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Jp 1. ir. rraw? is , C! .JLJWJ-WV- llWl 5V Frank Attemps Suicide You need a good Tor tho 'Btoonth tlroo Frank la again in tho llme-llgA special from Chattanooga Friday says Fell-ring- H Parisian Ideas aaHaRWy Shame on Lawrence Iltir Ijiwivnre, THE Clara Belcher Company ,j-- j. ; v Heavy Winter Frank Fell ringer, tho Obion county night ridor, in Jail here under scntonco of one jear for attempting to kill his wlfo, attempted suicide, early this morning by drinking two ounces of tlncturo of iodine Fehrlngor attempted suicide whllo in tho Jail at Dresden, Woakloj county, where ho was held ns a witness ho married tho woman ho more recently attempted to kill and this e 4s his second attempt at suicide coming to Chattanooga, where ,lio has lived since his roleaso from Jail, he was ono of tho state's main "witnesses in the colobrated night rider cases tried in Obion county. which resulted In tho passing of death sentences on two nnd life Imprisonment on six mon charged with the murder of Capt Quentin Hankln at Ileolfoot Lako Fehrlngor has told his Jailers hero several times that he Intonded to kill himself bofore ho would go to tho penitentiary. be-for- o Ue-for- Overcoat ?Jj'2; ligggggggfcl4? hW? Every man does You need it for protection from the cold, and for t y yi wiioP .ytv gggBaaal editor of the CaTtelow U n pit tre f the veteran ' "'r di Itecord. la mad at &e great po character comedian W M "'h hr ' '"" llilcal Mow of Fulton county Lat founder or the mmou column of dlana" now the t'liira Neither week he d voted luce to ciikigtiliig him Mi n la a Ml in pit of K tt 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. We expect you to choose for If (for Wlllson known aythlng that done the editor of the lleeonl ilmt la crooked, a ltlaiatl l thit Hot Ayers of ih Kullon not bellii-liiiiilf r It ia ilia tint) to tll H He ta a coward If he iIih know aimhHig not tell l and If ti doa ami doi-a ii H alan la atuniiM-hot. Ayi-rwouki r h ami cowardH cur rather atrlke fioin th- rur tbaii from the front a d - t? 4 S$vSy WAf My vh ft 1 Jam . " W&mg . hull' tf tli aitemoon .niTtiilintl r Kmbroktery riuli from three to rite at thi hnm of otirH.p aalnd Ioddi iln 8 !!' and etutdy wen- aT.tl Tin Herring Mr K or were Mr r. and M"- Ilolle Mw, Mrs VL Walk.r Atitatm T T Swajno Mr IWrhrr V i for mnv yeara en t Ernest Jofcneon. Chan HaHier. W H tertalnt-- tin- - i ilm. ai..l t on. of ! "I Ulaon, K H Praih.r Nannie King known and uiti-- t hlghU nan. L. A Stonr J T Wtphena R mm In tue thtatrliitl icolHltn f ' manh.. ! M'nl the rarly pir! B. Rrcvard. J M Hublxird. fl N li pl fo'iii iau nn the - Itrevard awl Mlaa Marly "" of Trmpran-e- . nfi.i l itlx' ' In lBu otgam work li t ie '"' Wator Comedian . ofbanlhi. (Julf l The l.akfa-o-iht 'ilr .1. . and through Ijoula ( In Kt way nmvrnllon m Inf with the public mdr It on. organ next Frldn ana the heit knoan ineAtrii-a- l Nov 2fi awl : on i and in now in the )rry lloaa la lae r Kaiurdav. tu llkkman. r iw l V Mpport of bis (Uughlrr. flarj aay. will ntt b 'to ahould have wnt l.tiuix to nrtmr-aLyric, Nov. 24-25-2- 6, tbta priH t FrMny 1 , the same reason. We are ready to build you something in top notch of style. Something that you will be S18.00 and proud to own. up to pay. n rFWmx uk'm vmsm I - Ki m.-bm- Somebody lias said that there are more young mon In tho penitentiary In this country learning trados than there aro outside of them Tho principal cause of this Is, we are educating our young mon for gontlemen, trjing to mako lawyors, doctors and clerks out of tho material nature for blacksmiths, carpenters, and other "bowers of wood and drawers of water." It Is a mistake and a big ono, to toach boys and girls by insinuation or otherwise that to Labor is dlagracoful, or If labor is necessary for a livelihood to follow a genteel occupation, and that to do nothing for a living Is more becoming the society in wllch they expect to move and hae respect Hang such socIet' It is rotten to the SCHMIDT, tlie Tailor I WtM 1 M! UliA1 Vim t w A ! 0cill i i e . core and there are man men's sons and daughters who are now being educated to play the part of "lending lady" and "walking gentleman" In the great drama of life, who will light out for a poor houso or penitentiary before thoy have played their parts and the curtain drops. Go to work. L w. X lJ.VVA ! JMt1 lr . I 1 M V " 4. Lf J, 1 I v f g At DeQueeti, Ark . Joan ford n found Ma wife L4la Ktrt Nli-hol- nd uU Laat Hanmiy while l lln taunt h av lartnr On the Left, White Chiffon with Pearl Dropi; on the Rlflht, Satin and ty of the murotr of William a fonuer lUfiubtT of th U'guUtun and both wren at iiientt-- to U- hang - FOIt SALE: Lot 21-in tiie HenSee i If you don't believe the Bt LooU REAL ESTATE FOIt SALE: ry Addition, ono of the best oer thero Prico $75. Apply at Courier W. E. Bondurant, agent for M. B, Fur Co eella toe enuaper than anjbodj, go and ace. Shaw. office. 4 January dMijtt ' WW abla of ih mt-- raatiliix In n alonglt!i ed i' i r tt i 20 Ask for Omasa Flour None x tar Ilelteraworth A l'nthr - ll " at oti th. 'li . ill, til.u,- - aixl tin ami mn-gulaht-- r tn tin- boat l foi tli'i l ili. flanx - "' ' it i r" , t''l niurh harm SKZVJSX2 Majestic Rang"e Demonstration AT OUR STORE ONE WEEK 1! I' Mi lilliIuKilf IHIIulllllJ II ZA,ViC.f7,-gaT!y- ' laliwaUwl III1 llffT- -l I xSSHj!S?lslrT' ? x"V TllV ' y-- i l-j IW; jHriAJESTlcJ ttC'"L p"?'J J ll,,nl MUKHTH , TiKaaia . n u i if nun 3 , M'uk la-t rl wn MAJESTIC I .fi .i.. nt kn com. rat rrrAMm r ,1 il rl i ' a.v la n l -I I? th nn, r A I hk i 1 J S ,u- - sm im ,r , an I ,ir I im- - t- - r ..... J.l.ji i IW , " " ' . 0tirt I il., tr, lll. ir, a' A - w4i rm iiWHl .U MiW W .X UL&gSS5a A Monday, Nov. 28 -- "?Ja?N; uSn'mSH I'l'l' rliill W (LZL rj V'WJbil 41 wiu.6ivt rjTpy-11,;"! YjrZr7TUk v ' ' r m-I iM-- iaw-jmxn- , I --- S TO- J4 V I "P. .. t J I Kurt HWimwri lri MuWf. lla Krltl. .,r.H, a, n Ui ll trr ,. TH" MAJIiTir -- ijTai . . Hi IW 'i I ' 'I'sTK torn r . h .,(,. T" , . 1 'aaaJ--i H n i Ir I. !- -! fc- - id ,. 1 r- - ,. la. ..l T . t . J( ill . ,,, u . Sjafer. tjrn M , a rf- II. a M. , k- I "PTTa.1 nan- - riir.u .' ,,, i - u li in .Ul'l uUI , ,,! , , , ' L Saturday Julian Choato S A. Choato Gen H A Tyler W W Prewltt Dec. 3 lt'"""1 ",i'iri PEOPLE YOU KNOW WHO USE AND RECOMMEND MAJESTIC RANGES Iteelfoot Fishlns Club O. II. Torrott J. N. Lusk Mm. S. M. Hubbard A lax. THE rWnGE MqDE, ir que THEQREslTflNDQRqD MAJESTIC RflNQE siziss qiD ktHSSt j r BaT Sr 1 r r t ' jS-Ak il" I j UJITH q REPUTq'TJON Irmt TIIK tvl.es, Ml j,aiiwl,l IT' MAJRiTIC 1't ' ,iilly ' Mrfcl. ,l,llii I'an. I T -" IT 6'i ' Ut hrr iiflT- 'iliri'i TttraTaW ill 'In'... MAJTIC raixtt two MwrsTn i iri tvir Iar1ln( Nvttr.Muin HO.H II ,,l ,4 en iartll I4tl, t) li, wit .. f tlia. MailratHMi t iali, Mailraia.kUlvl ill-.,- ' -- I Tltlt i i i f . l i f ''l " LL JX.'!'JL"'A'11""--" in aapaktag !am aaia.1 i f Set of Ware FREE If you call nt our store durinx our Majeatic DeiDotiatratton Weak. and allow us to bIiou you the many tidvauUigv and auperior uualitlea of Uio Groat and Alnjeullc Kang, and will nitrcliaae one at the regular price Vie will gUo you Free the beautiful atid umful Souvenir Set of Ware ilThis ware ta made to match the quality lustrated In this aderthHjniPiit of tho Atajofltlc Hangea. and we know all kulfb will see the beauty and utility of tills set, especially the first threa ilaoea, whleli am entirely new and cannot be Imd alone hy iiuroJmHtf, exoept at a very high price The price of Mnjeatlc iUttiKe are the swine. Hut we give the -- t KKBU ultli each Majostlc Itnnge bought during the demoiiatratkHi week only. Daniel I).nls Henry MrMtillln John Cotton SUm Stahr Dock Wheeler D II Toombs It D Hallow Joe Cantlllou Harnas REASONS WHY THE GREAT MAJESTIC YOU SHOULD BUY 1st it has the reputation of Ixlng the beat range money ran buy 2d It not only has the reputation but la the beat range ninu. . un.l will provo this to yoM If you will let ua 3d It la constructed of malleable Iron, material yon cant Ih.h ,,f Charcoal Iron, materia, that resists rust 30a par rent great. than hi. i Is riveted UiaMAer air tight No eecapea or (old air r tin range, thus usea very little fuel to do perfect work 4th The reservoir alone Is wnrth th be prlr- - of range ov-- r an mini reen-vol- r male It bolls 15 gallons of water, la hit.Kl like n t. Hk.nl. wkh pocket against left hand lining and la movable and sola on a fi mi. lience cannot wear (Hit When water geta too hot It rati Im mowd ,inv J. II. Pickett U. I). .ToliivKon O. N. Helm II. C. Helm W. I J. Clark ,,i J. V. Ward hat 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 date of our exhibit and don't fail tq attend. i--A ifSr SOUVENIR FREE "i It. ONE WEEK ONLY No ware given af- To any person (not clillilrnn) who will allow the Majestic Man to show them the merits or TUB (JHBAT AtA.lI3STIC HANOB during demon stratlon will Ret n useful nnd beautiful aouvonlr FIIBB from ttie fire Majestic Ilangea use leas fuel, heat more water--an- d hnt It hot ter, coato practically nothing Utr rejialrs, lau thn tlmoa na long it bakea better; eaaler to keep clean and give better satisfaction 'limn an othr range on the tnarkot. If you kuow positively Omt the bIh... atat. inents are true, wmildu't yon lm a Alajeatlc at onoe? Come in Demojiat ration Week nnd We'll Prove It to You ter demonstration week : : : : : Hickman Hdw. Co INCORPORATED ONE WEEK ONLY No ware given after demonstration week : : : : : I n 'JtiZ.'JL .Arit'Mf . JtJSP JWrOnly Dr, l I 21 More Shopping: Days Before Xmas. Shop Early ! A BLUE MARE IIEEK J. 0. Stubbs DENTIST (trili ll.Millnq. orr Hrevard's Mure No. Ill bone THE HICKMAN COURIER. . mennn that yoar bitH expired Itenew promptly If y u wnut the pan Mo come to you After this mon u Advertising W. - is the Team that ,ih tno Commercial Uagon up the Hill of Succbss. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the Rxles of Your Ulagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up ko. volume 01 0i.dkbt paper in wkbtern kl'.ntdoky HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DEC. 1, In 1910. d WHOLE HO. ESTABLISHED IN THE YEARINRI) 3033 f? cr TRUXTON f J King CopyrlflM. 1909. by Grorje lUrr McCulehrnn CopyrlftM. 1909. by Doild. Mrtd QX Company CIIArTKIt THE TIirtOVriKfl XVI. op THE BOWH. scene that followed description. . onv of nuil burses iy writhing In the street: other crept awnjrncrcamlnK with imln; human ilosh and tbnt of animals lay In I lie (mtli of tho frenzied, panic stricken holldaj crowd, blood iiiIiikIiiI with the soft muit of ItcgftiKotx cirrus, nil my. slippery, ugly! Olgn rintnnovn-thc- ru was nothing left of Iier! Wo draw veil nerww tin plcturo of Olgn I'lntanura after the bomb loft her IiaihI. No mm iray look upon tho quivering, shattered thing tbnt wns oitrc a living. boHtitlfHl woman. Down In an alloy bohiw the tower a treinblliif. worn loam of oxen Mood Tlin ISSTJk "1 SUA .'" S" Mr?; AMFintOAN INTO THK 1 for u (liiy iiml night, uuitlthiu tin- - n Colonel Quluuox turned In kin sadturn of h iii.'ihIit who wns never te dle nnd nenrched out tho owner of come kick to tliPin Cod rest hi hIiii that Ktlrrlng voice. plo HOUl! "Comor bo cnlled. Tniiton Kltm picked hluiHoir up Uven nn Klni; runhed out Into tho from tlio street, dazed, bewildered, but rondwny n horxetnnu Rnlloped up from Tlio rcv.ilutloiiltH had begun unhurt. the direction of the ctrIIo. Ho pulled the assault on the paralyzi-mlnlonx bin borne to his hnunchen nlmost nn Of tlio gOVCriimCllt. ho wnn riding over tho dodging AmerHi? looked Imck toward tho gory en ica n. , trance to the circus There wnn "Horor fthoutcd the newcomer, mounted mid swinging n saber Kcowllng down iiikiii the young man. on high. Abend wnn n urns of "Hwlng up bcrel Quick, you fool!" nlletl with the white meed, It wnn Von lingo, bin fnco black with prey from the court of (imunlnrk fury. QiiIiiiiox bad seized the hand Prom somewhere near the spot whero of Mr. Hobbi on seeing help for King Olgn I'hitnnorn fell enmon luirMli. pennnd wns pulling him up I mi fore htm. etrating commnnd: There wnn nothing for Truxtou to do "Cut them o(T! Cut them on from but to nccept tho timely help of his the ensile!" rlrnl. An Inter he wns up It wan his cuo. lie dashed Into the iHihlud him Inntnnt nnd thoy were off ufter street nnd rnn townrd Iho carriages. the IsHt of the dragoon RboulliiK with nil Id MreiiRth: "If you don't mind, count, I'll try Turn lKiekl It In Mnrlnnxl To tho my luck," grated tho Atiierlenn. Holdcnmiol" ing on with one nnn, he turned nnd Tlwii It wan tbnt he niw the prlnro. tired repeatedly In tho direction of tho The boy wnn Rtnndlui; on n Bunt on th howling crowd of rancnl8. royal roach of Htnto, holdlne out hU "Illdo to tho barracks gates. Von (finer Utile ImndH to Home one In the I'iiko!" commanded Colonel Qulnnox. thick of tho crowd tbnt Hurped nlMjiil "Ilo prepared to admit none but tho him. Ho wns railing Home one'M tin me. roynl reserves, who nro under standbut no one could have beard him. ing orders to report there In time of Truxton'n Mrnluliis: eyes eniinlit wight need." of the figure in crny tbnt strucKlcd Vos Hugo blsaed Over forward In recponsc to the crl mid to bis his shoulder companion: "It wan not Idle the t'xlenilitl baud. heroics, my friend, nor pbllntitbropy "Aunt Iirnlne! Aunt Ijmlnol" He ou my part. I wnn commnnded to now hoard the imino the boy cried coino nnd fetch you. Sho would never with nil bin Utile heart. hnvi) spoken to mo ngnln If I had Two ollleers (truck nt the uncouth, ilenpurnte American ns ho II ft is 1 the "Shol Ab, yes, 1 sect 8ho did not Klrl from the erouml nnd deliberately forget mcl" cried Truxton. loaned bur into tho coach. in not for you that "Understand, "Turn Imckr he abnutitl. A horse- I risk tny life." it man him down. He looked up na the plniicliiR nnlmal'a boofx clattered a "I understand," murmured Truxton, wry Hinlle on bis pale lips. "You Von Knao. with about bin bead. moan, In going to pay you In some drawn awoid. waa crowdlnj: H to the way she mo up. eh? Well. I'll for rnrrlnae door, alMiulInc wordn of re put nn picking end to tlinL I'll drop off ngatn. at Bight of the clrl be loved JohrhiK Then you can rldo on nnd tell her I He cnusht n RllinHte of her. boldlns wouldn't be n jmrty to the game. Do the prince In her nrmn, her white. you catch my iiiennlng?" nBonlil face turned townrd tjr mob. "You would, oh'" said the count anDl'tlni'ily be beard bor cry: grily. "I'd like to see you drop off "Save bltnt 8ao Tnutmi Klnsr whllo we're going nt this" From the aldotvnlka warmed well "1'vo got tny pistol In the middle of nnniM borden of dvapemdwoa. Ilrliiu your Ikk k." grated Truxton. "Slow up wildly Into the rnuka of devoted n bit or I'll your vertebrae nil Runrdnmott. Truxtou lied from th dauber xono nn fnnt an bin ftrnlmsl utikte wuulil permit him. Itulletn were ntrlkliiff nil nbout him. Homo one wn ahjHitlitg hlajmtne In (be ncurrj'biK mwtl Ifo turned for n ulncle Klaure Nrkwnnl. Little Mr Ilobtw, pale nn m Kbiwt. bin cap cone, bin clothlnc tor', wan imntlnR nt A- TMar-lnuxpal-nlc- over your system, run up: "Ah you like," cried Vos Kngo. "I've done my part. Colonel Qulnnox will boar witness." He begnu pulling Ids horso dawn. "Now you are (julto freo to drop off." IOhs than n hundred rnrdH behind loped n riderless horse, The dragoon who bail sat the rZf saddle wns lying aant for back In the avenue, n bullet in Hobhis bend. bling to tbo mid dlo of the road, band of William Spnniz was nrn-sit-ono of its most emphatic gestures 1'etor llrutus wns nppronchlng nt Unbend of n group of nllens, nil armed. "One moment!" cnlled out I'eler llrutus, lifting bis hand Imperatively Tbo speaker ceased his mouthlugs "Count Mnrlnnx desires the lintnedlnle presence of the following cltlrens ni I shall call bis ofllco In the tower off tho names." He with Wll llam Spnntz. Tho name of each of his nssoclatns In tho committee of ten fol lowed. 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 threw tbo Amorlcnn up his hntuln nnd shouted briskly to the ltetvlldercd nu latj-r . tiikl I Ten minutes Inter every memlier of the committee of ten, except Peter llrutus, wns behind lock nnd bar, to- rle ne.-(tt- d LAUNDRY Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon hU olltow. TIIK DWPrtllATn mtrll TtmSltll HUH Soldlera came riding up from behind, turning to lire from tholr Middle Into the throne of cutthroats, led by tho grim old man with the bloody anlier. In the center of the troop thero wnn n flyliic cnrrlnce. The Duko of IVrao wnn lybiR Uiek In tho aeot, bin fnee like that of n dond man. "Tho prince In unfol' nhouleil KIiir Joyously "They'll innko It! Thnnk Ood'" Five seconds King wns In th? nnd die nnd tujrlng along in the wake of tho retreating guard. "Wo need such tnon ns Kin g!" KlJiO WAH i nin SAIIHLn. cried C I o a o I Qulnnox ns he waited Inside the gales for the wild rider. General Ilrazc, with a few of his men. bloody nud heartsick, was the lant of the little nrmy to reach safety In the castle gronnda. The fortress, with nil guns, stores nnd ammunition, wns in the hnnds of the Iron Count nnd hN cohorts. Karon Dangtost had been taken prisoner with n whole platoon of lighting conntnbles. This wns the Inst nppall-Inbit of news to roach the horrlUcd, disorganized forcen In the cnstlo grounds. A wise ns well ns a cruel man wan Mnrlaux. He lost no time In lnsulng n manifesto to the stunned, demoralScores of ized citizens of Kdelwotss. criers wont through the streets during the long, wroMied afternoon, announcing to the populnco tliat Count Mnr-lanImiI established himself ns dictator and military governor of tho principality ponding the abdication of (he prince and the beginning of n new nud substantial regime All citizens were commanded to recognize the authority of the dictator. Toward evening, nfter ninny consultations nud countless reports. Mnrlaux removed his bendiunrters to the tower Ho bad fondly Imped to 1m In the rasllc long before this. colls and dungeons In the groat by old towor wore now occupied bruised, defeated ofllcers of the law. Unron Jnsto Dnnglos. crushed In spirit nnd broken of body, paced the blackest nnd narrowest rell of them sickness. CowgilPs Drug Store (Incorporated) ""11 "TOtJ AHE TO DIB AT BnNSKT." Money to Loan. x lo Bradley & Pailiam's nil. Best Work Lowest Prices At 0 o'clock on Sundny morning n small group of people gathered In the squnr-j- . A meeting wns soon In prog-resA goods box stood over against tho rcry spot ou Mn. t. Ohm. Plain harannova died. An old man guing tho constantly growing crowd wen In the group might have most members) of the committee of In tho midst of M tnr-n n la-eh-- gcther with tholr shivering assoolnles. nil of them dumbly muttering to themselves the nwful sentence tbnt Mnr-lanbad passed upon them. "You nre to die at sunxot. flrnu-starstill knows bow to punish iisais-sins- . There is no room in (iraustnrk for anarchy. I shall wipe It nut today." "Sir, your promise!" gasped William Spnntz. "Wc nro your friends tbo true party of" "Enough! Do not speak ngnln! Captain llrutus. you will send criers abroad to notify the citizens tbnt I. Count Mnrlnnx, have ordered the execution of the ringleaders in the plot to dynamlto tho prince, nt sunset In the square. Away with the carrion!" Then it wns, and not till then, that the committee of ten found him out! Then It wns that they came to know Peter Brutus! Tbo unrecognlznhle corp?e of Olga riatnnova bad been burled In quicklime outside the city wnlls. Thero wns something distinctly grewsome In the fact that half n dozen deep graves were dug alongside hers hours before death came to the wretches who were to occupy them. At 3 o'clock the Iran Count coolly sent messengers to the homes of the lendlngjnerchnnts nnd bankers of the Continued on loot pnao thin aectlon. I loan money on farm lands In and Weakley Counties, Tenn., and in Fulton County, Ky. About ono half the cash value of a farm will be loaned. Loans made in sums of $ 1,000 or more for five years with privilege to borrower of paying same after ono year In full or making any size partial payment desired at intervals of six months after the expiration of one year. Interest being stop-po- d on partial payments mado. Call on or writo O. SPRADLIN, Attorney-at-LaUnion City, Tenn. tf It Sure Ain't. mny make tho mare go," said Uncle Rben, "but I don't seo ns it's much of n gunranty agin klckln " "Monoy Washington Stnr Stop coughing! you rack tho lungs nnd worry the body. BALLARD'S HOREIIOUND SYItUP checks Irritation, heals tho lungs and restores comfortable breathing. Price 25c, 60c and SI. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Send tho Courier to your friend from home. ISIS I IV ' X3CICKLlEA.3Xr 3F,Xm.TXri1?XJ3FLE5 . 0O"S T- - i I tt& IgjL. iHuiiiiiiumiiiiiiiwuimimiiuB CHRISTMAS OFFERINGS GUtitfHMII.'ITOHtlHItiliaHllBffi A Beautful Line of Holiday Goods from which to select presents for any and everyone. Do your shopping early Wc would also remind you that Christmas is at hand, and there is nothing superior, to nice furniture for Christmas giving. Our line is very large compared with local stocks but it would be well for you to come in now and see just what you want. If it is not in stock, then we shall have ample time to get it here for you. 0O3VTE5 JkJSTJD S3E3SS OTTJFS. INCORPORATED DitinnmiminmM HICKMAN FUKNOTraB COHPAILNrr - STOCK . ' '. Jesse James' Home. Excelsior Springs, Mo. BVNSSS SS Sfl of GOOD NEWS Princes is Popular, N Many Hickman Readers Have Heard It and tho most Washington. striking figures In Wanhlngton ofllctal life In "Princess" Kalanlannolo, wlfn of tho delosato from Hawaii. 8lnco tho election of "Prince Cupid." as ho is popularly known, to congrBn, . yenrs ago, ho nnd his wlfo hnvo c- tabllfhed a reputation ror nospiwnir nnd lmvo mado a largo clrclo of Ono of Profited Thereby. ones of Europe, aro not particularly pleased with tho proximity of the old Jesse James home, because of which Uioy find their city associated with outlaw exploits In the minds of thousands of persons in all partu of the country. And this Impression wan helped along, they say, by the widely Home of James' Mother, reported visit of six Chicago aldermen to tho bandit stronghold several weeks ago. Though Excelsior Springs Is a bustling, city. It Is In tho heart of tho Missouri "cracker" coun in iuu iyiea ujA ouu uuuuuus Mrs. story which Zurutda Samuel, mother of the Jnmos boys, tells to many visitors to her farm near lure in the shooting of Jesse James by his cousin, "Dob" Ford. An interesting description of that occurrence Is given by C. E. Flanders, one of tho leading merchants of the town. At tho time of the shooting Mr Flanders was a young man and tho only telegraph operator In St Joe, IMo., where It occurred. He sent the Hirst message to tho outside world, tell Si? 3ng of the occurrence J wise Jame. rwlth his wife and two traitor cousins. w,Bob" and Charley Ford, were living Hhero. A reward of $5,000 had been offered by the governor for the. outlaw, dead or alive. The story of bow James when asked that fatal morning jby his wife to bang a picture In the uiu-iun- e i the Conimorclal club, who are lies' r. ouh of making Excelsior Springs a resort rivaling the pretentious Officers We've Made Complete Preparation for the g g? Holiday Trade Suit and Overcoat Specials Now is the time to buy your Christmas Suit and Overcoat. Because, at no time of the year can you get better selections We have kept the assortment up to the fullest standard by adding the new things as they came out. Our famous 1 SHTTl W& tSGaS IS ' in. a jMA r f I Anderson Clothing Madejto Your Measure is incomparably good. Our positive guar, "Good nowB truvuls fast," nnd of hud back Hiifforurs In Hickman nro glad to learn that prompt, relief Is within their reach Many a lamo, woak and aching back U had no more, thanks to Doan's Kidney PIHs. Our olllzona nio tell frlmida. of their expert Ing tho good nov -gl Prlncoss" Kalanlannolo, to enco with tho Old Quaker Remedy her tho Hawaiian title, never fnll to H.ire is tin example worth rending. nttract much attention at social functype of Hawaiian tions. She Is n flno J. A. Ktodgo, KIllHon St., Hickman. womanhood nnd drosses sumptuously Ky., aays: "It would bo Impowlblo In tho brllllniit colors of which her my thanks countrymen aro w fond She is un- for mo to fully oxprtma herself in tho to Doaii's Kidney Pills for tho lnMie usually tall and cortles fit Uioy brought mo- - 1 aufforvU from pnlim In- my bark and had frequfiit l! 'MyjJ ,tWt 'I headache. When being bothonil In that way. Donti'a Kidney Pill were brought to my attention nnd I pro eutvd n supply nt Helm & Hlllttons Pnig Htoro. They freed my irncK from jMiln and sIopimh! Uie other mi noynnoen In a abort time." For sale by all dealurs. Price COc Kostor-MllburCo. lluffalo, N. Y., solo ageuts for the United States. Remember tho name Doan's and take no other. 1 antee back of every garment. Low. Prices i mrwft i.ML"Ji f HereHdea nil kltxlrt. for Christmas rooIm of i khmmd oil Buy Your Holiday Goods Now ? Mf v l k Special Clubbing Offers, .vvex.J 'vffjl iTvli regal mannar which Is crmrartorUllo of ber people. Princes Kalanlaaaole is fond of society nnd has readily adapted herself to Washington soelal ' conditions Before her marriage to the soion of Hawaiian royalty Prlneens KaUnlamMe was Kllsnbeth Kahaaw Knauwal. daughter of a naUve chief of the Isparlor unstrapped and laid aside his to land of Maul. Her marriage two revolvers for the first time in "Prince Cupid." Oetobor 8, 1SC. was months and Ford, entering the room. the occasion of great rejoicing Bhot him through the back of the bead throughout PrlncoM tho Islands MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS NOW AND WE WILL Is well known. Kalaulanaole was educated In Kagllsh "The first wo knew of the killing schools and took a finishing coarse In PUT THEM AWAY FOR YOU fwas a report which spread around France. She Is a thorough linguist, town Jhat Jesse James was dead," said on artist of no small ability and an roports jMr. Ylanders. "For months especially fine muslolan. She has bad been coming In almost dally that W been largely Instrumental In creating bo had boon killed or captured In this a vogue for Hawaiian musle. or that part of the country, but we The native Instrument of Hawaii, a to thom. I paid little attention variety of guitar which leads lUolf Stepped to the front door and looked readily to Kanaka folk meetc, hi Bt the big house on the bluff whoro heard In the drawUsR.reotM of fche man wo had known as 'Mr. Howfit the flno residences In Maacteueetta lived. The hill looked ltko ard' bad s avonuo maintained by the en anthill with men swarming up iu Former queen UlllHokakinl elides from all directions. of Hawaii, the aunt of "Prlace Cupid." "Before I could start for the sceno Is a much feted kuvsI when she eomes (two men came Into the telegraph ofThe city council appointed a Ho.tr 1 Don't put off doing your Christmas to vlidt her young relatives fice. They were the Ford boys Charley TO COMPOUND COLD CREAM of Tax Supervisors at ovshopping too long and wait until their last ni Princess Kalnulnnaolo has a fine kept nervously pacing up and down, nulling his little black mustache, while Recipe for Most Valuable Toilet Prep ing The Board is composed of It t. er) thing U picked over. If you want collection of native Jewelry and Metheny, S. D. Luten and W. O. good goods for llttlo money patronise curios. Among them Is tho war hel''Bob' started laboriously filling out a aratlon Which Can Be Mado Johnson. They will meet nxt Mon those who advertise in the Courier. met of the national hero. Kalakaua I. was having considerable blank. He at Home. 8ome bits of pottery which she day for the purposo of rectifying ilii jtroublo with it and I said to him: John Cotton left Saturday for -are of untold antiquity and aro 'Shall I write it for your To make sure of getlng a cola llsta. City. From there he Roes to JU. highly valued by collectors The can wrlto It myself, all right.' cream in which there aro no animal "I A Pulton paper gave awtiy a Hick- Iiouls to nccopt a ikmIUoh as travel- "hofnka." the native dross of tho be growled. olio many women liko to compound Hawaiian women. Is shown In great man wagon as the flrai prise in a ing mltsunHti. "Ho wrote out two telegrams. Ono thulr own mossago croaraa. variety in a collection made by Prin(was addresed to the governor and Thoy often fail to get results from voting contest last Hlekman a pimply said: "We've got our man.1 The a good recipe by not understanding Wagons art landers anywhere yoN pHt J. T. Sanford and Mtoe Nettle cess Kalanlnnaole The garment Dunn, both of near Union City, were tort of sublimated mothor hubbard other was to tho chief of police of the art of compounding. All cold them. and Is ofton made of costly fabrics married Sunday. Kansas City and said: 'Wt'vt got our creams are made in the sftrao way. and evon ornamented by precious man; will bring the body' The fatty substanpos aro put In a B. Mooro Is building two new hou-s- e The old wit Inbnbltnnt doe not re- stones Tho princes poneeMOS, by "As I took them 'Bob' Ford pulled doublo boiler and melted, stirring In Enet Hlekman for C. G. member a prettier fall than this he the way. some of tho finest Jewelry tout a revolver at least eighteen Inches constantly. When all are melted turn In Washington Qong, broke It and droppod out. an out in a bowl and stir, scraping down been. lempty shell on the floor. Tho bullet from sides. (from it had killed Jesse James. I was The chief trouble comos in adding PHYSICIANS HEADS ILLINOIS young then and Inquisitive and deter- the extracts and astringents, which mined to find out who was shot. must be added gradually when the Dr. Alfred Cleveland Cotton of Chi' "'Have sorao trouble, up on tho fatty base is partially cold. Add first caoo elected President of State thllir I Bald. any perfumed water, drop by drop, 0 Medical Association. "'Yes, ho vouchsafed. boaUng constantly with a silver fork; "'Anybody hurtT I Insisted. then ndd tinctures or extracts last of Chicago. Dr. Alfred Clevoland Cot"'Killed a man, that's all,' ho re all. These go in drop by drop nlso. ton, recently elected president of the tailed. A flat wlro egg beater can be used Illinois State Medical association, has "By that time Charley had nerv-- successfully when a largo amount of been In practise In Chicago for thirty-twedged 'Bob' nn far as the front the mixture is being mado up and ono laws 11 Eusly years. For the last three years woman swoars by a mayonnalso mixer I ho has been superintendent of tho wns ltF I shouted. "Who ,for compounding hor toilet creams. A Jackson Park sanitarium for babies, hnran thtpf wllO ffnt ITftV.' Hero is a reclpo that can bo used and for clghtoen years ho has been growled 'Bob.' 'If any answer cornea freely without fear of becoming beardto tho telegram send It to us. We'll ed or fuzzy: Eight tablespoonfuls be uptown.' each of almond oil and rosewater, two i "I wns too excited to get any more tablosponfuls each of whito wax and definite address than 'Uptown,' and spermaceti, a teaspoonful of tlncturo the two went out and gave themselves of benzoin. up to the pollco Thoy told their story Molt the oil, then add tho wax and and an undertaker went up the hilt spermaceti, and when nearly cold from 4 and took the body to his shop. At beating add tho rosewater. dron hv p. m., when it was laid out in state drop, then tho bonzoin. v and ho opened tho doors, everybody Discarded cheese Jars of porcelain around was waiting to poe for miles ure uitu io pacn iuib cream in to through and see It stifTon. Keep in a cool placo. Put In That was the last seen of the Ford- email Jars so that In uso it does not FOR CHRISTMAS They took the re- get germ filled by ioys around there constant opening. and went west, wnero 1100' was ard Everybody likes pictures of the persons and ihot In a dance hall, possibly by some vengeful member of the old gang, Novel Tunic Effect. things he is interested in. d Charley committed suicide, both A pretty Idoa for tho finishing of a few months later." tunic, especially ono of veiling or othAnd anybody can make a good picture with a er soft material, is to slash the tunic r0 Kodak. Burbank Produces Two Blooms. in front, liko an oversklrt, and knot KurhanSc Luther It loosely at each sldo, drawing It San Francisco. plant wizard" of tfanta Hoa, an- away so as to show a groat part of nounces the perfection of "an Immense, the underskirt up to tho knees. Tho poppy a combination of the shiilev knots aro made about half-wafrom 8 tulip poppy, and a species f jnna tho ankles and tho tunto falls loosely to physician of tho Presbyterian hospiJn the mountains" of North Africa, and below thom. Of course, It Is caught tal, In which Institution ho is also pro InnnoH put evening primrose, white, tlve with a few stitches in bncV, to keep it fossor of pediatrics." Dr. Cotton was We also havp a department for finishing pictures on short In diameter " in position. born In GrlggHvillo, Piko county, III., notice and at resonable price, in case you do not care to In 1847 nnd wns graduated from Hush Medical collego In 1878. In tho civil do your own finidhing. We carry full line of" supplies. C. Mrs. J. C. Soxton and Mrs. W. Miss Mary rtransford, of Union wnr he was a drummer In Company Speor leave Sundny night for Stur- City, and Androw Wear, of Murray, F, Ono Hundred and Thirty Bovonth geon, Mo., to visit relatives and Ky., wero married in tho former city Illinois Volunteer Infantry. Ho formBpond tho holidays. erly wns city physician, In cbargo of Sunday. Isolation hospitals. II. T. Smith was hero from Fulton Mrs. Mary Jones, ago C5, died at Do your shopping earlier. Monday. ber borne in Union City Sunday. vPm We've many suggestions in suitable Gifts for men and young men Shirts, Suspenders, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Fancy Hosiery, Neckwear, Mufflers, Umbrellas, Suit Cases, Sweater Vests, Stick Pins, Shirt Sets, Packard Shoes for Men, Red Cross Shoes for Women. I The Courier has mado a clubbing arrangement with all the leading pub . and can save In the V our reader on any of them. Notli lag heller for a ChrMma gift than sorao of these hltfhiwi portodlonl. and they are always weimme visit ore during the long winter monuis Ilelow we give a few of Uioee llmt will make your selection enay. Please remember theee prk'ea are positively rasa, ami w1M only be whl with the Hickman Courier Prlees ituotnl itv for a year's sHlwcrlHtlon to the (iiir ler aad the pafcliratloH tKimrtl Hiokro.an and Couriar $1 7t I f BRADLEY & PARHAM i Woman "k National Dally Weekly Commercial ApMl Tits lellumtor ilueoeea MaMaliH YiMitVa UomtMNtmi OoMHO)Killtau '" 11 2i Z.70 y teYvV$Ka Kalan-lannole- 2.00 Rverybodys Htpttbllo IS n we.W) 1.10 St. 1.16 Fariu Ptotfrwa ......' 2 ItepuhMc UP!) dally SW DflHy CUmrter JMinial I 60 Weekly Courtar JourHal 3.C0 HeleoUflc Ameiioaii Mureu OnUh TayUir-Trittw- .Mmni4no pos-ross- o I'm-Io- n American Mowmlne .Vwerlcnn ISmllry .ilooaln American FruH. Ortor Mrtgnsiae Mnawclne .... .... 2 00 2 00 136 10ft 3 10 thmililaad Monoslp.. Collier's Weekly Coleman's Itwrnl World Outlook Mngaslno Human Ufo to view of Smart Set Ladles Home Journal Koturday Hvetilng Post Woman's MftKniinn 1 wk. 2 00 2 00 6 30 1 1 3.7 170 IlYls - 2 60 2.76 2.(0 136 I I rail 'Ua w ' J o illlilifiisi I zl 172 If you do not mm what you wnut this llbt, cull at our office; wo havo humlreds of others. Wrlto name and addreea plainly with your order, s!cirylug oxnclly tho periodicals. Should )ou wnut more than ono paper bmldes tho Courier take from tho price of oaoh extra periodical. Thus. Tho Woman's National Dally and Hickman Courier cost 91.7&. If you wnnt tho Commercial-Appea- l also, add Sou, making n total of $2 for tho throe paporu. In $1-0- I Kodak You ore Invited to oall nnd boo llorundea mammoth display of Christmas Goods, ready for Inspection on Monday, Doa. Cth. I I Rev. Stockton Honored. On TlmnksKlvliiK Day, Ilov. W. 0 Stockton, of UiIh city, delivered leclurv nl Cloverdalo, Tenn., to ft largo crowd of Woodmen and friends In tho evening ho dedicated n new hall for tho Woodmen nt Uio bouio placo. At tho closu of hln lecturo iu tho morning, Col. P. U. Glover, of tho 73rd lUiglmonl, enmo forward nnd proHouted llov. Stockton n beautiful Bword nnd bolt, given by tho officers of tho 73rd Keglmunt na an oxpreBB-ioof tholr appreciation of his na Chaplain of that regiment. n Bur-vlco- a i y I f Kodaks, Premos and Brownie Cameras I $1.00 $20.00 HELM & ELLISON nnd K. A. White from a trip to Union City whoro thoy mado n deal with tho West TonncHsco Land Co., leaning a farm on Long Point for C yenrs. Tlioyo Intend going Into tho hog rabtlni; business. Coop Ilradshnw returned Thursday t - Viu.Mf ap - 'rrrrrt' p- Vll.'rfljJHi!l mm" -'- ':'n'"'- r "i f'n fi AX iVrfRV Old E Santa Claus oNS' O has arrived, and wishes us to say to the people of Hickman and vicinity that all the nice things he has been making the past year for Christmas will be opened up and on display at ( tf and he invites EVERYBODY to come and see them. It's surely the greatest line of Holiday Goods we've ever shown. Didn't have room for the tenth part N' V of them down stairs, so we've taken the entire upstairs to display them, and it's chuck full. Here you'll find something you'll like for mother and father, sister, brother, husband,, wife or sweetheart. For little folks and big folks, children or grown-upThere's something for one and all, and the variety is great enough to suit any taste, from a five cent toy to a $ 25 Victrola. And the finest of Cut Glass is shown as well as Haviland and Carlsbad China, fine Japanese Vases and Silverware. And everything shown is NEW, for we never carry over old goods from last Christmas. That's because OUR Cut Glass and Fine Chinaware, and such things are sold at the same kind of small profit that we sell groceries. Remember the day for the OPENING DISPLAY, Monday, December 5th. f ma, w v N Ellison Brothers onda,y, Dec. 5th s. I We show a magnificent line of the finest quality of Dolls ! Dolls ! IN FINE Imported Chinaware We are showing Genuine Cut Glass & and the prices arc fully less than others ask one-thir- d Never have we shown such a stock of Dolls as we have now. Here are China Dolls, Bisque Dolls, Kid Body Dolls, Washable Dolls, Dressed Dolls and Undressed Dolls, little dolls and big dolls, dolls that go to sleep and wake up, dolls that can be undressed and dressed again. And the prices range from lc up to fine show dolls wo"th several dollars. Carlsbad China in Dinner Sets and also in Plates and Cups and Saucers. The decoration is exceedingly pretty. This ware is equal to the finest French china, and the prices are extremely reasonable. Another pretty thing is The cuttings arc the newest and most popular designs. We show s We call special attention to our line of Cut Glass Jugs and Tumblers Round and Odd Shaped Nappies Bon Bon and Olive Dishes Dressed Dolls which is far superior to anything we've ever shown before. You should note the great variety of styles, scarcely any two alike. At piece Fine China Dinner Set With Your Initial on Every Piece This is a fine quality of chinaware, a clear white with gold band and any initial you wish, in Old English gold letters. The price for these is very low. We also show GAME SETS and FISH SETS in quite a variety of patterns. 100 Celery Dishes and Trays Deep Salad Dishes Footed Comports 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00 we will show you beautifully dressed dolls that will cost you very much more at some other stores. Sugar and Cream Sets Cut Glass Vases TOVS Toys Toys Fancy China 1 Novelties Our line of these goods far surpasses anything of the kind shown else where, and all at popular prices. For 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00 you can buy here something nice enough for anyone. Old Santa has been hard at work ever since the last Christmas making toys for the litte ones, and we've got them all. Here are Iron Toys, Tin Toys, Wood Toys, Mechanical Toys, Musical Toys Animal Toys, and all sorts of toys. Toy Chairs, Toy Rockers, Toy Furniture, Trunks, J Doll Beds. Tubs, Buckets and Laundry Toys Drums, Horns, Guns, Pistols, Wagons and Hand Cars, Iron Trains Automobiles, Carts, Airships and Aeroplanes, Stoves, Ranges, Sad Irons, KitchenSets, Dinner Sets, Money Banks, Novelty Banks, Animals, Mechanical Trains with track, Electrical Trains, Magic Lanterns Tops, Balls, Books, Games, etc. IN FANCY CHINA we show big lines of Cups and Saucers, Plates, Salad Bowls, Nut Bowls, Cake Plates, After Dinner Cups and Saucers, Plaques, Syrup Pitchers, Tea Pots, Sauce Dishes, Oatmeals, etc. Be sure you see the "Old Hague" Dutch Ware, in Plates, Salts and Peppers, Sauce Dishes, Creamers and Vases, all hand decorated Holland the piece. scenes, at 10c, Toilet Cases, Jewel Boxes, Comb and Brush Sets, Shaving Sets, Trinket Boxes, Gift Books, Christmas Cards, Fine Box Paper and Pictures, and hundreds of others. 12c Everything to Gladden the Hearts of the Little Ones. Dont Forget the Day of the Opening DisplayEverybody Come!! Monday, December 5th, 1910 Ellison Brothers ,u.'.M. ., ,,-- r. !. yvj nrrf 0"E '? A Free Lecture, Big Lot Of Apples. Percy Jones, tho hustling cafo man wont to St, Louis Friday and bought a half car of apples for his Christmas trado possibly tho largest single consignment of this fruit ovor received horo. It Is also Interesting to know that those apples are a part of n train load received at St. Louis last week, which was tho first train load of npph-evi r received by a single firm In that cilv When that Left One Arm. Two weeks ago Sherman Douglas, a negro had n difficulty with a woman of his own color. Douglas shot tho woman with n shot gun, Inrilct-In- g a sovoro but nut fatal wound. Hefore tho smnku of his gun cleared away tho woman's sou appeared on the scene and put a load of shot In Douglas' right arm. Deputy Sheriff Hob Goaldcr went to Uio bottom after tho Douglas negro and lodged him in tho count jail. week Uio nogro's arm got In such bad shae that it was neces sary to amputato tho member four Inches below Uio shoulder. Drs. S. W Luten nnd P. U. Curlln performed the operation. Tho physicians advised Unit Uio man bo taken out of Jail unUl ho could recover from Wie effects of tho amputation, nnd accordingly he was placed at SI Waldorf whero ho might have belter medical ntlontlon. st s Largo crowds are attending the daily demonstration going on at tlio Hickman Hdw. Company's store of tho Majestic Range. Prof. Wosloy Ailchaels, a noted chef, Is lecturing on the art of cooking, and showing tho excellent qualities of tho finest cooking outfit over mode. Friday of this week tho Professor will, at thivf o'clock, glvo a special lecture on cooking meats and cako making, and 5 p n Overcoat A1NY Suit orwill be in you buy here the f Uac onrl InfajO-- ifflwL u tHlf mpfft'e Li. gg iyr a dignity and distinction douc eveiy one ui a- - Hart Schaffner & Marx which you'll not find in any other clothes made. We sell them because they're that kind of clothes. Suits $20 to $25 Overcoats $18 to $25 Wc have them in other makes, too, good in both quality and looks, and at prices which will appeal to those who do not care to pay quite so much for their clothes, wc call special attention to the values at $10, $12.50 and $15. Tlio negro Improved. Ho Improve! so well that ho decided to have n change of climate and Monday night hiked for parts unknown. Nothing has been heard from him up to this date Dr. Luten informed a Courier n porter that tho negro will need further medical attention, and main-grot that ho did not remain under the guardianship of Unolo Joe at Uast another week. Well, thero is this much about it; .he whole negro dldnt got away, and Uncle Joo can Burrondor a part of him to tho court If needs bo. 4 I SANTA GLAUS I H Has Just Made a Flying Trip to PARIS TIRED OF BUTTONS Novaltlee In Tailor SulU for Fall Show Smart Styles Sure to Do Popular. If L MJm W ym&BGE!-wta r . v-fe- Boys Suits and Ovcrccats, "Perfcc lion" make at $2.50 to $10.00 - SWa. t- - i -- 2 M U H x Copmlt Iftrt Sli0ftr Mm IB Transfers, H I 1 E. R. EllisonS jt I I CASI--I STORE I I H I I LOWER PRICES FOR CASH I I Ooxdo. stxid LoobL I And left large assortments of his best mcrchan- dise to be distributed at SInco Jones mado his purchase, apples havo gone up ?1.G0, but ho will sell them In accordance with Uio Tho entertainment is going on ev- price at which ho bought thorn. His ery day this week. Drop In and got best apples arc regular bluo ribbon eomeUiIng good to eat free Learn wlnnors, with 48 apples to each how to never have a tough steak. box. now to make icings, all kinds of It will bo worth your whllo to drop cakes, and never beat an egg. How in and sec this display. to cook a dinner for twonty-flvpersons and rest half of tho Umo and DON'T WORRY. Mrs. Joanna Daucum, ago 79, died Thursday at her homo souUi of Fulton, of pneumonia. Tho 0. K. Laundry is prepared by French method to do scouring, dry At tho Methodist Church next Suncleaning and pressing all kinds of day will be Sunday School at 9:46, gents' and ladies' clothes, curtains, and at 11 a. m., and 7 p. in., preachetc. Willis Wilson, agent, phono 19. ing by the pastor, Rev, Q. W. Wilson. Ilasket at store of Fuqua, Helm & All members are urged to bo as regCo., Monday and Ull 4:30 p. m., on ular In attendance as possible A Tuesday of each week. 2t general Invitation Is given. o show Uio ladles how to make cooking a plaesure instead of a drudge. It will pay every lady to attend and get new ideas now advanced In having better food on their tables. All reclpea given free. shipment of apples reached St. Louis it hammered the price of fancy apples down almost a dollar per box. A tailor suit has been observed in Paris that Is as common as Uio chestnut leaves and which wo havo seen soldom in America. Ten to ono It will bo the suit of the autumn with us. It lends Itself too roadlly to the cheaper clothes, in which style of ready-mad- o it has already appeared in the huge department shops horo, and jet It la very smart Tho skirt Is narrow, more or less bo according to Uio inclination, nnd has a blag bond around tho edgo of a short, narrow coat. The skirt, mind you, has no bias band. It seams are lapped and stitched, and thero Is' a row of small buttons for about slx'Incbos up Uio two front seams. Paris is very Urcd of buttons, so these are left off in tho suits made for the American trado. Tho skirt U about a yard and a quarter wide, but this will bo enlarged by our tailors. Tho coat Just covers Uio rounded part of the hips, and Its bias band runs from throo to four inches wide. The shoulders are Inclined to bo narrow, because they aro not padded, and the buttons, which go straight down the front, are largo bullots of metal, or brass if ono prefers. The sleeve is long and plain, the rever short and square at tho edges. if you want to know Just how the majority of smart women look at noon at Trouvtlle, Deauvlll and tho boulevards you must lmaglnu in your mind's eyo this suit Tho skirt is short, showing dark gray silk stockings, with heavy clocks up the sides, and patent leather American pumps, with a flat bow, which will be replaced by heavy shoes with grap tops. A high collar attached to tho blouse shows obovo Uio coat, and in tho front Is always a plaited frill, with lace at Its one. edgo. Tho hat is still flat and rather largo, but in tho next week or two it will be replaced by a tall, plaited turban with of changeablo velvot, bordered fur or grebe. There Is llttlo trimming on those hats for noon wear, but for afternoon uso they aro ropeated with the addition of a pair of Mercury wings placed dlrecU in front and mado of iridescent pin feathers. load-colore- d 1st District Returns, TulAy Real Estate The Male ehtetloH OMwmlMloR Met Oily of Pulton to J. W. Hunrt. lot a Hd wbMlated lite rMHrtHt In PhHoh. IBM. and li'iiwul ewtmcaiw. W. PWler, lot J. W. llHnit to OIHe Jrwhm riHlrvl ami C. U HorMy LSSS. llTt a Our gupy Reporter Dan Ilriggs spent City. &p: T. J. .Nunn rttds4rd for Court of Appnls. 19T VrttoH pni-- W. II. tpradMH lo H. W. I lardy, tm lots In Pulton, flooo. Hnht TIm loin! rut In Ute Mat Sunday In Union follows: IXMHourallo, TAH; Is m (rant 18 J1UH). 'niktii lo W. C. In latMl, HT10.CS. a Upton. In Itetwfc-ItoN- MTjrn. Couldn't Da Liar. "Ton will never bo nblo to make her bellove that ho Is a liar." "I wonder whyf "I believe that ho onco told her b was boAMtlful." Out to Be. "I nm In fnvor J. T. Davo Pearson has a very sick baby. He has pneumonia. atm BmHkwtok to Cixui Cleinnns. Ifliul JtHK. below ruiwr mill. lien Harrison nnd Cornmn Vance wore In Union CKy Sunday. Ask for Omega Hour. Nono lot- tor. HeUcrsworth & Prathor. x and Ifudlwy Curlln vMted In Union City lost wk. Wednesday afternoon of last wwk .Miss Mayme Naylor entertained a number or friends in honor of Mtw Krllne Heed, of Kullon, ami Mitts Cannon, of Como, MIm. A ftower contest, in which flowers ettiblwtiAtio of the months, and this month's flower, the chrysauUiemuni, was on InUrtmt-In- g feature. A sulad course was enjoyed. Chrysanthemums were the guests as favora. Misses Miriam and Christine Luten and Swan Naylor assisted In serving. Those present were: Mesdnmes C. S. Driver. J. C. Sexton, Henry Sanger, A. E. Kennedy, Non Naylor, nnd Misses Krllno Heer, UmiIbo Cannon, Mildred liamago, Mabel Wilson, Marie Ilre-varIreno Karis, Virginia l'rather, Kuth Ellison, Iouiso Atuood, Char-lott- o Hubbard, Myrtle Walker, Hon-nl- o Cnrpentor, Luetic Ilomlurnnt, Helm, Ethel Nay tor. pre-Hontd, 18 OriMII CkHMHIOlM to MM JWWI, 1910. w. a. mtiMii. 1L J. llnrl Hoax lo 0. in inuoh, iseoo. HotNi. Jots Ilkx-k- , MIks Itettle of n Fetirth." 0. It. .Morris (o L. C loU "Well, I'd ho. too. If I had thxeo kidi In Pulton, SO0. a noisy aa yur three are." L. 1). Pwry to J. W. Swift, lot In New Oarplns. Wet Hickman, JIW. The latost In tho "minor Jewelry" J. H. AletU lo it. h. JnckHon. 'JO Is the long barplns, four to fix tnelie In length, which are lelig used t0 acre ktHd In lower txilloiu, WOO. fasten automobile vails and, leu fro. Joe. W. Hint to W. L. Gtitaholm. quently. collars and Jabots. They como In plain motal and enamel finishes and lots Ib Pulloii, iiieo. In the heavy, bnrlmrlc W. T. AloAdoo io W. L Chlsholm stontw mi (Kipular nowadays lots In Pulton, tl ISO. Couldn't Overlook That. "So you aro going to launeh a new lUalimoHd itfliid Co. to W. A rollglon?" we nsk of ihe Do.hU, lot No. 18 In Hond' Aildltlou. philosopher. "Yos. I tiavo evolved tho tmo sys- WO. tem of life," ho acknowledges. 0. t. joh to j. Howors. land "And is It different from prosrnt near Pulton, 0f00. systems of religion?" "It will abandon nil their featured, O. II. Homl to (I. II. Horn!, Trusts, "xcopt tht collection." Jl loU la Hond's Addition nnd i In Rout hern Heights noltelesi II. K. Itewiley to J. II. in Old lllekmati. 11700. lot H(. a THE COLD WAVE Will make you want to buy t BLANKETS - AND t COMFORTS We are prepared to take care of you in this line. our display in show window. See The following were srantotl Ilcnso Among kids, glace, plquo, capo and to marry by County Clork llopor this mocha will bo most fashionable Sucdo week: J. W. McKlnnls and Mrs. nnd all dull finishes will not bo much Charity Shelby; It. A. Italnwuter and worn. Miss Lllllo Monan; Willie Johnson In fabric gloves, chnmots-flnlshoStpphetis; A. At. Wear lisle still loads In favor, tho best col- and Miss nnd Allss Alary Ilninsford. ors being black, whtto and yellow. Kid nnd silk gloves will bo shown principally In black nnd' white, though t, tan, slate, mode and, to a lesser bluo and green will bo In tho fashion. Finally, embroidered silk glovM will continue In popularity 8omo Glove Hints. Both long and short gloves will be needed for tho fall, coat sloevos being long, but alcoves fondrossy occasions From fc Fulton County Mol J. C. L. Walker and family, Alesdames Will Harry and family, W: 0. Seor, C. N .0. Tjkjr to W. P. iAiiib, of Union City, 200 noreti land. IU.C2.50. Airs. Nnnnle Crawford, Sexton, Alex llamas and family. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Air. and Airs. Snm Parker and Alias Frnnkyo Held spont Tuettdny In the upper bottoms nutting. An enjoyable ws of Dorena, hare Saturday shopping. All H-l- d short picnic dinner was spread and greatly enjoyed. Wilson, who Inslltuto nt urday and Sunday Ilev. C. W. Wilson Air. Air. and Airs. C. L. Walker, Huth Walkor and Allss Frnnkyo went to Pillion last Is ntlondlng Hall-.Mood- y d Alartln. spent Satwith tils pnrenlH, nnd wife. Air. Illnton, tho govornment oiiul-neewho Is lo lay out tho West Hlckmnii levef, arrived horo Hiinduy from tlio lvHi worka near lU'lmon' Alo. r Gift Candies J f X Blankets 50c to $1 0, Comforts 75c to 3.50 t William Sherfflous, formor Justlco of tho peace of tho Lynnvlllo district of Craves county, was found dead In his horso lot Thursday afternoon. His death was attributed to heart failure Ho was 70 years and a Mexican war veteran. Dr. Joo Roborts, formorly of Moscow, nnd well known to resident hore, now located in Texas, spent Thanksgiving and part of this week with friends and homo folks at Moscow. J J f Baltzer & Dodds Dry Goods Company I" L FRESH FOR THE HOLIDAYS Advance samples of Xmas Candy 0(,erinRs are being displayed at our store. COME IN NOW and make your selections in comfort uia. u.c .uau uiinmencca. ii wc oook your order INUW, remember wc fill it th e uuy ueiorc Ainns irom iresn stocks. 1 HE FINEST INFECTION- Shave chosen our Gift Candies with the utmost care Irom the choicest offering of America s foremost candy makers-NU- NN ALLY'S experts in the art ofmakinc delicious HwrvtR. . .A. U,.n,,i:f..l onu ..v,..... m !....: U rr,:r1rj.i vjU ucKaKes. Winn Let us show you samples. I ?P i (Incorporated) HELM & ELLISON, Hickman, Ky. i i few fr hjh n rortif". U '. ik4w&ts frrf"ifria--'- ' - n - aTiaHttlBMJUmMWtiainaHtM :aay:" I. i 'f v'r.i f--. .faM 'I'H'.-- r. Ht.f Jf. JONES' DON'T ASK FOR CREDIT NO GOODS CHARGED SPECIAL SALE ON ft JONES' OAFE I FRUIT CAKES w&uraisa GRAPES OPENING DISPLAY Bulk Candies Package Candies Lowneys Blanke-Wennek- APPLES a ORANGES 5(1 ALLDAY- -7 e Co. Standard Candy Co. Cigars NUTS A.M. T012P.M 1 of the most popular and le a d i n g brands in the U. S. 75 GRAPE FRUIT BANANAS A special invitation is given to every man, woman and child in Hickman and vicinity, to attend our opening display of Xmas Confectionery Goods. You will find this one of the prettiest displays ever shown in Hickman. Good music and courteous treatment, and we shall not insist on you buying. Come, you are thrice welcome. Our Stock this season is composed of the best the market affords. Tobacco Pipes Over 5 0 different 'designs to select from, 5c to $5 Lunch Goods LEMONS Fine Fruits Put up in any kind, size or price basket, to your order, from the cream of the world's best markets, both foreign and domestic. Handsome baskets and splendid assortments. The biggest and best line of package and bulk candies to be found in West Kentucky. Packages range in price from 5c to $10. We solve the probJones' Famous Fruit Cakes are world beaters. See Hot and Cold Drinks Canned Goods I CELERY OYSTERS Xmas Candies Party Refresh m'ts is Fruit Cake- Car Apples 1- No use worrying about baking Xmas Cakes. lem for you. our line of pastry Bottled Goods that's all. -2 Monday we received a half car of the finest Apples you ever saw. Apples will be higher in next 10 days, and we advise you to buy now. Pickles Olives 1 our long suit. CANDIES CREAM DRINKS NUTS Assorted I Nuts- - It's a treat to see our line, embracing all the good .ones, and fresh from the 1910 crop. We guar antee them to please. Other Things which we haven't time to mention. For all occasions. Orders Taken Now for Christmas Delivery JONES' PIES ARE DELICIOUS JOXTES CAFE V JONES' We Sell Cheap Because WE SELL FOR CASH Hi COOKIES For Old and Young r.'wriTMBiwrr- -? Circuit Court. Lena Parhaui vs. C. II. l'nrham. Suit for divorce and alimony. The alimony art of tho potltlou has been compromised. Mary Gardnor vs. Richard Gardner. Suit for divorce. Horace Curtis vs. Sallle Curtis. A Bult for divorce. Liquid Carbonic Co. vs. Lewis & Ticker nnd Irby Bros. Suit on mortgage on soda Fountain. The firms are located In Kulton. Lovlo Langford vs. Josslo Bolton ct al. Suit for sottlement of estate. V. W. Meadows vs. Goalder John-eon- , sheriff. In his petition plaintiff states that the assessment of his property was raised by the assessor and he was not notified of the raise Ho brought suit to keep from paying tho taxes. W. W. Moadows nnd Dennett Hros. vs. Goalder Johnson sheriff. This Bult is llko tho above. J. V. it S. L. Dodds Co. vs. Hoi-- ' lis Taylor. Suit on notes. Luthur Woods vs. Oscar Wilson ot al. Suit for 11000 damages for alienation of his wife's affections. T. T. Crockett vs. T. P. Benton ot al. Suit on note. Nevs in Kentucky SHOWS SKILMN AIRSHIP Woman .I,.!,..,! ,, . Ophlr. John M. Cantrlll has boon appointed iioetmaster ati Opliir. Subscriptions LoulsvHIo. to the Caellrraan statue fund Imve reached a total of Nicholaavlllo. Tho $30,000 damage agatnet tho KenMilt of Oeorge tucky Barytea Co. has been conipro-uiIm-1 for $3,500 and cos. Frankfort. (Jov. Wllleon will spend Thanksgiving In Louisville and then attend a meeting of the Onlf Deep Water Ways association In St I.ouIs. IxiulsUlle. The flrot direct Importn-tfo- n of tea to Loulftrtlle trow China was received when two carloads. G(7 cases of tht oriental loaf reacted hore from Shanghai, China. Competition Stays Up Nearly an Hour In Troubleiomo Wind and Covers Forty Mile. In S7. Ion Competing for the Coupe Mile. Marvtngt, flying in an Antoinette monoptaue, rcmalnod In the air fifty-siminutes. Tho distance wnerod was about forty miles. It was bitterly cold whan the began her flight, and a trou blesome wind was blowing. At almost every turn Mlln. Marvingst's flyer was rocked In a disagreeable fashion by the Irrogular air currents, agninst which the played successfully Iter skill nnd experience. The Coupe Fenilna Is offered to tho avlatress who shall have Hourn tbo greatest distance without stop up to December 31. Paris. Nov. na. 29 Black Velvet Button Shoes For Women Heard SttfcJ On the Streets ,.; t- -e ...t,i.t..4Mt..r.tfr..,l. ( x dry. Borondea for Christmas till klndii. A. A, FnrlH returned All eyes uro on West Hickman now Of course, wo want tho steam laun goods of art-atro- $4.00 the Pair ! Fashion has said: "Black Velvet." it M Wo have just received these new shoes. Richmond. Fedoral court adjournMICHAEL CUDAHY DEAD after a week's scvwtou The Cnll nnd sec them. whisky can. which has beon In court for three years, was tried for Beginning Life as a Uutcher, hie Was Rap dly Promoted and Decame the fourth time at this term, result-InMillionaire Employer. as in nil former trial, la a hung Jury. & Chicago, Nov. 29. Michael Cudnby, Phelps. Following the assattdnaUon founder of the parking firm bearing (Incorporated) af R. F. HlankenBhlp here, illaukon-ship'- s his name, died at a Chicago hospital, young wife ami n nun known as ot double pneumonia, which followed H.versen Collins are under arreet. an operation for appendicitis three tilaukenshlp was shot to death as he weeks ago. Mr.Cudahy had been ill clept in his bed. for Kvo days, the dUease becoming A Horrible Crime Fall DUIocatee Hip Morehoad. Archie France, 40, of serious early Saturday morning. The Had Big Dinner King's Mountain, wm thrown from a members of his family were at hie Judge Joseph R. Jonea, of Dresden, As is bis yearly custom, Col. C. L. frolght train here and, falling acroes bedside when death came and Uen. D. J. OuWwHl. of Union Mr. Cudahy was born In Calkin. "Walker, Manager of tho Meugel Box the track, had both legs ami one arm "My, an- hoidlng a nwhI terw nf cut off. Two bourn later be died from County Kilkenny. Ireland. December Co. branch at this place, again ourt m ( hiimI. n ihta week for the t jWPnnnnnl He came to the l'nll-.7. 141. .snurtfL' his Injuries, lie wag a brother-in-latho office force foremen and tBnnnnnnnnnnnnni saantaHunVV PuriKMe of loli Phillip AaMty. the the McCarty. ot Lincoln coun- States with his parents In IS superintendents and lumber inspect- of Sheriff 'Xifossixi murdt n r of hi wife. Ac- ty, and leaves a wWe and seven chit-Iro- family settling at Milwaukee, Wis ors at an elegant Thanksgiving dinordntg to what his neighbors my ner. The dinner was an excellent hihI wtiai the wltnresea aworw on THE VISITING GOVERNORS. ono, tho tables fairly groaning under Leaking For Location. ihv mIIih'k aiand. the Murder was tho weight of tho good things. Mr. one of ih- - uuuu horrlMe that ever Louisville. Members of the recepMessrs. Yarborougb and Clark, two Walker is an unsurpassed host, and tion wurrd. not only In Hen loo eounty. committee who the the words of praise, appreciation and governors of many will welcome they practical steam laundry men, were In 'in the Mholi- - I'nM tttates. states when this city yesterday looking over tho enjoyment spoken were not merely arrive In Loumvtlle from Frankfort. vixmi ihnx' months ago, Ankhy's words of formality, but rang true November 80, to attend the confer-onc- e field with a view to stabJUoing a buriH-r.nudown, and In It burned steam laundry here. They seemed to from tho heart. This dinner was the of governors, met and plans for is wife and unborn baby. According be very favorably Impressed wMh th- reception wore completed. tenth anniversary of the Mengel Box the M tunfeaslon. vshen he went Mr. Murray, chairman of the com- local conditions and may locate here Co. 'a business bore, and at the first .asnanMS$ nnntnnnnnnnnnl m Cnimlen and gave himself up given by Col. Walker, there mittee, appointed a special delegation Hickman certainly needs a tood laun dinner Mi. Tin WmhI for snfe keeptag. wero two assistants, aud tills time to go to Slulbyvllle, board the spe dry. Col. S. L. Dodds told a Courier i. t ing r. ....rt.d at that time that was cial train there and escort the distin- man that a laundry in when they sat down to the table guished visitors to Loulsvll'e. .i iikm wmh farming to siring him up. one institution that he wuuld be glad there were twenty-threand It took The entire partT win be taken to to take stock In. and there are bun - wok up uIkui 2 o'clock on the two tables to accommodate the in the Seelbach. where a luncheon will iMoming f ih.. fire and found all dred of others that are getting tired creased number. This shows the be served. A general reception will hold-up- s .nl. iiiisimiiig of bhi wife, two progress of tho company under the follow. There will be a round of en- of the washuoman llltlv bo mmi li . k hi li 1 c'iu got up. and four llltle girl He efficient management of Col. Wnlksr. tertainment In the afternoon, dinners l.ir iltiruui' ti.id h' mi t' r) '' aur.tl the coal oil can. that evening and a reception at the Tho guests were A. E. DoBow, of the ! Whli K'ltH'K of poured coal oil on hla wire's bed ROADS TO RAISE RATES full S.llUri!.l Louisville, office, Frank von Borrles, I'endonnts club at night 's and upon and on the his milk aiuiuii in from of th business managor of the plant here, bml and t them m tire nnd d!Xf of Chas ltr.!tir and dtalocated Wants His Share. Proposed Change Puts Chicago Nearei Irvln Brevard, cashier, and Cowglll his lelt hip. He was found a few hty down, any ing he wanted Mi burn New York Level Advance From Frankfort W. MC Johnston Med Rogers, Allen Bright, Soth I'ewIU. 25 to 33 Per Cent. Milt in circuit court again minutes later lying on the ground np the Whole family ami Mmeelf. As H. J. NIm Walker, Harry Mlllot, W. A. Thompson, Floyd Day and the Vow unable to get up Ira Hubbard. Cur-li- wion ns he was MttlsArd that all Carpenter, Corman Vance, RobL Chlcajo, Nov. 30. Traatconttaentol Belt JetUco Coat Co.. incorporated, ami and Blackford gave him medical were afire, howwer. he made his esGus Moore, Leroy Clark, Frank ask that she defendant. Thompson railroad ofOtlnls. In sossloa In Cat attentiea. nnd at present he la get- cape to tke wuodn. carrying with him Smith, Oscar Salmon, Will Thorn, and Day. he required to deliver to tbo cago, are planning to raise the freight a lot of clothing betonsjtMa; to himClarence Reynolds, Dan Brlggs, Capt. nkilntin 1.1S0 shores of ttoek In the rates botweea Chicago. New York, ting along a nicely as could be exself. pected. Lee Campbell, Deo Honry and Miss corporation "worth the par value ot Boston and other eastern points to The oMesi girl aw oka ami got all Mr. Leet got his feet tangled In SllS.OOO, or n a Frnnkye Reld. ttM atock nm ook California and the Pacific coast The contemplated advance Is from 26 to the liens as ho attempted to alight tho cnlninm ouL omo or two of them bo delivered that he be awarded Judgand fell agnlmK the concrete curbing being homed vory badly, no almoat ment for the sum of $17,700. the differ- 33 per cent Good Lady Gone. The plan Is to Increase rates .01 ence In the price at which be It will be a moNth or six weeks be-- to tho holhw In hor right We. for the stock and its present along the line, but to make New Y rk for he will lie able to ho out again Boon after AMfcby gave hlmlf wp Mrs. Alice Caldwell, for several market value, ami that ihe corpora- and the east bear the brunt of ih to too sheriff. HaporU wore coming yoars a resident of this city, died In tion be required to pay to iiltn all divi- raise. The existing through freight to the nhoriff wvery day that a mob Obituary. Paducah, Nov. 22nd, of consumption. dends Uist may bo paid in the fnlora rate from both Chicago and New York was kelnk formed to lynch Aithby is 33 a hundred pounds. It is o C2 years old nnd was on such stock. City. , Nov 36. Deceased was DM In Union posed to increase the rate from Chi- Mrs, Mary It. Junes, daughter of Jno and ho was spirited away to the born In Carroli county, Tenn. Hor Huntingdon Jail, whore ho remained cago to S3.S0 and from New York t Sloan, well a husband, IL O. Caldwell, was scaldCourt of Appeals. remembered by older until tho trial opened. There la yet 34. In effect this Is to seek shekel ed at the Mengel factory on Feb. 29 Frankfort. The oou:t of appeals reof this county. Deceased was muck excitement from tho long and short haul provl thre and hhIcm a last, from tho effects ot which he versed the cose of Stonewall J Hulo'd slon In the last railroad measure. a remarkable character-o- n much y death penalty la Inflicted there la a agaluet Bessie Hopewell and others, died. and ambHIon stored In so deli- cimnos that he will swing unlawfully. Tbo railroads first will ask the In Sho Is survived by five children, from Jetferwin county and ordered terstate oooimorce commission te cate a frame. Never a more devoted ills wife would have become n moth Will Caldwell, of this city, and Miss- - new trial. Sbe was hurt by being maintain the existing rates and, fall mother lived, forgot ting sen always, struck by Bo ford's automobile and the ing la or In just n fow days. Tho town lias as follows: Mrs. Will Klynn, and that will make an effort te living for children nnd grand children Jut bare her a verdict for $2,900, and cs Hcna, Paulino and Lillian Cald- Uk court says that the amount award-o- d force through the Increase. Oh, the dear hnnda, worn nnd wrlnki been full of men all the week ami The proposed Increase, while rat led. folded away at root. We bow much excHomenl still extl. It la well, of Paducah. Also a sister, Mrs. her was ex rend ve and the reversal Suo Hefley, of Woodland, Mills, and was on that ground alone, as the de- Ing the rate to Chicago by SO cents i with aching hearts ami tears to thy iwild that he wanted another woman. puts a brotlier, W. A. Barksdalo, of Nash- cision says that the cbaiiRVer a as very hundredon pounds, with Chicago more dlrlHo wilL O Ood. nearly a level New York. At the animal eonventlou of teachnegligent The rase of Anher air al net ville. So has passed away a noble ers of the first district adjourned City of Pliievllle wis atirn-ed- , tho Her remains were laid to rest In tho mother. Saw was 9 years oh). Saturday afternoon, after holding n Mrs. Hardy Uflon nnd children court holding that Asiw-- r must pay tho City Cemetery ou Nov. 23. and leaves four children, all of matwo ilaya swnlon at WIckllffe.Ky., It to Union CMy this week af- ture ago. the taxes acseomi by tfco eitv on his Tho Courier extends sympathy to (ereonal property at something like ter u vmtt with J. J. C. llondurant and was decidMl to hold the meotlng next tho bereaved .family. Sbe waa a sister of Mrs Israel 4100.000. year at Marlon, Ky. family. Clsrk. ed g, I Baltzer Dodds Dry Goods Company "''f0eeeeee4 - i. - Hk-kinn- ' j, N-i- enll-dreM- n De-Bo- m. Tuosdny from St. River report: Cairo guage reads 0.01. Falling. Mrs. Joe l'olhnmus, of Doreuu, was here lost week. V 8 .Mooro was In Mn) field ftt week on busltuiss. Weather: Fair Thursday and Frl day; continued cold. Ieonnnl Ittrotus was In Ilunllng don. Tonn., this v.ok. IjiwrciuMi Coonilia went to (niro Momlny on biLHlneaa. Mlw I Jill oWntson, of Ihirenn. was here Satunlay nud Kuudny. Jack Jnckson. of Mnyfleld. waa here (his Week on IiUsIiiumh. Illckumn tiKirrhntits will hold their Holiday Upenlnga next Monday. Mrs. A. A. Pnri nnd little daughter are vutltlng lu BL IaiuU this w.h.c Mott Ayera awl HerWrt Onrr. of INoh, were In Hickman TutwilHy Mhw MaUl Wttaon returned Wwl needay Imm n rtidt to friends In FhIIoh. Next Monday Is the day for Uie opening dlstrfay of Holiday Goods nt HN'sou Bros. Hnri Prlos, of Mayfleld. has nc eonted n tH"HIHi with the lllrkmnn Ice K. Coal Co. O. It. Imml was up from Meniplila lhl week lo attend the big lot wil-l- n Weet lllakmau. Ctipt. OampWll mmlo the trip on tho Btr. Mongol Box Co with Capt Hyan to .VnbporL W. T. Swdherry hi erei-tlnn new store WulWlng In Kaat Htckman II Moor la doing thw wrk. Mlas Incite llondurant has d from a vbdt k MImw NVII ami Victoria Beodurant In Na4itlKe Lexle Nnkor,.ot Augusta. Ark. ir lived this weak to spend Phc winter with Ms alter. Mrs. O. T Salmon John Wlu. a former reealrnt of Fulton, died Monday evening shortly after 0 o'clock at hw home In Tunl Ie n Mkm. Compare the Cwirtor this week with any country paper In too Mate und see K H Is Urn ferifcWK e ih-ih- i con-trade- d p-- 1!. dt-Isenen-org- of tho bunch. Hugh O'DimnoM, of SL mt. waa here a few days thta week on bul-new- i and the gneet of C. T Itondu rant and family. I'aahcall Utley, a negro was arrest ed last wtmk on a charm uf bootl ;King. Irnt was turned Ioom by a Jury In Judge Maylor-- s court Momlay Frank Von Ilorrlws. wife and lltth Mm are HXperted home tomorrow from Iulevlllw where Mrs. Vin ltir lies has been vtslUHg for Ihe imuH month. Uwt fan to devote a fow minutes of 0"r t,HW reading the Christ In tlito paper " T,M,J' 1" wkw J"0Mr shopping - Btuce'ili NU,Jr- - '" Wilson Isbell Dead. f'V--V',V.'V.'Ty.''V-'V- ear-olWilson, tho son of Mr. residing on and Mrs. Chas. Isbell, routo No. 2, near this city, died Monday after n short Illness. Death was tho result either of mem braneous croup or diphtheria, but the attending physician did not stato definitely. Burial took place at the City Cemeluo ' "fiSnnmf tery Tuesday. As a precaution spreading tho disease, no funeral services were held. Mr. Isbell and wife certainly havo tho sincere sympathy of their many friends lu tho grout los3 they have y d W'Va-'Va-. V-V- v t ADVANCE SHOWING OF t t t. u9Kb9mi Holiday Goods CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES today We make our first showing of high-clas- s line this year is more attractive and novel than any wc have ever shown. The We show you choice articles that cannot be found elsewhere. The following list may help you solve that perplexing question of "WHAT TO GIVE." Handsome Neckwear in fancy boxes, Handkerchiefs, racked three and six in fancy boxes, Combination Sets of Suspenders, Garters and Arm Bands in fancy boxes, Silk Reefers, Knit Mufflers and Reefers, White and Fancy Silk Handkerchiefs, Si!k Hose, black and colored, Silk Umbrellas, Kid, Mocha and Suede Gloves, lined and unlined, Scarf Rings, White and Fancy Pleated Shirts, and many other articles that will interest you. Don't wait until the day before Christmas, but come now and see them. sustained. Special Notice. TJioso owing us notes or accounts roust inako arrangements for settle-ment- a at once, as we positively will not carry over any notes or accounts with tho present existing high prices of your farm products. So do not axk for extension. Notices will bo mailed you with Btateniouts of account or note, and if not paid promptly, will bo placed In hands ot officers for collection. J. F. &. S. L. Dodds Co. OUR ADVERTISERS aro respectful- t jp n ailF yrwV: ymgy STYLE 1040 Will t i c u -- Auto Gloves FOR Xmas Presents $1.50 to $2.50 ly requested to get tholr copy In not later than Tuesday during tho romalr der ot this month. Wc cannot guarantee its Insertion unless this Is observed. The Courier. .,,',, MILLET & ALEXANDER 'VWWlrV V?'V' ,,j.. t t r4 Chief of Police Jno. Wright nnd Joe Hallard celebrated the day ThankagUIng wKh a little fletlr encounter In Wwt Illckumn. It wns the culmination of an old grudge Will Thorn, who lately came herefrom the IjoumvIUm offlee of the Mengel ilox Co., resigned hla position wiUi the office hero this week nnd left Wednesday night for Ivoulsvllle. Hugh Oliver, of Mengulwood, Tenn., wns here Tuesday on business with the Mengel Uox Co. He, with IIoIIIb Kirk and Dick Smith left for New Madrid to estlmnte n trnot of Umber. John K. IletHlrick, of Pnducnh, candidate for Governor of Kentucky, In n personal leUer to the Courier saya he will be lu Hlokiiinn within the next few days. Ho doos not stnti, however, Wlmt day wo mny look for him. On Nov. IS, tho death nugol visited the homo of Mrs. Uio nud look nwny her bnhy, aged 13, nfter nn of nlioiit two weeks. All Unit ipedlcnl alii could do wns administer ed but another Htnr woh uenled In IIIh crown. o Kd I'off, age GO, nud his son, Jim, aged 2G, wore Jointly convicted lu Iho (Iniviw circuit court on tho clmrgo of selling flro to the house ot Walter Usrey near Wator Vnlloy lu Doceiu-he- r IohL Thoy woro aontonced to serve a year each In tho ponltontl-nry- . t As wo go to press, tho Invoslnra Ronlty Co. han a big lot alo lu pro- greiw In WoHt Illckmnn. Mr. Fry, tho gonUomnn who Is looking after tho salo, has gotton ovurythlng In apploplo order, streotn graded, etc., s, nnd tho snlo aliould bo u grand though tho weather Is cold. A full report of tho salo will bo given In our next Isnuo, hiio-ces- um mm mfrli4iW.. it ,. i.iiij,,, ,ij .j.'.y.t, j . , .n ..' iMii.diii.'.dTK.iHii i A Record-Break- er. m Hickman merchants received nine, car loails of local freight uii ono train liiBt Friday. luteal Agent It. 1). Johnson tuu.i this Is tho largest shipment of local freight over received at ono tlmo, and It U doubtful If J. J. Taylor, tlio lopulnr dork In tlio freight department, haH yet emerged from the avalanche ThlH Hhould nluo serve ns n it minder that lllokiiian murchants aru preparing fur the holiday trade ou a larger Bcalo than over beforo. Fact lit, In keeping with iho growth or the town Iho demands nru greater. was perfectly onjd the young lady Just back fro. nhroad Tlio water wan ax nniioth tin KUuw. and It wu atmply s Hut the Mrnnd tiny wm roiiRh nnd or doetdedly dinger Kveryhody'B .Uniliio net.i s Jjf: here mm "" " - ?? ttoe 'j - Coats and Suits ...For... Santa Claus noxt. Burn tho leaves. Rood our clubbing offer. Christmas Holiday Berendes. Cards opening Holm noxt & Ellison Monday. Ladies and Misses ! list this week. J. E. Fuq.ua has been on the sick Mon- Berendes big holiday opening day, Dec. 6th. lnty" The first day out Delicately Put, Dont fall to attend our big Holiday opening next Monday. Berendes. iron-wm- A showing unequalled in Hickman, Huydcn Freeman, the hustling in burunco man of Fulton, was In town Monday. Nothing moro suitable to Christmas giving than llugmved CunU. Samples and prices nt Courier offlee. (EFFECTIVE Model , FOR YOUNG Make GIRL In jCathmera Would Up Well Much to Recommend It, lip lilt mm in variety of styles, quality of the garments and lowness of prices. it. L. Jacksou has returned to Ash port, Tenn., after spending several days lu Hickman. II. T. Barnes and wifo returned Sunday night from Union City where luey liavo been visiting relatives. 11. U Bradley left for St. Louis Sunday to purchase a big line of holiday goods for tho firm of Brad ley & Parhn.ni. We have had the greatest season of ar That Hai Cnahmcro la aolectrd for our model, Yhlch ho n wide panel taken down fcack and front which la left open at our business in ladies ready-to-wegarments and still our stock is twice as large as you'll find at any other store. Don't do yourself the injustice of buying before seeing what we have to offer. Coatj and suits in all styles and materials and at prices to suit everyone. CHILDREN'S COATS, Last Saturday Mrs. W. O. Stock ton was called to attend the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Walter S. Sim uious, who died at her homo iu Friendship, Tenn. Michael Cndahy died of pneumonia in Chicago Sunday night. Ho was tho founder of the Cudahy Packing Co., of which hla brothers, John and Patrick, were Interested. Quito a bunch of Hickman Masons went to Fulton Tuesday to attend tho Commaudery meeting. Among those who went were lie v. II. J. Gel gor, II. C. Helm. H. A. Tyler. Dr. II. E. Prather and Jas. Mayes. Now, my dear Madame, If you Just can't select a suitable gift, let us help you solve the problom. Engraved calling cards are always appreciated. Nothing cheap about them but tho prrlco $1.20 up at tho Courier office. Bruce Coulter and wife have gone fancy and plain materials,!! styles - - - 1.50 " $8 A complete line of Sweater Coats for ladies, misses and children. -- Smith. & A.mberg... Coal on the Move. ( A fleet of more tlmn 200 light bonta and barges, laden with 1,000,000 bushels of coal, was released by tho rising of the Ohio rher at Pitts-burgln., Monday, ufler a tlo-u- p of flvo month, nnd are now coming South. It will arrive In time to avert a coal famine In many towns In this section. Illrkman could, howovvr, have held out u fww more woekii. to Hickman for a few days' visit be- Bishop Coming. dlo-coh- o Levee Force Doubled. The railroad people are making things hum with their end of the West Hickman lovee work. Monday they moro than doubled ment man. Besides geUIng Mr. Smith's hearty approval of our leveo plan, ho nlso Bout his engineer hero to tnako the preliminary survey for tho Board, Tuesday, and offered his and asslstanco In whatever manner ho could bo of service. Tho local board expects to start their part of tho work next week. foro leaving for San Angelo, Twxas, to make their home. Mr. Coulter is a May field boy, but has been In Union City for tho past flvo years. Mayfield Messenger. Tho Clara Boncher Co., played a 3 nights engagement here last week, and gave us the usual high class shows. This was their third season In Hickman and they seem to im prove with age. Manager Dillon is booking only the best this year aided and la edged with allk that la In Vandykes; allk mualln fllla up Ihn opening at Mdim, two rowa of gauging nro mndo on the hlpa. On the bodice, tho front nnd back cut are cnahmcro edged with allk, and nru tucked on tho ahouldors, tho aldea or of tnualln Pleco laco la uaed for the joko and alcovoa. Straw bat trimmed with acacia and ribbon bowa. Matariala required: Four yordacasn-rner- o 48 Inchon wide, two yarda allk. three yarda mualln 27 Inchea wide, ono yard lace pnd one-four- th ' A New 811k Drald. The woman who wanta embroidered teffocta, but dooa not llko arduous work, will welcomo a now allk braid that looka llko chain stitching. A la atomped as for ordinary and the braid la sewed on tho outlines by hand. A few filling atltchea or French knot centers Increase tho offoct of band embroidery. These braids como In colors to match most of the now shades of dress material. They aro especially effective on pongees and shantungs done la elf tonea do-il- Tho traekB nro boliiK raised tho high water mark, which will Wheezing In make them from four to six feet that phlegm la tho lungs indicates obstructing the air higher at placed than at present. passages. BALLAltD'S HOREHOUN SYHU1 loosens tho phlegm so that Tho City Leveo Board Messrs. It can bo coughed up and ejected. Its about time for another flro. Wulkor, Shumato and Holm has at Price, 25c, GOc and $1 per bottle. It CIIHIST.MAS TOST C.UI)3, a L9t Kennedy write you bohio Insur last succeeded In gutting in touch Is sold uy Hickman Drug Co. lino ranging from lc to ance today. with Mr. Smith, tlio government le10a each. Holm & Ellison. veo man at Momphls, who granted Tho ladies of tho Methodist Church iJbng, blaok onr trnnipet. LOST: A Penrl factory Is to be established imrmlsslon to tlio Hoard to connect will hold their annual Christmas baIleturn to II. A. Tj'lar or Onirlur ofat FalrjKirt, Iowa, by tho govern- with tho government ltneo. Waiting zaar at tho home of Mrs. S. M. Hubfice. ment. 1'oarl niUBSols will bo propa- for this permission has been the sole bard", Thursday afternoon, Dec. 8th. W. A. FHxlds nnd wife. Mln Anloa gated and tlio pearls will bo located causo of dolay on tho city's part, as Tho public has a cordial Invitation Tho shells will supply tho Hoard deemed It unwise to pro- to bo present. Opening 2 o'clock In Iff finger ami II. T. Ilmlo motored to by material for n poarl bill ton factory ceed without consulting tho govern tho afternoon. Clinton, ThnnkKgUliu; Iny. Job. Dlshop O. K. Woodcock, of the of Kentucky will hold service) at the Hplhcopnl Church In this city nt 7 o'chiok Wednusday opening, on Dec. 7 Ui. Those who have heard llttihop Woodcock will attend; those who have not should nvnil of tills opportunity of hearing htm. He Ih one of the grentoet neholnra nnd untuitnlnlug siienkers In tlio South. tliom-twlvoii their force of laborers and now have upwards of a hundred mon on the Held Special Session. Tho Obion Memphis Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church met hero in called session Tuesday. The purpose of tho call was to ordain Itev. Ever ctt O. Johnson, who has for some years been a successful evangelist Itev. F. M. Cudo was inodorntor, Hev R. M. Neal, of Memphis, preached the ordination sermon,- Itev. W. G. Stockton, of Hickman presided during tho ordination nud gave tho chargo Dyer Roporter. - $ '''Vi'V' ih wmmu BBjBjBjatpsrw'fAgiL raV ADVANCE SHOWING OF Masonic Notice. No Memliere of Illckuinn 7CI, K. & A. M., nro hereby notified Holiday Goods CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES today We make our first showing of high-clas- s The line this year is more attractive and novel than any we have ever shdwn, We show you choice articles that cannot be found elsewhere. The following list may help you solve that perplexing question of "WHAT TO GIVE." 'v''' J $ $ Of Special Value to Police. Tho tinlquo policemen's spectacles provided by Commandant Soulo of Pnrls are Ingeniously designed to show bis men what Is behind them Small concavo mirrors nro attached to the outer corners of ordlnnry glasses, and In the tests made these did not Interfere In any way with for ward vision, but gave the wearers a good view of what was going on In tho rear, thus nddlng to their efficiency np watchmen. t W. W. Meadows and Attorney T N. Smith wont to Hickman Mouda to file au injunction to prevent Sher Iff Johnson from collecting taxes as sessed against Mr. Meadows. Mr Meadows claims that he was over assessed to the amount of sovoral thousand dollars nud he will attempt to have tlio business changed beforo paying his taxes. Fulton Leader The Difference. German proverb: Petty thieves are hanged; groat thieves are asked to dinner. It. L. Jackbon purchased the John farm In the low or hot Motts torn last week. Price 13700. Hans Breitmann Says: "Der true science of goferument Iss vot eferypody knows and nopody does." t'le elnnd News. Our 25c coffco Is equal to any you over bought at 35 to 40c. Bettors-wort- h & lo meet nt the Maranlr Hall Tuesday wnlng, Dec. 27, nt C:'.W Rlmrp, for the iurMMo of attending en iiiasito Ht John'H Day norvlcen nt tho Kplsco pal Church. Following tho church service, a bnnquot and annual olee thin of officers will be hold nt tho hull. II. N. COWGILL. Mtislor. D. OWENS, 8ooy. Carthen Jugs Ocat for Ink. inks In which Iron Is nn Ingredient Keep better In enrthon Jugs than In ghus bottles, ns oxposuro to light hastens d composition. Dr. E. O. Johnson, of Soattlo Wash, preached nt tho rrcsbytorlan Church Sunday morning nnd ovenlng. Ho nnd Pastor Stockton will conduct n wealing at Kenton, Tenn., naxt week. t 2. wt aBBBBBBBBniaBBBauSi2jBBir aBBBBBBBBn49aWV' STYLE 1040 Handsome Neckwear in fancy boxes, Handkerchiefs, packed three six in fancy boxes, Combination Sets of Suspenders, Garters and Arm and Bands in fancy boxes, Silk Reefers, Knit Mufflers and Reefers, White and Fancy Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Hose, black and colored, Silk Umbrellas, Kid, Mocha and Suede Gloves, lined and unlined, Scarf Rings, White and Fancy Pleated Shirts, and many other articles that will interest you. Don't wait until the day before Christmas, but come now and see them. t t Auto Gloves FOR t Xmas Presents $1.50 to $2.50 u s ''''' 'W4V vS Prather. u 'y-- y fpriwyirft Lier 7 30- r.rmf' yiffssju mwiiJiwjTgBpi'i r. " J "K W pjUfuy 4 IWj" Slowly made, surely good rlhei&iS e1bof ' a BrJ y It is not speed, but care, which counts in the custom work factory which produces these shoes for boys and girls. Quality must predominate. Wear is there, because the shoemakers take their time. We pay them to be slow and sure, to give their attention to every detail. We do not care to see how many pairs can be made, but wc do care how well and thoroughly good each pair is made. Fit, style and foot comfort. A dictionary with every pair, size 1 1 ' ' and up. Afk your dealer. CUSTOM MADE I)V WERTHEIMERS WARTS SHOE CO. St. L.ouif, II. S niaryii yj m V. jBpHBHiBmmammmmmmmsmmmsswmmmssBwsm i in , A Real Christmas Gift The lady of the house gets more permanent satisfaction out of something that h useful. Nothing better for beautifying the home than plenty-of-light-affording incandescent elec- tric lamps. Whether for nightly use or for special occasions, we can, do and will meet your every requirement on very brief notice Hickman Ice ar. & Coal Co. BR a PIT.iTiOrj, INCOHPOUATED 1VC.axfBror I BffmmmRmimnggpnan!fftmi n:iiii::.,hi;u:,niii'iffmtn:MHHiin!'n r j I ', A J.TJ. M0 TVT 77J? S1"' ash Book Store J. JLeJiJL JL w r KUXTON KINO liad Wn In n reswiHtful frame of tirfud for hoars. In nearly forty-eigh- t tlte llrst idaco. he liad not had to much as a single bIIihmw of the glr! lie now worstillteil with all bit tMMirt. In the pihxhuI dace, be liad learned, with unpleasant promitnosM, that Count Vos Ittago waa the otileor guard, n In command of tlte boa IMwItton as gravely reafxHtslble as it was honorable. He had. of course, proffered his serv-lei-- s to Colonel QhIdhox. The colonel, who rMluilrcil the Awerleans. gravely Informed him that there was no regu-h- r duty to which lie could bo assigned, but tlmt be would uuel him to bold hlurielf ready for any emergency. In At the rnstle tile deepest gloom prerase of nit aasault he was to rejMirt to vailed It was like a nightmare to Vos lingo. the beleaguered household, a dream Cmnt N was not sntlslhvL Uinilne Hut frnu which there seemed to lie P had not comm forward with a word awnkenlnr. Colonel QdIhhox as earn- of greeting or relief In fact, she liad mniHicr uf the royal jroard ruled i aptwarcd outside the castle loom. preme. General ilrasr tre ff Ml not Toward dnsk oti Monday, Urns after own epaulets and prtweoied hlmnrir the arrival of the refugees, be sat in to Qulnnox as a soldier of the Wc. gloomy contemplation of hla own Prince Itobln. quit truut darkly glowering upon the hla frirbt. ttotine) the uniform of a unfriendly from a distant stotte colonel of the royal riruxoona. bnrkled on lib) Jeweled sword and. with bofch itench. A brisk guantonwH separated himself ical. de'namlnl at a council of war from Uie knot uf wen at the castle Colonel Qnlonox's reasons for not doors and crowd the ttexn touttrd Ing forth to slay the rioters, him. "Your lilghnoas." said the colonel Jwlge the dismay and anger when bitterly, "the real army la outotde tbr the soldier, a lilt slmwefared hlmof. walls, not Inside We are a HHui briefly atinottnced tlmt Ount Voh handful, lew than .TOO men all tald. ICngo bad laamd an older against counting the wounded. Cottut Mar-,lan- x loitering in close iKvximity to the beads an nrmy of several enstle. He" saw Ih "He wants to get hi here ao's he nnTruxton's cbeok tKirned. 'lis Meant Instant that the order'' twa ofin kill me. la that so, CnloHel Qtila-nono one eto, he lielng Idin The priwo waa very pale, i.ut for only and for likely to come umler outshler tlte quite calm. "Oh, I wouhln't iMit It Just that way. tho hoad of "Udtewr."him with n frank Truxton turtHol to your' smile. "Please tell Count Vos ICngit "Oh. I know! Yow can't fool me! I In I've alwaya known that be wants to tlmt am the last ereii n the worhl c' ard discipline at time like kill roe. Hot how can her Notody to can. He wight to know that. He this." His g la n co swept the baleotgr, must be awful stupid. bcconilng llxed on a couple near "We must get word to Tullls!" rrled Count Vos Kngo several In a lireath. A locn men vol tho tblrd coIuriii. were stand Ing nnd Loralno Tullls there unteered to risk together, uuinkuakaldy watching tils their Uvea In the humiliating departure. attempt to mid the Tlie next inornlug he encountered American In the Vos lingo near the grotto. hills. Two nwu OontliiH'd nil were chosen- - by it. riic) re to venture forth that Mariners Mutt Watoh Tides. very til' lit There Is not n port In Kurojie, nnd "M lor ltd few. If any. In the urnrM where tho f' m luc matter of tlilos Is of no consequence. Jilllll ! es-ca- city. Tliey, with tlio priests, Hie doctors, the municipal oilli-eruiul the manufacturers, wero eniiiummliil before him nt C o'clock for the purposo of discussing the welfuro of tho olty anil Its people. Marians stated his position elenrly. lie left uo room for doubt In their minds. Tho Htrtnss wore In his luinds. Without hesitation lie Informed tho leading men of tho city Hun ho was to be the Prluco of (irntiHtnrk "I will rule Graustnrk or diwtroy hor. Those of you who do not expect or desire to llro under my rule, which. 1 promise you. slinll be n wise one. may lenvo the city for other lauds." ho sold enlmly, "Just as food as my deputies Imvc completed tho foruinl transfer of nil your belongings to the crown treas uryall, 1 my, even to the minutest trifle. Permit tne to add In tlmt connection, Kontlomen. tho transfer will tot bo a prolonged affair." They RlHrtHl buck nt him and sutwld-e- d into bitter nllence. "I am well nwnro Hint you lovo llttlo Prince Itobln. Now, respecting young inseter Itobln. 1 liavc no jrro.it desire to kill him.' Ho waited to see the effect of this brutal announcement. Ills hearer stiffened, nnd yes. they held their breath. "Uo bus one alternative ho nnd his lords. I trust tlmt you. as sensible gentlemen, will And the means to eon. vey to him your advice tlmt he setae tlw opportunity I hImII offer htm to with III life, Let me Interrupt luysolf to call to your attention the fact that I am puulslilnicttieai'nrchlsts at sunset. To resume, the boy may return to America, whore he belongs. I Will give him free awl safe teort to the United States. If he cheo to accept tny kindly terms, all well ami good; If not, kuhUomoii. I shall starve him out or tilow the castle clown. It way interest you to hear that 1 expect to establish a new nobility In Grau-starI trust I may now ho twltl running at least a few of the future naule lords of Graustark. Good ilny. " 1 k. xuiitl-men.- tiv-po- ar '" "Certnfniy. l"i "nn's bapr, vorn in," said the prune uiuiiNwa." minister. "Well, I'd like to know where Mr King Is." "He's safe, your highness," sold Qulnuox. FURS JOHN WHITE HIGHEST MARKET TRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wsel on CammlMlon. Wrltt lor price Hit mentioning Ihll id. AND HIDES Entsbllthod 18,17 "Well, you run In and toil Aunt Ibis tnlnuto tlmt Mr. KIiik send.4 his lovo to her and bogs Iter to rest easy. Seo If It doesn't cheer her up it bit." At night two nttompts were made by Hiuldtw and nnother suballern to leave tho castle to reach TullK but both sorties proved failure. A day later Marlnnx sent two men under a ting of truce to offer hli infamous ultimatum. His offer of a safe conduct of the prince to America was tvfiiHed, for the inmates of the castle knew full well tho count would doom the lad to Instant death If he should get him In his possession. A single distant volley at sunset had pusclcd tho men on guard at the ciistle They had no means of knowing that the committee of ten nnd Its wretched friends had lieon shot down like dogs In the public wjunro. Peter llmtus was in charge of the mjuad of executioners. e SCO, louisville,ky. i HICKMAN MARBLE iHurcrtior to WORKS IW.1 KHTMIMHIIKH TOM DILLON." Sr., Prop. II. (1, ILuiitiinirc, (lecmfil) Marble' and Granite Monuments NGIUCUR, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky (HHHSHHM CHAPTBIt XVII. TRtrXTON KXACTS A nMIiK. T Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, II. IttlOIIANAN At.HXAN HUH Hr.J. M. IHUIIIAllP KENTUCKY J.J.ailONIHfllANT HlllHOTOItH J. W. It M. Irtt.HIl MO. Il.TII HHI.K Kl.ll T.A. I.HDI'OIIM We combine absolute safety Ns'ith .satisfactory service, nnd oficr our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS II lll't'HANAN. !'rrtl!lil II. J. A. TlloMltMiN, ' CSuUlnr llAMAiiW. AmI fn.Ulrr " f Our Stock is Comnletc and (km-uI- s ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Product Chase & Sanborn's Coffees nnd Tens (VllHinnVJ.iMp of OlMHiHKIHH. u when In Hr or rKKIiHTUKKH. KltriKIt MKATH thou-inan- Telephone 6 3 Deliveries xr Ledford & Randle (rCOAL CASH COAL F0R COAL CASH $1.00 t CASH Pittsburg Lump Coal K ' r i I .i i . i Hi,-I"- l Attorney-at-La- Splendid Selection i f ill It it i r ni ' and Notnry'Public $ New Books Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Onllnnd See Our (Mock nif II II ii .a (, r i, ' or hands requlro a powerful remedy that will penetrato tho flesh. BAL- Neuralgia of tho fnco shouldor, feet Will practice in all Courts k of the State. ; ; HiclKJEia.n.ix, 03Z.y. conditions. Price 20c, 60c nnd $1 por bottlo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. that powar. llubbed In whoro the Is felt is all tlmt Is necessary to nllevo sufforing nnd restore normal LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT posseBsos lln I Office with Judge B. T. Davis For His Sake "My husband begged me to take Cardui," writes Mat-t- ie L Bishop, of Waverly, Va., "and for his sake I Before I had taken 1 bottle, I felt better. Before taking Cardut I suffered miserably every month and had in an in bed until it wore off! but nowj am all ncht"" nvorjrthtns Mary Berendes & Co. At ' The Lyric. Parson, Dec. , 1910. KELLY Ishmaol, dramatized by AUco B. Ivob from Mrs. Southworth's novel of Jlttorney-at'Lai- v E50 tlio samo namo, Dec. 14, 1910. Clinton, Kentucky St. Elmo, by Catherine Iladley & Co., Lofflngwell's copyrighted version of til fees to ChrlslUnlh. Dec. 19, 1910. T&o Lost Trail, Jan. 7, 1911. Tho Widow Perkins, Feb. C, 1911. Tonic ' Cast Asldo, March 3, 1911. S.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4UI You know Cardul will WHY NOT TftV help you. becausn if h I'ophain'a Our mill Is running every day. helped others who were ASTHMA REMEDY lYou will not be disappointed If you In the same fix as you. Gives prompt nnd posltlro relief In como to our mill for shingles. Yates It is not only a mediovory caso. Sold by tho Hick- A Kirk Shingle Co. cine for sick women, but tnnn Drug Co.,prico 11. Trinl package by mail 10c. a tonic for weak women. The Hickman Courier and Weekly Williams Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland. Being made from mild, Commercial Appeal, both ono year gentle, vegetable ingredi'TTYYYYTYYT7TTVVYT7YTTTT tor $1.25. Get them now. ents, it is perfectly harmCommercial-Appeal- , St. Louis Post less and lias no bad A. E. Kennedy, tho insuranco man, after-effecDispatch and Saturday Evening Poat delivered at your door. Sade Salama has moved his office upstairs over Cardui can bo relied Brovard'a store. You aro Invited to upon to help you. LaClede Hotel. call and seo him. Phono CI. Try it todav. Telephone No. 4 for better moats At all druggists. and grocerlo3. Our 20c coffee Is a world-boate- r Kennedy for Insurance. try 1U llettorsworth & Prathor. Tfco Fighting J. h SMITH the Inside another sb well developed with a hard shell. The Incloaed egs was as large ns an ordinary sbb, the spate between It nnd the outer shel bflng filled with the nntural tl' yolk and white of the fllle American. 06R.--D.in In short ctruuniferonco, seven Incbetd Kuepiug mo egj for several days, Mrs. Chllds broke tho shell, when to hor surprise sho found oo cumferenco It meusured nlnu Egg with Two Shells. Ono of tlio hons belonging to Mrs. William Chllda last week mid nn egg which was curiosity. In long clr Bon Air Lump Coal . 4.75 Kentucky Coal ..L25 Prices based on delivery within the city limits Pnrties out of town desiring lo haul their own coal will be allowed 40 cents per ton deduction from prices quoted. You can leave your order, accompanied with cash, nt the office of Hickman Ice it Coal Co., or phone 48 if you you wish prdcr sent C. O. D. No one has authority to extend credit, so don't nslc for it. I will appreciate your patronage, nnd by selling strictly for cash can give you security ngaintst nn ex orbitant advance in prices. n lnchu. ..- - A. A. FARIS Don't Blame the Hen When you rjet Uml Cfjijs for they Were Good when she laid llieni You can Examine Insurance Companies and you can Can- Business -- ; The Woman's Directory ASK FOR RATES- - McMUnrtY & FLAT Attorney Offlco ovor Hickman Drug Company dle Eggs, but after ail isn't it best to demand the kind of insurance that you know is good all of the time ? Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src Jit Courier Office. See samples. Hlckmnn, DR. Davldtvon'a Ky. T. TYLER SollH Tliftt 3licl J R. Call at tho Hlckmnn Furniture Co. for anything you want in furnlturo. i E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Dentist old Htand. Thono No. Hickman, Ky. 2. ts. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Funoral Directors and Embalmcrs. Phono 20, day or night, Hickman, Ky. Irrogulnr bowol movement lend tol Hlf enronio constipation and a constlpat od habit fills tho system with Imnurl tics. HEIUIINK Ib a great bowol regTho Hickman Fur. Co. will sur ulator. It purifies tho system, vital- - p.riBo you in tho matter of low prices tlio blood and puts tho dlgcstlro organs in flno vigorous condition, ami good goods. Don't tnko our word Prico COc. Sold by Hickman Drug Co bu,t coma and boo for yourself. oe9eee6 W000M MM j.aj-- SlEZJi 1 I. fl3rs Tins vj ?' .:. r- - - jjfl'-- " , "' ':;v)t'' ". 1r,ri'JHi itst: vli t n i IrOnly Dr.J.OvStubbs Uravard't Mom Phone No. 91 21 More Shopping: Days Before Xmas. Shop Early ! A BLUE MARK DENTIST laOrd lUlliflng, otrr THE HieKMHN COURIER. ,n toe Commercial Wagon up the NO.IIU KKNTDOET meant that your hai xtlred Ilenew promptly It y u wnnttho pnpsrtocomn to yoti after thin mon h HEEE Advertising Is the Team that Ot.DKBT PAPER IN Wl'.BTERN volume 01 HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY,, KENTU CKY, THURSDAY, ficulty In storing enough electricity for nny Buch nurnoao. To cot nrmim! thin I'rof. Muachenbroeck, In 1715, do- vlned nt Loydon, Holland, nn In von tlon which revolutionized electrlcnl study Knowing how quickly electrlclty becomes dissipated In open nlr, he nu on n menus or "storago" y surrounding It with a nonconductor. Placing water In n glnna phial, ho charged this water with electricity nnd bottled It As his nnslstant wns withdrawing tho wlro with which ho had electrified tho wnter ho received n shock thnt knocked him down. The storngo ofHcncy of tho Jsr," n It wns called, was proven. Knough could now bo now stored to go through n 12,00Hoot wlro. Ilenjnmln FVnnklln, Improving on experiments of n I)r Watson, estnb- Franklin Draws llshcd tho nxlHtc"c" r..p",",re Down the Lloht. trie poles, nnd detnonntrnti-thnt nil the phenomena nnd effects prixlucod by electricity Is duplicated In thunder nnd lightning. Ho wns the first to prove this nnd to draw electricity down from the clouds. He performed this latter font by sending up during n thunderstorm, In June, 17G2. n silk kilo with nn Iron point on Its summit This ho nttacbed to n long cord nt whose other end a silk ribbon wns tied At the Juncture of ribbon nnd string hung n key. Hy rapping this key with his knuckles ho produced n series of sparks proving his theory true. Incldentnlly, ho rUked his life, for thoro wns every chance thnt n shock powerful enough to cause death might have been trans, mttted. All theso men merely played with electricity, each adding something to his predecessors knowledge of tho subject. To thorn It was but n scientific toy Yet none hnd dovlsed n moans for hnrncsstng this wonderful forco and to make It do tho world's work. That crowning feat waa re- served for a later feneration of men. "N-yded tti&BissaiPM&iMmfflfflsiBSBis&gimm. A Romance of Progress, Playing with Lightning. .f , ' j I ' Tic lliikinmitteiirier lOr.n alt lnlrt-tln- nrllrloa wrllill fcir Imn't lull to rrml it) Queen Kllzaboth and lior courtiers wero duly intuited by rcrtAln miraculous Irick performed by (hit court phlclan, I)r William Gilbert. tlimiKh innnr of tho krnver or more suporstl tlous nobles declared hi feat worth Iit of n conjurer or sorcerer than a dignified medical man. Gilbert bal anccd n light steel ncinlle on n pivot Thru ho rubbed amber itKnlmit lorno rough surface nml placed It near the nedle Tho bit of steel promptly nwung toward thn amber. Implied by n force no ono could understand Other substances diamonds, snth phlres, opals rtnd amethysts, for -- attracted thn needlo when rubbed even nu did Iho amber, while mrnld. cornl nnd Jasper did not Gilbert hud studied tho phenom-nonnd had dlseotcrrd Hint some unknown forcn, which ho called mog nctiitm. wn generated in certain substances by friction Ho did not know what thin forcn was. but ho carried on til eiperlmrnts until ho proved tho hol earth li oiK rant magnet, with north nnd south "poIm," nnd that thin fact nceounU for the dipping and Rhlftlnic of tho compass needle Going on thU theory. he luventcd an Instrument for showing sailors tholr without hi!j from sun or stars Gilbert niny Justly bo termed tho faHe It wan who ther of electricity first called science's attention to thin subtle power, and strute to solro It r mysteries In reward he was regarded as a quaek and a a magician itobort Iloyle, nn Kngllahman. who lived n few yearn later, added to Infonnatlon tho discovery that amber would attract a hanging needlo even after thn effects of tho friction had worn oft. Alto, that both heat nnd friction added to tho power of magnetic attraction. Otto ron Ouerlcko, a German, who lived during tho samo period of tho seventeenth century, went a step further nnd found that by mounting a ball of aul- Hrst Glimmerings , rub. of Eleetrlo blng It briskly v,'1' both light and ound of a fort could bo products, Thli waa thn first rude forecast of tho present "electric IlRht- - To It an named Ilawkabec In 1706 contributed tho dlicorory that light could bo priMluced by placing mercury In an exhausted recelrcr and forcing common ulr through It. Light raya wero given off by tho globulea of mercury tbla (Unplaced. Hut It waa Stephen dray who. In 1729, madn experiments In oloctrlclty which pared tho way for tho telegraph. II found thnt certain bodies had tho power to conrey electricity from onn object to another, nnd thnt other had not In other wordo. thnt aomo aubntnncea we.ro "conductor" He ami omo wero found that If he attached ono end of a lino of packthread to n pleco of glaaa nnd tho other to aomo humnn being, by rubbing tho glnna ho could cnuito tha portion nt tho other end of tho thread to fool the npark generated, lly working on tbla experiment ho at I nut waa nblo to convey tho electric current over n lino 8SG feet In length. aclentlstji In tho nnmo hnlf century succeeded In acndlng iiuch cur rent along n wlra o! much creator longth. Kxperlmentii were balked by tho dif n Intl-tudvarl-ouilGil-berf- s s Hill of Succbss, The Courier hao a Spankln' Good Team. Grease the Rxles or Your Ulagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up DEC. 1, 1910. WHOLE NO. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAK 1NBO so:ia j ARE BETTER 1 !$M Council Proceedings vk Hickman, Ky., Nov. U, I91 ent Mayor Star Brand Shoes Council mot In regular session, prec Dillon, Councilmen Isler l'owell, Shumate, Schlenkor, nnd Hale Tlie following accounts wore presented, properly approved and on mo tlon allowed nnd chocks ordered Is sued for amounts: Tom Dillon, Sr., for tax credit ou Itlver Dank Uonds of II. A. Tyler... $153.13 Tom Dillon Sr., for tax credit on noto of Dodds Co I53T.3 Tom Dillon Sr., error In assessment or Nolllo Priest $1.87 Sam Wilson, street work....$5.2r On motion, W. C. Johnson, It. M Mothony and S. D. Luton were, appointed as Supervisors of tho City Tax Lists, whoso duties It is to meet on Uio first Monday in December and recUfy tho said tax liaU. On motion tho flnanco committee waa 'Instructed to borrow money to pay off tho $1C00 Mengel noto. We Walk on Stars SO CAN YOU A Few Facts of Interest Pertaining to Roberts, Johnson & Rand Shoe Cos make of "Star Brand Shoes." More factories than any other manufacturer in the world. (Twelve) Largest shoe machinery equipment in the world. Five Million Dollars. Largest in the world. Paid-up-capit- On motion It was agreed that the City bear ono half of tho expense, (not to exceed $500) of Installing Tungsten System of Street Lights, conditioned that tho money is not to bo paid until ono year from this date. Tlio Hickman Ico & Coal Co. paying tho remainder of tho expense. Attest: On motion Council adjourned. H. C. Helm, City Clerk. Charleston-Hickma- n R. R. ,,,, The I.ulgl clnniH, billed to show In Hlckmnn Saturday nftwriioon, nppoar- ed nnd illwippoart-- without inhibit ing. Tho JisaJl'Jo of this vlalnlty ovl dtinlly didn't mint hiiiqIj, Tho outfit consisted tif sovdii wagons draws by blind hnrswi, n lxir. Homo dogs, n parrot nnd n inoUoy nrrny of follow era. Tfioy ferriitl tho rlvor nnd van- Is1iftl In tliH of MlKsoiirl. frU al Mrs. Ilnehnel Mixiro nnd grandson loft Motidny for thulr home In Union City nftar sMiidliig sevenil days with her son, C. II. Mooru. A big' nnd disastrous flra was nar rowly nvorted nt tho KnrmorH (lln & Crnln Co. cotton gin Sntunlny night nbout 8:20. A loy working In the ed houso turned a Inntent over on tho pood o ml the flnmim mu over tho cotton In tho twinkling of nu eye. Tlio nlnnn wns turned In and the timely nrrlvnl of anststunco saved the building, mid possibly tlio rost of the plant. Mr. Hondiirnnt had several thousand dollars worth of cotton on hand nnd no lusiirnncu on it. Employ five thousand shoemakers. Over six million pairs " Star Brand " shoes made last year. And above all, they use no substitute for leather, the reason why 'Star Brand Shoes are Better." See our window of "Stars" this week, you'll find the shoe youVe been looking for. Capo Girardeau is an ambitious city, and a hit Jealous of Now Madrid's now railroad tho St. Louis & Missouri Southern, now under 'Which ivlll put uvr .Ptinty in tho lead, has aroused tho Capo from it's sleep. Tho peoplo up there, Glboney Houch, Charles C. Juden, ItalpU Schultx, Wni. II. Uohnsack and Charles T. Lewis, have Incorporated a company with a capital stock of $600,000 to build a railroad from An ell, In Scott county, by tho way of Charleston, to a point In Mississippi county opposlto Hickman, Ky. TUio proposed road will bo about 50 miles long and will connect witli the Capo Girardeau and Thebca llridgc Terminal Ilallroad. If Col. Louis Houck Is financing tlio prop'osed now road, with the vlow of connecting It with his lino north of Capo Girardeau, as Is suspected, wo may look for Uio construction to commence early next spring. Now Mad rid Kecord. Ear Corn Wanted. Owing to the scarcity of cars and the market for corn here, we have made arrangements for warehouse Fanners Instltuto Saturday. tomorrow and The Hmbroldory Club will bo entertained by Mrs. K. 11. Prather Friday nftirnoon. SMITH & AMBERG tary of tho tronMiry can abolish tho ofilco at will, lint It will require an act of congress to restore It Cairo Citizen. i1MMMMMMMMMMif : ; ; ; ; ; : : How About : : ; ; ; ; ; ; ; : tiJJil IA n iJ'JV rwrtJ lllil Your Mealing : : Cairo Port Abolished. Word About Shopping, If our folks realized the strain undergone by merchants who servo them in the stores during holiday week and boforo they would begin Immediately to do their buying. Moreover, many nrtlcles can be purchased cheaper a month or so in than during holiday week. Peoplo who are Interested In nfditig the mcrchnuts should not ho satisfied when they have completed their own shopping early, they should call up their friends and point out to thorn tlio advantage all around In early buying and get them to do the same. Kndi year the tota of holiday buying hna mounted higher in tho millions, tho business of a fow weoks reaching proportions as great as Uiat of several ordlnnry months. m h-...'Stf- st Apparatus? a-j-- : : : : hwM . ; i - and is it in good shape for its winter's work? We arc husy putting in new heaters and repairing old onc3. Yoti had better let us get busy at your house. We have some dandy new heaters that take much less coal than old style ones. Wouldn't you like to know about them? Is it satisfactory i M : : : : : : : : : : Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. : : : i Both Phones Mo. 73 : IMMMMUMMMMMMJMMMMMM The office of Surveyor of Customs, I'ort of Calm, Ih vacant, and there Is u M)SHlblllty that Uio office Itself innj be abolished and transferred to l'a tlueuli. Thomas C. Ulllott resigned his commission sumo wetiks ngo nnd hIiico thnt tlmo u special agent of tho treasury i1oiartineiit has been hero to Investigate the necessity of contlnuliiK the office nnd rvport to tho secretary- Tills office Is of much Immirtnneo to river men as all the steamboola nnd barges owned In Cairo are enrolled hero and tliolr papers nro Issued horo. All the master pilots and engineers can mnko Ihelr application for renewal of llcenso hero and If the offlco Is abolished It will bo nocessnry for thcMii lo go either to I'nducah, St. Ixnils or Mtmphls when their II Tho secre cenees oxplro annus",, - Damage Pulcliritiiiliiiosity, Wo nro reliably Informed Uiat Hon. N. Moore, our dlstlugtilshed and uoll beloved repnsontntlve, will bo in IPnlon City Saturdny to begin a suit for $10,000 damagoa ngnlust the Nashville TonnesHoan on the ground that tho picture thnt nppearetl In Monday's T'iiiiessoan alleged lo bo o tho pleture of K. Nowt Mooro, R. repre-sentatlv- o 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 be applied on note or account. We will be willing to take the corn on these conditions but we are not In the market for corn where we have to pay the cash. We realize on account of the scarcity of cars, many of our customers are unable to dispose of their crops and to accommodate them Is our object In taking this corn. Do not ask us to take more corn than your note or account amounts to. To those that owe us 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 and must Insist on a settlement. You will receive a statement of your account within the next few days and will consider It quite a favor If you will settle. HICKMAN HDW. CO. lw from Obion county. Injures his ptilchrltudlnoslty fully to that of daiunge If not more. Union City ox-teNows-Hanno- Itobln Coopor, acquitted a few days ago of tho cliargo of murdering Son ator Kdward Ward Carmack on Mj streets of Nashville, Nov. 9, 1'JOS. will be mnrrlod noon to Miss Eva Lee Smith, daughter of Milton II. Smith, president of Uio L. & N. railroad T Call at tho Hickman Furniture Co. for anything you want In furniture. ft Cypress Shingles, $1 a thousand mill. Yatoa & Kirk Shingle Co. at STOVES St. Loula Fur. Co. THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covers Western ArntoU like the "Dem" TKe HtWHUMMMMtMWmW lSK-?-? Purchase Gold Brick, Christmas Depi, SPEER 4. SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Rates, $1.00 Subscription per year Hair np: ix. Wo noticed, too, that tho prices rang cd from lo to $160. For date of opening soo ad. I III I nnd claimed to In the Htomnrh mid bowels. Price or Cururtmns giKxts, which means, or per IkiUIo. Sold by lllekumii Dnn of the divine they will huo a miioli larger Ci. ro elation of the mystery of lite. court, Uinii ever before. The walls of (Dur gUwi Reporter For n small Hum they sold a book of etock Mrs. F. M. Bynn Is visiting rein the room are hung with red crepe M or 30 patios containing the Bcrel paper and the oelllng fertooned with Uvea In liulHllle for a few weeks of how to live always. Some or our Wo beautiful holiday decoration. 35 jonrs old, formerly of folk, wlio are always In the market Itobt. Heartburn Is n symptom of Hull gold brlcke, onrrted the golden se- lime inled L. P. rSlllon for n week Hlcktunn, died In Oklahoma City, Inst fur more nnd u roKirter flonlly un- goeUou. Tnke n dne of HEHBIM cret home with Uiem. They probably or wttik. rniMjr). The kiIii dliuippMr figured that buying tills hook would earthed hliu lit his now department In such The IkiwoIh opomte where he has tnwnt tho greater jmrt Instantly N. J. Cortim, of Greonfiald, Tenn wave ftiuurnl expense; but In Uie lly and fine. tlKoroim un.t of Uie taut two weeks In liht effort elieerftil oii feel60c Sold by 111. k tlKlted old Hickman friends alnco our end, old man, tho lltckmnu undertakPrice to exodl all other Christmas I man am man Drug Co latt issuo. er will get his. II. C Ainburg nnd wife returned P. T jHirnum, the great olrcus man. BssWa VsHlsBBSBMBsBBr1TnsBBsSsVssSsaSsStjBsSUsl Sumlnj from n hIx weeks' visit In mud me AHiencHii pepie uuimi lyOiilsWUe. further and work tinnier to net skin Mrs. E. L. King, of Clayton, was ued than any ohuw of people on Mirth. the guest of. lUokiutin lulathos flrt Verily, he spoko the truth. Men who are not able to take their home l of tho weok. m per will stand out In tho cold on Tho town of Versailles was founded street corner nnd buy tin miora by in 1733 Uie year Kentucky Vas ad- the doaeu. Other who nre flwui in mitted as a State. ctellj able to do UiIhrh that will ItHp them nod help the town, will W. A. Carpenter left Saturday for The rare nnd attractive collection now shown (With the obvlouiljr swMsary apology.) Jump hi a chanoe to purelmae town Tahlequah, Okla.. to visit hkt daughSep th lnillrs with the hair loisi In the tulddlo of St AHdrew-in our stock is interesting nnd contains just ter, Mrs. Lula Whltosidos. That the wear-Ho- w Bay. Kk. they pat the willful locks with an the needful articles for the season. The time unconstlous air' W. A. Dodds, wife and ohlldron. How It ripple whlrljr-swlrt- y is now ripe to carefully examine our stock Mrs. Jeeele Dillon and II. T. Hinle From beneath the bonnet-bnDoMt fnrj4l HlllttoH Bros 0enlus Dignified or Klrly glrly. motored to Union City, Sunday. before the sizes nnd kinds arc too near gone Straight, and mooth, or crinkly-curl- y dtopley of ChrletMms GimhIh Mo inlay In accord with fashion's whim. J. W. Jackson and family, of Clin- next or broken. You'll find just what you wnnt. See It cllnt. glint, glint ton, were guests of S. M. Nnlfeh and In the proper Titian tint Or the other ahaJea am) colore that the oUier rukxthes hero the latter iart rule li they must wear of last weok. In their hair. hair, hair, hair, A Novel Scheme, Hair. hair, hair O. the volume and the quantity of hair! Another new store building Is going up in Bond's Business Addition See the window full of hair Our models are selected Golden hair! on tho lot purchased last weok by Kansas City, Mo Hvory ono who Halt a carload on display and not a lock W. A. with great care. Dodds. J. II. Provow Is doing passos tho comer of Ninth nnd Walnut to spare. And the brunette and the blond. t work. notices the flowers nnd vinos In tho Tawny locks by chemists tawned, urns on the ornamental lamp posts In And the daffy-taff- y puffs BUTTON or BLUCHER FOK SALE: Ono four-roohouse front of tho Fidelity Trust building Which appeal ' ' and Aa do auburns and do buffs three lots In Wost Hickman. Thcro aro eight of the polos, four on With the solemn satisfaction that thtlr I'rlco E00. Also ono house-boa- t Pat. Kid.. . tj) ) d) tj) tj) p tj) tf) and tho Walnut street side of the building P bluffs and four on tho Ninth street side. The one lot in West Hickman. Geo. Can't reveal Gun Metal urns are Just underneath the lamps tp O. the women and the jrtrts Blooming geraniums, lantnna, aroha-nlWearing curious chunks and bunches, RussianCalf 6 and And hibiscus All the urns, and a Tho marriage of Mrs. Ulllo Cook hunks and strands and curls) How they smlb and John Bastlo, of Beolorton, was Neath the pile solornplaed at tho homo of l&q. J. Of the snitches fine and fair What and Whose and Wbefice and Hays Blnlr, the bride's undo, Thurs- Where oeremony was performed by the Kov O. the tender, slender, sptaoder Contlttent vvlth sound finance It Of the hair hair, hair. hair. M. E. Staly. Hi1!! of the PCO extended te customer Hair. haJr. hair O, the (learning and the seeming; of the Dr. D. H. Pitt, Itepubllcan IUipre- PLCS BANK. Small depositors re halrl One Price to All. Bontntlvo from Hancock county in tho celve equal consideration with those Ah. and when their heads are bare Goneral Assembly, was found dead in Of the halrl whose balances are larger. Applica When It eoers all the table and Is scat- bed at his home nt Lewlsport, Montions for loans upen acceptable te tered everywhere day morning. Heart failure Is sup-locTelling tales of tonics tested till they curity .ire treated promptly and con lo hnvo caused his death. Kave up In despair! Storm Sunday Afternoon, How It clutters, clutters, clutters fidentially. The bank will be c1" Every Inah there Is of spate Mrs. KataXtrlno Flolds. one of the How It flutters, flutters, flutters te have you oonsult It on any finan,. il Kf sbbbbbbbbV " NJsBBBVbBSBlk V From the hooks and every place-H- ere ploneor citizens of Fulton county dlod cial matter. a switch and there a switch last Thursday at Fulton. Her donth This suction was visited by a seTill they don't know which Is vere rain and wind storm Sunday waa caused by tho infirmities of old whleh. And the bed, the door, the bureau, and ago, coupled with n throat troublo 4 o'clock. about A drouth, of the window sill and chair n month and a half duration was browhich hnd worried her for several Bear the hair. hair. hair, hair. years. ken, and moro or lass damage from Hair. hair. hair-D- ear the airy, fairy plentltude of haJr! l Uie wind is roported from varlouB P P P Miss Erllno Iteed returned from a Boctlons. dollghtful visit to hor frlond, Misa A True Story. Arch Wainscottt, whllo driving a "The hat is very becoming to you," Bonnlo Carpontor, in Hickman, who gavo a danco in honor of her gin- t. few miles bulow town, had a narrow declared the salesman. "I'm not sure. I can't mako up my Othor receptions were also given in escape. Wind blew down a lnrge trco which fell on and killed the mind," says tho customer, studying honor of MIbs Iteed during her visit In Hickman. Fulton Lender. Jiorso ho was driving. The buggy wa the mirror "Ob, but It Is. It suits- - your face) tiLso demolished but Watnecott exactly. You have a faco, If you will Children take BALLAUD'S uninjured. The hone belong- pardon me for saying so, SYltUP willingly becnuw it that calls for ed to Chas. Kuddor, of this olty, and hats of a stylo few peoplo can wear. tastes nice There Isn't a better rMn- liad been loaned to WnliHcott for the Now, put that hat on anybody else edy anywhore for children's cough, nnd they wouldn't wenr It with the hoarseness and bronchitis. It's a ufternoon. good medicine and easy to take Price distinction that you will." 26c, 60c and $1 per bottlo. Sold by T. A. Ludford also hnd a mule kill"nut Isn't It too wide?" "No. indeed. With a straight, Dnely Hickman Dmg Co. ed In the samo manner on his farm cniseied nose like yours, and with Dr. W. II. Snow, a prominent physia few miles below town. your eyes, you can wear a wldo hat cian of Fulton, died in tlmt city hurt That's the vory hat for you." Friday. DceaRod was 80 eors of trailing fringe or green and white I leafed vlntn vino drnpoti down a too "But It isn't liko the other hats." Dont miss the Holiday opening nt age and had for luuio juoi iu it any one or a post 12 yoars.resided inin Fulton was the or uioro around the ndgos of each Ellison Bros. Monday, Deo. 6th. -Coram ptlon Ui ,J III The flowers nnd vines are planted In hundred others could wear this hat as " you can they would bo delighted. It cause of death Ho is sunlted liy wlro baskets, semi circular In simp, so that two Just flll each urn When Mrs. MatUe Thomas, aged 08, died Isn't evorybody whoso foco Is of the hi wife and three daughters. exact typo for this hat You'll take the flowers in one lose their rrngrnnre Since 1817, the year Rogers Hros, onirinated elcctro-silv- cr nt Iluthvllle, near Putlon, Wednesday ItT Thank you." The Courier forco hns been "going it Is (o be replaced Immediately y platincttlvciUAjc bcarinu the traJe mark "17 ROGERS BROS." and was buried at New Hope Thure No, gentle reader. This Is not an- sonio" for Uie past week. Besides nnothor A sulllrlent number or has has been icnovsncd for quality, wcarabihty anJ beauty. day. The ceremony was performed other iowdown fling nt women and our usual-ruwiork, our prees-o- s kets nre being tended by a gardener so of Job Ly the Hov. M. E. Staly. froflh flowers always will be In their senseless subservience to fashthat have boon tnxed with a ion. This is a verbatim report of the run. Wo llko the excitement. the urns. The flowers were rhoson Dr. Hawley II. Crippon, the Amari-caor their ability to withstand the sale of a new hat to n man. how over, nnd aro always equal to TRIPLE deiitibt couiicted In the criminal sun nnd winds, and It Is not expected omorgoncles. Our business men to bo necessary to roplnro the bnskols such court of London of the murder of his stamped on forks, spoons and fancy serving pieces is a The Coming Hit know' good work, thoy wnnt it, and more than three or four times In tho "Wife, was hanged Wednesday morning "This is great!" says tho delighted tho Courier is always glad to servo nunnner The Insldes of the Iron guarantee of heaiest platmp, perfect workmamhip ami unit in a London prison yard, with no manager to tho happy author. "This extiuisite JesiKn, asunni long and satisfyu service Any are lined with moss to protect the fipectators save Uiose required by law Is by all odds tho finest libretto I thorn. article of silverware marked ROGERS BROS." may he loots from the bent of the metal to bo present. Had the crime been have ever seen for a comic opera. Jack Hnll and Znrlas Itogors, two selected without further investigation. The Idea to have the flowers on tie committed In this country he would You aro the worthy successor to Gil- negroes, quarreled at Danville, Ky. poles won obtnlned from public build dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue ()d')y liave been acquitted without n doubt. bert and Sullivan. Whore did you get and bystanders saw Hall draw n lags In Iviiropo by Henry C Flower showing all patterns. tho Idea for this?" Wtsldetit of tho Fidelity Trust con, MCRIDCn BRITANNIA CO., Msrlitsn, Cenn. "It was easy," modestly answers tho lnrgo knlfo from beneath Ills coat pnny. Nick Holcoinbo, alias "Dooley", nnd and givo ono stroke, and Rogers asjv uiriniiuiii urr I J tRobt Ooulder, alias "Deacon Snow", author, pocketing tho check for royalties. "I simply took the bend fell from his shoulders and rollrwent to Union City, Monday. They reports of a Paris murder trial and ed Into tho gutter on the sldo of tho If you want to puralinstj real on (Were on a horse trading expedition. worked in a few topical songs here street. Hall was arrested, but tho tato seo M. II. Shaw, and thcro." knlfo hnd been hidden. Tho belief Is that Hnll used a corn knlfo In bev heading his enomy. Arousing Envy. Landed in Jail, "Ah," mused the vain young worn-nhastening through tho heavy snow-stor"there nre those hateful Jones WS8S3I3B!?J3I85EI3B!SS8SPJSS3S3!SSSI8!3MSkM I girls. They nre nlwnys commenting Harry Gosh and John Cook, tho "W s T I wear last sonson's dresses Fresh for the Holidays becnuao A long time for even as good lumtwo young men held In Jnll nt Ful'tsD. fe ' nnd cloaks. Now they'll bo eaten ud Nature's own ready relief ton on a charge or burglarizing P ber ns ours. You can whistle for; with envy becnuso they'll think I have II. Weakn' Htoro last week, wont pre 7U l for coughs, colds, wheezII , r r ever and get no a now polka dot outfit." "X'swiViZA m 'y'vn any. We stay better. There Isn't Honied In Fulton Pollco Court Friday on top In the lumber ing, bronchitis and lung Both entered n plea of not guilty As Far as She Was Concerned. business just because of the superand waived their examining trial ailments. Nothing "Pardon mo, may I hnvo this chair?" iority of our beams, boards, timbers, Judge Taylor fbted their bonds at Our OlirlHtumn ('nnillo will tint I But perhaps you "I presume so. quite so good, so sure, or hl)tx'l ii until JiihI )i fnwitiiva uim eacu. neing unable to niako etc. Ask any builder If It pays to would bettor ask tho proprietor before Xiiiiis It will l. KItKMIf. If so quick. Cheap enough. vo lKk yourorilrr NoW.you itt't tho required IhhmIh thoy wore brought you take It away with you." buy the best lumber. His answer only frenh. (IflldminMW !. Nun to Hickman and lodged In tho coun imliy 's Is ii uurnnti' tlmt there is should make you our customer. a Bottle notliliiu Utter Hiipwlierc. ty Jail. Tho suit for alimony mentioned In ORDP.Il TODMr An Inventory of tho Btolon goods, last week's paper has boon comproHELM & ELLISON B or that portion which was recovered, Hickman HELM & Co. Incorporated mised. Sonslblo act on part of both tu I') wiu taken and It wan fouiind (hat A HSHSMa5isiasiaaiaj3i2isiiMfdissji y bout fGO worth was recovered. parti oa. I . Klllson llnm. nre making a new deBlckly children need WIIITIS'H tongtns mnmiged to hold n good parture In prt'imrliig for the holiday C1CI4.U1 VERMIFUGE. It not oulj crowd on the Htreots of Hickman Sat destroys tho worms, If there bo an They culled them trade this ear 'Hielr entire second but It nctn as u Htreugthenlng toni. urdnj afternoon floor will be devoted to the dhtpldy Four men wlUi long hnlr and slick 1 Imt been Is "Urnoiiteti," . powteeeed ' Br''"'"' rr "" No Modern Counterpart Produced Equal Merit to the Antique Edwin Clapp's Men's e Footwear ....7.00 H. E. CURLIN ffi 6.00 6.50 Graf-felma- a Every Possible Courtesy H.E.CURLIN 'a r wm M mm d 1 iff ' ir j $$$$$$ I '' - "Silver Plate that Wears" HOUR-HOUN- I I I 1 fiia li J VamJru71tuL- - ySi!. I I I n n 1847 ROGERS BROS. xs "1J l?-d'- o . TARPINE n, You'll Have to Whistle ?5S'J v $r.:: I Nunnolly's )X else Gift Candij n 25c ELLISON Lumbar Planing Mill afaKvffgiar.,Wr' ,ni IOT4WMiS.' r t. y v.rti4CrTr-TwrTirxi(lHr ?" ' - Wv-- A Jwr-Onl- y 21 More Shopping: Days Before Xmas. Shop Early ! A BLUB MARK Dr. J. 0. Slubbs DENTIST No. AI laOnJit tliilldinq. oter llrrtnrd't Morn I'hnne THE HieKMRN COURIER. j HEFE mean that roar hm expired Itenew promptlr If 7 u nnt th pnpertocomn to you Hfter thin mon li advertising la the Team that OLDKBT PAPKR we Commercial Wagon up the Hill at Success. The Courier has a Spankln' Good Team. GreasB the flxles of Your Wagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up volume m no. IN WESTERN :iu KENTUCKY HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, longer Indulged In to any Brent ex- for tho a printing. Tho bids tent. Duck hunting la continuing vory aro mndo on n certain per cent of tho pood and excellent bags art) reported nmnunla of printlnc fixed in tho flra'-clna- DEC. 1, SURVIVORS 1910. WHOLE NO. SUU3 EBTABLIBHED IN THE TEAR 1HRD A A :I1 You need a good Heavy Winter I KENTUCKY GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH HUNTINQ 8CA80N NOW ON. dully. Many farma In tho Ohio valley aro pnatod ngnlnat sportamen. (lame wnrdens will bo on gunrd during tho open season to nrreat trespasaers. Thla atrenunua inonaure waa conald-rronecessary hy tho freniont shooting Into hnKB nnd ahoop Inat yoar by huntora nnd tholr Inahlllly to distinguish tho dlrfornnrn linlwnnn linrn rard fowla nnd nnall. DECIDES ORIDERV statutes. SALARY LAW UPHELD. d CASE. Quail Are Not 80 Plentiful, Fmnkfort. Although a reault of tho opln Rabbits Abound In Number. Ion delivered by Appellate Judge HoIm Frankfort Thnt aectlon of tho atato constitution which fixes tho salary of atntc, county and city oiriclala hoforo they are elected to olllco and providing thnt tho salaries shall not bo lowered or, Increaaed during thnlr term nf ofTlco wna upheld hy the court of npp.nla In tho cnBo of Frank P. Jamen nudltor, against John C. Dugy, attorney for Christian county. DELEGATES NAMED. Frankfort. Cov. Wlllaon appointed delegates to tho Iikes Deep Waterway association, to bo held In St. I.011IB November 215 and 20. They are tho congreaamen and congressmen-elec- t and Capt. Max Seebolt. Pink Vnrblo, Charlea II. Itohmor, Isadoro Forat, A. II. I.lppsonmb, O. Wilbur nuhloy. Cllmer 8. Adama nnd Jamea E. Doroland, nil of Loulavlllo. Overcoat Every man does You need it for protection from the cold, and for ap- pearance sake. how We vould like.to show you well , we are fixed to you.- - rrnnVfort. Cmitlltlnnii for sports-wo- n nn. almost Ideal this Benson. Thrm has bon enough fnwt to y ili rnnk tiwtntlnn. enabling tho does to ilo Mtor work. and kIvImk tho lu.Ucr n Mtor view of l.ln mini. Deal-rr- e mimri tho htwivlest union of Rima. ammunition it ml general hunting a over made nt tho commencement tf a season. Qunll ore reported ntout rhort In niimhoni this year. Tho-flrs- t I'llch was prarllrally tlmwmtt by thr hoary rnlna. which compellm! tho par-rqunll 10 do doublo ilsty hy hatrh-Inimthor clutrh of young. Owing to thla nmny won hntohod ao Into that they did not hnvo time to fully ninhiro, Rnbblta nr- - raoro plentiful thla aon-fothan uaual. and along thla linn thero la no ond nf aport In thoao who tnjoy It Thon. loo. thoy are large, f II matured nnd fnt. HnulrirM nro srarro. In fnrt. ao arnn-- o that ni'ilrrvl JmnMne la no do-rrt.sun-l-lloone-thirut n inn In tho case nf tho Commonwealth gainst Owen Clasa, of I.oxlngton, It reita abaolutelr with tho people nf Kentucky whether or not bribery In rlectlona Is jiormlttcd. prevented or topped. The court of nppcala In thla opinion floeldoa that tho bovine of in election certificate la lirlhnrv. ntul thnt any peraon guilty of buying nn oleo- lion certificate Tor nny nurjoso what, soever la liable for nn Indictment on Iho chnrgc of bribery nnd ahould bo trteo accordingly. PRINTING UID3 OPENED. Illda for tho first, sec for tho itato of Kentucky for tho next wo T onra wore opened by tho atnto printlnc rnmmlaalon. which comprlaea flov. Wlllaon. Auditor James. Secretary of State Hniner, Treaaurer F.irley nnd Attr On Hrenthltt Tho Kentnrkr State Journal Print Inr Cn underbid nil of la comnetliora ond nnd third clnaa printing O'Coat m (Copyrts-ht, Plenty of good heavy Overcoatings to show you men. We chose them for their beauty, their durability and their warmth. We expect you to choose for the same reason. ts: 110.) PILESI FARMERS MEETINGS. PILESI Williams' Indian Pllo Ointment will euro blind, bleeding and Itching piles. It absorbs tho tumors, allays Itching at once, acts as a poultice, gives instant relief. Williams' PIIo Ointment Is prepared for Piles and Itching of tho private parts. Sold by Hickman Drug Co., COc and 1. Williams Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland Ohio. Kennedy for Insurance. rrankfort. Frankfort. F armors week at State College of Agriculture will bo January 3 to January C, 1911, and tho main features of tho week will bo tho annual torn show of tho Stato Corn association, farmers' corn Crow era school, nnd the meetings of tho KenKentucky tucky Swine Breeders, Sheep Breeders. Kontucky Roof Cattle naao latlons. tho Kentucky Dalrv Cattle club and tho Kentucky Horse Breeders' association. .?:,.- - Is substantially what a friend of ours said U10 other day after his houso burned and bo had no Insurance. No uso for you to talk Uiat way; sco Kennedy tho insurance man. FOR SAU2: Lot tho nen-r- y Addition; one of tho best over there Prlco 7B. Apply at Courier office. :'?! 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. SCHMIDT, the Tailor The COURIER for the news. Majestic Range Demonstration AT OUR STORE ONE WEEK -- 5 h,, m-ifg- m '4 lllsaisJl Jm. M frty,0&i 'jtfliAJESTIclJ I A, JSifllV IfMAJESTIC 1 MHm rtlOH UUtRVOt? can rum &h WITH r IW-'HS1 iSifJSi 1 -- M Jr-vn-c Tlie IVrforatnl Cooler, AMI Sl rit-n- t lt rOOKr.U. sri:AMr.lt. CI I.LI-Mli:lionn in rrntrr Unit rmM frrt ln ti tuliulta walrr at tlio l)lloin .Notlnni; can burn. too. I ran I liflnl out of tniin nwl Fiown 'in Wl at ili kuiio liuifl ilnuiurif; off ail the watrr Ttw Htramir or Cullender bhowa on rlglit ' an be umM a an ordinary 1'ullen.lrr It nN llta un top of main vnwcl aihl u unl oi a steamer. . V - TOWCL COO TOP Of IWNGl r X--i i llr" Cfltjfu&mstt RIGHT HAND fUJ5H Rt&tRVOI I, 1J I I ALL COWf RCCHVO(M I l6ltOM RS.J, . IJ f . ft. wiixorvt A auu nociNli I Monday, Nov. 28 TO- - A,U7 M? I'Xm Marlilr-lrllrao .stAiiiM'l Ironuit'i mer Kettle. rifiiiii fe anil Itandle that li.tl.lt iin c( cr. Till- Hpi MUI-M- if aia el TO f Mil i ill r. liuisU 1 Mlllli Coppor i3i ouUMe, tliuic.1 un i u le. Till" MWrVTIf 1Shi. All Nlclel-plateTea l,etfle. Ilaii tsmuely ril kclcilon il outmlo and tlnncl on in.l.l. MJI1H' r,ier llaihltfiiinelv iurkele4 Pot. Till: ll-o- i. Mckrl-plute- il ineo on All Q Saturday Julian Choato K. A. Dec. 3 .; I'c)' I - THE PEOPLE YOU KNOW WHO USE AND RECOMMEND MAJESTIC RANGES Choato IUndfooL Fishing Club O. II. Terrott J. N. Lusk Mrs. S. M. Hubbard Alox. Ramos GREflTND QRqND CYIqJE5TlC RflNQE in ,.- ym' AV5VWC-5vfLl- vmtL ''A Tltn it mqDE, THE RSNGE UJITH Gon. II. A. Tyler W. W. Prowltt Set sizes of Ware FREE s-rvt-trs. f Tilt: MAJIJ1IC MarlJe-Ire- il l.namrlril I'llddliiK Tail. luie fur the M MIOTIC Keer-lmr- REPUTATION ind I'an. MAetiebit i'of pin Hlj In xaun torttie Mujeatli tct Mlrrtl DrliMiln ralent THO M VJi:STIC Patent lrrtl llrliltiK Six., of iii tl In x li in JlaJi ieuaJlyfiirtlioMjelic.1vt. Neier-ltur- n l'ii. REASONS WHY THE GREAT MAJESTIC YOU SHOULD BUY It has tho roputatlon of being tho best rango money can buy. It not only has tho roputatlon but lsQtio best rango madu, nnd wo proo this to you If you will lot us. It Is constructed of malleable Iron, matorlnl jou can't boat, and of Charcoal Iron, material that rosIsUi rust 300 por cent greater than steel, Is riveted togothor air tight. No heat escapes or cold air entors tho 1st. 2d. will 3d. Daniel Davis Henry McMutllii John Cotton Stovo SLihr Dock Wheeler D. II. Toombs R. II. Hallow Joo Canllllbn J. II. Pickett 1L II. Johnson Holm O. N. 11. C. W. II. J. W. Holm Clark Ward Wc could give n 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 date of our exhibit and don't fail to attend. It rou call nt our Btoro during our Mnjostlc Demonstration Week, nnd allow us to show you tho many advantages nnd superior qualities of Uio Croat and Mnjostlc IlaiiRo, and will imrehaso ono at tho regulnr prlco wo will k!o )ou Kreo tho huautlfut nnd useful Souvenir Sot of Ware Illustrated In this advortlsomouL This unro is mndo to match tho quality of tho Majustlc Ilangos, and wo know all ladle-- will sou tho beauty and utility of tills sot, especially tho first three pieces, which aro entirely now nnd am not ho had nlouo by purohaw, oxcopt at a ory IiIkIi price Tho irlces of Majohtlc IliuiEoa aro tho samu, but wo t?lvo tho set FKKK with oach MiiJchUc KniiKo bought during tho demonstration week only. isar SOUVENIR FREE -- Wi To nny person (not children) who will allow tho Majestic Man to show them tho merits of TH13 CHEAT MAJESTIC IIAKOI2 during domoii titration will got a useful and beautiful souvenir KUEE. rango, thus usos vory llttlo fuol to do perfect work. 1th. Tho resonolr nlono Is worth thho prlco of rango ovor any other rotvcvolr made. It bolls in gallons of water; is heated like a teakettle, with pocket against left hnud lining and Is movablo and sots on a fromo honco cannot wear out. When water gets too hot it can bo moved uway from Uio flro. Majostlc Ranges uso less fuol; heat more water and hoat It hot ter; costs practically nothing for ropalrs; lasta thrco times as long, It bakoa bettor; easier to keep clean and glvo bettor saUsfactlon than any othor rango on tho market. If you know positively that tho above state-uiont- a aro truo, wouldn't you buy a Majestic at ouco? Como In Domonstratlon Week and Wo'll Provo It to You. ONE WEEK ONLY No ware given'nf-te- r demonstration week : : : : : Hickman Hdw. Co. INCORPORATED ONE WEEK ONLY No ware given after demonstration week : : : : : "V T' '.ffpj w """ W&vv - ywww' '.gyvwpjf,,iiiriai yyyyp ' T gwwgMggwgHWHBiumiinuujiiiuiumiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiumiiiiiiiiiiuiiBW iss28mw0 Decora titmg by JULIA BOTTOMLEV OMU people bavo the knack of arranging thing. They tnko hold of n bouso or ft room, bo It ovor so m 5 x "Til1 ' lb Caps-a-Col- d Tablets if Break Up Colds A shiver, a shake, pains, ache, fever. The evolutions of a cold is as rapid as can be, and the results are invariably dangerous. Break up a cold at its very d conception by taking the timely preventive, Tablets, and many a sick hour will be avoided Take a Prevents pneumonia and consumption. d Tablet at the very small, distress and danger. first sneeze and save Caps-n-Coleasy-to-swallo- w Suits and Overcoats For Business and Dress The low prices we are quoting this season have made a hit and it will be worth your while to look us over. ec ipfci J.i Caps-a-Col- Price 25 Cents HELM & ELLISON MgBBBfflnmmuiimaiSHiiiuifflgii f ! IWS If it leaks wehave roofing that can be put on with a 15 year guarantee, for II & ROOF and transform It with tho materials we all havo at hand, Into something beau tlful. I recall a lady who used to buy an ugly house, movo Into It, and begin making changes outsldo and In. In about two years tho whole plnco wss simply transformed and she had spent tbo time happily and busily. Hut hur occupation was gono, so sho plnco would look up another that neoded regenerating and pat that which sho had complotcd on the market. Sho cashed In her Ideas and went happily to work again. Tho little city In which sho lives Is beautiful and sho Is one of tho chief educators of public taste. Sho shows others bow to lmpravo tbolr surroundings. I knew another woman gifted In managing Interiors. Sho bad llttlo money loss tlmo, for sho was a wago earner; but sho had tho faculty of making things sweet around her. 1 want to tell you of tho Christmas docoratlons which transformed her smnll homo Into a sort of bewitching Christmas bower, not to bo forgotton, and yot fashioned from Just tho samo things we oil havo at hand. This Is her roo-Ipoi WiP Every garment we offer is a good value and the showing includes practically everything. makes no difference whether you want clothing for business or for dress, you'll find what you want here It at prices ranging from $15.00 to $22.50 One of our leaders is the W. S. Peck & C. clothing, which has a national reputation, The "Peck" suits and overcoats are among our best offers. Come and see them. $3.50 per square i k i it. The manufacturer absolutely forbids any paint on this roofing, therefore you save on paint. We are agents for the celebrated Regal and Somctlmo before Christmas, say six. weeks, buy a roll of dark red crapo paper, and ono of olive green, crapo paper, also a sheet of polo yellow tissue paper nuy somo cheap bonnet Vsc a real wlro from tho milliner. polnsettla blossom for a pattern or buy ono already mado of paper, and proceed to make up two dozen polnsot-tl- a AV blossoms. First cut patterns, from a piece of wrapping paper, of the Open tha petals of tho polnsettla. ;g jc uuuua u. n r r vj. wu. 014DCULZ.C1 Ok n.11 INCOIU'ORATKI) I 1 J! J. M. Asbestos Roof Coverings. Let us figure with you on your next roof to be covered. Hickman Tin. Plumb. Co. HICKMAN HARNESS CO. Handles Everything in the way of I Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars; A Tine Line of Horse Rlnnkcts and Lap Robes Just Received 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 me a call. J I Farmers & Merch. Bank A. J. WRIGHT, MgT. i Mtk0W&.tti10llkWti&iAift)i!ft0llh1t TAKE NOTICE... USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS Owing to the fact that some of our customers are dilatory in paying their Water and Lights Accounts, which are due and payable at our office ON OR BEFORE THE 10th of each month, ice 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 collections 'kon Main street only, between the 1st and 10th of each month, and will call but one4time 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 either send check or money, or make arrangements with one of the banks to pay their accounts. K Don't think that you will be the fauored one as we will enforce the rule regardless of except lions. ir I Hickman Ice Incorporated Coal Co. J. T. DILLON, Manager MJlMMMMMMMMliIMMlHV'ivrM I .llnnulo Williams, aged about 87 yisirs, died at his homo in Illckmnn Sunday after a lingering Illness of govern months. For n Iodk number of years Mr. Williams resided In Uils county, Fremont, and had a large circle of friunds and nouualn-lance- s hero and In tho county. Tho romalns wore Intorrud In tho Fro-inocewetory Monday. Union City Commercial. iK-a- r nt A largo mini out Monday in of money wis p.nd Mnyflold for inul s It Is oHtlmntcd Hint about 7G mules wore purchased and eaoli ono brought an average of 31Cf, which makes $12, 37li that was paid to the fanners of Graves county In one day. Monday wns ono of tho biggest stock da that has boon in Mayfluld for a good while and many homos nlso changed hands. Mayflold Messenger. es such as confectioners uso for Char too thickly with greens. u Take tho hTof. llo. In the boitfr lotto Russo, or those which may b remaining greens sad place them In ' am ' with Inter. t at thr bought for tho purpose. Mnke hsn the fruit baskets which you previously ral ' ' eBt awium frtiiu rf dies of wire. Cover tho basket Inside co re rod with greoii papr I'se bwtij110 -- . ' pniccd to and out with the red paper, pasting It with them. Set ths wherever thoy I " to place and pulling tho edgs Into look prettiest; In the I Mows. If the Offer for Mil at lint Court Il.,u dtMK- - In IIIckMMN. Ky , to th lnln t ruffles. Make as mony little baskets sills are deep enough. Iln a wreath bWdrr. at IHMII.1C AlTTHiN. ..a lb. as 'hfro nre guests-to-bo- . Cover th to the eurtalftg at each window. New Ittk day of Dvcetmber, llu. at 2; handles by wrapping tho wlro tu all your greens are placed snd tho red o'rhM-or narrow strips of the red paper. i'jn Is to be added. The secret of using CoMiMy p m, day) IhervtilMdit Court hkw a trdlt of Ish with little bows mado of baby rlb- - It elTeetlvely Is ts be sparing th It U MoMths. Ui folbiwlHg diirllHl 00a or narrow strips or the pap, Ilrlng oat your polnsettla and pfciM prlHrty. low It. either In red or green Put tho little FIKUT TltACT: two or three bloseoms In a group Forty nir. of baskets away with Hi poimw-tilwhat ts a fow candlo or eleetrle light somowhere In tho green about eseh MlraiMhi known as 0m duwr trail of Next T WIUw.ii In the tHrtliHxit Ktulen one flawer shades are to be tnatU As In crap dour ami window . at the top of each wreath. Festoon r)Mrtrr of SemiH M. T I. It f.. paper costs no more when n reproof ? of your llttlo red Uol balls among tho IxlnHlitg nt a stnkt B nnU one should specify the NW former of mid action th B greens at the tap of the deor by which rloty when buying It your guests enter the living room. Uso thenos KoMth, tlfrtHw Ant to Hi.- - Jas Cut out card board discs IV4 I sen Turnr Hho mntrcwUy tar Co con tho remaining oos In groups of two talH forty nrnsK. In diameter with clrele cut from lh rohverl bv Mlran on the Christmas tree. I da T Wltoou lo f! R ami All.-.center, 2 Inches In diameter These Decorate tho Christmas treo with Wilson tm tmy erf and ronvy rest on the metal sbsdo supports From the paper napkin or dolly, cut tho silver tinsel and In tho manner d to A N. KIb br Alln. P Uu miii ami fiwr of the b.Hrs of (i K n clrclo at the center 3H Indies In YMbMMt nnd that Uirw f(Mirt-ntli- s of dlamotor With a needlo and thread llw sale prlpe of said Iron !. nnd gather this up to fit tho mutal support I ri main a 1111 nit uill runt nm.a Bonbon Basket of Paper, Tinsel St jr. Plnco tho dolly over the cardboard !lMarlK inleret from day of i Polnsettla Flowers, Paper Bells. dlio and tlo tho ends of the thread ttH arrival of aa of Aim Wilw.n. N4MM-- r Wllsou nrvtl rolls of crapo paper and strotob them. Brmlv about tho metal. Wil son. Infant h4m of (1. 8 UIImhi or A roll of ten feet will stretch to fifteen As soon as tho stores begin showing TMLML'tLAWM:? i mi. tu mm Is roteaiHI and said and bo Improved thereby, for some them, buy a few strands of red time) INnm.nt orHn'i ma4e by ordi-rof purposos. To stretch tho papor let balls and two packages (about six OKirt some one hold one end for you while yarusj or ellvor tinsel. Two dozen SKCONI) TltACT: you pull tho other gradually, or tack of the smnll paper Christmas bolls In Th tmrc of land In T. I. IL ft. W.. In Fulton ono end to tfle floor, stretch the pa rod and, two bolts of red baby ribbon County, Ky.. UrglnHltg H Is ,iM por and tack the other end, allowing Thcso things are to be found at the ct the mwthwit corHcr of I he NW It to remain for a fow hours. ten cent stores, and cost very little,. Qr of Kec 32. ruHHlng theixv wost Cut from the red papor, according uei mom early and mit thuin hviiit H rMls to HI CrorktHi's Hl (ir In to your wrapping paper patterns, the Nothing furthor Is needed but the evsr th.- - NW IJr tvt Sec. II, llifiioi north petals, which will bo In three sizes. greons which are bought Just bofnrs with 81 (Vwkelt'B lino MV kiI.-- s lo Cut a yard of the green paper Into thoy are used. lie arvek. Umiiic with tlir length-wisBtrlps, half Inch wide, with ,of mid crw-- In n northisti-rldl One small Christmas rfctlon to n Htako with two gum sap which to wind tho wlro for stems. A treo will be needed and then a lot ol lings as polntiT and about II nuls iplcco of wlro 0 or 8 Inches long la cut fHlMt of the said ill llt.. off Four llttlo wads of tho yellow mmth to th ron paper tho size of a large pea. are lalnlug twrnty acres, holng tln land each covered with a little piece of the oiiv). by Miranda T. Wilson lo same paper, an Inch square This la W. K. Wright nml now ownod byA brought over the wad and twisted Into N. King. a little stem. Then llttlo wn,u cm TMIIlI) TIUCT: The remainder of fastened to tho end of tho piece ol what Is known as thr dowvr tract of wire by winding with a coarso thread Mrs. Miranda T. Wilson, or a fine spool wire. The latter Is nltottfd to her otil of tho osinlo of 8am II. Wilson, deconsed, which dow-obest Place two or three small petals as lottod contained DSi ncrv nntl of the red paper around tho end of the tho jKirt onlfri'd sold by this Judg wlro to which you have Juat faatoned mont ns this third tract Is n portion tho llttlo yellow wads and fasten thorn of same left aflor taking the trucis with thread or wire. Next place, Inrtln named as one nnd two. from larger petals and finally tho largest snld original dower, ltKivliig the n slzo, following tho nntural blossom, or mount ordered inlil nit llila tlilnl imi-the papor one bought for a guide, as or about 384 nores. Hoy nearly as Dosslblo. Jr;,.i. T nmrfrtifc Wind tho wire Till Htllltl ftlOIU.r ttllti.kP liult--SIoiut anil nr.. I.t stem with green tlssuo paper. Pull "sl4',1kvlHMlJKl (havo n Hen on this third tract each the edges of the potals slightly to give mr uiio-iiuoi wnai me uireo inula thorn a naturnl look. As tho paper limy bring, to remain n lien until or Tho Paper Candle Shade. polnsettla blossoms are finished put dered collected by this court, or unthem In a hat box. In two or three r tlmm tho arrival nl The Little Yule Log. to which you havo been accustomed, til Or BUfflclent nin nf imcti evenings as many as will be needed A thureof to priMluro Festoon of Red Tlnsol Beads Strung for tho sake of old times. ' tho HtiiiiH of inoiH'y so ordered to bo are easily made on Baby nibbon. Place the remaining randies on the mado. For tho purchase prlco, Uio After the polnsettla Is finished make mantols. plnno or on tbo dressing liundmsor, with npiirovcd Heciirlty or llttlo baskets of tho red paper Fot grcenory-bough- s wjciirllbis, must oxecuto Ihuid, boar-Infoundations use little card board dish nwny In trimming that havo been cut rasos to bo ur d by tho guests treos, or treos that logol Interest from tho day of Your deton ing Is done, and whan do not soil rendlly becnuso not well the lights an III and begin to glow teilo until paid, and having tho forco wiuiwu may no bought for a trlflo or through nnd effect of n Judgment. Hidden OVER 06 YEARS tho ud slmdes. you will thcso mny bo nrocurod In thl mun. will ho prepared to comply promptly EXPERIENCE try. Tho sweet smelling kind add a gard tho llttlo sceno with n lionrt with these teruiH, distinct ploasuro to Christmas. Ilrlng throb of satisfaction. When tho guests J. It. MILNKIt, CoiuY. your boughs and trees homo two or arrive nil will bo put In n lively good humor by tho chnrm of their surround three dnys before Christmas. Cut tho from the living room and dinOver ono liiiiiilicd towns in Ken brnnchos from tho trunks. With small lngs room over to ing branches wound to wlro with dnrk to enjoy anything them and proceed tucky havo nlrendr taken uti Uio sjile nnd Trade Marks cord or hoavy thread, mnko wreaths wuiuu uu imvu pinnuoa or ovorythlrig: of Uio IUmI Cross UhrlHtiuna houIh they Bug Dcsians for pinning to tho window curtains. Moro of them taking up the fight evgust CoPYmcHTS Ac. Anrone nt)na n ukrtrti utiil .Iriirrlptlnn mT ery dny. It Is aimed to place the Saw from tho end 01 ono of tho troo k r airctriani c nr qul ti n free whether An hivenr) n u pr ti If rtfnfiihlH. (mimunlrii. trunks (which will bo from 4 to 6 llttlo seals on wilo In every city nnd li'ininiriL'lirr miMriillal. HANOBOOK unl'ateiiu COMMISSIONER'S RALE. (Mdrit nueurj fur pcurlntr imteiitii. Inches In diameter) a pleco 18 Inchos tfli'tfree. own of one hundred Inhabitants and Co. receive I'afrnx takim tlirouvh lunn long for a mlnlnturo yulo log. Tlo rod Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. rrr lot nollet, wit h ml cliirio, lu tbo over. 110,000 for tho prevention of buby ribbon around each end and susMrs. Allen P. WIImihi Uf nlnlntlrr pend from th chnndulior or In n door ngnlnst A. N, King Ktc, dufondnnt! Tuberculosis In Kentucky this year Is tho Slognn. Everybody Is help- A pnliomplf lllcitrtil weeklr. IJirnMit Hr. way, unng a tiny bowl to ropresent Knulty. riiUth'ii f nr,. letifiua niniml. 'Irrnn, 13 m Ily VlrtUO Of n. JllilL'flliitil nml Hr. liuj; nobody gota nny profit for soil an oldtlmo kottlo over It, using tho jpri f.ur luiinllii.lL Hold trail newdfaler. baby ribbon, Tlo short branches to dor of Snlo of lillon Circuit Court, ing Uio llttlo Benls. Thoy nro doing MUNN&Co."'"" New York Utuictx Umce. caVBU Wiubluglvo. 1). C tho chandeliers but do not coyer thorn rendered nt the Soptoinbor IVrm, It to help along Uio good causu. I.imm Jk "". l" iM ''I ll -iIm-iim- Itre-prao- al - sal-min- if ' iW mmm. " (ry s Ih-i- m-- e well-shape- t'riK-k..li'- a tls-su- o tin-ne- dtH-fuRt- r r ni r. iyTnjra Scientific flitierican. 1 wi'itV'i,?"i'iff. nilrwuuui.lj-- i ufi nn m Mmtltlttr,ir'WM; l'Vit&iliAllk lmAj V '" ' i) .iiirwre.n.. , . mi lij. im,!! i. iii-- ' !" ii r. :b:rogkr.a.:m: FULTON COUNTY FLOATING ISLAND FOUND Queer Discovery Made by the Crew of the Dark Atlas In the Paclflo Ocean. The crow of tho bark AUas, which arrived In Seattle recently after rounding tho Horn from Philadelphia, reports a queer discovery for ono day of the 138 of her voyage. Bho had been out many days without Boeing anything only throe ships woro seen on tho entire trip when one morning In tho Pacific the lookout reported that ho had sighted land off tho port bow whoro no land was supposed to be. Nor could any be found on tho charts. It seemod low In tho water, but too much like tho real thing to bo a mlrago, so tho captain ran toward it. It proved to bo land, right enough; an island covered with trees and thick low undorbrush. Birds and a fow monkeys wcro seen upon It, but no other signs of llfo, Thoso precluded the potability of the Island being of volcanic origin, and leads tho captuln to claim It as u floating Island, ile belloves that It was washed out to sea from delta of tho Illo do la Plata or tho Negro, and that tho undergrowth was so thick that its roots held the wholo together. As ho saw two trees tumblo Into tho wator from tho island's edgo before ho sailed away his theory appears to bo somewhat substantiated. WHERE WOMEN ARE BANNED Al- Farmers' Institute To be Held at Court House, Hickman, Ky. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DECEMBER 2 and 3, 1910 "Wire Nails and Don't sit down in the meadow and wait for the cow to back up and be milked go after the cow. Yesterday is a dead one, tomorrow's on ice but today is simmering on the coals of chance. Four things come not back the spoken word, the sped arrow, the past life, and the neglected opportunity. Failure to buy Building material, Brick, etc., from me, is a lost opportunity. Friday Morning Session, 10:00 Called to order by Amos Mall, Director Rev. W. G. Stockton Welcome Address R. T. Tyler Response Amos Hall Election of Permanent Chairman and Secretary. 1:00 Election of Delegate to attend State Fanners' Institute. Prayer. 1 Friday Afternoon Session 1:30 Called to order by.. .. Chairman Methods of Reclaiming Poor Lands J. C. Baldwin Wheat Raising.. Prof. J. H. Saunders Tobacco Seed Selection, Preparation of Seed Bed, Transplanting, Cultivation and Harvesting . . Amos Hall Saturday Morning Session 10:00 Called to order by No Female of Any Sort Has Been lowed on Mount Athos for Many Chairman Centuries. For centuries past, Duke Max ni Rcv. G.W.Wilson Sachscn Informs us, women have not Corn Seed Selection, Breeding, Cultivation J. C. Baldwin bot-- allowed on tho Turkish ponln-aulEven femalo animals aro prohlb-itoCotton -- Preparation of Seed Bed, Planting, Cultivation and Condensed milk is lmportod Harvesting General discussion, led by S. L. Dodds from Switzerland, so that the eyes of the Inhabitants may not bo otiendod Good Roads to Make and Maintain, value of, by tho sight of a cow. Tho peninsula Is Mount Athos, and Amos Hall a. d. Prayer W. A. DODDS Mrs Johnson Dead. Saturday Afternoon Session 1:00 Called to order by Poultry for Profit Alfalfa Round Table Discussion, led by Organization Among Fanners Chairman J.C.Baldwin ..B. T. . Its Inhabitants aro tbo members of monasteries, which havo existed there since the days when Christian emperors held rulo at Constantinople and gavo laws to all Europe. For 1,400 or 1,600 years, let us say, no woman has trodden tho ground of Mount 20 $10,000 Damages. Davis Athos. .Amos Hall Dependable Furniture... I I I A vast quantity of art treasures and precious manuscripts has been storod In tho monasteries, but for tho moat mil" out of Hickman last Tuesday. part their contents and oven their Nov. 22, at C o'clock p. m. Mrs. character remained entirely unknown. Johnson was a sister of C. W. Tlt-BIof tho vicinity west of Union Clly, nnd hor husband a brother of the famous Confodomto General Jos. Prehistoric Hairpins. probably caught up her tresses E. Johnson. Eye Mrs. Johnson (is about 80 years wbon engaged in housekeeping with long thorns, easily obtalnublo from of ago. but hale and hearty until tho bushes and trees In hor front overtnken with nn nttack of grip a yard. Thornllko pins carved from box short tlmo ago. She was n member o wood. Ivory and horn havo been tho Cumberland Presbyterian Church, found in excavations dating back to the tlmo of the Cnesars; and also n womnn of extraordinary Intelligence queer, clumsy combs made of tho and character and a mother of old, a satno materials. In the days of the good woman. Union City Commercla Caesars, Roman maids wore their hair in exceedingly simple fashion, Sings a Fulton Ioot: "Tho loaves but stylos for matrons exceeded In or natencss anything seen in our day. aro drifting downward." Yea ClarTho Iloman lady about the house wort) ence, tho laws of gravitation aro still her hair caught up under a reticulum in force. or heavy net of colored cords; but for great occasions her locks wore dressed by a clnerartus, or handler of the curling irons, and not only wero" bangs, braids nnd rats In high favor, but false hair was much used, captlvo Herman maids, being denuded of their flaxen braids for tho enhancement of Iloman charms. Bro-vard, A verdict of 110,000 was awarded Mrs. Johnson, widow of tho late Uio plaintiff in tho action of C. W. Win Johnson whoso death took place Kucker against Dr. D. A. Amos, and laxt spring, died at her home one others, In tho district federal court at Pnducah Tuesday. boon before two tonus whon it was tinued. Tho alleged "night rider" raids at Eddy-vlll- o In 100S whon Uio night rider element was ruling supremo In tho "Black latch." It was at this time that the plaluUff In tho action was takon from his homo nnd cruelly beaten. Not having boon satisfied wlUi Uils ho was ordered to leave Kentucky nnd as a means of refuge fled to Metropolis, Ills., where ho makes lib homo at present. L. P. Ellison, of this city, wis one of tho Jurors who rendered this Tho case had tho court for tho past and on each occasion up for trial it was consuit is tho outcome of Tale of a Bird. A little four-year-o- ld COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. Helm & Ellison, plaintiff, against Robert tlrlggs, defendant. Equity. By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of Fulton circuit court, rendered at tho September term thereof 1910, in tho above cause, for Uie ) sum of Soventoen and Dollars with interest at tho rate of six per cent per annum from Uie lGth day of July, 1803, until paid, and costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at tho Court House door in Hick man, Ky., to tho highest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on tho 12th day of December, 1910, at 2:00 o'clock p. in., or thereabout (being County Court day,) upon a credit of six mos., t; tho following described property, iotu Nos. 207 and 20S In II. 4, East Hickman, as same are shovtn und designated on plan and map of East Hickman, Kentucky. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to bo made. For the purchase price, tho purchaser, with approved security or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from tho day or sale unUl paid, and having tho foroo and effect of a Judgment. Didders will bo prepared to comply promptly with these tonus. J. It. MlLNER, Com. 50-10to-wi- "Cured Pain" Neuralgia Auctioneer's Hourglass. Wc wish to call special attention to our Furniture Department. We are constantly receiving additions to our stock stylish, dcpendoble furniture, and invite you to call and sec the many useful articles wc have in the way of house and home furnishings. AH ft at Lor Prices Make Some of Your Holiday Purchases Here Nothing more acceptable than furniture something that's always nice and ornamental I Tho Auctioneer of a century or bo ago ended a nolo not by saying, "Going going xono!" and rapping the counter with his hammer, but It was his better method to turn up a froo running glnss toward the end of tho bidding and to end tho solo Irrevocably when tho sands ran out. This saved confusion nnd dispute The auctioneers' glasses In tho Philadelphia collection arc picturesque. Ono is of tortolso shell and mother of pearl. Another Is of amber and gild. A third is of teak and Ivory. Phlla-dAlnh- eer's hour glasses. An auctioneer of this city collects all sorts of objects pertaining to his ancient calling. Ho has, among other tilings, an Interesting set of auction- boy living In a country town disturbed and took Percy Jones nnd family Bpent a somo eggs from under a sitting hen belonging to n neighbor. Tho neigh- few days last week with Mr. and bor complained to tho boy's mother, Mrs. John Ford, in Cairo. Mr. Jones who later called hor boy to her and returned Saturday morning. began to roprovo him, when ho broke In with tho question: "Who told youT" Tho mother said: "A UtUo bird told me. Now, toll me, how many eggs did you- - take in writing to you that I had a neuralgia pain in my arm for five years, and I used your Liniment for one week and was completely cured. I recommend your Liniment very highly' Mrs. J. McGraw, 12 id Mandcville St., New Orleans, La. t Tho HtUo boy, stammering, said: "Weill Weill Why dldnt tho bird tell you Uio wholo of taker OWES ltf Scored Heavily. The BurglatHow much is Hvo rolls of movln' plcturo films, a snaro drum an n cornnt worth you. Snooks T Tho Fence Whero did you lift that stuff, Bill? Tho Burglar (smilingly) I broke Into vaudyvlllo last nlghtl Snmo Sort of Language, HER UFETO Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Chicago, HI. "I was troubled with falling and Inllammatlon, and tho doc tors said I could not pet well unless I had an operation. I know I 2WcHSKHI stand tho could not strain of one, so I wrote to you sometime ago about my health and you told nit. what to do. After taking Lydia R Bullotln. Cured Quinsy Sore Throat Mr. Henry L. Caulk, of 1 2. 2 Wilson St., Wilmington, Del., writes : "I bought a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for the quinsy sore throat and it cured me. I shall always keep a bottle in the house." I 9 Don't forget to renew your subscription to Uio Courlor. Tho paper stops when tho tlmo Is out no man's acquaintance," said the woman of strictly correct Ideas. "Yob." replied Miss Cayenne, "He uses tho snmo sort of lnngunge that wo pay two or three, dollars a seat to hear at a theatre." Miss Omco Cook has returned to vis-- It Tin afraid we'll havo to cut that In our Undertaking Department we handle everything in the way of Coffins, Caskets and Funeral Supplies. Our aim in this department is promptness and efficiency, and we always susceed in our SLOANS LINIMENT gives instant relief lrom rheu matism, lumba-go.sciatic- a, her homo at Crutchfleld after a to Miss Eva Cook. aim. Experienced man on duty night and day. neu- W. F. MONTGOMERY Hero Is a comforting thought from baby on top of lila head," ndvbics n Banllnry physician. a Virginia Judge. Ho holds that a Jail why kins tho bnby at nil? Ho bankrupt can hold IiIb title to a cemetery lot. doesn't llko It. Phono CI about your Insurance. Lyric Saturday night. j "KIph Uio "w JUDGE WISE. Business Philosopher. wlio do not fi'ft sore throat, ralgia, croup, ton-siliti- s, hoarseness and chest pains. 0 P(ic8Sl25c.,50o.&$1.00 A tnrapn "Troublo nover trios to dodgo thoso try to dodgo it," says tho Judge. "Hut all your troubles ovor drugs nnd prescriptions nmy bo easily dodged by going to Tho Hickman Drug Co." Slonn'n Look nn liumM, ml Hi, rIkm'i mil poultry .out fri'O. Adilrt'Kt Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Man., U.S.A. ble Compound and Blood Purifier I am a well woman." Mrs. William USS W. 21st St., Chicago, 111. sevAititKNs, others of near Oakton, spent , Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetiblo eral days last week at the Uiko. made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotics or harmFrank von Borrles went to Louisful drugs, and holds the ville Saturday night on business witli for tho largest number of actualrecord cures Mongol Box Co., and to attend of femalo diseases of any similar medithe tho wedding of his brother Uiero on cine in tho country, and thousands of voluntary testimonials aro on illo in Wednesday evening. tho 1'inkha a laboratory at Lynn, llass., from women who havo been Miss Mnttlo Hancock desires to In- cured from almost every form of form her friends that she has opened femalo complaints, inllammatlon, tumors, droKsuuiklug quarters at Hickman and irregularities, periodic pains. backache, haves Uils week for that place. Un- indigestion and nervous prostration. ion City Commercial. Every such sulToring woman owes it to hersolf to give Lydia E. Pinkham's Our good friend, John Clioate, Is Vegetablo Compound a trial. a man nftor our own heart. He not If you would llko special advice only takes his homo paper and pays about your cjuso write- u confidenfor it, but orders It sent for a year tial letter to Mrs, Plnkliani, nt to Mrs. Mary Doweeso nnd W. L. Lynn, Mass. Hor ndvico Lj free, Bonthnl, at Moscow. and always IielpfuL Itoy Clark, of tills city, John Wilson, Clias. Clark, Mr. I.uten and sev-nrCom-jxHindto-da- y mm Pinkham's Vegeta- line of Holiday Goods wc carry, n personal visit is advisable. Wc have We assure you in advance of your visit that every possible courtesy and attention will be paid you whether you buy or not. Our 1910 stock is too large and varied to enumerate, but we can please you in anything in the get n TO spared true conceptionnorofmoneygreat make our store the Mecca for Gift Seekers. to neither time Vf .!.'3&1 &mm Tars!?? - DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS CUT GLASS, SILVERWARE, NOVELTIES You know whether or not articles in the above lines are appropriate, sensible, and possess real merit. Buying direct from the manufacturer we save you the middleman's profit. mZmf j&mS 1" Ml " t1 w SCLENKER'S JEWELRY STORE I II IK. wATS with wldo, or moderately wldo brims, have been much tho jLA same es to their brim outlines tor several seeeons. but variations ,bv been evident In crowns. Tho possessor of a good velvet bat feels ithat It should do service for two or (ven three seasons and last year's hat rwltb. a graceful brim and a new crown gives as much ratlsfae-itlon- . If not a little more, to tho home ,economlst, as spick and span now millinery. Tho cleverness of the milliner is iput to the test, to either replace the old crown with a new one, or put the (trimming on tho hat so that the outline of the old crown Js concealed or changed. As It happens tho task Is not so difficult this season because puffed crowns aro much favored, that 'is, crowns mado of puffs of silk or velvet. Furthermore, trimming pieces, especially fancy feathers, are large 1-- 1 to and they conceal tho top of the hat nlmost entirely. An example of what may be dono rwlth a velvet hat, having a wide brim and small crown. Is shown here. Two lengths of vol vet. In two colors, each s of a yard long, are shirred on silk thread at each end. The thread matches tho velvet In color and there arc four rows of shirring. A lining of crlnollno supports each piece. They are then mounted on tho shape ns shown In the plcturo and sowed down securely to It with stitches as nearly lnvislblo as possithree-fourth- II :hic:em:.a.:n V. jsiEisrTTjrciir FULTON CIRCUIT COURT. A. Dodds. plaintiff. vs S. I. Dodds, Etc., defendants. Notice Is hereby glvon to the creditors of tho Hickman Athletic Association that the undersigned cominls sloner will attend at his offlco at Fulton. Ky., from this tho 23d day of Novoinbor until tho first day of ble. tho January term of tho Kullon Clr An ornament and a fancy feather, cult Court to receive nnd hoar proof or ostrich plumes If preferred, mnko a of claims against sold Association, charming finish. This is a matter of and that all persons holding claims will file Mtno with mo properly prov choice with tho wearer. The home milliner should find no en, or forever ue Darreu irom collect dlfllculty In remodeling her last year's ing samo. Given undor my hand this the 23rd hat by this method. day of November, 1910. JULIA BOTTOMLEY. J. IL MILKER, Com. Fora the Hostess c a Chat on Interesting Topics of Many Kinds, by i n COMMISSIONER'S 8ALC .Mm Max Tuylor. plaintiff agnt ) IUma N Taylor. Uw . d- - - i.dail qtiHy Hy virtue of n Judw. nt ami urd of Hale of KhIIow ClrrwH Court fil-- nut on Cfrrull Court. Kentucky -- ri a Recognized Authority . : : j-- y Expert Engraver... ! We have secured, at great expense, the services of an expert engraver for the Holidays. AH goods bought of us will be engraved FREE OF CHARGE, but we cannot possibly do outside engraving from the first of Dec. until the week after Christmas. Chrysanthemum Luncheon. Judging from tho numerous letters from brides-elect- , Cupid must havo been unusually busy with his llttlo bow and arrow. There nro so many requests for funcUons, I am suro tho description of this chrysanthemum luncheon will bo very acceptable. It was gorgeously brilliant, tho color schemo bolng yellow; especially fitting for this month as November claims tho topai and tho chrysanthomum: In this Instanco It was also tho bride's birthday month as well as her wed-linday reason. For a centorplscw inero was a mound or yellow "mums, kept In placo by otnbeddlng tho stoma In sand At each placo thore was n little yellow Jardlnlore containing on stiff, straight little yellow "mum" to whlrh tho nnmo card was attached with a yellow ribbon. Tho grape fruit cock-tal- l had a wee "mum" In the center of tho fruit; around the atom of tho glass there was a fluffy bow of whlto tullo. Tho plntos on which tho frappo glasses stood had a wreath of yellow "mums" around them and tho was in 'boxes concealed by petals of yellow cropo paper "mums." Tho candlo sticks wero of stiver and had yellow shades. At each placo wero yoHow slippers fillod with salted nuts. Just tho bridal party woro Included In tho gucsU, I moan tho girls In tho party and two matrons of honor. A Ice-crca- bearing the monogram of the brld and groom elect, which the guta retained as souvenirs. A Neck-Ti- e and Apron Party. This really Is an old time stunt, 1ml llko many other old things has been rejuvenntml Tho hostess prepare as many cheese cloth aprons as thora aro men and as many piece of silk or ribbon as thoro are girls When all arrive the men nro given spools of thread nnd told to find tho girl who has an apron to mateh It In this way partners aro chosen nnd tho girls put on tho aprons after tho men havo sotted tho hotns nnd sowed on the strings. r Allow hnlf or of an hour for this. Noxt the girls nro given the necktlo place and thoy nro gathered together and put through n door, each girl having hold nf an end. tho door la closd and tho men aro to come In nnd take bold of nn end When each man has an nd, the door is opened and tho girl who has hold of tho othor end must fashion a necktlo for her swain. The latter puts It on and tho girl puts on her nprnn, nnd thus pnrtnors aro selected for supper or refreshments. This Is a very jolly party, adapted to prlvalo parties or for a churoh social. three-quarte- for li um of - wW iwntit nt tin ra mr rnt of r nHnuiu from I day of - . until xud at tut hrrrlM. I Mtntl prowd to off HcmimMil at th for Court door lllckHwtft. Ky.. to Uif hlghcel bldd at I'I'III.IC AUCTION, on lhr U' day of Vimlwr. 1910. at 2 00 o ciork p m . tw Uwffloiit f IhI CoHty Omrt ). upon a rtvdlt Mix Month, the follow I a;; dicrth : property, Thm north 17 nrre of land t,t of lot No 3 In tho division of land of I.MtIetHMTy and Borah Tnylor d nmwI. mild IA No 3 rontaliiing aonM woro or and being In Ih iMHiUi iortlon of th iiua' of 8c. C. and north portion t.f tho aotiUiwwit quarter of ilor ? a' In T. 1. It. 3, W; and Is ttin sattv latwl conveyed by (I H Tayltir, Itnr,i K. Sexton ami Win Taylor to T I Tttylor. on tk Itii day f Augur' 1WM; which conveyance Is rtronhJ In ilwd book 31.. paito itU of th riMon County Court Cork's offlc Or sufficient Uiereof to prolu th sums of monny so onlensl to b Huule For tho purchaso prlw. purolmiMir, wUli approved i MftirUlos, must execute IWind. benr ' Ing loftnl Intorent from the day sate until jntld, nnd having the for ami affect of n Judgment llldd will b pravnrd to comply proinpH with thftfto term. J. 1U MII.NRU, Com ihihw- - of. ItlO. Ih at ike 8ttmtM-th nlHtvr timi tin lI - lr l. soitiiit I MADAMK MHItUt. I Only Four More Weeks Until I f x Christmas It is time to be choosing Christmas presents right now. Don't wait until everybody is in a rush and stocks are picked over. Come now while we have time to help you make your selections. And if we haven't what you want we will still have time to order it for you. ? Goods Sent on Approval to out-of-to- people who are responsible. EVERYTHING GUARANTEED TO BE WHAT WE SAY IT IS Bransford Long Distance Phone 8p Andrews V The Dependable Jewelers and Opticians bon-bon- A Box Shower. crowd wishing to "shower" ono of their number who was about to leavo tho stnto of alnglo blessedness, conceived tho bright idea of giving a box showor. Tho boys wero In on It too, nnd thoy had loads of fun. All tho glfta woro In boxes, which In turn wero put In a hugo dry goods box covered with whlto paper cambric on which hearts of red, largo nnd smnll wero pasted When nil had arrived, tho boll rang nnd tho vlllago express-maappeared and sold ho had a small parcol for Miss II and Imagine the surpriso whon ho entered with tho assistance of novoral of tho masculine gucsU bearing tho Immenso box. Tho honored couplo wero told thoy could unpack, but each packago wan to bo shown, tho card read nnd speech mado beforo tho next box was opened. Among tho nrtlcles woro boxes of paper, box of matches, box of tacks, box of sonp, of thread, of pins, work box, glovo nnd handkerchief box, stamp box, tool box nnd a nost of boxos ending with n wco pill box which ccmtnlnod n collar button; box of tin kitchen utensils, box of pnpor nnpklns, box of labels, etc. When It enmo to nerving rofroshmontu tho hostess had a dainty luncheon put up In pastoboard boxes covered with rono wall paper, u box for each couplo, cof. fco and Ico cronm completed tho nv pnst, Thoro wero nnltod almonds nnd s In pretty heart shaped boxos A Jolly n To Clean a Dlack Skirt. To clean n black skirt, lay tho skirt as flatly as possible on a clean table. Ilemovo all RrmM spots with brown paper nnd a hot Iron, thon with n sponge dipped In strong coffee nib over tho whole of the drops, paying spoclnl nltontlon to tho front nnd edgo of tho skirt When the whole of Uio skirt lias bem sponged nnd Is still damp. Iron on the wrong sldo unU porfoctly dry "Sl2 B5g5iimi(iiM.( m m All black hnts nro seen In satin, vol-vot- brocade, hatter's plush, volnurs, boaver, Imnvor cloth. or More dross hatn nro In with a touch of metal or color thnn In nny other shndo. Ostrich fonthers, willow phi in oh especially, aro much In demnnd. Shaded nnd two-ton-e effects load In favor. Drlmmed turbnns aro seon, with upright brims almost as high as tho hut itself nnd close to It except nt tho back. Hat shapes aro of threo sorts tho d largo, hat (tho most popular, Uio clotcho, or Charlotte Cor-dannd tho turban. As n vnrlntlon on thoso thoro Is tho largo hat with tho mushroom brim In u wldo variety of shapos, nil generally following tho mushroom typo. blnck-and-whltwldo-brlmmoy, COMMISSIONER'S 0ALC. Hilton Circuit Court, Kentucky nKalti-IrtoW. 8. Iflllaon. plAlntlff, AtMtHxl, dxfendnut, Ifcjuitv lly virtu of n Judgment nnd On!- r or 8nlu of Kulton Circuit Court, n n tiered at th Soptumber Term thcr of, 11)10, In Uio above cftiwo, for Ih sum of with InUirost nt the rat par cunt Ivor titinum from tn of day of 19- 1- until paid and cos" lioruln, I shall proooul to offer for snler nt Uio Court Houso door In Hick man, Ky., to Uio highest bidder nt I'UIIUU AUCTION, on tho 13th d.i of IX)rtnbr, 1910, at 2.00 orlmk p m.. or thurenbout (leliig Count Court day), upon n credit of Hlx mo the following property, I' wit: An undivided Interest i'' 147 ncrcti of mud being lot No C rontnlnlug 81 nvres, and 02'4 ncr off of tho north end of Ijt No oh aliown nnd designated In tho com iiilsHlonor'H report In tho division i the oHtnltt of Man' K. Cowglll, nn n doM.-rtlM'one-four- th cord'd il.'iii Kullon County Court. Or HiiCflolotit thereof to produc Ui Hiiiim of money ho ordered to be innde. For tho purchase prlco tin purclmwr, with approved securlly of Hurltli'H, iiiimt oxocuto llotid, Ixivr Ing legnl lnloroflt from tho day of xalo until paid, and having tho forco nnd effect of n Judgment Illddent will ho propnrol to comply promptly with thoHo tonus. J. It. MILNKIt, Com. WILLIAM 8' KIDNRV VlLUf. Ilava vou neclocted vnur kldnoJ'R IWKik No. 1, In C. & aK' In tho offlco of the rlerk of th l. I ?0,',,d'M,,',,',K 89 UNION CITY, TENN. It will inoro thnn pay you for tho ..4...i4...4.ii.C04f4-i4"S444'i'4- 4 f I In titno to read our largo ndvortlsotnout thin pnpor. Hickman Hardware IU no Insuranco nt nil uiiIora IU tho host. IConncdy offora only Btrong ust companion. Phono CI about your Insuranco, Co. kidneys ami bladder? Havo you pain In loins, aide, back, groins and bladder? Hnvo you a flabby appearance of tho fnco, especially under tho cye Too frequent n deslro to pass urlno? If bo. Williams Kldnoy Tills will euro you. Hickman Drug Co. Price COo. ByHtem nnd caused troublo with your Havo you overworked your norvoua :"nSSLi i&TJlMm?. ' "r " Z& A. C3r ES 3XT Nanz & T Florists ll Christmas Suggestions KOIt Dickinson's Big Trip. Socrotnry WanhlnRton. of War DtckliiRon In on on a trip that will tako him around tho world. 8everal years ago Wllllnm II. Tnft. whllo tho head of tho war department, mado such a voyago and It camo to bo known aa tho "Cupid voyago." At JIIOKMANITKH: HifMMllM'imKpl Christmas Qapdy trier, - OO OroonlioiiMON LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY The Florist that hns the most beautiful Cut Flowers, Plants, etc Before making your Christmns order ftV f A U 1 I 1 1 Wio cnl1 nnd 80C U8 y ns ' know I lfou in every respect, both in King ' CopjrrlsM! 1909. by Grore I llirrf McCufcJirqg CopyrltfM. 1909, by;lodd. xcasion a Specialty patronage, pectfully, I am least two wcddlnga resulted from that long jaunt. Hint of Miss Allco Itooso-vel- t and Ileprescntatlvo Nicholas Longworth being among them. In this trip of Secretary Dickinson's, ItBAh K8TATB for anlo. Seo M. however, tho party consists mostly of II. Shaw. married folk. Tho ohjcctlva point of Secretnry Dickinson's trip Is tho Philippine ONE OF THE LATEST MODELS Islands, whoro ho will spend flvo weeks familiarizing himself with con Dainty Drest In White Cotton Voile, dltlonH t litre. On tho steamer Slherln, on which With Rote Design Printed on ho sailed from San Francisco for tho Material. Philippines via Honolulu and Japan, This la Tory dnlnty, nnd la mndp up tho secretary was accompanied by In wblto cotton vollo, with a largo mnuvo roso printed on It Tho fcklrt la Kathored In at tho waist, then u band of lacu la takon round aklrt at about tho knees, this draws tho lullncHs In. Tho material is cut r t JACOBS CANDIES "Made last night" cHpne BetterFew Makes as Good - - MJ 4LCemgiry Voa TrnTTiTf ELEGANT PACKAGES VI haa-line- d B ERG ('ntrhtug sight of iu nH u.i to hint "(iiMxl Khto, lio tlm nxoiiui) hih! caught - t SHIPPED TO US ON THE 1st INST. You will make a grievous mistake if you buy before inspecting our line. Prices 5c to $25 : : : : ' morning," aald Truxtnn. Votlltl not audio ns tin eyed tlm "I Iwvwi't Imd n I I' American. I'mnco to thank you fur rowing Iwtck f r nit) hint Hnturdny. Allow wo to 3y that It win n very liravii tlilmc to Jiu; Which One Owm Thit TreeT Tor sixty yenra nml moro a troo has tcxnl on tho dividing lino between two proportion In (Jormnntown, l'n It la n big tree now, ami th bnso of tho trunk extends 22 Inchoa on luntl owned by It. O. Iloolo ami II Inchoa "I do not like your word. Mr. King, on the proKirty of Charles Bpourl. ho Inttvr, uinklnK luiproveiimnU. nr- ii' r llio way In which you glnrt at iniiKtHl to Imvo tho trt'o cut down, hut -."wmra ".1... ....v tr. Ilonlo haa obtained n nrolluilnnry tV ihj jln Senator Cunhinau C Injunction, nnd tho cnxo will ho Davit tbruahird out In courL I Inrtford : : : - : - Secretary Dickinson. Little Kenneth, kiii of Mr. ami Mr. J II Mounter, hat! another owmttou )m rfonunl tin account of towo oye tnmhlo IoaI uiHik. at Naahvtllo. Ill condition U thought to be bettor. ThU Utile follow lion nlrondy hwtt the night In both oytot. Ancient European Delia. Thorn uru autoral old MU In Scotland Irr'and ami Wait; tho oUIont T" oflon quadrangular. blng nia.lti of thin Iron platt which bvi Utin hammered and rhotwl UiKtKltttr. ( At tho tnonaitury of Bt Gall la Haiti-orlnn.- l tho bll of tho Irish inuiiimary Ht (lull who Urol In tho vtiiilh cputury, li (till prwHirviKl; but moro niiclout mill In tho boll of Ht Patrick Iu Holfait. hloh l oma-ni- t four-aide- ver nilgrro. nti. I vrttti gold am com ami li- lWnmn(-cougha that nwlst reinodlen require both oxtern-n- l Ami Internal trmttmunL If you buy a dollar hotl of IIA1JAIU'8 1IOKB Hot M) 8YUUP you tho two diiti you imnhI for tho prlco of Ttiero U a IIHHHICK'S UHI) mi' I'KITKIl I'OUDfl PI.AHTHH for tho lnt. friM with itnah bottle. 5ohl by itlrktiinu Drug Co. ,gt Bond tho Courier to your friend from home. Mrs. Dickinson, his son, J. M. Dickinson, Jr., Gen. Clnrenco It Edwards, Mrs. Kdwnrda and daughter. Miss Dos-slKdwards, Mr. and Mrs. Larz Anderson, Lincoln It Clark, confidential clerk, and George Ixing, a messenger. Mlw MnUI WHIaon l vUltliiK Tho secretnry Inspects Pearl Harfrimla. bor nnd tho fortifications at Honolulu and Is duo to arrlvo at Yokohama July 16. and will bo In Japan until Mm. W. II. Ilrock loft Krldny for July 20. going overland to Nagasaki, , to visit rolntlvwi 8hf Mnrtln. whtre they will sail for Manila. ban Ihii tho miwt of her dniiKhtt-r- . Tho party Is scheduled to loavo MaMre. J. T. Thomaji. for nila on September C. returning via vernl daya Hongkong. Peking nnd tho rnllroad to Moscow, thonce to Warsaw and through to Franco, tnklng tho steamer at Cherbourg about October 8 or 10. Thoy will araway at tho back, and a strip of mauve rive In Now York about October 15. silk la utitd to Una tho laco. Tho bcdlco haa a round yoke of allk He sure to visit tho oponlng dislined lace to which tho material la arranged In either tucks or amall folds. play of Christmas Goods nt Ellison A band of lace trims the bodice abovo Ilrod. noxt Monday. which la of mnuvo ttlk. the wtifat-band- , Lace bknda finish tho alooves at tho Gngo Hnlo, of Union City, who elbow. purclinsed tho Stahr farm of Hat of whlto TagaJ trimmed with largo popples and black cars of 300 uoreM from S. L. Dodds, hat) rentwheat ed tho brick house In tho Henry AdMaterials required: Sovcn yards dition from Julian Chonto, nnd will voile 42 Inchoa wldo, threo and one-hamovo his family to UiIb city at onco. yards Insertion, one-ha-lf yard Courier Office. plooo laco, ono and one-hal-f yard Wo nro glad to welcoiuo Mr. Halo See nnd family to tho best town on thtv mauvo nllk. map. Tho clocho ahnpo cornea frequently In black satin, with tho trimming of a Noxt Monday is tho tiny for tho wide crush band nnd a flattened bow opening display of Holiday Goods nt of satin. Vndcrnenth tho brim is a Ellison llroa. frill of whlto Inco o T-n- n Trans-Siberian Arthur Shaw was horo from State Josh Adams, of Union City, was I J no Saturday. here Friday on business. N. K. Neighbors was on the sick Ilobort DcDow spent Sunday with list several days last week. homo folks near Union City. II. L. Ainberg spout Thanksgiving Tcrroll Sullivan roturned Friday from a visit to relatives In. Mayfiold. lug Nashville with friends. gMMlrUQi OCE HARRIS Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src. Jit samples. Ira Green is vlsltlug relatives iu Mrs. J. M. Iluulcnl has returned from a visit to rulaUves in Dyer, Shelbyvillc, Tonn., and Nashville. Tunn. A. E. DeBow returned' to Louisville Miss ErUno Heed has returned to Sunday night after spending ThanksFulton after a visit to Miss Maymo giving with homo folks. Nay lor. Geo. L. White was over from Un W. J. Calhoun, of Trczavant, was lou City on business Saturday. Ho hero several days last week with W. was tho guest of M. A. McDanlel. A. Carpenter. Orion Ent and family, of IndianapDr. P. Ii. Curlln has purchased n olis, who have been, visiting Mrs. G Hupmobllo runabout from local agents L. Carpenter, returned to their homo Saturday. Hubbard & Kennedy. It. E. Dodson, of Hallwcll, and J Frank Smith returned Sunday from Nashville where ho spent Thanksgiv- 11. Jones, of Wingo, were called to ing, and a visit to friends at Leban- Hickman Friday to attend the bedon, Tonu., whoro ho attended school. side of Mrs. Lucy Watson, who is dangerously 111 of pneumonia. By mistoko last week tho Courier Mr. and Mrs. Hofloy and daughter, suited that Uio Farmers' Institute was to bo hold Monday. It should Mrs. Martha Urynnd, and Miss Min-nland Herbert Darksdale, of Union hnvo been Friday and Saturday of this week. Seo program clsowhoro City, attended tho funoral of Mrs. Allco Caldwoll last Wednesday. in UiU lssuo. o lf THIS big store carries 1 stocks for furnishing the home from garret to basement in a complete and 11 1.1. up-t- o date manner, oloir'f ov-v.- u 0 f. kvicfmoo !1 can special cuienuuii cil una tunc l.iu aiuuco appiupnaiv. iu Iviiiiouiiuo Dili We aesire and we shall be glad to deliver goods on the day you suggest. 10 .! .Cv- f-v- v I .it mt- rrc iviu5o. - fnpm aorlir uiv.ui lv a sg 5 TWO DOZEN SUGGESTIONS FOR SENSIBLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS Sideboards Library Tables Chiffoniers Dining Tables Acme Safes Center Tables Morris Rockers Writing Desks OUR Iron Beds Rocking Chairs Parlor Suite Clock Shelfs MOTTO-Qui- ck Brass Beds Folding Beds Framed Pictures Kitchen Cabinets Buffets Handsome Mirrors Clocks of all kinds & Davenports Chifforobes Art Squares Princess Dressers Dressing Tables Sales and Small Profits OPEN EVERY" St, taHBBBMHHBHBHBBSSKSiiJMSBa NIG-H- T Company i m- t Tfirf vrrnvgK ii m!tmm('iMv'i1 ' '",i m LOST 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 cnly supply the needed money but will also be a firm basis for credit and credit to the business man is of more importance than ready money. I llie of YORK J Thousands Disappearances Reported to Police Annually. Esther Maude Mearson's Case Resembles In Many Respects That of Ruth Wheeler Who Was Murdered. Now York. Exhaustive search by tho police in ovory nook and corner of New York failed to reveal the Hickman Grocery Co. Do your trading here and save money ... 3 ONL DOLLAR OPENS Paid on Savings and Time Deposits Hickman Bank V. V. Oldest B.mk in Fulton Co. Ilt?KI, I'nuliler JN. ' I.K. At. 1'imliler Real Estate Bargains. Bobbins May Run, L If Judge J. K Kobbins will consent Below I quote some of tbo best bargains ever offered lu Fulton coun- to nerve tbe iM'oplo of llrnws, Hickty. Ky., and Obion county. Tenn., man ami Fulton counties as State Senator, ho can get the nomination lands: And be elected without any trouble. No. 1. One farm of 105 acres, 9 The democrats of Hickman and Fulmiles from Hickman In Obion county, ton w very niulomt for him to itfate. Tenn. 100 acres cleared, nil level, that he will give the people or Uite clear of trees and stumps, thoroughly Setmotrtal district bis service, hackres- ed up by hie great ability for the tiled; 2 good barns, good idence, and all other necessary Im- good of the people for at least GO provements. Price JC2.D0 per acre. days, tvto Ume In the State Senate. No. 2. One farm of 250 acres abou The Judge may announce In a few 335 cleared, 7 good tenant houses, days whether It will be possible for all enclosed now wire fence. Nearly him to ncceod to the wtetiea of hU all tiled, lot of good merchantable neighlKirs and friends on this Importimber on land not cleared. Price Is tant matter. It Is thought that he $C0 per acre. This place Is 2& miles will do so, because the people have from Hickman In lower bottom. done him many favors and think he them In the upper No. 3. One farm of C2 acres three should (en branch or the Kentucky htalature at miles below Hickman, neat house, about 12 acres cleared and lot least one term Mayfleld Messenger of good timber on uncleared land. Prlco $50 per aero. - No. 4. Ono farm of 170 acres, five Marriage Licenses miles from Hickman on the Dyers-bur- g road about 100 acres cleared, a The following were granted Ucenso bout 50 acres level, balance hill. This is nice improved farm, good house, 2 to marry In Obion county last week: good barns, nice orchard, free delivGeo. McClure and Willie Ilendun ery and telephone. Price $20 por Herman Hnyua and Heiitile Mullins This can be made a fine stock Calvin ItHey and Mary Crow. farm. J. T. Andrews and Irene Shore No. 5. Ono farm of 200 acres, six Harvey Wiseman and Victoria Nel miles from Hickman on Dyersburg son. road, about half cleared, balance in Arthur C. Morris ami Eva Davis timber, good house and barn, good R. N. I.kctaford ami Bthel Rogers orchard; well Improved. Price $20.00 Will Wood and Kthellne Dawson per aero. J. W. Pillow and Vera Humphreys N. A. HoWen and Hattle Coleman I have several other farms listed K. W Jackson and Kate Walker also some West Hickman houses and Orvllle Walker and Kunlre Qayce. lota which is going to bo levied soon. Herbert Harnett and Joule Landis. I also have about 3000 acres of land C. M. Stalling and Ituth Rolten. 3 to 4 miles above Hickman In upper bottom .This land overflows but produces more than any land In Fulton FULTON CIRCUIT COURT. county; several cleared farms. PricB. F. Charahors, plaintiff, vs. M. es $8 to $15 per acre. II. Shuck, defendant. Notice Is hereby given to the credCall on or address me at Hickman, itors in the abovo styled cause thnt Ky. the undorsignel commissioner will B. G. HALE. attend at his office In Fulton. Ky. from tills, tho 23d day of November until tho first day of the January L. It, Doln, a of James term of tho Fulton Circuit Court to E. Stone, clork of the Kentucky recoivo and hear proof of claims said party, and to tnko proof House of Iloprosontatlves, nntt killed any accounts between by tho accidental discharge of a re- of and audit tho parties .bora to, and thnt all pervolver in the hands of J. P. Spence. sona holding claims will file same with mo projxjrly proven, or forovor at Lawton, Okla. bo barred from collecting samo. Given undor my hand, this tho 23d TJio Greek church refused Its burlnl day of November, 1910. J. R. MILNER, Com. rites to him, but tbo memory of Leo Tolstoi will bo roverenced by million yet unborn whom he worked nud sacCanons figures show there will be rificed for conturios after the pomp at least forty-nin- e cities In the coun and ceremony of that organization am try containing a population of more forgotten. thnn 100,000. son-in-la- slightest trace of Kutber Maude Monr-son- , aged sixteen, who mysteriously disappeared after starting out to seek work as n stenographer. The case resembles In many respects that of Ruth Whcolar, who ulso sought employment ns a stenographer and went to tho rooms of Albert Woltur, where she was murdered nnd hor body burned and put Into a sack. It is another of the tunny strange disappearances of a great city's dully Ufa In fact, the parents of Hsther Moar-con- , having In mind tho mid Into of Ruth when their own daughter went In search of employment, cautioned her against going to prlvnto residence for work or answering post card requests for help as did Ruth Wheeler, Esther, an unusually attractive girl, well proportioned nnd large for her nge, was also warned to be careful of her conduct while In Uio presence of strange men. It was Lyon Mearson, brother of tho mlsvlng girl, who first notified the police of ber dlsnpponrnnco. Lyon, a graduate of the New York law school, is employed In the ofllco of n large law firm. Joseph Mearson, tho girl's father, Is a retired Jewelry and dry goods salesman. There are soven children In the family. They live at 107 Kast One Hundred nnd Twenty-thir- on your Groceries Meats, etc. c .' OTTAGE Y. COMMISSIONER'S 8ALE. Fulton Circuit Court, Ky. U A. Donnell, ICt Al, plaintiff, Mrs. ICmma Donnoll, defendnud Equity. Uy virtue of n Judgment nnd Order MRS. I. D. PRICE of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court, X Owner nnd Mnnnuor n ilw Hiititnlir Term there. of, 1010, in the nlKvo cnuno. for the with Interest at uie rnto mil of X per cent per annum, from the 0f Regular meals will be served 191 until paid, nnd tho day of costs herein, I shall proceed to offer Special weekly rates. Her X for sale iittheCourtlloimedoorlnlllck-man- . old patrons and friends are Ky.. to the highest bidder, nt cordially invited to again I'UIII.IC AUCTION, on the 13th day of lV'ooinlior, 1010. at 2:00 o'clock p. make this their headquarters (bolng County m . or thorvnbout day), upon a credit of Six Months, tho following .described property tn- ... mm j.. mo wu: n.i. OOJH unw !.- - ui .1... Mtlf is ncivisauic. uiw unii . Qr. of Sec. 20. T. 1. R. 6. W; nlso.l f oi lota Nos. 2 is and 30 except sixtyassure you in advance (60) feet off of tho north end od I Ulir 101 fl Stock IS loo both lots; said lots are ilMtaimliPt ump of Weel lllckmatrf on plan or Ky.; nfcwi lot No. 271. an Uis Win ht known and deetiimied on plan itiim i if Wmmt lllrkinaii. ICv. Or WlfftcleHt thereof to produce ll siitttM or money ho oruemi ui rie. t mail. For the purchase UHrrhaaar. with riiwov1 awiirny . Mmtt execute IVnil. be lt from the day InuI Inter saie until paM. and having the fn Wild ami effect of a JmlrimeHt. will be prepared to comply proaip with Ikes irrtua Com R. J. It. - Price House 1.00 mil-iiun- t Ioi' Xy n"i nt tit reMi-ttira- OVELT1ES We MII-NH- propriate, sensible, HOTEL? Mnfli MrAlltl PHI. J. COOK, Prop. BEST n.rvo and brain The menl for men and women, prtxiuci trenih and vltnllty. builds up VI i vigoi yMvm nud rauows the r'or sale by Hickman Drug uo., or 15 mall, 1 per box, 6 loxcs lor &. mH-ma- ,r.t .rUfe! SQVC yOU $1 a Day House -I- t X for good grooitrle and prempt viae, phfltM Home SS. i TTiOnic: N- street Western Kentucky Esther loft school two years ngi; and became a pupil In the Hebrew Technical Institute, whore she took a special course. Upon leaving the In Ubjgcit line of stores In IllcVma prices rnngo from 3 to 125, l j Tll IV id Office rMtmrtMrMt hur ma III an ef holltlajr rta-r- t s. wood and coal, at the 81 rhe "imh io nlshlng Co. Wo can aava you fro::i with a warning on partcMi 26 to &0 per cent If you buy hern. 1'H Uwn befnre ChrmtHMMi.'' dv' Special Offer Wc expect to put out n greater number of farm wngotis around close to home this year than ever before, and in ordc" o do this wc arc making the special prices below. BOTTOM I 5 250 acres FARM For SsU. INTEREST stltuto she took np the study of stenography at ber homo and before long became proficient In It While It is not necessary for her to seek employment, tho girl did not wlnh to be Idlo. Mrs. Mearson was tbo only member of tho family to talk with Rather Monday morning, wbon the girl was preparing to continue hor quest of a position. The girl was more confi dent than ever sho would find .1 placo where tbcro would be a chance of ad vancoment Sho told hor mother that was tho kind of a position sho was trying for. "I will bo home as soon as I can, mother," said Esther, as sho kissed her paront goodby. "I will bo glnd if I And Die place I am looking for I nocd something to occupy my mind." A woman describing herself as Mrs. J. F. Konnedy wont to seo Mrs. Mearson and told hor that sho wao pretty sure that she had seen Ksthor on Third nvenuu near One Hundred nnd Twenty-Fifth street Mrs. Kennedy said man In tho she saw a middlo-agoneighborhood of fifty, say, accost tho girl, calling hor "miss." Tho girl. Mrs. Kennedy says, stopped and tho two wero still talking when Mrs. Kennedy went on nbout her own affairs. Thousands of such cases cotno to tho notico of the Gotham police every year. Some of tho disappearing porsons return nftor thoy have beon away n short time and tho public boars nothing moro of them. Others never nro found and go down In the annals of the pollco department as unoxplalned mysteries. o d 2 3x0 3,l4' Thimble Skein Wagon, with bed, nt " $50.00 52.00 55.00 ." Can furnish any height, wheal preferred, the regular height, 42x52 inch, or the low 40x44 inch or special 37x40 inch. In the low wheel we specially recommend the 40x44 height, as they arc well proportioned, very strong and durable. Upon investigation you will find these prices from $8 to $12 under most all other makes, and at the same time wc propose to give you a s light running wagon, made of bone-drmaterial throughout. first-clasy WE GUARANTEE EVERY WAGON right along side any other make for strength, light running, etc. Remember that while wc are making extremely low prices, we propose to give you just as good a wagon as the other fellow is now charging you nt least ten dollars more for. L Dodds, the proprietor, having his own timber and mills, is in position to build wagons for much less than those who arc compelled to go on the open market for their supply of material. Being a large planter, Mr. Dodds uses a great number of wagons, and is in position to know just what style wagon suits the farmer best nnd is now hnving wheels made with cxtrn thick tires, deeper felloes, larger hubs nnd all other parts ironed in proportion. Mr. S. LONG TIME fine cotton land, 3 miles west of Hickman. 7 houses, good fences, 3 good wells, curbed with brick, 1 good cistern, good hay shed and fine field of alfalfa cut four crops first year. Land adjoining selling for $75 to $100 TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER Fires French Cook. Iondon. Tho new quoon Is so thor oughly Hrltlsh In her culinary tastes thnt sho Is reported to hnvo dismissed Rdwnrd's Fronch chof, M. KlnK Monngor, who for years hnH beon tho monarch of tho royal kitchen. Queen Mnry Is said to have decided to cm- ploy only Ilrltlsh labor whun posHlblo. Paint Makes Cows Ugly. Washington, I'a. A diet of pnint wns fatal to three registered Jorsey cows bolonglng to Scenery hill farm-ernnd a fourth Is expected to die. A can of paint was thrown Into tho pnsturo which, niter they ato It, caused them to run nbout tho field and try to Itoro each other. Don't put off doing your Christmas too long and wait until ev erything Is picked over. If you want good goods for llltlo money patronl.o those who advertise In tho Courier. Hhopplng Our foreman, Mr. Hcrlwcck, and nlso our business manager, Mr. Baltzcr, has been raised up in the wagon business, hnving been connected with this plant practically all their lives, and both arc thoroughly familiar with the important points of wagon manufacture, nnd nrc using their every effort to put out n strictly s wagon thnt will best suit the fnrmcr. first-clas- As a special inducement we will allow $5.00 for this advertisement when cut from this paper nnd presented nt our office, nnd accompanied by cash order for wagon during the month of December. 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 pome in and sec us. Wc have n good stock of nil size wagons on hand and will appreciate your business. Respectfully, a per acre. W. A. DODDS HICKMAN WAGON CO. INCORPORATED E1ZZ2