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The Hickman courier: November 24, 1910 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 hic1910112401_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: November 24, 1910 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v Mm-Only 26 More Shopping: Days Before Xmas. Shop Early! A BLUE MARE HEBE Dr, J. 0. Stubbs No. 1 I IS DENTIST la Ode Rulldinq, over HrrrtTii More I 'tone THE HieKMHN COURIER. tne Commercial Uagon up thn Hill of Success. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. Grease thB Rxles of Your Wagon, no.su bn exnlreil ltenew promptly If yr u wnnt tho pnprtocomo to you after thU mon h mean thnt roar Advertising is the Team that Old Man, and Let's Hitch U ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1SOO 0f.Di:8T PAPBB IN WKBTERN KENTDOKT volume ni HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOV. 24, WINS AT THE BEAUTY SHOW 1910. whole NO. soria I? t4 Telling the Truth. thnt mi editor recently announced that for one Issue only ho would toll tho truth Ilia pure, unadulterated tnitli. Hero is one Item from that buuo: Ib wild t r IV I It TARPINE Nnturc's own ready relief for coughs, colds, wheezing, bronchitis nnd lung ailments. Nothing else quite so good, so sure, or so quick. Cheap enough. .(" Miss Kitty Darling of Plymouth, England, Defeats Former Queen In Prize Competition. Horo Is tho beauty queen of Kurop jsbo haM been voted that honor at tho International bentity competition at Moreover, sho defeated 1'olkatono. MIrb Mnmlo Whlttakor of tho beauty queen of Cngland, In tho prlzo compcUtlon. Tho International beauty queen Is Miss Kitty Darling of Devonshire, and she Is just 17 Sho had never Folkestone Kng. The Clothes WE SELL Are the Product of the Most Skilled Clothing Experts in the World . 6- - "Married: Mint Hylvn Smith and Mr Junius Montgomery, hint Tuesday nt the llaptlst parsonage. The lirldo in a very tinllnary girl about town, who doesn't know, nny rnoro about rookjug than n rabbit. 8I10 Ih not' a beauty by a long shot, and Imu n Kail like u fat duok. Tlie Broom known an an uplo-dnlloafer, and )iiui novor dono an linuadt day's work In hi Ufa. They will lmvw a lough time of It. and we wllhhold our for w don't bollevo tlmt any kooI onn come from mioh n maro 25c a Bottle HELM & ELLISON Kng-.lan- riage." It I not Hiatal aa to whether tlw Iiapor suspended publlrnUoii, but you may draw your own coiioIimIoihi. Did You New Hotel Rules. regu-latloitfi of yp3 if Arn I .. v k iJj In style and looks they set a pace that always lands them a winner with men who know. Every shrewd clothing wearer recognizes their quality value. We insist on your giving us a chance of pointing out to you in person the many advant-age- s in fabrics, styles and make they contain. Come in today you'll not be urged to buy. Prices range from Following nro tho rule and ixM4lud In a woetoru hotel: Hoard 80 Cver Hear cents lmr square foot Men Is oxlnt. Guests nro requested not to speak of anyone who cver Jost money by ' buying real estate In Hickman where u tho dumb wnltor. real estate.-- Is always higher next OusntH wishing to t up without year? So don't wait until next year being onllitd can hnvo flour to buy, but come to tho big lot sale for lunuh. on Thursday Dec. 1st, 10:30 a. m. You can buy these lots at your own Guest wishing to do n llttlu ilrlv-lsolf-rlsln- g $14.50 to $45.00 All the correct styles in Hats, Shoes, Shirts and Neckwear. J 13' n price. Thaw has returned from a several mouth's stay la New Orleans. M. I), will find n hantmor and some nails In tho closet. If Uio room guts too warm, open Uio window and mo Uio fire escape Turkey will Lis to jiroUy sjood today, aftr o luuoh rooMer on Nov. iUi. - C. M. Doiiham, of Sobogo Lake, 2ie. and Mossrs. Unites and ltoul. of Ghl-- , spent tmural days with Joo CaultUon nnd Al Karl a on lleolfoot lout week. Mr. Doiiham Uio derrick at tho Mougtil llox factory and Mr. Ormou installed tho 11000 switchboard at tho uuour mill. If you nro fond of nUtlelles nd to tseo good Jumping, rabw the mattrwa and boo Ui bed aprlnr. bofoco presented nor claims for tho dl tlncUon conferred upon her, but, n with hor wlnsomo, roguish Devon ISasabnll unUiusIaittfl who dettlr littlo praoUcu will find a pttohor on beauty, sbo quickly secured an oven wholmlng voto. tho stand. Miss Whlttakor, the formor beauty go out tako a soda If tho lights queen of Cngland, who, of coureo, also Umt Is light enough for any man. loses that Utlo since Miss Darling's victory, was given second honors. Anyono troubled 'wlUi nightmare Third honors In tho International con-tos-t wont to Mllo. Hlrnono do Dory) wilt find n halter In tho barn. of Paris. Don't worry about paying jour bill; Haven't All Your Friends. Uio house Is supported by Its foundaOitby Is Drowned In a DuckeL tion. 8npulpa, Okla. Mrs. T. U. Scobey, Who Invested In Hickman real eswife of a brakeman on tho Frisco tate made moneyT On Thursday, awoko In Uio morning to find thnt her year old bnby had fallen from tho bed C. II. Wright will movo Ills groDec. 1st, at 10:30 a. m., you will have an opportunity to buy lots at cery tttoro Into ono of tho buildings head first Into a buckot of water ami tho lattor drowned. Tho woman Is threatened your own price. You make the price In tho Hond with tho loss of hor mind. and we make the terms and tho part of UiU week. JIo will bo Uio open buslnoss there terms are easy. first moroliant to WILLIAMS' KIDNKV PILLS. Hnvo you neglected your kidneys! Hnvo you overworked your norvoua systom and cnused trouhlo with your kidneys and blnddorT Have you pain In loins, sldo, back, groins and bladder! Havo you a flabby oppearaneo Handles Everything in the way of of tho face, especially under tho oyea Too frequont n dcslro to pass urine? If so, Williams Kldnoy Pills will euro you. Hickman Drug Co. Prlco 60c. A lino Lino of llorso HhinUcls and Lnp Robes Just Received Ilk n jlifxrrTUJiJtt- J Millet & Alexander Meets usual Fate. Alitor J. IU Lemon, of Uio May- flold Mossongor has tho following to soy: May be Disqualified, Wlillo Caleb Powers, thrico convicted and twlco pardoned for alleged complicity In tho assassinaUon of Gov. William Goebcl, has been olectcd to represent the Eleventh district in Congress of Uio United States, which meets on March 4, next, ho may, after nil, foil to reallzo tho ambition of his life, as it is said that n concerted movement will bo mado by Uio Democratic dclcgaUon from Kentucky in Congress to atWISE. JUDGE tack his eligibility on Uio ground that Business Philosopher. ho has been charged nnd convicted dodgo thoso of a folony and has novor been ac "Troublo never trios to quitted by a Jury. wlio do not try to dodgo It," says your troubles tho Judge. "But all over drugs and prescriptions may bo Speculators. easily dodged by going to Tho Hickman Drug Co." You will miss the chance of your life If you fall to attend the Great Lot Salo at Hickman, Ky., Thursday, Dec. 1, 10:30 a. m. You Will make The Only Role for Him. Torpid Thomas What do you tlnk, the price and we will make the old pal? A swell guy approached terms and the terms will be easy. mo posterday an wanted me ter act In a movin' picture play. Champ Clark has enough votes Languid Lawrence Sufferln hobos t pledged to nominate him for SpeakAn' why didn't yer, yor idiot? Torpid Thonuus There wuzn't no er of tho Houso nt tho Demooratlc elttln' part in Uio drama he wuz caucus. Tho Indications aro Uiat ho will havo not loss Uian 125 votes. A big shipinont of coal is coming down Uio Ohio river out of Uio ICan Cold Storage Variety. Restaurant Patron Why, theso awha. It contains 2G0 barges, with eggs aren't cooked at all I 3.00O.000 bushels. Waltor Til swear they woro In tho jwater three minutes! Restaurant Patron Perhaps but It takes that long to thaw them out, doesn't It? -- ASK FOR RATES- per-duci- HICKMAN HARNESS CO. Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars; If you want to get your money's worth buy from me. I use the best of leather and stand behind all goods that I make. It will pay you to look over my stock before you buy. Harness and Shoe Repairing a specialty. Give mc a call. Farmers ftETitank A. J. WRIGHT, MgP. ii1itijmMl TAKE NOTICE... : ; ; ; USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS : : : ' - "Tho Fulton Tribuno has suspended publication because it was a bad Investment. Tho promoters of thin paper, during tho short timo it was published, lost about J 1000. This Is only another caso of people who know vory littlo about tho nowspaper business who undortako to mako two papers prosper in a town that Is not largo enough for ono to bo n financial success. Tho day has como In tills country wlion it takes money to run a nowspaper, besides an unlimited amount of energy nnd labor. There nro many towns much larger than Fulton who havo tried two dally newspapers nnd In nlmost every ono or both havo boon signal failures. Tho sonUmout, prejudice, and dcslro to run a newspaper nro ArUoIes of IncorporaUon havo boon not ovqii essentially necessary of ILi filed b'y Uie 1st I'rosbytorinn Church, success, It requires n fuw things of of Wntor Valley, Uie said oliuroh to which Uio public knows very littlo. bo affiliated wlUi Uie Prlnoeton Pre We prosumo it will bo n long tltno bytory of Uio Kentucky synod. The paper will bo , beforo nnoUier dally objeots and punoflofl are to organ-izoIn tho City of Fulton. mnlntnlii nnd Qoutlniio n local ostablltdied TJio nowspapor graveyard nt Uio church at Water Valloy. The prosont contains many tombstones are II. M. IJarnos, W. M. tell of many llarnofl, Geo. V. Woaks, J. A. Lntta w'Jioso Inscriptions young nowspapors that have started and T. U. Eakor. up oxpccUng to llvo and prosper and run oUior nowspapors out of business. This thing of running nowspapors out of bublncss Is nn undertakDorena Notes. ing which fa novor dono by Uioso who understand tho situation and llio fa rm ore nro busy gathering tho necessary requisites to It." Uiolr corn this boauUful weathgr. Incor-pomters ' -- Ill Business Directory & : ; ; ; ; : ; ; . Owing to the fact that some of our customers arc tory in paying their Water and Lights Accounts, which are due and payable at our office ON OR BEFORE THE 10th of each month, we wish to announce that in the future the rule governing this branch of our business will be enforced to the letter. Our Collector will make collrctlonsJon Main street only, between the 1st and 10th ofcach month, and will call but one.tlme for this account. Failure to see you does not exempt you from the penalty of being cut off. Parties living in the outskirts of the city will please arrange to cither send check or money, or make arrangements with one of the banks to pay their accounts. dila- Don't think that you will bo the favored one as wo will enforce the rule regardless of exeep lions. Coal Co. Hickman Ice Incorporated J. T. DILLON, Manager ii V yyyyyyyirfijtfiiiMHVMMMMMMfBil NEXT FRIDAY Walking Cake at Clmrloy and Earl Dill, of Hickman Hardware Co. r. Huntingdon, Tonn., aro tho guusts of ;r Air. White tills week. :r Como nnd boo tho groat cooking Uov. Uatyo enmo to fill his regular : wonder at our storo all next week. .ippolutmunt Sunday and brought wlUi : You hnvo a ohanco to got a Souvenir : - him lilt). Keimoy, of Martin, for the Set of Wnro Freo. Seo largo purposo of ordaining J. O. King nnd Uils papur. Hickman ,111 HokIo Lawrence as Deacons of the Ilnrdwnro Co. : llnptlst Chiiruh which was lately or: ganized at this plauo., : Our Twin Auctioneers. :' G. It. Carpontur and wlfo, of Hick: man, visited 11. U. Whlto mid family They havo a record for selling a : Sunday. lot a minute, crying the same bid for )r tho same lot at tho same time In LIUlo Poarl Fanner has boon sick the same tono of voice. You can :f : tho past week. hear them by attending the Great : Noah Alexander, of Tronton, Tonn., Lot Sale at Hickman, Ky., Thursday, who was formorly n rosidunt of this Dec. 1st, at 10:30 a. ni. : community, died last Wednesday. : Tho Troy Tribune, Nichols & Jack: son editors, has susponded publica:M. F. Sharp, of Kentucky, was :r tion under tho present managomont. prcsldont of tho American Society of Uqulty nt Indianapolis. A. J. Wright and wife visited FulAtty. It. n. Flatt was hero from ton friends last week Clinton on buslnosa Tuesday. ; ndvor-UHoinont Public Schools Closed; o McMURRY Attorneys-at-La- FLAT i; r Tho City Hoard of Health ordored Offlt-- ovor Hickman Drug Compan Hickman, Ky. Uio Hickman public schools closed Monday and to stay closed for Uie remainder of tho week on account DR..E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. of Uio provalenco of dlphthoria lit Dentist this vicinity. Davidson's old stand. Phono No. 2 Thoro havo been a fow cases horo Hickman, Ky. for sovoral weeks, but Uio Hoard thought tho situation was woll In HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. hand nnd no serious results would follow. Unfortunately ono denUi has Funeral Directors and Embnlniers. occurred and a few nioro cases Jmvo Phono 20, day or night. dovolopcd and It was thought advisHickman, Ky. able to close the pohools for a short tlmo. ltov. W. O. Stockton, pastor of th' rrosbytorian Church, will preach ai Watch it! Tho prices of corn cot- Uio Christian Church next Sunday nt ton, wlioat, beef, and pork may go ternoou at 3 o'clock. down, but talto noUco that tho pricWo wnnt you to call at our stoi' es of goods you buy in Uio storos will stay up. Tlio tariff don't offect during Majestic Demonstration we k Uio prices of tho farm products, but Nov. 3S to Dec. 3, and get a Souve It puuj up and keeps up Uio prices nlr Sot of Majestlo Ware Hickman Hardware Co. of tho manufacturer's products. -- ifj mltiiam nmft,WtfM .nu...i.OU Jr r- - "Hf " tim ,i 'L 11 WWWWfoV i. Amber rs Favorite Molasses JUST ARRIVED Mothers! You U Have More To be Thankful for... When your children start wenring CADET HOSIERY. "Cadet" Scientific Hosiery is all reinforced with linen that's the secret of its unrivaled wearing strength Comes in three weights light, medium and heavy, for men, women and children. Price 25c Better hose arc not made. A new line just received. Try a pair and be convinced. Cant' Get Gars. Tho car famine and lack of river transportation together have almost put tho cotton and grain buyers out of business. More than $100,000 wort!) of cot-to- a Is laying on tho rlvor bank for shipment, and to cap tho climax, tho Leo Lino people now refuse to Issue a bill of lading, theroby tlulng up tho business in a financial way. Besides this, the local gin people have several hundred tons of cotton seed on hand and cannot get care to ship them in. Never In the history of Uio town havo wo boeu so handicapped In the matte: of transportation, and It Hill cost shippers thousands of dollars In tho ond. Unless Hickman succeeds in getting tho Mississippi Valley Transportation Co. to put In docks and stop here, tho situation will likely bo no hotter next year. Mr. down, representing this now boat lino, has bocn hero this week trying to sell tho balance of tho stock required by tho company from Hickman In order to put in the $10,000 dock, but the prospect for getting tho amount Is not altogether rosy. A Courier representatio Uoj gono with Mr. Broun to Mult quite a number of our business tnen, and all agree that it Is tho or-'- remti for tho transportation evil, but some of their financial tales of woe would touch tho hardest heart. And, still there aro a good many men who strained a point and showed where they stood when it comos to helping tho proposition. It's a shamo that Hickman should be asked for the least amount of any town along tho lino and then be pointed out as having "laid down ' Next year when tho transportation skeleton dances out of tho closet a- gain, wo havo no ono to blame but ourselves. Enough has alroady been lost this season to moro Uian take tho stock the boat lino wanted to placo here. Tho Hickman Ico & Coal Co. closed a deal Tuesday night for a new 100 klllowatt gonerator which will tako tho placo of their CO klllowatt machine, and contracted for all the material necessary to put In the new Tungsten. Street Lighting System, as mentioned in lost week's paper. Tills deal not only means that Hickman 'will havo a modern street lighting system with five times more light than wo havo at present but will greatly Improto their sen Ice in business houses and residences. Hickmanites should certainly be thankful today for this progressive step. Our street lights heretofore have been nothing to brag about, and so far as the company was concern' cd, they were under no obligations to lmprovo tho situation, but Man agcr Dillon and his Board of Direct ors bcllove in doing things anyhow, regardless of expense. Tho result of tho whole thing is that Hickman will be ono of the best lighted towns in tho state, and there Is nothing too good for Hickman and COMMISSIONER'S SALC. Fulton t'lrtult t'ourt. Kentucky Hi lm A: KUUsou. plaintiff, analimt Kobi-r- t IStpilty OrlKKH, dcMidnnt By iniiM of a Judgment ami onlcr of hhIi- or Fulton circuit couri. ren d rfl at the SpleinlMr trm theivof litlt), in the allow for lh sum of Seleutwn iul to KM) DollnrM with intorwt at tho rnt or lx mr mt niiniini from the lflth day of July, 1IH, until paid, and coat IutIii, I trtmll pitctHHl to offu for mi1 at l he Court llouav door In Hick iiihiv. Kj , to the hlght bidder, nt I'UHMC AUCTION, on tiw IJlh day of December, 1010, at 3 (Ml o'rlocK p. (blHg CVmiiO' in . or ttterenboiit Court (Ik)-.- upon cisllt of alx moa , tile following dvwcrilMNl proiwrty, int both lots: wild lots nrc ditiiKimted on plan or map of Went lllrkiunn. Ky , nlno lot No. 271, as the name Is known nnd dcslgimtcd on plan or map or went Jllckumn. Ky Or sufficient thereof to produco tho HUiim of money m ordenMl to Ik inailit. tlie purchaso price, tho purchaser, with approved or securities. iiuihI oxecuto Ihiud, hiring legal Into'rtmt from tho day of sale until paid, and having the force nnd effect of u Judgment. Bidden will bo prepared to comply promptly wlili thiHMj turinn J. It. MILNKIt, Com. Ir mK-urll- ) to-w- it Kaat hih! "; iSmith & Ambergssa llickniHii. aa tauoo lire aliiiwH diliwtfHl on plMn and Mtip' of ICaat IKrkMmii. Kentucky. Or auMcleiit thereof In produce Dip mihi of mHy ao oriterrd io be made For ttM jwrciiaw? prloe, tlw purvliAaer, vtUt awrovwl awcurk or (curUlf. muat exeit HoimI, ber line 1km1 I h Urea fnxn tb tug- of wilo iiutil And harlnc thr fort him! offrct of a jH(laHot. IMWera Hill 1m- - prpmv to comply promptly with Mi two itiraw - Ixut No 207 ami 1W In It. i. Prwton or Sat Kipilty. Alwootl, dufiMidaut, By virtue of a Judgment nnd Order COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Fullon Circuit Court, Kentucky. plaintiff. ngaltiNt W. S. Klllnon. or Fulton Circuit Court, ren-(Iht- m. J It .MII-NI- Coin. of, 1UI0, in th u1mii osiiikh, for tho with !ntnni nt thf mto turn of or par wnt per annum from th . 191- - until paid nnd lny of herein, I shall irooxd to offer for will nt tho Court llouito dixir In Hick nmii. Ky.. to lhr hlKhmt bidder nt PUBLIC AUCTION, in (ho Hih day p of lfceiiitMr. 1910. ntTt.eo o'cliK-(Ixtlng County ni., or tliermltout Court day), uikiii a credit of Six mos the follow lug dem:ribiHl prnMirty, ono-fourt- h nt tho Hoptotubur Term there- to-wl- t: p p V : I kV. 5 UMmM:msm .1 If you aim at m clothes. Ir you want best, fabrics, correct style and fit, and complete satisfaction in every way, then be sure of 1 her people i N shooting a rifle or buying clothes, the only way to be sure of hitting the mark is to aim at it. It all de- - w all-wool Working on Levee, dl, k Tho N., C. & St. L. railroad company has begun work on their part of tho West Hickman levee, starting Monday. About 25 negroes in chargo of Fore man Nelson aro now doing tho preliminary work In tho neighborhood of tho depot. Fifty teams, scrapers and as many men aro oxpected to arrive hero today to begin tho grading proper. Tho steam shovel will also bo put Into service. Wo under-Blantho dirt for making tho fill will bo gotten at "Camel's Back, ' a fchort distance abovo town. Tho city's ond of tho work has not started, although tho Board expected to bo at work first of tho week. They aro waiting to get permission from tho government authorities to connect tho now lovco with tho government loveo. No troublo Is oxpeted from this sourco, however, tho Board has decided to wait for a definite answer from tills department. d fc Hart Schaff ner & Marx d New styles, new weaves, new colorings and patterns; special things for young men.... name in the clothes ; and that's merely a way of saying, jjj' S' "Come to us and buy them.' Suits $20 to $25 j Overcoats $ 8 to 25 1 g To those who do not care to pay quite so much for a giof suit, we are showing unusual values at $1 2.50 to $15. Boys Perfection Knickerbocker suits $2.50 to $8.50. I want to rent about two rooms, preferably furnished, suitable for light housekeeping, during tho win- - V tor and early spring, with good fain- Nj - ily on tho hill Address, Noill, Hlcknmn ,Ky, a. w. Mc- - Miss Bertie Glover left Wednesday for Union City to iiiako lior homo. I2szjrssxx&sxvxzi 1xr,xvYVT''V'.'.i mmmm Smith & Am berg: x ratSf.UMM COMMISSIONER'S SALC. llll An undlrlded Interoft In Fulton Circuit CoHrt, KMilcky. 14? acres or laml bulng lot No 0. Mm A lie V Wltoon BU.. pltintlff. CSVfc ncrixt 81 ftgainat A N Kln Rtc., (MMuIaut containing northnerwu. and ond of No t. off of lht lenity By virtw of h Ju4gHent awl Or- an hIiomii nnd daalgtuild In thw coin tuUhlniHtr'n report In tho illilnlon of itur of nlv of FuHom ClrcMit Court, the tat of Mury F. Cowglll, aa I rt'iulvml at the Soptcmbr TM-m- , in C & V. Book No I, pane tlir-of- , 1910, In the nbow cnimw. for ICC In clerk of tho wHa the aum of at tta FuHon the office of the County Court. per rrut ier mmb friNn ratv of Or Hfflclvnt thereof lo produce the -Uiv lay of , urtll intkl. monwy HM o ordered to be ami cfmta kvrln. I aball proci to loade. of For tho purclmm. prlre tho offiT ror Mi at tbi Coort IIohm pHrohaiwir, with npprod WMiiriiy of door In IHckawn. Ky . to th htght MCHrltlen. uituH xcut IUhmI. bear bUld.T. at ITHUl' Al (TlON. om til lug leflMl IlilotNwt from the day of day of DfitmiUr. 1I0. at S.M .iti itil, ami linvlinc the foiro p w.. or OitirmtMHtt (btHI sal uhIII o Un-MUld.m t'ouiHy t'ourt daj upuu a cnkH of ami effect of a JudcmeMt piiiHiHl wlfl he preierei to comply t ii Six Month. ta follow ikiacrtbed with thee. Urme pnnwrty. J. It. MILNltlt. Com FIIWT TRAIT Forty acre of wlml la known aa the dowr tract of COMMISSIONER'S 8ALE. Miranda T Wllaon In the worth wee Fulton drewlt Court. Kenturky qiiart.-- r of Sn-tlu, T. 1. It. 5. W: Mm. Mas Taylor, plaintiff, ojwliut Ncliiiiliic at h ataka IS nxU naat of K Mm- N eormir of aaM areUon, Rimh N. Taylor. Kto . defendant Soutti. thenoe mmC io the Jm Witty. Ily rlrtwe of a JiidiMtent and order TuriMT Him aMffletenUy tar to eon tain forty acre; eottryI by MlrnH- - of Slo of FHlton C4rciU Court, ren ila T WIUkih to Q 8. and Alto I' dared at the September term thereWilson on do of awl wwy of, 1910, In the nbore mi wo, ror the with iMereet al the rate Mi to A. N. Kin by Alkf I. Wll tun or por cent per niiutim rrom tin- wn and fottr of th Uim of O 8 of ilay of 101. until paid and Wtlaou ami tkat of tin- - aalo prtc of mid traot Im HHd eoeiN herein. I ahall procetMl to offor a Hen on Mid forty acre, for'fcnlo it (he Court llwimt dixir In bearliiK intermit from 4a of mUi lllckumii. Ky., to the klUil bidder at IHUII.IC AUCTION, oh the I:Ui until tliK arnml of of Attn ! WHmiii. RtoiMr Wltoon ami Oary Wll dny ol December. 1910. at S HO o'wui. infant heir of U. 9. Wllaon, or clock p. hi , or thereatxHU ( being until twiii rkn la NmumiI ami anlil Countjr CiMirt dny). upon a crudlt of IHtyinoiit ortlereil huuI by orders of Six Months, the folio In detwllwd property, Court HRCO.VI) TIUCT: off The rcl of of Tlie north2 17 the aerea of landland, In lot No. division or land In T 1. It. S. W. In KuMoti County, Ky . befflHHlHK 1 1 rodH miK of I.Htleberry ami Sarah Taylor, mid Lot No 3 eoHtalnlng M5 of the MMithwtwt corner of the N'W and betag In tho IJr of Sfc 22. runnlMK tht'iicr whM acrea wore or H roln lo 81 Crorkrtt'a SIC Cor In oath iMirtlon or the mratiiw.wt quar the NW Qr. of 8ec 21. theHo north ter or Rec C, ami mirth portion of Willi SI Crockett's line M uartr or S- - 7, nil pole to the ftoiHhweal tlie rrek, Uhmic with the ineniKiera in T. I, It. 3, W; ami la the muiio of mild crok in a iHirtlmmatcrly dl land conwywl by O 8. Taylor. Itoea rectlon to a stAke wltli two gum bhii-- K. Hexton and 151 ki Taylor to T K liUKH aa iK)liitm ami about II rrTTTj Tnylor. on the SKth day of AttuuM. oast of tlie old SI Cnckt' llite. J190I. which conwyanco Is roconliil thence kouUi tit the beginning, con- in tieeii oook :i. irnge 4X5 of the taining twenty arraa; beitiK the land Fulton County Court Clerk's ofrice Or mifflolout thort-o- f to produco roneyHl by Miranda T. Wlkton to the Bums of money so ordered to bo W K Wriglit and now own byA mailo. For tho purclmso price, tho N King. THIIU) TIUCT: The remalmlor of jiuroliawr, with approved security or Inxir-liHlilimt ox. cute aa tract or S$!h!U,"k iiohii T. the dou-- r decaol, aeourltlea, liHenwl from llond.day or leml the Wileoii, out of the eatate of Mile until (Mild, ami having the force a" n w',tan' decoaaed, which dow- - and effect of n Judgment. Didders 'Si T as lotted contained 98; naroti null will be prepared to comply promptly t,,e orderpd .old by this Judg with UietMj tonus. J. II. M1LNHU, Com. hub tinm tma is a portion ent 5 of Rjllnn loft nflur taking the tracts In r'ln named ua one and two, from bald original ilowor, lenviiiK tho n- Arrest Bootleggers, fj5, mount onlorod koIiI ah this llilrd tract X or about ShV aorofl. Itoy Stouer and S2!i:Uiol Stoner, minor lielrs. aro to Sciliavo n lien on this third trnot onch Sherirr Johnson and Munduil John wH for ono-thlof what the Uirue traeta 2 may bring, to remain n lien until un-- Wrljrht went down In the bottom nftcr a notorious boot ledger l Monday collucLnd by this court, or til tho ariival at ago of on oh of thorn. who haa lieon plliiK Ills unlaw rill XV 0r BUfficlent thereof to prwjuco trade ror some time. the sums of money so ordered to be fj. inside. learning rrom some negroes who For tho piirchntio prlco, tlie purcliasur, with approved security or they saw drinking in the road that jjj iHturltloH, must exeouto Bond, hcar-?- tho man wns W. I). WaHhbiirn. a lug legal interest from tho day of whllo man living on Vnl Carpenter's j5jit;ilo until paid, and having tho force farm, thoy nrroaind him and brought J? and effect of n Judgment. Bidden him to fjt will bo prepared to comply promptly Hum of town. He khvo bond In tho 200. IK wlLh tonus. J. It. MII.NBIt, Oun'r. At tho last softflton of tho grand Jury an effort was made lo Indict COMMISSIONER'S SALE. WnMhburn, but none could bo round Fulton Circuit Court, Ky. who would testify ngnlnst him. L. A. Donnoll, Kt Al, plaintiff, awas nlso plckeil up gainst Mrs. Kinina Donnoll, ildfund' by Bam Douglns for Iniollegglng. Ho tho officer rS'land Kipilty By vlrtuo of a Judgment and Order wvih rincil ?00 by Judge Naylor. Sale of Fulton Circuit Court, ren-jtlioro, nt tho September-Ter- m j.of, 1010, In the nbovo causo, for the Own Your Own HomeJ-"lt- 'B Easy" with inlorest at tho rato JSSlHiim of per cent per annum, from tho JM of On Thursday, Dec. 1st, we wlll'sell 101 day of yjQ until paid, nnd tho C costs heroin, I Bhall proceed to offer at auction In West Hickman fifty tS! for salo ntthnCoiirUtouBcdcorlntilck- - splendid lots. You will make the man, Ky . to tho highest bidder, nt prlco and wo will make tho terms h I'lTBMC AUCTION, oi tho 12th day and the terms are easy. of December, 1910, at 2:00 o'clock p. m , or thereabout (being County any), upon a crcuit or ix jmoiuiis, Everything for men and boys at II. SN tho following described property to- wit ofilio M Qr Tho east one-hal- f 11. C, V NW 13 Curlln's. fjj also, of Sec 20, T 1. F S. Moore nindo a buslnoss trip Nou 2 IS nnd 210 except sixty lot flf 0f 0f h0 norih elui 0f tc Mayflold today. lil re-rd- tntrt ll I to-wl- t. n llit-oc- v to-wi- t: !. & C Irt p Ilu-H- s - gj J! T f-- hi s Nelson-Wise- man. 1 Our Idea H.EC1 JRLIN'S House of Quality You know quality, know mntcrials nnd know styles. Every article in the entire house is made in the highest possible style, with quality unsurpassed for elegance. There arc no finer than I show, no matter what price you pay or whose label is on the goods. I guarantee every article sell, and if it is not all I said it was you bring it back and get you money. Is there anything fairer 1 H. E. CURLIN One Price to All Tho rltoa of matrlomony woro solemnized on Sunday, Nov. 20, between Miss Dortha Victoria Nelson nnd Harvey WlBoman, at tho PrcBbytorlnn parBonago In Union City, by Itov. J. II. Zwinglo. This wedding wns not n surprise to many na thoy havo boon frlonds bIiico cIilldhool. TJio brkle la Uio youngest daughter of J. II. NuIboii and wife, of East Hlckmnn, nnd a decided fnvprlto lior host of acquaintances. Tho Rnni Id tho youngest son of J. P. Wiseman and wifo, of East Hlckmnn. Ho Is n hustling young mnn nnd In woll known In Hickman, and vicinity, having sorved In Uio rapacity of clurk nt tho postoffice Homo two years ago. These young pooplo aro deserving of ovory gooil wish nnd nil tho Jo)'h Hint may fnll to tholr lot. Hero's wishing thorn n long nnd happy voyngo on tho soa of life vf Selling cloth- i 1 Mens Apparel X7HEN you come here for ing and furnishings you need not worry about the possibilities of getting something you won't look well in. It is a matter of personal interest to the management that every custom er shall look well in, and be satisfied with, what he buys here. When he tells his friends that he was fitted with a suit or overcoat, a hat or a tie, a shirt or a pair of shoes by us, we want that article to look so well on him that his friends will at once resolve to transfer their patronage to this store. That's the idea we're building on that's the idea we're building on that's why our service is a great convenience to you we assume the responsibility of clothing you right. It is in accordance with this idea that we selected the lines displayed at ihis store. The prices are as fair as the merchandise. Won't you come in and try this service? i M I, t -- Jr W- K iv K m lv is, It- . Pi A KATHLEEN HAMDY DEAD. Knthlcen, 13 months old daughter or Mr. nnd Mr. A. 8. Ham-bdied nt tholr homo Monday nt f o'clock nftor a short Illness or diphtheria. The llttlo lady waa taken III SunA Thanksgiving Tea. fow candles In brass sticks, some hav- day at noon nnd wns a corpso nt f ' A reception or tea on this fcatlval ing Uio tall glass ahados ono finds In o'clock Monday aftornoon. FenrltiK a aprend of tho dlsoa. day la dlatlngulshcd chiefly by appro-Ipriat- o Now Orleans. After this a huge lovdecorations, coaturaca and ing rup la passed, and all Join hands no funornl servlres wero held, and Uio Tho room a may bo com- standing up saying with bowed heads: city llttlo ono wns laid to rest In Uio oomotory Tiiosdny morning. pletely transformed by taking down Mr. and r.fiM. Hamby liuvo tho symyou and Ood bits mo, Orxl bW 'all the portlorea and other draperloa pathy of tholr many frlonds. Ool bin us evsry one. and replacing them with othera rnado ta cranborrlca strung-- on a atout, rod" A slmplo repast la served, with no thread. Popcorn atrung and alternat- servants in evidence, na this Is a Uma CHAPTER ORGANIZED. ing with the berries rnakoa a pleasing when tho children arc permitted to A incut I na? was hold nt Uio Masonic effect Btrlmts of cranberries are dress In costumes representing tho very pretty festooned ovor whlto win- 'Tllgrlm fathers nnd mothers,' and Hall Monday night by tho Iloynl Arch MasonB for orgnnir.lng purport dow curtain a. thoy servo tho fenst. Thoy first all a Chapter the Hlckmnn.of Something In Coyer lamps and all a: as and eleo-tri- stand around tho cnndlo-ll- t tablo and like 20 ir.imbera of Uils degree woro lifting with ahadea made from red, oat their five kernels of parched corn present nnd all went oiithuslastlo In white and bluo crepo ttsauo paper and In memory of tho tlmo when si! cur Jhu matter of orgnnlrlng nnd it Is ,fer stoola and dlrana have largo forefathers had for trlileh to bo hardly neceBnry to add that wo will pimpklna; they aro very comfortable thankful wan the fow grains of seed have a chapter. And aro admirably adapted for the corn, enough to allot only flvo grains The officers as olected at this meot-In- g ipurpoao. an iih follows: Tho uaual refreshments are to onch person. At tho cloao of this lU-(served wlUi tho addition of pumpkin supper n child Is chosen to repeat KiII J. Oolger. High PrlesL I)r H. K. Prathor, King. "chip" and the bonbon In the el or Hrowster's glorious admonition to C. P Shnmato. Sorlbo. colora. To make pumpkin chips, tho Pilgrims when ho bade them bo Tyler Ilenle, Cnptaln of Hostn. iwhlch aro qulto a novelty, select a truo to tholr promise. I quoto It It. A. Tyler, Prln. Sojourner. deep colored pumpkin, pool and allco hore, for It Is worthy of bolns rend II. N. Cowglll. Itoj-n- l Arch Cnptnln. 'very thin; to each pound of chip add by every one on tho coming festival C. II. Travis. Mnator M Veil. la pound of aujrar and a gill of lomon day: F. S Mooru. Master 2d Voll. Juice, with tho crated lemon rind; "Pleased will It bo for us, blessed FnrlH Nnlfeh. Mnstor 1st Voll. atlr well and let them aland over for this land, for this vast continent. II. C. Holm. Secy. night; cook very slowly unUl tondor; Nay, from goncraUon to gonoraUon Dr. J. M. Hubbard, Treaauror. INI then aklm tho chip out, let them will tho blessings descend. GeneraAlox Nnlfeh. Tylor. A chartor will ba proourbd nt onco stand two days to got firm, then put tions to como will look back to this thorn In a Jar with Just enough simp hour and theso scenes of agonizing nnd tho first rogulnr inooUng will Imj to keop them moist Theso aro often trial, to thts day of small things, and hold In a liort time. o taken for an cipcnslvo Imported say: 'Here was our beginning as .a A GOOD SHOW. No one recognizes tho plebeian people. Theso wero our forefathers. Negroes Fight Duel. pumpkin. Spices may bo added If Through their trials wo Inherit our Hlckmnn Iioh tho moat clovor set liked. blessings. Tholr faith Is our faith, of amateur nctors that ovor bnblnil Hot aplcsd elder or a elder frappo tholr hope our hopo, their Ood our up behind tho footllghU. Tlioso who may bo rorved and cranborry Ico God.'" witnessed "Ulh'opla" lnt Friday evAlbert Fuqua ami Sam Ferrlll, cream la dollcloua In flavor and looks. mo this Is a splondld way ening will bear ub out In this stateScorns to living In Uio lower bottom, Tho aandwlchoa should be of minced of Impressing historical facta upon ment Ono stretch of laughter nnd nn old family grudge Saturturkey and tho flowers rod and whlto tho minds of our young people, and It from Btnrt to flnisli. nnd carnations with cornflowers or bach- doea us older ones lots of good to not n hitch nnj1ioro along the line. day night, which resulted In tho death elors" buttons, as they aro blue. "Ktiropln" la a Bplondld little pro- of both. turn our minds and hearts backwards, If Individual molds are desired for remembering tho times whon this fair duction of Southern plantation life Forrlll was shot as ho wns stand'tho Ice cream, thev aro cunning little land wan not what It Is today and to In the enrly days, full of heart Inter-ofl- t ing In the door of his house, nnd ho nnd fun. nnd augmented by drills turkeys, and all sorts of vegetables. say a prayer of thankfulness for thoso in turn shot Fuqua. Ferrlll died in.Hbcafs of wheat tied with tho national who laid tho foundation on such a nnd good music. Some CO or 7G people took part In the performance stantly but Fuqua survived until Moncolors aro very decoraUvo ovor arch sound basis that wo may with grateTho piny wna put on by O. A. Park-e- - day. I5oth nogroes used shotguns. and doorwaya. ful hearts colcbrato our Thanksgiving under tho auspices of tho local and bad TJioy woro brothers-in-laA program of miulo consisting of day. chapter IT. I). C. To say It was n blotxl had existed betweon them for patrloUa airs would bo a dlvoralon MADAME MElUlt. success la putting It mildly. Every-thinsultabU for tho occaalon. wont went off with as much sonio tlmo. ens and grace ns profoBHionala might It would bo attractive to havo six Shorlff Johnson wiint down to tho girls d roused In colonial costumes to command. scono Sunday but no arrests wero We had Intended, na tho plnyers inado txa thoro was no ono olso Im.assist In receiving and to "pour" In ilflfvrvp, to aprend ourselvofl a llttl" tho dining room, also to preside at - TEbSBEBUnK In tho trouble. more on UiIb wrlto-up- , but wo are plicated tho frappo bowl Forrlll nnd Fuqua both had protty ton far behind with our work to do All coat and dress sleeves conUnuo so shady reputations with tho county Thanksgiving Day, to bo small. For However, wo Join tho hundreds wh nnd local officers, both having been Much gold and silver laco appears witnessed tho porformnnro. In wlshlig A yearly custom observed in tho in troublo a number of times. n spooily return of a almllar treat. (evening of each Thanksgiving day Is on stockings. Shopping bags aro a bit smaller so Intonating I want to toll tho de STOVES St. Louis Fur. Co. partment readers about It. Thoro or than last soason. FULTON CIRCUIT COURT. Suit coats nro generally short; sepsix famlltea with tholr connections, O. II. Moonoy Is on tho sick lls.t D. F. Clinmbors, plaintiff, vs. M. long. Occnr Salmon la in Charleston UiIb II. Shuck, dofendant. all relatives, cither dlstnnt or close, arate coats aro Shaggy goods aro tho order of tho Week. homo who meet at tho Notico Is horoby given to tho credHoliday neckwear on display at 11. itors In Uio above styled causo that of ono they call "great aunt" On day for outdoor wraps. tho undersigned commissioner will Chamois Is soon as tho facing to tho E. Ciirlln'B. theso occasions all tho old heirlooms Terrell Siilllvnn aiiont this week attend at his office In Fulton, Ky. aro brought forth, tho fireplace In tho brim of some largo hats. from this, tho 23d day of November Wool ombroldory Is tho latest trim- with rulatlvos In Mnyfluld. dining room la festooned with dried Jno. Morris nnd Itobt. Day wero unUl tho first day of tho January ming for aftornonn gowns. applo strings and red poppers. term of the Fulton Circuit Court to A touch of purplo in nearly any hero from Fulton, Sunday. nuts, elder and noncorn nro y Richard Honoycutt Is attending the rocoivo and hoar proof of claims 'servod Informally, and Uio first toilet Is a fnd of tho season. said party, and to tako proof All street skirts nro short about trnlnlnK school at Union City. la counting up tho "merclon" of of and nudlt any accounts between tho year. Every ono Is obliged to tako four Inchoa from tho ground. Mlf.8 I.lzilo Strong hna returned to tho parties hereto, and that nil perArtificial flowers will bo worn much Pndiicah after a visit to Mlsa Dora sona holding claims will file samo part In this. Thero la no light snvo Si). Ith. from tho logs In tho flroplaco and a with evening gowns this wlntor. with mo properly proven, or forovor Cue Throlkeld nnd wifo nr ovlslt-lnbo barred from collecting snino. frlonds In Memphis nnd CovingGiven under my hand, this tho 33d day of Novombor, liUO. District Conference. nnd J. W. Wntors to Paris, In Uio ton this weok. Tho Momphls ' Farmers Instltuto noxt Monday. J. It. MILNEIt. Com. In bobbIou at Pnducnh, adjourned Paris district. Every farmer who enn iwsslbly do bo Monday. should nttend. -- $25 -- Chest of Silverware $25 Tho appointments for thlB (Union Carl Fanner and Mias Mlnnlo Mnr-riFULTON CIRCUIT COURT. follows: City) District, wore oh of Iilton, woro guefltB of A. J. Will be o'ven away absolutely Free W. A. Dodds. plaintiff, vs. S. h. W. A. Frvaman, Presiding HUlor; Dodds, Eto., defendants. Wright nnd wlfo Sunday. by Investors Realty Co., at their Cayco circuit. It. A. Wood; Columbus. Not Ico Is horoliy given to tho Hum bolt, a negro on Vnl CArpcn-tor'- s Dig Lot Sale Thursday, Dec. 1st, at Wnlter of tho lllckinim Athletic AssoT. J. Dagby; CryBtal mission. place. Is In Jail on a chargo of 10:30 a. m. Don't fall to come. EvcommisJones, (nupply); Fulton circuit, H. ciation that tho undersigned offlco at running n pokur gnmo. ery member of the family will get will nltond nt his sioner II. Plquo; Fulton, W. T. Ilolllng. Fulton, Ky., from thlB Uio 23d day MIhh Cannon, lio hnB been visit- a guess at some of the handsome Oreonfltild, C. I). HllUnrd; Hickman. of November until tho first day of ing Miss Carpenter, loft today for prizes. 0. W. Wilson; Ilornbenk circuit. II. tho January term of tho Fulton Cir- Howling Green to Bpund a fow days. hoar proof T. Fuzzell; Konton nnd lluthurford. cuit Court to rooelvo nnd Association, Hoy McKlnnoy nnd Miss Sadie of clnlniB against said VE. M. MnthlH; Marlon circuit, T. J. nuil LADY BREAKS ARM. that nil purxoim holding claims Smith, of Pnducnh, wore gnosis of o Mrs. S. K. Davidson had the Feuthorston; Martin, A. J. Mpadurs; will fllo snmo with mo prnporly prov-o- Mrs. Florence first of the week. Thursday afslip or forever bo barred from collect-- I J. It, lloll, Biipornumorary; Moscow Mm. Hollo Muso ban returned to ternoon to her nnd fall resulting In kitchen, In hoi homo In Atlanta, fla circuit, .1. W. Hodges; Obion circuit. n if same. after a hand this tho 23rd visit with Hickman rolatlvon and her breaking her loft arm botwoen 01 von under-mK. II. Stownrt; HiiIbIoh circuit, h. tho hnnd and elbow. day of Novonihor. 1010. ft lends. Dr. C. W. Curlln wns called and W. Williams; Sharon nnd Vornon. It. J. It. MILNKIt, Com. MIrs Maymo Nnylor entortalned dressed her Injury. At present she M. Vaughn; Soutli Fulton circuit, 3. Tuesday afternoon TueHday aftornoon Is getting along as woll ns could bo S. Harrison; Slmron circuit, S. A. Gorman Adklsson wna arrested thin In honor of Miss Erllno Rood, of Hil- expected. S Wddiclc; week for bolng drunk and dlsonlorly. ton, and MIbb Qiimon, of Como, MIbs. Martin; Troy circuit, Carman; K. Ho waa fined In tho circuit court on Particulars next weok. Union City circuit, G. J. Uegulnr sorvlcoB nt tho Methodist CARD OF THANKS. II. Qnihnm, supernumerary; Union a compromise, $22. Wo desire to express our slncoro Church next Sunday by the pastor, City,' W. C. Scllnrs; Water Vnlloy Mra. Jno. Cotton nnd chlldron loft Itov. G. W. Wilson. A general Invi- npproclntlon of tho klmlncHs shown Sunday for Union City to mako tholr tation la extended, nnd till members us by neighbors and, friends during circuit, J. 11. Jonos. will probably go nr especially r'ii'Mted to bo tho Illness nnd death of our darling C. Johnson wan assigned to home. iJitcr they II. baby. A. S. Hamby and wlfo. Louis. BoiuIh station In tho Jackson district to St. Little y n e v nl ! n '! BRADLEY & PARHAM J. W. Purcell Dead. E. Ilottorsworth received a message r, Sunday night stating Uiat his J. W. Purcell, had died from tho result of an operation nt Jack son, Miss., Into Sunday evening. No furthor paJrUcuIars can bo had nt prcsont. Deceased was an old citlzon of Hickman, and ono of tho host man wo ovor know. Ho loft hero about two years ago and has resided at Warren, Ark. Ho wont to Jackson to' visit Will Ilottorsworth and to rocoivo treatment for stomach trouble Physicians found that an operation was necossary. The oporatlon was performed moro than a weok ago and Mr. Purcell was thought entirely out. of danger. Ills condition became worse Saturday nnd death resulted Sunday. Ilurial took placo nt Jackson. Deceased was about C5 yours of ago. stop-fatho- i it t 1 pro-serv- Ear Corn Wanted. Owing to the scarcity of cars and the market for corn here, we hava made arrangements for warehouse g E&KTOISS i : kh Ap-tilo- space and will pay 10 more per barrel than the market price for good merchantable corn, delivered at East Hickman or West Hickman (Drivers Gin) to bo applied on note or account. We will be willing to take the con on these conditions but we aro not In the market for corn where wo have to pay the cash. We realize on account of the scarcity of cars, many o of our customers are unable to of their crops and to accommodate them is our object In taking this corn. Do not ask us to tako moro corn than your note or account amounts to. To those that owe U3 we are going to ask them to come forward and settle your notes and accounts as we need our money to settle our obligations which we have contracted Ladles and must Insist on a settlement. You will receive a statement of We want you to atend'our Big Lot your account within the next few Sale In West Hickman, Thursday, days' and will consider it quite a faDec. 1st, at 10:30. We are going vor If you will settle. to give away absolutely Free a large HICKMAN HDW. CO. number of valuable presents. dls-pos- cero-imon- g cred-Hor- n Shorlff Johnson was In Fulton tho first of tho week nnd made tho following arrests, trials to bo had at the next term of the circuit court: J. A. Mllnor, carrying concealed deadly weapon. On Imiul. On Jim Eaton, snuio as .above. bond. Ed HobortBon, false swoarlng. Ho wns a wltnosH in the Uibrou lturtou murder case. Ed KnuokloB, onrrylng concealed deadly weapon. On Iniud. $100 Worth of Silverware -- $100 Will be given away Absolutely Free by Investors Realty Co., at their Big Lot Sale Thursday, Dec. 1st, 10:30 a. m. Every member of the family Is entitled to a guess at these handsome presents. You don't have to bid or buy a lot to get a guess. Tho ontortalnment committee of tho "U. I). C, having In chnrge "EUt'opIa" last Fridaj ovoning, wish to tnko this menus of thanking all who so kindly took (tail especially Mrs. C. F. llaltzer, who. In Uio faco of many difficulties, bo wil llngly and nhly assisted with tho uiti- bIo. Mrs. Hoy Clark. Mra. T. A. Ledfonl, MIhh Marie llrovtrd, X Coinmitti't' y T.. " Mrs. C. II. Parhant filed suit last weok against hor husband for dlvorco and has followed It up with anoUior petition Tor $3,000 alimony. Mr. Parham Is tho Junior mombor of Uio firm of Bradley & Parham. nnd n woll known business m"n. An attempt was made yesterday to settle tho matter, but this failed and the -- Gold $25 $25 Watch enso will probably bo aired In the next session of Circuit court Will be given away Absolutely Free Tho couple have been married for by Investors Realty Co., at their sevoral years and havo ono child. Big Lot Sale, Thursday, Dec. 1st, at 10:30 a. m. Remember you don't Miss Ltnnlo Throlkeld has return- havo to bid or buy a lot to get a ed to Woodland Mills nfter a visit guess Just be on hand. with Harry Threlkeld and family and Dr. S, K. Davidson Is hero from oUier relatives. Memphis this week. .... LJ .. t -- "" TattM1 MwwcMatteirkr:r l iat- 1 -- i THE HOBBLE SKIRT'S ORIGIN (pARE AT HARVARD IN 1850 This Freak Fashion May Have Been Started by Horace Greeley's Old Umbrella. Breakfast at Daybreak and Dolled Dinner Two Days In the Week. h j r tration what a striking similarity thoro Is between it and tho fashion-abl- e hobble skirted woman of today. Hero in America thoro is very lit-tlo said ngnlnst tho fnd, except that tho men of Now York have risen as n body, demanding that no hobblo 'skirts bo worn in tho vicinity of tho 'Flntlron building. How is tho hobblo skirt going to affect tho great question of tho hour woman suffrage Tho movement Now York. There is every reason Th0 tudentn lodged in tho dorml- to collovo thnt tho liobnlo suirt crnzo jtorlcs and ate nt tho commons. Tho In not an Importation from Frnnco, too& tnen pnrtaken of with thankful- but was started in this country many ncgB wouia now bo looked upou ns yours ago, In an indirect way, by Hor- - ,prison fnro. At breakfast which was nco Greoloy. scrvod at sunrise in summer nnd t It all began with Mr. dreoloy's fa- daybreak in winter, thoro woro doled mous old green umbrella, for nnyono out to oach student a smnll can of uncan see by tho accompanying illus- settled cofTee, a slxo of biscuit, nnd a Hxxae cfoiaxL? letters. We guarantee they arc genuine and honest statements of facts. Crcssnn, l'n. " Flvo years njxo T had n utul fall, nnd hurt myself inwnrdlj. I wns tinder n doctor's enro for nine ;'''; bollle wnt nnd when I Mopped 1 jjrew worse niln. I took for a dlrcclcil, pnimd. Itns J,ydla 15. IMnklmm'M Veil ctablo I nnd now 1 nm a stout, hearty woman." Mm. Id In I v. Alkoy, Hnlnl, "Wash. "A year aj;o I van sick with kidney and doctor hlnddcr troubles nnd female weakness. Tho easily jjne mo in M..IItIo. tip. All they could do wan to Just let niot'o as imIvImmI by friends to tako I.ydla 15.1'lnkliam's VcKolablo 1 wan my Compound mid Wood Purlller. 1 am completely cured Ills, and 1 am nearly sixty ears old." Mrs. bnrah Lc.I;htoii, IJalrd, AVash. the the Evidence like .. above is abundanti showingi thnt :... it mhuj !. i. .m 1. derangcmcpts ot the icmaie organism wnicu utt;i of miserable feelings and which ordinary practice does not cure, arc the very disorders thnt give way to Lydia h. Crcsson, siro of buttor, weighing generally e about nn ounce. Dinner wns tho meal, und at this each student wrb regaled with a pound of mc.t Two dnvs In the week. Monday and Thursday, tho meat was boiled, and, jn cojipg,, language. Uioho wero known On tho remaining ft0 boiling days 'days tho moat was rousted, nnd to jthem the nlcknamo of roasting days wns fastened With tho flesh went nl- ways two potatoes. When tolling days camo round, pudding and wild peas and dandelions were sta-ipicab-jbag- o, iAddcd. No reason why the little daughter shouldn1 1 have stylish shoes that are good to look at beside being comfortable and long-wearing Here is a line that gives a choice of many styles Tho only delicacy to which no stint 'was applied was tho cldor. a bovorsge then fast supplanting tho small beer of tho colonial days. This was "brought to tho mess in pewter cans which were passed from mouth to Jmouth, nnd, when emptied, wore again replenished. For suppor thoro was a bowl of milk and a slxo of broad. Tho hungry Oliver who wished for Tnoro was forced to order, or, as tno phrnso went "soUo it" from the jiltchen. McMastor's History of tho Ireople of tho United States. (ORIGIN How It Happened. Wc can Lydift E. PinkhanVs Vegetable Compound? remarkable furnish positive proof that it has made many 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 l'a. many leathers, patent, black, tan and a dictionary with every pair from size WA up. up-to-da- te, OF "YANKEE DOODLE" ;r CUSTOM MADE BY Wertheimer-Swart- s l.t-- . Shoe Co., r lat ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. Gayce. Mrs. C. A. Wright has roturned a visit to her mother, who nas teen very UL Xrotn Name Wanted. We must have a name for the new addition to Hickman that wo are going to sell at auction Thursday, Dec. 1st. The lady suggesting the most suitable name will receive the handsome chest of Silverware which Is on exhibit at Hickman Drug Co. Just write us a letter by Nov. 29th, stating what you think would be a suitable name. Watch us grow. Dr. Lon Naylor waas Friday. Kelly Browdor and Ilaymond visited hero Sunday. I'ow-lt- t Carl Freeman and sister, of Alexander, visited their sister, Mrs. C. A. Wright, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Naylor spent Sunday night with Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Naylor. moans a complcto "tlo-up- " for suffra-gotteThere is no doubt that tho fad will meet with strong approval in this class; for what suffragutto does .not yearn for shacklcsT Hero la a jchanoo for ono and all to appear In ,t stmoMgt wkn their feet tlghfly 'bound at tho small cost of Just a fow cents for a good, strong, but short ploco of ribbon. Then tho rush will bo over, and that is how tho groat blow will falL Tho speed of suffrogotto parades will bo cut down to such a low rato that all public officials will have ample tlmo to mako a very comfortablo getaway from tho roar entrance and escape to somo soda fountain long o tho head of tho column has reached tho front door. Taking U all in all, it looks like n clear case of cut fashion or cut politics, and wo dopend on tho ladles not to cut fashion every tlmo. This is an ago when wo aro all stepping along in tho grand march of advancement and tho only chanco woman has to that tho hobble-skirtekoop up with the procession is that tho band will striko up a glldo waJU Instead of a march. s. bo-ford Tune Is Believed to Have Pertained to a Country Dance In a German Province. Theories concerning the origin of the nlr of "Yankee Doodle" have been almost as numerous as thoeo touching tho birthplace of Homer. One ot tin) most Interesting and. It is thought, the latest speculation in coram from Germany. It this is coiiteudod that the tune originally pertained to n country dance of tho Htntrlrt of the former provlneo of Kur-He.that It was called tho "Sohwalm," and that tho nlr was also played as a military march by bands of Hessian troops during the war of In studying the Revolution. the danrna of the "Schwalm," the German authority was struck by their similarity In form and rhythm to "Yankee Doodle " It Is assumed thnt, as many of tho Hosslnns who served In America were recrultod In this district they carried "Yankee Doodle" with them t Yet whllo this theory may bo as to tho melody. It does not convincingly explain its introduction Into America; for tho air was played here long beforo tho Hossian troops came. Mention of it appears in a newspaper 'bearing dato of September. 17CS, and Jit is traditionally supposed to havo been brought to tho attention of tho colonial army in 1765, when Dr. Schuckburgh, a surgeon In tho rogular British army, recommended it to tho colonials as "ono of tho most celebrated airs of martial music." The Sunday Magazine ear-rec- rinkham's Vegetable Compound. Women who are afflicted with similar troubles, after reading two such letters as the above, should be encouraged to try tins wondcrlully lieipiui remedy. For 30 years Lyilla K. IMnkhnm's Vot'Ptiihlo Compound bus in'on the standard remedy for female ills. No sick woman does Justice to herself who will not try this famous medlclno. Mndo exclusively from rttots nnd herbs, and has thousands of cures to Its credit. m ITi IMnkhnm Invites nil sick women for mm? to wrlto her heiiltlindlcc. ofSho has chnrue. frco KUlded thousands to Address Mia. lMnkJiam. Lynn, Mass. 1SR sMhvUS HOW'S YOUR ROOF ! If it leaks we'hnvc roofing thnt can be put on with a 15 year guarantee, for in Fulton. .AaAAaaaaAAAaaaaaAAAAAAAAA Richard Reeves, who is attondlng Seo tho list of satisfied MAJESMcForrln School at Martin, will visit his mother tho latter part of U1I3 TIC RANGE users in this paper. week. J. B. "Sprawls" Motts, of Marston, Mo., was horo on business first of Edgar Branham, of Woodland Mills, Visited Miss Annio Johnson Sunday. tho week. Horo Is something for you Puro Miss Bcsslo Johnson Is out again Silk Hose assorted colors, only Due after a few days illness. a pair. Bradloy & Parhain. Ward McClcllan is expected to It's worth JS to you to read our spend Thanksgiving with his parqnts. in this papor, so don't A delightful day was spoilt nt tho ovorlook It Hickman llardwaro Co. hono of Undo Joo Cainpboli, Sunday, Mrs. A. A. Faris loft Monday for fov. 20. It being his seventieth an- Now Madrid to niversary, his rolatlves met and sur- other rnlaUvas, visit her mothor and who wll accompany prised hjm with an excellent dinner. hor to St Louis for a fow days stay. Uivclo J6o and Aunt Caroline, wlio S. B. Luten, E. C. and Uly Whayno. livo alone, aro tho only surviving members of a family of twelve chil Frank Jordan, O. T. Campbell, Will dren. Undo Joo is a truo veteran Salmon and Rollln Campbell, all of and delights to tell stories of Civil Moscow, camo through here Tuesday War days. Several generations of going to tho Lako to spond a week. iiciocs and nephews wero present. L. P. Ellison left Uio first of tho Those present: Mrs. Ella Campbell, Mrs. Lon Tuck, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred weok for Paducnh to servo on tho Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. j. W. Wil- Jiotlt Jury of tho Federal court. Wo liams, Mr. and Mrs. Ardi Oliver and failed to loarn who gots tho Job of family, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Aloxandor, grand Juror from this section. Mrs. Eliza Wall and family. Many Jas. Bolar, formorly of this city, happy returns of tho day Uncle Joe. has purchased a farm at Cal. Ho was in tho steamboat business whllo at Hickman, but we It will more than pay you for tho presume he will find a vast dlffor- tlmo to read our largo advertisement enco between tho "man behind tho In this paper. Hlekuian llardwaro wheel" and tho "man behind tho Co. lioo." o r, Green Adams roturned Friday from n visit with Martin friends. Charles Daniels, of East Hickman, killed two wild turkoys Tuesday. Mrs. Cora Ward, of Memphis, is visiting J. It WcaUiorly nnd family. Walking Cake next Friday Hickman Hardware Co. at the Walking Cake Day at the Hickman Hardware Co. Is next Friday. Don't forget the date. E. P. Wright bought a lot In mond & Bond Co.'s Buslnvss last week. Richn Ich Dlen or Elch Dyn. Which la accurate as tho motto of tho Princo of Wales Ich Dlen or Elch DynT Tho one is Gorman and tho other Welsh. Tho ono moans "I servo." tho other "Behold tho man" or "Behold your man." "Ich Dlen" was tho motto of John, king of ixhemia. whom the Black Prince slew at Crocy. "Elch Dyn" aro tho words supposed to havo been used by Edward I. when presenting his Infant son to tho Welsh assembly at Carnarvon. Welsh tradition has adhered naturally to tho Welsh form. Tho other has boon moro popularly accepted. Tho coming investiture lends peculiar Interest to rovlral of an old controversy. Settlement must bo loft to the student of such matters ;but It may be nows to somo readers that thoro Is an alternative to tho battloflold .story. $3.50 per square The manufacturer absolutely forbids any paint on this roofing, therefore you save on paint. Wc are agents for the celebrated Regal and ? 'f J. M. Asbestos Roof Coverings. Let us figure with you on your next roof to be covered. Hickman Tin. Marriage Licenses & Plumb. Co. ;. i If You Fall To Get A Card II. C. Barrett and A. A. Faris aro also in tho corn mnrkak buying at tho coal elevator. Miss Bcttlo DoBoW loft Tuosday for Nashvlllo to spond sovorol days with frlonds thoro. Dont forgot to attend tho Mnjostlc Rango Demonstration at our store all noxt week, Hickman Hardware Co. Cot a Majestic Souvenir Set of Waro at Hickman Hardware Store during demonstration week, Nov. 28 to Dec. 3. Mrs. Charity Stacy, of West Hlok-mndied Tuesday of last weok of old ago. Sho was 77 yoars old and leaves a daughter, two sisters, nnd a host of frlonds to mourn hor loss. Mr. Bond roiKirts fine progress with Ho says both of tho now buildings woro sold boforo they woro completed. Other business buildings will be n, We're Right on the Job mmkmtl It when good lumber Is needed. Always ready to help owners or builders figure on quantities and to supply the lumber promptly. We carry such a large stock that we can fill any order however large and wo nro not above giving equally prompt attention to a smalt one. Bring In your plans for us to figure on. Tribute to Painter's 8klll. One of tho still llfo paintings by Jan van Huysen in tho musoum at iTho Hague was recently Injured, but tit is believed that tho perpetrator was nelthor vandal nor thiof. Tho plcturo represents a basket of fruit on which a number of Insects have gathered. On a palo yollow which la tho ccntcrplcco In (tho cluster of fruit, Is a lnrgo fly, painted so true to naturo, so say the ductals of tho gnllcry, that the canvas wns injured by somo one who endeavored to "shoo" It and brought his enno or hand too closo to tho canvas. "A tributo to tho painter's genluB," says tho letter rocordlng the fact "for which tho work had to suffer." ap-pl- For a guess at the many handsome granted liceusa presents we will give away AbsoluteThe following wi-rto marry in Obion county last week: ly Free at our Dig Lot Sale Thurs-daDec. 1st, 10:30 a. m., call tho J. Li. Ilolden ami Mary Unsure. Hickman Drug Co., and they will bo Jlomor Cnivur and Carrie Weloh. glad to give you one. ArUo Ilallowell and Anna .M. llal-lowel- l. It's Worth Coming Miles To Hear The Twin Auctioneers. They nro accredited with being artists in their line. They will sell the Big Lot Sale for Investors Realty Co., Thursday, Oec. 21st, at 10:30 a. m. Orion 11. Knt, a former resident of this vicinity, who loft here In 188G nnd located nt Indianapolis,- bid., is back on a visit, nccoiniKinled by his - old Hickman boy Is mnk-In- s Tho Arapahoe Kopublleaii, Hnglvwood, Colo., says: "T. 11. Noo-liolate of Uio JlnrJum ltualty Co., loft Tuesday for (loldon to entur upon his now dutlus ns Dlnlnj; Room Mannsor of the State Industrial School for Iwys." Mr. Nooiion In a son of Jailer Noonuii of this city. Look In Hickman Drug Co.'s Window AnoUior Bcxsl. 7 . Teams Wanted, Wanted 50 teams at $3 a day for drag scraper work on Apply to C. T. Bon durant, Hickman, or W. L. Wosby, on the work below town. Railroad. tho now business this fall. Drop in our storo during our Majestic Demonstration Week, Nov. 28 to Doc. 3, and lot us show you why tho Great and Grand Majestic Rango is tho best on oarth. A Souvenir Sot of Ware, worth ?8 given with every Majestic Rango sold. Hickman These presents will be given away wife nnd clilldren. Slnco lenvIiiK absolutely frco at the big lot sale lllckmnn, .Mr. Knt has boon vory suc Dec. 1st. Every member of the famcessful In buslines nnd matrimony. ily Is entitled to a silver card and bosldoH having acquired 32 degrees In a guess nt tho prize lot. You dont Masonry. Many of our oldor readers have to bid or buy. will remember this gontlumnn. Duy t u a rango with a reputation, nnd nbout tho diphtheria being Thoro Is no uso in being alarmed In Hick- Hickman Lumber fy Planing Mill Co. Incorporated Hardware Co. ot our Frco Offor man. Tho Hoard of HealUi Is lookGet u frco MAJESTIC S0VRNIII during our Demonstration Weok, Nov. ing after tho situation and using all Sco our advertisements hi this Is- - 28 to Dec. 3. Coino In and lot us necessary precautions against Its buo. Hickman llardwaro Co, show you. Hickman llardwaro Co. spread. tako ndvnntoso jjsfcijifc'U iii ifl i, - j''"4' - -- A- ,..,-- ' . rOnly 26 More Shopping Days Before Xmas. Shop Early Dr. J. ! A BLUE MARE HERS 0. Stubbs SI DENTIST I a Odd Building, oM Brvtard's More No. lhon THE HieKMftN eOURIER. The Courier has a Spankin' Goad Team, Grease the Exles means tbat your suo crlptlon baa lexDlrcd Ilenow promptly- If yen want the pa perto coma to yon after this room ti advertising is the Team that Pulls the Commercial Uagan up the Hill at Success, OLDEST at Your Ulagan, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR PAPER IN WE8TERN volume m ho. no KENTUGXY HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1910. whole ho. aoaa 185 CP M Christmas asaeMNG vj -- a. m. Attorncy-at-La- tyler L'AHXla.1 w ir JLl'STAR BRAND. V noMrrtADr-BY tinri Notnry Public Gifts Will practice in all Courts of the State. JULIA UOTTOMLET HRISTMAS shopping ! an tinny enough matter for possessor of plonty of money, but for tho most ua of Chrtatmaa tlmn great dlapnrity ahowa XlloJuuaii, XCy. il f1 umce wun 1 I BHi LLVI J8K m a( 7WL t&3, rip r-- B IdK 9mmmySS'iSFaFipSSSPSK -- tL SHOESr-AR- E. m-O- ! kKjK .BETTE1 O A m rr SJ! r-- "VrH x I Judge B. T. Davis between tbo alto of our pockotbook nnd that of our heart- - tho latter Is o much bigger Tho world la full of pretty things, waiting to bo bought by those with money enough Thcro 1a consolation In tho fact that tho gift which costs tlmo nnd thought, and Is a llttlo tax on tho resource pf the giver, means moro to tho recipient than any other. Wo are eager to remember our own dear peoplo and aomo of our frlonds. Now tho question Is, how much can wo spend and how shall we spend It. to Include thorn nil? Wo will start out with mother; she should come first A search through the shops shows a lot of pretty gifts that may bo bought for llttlo money nnd a greater number that may bo made at homo at a saving. She will appreciate our circumstances. Borne good things may be found at tho ten cent stores (iron, and they are tho stronghold of the llttlo folks who want to mako a dollar go a long way. Mother will like tho pretty waste 1 paper basket shown In the picture, of white molro paper with dellcato roars on It Hero may be found good looking candlesticks of clear glass, which are as pretty as thoso that roat throe times as much. Ijicquer boxes, from Japan, are cheap and artistic, and very durable. Purh boxes for gloves and handkerchiefs range In price from twenty-fivcents to a dollar or so and aro to be found In department stores. Selecting a present that may bo mado at home is easy because tho outlay of money Is usually small and tho finished artlclo a succesi. There re pin cushions and bags of flowered e BHBaSBaBL9jan'ajBJBBBarBTa"BLSLSLSLSLSLSLSI sK'Vrf 4r'TW''?'f aHlH JjVT, SnvQB, v vJ Bft'itfiu''...H ftHCTX,; . "JaaaaaaaaaaaH HtV':S-.- f ' 4'V VaaaH CLaaMaaLjLaaiaaaaLaaaaaaaaH snnce Drnld nnd slmplo stitches. Towels with largo Inltlnl cmbroldorcd In the corner never fall to dollght either Combing inothor or grandmother Jackets. Itko that shown In tho picture, are mado of square of figured cotton or silk or of largo handkerchiefs. They cost almost nothing, stneo one may mako them of a rom nant a yard square or of four cheap cotton handkerchiefs (with pretty figures) and two yards of nnrrow satin ribbon. These handkerchiefs aro used for short kimonos, laundry bags, eofa pillow covora, and smaller embrold trod handkerchiefs for pin cushions lied slippers, mado of elder down flannel, mako an acceptnblo prcsont for on old person. They aro prettily finished with fancy stitches and ribbon and roat next to nothing. (Jetting a present for father or grundfnthor taxes tho thought; mon's wants seem to bo so fow compared to thoso of women. Handkerchiefs, ties and slippers are among thoso that cost, llttlo and are acceptnblo Hill purses, for tho safe carrying of money, cost from 25 cents to two or moro dollars. A good plain fountain pen gtvca n man continual satisfaction, and other arf'cloa for convenient writing ho llfcos. There aro portfolios with paper and blotters and other articles. Desk fltthigs, nnd especially thoso mado of Japanese antimony, aro tastorui nnd a groat convenience. Among tho things that may bo mnda at homo, tho list for men Is not long Hnuao Jackets and slippers nro dear to tho heart of tho man who wants to bo comfortnblo. Dath robes are not difficult to mako and a grent Hed slippers, for tho old comfort are n luxury they enjoy. Young men like ties, stick pins and handkerchiefs, books and kodaks. It In easy sailing when wo start out to buy n prosont for grown-uor nearly grown sister. Bho will like nil tho pretty things for her dressing ense. tho candles, pin cushions, nnd a lot of llttlo foolish things beside Sterling silver shoo buttoncrs nnd shoo spoons aro to bo had for s Duffers, nnll flics, tootb Qusrter brushes with silver handles, appeal to the tnsto for luxury which glrlt Bho can novcr have tot possess manr dainty handkerchiefs and neck p Mm I M v? s. JnM mmmr ISil aHl '3 2 il THANKSGIVING Ta Apron of Muilln and Lace Collar and Chemisette of Lace. HaHflaV VaaaMHaaH DAY brings with it a great and it is indeed an unfortunate mortal who, on this day, can find nothing for which to be thankful. 'vial 'IHEr'rBsJlllMhfJBPapH i r pieces, or too many gay ribbons for her hair or llngorlo. All these can bo found at nn expenso ranging from LB.i'iWi mfl in f i tnenty-flvcents up to two or more dollars. Young girls llko ornamental picture frnmos. pretty Jowol cases, pufl boxes nnd hat pin holders. These aro shown In tasteful doslgns for fifty cents each. perfumery and All girls love A Waste Baikal of Flowarad Paper, sachets. They llko calendars with Pin Cuahlon and Collar Bag of Silk. nrtlv VAfui tn hnnir In thntr rnflms. ribbon such as nro shown In tho pic-- Ln(1 cnftn or megn purBOi dollght lure, Pretty llttlo muslin aprons ana them. Theso may bo bought for fifty hnndmado lace, mado .of. HennnU- - h o 4 Watcb Dime Bank Just the size and shape of a watch, convenient In size, suitable for the gentleman's pocket or the lady's handbag. X3sr xsiivraas 1 2 Cl cents to fifty dollars each. Fans aro! This store is thankful to you for the patronage you have given us, and we hope shown In a llko variety. If you prefer to mako n present nt to show our appreciation in our efforts to always serve you better, both in point of home nothing Is moro likely to dollght n girl thnn a bedroom set for her bed, quality of merchandise and in courteous treatment when buying at our store. window nnd dressing enso. Theso sets We are also thankful for the honest, solid leather quality of the shoes we sell consist of spread with flounce, curtains, pillow shams nnd covor for "Star Brand" Shoes. And this is indeed something to be thankful for, in these days of dressing enso. Muslin nnd casemont cloths aro used for making them nnd substitutes for leather in shoes. cost from flvo to fifteen cents a yard. Fancy bands for tbo hair, mado of Success attends all honest effort and this is especially true in the case of Roberts, ribbon or; tullo, especially if brightened with spangles, aro accoptablo to Johnson & Rand 'Shoe Co., makers of "Star Brand" shoes, who in the twelve years tho girlish heart Tho floating veil of chiffon and tho soft scarf for tho have been in business have grown so fast that they now are probably the largest manhend nnd shoulders will mako bor ufactures of shoes in the world. They started business with a desire to make "Better eyes sparklo with pleasure. Ono has only to buy 24 or 3 yards of material shoes than anyone else was making. They adopted the slogan "Star Brand Shoes are and horn It. for those. Bilk muslin makes lovely scarfs and may bo had Better," which is now known all over the civilized world. Their "Star ' trade-mar- k is from thirty cents to n dollar a yard. A scarf of this fabric la shown la tho stamped on the heel of every shoe they make and serves as a guasantee that the shoe picture. is free from substitutes for leather. nig brothers will llko tho same things father doos and besides, bo e. Come in and look them over. Our stock of "Stars" is complete and will llko pictures of sports, baseball nnd football subjects. College flag We're glad to show them even if you do not wish to buy now. We are thankful for for his room, sofa pillows, pipes and plpo racks nppeal to him. Ho will any opportunity to prove to you that flourish silk hosiery with great satismay spend a suffaction nnd If ono ficient sum ho likes a good suit case "STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER" or the fittings for ono for travollng. younger boys and girls rarely Tho leavo us uninformed ns to what thoy :See our window of "Stars" this week: want Tho girls want dolls and miniature housekeeping things. Small sots of furs ploase them. Hoods, legging and mlttons, bright hair ribflr1 bons, a longth of goods for a now dross and school aprons are among tholr gifts. Doads for tbo nock and they treasure. Girls handkerchiefs nro fond of finger rings nnd purses, and they enjoy kodaks as much a boys do. In selecting presents, it Is well to get thoso which will kcop tho mi girls out of doors as much as possible Skatos for loo or roller skatlns and mufllors for warmth are gifts that do much good. As for tho small boy, bo voices his preferences with somo Insistence. Ho Thcro Is not a man In Fulton ment to COO moro men. vV and likes mechanical toys, skates county today who wants work and sleds. Albums for his picture postcan't got It at fair prices. Tills Is HERS flHft " cards or his collection of stamps nnd M "" tfit a splendid showing for our communC. II. King, a farmer, whoso homo books of adventure, glvo him much '.r.4 ',l..t'- t: ity uull la In strong contrast with wna near Arlington, died Wednesday ? pleasure. A good boys' mngazlno or aiS'ak-Kr.other parts of our great country. night nt Rlvorsldo hospital in Pndu-- . n mechanical mngnzlno (If ho Is old Miss Estollo Rcncau haB boon on Oure is a country wliorc pluck, indus- can, following nn operation. Ho was enough) will be flno for him. Ho likes tools for building things nnd Uio sick list. try nnd energy randy falls to win. a native of Graves county, 41 years nbovo nil plonty of good things to was on tho sick list a Hickman alone could glvo employ old, and leaves a wifo. Will Thorn rat. In his Christmas stocking. Tbo baby nnd tho tiny pooplo Just fow dnya tills weok. out of babyland are delighted with FOR SALE: A team of good hors3tp es. Journey Rcovoa. up-to-dat- t A Full Line of Every Kind of Overshoes sS8f k m Smith TIME B & Amberg; C. A. Porry Is Improving right , nnd able to Ikj up. : : : ; ; ; ; ; ; VjaMi1MMMfl Putting' in Steam Heat II Mrs. Kogor has returned to Pnilu-enhafter a visit to hor sister, Mrs M. Isler. noiiDS $c.oo RSit aaaW " Mrs. Ernost King, or Clayton, ls Ited Mrs. Sudo Nalfoh tho latter part of last week. Robert Douglas has returned to Memphis after a fow days' visit to Hickman relatives. : : : : ; ; : : : : ; i ; ; : : 9 Z 2 O CO If III The Peoples Bank Hickman, Ky. 11 Ml Z O Pi CJ k is that It costs you nothing. The only request we make or more. We then you start a savings account of $1.00 give you the bank. SAVE YOUR DIMES. J Jacket Mads of a Largo Handkerchief or a Square of Fabric all who toys, of which there nro so mnny, mado for them. Thoy llko tho toy nnlmnls besL Dulldlng blocks nnd picture books thoy nover tiro of and tho dear old fairy tales please them forever. It Is no troublo to select a gift for them. Thoro nro hundreds on Bnlo that cost llttlo. or much, as you will. Thoy are ns happy ... 11 wun ... .tll ,Mm ihn inn PAtlt fttlirA ' "" " JhIIam anil "hnvn u uu.... ....-bco- n ns wltn ono ior known to profor a rag baby to a tnlklng prodigy. At homo ono may mako for thorn llttlo shoos and bonnets, or bankots, gnlly decked with ribbon, containing their toilet roqulsltos: Asoap, vaiellno plain bnskot, and flno talc powder. glided nnd lined nnd docked with of baby ribbon, ploasos the t, young mother. Uttlo boots of oldordown or chamois, enshmoro shawls and sacka, are for tho young Infant. . Combing cro-cho- Miss Erllno Reed, of Fulton, was tho guest of her sister, Mrs. W A Naylor, first of tho weok. ' A. 13. DoRow Is expected homo this week from Ixnilsvlllo to spend a few days 'with homo folks and frlonds. houso FOR SAliE: Ono four-rooand threo lots In West Hickman. and Prlco $&00. Also ono houso-boa-t ono lot In West Hickman. Geo. Graf- 4tp folman. Miss I.licllo Rondtirant wont to Nashvlllo Monday to spend TJianks-glvliiwith her sisters, Misses Noll and Victoria Uondurant, nt Penbody College. Don't put off doing your Christmas chopping too long and wnlt until 1b picked over. If you want good goods for llttlo money patronlzo thoao who odvortlso In tho Courier. : ; : ; : : ; ; ; : ; ; ; ; : means an increase in comfort and a decrease in your coal bill. Give away your stoves that only half heat your house, make a lot work and dirt and cost so much to keep going. Come and see how little we charge to give you steam heat that will warm every room. All necessary plumbing work included in the estimate, of course. : : i: : : : : : : --- - : : : : Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. Both Phonos Mo. 73 r : : : : ; itjliMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMai rMCbatjr " t ry ffe- - v mmmmxmammm - r' i- fcw niv "' wttjj-- m u . in , 5P" "wr""3- - r?- - wwy rfcf wipF '' qfjwyvjwunl "ry ' ". From their advertising most you might think that groceries is all they keep. But ours is a Variety Store, and we sellBros, everything. And it and see if they haven t would be a pretty safe proposition when you think of something you need to call up Ellison for you. it. You wont lose anything by it and the chances are you 11 make a profit. If we haven't it, we sure can get Here's an Instance! A man came to me the other day and asked for something we didn't carry in stock.so Too bulky1 much. (a mail order house) for for us. I told him I'd get prices and quote him. He said "I can get from got the prices, and pshaw! It was a picnic to sell at the mail order house's price. I took his order. Just try us once. We carry in stock good lines of Hardware, Tools, Stoves and Ranges, Tin and Enamelware, Chinaware, Crockery, Etc. Lee Ellison, Here are a few items. tilliSOn DlObt Want to tell you that they sell other goods besides groceries. .! ('n t 7 These Roasters The Darling Line -- iO-- qt Enameled Pails ? 10c f3y Mrs. Potts Pattern vs rshSsrs 03P- 25 cents VM7 Nickel Alarm Clocks Nickeled Sad Irons 3 in set Vt &jv 65 cents Family Scales 85 Cents SHBHESfiK $1.25 Cook Stoves! is guaranteed to be the best on 4-Str- ing Ellison Brothers Our 25c Counters have some tremendous big bargains on them. 25c Enameled Dish Pans 25c Milk Pails 25c Enameled Stew Kettles 25c Enameled Coffee Pots 25c Enameled Stew Pans And a big line of Enameled Ware, Dishes, Glassware, etc., all of which are especially good values. - the market. We've handled them for about 15 years and they always give satisfaction. We carry a full line of .... Ellison Brothers Brooms We Carry a A Full Line of wwm 35c Darling Stoves anil Ranges from the cheapest up. IB t kill! i pr mm M Of All Kinds Our 5 and 10c Counters Have new things on them every week. Many items on these counters sell at other stores as high as 25c Take a look over them. It will repay you. We ask you to investigate thoroughly the Darling line before you buy. Laundry Stoves Box Stoves for 'wood Air Tight and Oak Heaters Hot Blast Heaters and If you need a heating stove we should like to have you look through our stock Ellison Brothers Honeymoon g Full Ball-Bearin- Ellison Brothers Ellison Brothers $fx $19,20 Buys an Sewing Machine Automatic Lift 6 Side Drawers Center Drawer Full Set of Attachments 0 Year Guarantee 1 1 Edison Phonograph flhcmabW Racy CdUmu and 12 EmSSmm!SC9E&bssbrS9 RECORDS $1 down and $1 Week Ek, V Victor in your, home. "Will Buy Pointer Steel Range Full Nickel Plated, Large Warming Closet, Hot Water Resevoir, 6 Holes and Large Oven-wo- od or coal You can pay $50 for a Range but you cant buy a better one. Equal to Any $50 Machine on the market, and the price is but Talking Machine The greatest musical instrument in the world. Others $17.50 to $125.00. A small paym't down and $1 a week puts a $25.00 $3.00 Down and 7 .OO A small payment and week will buy it. $1.00 per week will buy it on Installment Plan. Come in and ask to hear the Victor and Edison Music. $1 a Ellison Brothers Ellison Brothers Ellison Brothers 'P1' 'HT yinptoP1! ' rrxWmltfffi&ffi" Shop Early M ! A BLUE MARE HERE menn Hint your sub- tmrOnly 26 More Shopping Days Before Xmas. lu Fulton county will tail you tlmt wo print moro lornl new limn any other imtxsr In tlili section of Kentucky I FOLKS HOW LIVIMO THE HieKMAN COURIER. The Courier han a Spankin' Good Team, Crease the Axles of Your Wagon, no. scription has expired llennw promptly If yon wnnt the paper to come to you After thlt month Advertising la the Team that Pulla the Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Succasa. OLDEST Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1HSU PAPER IN WESTERN volume nx no M KENTUCKY HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOV. that ho was one of tho foremen in th employ of tho railway eoiiMlructliui company, lie liroiiKht the dlaipilolliig nowa that nnotlicr Ktrlke hail been declared, that tho men were ualy nml determined to tear up tho track laid unless their demauda wero considered nml, furthermore. Mint thera had Ihhmi aovcro flKhtliig between tho two factions enpigeil on the work, llo urgently Implored Dnngloaa to aend troops out to hold tho rlntew In check. "What to your nnme?" demanded the harsiH.Hcd nilulxter of police. "I'oIhoii," replliil the foreman, llo Hiil. for he wait no other Hum John Cromer, the unsavory hub:ind of Anna Cromer of the commltteo of ten. "Come with inn." mild Dniiglos. "We will pi to Oncrnl Itrnjw. tlooiN by nml good luck, TullN." At that very momoiit lirnlne Tullto wna comparing iioIcm with Tnixton King In the room beneath the armor-er"- a ahop. Count Mnrlanx was hldln-Ithe trnder'a Inn outolde the norther a hi. Tho nbtluctora thumRelrci wero Kontlereil almut tho city, laughing trb iimplmtitly over the nun-oa- s of tho mso that had drawn tho well feared American nway on n wild gixno cIiako to tho dlxtaut pnaaoa of Iwalerjin. Aloro than that, nt r. o'clock In tho nftcrnoon ti necoiid detachment of Fiddler left the city for tho acene of tho rlota In the construction enmpa, trimly tntloa nway. Surely tho well laid plana of tho Iron Count wero being aklllfully carried out! All nftcrnoon nml evening men atrag-Kle- il In from the hllla and aiirroundltig country, nppnrcntly loath to mix tho early cxcltomout attending tho a on tho following day. Bullen atrlkcra from tho enmpa enmo down, curalng tho company, but drinking notoy toaata to ttio railroad and Its future. Tho city by night awnrmed with reveling thousands. Tho IkiihIh were playing, tho crowds were alnglng and molia wero drinking nnd cnruuslng In tho lower end. At 3 o'clock In the morning word flow from brothel to brothel, from lodging house to lodging houxe, In all parti, of tho alumburlng city. A thou-nan- d men crept out Into tho nt recta nfter the atorni, nil animated by imo Imputac, nil otieylng a alngle flerco Injunction. Thoy wero to find nnd kill n tall American! Thoy wero to keep him or his companion front getting lu touch with tho pollco authorities or with tho royal cardie, no matter what tho coat! At r o'clock n ntoalthy whisper went the rounds, reaching tho ear of ever' Vagabond nnd cutthroat engaged In tho untiring lgll. Like amoko they faded nway. Tho nllont wntcli was over. Tho wonl had mnsj to every corner of tho town that It was no longer ncc-tvwnry to mnlntnln tho watch for Tnixton King. lie wna no longer In n ptfflltlou to glvo them troublo or un- ccro-inonle- 24, 1910. whole no. aoaa V.' MMtMHIIIIIIII H. TRUXTON KING I Story of ..Grau-rtar. By GEORGE BARR M'GUTGHEON T X X CepjrUkl. (UnrrUbl. !M, by C,;g HeCntcKean WW. by DoJJ. Camfunr Hn Med H fcV CIIAITKH XV. antL ix the ur.ii cmiak. of nu hour after the tint frlxlil until. INSIDIJ ofwho luid MntHtl (piliorlng from the hf !j:a nils lu the tilth Jack Tullls won granted larmtoalun by the war department to tnko n hundred picked tnou with him In tlt effort In ivr-tak- o ami capture the nlxlw-ioof hto litter. Tho dan-- groom's atory hard ly hail twit tolil to tho horrMVd brother Itrforo ho was engaged In tuixn-In- g to Go norn I Itraio ami Ihinui lun-gloafolA hurried cotmiiltiittuii lowed. Ilnron Dangltma was imillj upmt. Three, prominent ihtkohh Imtl Ihwh stolen from beneath hi iwmt, no to ajeak. Hit wait Ixwlilit hlmaWf with rngo mill dismay. This Inst uutraae was tho climax Tin- - M innn adored tho slater of Jmk TutlUt. lit wns heartbroken nml enishod lijr tho news of tho catastrophe. Captain Haas of tho dragoons was put In chargo of (ho relief Mrty. Thu party woa armed nml Equipped for n xout to bitter chase. Word lmil Scrros, tho capital of Dnwaberxeu. asking tho naauitauco of I'rluce Don-taIn tho effort to the A detachment, It whs announced In reply, wns to start from Scrros during tho nftortiiMin hound for the en tcni passes. Uaron Dnnglosa rodo to the southern irate with tho white faced, suffering Tullla. "Wo will undoubtedly recolto a communication from tho mural thlt afternoon or tomorrow," he wild Clootntly. "They will not be alow to mako n formal ilcumiul for ransom, knowing that you anil your abler nro posscascd of unllmlteil wealth. Hello! the nftur the Kuiige bii..i i. . nmi. "I don't like the UL of thing." bald Huron DaugloaH tt..:e nnd ng.iln. HIh men wero never so ulirt iim Inlay and never so deceived. "Thoro can't lw troublo of any Kurt," a mused Colonel Oulnnox. "Theae are ugly, 'tis tnw. but thoy are hot prepared for a demonatnitlon." "Colonel, wo'll yet aec tho day when nrnuxtark regrcta tho economy that has cut our llttlo army to almost nothing. What have we now nil told? Three hundred man In tho royal guard, fewer than 000 lu tho fortruss. I have a hundred (Hillccmcu. There you are. Today there aro nearly 200 soldiers iu lu the mountains on tiaxty butdiu-aof ono eort or unother. Ond, If theao ruirinua fnun tho railroad iosFcened no inor than platol.s they omlld give us a merry fight. There inuat lo n thou-mil- d of them. 1 don't llko It. Wo'll have trouble boforo the day'a ovtr" Iy 11 o'clock tho atreeta lu tho nelghlHirhood of tho plnxa wero jwick-is- l wlih iieople. At 12 tho castlo rntert wero to lx thrown oien for tho brilliant cnvnlcndo that wns to pass let ween theao cheering rows of people. Shortly nfter half past 11 o'clock certain groups of mon tMurpcd tho positions lu front of certain buildings oil tho Kiiuth atdo of the aquare, a acoro here, u half ncore there, othera below thorn. They favored tho ahops op-- r rut oil by tho frlotida of the committee of ton; thoy were tho men who wcYo to toko poaaeaslon of tho rifles that lay hidden bahlud counters nnd s J lug louder as the news camo that tho prince hud ridden forth from tho gates. Qliid voli'cs cried out tldltiga to those In tho background. Tho prlnco wns coming! Houny, adorable Trlnco Itoblnl On enmo tho splendid phalanx of guardsmen, follow oil by rigid Infantrymen In measured tread. Tho great roach of gold, with Its half rcoro of horses, rolled somberly beneath canopy of green, surrounded on all aides by proud members of tho royal guard. Two carriages from tho royal stables preceded tho prince's coach. In tho flrxt wero tho Duke of Torso nnd three fellow member) of thu cabinet. The second contained l'aron Dnnglosa nnd General nr.zc. The curtains lu a house nt tl.i- - corner of tho square parted gently. A hawk fared old man peered out upon tho Joyous crowd. Ills black eye awept tho scene. A grim amlle crept Into his face. ITe dropped the curtains nnd walked nwny from tho window, tossing n clgnretto Into a grnto on tho opposite aide of tho room. Then ho looked nt his watch. - walla. nomids of shouts, crawling up the long Uiui Prom the distant castlo enmo tho of upcclntom for the full length Ik-c- n ou-rtnk- Tho man who stood In the ml llle of tho freight car looking down In wonder nt tho fugitive was n tall vagabond of tho most picturesque typo. No ragamuffin wns ever bo tattered and torn as tills rakish Individual. Ills clothes barely hung together on his lank frame. Long, thla lips curled Into a smllo of delicious rcgerd. Hto aides shook with tho quiet chucklo of understanding llo wns thinking of other da.is and nights nnd of many maids In faroff lands nnd of countless Journeys In whleh ho. too, lind had fair and gontle company short Journeys, yos, but not to Ik forgotten. lie lighted the Btub of a tallow candle. Ah. how envied this great, sleep-In- s wnyfarerl How bonutirul his How fortunate tho lover! Thoy slept now tired they wore! Whonco bad they come? Why should ho stay hero to spoil tin Ir waking hour? No. Ho would surrender his npartmont to them. S fUy he tiptoed to Ids own come: of tho car. lie gnthcrcd up his lo longings nn nuelcnt violin case, n stout walking stick, n goodly slxed pack done up In gaudy cloth, n well worn pair of sandals with long, frayed Inrlngs. As gontly ho atolo back to the door, no tosaed a kiss to tho sleeplug girl, hto dark gypsy face aglow with admiration and mischief, nnd was nlwut to blow out tho light of his candle. Then ho changed his mls-Uvi- Jr--- : Wi&fi HOW TI11VD TIICT WERBl -- mind. Who' A man wno hnl rlililru up to tho pate, tils horso covered Willi foam, waa demanding admission. The wnrd-chalted him unceremoniously na ivislneaa. Tho 20th dawned bright nnd cool rjancJoHS rode forwwnl Tln fi'imd m tutor THRT 8LK1T. of the nvenuo to tho eager throng In Hcgejigota circus, welling nml GrnVT" With n determined shako of his head nnd n now Hash of tho eye, ho calmly soatetl himself nnd began to open his ragged pack. At last his small store of food lay exposed. Without hesitation ho divided I ho pieces of smoked venison, giving ono part to himself, two to tho sleepers, then the mlHcr'a brend nnd the cheese nnd the bag of dates ho bad bought the day before. Again hi- - blow a kiss to the prettiest girl he had ever seen. Knu fling Ida candle, ho dropped to tho ground and closed tho door ngalnst nil spying, uncivil eyes. Daybreak found him nt tho wharf gates. Coming to nn empty flat car direct from th quarries, ho resolutely seated himself tiiiou Its edgo nnd. with aiula-blresignation, sot about devouring lits early meal, all the while casting longing, almost appealing, glances toward t nest car but one. Busy little switi'h engines began chugging about the yards. Tho railroad nt least was exhibiting some signs of life. Down through tho maze of sidetracks whisked the little train, out upon tho main lino with a thin shriek of greeting, past the freight houses. If wns then that Sir Vagabond Bat up very straight, a look of mild Interest in his oyea. Interest gave way to iKjrploxlty to concern. What's this leaving the city? Ho wasted no time. Clutching his belongings to bis side, lie vaulted from ono hand, nimbly landing safely on hto feet at tho roadside. Uo thought of tho luckless pair In the empty "box." Suddenly ho stopped, his chin up, hto hands to hto sides. A hearty peal of laughter soared from his lips. The Joko was on them. It wns rich. Tho more he thought of their nstoulshment on nwnkenlug tho more ho lnughcd. Ills immense levity attracted attenor five men approached tion. him from tho shadows of the freight houses, ugly, unsmiling fellows. They demanded of him the cause of his un seemly mirth. With tears In Ids merry black eyes ho related tho plight of tho pretty slumberers. They piled him with quostluns. IIo described tho couple, even glowingly. Then tho sinister fellows smiled. Moro than that, they clnpied each other on tho back tnd sworo splendidly. And so it wns that tho news spread over town nt 5 o'clock that Tnixton King wna whoro ho could do no harm. It was well known that tho train would make forty miles nn hour down tho steep gmdo into tho lower valley. When Tnixton King flrst nwoko to tho fact that thoy wero no longer lying motionless In tho dreary ynnls ho leaped to his feet with a startled shout of nlarm. With frantic energy ho pulled open tho door. For n min-ut- o ho stared nt tho scudding wnlls of stone so closo nt baud, uncomprehend-Ingly- . Then tho truth burst ujkjii him with tho force of a mighty blow. IIo staggered buck, his Jaw dropping, hto eyes glaring. "Great God, Loraino! Wo'ro going! We're moving!" ho cried hoarsely. She abut to her feet and lure lied to hto side. "Don't fall out!" sho almost shrieked. Suddenly the train shot out Into tho open, fiirm spattered valley. Truxton o t?-- Power-Ove- r Illness Don't criticise your doctor because medicine prescribed by him fails to have the desired effect. The prescription may have been good, but the ingredients dispensed poor. Give the doctor a fair show by taking his prescriptions to a druggist who makes a point of dispensing only pure drugs of right potentcy drugs that have the power to overcome illness. Tested drugs only are used here, and skilled pharmacists do the compounding. You should have the best procurable when combating sickness. Cowgill's Drug Store (Incorporated) Money to Loan, I loan money on farm lands In and Weakley Counties, Term., and In Fulton County, Ky. About one-hal- f tho cash value of a farm will bo loaned. Loans made In sums of $1,000 or more for five yonrs with privilcgo to borrower of paying samo after ono yonr In full or making any size partial payment desired at Intervals of six months after the expiration of one year, Interest being stopped on partial payments made. Call on or write O. SPItADLIN, Attorney-at-LaUnion City, Tenn. tf Courage Begets Courage. Wlfo (as n beggar gobbles down ono of her biscuits) Thank heaven! That fellow makes me in myself again." Meggcndorfer Dlnetter. Young bo-Ho- w, Stop coughing! you rack tho lungs and worry the body. BALLAUD'S HOKEHOUND SYItUP checks Irritation, heals tho lungs and restores comfortable breathing. Trice 25c, 60o and l. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Send tho Courier to your friend from home. Continued on lost pnio this section. iC" THANKSGIVING OFFERING First-Cla- ss fefe I A Mammoth Line of Furniture at Second-Clas- s Prices. Everything Positively Guaranteed. giving. Our line is very large compared with We would also remind you that Christmas is not far off, and there is nothing superior to nice furniture for Christmas shall have ample time to get it here for you. local stocks but it would be well for you to come in now and see just what you want. If it is not in stock, then we OOIHE3 JkJSTJE SESES OTT3RL INCOHPOKATED STOC3ES. e JtL- -j SPLENDID RESIDENCE i J ?,4- - I ) 1 1 in n a in H h hhh uUBO h Ih IHI h h H9HCHB RJhuJ3 h t LOCATED IN THE SUBURBS OB Will Be Sold At Public Auction On ' HICKMAN, KY., r THURSDAY, DEC. 1st, H0 These are the most desirable lots for speculation ever offered for sale in Hickman. The new railroad that is being built to Hickman will come very close to this property. Work will commence on the new levee in a few days. This is the age of great opportunity for making money in Real Estate in the South and especially in the best town in Kentucky where Real Estate is always higher next year. How many men do you know who have failed to make money on every piece of real estate they ever bought in Hickman, Ky. Free Band Concerts Will Be Given at Intervals During the Sale bid for the same lot at the artists in their line in the country. COME A2YD HEAR THIS BAND Twin Auctioneers JaiS?! Our Famous same time and in the same tone of voice. They are EVEN WORTH accredited with being the finest fllZ BUY GOLD COME IF YOU DO $25 fau NOT SILVERWARE WANT TO Everyone who attends will have a guess at the many handsome presents we will give absolutely free during the sale LOTS !! ILiI HANDSOME SILVER PRESENTS CHEST OF BEAUTIFUL 1 41 4h $25 WATCH fcTvrSiJ Terms Are Very Easy DON'T FORGET iTHE DATE Own Your Own Home Thursday, Dec. ist, Prizes will be on display at the Hickman Drug Co. They will gladly give you a guessing card 10:30 a. m. Remember we have no You make the price and we make the EASY TERMS!!!!! by-biddin- g. , INVESTORS REALTY CO 'V, - TlEIiES 3P3S03RIL-E- ! "J. ITHO - SJEHLmJLm A. A LOT jL JMCI3XTXJTE5 . r. GIVEN How LICENSE TO PLUNDER 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 alio be a firm basis for credit and credit to the business man is of more importance than ready money. In the Trusts, Under Republican Misrule, Rob the American Consumer. n special dlBpntch Hickman 3 ONE DOLLAR OPENS Paid on Savings nnd Time Deposits Hickman Bank Oldest Dank In Fulton Co. V. W. i. UKKIi. IM.Mrr jno. 1'Vf.K. Ami. fiulilf r J I I. 9 j t to if renchod tbo totnl of 71), Bovo;. y bodies. Including that of Willis Hvnns, itho youn mining engineer who gnve Mnry hod n llttlo lint 'up his llfo .o save n Hlnv minor from lint there! I'm ronlly grieved, suffocation, havo been taken out. There' no uo finishing tho poem, PUe men nro dead nnd eighteen In It will not be believed. Jurcd na tbo result of an explosion in I torpor's Ilamr. the mlno of tbo Shoal Creek Coal company of Chicago, at Panama, 13 Hut we can mnko n llttlo guess miles north of lilllsboro, 111. Four And como within a mllo; of tho mon woro killed outright and Whon Mnry hnd that llttlo lint tko fifth dlod lator from Injuries. Dig onee woro not In stylo. Japan Is preparing n factory law tc Rprlugflold Union. bo brought befnro tbo diet nnxt soa son. Tbo bill will prohibit employ ment of children under twelvo ycar Or maybe this thought will explain About Hint "little hat;-- II .old, and thoso of sixteen and over will only seemed small when compared not bo permitted to work tnoro than twclva hours n day. With Mnry'u nifty "rnL" Itoyal millinery la hugo qnnntltlei Birmingham was tho final feather that caused the , Iorlugueo rorolutlon, says Francos Mnry may hnvo realty had ;i'. I'aulus, a Dotrott artlat who has A little hat, but still returned homo from savnn years' resl I'll bet that there was nothing 'rince In Europe, Very little to the bill. Hlcamor reports tell of tho cere- Tetineseeean. monies of tho "sow soul" celebration whloh took plaeo In Tokyo recently to Let Mary have her little hate, PtwAiio tho "souls- - of tho animals Dig bills and nifty rata; slaughtered to food the Japanese array The coet Is coming down during tho rvcont war with Russia. llurmh for the Democrat! With tbo haarty approval of th Hickmnu Courier. Judges of tbo Juvonllu court and tb pollco commlsalonor, tbo newsboys' court was oponcd In Boston with Hires schoolboy Judges. It will dispose ol petty offenses by nowsboya. Itavurslng tho decision of tho gen rral assembly of tho Presbytorlan church In America, tho superior court of Hamilton county. Ohio, declared II' .legal a proposed merger of tho First Presbyterian Second and Central .churches of Cincinnati. Proporty vol' ued at 160.000 Is Involved. Ily tho overturning of tho Sharp Arrow car at the auto race track at Albert Fuchs. tho Bavannnh. Oa. mechanician, was Instantly killed, nnd William E, Sharp, designer of tho car, and William II. Plger, driver, woro seriously Injured. Prof, llorschot G. Parker of ColumJUDGE WISE. bia university has Just returned from Alaska with wbnt ho declares la Indisputable proof of tho falsity of Dr. Fred Business Philosopher. erlok Cook's claims to having ascended "Illlnd man's buff la a Jolly game," to tho top of Mount McKlnUy. Parker declare that his proofs, In tho shape bays tho Judge, "oxcopt when you pf photographs, show that Cook really play It In a drug storo. You nro did got within twenty miles of Mount shown exactly what you want at tho McKlnloy. Hickman Drug Co." Roso of MilwauDavid was marriod at his summer kee near Paw Paw, Mich., to a vaudeExhibit Dangerous Mkehlncry. ville girl, Mrs. Itosomary Whltnoy, noa Kuropo has nino museums for ex Qloss. Only Mr. Iloso'a son and daugh-jtemaand Mr. Roao'a sacrotary were pros-en- hlbltlng the dnngerous parts or chinery. All the rivers of Franco havo overIU about Umo for anotlior flro. flowed tholr bnnks, doing vast damage to property. Many vlllagos In castorn Lot Kennedy wrlto you some InsurFranco aro Inundatod and numerous ance today. factories havo boen stopped. Fifteen hundred people of tho city of Nancy A Needless Warning. nro homeless. Very often tho friend who slaps you Ask for Omega Hour. Nono heartily on tho bnok Is getting reodj x llottcrsworth & Prathor. to mnko n light touch Dallns News I Age-Heralcot-tagr (Dlagun (Col) mlno The known death loll of ttio reconl disaster nsi No Cliance, from Now Haven, Senator Dulkcloy Is said to hnvo mado tho statement thnt "every promlso made on tho platform on which Tnft ran hns been rcdoomod." Ono of tho promises mndo In that platform wna thnt tho Republican party would revise tbo tariff to conform to tho dlfforonco of tho cost of production hero and abroad, plus a reason-nbl- o profit to tbo homo manufacturer. Did they do it Not by a largo majority Hory ono convorsnnt with tho cotton nnd woolen schedules then existing, know Instinctively tho mean-inof thnt promlso must bo thnt tho rotton nnd woolen schedules of tho Dlngloy tnrlfT bill must bo reduced. No other outcome could bo Imagined or thought of. The statements mado by vnrlous Important politicians through the country slnco tho present Mil beenmo n law. thnt tho Republican party had not promised to reduro the tariff, sounded to thoso who knew tbo fnrtn ko tho most nrrnnt or tho donfceBt Ignornnco To glvo you n moro oxpllrlt Idea of my meaning, I will glvo you an I hnd in tho summer of 1909 Going to Knglnnd In tho month of July I took with mo various snmplos of lightweight, spring won teds for men's wenr. mado by American manufacturers, and had them examined nnd mlued against English productions of tho snmo chnractor, nnd this wns dono by ono of tbo cleverest experts In Bradford, England. Tho first samplo ho compared with a cloth mado and sold by nn American woolen company nt 11.14 por yard not. Tho English goods or tho snmo weight nnd chnractor, nnd qulto as' good mntorial, cost In Drndford 54 cents, and tho most astonishing fact of all was, thnt these goods could not bo Imported and sold at tho prico at which tho American woolon company sold their goods. Thcso and other similar samples I shall bo glnd to snow to any ono who Is Interested In tho matter. Doos tho honorablo senator mean that tho American manufacturer is entitled to havo 04 cents per ynrd protection on a fabric costing abroad 64 cents Does bo claim tho promlso of tho Republican platform wns cnrrlod out In this and numberless other Instances of the snmo kind Tho moBt charltablo construction to put on his statement Is, thnt ho has been, ns Mr. Tnft was, badly ndvlsed. Lotter In Now York Times. non-sens- Grocery and save money o. ... Do your trading here on your Groceries monopolies, or combinations under'tho forms, nny under tho direct inspiration and encouragcraont, of tho law. Every word thnt he has hod to say inoy aro noi so many, but they aro lteratod and roltoratod Interminably about tho evil and peril of monopolistic corporations is "peculiarly" truo of tho products of tho tariff legislation of the past forty years. The participation in public nffnlrs, tho domino-Ho- n of tho legislative branch, tho Indirect control or tho executive, Influ-enc- e In party politics, corruption nnd demoralization In every department or publlr adlvltles such as ho denounces In his vague and rorvent fashion all those are sins of tho corporations created nnd fostorod by tho tariff. Now York Times. Rights of the Workmen. The. peoplo nre taxed to protect tho Industries nnd tholr omployos. Tho All Due to the Tariff. We do not think it was very wise of Mr. Roosovolt to put tho tnrlff In tho front place. It Is too obviously tho typo nnd embodiment or nil that he professes to abhor and fight In poll-ticIt is tho mother of trusts, of IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW. What a heap of Happiness It Would Bring to Hickman. Hard to do bousowork with an aching back. Brings you hours of misery at leisure or at work. If women only knew tho causa Dackacho pains como from sick kidneys, 'Twould save much needless woo. Doan's Kidney Pills euro sick kidneys. Hickman peooplo endorse this: Mrs. R. Li. Graves, of Shaw road, Hickman, Ky., says: "I had an attack of kldnoy trouble which caused my back to become very Iamo and weak. Headaches wcro common, I felt tired and found It difficult socio days to finish my housework. Learning about Doan's Kldnoy Pills, I went to Helm & Ellison's Drug Store and procured a box. Thoy rid mo of tho lameness in my back, restored my strength and made It possible for mo to do my housework without any In convenience. I can say that Doan's IXdncy Pills benefitted mo more than anything lso I over used." For sale by all dealers. Price EOc. Fostor-Mllbur- n Co. Butfalo, N. Y., solo agents for tho United Slates. itemeniocr mo namo uoans nna tako no other. Biggest lino of stoves In Hickman, prices range from 3 to $25, both wood and coal, at tho St. Louis Furnishing Co. Wo can save you from 25 to 50 per cent if you buy here. Our 25c cofrco is equal to any you Betters-- Meats, etc, J POTTAGE W. govon.nent does not collect this tax, but It makes a tarlfr law nnd tho poo- olo pnv HOTEL Prop. J. COOK, ovornmont makes tho peoplo tUs tax to tho protected Indus- rles, primarily on tho plea that It Is .feowary to tho workmon, then it is tho government's duty to soo that tho workmen get whnt thoy nre entitled to and what tho peoplo ore assessed to glvo them. Mott's Nervous Pills. Tho great nervo and brain treatment for men and women, produces strength and vitality, builds up tho Bystom and ronows tho normal vigor. tor salo by Hickman Drug Co., or by mall, 51 pur box, 6 boxes for $6. ' ytho tie tax in added prices. And 'II BEST $1 a Day House Western Kentucky ).... -1- N- For good groceries and prompt ser over bought at 35 to 40c worth & Prather. vice phono Homo 38. Special Offer We expect to put out a greater number of farm wagons around close to home this year than ever before, and in ordc 6 do this we are making the special prices below: Roosevelt and the South. "If the nomination of Colonol Roose velt oy the Republicans dopends upon hi ability to carry a single southorn state, the momborn of thnt party opposed to Mr. Roosovolt need have no fear or his nomination," said George x Aianin or Atlanta at tho Raleigh tho othor ovontng. Mr. Martin for 20 years has beon a mombor of tho North Carolina gonoral assombly. Although his present term has not expired, ho now Is a resident of Atlanta, to whloh city ho rccontly removed. "I was In Atlanta tho day Colonel Roosevelt made his recent spooch." continued Mr. Martin, "and tho man cortalnly was eiven itmmi nmnrimmA ovation. It rained, but tho crowd that turned out to hear him was vory largo. Dut whilo many peoplo of tho south nro taken with tho personal mngnotlsm of tho man and liko to hear him speak, It Is qulto a different proposition to consldor him as tholr condldato. Of all who hoard him and who assisted In making his nppenrnnco there the spoctacular thing It was, I bellevo that not a man oxcopt thoso who ordinarily voto tho Republican tlokot would support him, and It Is doubtful oven ir ho would got tho to-tRepublican voto or Georgia. It Is ono thing to cheer nnd applaud and qulto anothor to glvo tho recipient ot this adulation ono's suffrage"- - Washington Star. 2?4 Thimble Skein Wagon, with bed, at. " " " 3x0 " " " 3li .$50.00 52.00 55.00 Gin furnish any height wheel preferred, the regular height, 42x52 inch, or the low 40x44 inch or spocial 37x46 inch. In the low wheel we specially recommend the 40x44 height, as they are well proportioned, very strong and durable. Upon investigation you will find these prices from $8 to $12 under most all makes, and at the same time we propose to give you a first-clalight running other bone-dr- y material throughout. wagon, made of ss VAVw BOTTOM 3F03C- FARM Put a pom 8 plaster on tho chest nnd tako a good cough syrup Internally ir you would treat a sovoro caso or soro lungs properly. Cot tho dollar alio BALLAJID'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. With each bottle thoro Is n rreo HEHRICK'S RED PEPPER POR US PLASTER for tho chest. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. WE GUARANTEE EVERY WAGON right along side any other make for strength, light running, etc. Remember that while we are making extremely low prices, we propose to give you just as good a wagon as the other fellow is now charging you at least ten dollars more for. Mr. S. L. Dodds, the proprietor, having his own timber and mills, is in position to build wagons for much less than those who are compelled to go on the open market for their supply of material. Being a large planter, Mr. Dodds uses a great number of wagons, and is in position to know just what style wagon suits the farmer best and is now having wheels made with extra thick tires,, deeper felloes, larger hubs and all other parts ironed in proportion. 5 250 acres INTEREST LONG TIME Sale T DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. 1ft 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 Sholbyvlllo. Flro, bollovcd to havo been of Incondlary origin, destroyed tho largo framo llvory and boarding stnblo conducted by Allen & Hughes, besides' laying sovcral adjoining cottages In nBlics. Robort Townscnd, tho whlto night wntchman, was burned to death In tho ofTlco of tho stablo, nnd Wiilinm Allen, ono of tho proprietors, escaped only nftcr being bndly burned. Twenty-sihead or horses woro burned to death, besides n hearse and a lurgo number o! othor vehicles. The Only Way. Tho Woman H I nskod you how old you thought I was whnt would you tell mo T Tho Man A dnrncd lie or course Regulnto tho bowels when Uioy fall to movo proporly. HERDINE Is nn ndmlrablo bowel regulator. It holps tho llvor and stomach and restores a flno feeling of strength and buoyancy. Prico GOc. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Our foreman, Mr. Hertweck, and also our business manager, Mr. Baltzcr, has been raised up in the wagon business, having been connected with this plant practically all their lives, and both are thorouf hly familiar with the important points of s wagon manufacture, and are using their every effort to put out a strictly wagon that will best suit the farmer. first-clas- 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, per acre. m TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER W. A. DODDS HICKMAN WAGON CO. INCORPORATED Fresh Oysters. Jones. J '' Phone 65 WV''' w v J. A. COTTON & CO. t t --- (INCORPORATED) Plumbers Tinners WORK IN BOTH BRANCHES EXECUTED t b PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY t i t t u !( IT Hickman, Ky. $ & ''''"4 I at ELECTRIC SIGNS. They cannot help it. Electric signs draw the crowds 'and makethe business. Let us show you a few plans of electric signs which will make your store one of the most attractive in town, and will not cost you nearly as much as you think. get back to the city. "You would be killed!" sho cried, clutching Ids nnn llercely. "You never can Jump, Tnixton. Sec bow wo (ire running. If you Jump I shall follow. I won't go on alone. I am as much to blame as you." A omul! station flew by. "Ronn, seven kilometers to Edelweiss." Ho looked nt her In despair. "Wo'ro going faster and faster," ho grated. Just then his gaze alighted ou tho pathetic breakfast. ITo stared as If liypnotlzcd. Wai be Koine mad? An Instant biter be was ou lift bands and knees examining tho mysterious feast. She Joined bliu at once. No two faoes ever before were so puzzled and perplexed. "By heaven," ho exclaimed, "I seo It all! Wo'vo been deliberately shanghaied! We'vo been Imttled up hero and shipped out of (own. Don't touch that stuff! It's probably full of poison. Great Scott, what a clover gang they are!" Whereupon ho proceeded to kick tho unoffending breakfast out of tho car door. To tbolr dying day they werw to bcllcvo that tho food liad been put thero by agents of the jtnpU conspirator. "IlnHo!" said ho. "We're slowing up." Uo looked out ami abend "There's n bil.'.ge down tbenvil u bit yes. there's our same okl rlTcr! They're nuinlng slow for tho bridge. We can swing off, Loraluc Now's our chancer Tho train was larly creejlng up to the bridge. He claH-- l her lu the strong crook of his left arm. slid down to a sitting position and boldly pushod himself clear of tho car. lauding on bis feet. Staggering forward with the I in petus he had received, ho would have fallen except for a mighty effort. A sharp grain escaped his IIih as he low. erod I.ornlni' to tho ground. Sho looked anxiously Into bis face aud saw nothing there but relief. "Como along," sakl tho man brlolly. "Wo must try to reach that station lck there. There I can telegraph In Oh!" Ills first attempt to walk brought out a groan of pain. Ho had turned his anklo In tho leap to the ground. "I.eun on moP she cried, despair Ingly. felt back dumfounded. "The country!" lie exclaimed. "Wo'vo becu carried nway God In heaven The prince he Is lost!" He was be Hide, himself, raging lil.o n madman. He had shouted to her that ho must 1 said, with grim stubbornness. "1 "Xonsensel" be pain. We'll uot stop, my dear not till we get word to don't mind tho Danglosw." At a wagon road Hickman Ice or. & Coal Co. t. JPTTiTiOTJ, " A - INCORPORATED crossing two miles. BTaiingor hating covered Her lit- paused to rest, they 5 P--S-- - " A - - A WEDDING PRESENT Dont Know? Try Cut Glass "? 'i Nothing appeals more strongly to the bride. Nothing gives the new home a more luxurious touch. And then we have everything in the gold R' caused him to took up from the swollen ankle, which "LEAN OS MK!" SIIK ho was rogarilng jr cniEn. wUh ,lub0Ug coo. cern. An ox cart was approaching M from the west "A rldol" she cried Joyously. They stopped tho cart ami bargained for a ride to Ronn. The man was a fanner, slow and suspicious. Ho haggled. "The couutry'a full of evil men and women these days," he demurred. I have a heavy enough load as M It la for my yoor boasts." M Miss TullLj conducted the negotla , .j tlons. "Wo V you getare bound for ICdPlwolsa. Can us thoro In two hours?" "With these bcaMs. poXir things? Nevurl" "It will be worth your while. A ,H buudrtd gavus if enrrv m ti i nn .r place v. here i rm .1 tsTi tle cry of Joy H transportation." In tltno she won him over. He agreed to carry them along the way at his best speed until they rumo up with better beasts or reached the city gates. They climbed up to tho seat, and tho tortuous Journey began. Tho farmer trotted beside the wheel uearly all of tho way, descanting warmly In painful English on the present eondl tlon of thlugs lu the bills. "Tho rascals have made way with tho beautiful Miss Till I Is. She Is the American lady stopping at the castle You should seo her, sir. Excepting our dear Princess Votive (Jod rest her bouI sho Is the most beautiful creature Oraustark has ever seen not qullo so gniud as the Countess but fairer, bollevo me. She Is beloved by every ono. Sho Is to be married to the Count Vos Hugo, a Ono lad, sir. Now sbo is gone 1 don't know what ho will do. Suicide mayhap,'' "Do you know the great Count Mar lanx?" domnnded King, possessed of a sudden thought. The man faced him at the mention of tho name, n suspicious gleam In his ejes. "Count Marlanx!" ho snorted. There was no mistaking the angry scowl "Are you friends of that simko? If you are, get out of my oarL" "He's all right!" cried Tnixton. "Tell him who wo arc, Lornlue. and why we must get to the city." Flvo minutes later tho farmer, over como by tho stupendous news, was lashing bis oxen with nilnlit and main The astonished beasts tore down the road to Ronn so bravely that there seemed some prospect of vetting a telegram through In time At Itoun they learned that the operator bad been unablo to call HdolweIs since 7 o'clock. In time tho city gates came In sight, far up the straight, narrow road. It seemed to the quivering Americans that the gates were mocking; them by drawing farther away Instead of coming nearer. Near the gates, which were still open. It occurred to him lu n single tlasli of dismay that ho and Ivsluo would Iv recogalzrd and Intercepted by Marlanx watchers. It was sho who had the solution They might succeed lu imwrtug the gates If they bid thcmsulra In the Ixd of tho cart, undoniath the thick can vas covering Tho fanner lifted th cloth, and they crawled down niuoug the melons. "To the tower!" cried tho auxIou Truxton. "Impossible"' shouted the fanner "The streets are roped off, and the crowds are too groat" "Then lot us out as near to the tower as posNlliler' cried tho other. "Here wo areP cried Uie driver n few minutes later, pulling up his half dead oxen and lutiplug t the ground. Off through nn alley tbey hurried. They came to tho crowded sittf re a few minutes later. The clock In the cathedral pointed to 12 o'clock ami afttrl The catastrophe had not yet taken pUco. Thoy were In timet Hvory- whre they heard glad vokw crying out that tho prince ""as coming. "Great Cod!" cried Truxton, stopping suddenly and pointing with trembling hand to a spot nrross the street. There sho Isi At the corner! Stop heri" Ho had caught sight of Olga Plata-novIngo-med- ques "How arc yi.t.r 1.0. 's?" I tion the doctor uts. lie know wnai a siupui.mi nvur ' means, lie Knows wnac a iuiik um m uoiiwwiuji plaints result from constipation. I Ic knows that headaches, bilious iittaclvs. indigestion, impure blood, and general debility are often promptly relieved by a good liver pill. We wish you would talk wilh your own doctor about this subject. Ask him at the same lime if he approves Tc of Avcr's Pills. Do as he says. MSBMllS Amt Co .7.ouW. 4m. siKim itmi I The Error's First me pim his is friierniiy Qitgii HICKMAN MARBLE T0A IHueconir to WORKS H j K8TAI1II.1HIIKI) UML Marblevand Granite I Monuments NGIDCUR, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. DILLON, Sr.,.Prop. 11. O. ltmminfitdeceiunl) ssaest&i? I Hickman, Kentucky Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY MIIKOTOUH II. 1IUOHANAN J.W.AI.KXANDKH lir.J.M. HlUIIIAUIt J.J.ailONIUMtANT OKO.ll.TllllHI.KHI.il T.A. t.Httl'UUI) H. M. IHI.KH We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, nnd ofier our depositors ihe most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS II ItUOIIANAN. TrnUlent . r HAMAi.K Ai1 fn.liliT J A TIlDMIttON, (Vuhler iii Our Stock is Complete and ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas CnllonorTVIrphoneut when In need of (lUnCKIUKH. or rKKIlSTUITH. KUKHII MKATH ! Telephone 6 3 Deliveries Ledford &. Randle COAL CASH $4.00 4.75 4-25 r "He-side- s, n ju and silver line. CALL AND SEE THEM 'Every Month' writes Lola P. Roberts, o! Vienna, Mo., "I used to be sick most of the time and suffered with backache and f T H L2r SCHLENKER-T- he TV Ai -- Jeweler T5"? ? T"" - Z- - f k 'J headache. My Mother, who Cash Book Store J. KELLY SMITH Jittorney-at-Law had been greatly helped by the use of Cardul, got me two bottles, and I have been well ever since." E49 Tho first row of dragoons wns already passing In front of her. Less than 200 feot nway rolled, the royal coach or gold. "An anarchist!" shouted King hoarsely. Ho looked llko one himself. "The bomb! The bomb! Stop tho prince!" Colonel Qulnnox recognized this bearded, uncouth figure and tho flying, terrified girl at his heols. King was dragging her along by the hand. Qulnnox nlono prevented tho dm goons from cutting down tho pallid madman who stumbled blindly toward tho coaches beyond. "Stop tho coach!" cried King. Tanlc seized tho crowd. Olga Plata-nov- a stood alone, her eyes wldo and glassy, staring as If petrified at the faco of TruxtoH King. IIo saw the object In her wavering hand. A plain, whlto faced farmer In a smock of blue was crossing tho street with mighty bounds. Ms eyes glued upon tho arm of the frail, torrlfled If he could only arrest that palsied, uncertain arm! Out sbo hurled the bomb, her bands going to her eyes as sho fell upon her knees. Oontlnutil next week. (rCOAL CASH COAL FOR CASH Pittsburg Lump Coal Bon Air Lump Coal Kentucky Coal 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. Splendid Selection New Books Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Onllnnd Hee Oiir Stock KvorytliltiK Clinton, Kentucky Onflenlh of CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Cardul Is a senile tonic for young and old women. Irregular bowel movomenta lend to chronic constipation and a constipated habit fills tho system with imnnH. ties. HEItUINE la a groat bowel r. It purifies tho systom, vital-Ize- s tho blood and puts tho digestlvo organs In flno vigorous condition. Prlco COc. Sold by Hickman Drm? On tor-ulato- You can leave your order, accompanied with cash, at the office of Hickman Ice & Coal Co., or phone 48 if you you wish order sent C. O. D. No one has authority to extend credit, so don't ask for it. I will appreciate your patronage, and by selling strictly for cash can give you security againtst an exorbitant advance in prices. A. A. FARIS At M fees to ChrlilUnltl. Mary Berendes & Co. Luckily for the Captain. Captain (spinning a yarn) I was for eight days a prlsonor among th cannibals. Lady And how was It they didn't eat you! Captain (calmly) Well, tho truth was tho chlof's wlfo had mislaid her cook-boo- It relieves and prevents builds strength. It feeds the nwves. It helps the whole systuu. Si Pigtn Idea of Oerth Death -- a stopping of ImpreaHlons through tho senses, and of tho null Ing of tho cords of motion, nnd of the ways of thought, and of service to the desh. Marcus Aurollus. Neuralgia of tho faco phoulder, feet or hands rcqulro a powerful remedy that will penctrato tho flesh. SNOW LINIMENT noasnasM that power. Rubbed In whoro tho pain Is folt la all that is necessary to rollovo sufforlng nnd restore-- normal conditions. Prlco 2Cc, EOc and J I por uouio. aoia ny mcKman Drug Co. Extreme of Loneliness. Gorman proverb: Without a frlond tho world Is a wilderness. The Lyric. 11 Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, 8pc. Jit Courier See samples. Office. pain. HAL-LARD- 'S Made after-effec- ts, from harmless . Our mill Is running every day. tAAAAAAAAAAA A AAA AJLAA AAAAAA You will not be disappointed If you WHY NOT TRY Popham's come to our mill for shingles. Yates ASTHMA REMEDY & Kirk Bhlngl Co. Given prompt and posltlvo relief In overy case. Sold by tho Hick-- Anything you want that wo haven't man Drug Co.,prlco $1. Trial got in Furniture we will bo glad to package by mall order It for you. Hickman Furniture Williams Mfg. Co., Props., 10c. Cleveland. Company. "i-TH- roots and herbs, It has no bad does not interfere with the use of any other medicine and can do you nothing but good. Try Cardul. It will help you. Your dealer sells It Clara Belcher Co. Nov. 24, 25, 26. Tho Fighting Parson, Doc. , 1010. Ishmaol, dramatized by Allco E. Ivoa from Mrs. Southworth's novel of tho samo namo, Dec. 14, 1910. St. Elmo, by Cathorlno Hadloy & Co., Iofflngwell's copyrighted vorslon Dec. 19, 1910. Tho Lost Trail, Jan. 7, 1911. Tho Widow Perkins, Fob. 0, 1911. Cast Asldo, March 3, 1911. m Call at tho Hickman Furnlturo Co. you want In furniture. Beware of substitutes see that our for anything trade-mar- k Is on your plumbing and tinning jobs. John Cotton. Konnody for Insurance. - ttifc .!. --T,-TAn, .....,,,V1' I -. 444444.4444, PP4PWqMPWP4M ? t 444 4.44, j - w - ; tm do Injustice to your stomach. NOW FOR THE FALL! Uotmer's jj-h'cm- e fircfr J a with tho unfortunate. As you havo been prospered, sharo Tho Jolly Girl. jony Kin in uorn, not made; training or ondoavor oan counter- (her Thoro nro Uioso, to be sure, affect Jollity, but ll Is only skin- tut) a urltor In Harper's iki- TJio Jolly girl la Jolly under In Imd wtUi- clrrumstnucos khi'ii shi hasn't a cout to liar , when alio lias tho toothache; kIii has lont Lor Nltuatlou; she breaks hor needle; when 'Jjntk luilr tumbles down In Jub- vlu-sho is shopping; when hor ullnu neighbor nt thy theatre out and when ho rotunts; when IjIIIb nro duo. Bho never seetns tdulgo In thnt feminine luxury blues" nud It Is a mistake to kho Mint sho Is noisy; there l a of tho lndy-llknrlstocratlc as well as or tho or- do ; n fUm-wlf- e Through tho fast passing day npoak kind words whllo you mny. Let no net of kl milium bo over wlthdmwn for Uio dear onus about us may soon bo gono. Be good and do good whurevcr you roam, and osneolnlly display thoso tralu at your homo. An Illinois widow hit upon n nool and effective plan to brenk hor daughter of Uio eloping habit. Tho girl eloped with her lovor last week. was pursued by Uio Irato mamma who overtook Uium nnd married the loy herselfl a 'f' ' T. A. Grlsflom. wlfo and son re "ISTZi,, turned to their home nt Pilot Oak, Sunday after a visit with the family of B. H. Dowden. They wore accomWork on Uie now railroad Is propanied homo by Hoy Don don. gressing in good shape. Steel is beHunters who flocked to Uio fields ing laid from Tlptouvllle townrds when tho qunll law oxplrvd last Illukinnu at the rate of of n mile a day, and thoy ex'liitd(iy were greatly disappointed as pect to have Uie rails laid today up tlu-found the gnmo vory scarce. to tho Pulton county lino or a little L. D Perry, of McEwen. Tenn , beUnr Ilondurnnt & Moaby, thd conspi-n- t several days here Uila woek tractors who have Uu grading on Uils L D Is Uio same Jolly good fellow nd of the line, are getting Uielr Uimo-quar-tay J.i i1 J 1' f "i li m'?iZ4G2'.. t.HtJZt&iT work up In good shnpo. Oon. II. A. Tylor loft Sunday for Memphis. From thoro ho gooa to Little Hock to iuako nrnuigemonta for tho big Confcdorato whlcli Is to be hold thoro soino tlmo In May. n wno waxen up mind Jollity is tho projmr cue, and sho will bo lively or die usually iJooti Uio business. She thinks It chlufly consists In laughing In chattering nonsense, that It mannor of s pooch merely. rnthr a quality of tho mind which dl ono to inane mo best or bi lling, to soo tho rainbow on Die and tho silver lining behind It. uako ttio wrinkle in the rose leaf tuso of mirth. Homo believe that ty Is an affair of ombonpolnt, who has not beeu disappointed finding tho stout woman melun- ly ana Uio thin one vivacious, the lous noreon full of good humor. tho porson whoso dlgostlon nov- wo her a moment's uneasiness Uio reverse T Tho Jolly girl can suppress herself, and ossumo ncs or penslvoneM: MHguUhtiiK do not sit well upon her, but at a glance that they are hor- I plumes. One Is never dull wit She has that Infinite variety Jell all the world, covets and loves y be a desirable thing that so who have not this natural too should cultivate an encourage In themselves nnd others, slnco It IWighlcns and strengthens llfo, makm ugh placos smoother and ploasaut ces pleosnnter. Possibly It Is no iec!al lrtue In the Jolly girl any Mro than bluo eyes In Uio blond ildou or red hair in the Tltlanesque Jollity flows from her prosenco Just the nlghUngalo'e fluting bubbles from his throat and onohants Uio world, Just as tho poet pours forth fcls song "In profuso strains of unpremeditated art," Just as tho tree blossoms, tho grasses sprout, Uie stars flhlno, without effort, without design, vtlh sincerity and constancy and spontanety. Let hor be shipwrecked or an invalid stranded on a bed of pain yet sho docs not lose or abate that peculiar trait 'which makes sunshine for Uioso about hor and sweeps tho cobwebs out of their sky. 10 Kin ir TJi big corn crop Is supposed to account for Uio fall In price of hogs nud cattle N . lO . Bunk Roper, a farmer at tho edge Contract for Boats, of Mayflold, shot and probably fatally wounded Jim Marbrcy, an aged negro Thursday night, who waB A special from St. Louis, Friday, caught stealing corn from Uio crib. Two loads of buckshot took offect says: For its bargo lino, which Is in tho body of Uio negro and tho to revive Its traffic on tho Mlsslalp-p- i River botwocn St. Louis and Now whlto man hauled tho victim homo In Orleans, tho Mississippi Transporta n wagon. Uon Co., yestorday lot a contract to Jno. W. Campbell, ono of tho sub- tho Amorlcan Bridge Co., for Uio con stantial farmers of this county, was strucUon of two inoro steel boats, a wolcomo caller at tho Courlor of- ono a packet freighter and Uio othfice Monday. Mr. Campboll ordered er a bargo, work to begin nt onco at tho Courlor sont to h'ls two sons, A. a cost of I325.C00. Tho packet will Q. and Carl, at Los Angoles, whoro cost $250,000. boUt havo splondld positions with tho Tho boata aro to bo blult In PittsLos Angeles Traction Co. burg and are to bo constructed on Hon. It. T. Tyler says In a Joking Uio now typo plnnned and outlined wny Uiat he will start a now town by engineers of Uio Mississippi Valon his property near Uio lake, which ley TransportaUon Co. Tho contract is located on tho now railroad. Thero was lot through Edward E. Green, may bo more truth than Jest In his contract manager of Uio American statement. Well, hero's to Uio suc- Bridge Co. cess of Tylorvlllo, Ky. Work on tho new boat Is to bo Tho Court of Appeals Thursday re- rushed, so that is posslblo they may versed Uio caso of Pollcoman Lewis, bo used in Uio river trado next of Mayflold, convicted of murdor of spring. Tho American Bridge ComJaraos Puckett and given a sontenco pany Is affiliated with Uio Carnegio of ton years in tho penitentiary. Stool Co. Tho rovoreal was on orrora In InstrucTho boats contracted for aro Uio tions. first of a fleet to bo run by Uie MisTho O. K. barber shop, L. T. Jack- sissippi Valloy TransportaUon Comson, proprietor, has Installed hand-r.ora- o pany between St. Louis, Uio gulf and now fixtures. northern points on tho Mississippi River. It may mean a rovival of riv er trafflc.rlvermen say. W. K. ICav-anaugh is president of Uie company. Thomas II. Lovelace, secretary of tho Deep Waterways Association," said tho contract for moro boats was soon to bo let, "Lakes-to-tho-Gulf I A Santa with his package of Tho boats will draw about 3 feet of water and will carry ahout 1000 tons of freight to Uio foot of draught. Guy Freeman, of Fulton, was in this city on business Monday. Townsend Green, of Shelbyvllle, at tended tho funeral of his brother hero last Wednesday, returning homo & Claus... Is speeding his way to Hickman Friday. Mr. and Mrs, E. E. Reeves were called to Now Madrid, last week on account of Uio death of Uio HtUo son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Henry. Wi Christmas Goods which he will have opened and on display at Real Estate Bargains. Below I quote somo of tho best bargains ever offered in Fulton county, Ky., and Obion county, Tenn., w v N r lands: No. 1. One farm of 105 acres, 9 miles from Hickman in Obion county, Tenn. 100 acres cleared, all level, clear of trees and stumps, thoroughly restiled; 2 good barns, good idence, and all other necessary improvements. Price IC2.60 per aero. No. 2. Ono farm of 250 acres about 135 cleared, 7 good tenant houses, all enclosed new wire fence. Nearly all tiled, lot of good merchantable timber on land not cleared. Prlco Is $C0 por acre. This placo is 2 miles from Hickman in lower bottom. No. 3. One farm of C2 acres threo miles below Hickman, neat house, about 12 acres cleared and lot of good Umber on uncleared land. Prlco $50 per acre. No. 4. Ono farm of 170 acres, flvo miles from Hickman on the Dyers-bur- g road about 100 acres cleared, a bout 50 acres level, balance hill. This Is nlco Improved farm, good house, 2 good barns, nlco orchard, free delivery and telephone. Prlco $20 per This can be made a fine stock farm. No. 5. One farm of 200 acres, six miles from Hickman on Dycrsburg road, about half cleared, balanco in Umber, good houso and barn, good orchard; well unproved. Prlco $20.00 per aero. o. Ellison Bros. he invites everybody to come and see them. About December 5 th Return of tho Prodigal Son In 1910. No, it Isn't that Uio world has grown hard hearted; It isn't that wo aren't Just as glad today to suo Uio prodigal como back and Just as lovingly anxious to welcome him homo us over was anybody in Uio 16Ui chapter of Luke. It is Uio maimer In which Uio prodigal son of 1910 frequently returns that throws a wet blanket over tho festivities of tho wolcomo. When ho comes down Uio rood with his hat hanging on his oar and hi hands In his pockets; when ho kicks Uio faithful old houso-doas ho lounges hi at Uio gato; whan ho calls his faUior "dov'iior" nnd the hired man "Cull," when ho wants to know "what's for dinner!" before ho has been in Uio house flftoon minutes; whon ho gives his older broth er two fingers to ahako, and advises him to comb tho ha)socd out of his hair; Whon ho throws hlmsolt Into1 tho easiest chnlr In Uio house, porches his feet on Uio window sill and o announces that ho'll "tako a tub when ho comos baok dinner;" with n gonornlly a forgiving air of goodfollowshlp about him, and trie to inako all tho rest of tho family feel very easy and reassured Uien bo-for- P. S. Say! We've got the greatest line of Holiday Goods to show you that youVe ever seen. Had to take the whole upstairs to display them, and it's chuck full. See ELLISON. It Is my son Uiat your father longs to run nnd meet you whllo jou nro a great way off and fall upon your neck with a plow line and wolt you Into a state of becoming humility and ponltencc by Uie tlmo you nro ublo to tako off your hat to tho bound boy, and crawl up to tho front stops and ask your brothor to shako bauds with you. Good people aro Just as glsd today as over Uioy wore, to seo 1dm como homo in n back and ask them to pay tho drlvur and sond for his bnggago. Four womon will sit In Uie Eighteenth general assembly of Colorado ,ns a result of Uie recent election. Three of thorn aro elected from stato representative districts in Denver. United States Consul D. It. Birch of Alex6ndrla, Egypt, In a report to Uie government, says tho cotton crop In 'Egypt this year will bo nearly pounds, as compared with a lold of 500,000,000 pounds last year. Richard Lawronco Is dead nt Ind., from a gunshot wound through Uio accidental of a gun as It was botng passod to him by his brother Ray. Tho men were In a boat hunting. Census roturna for Los Angeles, Csl., given out by tho census burcnu, glvo that city a population In 1910 of ,319,189, and allow It to maintain easily 'Its placo as tho second city beyond tho Rockies. Schenck, Mrs. Laura Farnsworth wlfo of John O. Schonck, a packer, was arrested at Whoollng, W. Va., on a warrant charging tho attempted murdor of hor husband by administering poison In his food. Whon working on tho top of the now court house at Kankakee, 111., Adam Bishop of Louisville, Ky., pitched head f.oromost sixty feet to Uio ground when tho coping fell from the building. Ho died In a few hours. Governor Donoon saw his son undergo a surgical oporatlon for throat troublo at tho Culver Military academy, in Indiana, whoro young is a cadot. Tho oporaUon was success fuL 0 o De-nio- n Best Investment. Tho lato Hon. David Davis onco said: "Last year ovory local papor glvos from $100 to $0,000 In frco linos for tho bonuflt of tho community In which it is located. No othor ugen- cy can or will do this. Tho local editor, In proportion to his means, does more for his town than any other ten men, nnd lit fnlrness, man vwm man, no ougnt to no supported not bocauso you happen to llko him or ndmlro his wriUngs, but because a local paper Is Uio best Investment a community can mako. It may not be brilliant or crowded with groat thoughts, but financially It Is more a bonoflt to n community than n pronohar or a toachor. Understand us now, wo do not monn morally or Intellectually, but financially, and vet on Uio moral question you will find a majority of local papors aro on tho right sldo. of Uio quostlon. Today tho editors of tho local papors do tho most work for tho least money of any men on carUi. Subscrlbo for your local pnpor, not as a charity, but ns nu Invostmont." tho water bolng too low for heavy nnvigaUon. Nono but tho light packets aro running. Tho Ohio Is also vory low. Progressive Citizens. Thanksgiving Mako othors Plums. happy and bo happy your blosslngs havo yourself. He tlinnkful beeu many. Be coimldorato of others a yoursolf. well as Don't Blame the Hen When you llldo smiles. jour ttrlofa and display your net nnd Djgs for tlicy Inid tlicm If you havo but little, partako of It gratofully. In your heart hubblo Lot up llko a spring. If you aro Bhort of wator, don't guzzylo bcor. Uio Joy In fact everyono theso days, seeks to save Umo and Uio telophono is Uio greatest Umesaver Uiat has ever been invented. It is instantaneous. You can sond and receive your mes-sag- o at Uio sanio Ume. It brings distant cities and towns within your reach almost instantly. It connects you locally wlUi everyono of prominence. It you havo not a telophono of Uio Cumberland Telophono & Telegraph Company, call our manager Immediately for rates and Information. If you use the Bell service you aro in tho center of tho cnUro Bell sys-torconnecting with over five million telephones and overy lmporatnt city and town In tho United Statos. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph ad Company, Incorporated. I havo several other farms listed also somo West Hickman houses and lots which Is going to bo levied soon I also havo about 3000 acres of land 3 to 4 miles above Hickman In upper bottom .This land ovorflows but produces moro than any land In Fulton county; several cleared farms. Prices $8 to $15 per aero. Call on or address mo at Hickman, Ky. B. G. HALE. I s $ X Priee Housel MRS. I. D. PRICE Owner anil Mniiniier. . Were Good vWien sho You can Examine, Insurance Companies and you can Can- Tho man who "novor bollovos any- Z thing ho sues In a newspaper" Is Uio ono who buys a gold blrolc. gon-oarlly - t dle Eggs, but after all isn't It best to demand the kind of Insurance that you know Is good all of the time ? Soils Tlint R. T. TYLER JXiaxcl John Korn refuses to shavo off his whiskers boforo going to tho sonato. Aa you feast on tho fat of tho land Certainly ho dous. Thoso whhkors woro olected by a handsomo majority romombor Uio glvor. Tho Mississippi River is at a low society as and havo a right to go Into or Btago Just now than It has reg Manifest your sympaUiy by acts In Washington. If tho peooplo had well as words. man, they had a (stored In Uio last thrco years. Riv wanted a bare-face- d er traffic is almost at a. standstill, Ucklo your palato do not chance at Buverldgo. As you Tho St. IxjuIb Fur. Co. Is sportlug a handsome new dollvery wagon. I gunranteo all plumbing and tinning I do. If Uio work don't como you up rightand I can't out-talwo will cheerfully do Uie Job over Just llko any othor plumber. Cotton. k 2 Regular meals will be served Special weekly rates. Her old patrons and friends are cordially invited to again make this their headquarters X J Frank Attemps Suicide You need a good For tho 'steonth tlmo Frank . Is again In tho llme-llgctd I"oh-ring- Parisian Ideas A Shame on Lawrence di. Record, THE Clara Belcher Company special from Clinttanooga Friday says Heavy Winter I Frank Fchrlngor, tho Obion county night rldor. In Jail hore under sentenco or one jear for attempting to kill his wife, nttompted sulcldo onrly this morning by drinking two ounces of tincture of lodlno. Fohrlnger nttompted sulcldo whllo In tho Jail at Dresden, Weakloy county, e vvJioro ho was hold ns a witness ho married tho womnn ho more recontly attempted to kill and this o is his second attempt nt suicide. coming to Chattanooga, whoro ,Ie has lived since his roleaso from jail, ho was ono of tho state's main witnesses In the celebrated night rldor coses tried In Obion county, which rosulted in tho passing of death sentences on two and life Imprisonment on six men charged with tho murder of Capt Quontlu Rankin at Reolfoot Lake. Fchrlngor has told his Jailers hore sovoml times that he Intended to kill himself boforo ho Would go to tho ponltontlary. He-for- Overcoat Every man does You need it for protection from the cold, and for Henry Inwretice. editor of tho Caliolow U a picture of tho veteran la mad at the ureal H character comedian. W M Helcher IMJcbI Mom of Pulton county Ltt founder of the fiimmia ,lnlihera t'om he devoted two columns of edlans." now the Clara Helcher II. re to a imce to etilogtiiiiK him mi tuple of It wk .1 sake. We would like to show you how well we are fixed to O'Coat you. Plenty of good heavy Overcoatings to show you men. We chose them for their beauty, their durability and their warmth. Wc expect you to choose for If Gov Wlllaon known aythliiK that he Htttor of the Record nun done that It crooked, m Intimated )v Hut potbellied Hut Ayer of the Fnlion Lender. It la Ilia duty to l it Ilia a coward If be (toe know nntthliiK ami doe not It'll K, and If h- d h not, Ayera la itnw,HMl u n vile hI.ih would ln diTiT and coHurdly cur mtlier etrlk from the r iti than from tke front t.-l- ME oSbbbW "W$ "a"kSrTw8X the same reason. We are ready to build you something in top notch of style. Something that you will be $18.00 and proud to own. up to pay. ' ' I1 !r 1 rj v Somebody has said that thoro are moro young men In tho ponltontlary Jn tills country learning trades than thoro aro outside of them. Tho principal causo of this la, wo are educating our young men for gentlemen; trying to mako lawyers, doctors and clerks out of tho material nature Intended for blacksmiths, carpenters, and othor "hewers of wood and drawers of water." It Is a mistake nnd a big one, to teach boys and girls by Insinuation or otherwlso that to Labor Is disgraceful, or If labor is necessary for a livelihood to follow a genteel occupation, and that to do nothing for a living Is moro becoming tho society in which they expect to move and havo respect Hang such society I It Is rotten to the SCHMIDT, the Tailor Friday afternoon the hull" of ntTtained Club wen- from throe to fUe at the hoim of Mrs 8. L. Undria A aalml ioi-- e ami uaitdy were aerved The ll Mrs on were Mm Vitpm HTrli UIU Mum, Mm Koger. nnd M 4waH T. T Suajne. C L VVallur. VH Mrtteat Johtmon. Chaa BalUf-r- . Hlllaon, It. II I'rather. Nannie Klim H man, I. A Stone. J T. Stephen II. Urcrard. J M Hubbard. H N COwwfll and MNm Mart Ilrrvard. e OnU Deep Water 1h WT convention morts In St Louia on Nov 2b and 26 next Friday and Saturday. IhiI llkkman. wc am eorry We to my. will not bo npnxMntad to etxioMr-tuj- a Should havo aent tMe project Ik-to-Ui- coro and there nro many men's sons and daughters who aro now being educated to play the part of "loading lady" and "walking gontloman" In tho gront drama of life, who will light out for a poor house or penitentiary beforo thoy have played their parts and the curtain drops. Go to work. On the Left, White Chiffon with Pearl Mr. Relcher ban for many year on tartalued the i itiiu nnd l on of uo beat Known and nioti highly reaped, d profraaton n" men In tUe thtatrh-a- l (he early wrt of tils mantud on the lecture platform In the iau-- e .V In Lycimu of Temperance, ntd In MRS orjtuiii." d llelrhc : a work the aa Comedlaci. of which be and torouch hard work and fair ! l Inf with the public made It om tr tbe beat known fbeatrlral omani'i ttoaa la the Went and I no in iip anaport of hU dnugtiter. Clam iw-- l !. t lnt Lyric, Nov. 24-25-- 26, IfW&y Drop.; on the Right, Satin and Em broidery. L FOR SALE: Lot 2l-- t In tho Henry Addition; ono of tho best over REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: 8eo If you don't bolloro the there. Price $75. Apply at Courier W. E. Dondurant, agent for M. Ill Fur. Co. sells stores cheaper J office. an body, go and soo. Shaw. At DeQaaea. Ark . John Pnrtl and Iolla Pont were found full ty of ttte murder of William Nlrhola. h former member of the lrtlatur ami both were at'iilenrett to be haiis d January M. UH wife. than Ask for Omega Flour. None liettoraworth & Frathcr. x r Uat BasMlar. while Ur C W Hue launch way laying alowrld " rOowel and drwlar. th iraaoHn f mu ablaae in a t imui r.1 tbe meu on "' dt li a fire en in the blaae and tare UMihi-- r In the boat nnd exilni. .h ha.t l i ed the flame Uifiin- - ill. much harm in-o! t taHSBJ csasiii feHv Majestic Range Demonstration AT OUR STORE ONE WEEK CANFURNISH RCSLRVOIC? FtU3H WITH TOP CT RflNOt , M - A lTDWaCOO i M '""",l . fW , , , .ilh-it- r W ( MAJE5T1C it il.Mll(K MIKIIVISKH u m..n l Kk t L ilmnininl 'T"wiiillntM.KKK. Yir.AMrn. l ci ,aj ll,4n N4h raa tir., P.. 1, .f ,.i, lh I. r.l ,( M ,v, , ii.r ii,., u i riM llw l4iawin r . iitr nKlrubiiMlt4 litloh. l i o( main wx n. uwl a .1. i,. .rl , i ,, . i . , , (,, l n m 'm . ALL COPPER RtSCHVOIK CAN rURNWtl RIGHT rUUlO FLU5H RC5UV0IP A AALLOM W9 i!' - eiK V ,l'.l. urn .', r a i 4,(l Monday, Nov. 28 -- A" lrl aiil ( llpa TMK IimhIW ttiat MAJI9Tir Mdoiprrf lrn Marble f.rlllo. ..anritVfa wi, raiM I. la Hit,, nr f' n fi T" ' .jfe... sTI t- ' mI ,11. 1. .rflfl. ..Ti H .. Itialtla. atari ,n THrt M widrtf it , in PI f M'k'l pUtrd tult'f , o. Ilai f ,j i,.(, aie ' 11, ihi TO- &"'". jt."jiJI.W K?'-f Si -- at r , 'J'-- . - Saturday Julian Choato S. A. Choato Gen. II. A. Tyler W. W. I'rewltt Daniel Davis Dec. 3 THE GREAT f " PEOPLE YOU KNOW WHO USE AND RECOMMEND MAJESTIC RANGES Reolfoot FJuhtas Club O. II. Torrott N. Iiusk Mrs. S. M. Hubbanl MAJESTIC RflNQE and GRAND inn ihjiim ltl lJ.anM.lnl ti,i.llnS i THE RANGE WITH fl REPUTqTION iyiide: in que sizes 3nd iiaruitv. I'aii. " lOi.r.v.n, Baiahiaa aiiaia--i TMK MAJWTTtC Palanl THr llrtpalatf tow TWO ., .. . 1 .. J. stvles. Set of Ware FREE s "" "'" FBI iw ana ' ilHiiia- - til jrsri f II. fatrnl lra .ir . t.i .. a. .. Henry McMullIn John Cotton Stevo Stahr Dock Wheolor D. II. Toombs H. . Hallow Jot Cantlllon Alox. Barnea REASONS WHY THE GREAT MAJESTIC YOU SHOULD BUY 'lat W haa the rcpntatkm of being the tx,t ran money can buy ,,W r"p,rtlton bul U" beat mage nm.ie proe to you If you will let ue. It to eowtrncUKl of mallaahh, Iron. ,m,tttHBl you J. II. I'iokett R. I). Johnson O. N. Holm H. C. Holm W. II. Clark J. W. Ward f it We could give a long list of names but have not the space to do so. We do not ask you to take our word as to the merit of these wonderful stoves just ask any of the above named people what they think of the Majestic, or anyone else whom you know that owns one. Remember the dale of our exhibit and don't fail tq attend. If you cnll at our storo during our Majestic Demonstration Wank, nnd nllow us to show you the many advantages and sujMjrlor qMlHtoa of tho Great and Majestic Range, and will one at the regntar price wo will glvo you Free tho beautiful and utjufu! Souvenir of Ware Illustrated In this advertisement Thla wnro fs mndo to match the ijimlRy of tho MnJeBtlc Ranos, and we know all Jadfos will xao the bauuty ami utility of this set, especially the first throo plocon. which are entirely now and cannot bo had alone by purchase, oxcapt at a very hlfth prloe. The prlcos of Alnjostlc Ranges nro the Rftmu, llut wo Klve the set PItRH with each AInJostIc IlnttRo botiRht durliiR tho donioii.tradoii week only. It l'' "" .n,i St war SOUVENIR FREE "ft To any person (not children) who Will nllow tho Mnjoatlc Alan to show them the merits of TI1H ORKAT AtAJHSTIC RANCH during demon stratlon will got n useful nnd benuUful souvenir KRKU. can't beat, and f Charcoal Iron, malerlai wiU riMt MO par eeut grwu-- r than aim-- l rtveUd unMiw air tlirht Wo heat or rold air eni.-rth. range, thua ua very llttl fMl U) do perfect work Uh. TIh, reaerrr alone I. Wrtli thhe prtc of range 'ovr nny other rearvolr made. It boll. 16 gallon, of water; la ,K, n .,,,.,,. will, pocket agaltNH left hand lining nnd k, ,novnbl d at on a fr.un.. hence cannot wear out. When water get too hot It can be moved awn, from the flrn Alajeatlc Range. i (uaJ; hml mon, , er. co practloally noUtlng for repnln.. laata thruo tin,, ng u bakea better; oiurtor to U clean and glw, btUr .itl.factlon.hnn other range on the market If you know noalUrely Unit the above nny slate inunta nro true, wouldn't you buy a Alnjeatlc at onooT Como in Dainojiatratlon Week nml We'll Prove It to You IR "t l,,) ,, w,.,,,,,, ,,, ONE WEEK ONLY No ware given af- ter demonstration week : : : ' : : Hickman Hdw. Co. INCORPORATED -- ONE WEEK ONLY No ware given after demonstration week : : : : : If fc i r :L 4 L