and procured but found tho Western ;lltimto of so tho license Suspicion was aroused introduction of tho couplo as avail and returned horae about two ago. Ho l survived by hta man and wifo at tho fair, which was months parents, Mr. and Mrs. WlUay Ilober-Bolator verified by a letter from tho and several sisters and brothers, clerk at Nashville. besides n host of friends to mourn Mrs. Johnaktn has boon In cbargo his death. of tho dressmaking department nt Bmith & Am b erg's for several years. Saroplo Bhlrts, l values, our prlco yi-aby-(h- o -- this show flake and ice. Tho snow, a) though very light, whs noticed nbom 10:30 Friday morning Thl.n lev form con mi on Thursday night on yosimiI tnlnlHg watur out of doors. Big values In Gent Sulllvnu Broil. furnishings n, at Thank tho Lord, this tlmo nex wok nil this hullaboloo about Toy!" and Hooper will be over. COc Sullivan Bros. Boys Suits, Mrs. J. L. Iloblnson, of Now York, arrived in Hlckmun Monday to visit hor sister, MrB. S. M . Nalfeh. Mrs. Mrs. C. C. Graham returned to hor Iloblnson was called to tliUt section homo In Clinton after a pleasant visit on account of a law suit she 1ms inwith friends In this city. Fulton stituted against tho Marcantilo Bank, nt Dyersburg. Leader. Bros. pattorns, prices, correct styles, latost 91.50 to M.60. .Hull-va- n 13fc Optimist's Corner Dally Helps to Health and Happiness Dr OKOROB r. DUTLKR. A.M..U.D. IMinlillriTrTtadfi'nM?' grttlfllllffiftil Lyric T'SS- - Nov. 10 tell tho tale. Local buyers claim they aro paying nil that tho market will warrant. Others hold cotton is not bringing what It should. This point might bo discussed Indefinitely without improving the situation. Wo admit frankly that we aro not autholty on this subject, and all that our business xnon are interested in Is getting tho prices f.- Your Overcoat (should be made to order ns J well as your suit. "Wf nri nnn linn. j drcd exclusive woolen over- fllinu-trir- r W. F. MANN presents a dramatization of MARY J ,' HOLMES famous novel, llUVtilUCJ III lilC X Will and Winter line of TEMPEST STJrST3II3SI"E By LEM B. PARKER A beautiful story of Southern life In Kentucky before - up. tj?TERJAIlJgj :as well as fifteen correct V overcoat styles. No matter I what yonr tastes may be we can please you. The prices are reasonable. If the local capitalists want to pay more than tho gin people are offering, they should be given nn opportunity. But somo of these say they cannot buy because they cannot get tho cotton ginned horo; hence cannot put It on tho markot. It would bo poor buslnes for tho gins to to gin for local buyors a case of cutting off the nose to splto tho face. By ginning tho local gins, nt least, would get that much out of it, re-fu- the war. I 4th Season of Phenomenal Success PRICES E. R. Ellison whereas at present hundreds of bales will doubtless savo you tho tlmo and trouble of going elseawhero. 25c, 35c .Mid 50c The natural, safe, and efficient means of correcting all nervoua derangements, la to give more rest to the parts deranged or disturbed, and ao to change the modes of life aa to Bend out tha nervous power conatantly being generated In the eyatem through other channels, thua giving thoio which arc overworked time for recuperation. It would betheaamelfa man ware dying with excessive physical exertion. Let the body rest, and give him aomethlng engage to hie thoughta pleasantly; aend the nervous system out of the body, through the brain. Next to overindulgence! as a causo of nervoua disturbance, la an Imperfect assimilation of food; the blood, therefore, Is not of god quality and the nerve cella are poorly nourished. To cure nervoua prostration, there must be first, rest, change, recreation; aecond, richer blood, which can be supplied by Improving the digestion and assimilation of food, fresh air, sunshine, cleanliness; In a word, proper hygiene. To give drugs to stimulate the nervoui system, Is only the stimulus of the lash to an exhausted donkey; It either kills outright, or Inducea an unnatural effort, which can only be exerted temporarily, with the certain effect of falling Into greater exhaustions. -- .Tsr nuy other pniwrin thli eotlon ol Kentucky I POLKS NOW LIV1M0 In Fulton county will tall you that we print morn local nawi tlmn THE HICKMAN MO. .SECTION advertising is the Team that Pulla the Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success. 01 eURIER. 1910. EBTABLIBHED A CLUE MARK HIRE meatu that yoar tab. ncrlptloi ua ttplr4 Jtenew promptly if yo want the pApet toeom to you after thl month P i The Courier has a Spankin' Dnod Team. Crease the RxIbs of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch I p whole no. aoao IN THE pj VOLUME OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTDOKT 37 rr- - HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOV. 3, By Jove, tbo laugh's on old ninn Bpanti." "Ohol 8o you do know what's up. then? 8pantz, eh? Well, what you'vo guessed nt or found out won't mako much difference, my lino young fellow." Tbo glimmer of a light camo bobbing up from somewhere behind Truxton. Ho could see tbo dickering shadows on tbo wall. Two men crept into tho room a moment later Ono of thorn carried a lantern; the other turned King's body over with his fMt Truxton saw that tbo three rultlaus wcro t TEAR 18rl Truxton King CoprrlKM, 1909, by Geort Hirr McCulcliron Copyright. 1909. fay Dodd. Company AFTER SUFFERING ONEYEAR Cured by Lydia E. Compound Pink-hanrsVcgetable Md "b'i)lt It out, young fellow! Swear llko a ninn, not llko a blamed canary lilnl." Tbo bidden speaker wns unquestionably an American "Where m XT dcmindcd the captive. "Vou'rv here, that's where you are." was the sarcuatlc nnswer. "Am you an American)" "No; I am n Chinaman I was born Jn Ncwporf-- na an afterthought "Kentucky." "This is tho worst high handed out-- , rngo I'to over" "Hctter ante jour hronth, young fellow Vou won't bate It very lone, o ravo whtl you can of It." "Vou men ti I aw to atop breathing altogetherf avknl the prisoner. "HoiuctliliiK like that" Milwaukee. WK "Lydla E. rink-ham- 's Vegetable. Compound lias mado mo n wen woman, mid I would llko to tell tbo whole world of it I suffered from fcmalo trouble and fearful painsin my back. Iliad tbo best doctors and J "nrrrnn ruvnvnt-i-t iiiivatii. nrva 10U WONT ir L"'Ni. X.EB, IUr rio roxl nod ready. u poke at the ohl "You'll find out when tba Ihm gets Yeu wanted to cot Man's oyo. Ml you? lly thunder, that's like an Antsrlenn never aatMled to let thine atono. Hoe what It got yu Iwtor "Tbe ekl man's eye) What old "Whyr "Tluit'a for yw lo And iwt, If you can You'vo made a toor Mart nt It." "Hew do. you. an Amerteou, happen to be mind up In a deal llko tliUT" "I fa healthier work than making barrel nt- -I was going to any Sing Sine, but I bear they've chanced the name. 3 prefer outdoor work." "You might call It (bat I'm wanted Ju aeven states. The demaud for wo ta great." That be lwd fallen Into tho bands of band of conspirator tvaa quMo clear to King. Whether tbey were brigands or tnoro Important opera tors against tho crown bo was of course In no to decide. Time would tell. It was enough that tbey ciicctcd to kill Mm sooner or later. Thla In Itself was sufficient lo convince blru that be was not to bo held for ntawmi, but to be disposed of for reasons bot known to bis captors. Like a shot the warning of Olcn riatanova Hashed Into bts tiraln. Ills gnard baI mentioned "the olil man." Good heavens! Could bo mean Spantz? Mnnillng on The cold jwmpirnliuii Kkig's brow Spautzl He recalled tho wickedness In tho armorer's face. Hut tthy should Spantz wlh blm ovllT Tbo anarchlfltsl The mis! Olgn was an avowed anarchist. "Ily pod. tbey think I nin n detectlver ho exclaimed. l!bt coming to blm with a rush. other. "What's that?" snappetl tbo Truxton could nlmost feel tho other's lxHry Brow tense iSeapltc the space be"Are you n dctectlvo? tween them re. Ill finish you up Are you? If rb lit here Vtu"- ' 'J b '. t a wrt!" Kreilt imnl-Uou . inanr" "IMgltlw. eUr great, brutal faced fellons, with bared arms that denoted toll as well tt apulla. Tbo third nmn urasped the prtwt r by tbo feet, aw earing In n lAiimiwKo ,,f his own. Tho Yankee desperado took hi shoulder, and torstlter. nltlt earnest grunts, they followed the man With tbo lantern. He enuM see that tbey were crowilluB tVn nttn s li narrow passage. flHally depositing blm with scant courtosy Mchi the floor of what prored t l n rsl'nr commodious cavo. Daylight struamtHl into this comrti lont "hole In tbo wall." lying uhhi Truxton fared the tbst r lookid out uKn the world tlf opening stooil the tall, gaunt (licure f a man. thin shouldered nud stiMd Ills back was to the aptl, but King observed that tbo three men. with two companions, who sat nt Ibe bark of tfee cave, never removed tlwlr ajase rix-kofH-nl- n tho striking figure outlined against the sky. Tbo watcher turned slowly to take In the altered conditions behind blm. IClng saw that bo was old. gray haired and cadaverous. This. then, was the old man,H and be was not William Spantz. "Your name Is King. I believe." enmo from tbo thin lips of the old man -- Yes. May I Inquire' Put a "No; you may not Inquire gag In bis mouth. I don't care t bear anything from blm. Gag him and ut tho rope from bis feot Ho may wall, from now on." Three men sprang to do his bidding King fell lu that Instant that be was looking for the first time uihui tho features of the Iron Count. Mnrlotix the He lay there helpless, dishonored. speechless for many minutes, glancing at this cruel tyrant. It was enough that Marlanx suspected iilm of being In tho way. To be suspected was to bo condemned. Marlanx was speaking. Truxton looked up, ns at an executioner. Tho Iron Count sat upon n bowlder near his from "Wo have met before. Perhaps you remember meeting my eye In Damo You I think. Dabbn's cabin-twi- ce, remember, I sec. Ho, ha! You wcro very slow not to have caught such an old man. I dare say you nro wondering what I Intend to do with you. now that I have you. Well, 1 am not tho man to tnlnco words. Mr. King, you arc quite young, but the good dlo young. I am very old, you observe. I will not sny that you aro to dlo or. tomorrow or any day. for I do not know. I nui going to scud you to a court Not nu ordinary court, Mr. King, but ono of cxtremo perspicacity. Wo I fancy you will die before long. can sparo you. I do not approve of meddlers. It kccms to be qulle settled that you nro n pollco ngcut." The steady, cruel cyci fascinated King. Ho knew that ho wns In des-perni- o feet WE GIVE YOU ALL THE ht ADVANTAGES that the art of HAS to give. tailoring FIRST A choice from one of the most complete select ions to be found anywhere. SECOND Styles as they are today. THIRD The utmost care The highest in making. class of work on everything always. We are content with modest profits, so that our prices will be found BELOW what the best tail-on'- "I nm glnd you called ngnln at ray temporary abode, Mr. King. Americans nro nlunys welcome: the sooner they come, the sooner It's over It straits. Don't Blame the Hen they When ou get Wcro Good when she laid them Bad Eggs for FOURTH usually costs. Talk to us before you order. You can Examine Insurance Companies and you can Can- SCHMIDT, k Tailor dle Eggs, but after all isn't it best to demand the kind of insurance that you know is good all of the time ? jSolls THat R. T. TYLER IS! i axel female trouble, and advised an operation. Lydla E. I'mkliain s Vegetable Compound mado mo a well woman anil 1 have no mora backache. I hopo T can help others by tolling them what Lydla E. Pinkham'ti Vogetablo Compound has dono for mo.- 1'- Mns. EmmaImsk, 833 First St, Milwaukee, Wis. Tbo abovo is only ono of tho thousands of gratoful letters which aro constantly being received by tho Pinkhnm Medicine Company of Lynn. Mass., which provo beyond a doubt that Lydla E, I'inkham's Vegetable mado from roots mid herbs, actually does euro thoso obstinate diseases of women after all other means g have failed, and that every such woman owes It to herself to at throat" least rIvo Lydia E-- I'inkham's VegetaKing was pushed out Into tho larger ble Comiraund a trial before submitmnm tviipnt hn was confronted br a ting to an operation, or giving up crowd of bewhlskcred men and snaky bono of recovery. women with most Intellectual ' gsj Sirs, rinklintn, of Lynn, Mnss., oved glasses, It required but a glance noso invites nil side women to write. Iier for nrtvlce. She lins jruldcd to convince blm that tbo whiskers thousands to licalth uutl her wcro false. iid vice Is free For nearly on hour bo was probed with questions concerning bis business y ii t ma. It know that I an in Edelweiss. Threats followed close answers, very wrtl.il to Americans. Were I upon his unsatisfactory a vnnulbal 1 could eat them In relish though they were absolutely truthful. "We'll find a way to make you talk If I hud my way, ull Americans should tomorrow, my frleudl Starving Is not bo In heaven. Tho earth surely 1s not good enough nor big enough for pleasant" "You would not starve met" ho crlod. them, add hell Is already overcrowded. "No. You will have the pleasure of Yes. I lovo tbo Americans dearly. 1 nlmnlil pnjny a slmllsr vllt from Mr. starving yourself," said a thin eyed John Tullls. I expect hint to visit me fellow whom bo afterward knew ns lu my bumble castle before many days. Peter Rrntus. Ho was thrown back Into tho little 1 should like to have him remain tbcra room. To his surprlso and gratificauntil bis dying day." tion tho bonds on his wrists were reKing shuddered. "Night Is coming. I must sa fare- moved. He found a match In bis box and well, my bold young frlcud. My way of lies to tbo north. struck It There was no artlclo the Tho floor was bare, furniture. This Is merely a holo land of promise to walls green with age. A chimney ouly me. You ;;o south- In tho celling was pei!iaps the ward, to the city means by which fresh air could reach of IMolwoIss. Hut this dreary place. Sleep was claiming not through the bis senses. Uo mado a pillow of his stretched his gates; oh, col coat nnd relentless floor v ery bones There aro other upon tho "No ono will ever know," bo murways, as you will find. Ooodby, ray mured, his last wnklng thought being brave Kir Galahad, ef a dear one nt home. : I may never see ; XI. CnAPTEIt you again." ; With a courtly tmEn the or.oi in. day after his tncar HE second TAIlEWKLL, Tuff "p mrnou ; ceratlon began King wns given MOLD vouNofrotn tbo tCllhO rntrsxD." ; It wns high muscled captive food and drink and directed bis final instructions to time, for be was almost fam ; the guards. With a curt uod to tbo ished. Thereafter twice a day he wns ; men. be strode out through tbo mouth led Into tho lnrger room and given a ; I of the cave and was gnue Dusk bad surprisingly hearty men ; settled dowu upon mountalu and valPeter Drutus had Just voiced the ; ley. Ono of tho men cut the rope that pleasure of tho majority by urging the ; bound Truxtou's feet necessity for physical torture to wring ; "Get up," said the Newport man. tho govern ment's secrets from the pris: "We'vo got to bo movln'." oner. IClng, half famished, half crazed Still gagged and somewhat dizzy. by thirst, had been listening to the ; King was hurried off Into the narrow flerco argument through the thin door : mountain path, closely Btirrounded by that separated the rooms. Ho beard ; tho flvo men. the suddon, eager movement toward ; Tho silent cautious march down tho tbo door of his cell and squared himvnllcy, through tbo gap uud along tbo self against the opposite wall, ready to ; rldgo carried them far Into the night. fight to the death. Then there came a This much ho knew tbey were lu voice that ho recognized. ; A. wgman was addressing tho con- the hills directly abovo the northern ; gates. The vague, black shadow of a Continued on Inst pnze this lection. ; Ilghtlcss bouso loomed up before them. a twinkling ho was hustled across In WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. the road nud Into a door, then down llavo you neglected your kldnoyeT ' a tllght of stairs, through pitchy dark- Ilavo you overworked your norvous ness, guided by two of the men, a system and caused trouble with your whispered word of advice now ami moneys and Diaauori Havo you pain , then from tbo Yankee saving blm from ln lnlna rI.Io. Jmok irrnlnB nn.t perilous stumbles. He wns Jerked up dor? llnvn vnti n. ftiihhv nnnpnrnnpA sbnrply with n command to stand still nt ihn fnnn f'anoolnllv imdr thn nf pass urine? A light flashed suddenly In his face, Too frequent a dejlro to 4 a. ou( tatiiuc akiuuu a tun 111 vua u blinding him for a moment you. Htcknian Drug Co. Prlco 50c. Poon ho saw thnt they were In n broad, bare cellar; tbrco men In heavy .Passion, purity and love. A tenblack beards were lu earnest conversation with several of his captors; all der, touching story, boautlfully told, were gestlculntlng fiercely. elaborately staged, presouted by prom Ills Newport companion enlightened Inont actors In living characters, Is htm between puffs of the plpo he was struggling with. "Hero's where wo tho dramatization of Mary J. Holmes' say goodby, young fellow. We turn popular novel, "Tempest and Sun-e- h I no" to bo scon at tho Lyric on you over to these gents, whoever they are You go Into tho village gay with Thursday Nov. 10. theso 'swabs' by the bewer Hue. I guess." Truxton pricked up his cars. Stop coughing I you rack tho lungs "Tho old man has had n hole chopped BALLARD'S In tho sewer here, they tell me. and It'H and worry tho body. n snap to get Into the city. Not ery IIOUEHOUND SYRUP checks Irritatho lungs clean or neat, but It gets you there. tion, heals breathing. and restores Price 25c, 50c Well, so long' They're ready, I see. comfortablo nnd $1. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. They don't monkey long when they've got n thing to do" The COURIKU for the news. In another moment his guardianship i they all decided that I had n tumor in addition to my Com-poun- d, suf-orln- was rafKferrcd; he wns being hurried ncross tbo collar toward on open doorway. Down a few stone steps bo wns l'd by the lieanlcd crew, and then pushed through n hole In what appeared to be a heavy brick wall Ho realized at once where he was. The gurglo of running water came up to him. It wns the great sower that ran from the hills through the heart of the city, flushed continuously by a diverted mountain stream that swept down from above. no did not know how long tbey traversed the chill sewer. In time, however, tho water got dee er; rats began to scurry along the sides of tho circloor to swim frantically on lu front of tho disturbers. At last tho strange Journey ended. SS They came to a niche In the slimy wall. I'd Into this the men climbed. Tho innii Ms above was cautiously tapping on what . appeared to bo solid masonry. To King's nurprlso a section of the wall suddenly opened before them, no was seized from nbovo by strong bands and literally Jerked through the hole, up narrow steps nnd then Into a long.utm ly lighted room, In the center of which stood a long tabic. Ue wns passed on Into a small room adjoining. Sorao one, sneaking n Eng-- , jiN Hsu, told him to sit down. The gag gg was removed from bis stiff, Inflamed I S3f5 mouth. "Fetch him somo water," said a t S ?0 .ninn ihf Im wns aitPA hi. rpenirnlzed a high, querulous voice. iii.iln Knnntz!" nrtleulntod Truxton. IfJ turning to tho black bearded, bent fig-- 1 &J ure. There was an Instant of silence. SS Then Spantz spoke, with a soft laugh: "You will not know so much tomorrow. Herr King. Glvo him water, man. Uo cannot talk with a dry 'I S O I I 22SAS (Announcement of Interest... On Saturday, OCTOBER THE FIRST, the HICKMAN BANK added a Savings Department to their regular banking business, and are paying interest on all Savings and Time deposits. All interest will be compounded or paid EVERY FOUR MONTHS, at the option of the depositor. This bank was organized in 886 and has been constantly at the service of the people of Hickman and surrounding country for OVER TWENTY-FOUYEARS, making it the oldest bank in 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 j K i . R. T. TYLER, Prest. W. C. REED. Cashier JNO. PYLE, Ass't Cashier s4Jl mssiiiffmAm rjiMMlilMMiJi4'JtrtilitlJlIi 30 DAYS SPEGIAL SALE 0N f . i tiJL I 1 -- .1 T ' Sewing Machines $5.00 Cash and $1.00 per Week Will buy the best Sewing Machine in the world at HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Next dOOr tO ' 11 r.. Office. g MMMlCMMMMIfOKlrlM HICKMAN HARNESS CO. Handles Everything In I I i the way of I Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars; If you want to get your money's worth buy from me. I use the best of leather and stand behind ail goods that I make. It will pav you to look over my stock before you buy. Harness and Shoe Repairing a specialty. Give me a call. J - ,' I Farmers NEXT DOOK TO & Merch. Bank A. J. WRIGHT, Mgr. . ! 'i M milirAiiiHrAvtW,iya&r rrTiUlfi "'adiftili-WfsWW- J sia The shoe for women fits like a glove, is as soft and smooth as a !! HiiHBBiaaHsas More R. R. Talk. A special torn Joffcrson of Saturday says: NBURNIAN City, Mo., If sticks were what the rose la And rubbish were the leaf X need not aik your pardon For shonlt.r yiu my garden, oe wiiut TwouM etch ona knows Of flower bed I he chief If stick were what the rno It And rubbish were the leaf. If ADDEN rx, "Lame Leg Tho Charleston & Hickman Railroad kitten and wears Co., of which Qlboney Houck and other residents of Capo Girardeau nro' Incorporators, received n charter today from tho Secretary of State. Tho road Is capitalized at $000,000, Well" l iff f i.!l 11 rk 4 say oBJOsftficaw - 7V shoe for women bends like a willow top-not- ch twig, in style and it wears. Soft, velvety tan, flexible, bcndablc, tough sole, pretty (eels fine on to look at the foot and it tvtart. and tho company was organized for tho purpose of constructing a railroad from Ancll, In Scott county to a point opposite Illckmnn, Ky., In Mississippi county. Tho proposed road will connect with tho Capo Girardeau and Thebes Terminal railroad, and will run by wny of Charleston. It will be approximately CO miles In length. Tho Incorporators nro: Giboney Houck, Charles C. Judcn, William H. Bohnsack, Ralph Schultz. Chnrles T. Lewis. Preliminary work on this end of tho lino Is all finished and ready for tho graders. Spenklng of Mr. Houck, tho St Louis Republic says: There is considerable iron ore In Missouri. Mr. Houck believes firmly, that tho mines cannot bo run at good profit unless tho cost of transportation Is reduced to a minimum. He would encourngo mining at Pilot Knob and other places In Southeast Missouri. "First," sold Mr. Houck, "I will build tho extensions to Hickman via Charleston, and to Pilot Knob via Farmlngton. Then I will havo moro than 1C0 miles of road. When that work Is dono, tho lino will be within 80 miles of St. Louis, nnd I'm suro it will bo an easy proposition to cover this gap with rails." If weeds were what creen hedge Is And plantain wre but eras, My lnwn would ii l fair one And not a c'lmped la. and bare one spots With bald where the edge mm 4mS . - I would not -- "Alas!" ay If weeds were what green hedge la plantains And were but grass imfm mjww?ia VS.tjr'!. - Sloan's Liniment on a lame lee that has given me much trouble for six months. It was so bsd that I couldn't walk sometimes for a week. I tried doctors' medicine and had a rubber bandage for my leg, and bought everything that I heard of, but they all did me no good, until at last I was persuaded to try Sloan's Liniment. The first application helped it, and in two weeks my leg was well." A. L. Hunter, of Hunter, Ala. Mr. K. Gilman, Instructor of athletics, 417 Warren St, Rox. bury, Mass., says : "1 have used have used ''I that toI wish V ' 3 WW -- - - lMiir The shoe for women made in a wide variety of by bench leathers, lasts and styles, hi-cand ut y A( clover. And sand were candytuft The bees In gladness coming Would fill the air with humming Instead of darting over As though In tempers huffed. It burdock were but clover And sand were candytuft. Were parsley morning glories And pigweed hollyhocks Then nodding, fragrant flowers Would away through sun and showers dories Like honey-lade- n Tied up to fairy docks-W- ere parsley morning glories And pigweed hollyhocks. Were And Then He as dandelions paneles thistles mignonette would my little garden the vale of Arden Killed with all scented fancies ere In blossom-beaut- y dandelions panslea And thistles mignonette. set-W- If burdock were but I o i 1 'W Vlr r. i Good for Athletes. i SLOAN S LINIMENT with great success In cases of rub-dow- ex- lo-c- ut shoemakers in our women's custom factory No. 1, from the choicest selection of hides a tender-foote- d godsend a dear shoe in everything but the price and -- treme fatigue after physical exer-tio- n, n when an ordinary would not make any impression." -- it wears. CUSTOM MADE BY IMINB 3&9 91IC 1 has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints. Prle,25o.(5Qo.&51.00 Sloan's book on Sloan's Liniment If plantain were but blue grass And sand were only turf Each morn my clicking mower 111 I rJMSil Wertheimer-Swart- s Lady Wanted. To Introduco our very complete Fall lino of beautiful wool suitings, uh IrJbrlci, fancy waiitlncs. silica, beliefs, polticoaU, etc Up to dato N. Y. City Patterns. Finest lluu on tho tnarkoU Doallng direct with Utc uillla you will find price low. If others can mako I0 to 30 weekly you con also. Sain Ides, full Instruction In noat sample csjmj, shipped express prepaid. No. money required. Exclusive territory. Wrtio for particulars. Ho first to Standard Dress Goods Company, lwpt COO, Ulngbanipton, N. Y. np-pl- Marriage Licenses The following wrro granted license to marry In Obion county last week: Aloxandor and Ivorn Drasuro. V. 8tono and Mary 8ummors. L. A. Walker and Lilllo Grlffoth. James Lcdbottcr and Clara lUiwU. Wllllo Hurt and Poorl Turner. Hugh McDonald and Allco Dicky. 13. Moss and Doe Dean. Victor Dlnkloy and Graoo Coot Clarence Rldgway and Ora Taylor. C. A. Williams and Wllllo Moss. Hornor Croft and Cannlo Yates. K. Dennlngs and Nancy Caruthers. Clarence Moacham and Paulino Hastings. V. M. I Prices Still Soar. Prices are still going up. As n result of tho upward revision of tho entire cotto'n schedulo In tho Payno-Aldrlc- h law, tho prices of womon's nnd children's dross goods havo Increased considerably. Tho John V. Farwoll Company soys In a rovlow of tho wholesalo dry goods trado that still moro advances may bo expected. Tho rovlow doclares that "almost all manufacturing agonts aro advancing cottons. As it looks now, prices will continue to grow flrmor and hlgbor In ataplo cotton goods." Tho Mayflold Masscnger says: The Wingo collcgo, built In 1883 "by an Incorporated company. Is being torn 0 down to bo replaced by a now building, to bo owned and controlled by tho Wlngo graded school $5,-00- district If tho Colonol refuses to cat with the rotton or corrupt politicians of his own party, ho will either havo to go hungry a groat deal of tho tlmo, or else eat with tho rank and file. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: See W. B. Bondurant, agent for M. B. Shaw. Mott's Nervous Plllt. Would only serve to lower horses, cattle, sheep and poultry sent Tho great nervo and brain treat- The velvet of the new grass; free. Address I'd be a sinking serf ment for men nnd women, produces plantain were but blue grass strength nnd vitality, builds up the IfAnd sand ere only turf. Dr. Earl S. Sloan, U. S. A. ST. LOUIS, system and ronowa tho normal vigor. WILBUR D. NESBIT. Settsa, 2f&M., U.S.A. For sale by Hickman Drug Co., or by mall, $1 per box, 6 boxes for $5. PILES! PILES! Tho Paducah Milling Co., has filed Williams' Indian Pilo Ointment will Election Officers. articles of incorporation, with a cap- cure blind, bleeding and Itching piles. ital stock of $25,000 and tho limit of It absorbs tho tumors, allays Itching as a poultice, gives in liabilities Is fixed at $150,000. The at once, acts Williams' Pilo Ointment relief. Election officers for northern company will operate a flouring mill. stant Is prepared for Plies and Itching 01 It will bo tho first plant of tho kind tho private parts. Sold by Hickman of Obion county to hold next Tua Drug Co., 50c and $1. Williams Mfg. day's election: Paducah has had In several years. Mrs. P. B. Curlln visited her moth- Co., Props., Cloveland Ohio. Woodland Mills: Judges, J. W. er, Mrs. W. E. Scales, at Union City, exandcr, Cato Davis, Jr., N. D. last week. Tho Cairo Bulletin says: Thero Is gan; clerks, Will Noah, R. O. Wll little reason to doubt that Jim White, Officer, Jeff Bramham. murderer, for whom a roward of $400 Clayton: Judges, A. E. Caldwell Is offered, Is In tho Reelfoot Lake is Room. If there country, In a neighborhood where hu- B. Bruer, B. F. Hawkins; clerks, Hi man llfo Is not held very highly and ry Cloar, S. W. Edwards; officer. murderers find easy and safo refuge. R. Robertson. A traveling salesman died very sudCairo Is again perachlng an InconCrystal: Judges, Jas. Wheeler, denly In Union City. His relatives sistent doctrine the pot calling tho Williams, J. M. Green; clerks, telcpraphed tho florist to mako a cotton land, 3 miles west of acres fine black. ordored that tho ribbon kettle Hawkins, D. Glover; officer, D. wreath; good.wells, Hickman. 7 houses, good fences, with tho InGlover. should bo extra wide, scription. "Itcst In Peace." on both A. E. Craig, a Fulton merchant, curbed with brick, 1 good cistern, good hay shed sides, nnd If thero Iff room,"Vo Shall fell from a train near Memphis and and fine field of alfalfa cut four crops first year. Editor Lemon, of the MayfleW M was badly hurt. Meet In Heaven." senger, has been to Eddyville wh Tho florist was out of town and to Land adjoining selling for ho learned that Senator Mike Tayll now assistant handled tho Job. V his of this county, who b deputy warden IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW. per acre. It was a startling piece which turned of the Eddyvlllo penitentiary, la Ww up nt tho funeral. Tho ribbon was What a heap of Happiness It Would ly to announco most any time for extra wldo and boro tho Inscription, TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER to the State Senate. Bring to Hickman. "Host In Poaco on Both Sides, and If Thoro Is Room, Wo Shall Meet In Hard to do housework with an achHeaven." ing back. Gome Gut Tuesday. Brings you hours of misery at leis Managor J. T. Dillon announces tho ure or at work. early appearance hero of tho dramatIf women only know tho cause Ollle James urges very Democrat ization of Mary J. Holmes' most popBackache pains como from sick kidIn this district to turn out and vote Sunshine." neys, ular novo!, "Tempest and next Tuesday and put tho "big mlt" Nothing llko It has over beon offered 'Twould save much needless woe. on tho G. O.P. MrJames, in a perSunshine" to be sconi Stand pat Rocpubllcan members of and every man, woman and cmia "Tempest and Doan's Kidney Pills euro sick kid sonal lotter, says It Is Impossible for at tho Lyric on Thursday, Nov. 10, Congress voted against $15,000 for should see It, Outsldo of its dramat neys. him to speak in thia district bocauso Mary J. iioimea chlldrens playgrounds and turned Is a dramatization of ic voluo and noat comedy It teaches Hickman pcoeplo endorso this: committees nnd voted $12,000 for Spenker a lesson equal to any sermon ever popular novel of tho samo nanio R. L. Graves, of Shaw road, tho State and National Mrs. havo arranged his dates In tho chww Cannon's automobile. Inby W. i Mann. Hickman, Ky., says: "I had an atdelivered from tho pulpit. This greatteresting and instructive play will bo tack of kldnoy trouble which caused districts. Lot our majority bo er than ever; we aro tho Glbraltor of seen at tho Lyrle on Thursday, Nov. my back to become very lamo and weak. Headaches wero common, I Democracy let us so remain. Thera 10th. to ho felt tired and found It difficult some aro two Democratic candidates 1847 ROGERS my housework. Learn voted for OUlo James for Congroer, days to finish ing about Doan's Kidney Pills, I went and Judge Nunn for Judge Court of Real Estate Sales. opponent to Helm & Ellison's Drug Store and Appeals. James has one a Socialist; Nunn has ono opponent procured a box. Thoy rid mo of tho Siher Tlate lameness In my back, restored my a Ropublican. that Wears Bottio Elliott to T. H. Barnos, lot strength and mado It possible for mo In Henry Addition, $85. to do my housework without any InPassion, purity and love. A tenSam Heymnn to tho City of Fulton, convenience. 1 can say that Doan's der, touching story, beautifully told, lot, $1200. Kidney Pills benefitted mo moro than elaborately staged, presented by prom J. E. Swift to G. S. Taylor, lots In anything elso I ever used." inent actors In living characters, is For salo by all dealers. Price 50c. tho dramatization of Mary J. Holmen East Hickman, $1300. Co. Buffalo, N. Y., popular novel, "Tempest and SunW. S. Ronoy to Thos. Mercer, lot Foster-MUbur- n solo agents for tho United States. In Fulton, $1300. shine" to bo seen at tho Lyrlo on Romember the name Doan's and Thursday, Nov. 10th. C. L. Herring to Chas. D. Nugent, tako no other. 41 acres land, $2275. 100 H. N. Scat to R. M. Below, Grace Gilbert, of South Bend, Ind.. J. II. Hargrove who has been In who has been tho "bearded lady" cares land, $1500. T. H. and H. IV. Williams to B. G. charge of tho I. C. yards at Fulton of several road shows, wss for many years, has resigned because married Thursday to Giles E. Calvin, Halo and J. W. Ward, 160 acres, tho railroad company has given him a farmer of Kalkaska, Mich. The Remloy, lot a lot of Italians as section men. bride has a beard eighteen Inches C. W. Curlln to H. F. nirii rfMiim nnd refined bcautvln knlvcs.forks.spoons Heretofore they havo used negroes. long, whllo the groom boasts nothing In Southern Heights, $307.50. nnd fnnrv serving nieces arc not attributes of solid H. F. Remloy to W. A. ixxias, 101 Tho dagoes will recelvo $1.50 per day, but a mustacho. If we wero going to cti...r.unrnMnn Tho ct-ii-l hornoFlonc cxDcricncc lias pro- whereas tho negroes only rocolved mnrrv n man. WO WOUld Wattt oc In Southern Heights, $425. .liiriwl lnlhi.fnmnntIB47 ROGERS BH0S." SilVCrplatC.ClfCCtsIn $1.25. who woro pants. for beauty second only nattern nnd desitm which make its name to its reputation for quality "Sllvtr Tlati that Wears. HickH. C. Beckman, formerly of Sold by leading dealers ev;rywhere. Send for catalogue J. M. Lynn, of State Line, has tho man, was rocontly attacked and badMiss Minnie Morris, of Fulton, "C-- ," showing all patterns. sealy bitten by a bulldog while walking banner ears of corn so far this Hickman rolatlves Sunday. , MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO., In Capo Girardeau. son. Ho had In town Saturday ono along tho utrect (tsteruUoud Silver Oo.,Saoewor.) ounces Jim Williams spent Friday In Mr. Beckman was confined to his large ear weighing 1 pound 15 Msrldsn, Conn. and had 1140 grains. Next. bed hut Is able now to sit up. Shoe Company imwmWrnmm BOTTOM FARM 5 Per Cent Interest 3 LONG TIME 250 $75 $100 S V .c r 1 W. A. DODDS pro-tont- ? ll I BROS,, Silver Of Proven Quality $1,-20- 0. L iV . uUL.w . m . f Saturday, Nov. 5th is the first day, and POSITIVELY The Biggest Saturday, Nov. i9th is Two Week's Sale HELD IN HICKMAN the last day t f t 1 If it shell. You need the goods badly now, and we need the money badly too this is a fact based on a business motive. Our stock is too large for this season of the year and at least half must be sold in the next two weeks. Prices will be cut to cost, therefore CASH will be the only consideration. If you have any regard for your money come to this sale. Your dollar will get you more than two you spend elsewhere. Don't forget the date and the place Saturday, Nov. 5th, and continue every day until Saturday, Nov. 9th, at NAIFEH BROS. DRY GOODS CO. Read every line below, and while you will find the greatest leaders there are thousands not mentioned, all at SACRIFICE PRICES: 1 YOU will wonder how we can afford to do this now, right at the heart of our best business season, but it's all in a !! Womens Wear Best Calico, American Print Yd. wide Brown Domestic Yd. wide Hoosier Domestic 7c heavy Outing Flannel- lOcbest Outing Flannel 12 2c Men's Clothing: -- Overcoats and Pants half-pric- e, i. 7c ,5c 6c 5c best Outing Flannel Hope Bleached Domestic Big lot of lOcSuiting. Canton Flannel Very heavy wool Flannel lOcFlannellette 10c Percale..-- . Check Gingham 7 10c Check Gingham 12 2c Dress Gingham Dress Goods 65c " " 85c " " 50c 2c ..7lc -- 8jc 9c 10c Every Suit and Overcoat in the house marked at because our stock is too large and the weather being warm we have disposed of very little. Prices will not sland in the way, the clothing must go. 25.00 Mens Suits, Kuppcnheimer's, sale price. . . ' 20.00 sale price " " " 18.50 " v 16.50 " 12.50 " 10.00 .. " " " 8.00 . all-wo- 10.00 fine Overcoats 6.50 overcoats and crnvenettcs 1 11.98 12.50 10c 22Hc .9c 8c 5c ... .12.98 17.25 14.98 ... - 3.98 0.08 7.98 4.98 10.00 Mens and Boys ovcrcoota 8.00 6.00 Mens Pants. 4.50 3.00 all-wool 9.98 7.98 5.98 4.98 3.98 2.98 1.75 and 1.50 1.98 98c Mens Underwear 50c Mens Shirts and Drawers, fleece lined, " " " 75c " " 1.50 40c Dress Shirts " 65c " 75c " 00 I 50 " an shirt 2.00. 2.50 Mens all.wool shirts, the best nil-wool --all-wool 1 -- all-wo- ol -- -- 48c 58c 8c 8c 3-- J ' ' 3 K","r I " t! .Ill " 1.00 1.15 1.00 Black Silk. 1.15 " 1.50 " 35c 85c 95c -.- m yjtt jr yd. wide " " .-85c ..95c 1-19 48c 98c 25c 43c 48c 88c 98c 1.48 1.98 43c Everything in silk cut to cost prices. Ladies Vests and Drawers, 35c values Ladies Union Suits, special ... 22c .48c .98c 25c 48c 85c 25c E k -- worth65c All-wool in. " " One lot of the best, worth 1.00 Shawls and Scarfs, worth 50c. " " very large, worth 75c- 1 v, &K j .W-- Men's Shoes Every pair of tinuc line Stacy-Adnm- s $6 and $7 shoes, to discon- - 30 ... . 0c -- vi asttvRSS5P-or- " - all-sil- k Ribbons, worth 15c, 20c, 25c---1- 5.00 Bates' Special 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 3.98 3.98 2.98 2.24 1.98 1.48 3.24 is Our line of Blankets, in cotton mixed and making very attractive bigger than ever and we are prices. Ask us to show them we know you will buy if you need them. all-wool C3j4 ,&, " 1 -- "Vi f.mmmm t i - - f ". N tfvl" Men's Hats 5.00 John B. Stetson Hnts at . 3.50 nice soft and stiff hats Z.0J " 2.25 .75 and 2.00, soft only 1 Jl ." Ladies and Misses Coats We have reduced the prices on this line so low that we should close out every garment in three days : 1.98 to 8.98 Long Coats from 98c to 2.98 Short Coats from These coats must be sold. ;-- wm - I;;:;..;;;::;:; .2.75 1.98 1.48 3.48 98c Suit Cases ?.00 . .. .1.48 3.00 6.50 and 7.50 Leather Suit Cases 1.50 nice, large Suit Cases at .. "; Ladies Ready-to-We- ar Hats v 1 4.08 05c 1.08 You will find the newest creations. These will also be sold at Sacifice Prices. 1.19 to 4.98 They range from Ladies and Childrens Shoes This stock must be reduced, both fine dress shoes and heavy everyday shoes, worth from .50 to 2.00 75c All go at the small sum of 1 Copyright 1910 The Houie of Kuppcnhetmer Chicago '' VS" 9x12 If, 9x12 fine Axminstcr Squares, worth $25 9x12 fine Velvet $25. 27x60 fine Axminstcr Rugs worth $3. " Nice, large " " $5 " " Velvet Large lot of Matting worth 18c a yd. at. This is the right season to buy warm floor covering. 9x1 Brussel Art Squares, worth 12.50 9.75 Art Squares and Rugs $2" 13.75 18.95 18.95 1.95 2.98 1.25 12c In this sale we advertise strictly what we have in stock, every item mentioned is here, and everything except cut d ress goods will be taken Daac ana money reiunaea suuuiu yuu ucluuic uissusueu wicn your oargam. Special Line of BOYS' SUITS Don't Miss Them Prices from Nailed Bros. D. G. Co. Everything will be Marked in Plain Figures One Price to All 98c to 5.98 HICKMAN, KY. AND STRICTLY CASH November 5th to November 19th iJ "W 7 V, rr" 'T' S,Ukk(ii.i.litih.UhAtiiitilAlULi-Ult'LUUt'- NOTICE -- TO- Plumbers and Consumers 3 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 the sewer. Please be governed accordingly. If fv Hickman Ice & Coal Co. (INCORPORATED.) r JIIfWWl'llfWIlfVlllfriWIWl'llli'llllfH ''WW 'W (INCORPORATED) , t t t t t J. A. COTTON & CO. v t Plumbers Tinners WORK IN BOTH BRANCHES EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY phone 65 Hickman, Ky. $ OUR ICE FACTORY Closes AT 10 A. M. ON "SUNDAYS No ice will be sold afler this hour.'only in cases of sickness or absolute necessity. earnest-ncss- . splrators In tones of Ills heart pave a bourn!. II was the first time since tils Ineiirci'ratlon that he hnd hennl the voice of Olsn riatanova. sho who still must bo his friend. ".Vol You shall not torture hint. 1 have snhl ho Is no spy. I still say Itr sho was "God, girl, we cannot turn him loose npw. II o must die." This was from Spautz. "We cannot release lilrn, I grant you." she said, and Trillion's heart sank. "Not now, but nfterwanl. yes. When It Is nil over he can do no harm Hut hoar mo uuwnll of ynu. If he Is harmed In nny way I shall not perform my part of the work on the SOth. This Is llnal." "You cannot withdraw!" exclaimed Prior Ilrutus. "You are pledged. You are swam. It Is ordained." "I. Otcit Platnuova. sny this to you. It Is not n plea, not n iilltloii; It Is an ultimatum. Sparo him or the glorious cause must suffer by my defection." "Sh! Not so loud. Klri: Ho can hear every won! you say!" "I.ot him hear. Let him know that I. Olca I'lntnnovn. am to hurl the thing that Is to destroy the life of Prlnc Itobln. I nui not nfrahl te have him kriott wny wlmi the wartil will know next Meek. Thou the world will Bay that Olgn I'launovn was irct a beast, but a deliverer, a rrMtor! Let him hour!" The listener's bktod w, running wild. The life of I'rlnc Iteulai An assassination! "The thing that will destroy!" A tiombt Tor half an boar Uioy argued wttb her. seeking lo turn Iter from tho stum! sbi- - bad taken Then tay en we to terms with her. Truxioti Klug owed bis life to this strauge who knew Ulm not at nil. but who believed In him. Truxton whs brought into tho room n few minutes later. II was white with emotion as be faced the commit tee of tee. I Wore a word could b addressed to him he blurted out: "You cowards! Weak as I am, would have fought for you. Miss If I could have cot throuch for what you that door. Thank have doue to ctmrtuce thoso docs! Only don't do thU awful thing! Think of that dosr llttlo boy!' Olga Platanovn crbnl out and corerwl her eyes with her bands. She was led from tbo room by William Hpantz Peter Brutus stood over King, whoss arms were held bj tw stalwart wen. " "Enough!" ho command!. spare you not for her Mike, but for the sake of the cause we serve. Hear me! You nre to be bold bore n prJonr until our plans aro roiiNunimatcil. You will be properly fed ami enred for You have heard Miss I'latmiovh say that she will cook the find for you herself, but you nre not to kco hojr." King Interrupted him. "I haven't the least doubt that you tvill kill mo lu the end. Sho may not be bore to protect me after after the lusnmimitlAH " "Sho Is prepared to die by the wnno bomb that slays the prince." was nil that nruttis would say In rei.iie t this, but King oWrvod I lie My look that went around iiihhhb them. Ho knew then tltnt they mMnt to kill liliu In the end. Afterwanl. In bis llltle room, he writhed In the nyony of helplessness, Tho prlnre. hi court, the gut eminent !! were lo be blasted lo satisfr the end of this sickening consplrai j She. too, wns dixniwU: lie groaned aloud In his misery ami awe. Thero was n telegraph Instrument In the outor room. He could hnr It ticking off Its messages day and night and could hear the tllsfiiaabui of reports as they came in or went out. It soon became clrar in hi in thai the wire connected I lie room r ith Murlsux's headquarters near llnliik. In Aibalu. il branch liistrutiMint Imlng tmliH In ii t the enve alioe the wiii-l- i On his third lit lit lie lie ml mlttee dlM'iisHing the rimt !, i - ii div-ulil. 1 a. STOPS FALLING HAIR DANDKUFr DESTROYS Ayer's Hair Vigor AN CLUGANT MAKES IK DRESSING R GROW Ingredients : Sulphur, Captlcum. nifttrla. Qulnln. Sollum CHodJ. .S4i, Altohol. Wal.r. I'rrlum. Ask your doctor If there is anything Injurious here. Ask him also if there is not genuine merit here. Collpr Docs notltUNM, the Hair M - HICKMAN MARBLE I WORKS KV 1 . 4 Vu , nsrn $W r. ifjttgC'i ! 1 I f n -- TOM DILLON, Sr.. Prop. . an t f marose ana uranne . . i 'V If "lie Ims rensons to hate and fear the Americans. That Is why he desires the death of our prisoner. He Ims said time ami again over tho wire that King wi'l in some nay escape and play the deuce with our plans, it doo net seoin possible, however. Wo have him absolutely red Peter llrutus. ." "wtuk s i av, i wouli iuvk roi'om ron too." man Tullls than of nil the ivnt." aver iPi BrR8 Si; Am 22Siiiie'," Monuments CURDING, STONE WORK OF A! KINDS, IRON FENCING Hickman, Kentuckv , T$s&i,fT ThIs 2tnu. us In Nothing could be done to stop four days," said oho of the wo- Is tho TM. Saturdar the Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, II. HUCIIANAN J.V.ALH.XANlHR Of. J. l. nrHHARIi men. KENTUCKY J.J.ailOSUUlUNT ju "Count MarlnBx will be ready on tbe SUth. He baa said so. A new strike will be declared oil the railroad vo tbe lUtb, ami tbe strikers will be In the city u with tliulr grievances. Saturday's will bring ihmi from the meuB-tain- s and the minus to (own. A liilo Wow, and wo have won " So spoke Hrutus. "We must not we caniwl falU" grated WIUIniH Spiatx, and th cry was by half n doeen voices. The next mernlas. nfier a sJeepUws nlgbt. Tnixton King made lite flmt determined attempt to esrape He knew that two armisl men teKl guanl In the ter room day and night The door to tbe atalrway leading Into tbe armorer's shop was of Iron awl heavily barred; thw deor opening luto tbe sewer was eroai more securely bolted. Ileskles. Ibero Ma a great tone door at the foot of tbe passage Tbe keys to these tvee donrn viwe uerer out of the mhosIoii ,f Wllllaai SpAntzOne of his guards tteld ih key to the stairway door. His outy elwnce lay In his ability to sotldettly overpower two meu and make u(T by way of tbe armorer's shop. When his little deer wai opened en the morning of tbe S8d Tmxiou King's long, powerful figure shot through as it aped by a catapult. The man with the candle and the knife went down like a beef, floored by a blow hi tbe Jaw, Oontlnuid nsxl wtok celo-bratlo- IHHWTOHri attaii.Tiini)iKHt.tt T.A.tiRnroiti) K. XI. IKMtll Wc combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, nnd ofier our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS II HUl'H.VNAN. I'm ht rl n r KAMAoK Attn i'.hlr 1. . TIIMI'hoN. tvubl- - I Our Stock is Complete and ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas tVII on orT.phoH ot OHOOltIH. rBieiwTurrH. Telephone 6- 3 Deliveries u -- be la hk-or KIIHHII MKATH Iay-raln- Irregular bowel movemonts load to chronic constipation and a constlpat ed habit fills the system with Impurities. HERWNE Is a groat bowel regulator. It purities the system, vital-lzc- a tho blood and puts tho dlgosUve organs In ft no vigorous condition Prlco 60c. Sold by Hlcknian Drug Co The Original "Osrl- - Horse." All tho wore In tho rear and n dark horse, which had never been thought of, and which the rare-lesSt. James had nevur even ob served In the list, rushed past the grandstand In sweeping triumph Disraeli. Ledford & Randle 5N COAL CASH COAL PHP COAL CASH $4.00 s CASH , Pittsburg Lump Coal "The '! ' i ' Nervous LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT possesses ftubbed In whero the pain 1b foil U all that Is necessnry to relievo suffering and restore normal conditions. Trice 25c, 60c and ?1 per bottlo Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Neuralgia of tho face shouldor, i or hands rcqulro a powerful remedy that will penetrato tho flesh. BALfc-- that power, Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED I was very nervous," writes Mrs. Atollic Mlrse, of CarrsvJlIc, Ky., "had J. T. DILLON, Manager. Cash Book Store J. KELLY SMITH Jittorney-at'La- w Splendid Selection and was irrecular. "On the advice of Airs. Hattie Cain I took 2 bottles of Cardu! and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took. "I am 44 years old and the change has not left me, but I am lots better since taking CarduL" palpitation of the heart, The Hickman Fur. Co. will sur prlso you In tho matter of low prlcca and good goods. Don't tako our word but come and see for yourself. Race of Dwarfs. average height Is The four feet eleven Inches for the men. and two Inches less for tho women Don't let your property go with out insurance Its poor business. Boo Kennody tho Insurance Man. First Bicycle with Pedals. v. Ith jMMlflls Tho first blryi-lninm about 1.MU Bon Air Lump C.nn 4:.50 Kentucky Coal 4.00 Prices based on delivery within the city limits Parties out of town desiring to haul their own conl 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 it Coal Co., or phone 48 if you you wish order sent C. O. D. No one has authority to extend credit, so don't ask for it, I will appreciate your patronage, and by selling strictly for cash can give you security againtst an exorbitant advance in prices. A. A. FARIS At New Books Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Call and See Our Stock Clinton, Kentucky On, tenth of All (it) to CMslUnlti. iCARDUI Tho Woman's Tonic Cardul is advertised and sold by Its loving friends. ino iaay who advised Mrs. Mirse to take Cardui. had herself been cured of serious female trouble, by Cardui, so she knew what Cardul would do. If Cardul cured Mrs. Cain and Mrs. Alirse, it surely will cure you too. Won't you try It? The Lyric, - rFisffrfcrtlft J W6J Everything Mary Berendes & Co. Tour grocery order will receive prompt attention If telephoned to Bettersworth ft Prather. Doth phones. Psychology of Dreams. Dreams go by contraries, but they nearly always agree with what we eat Birmingham Age-Heral- WHY NOT TRY Popham's ASTHMA REMEDY Gives prompt and positive rellof In every case. Sold by tho HickAnything you want that wo haven't man Drug Co.,prlco $1. Trial got In Furniture we will be glad to package by mall 10c. order It for you. Hlcknian Furniture Williams Mfg. Co., Props., Clevoland, Company. Please da Tempest and Sunshine, Nor. 10. Itcgulato tho bowels when Uioy fall Tho Fighting Parson, Dec. , 1010. to movo properly. HEIU1INE Is an Ishmaol, dramatized by Allco E. ajmlrablo bowel regulator. It helps tho llvor and stomach and rostores Ivos from Mrs. Southworth's novol of a flno fooling of strength nnd buoyancy. Prlco 50c. Sold by Hickman Drug tho same namo, Doc. 14, 1010. St. Elmo, by Cathorlno Hartley & Co. Co., Lofflngwoll'fl copyrighted version Deo. 10, 1910. Latin Proverb. What you do for an ungrateful man Tho Lost Trail, Jan. 7, 1911. Is thrown away. Tho Widow Perkins, Feb. 0, 1911. Cast Asldo, March 3, 1911. Put a porus plaster on tho chest and tako a good cough syrup Internally If you would treat a severe caso of soro lungs properly. Oct tho dolCall at the HlcWniui Furnlturo Co. lar slzo BAMiAJtD'S HOIIEHOUND SYRUP. With each botUe thero is n for anything you int In furnlturo. freo HERMCK'S RED PEPPER POR US PIASTER for tho cheat. Sold by Cotton, the plumber. Phone 16. Hickman Drue Co. Engraved Wedding Invitations, frc. See samples. Catling Cards, Jit Courier Office. wwmwwwi ilmifii ifl.aVifa.rr f i raaaial -- v - 5'tf HAS REACHED CENTURY MARK K" ' A WEDDING PRESENT Dont Know? Try Cut Glass Nothing appeals more strongly to the bride. Nothing gives the new home a more luxurious touch. And then we have everything in the geld and silver line. Mrs. Samantha Stanton Nellls, of One Hundred, Is Still at Ac- Ag tive and Strong. : M i f i : M u y u u M , H M l4 J L Naples, N. Y. Mrs. Samantha Stanton Nollbj of Naples Is ono of the very fow real daughtors of tlfo Amorlcan Revolution, llecontly alio obitcrvod her ono hundredth blrtbdny and nn sho is Btlll actlvo and strong sho gives ovory Indication of living many tnoro years of her already useful and happy llfo. Mrs. Nollls was born In Fairfield, llorkimor county, Jnnuary G, 1810. Hur maldan nniao was Samantha Stanton and her father was Kv44'J" Hickman t Serious Gutting Affray. Uias Dacus, a resident of noar Pilot Oak, was badly cut In Fulton, Saturday night. Ho rccolvcd thrco long gashes In tho loft cheek, ono In tho right cheok, ono In tho neck and one on tho crown of his head. Drs. Pas- chall and Morrla'drossed tho wounds and took about fourteen stltchcB to closo them. Dacus was under tho Influence of liquor Saturday night when ho engag ed In tho difficulty. Ho refused point blank to givo the namo of his assail ant when questioned by tho police. Ho said ho did not know tho name of his assailant but that ho would toll later, whon ho foundn out. Dacus claimed that ho was leaving town and an unknown man climbed upon the bnck of tho buggy and commenced cutting him. A voumr man emnlorcd & Grocery Co. Do your trading here jrwi9tiunMarmrs lv.H. VoX jr v ,fiimtM, Cm 1 a kwi 1 1 V 1 it H 'J i i 1 and save money ... JUDGE WISE. Business Philosopher. "Blind man'a buff Is a Jolly Bame," says tho Judge, "except when you play It In a drug store You aro shown oxoctly what you want at tho Hickman Drug Co." Special sale on samplo Sweaters at Km U hM rMl i r i M I 4 CALL AND SEE THEM ) 4 , H ftCHLf NKER-T- he Story Of "Eth'opia." Jewecr n f: M on your Groceries Meats, etc. OTTAGE Y. u V ld Tho story of "ntii'opla," the to bo pronted by the U. D C , At Uio Lyric, Friday nlht. Nov. 18 under tho porisonnl direction of 0. A Varkor, who come under the management of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wll-lartho author of tho play. Is briefly told, but tho entertainment la one that will bo lone remoinborvd, as It has In It tho samo otenionts of comedy and heart Interest as has niitdo the "Old Homestead," "Way Down IjuI" nnd oUier pastoral plays so d Tir to the hearts of amuseotont lor-Ir- g people, becauso Uiey are full of f.,n, but pure, clean and wholesome Tho two scenes are laid at the jilan-tuuo- n borne of Col. Mpieomb. near Decatur, Ala., showing the sunny side of donUc and piamatkm life la the old timo and the present, his family and neighbors, negro quarters, negro mammy, piccaninnies, and tho pleas-In- c environments around the hearthstone of a "Down In Dixie" homo, tho arrival of a largo houso narty from Memphis, especially talented front a enter-lalnmcnt d musical standpoint, who furnish a number of very dainty numbers to off-ss- t the humorous onus furnlshou by the negroes from tbo quarters, lu nn old fashioned Plantation Minstrel seeno. The entertainment fairly bubbles ovor with Interest nnd fun. The phenomenal sucooss of the "Slngin Skulo Heslnmnt" the "Mys-tlMidguts." "Captain Dick" and other offerings of the Wlllard's stand as a guarantee of tho high class quality of "Hth'opla." o HOTEL! Prop, J. COOK, X Henry Sanger and wife 8 M. Nal-fo- b and wife, Carl Sohmldt and wife, Jno. Meaoham and wife, Mlis Marino Brown. A. 1C Mltoholl, Hwirn Brown, Oeo. D. Armltago. J. C. 8exton and wife aud V. C. Spsar and wife made n trip to Three States with V. . llliishaw Sunday, whore'tbey spent tho day. Mr. Hlnshaw Is (jiving spln these days. Hts did frry son-loboats nave reoently lon overhauled, new engines Installed, painted, upholstered, otc. o Just received a. lot of samplo ovor coots for men and boys and tho prices nro 13X0 to $7X0, at Sullivan Bros. Rlljah Stnntqn. who sorved over six yuars In Washington's arm), being one of his bodyguards. Ho dlod in Batonvllle, Herkimer county. May 21, 1S49, and his body Is buried in tho ltfttonvllle cemotery. Last wcok the Daughters of the American Uovolutlon put over his grsvo a suitable marker, and tho brnfo deeds of this Herklmor county hro will not be forgotten by futuro generations. Samantha Stanton wna married to John Nollla tn 1S30 and for a few years they resided In Alleghany county, then Bottled near Naples, whero Mrs. Nellls has resided for ovor sixty years. Her husband died In 1871. Pour children waro born to tho couplo, LotI, Sainarl, Warren and Marshall. Of thorn only Warren survives nnd ho resides with his mother In Naples. Tho nearest relatlvo In Herkimer county to Mrs. Nellls Is Irving Enton, an honored resident of Llttlo Falls. Mrs Nollls Is a member of the Aston-rogo- n Chapter, D. A. It, of Llttlo Falls. The' mombcrs of that body take considerable Inturcst In hor and are always solicitous for hor health and happiness. WEDDING OF PRINCESS VOID BEST I CI o Hn,, Hnrn Richmond's stablo says tho cutting was dono in tho office of tho stable. Ho savs ho loft tho stable for a few momonts, leaving 'Dacus alono In the offlco. When ho returned ho heard ' two men quarroling and then a fight was started. Ho says ho saw an unknown man 'slap Dacus, then knock him down with a shovel and then cut him wltli a knife. Ho says ho ran X Into tho office, picked up tho shovel and under threats of violence forced the unknown man'to desist in his attack on Dacus. This boy clalmB not to know tho man who cut Dacus. at Callahan Sullivan Bros. ii About thrco pounds of bacon for $1; wouldn't It bo cheaper to cat turkoy? Dowaro of substitutes seo that our Is on your plumbing und tinning Jobs. John Cotton. FOR SALE: 1 flno milk cow fresh; Jersey malo calf; 1 registered 1 shorthorn Durham bull, 4 years oiu; 1 pair aged, work mules. Terms to 2c suit purchaser. L. C. Maddox. trade-mark 4 t Western Kentucky from Momphla few moro lots In last weok selling a ids business addition, also looklug after the work on two build Ins Will which ho Is fitting up for mercanUlo S. D. Luton, O. W. Pholps and Wo understand both of Bondurant won to Beolorton, Monday, turDoses. them havo been rented and will To to get mules to uso In tho construcIs tion work on tho new railroad be- occupied as soon aa tho work tween Hickman and TIptonvlllo. O. B. Bond wasup Special Offer Wc expect to put out a greater number of farm wagons around close to home this year than ever before, and in order.to do this we are making the special prices below: Rotplgll- ,8,t Papal Decision Declares 'the otl Marriage Null Because of Former Union. i felplf' STOCK fl Iwl FALL nomo. Tho pontifical tribunal of tho Rota has rendered a decision In tho famouse case of Princess Rosplgll-os- l, formoriy Mary Jennings Held of Washington, who after her dtvorco from hor first husband, M. Parkhurst of Bangor, Me., married tho prlnco civilly. Tho papal tribunal has decided that 2?4 Thimble Skein Wagon, with bed, at. .$50.00 . 52.00 . 3x9 55.00 r,j 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 are well proportioned, very strong and durable. Upon investigation you will find these prices from $8 to $12 under most all light running other makes, and at the same time we propose to give you a first-cas- s material throughout. wagon, made of bone-dr- y WE GUARANTEE EVERY WAGON right along side any other make for strength, light running, etc. Remember that while we are 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. Our foreman, Mr. Hertweck, and also our business manager, Mr. Baltzcr,' has been raised up in the wagon business, having been connected with this plant practically all their lives, and both 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 November. 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, li J f f vl IS HERE Princess Rosplgllost. hor marriage to Mr. Parkhurst was valid, and honco her second marrlago to Prince Rosplgllost Is null nnd void. The prlncoss was born In Now tn 1870. n A larger and a hetter assorted stock than ever before seen in this city, and at prices lower than ever. Just thinkv Quartered Oak Davenport $25.00 2.75 Oak Bedsteads at Or-loo-na Stearn Foster's Felt Mattresses . . . 7.50 to 12.50 & Everything else in inme proportion. If prices and quality will make goods sell we will be bound to sell them. Just step in and look around while in. town. WE WOULD BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU World's Limit In Population. Washington. It hns been estimated that tho fcrtllo lands of tho globo nmount to 28,000,000 squnro mllos, tho stoppos to 14,000,000 and tho deserts to 1,000,000. Fixing 207 persons to tho squaro mile for fcrtllo lands, 10 for stoppos and ono for deserts, aa tho gTcatost populaUon that tho earth could properly nourish, tho conclusion has been roachod that, when tho num-bo- r of Inhabitants reaches about our planet will bo peopled to Its full capacity. If tho rato of shown by recent cenmmen Bhould bo uniformly maintained, It is thought that tho globo would bo fully peoplod about tho year 2072. Final Settlement. I :!i Hickman Furniture Co. INCORPORATED X. ......... ........... .. .. Next door to Post Office. A.Al.iLl. Ji AAAM&MMMMf claims against All parties tho cstato of T. J. Johnson, deceased, nro horoby notified to fllo samo with mo, properly proven as required by law, on or boforo Jan. 1st, 1011, or bo forovor barred. J. R. ANDERSON, Adinr. ha-ing HICKMAN WAGON CO INCORPORATED - V'"Wr-t-,r5Lr- 1 1 1 t I H 1 We Owe The Bank BECAUSE r1 ...You Owe Us... The Bank expects settlement of our notes in the next few days, and in turn we expect you to settle with us, whereby we can comply with their wishes 1 M 1 I ir r i J Hickman Hardware Comp'y INCOIU'OItATED P. S. Remember, a handsome picture given absolutely free with each $10.00 and up paid on note or account, THE ACTOR AND THE CRITIC. "Sir," said the leading; man, "your criticism of my performance of tho Rightful Duko was rude-anthoughtless and harsh In the extreme You say: Tattorsloy Kean, as the duko, had an entirely erroneously conception of tho part, and his act. lng was worse than his conception.' " "Yes, I romembor," said tho dramatic critic. "It was my honost opinion, you understand." "Of courso, of courso," cried the actor; "but you might havo expressed tho sam sentiment In & little different form." "For lnstancer queried tho critic "Well, you might have sold: Tattorsloy Kean, tho Shakespearean Interpreter, was fitted with a role that was entirely uncongenial, nd In which ho had no opportunity-tdisplay his unmistakable talents." Tho critlo looked thoughtful. "Well, yes,- - he said, "that would, havo boon different" deply-gricvbd well-know- n DRESS DETAILS IMPORTANT NATURALLY TO BE EXPECTED .Attention to Little Things Will Raise the Hat or Gown Above Mediocrity. In dress, as In other things, the ImJ portance of tho attontion to little things is essential. If this bo done, the big offoct will tnko caro of ltsolf. A gown, hat or wrap can be raised: from a piano of mediocrity to that off distinction by tho Introduction of lit-- ) tie details of ornamentation that arej aeciaeaiy successful in tno attainment! of that end, yet aro within tho roach) of most fingers. A hat that In Itself is tho dupllcato of hundreds of others can bo treated to a peculiar binding or on unusual adjustment of ornaments. Tho binding, by tho way, offcro wide field for differentiation from tho usual flat vol-vfacing. Frlngo In silken or linen form Is distinctive, It used as an edging for tho turned-dowrim. Silk or volvot can be puffed or shlrrod over tho qdgo, whllo a roso quilling is, tho nowest trimming for that part of the ot n Practical Fashions LADIES' COMBINATION. I Power" Over Illness Don't criticise your doctor because medicine prescribed by him fails to have the effect. The prescription may have, been Rood, but the ingredients dispensed poor. Give the doctor a fair sho by taking his prescrip-- ' Mom to a druggist who makes a point of, dispensing only pure drugs of right potentcy drugs that have the power to overcome illness. de-sir- Wl Mm MB' cspy Tarln Pattern. No. 3311, All Scams Allowod. Tho combination undergarment, which consists of corsot-covn- r and olthor drawers or short petticoat, bos proved Indtspcnsnblo to tho wom an who vrlshos to bo well dressed. Not only Is It far moro comfortable than tho othor garmonts morn eoparatoly, but it has tho additional merit of fit ting so woll undor tho closely fitted dross of tho period that its presonco is not mado known by wrtnklos or bunchos of matorlal throwing through tho outorgarmont. In our illustration wo show ono of theso garments which approaches tho ideal for comfort and beauty. Tho material most in favor for ordinary undorwoar is long cloth. Tho pattern is cut in 7 sizes 32 to 44 inchos bust moasuro. SIzo SO bust roqulros 2y3 yards of matorlal 88 Inchos wide. To procure this pattern eond 10 conta to "Pattern Department," of thU papor. Write name and address plainly, and bo euro to give sliu and number ot pattern. NO. 3311. NAME TOWN STIIEET AND NO., STATE , Otherwise. "Do you know that thoro Is danger hat. Then, again, color In the form of of catching deadly diseases from beads. Bilk or velvet can be used with, . atreot car straps!" "No, I didn't know that; I remera-ibe- r, a diacroot eyo for unusual combinathough, that I used to suffer tion of tones. In other words, tho unusual but approved alliances of, .great inconvenlcnoe from hold-bacA. shades make for tho distinctive. w AJtf Htwfi straps." women "That Is odd! Caused bllstora on detail perhaps that manyhatpins. overJust look is tho question of (your hands did theyT" What Mr. Brooktns May Be Responsible For. "No, not on my hands; 'twas a hold-Iba- as soon as ono considers thoso ornaments of utility (and dangors) to form strap that dad used to wallop a part of tho bat scheme there will mo with." bo added effect. Do not chooso promiscuously tho pins, each of which is very beautiful, but In the relation to Picturesque. "Sirs. Splcey won Mrs. Sporteigh'3 othors dotractB from the wholo. Sure Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 31, 1910. hew French hat at bridge last week.'' ly, tho Immenso discs should bo mado hcadgoar. "Good gracious! Does sho wear ltr to contribute to tho Speer & Sexton, Publishers, In dress tho details aro extremely "Of course she does. Sho's awful- py proud of it. And that's where Mrs. important. Littlo plcatlngs that are Hickman, Ky. for the most part bidden, applications Sportelgh gota her revenge." 'Of tiny buttons or narrow braid, hid-de"How so?" Dear Sirs : Please cut our advertising clown as we bands of color undor lace and tho "When Mrs. Splcey wears tho hat It do not want to sell the lots too fast, because we will looks like a FIJI war bonnet or a con-ret- o wonderful attention to hooks, loops and buttons at all fastenings aro tho hltchlng-post.- " get much better prices when the railroads come in factors that produce a successful and the levee work is under headway. We sold 5 whole. Presence of Mind. Mullfs not appllod by tho machine, lots last week. Business lots are now selling from He Our love is opposed and wo "but by hand, and buttonholed In such laro destined to bo unhappy oil our a way that tho material molts Into the $2 1 0 to $3 5 each. They are worth more money lives. Let's commit suicldo and die edging are extremely effective Pipand we expect to advance the price again later on. itogother. ings of two or throo colors form tiny Sho All right, darling., I couldn't lines of contrast on unexpected places, Russell Johnson and W. E. Bondurant are still 'whllo a ploco of embroidery or chlnta live without you. looking after the sales, Yours truly, Ho How shall wo do it? that many of us would consign to tho I Sho Don't you think lco cream scrap bag can be mado Important as G. B. BOND. a decoratlvo agont. Iptomalncs would bo about the quick-leLast of all, let thoro be paid a careway? fl ful attontion to tho accessories with which woman adorns herself. With a TQio independent telophono managrod dress uso tho Jowelry that best ers of Western Kentucky will moot Ihormonlzos with tho shade. Black and Hickman had tho largest crowd In fino business. In sovoral instances white aro moro friondly to tho Jowcl at Pnducah In Novembor. ' casket, but tho rule of one color town last Saturday sho has bad slnco tho trado could not bo handled and Voto next Tuesday. I Toft day, iind our merchants did a was turned away. J Jcbemiis the best to bo observed. k ok n 1 -st I Tested drugs only arc used here, and skilled pharmacists do the compounding. You should have the best procurable when combating sickness. Cowgill's Drug Store (Incorporated) v4CMRS. I. D. PRICE nwnornml Mnuniter. - Price House! $ $1.00 Por 3Dy 81ZB. i j Regular meals will be served Special weekly rates. Her old patrons and friends are cordially invited to again make this their headquarters t I information of arrival and doparturo of themselves or any other matter ot Interest for nubllcatlnn. Whon you aro in town como In and tell us any Item ot news that has hap poned in your neighborhood. We will be very Kind to have It. WANTED: A catUo team at onco. SPECIAL OFFER: Post oarcte, Co Soo O. T. Salmon, Hickman, Ky, Jp a dozen. Helm & Ellison. account-- of tbo lurs of hl?h prices paid for cotton picking, Hick-ma- n Is In tbo throes of n n famine It looks llko milady will havo to tako to tho wash tub. On wash-woma- i favor If they will nond tho Courier Our rcadors and friends will confer tA ' . ,ii