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The Hickman courier: November 10, 1910 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 hic1910111001_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: November 10, 1910 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. W" cywi,R" -- .t in Kultoii county will Mint ti print tell tlmn iiioru local ti any other pmhtIii tlilt fiitlon "I Kuiiturky -. I FOLKS NOW LIVINO 7i - r- -r - t- THE HieKMAN eOURIER. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. GreasB .SECTION A BLUE MARK IIERE tnenni that roar tins aspired ltonow prctnptf if yon want the pnp r to come to you After thin month Advertising is the Team that Pulls thB Commercial Ulagnn up thu Hill of Success. VOLUME Ol NO. UN OLDDBT PAPER 19 WESTERN KDNTUOKT tho Rxles of Your Ulagnn, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1910. WHOLE RO. SOSIO ESTABLIBHED IN THE TEAB IHritr f M CONGRESS jM-1- MOCRATIC in Next ! Political Complexion Throughout Country Materially Changed, Tuesday. Republicans go Down in Defeat in Many Former Strongholds. I I m piTTI 5C "iT t ! LAUNDRY z Sparks From the Wire, 1 Democrat The crows. win In Oklahoma. eounty gave rooster Fultou Fulton County Vote, State Representation Congress: still 144S; f Bradley & Ttieiday Best Work Patau's nfternooo Obton county Hooper 1217. Taylor Latest Telegraphic Returns: Stale Dem Basket Imvo. every Harmon, grwU Democrat, has reelected In bttn Ohio, Alabama California Colorado Delaware Florida Lowest Prices Tbo Demoornoy ot Massachusetts cawe Into Kj own. Missouri voted down prohibition by .... . . . 9 7 Arkansas. a 1M.00O majority. ..... Gains In Kentucky. After tho foltowlmc The corrupt ltupubllcan maehlno of Illinois waa wiuubcd, Connecticut ... ........ ........ 3 ............ ....... ........ ...... 3 ... ..., - u Nsri!iur vlth oowKrwiioil districts of have feMM nut); Km-tu'ky rclc tt 0. rild Uteet rMariH, Dontixtraay triumphed on every of battle ozoept in Tonneo. In Indtomi tho struggle Is cloie, the chanci In favor of the Dam-oorat- qminwUm . 1 3 Georgia.......... lano... Illnois .. ....... ... - H .10 .12 2 Tuesday's election failed to bring out anything liko tbo usual vote in Pulton county. Farmers wero busy and no great Importance was attached to tho matter of getting out a good vote. Ollle James, for Congress, and T. Rep J. Nunn, for Court of Appeals, wero tho only Democratic candidates in tho race. The averago democrat realized that theso men would carry tho county easily, which probably accounts, too, for the small vote, although tho Socialist party was represented on tho ticket by Mr. Hor-nebut ho received only four votes In tho county. All precincts havo been heard from except Madrid Bend, and tho voto Is as follows: East Fulton, James, 44; Nunn, 44. y, I fPrice House! t X MRS. I. D. PRICE Owner and Manager. $1.00 3?or yDny I Regular meals will be served Special weekly rates. Her old patrons and friends are cordially invited to again milra tViSe tViir Victrimiarters & i i. Spcial Term Court. J. W. Morris, circuit clerk, Informs us that a special term of Fulton Circuit Court will ho held at tho branch court at Fulton, commencing next Monday. Judge R. L. Stout, of Vorsailes, Ky., will prcsldo in tho absence of Judgo Bugg, whoso health will not permit bis attendance. Tho case which will be tried Is tho ono Involving tho payment of tho street grading bill at Fulton, and Is styled S. Lovelace et al vs. C. W. Little. Tho latter Is tho gentleman who took tho contract for and com pleted tho grading ot streets for the City of Fulton. S. Lovelace with forty other citizens enjoined the city dads from paying Mr. Llttlo on the grounds that tho work waa not according to specifications. Tho suit Involves In the neighborhood ot $30,000, and will bo fought to a finish. Mr. Morris says this term of court is called becauso this caso takes so much time It would bo next to impossible to givo It a hearing at tho ut KI, Kim iHtrlcl-toy Oble eleoted Harmon, Democrat, Jumm, (Mop. ovwr Hardlug, Ilopubllcan, by 60,000 usual Urge majority. majority. M 1 West Fulton, James, 62, Nunn, 62. Homey, 1. Lodgton, James 35; Nunn, 35. Cayco, James, 53; Nunn, 63. Stato Line, James, 2G; Nunn, 23; Homey, 2. Hast Hickman, James, 51; Nunn, 52; Homey, 1. Old Hickman, James 75; Nunn, 74. 15 1 dtstr4 A. 0. Db Tbo last session of Congress was ik rat, KX majority ovw n. J. Salmon made up of 17! Democrats, 21C Republican. Third dkHriet R. V. Thenias, t, nttbt votes oast at Sassafras Itldgo 1W mnjoltjr over M. Howard, ot enough to pay for carrying tbo Jlepubllcan. ballot box down there. Dora-ocru- Sunt, Indiana. Iowa 9 8 2 Kansas. Kentucky! Louisiana Maine . ... m "m j MiitimMjtit ........ "'Viu "i" . oorat, OWO Majority ovw D. W. lUpuWIean. "Tcmocrala will controT Congress by Oft-di- Wf 30 votes. Democrats 234; Republloan 264; Soalallsta 1; doubtful 1. 7 West Hickman, James 13; Nunn-13- . Sassafras Ridge, James, 8; Nunn Com Is selling around 40c. 8 Shwlay Do J. J. Ilussoll defeated C. A. Crow oemt. over J. WseeJer MaGw, Huslon for Representative In Mississippi candidate Wy 4tM majority. county. Mo., by a small margin. Sixth dUuia6-- A. U. Rouse, Dim, That tho Democrats will control crat, over W. Now), RefHibriean, House sounds almost too good to bo 60(H) majority. true. However, this la the latest re Hovonth dlstrlot J. Campbell, Dem- port. ocrat, ovor M. Rankin, 3000 Woodrow Wilson, educator, leader among tho patriotic thinkers of this Highlit dlntrletr Harvey Holm, Dom-ocri- tt, country, made a triumphant fight In over 11. I Una!!, RojwWIoaH, N'ew Jersey. J Wo majority. Theodore Roosovolt could not save tho Republican party In Now York. Ninth ditrtot W. J. Ptald, Democrat, ovor H. D. Bennett, Republican, DU In that stato won nn overwhelming victory. 000 majority. Kentucky will havo 3 Democrats Tenth dlatrlob Jno. W. Lnnglay ovor A. Floyd Bird, Demo- and 2 Republicans In tho C2nd Con gress. Louisvlllo wont Domocratlo crat, 1000 majority. and gained ono Congressman. HlovonUi dlstrlot Caleb I'owars, a Tennessoo is still Democratic, If t, Republican, ovor Hlza Rertham, Hoopor did win. It might have beon 6000 majority. hotter for Taylor If tho Commercial-Appea- l had not whooped tho fight tip Ballongorlsm, Aldrlchlsm and Can until It becorao disgusting to the nonlini have boon otorthroHn In tbelr nverago voter. A thing can bo over Fifth dttrio-w- or . ..1 ......... . ..-- 2 . 5 ' 4: 2 1 Maryland.. j Massachusetts .. . .- a t Michigan... Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana ..... .... .. . .T .. 2 - 10 10 8 Jno. W. Lampkln and Miss Maudo Lee, of Clinton, wore married in Cairo, Sunday. a nm-Jorlt- y. , 1 ...... .... .... .... . . , Secretary of Stato, Den L. Druner, has issued a call for statements ot the condition of state banks as of Nov. 1. Ho expects ono of tho best reports ever mado by tho banks of regular terms. Kentucky. A prominent coal dcalor states that coal will bo higher this year than has been known in years. From all indications ho says that this will be a hard winter for those that aro to buy coal now before tho prices begin to soar. 13 3 3 1 un-ab- lo Nebraska.. Nevada New Hamshire New Jersey New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio 3 1 2 ... .... . -.- . 7 Dotu-oertv- - 3 14: Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Henry Sanger entortnlned a large number of frlonds at Rook. There wero six tables and fivo handed games played. Mrs, B. O. Halo assisted In receiving. An exccllont salad courso and coffeo woro served. From tho reports "Eth'opla" is going to bo about tho funniest local talent ontertalnment seen hero In many a day. It Is said to contain more funny features than ono would think could be crowded Into ono evening. Tho rehearsals for "Eth'opla" aro progressing splendidly nnd tho largo number who will take part aro becoming very enthusiastic as tho different stunts aro brought out. Very llttlo cotton has gon; to City from this section this week. I1 1 I! IF t t t v I ii 1) i ' 23 10 M: 2 7 Ktronchold. done m m 14 . ..- Thanksgiving Flowers Quality, with a moderate cost, is a first aim with us A part of your Thanksgiving order earnestly solicited. Flowers for any occasion I have a design book showing 200 different cuts for different occsions. Flowers may be employed to express the finest sentiments and their use beome a pleasure, and to the good of mankind. We conduct the flower trade, not as it too often is done, but in the perfected ways in which it can and should be done. We possess the "know how" that goes with fine arrangement of flowers, and that "know how" is practiced by us. Consultation and correspondence on decorations freely invited. MOT'S YOUR ROOF ? I Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania 3 - 2 2 10 21 1 2 2 If it leak we have roofing that can be put on with a 15 year guarantee, for Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas ..... '- 1 --- 7 .- $3.50 per square The manufacturer absolutely forbids any paint on this roofing, therefore you save on paint. We arc agents for the celebrated Regal and J. M. Asbestos Roof Coverings. Let us figure with you on your next roof to be covered. con-trib- te .... . . .- . - o ... 16 1 1 3 1 Utah Vermont Viginia 9 Washington. . West Virginia. Wisconsin Wyoming Total 4 1 Hickman Tin. & Plumb. Co. 9 1 Remember, part of your business earnestly solicited. H. : ES. CTJRLiIKr -- 225 164: mni mamiismMmaumd:gitmr, ; ' tjJZ. SSSTSSSTIiySlvii JONES ALWAYS FRESH JONES CAFE 14 CAKES MADE RIGHT Every Week We Receive Fresh... L I m .xxcxxx Bulk Candies Package Candies Lowneya Blankc-Wcnncker MONDAY. NOV. Q RAPES Co. Standard Candy Co. This Store Will Do Only a APPLES ORANGES I Cigars 75 of tho most pop- ular and leading brands in the U. S- - NUTS GRAPE FRUIT BANANAS Tobacco Pipes Over 50 different designs to from, 5c to select $5 Lunch Goods Hot and Cold LEMONS CELERY OYSTERS BUSINESS When we say CASH, we mean cash. We don't care who you are- - your financial standing, the color of your hair or who sent you it takes cash to get the goods at Jones' on and after the above date. This is putting it pretty strong, but we don't want to be misunderstood. There are various reasons for this move. The two essential features are that we can sell cheaper and lose less on dead-beat- s by doing a strictly cash business. Not even a toothpick will hereafter be sold on credit. Drinks Canned Goods Bottled Goods Party Refresh m'ts is our long Pickles Olives suit CANDIES CREAM DRINKS NUTS Don't Ask For It Other Things which we haven't time to mention. For all occasions. JONES' PIES ARE DELICIOUS JQxTES CAFE The Cash Confectionery H JONES' COOKIES For Old and Young A woman is never well dressed until Box Gar Famine. On account of .tho car shortago, the Mongol Rox Company Is transferring box material from their mill lo tho largo warehouse, to koop from shutting down their plant. The is probably tho larg-st In West Kentucky nnd locnted the atavo mill. Tho material Is loaded on a flnt car, which Is push-f- d back and forward by tho men. They arc unnblo to got box cars to even transfer tholr mntorlal In. Tho policy of tho company Is to run the plimts full blast, and Jlils they aro attempting to do regardless of tho shortage of cars, ejfhoy arc behind up to tho present tlmo with their hlpmentB nbout 75 cars. With tho of the Chicago, Momphls & Gulf and tho Charleston & Hickman road, all this troublo should bo nnd tho car shortage not felt ve-tic- cr wnr-hoiis1 ni-n- r ellm-Innle- tier leet are well dressed ELM fUN The Red Cross Tanning ProceM til Iii4 m4 la kill? !; tcNl 1Mi(tlk t.CI) la U li.liif. I T) MiUtff hIi If Ik ki iktr kf aillurr 4ii Iml T Ki4 Crl kU Ii IumI t iftUI fn ll( i llttl k4 t aMtktr Ixo roa Si kttfr Tilt l ?! r Such Is the decree of Fashion nnd much foot suffcrinj; has been the result You may believe as many other women have that you have to sacrifice comfort to p.et style. You don't. You can get both in the same shoe. Come in now and let us show you the Red Cross Shoe. The Red Cross styles for Fall will please the most critical taste. The extremely short appearance they give your foot make them strikingly attractive. You will l&c the season's newest models; the atill shorter effects; the new tops; the higher heels daintily shaped; the rich tones in dull leather. Ami you will flud the Red Crra Shue absolutely comfortable the moment you put it on. It la not the ahape of the Red Cross Shoe tlwt maVra it bo easy to walk in. Tanucd by the (pedal Red Crooa process, its aole is lleit-bl- e, it bends with your foot. You can select any style you picTcr and wear it right out of the stoic Come in today and let us fit you sisisisisisisVr3WhlkTJsV rB lsBar T "Si AWFULLY anxious to show you his line of CAPS. So many well dressed men look to Curlin for their Caps and Headgear. You ought to at least come and look over his irresistable lines the newest, handsomest and most appealing patterns. My Dear Sir Did you know that Curlin is m v ll4oU lit iTFtJssaH ttjBBSBBaB H. E. CURLIN Tlio Storo of Ciivlity ' tn Tus kM, Kim at oil Its no Insurance nt all unless Its the host Kennedy of fore only strong" est companies. Oxford $3.50 and 1.00. High Shoes $-- and $5. f It bends with your foot "jm rham 'Bradley His Last Sermon. & Pa Jno, A, McGiure Dead. Practical Fashions LADIES' TUCKED SHIRTWAIST. News was received here last ThursW. Wilson will preoah bis onuon fit tbo MelhodUt Church day afternoon that Jno. A. McCJure, iKXt Bundny, unless h la returned a wall knows rillsen of near this place had dltd suddenly at Harris-burs- , to Utls cbnrgo by the MvmpbU Ills., bis otd home, where be which meets In lVuluenb on wn visiting relatives. xt Wednesday. 1 ti Her. a. con-frnc- hours Sunday morning and evening wlfq, Mrs. Jenulu MColure, and a ami all hart a ipoUI Invitation to daughter nt Harrlsburg. . ., attend. . Deceased waa a man of considerable talent, and last year was emDr. 1). A. lloytill. of Villa IUdico, III, ployed by the State Department of laitd bis daUgbIr, .Mrs. K. 8. Mooro Agrloulturo In tho oapaefty of lecturer for tho third dlstrloL Ho was this week. full of energy ami has done much Noxt time try a sock of Omego for farming Interests In this county. Flour beat inado. Uottorsworth & In the early part of tho presont year Prathor. he contributed a number of vnluablo artloh's to this paper In tho Intercuts of bettor farming and better stock. Daily Helps to Health Politically bo wna n stnunch Reand Happiness publican; religiously, ho was an acByOBORdK P. UUTLEH. A.M.M.D. tive tnomber of tho Christian Church ot this city. He Is also said to bavo Water constitutes more than boon a member of tho Masonic lodge of the bulk of the nt Hnrrlshurg. body, and all the functions of life are really carried on In a Ilia donth will bo regretted by his water bath; and, although the many friends here and elsewhore. sense of thirst may be trusted to call for a draught of water Further particulars later. when required, the fluid can be advantageously Imbibed most for many reasons besides mere"I told you so." ly satisfying thirst. Did you lose? Digestion Is much facilitated by a modefate draught of wate,, Election Is ovor. which disintegrates and dissolves the contonto of the stomMoro local vluw post cards ntHnr-ri- s ach, fitting It for emulgenee and preparing It for assimilation. The habit of drinking water Corman HurIiob haa rolurned to In moderate quantities between Union City. meals contributes to hoalth, and Indicates the fact that those Dr. Nallllng, of Union City, was who visit health resorts for the horo Monday. purpose of drinking the waters of mineral springs might profit Raymond Ilonnott, of near Ilrowns-vlllo- . by staying at home and drinkhas pneumonia, ing moro water and leas beer "'Miss Victorlu Nelson hns returned and whisky, i Water Is the solvent of nature, and from a visit to Fulton frlonds. the chief agent In all transformations of matter. Vhen taken MntUo Grndy, ot Houston, Ml Into an empty stomach It quickTexas. la visiting d. h. Collins and ly passes Into the circulation to family. liquify effete solids, whose exIs thus cretion from the system Tho mombors nro urged to attend Very few people facilitated. prayer meeting nt tho Ilaptlst church think of the necessity of washnoxt Tuosday ovonlng. ing the Inalde as well as the and he who outside of tho body, Mrs. Dollo Wllllnma roturnt-- to nor healthy would bo perfectly homo In Newborn yostorday after a should be as careful about the visit wlUt Hlckmnn relatives. cleanliness of his stomach as skin. thrt of his Remember there will be no water vMatgHtassMHasvssMfBissaear(kssaeBssBiSBVtBssiewasasa tomorrow. The water worns people will bo repairing the mains. At this time no parUeulars can bo that Rv. WHanwl having glvsm ohMb1 had. MtiMfactlon, but It is by mo mM Mr. MCfllure bad resided In this iUMMtrttl tut yet UmI be will. seatlon about twelve years, llo was survived by his SUm Ices Will bo bald at the usual CO years old, nnd It Is probable owe back, "Killed 3,804; Injured 82,374." This Is tho casualty record of tho railroads of tho United States during Uio year ending Juno 30th, last, according to tho interstate commerce commission today. It Is an Increase ot 1,013 In the numbor killed and 18,454 in tho number Injured over tho previous year's figures. II N. Soat loft for Nashville yesThere were C.8C1 collisions, killing terday on a business trip. 433 people and Injuring 7.7C5 and Almost olghty of tho leading brands damaging railroad property $4,629,270 of cigars to select from at Harris'. In tho 5,9ip derailments during tho year 340 persons wore killed and Clins Wornor loft yostorday for Injured. During the last threo Hot Sphlngs to spend a few days. months ot tho year tho total killed Nalfeh Bros, sale, which, began Sat or Injured was 20,650. urday, was a tromendous success. 4,-8- Friday afternoon, tho Indies of the Kmbroldery Club were delightfully entertained by Mrs. Nannie Kingman Resides the members there wore several visitors. Cream and cake nnd salted almonds woro served. Those present woro: Mesdames S. L. Doddi C P. Sliumato, E. R. Prather. W. C. Johnson, T. T. Swayne. R. B. Brevard, C. il. Walker nnd Miss Mario Brovard . Tho visitors woro Mesdames Carl Schmidt, W. C. Speor, C. O. Schlenker. J. C. Sexton, J. II. Mil-ic- t, li. P. Hlllson and Dollo Muse, of Atlanta, Go. Railroads Killed 3,804. Hill McGlinton. Charlio Hill and Miss LUHo were happily united la mar-rlag- o Sunday afternoon at tho homo of the brldo in Crutchfleld. Tho ceremony was performed by Rev. Tini Lowry, of Clinton, Ky. The brido is tho young nnd pretty daughter of Mr. J. N. McCUnton, of Crutchfleld. Tho groom Is a prosperous farmer on route No. 1. Many wishes aro extended for tholr future happiness. Atty. T. N. Smith was over from Fulton on business yesterday. There would be more weddings in Hickman If moro young mon bought more of Hnrrls' package candy. W A. Dodds Is putting lumbor on the ground for Cowglll Rogers' now resilience In tho Rogers Addition. Mrs. J homo in spending ter, Mrs. I,. Robinson returned to her Now York, yesterdny, aftor several days with hor sisS M Nalfeh 1 j Miss Myrtle Walker returned from Louisville yesterday, after spending Mrs. John Choate, who has been several months In that city. qulto low of typhoid fever. Is thought Monday evening, Mr. and Mrs. C. to bo better today. P. Shumato entertained Mr. and Mrs. a) Tho Hickman Courier and Weekly A. M. Tyler at six o'clock dinner In Commercial Appeal, both one year honor of their tenth anniversary. tor 11.26. Get them now. Mr. Parker, tho gentleman who Miss Kato Conley, of Mound City, will coach tho homo talent In tho Ills , Is visiting her brother, Cnpt. Leo play "Eth'opla" to bo given at tho Campbell, Miss Gertrudo Fetho and Lyric, Nov. 18th, arrived In Hickman yesterday. othor Hickman friends this week Te Optimist's Corner one-fourt- No. 8321. All Scams Thoro are fow women who can pass by a counter where remnants of pretty wash materials aro exposed for salo without tho desiro to buy ono or moro of thorn. Often thoy nro stopped from doing so by tho thought thnt they canont And n pattern slmplo enough for a choap bit of gtnghnm and nn hour's tlmo. Wo lmv this objoctlon by supplying a model which Is not only very simple, but very pretty as wolL Tho waist Is cut on what Is known as tho Gibson style. It haa the deep tucks at the shoulder, whlob ovorlap tho seam of tbo slocvo and aro stitched down for their entlro length, In tho front and also In tho back. Tbo pattern Is In 0 sites 33 to 42 Inches bust measure. SIxo 30 bust requires 2y, yards ot mntorlal 36 Inchos wide. To procure this pattern send 10 cents Paris Pattern Allowed. In Our Shoe DepL You will find every style that is right, and every leather that is good, at h 4 l to "rottern Department." of thla pnper. Writ nnins and address plainly, and ba sure to slve site and nujibor of pattern. NO. 3321. NAME TOWN STREET AND NO ffTATE r. SIZE every PRICE THAT IS PRACTICAL for men, women and children. Every shoe we sell is solid leather. 1 li a r "1 v , We know that we are showing this season by far the greatest values and the finest assortment of high-clas- s Shoes ever shown by this or any store in Hickman, Ky. We want you to know it. The only way you will know it is to come and see for yourself. 3' unl-vers- al No Help Needed. Husky Hobo Say, mlstor, would yous help a feller wot's starvln'T Farmor Oatcake Shoro I would. But 1 dunno why n follcr'd want help t' starve, by glngcrl Strained Relations. Little Willie Say. pa. what aro strained relations? Pa The relationship ot girls and young men who aro tholr brothers by refusal, my son. Thanksgiving, Thuredaay, - a. ; ! ! m. Attorney-at-La- tylerI w I; nnd Notary Public ; Will practice in all Courts of the State. ; ; Office with Judge B. T. Davis Carl Schmidt and wifo spent Sunday nnd Monday In- Union City. Wo notice tho Fulton Leader Is J cnrrylng alx full pngo ads tills week. Mrs. C. II. Mooro and children vis- Well, Uio Courlor Is not tho only Ited In Union City this week. ; paper gobbled up by ndvortlsers Just Sam Salmon was near Charleston nt present. a fow days last week on business. Dr. J. D. Carlton, of Union City, Dr. J. M. Hubbard nnd Oco Harris nnd Miss Curry Ooocb, of Sturgls. tho of- mndo a trip to Columbus, Tuesday, Ky., woro quietly married at fice nnd Inflrmnry of Dr. O. C. Sav-ng- o In a Hupp car. Thoy rolurned via 30 miles I; In Jfashvlllo, on Bundny nftcr-noo- n Clinton and mndo Uio trip of lu oua hour aud 30 minutes, 2:30 o'clock, Oct. 23, 1910. at ', Oco Harris wonts j;ou to sco hla now lino of sample pipes on display In tho Hickman Drug Co. window. We can show you styles and values you will not see where. We guarantee a perfect fit. else- U- T" - 24th. Come and Examine E. C. RICE & COMPANY J tiii I ' itwwmi uwmSiemkmmitErs eBZ ,, - rir m If You Just "Wont Have a Wagon Hickman tjktl WKKKRWtEEKKEKKni1 v I v 3 s TUDEBAKER I You can Tennessee r Studebaker from us at the followinsr prices: I ) 2 3 2 3 34 inch Studebaker or Tennessee " " " " " " 34 inch " Hickman Wagon $60.00 62.50 50.00 52.00 For SPOT CASH we will allow a REBATE of $5.00 on each wagon Sold. Hickman Hardware Company incohportead Good Word for the Widows. When a man U left with a lot of motherless children on his hands, he usually scatters them among his rela tlves. If it Is tho woman who Is left with fatherless Ilttlo ones, she keeps them together and earns a living besides. Women develop great onegry when left without a man. In fact, all the widows wo know are getting along a great deal better than the married women. Atchison Globe. Good Stroke of Business. Tho 1 note Is not tho smallest la sued by the bank of England Dy mistake a note of the value of one penny was mado and issued In 1828 It was In circulation for many yoars, a source of annoyance to the cashiers In making up their account. At length the holder of It brought It to the bank and after considerable argu ment persuaded tho authorities to give him 5 for it Surprise Parly, Mr. and MfaxC. P. Shumato woro agreeably surprised Monday evening by a largo number of their lady friends in honor of their tonth anniversary, tin wedding, and wore show ored with many nice and useful tin utensils. Tho part' was a complete surprise in every particular, and a dullghlful time had by everyone. Bridgo was played. A large number of tho guosU attonded their wedding ten years ago; and agreed to surprise thorn, Tho guests woro Mosdamos O. L. Walker. L. P. Ellison. II. K. Pra ther, L. A. Stone. T. T. Swayno. J. M Hubbard. Fop Herring, II. N. Cowglll, E. II. Prather. J. T. Staph-nes- . V. S. Ellison. C. II. Travis. It. T Tyler. F. S. Mooro, E. H. Ellison, A M Tyler, Nantilo Kingman, J. H. Millet, and .Misses Marie Brevard and Iluth Ellison. All proscriptions taken to Helm & Ellison's are filled by "Clint" Ellison Their First Train. Given Life Sentence, j School Without Pupils. Funny tand omotlmcs expensive) things happen. At Fancy Farm, a school district in Graves county, Mrs Amy Buakmnn is employed as toarh-e- r In the public Mthool, but uol a pupil bos attended for several weeks, although thare 1C0 school children in When she first began her sohoel. jelle a number were In attendance, bat lee the opening of St Jerome For good groceries and prompt vice, phone Home 38. ser- Our 20c coffee ts a world-beate- r try IL Bottersworth & Prather. The Packard needs no brass band It wins its way on accompaniment. merit alone, and is content to do so. The verdict of those who wear this shoe is its most valuable advertising asset. Genuine worth, like truth, is a permanent quality. Sold nobody elso. Androw Hannoborry, ono of tho old citizens of Columbus, died Friday night, Oct. 28. Ho was born In Ireland about 75 yoars ago and came to America in 1SC4, first stopping In Massachusetts, whoro ho. romalncd about a year, then camo to Columbus, whoro ho resided until his death. For many yoars ho was In tho employ of tho Mobile & Ohio railroad until ho from actlvo work in 1S9S. ,A est and most respected t J3.SO $4.00 $5,00 in all tjle. M. A. PACKARD CO, maker: Sold by Brockton, Ma::. Bradley & Parham. wounded and Spleer was aided by his sixteen year uM daughter awl twelve year old son. Bpteer wee eae of the chief lieutenants of the late Judge James Ilnrjili, later in the IlreaUihl county fouds ot several Passion, purity and lovo. A ten years ago which culminated In the dor, touching story, beautifully told, amrSMdHatloRB or James Cockr.ll and olaboratoly staged, prcsontcd by prom Dr. I). V. Cox. Inont actors In living characters, Is Hploer swore that Hargte had 'hired the dramatization of Mary J. Holmes' popular novel, "Tempest and Sun- - him to kill several Breathitt county Bhlno" to bo scon 'at tho Lyric on men and confessed to his part DiTtie Thursday, Nov. 10th. deaths ot Cockrlll and Cox. Following this oonfossjon many attempt woro made to aseasslnate Sploer, but Who hit Billy Patterson Tuesday! he escaped each time with slight Walt for Dr. Stubbs. He will be wounds. in Hickman tho Week of Monday, Nov. U. Mrs. W. A. Forrester, of Union Miss Deron Harto has returned to City, died last Tuesday, after sever Fulton after a visit with Hickman al weeks' illness. friends. J. II. Jlarnhlll and wlfo and Miss Mrs. E. C. Carter, of Jordan, ami Salllo Montgomery, who havo been Mrs. Julia Lofton, of Jackson, Tonn , visiting W. F. Montgomery nnd wlfo spont Tuesday with Mrs. W. F. Mont for sovoral days, will leavo tomorrow gomery. for their homo in Providence, Ky wns 4 via tho Illinois Central through Brook, port and aoross the river to the Union Station, where It was delivered according to contract, to the Noah villo, Chattanooga & St. Urn la It. It , passed through Paducah Tuesday Unheralded, unannounced, without Asbury Spker. who has tigered the welcomo from tho curious onlook- Conspicuously in the Breathitt coun-ters ono could expect in an Instanee feud for reaey year wee "Saturof tho kind, the first freight train day niveti a lire In lite over the Darlington railroad exten- state veattet-Uarfor the murder ef sion from Horrln, Ills., to Padueeh Iiis nephew, A saury Pujrate. set-twe- e y Pugate was SclHed in a newenU the district. fight last Juno, in which hi motker Catholic School not one pupil has attended the free MheeL Mrs, Buck-tun- a goes to the school house overy morula; regularly and remains each day until about 9 o'clock, and then relume homo. All the children' In Uml dletHet are going (o tho Catholic school, while the tenchur of the free school attend regularly every dey and drow her Mi for tenonitis a school with no pupils. muslolans, who are hora . shnur i..,.. .. skirmish In Lauderdale's, barber shop Saturday morning, rcsultlmr in ono or tbpjn getting a lick from a big slovg poker that came- - near putting him out of business. Tho blow shattered his uppor Jaw bone nnd split his left oar wldo opon. Judge Item-Ioreviewed the troublo and fined oaoli one J 11.60. ro Two With a medlolmt ro-tir- Our 25c coffeo Is ccjual to any you Wednesday Bettors-wort- h for Gordon, Texas, whoro sho will ovor bought at 3C to 40c. & Prather. Miss Louis Cannon, of Como, Miss., spend two mouths visiting lior brotharrived hero Monday to visit Miss er, Mr. Cooper. Sho stopped a fow J. W. Ward is bnck from Charles-ton- , Bonnie Carpenter. days In Memphis. Miss., wbero ho closed a deal Mra. Fope Herring; of Union City, for 300 acres of timber. Mr. Ward Havo prices for Thanksgiving cut flowers. Your orders will be given was hero Monday, tho guest of Mrs. may open a feed store in that city in a short time. prompt attention. Miss Frankye Held T. T. Swayno. Mr8. Mr. Rice, of Martin, waa in tho city again last Tuesday night and met with tho Commercial Club. The over all proposition was brought up again and tho committee reported that $3,000 stock bad been subscribed. Tho subscription asked for was 10,000, or $0,000 paid up. Several present at the meeting increased ther subscriptions and othors subscribed. Still there was considerable discrepancy. Union City Commercial. ut Tho largest theatre is tho Paris Opera House, covering three acres; tho largest bronze statue, that of Peter tho Great, In St. Petersburg, weighing 1,100 tons. Tho biggest stone BlatUi, is in Japan, 41 feet high; the largest college Is in Cairo, with over 10,000 students and 310 teach era. Damascus has the honor of being the oldest city. Phono CI about your insurance. Your Plans Will Work Out for bad spots or defective any kind. ly selected, Fear to die until you havo dono some good that will always llvo. It is a risky thing to get mad and stay that way until after sunset. When tho charactor of any ono is discussed silence in tho good-natured Miss Llla Powell died at hor homo Pilot Oak. Friday afternoon after more than a year's llngorlng Illness of that dread disease, tuberculosis. Tho law says that n man noed not support his mother-in-law- , but, prnliui tho Lord, theso Is no 'law against n mothor-ln-Iasupporting hor son-lall right If you uso lumber from this law. yard. So will the specifications. Jim WllIlntllB nil nf.1 rlll.nn wi ll'.l.. w.vu una There wlH be no need of buying more place, is rcpojf4iaB being quite sick. lumber than they call for to allow Ho is abouf'00 'years of ago. In n stuff of II. Phobeus'of Huntingdon, Tonn., has accepted position In L. T. Jack-son'- s Is censure. Our lumber so Is so careful seaaoncd J. M. Rold loft thoroughly harbor shop, M. C. HardlngJ B. F. Ward and O. that you can count on every inch of F. Wllllngham, of.'lllckman, were in It as being of service. Think that Full on Sunday., over. Ask for Omega Flour. Hickman Lumber Sr Planing Mill tor. Bottorsworth & Co. Incorporated Prather. None bet x havo boon tho depot this week. s remodeling hJliJ.A 1 Cf.J f. n A)teeTWe ,tTJih-- , r Tfl U,lr,W 1MBJHJ jj'swr GRIPPEN HANGING STAYED BY COURT CONVICTED AMERICAN QET8 RE. PRIEVE UNTIL WEDNES- DAY, NOVEMBER 23. Mf MINE mine explosiqh IN IN ROUND ABOUT TWELVE FOREIGNERS KILLED WASHINGTON. ! - THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY -- All the People in 1. Mr II 11 & Timber Aro Hurled Half Mile and Workings Then Begin to Cavo In. & , IS WIFE STILL LIVING? London Official Deny That Report From Philadelphia Had Any Influence Upon Court In Granting Stay of Execution. London, Nor. 8. TIjo ditto of the locution by hanging of Dr. Hawloy It. Crlppon, tbo American doctor, convicted of murdorlng his wlfo, Metis Elmoro, n muilo hall linger, wa postponed two wMtu or mora. No reason baa been mado publlo, but It I denied In ofnolal circle that tbo report from Phlladolphla that tbo woman la allvo and In biding near Chicago, In n diabolical plot to kill Crlppen locally, bad anything to do with tbo postponement. Crlppn, who m to hare been hanged Tuesday, may bo executed Wednesday, Kovir ber SI. Ho deflnlte day baa bovn avt, howeror. Crlppen overjoyed when the hlx abertff Informed htm of the postponement. "I bulleie that aomethtng will yet Interrene to provu my Innoconee." he doclarud. The condemned man waa against letting hla hopes raullou mount too high. The postponement wan ordered officially by the home ofuee, which la taken by many to Indicate that Home Kecretory Winston Ohurohltl will at least give the cat a thorough bear-lo- g before he allows Crlppen to go to the galluwa. La tor In the day It waa semiofficially anounced that the eieoutlon would tako place November 23 unless the homo secretary should decide to grant a communication or pardon to the wife murderer. Solicitor Newman, who ha represented Crlppen over since the latter was arretted at Father Point, Quobee, it busily engaged with the otlior lawyers In drafting a petition to Homo Secretary Winston Churchill asking either that he grant an unconditional pardon to Crlppon or that he tbo eontenco to Ufa Imprison u 8eattlo, Wash., Nov. 8. Two explosions, occurring within a fow mln-uto- a of oach othtir, and which blow tlmboru a distance of half a mllo, In tho death of 12 men In tbo Lawson mino at Black Diamond, 20 miles eouthaast of Suattl. flovon mon going down on shift and five men coming up wero caught between tho fifth and sixth levels, and It Is almost certain all perished. Natural gas combuslon Is assigned as tho causa All tho men wero foreigners. Tho shock of tbo explosion, which wss felt for miles around, was so great that many thought thero had been an oarthqunko. As soon an the extent of tho disaster was known, rcsouo parties went Into tho mine to roBcuo any minors who might bo allvo. As far aa known, the 12 mon In tho tram car wero tho only ones In the mlno ns tho time of tho explosions. Tho coal mines at Illack Diamond arc owned by the Pacific Coast company. Soon after tho exploulon thu mlno began to cave In, Indicating that nil the support had been blown out and tho tunnels wore wrecked. It Is doubtful If tbo nine will bo reopened. Tho damago Is estimated at $2(0,000. Hickman Attend-th- e H- BAD FIRE AT LONDON. Loss 'mm?,: ;fluW W Big Sacrifice Approximates $200,000 and Is Suspected. FATHER IS REAL ANGRY London. An ontlro block In tho business section of Ixindon was wiped out by a flro which started In a small dry goods storo. The loss Is ostlmatcd at 1200,000. Among tho buildings do troyed wns the Catching hotel. All tho guosts escaped without Injury. Tho blazo. ono of tho worst that has evT occurred In a small town In Is believed to havo been Incendiary In Its origin, and tho police aro Investigating. Tho authorities claim to have tangible clews as to the Identity of the criminal nnd an arrest Is imminent. The fire destroyed tho postoirico and he otricos of tho Tnlted Stales commissioner. Tho tolfgrnph office was urnwl and communication destroyed. Two dry goods stores, three groceries, i rotnuranL the ofllcoa and libraries of eight attorneys and threo physi-ilantho First National hank nnd ironll losses wero added Tho total Insurance is about $75,000. Ken-tuok- Sale at NAIFEH BROS. D. G, STORE We are sorry that we could not give as much attention to each customer as we would like. But the biggest day of our business was last Saturday and we expect to make next a bigger day still. This is the biggest sale we ever had with the greatest of all 1 s. VISITED SIX TOWNS. Helrees of Wisconsin Mllllonslre Weds Chauffeur Who Was Teach. Robbers on Motorcycles Secure Loot Ing Her to Run Motor. Over Considerable Territory. Hhlnolander, Wis., Nov. 8. Miss Hlbol Itobbtna of Italnclander, daughter of a millionaire lumberman, Edward Ilobblus, baa been disowned of her wedding to an automobile expert who waa sent north by a Wisconsin manufacturer to teach her how to run a car that was glvon her for a birthday present Kdward Zabel Is the bridegroom, and ho and hla bride have left for Milwaukee, after having failed to win forgiveness of the girl's parent. Zabel waa told that he would havo to support his bride on hla salary. Zabel, however, Is from a good family, and haa been promised a promotion by bis employers. Burglars mounted on made a raid of lx small owns In Boylo county, covering a itretoh of 34 miles. Jamo Lce, a merchant at Eubank, 10 miles south of Danville, was tho aoavtost loser, tho dosporadoos securDanrllto ing In carih. Tho postofRoo at Morchead was robbed of $90 In cash and several nun-Iro- d 1SO0 inducements -- CUT PRICES. dollars' worth of stamps. 3hoIby City tho burglars broko At n shut- Sale continues this and next week. com-raut- o EIGHT DEAD IN WRECK ter of tho potofflco building and wero frightened away. At Junction City tho robbors wero ihot at by a young man who occupied tho second tory of a building. At Danville they attempted to break into i restaurant on Iioaty avonuo, but were frightened away. Naifeh. Bros. Funny (and somotiines expensive) An old Hickman citlzon said: "The prettiest cotton maket HIckmarn ever things happen. At Fancy Form, a had was when every man had his cot- school district In Graves county, Mrs. ton ginned nnd brought It up town Amy Buckman Is employed as teachand sold It In the bale. A dozon er in tho public echool, but not a pubuyers would flock around and samp- pil has attended for several weeks, ling and bidding would begin. It Is although thero 1C0 school children In my oxporlonco that tho morchnnt will tho district. pay moro than tho average buyor." WANTED: Evcryono In Hickman Thero is truth in what this gentle and vicinity to read tho man has said. Why not try It? of tho now serial by Bobt. opening-chapters Tho norm1 secretary Is now tbo only official with power to pavo (Jrlppon from the gsJtow. While it la Spokano, Wash., Nov. 8. Eight aro Churchill wilt Investlgato tho coso thoroughly. It Is hardly llkoly known to b dead and four Injured as he will Interfere to mvo tb prisoner. a result of a freight wreck on thy a real Northern inJlroad noar Chatteroy, Wash. Tho wreck waa the recollision on a sharp TO LOOK FOR SOUTH POLE sult of a hoad-oourvo between two heavily loaded Japanese Expedition Will Start No- trains running at high speed. Nineteen cars caught fire and threo vember 15 and Expects to Retrainmen were burned to death. The main Away Threo Year. dead aro member of tho Oreat NorthNew York, Nov. 8. Tbo Explorers' ern train crews and three tramps. club her has been notified that a Japaneso expedition to the south plo will leave Toklo November 16. The CHARRED BODY IS FOUND vereel oxpedttton will uso a Mississippi Planter Be. quipped with flails and auxiliary pow-- r Prominent Ileved te Have Been Tortured to and expvet t V throe years in Death for Burled Money. making its loni Journey. work of the oxp4l-tl- o Tho tclentiac Darlow, Miss Nov. 8. Tho charred will bo In chargo of two special-body of S. Q. Martin, a prominent from the Waseda university, ono planter, waa found la his homo near .al whom will dovote himself to lb hero, and practically everything of and nautical tudy of astronomical boon stolen. (Phenomena, whllo tho other will tako value had The authorities' theory Is Martin ,care of the necessary topographical was tortured to death by robbers work, meteorological observations and who believed ho had money in great tudy of natural product of the quantities burled upon bis estate. visited. tOO-ton na sient. Cot Nineteen Cars Burn In Head-EnMelon on Washington Railroad Ntar Chatteroy. rtnwnrn nf substitutes seo that our Tho Hickman Courlor and Weekly Is on your plumbing und Commercial Appeal, both ono year trndo-martinning Job. John Cotton. for J 1.25. Oct them bow. k at ELECTRIC SIGNS. the-busines- They cannot help it. Electric signs draw the crowds and Let us show you a few make plans of electric signs which will make your store one of the most attractive in town, and will not cost you nearly as much as you think. ( Hickman Ice imwmmmm HBmffiMHmi & Coal Co. IIIIJbI INCORPORATED lllWWsWsMilWIIIill Clovorport No formor Kcntucktan ws been talked of more rocontly than t A. tang, of Kansas City. Mo who given 30,OOO to Transylvania of Islington. Especially havo Fulton Merchant Assigns. lis boyhood friends around Shelby .Die boon tolling stories about his outhful days spent In Shelby county, Bud Mllner, n well known merchant there ho waa born 50 years ngo. This Htoceisful man wnR educated In the of Fulton, wns forced to mnko an sommon country schools of Kentucky assignment Monday. Jt. M. Chowning tnd worked on a farm until ho was 1? was nppolnted as receiver for tho de'ear of ago. when he took omploy-ncn- t funct store. in a store. This did not prove to Sheriff Johnson has In hand execu ils liking, and ho wont book to the tions Issued in favor of wholosalo years ho low. At tho ond of five loanl the call of tho west, nnd In a houses for moro than I1S00. Tho mart tlmo thorcaftor ho started a store carried nn oxtenslve lino of imnll retail lumber yard at Columbus, mail's clothing and men's furnishings. nn. It is thought that tho concern will bo able to pay about G3c on tho dol Lexington. It was announced horo Jar. trot-Inhat Gus Macoy, the horso trainer, had bought of J. D. Grovor, of tho Grovorland Stook Thanksgiving, Thursdany, 24th. Farm, tho yearling colt McKlnnoy Mc by y McKlnney, dam Miss nnissol, FOR SALE: A team of good horsWalton, for $6,000. Tho purchase was es.1 Journey Roovos. 3tp nade by Mr. Macey, representing Geo. 11. Bstcbrook, of Donver. Col., whoso Ask for Omega Flour. Xonq betixtenslvo stable Mr. Macoy and his tor. BottorsTsorth & Prather. x ton Jleamy are handling. Xoxt tlmo try a sack of Omego Frankfort Misa Cora Maud Nanco, Flour best mndo. Bettersworth & of Nowport, argued tho caso of Nanco Prathor. against tho Pattorson Building Co., Ceo. Graffclrann and wlfo, who havo in tho Court of Appeals, and is tho tlrst woman to mako an argument be- resided In this vicinity for 1G years. fore tho nppollnto court in Kentucky. contomplato moving bnck to tholr old Mlw Nance is not nn attorney, but homo In Lafayette County, Mo. wns permitted to oxorclso hor constitutional right and nrguo her caso. houso FOB SALE: Ono four-rooand threo lots In West Hickman. Jackson Asbury Spicor, who has Prico J500. Also ono house-boa- t and figured conspicuously in Breathitt ono lot in West Hickman. Geo. Graf-county for many years, waa given a 4tp . llfo sentence in tho Stato ponltentlary felnian. nephow. Aabury for tho murdor of his I Is substantially what Fugato, InU spring. a frlond of ours said tho other day Ixiulsvlllo. A. J. Pldgeon, president niter his houso burned and ho had Development no Insurance. No uso for you to talk of the Arizona-MichigaCo., nnd tho Dragoon Mountain & that way; seo Kennedy tho InsurNorthorn rallrond. of Benson. tIt., ance man. was arrested as he wns preparing to Tho Electro is a now boat In tho lcavo tho city, W. It. Wntor. a local of Loo Lino sorvlco. Sho has been charcharging convonlon capitalist, $1,300. Pldgeon. who was Immediately tered and "will run In place of tho released on bond, Btntod ho was great- Stacker, which Is aground near Now ly surprised at tho action. Ho clnlms-h- Madrid. Tho Leo pooplo seom to bo nover saw tho money which, ho up against tough luck of lato; thoy presumes, was mennt to apply on havo nnothor big packet nground Water's subscription to Btock in tho Momphis. Prospects nro good io railroad company. losing both boats. Hondorson Harry S Mann, aged Managor J. T. Dillon announces tho 27 years, of tho mcrcantllo firm of poisoning. early appearance hero of tho dramatMann Bros., died of blood popHo was ono of Hendorson'a foremost ization of Mary J. Holmes' most young business mon and capitalists. ular novel, "Tempest nnd Sunshine." He was married last April to Miss Nothing Uko it has over been offered Josephine levyi of Louisvlllo, who sur- and ovory man, woman and child vives. Threo brothers and his mothor should boo it. Outsldo of its dramatalso survive. ic valuo and neat comedy It teaches of Incorporation a lesson equal to any sermon over Frankfort Articles inof tho Gary Land Co., of Loxlngton, delivered from tho pulpit. This with capital stock of JIEO.000 has been teresting and Instructive play will bo soon at tho Lyric on Thursday, Nov. filed with the secretary of state Is composed of Chicago mon. 10th. woll-knowg A. E. IConnodv. tho Instimnrn mnn. has moved his office upstairs .over Brevard's store. You aro Invited to call and seo him. Phono 51. W. Chambers In tho November num- ber of Cosmopolitan Magazine It la tho greatest novel of tho year and is illustrated by Charles Dana Gibson. Many people fa IK to accomplish anyThero will be an eclipso of tho thing bocauso they try to do too moon next Wednesday evening, at much. 6:52. I i 0 ; ; ; ; ; : MM)MMirJMtrliifg AMBERG'S : : : t iU hl i ; ; ; ; : : : ; Favorite Molasses The season for the new crop Sugar House Molasses is now drawing near at hand, and for the many, many calls for Amberg's Favorite brand of molasses the past month, I know nearlv evervbodv is about readv to devour some of this old time brand, which tastes best, from what I can hear the people say. If you want something in the way of good molasses you will have to go where you can get the Favorite Sugar House Molasses. You can get same at Amberg's. I am expecting this brand of molasses in about a week or ten days. A party was telling me that he heard that I kept the genuine Sugar House Molasses, stating that he was going to get a gallon as soon as it arrived, as he wanted to use a little of this pure molasses on one of his diseased eyes says he thinks it will help his eye, and probably get the diseased part well. So, you see, Amber's Favorite Molasses is not only used" for eating purposes, but for other purposes. Have sold several boxes of nice Grape Fruit for the opening season and have just received another lot of them, a trifle higher than last year, but are a great deal better and, fiom what I can learn they taste delicious and are extra large. All my Fancy Groceries rank as the best quality, as the two items mentioned above. When in need of anything in my line come and see tne before making your purchares, I know I can please you. I will have the famous R. W. Thompson Brand of Self Rising Flour this week, This brand of flour is the best to buy as 'tis the least trouble in making up biscuit, bread and pastry. Only flour that doesn't require any salt, soda or milk, and Mr. g Flour, Thompson has the name of making the best and it saves, you the lard over any other brand. Soliciting your patronage, respectfully, Am-ber- g well-kow- n Self-Risinone-third : r -- a -I - ; ; ; ; : ; ; : : ; ; ; : : - :'? .?:.. n bo-lo- w i J. L. AMBERG 1 giIMM3MMMMMMJuJt(IMiMMMM-ilM.1'J- fiiatgdttpfat. .fc sjA jk Local $ Push tho Eggs, 4Cc lovoo. a dozen and Bcarco. Born to tho wife of Fred Williams Sunday, a fine boy. Butter and eggs cannot Hickman bo had In at any price. ladles of Smith & Amberg's nnd Baltzer & Dodds' stores at Hook. Welsh raroblt lunch was enjoyed. Those prosont wore Misses Molllo Bourne. Mrb. C. P Shumate wont to Mom-phl- 3 On Monday ovonlng, Misses Laura yesterday to visit frlonds and nnd Marine Brown entertained Uie nttend a theatre at which Mnudo Ad- It. E. Switzer. of near Clayton, epont Sunday with tho family of II. L. Donncll. "What's going on around hero?" asked tho surprised visitor. "Is this a hospital?" "Oh, no," assured the tall man in tho Is tho stago sotting for J. T. Perkins, of Martin, was hero Bilk hat; "this a Now England farm drama. Tho noxt Wednesday. act will be tho milking sceno." "But I thought tho young lady In tho E. Cy Illoe returned from niarkot antlsoptlc npron was a trained nursoT" yesterday. "Oh. no; she Is tho milkmaid. Tho Mlsa Mnudo Mooro visited In Un- young man In tho rubber gloves that you thought wns a doctor Is tho farm ion City this week. d boy. As soon as thoy bring In tho stool nnd tho pnstourlzcd palls Howard Schmidt, of Union City, find tho cow's tooth brush the spont Sunday In Hlckmnn, with his nnd milking Bceno will begin." brother Cnrl Schmidt. Bter-lllze- Chats MILKING SCENE. Br-- V .3. a graceful suit which is one of the most attractive of the entire handI-lERE'S some ANDERSON line for Miy SW1 Fall and Winter and that's saying a great deal, too. Nell Rogers, Bortio Glover, Anlce Mary Berendes, Julia Jackson nnd Ora Becknor. Tho stronger came to tho old tavern. "You nre bohlnd tho tlmos." ho elucidated, grnvoly. "Why don't you tnko ams Is playing. down that old 'Accommodation for your gate Miss Savannah Eakor was ail led Man nnd Boast' sign ovor for Man bedsldo and put up 'Accommodation to Memphis this week to tho and Automobile?' " of H. H. Green, who Is In a hospital But tho old tavern keeper only there Mr. Green was worso, but Is smiled. erported Improving. "What would be the uso?" "Why, don't you think It would bo of advantage to you?" "No; by tho tlmo I got It up I'd have to tako It down and put up a sign, "Accommodation for Man and Aero- Rapid Age. Sfew s. r m Ladies' Home Journal g plane' s K M c. bonrd-ing-hous- o r i- - I Patterns IOC L20.d 15o Carried in stock at i 0 0 J E. R. EllisonTfe; McFadden's Mlttake. McFaddon (complalnlngly, at This egg must table bavo been laid by some hen back in tho nineteenth century. Mrs. Mealor (with warning whisper) Not so loud, Mr. McFaddon, tho other boarders might hear you. McFndden (louder) I want them to hear me. Very Mrs Mealer (resignedly) well. If you want to expose your Ignorance you may do so, but you will bo laughed at for not knowing tho egg was laid by a duck. r'i. Perfect styles, always and pains taking hand - tailoring where it is necessary. The custom-tailore- d drape which Anderson tailors impart to their product gives it an added value way beyond similar suits and overcoats for which other stores get $5 to $ 5 -1 more. m m I Let us take your measure. !3r,""f"f"f"f"f'r""''j m Sweater Coats 50c to 3.50. Sweater Vests, popular, 3.50 CASH STORE NEW QUARTERLY STYLE BOOK Hit Terms. The tramp in tho drab Jeans who had taken tho Job of cleaning off the snow in front of the squaro-chlnncwoman's premises knocked at her door and asked for some money. wom"The Idea!" the tauare-cblnnean burst out. Indignantly, when she glanced along hor pathway. "Tho snow U only halt off!" "I know, lady," the man explained, "but mo terms Is half off for cash." d d Reefers, Mufflers, Gloves, Caps, Under wear, hosiery, Overshoes and all kind of cold weather goods in big varieties. HE KNEW. So When Purchased with a 5c Pattern. 1 BRADLEY & PARHAM December Style Books Free Mrs, Gray Dead, Money Rolling In. j Tho Levee Board Is going right with the collection of funds for tho purpose of building a levee In West Hickman. Taken as a whole, tho collections have beon good; however, soveral who are able to pay have failed to do so up to this tlmo. Tho Board Is determined to carry out tho work assigned them, and those who will not pay othorwlso will be sued. It is highly important that this matter be attended to promptly, as work must begin soon If tho loveo is to be built this year. A fowhavo delayed payment waiting to seo where tho levee will run, waiting to see the dirt begin to fly, and a lot of othor flimsy excuses. The Board has worked bard and patiently trying to get the money paid so that they could do something, and tboy can hardly be blamed for going after the delinquents rough-shoTho N., C. & St. L. people announce that they are ready to begin work, and are merely waiting tho order from tho Levee Board. II. C. Barrott has made a visit to every man who has not paid, and has collcected quite a number of subMrs. Belle Case, $15. A. E. Kennedy, $10. Ferd Berendes, $5. wM 4f""?) Mrs. Arthur Gray, age St. died Idea Of Etho'pia. at rviiK of wttolMM(M -- rarr. fun prp. ck-a- n m t !? I Percy Jones, J htr home near Brownsville. Wedne-dn- y $5. S. A. Bassott, $20. Hickman Bank. Morton It Is easier to tnd trouble than to start It Henpock You're wrong. It's a blanwd sight easier to get married than to get a divorce. Preclout Eggs. More preoloun than ruble. Hickman Bank, $50. M. Harkey, $30. Dr. L. P. Baltzer, $5. J. II. Rone, $5. Tom Dillon, $25. Jno. Kistner, $10. P. J. Frenz, $20. R. Glasor, $5. W. A. Dodds, $50. Goaldor Johnson, $20. J. C. B. Travis, Or dlamends o gay Are the tggs that the hen All reluttuntly lay I $10. morning at 1 o'elock, after a lingering Illness of tuberculosa. d Doceased Is survived by her and throo small children; aleo her mother, Mrs. Bolton. Deceased was a good eMrteUati lady and hold In high eoteein by N who know her. She wm also tit third child Mrs. Bolton has lost In the past fow months, and the bereav-i- d bavo tho sympathy of their reaar frlends. Burial takes plnoe today at Itoada-ran- t gravoynrd. an-ban- Richmond & Bond, $1,050. Standard Oil Co., $20. W. C. Johnson, $225. B. F. Gabby, $50. Dr. C. M. Blackford, $5, Hickman Ic e& Coal Co., $25. O. B. Powell, $15. C. S. Driver, $25. Baltzer & Dodds, $50. C. B. Gayce, H.P. Johnson was in Hickman Saturday. Herscholl Bradley rot u mud homo Monday. Dr. Naylor was in Hickman on. business Monday. Misses Bcsslo and Pearl Johnson went to Union City Saturday. Mrs. Florence Brndloy, of Rlvos, Toun., was a visitor horo Monday. Dr. Wright nnd wife nnd HUlo son visited J. R. Wright Sunday night. Mrs. Eliza Wall and daughtor, Miss Jessie, woro in Union City Saturday. Messrs. Johnson and Rosa Holt, of Hamburg, Ark., aro visiting relatives hero. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Jones, of Ful ton, visited tho former's brothor Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Edmlston and daughtor, Earllno, visited Georgo Pow- ltt and family Sunday. Misses Lillan Edmlston and Dolln Campbell and Otha Hammonds visited Mrs. Ioun Branham, of Jordan, Sunday. J. T. Stephens is doing mm repairing on the Cnpt. Ryun residence BocaUBo of bled in Cairo, the recent rac troua Democrat wan in a i walk for shoriff, Tuosday. W. O. Stafford is making some Improvements on his residence near town. Contractor C. D. Roo Is doing tho work. A near tragedy occurrod lato Tuosday afternoon, In Fulton, when Ed Roborson nnd Whnyne Thomas had n difficulty. During tho melee two shots woro fired by Mr. Roborson, ono of which it is said, was fired through tho pockot of his coat ami tho other whllo tho two tnon scuffled for tho possession of tho pistol. Officer St. John, who wns on duty, relieved Mr. Roborson of his gun and put an end to tho combat. latere, b already la "HUt'opto" Um MtortatMMMM to be prevented Friday eigtK, Nor. at Um Lrte, aeoer Um aaenteee of ike U. D. C, and pereoHal dtreoUna f G. A. larker, who will alao play owe of Um leading comedy pert, aatl a brief idee of Um entertaUMMM will mo doubt be of latere. "MUfopla" a dramatic, pastoral picture of early plantation IK r Um euany mm. It la a kaMduvoofe prodaeOoa pretty doBMMic mmw ef Ufa In Um southern plantaUoa hohm. broulttt to date. InterapefMil wUk bright, pretty, catchy mueteal Humbert, aparklltig comedy diameters and negro humor, Introducing an e Plantation Mlaotrcl seena awl oilier iRtereeting ami fanny features. laeludlHg a large chorus of mixed voices, making a eo&g)omratloii of homely characters, scenes and attua-thinthe negro mammy, piccaninnies, with the dainty numbers introduced by the visitor, affording an tu4eie Real Estate Sales, !. Mm. Mm WMImWn to T. 1'. Mor. let In mtMoH. II tea. U. Walker to Mr. Ro.r lead INN Tmm ktad Wns been up etMd up e an addition le Ulckwac a Ih Jamea Upehaw te Addle Fuqun. In tereet Ih lead, $W. James Upebaw et at to J. F. H L. Dodtfe Co latereH In land. JMi :" W. P. Tarfer to J. P. McDowell lot In Carr Addlliau to Fulton. t ew. . old-tim- s, J. A. Underwood (o Albert Sinltb lota Pulton, 16?l. T. N. Ueiew to 8. J. Fletcher, land aear Orutehtteld, SQ. T. J. Kleuber to 8. J. Fletoher. : seres land, T90. C. A. Turner to H. L. Veatoh. i! acres land, $100. Hackett, & $20. Smith Amborg, $50. Peoples Bank. scriptions. Tho collections to dato are as fol- II. E. Curlln, $C0. W. A. Dodds, $50. J. Q. Adams, $15. F. L. Mothony, $10. W. E. Allen. $20. Ellison Bros., $300. F. M. Pro vow, $125. Our Pride... there is one department of our business we are more proud of than another, it is our If lows: H. C. Barrett. A. B. Pounds, ?5. Marshal J. It. Wright, B. It. Ellison, 10. Sullivan Bros., ?5. Helm & Ellison, 110. W. E. Caldwell, $5. J. A. Cotton & Co., ?G. 5. Farmers &. Merchants Bank. Mil lot & Alexander, $5. W. F. Edmonds, $20. J. P. Leggato, $10. Henry Sanger, $230. R. M. Islor, $10. Mrs. Jesslo Dillon, $10, Geo. Meacham, $10. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. FIto, of Beoler- Nalfoh Bros., $15. ton, are visiting W. J. Cook and fnm. J. T. Stephens, ?2G. ily this week. Hickman Concrete Co., ?20. Hickman Ind. Tel. Co., ?10. Porcy Jones, tho hustling cafe man, Hickman Furniture Co., ?25. swears by all that's goal and bad, E. E. Reeves, $25. that ho will do no more credit bust-nofiII. C. Helm, $12.50. after noxt Monday. Hickman Tin & Plumbing Co., $10. Examination papers have returned Dr. J. M. Hubbard, $10. to thoso competing for the Job of ruC. II. Moore, $5. ral route carrier on Rout No, 2, but Farmers Gin & Grain Co., $25. as yet it cannot bo said who has been A S Barkett, $10. J successful. Dr. E. M. Crutchfleld, $5. Bradley & Parham, $1G. J. W. Purcoll, formerly of this city, now of Jackson, Miss., underwent a critical oporatlon on tho 3d lnst., for stomach trouble His step son, E. BottcreworUi received word yostorday afternoon stating that tho crisis had been passed and that Mr. Purcoll bid fair to recover. Dr. E. M. Crutchfleld went to Nash- vlllo Tuesday for a fow days' visit. Ono of tho most boautlful and formal receptions given this year was that tendered Miss Loulso Cannon, of Como, Miss., Tuesdny ovonlng, by Miss CarMiss Bonnlo Carpenter. penter, Miss Cannon, and Miss Ma rio Brevard and Messrs. Edwnrd Pra-the- r and Gus Alexander woro In tho receiving lino. Miss Edna Carpontor and Messrs. W. A. Johnston and Oco Harris received tho guests as they arrived. Miss Maymo Naylor nnd Miss Swan Naylor recolved at tho dining room. Tho dining room tablo was decorated with red and whlto carnations. A salad courso and coffee and chocolate mints wero served, and favors of red and white carnations presented tho guests. Prescription Department It is thoroughly reliable. If we fill your prescription you can feci assured that it is right. The characteristic feature of our service is RELIABILITY HELM & ELLISON wtmmmammmmmwmmwMMm f timi'jcWm! w e - " "I .w r FOLKS HOW UVIIIG In Pulton county will tall you Mint wt print morw lornl in"s tlum nny otlmr 1)xtIH this tpptlon of Kunluoky I M THE HieKMAN an nSECTOV t Advertising is the Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success. VOI.TJKE no. OLDEBT PA NIK IN WESTERN KliNTUOKT eURIER. Grease the Rxles A BLUE MARK HERE menna tbnt yonr bin expired Itonew promptly If yon want the pnp r to coma to yon after this month ' The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. at Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up EBTABLT8HED m HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1910. whole no. aoao IN THE r.i lHtlt I TEAR it L 7HEREVER you go, the clothes you wear are one of the moSt important things about you. If you're away from home, among Strangers, your Standing will be firSt estimated by the way ! you Stay at home, where everybody knows you, you'd better be even more particular. We're are proud of the appearance of the men ;we clothe; we're glad to have them compared with you look. If i A' & if any men, anywhere in the world, so far as clothes-look- s go. l Hart Schaffner & Marx makes jhe most fashionable garments in the world; their styles are distinctive and correct; the man who wears them has a look of "class" and distinction which can be had in no other clothes. Not only that ; these clothesf give the wearer an air, and a sense, of quality ; the fabrics are all- wool, the choicest weaves selected from the best looms of the whole world : ibeautiful Scotch weaves, English worsteds, fine American fabrics. And trie tailoring is perfect. The. name of Hart Schaffner & Marx is recognized as a sign of all that is best in clothes. B-- L Suits $20.00 to $25.00 Overcoats $18.00 to $25.00 Our $10, $15 -- 5 and $18 values ) K in suits and overcoats are wonders. One of the striking features here is the value you'll find in the clothes at the above prices. We appreciate the fact that many men prefer to keep to these prices. We want such men to get such values here that they'll never think of going anywhere else; and we have them too. Mi n ' , V Bring: your boys to us for clothes An important part of our business is our line of boys "Perfection" clothes good, serviceable suits and overcoats; attractive patterns and stylishly made. Prices from $2.50 to $8.50; straight pant suits $1.00 to $3.00; overcoats, regular military collars, $3.00 to $10.00. See also our rich display of fine furnishings, shirts in all the new patterns, fine neckwear, sweater coats, underwear, hosiery, gloves, etc. Hi Copright Hurt Scruiincr A Alirx Smith & Amberg mumw.y'T-y- "MAKEf, lift WALK EA" ; ssssasisrK -- 4 WIDE VARIETY OF BEVERAGES For Fruit Water Use Currants, Grapes. Raspberries and Apple Jellies-Dr- ink for an Invalid. " Work For Yourself by'havlng a savings account. Save what you can have an object in view. Some day you will want to go into business for YOU your savings will not only supply the needed money but will alio be a firm basis for credit and credit to the bttslnrst man 1s of more Importance thnn ready money. c'ut CrMMr1 H Tailored Suits and Cloaks Extraordinary values in Ladies' Tailored Coat Suits, made of Serge and Novelty'Cloth, in the season's most popular shades. Ranging in price from $8.50 up to $25.00 Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cloaks. Prices range from ishment thnn many people suppose, but they net ns n slight tonic, nnd nro othirwli bcneflc tat. For beof or. mutton I'roth cut n pound of loan beof or mutton Into pieces size of n pen, or n.n through a food chopper, put Into n ro. iilh with two quarts of cold Lot It wnrm wnt r and a llttlo writ. gradually nnd slmmor for n couple of hours, raro being taken I lint It does If Strain nnd servo hot not noli Mi Is to be nerved In It It should bn oookfd In water and not with tho beef Among tho purely refreshing drinks To mnko It uso ono b fiuit punch. q inrt of wntor, two cupfuls of sugar, f om nnd cupful of chopped Add Doll 20 minutes one half cupful of lemon Julco nnd ono Cool and cupful of orange Juico. Dlluto with cold water when strain served Tho white of an egg beaton to a froth and sweetened may bo served In tho gloss with this or any of before-give- n tin- recipes, and thus add to lhelr,valuo. A fruit water for immediate use may bo mado of currants, grapes, raspbern f ries or npplo Jollies. Pour pint of boiling wntor on two of Jolly desired and stir until It Is dissolved. Serve cold. Tho most Important of tho nutritious drinks is, of course, milk. When the pationt is so 111 that even milk Is too rich. It Is customary to dlluto it with a third or half of the amount of vlchy or lime wnter. Another nutrl-Uvdrink Is barley water. Onto a tnblospoonful of pearl barley, tho rind of a lomon nnd two or three teaspoon, fuls of sugar, pour a quart of boiling water Let It sUnd seven or eight hours and strain. Tho Julco of tho lemon may bo added to taste. Illco may bo used In placo of barley. p-ono-hnlono-haltnblo-spoonfu- ls o rtroth and boot ton contnln loss nour- 3 ONE DOLLAR OPENS Pnitl on Savings nnd Time Deposits Hickman Bank Oldest Dank in Fultou Co. Hntiltr W ' KKKI JNO. I'YI.H. Aast. Ihuhlcr RECIPE FOR CHICKEN STEW $2.00 up to $10.00 Also How to Make Stuffed Dumplings Fowl or Veal May Be Used To Make Similar Dish. Big showing of Ladies', Misses and Children's Sweaters. FUQUA, HELM & CO. REVERIES A crust of bread, a pitcher of ter, a log cabin and perfect love there Is happiness for you, whether the day be rainy or shiny. It is the heart that makes the homo, whothor the eyo rests on a potato patch or a Tho heart makes flower garden. home precious, and it is tho. only thing that can. Homo is whero tho heart Is. Tho bitterest tears shed over grave ore for words left unsaid and .for deeds left undone. "She never knew wa- other hand, from an unhappy, mis- governed and disordered home, go forth porbons wlio shall make other homes miserable and perpetuate tho sourness and sadness, the contentious, strifes and railings, which havo made their own early lives so wretched and distorted. Home, Sweet Home. lf : 1 iv - Stay at home, my heart and rest; Ilomeseeking hearts aro hanoiest. that I loved her.". "Ho nevor knew For those that wander they know not Tho truth about some men la not where what he was to mo." "I always Maraschino Cherry Cake. told until after they aro dea'd. Aro full of trouble and full of caro. Ono cupful sugar, ono , tablespoon-fu- l meant to make more of our friendTo stay at home Is best. butter, ono cupful milk, two cupship." "I did not know what ho was fuls flour, two toaspoonfuls baking to mo until he was gone." Such Cypress Shingles, 1 a thousand at powder, one Home tho namo mado dear by saegg. Dako words are the poisoned arrows which cred associations, tho place whero mill. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. In throo layers. cruel death shoots from the door of childish Filling Doll two cupfuls of sugar feet take their first faltering the sepulchre. wlth ten tnblespoonfuls of wator unstops and Infant minds receive their til It threads. Whon dono pour tho first ideas. Thero lessons of lovo and whitos of sirup ovor tho Tho gentle graco of the mothor uutli, or right and wrong, of faith two eggs, then addono cupful of wholo lives in the daughter long after hor and hopo and purity aro ItnprlutoU up Deat until It Maraschino cherries. u head Is pillowed in the dust of death; on tho plastic heart, and all the begins to cream and turn a light pink, and perplexities of after lifo aro then quickly placo between and en and tho fatherly kindness finds Us top of layers. echo in the nobility and courtesy of inefficient to quito effuco these first eons, who come to wear his mantlo deep true Impressions. Sweet home. Get on the right side of and to fill his places; while on the whero the mother's gentle hands pro- Cream Cake. the clothes question. pare tho little domestic comforts that Ono cupful sugar, ono cupful sour teaspoon soda, two a father's lovo provides, and filial crniun. ono-hal-f cupfuls flour, ono teaspoonful vanilla. affection is tLo silver link, tho silkDecide to wear the very best Dako In long shallow pan and wbon clothing that you can afford. en tie that binds tho household band cool covor with any desired Icing. together. Trials may come and tho IT PAYS. Add moro flour to above roclpo for exmay lower, but In tho seclus clouds Economical whon cellent cookies. Appearances count count ion of homo remains sweet healing eggs aro high. more than most of you befor tho wounds that bravo and sons!- lieve. Care should tivo hearts hldo from a disdainful Maine Chicken. be exercised world. There those hurts and dis And please remember, you when select Select your chickens, cut each chicki ' fofxiJCm tresses may bo confidently revealed ins forks, tpoont K can't buy right appearance en In six piocc. dip each pleco In w and fancy tenring except you get INDIVIDand a sovereign romody found In Us milk, roll In flour. Fry somo pieces of pieces to see that UAL TAILORING. It can't salt pork. When very hot put In tho unquestioning faith. Thore a child's they always bear V l Tl chicken, cover and put on back of pure kiss or tho touch of dimpled be done any other way. tey e the famous trade mail A v. stovo whero It will cook slowly. Drown may rotivo a soul on tho vergo ' When YOU come to see this on both sides. When dono, removo to 1847 of despair and in tho homo tho a hot dish. let US show you what is brightest dreams becomo inoro golden what in materials. ROGERS BR0S.t.Vi tho rarest pleasures more Intnnsn. tho t which itimpt thtm Ike German Chop 8uey. tendorest Joys more sorono. And If. Let us tell you the cost of sllr.rpUifi Rog.is Two pounds hnmburgor, fry a nlco In tho varying degroos of fortuno, Us wire. For ixtl 69 Tests this, that and the other f box of brown, throo onions, "1847 ROGERS BROS." loving suoltor must bo abandoned, thing. Let us thow you how noodles, ono small bunch of eclory silver bit beta 6m la ike how tho exile folds about his heart. built. For you suits are the heiit of the housekeeper be chopped up In small pieces, ono can hum of Its wes'log qiullir. as tho traveler does his cloak the cheapest FAR. the cheapest. tomatoes, salt and pepper; boll one WOfkfflSDtblp sod deslfn Sold br lesdlot dealeie momory of its light and flowers, ita hour. Send lor rill emrhere"showiii( Let us do this thing TODAY locuo"C-loves and hopes and kindnesses. ill pjllnni. MERIDEN White Cake. Thore tho noblest Influences exist, BRITANNIA CO. cup of Ono cup of sugar, ono-hnl-f tho holiest Impulses find expression SCHMIDT, tlie Tailor (laieraitloasl Sllrer Co., butter, ono cup of sweet milk, tho and thero havo been born the chaste Succettof ) whites of four eggs, two toaspoons and lofty sontlments that havo mado umoa.am. baking powder, two cups of flour or a wholo world better. wmmmmm more. Flavor with vanilla. well-beate- n woll-bcntonor-roiv- Clean and cut in pieces two tonder chicken. Put In a stow pan and boil ten minutes. Chop fine ono largo onion, ono pieco of garlto, ono green poppor seeds removed and a small bunch of parsley. Put In with chicken and let simmer over n slow fire. In anothor saucepan put a cup of rtock from tho chicken, ono largo can of mushrooms, f can of truffles, cut fino, a and llttlo chopped parsley, a pinch of red pepper, a tablespoonful of butter nnd salt enough to taste. Let this simmer slowly ten minutes, then thicken It with two teaspoons of flour wet with a llttlo water. To tho chicken In stowpan add popfier. salt, a cooking poonful of butter and a pinch of roaco Let this rook until tender. Th Dumplings Sift ono pint of Philosophy of the Day. tlour, one full teaspoon of baking powteaspoon salt togethder, and one-hal- f Great men can outgrow nicknames. er thrco times. Mako Into soft dough with ono beaten egg and a little milk. Worry kills mora men than wars. Holl out thin. Cut into four Inch' Put ono tablespoon of tho Experience gots thero every time. Rqunrcs. of Wisdom wonts to ba asktd for ad- mushroom mlxturo In conter each square. Wot edges and roll up vice. Into balls. Put a stcamor over boiling Put tho dumplings In steamSome men discipline themselves to water. er. Cover well, and lot" the water dmth. Deat woll boll rapidly 15 minutes. Vnnity produces corns and vexa- two eggs, add to what la left of tho muBhroom mixture Stir this Into the tions of spirit. chicken. Let slmmor a fow minutes. A woman tired of hearing of lovo Dish on center of largo platter. Put dumplings around edgo of dish. Is tired of loving. Sptinklo parsloy over all. This can Many a man lives on the reputation bo mado of gnme fowl or voal. National Food Magazine. othors make for him. ono-hal- ICoonnmy Wi Uie parent of ItitKgri' ami of liberty, and of ease, nnd . eleter of tent pern neat of elteerfuln. -and of health. lYofumtitPM Is a cm The IleimlilteHH party boa beeti In owl emfty daman that generally cutnpleit control of vt drMrtmant valves her follower In depondrn of tho government slur lftB Presi- and debt They dent, Senate and Ootmrotw. Imvo given you n govrrnMeiil of trust Deef Tract, nothing Trwet. fc flour trust. Sugar Trust, and lis "daddy" of them all. tttf Tariff trtwt Bee Uie remit below. 0BksinlnninnnW m? St. Lstite nriee. October. HM-ISl11m. salt pork 5 to t 10 e 6 lb, pork chops . . . i z& SO 76 tlm. pork rlbe .. 4 lb. Mtttiketl okottMor m 2 His. Mtuwid " I hav used .M St I lb, km! Sloan's Liniment on s& .03 ft lb earned beef a fia nun for splint to 4 lb. tostUr 1J and cared her This S doien mikes the third to M horse I'e cared. 11 . t lb. Have rteemmended It to my nrigh-lxn- ,f 1 8 fcO UWL Oeur CO or thruih ml thtruyit ufin. 71 4 lb. ohtokeM 40 I Sml it the bet Lirdrntnt I em 1) assd, ! on kini yncr 5st 100 Si attftur CoKc Car lor roritlf and nHgh-bet- s, SO S Mm. eUMk M and I can ctUta)v ttcom-mwv(0 1.00 S Mm roeM it for Colic.' S. K. Siimi, 1896 Prices1910. Cured SplintJflftv . a It, kp d MeDaneagh, Ma. Ca. l S ItS M Cured Thrush. WILLIAMS' KIU.VBY IWLL8. Have ytm neglected your kidneys? Have yo overworked your ntmm system and enetted trouble witk your kidneys and Madder? Have yeu pain In loins, aide, bark, gratM ami bladder? Have you a flabby appearance of the faoe. eepeetally under the eyee Too frequent a desire to pa urine T If so, William Kidney Pills will cure you. ntckfnan Drug Co. Price tec lot of your Liniment (or bmiw ami mjMlf. It It the bell Liniment in the world. Icared oneof mj bourt of thrush. Her feet vera rotten, th fron cam oat , she bdd down 1 thoucht most of tho time. he would die. but I used tt Liniment as dlircttd and she never lies down In the daytisse sow Ind.lK.Ke.2,wi1tes: It W. Pakiiii. "Ihaveuini ef luistol. SIbANS LINIMENT should )x in cery stable and applied at the first sin of lameness. You don t need to rub. it penetrates. mil kill a spavin, curb or splint, reduce wind puffs and swollen joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for ( t s t u I a, swecnev, School Supervisors, The preeent stale mlmlntolrntloi which It been tumble tw mrt ili.n obllgatkHM In Ftthon county for n. r ly a year, ha created two mon- i. w office). It was announced Friday t ' the National Kriumlional Ilonr.l h Prof. Mel I tin ry Ithoad tj OwenstKm), ami Prof. Coai of , I Illchinoml. aa State School Sup r ors to carry out the work of nattoi, 1 board. The poaltlon pay S '"," a yenr nnd travellHg expeme. and ih supervisors will have Ireadquarur aKrunkrort and work In oonjiini tion with tho Slate Superintendent Prof. Hboadea will bo supervisor of the olty school nnd Prof Coates of the country schools. - I founder and thrush. Prltc, 60c. and $T.0v nlnitn' Ixmk on dp3j HHU ... Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, tr. nl Mot poultry liri Aititrrsa Kui., U.S.A. Kennedy for Insurance. There Is a Swiss proverb which says that "it takes a nood many shov Hfuls of earth to make tho truth." , 1 IttWWWWWW - fjn 1ft ft : : - MEN twIpj I j. ,1,1,1,1, TrS 'n 1A lJlannWKJ ATS HV irj.-. T ;!TfTTT?TfTTrTf 11 I f 1 mT- THE ; Kitchen Sink Lnnk. ' : Famous a F" jff t.v " V'-VrT- i nnnnnnnnnnnnte9oraVrV slnnnnnnnnnlnnrVXf t. ' .. ' . : ,A"" fh V Silverware W (iff S and Tubs : : : : : : - I m ; ; ; ; mm fin-gor- : ; : : : : ten-do- Ml ono-hal- ; ; : ; : are most important elements in a iiousehold's cleanliness and health. It is extremely requisite therefore that the plumbing should bo strictly sanitary. And they should look nice and cleanly too. We are putting in enameled 'sinks and tubs in many houses in place of the old, unattractive ones. Why cannot we do so for you ? : : : : ' : : : : : : : : : . f: Hickman Tin. "'""""- - & Plumbing Co. : : . Both Phones Wo. 73 rrYrrvVirMU it KfjAauMai vsE 7 ".1. Jfcjjj - rtflSy"" Ijp,j FOLKS NOW LI VI HO In Hulton county will toll you Hint wo print more IucaI news tlinn nny other nnper In tliU potlun of Kentucky I THE HieKMAN "' Suacsss.' Tho mBEOTION "J!!!Zl!!lI m volume OLDEST Courts: hoo a Spankin' Goad Team'. Grins eURIER. i. , at Your Wagon, A BLUE MARK HERE mMkiM that your sub- scription hiti expired Itonew promptly If yoo wnnt the pop r to come to you nfter this month Old Man, and Lot's Hitch Up ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1NBO h.um KENTDOKT TITKK IK WESTERN HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOV. 10, enough." "Coiini Mnrlnux won not to bo hoik flcd until ho linil found tin- draw him nwuy from ICdelwebw." hhIt. i nnotlicr. Thl tliuo- II will work Ilk.-I'linrm. Late ililn HftriHMin riiuin was making ready lo lend a iruop f cavalry Into the hills to effr. t a hit-cuSanta Mnrla! That was a rioter stroke! Not only docs he go himself, but with him goes n captain with too soldiers from tho fort. Ila. lui! Mar-Ini- u U n foz- -n very oxceptlonal fox'" TullU off to tho hills with fdleito effect a rescue! Trnxton sat up. hh n - 1910. wani.r Ttn. 2uio iHiHiiiiiiiiminiiH ii TRUXTON KING l Story of .GraujtarX. Sho must not bo left In iho dark. Ho aaya alio Is not to be rrlithti'tied to death. Women nro afraid or tho dark nnd strange dogs. Lot there be luelH " scoffed Peter UniliiR. splilliig Imvnrd King. UBlsV SBlSlsHPlSBlSlliV' 'HBBHSllSHHPlSlsflH By GEORGE BARR M'CUTGKEON Cerrl4l, Cfjrlikt. IMJ. hr Ciersi Bur HcCelchteit IMJ. bj D4L Hr.d bralu whirling. "A wlso fox!" agreed I'otor llrnttm thickly. "I wonder what our fin.. tnu. oner will nay to It when tho now iirln-oner cornea to keep hi in company over IUO iUlU." CnAITHIl XII. A SEW I'MBOKEn Aimivta, T waa for naat midnight when King was nroufuxl from the dutv Into which bo had fallen. Waa It the -- OHI7 quick coiiiumimIm camo to his can. "They nro hero at Inat." ho heard oibo ono say. "Godl This Buspoiwo baa been awful. Hut thoy are horo." "Stand ready, then, with the guns!" cried 1'oler Urutus. "It may be a trick, after nIL Don't open that door down there, Spnntz, until you know who la on tho outside." "It's all right," came at Mat In tho rclloved, eager toIco of I'eter Urutus "Clear tho way, comrades. Give them room. Ily our holy father, this Is n braro triumph. Ah!" Heavy footsteps clogged Into the rooin, accompanied by stortorlou breathing end no small amount of grunting froui masculloo throats. .Not ono but three or four language! were a spoken by tho excited, InteiiKc of tho other room. King could mako nothing of n bat they tuild. KIbhi-ltbo sharp. Incisive voice of William Ppanlr broko throngh the babble, commanding alienee. "Still unconscious," he said when some measure of order wax Secured. "Yes," grunted ono of tho tneu. "Wo will havo our instructions tomorrow. The count Is to Inform us before nightfall where she la to be removed to. Next week she Is going to go to Schloss Martmix." Urutus added n cruel, hearties laugh. The A woman, thought Truxion. countess! Thoy had brought her here from Itulak, nftcr oil. Wlwu n brute Mnrlnux must bu to maltreat bis beautiful wife! To my mind she is more beautiful than bis own wife." observed Anna Cromer. "She will lie n flnu morsel for tbo count, who has even cast lougtng eye on so homely n mortal aa I " "All woman arc alike to him." wild Ppnnli sententious!-- . "Wo must put her In tho room with tho American for the present. You are sure ho will take her uwny before Saturday? A woman's cries, are most distressing" It was Ppantx who spoke. "I'll stop her crying." volunteered Anna Cromer harshly "She's regHlnlug her senses!" ex claimed ono of the men. "Stand back, every o,no. Give her nlr." Presently the door to King's room was thrown open. Ho hud got to his feet nnd was standing In tho ceuler of tbo room, hla eyes blinking lu the glare of light "nello!" cried I'eter Urutus. "You up, cbT Wo'vo got n fair lady for you. my friend. Get bock there, you dog! Keep lu your corner." "You nro n lino bunch of human belngsP blurted Trustou A mnu with ii lighted cnndlo entered first, holding the light nbovu his hend Ho wus followed by two others, who o supported tbo drooping, tottering of n woman. "Lot her alt tbcro against tho wnll, Drago. Julius, fetch in more eandlei 'rHUUUIlUHtHHMHH Tbo American. hU eye blaring with hoHi and dcpcrn-t!un- , kept oiflHHHfi to find h I onward,r in io I fnco to face wltli Olga I'latanova! 8he was staring at him with frightened oyo. her Him npnrt. her C.mptar I "I'll get yon for Hun hiuuo dn. grated tho American, while vl Ii uiteer "KnoughP William Ttmmnndwl Bpnntz. "Wo nio not ehilditn," Turn Ing to King, ho tvnttt oti, a Pnnh f kindness lu his volco: "Clioct tier If you can. She Is ono of your cl.im. !.. not let tbo lights go out" liaising his Immls. ho fairly droie tho others from the doorwajr. Kor n tlmo King stool la life eeriicr. watching the ftmiro hi'diUed again:. t tho opposite wnll. HufliUonly haelnrtej lor ward, his oym wldo and staring. Ho had seoii that Kray riding lmblt Iniforc. TwooAger Mtoim he took and then halted halfway. ho gasped, unbellovlug. "You! My God, Is Ho dropped to his knees beforo iicr, peering Into her startled eyas. A look of object terror eroMcd tho ""tooimsitvouV tired, tear etalned face. She shrank away from him. "What la it? Where nm IV alio moaned. "Oh, lot me gol What have I dono tbnt yon Buouid bring tno here! Let mo go, Mr. King! Y'ou nro not so, wicked as" "I I bring you bore!" ho Interrupt cd, agbnst Thou ho understood. Ut tcr dismay filled his oyos. "You thlnV that 1 havo dune thta thing to you' God nbovo us! IwU! I, too, mil t prisoner bore. They arc going to kll. mo after tomorrow." "Oh. Mr. King, what doos it nl .nenn? Torgtvo tne! I Ee now. Yeu e bound; you are Buffering; you are years oldor. Wlut havo you deoa? What have I done?" "Don't shrink from me," bo urgsd. "Try to calm yoursolf." Thou, with tho utmost gentlunoes, ho persuaded her to ilso mid walk nlknt tho llttlo room with him. courngo," ho urged. "It will glvo "Poor llttlo glrir Sho looked up Into his face, a new light coming Into her oyos. "Don't talk now," he sakl softly. "Tako your time. Hold to my arm, please. There!" For flvo or tou minutes ho led her bade and forth across the room very tenderly. At first sho was faint nnd uncertain; then, as hor strength nnd wits camo back to her, courage took tho place of despair. She smiled wanly n ud asked him to sit down with her. "Whcro nre wcT What !s It all about?" she asked. "Not so loud." bo cautioned. "I'll be perfectly candid with you. You'll huvo to be vory. ory brave. Uut wait. Perhaps It will bo easier for you to toll mo what has hnpuned to you, so far ns you know. I can throw light on tho wholo situation, I think." Sho became more excited. Hor eyes flashed; she spoke rnpldly. On tho morning of the 23d sho had gouo for her gallop In tho famous Gnnlook road, attended by two faithful grooun from tho royal stables. "I was In for n longer rldo than usual," sho Bald, with suddon constraint She looked ?fcray from hex eager listener. "I was nervous nnd had not slept tho night before. A girl never does, I supiosc." Ho looked nsknnce. "Yes?" he queried. She was blushing, ho was suro of It "I mean n girl Is always nervous sho has promnnd distrait nftor-nf- ter ised, don't you see." "No; I don't see." "I hnd promised Count Vos Kngo tho night beforo that I- Oh. but it really has nothing to do with tho story. V Traxton wns actually glaring at her. "You mean that you had promised to marry Count Vos nugol" ho stammeru kTh isisis8k BE ' MKEstSfiBHnK&i0S&9iKKKtilKKBHQBnBA BBBSKknBBVBSSHSslBsaBSS'eDSKBSHRSSB.JH BBBBP. cTBBHSBHS'SXSBSHBSBSaRPPSa. mIbsb m BSIIPI TBr yM fr t WbSI tKjLL3rrSfcM"&9mttLl?l I. b Fr SisiBMSrW3Kil5M-''''wiWiijiMiii- wjin- -a iflBaasBBspsPBaBaaashs?essBsssspssaBsBaM tatKtw.... ...,..- - .r"jssssssi. "Great Joho-vrih- t" Scene II, from "Eth'opia", at the Lyric, Friday night, Nov. True Greatness, man's true greatness Hob In the consciousness of nn honost purposo in life, foundod on a Just, estimate of himself and everything else, and a steady obedlcnco to tho rulo which ho knows lo b right. Long. A 18th. your' It Stevenson's Tribute to Friendship. If wo And but ono to whom we can mlnuto for 71 miles has been attained speak out of our heart freely, with by a homing pigeon belonging to Mrs whom we can walk In lovo and simR. Swarbrlck Roebuck, In Uio North plicity without dissimulation, wa have west Lancashire Federation race from no ground of quarrel with tho world. Stafford. London Standard. Stevenson. Great Speed of a Pigeon. A speed of moro than 2.300 yards a "Ho ban not tho key," bo cried, 'nor have I. Vou ha to no chnnCo to escape. Oo IwckP A kor rattled In the doer. When It awuug open two US b sted lu th "IIK HAS KOT THr. It p X t 0 T C. both Ktrr with drawn pis tol. Tut girl leaped hot neon then nod tho hclpte, defeated American. "Homembcrr bo cried "Yen nro hilar iit to killilrutu had rlnei from tha i'ctcr twlf daxetl, but furloun. Ho matt n vicious leap at Kins, bin knlfu rndy for the lunge. Tin glad It's your roared King, leaping aside, ilia flat shot out. nnd again lirutu went down. "MWs riatniiota. call your uncle." he waa ordered. "It U now nccotry to bind tbo fellow'a hand. They nro too dansroroua to tie allowed to roam nt largo in thU fashion." All day Ions Truxton paced hla little prison, bitterly lamenting hU III timed effort Now bo would Ixt ereii uiure carefully guarded. Ilia band were bound behind hi IwrU. lie whn mit erlena. If bo had only wilted! Lurk had been asalmt htm. How waa he In know that tho guard with the koy had cone upstair when Olsn brought his breakfast down? It was fate Tbo 23d dragged Itself Into the iri. nnd tho 2ltli wna following In the gloomy wake of ll prctleceaMrs. Twi daya ntorol He to fool ike ap pruncli of matlnoM. Hla own wai not far away. It would follow that of tbo prince nnd of Olgn I'bila-nova- , tiU friend. Hut he wni not thinking of bla own doatb: ho wa thinking of the prlnco'i life. Korty-clglhours! That was nil! Early that night ns ho lay wlih hi car to the crack of the door be hrnr.1 thorn discussing bis own den lb. It was to como as noon ag Olgn had gone m her reward. She waa not there to do fend him. Bpantx bad aald that alio waa praying In her room, committing her aoul to God. Truxion King pricked up his curs, iittmi'tod by n acntenco that fell from the lip of ono of tbo men "Tullls Is on lit wny to the hills of Dnwabcrgcn by this Hum Ho will be out of the way on the 2(IMi wife n it aud-donl- y JmSL breast ed hands to hur Ho turn- One Price to cAll Everything Guaranteed Stop COATS Look oceu-pant- Head CAPS y THIS STORE WAS OPENED SEPT. 1st. 1910 By this means you know that you get brand new merchandise. goods everything new and a good fire to No shelf-wor-n warm by when you are in town, whether you wish to buy or not. Let me extend to you a cordial invitation to inspect this stock of goods, and make this store your home while in town. We have some broken sizes in mens coats, S 1.00 worth up to 10.00, your choice for 100 pair of pants, odds and ends to close out, your cnoice for About 60 good vests, some double-breastecorduroy and all kinds, to close out at once, 10c your choice 0 d The largest line of caps in Western Kentncky, all kinds and shapes in corduroys and whip cords and blue serge, with ear muffs Then we have the largest line of gray and tan serges and brown, in yacht and bull dog shape to be found. Come and look at them 50c 50c SUITS Wc have in boys suits the latest in color brown, gray and blue serge, sizes from 3 to 10, sold up to S.00, choice A nice lot of boys overcoats, small sizes, your -- HATS 1.00 I'OO choice PANTS Talk about work pants, and pants to dress up in, we have tnem, come ana inspect tnem and you will sure buy. Whip corbs in light and dark tan and mole and brown, made with side buckles, belt stjaps, extra full peg 2.00, 2.50 and cuff bottom. Price range Being young ourselves, of course we cater to that class of trade. Boys, if you want the latest in this line come and look at the Marble Tan, Gray, Dove, Black, Brown and a number of other colors in the new Telescopes, National and Worth, price 3.00 STETSON HATS Stetson Hats, all shapes and all prices, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00 at. MEN'S HOSE Largest line of Mens Hose in town for you to make a selection from, wool, all colors Blacks Tan and black Army Sox, everybody sells for 15c 25c 25c 10c 10c SHOES Our shoe stocks are complete. You will find in" our store the Edwin Clapp fine shoes, it will pay you to look into this quality, all the uew Rhapes, pat. Blucher, pat. button, width 6.00 to 7.00 from AA to D, price il I! SWEATERS Coat Sweaters and Sweater Coats, brewn and gray, wool and cotton, worth $1, our price 75c 1 50 Sweaters, all colors White 2.50 The swellcst line of Chest Protectors 50c All-wo- ol i GUM BOOTS Goodyear Hip Boots Goodyear Knee Boots Boys, same quality 7.00 4.50 3.50 tig-ur- SHOES Boys vici Blucher, high toe Boys gunmetal, 1.50 up to Boys Heavy shoes, 1.50 up to Boys button gunmetal and patent ......1.50 ffiMMMMMMMMMMMMM'!111111!" : : - 3.00 2.50 ..:S.00 SHIRTS Mens wool shirts worth $2, your choice Blue wool shirts Grey wool shirts Red, blue and black Tan,E;ray and brown 1.00 1.25 ' : Ofl niVC SPECIAL SALE ON : : : : OVERSHOES 2.25 2,00 1.50 1.25 1.25 1.50 1.50 : ; : : : ; : ; ; ; ; Sewing Machines : : : : : Mens all cum heavy rolled sole ed. Mens Para Jersey rolled sole "How very strangely you talk! Are Mens Jersey, plain sole you sure I mean, do you think it Is Mens all rubber fever? Ono suffers so" Jersey sighed deeply. "Well, that's Mens Ho wns a dream, by over! Whew! It UNDERWEAR Jovol" Mens union suits, velvet finish Sho waited a moment nnd then, lookplain .ibbed " ing down, said very gently, 'Tin so one-halone-half, 2.50 SUIT CASES Suit Cases Suit Cases- Morocco, imitation - f, 2,50 2.00 " " 1.00 1.25 1.50 All leather cases 2.50 6.00, 7.50. 8.00, ?.00, 10.00 ' . ; ; : $5.00 Casb and $1.00 per Week Will buy the best Sewing Machine in the world at : ', : : : - ; ; : : : : : : - : ; ; : : ; HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Next door to Post Office. IMMMMMWW : : : : : sorry for you." Thou sho resumed her story. Sho hnd gone alx or eight miles down tho Gnnlook rood when sho enmo up with llvo troopers of tho royal guard. Out. uf tho troopers came forward nnd respectfully requested her to turn off Into another road uutn n uciacuniem pnsscd, in chargo of a gang of dosporu-doo- s taken at tho Inn of tho Hawk and Unvon tho night beforo. Uusus- noctlmr. she rode off luto tho forest lnno for several hundred yards. It wus n trap. Tho men woro not troopers, but brigands got up In tho Onco nwav Unif-.rof. tho Runrd. pngo this section, Continued on lat St. Louis Post Dispatch and 8aturday Evening Post delivered at your door. Bade Salama LaClede Hotel. Commercial-Appeal- 1.50 fleeced Mens extra heavy fleeced, two-piesuits, dark 1.00 gray or brown Mens ribbed, velvet finish, sometqing thatevery-bod- y 1.00 likes, per suit NOTIONS Everything that you want. Come and ask for them ' and you will find what you want. HATS A big feast in hats, a large lot of odds and ends to close out, all shapes the telescope and straight brim, and hats to suit everyone, worth up to $3, your choice NECKWEAR We handle all of our neckwear out of Nesr York, we sell so much neckwear. Please see this line find I know you will buy. that's why 50c : I , ; Everything Guaranteed a. e. cvRi.inr iSTORE OF QUALITY: n- -l One Price to AH MimriMIatfMflMfwaAMMHp. -- Smm iii .ii n..c W'vtirtnwwr-- ' x- - Pierce Kills Showman. Jr., of Union City, Saturday night, shot and killed Jack Chandler, an attach o of a tent show that has been exhibiting In that city all the week. Cbandlor was shot in tho back, the ball lodging Just under tho skin nbout two inchos bolow tho heart on tho front sldo. Tho wounded man, who was running at tho tlmo tho shot struck him, ran Into tho Blower Cafe, whero ho foil and wass picked up and carried to his room In tho Central hotel, whon I)r. W. A. Nallling was summoned and ho ordered tho man carried to his offlco, where his wound was dressed and it was thought at that time tho wound was not fatal, but tho man died at 7.30 Sunday morning. IUco A. Plorco, Will Put in Meters, Tho Hickman Ico & Coal Co. win begin next week installing meters m nil stores and business houses on Clinton street which nru now usiiu aluatrla lights. Tho object of this (novo Is to git tho storm more light on short, dmh days. For tho post few week th.-- i has boon a olnmor for lights befoi time for tho night run to bt?gln, bur these could not bo furnished by ni son of tho faot that ovory llghi striata and nil would bo burning ,v the samo tlmo. putting nn unjust bui den on tho light company. A few woeks ago an attempt wx made to get n legitimate nuiubor of lights signed for on a flat rate, lur thl win not given tho propur d courngoniont by some of our busliicn . men. It hits, thereforo, boon tlcn.l ed to run n special day current wtr. on the business street nnd put a ter in every Mora, doing uwny wi it the fiat rate business. luffl II 71 : leading up to tho shooting, ns the cyo witnesses either rofuso to talk or declare they know nothing about xho affair. Howeor, from the boat information obtainable, it seems that the trouble started early in the aftor-noowhen young Plorco Is alleged to havo tried to gain ontranco to n room occupied by an old lady who Is connected with tho show. The lady had succeeded in gottlng Pierce as far as tho stairs when Chandler came up and assisted her In getting Pierce down tho stairs. It is claimed that Chandler kicked Pierce during the difficulty, and about 9 o'clock. Chandler, who had been playing tho piano at tho Gem theatre, started to his room at the hotel, and stopped at tho depot and started toward tho hotel, when Plerco and some companions camo up. Chandler loft the depot and started to tho hotel Just across the railroad from the depot, when Pierce stopped him and is alleged to havo remarked to him: "Let mo soo you kick me now," at tho samo tlmo drawing his revolver. On seeing the weapon, Chandler, who was unarmed, turned and ran, when Pierce fired. Tho first shot did not strike the man, but the second shot struck him about tho centor of the bock. Caldwell camo down o'clock to see the man and Ret a dying statement, but as the physician and the wounded man at tho same time did not bellove death would result, no statomeent was Atty.-Gen- lb IB Ulllli;Utb IV iVUI 11 IUB UVlUllo n' wsv This Is undoubtedly the out of the dnrk day problem. It win be fslr to both tho company and iu imtrous. Next y&ir the company propose to give He a continuous circuit day and nlffhtr-A-Hd put everything en n inett-- r bt STOVB8 RL Louis Fur. Co. 4 Telephone No. and groceries. for better meats llhe Courier It swam pod with ad vertletng this weaV. W.Jl.PtCK' MHeIn8yrcui CV II I!!. ft W Mrs. Wh. Kendall and children vMtiHR In Wlsklilfc, an I Htubbs. the dentist, lll bo In Illek man, Monday, Nov. 14. We "mere" that Mayor Dillon Imuh a TlMNkssivtm: proclamation. The New Fashions for Men You'll not find another such display as ours anywhere, and we'd like you to prove this to your own satisfaction by examination. The new fashions are here in the new patterns. They are pure-wofabrics, made in high-grad- e manner from models that give the wearer a perfectly tailored, exclusive appearance. The values are especially good this season, for we bought at prices that give us an advantage, and you get the benefit. ol O. B. Mooney Is remodeling John Wller's reetdoHOU In the south part ef town. . MUe HaWe Ikeek left Tuesday for Arlington is sfewl sweral days with hmt 11 sister. . Saturday nnd Sunday. Iter. W. a. Stockton filled tits regular appointment at Kenton, Twi d. Chandler was probably a native of Now York state, as ho stated that r living at Nyak, he had a N Y., and also an uncle living at Togas, Me. He was about 21 years of ago and apparently a man of good breeding, having conducted himself while in Union City in a very becoming manner. step-siste- Prices from $15.00 to $25.00 and all tastes, for there are exceptionally good offers at $15, t, at $18, at $20, as well as higher priced merchandise, but whatever your wc can show you a complete display of choice fabrics, attractive patterns and distinctive styles. W. S. Peck & Co.' fashionable clothing for men and young men is one of the features of this display. It stands among the foremost and appeals to men who want the best Ask to see it. e Hats, Cravats, and other Furnishings. A complete display at the best prices. We can please all pocket-book- s price-limiHalf-Hos- Jesso IIaUs, of HvAHSville. Ind, Is here this week the guest of hU mother. Mrs. Martha J. Paris. The Hlckmaa Courier and Weekly Commercial Appeal, both one year for I1.S6. Oct them now. Sheriff Johnson spent tw days of met wek m Madrid Bend, and rw portm fine lax collections In that vicinity. Walter Kirk, of gaMfnu llldg. was arrested Friday by flheriff Johnson, ewarsjed wKh breach of tho peace. He was nm tl Iu Juris Nnylor's court. Monday. Lewis Craig, residing In tho lower bottom, wns arrested last week on a charg--e of carrying concealed deadly wepens. He made bed for his nt the January term or the circuit court, Pierce was arrested at tho tlmo of the shooting by Officers Weaver and Escue, who wqxe at tho depot at the time. On hearing tho shooting, tho officers ran up and asked who did It, when Pierce replied: "I did. Hero is tho gun," handing tho weapon over to tho officers. l, Ho was carried before Mayor who assessed a fine of $50 him and placed him under a bond of 1100. In the meantime a atato warrant was secured, charging him with malicious shooting with Intent to kill, and ho was put undor a $1000 bond, which ho readily gave, Co-be- BALTZER & DODDS DRY GOODS CO, INCORPORATED making a move as If to draw a weapon, whoreupon Plorco drow Jiis revolver and fired. had mado his speech. Nearly every member of the bar Union City volunteered his services to Mr. Plorco in the defense of' his son, and it Is thought that a strong fight will bo made when the caso comes to trial, as Gen. Caldwell is onu of tho strongest and most vigorous prosecutors in the state. In ciUzens of tho town volunteered and telephoned Hon. IUco A. Piorce, tho young man's father, tolling him that if ball was allowed to let them know and they would como down and sign Sunday morning when tho death of the bond. tho young man was learned, another Young Plorco Is about 22 years of warrant charging him with murder in tho first degree was secured, and age and recontly graduated In law, Pierce waived tho examining trial, being admitted to the bar and beand Atty. Caldwell palced the bond coming a member of tho firm of at $5,000. Some of tho wealthiest Piorce, Fryo & Pierce. Ho was nev-o- r in any trouble beforo and some of tho companions who wero with him at the time of tho killing stato Power-Ove- r that Chandler mot Pierco as ho was coming out of tho depot, and said, "Thero ho la now," at tho samo tlmo Notice. By virtue of an order of sale this day made In Hickman Iollco Court, I will offer for sale at tho City Pound, on 8aturday, tho 5th day of November, 1010, between the hours of 2 and 3 o'clock p. iu.. to tho highest bidder for cash In hand, on rod bull at his dock last week that weighed 1W W. P. Hdrnonds dressed n catfUh Tho affair is deeply rogrettod In Union City and vicinity, tho family or young Plerco being one of tho oldest and most Influential in the county, Hon. Rico A. Plorco, the boy's father having represented that district in Congress for a number of years. Patrons desiring tho sorvloes of At tho tlmo of tho killing, Hon. Dr. J. O. Stubbs, dentist, will find Frank P. Bond, was making a speech him at his offlco In tho LaCledo build at tho opera houso and ho wan to bo Ing tho weok of Monday, Nov. 14. followed by Mr. Pierce, whon tho nows of tho shooting camo and Mr. Win. Kondall loft Tuesday for Plerco was forced to leavo boforo ho pounds. It wrh caught by Jim Hlngo, n negro, and was one of tho largest that has been seen here for several months. Tom Morgan was arrested last week on charge of cruelty to animals. He was reloaded on bond furnished yearling, marked with n hole and by Judgo B. T. Davis. Tho animal In question, wo undorstnnd, was a ovor half slope in right and crop In oar. CLAUD HAM BY, City stock horso. Mr. .Morgan Is also undor a loft bond, bolng charged with being ImMarshal. plicated In sending or posting a threatening letter. Clara Botcher Co. Nov. 24, 25, 26. Illness Don't criticise your doctor because medicine prescribed by him fails to have the desired effect. The prescription may have been good, but the ingredients dispensed poor. Give the doctor a fair show by taking his prescriptions to a druggist who makes a point of dispensing only pure drugs of right potentcy drugs that have the power to overcome illness. Tested drugs only are used here, and skilled pharmacists do the compounding. You should have the best procurable when combating sickness. A Hickman Lodge 76 F. & A. M. NO WATER FRIDAY m1 tion noit Mondny night at 7:30. Visiting brothers cordially Invited. H. N. COWOILl,, Master. D. OWL'N3, Socy. Work in P. C. degroe. M., will moot In Hickman Lodgo No. 761, P. & A. regular communica- On account of having to repair our Water Mains, there will no Water furnished Friday. All customers are warned to prepare Lady Wanted. for this. - i CowgilPs Drug Store (Incorporated) Hickman Ice & Coal Co. To introduce our very complete Pall lino of beautiful wool sultlngH, wash frJjrics, fancy waistlngs, silks, hdkfs, pottlcoats, etc. Up to dato N. Y. City Patterns. Finest lino on tho markot. Dealing dlroot with tho mills you will find prlcoa low. If othors con inako JW to $30 weekly you can also. Sam Pics, full instructions In noat sample caso, shipped oxprcss propald. No. money requlrsd. Excluslvo territory. Write for particulars. Bo first to an- ply. Standard Drcsa Goods Company, Dopt, COO, Blnghamptou, N. Y, BrWvBnTl W tA 1 POlf H BCXOXSL3MCA.3g- - 3F,XJ3FL3XTia?XJFLE5 OO-'- S )fs2 Wkk THANKSGIVING OFFERING First-Clas- s mmsEZLfi m A Mammoth Line of Furniture at Second-Clas- s Prices. Everything Positively Guaranteed. We would also remind you that Christmas is not far off, and there is nothing superior to nice furniture for Christmas giving. Our line is very large compared with local stocks, but it would be well for you to come in now and see just what youwant. If it is not in stock, then we shall have ample time to get it here for you. HICKMAN" FTTnsriTTTIRE ooiMUPnsrrr INCORPORATED COMS jA-ISTT- D SETHI OTXIR. STOOOK i AJJUk AAAAAAAAAAAAAA The Pa.t Jrfy 9rIgNGApo Bad Negro Caught. Sheriff Johnson and Deputy Marshal t IUmby played the part of sleuths Monday night, and succeeded In banging n, negro much wanted In Helona, Ark., one Ceo. Young, alias TYTTTTYYYYTTTYVYYTTYYVTYTT Geo. Blvons. Young is charged, as Is also his father, with shooting a Elvu Halo left Sunday morning for white man In Helona. When arrast-ml-, 1'aducah. the negro admitted his identity Wolls pont Saturday In nnd acknowledged that bo did tho Prnthor shooting. Hickman. mid-nigh- Ills arrest nccurred at 2 o'clock J T. Perkins, of Martin, was hore Tuesday morning. The offlcors search Friday on business. ed a number of housos before they 8 L. Dodds and Dr. L. P. IlalUer reached tho right one, nnd then only are at the Lake this week. caught the negro after considerable maneuvering When tho offlcors Wnlter DeHow, of Union City, was wont Into Iiud Blvons' house, In West hero BnturUny on business. Hmbroldary Mre. 8. L. Tha wind awapt patha of Ian irt ua, co&x ua alt the whi la, Thay Wllh Kotdon bloaaema !i a1ow And roM blatlnc mlia on mil. Out of totlijr thajr hva their atari Krem taro. bltaJc pUcaa whara wa DoddsJ-'rlda- Hickman and stated tholr mission, old Bud solemnly declared that there was no ono thoro besides himself. wlfo and daughtor. The officers, however, proceeded to go through tho rooms and make a search. They had given up and woro fixing to leave when they hoard a noise in tho gar-ro- t and a "dull thud" on tho ground outside. Before they could got out sldo tho "thud" had dlsappoured in Thoy protonded to tho darkness. leave and crawled under tho house In a fow mlnutos Blvons camo out to soo if tho coast was clear and striking a match discovered tho men under tho house. Tho offlcors then proccodod to go In and wait by tho flro. About 2 n. m., they hoard a faint rap on tho door. Thoy covered tho negro Blvons with tholr guns nnd mndo him toll tho knocker that Bam 'TEfBMB $3r3&flBKaKMni Club will ineot with afternoon. y llsBaBPlHSliiiBr H8BP9r '"' $ cm Have a largo supply of Narolssus bulbs on band. Miss Frnnkyo Held. C. 0. Sehlenkor and wlfo and W. C. Johnson and wife wont to' St. Louis 8aturday night for a fow days' visit. The Clothing We Sell without question, of the highest merit. They have grace and refinement and the further advantage of being is, Into tha raachta of tha heart, Into tha roldan yaatarlftnd. Ho, no1dlnc rraaara bant aboTa Tha dim, worn pathway! UP a (a ml. HnaHUem. '; .ll3aiWMt-jMBH- tha all of tauichtar aad of lora la whtsparlna about tham atllli Thay wound thalr way baalda tha atraam. They hid themiwlvea wtthln the wood. And aa the pathway of a dream Each faded aoftly whero wa itood. Jos. Amnions, of tho Cayco was fined ISO Monday for discharging firearms on a public high way. neigh-borlioo- d, Miss Dora Swearingen in "Tempest and Sunshine" at the Lyric Tonight bad gono. Slowly a black visprotruded botweon tho door and casing. Johnson reached out caught him by tho collar. In his attempt to get away ho toro his shirt off. Johnson took Young to Helena yesterday as no requisition papers woro necessary. Tho only clow Johnson had was a telegram containing a meagre description. It is said thoro Is a cash reward of $1300 offered for tho nogro's arrest, but wo cannot say how truo this may bo. they age tho and IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW. What a heap of Happiness It Would Brlng to Hickman. Hard to do housework with an aching back. Brings you hours of misery at leisure or nt work, If women only know tho cause Bcckacho pains como from sick kidneys, 'Twould eavo much needless woo. Doan's Kldnoy Pills euro sick kld-noy- Throuih thloketa where tha berrlee raw. Through orcharda drowilnff In par-fum- a, On Friday ovonlng a largo numbo'r of tho young folks and married folks enjoyed a danco at tho Harry Hall. Unusually good music was bnd, tho mlnstrul band having boon scoured for tha occasion. II. N. Cowglll and wlfo and J. T. Stophons and wlfo returned Sunday Sophons and wlfo roturncd Sunday aftomoon from a wook's stay at tho Lako. No, wo didn't loam how many ducks thoy killed. Tom, Davo nnd Rubo Morgan woro cited, Saturday, by Shorlff Johnson, to nppoar boforo Judgo Naylor nnd show roason why thoy should not con trlbuto to tho support of certain relatives, In llou of tho county. C. A. Porry, who has bocon confined to his bed for sovoral wouks Is said to bo greatly Improved. A dislocated hip was found to bo tho main trouble, and this was roset by Dr. popular priced. r i Throuith quiet paaturo lands mil through Tha wilder waya of tangled bloom Tha olden pathwaya wound and want. And wa look back away, away, To where our yeaterdaya are blent In the aoft haie of work and play. And but In dreame wa foot them all Tha patha wa knew of old eo wall, Tha patba of quail and robin-cal- l, Tha patha whoee oharma no worda can telL Wa are them dropping- down tha hill, Wa eea tham loafing by tha brook, Wa are tham where tha treea are atlll In erery shadowed foraat nook. patha of tone; ago The They coax ua, coax ua all the while. And we would fain arlee and to Through all tha old daya mile on mile. they have their atart. Out of From barren apacta where we atnnd. Into tha golden yealerland WIU1UH D. NESUIT wlnd-aweto-d- The models are in exquisite taste and the workmanship is the kind you would expect in the most expensive clothes. Made to measure only by the INTERNATIONAL TAIL-ORIN- Marriage Licenses The following wero granted license to marry in Obion county last week: Ivory HIbbs and Ethol Talley. Bates Cartor and Pearl Smith. Joss Goodman and Blrdlo Brown. Jesso Young nnd Mary Bertram. Charlie Suggs and Bosslo Bright. WHoy Bow ore and Pearl Fuzzoll. W. C. Whlpplo and Fny Hampton. A. D. Osborno and Myrtlo Goodman Marvin Gorroll nnd Ada Pago. It. A. Brady nnd Nannlo Bogors. Mott'a Nervous Pills. Tho great norvo nnd brain treat ment for men nnd women, produces strongth and vitality, builds up tho systom and ronows tho normal vigor. For salo by Hickman Drug Co.. or by mall, l per box, C boxes for $5. Cotton, the plumber. Phone 15. CO. from all wool fabrics, either foreign or domestic with a strong guar- The COUllIR" for tnw newa Nallllng, of Union City, who thinks ho will bo out In a fow weeks.. 0. M. Yates loaves this week for Louisiana on n business trip. Ho Is thinking of locating In that stnto In tho shlnglo busjness. Wo would bo sorry Indeed to loso Mr. Yntos and his good wlfo as citizens of Hickman. IIo Ib a good shlnglo man and a splondld follow with It. Tho Mongol Tug, In chargo of Capt. Loo Campboll, ran aground on a bar Don't Blame the Hen When you got Bad Cggs for they Were Good when sho laid them You can Examine Insurance Companies and you can Can- anty which relieves you from obligation if the garment isn't right. Your inspection of the invited. stles is respectfully dle Eggs, but after all isn't it best to demand the kind of insurance that you know is good all of the time ? jSollM Tlxn.t R. T. TYLER XEiM-c- l Sunday evening nbout C o'clock, sovoral miles abovo town. Sho had In tow a lnrgo bargo of coal. Both tug and bargo wcro dislodged Monday moraine by tho Mongol Company's big tow boat. Tho Mcdloy Bond bar Is In tho mlddlo of tho rlvor. Millett & Alexander Hickman pcoeplo ondorso this: Mrs, It. L. Graves, of Shaw road, Hickman, Ky., says: "I had an attack of kldnoy troublo which caused my back to become very lamo nnd weak. Headaches woro common, I folt tired nnd found it difficult somo days to finish my housowork. Loom ing about Doan's Kldnoy Pills, I wont to Holm & Ellison's Drug Storo and procured a box. Thoy rid mo of tho lamoness in my back, restored my strongth and uiado it possible for mo to dq my housowork without any inconvenience. I can say that Doan's I:diioy Pills benefitted mo more than anything elso I over used." For sale by all dealers. Price COc. Foster-Mllbur- n Co. Buffalo, N. Y solo agents for tho United States. Remember tho name Doan's and tako no other. Miss Anna Lynn Dodds ontertalncd In a charming mnnnor a number of her llttlo friends Friday afternoon In honor of her 10th birthday. !i rtiisvwuNiiimtimswtmmmm nmkWPMatar WW MUMwd wfci5S , - liT rffTT'5T tlitiLAtALiAititAttUUllit11 NOTICE -- tue from tho main highway. two Brooms. of her nnd tho through Then followed n long rulo of tho in the mountains back nny mid.-prisoner- s sleep ho prayed that Provldime mi. ht open a way for him to prove that she was not depending on him In vain. Cn.VPTBR XIII. :r:ti0cramo , TO- Pfumbers and Consumers 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. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. (INCORPORATED.) vnnr'?fTi'MTi,i'iwt,'vH',,f f S ''V''V v' J. A. COTTON & CO. (INCORPORATED) v- - t t t t Plumbers H V.3XTX Tinners WORK IN BOTH BRANCHES EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY t t t t i t t t t 5 pur-lumany hours ahead of Thoy became stupidly mnltan. ,ta. . or tho two grooms mode n One of thorn wns killed, but freedom. one had escaped. stow, Pom time during tho .... iio forest sho swoon ed? When ie nme to her senses Bho room, nunwuu..- was In n dimly llnt men. Th Rg "ail nocn re1 by would moved from her mouth. She had hnvo shrieked out In hor terror not hor poe rested upon tho figure of ollwWR a man who sat oppoMtc. hta on tho back of the chair which ho straddled, his chlu on hU arms. He was staring at hor stoamiy. eye catching her gazo and holding It a anako holds the blnl It has charmed. ... ihn hard, hawklike Thore could bo no mistake. Sao face. roado wni looking Into tho face that so abthe .rtralt of the Iron Count leathery html tf t horrent to bcr-t- ho cadaver with eyos tliat lived. Slio btvke down aad cried herself Into the Bleep of exhaustion. All the next day she sat limp uod helpless In the chair they had brought to her. Sho couM nrtttwr oat nor drink. Late In tlw afternoon Marlanx tsue kiiow noi irwn again. whence he mine; he stood before her suddenly as If produced by the tangle of somo fabled penlr, smiling blandly, his back, his his hands clasped calculation. attltu1 one of "He laughed when I demanded that he hould restore nw to my friends. He chldod mo when I pleaital and bus sed for mercy. My qmxtloiw were never answered. Where am I, Mr. King? Oh. this dreadful placo! Why are wo here you and 1?" King's heart throbbed fiercely onco more. A vast uungor poswosseu ins soul. In that moment he could have laid down his life for her with n smile of rejoicing. Then he told her why sho wus there, why ho was there nnd of tho Mth tho dreadful Ml hi "God In heaven!" sho repeated over and over again In a piteous whisper. Tho light was going out "Qulckl" he cried. "The qondtel Light a fresh one. My hnmbj are bound." Sho crept to the candles and Joteod tho wicks. A new light grew ns the old ono died. Thou sho stood erect, looking down upon him. "You aro bound. I fonrot." Sho started forward, dropplag to hor knees beside him, an eager gleam In her eyes. "If I can untlo tho rope will that help? There must bo one us. Let me Httlo chanco for you-f- or lt A ntVIMTT SltAI'Ba, S u Phone 65 Hickman, Ky. $ OUR ICE FACTORY Closes AT 10 A. M. ON SUNDAYS No ice will be sold after this hour, only in cases of sickness or absolute'necessity. TltrriinMllltMlinMinTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTn was pitch dark when ho awoke. Tho sound of breathing cntno to his ears. Ho wt up. Ills hands were freo. It had not boon a dream. Sho was lying over thore asleep. The cnndlo had burnt Itself out; that was all. He crept softly Act directly on the liver. Gently Ui, All vegetable. I'ills. Sugar-io-itcaero the floor. In the darknesa he Aycr's Pose, only one pill. SoU for neatly sixty years. Ask your doctor about thtr-live. touched tin? garments found her ami she wore nnd drew laek tttithralled A f mid to move for fewr of disturbR ing Iter, he sat quietly for an hour or All this time hte brain was more. working like mad In the tww found desire to perform miracles for th sake KHTAlUMflltKI) of this lovoly. unattainable creature TOM DILLON, St., Prop. He was fonrettlng tho prince, tho hor tvrs of the 2Hh; he was thinking only (Hucccmor to II. O. llnmmit, dcccMed) of aavlng this girl from the fate that os Marlanx had In storo for hor Engo may have had tho promise, but what could It prollt him if Marlanx had the girl? rootsteiis In tho outer room recalled him to tho bitter reality of their lol CURDING. STONEJWORRtOF ALL He nwoko her and wliWpered tlon. beKINDS, IRON FENCING. words of encouragement Into her wildered ears. Then he put on his coat Kentucky Hickman, and threw himself on tho floor, first wrapping tho ropo about his wrists to deceive tho guard. A key turned in tho padlock. OM man Spantx stood In the doorwny. "It Is noon," said tho old man irascibly. Then ho camo in awl lighted a caudle. "Noon of tho 35th.- said Truxton twenty-fou- r hours It will bitterly. "In bo all over, eh, Spent?" HICKMAN, KENTUCKY "At noon tomorrow." Julius Snantx urouiht In the food for the prisoners, sotting It on the floor them. MKKcrroitri J.J.a,llOMHIUNT "It is usually tho duty of our friond II. I1UOIIAJ.-AOHO..THHMI,KKt.l Julius to feed mo," observed Truxton J.W At.H,"CANIHH T. A. LKIIKOltU Ur. J. M. HU1IUAHU to hts follow prisoner. 1U M. IHUJll "Julius?" queried the girl from tho rnntte. needa at the wan. ' "Not Juli We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and us SJpantE of the armory?" said Truxton. Julius ofier our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent The same." laughed awkwardly. with sound banking. "Bnough." snarled William SpanU. Ills manner chaugrd completely, howINTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS ever, whew ho turned to address the to to Inform you. young lady. "I J. A. TIIOMrtfO.V, Ciublvr II 1IUOIIANAN. ririhUnl madam, that your stay Is to bo brief II. (' KAMAUK. Ai.t CiMhUr Tonight you win bo removed to more pleasant quarters that a frtood h prepared for you. As for you. my friend." turning to Truxton and smiling Iroolcally. "I deeply deplorelU fact that yu are to remain. When Our Stock h Complete and we next gather In the roo beyond a new dispensation will have begun You may be Interested tbon to bear what we have to say out there." With a profound Ihw to the ladf and a leer for King ho doparted. boltMillionaire Canned Goods ing the door behind him. Instantly King was at her side. try." Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products "Dy Jove," ho whispered admiringly, "An idea has como to mo," ho whisChase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas his spirits leaping to meet hers, "you've pered eagerly. "I think I see a way." "Mx. King, what Is It you Intend to got pluck. Yon put new life In me. I OtlonorTVIcpbotie Ui wbMt Ih Hrrnl of OHOOHHIHH, FIIMHII MKAT8 I was almost a n quitter.1 do! Ploase tell me. I must know. or rKHiwTorrH. At last, aftor many despairing tugs, Ton heard what ho said about taking the knot relaxed. "There!" sho cried, mo to tho count's, ne meant Mar3 Deliveries Telephone 6 sinking back exhausted. "Ob. how It lanx. I will die first." must have hurt you! Your wrists are "No. I will dlo Unit. Tty the way. raw!" well toll you that I wasn't were stiff and sore and I way as altogether His arms of bow we are to thinking Site watchhung like lead at his side. escape. Why should I save you from ed hlra with narrowed eyes wbhV he Marlanx Just to havo you hurry off stood off and tried to work lkod and and get married to Vos lingo? Ifa a strength back Into his muscles. mean thought, I know." hastily; "but. "Do you think you can can do anyJust tho same, I Imto to think of you thing now. Mr. King?" sho asked after marrying some one else." n long Interval. "Wo must escape," "Some ono else?" she questioned, a sho said ns If It wore all sottlod. pucker on her forehead tonight," ho gently In"It cannot be "Ob, I know ! wouJdu't have a formed her. a (IcknoM attacking his ghost of a chance even If Ibero hoart. "Don't you think you'd bettor wasn't n Vos Kngo. It Isn't that." be ,F0R try to get boiuo sleep?" oxplalncd. "I recognize the er-- dlf He prevailed upon her to lie down, ferjenco and" la our stations with his coat for n pillow In two Continued next week. minutes she was asleep an hour or more lit sat tiierr l'or at the ilrl. swivt Irregular bowel movomonts load to looking sorr-wfuPittsburg Lump Coal face, the utmost detp'l' ' '1' "' chronic consUpatlon and n constlp.it ' ' 'it ,VI ' od habit fills tho system with ImpuriBon Air Lump Coal At Inst ho Ptrpt' 'i d hi " ties. IIEIiniNB Is n groat bowel rog ' flM.r near t Kentucky Coal ulator. It purides tho system, vitalizes tho blood and puts tho dlgostlvo organs In flno vigorous conulUon Prices based on delivery within the city limits Prlco GOc. Sold by Hickman Drug Co Parties out of town desiring to haul their own coal' .i,,i. ,.. IT sonu Troubled with a cough? A hard cold, bronchitis, is a medicine made for jus chronic lung trouble? There these cases Aycr's Cherry Pectoral. Your doctor know all about it. Ask him what he thinks of it. No medicine can ever take the place of your doctor. Keep in clost touch with him, consult him frequently, trust him fully C. lfjerCo.,LowrMas No alcohol in tin's cough medicine. For Coughs and Colds or HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS l3 nww .ur.tn.i i dHilbr Marble and Granite Monuments Farmers and Merchants Bank de-hjn-lur ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Ledford & Randle COAL COAL CASH COAL CASH $4.00 1.75 &25 CASH lly .'it ' ' " 1Am of Liberty n Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED writes Mrs. Ethel Newlln, qui. lor it nas cureci me, and I will never forget it "I cannot praise Cardui loo highly for what it did for me. Before I began 'that I began to take Center. IncL. Car- - I Pride. Prlilo that dines on variety supn no contempt Prldo breakfasted with plenty, dined with poverty and suppo.l with Infamy. Hoqjamln franklin will be allowed 40 cents per ton deduction from prices quoted. You can leave your order, accompanied with cash, at the office of Hickman Ice & Coal Co., or phone 48 if you you wish order sent C. O. D. No one has authority to extend credit, so don't ask for it. I will appreciate your patronage, and by selling strictly for cash can give you security againtst an exorbitant advance in prices. J. T. DILLON, Manager. Cash Book Store J. KELLY SMITH Attorney at'Law -- to take It, I was very bad color, suffered great pain and weighed only 105 pounds. Now I have a good color, do not suffer and weigh 125 lbs." LAKD'S SNOW LINIMENT possossos that power. Ilubbed In whoro tho pain Is folt Is nil that Is necessary to rcliovo suffering and restoro normal conditions. Prlco 25c, 50c and fl por bottle. Sold by Illckmnn Drug Co. A milliner put up this sign: or hands rcaulro a powerful romedy that will ponctrato tho flesh. DAL- - Nouralgla of tho faco shoulder, foot X. At . PARIS Who's the Joke On? "Wo Splendid Selection New Books Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. , Kverythlng Call and See Our Stock fit girls for tho best colleges In tho Puzzle Who's tho Joko onT east." Tho Dollmnn. The Lyric. Clinton, Kentucky Ont'lenth of Take ill fers to ChHstUnlti. The Woman's Tonic Beware of strong, noxious, mineral drugs, that sink Into your system, like lead to the bottom of a basin of water. Cardui is purely vegetable and contains no poisonous minerals, or Mary Berendes & Co. h Your grocery Psychology of Dreams. Dreams go by contraries, but they nearly always agree with what wo cat Dlrmlngham Ago-Heral- &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ order will receive to prompt attention If telephoned Botteraworth & Prathor. Both phones. Anything you want that wo haven't got in Furnituro we will bo clad to order It for you. Hickman Furniture Company, WHY NOT TRY Popham'B ASTHMA REMEDY Gives prompt and positive relief in ovory case. Sold by tho Hickman Drug Co.,prico fl. Trial package by mall 10c. Williams Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland. dangerous drugs. It is perfectly safo and harmless, for use by old and young, and may be taken, as a tonic, for months, without any possi ble harmful effect Try it I TyTTTTTTTTTTTTVmrTTT'?TT Rcgulato tho bowels when thoy fall Tempest and Sunshlno, Nov. 10. IIERIIINE Is an admirablo bowel regulator. It helps Tho FighUng Parson, Doc. , 1910. tho liver and stomach and restores Ishmael, dramatized by Allco E. a flno feeling of strength and buoyancy, Prico GOc. Sold by Hickman Drug Ives from Mrs. Southworth's novel of Co. Uio some namo, Dec. 14, 1910, St. Elmo, by Cathorino Hadloy & Need of Play for Children, Co., Lofflngwoll's copyrighted vorsion Play Is tho great soulal stimulus, and It Is the prima motlvo which Dec. 19, 1910. Tho Lost Trail, Jan. 7, 1911. unites chlldron and draws them Into comradeship. Jano Addama. Tho Widow Perkins, Feb. 6, 1911. Cast Aflldo, March 3, 1911. Put a poms plaster on tho chest and tako a good cough syrup inter. nnlly if you would treat a sovoro coso of soro lungs properly. Cot tho dolCall at tho Hickman Furnituro Co. lar size nALLAIlD'S IIOnEHOUND for anything you. want in furniture. With each bottle thoro is a SYUUP. froo IIERItlCK'S RED PEPPER POR-U- S PLASTER for tho chest. Sold by Cotton, the plumber. Phone 16. Hickman Drug Co. to movo properly. Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, See samples. c. Jit Courier OfIce. jdttAfe.. i 'jM?a WEAR and Worry PROOF BEREFT. Boys Who Plant Dimes IV frTj &wS ' ' 4M&nk.5, BOOK" In a savings bank will see them grow Into good big dollars by tho time they are men. If you have a boy open a savings account fop him at THE PEOPLES BANK. Give him the book and get him Into the habit of saving. You couldn't do a kinder op wlsep act for him. n the young man of the family for i V and a sturdy that is wear-resistanc- plenty of style The Bank that Oiiginaied the Savings Department in Hickman. amount horo this season. worked most of tho day Sunday loading cotton at this port and failed to' sot ovor a third of what was laying on tho bank then. handled Ono of tho Leo Lino boats worth while. a custom factory, where shoe making is the only thing of im Made in the west, for the west, in Farms for Sale. Fine Farming Land for Salo on Easy Tteerms. portancc .pf P: :ii i 1 Transportation has been a serious handicap. Noxt year this evil will have boon romodled. Wo will havo two now railroads, atid Jf wo do what we should do, a now boat lino. Tho N., G. & St. L. will than bo falling all ovor Uiomsolves to furnish cars, whloh now cannot bo had for love nor inonoy. get out of business, I decided to sell off all of my havo land and will offer aomo as fine laud In tho world on almoat any terms that a purchaser may deslro. DeairinjT. to t No. around shoe- - goodness there's a Dic- Beside the all IIS Hf B tl 5.. 7iTr5rti Iflrl Useless Law. "Tho copyright law Is nothing but a hold-ugamo on the part of tho govhumernment," romark6d the would-bp o The Union City naners are lustly Jubilant over the cotton situation of the pest few weeks. Among other r things, the soys: "D. WEBSTER SCHOOL SHOES ARE I). Harnett, who lives 7 miles from CUSTOM MADE UV Hlokman, 17 from Union City, got $M.50 on tho threo loads of cotton Wertheimer-Swart- s he brought here moro than he would Friendship's Tribute. have gotten at Hlokman. Will Green S. A. U. ST. LOUIS, Gladys Did you sco what the so- gained $4S by coming here with four ciety column of tho Dally Itrcad said loads, this too after paying his livery about Nln Otllard the other xnornlngT nnd hotel bllle. Mr. Harnett tells us "Sho moves with onso and grace In that coming an up to Union City he our roost oxoluslvo circles!" Mnybolle Yes, I read It It's dead fell In with a train of 17 wagons loadThe different part that have fore we have another overflow. acre. tho editor who wrote that ed with cotton boand for Union City Trtwt that eaeli and every man certain that subscribed to the levee fund are not Below I quote some of tho best had never seen her on roller skates. that had been at Hickman, ferried No. 4. One farm of 500 acres, 160 paying a promptly as they houkl, ibat hn euUserlbed will oome for acroM from the MImouH shore. Will bargains ever offered in Fulton coun- acres In cultivation, balance deadenpay the amount that he and. on tul account, the bulkllng of ward and Green lives 8 miles beyond Hickman. ty. Ky., and Obion county, Tenn., The Sarcaitlo Answer. ed except mcrchantahlo timber, flvo this levee It being delayed. We have has stihtcrHwd without delay so Uiat up In a cloth He, with 14 of hte neighbors, were lands; Ho hnd one band tied miles from Hickman, seven the work may be started at onoe. sut lioUcwg to each and every "What's tho matter?" queried the here Saturday with cotton." No. 1. Ono farm of 105 acres. 9 Unsnt houses, throo barns, price is WALICHIL L. ad vicing that the banks of party with tho rubber habit un Hickman would receive thU money. Chairman Ievee Board. Hickman has gotten the worst of miles from Hickman In Obion county, $5u for cleared land and $40 for "Burned my Angers," replied tho year, Tnnn. 100 firms oloarod. nil lavcl. cleared. This 13 picked land and bet- We have new arranged to hare Mine vloUm. It In the cotton business this I individual oall on the cats thai have "Howl" asked the othor. but look out for 1911. Farmers are clear of trees and stumps, thoroughly tor cannot be found lUtlKS ftfnn rnurhlnrl vou rack the ....., prirwl linrns , ironil Crivim nH-- l No. C. Ono farm of 35 acres one .w "Heaping coals of flro on on ene already making plans to put a gin a tllpil- - 2 .. not paid for tho purpose of eolleot and worry, tho body. DALIwUtlVS imanswer. few miles below town, figuring that Idencc, and all other necessary Ink the amount they have snbrlbed, HOIUIHOUND SYKUl' oheoka Irrita-tin- my's head," was tho miles below Hickman, and one-hal- f provements. Prico JC2.B0 per acre. heals tho luncs and restores It will be a good investment whother nnd when they are oalled upon to good house, stables, otc., prico $S5 60o His Homecoming. No. 2. Ono farm of 250 acres about )ay. we would he very much pleased aomfortablo breathing. I'rlco 38c.Co it Is kept running or not We underby Illekman Drug Neighbor What was that loud noise stand another is being planned by a 135 cleared, 7 good tenant houses, on acre. to have them arrange to pay thla and 1. Sold I hoard early this morning? No. 7. Ono farm of 170 acres 3'4 flfipttnllet to be built on tho new all enclosed new wire fence. Nearly nulwcrlptlon. as we on n not go to the Lndy Noxt Door I guess it was the local railroad near Sassafras nidge, and all tiled, lot of good merchantable miles below Hickman, 150 acres In of making the second vUK. Is the fool's seed time. dawn breaking, you heard. t'xiwnse Tomorrow still othors aro figuring on a gin for timber on land not cleared. Prlco is cultivation, balance In woods lot, 4 Ttils levee can not be built nor start- Tody Is Uie time to do. Neighbor Thq dawn breaklngl It gen- Dorenn. If we don't watch out we $60 per acre. This place Is 2V& miles good houses, stables otc. Price $75 ed until nil of the funds subscribed Lady Noxt Door Yes. per acre. erally breaks with a crash In our will havo more gins than cotton, but from Hickman in lower bottom. have been paid, and uuImm the UEAL ESTATE. FOIt SALE: Sco front hall No. 3. Ono farm of 62 acres threo Its a Olnoh that the fleecy Btaple ninda that have ben subscribed No. 8. Ono farm ot 1700 acres (ou agent for M. D. will be marketed In this neck of the miles below Hickman, neat are not paid promptly It will be too W. B. Bondurant, main place) tine barns, good houses, Exactly. woods next year, oven If somebody house, about 12 acres cleared and lot 100 acres In alfalfa, prices furnished Into to got this lcteo completed be Shaw. of good timber on uncleared land. """ "Wasn't King Oeorgo about to go goes broke. BWMBBWMMMMaMM on application. Price 50 per acre. on an ocean voyage at tho Umo of major portion of the crop While the No. 4. Ono farm of 170 acres, five King Edward's death?" All of this land is protected by tho awny "Yos, but ho had to glvo It up In which has been sold has gone miles from t Hickman on the Dyers- - leveo and produces 25 to 50 bushols no small burg rood about 100 acres cleared, a from town, there has boon order to mount tho throno." of wheat per acre, a bale of cotton, "Postponed on account of reign, bout 50 acres level, balanco hill. ThU alfalfa, and In fact any crop that you eh?" Is nlco Improved farm, good house, 2 wish to plant. I also havo several good barns, nice orchard, free deliv- good tenant houses scattered over A CRAZY MAN. ery and telephone. Prlco $20 per the City of Hickman that I will soil This can be made a flno stock at a bargain, also 75 head of good farm. mules, three years old in tho spring, No. 6. Ono farm of 200 acres, six 15 and a miles from Hickman on Dyorsburg lot of suckling colts, besides 50 or road, about half cleared, balanco in 60 good brood mares and somo fino Umber, good house and barn, good Jersey cattle, also 50 good work-mul- e orchard; well Improved. Prlco $20.00 In buying from me you buy direct por aero. from tho owner, having no commisI havo several othor farms listed sions to pay somo dealer. also somo West Hickman bouses and lota which Is going to bo levied soon. acres fine cotton land, 3 miles west of For further particulars call on 8. ' I also havo about 3000 acres of land L. DODDS, Hickman, Ky. good wells, fences, Hickman. 7 houses, good 3 to 4 miles abovo Hickman In upper curbed with brick, 1 good cistern, good hny shed bottom .This land overflows but pro Our mill Is running every day. crops first year. duces moro than any land In Fulton and fine field of alfalfa cut four county; soveral cloarod forms. Pric You will not be dlsaiintt, !' yp". Do Forest, ms. to to our mill for shingles. Yates per aero. $8 Land adjoining selling for "Aftor nn opera- es Call to $15 address mo at Hickman, come Bblagle Co. & Kirk on or tion four years ngo per acre. , 1 had pains downKy. ward in both sides, B. G. HALE. "I want a divorco from my wife." li!:X ff$ El backncho, nnd a TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER "On what ground?" weakness, liiouoo-to- r Progressive Citizens. Tnminltv" P wanted mo to No man has como to truo greatopera"How long has sho boon that wayfi ilMrv. ' havo another tion. ItookLyulaE. ness who has not felt In somo degreo "Sho isn't that way; I was to marPinkham's vegeta- that his llfo belongs to his raco, and .ry her." In fact ovoryono thoso days, seeks ble Compound and that what God gives him ho gives to savo tlmo and tho telephone Is T nm nntlrelv cured ': - f y ' Changed. of inv troubles." him for mankind. tho greatest tlmesaver that has evor Mrs. AracsTE Vesi'eiuvvnn, Do For-es- t, With lemon- - going up and up been invented. It is !nsta..tnueous. never knew, yott Wisconsin. To heights wo You can send nnd recolvo your mesMay bellovo she loves you if PILES1 PILES1 Another Operation Avoided. She hands a lemon to you. sage at the samo Umo. It brings disNow Orleans, La, "For years! suffered from sovoro female troubles. Williams' Indian PUo Ointment will tant cities and towns within your piles. Finally I was conllned to my bed and. euro blind, bleeding nnd ItchingItching roach almost Instantly. It connects Doomed. . the doctor said an operation wasneces-sary- It absorbs tho tumors, allays Hamilton, the "I seo that I cavo Lydia E. rinkhnm's Veg- at once, acts ns a poultice, gives In you locally with ovoryono of proud- smokes clgarettos." ......AAM .tin Aw etable Compound a trial first, and stant rcllof. Williams' i'lio uinunoni nonco. If you hnvo not a telophono I "Then it s a ruco uviwyuu mu uj was paved irom nn owemuoii.r ira. la prepared for Pllos nnd Itching of In the way ot Handles Telophono & Tole- lng machine and tho clgdretto as to LitYPKYitODX, llllKcrlereoSt, Kow tho privnto parts. Sold by Hickman of tho Cumberland gets him first." Williams Mfg. graph Company, call our manager Im Orlonns, La. which Drug Co., 50c and $1. nf utinnnillnlpa S11PC053 Co., Props., Cleveland unio. mediately for rates and information. .power of Lydia F. rinU-ham- 's confirms tho If you uso tho Bell service you are With the Landlady. Rvmnathlzlna Received Vegotaulo Compound to euro A Rno Uno of Horse BlnnkoLs nnd Lnp Robes Jusl "And what would you say If you fomalo diseases. Tho groat volume of pray for a "deep-o- r In tho center of the onUro Boll Many people who connecting with ovor five milhad a boardor that wouldn't oat no unsolicited testimony constantly pour-ln- g work of graco" do not want It to If you want to get your money's worth buy from proves conclusively that Lydia evory lmporatnt nt all?" iu canned stuff and stand behind all enough to roach tho pock- - lion telephones and me. I use the best of leather E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is como deep w "I'd Bay he was uncanny." city and town In tho United States. to look over otbook. goods that I make. It will pay you a remarknblo remedy for thoso Re- V which so Cumberland Telephone & Tclenraph feminlno ills my stock before you buy. Harness and Shoe niccest lino of stoves In Hickman, many women suffor. from ad Tho Hickman Fur. Co. will sur Company, Incorporated. Give me a call. pairing a specialty. prices range from ?3 to $25, both of low you In tho If you want spcclnlndvlconliout prlsogood goods. matter tako ourprices Furwood and coal, at tho St. Louis word Don't your ensotvritoto flfrs. Plnklmm, and udvlco Is but come and see for yourself. nishing Co. Wo can savo you from nt Lynn, Muss. The COUIUElt for the news. free, mid nhtayo luli'ful. 25 to 50 per cent If you buy hero. I tionary witli every pair from size IVAup lllf More Cotton Talk. orist Shoe Co. "Why," rejoined tho wrltor who had arrived, "I thought It an excellent law." "Well, It Isn't," answered tho othor. "Why, I novor copyright my Jokes, nnd no ono ever steals thorn. News-Ilanne- mile north of Dodda' Switch on N. C. & SL L. Ry ono halt ratio cast of East Hickman Watch Hickman during 1011. Switch, 100 acres in cultivation, balance in timber, mostly flno pecans. All of thla land Is above overflow Money to Loan, ejcept pecan land. Has a large barn two houses and a stable. Has uoeu In clover and pasture for the last 4 I loan money on farm lands In years. $11,000 will buy this properand Wenkley Counties, Tenn., ty. 15 or 20 per cent cash, balance, and in Fulton County, Ky. About ono to twenty years If desired, at 0 one-hal- f tho cash valuo of a farm per cent interest. will bo loaned. Loans made In sums ?1(000 or more for five years with No. 2. Farm of 90 acres below of nFlirllnnn in linrrnmnr nt n.ivitl(r B.lffln IlloVmnn nil In cultivation. 3 houses after ono year In full or making any and good born, 2 miles from Hick- slzo partial payment aesireu at micr-- 1 man on good, pumic roau. .im piacu vols of six months after tho oxplra- - is known as tho Lauderdalo farm. Uon of one year, Interest being stop- - Will tako ISO per acre, samo terms ped on partial payments made. Call as above on or wrlto O. SPRADLIN, Attorney- . ., . . UB Pjac "" tf Union City, Tenn. ii'vg wvt- I.OUU UiUttUl UUWCB uuu tuge, all in cultivation, ten acreB In alfalfa, good peach orchard, and Real Estate Bargains. good barns. This place Is known as tho Johnson place. Price $55.00 per ono-halat-La- l. I havo one farm of 200 K sub-wrltx- -r a .MM BOTTOM 5 FARM SAVED o. i INTEREST 3 FROM AN LONG TIME OPERATION 250 BytydiaBePinkham's Vegetable Compound $75 $100 W. A. DODDS .pNi Eve-rvthini- mm il J HICKMAN HARNESS CO. mnn-blrd- ... - Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars; J I sys-tor- I .KSSK0 A. J. WRIGHT, Mgr. f J Ilr HJU -- M liT A IW IM. ir :awA i'l"'jf'lflgjjljjgtr:- - Tim 4- - ryyeffyyV lr' j. J i 5r" fl I M 1 OH, DEAR! Stands the Test. 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 gold and silver line. v M r4 J I M LcJ i i M fl r M i fi ia i H I H She took n course of First Aid to the Wounded, and, nftor long and anxious waiting, the street ncoldont she had earnestly wished for took placo. It was a bicycle picnic; tho man had broken his leg; she confiscated tho walking stick of a passerby, and broke It In threo pieces for splints; she blushlngly look off her undorskirt for bandages, nnd sho was enthusiastically cherod by tho crowd. When all was completed, sho summoned a cab and took her patient to tho hospital. "Who bandaged this limb bo inquired tho surgeon. MI did," sho blushlngly replied. - "Well, it is most beautifully most beautifully deno." said the surgeon "but you havo, I see, mado ono little mistake," Sho felt torrlbly "You havo bandagod tho wrong leg," ho Bald quietly. crod-Itably- Hickman Grocery Co. Do your trading here nnd save money . . . The lllrkxnnn Wagon Co. is doing the larKmi local, us well ns inter state, burtlniies thtty ever done In their more than a half oeutury bum nets. You can sell anything in lory where it la unknown, but to . it the mo people tho same thing from oim generation to another la the tuoei JiKere compliment that onn Im paid to Uie quality of that artlolt. And. In addition to nil thta, the volume of uuslHMs w now rnptdly ltitreniilii. t.-r- saBmfsatemff-oT- J l.ttY. 'JXV" , JUDGE WISE. Business Philosopher. "Wind man's buff Is a Jolly gam. tho Judgo, "except when ploy it In n drug storo. You r. shown exactly what you want at n.. Hickman Drug Co." Bays on your If you don't bolloro the StLoula Co. mills stoves cheormr thnn anybody, go nnd see. Fur. CALL AND SEE THEM dotting Away. M It N M M fc- SCHLENKER-T- he Jewecr "Haven't you forgotten something, sir?" asked tho anxious waiter, as the thrifty guest propared to depart without bestowing a tip. "No, I think not Hero's my hat and hero's my cano I don't think I havo forgotton anything." "But you've forgotten me," said the waiter in exasperation "Not at all," answered tho othor "I saw you standing ther all tho tlmo. Bon solr, garcon; bon solr. Blooming Alone. Tho sweet young thing was being shown about Washington by her cousin, tho noted correspondent. "That is Senator Burton across there," he said, as ho pointed out tho Ohio statesman. "Ho'b tho flower of tho senate, isn't ho?" gurglod tho pretty doar. "Flower!" repeated tho correspondent. "What kind of floworT" "Tho bachelor Burton," she, coyly replied. The Proper Slio. Groceries Meats, etc. sfnTTifr unTri iauc nuicL )j We are requested by M. O. Rankin, Commissioner of Agriculture of Kentucky, to nnnounoo that Famrers' Institute for Fulton County will be held in Hliikntan on Dee. 2 and 3, 1910. The organizer for the Institute will be here abtmt the middle of Noyvki bor, at which time the pros raw will be arranged. Wouldn't It bo n good Me to gtK up something special for this The News, nl Tiplonvllle, m Them has been a tot of cotton h ed out of the county this sek account of the low priava the bui are paying here. Hloktnnn and i loiitille should form a Mutual 8yn. thy League. trade-mars- .. - Visit Dredge Boat. .(1 Col. Walker and a party of friends visited the big U. S. dredge boat, Harrod, Sunday, Which Is laying a few miles above town where she has been working for the past week. This is next to the largest boat of the kind In the world, having a capacity for handling over 4,000 yards of sand per hour. She has nine large boilers, necessitating triple stacks, and Is the only boat on the Mississippi that belches forth three big streams of smoke at one time. The government evidently did not stand back on coat when this boat was constructed. She has steel hull and dcks and the finest machinery every designed for tills work. Her crew of fifty men have been provided with all neoessa- ry comforts such as bath rooms, lights, laundry, ice plant, steam heat, etc. Mr. Fisher, who re sided In Hickman many years, is a moug the crew. The boat left TuoS' day for the lower river. FOR THE SMALL GIRL iui $1 W, J, COOK, Prop. BEST a Day House -I- N3 Western Kentucky FOR BALE: 1 flno milk cow fr "4 Jorsoy male calf; 1 register Hickman merchants had the Mage shorthorn Durham bull, 4 years Oii day 'a basin Sat unlay they hntl 1 pair aged work mules. Terms U C Maddox. aIikm ItM. Although ma? of the suit purahasor. more had entm help, any Number ef ('!; The Federal Ciroull Court emtomera were turned axny This hems, rendered a deeUlou ef Mond.n show Uw effect of keeping Um cotmaking the grandfather clause mix t ton at heme Saturday was the first to the Stale Constitution op day of Um mmm that all Hickman meat Uve at the elvrUon of Nor 8 Ti. cotton came to Hickman marketa. decision wilt mean the dlfranth-rnen- t Keep the good work going of several thousand negroes 1 Corking Good Business Uowaro of substitutes tco that our : ts on your plumbing una tinning Jobs. John Cotton. i "For years," admitted tho old bachelor, "I have mado tho mistake of hiding my light under a bushel." "Yes," rejoined tho young widow, "I have often wondered why you used a bushel for that purpose when n pint cup would havo answered the pur pose." 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 wc arc mnking the special prices below: Its about tlmo for another fire. Let Kennedy write you some insurSky blue zephyr la used for this simple little dress, which has a plastron ance today. front put on with a wrapped soam; the material which is sot to this la Passion, purity and love. A ten- pleated; a band draws tho pleats in at der, touching alory, beautifully told, the waist; the collar and cuffs are Just elaborately staged, presented by prom stitched at the edgo. Hat inent actors In living characters, is bon. of soft straw trimmed with ribthe dramatization of Mary J. Holmes' yards 36 Material required: 8 popular novel, "Tempest and Sun- Inches wide. shine" to be seen at the Lyric on Thursday Nov. 10. Novel Hat Ornament. One of the now midsummer hats Don't forget to renew your sub- seen recently had as trimming a largo scription to tho Courier. The paper butterfly bow of cretonne, with a heavy straw edging and an inner borstops when the time is out no der of gloss Jewels In the predominating color of tho cretonne. The bat Itself was a rough straw In natural I guarantee all plumbing and tin- tint and In tho same weavo as the ning I do. If tho work don't come edging of tho bow. Tho only other uprlght and I can't out-talyou adornment was a draped and folded cretonne scarf and a wido band of we will cheerfully do the Job over Just like any other plumber. Cotton cretonne on the under side. The unusual effect was striking, to say tho Farls Nalfeh made a business trip least, and the hat was a smart di one could desire- to Fulton, Mondny. yiBtrvfwwtJf k I've been skating oa this Ice fairly tired out Clarence You shouldn't be tired. Yoa sat down often eaough, I'm sure. Clara HBtll Vm The Ancient Ad. "We win prmlt no advertUlnx signs Out la the ooean pray." rptnt traJchUnl out hie The old eea Unte And sadly atoU away. A Tip Prom Paps. Ho was poor but proud, and she was tho only daughter of a wealthy tailor. T want you to love and trust mo, dearest," be eald. "Oh," sho replied, "I can love you all right, but papa says you are net to bo trusted." A Model Hired Man. "Missus, do you neod a hired manT" "Well, yes, I'm looking for a man who can do tho chores, sweep, clean the rooms, be polite and never bo im- 2?4 Thimble Skein Wagon, with bed, at. " " " 3x9 " " 3 $50.00 . 52.00 55.00 Can furnish any height wheel preferred, the regular height, 42x52 inch, or the low 40x44 inch or special 37x46 inch. .In the low wheel wc specially recommend the 40x44 height, as they are well proportioned, very strong and durable. Upon investigation you will find these prices from $8 to $12 under most all other makes, and at the same time wc propose to give you a s light running wagon, made of bone-dr- y material throughout. first-clas- FURS JOHN WHITE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Coraraltjlon. Wrlti for price nil menuonlng thll td. AND HIDES 8C0.SSS. TES- tfWf fiJZ?3ri2&! WE GUARANTEE EVERY WAGON right along side any other make for strength, light running, etc. Remember that while we arc making extremely low prices, we propose to give you just as good a wagon as the other fellow is now charging you at least ten dollars more for. Mr. S. L. Dodds. the proprietor, having his own timber and mills, is in position to build wagons for much less than those who arc compelled to go on the open market for their supply of material. Being a large planter, Mr. Dodds uses a great number of wagons, and is in position to know just what style wagon suits the farmer best and is now having wheels made with extra thick tires, deeper felloes, larger hubs and all other parts ironed in proportion. pudent" "Say, missus, youse is lookin' for a husband." Succcoss Magazine. Not Impressed. "My graduating gown will cost an even hundred." "I know of a girl who graduated In gown and thus won a a husband." "I don't wont a husband.' two-dolltwo-doll- Lyric Nov. 10 W. F. MANN presents a dramatization of MARY J. HOLMES famous novel, TEMPEST STTlSTSIHIi: ZLSTE By LEM B. PARKER A beautiful story of Southern life in Kentucky before the war. That Being the Ca "Nico little flat, all right" "Yob, but wo cannot take It John, It is too small." "Seems to me It's plenty large." "Didn't I toll you this morning that hips wore coming In fashion again T" ! Our foreman, Mr. Hertweck, and also our business manager, Mr. Baltzer, has been raised up in the wagon business, having been connected with this plant practically all their lives, and both are thoroughly familiar with the important points of wagon manufacture, and are using their every effort to put out a strictly first-clas- s wagon that will best suit the farmer. As a special inducement we will allow $5.00 for this advertisement when cut from this paper and presented at our office, and accompanied by cash order for wagon during the month of 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, mm T say, wasn't that violin solo The Improvement mag-nlflcent- "Rather. I was Just thinking how lovely It would sound on tho gramo phone." Fllegendo Blatter. II Final Settlement. 4th Season PRICES of Phenomenal Success 25c, 35c and 50c All parties having claims against the estate of T. J. Johnson, doccosed, are "hereby notified to file samo with mo, properly proven as required by law, on or beforo Jan. 1st, 1911, or bo forovor barred. J. It. ANDER- HICKMAN WAGON CO INCORPORATED SON, Admr. Vfc- - j4V