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HiU A BLUE MARK HERE meant that roar nub. oorlptlon has expired ltenew promptly If you want t be paper to come to yon after thli montli "J??!!? OLDEST VOLUME HO. uti PArER IN WESTERN KKNTDOKY of Success. The Courier haa a Spankin' Goad Team. Grease the Rxles "of YouV Wagon, Did Man, and WHOLE LetHUch ho. Up til HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOV. 17, i i 1910. IN H ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1HB1J au:n IILIULUIIU1 LRU3 IN uluiii iiiiiiu r II rip OPERA BOUFFE Everything Guaranteed One Price to All TOLSTOY CONVENT QENERAL WHO THREATENED AMERICANO NOW GUARDED BY Would You Like a Pair of Shoes Built of the World HE HAS DECIDED TO REMAIN IN EXILE. Slater I a Nun Novelist's Wife Plead for Privilege of Sharing His Hardships. Tula, Kussla, Nov. 1G No effort will bo made by his family to Induco Count Tolstoy to abandon his cxllo and return to tho peasant hut ot Yasnaya Pollana, which ho deserted with Uio avowed purpose of sponding tho remainder of his days In solitude. His wishes aro to tho countess, who, howover, has sent a message to her husband Imploring that she bo permitted to Join him and share the hardships which he Is determined to experience. Little by little tbe story of tho author's pilgrimage, to date has become known. In company with his physician, Dr. Makovetsky, he wont from Tula to the ancient cloister of In tho province "ot Kaluda, whore be remained Uio guost of his slater. Marie. Tho latter for manj years has been a nun at the cloister, which was founded GOO years ago. Tolstoy plan to stay one week as tho gueit of his sister, after which he proposes to resume his wanderings' with Dr. Makovotsky. Ills destlna-Uo- n ho refuse to disclose. d bo-cro MEN Get on the right side of the clothes question. Decide to wear the very best clothing that you can afford. IT PAYS. Appearances count count more than most of you believe. And please remember, you UNITED STATES SOLDIERS. ALL QUIET IN Flre-Eeat- er HONDURAS By the Highest Class Shoe Builder Valladarea It Thoroughly Subdued and Offer to Surrender U American Commander Bluejacket Are Landed. !bv bHLV can't buy right appearance except you get INDIVIDUAL TAILORING. It can't be done any other way. When YOU come to see this let US show you what is what in materials. Let us tell you the cost of this, that and the other thing. Let us shov you how bailt. For you suits are the cheapest far the cheapest. Let us do this thing TODAY Washington, Nov. 15. Clewing day of Uio lliUo rorolutloa in Honduras Initialed by On. Jmo Vallad&rus on the lalund of Aumptda aro character-Ite- d by something of no opera bouffo sir. Th valiant general, ho a cck o waa truculently threatening over)-UilnAmerican on tho Island, ha been oblUed to Implore Captain Anderson of llio United 8Ut- - gunboat Yorkton to protect him from bin own people, and Uie naval officer, forget-Uu- r all that baa gong before, baa placed a ituanl of American bluejacket around the bouao of the rebellious rovolutloalaL Valladarea Offered to Surrender. Tbe Information cornea to tho atato department from United State Mlu-UtMcCrecry at Tegucigalpa, tbo llondumn capital, who alio rontlrma Uiu pre reports that Vniladaros baa offered (o aurrondur. l'rwldtmt Da vya tin directed Valltdarv to turn over the command of afTalr at Ama-palto a successor, who will oon arrive. Vallodaroa then wilt loavu tbo country In exile. Tho rebellion now I ended, accord, trig to McCrvory, ISO of Valladarea' follower having laid down tholr arm Saturday. am being Tit cm arm guarded by aallor from tho Gorman warahlp Bremen, tbo eotnniandor of which apparently la acting In harmony with Captain Andeoon. The town of Amapaia, I quint and well protected by tho foreign anJlor. American Sailor Landed. Tho landing of American bluojock-et- a at Amapola wo precipitated by a drunken officer of tbo revolutionary force aboollng a telegrapher In the foot, which led to uch a dlaturbanco a warranted tho American naval com mander In Rending hi men aaboro to protect foreign IntoreaU. g a iaV bw. jH l Htkr SCHMIDT, tlie Tailor RATE When you remember Umt Edwin Clapp Shoos nro morn costly Uinn Just ordinary shoos, there Is HUIo excuse for your danying yourself tho survltw of Hdwln Ckipp Shot. Mr Clapp Is ev.ily world's loader In ' ", th) flue lire of hIhhw. Ulfljip Shoos fit with the Jccellenco Uiat Is thu mark of prfect shoo r INCREASE HALTED Higher Tariffs on Live Stock and on General Merchandise Suspended by Commission. Washington, Nov, 1G. Increases In rates on Uvo stock on the Illinois Central and eight other roads operating In the Mississippi and Missouri river frolght territory were suspended by the interstate commorco commission until March 31 noxL Tho commission also suspended until March 1 next Increases on all kinds and classes of merchandise shipments on sixty-sirailroads operating to and from New Orleans to points between the Ohio rlvor and Jackson and Meridian, Miss. x Wants Big Damages. A $10,000 demago suit has been filed in Union City as a result of injuries receelved In a fight. J. A. Itagsdalo has sued Hardy LIgon, proprietor of tho I.Igon Furnlturo Co., ono of tho largest furniture concerns in West Tennessee, for $10,000 for damages resulting from injuries alleged to havo been received In an attack mado on him by Uio defend-anand Romo Clark. Clark and LIgon wero carried beforo Mayor Coble, who assessed a fine of $G0 each thorn for bcaUng up Mr. Itagsdalo, both parties appealing their cose. A stato warrant was then secured and thoy wero slated to appear beforo Esquire Sacra, but Uiey waived Uio examination trial and Uio caso goes to tho circuit court. Mr Ragsdalo was considerably bruised up being kept awny from his placo of business for several days on account of his injuries. Mr. Ragsdalo is a grocer. Mr. LIgon Is a of J. J. C. Bondurant. d son-in-la- fitting; thai you Thoy huvn style. iiUrtiotlvsreert and that Bwngger air of oufHit tb mtiks you proud to wwir thorn. correct-ho- Come In today and look at Ue innumerable dlfforent Btyh ran choose your nice dress shoes. from which H. E. CTJRLIN THE EXCLUSIVE DEALER OF BABIES ARE BORN APES Ledturer Excite Wrath o7 Chicago Mothers by Making Sensational Statement. Chicago, Nov. 15. If soveral thousand mothers of Chicago could only find J. Howard Mooro, lecturer, ho would be called to do some tall explaining of tho points brought out in a talk in which he asserted that Uio human baby antedates tho savage by soveral thousand years. Tho child is a born apo, Mooro declared. Hence, tho Instinct of Uio baby to cling to everything within reach 1b the Instinct of Uio monkey, said Mooro. EDWIN CLAPP SHOES EAST WEYMOUTH, MASS. NEGRO HELD FOR CRIME Taken to Pro Ununuat Precaution teet Him From Wrath of People In Atbury Park, N. J. One Price to All Everything Guaranteed ini Aabury Park. N. J., Nov. 1G. When Thomas William, a nero, wb arOur 20c coffeo Is a raigned for domination on it murder & Prather. IL UoUersworUa were charge, unuiual precaution years off yet, but It looks Uiu police to protect him. It's two taken by Nearly all of tho member of tho mighty like Wilson or Harmon for town' police force were on duly in President of these United Stales. Uio building. William Is nccued of Messrs. Ilcmlott nnd Thnakpr, proattacking and killing Mary Smith, tho achool girl who hod been prietors of tho Fulton Gnrngo nnd uihulng slnco last Wednesday morn- Anion Co., reeolved two now Wnrron-Detro- it ing, and whoso mutilated body wa nutomobllos yesterday. 'Thoy found In a clump of bushes In tho were shipped by rivar to Illakman ilnnast.ee Wood. and driven Uirough from there. Fulton Ioador. world-beater-try nlno-yenr-ol- Well, tho elecUon is over nnd while some did not get what they w'anted. others did. So do not nurse any sore toes forgot It nnd get busy In doing something for Hickman Thoro nro railroads to be built, water ways to go nftor and Its almost tlmo to get to talking up a street enr Bystem. Over noar Fulton n fnrmor's wifo was groaUy stirred up by the agltn-tlo- n of tho woman's rights question. Ono ovonlng tho old lady was condemning tho men In vory strong tonus nnd expressing horself In favor of woman voting. Tho old man got tired of It. He dropped his paper, pushed back his spectacles and exclaimed: "Mnrendy! Tho men hov mnilo out to govorn this kontry over since Itoblnson Crusoe discovered It, nnd 1 guosa thoy will for n spoil longer, so you koop still." Powvra goes to Congress, Youtsey stai's in tho pen. whllo Biggest Mo., Load Cotton. WILSON SEES LOW PRICES E. IL Nichols, of Caruthersvllle, has laid Hickman's blcscst champion G. B. Evans in tho shado. Nichols hauled at ono load 1C.G00 pounds of seed cotton. Tho wagon framo is 24 foot long, 8 feet wido and 7 foot high. Twolvo mules woro required to draw Uio load to town and a day was consumed In traveling a dlstuuco of C mlld. Mr. Nichols encountered brokon wngon wheels, brokon bridges nnd othor obstacles, causing an expenditure of nearly $100. Cotton was soiling on tho day Mr. Nichols wqnt to town at $4. CO por hundred in Uio need, making his load worth $750. It was ginned, howover, turning out ton bales, nml was sold at 14 cents In n Teddy was ordered to go way back Secretary of Agriculture Says Pres and sit down, nnd ho seems to have sure Will Soon Be Relieved and obeyed orders. Cost of Living Reduced. MURDER BY NEGRO BOYS Two Brother Shoot Mexican Farmer From Ambush In Texa After Kllllno a Chicken. Ono of tho greatest Inducomonts Umt tho nvcrago housswifo has for her husband to come homo to sup-po- r is, Uint sho promises him ham niul eggs, tho ham costs 3G cents a AusUn, Tox., Nov. 1G. Thoro Is pound and tho eggs nnywhoro from much oxeltoment among tho Mexicans two nnd ono half to five cants ench. of tho Manor community, 1G miles The high ' prices of those two artieast of here, over the assassination of cles Is onough to bring any husband Llbuxto Estrada, a wolltodo Moxlcnn to suppor. farmer, by two negro boys. Tho lioya had Bhot ono of Estroda'B ehlckons and ho chased them off of bin place. Lator, whllo ho was going along tho road, tho boys Iny In ambush and shot him. Tho boys aro brothers, named Jordan. Thoy wero brought hero nnd placed In Jail. It boa boon protty woll sottlod Washington, Nov. 16. James Wll Umt Unolo Joo Cannon will not bo son, secretary of agriculture, agrees ' with Charles W. Armour, the Kansas Speaker. City meat packer, In the belief that Snow In Now York on election day lower prices for meat food may pre Is ono of tho reasons assigned for vail In this country soon. Secretary tho Republicans bolng snowed undor. Wilson Bald: "Wo havo had bumpor crops, and Tho corn crop of Uils country for moat prices should come down; that this yonr promises to bo a record Is, if no combino is formed among brcakor. Tho latost reports sliow an tho dcolors. My views 'apply to all acroago of 1H.OS3.000 with a ylold In kinds of mcaL" excess of 3,000,000,000 bushols. Tho largest previous ylold of corn was TWO LIVES LOST IN FIRE that of 190G, wlion It nmounteil to 2,027,410,000. Tho smnllost corn crop Mysterious Chicago Explosion Kills Men, Wrecks Building and Does Uio lint. ylold of recont years was In 1901, $50,000 Damage. amounting to l,r.22,ni9,S30 bushols. Chicago, Nov. 16. Two unldonUfled men wero burned to death In a flro and explosion which wrecked a dry goods store at 3234 West Twenty-sixtstreet Tho bodies wore burned to a crisp. An oxploslon which broke windows for a block nround preceded tho flro Tho ownors wero unable to explain II. The loss is $50,000. mys-lorlo- Open Mite Boxes. GREAT WESTERN QUALITY GLOVES Are adapted for all kinds of work requiring superior wearing qunlitiest Only the best grade of Selected Leather and strongest quality of Irish Linen Waxed Thread are used. ASK FOR THEM Because you want to get your full money's worth WEAR THEM Because they will outwear any other giove made When greasy or soiled can be washed with soap and warm water and will dry soft and pliable. . Fear Lynching of Negro, Augusta, da., Nov. 1G. William Murray, tho negro who killed Theo-dor- o Mitchell, n young whlto man, was captured. Tho pollco aro expecting trouble and aro making hasty preparations to prevent a lynching. St. tauts Kopubllc Friday Bays: Tho etoamer Mississippi, bolonglng to tho Mlswlaslppl river commlBHlon arrived yesterday evening to tako out tho commission on Its semiannual tour of Inspection, Tho coniraU-elo- n will moot Monday morning at 10 o'clock, niul will start down Uio river about 10:30. Thoy passed this city yesterday morning at 7 o'clock at tho rato of 15 mllca tin hour. Millet & Alexander Tho uiombors of tho .Tuvenllo Missionary Society of tho M.'b. Church, with soveral Invited guosts, met with Mrs. Maggie Randlo at the home of Mrs. J. E. Fuqiin, Saturday aiteruooii, for Uio purpose of opening tho mite boxes. Tho contents of these boxes wero counted by Daltaer Dodds nnd Packers Ready for Dissolution. Chicago. Nov. 1G. Tho packing in. Ireno Thompson, and a nice sum tercsts havo comploted arrangements reallzod. Itook was played and as for dissolution of tho National Pack- sorted candles served during the ing company, should pending litiga- games, aftor which refreshments of tion bo decided against them. fruit gelatlno nnd cakos, were sorved. In addition to the members present. thoro wero as gueste. Misses Helen Tho Clara Bolchor Co., ono of tho IMco, Annie Loo Ilrown and Lexlo best repertoire companies that bus Iltco and Itandlo Luton, of Fulton. ovory visited this city, is billed to opon a roturn ongagomont at tho It Is well that Tresldint Tnlf Ih- Lyric Thanksgiving night Nov. 24, sttod his ThnnkBglvIng proclamation 25, 2C. Thoy raado quite a reputaboforo tho election, for he has ver tion for UicmsolvcB lioro last year llttlo slnco tho election to give whon thoy presented "Tho Heart of thanks for, axcopt that this is not Presidential year. An Indian." feTmiHttii ' II ih " hum ifctt,fawa .,i&ciE-afr- ';! "I l ll'.J- - gswa HXTo-HXTq-v yM&s$$ ""-- mmmm CZOME of the new fabrics in overcoats this season are rff.orfitfja nVfl j III! u Prices Pliotos guujj gqiortcr y? vwwwwwww w ww w w w MaaiiiiitiiiiiaiiiniHBi (Duv Mrs. It. Otasor Is on tho sick list. Tho hunting season opened Tuesday. Miss Mnymo Nnylor was a Union City visitor today. Y We' have decided to reduce the price from 5c each to 2 for 5c ori our local photo postcardviews. This does not mean to "close out" old stock, but'applies to NEW cards which are being added to the assortment daily. We are making an endeavor to get good views of all the streets, residences and every point of 'interest in and around Hickman , and you will find something new every time you come. Before our line lis complete, we will have several hundred new pictures, and some of them will be of special interestjto YOU, These cards have always sold at 5c each, here and elsewhere, and our price will' certainly appeal to those'who are acquainted with this grade of work. Watch our post card window. lots of good colorings and lively v patterns among them. Now photo local Vlows, two for Holm & Ellison. f WANTKD: 20 bushels Nuts. Percy Jones. 4. at Hart Schaffner & Marx have done unusually well for us in this respect ; their fabrics are certainly the most beautiful you ever saw; look at them here; new ideas in model and style. of Hickory Horso Blankets and lap It'obes Hlokman Harness Co. Hickman Harness Co. for Horso Blankets and Lap Robes. Dr. J. W. Nnylor, of Cayce, was In town on business yesterday. HELM & ELLISON St Thanksgiving Menu, Hickman lnd was nakAn ed to writo out what he considered a good bill of fare for Thanksgiving, and hero It is: Furst Corso: Mlnco Pie. Sckond Corso: Pumpkin Pie and Terkey. Third Corso: Lornon Pie, Terkey. Cranberries, Custard Pie, Apple, Mlno PIo, Chocolate Cake, Ice Cream and Plum Pudding. Desert: Pie. di Association Meets. The County Association of school teaohors of Fulton County, met at Lodgton school house last Saturday, with a number of teachers in at tendanco. An Interesting program was arranged and carried out, and In the afternoon Arbor day was observed and several trees were planted around tho school grounds. The Association will meot at Roper school house on next Saturday, Nov. 10, and all teachers who can aro requested to bo presont, Mtee Dora Smith, County Superintendent, le devoting quite a good doal of her time to making these meetings both Interesting and Instructive. It. T. Douglas, of Memphis, attond-ethe funerel of H. II. Green. d Tho banks will bo olosed nil of tho day noxt Thursday Thanksgiving. Mrs. II. J. Gelger has been visiting Memphis friends for sevornl days, Mrs. J. II. Housley loft for Nasli vllle this morning to spond a few days. i r,.nM llrt tktM ft Mm Don Naylor has nccoptcd n position with H. E. Curlln for Saturdays until Jan. 1st. Sheriff Johnson, Circuit Clark Morris and Jailor Noonon attended court In Fulton this week. Miss Erllno Reed, of Fulton, will arrlvo tomorrow to bo tho guest of Miss Maymo Naylor. , Lon has chargo of tho Neckwear, Sweater and Caps. Somo now things nil tho time II. E. CURLIN. Tiwolvo more laborers white, negroes and dagoes arrived hero to work on tho now railroad. yos-tcrdo- Overcoats $18 to $25 Suits $20 to $25 Overcoats $5.00 to $18.00 A great line, embracing every desirable style and fabric. Dress, medium and long length. We can save you money on our overcoats; try us. Boys Overcoats $3.50 to $10.00 Killed Himself. Oris Worst, age 18 yenre, son of, Joo Worst, of near PotttrtHe, Grave county, was accidentally killed while hunting on Beelfoot take. He was crossing a stream of water on a tog holding a shot gun In one hand. The gun was accidentally discharged and tho contents struck him In Uie head almost tearing It off. He died y Royal Arch Masons. Deputy Sheriff Hob Goalder arrested Sherman Douglas, a negro, at Sassafras Rldgo yesterday and landed him in Jail. Douglas shot a negro woman In tho heal and than attempted to burn her houso, on D. I). Wilson's place, according to the chargo. In turn he was shot In tho arm with a shotgun by the negro woman's boy. and wo understand he will loso the arm. Dr. II. E. Prathor and H. E. Curlln enjoyed a bird hunt with Kent birds Harpor Wednesday. Forty-twwore bagged by tho trio. o Wosloy Turnor, Jailor of Breathitt county, was killed on olectlon night by "Bad Jako" Noble on tho streotB of Jackson, Ky. Noble escaped. Tho members of tho Hickman Bap- SMITH & AMBERG ss S222tWW In tist Church aro urgently requosted to meot at the Church Sunday Nor 20th, at 11 a. m., to transact Important business. TO MAKE ROOM, we are offering a large quantity of nice clean cot ton seed at only 50c a bushel, sacked. This Is your chance get busy. Farmers Gin & Grain Co. Mrs. Roy McKlnnoy, of Paducoh, formerly of Hickman, was elected recording secretary of the U. D. C. at tho Gonoral Convention of tho Daughters In Little Rock, Ark., last week. Memory of Bennett All Uoyal Arch Masons of Hickman Hickman is to hayo anothor town aro requested to meet at the Mason lot auction solo, and lnoldently anIc Hall Monday night, Nov. 21, at other now addition. Tills will bo In 7:30 o'clock. Important business. Do West Hickman, and being protected not fall to attend. by tho now lovec, should provo a good Investment If bought at anyprlco. This JIubort Hortweck Is visiting his thing llko a reasonable will make tho fifth addition to Hickgrandparents, O. Hertweck, and wife. man oponed in the past year, and all The Ladles Baptist Missionary So- of them aro building up In nlcoshapo. ciety will moot with Mrs. H. McMul-lln- , Besides these, C. B. Bond has oponand most Friday, Nov. 23, .nstead of the ed a business 24 th. of theso lots havo been Bold. sub-divisi- IfcM5R WfBOHj: Win re W11 ia-i- Hirvr nplrlU dwell, t our children thorn. When rlHjtn life' twilight boll. the years that roll be-- and Lee Langford. The death nngol has vtsltoed our home and left us In utter sorrow In tho nfternoon of Sept. 12. Bin nett was called from us nnd his dar loved ones and on the 13th of tto mmo week, our little Lee was called to walk with Bennett on tho other shore. It Is and for ono to be called away, but for two In such a short time Words cannot explain our ' sorrow. Bennett was n good Christian boy He and has been from childhood. professed fulth In Christ at the age of 1G and has lived a steadfast Christian ltfo since. Ho honored his parents nnd loved his brothers and sisters. Ho was n good husband and father and nlways oaino with n cheerful buiIIo nnd kind words to nil. Oh. how wo mlsA thoso million nnd bright faco. But wo shall boo them again when our feet touch tho windd- of thnt henvonly shore. We shall know our children and many friends who havo gono on boforo. Why should wo weep for our loved ones when they aro sleeping In Jesus' nrms and through with troubles and sorrows of this world, yot It Is snd to part with two children In sucli a short time. Loo was so young only A years and loved to go to school whore he took such nn Intorost in his books. Ho. oboyed his father and njothor and was a good child In overy respect. God needed ono more nngol child amidst his shimmering band and so ho bent with loving smllo and elnspod our darling's hand. Oh, If thoy only speak thoy would say, "Weep not father and mother and loved ones wo aro sleeping In Jesus." Bunnett would say, "Cnro for my loving wlfo nnd children nnd bring them up In tho fear of God to meet their father In Hoavon." Wo know not why wo grlovo for our loved ones when wo know tholr norrows and troubles of tills llfb Is ovor nnd thoy nro enjoying tho sweet comforts of hcavon where tho faithful novor part, yot - iHSV And throuRh , WKl r fytSENT tween. 0 ; ; ; ; MMMMM0WUftlMlrt" AMBERG'S ' : . Jim Stono and Miss Maudo Paschal! were tho participating parties In a beautiful home wedding Monday night at tho homo of tho brldo In West Fulton. Dr. Simmons, a well known and prominent prlslclan, of Dukedom, and Mrs. Ella Burton, a tolophono opera-tpr- , of Dukedom, wore married Sunday by Esq. Paris, at the homo of tho bride. MIsa Graco Sullivan, toacher at Walnut Grovo In tho uppor bottom, has boon compollcd to resign her school on account of HI health. As yet tho district has not bceon able to procure a teacher. ?H FLAYS. wrth fin E5TABLISEQ $TAo fv VfZZ BtIhr iHimy n grief nnd tear. Tlielr prwtenoo in that home of light Make nmveti netu more near. The golden gated were opened wide, A KHtl rolee said "Cotiio" And nHjMn from the outlier Mdi Welcomed our loved ones homo. Father and Mother. Teams Wanted. Wanted 50 teams at $3 a day for drag scraper work on Railroad. Apply to C. T. Bon : ' ; ; ; Favorite Molasses The season for the new crop Sugar House Molasses is now drawing near at hand, and for the many, many calls for Ambcrg's Favorite brand of molasses the'past month, I know nearly everybody is about ready 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 Ambcrg'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 scon 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, Ambcrg'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, from 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 me before making your purchases, 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 the lard over any other brand. and it saves you Soliciting your patronage, respectfully, Am-ber- g well-kow- n Self-Risinone-third : : : : durant, Hickman, or W. L. Wosby, on the work below town. ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ffip : : : : : : 3 Cflf3!r mmnv. Self Gets Route. Jos. M. Self, residing near town, won out lit competition with 18 other appllrnntH for carrier on rural routo No. 2. taking tho place of II. I) Langford, deceased. His Bubstltutti Is Lowls Langrord. who has boon carrying the rnnll on tills routo slnco tho death of Mr. . ; : ; ; : : I: : : : : : : : : T. A. Stark, of tho St. Louis Fur. has purchased tho W. K. Re!-- , noy residenco proporty on Troy avo., prlco $800. Mrs. Stark will Join her husband about tho ICth of Decombor nnd tho couplo will innko Hickman their pormanont homo. Co., ; ; ; : : ; : : : ; ; . ; ; ; ; : : : ; : : : : : : : : Mrs. A. L. Martin, at Fulton, announces tho engagement, nnd approaching mnrriago of hor daughtor, Miss Eunlco Meacham, to Felix Bright, of Naslivlllo. Tho wedding will bo solomnlzed Wednes day evening, Nov. 30, langford. Lyric, Nov, 24-25-- 26, Resolutions Bright sunshine beamed on every side And bird notos filled tho nlr. clasped tho tiny hands In mine, And kissed tho dainty feet, For, oh, his coming mado tho world Seem fifty times more sweet. Ho went nwny whon all tho world, Tho sad old world wns baro; Tho autumn leaves began to fall, Cool breezes filled tho nlr. I Of Respect, i : : : : : : : : : : : Just two years nnd ono week aftor ho killed Senator Carmack, In Nashville, Robin Coopor was acquitted of Uio murder. Ono year ago, Cooper was found guilty; yostordny ho wan found not guilty. Tho verdict was no surprlso to those acquainted with tho facts In tho caso. Our hearts nro vory sad ovor tho lass of our lielovcd Sov. Annlo Gray. This Is tho first death wo havo had In tho Clrclo nnd wo feel It dcoply. Aa Sovereigns of tho Craft nnd friends of the dear ones loft behind wo wish to express our hcartfolt sympathy. Annlo was a truo nnd dovoted mom- bor of our Grovo, over ready with a word of oncouragoment to cheer us. : : . : : :MMWMM4JMHrjg J. L. AMBERG D. F. M. Schas, president of tho Continental Savings Bank of Mom- phis, committed Suicldo Friday morn A peaceful smllo played round his ing nnd that night tho bank was lips placed In tho hands of a recolvor. Wo extend our thanks to tho W. His spirit know no fcai-on doposlt Wo miss them at home, wo miss batik has Tho nut, oh, his going mndo.tho world O. W. team for nsslstlnir us In Uio them everywhere, and it is thought tho depositors will burial, also to tho qunrtctto for tho Seom fifty times moro drear. Ho camo to mo when all tho world bo paid In full. Schaa was hoavlly singing. CommlUoo, I know thnt up beyond tho stars, Tho hnppy world was fair, Indebted to tho bank. u , -, fj- - 1 J To Get Better Lights, Auction Sale of Lots, T. F. Fry, of tho Investors Realty' of Virginia, has just closed a deal for a largo lot of laud In West 4 iiicKman anu win lmmemtciv gut ready to nuctlon off Is lots on Dec.J 1st. Ho purchased Uio Honry Sanger property which adjoins tho Ellison A..1.tln n.l nil . tUU .... 1.1 1UUSL j UIIUUIU JWUIUUli UJlli UJ1 UL 41. '"t .. n li. uonu h ju(imon. t it.. ix. oi . Tho deal for both of Uieso prop;r Uos was inado through G. 13. Ilond. Mr. Fry says all of this property will bo sold on Dec. 1st, and Uio peo-tilri Virltt UUIU Vl iHiWUft. i!W VV1I tnnlrn 1.UU tmlnnn yH Co., Heating Stoves them. INCOtn'OUATI!!) Tho Hoard of Aldormon, at Monday night's session, accepted a proposi- .We are Overloaded on some nice OAK HEATERS and will make a special price on these to move HICKMAN HARDWARE CO. In last week's paper we quoted price on Wagons at $60.00 and $62.50, should be H. Hdw. Co. $62.50 and $65.00. Hickman Dank. Work on Levee Begins Next Week The levee subscriptions mld to The West Hickman Uvw Hoard decided to eo nhwcid with the date are a follows: luilldlns; 6f Uio now levee In West H. C. Darrett. lllukiiinn. and limy oxpect to begin to, BMke the dirt fly by tho middle A. D. rounds, C. of, the coming week. Wright, ,$5. Manibal J. Some few of the subsortboni to 15. IU Ellison. $10. Oik fund have fallal to pay, but Hulllvan Hros.. $6, enough tnoniiy'lw boon collected to Helm & Ellison. $10. warrant their beginning At ono. W. K. Caldwell, $5. The Hoard Jmw Immii In correspond J. A. Cotton & Co,, $5. ineo vslth eonlrnqtoro ami mod all Uradloy & Parhnm, $15. preliminary arrangements axoept getN&lfeh Bros., $1C. ting the O. K. of Uie government , J. T. Stephens, $25. Ureo supervisor. Thin, Uioy expect Illokman Conoroto Co., $20. todny. or as won n he onu to Hickman Ind. Tol Co., $10. ln lortltoO. lllckinan Kurnlturo Co., $36. The N., G. & St. 1. people hnvo k. n. iujovoh, $:g. Blen Uiu Hoard noUoe Hint the)' are 1L O. Holm. $12.60. ready to bcsjii tholr part of the work. Hickman Tin & Plumbing Co., $10. They will put their big slwim shovl Dr. J. M. Hubbard, $10. on the job and mnktf ttielr fill with C. 11. Mooro, $S. dirt from alow; tho bluff along the Fanners Ola & drain Co., $26. trnoks nbovo town. A. 8. Uarkctt, $10. Dr. B. M. Crutchflold, $S. Tlio wlscocro, who shook hi head Mrs. Bollo Case, $1C. nmt Mid tho leveo would never bo A. K. Konnody, $10. built, will hnvo hln hnnd oalled In Ford Borcndes, $5. nhort order, The lire wires of llfok-maare tuaklng the old town Ret a I'orcy Jonos, $5. B. A. Uonott, $20. hump on horwslf. Folks who can't A. J. Wright, $5. Bland progns nad Just a well beC. A. Holcombo, $1J)0. gin to paok tip nnd start for tho toll K. A. Hammond, $20j tlmtmr. Tho boet'rB art either goO. I). Moonoy, $10. ing to inako or break Uio municipal-ItO. N. Holm. $20. wo'JI bot a dollar to a hole and Cue Threlkold, $6. In a doughnut that wo cotno under J W. Itonoy, $20. In pood tlnm Uio wire hft . Hickman Hank, $50. M. Harkey, $30. Dr. L. P. llalUor, $6. J. 11. Konc, $5. Tom Ulllon, $26. J no. Ktstnor, $10. l J. Frenx. 20, 11. Glasor, $C. W. A. Dodds, $50. Goaldor Johnson, $20. J. C. 11. Travis, $10. l. tti Smith & Amborg, $(0. M. 11. Shaw, $100. U Q. Sttlilenker. $S0. Mange! Hox Co., $XJ00 CowsIII'h Drug Store, $1S, Peoples Dank. Curl In, $C0. W. A. Dodds, $60. J. Q. Adams, $16. I U. Mothony, $10. W. 13. Alien, $20. 11. K. a llaltzer A DoilUs, $0. a II. Hackolt, $20. itlohmond & lioud, $1,080. Standard Oil Co., $20. , Johnson, $226. ' ' W. 11. F. Gabby, $60. M. Ulaokford, $E. Dr. Hickman la o& Coal Co., $W. O. II. Powell, JIB. 8. Drlvar, $M. a a ' tion inado by Manager Dillon of tho Hickman Ico & Coal Co., for tho purpose of glvlug Hickman more and better strcot lights. Hickman's present system has beon n sour co of dissatisfaction for a number of yoars; In substance Inadequate for n town of this size. Tho Courier suggostod somo Improvement nlong tills lino years ago, but tho light company nnd council nllko woro handicapped for various good reasonH nnd the matter could not bo arranged. Hut Managor Dillon worked quietly along on tho problora, and his plans, when presented, wero readily accepted by tho city dads as a solution, and our hats nro off to both. Tho Hickman Ico & Coal Co. has an Iron-clacontract to funrlsh tho scrvlco wo are getting at prosont jio bettor, no worse but unlike Uio average corporation, they have offered to give us better light, even though nt n much greater cost to fJiom. The system Is known an "Tungsten Series Street Lighting Systom." This system will give to tho city flvo times the light wo got nt prosent, but will cost us no moro. Tho only coat that will fall on tho cltlrens is putting up one-haof tho cost of Installing, or $600. While Uio light company jiaas shoulStude-bak- er dered $500 of tho expense, they cannot possibly roallze any moro rovo-nuand this act stamps their motives as being strlcUy In Uie Interest of Uio town. The Tungston System Is rapidly growing in popularity all ovor Uio country, and la taking Uio placo of the old arc light systom. Covington, Tenn , la n nearby town thnt Is Uiua lighted. Work on Installing the new light system will begin at onco, ns contracts for material will be let next TTTVYTVVTVT1 Monday. Mr. Dillon assures us that From the Fulton Goiu.lv Capitol the now lights will bo In operation not later than Uio 16th ot Docotnbor. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJLAAAAAA Ilosldos contracUng for now material, tho company will also buy a jiow County Court. 76 kilowatt direct connected gdnnr- The November term of the County Conrt wn Imld at tb Court House Hominy. settle-The following fiduciary menta were filed and ordorcd lay ;?; over thirty la)s for exceptions: II. N. Sent, administrator of Uie oetato of MVr. Sent. Mrs. Knte Morris, for Knt-anArthur Morris. ,The will of II. N. Nichols was filed nnd probated and ordered recorded, ns wn aleo the will of Mrs. Jennie M. Wilson. "W. P. Kelts, J. C. Lawson, J. C Itbiier, n. K." Kolley, K. C Cnrttr. Vf. C. Johnson, nnd J. It. Anderson wbro niipotnted Supervisors of the tax books of Kulton county and are to moot nt the Court House In Illckmnn on January 1st. GHpcrfa was appointed llrowder ovorsoar of Uie 7th section of the State I.I ne and Dresden road. I toy McNeil wns nllowed $26.76 for rtxul work, nnd Chas. Wilson was allowed $10 JO for repairing road. lf e, d if t.L' 4 1 Old Citizen Dead. Henry Harmon Green, ono of Uio oldest and most highly respected cit izens of Hickman, passed Into tho Groat Doyond, Monday evening at 7:16, after several months' Illness. Ills death occurred at Memphis, wlioro ho wans taken flvo weeks ago to recolvo treaUnent at tho White Hall Infirmary. Tho causo of his demise was cancor of the bladder. TUio remains wero brought to Hickman, Tuesday afternoon for burial. Funoral services woro conducted at tho family rosldcnco by Itov. W. G. Stockton, and Uio remains wero Interred In tho City Cemetery at Uireo o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Green Is woll known to most of our readers. Ho led a quiet, and pcacoful llfo; ho was a men of strong personality, good habits, a kind faUi-e- r, an appreciated neighbor and cl Izon. Ho was a Confederate soldier nnd n member of the Masonic Mg". Deceased was born In Lynchburg. Tonn., 71 years ago, and has resided In Hickman ,for the past twenty-thre- o years. Professionally, ho was a railroad man, having served tho N. C. & St. L. as conductor and in oUi- er capacities for nearly, thirty years. Ho retired from this service about soven years ago. Mr. Green is survived by Uireo children, Ira, Miss Mario and Miss. Homer. Also four sisters, Mrs. Lute Sims, ot Sholbyvlllo, Tonn., Mrs. Jo-sl- e Matlow and Mrs. Georgia Venn-bio- , of Wlnchostor. Ky., Mrs. Mildred Wnmack, of Nashville, and a brother T. P. Greon, of Sholbyvllle. Tho Courier Joins the "many friends of tho boronved ones In cstendlng condolonco. " The Best Yet. Friday night will bo given Uie clU zona of Hickman tho opportunity of witnessing ono of tho best entertain menta over produced by local talent Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Bassett Wlllard, who aro both woll known here as haMng produced "Cnpt. Dick," "Tlio MysUc Midgets" and "The Slngln Skulo Beglnmont," will present their new anC original musical comedy, "Eth'op'a," using moro than 75 of our most prominent peoplo In the cast "EUi'opfa" Is being given for tho bonoflt of Uio local chapter, V D C nnd bids fair to bo far above Uio average homo talent play. Tho cast Is bolng trained by Mr O. A. Parkor, of ClnclnnaU, who Is holding rehearsals day . and night. Tho lack of spaco forbids tho men-Uo- n of all thoso taking part but Mr. Iarkor sayB that ho has novor had a moro talonted cast, nor ono that has responded 'so quickly to tho training. Seats aro on salo at U:o Illckmnn Drug Co., and It's best to remembor that tlio Opera Houso only holds a limited number of seats, so If you want to bo ouiv of seeing and honrliiK. hotter securo your seats early and thus avoid having to stand up or take a back seat. Itomcmbar the dato: At tho Lyric, Friday, Nov. 18th. n Klllhon IlroH.. $300. K. M. Provow, $125. Farmers & Merchants Mlllot & Aloxander, $S. W. K. Kdmonds, $20. J. P. Loggate, $10. Hgury Sanger, $260. H. M. Islor, $10. Dank. Circuit Court liudson Ijscy vs. Itona Laoy. Suit for divorce. J. W. Itonoy, gunnllan, vs. Katie Jonas. Suit for snlo ot land. i Young Men's Clothes must be made lo order by jlivc them an air of originality anil distinctiveness without making them "freakish." comcteiit tailors who can Mrs. Jeeslo Dillon, (leo. Moaohnm, $10. $10. CLARA BELCHER COMPANY To Please the People. Ki MASTER TA U) RS f! I B. &MiMi USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS Dorena Notes. TAKE NOTICE... Owing lo the fact that some of our customers arc dila. tory in paying their Water and Liehts Accounts, which arc 10th due and payable at our office ON OR BEFORE THE the rule of each month, we wish to announce that in the future to the governing this branch of our business will be enforced on Main street letter. Our Collector will make collections will call only, between the 1st and lOlh of each month, and does not exbut one time for this account. Failure to see you living empt you from the penalty of being cut off. Parlies to cither send in the outskirts of the city will please arrange banks or money, or make arrangements w,ith one of the ; ; ' ' : : ', check to pay their accounts. ; ; ; Don't think that you will bo the favored one as wo will enforce the rule regardless of exceptions. : : : : ': ; Coal Co. Hickman Ice Incorporated J. T. DILLON, Manager ; mjMMMMiMMlJ'MllUMMMMrfil 8orvlce nt Locust drove Sntuidny night nnd Sunday by HOv. Ihuy Ilunils Klolds was on Uio sick list last week. It. V. Jones, of Clinton, spoilt last Wednesday night with J. O King Ksqulro Tniikorsloy Is hnlnp a fine building orecled near his old homestead In Dorona. Kilfcnbeth PlckoU visited hor aunt Mrs rnnnlo King, Saturday and Sun day. Mrs. llurso Doss and daughter vis i Itcd In Hickman Saturday. Thursday morning the Iist angel entered tlio home of Mr nnd Mrs A L. McDado and took from Uiom tholr llttlo bnlio, Pauline, ngod throe years. Death was caused by croup. Tho remains woro burled ni Hush Creek, on Friday, Nov. 11. The sympaUiy of their many friends Is extended Uiom. Ireno Ileddlck nnd Mrs. Lynn wore shopping In IUckninn Saturday. Tdiurmnn Pickett has boon on the sick list for several wooks. Myrtle Mnddox. of Gum Wood Valley, wont to Hickman Saturday. Mrs. Tom McClano will leave In ft fow days for Cairo wlioro sho will visit hor moUior, Mrs. Dob Parks. di-at- nro showing over twenty young men's exclusive co.it and overcoat models this season. They incorporate in the clothes ail the qualities that are vital to . young men s clothes. The prices nrc ex ceptionally reasonable,. Wc have their agency. Real Estate Transfers. B E. R. ELLISON F. C. Carr to Y. A. Mllnor, CD land, $42G3.43. J. T. l'liimmor to Ed Parmor. lota a 17 and 218 In East Hickman. $400. ator next Monday, which will materJ. O. Hampton ot al to W. L. ially lmprovo tholr service. Hampton, Interest In land, $1S00. The Illckmnn Ico & Coal Co. Is Mnvr E. Hampton to W. L Hamp now one of Uio beat equipped and ton. Intorost In land, purchaser to most ably managed concerns of tho pay to Mrs. Hampton $300.00 every kind In the state, but If it becomes yeai of her natural llfo. necvssarj to Increase their eftluulty D. n. Wilson to Ellen Horron, ioi to keep puce with the rapid growth lu Gourloys Addition. $175. of lllckiiinn, Mr. Dillon will bo on T. V. Mooro to J. W. Allen, lot in the Job with b'ojji footi Kulton, $1004.60. J. A. Cotton to Stevo Stnhr. house nnd lot In Old Illckmnn. tOM. Tho Clara Belcher Co., ono ot tho best reporlolrc companies thnt has ovory visited this city. Is billed to W. A. Dodds Is building a lumber opon a rotum ongagemont at tho shed north of the rnllroad. Lyric Thanksgiving night Nov. 24, "Toll Us Pretty Ladies," which 25, 20. Thoy tnndo qulto a rcputa-tjo- n year wilt bo rondored by a half dozon lafor themsolvoB horo last to bo whon thoy presented "Tho Heart of dles and gentlemen Is going the hits of "Eth'opla," ono ot An Indian." Yours Clara Belcher. While Miss neither Is scarcely out of her ticns hfr entire hie has bwn spent In the studj of dr.im.itlc art Miss nelcber'B slago career began, wo may say, at birth, as her parents woro both In tho profession, and by her through careful training fathor, W. M. noJoher, nnd by her natural talent and lovo of tho profession, Is au ostiibllshod star. Hor strong personality and exceptionally clover work Is always euro to win favor with tho audlonce. Aside from hor clovor work ns an nctross, hor singing and dancing specialties aro a ferturo. irr mmvm'm WiyJ " mihwhh iim- i n ni ' - "', mw ASKKWt'?- 9" " r - fit n JLJ Ellison Bros Whon I said that I oxpcctcd now to savo $G.0O on every barrel of flour wo use horcaftor, I meant Just what I said. And If. you uso tho high grado baking powdors In making biscuits you'll find It costs you Just about that much for every barrel of flour you uso. Hut If you uso buttermilk you get off a llttlo cheaper, about ?2 to $3 a barrol. Hut you FLOUIt, for you SAVE ALL THIS I1V USING LIGHTNING SELF-IUSINdon't havo to use any 11AKING POWDER, BUTTERMILK, SALT OR SO-Donly Just the Flour, Lard and Water. The first lot wo got wont out fast and from all 1 can hoar ovorybody Is as much tickled over It ns I am, for the bulscults aro simply doliclous. Wo nro looking for more In now ovory day. Dettor lot us sond you a sack. Only 95 cents nnd If you'ro not satisfied after buying It sond 1 back nnd It wont cost you a cent. 1 I ROUND ABOUT ! -- THE STATEMOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL OF KENTUCKY PARTS 1 f GOVERNOR'S CONFERENCE. This They Will Meet In Frankfort Month The Speaker. Lots of now tilings In this week. ER FIGS nnd FIGS for cooking. FIGS In packngos, LAY. SEEDED RAISINS In PACKAGES, LONDON LAYERS SHELLED RAISINS. CLEANED CURRANTS. NEW CITRON. ORANGE PEEL ami LEMON PEEL. nnd also PACKAGE DATES, WALNUT STUFFED DATES and PECAN STUF FED DATES. , Now nuts of nil kinds. SOFT SHELL ALMONDS AND FILBERTS, BRAZIL NUTS, ENGLISH WALNUTS, EXTRA JUMIIO TEXAS PECANS AND SOFT SHELL HOME PECANS. CHESTNUTS. NEW MINCE MEAT IN PACKAGES AND JARS. PLU.M E" STRAWBERRY PRESERVES, BLACKDEimY PRESERVES, PRESERVES, &C, &C. FISH FLAKES. CORNED CODFISH and HADDOCK. NEW ASPARAGUS' TIPS, APPLE AND PEACH BUTTER. DOMINO CUT LOAF AND POWDERED SUGAR. In the Coroals wo got In fresh this week,, POSTUM CEREAL, "Q" ROLLED OATS. PUFFED WHEAT. PUFFED RICE, GRAPE NUTS, "QUAKER ROLLED OATS, BUCKWHEAT AND PANCAKE FLOURS, CREAM OF WHEAT POST TOASTIES NEW GRITS, TOASTED RICE FLAKES, NEW PEARL HOMINY, NEW FLAKE HOMINY. DRIED APPLES; APPLES, PEACHES AND APRICOTS. GENUINE NEW CROP NEW ORLEANS OPEN SES now horo. Tho good old fashioned kind. NEW DILL PICKLES. SARATOGA CHIPS, SARDINES In bulk, ROLL I1ERRNIG SHORT CUT MACARONI. MALAGO GRAPES, GRAPE FRUIT, FLORIDA ORANGES. COCOANUTS and tho finest ontlng apples you ever tasted. S, On Nov. 20th tho govFrankfort ernors' conference will convene hare Considerable Intorost contors about the pcrsonnol of the meeting, especially among tho new governors-elect- , DIx of New York, Wilson of Now Jersey, Harmon of Ohio, and Hoopor of Tmnessec attracting attention. Gov Harmon was already on tho program. Mr Wilson was also on the program for an addrc) to the governors, this being unconditional on lib election as goernor. He wns invltod to co-nwhether bo was elected or not and accepted the Invitation to make an address Fow changes In the 'program for tho govcrnoro' conference will bo made by the elections, and It Is probablo that tho men who havo been solecled as speakers will contlnuo on the program, although this has not been finally determined Tho program has not beon made public oa yet, but It Was slated by Gov WUlson that Mr. Dlx and Mr. Wilson would bo speakers. It Is probablo that a largo majority of the governors who attend the conference will be Damocrnls. although lome few Republicans will come. Guv. WUlson sai a thore aro some Republican governors left and lhro will bo lorao In Kentucky for the conference Out the majority, probably will bo Democrats, as moit of tho southern states will be represented. o two-third- SK for nn INTERNATIONAL Overcoat with the Presto Collar and get something striking nnd This collar has TWO distinct It is uses, as shown in above cut. very nobby, and as the overcoat is made to your measure, you may be certain of getting something unusually up-to-dat- e. fine. There's lots of beautiful fabrics to pick from at prices sure to all-woo- l, please. Millet & Alexander Phono CI about your Insurance. rTrTTrT aflfei STOVES-- SL Heard On the Streets J. J. C. Bondurnnt bos been on the sick ILL Only 37 more shopping daya before Christmas. For good groceries and prosipt phono Homo 38. w--f sor-vlc- o, KETTLE MILKERS MOLAS- ' , DECISIONS FROM APPEALS. Louis Fur. Co. 4 In bulk. Penalty In Dond Case Declared Too Tclcphoiio No. and grocoricj. for better meats Mo Ellison Bros. Clayton Hems. Henry Barnes, of Missouri, visited his father and mother last week. POH Lee Ellison Odd Masonic Lodge. Spring in Tree-To- p. , Miss Nannlo Taylor returned last Head Mountain at Lako Memphroma-gogCanada, says tho Masonic Bui week from Dresden whero she has tin. Here, In a great ravine, nt an been visiting for several weeks. elevation of 2,480 feet above tho Icv- A. E. Caldwell and family, O. D. ol of tho lake, situated duo east and Colo and family, Mrs. Flolds and son west and Burrounnded by masslvo and Judge Caldwell spent three days rocks that afford perfect seclusion. on the Lake last week. All report Is a lodgo that seems as If hown a good time. by tho hand of naturo for tho uso Harry Cloar, Marshal Kirk and O. to which It Is put. T. Owens spent last week on tho Tho rocks offor suitable watch Lake. towers from which sontlnola can easily obsorvo tho approach1 of eavesA. E. Caldwell and G. W. Don noil will open a storo at Clayton Dec. 1. droppers should any by rare chance pass that way. i Cotton wagons aro thjck going to In such a spot as this with only Union City on account of tho prlco tho bluo dome of heaven ovorhoad being so low at Hickman. and the impenetrable walls on both A. E. Caldwell Is building a fine sides, Mneons of today Imltato the habit of their ancient breatbron, who, barn on his homo place. tradition says, mot In such places to Green Is moving to his farm perform the ceromonles of tho craft. at Clayton. Bllllo Colo has moved to Tho spot Is not easy of access. E. Rogers' place. E. L. King and Tho ascent Is difficult and at all wlfo will leave Clayton Dec. 1. times hazardous, though at dangerous A. E. Caldwell and son attended points, whenever a meeting of tho church at Reelfoot Sunday. brethren occurs, ropes aro stretched for the climbers. Tho only natural lodgo room in At tho Vincent graveyard, about C the world Is on tho summit of Owl's miles west of hero, there stands on tho top of a hill, ono of tho most peculiar beech trees that over graced tho forest. This trco Is about fifteen inches In diameter ami has n well shaped holldw tunik. About 1& feet from the ground, there is a hole In tho trunk about an inch In diameter, and from this holo thero Is flowing u constant small stream of puro clear 'water which runs down tho sldo of tho trco to tho ground and off down tho hill. This phenomenal spring trco wb witnessed by at least ono hundred pcoplo last Sunday who wero attending a funeral service there. No ono seems to know how long this trco has been giving forth this stream; and tho Btrango part of It Is, tho trco stands on top of tho hill. Clarkton (Mo) Courier. The Union City Commercial saya: Tho Obion Valley Land and Invest ment Company is the stylo of n company that has recently filed artlcUs of Incorporation asking for a charter. This concern is headed by local men and .will have a capital stock of $100,-00Tho Incorporators aro George Dahnks, J. A. Coble, J. I'. Verhlne, II. B. Horner and Avory Coblo. Tho company proposes to do a general 'real estate and Investment business. buying land nnd selling for others, as well as dealing In laud on their own account. Tho cpmpany already owns sovernl valuable tracts of land nnd has options on others, and soon as tho charter Is received expects to go right to work. They will also buy land near town nnd subdlvldo It, selling It In town Idts. Frankfort The court of appoals the case of the Chesapeake ft. Ohio railway against Wallaco Borders, from Lawrence county. Borders wan iwardcd 11.000 damages In the lower :ourt for injuries rocolved while get ting on tho steps of a passongcr car, the sudden lorklng nf tho train throwing him to the ground. In the case or D. B. Fortney against tho commonwealth, from Rockcastlo county, the court holds. In reversing tho judgment, that the object In permitting ball bonds to be given Is to l, Insuro tho prisoner will appear and Is not to enrich tho treasury Fortney was bondsman for a. man who failod to appear, but Fortney had him hunted up and brought In by tho next term of court Tho court lays tho circuit judgo abused his discretion In requiring Fortney to pay the 1300 bond after he had gone to the expenso of hunting up tho missing man and turning him over to tho Jailer. Tho opinion cays that I0 Is as much as Fortney should pay, if for"-tria- Joe Everly. of Dirk, Monday on business. was hare spent Joe Cnntlllon and days lost week on tho Like. scr-ear- l Frank von Hordes nnd. Irrln Brevard spent Sandfly on the take. , lu no insurance at all unless Its the best Kennedy offers only strong eel companies. Tho Hickman Courier Md Weekly Tho best values you over saw In Horse Blankets and Lap Robes. At Commercial Appeal, Vol mm year for 11.35. Oet tfeea ew. Hlokmau Harness Co. Commercial-Appeal- , St. Louie Post MUs Llsale Strong, of Pndnetih. Is Dispatch and Saturday Evening Post the iruot of MUs Dora Smith. Sho was formerly n resident of this olty. delivered at your door. Bade aUm4 LaClede Hotel. Mins Hllun Anderson returned to Ira Green arrived horo Sunday Covington. Tann.. 8atunlay after a from Portland, Mo leaving on Uie visit to Mrs. Alice Amberg and other d ufternooit train for Memphis to friends. tho bedside of Ida father, H. Mr. Donhain, of Portland, Me.. II. O rutin. put In ttw MutiHel Box Co.' derrick MUs Louise Cannon, who Is visitlost year, onine Imak here this week to upend sovernl day on Reelfoot ing Mis Bonnie Carpenter, wa the honoreo of n Rook party given SatLake. urday afternoon by Ml as Marie BreIn tho past ninety daya the eoffee vard. Thero were thruo tables nnd market has been very active and tho game much enjoyed. A salad prices generally have advanced over course and tea. wore served. Rod. the level of the paM few years sev- white nnd pink roses, filled with caneral cents per pound. The current dy, were presented the guesta as fasmall crop and unfavorable outlook vors. The gUHSts Were Misses Canfor the growing crop, coupled with non. Edna Cnrpentnr, Mayma Nnylor, the present world's requlremoutri. In- Ruth Klllson. Myrtle Walker. IMtlrt dicate that the upward moveinont has DeBow, Louise Atwood. Dottle Dabeen Justified by legitimate vidson, Irene Farls, Frnnkyo Reld and Mrs. A. K. Kennedy. - MAY PR08ECUTE CLAIM. j Court of Appeals Hands Down Decision Favorable to Kentucky Firm. Sct This unusual lodgo room has been Ghildrcns School Shoes, mado to hold that romping boy, at Bradley & In uso for half a century. Goldoi Rule Lodgo No. G, of Stnnstead, Quo-berarham's. Prices right. was in lS.r7 granted a dispensa i Wo sometimes treat strangors moro tion to open nnd hold a lodgo onco politely and courteously than wo do In ovory year on this mountain top, our dear ones who glvo tholr lives tho first meeting being held July 21, for us. "Company mannors, table-wnr- o 1857. and linen" aro perhaps not necessary all tho time, but what Is good Our 25c coffeo Is equal to any you for strangers Is good for our "loved ever bought at 35 to 40c Bolters- ones at homo." Frankfort. A decision of tho United State court of appeal, given at Montgomery, Ala., entitles tho Parsons-Willis Lumber Co. of Kentucky to prosecute Its claim of 113,222 against tho bankrupt estate, the Conecuh Pino Lumber and Manufacturing Co. of Montgomery. Tho claim grow out of a contract which tho bankrupt firm hod with tho Kentucky concern to deliver 3,000,000 foot of lumber nt Elmore, Ala. Tho bankrupt court at Montgomery denied the claim on tho fbcory that tho contract for delivery at Klmoro constituted the doing of business in Alabama, whereas tho Kentucky corporation had not complied with tho stato laws admitting forolgn corporations to business. Tho court of appeals opinion lfl a comploto reversal of tho lower court's finding, It being held that tho contract did not constitute tho doing of business. Louisville. Hearing a shof from tho bedroom of her home, Mm. Edward Stephens, wlfo of Edward Stophons, ran Into tho bedan room nnd found her husband lying on tho floor with a bullet wound In his left breast Examination showed that the bullet had cntorcd tho loft breast and, pawing through tho body, came out below the left shoulder blade. His wife said It was accidental. PSave XT TJ Those Dimes In a Watch Dime Bank C X3NT HOLDS 0DX1VX33S 3 Z V) JSL If The Peoples Bankl X tn tn e, a O CO i H to O worth & Prather. Tho W. F. M. Society of tho M. E. Church will observe their annual week of prayer, beginning Monday, Nov. 21, at 3 p. in. Places of meeting and leaders nro as follows: On Monday with Mrs. "W. A. Johnston, leader Miss Dora Smith; Tuesday with Mrs. S. M. Hubbard, leader Mrs. Allco Amberg; Wednesday with Mrs. J. M. Hubbard, leader Mrs. A. M. DeBow; Friday, with Mrs. A. M. DeBow, leader Mrs. G. V. Wilson; Saturday with Mrs. O. W. "Wilson, leader, Mrs. J. A. Thompson. Interesting and Instructive programs will 'be given each afternoon. Ladles of the church nro urecd to attend ah visitors will recclvo a hearty wolcomi A. M. TYLER Attorncy-at-Law Bransfleld. As a result of a family quarrel Lewis Bates, 18, was slain, and his father is Auffcrlng a dangerous A mooting of tho citizens was held wound in tho head by a hatchet at tho at tho general offico of tho railway bands of the formor. company on Wednesday night to fiDespondent becnuso ho has been forced o Burrender his 18 years old brldo, Thomas Gasklns, 75 yoars of nge, n woalthy plantor, stabbed himself with a pocket knlfo at his homo near Dresden, Tcnn., Inflicting sov ernl wounds, which will probably tormlnato fatally. Ho eloped with tho girl, both riding tho samo mule, but her father pursued thorn nnd took tho girl away from him before thoy roachod h"bmo. k nnd Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. HloltTyinii, Ky. Office with Judge B. T. Davis nally dispose of tho question of bringing tho St. Louis ft Missouri Southern Railroad to this city which la now an assured thing. Tho citizens showed a disposition to meet the conx pany In its demands and at this meeting 2,800 was subscribed and tho balanco will bo forthcoming In a i; fow days. Now Madrid Record. Havo prices for Thanksgiving cut flowers. Your orders will be given prompt attention. Miss Frankyo Reld A Most Attractive Device for Old and Young. The Size and Shape of a Watch. Operi"a Savings Account paying 3 compound interest and get one free. CALL AND SEE IT L -- J u ,T -- H'C770V iwllon of hpnturkjr in Kulton roiinty will tell ou tliul w print uuirn locnl newiIII limn Dili i,jr other wtixr "j1 FOLKS !jiii'..ti. rt)W mJVLTji LIV1M0 I THE HieKMftN COURIER. The Courier haa a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the Rxles a! Your Wagon, A BLUE MARK HERE menrn tbftt yoor bus expired Renew promptly if you wmit the pape t to corny to yon at tor thlg month advertising is the Team that Pulls the Commnicial Wagon up tho Hill at Success. VOLUMU fil ho. OUDKBT rAPBB IN WT.BTKRN IKNTOOXY Old Man, and Let'sJp 1HI qH anmm ao HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOV. SPECIMEN 17, 1910. nrmarmr WHOLE NO. SOSIl IK THE TEAR EBTABLIBHED A NEW AHTTjtl.. .... UJSE- - rv - i m: r. v a . & 'jjy rm rT I jkmw Efc Jt lBfcrfWwK 9 ". - ij - - -- , - . - " 'Tiwtt .a- i3- - - six. . -- inlH TfiArli VOMlM t rr Qtiorvr PC. rr .rnr IP w 4w &!KU:fiTlKiniiilH i . amm. 1 jr jv - tr. mm itkB t 11 W.w l mv ' inv HnEMrm wrt il. i .1 in ir i ih jw"i. . .1 ih - rcrwteauir-i;-ii?'.,HHJICJLL- " hi TBL J.Ajpr &JT OTly JTJtjI Wr.luW; iM IJOl, mImb i Hal r J'fien .Iffl'Vi ffikwiP 'J Negro Sues Gily. Judge Bats 'Em Out. a Coats Coats Coats of Caracul, coats of Fancy Coats of everJy description--coat- s Mixtures, colts ;of Kersey, coats of Gray611" Prices greatest stock of coats ever sliown in Hickman. range from $5.00 to $25.00. II Iluslncss was good In Judgo Item-UyA iu.lt a HtUe out of the ordinary court Monday. Our police force was filed Saturday npnlwl the CKjr of Hickman by a ngro moohhI llran-for- had evidently boon right after the violators of olty ordinance, aa eviby bl attorney. 1'. 8. Moore denced by tho following: week Stock Marshal Hit in by I). Mttnor, breach of pence, flnodu took up a stray cow ruunliiR at largo within tho olty limit. Tho cow wits I11.D0. DolUo Drown, saulcC fined $11. 60. kept two weeks, adVurUsed and old. Illll Murphy, sanio, fined $11.60. About tho tlino of tho ml. 8. K. Jlaroos. residing In tho neighborhood Paid. of Clayton, claimed tho cow aa hta Jno. Methony, name, fined $11.60. Paid. property. Afur tho oosU woro Doss Montgomery, violating local from tho sale price ($18.00). tho balance, amounting to $0, wm option law, fined $50. On bond. A. J. Fllppln, breach of peace, finturned otor to Mr. Name, ho bln watlaflcd with this proceedure. The ed $11.60.' In Jail. Will Haul, violating local option settlement had hardly boon made Uio negro mentioned abovo law, fined $C0. In jail. when Iitit week, Ed Plorwi was fined comes alow; and swears tho cow waa hla proporty and brought ault $11,50 on a chargo of broach of the peace. ngalnst tho city for $M. It ! hardly necosaary to call at- Iloth men aworo Uioy owned the to tho fact that Judgo Item- cow. Tho city only had ono In the toutlon set- ley makes tho way of' tho transgrosB. MUd but thoy nro up against a hard. The country would bo bot tlement for two. Iloforo Uto matter or off If tho circuit Judges and Jur- somebody tor la sotUed It U llkoly that loa would follow Judgo Kemley's wll bo hhort ono cow and somebody and corao down on Uio crlnx wilt bo out Uio prlco pf one. Inals a lltUo harder. Jat V. ' Childrens' Coats and Capes fancy mixtures, in all the popular materials and styles. Plain cloths and ' trimmed to meet every fancy. Prices from $2.00 to $10.00. Ladies' Suits good Nowhere in Hickman will you find such styles as we show. All extra character of values in fabric, in variety, in workmanship, and in the unusual 11 disappointed. the styles. Start here looking for a suit and you not be Prices from $10.00 to $30.00. The Leaders in STYLISH MILLINERY lo to havo'a long crop of swoot potatoes; at least wo aro load to bo- 11070 as much from tho sr.mple no Itobert Bchaffer, colored, wanted has on display at this office. in Paducoh upon a charge of murder iK,tato Is 18 Inches In lougth, 7 Inch Intho first degroo. was arrested at. es In olrcumforonco and Bound as a Fulton Tuesday, by Officer Huddles-ton- dollar. Spoakins of Uio agricultural A chance remark dropped by possibilities of Fulton county tho 8chaffer led to ila arreat Tho sus- half haa novor yet boon told. pect had n rlatol whon taken Into custwly and ho wns held on a chargo Tl.n Vlnntntlnn MIllBtrol SCOIIO In of carrying concealed wonpons. Af Uio negro "EUi'opla" Is Boliig to bo a very tak somo ter that ho was tho man who on ing feature na It roprosonia tno ultMonday morning shot Honry Chorry. imo negro musical enlorUtlnmont as ,. .W. .. ... v n nogro roustnbout on tho Stoamor i l .ni'usn tn tli ii narly days and Is John h. Yowry. Ho claimed that at void of tlw obJecUoimbio reaiuros ui n.n tlmo of tho shooUns Chorry was the many present day attompta at advancing upon him with nn open thlss class of ontortalnmcnt. knlfo and Uiat ho was forced to shoot or Jump Into tho rlvor. Ho drow hit In a modern I have tBOO Invested tho bullot Kun nnd fired at Chorry, lung and house In Cairo. Has fine bath, lave-tortaking effect In Uo lattor's at aa. hot and cold water, rentsa .caiMlns his dcaUt Wednesday $20 a month. Will trade for for Hlvorsldo Hospital. i,mall farm and pay balance In cash. h p. o. Box 510,' Cairo, mo. The COUIUBr. for the news. Wanted For Murder. A. K. McConuoll, of routo 4, iie SMITH & AMBERG MM Our Millinery Stock larger than all others Combined. tamm mmmmmmm w Work Progressing. C. T. Uondurant got In 4 iPrice House! MRS. I. D. PRICE Owner and Iniinor. $1.00 For 0Dvy t t Regular meals will be served Cr.ri;il weeklv rates. Her old patrons and friends are cordially Invited to again make this their headquarters a bunch of negroes Saturday from St. Louis 21 to work on tho now railroad Hickman and the state line. Ho oxpecta to got In 100 moro this Is certainly scarco In week. this sccUon and tho average cinJumps at tho ohanco to pay ployor n a T.ntnn wns ovor from un- - their faro from St. Louis to HickA. t.. piv- - m. imslnosa Friday. t,.nD. nllf man to got Uiom. This Is especially (a wants to know wny wo uon i uut ..w truo In Mr. IJondurant's enso since cotton at homo. Just got muro "... ho lias a railroad contract on his bewo can handlo, frlond. handB which must bo completed , 101L fore January .. i,..... m a n. foreman, nt wnntimr conditions for tho past fav- and Cnvco Geo. .Karris, Supervisor month hav? boon pxcoptlonally -pasaeo H.......1. lilo oroblo for Uio grading or tno nu Engineer Tnyior city Friday onrouto to No. 9 l.ako road. Tho big forco of men now employed aro putting In all possible to spend a wook. comptoted tlmo, and work Is being In Uio low lands, as fast as posslblo submorgeed "Toll Ua Protly Ladles," which which wlU likely bo by n half dozen . will bo rendered como. bo when tho fall rains and gontlomen Is going to six miles bolow town, Is Uio Slough, ono of tho hlU of "Eth'opla." colscat point at which Uio work may bo soon. Mr. Uondurant Is to be congrat- ulated upon tho way ho Is pushing tho work. With a fow moro wcoiw of nice wenlhor nnd sufficient labor tho dirt work will bo comploted right on tlmo. PILES! PILES l Mrs. Mary A. Powell has moved to Hickman. She occupies tho Mrs. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will euro blind, bleeding nnd Itching plies. D. F. Shaw residence on Troy ave. Tf nlisnrhc. hn tumors allaVS Itching at once, acts as a poulUce, gives In wunams- - vue uinuauuw Tho Hickman Fur. Co. will sur stant roller, for Piles and Itching of Is prepared prise you In tho matter of low prices tho prlvato parts. Sold by Hickman and good goods. Don't take our word Drug Co., BOc and $1. Williams Mfg. Co., Props., Cloveland Ohio. but come and boo for yoursolf. m. """" W. F. McKolby, of Dyer, Tonn., will locnto In Hickman In a short Umo. This goutlomnn has boon In tho clothing and gents furnishing business in Dyer for sovoral years, and will engogo in thp same business horo. Ho expects to movo his fam ily to Hickman as soon as ho can find a vacant houso or build ono. "Cuddlo Up a Little Closer," with Uio seven ages of Cuddling, will bo ono of tho dainty numbers of "Eth- - HICKMAN A nAKNC3 the Handles Everything in way of w. 0 Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars; Received Hno Lino of Horse Hlonkcts nnd Lop Robes Jusl buy from If you want to get your money's worth 'behind all use the best of leather and stand me. I over goods that I make. It will pay you to look Immy stock before you buy. Harness and Shoe Give me a call. pairing a specialty. taSS" A. J. WRIGHT, Mgr. 'opla." JW. yjjHttk iimtdij laa..jJ iV !'Ai- - rrn AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA W5S fM Wwk ssWij d'NiisW rTTTVTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTV ' ELECTION RESULTS. Overwhelming victories In tho tm portant doubtful states carried wltt thorn tho control ot tho houso of rep con rcsontativos In tho gross by a majority that may rangi anywhere from 45 to 60. Flguroi golni show enough Democratic throughout tho country to leave n doubt ot tho power ot tho present minority to organtxe the next housi with a big margin to spare. Carroll, Republican, is electod gov ernor of Iowa by a small margin, in stead of Porter, Democrat, whose vlo lory was prematurely announced. Tho general dissatisfaction over tht tariff law did not servo materially tc rcduco the customary Republican plu rallty in Wisconsin, P. E. McOovori was elected governor by a plurality of about 30.000. Among tho United States senatori who suroly wcro retired by tho recent election are John Kern of Now Jersey Chauncoy M Depew of Now York. Al bert J. Hoverldgo of Indiana and El mcr J. Qurkett of Nobraska. The In cumbents possibly retired In favor ol Domocrats nro Henry Cabot Lodge ol Massachusetts and Charles Dick ol Sixty-second 3UJKL? 'letters. We guarantee they are genuine and honest ments of facts. Pa. "FIvo years ngo I hail ft latl fall, and hurt myself inunnllj. I was under a doctor's care for nine Mhen I stopped I jjrew orcc again. I sent for a bottle of lijdia I'. IMiuMiam'ri YoKetnlilo Compound, took it as directed, and now I am a stout, licarty voniaii." Mrs. Ulln H Aikey, Crcsson, Pa. Baird, AVasli. "A year ago I wns siek with kidney and Tiladdcr troubles and female- weakness. The doctors pave me tip. All they could do was to just lctmogo as easily as poieiM. Crcssoii, - furnish positive proof that it has made many remarkable cures after all other means had failed. Women who are suffering with some form of female illness should consider this. As such evidence read these two unsolicited testimonial state- Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? We can or fJnl' 111 Tho annual conrontlon of the National Woman's Christian Tomperasce Lon King is a new Courier reader. P. M. Proow, of Troy, spoilt Fri- Union oponed in Ilaltimoro with as addross by President Lillian M. N. day with his sons in Hickman. Stovcns. Cashier Reed spent Sunday with A monument erected by the fedhis parents at Fulton. Mrs. Maggie Handle left Sunday for Paducah to lslt friends and at- eral government over tho gravo of 8j INCORPORATED J. S. Williams left for Clinton, Gen. James Shields at Carrollton. Mo, Tuesday, after spending a few days tend the Memphis District Conference waR unvcllod In the presence ot a distinguished gathering with Hickman relatives. Sow on your buttons for the PiccaCursing Americans as brutes and ninnies will surely burst thorn off pigs, a largo crowd of Mexican rufSupt. J. II. Peebles and Irvin when thoy sing tho "Yama Yama fians stormed tho American consulate Payne, chief clerk of the N. C. & St. Will Go on Road, Man," in 'Eth'opla." Features in Eth'opia, at Cludad Porflrlo Diaz, Mexico, across Real Estate Bargains, L., were hero Tuesday on business. tho Rio Grando lrora Eaglo Pass, Tex. Claude Brown and wife returned Thoy stoned windows and doors first Miss Kate Conley, who has bom Monday from Oklahoma, tho land of and then Jno. A. Cotton, Uie well known tinThere Is mid to be more Interest the guest of her brother, Capt. Lee promiso, to Fulton county, to reside entered thobattnred down doors and Uelow I quoto somo of the best building, breaking all the ner and plumber, and manager of J Ing and entertaining features In " Campbell and other Hickman friends, They will make tholr homo with bargains ever offered In Fulton coun-y- . and destroying government his furniture A. Cotton & Co., will leau about the the entertainment which the left Tuesday for hor homo in Mound mother, Mrs. Jno. Drown, near town. records. Ky and Oblou county, Tenn., City, Ills. Mall advices received at Hongkong 15th of December to acoopt n posi- U I). C. are going to present at the lauds: Rov. and Mrs. O. W.- - Wilson left from Lelnchou. in Kwang-Sprovlnco, tion as traveling salesman for the Lyrle Friday iilslit, Nov. 18. than S. L. Campbell was over from Cay-c- Tuesday for Paducah to attond U10 report that rioters have burned and Standard Stamping Co., of St. Louts. one would IhmkJm could be eruw liNo. 1. One farm of 103 acres, Saturday. Ho says he will try Methodist District Conference. It is demolished numorous buildings thcro, ed Into om entertainment. A beauti- rulls from Hickman lit Obion count). raising 15 acres of cotton noxt yonr, vory likely that Rev. Wilson will be including tho American Presbyterian Ho will clthor movo his family to ful dramatic picture of sunny Hide of Tenn. 100 aorus cleared, all level, church, hospital and college and pro- Union City or SL Louis, depending a Southern Plantation home. Light clear of trees and stumps, thoroughly and many of his neighbors will turn returned to this chargo; appoint tho corn and wheat fields Into cot- ments will not bo given out until ceeded to Tsol Yuen Po, intending to npon tho territory assigned lilni by comody characters and situations with tiled; 2 good barns, good rs- slay the missionaries. Tho gentry, his company. ton fields. next Monday. otiariulng local color. The dainty Idoiico, and all other necessary Imhowever, assisted the latter to escape provements. Price $02.60 per aero. in boats to Canton. Tho plumbing and tinning estab- number's furnished by tho "Vhritura from Memphis." "Cuddle Up a IJt-tl- o No. 2. Ono farm of 250 acres about Fifteen officers and directors of the lishment which ho runs in this ally. Closer" showing the seven agis 135 cleared, 7 good tuuaut Imperial Window Glass company will continue to do business at the houses, pleaded nollo contendere before Judge old stand. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID It will bo in charge or of cuddling, by sevoral )oung ladlee all enclosed now wire fenco. Nearly FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES James S. Young in tho United States Jas. Wolsefor and Miss Ella UusliarL and gentlemen Tho pretty lantern all Ulcd, lot of good aiorchantablo Wool on Commission. Writ for price district court at Pittsburg, Pa., to,a the latter looking after tho office drill, by ton little girls. Tho funny timber on land not cleared. Price is violation of the Sherman anti-trunit mentioning this ad. sons, "Yruna Yama Man" by Uio ten $C0 per aero. This placo Is 2H miles act and each was fined $500. At the work. Established 1837 piccaninnies. An old time plantation from Hickman In lower JOHN WHITE & CO. bottom. same time a fine of $2,500 was Immany friends of Mr. nnd Mrs. minstrel sccno. Introducing the old Tho No. 3. Ono farm of C2 acres posed upon the corporation Itself with three Cotton will bo sorry to learn that negro song nixl tho new. "Tell Us miles costs. below Hickman, neat Tho high cost of living does not they aro making arrangements to Pretty Ladloa" tho society song nnd houso, about 12 acres cleared and lot nppear to have diminished savings, ac- leavu Hickman. drill. Nora and Nolf, tho "Goody : ui kpou umoor on uncleared land. cording to figures complied in the Goody Girls." Tho negro mammy. A : Prico $fi0 per aero. treasury department, Deposits in the Qfj3 largo chorus of mixed voices and : No. 4. Ono farm of 170 acrco, flvo 1,759 oavings banks during the year ' ' 'tM.""' XTTTTiTTTigg others all for a puro, clean, long Will Winters has accponted a : THE increased to moro than $4,000,000,000. laugh and an ovonlng of frolic and innca irom mckinan on tho Dyers. with Jones Cafo. burg road about 100 acres cleared, a Tho averago depositor's account was fun. : $445 22, Just $24.77 above the average O. 11. Hond, of tho American uoui uo acres level, balanco hill. This of tho year beforo. The total of the : Is nlco improved fnrm, good house, Co., caino up from Memphis, Tues 2 deposfts has swelled $857,000,000 dur: good barns, nlco orchard, free delivday. ing tho year. Cotton, the plumber. Phone C5 : ery and telephone Prico $20 per For threo hours a mob of several Jerry, son of Alox. Ramos and wife : This can bo mado a flno stock hundred men and boys of the lower J. 11. Anderson returned Tuosday quite sick, but is able to : farm. class, Incited by tho inflammatory has been from a business trip to Cairo. : spoeches ot students, paraded the bo up again. No, 5. Ono farm of 200 acres, sit : streets of Guadalajara, Mexico. The Cypress Shingles, $1 a thousand nt(iHes from Hickman on Dyorsbunr Don't fall to aeo tho Into shapos in ; demonstration was in Imitation ot & Kirk Shlnglo Co. liutH at Rradley & Pnrhnm'H. nilll.--Ya- tcs road, about half cleared, balanco in : rioters In Mexico City in a manifesta- men's timber, good houso and barn, good Just In; prices from $2.50 to $3. against Americans. tion Havo a largo supply of Narcissus orchard; well Improved. Tho striking drlvors and helpers ot Prico $20 00 Misses Virginia Prutlior and Mabol bulbs on hand. Miss Frankyo Rold. por ncro. tho flvo transcontinental express com: Wilson and Guy Halo nnd Clnrenco panies In New York decldod to return I havo sovoral other farms listed are most important elements in a household's ; Tho Embroidery Club Will t to work under tho terms of an agree- Rood attended tho danco In Fulton also somo WcbI Hickman houses and ; with Mrs. W S. Ellison Friday af- cleanliness and health. It is extremely requiment signed by their representatives Friday night. lota which Is going to bo lovled soon. ; tonioon at 2:30. at a conference with executive officers I also havo about 3000 ncros of land site therefore that the plumbing should be of tho express companloa In the office Tho prottloat lino of ladles and 3 to 4 miles above Hickman in upper of Mayor Gaynor strictly sanitary. And they should look nice mens umlirollas In Hickman, $l.r0 to bottom .This land overflows but proCount Hon! do Castollane filed with duces moro than any land In Fulton Don't Blame the Hen $7 no, nt Uradloy & Parham's. the Vatican a formal petition asking and cleanly too. We are putting in enameled county; sovoral cleared farms. Prictho pope to confirm his civil divorce Thirteen whlto laborers arrived es $8 to $1G por aero. sinks and tubs in many houses in place of the and grunt blm a church divorce from hero from St Louis Tuosday morning Count Donl, It it bla formor wife When you get Bad Egqs for tlicy Call on or address m6 at Hickman. old, unattractive ones. Why cannot we do so to work for C. T. Dondurnnt on tho Ky. said, Is suing for the hand of Miss Were Good when she laid them now railroad. Anno Morgan, daughter of J. Pierpoat for you ? B. Q. HALE. Morgan. You can Examine Insurance A. E. Konnedy, tho insurance man, Companies and you can Canlias moved bis offlco upstairs over Thoro will uo no services at tho R. J. Long, of Missouri, is visitdle Eggs, but after al! isn't Urovard's storo. You aro invited to Mothodlst Church noxt Sunday oxropt ing his daughter, Mrs. Robt. McKeen, it best to demand the kind call and sea him. Phono Gl. Sunday School. near town. of insurance that you know i Jno. Creed Is buying considerable is good all of the time ? Mr. and Mrs. Whltosldea. of Talc- Both Phones J. II. Provow is building a flvo-roo73 corn on tho local market. Tho prico quali, Okla., aro tho proud parento or rcsldonco for Miss Mcna paid thus far lias been $2. Ho has a flno bnby girl, which arrived last south of tho negro school shipped 10 cars during tho pant ton week, Mrs. Whlteeldes waa formerly building. days. Mlsa Lulu Carpenter, of this city. friends to take. I was adlscd byItlood Purlllcr. Lydia 2?.Plnkham's Yepotablo Compound and I am completely cured of my ills, and I am nearly sixty 3 ears old." aire. Sarah Ijoisliton, Baird, "Wash. Evidence like the above is abundant showing that the derangemcDts of the female organism which breed all kinds of miserable feelings and which ordinary practice docs not cure, are the very disorders that give way to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Women who are afflicted with similar troubles, after reading two such letters as the above, should be encouraged to try this wonderfully helpful remedy. For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable. Compound has been the standard remedy for female ills. No siek woman does justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and has thousands 01 cures to its credit. women 9B" Mrs. Pinkhani invites all hickShe lias to write her for advice. guided t "Msandfl to health frco of charge. Address 2Irs. PlukLani, Lynn, Mass. Ohio. JoHn A Dlx, Democrat, was electee governor ot New York by a pluralltj Henry L. Stlmsoa of about C8.000. for whom Col. Roosevelt stumped tht state, was knifed In tho upstato dis- Congressman Eugcno N. Foes was elected Governor of Massachusetts bj a plurality over Oov. Drapor ot about for carried, Ohio by close to 100,000 Michigan elected Chaso 8. Osboro of Sault Ste. Mario governor by about 50,000 plurality. Too remainder ol tho state had even more comfortable mat gins. Indiana went Democratic by a docl slve majority, and not only was th entire stato ticket elected, but th legislature will bo Democratic by a decisive vote on Joint ballot. GENERAL NEWS. 28.000. Oov. Harmon, candidate tricts. Are You Spruced Up I For Thanksgiving This is the store to come to if you'r of a mind to fix up a bit for the approach ing holiday. Whether it's a suit, overcoat or haberdashery, we can fill your wants in a way that will give you the greatest satisfaction, not only in the points of price and value but in style and good wearing qualities. SUITS AND OVERCOATS K ; s j $15.00, $18.00, $20,00, $22.50 And particularly fine values at gg p SO-O- O You will find a complete stock of the season's best offerings, in th new Kmwm and fancey mixtures. They nre pure wool fabrics that csn be depended upon for satisfactory wear and are pleasing in style. The tailoring is high grade. HF j! RAI T7CD S jl TfTfZ r n rr 1 "Mtli-"ojila- u e, S FURS I , I I I AND HIDES MMtMMM(yi)rtiiiiHiini)nfttHij &wt Kitchen Sink and Tubs IlH-O- Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. Jo. V m Dies-telbriii- Soils Tlxvt Kind '"s-sssssessass- """, R. T. TYLER .vOo -,In Fulton county will tall ou llmt o print liiorx locnt nrmi tlmu ny oilier lmperlii till , FOLKS NOW L1VIHO trotlou of koiiturky I THE HieKMAN COURIER. Wagon up the Hill of Success The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the RxIbs of Your Wagon, no. SECTION A BLUE MARK HERE means tbnt your bin expired Itenew promptly t you paper to coma want the to you utter this month ndvBTllalnr) is the Txam that PuIIb the Commercial voi.umc OI.DI'.BT PAFHR IN Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE NO. WESTERN nt ao George, I I KENTUCKY HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOV. 17, can't believe thit anj "I I.iinw," he niiifimiUHl. 1910. ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR aoill IHMr ; IMOttllltttHIH IM'K-- H I TRUXTON KIN6 l Story of ..Craajtan. By GEORGE BAR!? M'CUTCIIEON T X CupjrlgKl, CtfritH. IWJ, by Crni Bur HcCalcKten IJCJ. by Dtdi. Mttd T Cempnt 4 T X 444-HH- - w! i "What ha oil t'jtn r t n your plan to cowipoV "Nothing nt all. Tho point I'm lr) Ins to Eft at Ik tbbr Don't you think It's pretty rough nu n lion) to ave lb? girl for ou.tj other follow to M up od marry V "I th'nk I liegln to see." sho Mhl, a touch of pink coming lam hr ebevka. "That ciirwim(Pi;." h Mid, star Ins gloomily at tho fHl ho had tmt aside. "You oro quite wire you prow-ic- l Vo-- i lingo that ytiu'd marry IiUm?" "No. I did not promhm him that I'd marry him. "You mIJ you hail itromland" "You did not alUw mo tlmo to On- lih. I meant to my that I ImnI promised to let hi m know In a day et two. That la all. Mr. King." Thorn wna a suspicious tremor In her votoa -What' thatr bo dew dd "You you don't Mwwti to Miy tlta- l- Oh, Lord, I wonder I wvwtor If 1 have n II chance Just n gliot f a leaned very rhxto, Inrrrdnloua, faach tutted. "What U It that u art going r w" to let him know-j- o "That wa tho quoatloH I waa when the brigand caught me," alio answered. "Of counts ho li lu your own claim." aid Truxton glumly. Eho hoaltntrd an Instant. "Mr. IClttp. baa no one told you my name wlm I mmT' aho oakr-d- . "You arc tho priueo'a aunt. Thnt'a aM I know." "No mow bU aunt In reality than Jack Tullta U hla uncle." "Who are you, then?" "1 am Jack TulllV sister, a New Yorker bred and horn, and I live no! ttoro than two hlocka from your- "llo ktarvd at her lu stieochlew niwtzc-ar- at you ore not a "Then-th- en duchcaa or aM ho began again. "Not at all a very lAln New Yorker," aho said, laughing aloud. "You are not disappointed, nro you? IXmv H apoll your romance to" "SdoII Itl DlMUtmlntctlt N"! 1T '. - himr 6y tertnlsi coinlctlon that before The whole weight of Truxton King's longthe they would be beyond tho city, Power-Ovebody was behind tho terrific blow that conlotnplnttnn of the I!iiuh. tho wnlls of which wrro gmdunlly "You won't loave mo to my fnlo be landed on tho man's Jaw. Julius slipping past, cnuso you think I'm Koine to innrry-po- mo Spnntz's knees crumpled. IIo lunged IIo considered their chances If he ngnlnst tho wnll. Tho man was stun- wero to overturn the frail boat and one olio?" Iln grew very eober. "MIih Tullls ned beyond all power of Immediate strike out for shore In Ihi darkness. yon and I have one chance In u thou action. It was the work of an instant to snatch tho revolver from his coat Thl3 project ho gave up nt once. Ho did not know tho wnters or the banks You may nu well know tho pocket. mikI. They "Guard tho doorl" whispered King between which they glided. truth. Don't criticise your doctor "Oh, I cnu't bear the thought of that to tho girl, pressing the revolver Into wcro past the wnlls now nnd rowing because medicine prescribed her hand, "nnd shoot If you hnvo tot" Beforo long tbey would less stealthily. drondtul old man," she cried, abject by him fails to have the deA handkerchief was stuffed Into tho Iks In a position to speak aloud. It dlslrws In her eyes. long would bo awkward for him. sired effect. The prescripgritted hla teeth nud turned unconscious man's mouth. Tho lie coat and boots wcro Jerked from his tion may have been Rood, Suddenly tho boat turned to the nwny. but the ingredients dispensed lu the afternoon Anna Cromer limp body beforo his bands nnd feot right nnd shot townrd the unseen bnnk. ropo ho carried. They wero perhaps half a mile above npiH-nrcpoor. Give the doctor a fair beforo thorn, accompanied wcro bound with the wig wcro re tho city wall. Truxton's mind wns by two of tho men. Crisply alio com- Tho bushy whiskers and show by taking his prescripmoved from his head and transrerrvu working like a triphammer. He was manded the girl to coiuo forth. tions to a druggist who makes She was lu tho outer room for tho in a flash to that of tho American. recalling a certain nomnd settlement a point of dispensing only Then tho boots, coat nnd hut fouutl n north of tho city, the quarters of fishbolter part of nn hour lUtouIng to now wearer. pure drugs of right potentcy traders. ermen, poachers nud horse Anna Cromer anil Mmc. Drovunak, drugs that have the power Peter Brutus was standing In tho These people, he was not slow to surwho dinned tho prnLias of tho great stairway leading to tho sewer. to overcome illness. mise, were undoubtedly hand In glovo Count Mnrlanx Into bar onrs. Tbey "Hurry up, Julius," ho called im- with Marlanxt If cot so surely connectbatlieil tho girl's face ami freshened with tho ed with tbo misguided committee of Tested drugs only are her grtrmenta. It occurred to hor that peratively. "They aro below used here, and skilled pharten. alio wna holng projared for n visit of boat." When o tall, grunting man emerged macists do the compounding. IIo had llttlo time to speculate on tli redoubtable Marluux himself nnd from tho Inner room bearing tho limp tho attitude of the denizens of this unYou should have the best put tho question plainly. n frayed raincoat be wholesome place. Tbo prow of the procurable when combating "No," nld Anmi Cromer. "Ilo'a not figure of a girl In rush romlng here. You nro going to him. did not wu.lt to usk questions, but Then boat crated on the pebbly bank, uud sickness. locked tho cell door. Brutus leaped over tho edge Into He will not bo Count Marlaux after ed over andway narrow stnir-wn- y. Peter down the the shallow water. tomorrow, but Citizen Mnrlanx, ono bo led tho nis only reply to King's gut "Come, on Julius hand her over to of tho people, one of uV tural icmark In tho Graustnric CowgilPs Drug mcl" ho cried. I.lv'lo did they know Mnrlanx. wns: As ho leaned over the side to seize "Julius nud Peter will coiuo for you rnn whoi.r eioiit ok TnnxrtH kiko'b (Incorporated) "Don't speak, you fooll Not a word tho girl In his arms Truxton King imjit wm jir.iiisi niKTcnirrio iuw. tonight," raid Mmc. Drovnnsk, with until wo reach tho river." butt of tho heavy revolver being brought the his skull. Brutus dropped hucIi luck no. no. 1 don't mean It Just an ovll, auggostlvc smile. A luonieut later tho girl was down upon Truxton was beginning to tremble mo think It out Lot that uayl through tho hole Into rough, across the gunwnle with n groan, dead with the fenr that alio would not bo lowered inc Kvt It throuch my head. eager arms. Prutus and bis compan- to all that wns to happen In tho next Money to Loan. "MIm Tullli," ho u!d. a thrill In hla returned to tholr room when tho door ion dropped through, the secret block hour or more. voice, "jou nro a princes just Clio was opened nud sha'enmo in. closed, and off half masonry was Loaning forward, be had the two Homo tlmo In the tense, suffocating of name. I never was to hnppy In my shallow waters of the sowoarsmen amazed boura of tho night- - thoy heard tho through tho party rlvcrward In tho lifo oa I am lh! minute. It Isn't o I loan money on farm lands in glided the covered with the Bounds of many footsteps ahuOling er black na It wita. I thought 1 couldn't liau come up to and Weakley Counties, Tena., weapon. tho outer room. There were noiseless boat that about becauKo you" win ferry them. "Ilnnds upl and in Fulton County, Ky. About hoarse, guttural, subdued goodbyn and "Win me?" aho Baaped. There were thrco meu In tbo boat, Quick!" ho cried. one-hal- f the cash value of a farm "rrccbuily. Now I'm looking at It well wishes, tho crooking of heavy not counting Truxton King. Two pairs of hands will be loaned. Loans made In sums doors nud tho dropping of liolta. differently. I don't mlwl tolling you went up. together of $1,000 or more for five years with Eventually King, who had been listhat I'm lu lovo with CHAPTEIt XIV. with strange oaths. tening alertly, realized that but two of paying same la love. If bcou so with me over OX THE ltlVER. Truxton's eyes had privilege to borrower of ntuco that day lu the park. I loved the men remained In tho room, Peter grown used to tho after one year in full or making any spoken during this 0 word wns you na n duchosa or a prtncetM and Unit us nnd Jullua Fpantz. darkness; he could size partial payment desired at Intercautious, extraordinary voy- An hour crept by nnd nnother. King I'm without hoio. Now, sec the men quite vals of six months after the expiraago underground. The pseudo was groaning under tho suspense. Tho Perhaps Vos Hugo Rolng to hope. plainly. "W hat tion of one year. Interest being stopJulius supported his chargo in ir haa the belter of mc Juat uow, but I'm time wax too slowly nppronchlug tho stern of tbo boat. Peter Urutus Tfcuii are yon doing?" ped on partial payments made. Call all of when ho was to nttompt tho most lu the I1IN with hlm-w- lth bo demanded of act In all this nangulnnry trag-ed- sat In tbo bow, a revolver In bis hand, SPRADLIN, Attorney- thorn. If 1 get you out of thU place Lornlno, who, be on or write O. his gazo bent upon tho opaqueness tf Union City, Tenn. and myself na weJI- -1 want you to unwns hind him, plan. Sho ahead. told her of IIo derlain that from thU very tnluuto 1 know hod part alio wna hla plays And At last tho boat crept out Into the fumbling In the to tho nu trying to win you If It Ilea In tho garments of the rainy, starless night. Ho drew tho power of any Amvrlonn to wiu a gin if nil went wellah, then! At the Service of the Poorest Suddenly ho started to hla feet, hla sklrtB of his own mackintosh over her "hands tnl quick!" unconscious Bruho haa KUlturs among tho nobility." UE CIUEU. (US. , Science and education do not wait act, bis eyes gleaming. The tele- shoulders nnd head. Tho night was bo "Aro-n-ro jou really In corneal?" aho Jawa Instrument wna clicking In tho Inky black tbnt ono could not boo his "Getting his revolver," she replied, exclusively on the millionaire. Thoy graph murmured. are also at tho service of the poowith a quaver In hor voice. band beforo bis face. every word of It, I do love outer room. "I mean "Good!" ho said exultantly. "Let's rest So its education, as witness At least two of tho occupants opened Taking his iKMtltJon near tho girt, you." who was crouching lu real dismay, bo up their throats and lungs nnd gulped think a minute." he went on. "We Ellhu Burritt, the blacksmith "I- -I canit talk about It now, Mr. who don't dure turn these fellows loose, learned all languages, and Lincoln, loaned npilust tho wall his bunds be- In the wet, fresh air. King." ahe fluttored, moving nwoy It was uow that ho benn to wonder, ctcu If we disarm them. They'll have whoso masterpieces ot prose surpass from him In n suddon iule. I'rcs-oml- y hind him. every rausclo strained and to calculnto tho oratlona of the learned. tho plans of their a crowd nfter us lu two minutes." hor. Sho wna taut. ho wont over to "Wo'll keep the boat. There! Now Whither wcro they Tho door ojtcned, nnd Jullua Spnntz, illcnt escort. atamlliiK noar tho cnndlo. Marlngdown bound? The occasional creak of nn push off, Newport" For King had and Stop coughing I you rack the lungs nt the flame, with n atrnna;c!y preoc-eupli- bowblskcredraincoat awkward, entered. n IIo wore nnd storm bat nnd ar, n whispered onth of dismay, the recognized his guard In the witch's and worry the body. BAUjAIID'S oxproalou lu bur oyea. heavy breathing of tollers, the soft hovel In the person of ono of tho HOREHOUND SYRUP checks Irrita"I'orgNe me." ho aald. "I was carried n ropo In ono of his bands. wns all: no tion, heals the lungs and restores "Tlmo you were asleep," ho said bIow!..g of the mlst-th- nt 1M haaty. Inconsiderate. broad, btlll river. comfortable breathing. Price 25c, SOo turned itl'er sound on tho 'You iulo took my breath nwoy,1-nh- stupidly, addressing King. IIoruustunder the Continued on but Wifro thli section. 1 Tmxton bognn to chafe and si. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. "rwntofl. looking up ot him, with n to tho girl. "Come, madam. Ho did not complete the sentence strain lib tncnslncw was mcrenscn nmllo queer little Iler tnnililiM nnw Ita Bobei r Illness , d inn-gua- Store It -- ju toly N' i des-pern- to at-La- i ng-.ru- d 'f n . thanSIvinq offering First-Cla- ss A Mammoth Liie of oL - Furniture at fB- Second-Clas- s Prices. Everything Positively Guaranteed. . - off nnd there line is very large compared with is nothing superior to nice furniture for Christmas giving. Our i COME AND iHiiaicnvL- A TST - STOCK F'O'iKlSriTTTlFblE OCZMIDP-ILSr- r SE3E5 OTTR INCORPORATED ,ttJi&ttji A,2.b' ..'- - '' " F HOW'S YOUR ROOF 5 If it leaks we have roofing that can be put on with a 15 year guarantee, for . Said to be American. Fort Leavenworth, Kas., Nov. 14. of Incondlnry newspa- m. MjjMTutiiaiuniiiimMaaaMMMiaMllaM tM I Star Brand Shoes Are Better" $3.50 per square The manufacturer absolutely forbids any paint on this roofing, therefore you save on paint. 9 We are agents for the celebrated Regal and J. M. Asbestos Roof Coverings. Let us figure with you on your next roof to be covered. Hickman Tin. & Piumb. Co. Illl THANKSGIVING. Thanksgiving Day. Ever It la true that tho great peoples are those v. ho give open thanks to the Power they recogntzo for the good which comes to them. Some-thin- g In the strong heart has made thanksgiving an Instinct of forcoful civilization. It has been so slnco the time w'hen Miriam, tho pbophetoss, played upon tho timbrel while her handmaidens danced and the daring Israelites praised God because they had safely passed the sea. Tho old Greeks made thank offerings to their gods, and the bearded Norsemen their clamorous gratitude to Odin and Thor. To the world dominating Anglo-Saxon- , with his religion of Christ, came the same Impulse, and It bos clung to him In each vast wilderness he has invaded. Not only has he been a giver of thanks, but he has dignified and glorified the duty and made it a feature of his national life. It was almost a matter of course that there should suggest Itsolf to as the the Puritans, rigid most earnest of Cromwell's round heads, the idea of a thanksgiving that should be formal, but it was from the flux of a new nature's munlflcont Influence upon their lives that thoro came a mellowing to tho character of the day's observance, that a certain hardness disappeared, and that 'he occasion becamo one of open Joyous-nesTie little shrubs of observance planted In 1621 by tho good Gov. Bradford has grown into a mighty tree with flowers amid its fruit. It was good, all that happened the time the first Thanksgiving day. The Pilgrim fathers were In a particular Jubilant mood for them on that occasion. Years of scanty crops and threatening starvation had been followed by a bountiful harvest and there was an absolute geniality in the preliminaries to tho famous dinner. It was to be a gamo dinner, a dinner fit for any epicure who ever lived, and none so mean in all the colony but should be present. So were opened the hearts of those rugged worshipers that they woro not content with even this but summoned old Sachem Massasolt and all his swarthy retainers, and when the feast was sprea'd red man and white sat down together and woro brothers. Here was Christian spirit; here was an exhibition of that broad humanity and care for tho other man taught by Him who walked tho strand of Galilee, Here was practical Christianity, and who Bhall say that from this hour, when such kindly hospital God-fearin- g s. ity was shown, whon tho good things God has bestowed upon men were eaton appreciatively and Joyously, and when thanks wore given more sonorously than in the past, there was not given birth to the germ of that broadness and Joyousuess, oven In worship, which has become a trait of the American character. Thoro am holidays and holidays. Christmas and Now Voars are cosmopolitan aro the property of no particular people, but yet are Joyously observed by many. Hut Thanksgiving is purely an American holiday, original In conception and growing from a small beginning until it has reached the dignity of a national Its first col ob rati on was by tho Plymouth colony In 1621 those sturdy pioneers whose ploty was as pronounced as their pluck. Who honored theumolvcs by honoring thalr Deity. Tho custom soon became more gonoral, spreading ovor all the New England states. After tho revolution it gradually extended to the iniddlo states and later to the west, growing moro slowly In tho south. In 1S6S tho patriotic Lincoln forever established It In the list of tho holidays by proclaiming a day of thanksgiving, his action being promptly followed by tho individual proclamations of tho governors of tho states, who named tho same day. Since then, by common consent, tho first announcement of tho day Is found in the president's proclamation, and tho day so named Is also named by the states. A commendable feature of this holiday 13 a practical benevolence wlilch has becomo very notable. Poor people, to whom a good dinner Is a rarity, aro hunted out, and In an unostentatious way are helped to properly observe the day, so far as its festive featuros aro concerned. The sick and suffering aro ronibored In various ways. The homoless aro, for tho day, made members of some household whore they can Join in tho pleasures. Altogether, this Is perhaps Its best feature. Thoro is no pleasure so lasting, none which affords such real Joy, as that which comes to us from the knowledge Uint we have dono a real kindness to some of tho suffering chlldron of earth-- In some way alleviated their sorrows or eased their pains. Last, but not least, tho dovotlonal spirit, wlilch Is tho Impolllng motive of tho day, is encouraged and developed, we learn to bo moro contented with our lot, thankful for what we have and hopeful for tho future. "Tho editors pers will be arretted. Tho embassy 1 am InIs vigorously protected. formed upon uuquostlonablo authority that Anton Rodriguez was born in Now Moxlco and was an American clU Uen." Message Picked Out of Air. This message, picked out of tho air by the wireless Btatlon hore, presumably sent from Secretary of Stato Knox to President Taft aboard tho crulsor Tennessee, now somewhere In the Gulf of Moxlco, is believed here to be tho latest development In tho threatened difficulty with Moxlco. It authentic, it 1b believed that it means that any further fear of the severance of diplomatic relations between the United States and Moxlco may be sot at rest. Alono with his Instruments In the rccoivlng station at this post the wire-los- s operator was astounded when he read tho message as it flashed In on his Instruments. Falls to Catch Signature. Lowo paid no attention to whom It was addressed and was unable to But from Us catch the signature. substance It Is thought hat It was meant to acquaint President Taft with the Mexican situation as it now stands. Other messages to President Taft sent from tho Key West station have been caught hore. Not Infrequently does the local station catch messages being flashed from points along the Atlantic to Gulf cltlos. Recently two messages intended for New Orleans were plckod up and sent by moll to the person to whom they wero addressed. Answer was received that the local operator had read right This fact leads to the belief that the message caught was of international Impretance. 100 xbMt jSI I Per Cent Leather The Leather used cent pure. Stronger-Thnn-Thc-Ln"Stronger-Than-Thc-La- aftfcajftwjaKflw Shoe is one hundred perin the famous " That is, this shoe contains no substitutes for leather. No better inntcrial than leather has yet been found for making shoes, but many shoes contain substitutes in the hidden parts the insoles, counters, heels, etc., because substitutes arc cheaper than leather. Shoe is built to withstand the hardest kind of The months and has earned for itself usage. It wears regularly from eight to twenty-fou- r the enviable reputation of being The Strongest and Longest Wearing Shoe in the World The upper leather is cut from chrome stock, which hns undergone a special waterproofing process. The sole leather and heels come from the best slaughter tanned packer hides, which cannot be equalled for hard wear. The sole is fastened by a number of special processes which makes it impossible to tear off. The " Shoe is made by Roberts, Johnson and Rand Shoe Co., makers of the well known "Stur Brand" shoes. Therefore, every genuine Shoe has a "Star" trade-mar- k on the heel, which is your protection from imitations. And we must caution you about those imitations. The reputation gained by the Shoe has prompted some manufacturers to imitate this shoe. But why buy an imitation of the genuine when you can buy the original work shoe for the same price. We have them for men and boys at the following prices : Stronger-Than-Thc-La"Stronger-Than-Thc-La"Stronger-Than-The-La"Stronger-Than-Thc-La- COUNT TOLSTOI VANISHES His Wife Evades Watchfulness Household and Attempts Drowning In Icy River. of St. Petersburg, Nov. H. Frenzied through fear her husband has been seized by Uie Russian government. Countess Tolstoi has twice tried to commit suicide since the count's disappearance October 10. The countess has to be watched con stantly. Twico at Yasnaya Polyana, she tried to drown herself through holes cut In the ice over a nearby lake, but each Ume she was reached Just In Umo to save her life. London friends have fears Count Tolstoi, the Russian novelist and philosopher, has been spirited away by the Russian government and possibly imprisoned for his teachings. According to another report, tho wrlrr asserted he was going Into vol untary exile to spend the balance of his lite In solitude. . pa I i $3.00 and $3.50 for regular tops $4.50 and $5.00 for high tops Come in and we will be glad to tell you more about the strongest and longest wearing shoe in the world. HOUSE TO BE DEMOCRATIC Lower Branch of Illinois Assembly Will Have 75 Republicans and as Many Democrats. Chicago, Nov. 14. SMITH & AMBERG Another Steamer Sinks, Tho Leo Lino steamers are up hard luck during the post two months. A few mite below Hlok-msUio steamer Stacker Loe, one of the finest of tho fleet. Is high and dry on a s.and bar. Slio Is broken amidships and will doubtless go to pieces )"'ort a rise sufflcneHt to float hor. Her engines and all movable equipment have been taken off tho boat. Just below Memphis the steamer Harry Leo Is aground and It Is thought tho company will bo to savo hor. 'Sunday ovonlng, the Sadie Loe. formerly in Uio Hickman trade, ran a snag through her hull and sank in six feet of water whllo making a landing at O. K. Landing, Miss. Tho passongors, of whom there woro only a few, wero easily rescued and all on board reached Uie bank without Injury. Tho steamer had taken on very little freight slnco leaving Memphis Saturday ovonlng, hence tho loss will practically bo confined to Injury to tho hull and dumago to tho vessel by water. As tho boat sank In only only a fow feet of water and did not list to any approclablo dogrce tho water reached only to tho bollors, and tho lo3s will not bo great. Tho low stage of tho rivor Is tho causa of tho accident. It might also bo added that on this account the service- Is very Irregular, only ono Leo boat having reached Hickman In tho past two weeks. uu-abl- o Based on the laU down-Stato counties and pollco figures In Cook county, politicians here declare that the probabilities are that the Doinc-cra- 's will control tho next state house of representatives at Springfield. Present returns show the straight Democrats and Republicans tlod with 75 members, and that there have been two prohibitionists and ono Independ ent elected. These three, it is said, will vote with the Domocrats on or ganization. Later returns are expected to add enough Democratic mem bcrs tq give that party a constitutional majority sufficient to elect the speaker and organize the committees est official returus from POSSE ABANDONS A HUNT Unidentified Negro Is Accused of Hav Ing Stolen a Pocketbook From a White Woman, Cnlro, 111., Nov. 14. Tho posse from Mounds, eight miles north of here, uhlrh hrL'&n a hunt for an unidenti fied negro, was unsuccessful. Several of the nogros pursuers returnod to Othors are still searching Mounds. the woods. The negro is said to have robbed Mrs. Robert Camp of her purse as she stepped from a train at Mounds. Convicted of Conspiracy. Chostor, 8. C, Nov. 14. John Black, formor member of the old state- board, Indicted Jointly with Jodie M. Rawllnson and II- - Lee Solomons for conspiracy to dofraud the state, was convicted by the Jury lu tho case. The other two defendants wore acquitted. mediately for rates and Information. If you use tho Hell servico you are In tho center of the entire Hell system, connecting with ovor five mil In fast evoryouo these dayn, seeks Hon telephones and every Itnporatnl to save Ume and the telephone Is city and town In the United State. Cumberland Telephone 4. Telegraph tho graatost Umesaver that has over ad been Invented. It is Instantaneous. Company, incorporated. You can send and receive your mas-Bag-s at the samo time. It brings disA thankful njtlrlt enables us to tant cities and towns within your our trials manfully. It llfw us teach almost Instantly. It connect above the D)Imim of despair Into you locally with ovoryone of promithe bleeted raintight of cheerfulness'. nence. If you havo not a telephone of the Cumberland Telephone & TeleCyprss Shingles, 11 n thousand nt graph Company, call our manager Im mill. Yates A Kirk Bhlnglo Co. Progressive Citizens, mt Gifts of Silverware Nothing more acceptable can be offered than ttraclite silverware, combining good lasle with a duality of endurance which axiiim WfAnna urvir.. Sucii characteristics male ipptpp!jStjSjSt)tptp This Bank Lightens the Burden of caring for your money. TRIPLE wire most dcirable for gifts. To-da- y this renowned trade mark assures the purchaser not only of securing the oricina! brand of Rogers, but the heaviest grade plate guaranteed by the makers to give absolute satisfaction. xs y Open an account and at once be relieved of all anxiety about thieves, fire or other sources of danger to your cash. The PEOPLES BANK Is a much saf. er place for your cash than your home or office. Deposit yours here so as to get the security of Its strong, fire proof vaults. Commence today and sleep sounder tonight. The remarkable durability $d (f rt p tj) tj d rf rt& rt j) p (t (3 p p WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. Havo you neglected your kldnoya? Have you overworked your nervous system and caused troublo with your kidneys and bladder? Have you pain In loins, side, back, groins and blad-dor- ? Have you a flabby appearance of the face, especially under tho eyes I .?:..- - is substantially what Too frequent a deslro to pass urlno? a friend of ours said tho other day If so, Williams Kidney Pills will euro you. Hickman Drug Co. Prlco BOc. after his house burned and ho had no insurance. No use for you to talk that way; seo Konncdy tho insur To always look at Hfo's sombor sldo ance man. is disheartening; tho hopeful view REAL-- ESTATE FOR SALE: Seo is what buoys us up and causes gratefulness to spring up in the heart W. E. Bondurant, agent for M. B. and fill tho soul with Thanksgiving. Shaw. Silver has won it the popular btlc rvnlVM Inflr of "JJ47 ROGERS BROS." .. ruuM ti.,1 f. be procured in numerous (Jctignt, ome fancy, tomo ? "Siper Plate that Venrf leAtltrvf i vi Sold Lv ... i.l. Ajkn i i.ruu,).. tt i m wwiruc yjj, :'? MERIDtfl hi mowing an patienu. ORITANNIA CO -mrp , iwaw c) C.f i..onaoii, conn. 'yWJP""" WWf '; ,V1f ""V-rr- - i JONES' ij BIEAD ALWAYS FRESH JONES CAFE Is Now Doing J JONES' CAKES MADE RIGHT Every Week We Receive Fresh... Bulk Candies Package Candies Lowneys Blanke-Wenneker GRAPES ONLY Co. Standard Candy Co. APPLES ORANGES s Cigars 75 of the most pop- ular and leading brands in the U. S- - Tobacco NUTS I Pipes Over 50 different designs to from, 5c to select $5 GRAPE FRUIT BANANAS Lunch 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. -- Goods Hot and Cold LEMONS CELERY h Drinks Canned Goods OYSTERS Bottled Goods Party Refresh m'ts is our long suit. Pickles Olives CANDIES CREAM DRINKS NUTS For all occasions. Please Don't Ask for Credit AS YOU WILL NOT GET IT e Other Things which we haven't time to mention. JONES' PIES ARE DELICIOUS jones' x.unrcK noo is .t,so oss THE BEST SHORT ORDER RESTAURANT NEXT DOOR TO THE HICKMAN BANK IN THE CITY JONES' COOKIE I For Old and Young rTMiiMTT iem HK .u sK3rsss -- - $ ''' J. phone "WV'V (INCORPORATED) "VW A. COTTON & CO. i t i Plumbers 3XTX3 Tinners WORK IN BOTH BRANCHES EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY t i t t t es Hickman, Kv. 4-- , W''V' HM JB I h I 1 at ELECTRIC SIGNS. They cannot help it. Electric signs draw the crowdsand make the business. Let us show you a few C i. t .it piaua ui ciecinc signs wnicn will make your store one of the most attractive in town, and wilPnot cost you nearly as much ' as you think. 1 1 .- 1 dock. "What tho lo II" began N wport. but King silenced him. Tho boat tdow-ldrifted out Into tho current. "Now rowl" ho commanded. With his freo timid lie reached back nml dragged the limp Ilrutus Into tho boat. "Gail. I bellevo ho's dead!" he muttered. "Can you swim?" demanded King. ' "Not n stroke," gasped Newport. "Good Lord, pal, you're not going to dump us ovcrlKuirdl It's tun (Vet deep along here." rull on your left, hard. That's right I'm going to laud you on tho opioslto shore." Two minutes later they run up under tho western bank of tho stream, which nt this point was fully 300 yards wide. Under cover of the deadly revolver the two men dropped Into tho water, which was nltove their waists. Tho limp form of Peter Uru-tu- s was pulled out nnd transferred to tbo shoulders of his companions. "Good tilgbt." called out Truxton King cheerily. He had grasped the oars. "I'll row over to the cast hide," announced King to the girl, "but I don't llko to get too close to tho walls. Some one may have heard tho shouts of our friends back thore." Not another word . pased between them for ten or twolvo minutes. She peered anxiously ahead, looking for signs of tho Ufrge dock, which lay somewhere along this section of the city wall At last the sound of rapidly working rowlocks came to the girl's oars. 'They're after us." gritted Truston In dfwperatiou. "They've got word to friends one way or Hnother. Uy Jove. I'm nearly fagged to! I can't pull murh further. Hello! What' thlsf Tho side of the Itout ctirumod off it solid object in the water, almost spill-In- g them into tho wind blown rhor. "The docksr she whispered. "We struck n small scow. I think. Can you And your way In among the ,coal barges?" lie paddled nlong slouly, feeling hi waj, scraping alongside the big barge which delivered 001 from the distant mines. At last lie found an opottlng nnd pushed through. A luoiuout Inter they were riding under tho stern of n broad cargoleas Imrge. plumb up against the water lapped plies of the y and the rumble of thumli-- r iiia' tho desolate night. "They'll see us by the lightning." gasped Truxton, almost rotidy to drop from falntness and exhaustion. Following u lvid tlash of llglitiilug. two shots were Hied by the men who wero now plunging up through tho gates, a hundred yards or more away. Tho same Unsh of lightning showed to King the narrow, unulily street that stretched abend of them Intend of doing the obi Ions thing lie turned sh.irpl to the left. Item eon the lines ot frelirlit ears. Their progress was slow. At lust they came to the end of their roH'. They were lltendlj up ngalnst ihv' grent city wall. A car door stood open In front of them. lie waited Tor n secoiiu tiasii of lightning to reveal to him the naipilte empture of Its Interior. It ty. Without hesitation Iip clambered In nnd pulled hor up nftor him. Thoy fell over on the lloor, completely fagv ged. V few minutes Inter the storm broke, ifr not make Aycr's Snrsaparilla docs not stimulate. It t' . It inn fool hnt or onfi inv. then as nau its ever inu you stop using it. is not a strong drink. No reaction after Tiinrp ic not n dron of alcohol in it. You have the steady, even gain that comes from a strong tonic and alterative. We wish vou would ask your doctor about this. He knows. Trust him. Do as he says. jriUiiTC.Ticifll.M. ul-.m- Does Not Sfcimtiiflafce t ' r.car.y What arc Aycr's PilU? I.licr Pill. How lontf nave Ihcy ncen sow and nnd titty out. Ask your own doctor Do doclor recommend Ihrm? years. ws r HICKMAN MARBLE T0A WORKS 1K1 KSTAIIIIIHHKO DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Siuvr.tor to II. O. ItAinmnKV, drceaard) lie managed to close the door against the driving torrents. "We've fooled them," he managed to whisper close to her oar. 'They won t look hero. You'ro safe. Lorainc. Had. I'd like to see nny one get you away from 1110 now!" She pressed Ids arm. Then she was asleep. He sat it Ith his back against the sldo of the ear. n pistol In one hand, the 1 Marble and Granite 1 Monuments ,sLJfcWy3JTf M--i fast s Jajggrrzrje Rs!l ,jj NGIBCUR, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky other lylug tenderly upon the ilrem lied Iwir of the girt whose reeled upon his lug. She had slipped down from his shoulder lie did not have the desire or the energy to prevent It Manfully as he bad fought agitust the Impelling desire to sleep, lie could not boat It off. Ills last waking tliotight was of tho effort he must make to reach Dsngloss with 'he warning. Something stirred in the far end of of sometho car a still small nol-athing alive that moved wlih the wariness. A tieav.x. breathing body crest stealthily acnes the inter vening space, so quietly t'ut a mouso could bare made but little less nole. An Instant later the bin sh dame of a sulphur match struggled for life. growing stronger and brtAter In the hand of a man who stood above tbo sleepers. e st Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, II. IIUOIIAN'AN J. W AMSXAMIItll KENTUCKY J.J.aitOMHMUNT niUHOTOKH Dr.J. M. MtnillAUll It. M. OHO.n.TllltHttKKtil isr.Hit T.A.!,Mraitll We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, nnd ofier our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 11 Continued f I i I I 1 I I II H I IB I W Hickman Ice O". & Coal Co. I 1 1 INCORPORATED T. 3DIXXj03XT, IHnuasor g 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 hi r' '4 ! I Neuralgia of tho fnco shouldor, feet or hands rcqulro a poworful remedy that wilt ponctrato tho flesh. SNOW LINIMENT possesses that power. Rubbed In whoro Uie pain Is men were not afraid of adr ..iig the relievo felt Is alt that Is necessary to suffering watchmen oil the ducks or lUe muii st conditions. Prlco and restore normal 25c, 60c and l por the gate uboio. Middvnlj It cauie to bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. him that there would Ik- - no one there to oppose the lauding of the nilwre-nnt- s. Favorite of American Readers. No doubt hundreds of men alThcro aro a few old American favorready had stolen iunUh tlnw gHleM ites not Action that in any considerduring the night, Mvretiug themxelie able span of years outsoll the now In the fastnortAOs of the city, risiily r.r novols. One of these Is Thorenu's the morrow's fray. "Wnlden." They rusheti up the uurnni ruilM.iv has outsold In the last 10 years It ehutes and through one of the i. inner books, and Its most of the new nnturo popularity Is. Increasing ous gateways lh.it opein-out .i,"n n year by year. "Waldon" Ipdeed keeps (tit ,i iI barge docks u i ii.- alive tho Interest In several or i t. .No "lie U.i.s t inillnj,' il.u,l il Thorenu's less popular books i rn- hind .1 so 1 Standing In the bow of the boat, be managed to pull hlmtelf tip over he slippery odge. It was the work of a second to draw her up after him. He cave the boat u mighty hore. Nendtnir it out Into (he utrenm mce more. In n few minutes krod runes rnnu from the river. proclalHilug tho fait that the purswers hnd found, the empty boat. Afterward they were to loaro. that Newport's shouts Imd breught a boat load of men from the opposite bank, headed by the Innkeepur, in whoso plnco Loralne was to have Marlanx later on. If plniw bad not miscarried. By this time King hnd located the open space which undoubtedly afford ed room for the transfer of.cargoM from the dok to the company's yards Inxlde the walls. Without hesitation he drew her after him up till wldr sinister roadway. The pursuer were trying for a landing noisily, evon bolwennwly It struck Tnixton ns nnwr 'hat 'hose nxl wwk. IIUOHANAN". l'rriWlMit It, lead to chronic constipation and a constipated habit fills the system with Impurities. HBfUHNE Is a great bowol regulator It purifies the system, vitalizes the blood and puts tho digestive organs in flno vigorous condition. Prlco COc. Sold by Hickman Drug Co bowol moroments Irregular c lUMAUK. At fsihler J. A. THOMItMlN. ' fiwhlfr riBniiaMoniaaiBBBnnBBniBgnimBniHHBnMaaMnaHaiiM Hollanders Fond of Tobacco. Tobacco In Holland Is looked on with so favorablo an oye that even ministers soo no Irreverence in smoking a pipe or cigar In church. They do not go so far as to smoke during trr-Ice- , but when showing visitors round tho Interior It Is by no moans uncom mon for a minister to offer thora clgnrs and to light ono himself. ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas Onllonor'lVU'phene u vrbrn In hmkI of nttOOKHIMK. KltHHII MKATH or VRHMTUVrH. Telephone 6 3 Deliveries Ledford & Randle trCOAL CASH COAL COAL CASH $4.90 CASH le Hi i'rl of . Pittsburg Lump Coal M M and silver line. CALL AND SEE THEM Can't Work .., When you feel that you can hardly drag through your daily work, and are tired, discouraged and miserable, take Cardni. Rcgulato the bowels when thoy fall to movo properly. HEROINE I8 nn admlrablo bowel regulator. It helps the liver and stomach and restores a fino feeling of strength nnd buoyancy. Prlco BOc. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. A f1rt FhJIFrft TK Gash Book Store Splendid Selection J. KELLY SMITH Attorney t-Law New Books Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Call and See Our Stock action, of pure vegetable herbs. BM gentle, the woman's tonic Cardui is prcoared for the purpose of helping women to regain their strength and health. Not by doping with strong drugs, but by the tonic of Ser via, a general receives 12,000 a onr. a colonol, 31.100; a lieutenant colonel. 11.100; n major. J900; a captain, SC30 s Servian commandors use tho whistle In the Held and control their men by signal without any shrutlng or con fusion "lurlnc oiiomtinns Mont of them speak it least ono foreign Inn guage nnd nearly all understand French or German. Of the oincera of the army Servian Army Officers. Bon Air Lump Coal 4.75 Kentucky Coal 4.25 Prices based on delivery within the city limits Parties out of town desiring to haul their own coal' will be allowed 40 cents per ton deduction from prices quoted. You can leave your order, accompanied with cash, at the office of Hickman Ice it Coal Co., or phone 48 if you you wish order sent C. O. D. No one has authority to extend credit, so don't ask for it. I will appreciate your patronage, and by selling strictly for cash can give you security againtst an ex- oroitant advance in prices. A. A. At f ARI5 Clinton, Kentucky Oitfltnlh of ill fits to ChrislUnlh. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Mrs. L N. Nicholson, of Shook, Mo., writes: Before I began to take Cardui, I was unable to do any work. I have taken 5 bottles and have Improved very much. I can do the most of mv housework now. "I can't say too much for Cardui, It has done so mucn lor me." . Your druggist sells Car- duL Get a bottle todav. nnd tako a good cough syrup Internally If you would treat a sovero caso of soro lungs nroDorlv. Got hn i!ni. lnr slzo DAMjARD'S HOREHOUND ariiui'. with each bottlo thcro Ih a freo HERRICK'S RED PEPPER POR US PLASTER for tho chest. Sold by iiicKinan Lirug uo. Put plaster on tho chest J I The Lyric, rtrtftHtaliataa Kverjrtblns Mary Berendes & Co. Our mill Is running every day. You will not be disappointed If you eome to our mill for shingles. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. soul that dwolleth with virtue ts llko a perennlnl spring; for It Is pure limpid nnd refreshful, nnd Invitim. und serviceable, and rich, and Inuo-- ' cent nnd Impervious liplcetus. A Dally Thought. AAAJLAAAAJaJLAAsAAAAAAAs WHY NOT TItY ASTHMA REMEDY Gives prompt and positive relief In Anything you want that wo haven't every case. Sold by tho Hick- man Drug Co.,prJce SI. Trial got In Furniture we will be glad to package by mall 10c. for you. Hickman Furniture order It Williams Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland. CSompany. ropbam's Deceived by the Name. Mttlo Helen, rummaging nmong tho found a volumo which charmed her by its title and. scarcely noticed by mamma, spent tho whole nftcrnoon apparently nhsorbod In xoad-lng- . "Well," sho said at taut, as sho Doc. 19, 1910. roturnod tho volumo to Its place, "I The Lost Trail, Jan. 7, 1911. havo read every line In tho book from tho first to the last nnd 1 haven't found Tho Widow Porklns, Feb. G, 1911. anything In it about 'A Doll House' " Cast Aside, March 3, 1911. book-sholve- Clara Belcher Co. Nov. 24, 25, 26. The FlghUng Parson, Dec. , 1910. Isbmaol, dramatized by Allco E. Ivos from Mrs. Southworth'a novol ot tho same name, Dec. 14, 1910. St. Elmo, by Catherlno Hadley & Co., Lofflngwoll's copyrighted version Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, 8pc. See samples. Jit Courier OfIce. TTTTrTTTTTTTTYTTTYTYTT Mott's Nervous Pills. Tho great nervo and brain treatCall at tho Hickman Furniture Co, ment for men and women, producos strength and vitality, builds up tho for anything you want In furniture. system and renowB tho normal vigor. For salo by Hickman Drug Co., or by Kennedy for Insurance mall, SI per box, 6 boxes for S5, 'ismim -- TfUfiffviw t ,- - "yWfV- - "It Cured My AGAINST THE WEAK REPUBLICAN PARTY'S FAVORS ARE FOR THE STRONG. gSNSSIS Back" Those Who Can Afford to Pay for "Protection" Are the Beneficiaries of the Organization Today-Its Ideals Abandoned. kV I THIIW THIC 1 miuv 11110 I 0 0 hap-hazard, hand-me-down- HVPP j y juiv f ; "'M ss ! LWrpf il Ik-cb- WPN vears I hnv For twcntv-ninbeen nt intervals a great sufferer e Tour Plans Will Work Out I wbal It callod protection but JO which was really privilege tho protection of glnnt Industries that worn am used it with such satisfactory results llmt I sent for two large bottles, able to contribute and did contribute ana I have up to this time used about half a 50 cent bottle with splendid to party cnmpolgn funds. Stool trusts success." -J- amks IIydk, White County, Ark. and cotton trusts and ool trusts and Got Ease in Less Than Ten Minutes. oil trusts these camo to bo tho obMr. Jamks fc Aiwcanikk,o North Harp-welljects of tho party's persistent loving Me., writes: ! am a horseshner and subject to many strains in my back and hips en re which has And now wo como to tho era of tho Drought on rheumatism in the sciatic nerve. I had it so bad one night "strong men," for whom tho when sitting m my chair, that I had to Jump on my feet to get relief. I earth is supposed to exist Tho weak at once applied jour may go hang. Campaigns arc, as ono of tho nowor leadors once said, mcro-lquestions "of finance " Tho development has been slow, but, looking back ovor the past, wo enn see how great tho chango In spirit, has been. Itf abandoning tho negro, and by offering tho bait of protectionism, both Mr Taft and his predecessor havo ondoavorod to capture tho south. Political strength rath or than political righteousness has been sought for to the aftrrtn! part and in less than ten minutes it was perfectly easy. And It has been sought for In exceedI think it is the best of all I.immcnts." ingly practical ways. . Tho older statcsmon, faulty os they were, would havo wrecked prosperity rather than Sloan's Liniment docs not .need any f havo abandoned a principle in which they believed. Today prosperity Is 113 a juwcriui penetrant, mm .s. l tho and tho end-al- l of politics it lor Klicumatism, The Insurgent protest is In reality a protest against tho gross material-IsSprains, Clicst Pains, and Sore which has so long ruled tho party It Is also a confession of party sins gives almost instant relief. Tho only llcallsm in Itopubllcan politics la now found nmong tbo InsurTrie rOc.,nml $t.(M) nt All Dealer, gents. Whothor thoy can Inoculate hcii.l fur Monii'a I'm llnoV on llorx-- . .tiirr tho organization with It Is tho question liut it Is sad to think that a DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. great political organization which, in its beginning, had no thought of protection as a permanent policy, bad Indeed hardly any thought of it at all, should, todny stand beforo tho country as tho purvoyor of protection to men who do not noed It and who ought not to havo It. that It should have como to regard idealism which all right If you uio lumber from thli was onco Its vory llfo broath almost as dlscaio. ludlanapolls News. yard. 60 will the specifications. , During ili.it from rheumatism. tunc, no tcllinjj how many gnl- Ions of the various kinds of lini ments and oils I have used and with but little relief. Recently, I was confined to my bed help- - Whom Is tho Ilcpubllcan party, with Its ( high tariff policy, protecting todaywhom has It bocn protecting for yg! a quarter of a century? Not tho weak but tbo Rtrong, not thoso who needed protection, but thoso who could afford to pay for it nnd who did pay for It. Tho party has long been (foiling If you paid only half as much attention to your personalaffairs as you dd to your business matters, you would have your clothes made by us. You'r not taking chancesinj your business by buying so why in the name of Sam Hill should'you'when your personal appearance is at stake ? You can't look prosperous in' but in clothes made by us you'always feel right and look right. s, W ll. jftj gj SUIT OR OVERCOATjTO ORDER .j.j Made Right SLOANS LINIMENT Sciatica, Throat Fit Right Are Right HTsiS r Satisfaction Absolutely Guaranteed s ! fe J 111 K i OTHERS AT $19, $21, $22.50, $25, $30 TO fag ...,.. iry It H !!,, m bo-al- It's the most extravagant kind of economy to buy a ready-mad- e guess-fi- t when you can come to us, select the fabric from the bolt, choose your style from the latest fashion plate, and get exactly what you really want at a price no greater stores charge. Put a little more business foresight into than the ready-mad- e your personal life and get what's coming to you full value for your money. ll J g JSP BRADLEY & PARHAM ., TAimDC AJir g1W1W HICMC 4 ciidmicucdc . X fg aszssmm Almost NB i $20,000, There will be no need of buying more lumber Uian they call for to allow for bad spots or defective stuff of any kind. ly selected, Our lumber Is so careful so thoroughly seasoned that you can count on every Inch of It as being of service. Think that ovor. Hickman Lumber $ Planing Milt Co. Incorporated It might tx will fur Molt A) erg to make some of his flannel mouthed puppots cease ho much nbuae and iiilsniiirtMsMntJon of the editor of tint Krcortl. TI10 Record (Iom not llko to ho forced to do It, but It could gle wuno huililo matters connected with MuU's lying around from Tuesday, Oflt 18th, till Saturday night, Oct. 2!, 1910; about Ills trip to titmlsvlllo and whom he wiw In tlio meuMllmo, and about a certain meeting, mid who wan at It, In Pnducnh on I'rldnr. Oct. list. 1910 nil of which would make interesting rending to the publlo and would throw some light upon wlio It Is out-- ' Ride of this Senatorial district Unit la tryliip to lect and own our next State Senator. Tlisro com times when putloneo conse Cadis Record. to he a virtue. Cllulon Is famous for one tiling at leant. Sho ha n lawyer who give of all feon to Christianity This Ih certainly a onite where moet. Tlilnk of It a Christian lawyer; a lawyer not only payh ing of hi debts, but giving to tho oliuroh oven more than tho avornge membor. one-tenth one-tent- Roosevelt's Inconsistency. Tho ordinary corporation has special advantage from the 'law. porpotulty of exigence. United liability, tho concentration of small amounts of capital Into corporate capital that may bo Immense, and It has tho holp of a form of nttgotlablo credit that a private person cannot command. Thoao advantages Iraposo responsibility, and tho law properly undertakes to apply that responsibility. But what do all theso advantages amount to compnrod with thoso tho tnrlff grants In tho restriction of fnrolgn competition. In the compulsory homo mnrkot at advanced prices T And what are tho dangers from tho ordinary corporations compared with thoso who nro Invited to establish and aided in maintaining monopolistic combinations by tbo law that shuts out foreign rivals? Against tho former Mr. Roosovolt has much to say and says It with extreme bltter-noss- . Against tho latter ho Is tongue-tiennd his convention goes to tho Of limit In defonso and in pralso course In politics rnero Inconsistency does not always count, but In this enso It would bo Interesting If tho voters, stirred by Mr. Iloosovolt's attacks on prillogo, should strlVo nt tho worst example of prlvllego, ami strlko all tho harder because Mr. Roosevelt himself Ih Its champion. d Practical Fashions LADIES' YOKE 8KIRT. Tho music and eongs iu "Eth'opla" aro all new, tho choruses bright, pretty and catchy, and tho comedy, which prevails, funny. It might ho surprising to tho average man to know what tho cotton business means to Hickman lis commercial weight and thq monoy It puU Into circulation. Tluro waa no reason why last Saturday should ho better thnn many othor days, but the Courier has Ink-e- n tho trouble to find out tho amount spent hy our gins for cotton on that date. Hero It la: Iodford & Ilandlo, cftRlilors for tho FwmorB Gin & Grain Co., paid out In cold cash, Jll.CSl.SO. Haltzor & Dodds, jiaylng for ers Gin, handed out I7.992.S0. Total for Uio day, ?19.C14.30. This la orro of Driv- the, many things FLEXIBLE WELT HH I j Floral Menu For Thanksgiving ROSES American Beauty Richmond The Bride Bridesmaid K. A. Victorin ' Sunset Killnrncy ' A rr CARNATIONS . White, Pink and Red in varieties. Fancies of special large sizes. OTHER KINDS Single Violets, Bunch Violets Easter Lillics Lilly of the Valley Orchid Blooms Chrysanthemums Extrn grade of yellow A part of your order solicited. OXJH.3Lj.IISr Exclusive dealer of Joy Floral Co., Nashville, Tcnn. The largest Florist in the world. QJ Roosevelt's Position. Mr. Roosovolt Is a vory late convert to tho bellof that tho tariff Is a morn! Issuo or nny issuo at all. He was as ullont as tho cravo about tho tariff during all tbo years when, with bis authority, ho groat tnfluonco and might havo done much to tako the crookedness out of the customs sched tiles; when ho might havo dono more than nny othor man to destroy the vfmt nnd comnllcatod mochnnlsm by which tho protected trusts extort monoy from tho peoplo. Such a cru sndo. It is truo, might havo destroyed him politically. Choosing tho corporations ns tho object of his as iihuUh, ho has prosperod mightily. Hut tho more Drosnorous ho Is In that sonso, tho moro will tho Immcnso in- vpllnrr class and all tho peoplo. all consumers, foci tho pinch of the high cost of living and reduced Incomes Mr. McKlnley waa callod tho advanco GhlldrcitR Sohool Shoofl, mado to ngont of prosperity. Hy his cholco or hold that romping boy, at Ilradloy & kopt tho polIdoB nnd tho methods that rarham's. Prices right. him to tho fore politically. Mr. Rooso- volt has mado hlmseir tho cuter agent On account of tho extreme low venof tho oUior thing. ter, river freight and packet service has been grvnUy Impaired for sovor-a- l weeks past. Freight has piled up Proportion of Benefit. Labor's chlof plea of tho boneflclarlcs of by tho tons at all local warohoiibos. Tho frolgh&vt Hickman, tho protection Is that tho cost of labor In Doflldoa local this country Is relativoly so high that river front is covered wiQi cotton, tho industry employing It must be pro- hundreds of bales of which havo bean tected against tho choaper foreign there for three weeks or moro. And so far ns tho peoplo bollevo Is nccoesary to tho Oh, yes; Uio rnlny days will como that protoction American laborer so far as It is nnd Ilradloy & l'arham aro showing necessary to give him a decont stand a big lino of rubber boots, slickers, ard of living so far thoy aro willing gtun coats, rain hats, umbrellas, rubthat the Industries should bo protect bers, overshoes, etc. Ruy theso nnd ed. or anything llko a fair proportion savo doctor bills. el the beneat, that protection givoa? e bout town on tho- - map. Vow towns Uio- - slzo of Hickman In th world hnudlo tho volParis Pattorn No. 3313, All Seams ume of buHinoea that this thriving Allowed. Only a few weeks ago little alty does. yokes began to make thoir appearance on skirts. Thoy are certainly nn admight ho ndded In regard to Uio dition to Uio average skirt, and can It cotton huslnuRH Unit noxt year the bo varied in a number of wnys. We ncreugu In Fulton county will be much nffnr n mnilnl ,hnt will nnmhlnn onll largor than in 1910. Conditions in with n waist having a panel front, pros effect. Even the South, where tho volums of cot- ducing tho ton is raised, is yearly becoming loss nlonc, ns a separate skirt, it is both handsome nnd novel. This model is favorable to cotton raising, tho boll nn excellent ono for a walking skirt, weevil being tho greatest dotrimont. nnd may bo made of moderately hoavy out-pu- t. This naturally curtnlls tho material On the heavlor and dressier Whllo in tills section n fine grade materials tho panol nnd bands may be of cotton Is grown without foar of braided and embroidered Tho patthe weevil, being too far north for tern is in 6 sizes 22 to 32 Inches Size 24 waist will him to flourish. Result: Prices may waist measure. safely bo doiondcd upon to stay require G4 yards of of material 36 Inches wldo. wSiero thoy nro or go higher. To procure this pattern send 10 cents Fnrmors who nro getting $G to $S to "Pattern Department." of this paper. Write name niMresa plainly, and be a load for their corn will find a aure to clvo and and number of pattern. ilze fore-ablIn tho very object lesson fact that eonio of their neighbors SIZE. NO. 3318. bring In n load of cotton nnd enshos NAME In for anywhoro from $100 to flSO it load, or guta In Uio neighborhood of TO"WN $00 nu nuro from his laud. STOEET AND NO semi-princes- that makes Illckumii the v. urrjiii rnZ mmammimmmmammmmv- - Man - winning footgear, built by men ivw hww what they are about, in a model factory where it is not "how tnanyJy but "how good' raises the wages. that STATE Sweater Vosts, ono of tho soason's comfortable noultlos, nt $3.r0, at Hnulley & aPrham's. Attaining Suocnss. Success Is 11 sorles of golden stairs leading up to tho Mights of fame and fortune. On evory ntnlr Is n man who kne how to mnko good use of time, who grabbed the fnroloek of opportun Ity, nnd held on wIUi grim determination until he got "thuro." Next tltno try a sack of Omego Flour boat made. Bottersworth & "Mlil'fl'lifllJ SUllrt LIV Once Worn, Ne'er Forsworn CUSTOM MADE HY Wertheimer-Swart- s Shoe Co. ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. Prathor. ifijafeak" jii j a- 'MwM .1 A. "tOM. w i'.i fctfU..jL- frfajm,. - jOr tafciaiw ilt-- Urn, t . 'TV' a A Homiijv; Work For Yourself by having 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 also be a firm basis for credit and credit to the business man is of more importance than ready money. for (nnDraeiNte DAILY DIET HINTS iir on. r. j. allcm Teal EpcdAlUt. Hickman LETTUCE AS SPRING CINE. MEDI- Grocery Co. Do your trading here Who Taught Her Caution? Isnht'l, ngod four, was talklnn to an Imnplnnry friend over the tolephono. when hor mother hoard her say "Walt n mlnut- - llofksy. my brother Is right hero listening to nil you sny. and my mother Is In the room, too; don't tell mo about It now " Dollnea tor. and save money ... 3 ONE DOLLAR OPENS Paid on Savings and Time Deposits Hickman Bank Oldest Bank in Fulton Co. JNO. V -- W.C. HKFl Cashier I.K, Asst. Cftihlcr Jr1 ' J Practical Fashions LADIES' SHIRTWAIST. The Real Mourners. Tho null Pud How did you lose your tall, old mnn? Tho Yellow Cur In a trolley accident. Tho Bull Pup Do you miss It much? The Vollow Cur Not as much as tho boys do who used to tlo tin cans to it. Long Time Between Calls. Pearl Yqs, Porcy Van Plcklo gone. Ho says nil his friends My child, vihcn we consider thlnss And how they nre arranged We learn that though we nil were kings We would not have them changed. Four Angers on each hand are placed Tc help us do our sums We could not add up bills hi haste If all of them wero thumbs. Our arms are where they need be, Tf they were otherwhere We'd all be utterly at sea In dolns up our hair: Our hinds are aptly fitted, too If they were at our feet, How could we evor tie a shoe Or help ourselves to eatT How excellent It U that ears Are set outside the head! It Is through them that each hears Each thins that may be sold. Our eyes, located as they are. Help ui to look ahead; We rould not look so very far Were they set back Instead. . on your Groceries Meats, etc I QOTTAGE HOTEL! W. tion. The best time to eat let. tuee Is In the morning, especially In sprlnn, when the of warm weather brings "spring fever," Indicating, the necessity for lessening the supply of heating material and for moving away the ashes' that have accumulated during the winter. Lettuce should be very carefully washed several times or In running water. It should be thoroughly masticated, like all other food. It Is best eaten alone, when there I no need of a full meal, In the morning, In spring especially. Cabbage, uncooked, spinach, cauliflower, tomatoes, cslery, belong In the same class as let tuce. It Is better to combine lettuee with one of these rather than boiled egg or other substantial proteld food. ad-vo- Lettuce is good anytime, If It be not Indiscriminately mixed with other foods. It should ba regarded as a food medicine, not as a part of the staple diet. It contains every mineral element needed for perfect nutri- Bowaro of substitutes nee that our Is on your plumbing und tinning jobs. John Cotton. trade-mar- k True Wisdom. wise man nlunys II nils assistance In everything, for his gift of wisdom good from consists , In extracting eory thing and everybody. Ituskln A Don't forgot to renew your subscription to tho Courlor. Tho paper stops whon tho tlmo Is out no England's Coal Fields. Tho conl fields of Kugland cover IS 000 wjuar. mill's I guarantee nil plumbing and tinning I do. If tho work don't como you up right and I can't out-talwo will cheerfully do tho Job ove- rlust llko any other plumber. Cotton. k J. COOK, Prop. uprlslit. UMS. by Juevpti It. UowIml. has call him a star. Huby (wearily) Oh, If he were only a comet Pearl A comet? Ruby Yes, and made only one visit In 76 years. The Poor Dard. "Cheer up. Homer." consoled the wifa of the struggling, poet "Surely some of those days something with your name will live." "Yes," grumbled the bard, as he surveyed another batch of rejected manuscript, "but I bet K It does It will be note." a promlse-to-nay one 1 BEST Final Settlement, All parties having claims against tho cstato of T. J, Johnson, deceased, aro hereby notified to file same with tuo, properly proven as required by law, on or before Jan. 1;L 1911. or bo forever barred. J.' IL ANDERSON, Admr. Original Meaning of "tfupper." To "sup," or taki "suptwr," Is now to cat the last tnwil of the day; but the original meaning of tho lurm wait to drink, a moaning still rotnlnt-by tho olosely bIIIihI word "sip." " From tho samo root wo got tho ord "anp and "soup" d J a Day House -1- The feet are sensibly disposed To aid one as he stands Klse every stroll would onn h clod While he was shaking hands; The back Is In the proper place- -It It should e'er be (tone Or changed to come below the face. What could we lie ypon? Let us rejoice that eyes and nose And ears are rightly fixed And that our Angers and our toes Are not displaced and mixed. My child when we consider things And how they are arranged We learn that, though we all were We would not have them changed. WILBUIl D. NE8UIT. N- Its about time for another flru. Let Kennedy wrlto you some Insurance today. If you don't belloro tho HLLouIm Fur. Co. sells stoves cheaper than anybody, go and see. Mistaken for a Deer. "SeoniB like I miss the old guide," remarked the amateur hunter, remlnls-centl"How does that bnppenT" "Well," drawled tho oung guide In the coonskln cap, "you miss him the last city hunter didn't miss' y. so klnrs. r Special &: .. Western Kentucky Offer i .$50.00 . 52.00 55.00 "Typewriting." "I've thought Pray tell me If Is manual, or Classified. said the earnest of It a lot you think that It H We expect to put out a greater number of farm wagons around close to home this year than ever before, and in ordc to do this wc are making the special prices below: Paris Pattern No. 29G2, All Seams not." Closing at tho left side of Proof of Heredity. "Anybody could tell that youngster The other gated about the room the front under the wide panel effect With corrugated brow, and made up In nlle greon perslan was the son of a Wall street man." And he said- - "Typewriting! Why, "Why?" lawn, this Is a dainty little model. think "Becnuso as soon as he got a presTho first three tucks either side of It's gtrlusl Just now." the front aro stitched their entire ent of a llttlo toy farm complete, bo length, whllo the others are stitched started In to break up all tho lambs." Welcome Home. to nearly the bust line. The caps "Why. there's Smith!" his friends are shouting to the sleeves are also A Thorough Job. "Where the dickens have you been!" tucked and trimmed and Insertions "Did you nail that lie?" "I've been out upon an outing of embroidery, similar embroidery "Yes, and hammered tho liar." In an Inning In an Inn." trimming the cuffs. The pattern Is in 7 sizes 32 to 44 Inches bust measure. For 36 bust the waist requires IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW. 6 yards of material 20 inches wide, AVt yards 24 Inches wide, 4 yards 27 What a heap of Happiness It Would Inches wide, Z yards 36 Inches wide, Bring to Hickman. or 2 yards 42 Inches wide; 2 yards of Insertion. To procure this pattern send 10 cents Hard to do housowork with an to "Pattern Department." of this paper. back. Write name and address plainly, and be ur to Rive size and number of pattern. Brings you hours of misery at Ids. ure or at work. KO. 2962. SIZE if women only know tho cause ; NAME Backacho pains como from sick kid neys, TOWN 'Twould aavo much needless woo. ,. STREET AND NO Doan's KIdneysPJHs euro sick kid neys. STATE JUJGE WISE Hickman peooplo ondorso this: ' I ' Mrs. R. L. Graves, of Shaw road. Business Philosopher. Hickman, Ky says: "I had an at Warning for the Modern Man. "Blind man'B buff Is a Jolly game," tack of kidney troublo which caused Before tho woman is .von she has my back to become very lamo and to bo wooed, and to woo her on the says tho Judge, "except when you telephone or the typewriter, as tla play it in a drug store. You aro weak. Headaches were common. I modern man apparently tries to do Is shown exactly what you want at the felt tired and found it difficult eomo dayB to finish my housework. to court disaster. Ladles F'-'- rt LearnHickman Drug Co." ing about Doan's Kidney Pills, I went to Helm & Ellison's Drug Store and procured a box. They rid mo of tho lameness in my back, restored my strength and mado it possible fop mo to do my housowork without any In convenience. I can say that Doan's IXdney Pills benefitted mo moro than anything olso I ever used." For sale by all dealers. Prlco COc. Foster-MilburCo. Buffalo, N. Y solo agents for tho United States. Itemcmber tho name Doan's and tako no other. Allowed. BawBBra mwmf 2?4 Thimble Skein Wagon, with bed, at " 3x9 ". " " " 3J 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. Gin furnish any height wheel preferred, the regular height, 42x52 inch, or the "" Upon investigation you will find these prices from $8 to $12 under most all other makes, and at the same time we propose to give you a first-clalight running wagon, made of bone-dr- y material throughout. ss 1 WE GUARANTEE EVERY WAGON right along side any other make for strength, light running, etc. Remember that while wc arc making extremely low prices, we propose to give you just as good a wagon as the other fellow is now charging you at least ten dollars more for. Mr. S. L. Dodds, the proprietor, having his own timber and mills, is in position to build wagons for much less than those who are compelled to go on the open market for their supply of material. Being a large planter, Mr. Dodds uses a great number of wagons, and is in position to know just what style wagon suits the farmer best and is now having wheels made with extra thick tires, deeper felloes, larger hubs and all other parts ironed in proportion. BOTTOM F'ojcr FARM 5 INTEREST Sale n LONG TIME fine cotton land, 3 miles west of Hickman. 7 houses, good fences, 3 good wells, curbed with brick, 1 good cistern, good hay shed and fine field of alfalfa cut four crops first year. Land adjoining selling for $75 to $100 per acre. TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER 250 acres Little Bernlco, aged three, was taken to the barber shop one day to have her hah trimmed. A few days later her mamma nsked her what she saw at the barber shop, whereupon she answered. "O, mamma, thoro was a man came In, and put Icing all over his faco" The Delineator. Biggest lino of stoves in Hickman, prices range from $3 to $25, both wood and coal, at tho St. Louis Fur- nlshlng Co. "We can save you from 2D to CO per cent if you buy here. II. B. Threlkold, wife and sonopent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. J. M. Honoycutt, at Woodland Mills. Thoy wero nccompanied homo by Miss Lin-nl- o Threlkeld, who will spond tho wcok In Hickman. As the Child Saw It. 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 s wagon that will best suit the farmer. first-clas- A 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, W. A. DODDS VTu " AJjjJJ!MiJ.'a HICKMAN WAGON CO INCORPORATED A