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The Hickman courier: September 21, 1911 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 hic1911092101_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: September 21, 1911 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. HHffwHPHiHij,iiuii.i 1hiiwii -y- r-f H.l-y- i Jlt'lim'HmWH'i1 im swiMSW ' 111 iiwwiww itwwifWiipwwpiPP $ In , per Year Advance . . OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY l This Paper Always Stops when your tlmo I out. We ilonf In forcing h on anyone, (you do not wnnt n ropy, to in Inn nubncrlp-tlo- n keep the paid up, A notice of explrn-tloIn niton here lfiUaynnliend with n , ii w .c, I turns to ,if imly Mirely It I, n Mil ,,iv , hkii. ir "l I" r ii mnii i rlHMiKll !..ir i" i,iiiI n.ni.iiiit tin n Tl . i lliMI itn iiiiniynml j THE HieKMAN COURIER. Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, local News 1911 Number 14 A Blue Mark WANTS COMMISSION TO FIX PRICES fei HRLMJ flHb YE11ERK ?? ri 11 llio "White Slavery" case wn. wan brought lo light by tho Cairo muni' time ago in which Mnble Slovens, of Thirteenth street, was tho ulleged trafficker, In being ln Hill til hy I lie federal grand Jury nt Danville. Hubble Malpass, the young Klrl, of Union City, who was tukon hy IIih Stevens woman from her homo lo Cairo anil plaril on Thirteenth not appear when sumnot any of Hi? girl's relatives have nB yit In tho wise. Tho girl and hur relative have moved frmn Union City to llockhlll, H. C. II Ih not known whether the Stevens woman Ih In town or not Him wan given a hearing hero and placed under bond In tho sum of $ 1. 001). Cairo Cltlxun. sireot, moned. Old nnn if wmk : MhIW Tv Ir - "Jiff-"- , I --rlli 57 ' i h, fin&m m m sm. It Ih wild thai We- - Z. xWlw The Fuel Supply Needs Attention Only Three Times Each Day The makers of Cole's Hot Blast Heat cr nuarantee this stove to hold fire with soft coal 36 hours without attention. Your old stove and imitation stoves leak air becaure they have putty joints. end waste fuel because they are not air-tigh- "Hilly .Sunday, In Mild tint haxidiall uvan-K'll- l, tJD3S9PBPW5WJtIR yU lo havn cloaiii'd up 170,000 yoar hAvIiik bouIh," say the St. Jowpli OhsorviT. Tho church IMMIIlIt llllll III till lllllllllllL'L'oll nil VI. ill an otliem. Tho kooi) pastor will la bur faithfully In IiIh for J ear lo t tho liPiirvoHt rtmdy, half- i.irvltiK uhlb ho Inborn, and Homo J iiinl j ovuiigHUt will rmiiu alone, the pwiplo and hold up ih' pop1t and the paxtor llko and thy will hay him richly fur llio nhtiM . Tlicrt I a snekor Ih in inlnulo. at t, vliu-yar- Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater by means of the patented Hot Blast Draft and other patented features which make it tight, doing away with the use of stove putty requires less attention than any other heater made. AH fuel Soft Coal, Hard Coal, Lignite, Wood or Corn Cob3 contains a large of the heating power (carbon) in soft coal is gas. This amount of gas. Fully one-hais the part of the fuel this wonderful heater saves, by burning it with the Top Hot Blast Draft. This makes Cole's Hot Blast Heater the moit satisfactory, the moat economical, the most convenient heater you can buy. Imitations and other styles of stoves f of the coal to pass up the chimney with the smoke, unburned. allow this Thousands of these stoves arc in use and the sale continues to increase year after year. This heater will give you more comfort than you ever thought possible by using any kind of n stove which uses soft coal for fuel. Right ncnu is the tinu to decide and select the size you should have. Come in and see complete line of My! 3 and bizes. lf pick-Isuk'l- r-r- , gas-hal- (harlca Kilmond Domn, aged 22 w .irH, u you nit man or near I.yuiiVlllo, w.ik uiJuiIkmI of lliiKoiind mind Wed iiwday In county court and ordored louriiifd in tho statu limtltulo at Ho has Ixtin nn oxuobhIvo iiKarfUc miiokor and to this and tho urn- - or Intoxicants Is attributed tho A'toMwr (enral Oeorgo W Wickorshom ooma to bare taken tho wind Wee 512.00 ' ' the mill of tho radicals by hi rooout i pooch In Duluth. He sujcRnatml ruin of IiIh mental farulllos. May. and Upwards "in rMlmuy of ImvliiR n national commlwilon to rcguUto the prlco of all flld Moi;igir. According to plan thai frw If nuy of our BOt advanced tAtxmon hava kotus nrtlcMk to rvommerid ti far Slxe rvi Pnhh Vullow roinnb-vliit- i and dl- nmi flKiirliifi blfinlnli. k mi the fare or bo dy can In; fcolii'ii rid of by doctoring MARRIAGE LICENSES tho llvtr. which U torpid. HISHIIINK Granted In Obion County, In a powerful llvor corrcutnut. It Since Our Last Issue. purifies tho )hIoiii, stimulates tho vlial oritaiiH and puts tho body In Ray Oreen and Nina Hausman. fin.li;orou8 condition, l'rlco HOc John Douglas and Ilouslo Douglas. by lllckuiuii Drug Co. Sold Hob Forester and !dla Hell Clark. ISsther Itogers ami Janlo Stuart. Certain pamirs complain that every Orovor C. Thomas and Mlijhaol tlmo Oov. Wilson bits a Kolf ball It Hunter. rout tho Statu or Kentucky thirty dol Levi Ross and Clara Wylle. By E. lars. I'rotty steep, but a t that It A. Fleming and Oeorgla llurnett. lit- Change of Life is the most critical period of a doHnn'1 coHt tho stato as dearly when Merrelt .Senior and Mwgle Dunbar. "itu's existence, and neglect of health at this time he plays golf as when ho attempts lo Ceorge Taylor and Uiii Howdoii. play (Sovernor. Todd (Vanity Times i uii s disease. W. U. llensbaw and Hosslo l.ogau. C. C. Meacham and Sarah Virginia should remember that there is no or everywhere Mannls. JHOO KKWAHI) for ooo largo sorrel ctl.ir rinvtly known to medicine that will so .successfully I'iillls Watklns and Maltlo Roads. through this trying periixl as Lydia h. liorso, white hind foot, saddle and bri- lien Card and ISdna Cavutt. i trr on. The animal lost his rldor Pi' klnms Vegetable Compound, made trom native roots dle M It. Caldwell and Uila McCoy. trjlug to follow n drove of horses to d herbs. I ere is proof: (too. Pralhor and Clara Orawford. shod. Oct your shop "J Xutlck, Must., "I riiiinot express whnt I .(Iray'a blades to bo for 2f.c. J. H. Cunningham and I.llllc Redground mower wont tliroucli (luring tho I'Iiiiiiko 01 i.iio noioro man. IiVillu IS. IMiiklmin'M Vo;o(4tliIo fom- J M. lSdwards and Heulah (larlaud. lMiinifl. I was in Midi a iioriiH ciimlltloii 1 In long past ages It was customV null' woro o "?s roulil not Uoop hflll. .'Iami "iilil not nlooj 1 ary for a hldal couplu to dink diluthail rri'oiy DO YOU WANT A FARM? ed honey until the moon under which iiIkIiIm. I was dually told by two pliy.sleliiii I hoy woro married had filled out. Our If so make your wants known to that I had a tumor. In supposed to us, we are in a position to sell you "I plirane "honoy-moon- " ' day of tho womlorful euros maiio hv I.vdiu IS. P iiKlmmM Vi'Kotaino compoumi bo an echo of this custom. any kind of farm you want, nothing and ilocldod to try It, and It has niado mun woll priced wrong in thu lot, every one v , mi 'J woman. ."! noljjhhors ami rriomis uotiaro it ninn wlthlh tho range of reason, All well hits i mlniKln for mo. Lvillll IS. PIllKllIllll'.S CL'l'lUlllO V. 11 . So well purchased and has located and sanely improved. Show Compound Its wolht in Kold for womon lurlnu' this worth moved to thu homo formerly owned or farms at any price, we norioil of lifo. If It illl liflu othors you may puhlMi this by It. Y. McCoiiell, near Jordan, the us a lino lotlor." illrs. Nathan It. Crouton, 51 No..MuliiHUNatIoMInM. don't care where they are, or how latter having lately moved to Union good you may call them, that are City. .1. Hoard has purchased and ANOTIIISU SniIIAK CASIS. hotter tliuu we offer In this fall's moved to the Howell place. Coruwallvlllo. X. Y. "I hino hoon taldnp list and we will qull tho business. m-- ?(v lodla IS. Piukhnm's ootahlo Coiupoiiud for ISveryouo of our farms has the best somo tlmo for Chnuco of Mfo, nortoiisiiohs, ami Tho nuptials or Mr. Clarence l.atl country on KARTII to back thorn up, Cjt a llhroiil LTOWtll. n mer and Miss Carrlo Walker have and you will agree with us ir jou "Two dootors ndvlsod mo to tro to tho More bei n announced lo take place at the (ome and see for yourself. hospital, hut one day whllo I was away lsltln homo or Mr. and Mrs. 1). N. Walker, than 100 fine farms to select from I mot a woman who told mo to talo r 9KV I Jr. fl nt Union City, on tho morning of now, ranging Troiii tt to C2.1 acres. Piiikhain'H Vocolahlo Compound. I did so and I I am vor.v mmhTAVsva It. holnoil mo womlorfulh. know Tuesday, Sept. 20. All loeuted within 10 miles of Fulton, vcr i tliniil.fnl tint! I wns told- to tr.V l)dlii IS. Ky. We are pioparcd to sell you Houcliton, Compound." Mrs. Win. Plrikham's out. We have enough bargains to Thirty inembos of Congoss decline CornwalUIIIo, X. Y Croono Co. sell you lu. We can list your propThe makers of Lydia 12. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-poun- d to tell anyone how old llioy are, ami erly nt any time, guaranteeing you more than Hint number of our secrehave thousands of such letters as those above a satisfactory deal. For further In tive statesmen would not, for any been obtained they tell the truth, else they could not have formation concerning our list either consideration toll Just how they got it has call nt our office or write for our for love or money. This medicine is no stranger there. free descriptive catalogue. stood the test for years. &. WARFORD SAWYER For HO ypjirs Lydla IS. Plnklinm'H Vejrclnlilo Mrs. (leorge I.iwson, of nrlght Real Estate S. Investment Co. Compound lias hocn tho standard rcmody for Shade, Clay county gave birth to 4 Phones: Cum. No. 3; Rural No. 3G1. fotnalo ills. No sick woman does justice U children, two girls and two boys. Two horsolf who will not try this famous Medicine. Office Lake Street, Fulton, Ky. Alndn exelusivoly from root and horbs, unci iindruplo3 were fully developed, but has thousands of euros to its credit. two of the Infants died. Invltos all MB'n,rs' Plnltliam for advice.sick women Tho meloncholy days aro come, She has to write her Tho saddest of tho year; KUidod thousands to health froo or charge. Thousands have been drowned ml Tho vi3al7Thm?Xm Address Ulrs. IMukhaui. Lvmi. Mass. hasn't left lis starved to death on account or (he here. And the persons are dying each day from There's eomo class to Ilettorswortli Hatter In Helglum Is selling at $1X0 Illustrated Songs Motion Pictures per iiound Almost as high as pota & PraUier's 2Dc Granger coffee. Ilftvo flood lu China. It la said that 200 Lyric Saturday NUjbL atarvatlou. yon tried ItT toes In Hickman. Hickman Hardware Co. INCORPORATED Bums Any Kind rf Fuel Firo Kever Out wtimll'SfandM' n f Practical Fashions A DRESSY Progressive Citizens. In fact everyone theso days, seeks to Bavo time and tho telephone U tho greatest tlmesavcr that has ever been Invented. It U Instantaneous. You can send and recelvo your message at tho same tlmo. It brings dis tant cltlea and towns within your reach almost Instantly. It connects you locally with everyone of prominence. If you have not a telephonu of tho Cumberland Telcphono & Telegraph Company, call our manager Immediately for rates and Information. It you use tho Bell service you aro lu the center of the entire Bell system, connecting with over flvo million telephones and every Imporatnt city and town In tho United States. Cumberland Telephone &. Tslegrapl Company, Incorporated. a4 Meeting 14-2- SHIRT WAI3T. - Lydia - Pinkham's Vegetable Compound in trkl nights or Fulton Lodge, 1. No. S.:, I. O. O. F. Thursday Sept. Dec. Oct. 12- - 20; Nov. imMVmix mm 'W rad r-- Bm - - y.fm Vot-otah- lo 4078 Adding a touch of fancy to a plain shirt waist wo have a very pretty model, shown In tho accompanying Illustration. Tho waist Is built on tho woll liked Olbson lines, with the deep tuck extending out over tho shouldor, Bhort In front ond full length In tho back. Tho closing of tho waUt Is In tho back. In front thoro Is n small pointed yoko at tho nock, edged on onch side by small rovers. Below thin thoro is n panel, formed by two outward turning tucks. Tho slouvos havo n small enp at tho top and a deep cuff ut tho wrist with a puffed soctlon between them. This waist may bo developed In any soft silk, such as or pongco and equally woll In glnglmm, madras, chollls, etc. Tho pattern (4078) Is cut In slics Me32 to 42 Inches bust mcasuro. yards of 37 dium Blto requires 2 Inch material. mos-alin- Tho sugar market has reached tho highest level since July, 1S9'J, on reports or a serious shortage lu tho new crop. Mrs. C. A. Waters Is visiting in I'aducah "Silver Tlate Those who tck infec tion in tiheware In- .variably choose folks. spoons and fancy cervine pieces stamped with the renowned traJe mailc that Wears'' To procure to "Pattern write name nure lo ctve NO. thU pattern ond 10 rnntn Department," of this paper. ana Hil.lrtxw plainly, and lis alio and nuniber of pattern. BIZE "1847 ROGERS BROS.S 4678 NAMIC.iit Tu V i BTnBBT AND NO STATE In quality and beauty of deign, this v silver is unsurpassed. Its renal durability lias C won it the popular liiln "Silrer tlale I that Wears. fiold liy lcmllnir lF dealer ercry-ttlie- rr. Nrndfor culaloKiie OI." ilclKin. showing " Ico-ma- u Canl-man'- s UtRKXN In a few days direct Our stock of Cut Class will arrive from the fac tory. Hickman Hdw. Co. A VKIIAIUWAbli. (ItUf B.lluual Hf.l PtMV..Of 1 i., UtRIMH. CONN. Jii,Hiiri'ii, . IV ..-!")- " THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covert Weittm Ktntatkt Ulu Iht "Pro" PROPITIOUS OPENING. Public Schools Open Monday With Good Attendance. Our public schools opened Monday with every promise of being the best attended and most successful school year In their history. The total at tendance for Uio first day was about CD0, and many othors will fall In line before the end of the month. Of this number, COO pupils lire enrolled nt the college building and 1T.0 at the new Tyler school in West Hickman. brick building A handsome place this year of the little takes the e frame structure used for that In 1!10. This beautiful $4,000 model school building did not cost our tax pn)er8 a cent, but Is the gift of that prince of good fellows Gen. Henry A. Tjlor to our people nnd to the little ones of our district. .Mr. Tyler's generosity Is unbounded when It comes to helping his fellow man, and words nre Inadequate to express our appreciation ns n citizen of Hick man for this magnificent building. It olve8 happily the problem which the school board faced as regards the lack of room for the continually In creasing attendance, and should bo a source of Joy both to parents and lit tle tots, who heretofore, were forced pur-IHW- SPEEB 4 SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Rate $1.00 Subscription per Year FULTON CIRCUIT COURT. September Term In Session. Business Moves Slowly. Judge H. J. Bugg, or Bard well. Is presiding. Commonwealth Attorney, It. Ii. Smith, of Clinton, Is prosecuting state cubes, assisted by County Attorney Houey. The Tyler will case Is being trleu today. The grand Jury has returned IS Indictments at thU term of court. , Yesterday lion, James aud Will Whit-sonfather and two sons, were arretted for shooting at E. J. Die, of and gave bond. Jesse .Moore la In Jail charged with shooting a man by the nnmo of Donaldson In the bottom. Up to this morulng the following business has been transauted: to walk a mllo through cold and rain or miss school. The building Is a model In every respect; Gen. Tyler believed the best was none too good for Hickman. In carrying out his Ideas, he spent several hundred dollars more than he anticipated, hut the extra bills were paid cheerfully, and he, too, derives a pleasure In knowing that It Is the bust that It is n permanent institution nnd that It will bo a source of benefit to mull-kinwhen many of us nre no longwr among tho living. Our lints nro off to Gen. Tiler. May ho live long nnd enjoy life In that proportion to whtoh he contributes to the happiness or others. The teachers this year are: Prof. B. F. Gabby, prlnclji.il. .Miss Inez Miton. Miss Annlo Shnrron. Miss Faustina Wingo. Miss Mattlo DeBow. Miss Mattlo Mao Sony. Miss Mildred ltnmago. Miss Imogene Mooro. Miss Bufie llrticr. Miss Ioulsc At wood. Miss Ute Knrls. Miss Annlo Hallow. Mrs. Avee Journey. Tho last three teach In the Hickman school Special teachers are: Miss Marguerite Fuuun. Instrument al and toenl music. Miss Kfflo Bruer, typwrltlng, shorthand and penmanship. It K. Millet, bookkeeping. u H ,otnl rf ljt0," This teachers; all good ones, and the outlook for a flue school could not bo llutldliig, fixtures and ground Is i er hate been put In good sunpo by the directors. The Carnegie library Is nihil a valuable asset along with t'i't man; other good features of Hlok- la.iu'h public schools. In fact, wo jT-- r r ar good school facilities as can be lit.il In the state. Fi- people have any Idea what nn lucent. ve It Is to both teacher uud scholar tc know that parents and outsider are taking a lively Interest in ihir work. We believe the "little folks" at school appreciate such Interest more perhnps than the larger ohea. Still the erfect In not lost on any of them, and wo Iiojkj every parent will take a hint from this nut pinco the public school on their vUlt-lo- g APPOINTS COMMITTEE. Other County Members Should Do the Same. kI" J. T. Dillon, a member of the Fill ton county campaign committee, has appointed tho following committee for his precinct. Other members or committee should do the same and tnnke n concerted ofrort to net out a big ote ror tho comlug elec lion. J. T. Dillon, Chairman. A. M. Tyler. II. F. Uuinley. G. 1.. Carpenter. W. T. Sudberry. A mighty Interesting meeting Is in progress at the Baptist Church. Spe rial music nnd good Mormons nr trurtliiK large crowds, nnd much interest Is being umnireslid In the Htor. good work Itov. Wlngo. the Invites every one to attend. 0$' NL EYES TESTED FREE BY I. KAOIIAN KilxTt i'ltl'"li" l OlilrHiro.nl i' HICKMAN In OPTICAL GO, nr the Utilizer lluiltlinii .;.,, Kr proirlr IIIIimI unit n llnullnx (. from nt lb prion yen waul tow AlMin Kino Miiatif m Petit Jury. Dock Pewitt. Chas. illnford. Joe Macum. I J. Frenz. F. J. Wiles. Tom Thompson. Ilerry Threlkold. N. h. Klce. A. It. Stone. J II. Graham. D. O. llondurant. W. II. Appersou. now-Wes- t We notice u number of sninll Intra, about the rirst nnd second rwvlrr size, on the streets of Hickman, ink Int. Now . Ing up the cigarette habit spend some the time to ulp this nuisance In The wise merchant will A small barrel stave or n good money lor printer's Ink Just now, Is a possibility or lucreas seasoned hickory, properly nppll-- d while llu-rHi will prove n very helpful remedy his rail aud winter business th-bu- Novelty Jewelry You arc invited to call and sec them. Ellison Bros. Just Received: Fresh Candies Raspberry Snowbrtlls, per pound " Toasted Cherries " Iced Sherbets Iced Ocean Sprays Peppermint Kisses Lemon Drops Duchess Gum Drops " " pi Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Inultatlons, Src. Jit Courier Office. See samples. ! '""' VEGETABLES ! PRODUCE FRUITS J c ii. MOOrtr We II. Shuck. Steve Stahr. Gus Ilrowder. J. II. Jones. C J. Bowers. It. C. Arrlngton. A. F. Inman. A. N. King. .M. 'f Grand Jury. J. II. Plckott. B. S. Elliott. John C. Roper. S. A. Bard. L.. D. Maddox. L. A. Stone. J. B. Chambers. nre authorised Virginia to atlliouuco UUi " " J. W. Ward. a raudldaUi for Superintendent of SciiooU of Fulton Cuunty, nubjrrt to tho action or tho Democratic pArtr Election Nov. 7, 1911. CXPCRT ENGRAVER. Schlenker Making Other Improvements In Store. of ClaeliilMti i" with (' ' Jrwalry a4or, ns rnK'j i. ill- nK.-upon iifci ilMtt- r aim) .'uu-rw- l TI.I.-- J. R, Brown, Foreman. H. IU KUlson. S. M. BInford. T. O. Aflbell. J. W. Patterson, murder. B1U of exceptions filed and appeal granted. Patteraou was sentenced to the penitentiary last tenn and has been serving bis tlnio. Will Jordan, breach of peace. Flu-e- d $10. Annlo Jordan dismissed. John and Fred Evans, gaming. $20 each. Yesterday morning the grand Jury returned an Indictment against Sam Cleaves and Albert Stacy for carnally knowing woman, aud their trial in Chocolates Chocolate Molaskos, per Chips f ' pound. ' " " ; " Wafers Peanut Cluster" Opera Drops " ...Jl. . ..... 10c 10c mmm mJ v " Marshmal's " Caramels Whipped Cream Chocolates, a box " Angelus Marshmallows '. '. . . 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c .i...pi.il w.-t-- k Dm, a poatUen r . Mr la bh wxmrt In hi Mr .!, rwsowiusnil snw an mil' of trw Utml U laShtkT i ' vr 4T I Fresh Cakes and Crackers, Wine Sap Apples, Sweet Potatoes, Concord Grapes Fresh Eggs all the time, Brick Cheese, and lots of other good things. Mr s. hi.okr Is making oiar In kin Horn, sunh a pi.iv irliin s4miw omm, )., HHd I inn l"ri. nil to rail ami I4h oik . ll.nl .mil HMKSt lipllMlntr lo. in WftrrH KoHl4lck. iiii-ni- s l -- ' '' Phones us your orders Both Phones We want all of our customers to have a J. INSURED WITH KENNEDY. set for Friday. W. C. Johnson, Lon Naylor and II. Mlluer were appointed Jury commissioners and they filled the wheel for the coming year. Ed Evans and Will Allen, gaming. Fined $20 each. Barnell Wright, gaming. Fined $20 Pierce Thomas, gaming. Fined $10 by Jury. Wess Flgglns malicious shooting. Continued. Ulysses Scott, murder. Sentenced to penitentiary for life. Scott killed a negro with an axe last year, lie had been boarding with hlu victim and as he was going to leave he vas asked to pay his board bill. lie killed his victim while ho slept. Both weru negroes. Walter Kirk, malicious shooting. Sentenced to penitentiary for from 1 to 5 years. Bert Wnllace, murder. Continued. Civil Cases. Moso Barkett vs. John Wright. Defendant offered to confess Judgment for $10 but plaintiff refund. Joe Ballard vs. John Wright. Same as above. J. W. Hardlson administrator of J. F. Little vs. I. O. Ity. Agreed Judgment of $GH.G3. J. F. & 8. Ii. Dodds Co. vs. N. C. & St. L. and Ti C. Continued. Pryor Seny vs. Western Union Tel. ' Co. Continued. J. W. Itoney vs. Katie Jones. A. D. Hubbard, a Missouri attorney, allowed fee of $100. L. B. Hodges vs. S. W. Gouger. Remley & Mooro allowed foe of $7C. Sarah Jano Iasslter, pauper Idiot, was allowed $7C; also Francos nnd Hurley Bird. C. T. Bondurant vs. Hubbard & Kennedy. Continued, Grocery List It is the most convenient thing in your kitchen you've ever seen. If you didn't get one ask us for yours. Fred I DIDN'T. Davis reluriipd Mrs II T tiioniliiK from Frankfurt. Fnulknrr and Mlsa !" m"' ' lb rry, Uith or Clinton, wurt) ' at Fiiltou Ellison Bros SWAIN Parlmin and wife are l" two weeks' visit wftti ' i.itti r's parents In Mlihtnn. C II from a ' Itegular mtWiwh nt (ha Praal"1 Inn Church Sunday. Win. (1. Ht 'on. Minister. John Hnma was nrreMttd by P"1'' lluikeil, KHturday ror Conn' k or gun piny and fined fit I. Co .lusllee was also fined $11. fin ' breach of the ienco. iiinu i ' k ' SHOW COMING. READY FOR BUSINESS. Wo want to nsk a favor or tho In assisting tltl-zen- s REAL ESTATE Commencing with Monday, Oct. 2, Dr. I. Kaghnn, or Chicago, has the W. I. Swain show will play a one opened his optical parlors nnd Jewelry store in the Baltzcr building, nnd week's engagement in Hickman. The Swain Company will bo remem Is now ready Tor business. The now concern will bo known ns bered as having mndo a weeks stay here during the tenting senson of the Hickman Optical Co. They will make a specially or optical work, but 1010. New plays, new scenery, now peo- will carry an extensive line or novelple uud now equipment have been se- ty Jewelry. Tho line Ih as yet Incomcured by Mr. Swain this season and plete, though new goods are arriving those visiting tho big tent will re- dally. A part or the Unltzer building Is ceive tho same courteous treatment or the Swuln. also occupied by I'ulleii & Murphy, by tho management photngrnphers. This concern has en- Company. largo repertolrlo or Joyed n large Increase In IiusIiiosh To tho already plays have been ndded such well since coming to Hickman, nnd more known successes ns "Tho Cowboy room was necessary. Pictures will and tho Siiaw," "Cold Fields or Ne- bo made nt the now location, but vada," "Why Women Sin." "Foxy they will do their finishing at their thu M. Clay's best novel "Dora old stand. Grandpa" and dramatization or ." Tho big rain proof tent will bo on the lot near tho N. C. & St. L. Ky., nnd no doubt the Swain Company will bo greeted by a goodly number or show-goinpeople or Hickman at tbulr initial performance. Tho Misses Burrow, plnno nnd violin, and MIhh Soulee, vocalist, ut the The hug under the leaf do move a Lyrlc( Tuesday, October 10, Bill. AlThe school shoo problem Ih not al together an easy ono, but Bradley & little and there Is now four candi- so moving pictures In connection with Parham sell tho kind that holps to dates ror shorirr In sight for tho com- thu entertainment. Admission 2C and ing campaign. 3Co. solve it. Showers today; WEATHER: day probably lair. Fri or Hickman nnd Fulton county us to make the Courier better nnd newsier. If you have a visitor from n distance, ir some or your family have gone on n visit. If you know or some one who Is iiilte sick, ir you know of a wedding, If you know or a death, If you know or a birth, If you know of mi accident, or ir you know or anything In the way of news that would be or I uteres to tho public, wo kindly nsk you to plenso telephone It to us and give all tho facts In connection with It that you know; anil If you live In the country nnd have no telephone connection, plenso drop up n postal card or a letter giving the fads In connec tion with any Item or nows. By doing this you will greatly assist us In giving our renders all the news hap penings or tho county. Wo want AIX TUB NKWS. Deeds Recorded with County Clerk During Past Week. Jno. B. Mnhan to Nina Klmhro, l.r. ncros, $1 nnd other considerations. Fred Hiiydiui to Vnl Carpenter, 1156 ncros land on No. 8 Island. I.t50. .lullnn Choato to N. .1. Corum, ex- hange or land nnd money ror hits In Henry Addition. J. J. Collier to W. P. Itodgers, ano acres land In upper bottom, $111X1. Albort Dennis to W. D. Dushnrt, r. ncres land below Mongol r.ictory, $iaft. C. K. Hire to Mrs. II. K. dates, 2 lots In Rico Addition to Fulton. $210. Perry Jnckson to Sim .InckBon, laud $1 and other consideration. Julian Choate to KTl). Johnson, lot In Fast Hickman, fU.OO. Ing pretty steadily for the past ,s hours. It is now 16.G on the Ca"" guage, and will probably reach ftet on the present rise. RIVER: The river has been re Iflckmnu Stenin Ijtundry filed clen of Incorporation this week b ' Incorponitors, Dr. J. M. Hubbard I K. KeniMMly and Oee Harris. Incorporated for JiiOuu, eaah liiror,"1 rntor owning .10 shares. ' The Home Telephone Co. Is "" distributing poll over town prep.' lory to mnklng a lot of lmpr' '' iiients in their linos; nnd nl ' extouiliug lines Into parts of the which it does not rmich nt present ' Last Snturday I put n suii clothes, etc.. In a buggy hllched " ' the Ice plant, that I thought belon; ed to C. A. Wilson. Will the I"1 pleaso return to C. A. Wilson leave samo at tho Courier of fit''" J. II. Hogg. ' ' iTi siriu i TrijMwimiinir m&mmM i' - Mens Trousers All Sizes and Patterns "MMHB i RM 3.5. HERe mm THERE - j. S 7yrlo Saturday Night Lyric Tuesday Oct. 10. I'hoiie 38 for grooeriea. Cooler weather, thank you. Saturday nljcht at tho Lyric. Chan. Hockhnm Fall Fashions in.... day. waa In town Tueu- - Most Striking Variety There are many reasons why you should visit our store to do your Fall shopping, and none more definitely important than the fact that we are showing the most complete and newest styles of Fall goods in Hickman. Wonderful values in fashionable Capt. Doxter has purchased a All tho loading magazine French's. the Tailor. IIup-uiohll- o. at Fothe & Schmidt, Imitation.. Deware of Do-re- S2.00 to S6OO Every Pair Worth the Price. Mlaa Lucy Dogg was hero rrom Monday. Hickman Courier and al $1.25. Commercial-Apt.- , ...Bradley & Parham... nen sHownn. In Honor of Mm Mabel Wilton Who Marries Next Month. Hand painted Hardware Co. China. Hickman to Clifford 'Sullivan returned Tuesday. up. ton rctlc Phono Coal, all grades, rrom 2.00 18G. COAT SUITS We are offering special values in coat suits in all the new styles and materials, ranging in price from 8.50 to 25.00 Practical Fashions A T Salmon returned from Morgan Point. Ark., Monday. O V. II. Ambers apont several days this week In Nashville. niertalncd at Shower, TiiMHtuy afranoon, rwildeiu of her HlMtar, Mr. Helm, In honor of Mtn Mubttl WllOfKl HKirrlHMl 1. tl) J. IUM line, of NlullVlllf, In H0OI1 U i'l(ue. 4 1 lUttii- - IMUiw THIRTY TWO INCH COAT. 11 For a neat Job or undertaking Hickman Furniture Co. Smart Fall Millinery now on dis play nt Smith & Ainberg'u. New Fall Dress Goods and Trimmings a ' . '!! Interest wn iMiitreld In lit by tliH fimhtonubly l, who Tli. col lit lufKM uumb.ni. me, which porvudud ih. parlor vtuN white, Krtwu and olluw .in., lo lm iimkI 111 Ih. wedding Ii . ter, for anything Hickman Furniture Co., headquar In furniture. Ixiiils Kllpatrlck returned to Me:n-phl- latter part of last week. (' II ami wnil. a beautiful uf tolor and fitting background many juuthful fuotM irHfiit. a Wilson iih uamlMjin.!)' ntllr-modem vrvaitou of wbrtorlo ml 'i. oer pink stlk, wltli hut lo corrwipond. I". T. IUihII. b.r tt.r, wor ity town of unit, material with uud uvail buud trimmings. iMoiut 11 br a Waiting relative Travis and son, Charles, aro in Nashville. Wc are showing a most complete and appealing line of dress goods for Fall, the newest material in Woolens, Velvets, Corduroys, Silks, etc. Our line of Dress Trimmings consists of the very latest styles. We show a complete line of Braids Guimps, Beaded Ornaments, Loops, Silk Fringes and Silk Ball Fringes. Dahnke'a Crwun Dread received daily at Mathcny Oroa. & Plant. Wediiomlny, Free ferry to Hay den's sale next leaving hero at 8 a. in. New Fall Millinery No previous season have we enjoyed such a large millinery business at this period of the year. No store in Hickman is offering you millinery of equal style that will compare in Iowness in price. Two-Tone- d II. C. Barrett, funsrai director and embalm cr, with St Loula Furnithleg Co. You will ave money by paying your state county and school taxes now. WtlMiit woro u ImjOoujIiiu cos- of oiiiu uuw thai., and the iiiiiiU, Missus Buttto IX-llo- l'mlhtr and Ghnrlutto Hub- ..iv Uuty kowiui of wlilln inwi, .Uiiid with colors lu silk and fcuHd U) tlmlr nwpvcthe typo Li t. au y .. Uiu.'M II. 1.. Amburg uud Helm . i uiu guest uud woro organ- j u i.Jiir silk. MlMt Marguerite I , j, kn. mded ut tho ovurrufrashlng uowl uud wor pal liluo Uk. t i nil uud ormiuieiilul iirUclu. y ueedluwork was uliuwerud I ii bride uluul uji fcho occupied a of honor Uttiitintti uu urtUKl- diUI'lKd unibrollu, which hold .lu Aflor duly Inspecting cadi th vilest yeti luvtlfU Into Hi. dully iipjH)lntwd dining room and d bruk croum of grwu and .l- witli whllo caku. h r fuiiitloiut uro to follow In j Wilson's honor, boloro tliu o-Oct. 3rd. .ii ilnli1 I , 1 1 - Although tho vrry short Jncketn nr. worn by tho raajurlty thrro itro nlways tunny w onion who prefer not to adopt any eitrfine stylo and thonu will profit n font of llin Irnxth of tho model lltuatrati'd hcrowlth Thin eiotndi well tho curro of the lilpn. Th fronti are plain, cut away a llttln at tho bottom and finished nt the top with rorora, which join a flat, atrnlKht collar. Tho (violation plrcra lit Urn back and thn aldo Rurcn nro exleod' d In broad ploclnps, which may ! und or nmlttol aa tho other kom nro complete undernohth thorn. Thn aliMiret are amall and flnlihed with a ruff HerK". chorlot, aatln. pongee and Itnon aro nutablo material for thin Tho pattern (496?) la cut In 32 to 42 liichca buit meaauro. dium alio require SK yards of Inch material. Mrs. vIhUIiik K. 0, Russell and children aro her husband, the Loo Lino Felt Hats for street wear we are showing complete assortment for both ladies and misses. Ready-to-Wear agent. Ing Turnip soud In bulk for rail sow- Just received. Boti era worth & Prnther. "ELZEE" Tailored and Pattern Hats will arrive today per express. Itov. SIberoll loft thU week to at tend n nilsalouary convention In Frankfort. We will show a larger line of these well-known hats than ever before, ranging in price from Lyric Tuesday Oct. 10 Tho Misses llurrow Tennenaeo Artists and Ku tertnlnurH. MIkh $3.50 to $15.00 These will be put on display as soon as they arrive, as we will not have any special opening day this Fall. We invite you to call at once and inspect our line. coat Carrie May Held Is nble to three weeks' Illness of niton malarial fever. Mebe up uflur a C4 Tako n free ride on Hlnshaw's ferry boat to Island No. 8 next Wednes To procure this pattern nl 10 conts day. Iloat leaves 8 a. 111. to "rttrn Department." of this papor. Writ nam and address plnlnly, and l MIhs Adello Allen left thin work sura lo Ktvs site and iiumlxr of psttcru. for I, I ml wood, Mo., where she has a IMisltlon us teacher lu St. Charles BALTZER & DODDS D. Q. CO. INCORPORATED SURPRISE WEDDING. Ruth Walker andChester Barnes Married In Union City. One or the biggest surprises in tho matrimonial line to occur among Hlrkuian'n social set lu a long time occurred Inst night when Miss Huth Wulkor and Chester Barnes eloped to Union City and woro married at 10:30 by Ilov. W. C. Sellers, or tho First Methodist Church, at his home. Tho couple loft hero laHt night n- bout 9 o'clock, carried by A. G. Kim-br- o In his touring car. accompanied by tho groom's sister, Miss Cecil llarues. Their plans wero carried out with such dexterity that no one sus pected anything until word came back announcing their marriage. The bride Is tho only daughter of Col. C. L. Walker and wife, and a charming, refined young lady possessing u largo circle of friends. Besides her many other lnestlmnble qualities, Huth is a talented musician and ono of the social favorites of tho younger set. Mr. Hames is tho eldest son or Mr, and .Mrs. Alex. Barnes. Few young men or our acquaintance are held In higher esteem by all who know him than Chester. Ho Is a young man or excellent habits, Industrious and has tho ability to make good In anything ho undertakes. Tho Courier Joins tho many Mends of Mr. nnd 'Mrs. Barnes In wishing them a long nnd happy llfo, with the cup or matrimonial Joys rilled to overflowing. School shoes at Bradley & Neighbors wns horo from Crnlg's Uuidlug a few days this week Ho will move, his family to that lmlnt Our Block of Cut UI.18S will arrlvo In a short time. In a fuw days direct from tliu 'Jit I. 1'lillllppy, wlfo nnd fton, of Phono 18S and for a trial order of lldw. Co. HjH'nl Monday ami Ihitlppy, To our tluK'less cooking coal. No slack; Mooting nights of Kullou Lodgu, no big lumps. Prepared especially for Tuc :,dii) lu lllrkuinn. No. S3 I. O. O, K. Thursday Sopt. kitchen uu. A. A. Farls. It v II J. (lolKur. paHtor of the Dec. 7- Oct. 12- - 2C; Nov. I cip:il Church. haH Mrnrlut fovrr. 21. Mrs. Allco Metcnlf nnd daughters, Misses Cartlo and Lula, of Caruthers-vlllc- , aro visiting her sister, Mrs. Journey Reeves, near town. N. K. factory.--Hickman 11 11 T Wheeler, or Route 2. say ih. fcrasti lion about got tliu Iwt-- t of ". lotion fields In hi neighborhood; .d iniidi'iitly, makes u good .ug-1- . uu In tliut Hub. Mo betimes It w nd fcUlitnto picking If n short lot?, w. !i a mulo hitched to on. und, wait dr ,d between unuh row. Tills Ih ' uiily worth a trial. . Na (WW- - SIZR. NAMR TOWN HTRKET A.ND NO. T. II. Orogau left this week for his former home at Holdavllle, N. C. He lias been employed by the Mongol llox Co. 8TATR Parham. & Broth- Fruit Jars at Botteruworth er's. & See tho new Fall Hats Amberg's. & at Smith &t & All the latest magazines Fotho May-Hel- d, Stylish hats for children at Smith Amberg's. was over rrom French's. Tho Graves county fair, at begins next Wednesday. Hayden Freeman Fulton yesterday. J. H. Hogg visited C. A. Wilson several days this week. Cypress Shingles, 1.25 a thousand at mill. C. M. Yates Shlnglo Co. Don Todd, or Clinton, was hero on business rirst or tho week. Ascher Kennedy made a business trip to Cayco yesterday. Howard Moore has accepted a tion In Hickman Drug Co. posi- szclC&r'd jSJQ& FOK MEJV ulnnclasibyilsclf. While !iv no means ultra in its cxdu- sivrncjs. it is modeled on lines dcuVncr. s ruriili.tr in llie HIii. Packard is renal in nyle. stand ard in ijuality, high grade in every respect. liiali-cl.is- Miss Sarah Wyim McConnell arriv ed Sunday from Arlington to spend the winter with nor aunt, Mrs. S. M. Hubbard and nttond Hickman College. Fred Hayden shaw'ti ferry boat his sale on Island day morning. No has engaged Hln- to carry people lo No. 8 next Wednes charge for the trip. Sold H. l $3.50 $4.00 Soldbr J5.00 In all tlylei Christian Church: Usual services next Sunday at tho Christian Church. Sunday School nt 9:4G n. in., nnd preaching at 11 n. m. nnd 7:30 p. 111. A cordial Invitation extended to all. A. PACKARD CO., HaVers Broctlon, Mass, ii BRADLEY & PARHAM All parties desiring to nttond tho Fred llnydon sale next Wednesday morning will bo token down free on lllimhnw'fl ferry boat. Ho at tho river nt 8 a. in. Wrf mvmmmDEjom The Greater Now York show boat, which wns to have been hero Saturday night, wns stuck on a Sand bar above Cairo nnd didn't get off until a couple of days later. She passed down Tuesday. Mrs. D. B. Wilson and daughter. Miss Mabel, returned rrom Louisville Postmaster J. T. Stephens Is erectSaturday. ing a handsome concrete gnrage. A school hag rreo with every pair Tho best lino or school bIiocs you or Toss and Td Shoes at Smith & ever saw nt Bradley & Parham's. Amberg's. Savo money by getting your harn-nesChns. Sexton, or Sturgcctu, Mo., was rrom tho Hickman Harness Co. tho guest of his brother, J. C. Soxton, Asher Kennedy has purchased several days last week. Capt. Marathon touring cur. W. F. Montgomery left this mornJI. BIger Hall nnd wire, or Dorcna. ing ror Nashvlllo to purchase new were hero Monday to attend tho cirgoods and attend tho State Fair. cus. Tho largest and best selected lino or millinery ever shown In Hickman, Everything faslilonablo shown lu now on display at Smith & Amberg's. millinery on display at Smith & Amberg's. Fletcher Henstcp has drawn tho FOB, HUNT: color line on tho feathered tribe, and Good tenant houso will not allow a black bird to como to rent ror right man and wife. Apply on his farm. 2p to W. B. McGehee, Route 4. s s Yam Sims, while crossing tho road Miss Hostotter Hocks sang a solo yesterday morning, got his feet tan- at the party tho other night. She gled up In some wagon tracks and was cheered heartily by several ot dislocated an ankle. her near relatives, ph mm t njywywpiwpf i! at. to the Thirsty Land ' 3 The Courier's Weekly Sermon .;, 1- - llj I'AHTtllt HI SSKl.t. -- J" S Ky. Lump Coal LOOKOUT Cold weather is coming and if yon want the best results get your stock shod nnd their feet will grow out nnd keep the cold mnd from making sore and tender feet. If you dont know about H us having the best shop rome nnd sec. Win n you arc sick you wnnl the best doctor, when your horse nectlri shoes why not gel the best man to put them on. It Costs No More GOD IS RESPONSIBLE INDIRECTLY FOR THE PRESENT REIGN OF SIM AND DEATH Prslor Ruttatl Tell, dience Why God a Spell-Dound (3-- Let me save yon money on your coal. STAHR STEVE PHONES DOTH Au- may be poetic all right, but the man who finds himself experiencing a shower right in his dining room is not apt to appreciate that kind of poetry. Suppose you have us go over your plumbing. Then there'll be no "Little Drops of Water" where they are not wanted. Calamities What Purpoee. They Ar. Serving and How Eventually They Will Accomplish Good For Men and Angels and Bring Glory to God. - Permit. Sin and ,. luirn- - itiiO I um S prliiKf Mass.. Sept -I- iold. 17th. s HussoH'r j - loth of Pniitor Hickman Tin. uuirinnr.inrri & Plumbing Co. largo Iioro totlny woro lioanl with close, attention by Both Phones Mo. 75 audience One was on tint HiToiftir;" A. M. TYLER Atlorncy-at-Law nnil Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. ZXlolUiinu, X3Zy. I Office with Judge B. T. Davis I W W E MAY live without poatrr, muilo and art: nd Hv We may Uv. without conscience without heart: We mar Uve without friends: we mar live without book.; But civilised men cannot Dr. without oooka. Owen Meredith. Soup. Without Meats. In these flays of high prtoos w must use every means to have a rood. meal with a small expenditure. Soup Glasgow, September starts a meal well and there aro MorKautown, September legion that may be prepared very Alurray, October cheaply. The object of taking soupLiberty, August at the beginning of a meal Is to warm, Muyield, September stimulate and prepare the stomach tor Horse Cave, September the heavier meal that is to follow. Kuutucky State Fair, Sept. 11 'C Tbo clear beof soups are valuable only as to warmth and stimulation. Cream Paducab, October soaps are a food, and are only served Faulwoutb, September when the dinner or meal to follow ! a light one. Cream of Corn Bourw Take a car of com. a Quart of milk and a grated onion; cook together until well boatt led; add a binding of a tableepoonfnl RATES ASK FOR of batter and flour cooked together 'and added to the soap. Season with salt and pepper, put through a sieve, St. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH reheat and serve. Services: Potato soup Is one that Is most I p. m. unnatlxlnz. TTaa two or threa notntanm. Evory Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 cook until tender with a slice of' Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday, onion, pat through a sieve, add a quart of milk and the binding of a table spoonfal of batter and flour; season W. J. McMURRY and servo. Attorney-at-LaMock Oyster Soup. Scrape U good-site- d roots of tho oyster plant or Office lu LaCledo Uulldlug ou corner, salsify, and throw them at onoe Into lllckuiau, Ky. cold water. Cut In thin slices and cook until tender In boiling water. DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD Add a Quart of milk, two teaspoon fate of salt, a few dashes of cayenne Dentist and two tablespoonfula of butter. DavIdbou'M old stand, l'houo No. 2. Soarve In a tureen with oyster crackHickman, Ky. ers. Pea Soup. Take a quart can of poas, boat and put through a sieve; FURNITURE O. HICKMAN add two teaspoonfula of sugar, a pint Funeral Directors and Embalmers. of milk and two tablespoonfula of butter and two of flour cooked togethor 1'lioue 20 day or nhjht. and added to bind. Cook until smooth, Hickman, Ky. season with salt and pepper and servo. Spinach and asparajpis make very wholesome soups, also onion and cabTHE ELECTRIC STUDIO bage. Celery makes a soup of delicate Everything in Photography flavor and may be madu of the parts Style, Quality uud l'ricea KlBhl of the celery too coarse to servo In other ways. Next to Price Houue KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. 27-3:M-211-123-227-320-2i. 27-C- Business Directory W. F. MONTGOMERY Undertaker Ilearue uud drivers furnUhed ou abort notice. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. For Sale.. House and lot In West Hickman, five rooms three porches, city water in kitchen and sower. four room dwelling on same lot, water In yard. New, just built 1910. Both houses are In first class condition and stand on a lot GGx19C feet. $1200 Is tho price of both places for quick salo, or may bo sold wpnrate. For further Information npply to W. K. Allen, Hickman, or L. J. Allen, Kenton, Tenn. 4c A The ouly dairy la Fulton County. e Rough Lumber Tor Sale... Dimension Stuff cut to order on Short Notice. Mill located on Dresden Road miles east of Hickman. 2 If you are in need of anything in this line, see Dr. J. M. HUBBARD -2 otlior, which wo report, wns on the Vioe tv'u.ssriO Divine IVrinlRslon of Kvil. from the text, "Hvvn h o . Fi.t'HT fur m it peeuiwl rixhI In Thy I. lit (Luke s. LM) drclnrcl that only I'nstor Itus-iel- l tli. iso wlio. through the Itlble. Kct at a g!!MMu of the Rloriotis uf the Dlrlne Plan, uniler-snm- l Inr.sl tli t fie Mttver whk h iol prom CihI'm roirton for iH'rniltlliiK tho .i in tlx lsl ('hiirrli r l Is- the spirit remirris'tbui of ptnite. nnd In roin of Kin nuil death, uf sorrow and Ihof the world l the laln. which tins prevailed amongat h.- rewiirT.s-ini- i tiuinkliiil for six thousand years. Tho iiiiniMti pkine uf beliuc. will Miirimas Almighty, he said, designs to tench am (tower eter eiMMlis! In the uit To crwtle tliw world, the .iiMRelx and cront lessons to nngeN and to men. f ill thlilKM U truly M witmlerfiil ttinnl the Divine duallng with man-kinfmtalhm nt Divine Pnwr- Nit to re Iirm Imh'ii ery dUTereut from His route inn i uftrr he Ims gone hrtek to dillnir with nngels. Tho holy anRcls. elding still more wtimlev lust. Is belinr perfect, have known no Bin. no imI or Inslng mmiii's In d'titli pennlty. no fwrrow, sickness or ful inteH)"-- ' h tbtitiKttis. Divine pew p tin They tnlclit hare hml some con- -' 'ns xi'iiip!hVl Ih h iiMttuer himI eptlon of Divine Justice, Wisdom, ir wilt ' lMyoiHl hunmH o ileuro. wliiili Love and Power, but could never have WIhsn w remewlier th re illy utiderxtiKHl their great Creator, illlions ii' driiil ami all their h (! It not iMtm for His dealings with -humanity Ills piTiuhsInn of sin and dlxiTslllfsl vierlefMspH. which uen tut .e ii.n thrtr imHiort. tlie pnw iIihiiIi uliiDtii? Adam's posterity. the fHll Ileal ItlltltHi T to Cost of Sin to Man. f Hint wh' i wita lost Is Itiflnlte s .'ot only was Divine Ixivo manifestto Ih In irtiirv4ionatlii. I bench " e ed in pM''lilIng a lledeeiner, but fill'j ImM m- - tin' protulae Justice was exemplified tn T'io grtinii Hiutle. Pastor ltuetl ib that Itedeenier with tho high-."s- t will in- - iIm rrviiillmi to sinn'ts glory -- "far ubovv angels, ! .if the iimrli dherslfltsl wis ml in Tin- - wt.Hii will- h forennd txjwera." Additionally, .loin ot Cod's love hni Ikh-i- i peeking out tho saw the end from the iHrimilng. nnd lojnl of mankind, the saintly few, to whlelt Ihm 'hh rettulsthig the nfTnlrs ! end. nnd the Ilrlde of Christ to Ikj nssoclnt- - of nwtiiilad to h d with the Keileemer In Ills glorious which will ultimately bring order out Kingdom, which h shortly to bless of confusion. surHiMsx anything that ind uplift tho race of Adam from sin. nngels or men have ever ilrcnmcil of The on the pnr of their Creator from mennnew. wrakneKs and death. hen we think of the aggregate of Scriptures say. "True and rlghWu sin. Morrow, pnln. the calamity of nre Thv ways. Iinl (lod Almighty; dentil, for six thousand years, the pic- for all the nations shnll come nnd worship lieforo Thee wlmn Thy right ture is truly awful; but we should th.it this h.is been distributed, eons di'iillcs shnll bo uindc mnnlfest" n Hitle nnd there n little, amongst (Ilerelatlon zv, 4). Me tviotny thousand millions of our ri. e. one half of whom, per Imps, have Few have lived to THE TIME TEST. lliil In Infancy Hickman People Cannot Dehreo score years nnd ten. I believe even thu most sorrowful lives mand Stronger Proof of Merit kti'VMi tn the world have had compel ni'irj- seasons of plenstre, Joy, I h.i'iplnesH. Tho test of tlmo Is what tells tho that only n few i.ne illisl regretting that they had talc. The public Is quick to discover misrepresentations and murll alone will stand the test of Utno. tang ago many grateful people In this locality publicly endorsed Doan's Kldm y Pills; tbuy do so still. Would theso statements bo confirmed If Doan's Kidney Pills did not posnora Inntlng Tho following testimony merit? If weak, you need Cardui, should convince tho most skeptical the woman's tonic. Cardui Hickman reader. is made from gentle herbs, Mrs. George Combs, Cedar nt.. Pulacts in a natural manner, ton, Ky., 8ayn: "For some time i and has no bad results, as suffered from backache ami wuaknoss across my loins. Any ovor exertion some of the strong drugs aggravated my trouble and at times sometimes used. As a medI could hardly work. There woro otliicine a tonic for weak, or aunoyanccH duo to wenk kidneys. worn-o- ut tired, women, A member of my family found wonCardui has been a popular derful benefit from Doan's Kidney success for over 50 years. Pills and induced mo to try thorn. Ho procured a box for mo and I began E57 their use. In n few days I noticed u chango for the better and after I had finished the contents of tho box Take tho backacho and nil other distressing symptoms of my trouble had comt pletely disappeared." (From given in 1903.) Tonic A PERMANENT CURE Mrs. Lula Waldcn, of On May 15, 1907, Mrs. Combs conGramlm, S. C, followed firmed tho abovo statement, saying: this advice. Read her let"I have never had occasion to uso ter: "I was so weak, Doan'ii Kidney Pills since I gavq n public statement, recommending them when I first began to take In Mny, 1903. I advise nnyono sufCardui, that it tired me to fering from kidney trouble or back walk Just a little. Now, I acho to glvo Doan's Kidney Pills a -- the tt-i- g resiinrloii. during Messiah's reign of will. In some ilMHisnnil bring to Hie willing nnd obedient griwter Joy. graiter blessing, grent-- r f and Mrfeetlon npprerlatlon righteousness than If they had not known luiierfcrtlou nnd sin. Thus mankind will really lose nothing by the Divine permission of evil, but on the contrary, will, by the Increased knowledge gained through the reign of denth anil evil, leant lex sons which will I hi of ndvnntage t them tn nil eternity Divine Power R.vcaUd, As the tiennlty of dentil reveals Dl vine Justke stiil ns th. rislcmpiloii ivviimIm Divine I.or. frmii Unit so the r nf nwHiUliid fnim ili'fllll ml r Mill Divine Power, as nettling mitl revmil il I'Hatiir Kucsell de a niKlcrst'inilliiK (he) would not regret their iiirik wl'h Its ntinchmeuts of sorrow. l'.Klnr ltusell Im'IIi'vos t tint human irniim rier sun thai wltli a of Divine future The Best When you have a piece of work that no one else can do bring it to R. L. Gray's shop nnd yon will find a man, If In Town you are looking foi jrs. ROBERT COLLIER HE L. A. WOLVERTON of Nashville, do it for you. that can O the old reliable blaik smith, come to the shop nnd you will sec the best shtx-and nails that have evt i s been kept in Mickmnn orv .I-..- The Everything You Want mmsMimmmmmmmmmmttaammmmmmmmummmmvtmmmia - I - - Grocery Snow Flake Flour. Bent Meats in the city, fresh nnd tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. Ili-tu- d - ' oiii-i'iti- n-- Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. prlncl-p.vltle- 'i - MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74: HICKMAN MARBLE I WORKS isilf i 'u-r- Hnrir KAMMCJIMU TOM DILLON. Sr., Prop. tn I'. i tummim.'!1 dwrnwili - Marble and Granite Monuments CURIUNi;, STONE WORK OF KINDS, IKON FKNCING. Hickman, e All KcntticR Women! Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, It. M. IHI.KK II. T. 1AVIS KENTUCKY J. J.O. IMlNllUUANT (lKO.lt.TllltHt.Kltl.il T. A.I.KhKollIt iiiiiKcniiiH lir.J.M. lUHIIIAItll IIKNItY HANOKIl CARDUI We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS J J. O. stato-moun- The Woman's ltONIiniUNT, I'ro.lilclll II. I' UAMAOK. A't I'iKlilxr J A TIIOMI'SON, I'mlili" Ti--y C3. Otix- 4 FRESH MEATS n. Moorus I'lionn 4..4 J LAUNDRY -- AT- t can do all the general housework, for a family of 9." Try Cardui for your troubles. It may be the very remedy you need. MISSISSIPPI ALFALFA LAND. For snlo by all dealers. Prleo Ma. Fostor-Mllbur- n Co., Buffalo, N. Y., We nro HollltiB tho host AI.KAM-'solo agents for (ho United Slates. LAND In MIhbIhhIii for $20 nn aero. Remember thu namo Doan's and Il will pay yon lo wrllo us or como take no other. and Bcu our hind before buyltiK elsewhere. Okolona Iinnd Co., Okolona, MIhh. trial." Bradley & Parham's Iinskct leaves every Tuesday afternoon Tako that prescription to Helm & Klllson. Pure druKs, quick servlco, See our fall line of clothing. $1C.G0 values to bo sold at $10 nnd $11.50. 25c, reasonable prices. Our famous Granger cotiee, at Sullivan llros. U eOA the talk of the (own. Hotter We have some new things In fur38. than loto of 3Co coffee. Phono niture this season. Hickman FurniSeo us before you buy. Sullivan ft PnUfeer, ture Co. 1.0B. Jiettt-ruwort- Oc.Hc Best Work A44 Lowest Prices I I GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore llavo yon tried It that now coal. vashed nnd Rinilrd to rribir Rlzed Ut us flRuro on Umt bill of 1"'" Z Itnnprt- -'8iwrllly nulled for cooking. iMir. lloynolda Mom A Co., In cor A A. Paris. a Doratod. - I .jtittSHai M.'S,M6W r1 - $1 per Year Advance In i till, n,nr XiiiiimiI; poor toMieml n.ltliw romily nmt too IliK ninouiil for a niper tlinl mi exception to ruin. Duly o rtk surely It eiioimh. 11 cIknP Teuty yrnm nicn. n OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops when your tlma li believe In forclnir a on anyone. Fspor do not want to mlii n copy, keep tbe ubacrlp-tlo- n paid up. A notice of expiration la ulvcn here 15 days ahead with pop"' vui 1 inn I Local News j volume m THE HieKMRN eeURIEH. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT. out. we dont 21, 1911 Number 14 A Blue Mark yVVVVVrVVrNrVArfVSrVVV J, O. STTJ33SS PolltlNt Chun No. SI Jj SURVEYING ROUTE For New Electric Line Paducah to Hickman. from (ltd. Blldlg. ? off nrr4'SI"f ' V ' - HURT IN RUNAWAY Milton Hlnshaw Badly Hurt. Harness Broke. SB m . uthern Height. Tho yuuiiKiuaii putt of tlitt harness broke dmlng down m nliurl li 111. Tho u '..nunc frightened nnd run. m tt.it wild thrown from ttu buggy. foil ml sometimes lutur by Miss 1'Hvlt-r- , ho wna uneonsaloui. m.ih mrrled to the Ponvlur homo 'dual nlit nuiiiiiionmt. A hasty ntlolt allotted sign of Internal i. fractured rllH ami iuivirnl nine ; ho Ik, howttvwr, resting .it persent buggy " wreoked. K. Williams, or Olenson, Uie guest of livr sudor, Mr. ii ., mi lllnahnw, tho 13 year old llliiHlmw, A W 'M badly ui liint Friday evening In Tim accident (Rxiurrt'tl at Aay 'kiI of tho I'Olicrutu ntim lending f l wB BH VJr Jxw 9 xV I il holm- - i "J i I ' .ashy. ktnan linn a fow individuals who ' in ordering tliolr calendars, k imitations nnd various mid oilier Job work frout noma i"nr?nt, when that satno work ! j dono In Hlckmnn. Didn't .. t could be donw In HlflkmanT d believe Uiat about as fnr ns Id throw a bull by tlio tall. name parties would raid" nli Ml howl If the local paper in jokinl nu opporiunlty to dlab out a column of "hot air" about business. Thoy are great shout- '(H. when the local paper jumps . ui' one elm who send away oinr for whnt tho aforesaid ' a has to ell. They llko for Hail tho stuffing out ot tho mall u linens but thoy don't uvun to lucal printer a chano r i tb ir work. I VII, I guoss. in T 77 f llow who practices (his bus-- . a (own killer. lit uj. M to cIoho up aa tight ait a bi-si . ' Surveyors are now on the Job of surveying the route for tho now electric railway from I'aducah to Hickman and Intermediate points. Work Is going right ahead. Referring to this subject, the Paducah of Saturday says: "Major II. C. Calhoun, of Buffalo, N. Y who recently returned from engineering a railroad through the Andes mountains will arrive here tonight and will take personal charge of the engineering aud surveying work. A force will be started Monday and the line to Mayfleld probably will receive their attention first. Prom Mayfleld It ta probable that the surveyors will be sent towards Murray and thence to the 'Tennesase river. "Local officers of tho company refuse to talk when questioned, as to the connection the electric Interur-ba- n lino has with the Southern railroad. That the Interurban routs begins at Itockport. Ind one of tho terminals of the Southern, and runs to Hickman, tho bead of deep water navigation In tho Mississippi, however adds color to the report that a connection with tho Southern at Itockport Is intended. Arrangements for a large dock at Hickman Is taken to indicate that tho company will forward the Sturgls and DeKoven coal south by river. "That tbe road will bo deflected from the air line only by the solicitation and Interested communities that really want competitive freight rates and which are willing to treat the Jlne as a local enterprise, is the statement given out by officials of tho road. They reiterate, however, that they will ask no bonuses or News-Deraocrr- I . Mu inur-li !! ' ' taxes does the olty r pay for educating your child- n, ii i h doo ak you cant find any better news in this paper than you'll find here; because good clothes are of a good deal of in- andHickman entertained several people Monday. The principal attraction was Sun terest to most men, and this is good clothes news. Hart Schaff-ne- r Bros. Circus, which exhibitedAt here in the afternoon and night. the afternoon performance hundreds of people & Marx new Fall models are here; just in, the new fabrics, circus could not get seats in the big tent, although they hav a seating capacity of upwards of The management informed a Courier the new colorings and patterns, the new designs and shapes. man that Hickman one of the best YOU CIRCUS BRINGS CROWD Monday Townr.wa Filled with Sight-seeinVisitors. g thous- 3,000. Is he give your ohuroh 3 n: d institutions which depends en- ('ti public donations? I' w much free advertising does he K our town nnd Its InstltutlonsT I w ' long would jour biintliHia con- ,f t vi i j cUlr.cn bought his luff from home, without iiwin giving often doe tho olty printer vuur virtue nnd give thorn public airing, (at thu untno limn x k i,g through tho big olid of tho copo nt your faultH)? In fact, what kind of n man are you ho don't i'Vuii glvo your uulghbor ajd fow rlfluMi n clianeo to do ir work? fy -w ' nine to figure on thing Mil In Come in and enjoy looking them over with us; you needn't wait until you're ready to buy; come in just to look. Pick out the one or two suits you Ye going to have, and the overcoat and raincoat you want ; we'll lay them aside for you if you want us to; and in that way you'll have your pick of the whole stock. New grays and browns, and some very fetching blue grays are the prevailing shades. model for young men ; the Varsity, the new English model, withThe shape-make- r out padding; you ought to see them. Suits $20 and up. 'J Kli? fiaturJnjr Nbsbt Sulllvau Uroa. gains. Tbe Lyrl. Overcoats $18.50 and up. tho house of bar fur- I'ay your taxes now nnd save Other makes $8.50 to $18.50 "show towns" they have visited this season, and were very much graUfled "" with their visit to our city. Some pronounced the show punk; others say It was fair, and sUll others thought It was fine. As a whola we presume, It filled the bill. It was as good as moat shows in Its class. At least, it gave folks a chance to get out and rub elbows, drink red lemonade, survey the monsters of the Jungle, be thrilled by the aerial artists In pink tights and laugh with tho clowns. In a sense, all clrcuess are tho same; but they possess a fascination for all, from the small boy to his grandad, who excuses himself for being there on the grounds that ho had to bring tho boy. Sun Dros. carry a small but good collection ot wild animals. Tho day passed off without any mishaps. Some of us may have a litUe less change by being there, but we'ro Just as happy for all that. Iet them como once a year. mirth-making ther costs. 1'hone 19G und I'roHaers. NEW SHOW BOAT COMING. White llroa., Cloanera WMIIj tin city New nnd cheapest lino of China In lllckumn lltlw. Co. Hcnd for catalogue of Clinton Col litre to J A. Iwry, of Clinton, Ky. Mm Jno. SnioUiorinnn, of Amorcl, rk , Ih the giR'Ht of II. .Mooro and fiimily Him Camp No. 3, V. O. W., of Hickman, will hold unveiling nt Antloch church noxt SunWin. Ambers loft Monday lilght for day afternoon, beginning at 1! o'clock. NaKhvlllo nttunded tho Htnto fair nnd Services are In memory of Sov. Jas. the Vnnilerbllt oihjiiIiik. l'oyuer. All Woodmen nro requested cordially Allen llrlght, ono of MoiiboI's popu- to bo present, and others are Invited, lar foremai 1b buck from Now Orleans, whoro ho spout a part of his Uy reason of a tolophono lino drop vacation. ping down on nn electric light wire, J II. Iloycr bos moved his family H. N. Cowglll's residence narrowly hero from No. 8 Island nnd Is occu- escaped burning Saturday morning nt pying a house on tho hill belonging 1 o'clock. Tho burning out of two to J. II. MUlut. telephones caused Mr. Cowglll to a- from tho Monday. core-moni- Smith Si Amberg Tills, was probably the body of the mer-chan- ts Deputy Sheriff KIiiIh Clnrk wna up lower end of tho county The crowds here Monday attending waku In tlmo to avert the spreading of tho flames, nlthoiigh they had flno tho circus nnd court kept our pyrotechnlcnl display before tho "llvo on thu Jump. wires" could bo safely hung on the The I. C. clerks' strike nt Mounds door knobs, etc. Is assuming a serious aspect. SpeClinton College, ot Clinton, Ken- cial Agent McKnlght was shot and s killed there Monday by I'ollcemau tucky, has Just oponcd with a Increase. Thuro woro eighty Wnlbrldgo as nu outcome of their difper cent more boarding pupils enroll- ficulties. ed than were eu rolled at the opening A floater was found a few miles of last session. Now Madrid, Monday, tho Uth. Mrs. H. T. Davis left Saturday for The body was that of a negro, clad like a roustabout, about 30 years old. Frankfort to spend u fow days. mar-vulou- negro who was pushed overboard after a fight on the Stacker Iee, a mile nbovo Hickman, on tho Saturday before. Nov. Horaco Slberoll left Monday for Frankfort to attend the state convention of thu ChrUtlan Missionary Society. A party composed of Mrs. Iturgoyne Mrs. Alice Aiuberg, C. C. Smith aud wife and J. W. Cowglll spent ono day Menke & Coleman's Floating Hippodrome said to be the largest and best equipped floating theatre In the world Is scheduled to make It's appearance In Hickman In the near future This Is a new show boat and this is their first trip down the Mississippi. The boat. has a spatlng capacity of over 1400 people and they are presenting musical comedy aud vaudeville. Tho "pleco do resistance" this year Is entitled "The King of Kazam." They carry a company of fill people and are featuring the big aerial Illusion "Creation". The apparatus necessary to present "Creation" Is tho bluest niece of alaire ma chinery ever constructed, having a gross weight of ever six tons. Tho boat Is nt present on the upper Mississippi nnd reports from that section seem to Indicate that they have left a most favorable impression In all tho towns that they have visited. Chief of Police Huddleston, of was In town .Mouday. of last week at the lake. n i'mm-- , STATESMAN DEAD Insurgent Leader from Kansas Dies Suddenly. tf ( curier's A 7J-jJo- (jrcle ' IT'S LmLmLmmLwH bbbbbHIBT kV gggggmgW Lgggggggggf .1 'TESS and TED! TIME - .? '!i I The alarm is ringing. It is time for "Tess and Ted'' school shoes. They are "Better" shoes new just recently placed on the market. We have "Tess and Ted" shoes for girls and boys in styles for the nicest wear as well as in styles especially adapted to the most severe usage. M tti I educated from tiifaiu) wiih this aim Los Angeles, Cal., SepL 19. "Why, hollo, Mary." constantly before her. Hnr mother "On my word. If this Is not Edltii. should go to her playhouse and "STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER" Well." her how to arrange It nicely. Gel her The rest of the sontenco was lost r a trunk nnd see that she keep Bag Free with every pair of "Tess and Ted " A School In a gasp of amazomont at tho trick things well arrange! In It- - Give her n fato bad played two school friends shoes. place for her playthings. Then who had not met for many years. that others do not molest them. When Tho persons who thus merrily greeted tho womon were George II. be Is older, give her a toots to keep Illchardson of New York and Wtn. S. tidy. Also have her Io help do nay Holmes of Boston, both of them brokTell nnd every kind of housework ers when they are at homo. Whon her of your aim. Hi plain that H hi they met in the lobby of a hotol horo all for her own nood In the future. 'they were on their honeymoons and L When she U twelve go visiting an they presented when their wlvos let her see how much there Is Io do, each discovered that ho had married nnd how well she can manage It. tho divorced wife of the othor. They X young Tonnessean pleading guil- FATALLY SHOT found, too, after a few moments' conty to stealing two subway tickets Russian Premier Shot Some girls are discourage! after versation that thoy had traveled By Anarchist. marriage to find so much wore to d value ten cents lias been sentenced across tho continent on the same to thu penitentiary In Now York for Mill, than they anticipated. Worn train all tho way from New York, one year. The rights of the corpoto find themselves so Ignorant htm. Kiev, Sept 19. Tho condition of and had oven stopped off at tho same to do. Hx4alu thnt there Is n real rations must be preserved at all haz- Premier Stolypln, who was shot by hotel In Chicago. Early Training. pleasure In doing most any kind of ards. But when a corporation robs Wrultry IJogroff Thursday night. Is an Individual or the public, there isn't cnuslng his physicians nlarm. Peri- ROBBED IN A SYN0G0GUE It Is woman's duty to look well to work after we learn how. That af even a Jail sentence. That's the dif- tonitis hns net In and the patient's the way of her household. To do this tor she la married, she will neither ference between the individual and the heart notion has considerably weak- Chlcagoan Loses $400 In Notes at alio must Imve a sound mind In a have time to learn nor hare a teach-er- . en od. corporation. sound body. She must be trained nnd Service and Considers It EviThat she must have pride of charA bulletin wan prepared In view of dence of Bad Morals. acter, nnd For the first time in many years a tho change for tho worso, oh It wan That she must lx cleandeemed advisable to Inform tho pubpassenger steamer now piles between Chicago, SepL 19. While Samuel ly, orderly, energetic and pentever lic of the true naturo of tho premier's St. Louis and New Orleans. The wounds. This Remington was attondlng church lug. Iteaching Iht aim depends on her bulletin follows: steamer Quincy, of tho Strcckfus "A change for the worse In Promler service at Polk streot and Ashland own efforts. That she must make Steamboat line, is now on its way Btolypin's condition Bet In last oven-In- avenue, someono reached into his herself dn the right thing at tin runt pocket and took out a wallet containdown the .Mississippi river, en route Symptoms of local peritonitis time In the right way. were noticed, with Indications of ef- ing $400 In notes. to New Orleans on Its Initial trip. Prge her to take oar of health "It's getting pretty bady," ho comShe passed here Friday night, but fusion of blood under the dlnphrngm. plained to the police, "when you can't To be In bed nt a. To 1m- - temporal.. At 6:30 o'clock this morning the padid not stop. Later the company will In nil things. To eulthate nnd prat tient's temperature was 9C.9, pulso 80, even go Into a synagogue without bemake a regular stop at Hickman. respiration 28 to 28. The temperature ing robbed. tlce good morals nnd gentle mntim rs two hours later was 98.C, pulse 104, for the sake of her Influence i Man Lying on Track Killed. respiration 24 to 28. others. To prnctlce entlng, wnlklng. Torre Haute, Ind., SepL 19. Elia "The bandages were removed at 10 Turpln, aged 35, a coal miner, was talking, etc , nt home as though h o'clock and the mouth of the wound killed by an Interurban car south were abroad. Because practice make of was found to bo in a satisfactory state. Terre Haute when lying on the track. Mrfect, and because repltlon forms Tho bullet was felt under the skin, and habits nnd habits are second nature removed, a local anesthetic being employed. Tho patient stood the operaIf your child Is pale and sickly, In short, seo thnt she mnrshnls all tion well in every way." picks at the nose, startB in the sleep her forces to reoch her nl in. When The premier showed no Improve and grinds tho teeth while clcoplng It i' can bo truly said of her that she ment during the day, but the doctors i a sure sign of worms. A romudv is useful as well as ornamental, and expressed the opinion thero Is no for these parasites will be found In Flro departments are necessary and that she hns n good practical, nilgroat cause for alarm. A midnight bulletin, howover, was not reassuring. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. It save much property, but they cannot round education, her mother has looknot only clears out tho worms, but b& relied upon always. Although they ed well to the way of one of Imr It read: 25c may put out the fire, water may do household. Our opinion Is thnt nil M. Stolypln is still restores health and cheerfulness. "Late Hardware, Glassware and showing symptoms of peritonitis. Tem- per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug as much damage as the fire. Flro this cannot be nocompllshed In lews perature, 08, pulse 116 to 120, respira- Co. Insurance protects you against the tlinn twenty years. Thnt n girl Is Tinware tion 28." loss by fire as well as the loss by not capable of looking well to the Later: Stolypln died yesterday. Dr. J. A. Green, Geo. E. Scott nnd water damage. A fire Insurance po. way of her household younger thnn Standard Gas Engine Oil Icy In a reliable company with a rep this. Editor Davo llrlght, of the East business men of Dycrsburg, Tonn., utatlon for fair dealing and promptAt twonty this girl Is now cnpable wore horo on buslnoss Thursday.. Prairie, (Mo.) Eagle, wife and littlo Free Delivery ness Is your best protection. We rep. of mnklng her own choice If her daughter spont tho week end with Elder S. R. Loguo, of Dyer, Tcnn., resent only such companies. husband takes a wrong view or wrong Phone 183 homo folks. Dr. Wm. Bright and will preach at Mt. Hcrmon tho Cth aim she can reason him Into right bj Sunday in October. H. C. HELM, Agent gentle, patient perseverance She will There are no substitutes for leather in this new and better line, the material is the highest grade and the workmanship is as nearly perfect as modern machinery can make it. Every tick is a call to the children to get genuine comfort, real styJe and long wear in a pair of our "Tess and Ted ' shoes. Time waits for no one. It's "Tess and Ted" time so come and see our line. "Tess and Ted" school shoes are members of the famous "Star Brand'' Family of shoes and, Dodgo City, Kas., SepL 19. E. H. Madison, representative in congross from the Soventh Kansas district, and a celobrnted Republican Insurgent leader, died at his homo from apoplexy. Ills death wns suddon. Madison, allied with Victor Mur-doctho Wichita (Kas.) congress mnn, and Congressman Oeorgo Norris of Nebraska, led tho Republican In surgents in their early struggles in tho house and was prominent In the revolt against Speuker Joseph a. Cannon. He also figured prominently In investigation, In tho llulllngor-IMncno- t that he filed n minority report of his own, which agreed In some particulars WU- - thnt of the Democrats In denouncing Secretary Halllngor. Was Native of Illinois. Madison wns born In 1M) mouth. 111., Dec. 18, 1865, wns educntod In tho common schools of Illinois, and at thu ngo of IS began teaching school. lt 18SC ho moved to Wichita, Kns., and began tho study of law in the office of O. W. C. Jones. Ho wob admitted to prnctlco in 1SSS and in tho same year was elected county attorney of Ford county. Ho served two terms and was appointed judgo of tho Thirty-firs- t Judicial district of the state Jan. 1, 1900. This position Judgo Madison hold until SepL 17, 1906, when ho resigned to becomo n candidate for congress. Ho was married Dec. 12, 1900, to Miss Lou Van co of Oklahoma City. Judgo Madison was elected to tho congresses and Sixtieth and Sixty-firs- t conto tho gress. k, Sixty-second Hint To Mothers. If you wish to cultivate n gossiping The Hew Hats for Fall meddling, censorious spirit In your children, be sure, when they come home from chinch, n visit or any place to which you do not iiccomKi n ihfiu with questions concerning what ewry body woro. what every-unti- l and did; and It you find anything in nil this to censure nlwnyn do it In their hearing. You may roB4 assured If you pursue n course of this klud, Ihey will not return to jou unladen with littelllKenop; nnd nil her iliun It should be uninteresting, the) will by degrees learn to umbellleli In such a mnniier ns not to full io ill forth remarks nnd expression of wonder fro in you. You will by this course render n spirit of curiosity which t early visible In children and which, If rightly directed, may be muds the Instrument of en rUhlng mid enlarging their minds a tehlrle of mischief which shall only to narrow (hem. The Popular Idea of It is As exhibited here, will surely please you. You will like (lie styles, the qualities nnd the prices. All the new styles nre Marriage. of here now and you shouldn't wait another day before getting your new hat. We wont let you buy one thnt is not just right for you. certain that the society man TWO FRIENDS SWAP WIVES None of New York Party Knows It Until the Four Meet on Honey moons In West. Smith & Amberg- today marries n woman who makes his heme a restful plnee from which he Is seldom tempted to wander. Why should he? Tho sunniest, brightest room in the hou4e Is his sanctum, here are his fuvorlte books, pictures he likes, the latest magazines with lent re cut out nnd no end of pipes When the train whistles Into the de pot. In which Is this fortunate mnn. s fire Is started on the low hearth to makes the room cheerful, although the warmth Is not needed. To this room he brings his friends and here husband nnd wife sit when atone. Kv- ry thing that wilt help the wife to make home a means of grace she reads on her table are always to be found books and magazines that talk of the higher life of Ike home. We mean good cooking when we sy higher life a hitherto much neglected wrt of rnhrely goes ot the theater or opera, or ball, because his home lias greater attraction ami he Is really now ho sensible, and amounting to something that his friends are rejoicing that the seemingly Incongruous marrlngo onuiu $5.00 $4.00 Hats Hnts $1.50 $3.00 Hnts Hats H. E. CURLINHouseof Quality. teh M' il11' " of hvr home ami bouu-- will ln A thing of heani) a joy forever. ! Stepping Stones to Suoeesi. (.earn yonr ostanes tkfMghi KN-Uiteg; hi m at on change. Ooserve system in aM jwm 40 undertake. Whatever Is worth dotoK at oolM wll One 4ay Is wwtk 1hj lomorn,. Be self retmot; 4u mi take ... kin atfrtes hot rather tlei-i- wl yourself. Never fall to keep yiwr ' meats, nor In he nunaiHal u m.. minute. Never be Idle but keen jwir h.n i. r or mliMl employed. : i when sUwiiltig Use charity with all; be ever erouft In thought or deed, help '( aloiia life thorny tlh. rt. self-denia- t Cool and Refreshing .. i s. hr Tit- Cowgill's Drug Store where you will find everyfirst-cla- F. E. CASE & SON Staple and DonblProtectioR thing usually served at a n Soda Fountain. Fancy Groceries - Miss some of the sweet thinp. life, bnt don't mlsi the ple.-ures of a box of in "Htnjler's Candy For tale at " Cowgill's Drug Store J BIQ BARGAINS! WATCH FOR OUR ANNOUNCEMENT NEXT WEEK NAIFEH BROS. In the Store Formerly Occupied by Our Clothing Department .atti I ilanin i . - Jk 2fc. Tfiu t j rmmm LONG AFRICAN TRIP. English Girl Penetrates Wilds of Dark Continent. Ixmdon Miss Olive MncLeod, who W Just Arrived W left England In August Inst to visit tho grave of her fiance, Lieut. Iloyd Alexander, who wns murdered by nm lives In central Africa, recently art rived In England. She was mot by her father, Sir) Reginald MacLood, when slio landedj and left for Paddlngton. Thcnco sh( proceeded by motor car to her beau, ttful homo, Vintners, near Maid- Leibovitz's Fall Goods are Arriving on Every Train have just returned from market and am now ready to show you a full and complete line of all the newest ideas in men's and boys clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Underwear and Furnishings. Everything bought has been selected with the greatest care, the styles are the latest and prices more reasonable than ever before. It will be worth your while to see my line be- fore buying. I stone Altogether tho African Journey con slntod of 2,700 mllos, mostly on foot or horseback. P. A. Talbot, district commissioner of Niagara, and Mrs. I ( X n Tf,"vv &" two-ton- Shipment from We nrc unpacking smart, new walking suits, tailored throughout, "like a man's coat," suits of the new rough surfaced e materials and mixtures that are all the rage in Paris, suits with a touch of contrasting color in the trimming and suits with big, girlish collars and deep cuffs, w& ) K?x. Talbot, accompanied her during tho wholo of tho Journey, nnd wero for tho arrangements. Among tho many trophies that Miss MacCleod brought homo wero two baby lions, which were) prcsoutod to her In French Niagara. Miss MacLeod was very cagar to tako them homo with her, but, bolnR now six months old, thoy were thought to bo rather dangerous pots for Maid-stonand havo boen sent to tha tho Journey Kiss Maclcod traversod land across which no wblto woman had evor bocn before At times the party Included as many as 80 native, theso being required to carry stores and food. Miss MacLeod, with her companions, on arriving at tbo west coast of AN rica, traveled up tbo Niger as far as soo. During . vi - ? Jr '& length coat of rich black broad, doth, tdol (or evening wear, coats of soft, watm cheviot, cut to give th tathlonabta (lender ailhouettr, soma of them with a raUcd waist full Where Quality Reigns Higher Than Price- iollllllllll i line effect, coats of tha new reversible material, straight cut, very swagger, nd coats of fur fabric lined with bright colored silks, coronation red, deep purple, gold and coral, In fad, alt that la neweat and of this uuod'i style Is here, rtdj? for yoa. laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaFt'J' BnstaaoaaaaaVTai ssssssT 'tecs 771 VI "V f' '" otlHalBsUsB LaaaaaaKlll Laaaaaaaalirffl BoW tt a mi HIS HAUNTING DREAD ' HOGWALLOW - DOINGS MAtKHAr r'i Smith & Amberg HrTyT IB oaHkaaaaMaff TuaT 7 " Xaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai wKlVl Jr'jLYITaV MEiXTla Vy JLsssksssl tr k. ' m. . ' SaaaaaaaW SJWM-li?V.- t- sirf.ff2 '.& --jrrzrt Vf mB saaTBa. VMlUE THE. ClHMlHr SrjtSOrf ' on! Tho postmaster has n now way of catching flies, and Is working It with pronounced success at thu postoffico this week. Ho takes a Jug that has hnd licked in it, places a funnel In thu ne'k and drives thu files In. Then when they come staggering out he swats them with thu stove shovel. Frlsby Hancock Is greasing his wagon, currlng his team, and making other preparations to make a trip to Tirkvllli',; after a spool of thread. It is now on salu thoro nt a bargain sale for four cents a spool; tho llogwal-lopostmaster holds tho prlco at flvo cents. Tho scarcity of snakes in and Hogwallow this summer Is explained ut last by Frlsby Hancock and Wash Hocks, who now announces that they canvassed thu community enrly in thu spring and stopped all Uio snake holes they could find. HaVjM' I1 rt I 'laaaaaiPiH (h, t. January Chief lluddleston a MUs Olrv MacLeod. Hob James, to Hickman Monday and I will of for for s.ilu to tho highest In h d ed him In Jail. Ho Is said to Rbe oonld go In Um stamor ojoJ l'lId r ai my farm on No. 8 Irdnud, have broken Into tho home of Wade ctvnoca. , Wedm-adaySeptember 27, 1 i . the Hardy After going through southern and and nlnlo a lot of wearing MKiuIng Household nrnl Kltclion northern Nlgorla the expedition roach d French Atbacgl In October, end r'urnitiirr, IIaiiko 8too, 40 gallons ( anmU Peaches; Mrs. Nrtttlo Smith and mother, Mr. tho falls of the Also Kail were lofl Mules, 3 Itoad cated. Wagons, Mover, Uw Smith, buvo roluruud from n vl Uakoiih, a Ix According to tho testimony of lUVe Dine Caithator mid oUmr Purui-- It VUh Mra Albert Itolwrtaon, nt FulJTronch officers and natives, theso falls Implements; 100 bead thorough' ton. (had never boon soon before, and In M, d IIoks, 15 head Cattle. Ifcq. It. A. llroudor nnd Judmi W. honor of "tho bruve English girl" goTerms All amounts $10 and los. ing to visit her sweetheart's gnive, Nolan nro organising n Confeder nil abovo $10, approved notes I. the French authorities asked for perate VotenuiH' McCrenry Club at 11)12 C to name PUBLIC SALE 11 brought negro. frUUe UAOtH'" "IV Alwajrs Had Horror of Dying In tho Poorhousel .Miss Cordelia Hollwanger has bought a handsome accordeon, and will compete with Miss Itosyola Moseley for musical honors and social esteem. Shu says she can play any piece of poetry ever written, whether it rhymes or not. Rubber Goods Department Our rubber goods department 13 very complete. Men's EAGLE Sporting Boots, Men's Short Boots, Boys' Boots, Fish Brand Slickers, Curlin's Slickers, Light Rubber Coats for dress wear, Men's Rover Coats, in fact, the most fastidious dresser can buy what he wants here in the Rubber Goods line. We want a part of your trade, on the merit that you are to get 100 cents in value for every dollar you spend here. You are urged to come and tnspect our line. 1, at par cent. KJIK1) IIAYUHN. Circuit Court li going on this week, and aru disposing of tlict large docket rnpldly. l.'verythlng In the harness lino at Unkiuan Harm Co now In tint tisw IXKlds building. J no I "alley YOU find brolhor. A. C Hat ley, of Ilolllday, Tumi., visited the former's sons, Amos nml Marlln, near (own, Mnco our lost Isnua. Mra. Joo Hkh rolhanma and daughter, Mary, visited huro tho luttor part of last week, leaving Friday Tor Nushvlllo where At lad Mury 11. will nttond school thlii yar. T. J. Ogllvllo, editor of tho Jtldg-leGazette, ami Messrs. M unlock and Alexander, (lino of Itldgoloy, om hero yesterday enroiite to Nashville to attend tho Toiiiiesnoo Statu Fair y LIKE GOOD CLOTHES Yon nrc particular about your clothes. When you buy clothes you like to feci sure that you nrc getting the kind that will hold their shape and good appearance till they arc worn out, in fact you want the kind of clothes that will give satisfaction best values to be had for the money you pay. We think you are just the kind of a man who will like the clothes we sell. Royal Tnilors made - to measure, Chicago. -- Uournoy. mission tho falls "Los Chutos MacLeod." Pushing on Into tha heart of Aft rlca. Miss AlacLood proceeded through the Tuburl lakes, and eventually trenched tho Bhadl down whloh shJ traveled to Lnko Chad. Hcru tho pleturosque rocks of Hadji wero Inspected, whloh arij held In venoraUon for mllos around. The highest poak of theso rocks was climbed by Miss MaoLood and ihor companions a feat which tbo naj lives doclarod to bo Impossible. Lrtfco Chad was then crossod tri kotoko canoes. This Journey toon olght days, flvo of which woro spent out of sight of land. Noar Lako Chad tho grave of Lieut, ilioyd Aloxandor was visited the pa. Ithetio object of Miss MacLeod's lonsl Discussing her travels at Plymouth. Jofferson Potlock took his family to Tickvllle one day last week and hud the picture artist to tako them In a group. Tho family wns so large the photographer had to write "over" on tho bottom of tho plcluro. The Deputy Constable has decided to try to capture that standing Ono Hundred Dollars Howard that has been offered for so long through tho weekly papers by thu I loll Catarrh Company. enty years of age. Luke Mathowsla will soon ho sev He remombers many Incidents of pioneer days, principal among them being tho last tlmo Poke Ka.ley worked. H. E. CURLIN-HOUS- E OF QUALITY to school Little Fidlty Flinders has Rtartcd at thu Wild Onion, school-hous- and today surprised tho tench or by presenting lo him a nlco boiled ogg. -I- The dog crop of Kontusky, Of which Fallon county has her share, remains on tho nvurago. There wore H3.S8 dogs reported to Stnto Auditor JumcH In 191 1. This report means that after tho sheep havo been killed or tiled for want of bolng killed nro paid for thoro remains about jr,0,000 to go Into tho school fund. There Is ,a habit nnd a delusion among a largo number of our people o go to somo nearby town or city to "hop, believing that thoy can purchase cheaper. Wo think theso good Ioplo may bo buncoed by tholr own Miought. I'leaso reckon your own car faro and tlmo, If tho latter Is worth anything. If Hickman mcrchnnU try to "soak" you or havo not what you want, of courso, you nro Justified to go elsowhoro. Uut first find out by Betting prices and seo what your homo morchonta have. tMIss MacLood sold that the greater T M Fronch was In Fulton, MonShoo repairing Is our hobby llck-iiinu jpart of tho route chosen wo unknown (to Drltlsbors. Harness Co. In tln now DoddR day. On arlviug at Lagos she sold she building. During nn automobile raco at the fwaa surprised to hear rumors that Don't Ujrow tlio old liarnofis away; fair grounds nt Syracuse, N. Y., Sat fMIss MacLeod" had been massv icrod and oaton by cannlbalsl lot tho lllckuinn Harness Co. repair urday n racing car driven by Leo tlieiu fur you. brother of Hamoy, leaned from Old-fiel- Tobo Moseley reports to Deputy Constable that a stray niulo Jumped into his field thu other night and drank up all the wntor In his pond. A hand organ has been added in the Hxcelslor Fiddling Hand. It was stolen from a blind man nt Tickvllle last week by Itaz llarlow. H. E. CURLIN House of Quality thu track and plunged Into tho throng of sjiectators on tho other sldo of tho fonco. Ten people wero killed Clab Hancock Is getting estimates nnd a number of others Injured. d on tho cost of oponlng a blind tiger wns Internally Injured and also Dodds & Dollow carried off a bunch Tho hunting senson on all sorts or of premiums at tho Union City fnlr suffered n brokon rib. Tho tiro of gnmu, including rabbits and squirrels, on their fino llorshlre hogx nnd lied the car blow up, which causod tho closed Saturday, Septobor 10, until the Polled cattle. Their stork. Is Just iiunll season begins Novembcd K simply premium winners. Fred Hayden said his No. S A fow yenrs ago tho legislature passfarm to Val Carpenter, and will ed a law prohibiting hunting of any All day services nt Sassafras Itldgo Sunday, Sept. "1. Preaching nt 11 uiovo to Wilton, Ark. Mr. Huydon kind during tho two months Immedio'clock. Itoll call at 2 o'clock nml all uindu n trip to thaL plaeo last weak ately preceding the open season for the members are requested to bo proK and tells us that It Is tho finest coun- quail. This was done because many try ho evor saw. While there ho peoplo would go out hunting uudi-out. W. L. King, pastor. purchased nn elght-acrsuburban the pretext of killing rabbits, squlr SPECIAL MEETING. Miss Cora Morohead, stenographer tract on which ho will make bis homo ruls( etc., and would also kill quails Illckmnii Chaptor No. 19, It. A. M., of tho circuit courts of this district, Among tho other fixed advertisements beforo the law was out. In order will Imve a special call lncetluK this has just returned from a trip through ot that section la a citizen S2 years stop this tho law was passed and It evening (Thursday) nt 7:30, for work Kuropeuu countries. Slio visited Kn- old who Is said to havo mado 72 crops Is now regarded as prima facie eviIn ltoyal Aroli doKreo. gland, Wales, France, Ilelgium, Hol- which shows that Wilton Is almost dence of guilt to even be caught In land, Switzerland and Italy. It pays as good as Fulton county In the mat- thu field during these two mouths II. J tUlger, II. P. to bo a court stenographer. ter of health. II. L. Amberg, Socy. with dog and gun. Kuntucklan. Lucky the Snake Crawls. Cambridge, Mass. Tho sorpent la leven wlsor than tho woman tolls us, according to iTofcssor Maynard, tho noted educator hero. In a rather starting statemont, the professor do claros that as a result of a study ot snakes ho Is convinced that bad thoy boon nblo to develop hands and foot Instead ot being obllgod to crawl, tbelr brains would havo enabled thefu to dominate tho world. In that event, ha asserts man would probably havo remained in a primitive, snvngo stato, or possibly oven as an apo. Saturday A. II. licet returned from a flying trip to Memphis, Nashville and other poliiHt. Old-fiel- Is-la- r o 1 -- m$ MMMMHM , M , Mr1--r linn MdMk0 I Made In Syrncuse. i i THE NEW. PECK CLOTHES FOR THE FALL : i HAVE ARRIVED They are correct clean cut and crisp. If you want to feel absolutely sure about style, fabric and a good sense fit, we know that we have the clothes here that will strike your fancy and win your confidence on first acquaintance. I We feel quite sure tnat we have the very Fall Suit here now that will please you from head to foot. All you have to do is name the price and we can show you a range of styles that have your particular idea materialized in every little detail. When may we expect you ? h The sooner you come the more tain you are to be suited. cer- y- . a Kr i v '"- 1 .rit " " Baltzer & Dodds INCGrU'OllATKD ON-EAS- D. G. Co. U ONE AUTO HICKMAN, JOYFUL KENTUCKY. COMMENCING WEEK OFFICERS ELECTED Royal Arch Masons Elect For Ensuing Year. STREET. Country Editor Has Best Time of all. ANOTHER LEE BOAT. For the first time since last June the !.' I J no again put a boat In tho Cincinnati trade Wednesday. The which has i steainor Georgia undergoing oxteiudvo repairs, has re sutned the run. whloli, when the walr Is of sufficient depth. Is said lo be one of the bMit paying on the A two week schedule will be limlii tallied lis long as posslblu Tho Georgia will reach Hickman every other Wednesday. MONDAY, OCT. 2ND. At Night Only, Rain or Shine. I jS fWy ,1 rfV WJ.5WAIN SHOW COMPANY V OinrsT RiGfiEST. BEST EQUIPPED AND MOST FAVORABLY KNOWN SHOW OF ITS KIND IN AMERICA. Mammoth Rain Proof Tent, Kant Leak Enough Seats for a Whole Town. Leading Man, Bigger Tent, More Seats, New Plays each Night. Cowboy Band and Orchestra. Free Band Concert on Principal Sts., 10:30 a. m. Mon. New this SeasonLeading Lady Ill B Glad U Kum Cvery onco In a while somo cheerItnyal Arch Masons of Hickman Chuptur No. tO, at tliolr regular meet-lu- g ful Individual remarks to us: "Well Monday night elected the follow- now that the apur Is out I suppoiie you can take It easy for thrt-- or four ing officer to survo for ono yoar: days." Yes, how delightful It Is Rov. II. J. II. I. that a country editor has practically . Dr. II. E. 1'rath.ir, King. nothing to do between press days. J. V. Mnyes, Scribe. When pajKir bills come due mouey , II T. C. HoslH. drops off tho trees with which to my II. I.. Amburff, Sec'y. Subscribers vie with ouch the.u J. M. Hubbard, Treas. other to see ho can pay tho farthII. C. Holm, l'rln. 8ouJ. est In advance. Advertisers beg for II. N. Cowglll, H. A. Capt. addition space. And tho way of the t H. TravlH, 3rd Veil. news hunts Up the editor Is aliio T. A. Stark, 1st Veil. pleasant to conteinpln'e. There Is Klrklndall, 2nd Veil. Jim. something really Ktrango about tho ('. A. Johnson, Sentinel. wny tho news Items act. When the pnjer Is out the editor simply goes to his desk and leans back In bis READ ARTICLE IN COURIER. easy chair and looks wise and waits May Mean Small Fortune for Them. for next week's press day. Tho day before press day the people lino up Three ueoks ago tho Courier print- In front of. the office door and then ed an article to the effect that Mrs. file pass his desk and tell him nil the K. II. Owen, or Arlington, will fall news of the week. He writes It up liclr to a fortune. She Is related to In ten or fifteen minutes, takes It Sir George Calvert, who was given back and hangs It on the hook, rhu a tract of land located in the City of comiKisllor takes the copy, shake It Iialtlmore, by the King of Kngland. over the typo cases, say a few myslcaso expired on It sovoral tic words, the typo files Into placo A years ago and tho property has been nnd after a few passes by tho foreIn litigation sluce, but tho estate Is man the forms nre ready for tho press again. And the editor goes now roady for settlement. developed that Fulton coun- down and deposltes some more money It has ty has several heirs to tho estate In tho bank. It Is the greatest snap and they are getting plans on foot In tho catalogue. Now If the editor to prove their Interest In It. They could only do away with press day, aro: Israel Clark, Mrs. M. B. Iloso, his joy would be complete Mrs. 1. H. Henry, Mra. Sam Chandler, of Tennessee, and tho children of Subscribe for th CoarUr. Obld Clark. Services of tho Methodist congreThe amount that each of tho abovo gation next Sunday will be In the will receive Is In tho neighborhood of Sunday School at Court House. $12G,000. 9:45 a. in., nnd preaching nt 11 a. It pays to take this paper. m by tho pastor. We will omit tho evening services In favor of tho reMrs. S. V. Gregory and daughter, vival services at tho Uaptlst church. MIkh Frances, after two weeks visit Wo hopo our jKioplo, when wo havo with Mrs. Harry Holcombo, returned no services of our own, will attend to their homo In Jackson, Tenn., at tho Uaptlst church and get all Sunday. benefit as possible nnd encourage nnd Sunday School of tho West Hick- help them. G. W. Wilson, pastor. man Uaptlst church ovory Sunday linrness at tho Genuine hnnd-madmorning at 9:30, preaching every flrtf Hickman Harness CO. now located Sunday nt 11 o'clock; Sunday night In tho new Dodds Uulldlng. nnd third Sunday night at 7:30. Will bo preaching there SepL 2C, 27 at 7 From a news standpoint things o'clock by somo ono who may attend aro extremely quiet In Hickman this the association. W. L. King, pastor. week. o Jk-alu- Ie West Hickman Cash Grocery (McthenyS Old Stand) Im-- rlr Staple and Fancy Groceries We Sell Cheaper for Cnah. 'lr. -- S. I'. Dodds returned Tuemlay from a hunting trip In Dakota. He was a guest of Mr Hewitt of the Chicago Northwestern It It, and Uiey maduthu trip from Chicago In Mr Hewitt's private car Mr Dodds says ho hud u great time, there being an abundance of prairie chickens, ducks, etc FLOUR Snn Pnriel, per bbl. " Star " Purity $5.00 4.50 4.00 Pillion won the pennant in the Kilty league baseball circuit for ho season of 1911. Out of GC games played, Uiey won 3D, giving them a percentage of .C9C. Our flour hns given satisfaction and we still guarantee it. W. T. Grissom Gloves Gloves We have the TUF-NU- T line of gloves, the one that you are sure to receive satisfaction in the wear, and we will be glad to make it that way. Automobile, Gauntlets, Cuff, Wrist and Boys. We have all kinds of gloves and all kinds of prices. Gloves to suit every person with the price to suit every purse. We ask you to see our line before you buy for any purpose. o H. E. CURLIN House of Quality ea r KENTUCKY STATE NOTE8. Itoma Gathered From STATE WANTS LETTERS What will Stop a Hack Break a Grip Destroy a Bark, yet keep you from a coffin and only costs 25 Over Tho State. In Kentucky per acre uru vulued at from S3.3I to J80.07. Tho total valuo of all tho land In Kentucky for taxation la J361.55C.C18. and the total number of acres 24,223,-CSmaking an average valuo of land Irnnkfort.-I.n- nds r I m . Little Rock (Ark.) Board of Trad Issues Bulletin of Allurements for Benefit of Immigrants. Llttlo Itock, Ark., Sept. 19. Tho Llttlo Itock board of trade has issued a bulletin showing that the tide of immigration to Arkansas has turned from the northern to tho southern nnd southeastern states, and Is heavier than ever, and that tho newcomers nre from tho professions as well as from tho mercantile life. Tho bulletin Is based on Information obtained from C. U. Schmidt, Immigration commissioner of the Itosk Island lines. That road has brought to tho states lu which tho system operates 509,801 Immigrants In the last five years, 20 per cent locating and buying lioineH in Arkansas. Arkansas stands third In tho number of new people received, Texas bflug first nnd Oklahoma socond. The Immigration Increased from 8 for 1900707 to 139.072 last year. 48,-0C- NTEpnOM lAILORING(0. lEWYORK. iT'V ''w r r. J P...-f2SH A&am 3 cents? Tarpine I or ('oiii)lis nnd Colds per aero $14.50. Tho laws governing assessments In this state nro bo defective that when a rulso U mudo on tliu county It must bo on tho county na u whole, nnd In a very fuw Instances these Increases In tho lands result In hardships, but uph Is nover tho caso with tho good lands. Tho values of the lands In tho counties per aero for 1911 are- Adnlr, I" 11; Allen. J8.49: Amli.ruon itr.ii. Ballard. J14.69; Darren, J10.C8; Hath. 120.61; Hell, $11. IC; Shirts for Dress and good in quality. CH ICA60 --- m AV I fw i is 'rw m . that are correct in style, handsome in pattern, Ilourbon. ISO 18; Hoouo. $10 $81 80; Iloyd, Helm & Ellison 5fc ffi Early School Oooks. Tbo bora book Invcntod in 1430 and i.ip.1 conildurably up to tho clonu of lha ulxhlitonth century wan tlm usual titbook of tho lmentary school. A ibln flub of hard wood wcw eovrrod with parchmont, on which was printed iba capital and smalt lottrm, numorala anl aome cUmontary ayllablee and wcrdi, Ovr thli a thin ahetjt of transparent cowa horn wm placed and flrtnly bound ao that no rnolituro could peno-trat- a To tbla tbo Illblo nod tho nam-(in- r on which llttlo girts painfully $9 43. lju-ue$13 80; Uurel. $6 89; t'tehfd th Mtere of tbo alphabet. Lawrence. $0.10; Lee, $4 01; Leslie, noroo "Godly ajrln(c" nnd n border of o a. Letcher, $7.70; Low Is, $0.01; herring Hitch, or aomo conventional Lincoln. $21.49; Livingston , $10.18; pnt'rrn of Impoailblo flowers nnd foil- $10 89; Lyon. $7.17; Madison. ao wid tho legend "Mary Smith, her 110 84. MoRoffln. $4 80. Marlon, $13.15; ampler," or tho like, were about all Marshall, $10 20; Murtln, $4.20. Mason. $42 42. McCracken. " tho children ual up to tint 19.C2; McLoan. $13 07; Moado, $9 01; Mennfee, $4 00; of tbo eighteenth century. Mercer, $30 02; Metcalfe, $7.20; Mon.o U your clothes doctor T No roe, $7 85; Montgomery, $31.21;; Mor r place thnn Whltii Ilroa. V Kan, $9 23; Muhlenberg. 10.94; Nelk our business, do our work well son. $1C78; Nicholas. $27 09; Ohio, $901; Oldham, $22.15; Owen, $12.13; X guarantee satisfaction. What mor Owsley. $6 98; I'endloton. $1010, Per. ou want. ry. $621, IMke, $198, Powell, $0.97; $13.99; ( I. Walkwr nnd Alias Hutli Pulaski, $0.71; llobertson, Jtockrastle, $6 41; Itowan. $3.31; Itus-soi- l. . -- il Mr Haiti Pnrktr ami $7.08; Scott, $34 68; Shelby, Harry returned Friday morn- $34.97; Simpson. $13 38; Spencer, in Oklahoma and Menu, Ark , 1C70; Taylor, $0.30; Todd, $1180; vWlliwc. They TrlKK. $7.45; Trimble. $10.30; Union. ') bad in Memphis by C. L. $20.62; Warren, $18.79; WnshlnKton, $10.98; Wayne, $C.Sfl; Webster, $10.62; Whitley. $7.92; Wolfe, $0.40; Woods I. INmUU nnd children rw ford, $64. In Utter Hiri of luitt wik MINISTERS ASSIGNED. ill to Mr, milu lluttiur tit ii, Tftui. West Virginia Conference Appointments In Eastern Kentucky. ry Cowtfll, who la In the .. NnnhvlMt, la rttortl Ashland. Hlshop Morrison's ii or ministers In this district of tho M. U. church. South, nro na folr tuts rtHrHttl to Men- - lows: ii' rv Im U with the MaiiKvl Presiding Kldcr, O. V. Williams. Ashland, First church, A. J. Stwncer; r niv Ashland, Centenary, T. J. Hopson; n ii. itHvliwin vMM friends lllttln circuit. K. F. McKIn; Cutlotts-burK- . ! C. A. SlauKhtcr; CutlettsburK " mi , n fw days kMt v.imk olrrult, C. M. Hall; Dwalo circuit, M. i 'a to fit everybody nl 50c up J Nutter; I no i circuit, II. K. Sencer; i tan Ilroa. Oruntland circuit, K. Yoak; Untysan olrtult. 11. J. Pollard; Orccnup circuit, W II. F. Hall; Hopewell circuit. L. 11. Ode! I; KnvanauRh circuit, W. J. Ix)ulsa, J. W. Crites; 8andy Hook circuit, to bo supplied; Palnta-vlllJ 1). llodd; Plkevllle, I. N. Fan-ulGENUINE IMPORTED PrestonburK. A. A. Holllster; Hus-selP. K. Thornburg; Webbvllto circuit. M H. llrnlmn; Van Lenr Mission, V. II. Surgeon; Denver Mission, D. D. Kaio. . ' - Ilrackon. flu iniir,...n,it Dreckenrldgo. $7 77; Dullltt. iujo; iiututr. $0.98; Caldwell, $9 CO; Calloway, $1173; Campbell, $42 10; viirusiU, ji.iu; Carroll, $2171; Carter, $0 14; Casey, $fl.72; christian, I4 41. Clark. $J8 2G: Clay. $0.73; Clinton, $0 91, Crittenden, $8 30; Cumberland. $8 13; Daviess. $20 79. Kdmon-on- . 17; Klllott. $0.12. Ksllll, $7 31; I'fDelte, $M).07; Fleming. $ISS2. Hod. $0.06; Franklin. $23 03; Fulton. 122. aallallu. $10.17; Garrard. $3.' 10, Clrant. $14.38; Graves, $10.38; (Jr.iy. on. $5 33; (Ireen, $0 4S, Greenup, 17 23. Hancock. $12 23; llnrdlu. $9 91; Harlun. $11 69; Harrison. $29.40. Hart, 19 30. Henderson, $23 27; Henr), I2J8C, Hlrkmau, $19.80; Hopkins. 19 C3; Jackson. 10.14: Ji.rrnrnn ?r. Jessamine. $46.88; Johnson, $9 38, Kenton. J42.56; Knott. $0.00; Knox, , J6.20; ft; $31.83; lloyle. Shirts for Business of neat and becoming patterns and colorings, in qualities that will wear well. ILL. OUTRANKED IN COAL Shirts for Outing with soft collars attached or detached, as you prefer. A big line of new novelties. West Virginia Leads by 15,000,000 Short Tona for 1910 Production, Taking Second Place. Washington, Swpt. 19. Tho decreased production In Illinois und a big Increaso In West Virginia gave the tatter statu in 1910 a lead over Illinois of moro than 15,000,000 short tons, and has apparently established West Virginia as second in rank among tho cual producing slates. Twice before, in 1900 and In 1909, West Virginia's production had exceeded that of IlllnolH, but In each casr the difference was cortryaratlvo-lsmall. The total production of coal In Illinois In 1910, as compiled by Edward W. Parker of tho United States geological survey, In with the Illinois geological survoy, amounted to 45.900,240 short tons, valued at I52.4u5.897, as against 60.904:990 short tons In 1909, valued at $52,405,897. y Shirts for Work that are made to stand hard wear priced reasonably. All Kinds of Shirts for all Kinds of Men at H.E.CURLIN'S House of Quality ln jn'tr. John I lagan wan at homo the la it of lns week. MIhb Mabel Ayors, of Mnblo, this week visiting friends. Is here ' Miss Corn Mootvhoad, of MnyfUld court stenographer. Is hero. Mrs. J(M A. Manual, of Dorena, Is the guest of Mrs Deo Held. Mlsa Mnymo Naylor has return-ifrom n short visit In St. l ltlch-nnlso- e, W. N. KtoBf "of Martin, ha ac ceptcd n jKisltluii In tho postofflco. Dr. C. M. Dlackford has returned from n visit to homofolks lu Uuls-vlllo- . D. II. IollK)vltz returned Saturday from a short trip to Ioulsvlllc and St. Loula. l, Cut., RAINS HAVE HELPED. Glass Embracing nil the new-patterns and an extensive line f the prettiest pieces you ever saw Owlngsvllle. Tho crops of Hath county have como out wonderfully In tho last two weeks. Tho grass will bo tho best fall grass In yours, ns It looks as green ns In tho first of June. Tho tobacco crop will bo good and tho late corn Is coming to tliu front. Tbo f tinners say that corn will not bo so high Young mules aro since tho rain. much higher In prlco than they woro two weeks ago, and horses nro bringing better prices. Cattlo aro on tho riso now and farmers nro anxious to stock up with feeders. Tho potato crop Is u complcto failure Try our washed cooking coal. Uniform size lumps; no dust and dirt. A. A. Faria. Miss Frnnklo Peavlor has returned to Memphis whoro slio is taking busi ness course. Mrs. D. II. Wilson and Miss Mabel Wilson nttended tho State Fulr at Ixnilsvlllo Inst week. At Great Redactions Don't buy Cut Glass until you have seen my line and prices. Kentucky's first woman's rlflo team Mrs. M. Amborg returned Monday was organized with tho following: morning from a week's visit to her Mrs. Jackson Morris, captain, nnd Miss Knthryn Frneor, Mary Foley, Loulso daughter, Mra. Guy Hobblns nnd fam ily, at Mayflcld. Sbeotlngcr nud Qazollo Toombs. Tho governor appointed M. B. Clark as Justice of tho penco lu the Fourth magisterial district of Livingston county, to succeed A. E. Chappoll, resigned. Many New Handsome Silverware Patterns to show you. Antloch Mills Clark AullcV accidentally shot Qutncy lllddle In tho neck. Tho boys, who nro about 15 years old each, went to church at Antloch and together with sovoral other boys woro behind tho house playing with guns when that In Kiddie's hands was dlBchnrgod uud tho bullet entorod lttddlu's ucck. Ho that nscenda tho latter must tnko tho lowest round. All who aro nbovo onco woro below. SCHLENKER The Jeweler Savo from ono to two dollars a thousand on your shingles by buylnu direct from mill. C. M. Yatoa Shlngl Co. nil.. AnaORHnr HllHSOll JollllSOll juBsosalnt; Illckmunltos this week. l3 Heprcsentatlvc Derger, of Wisconsin, declares that wo shall havo old age pensions lu this country within flvu years, and a new constitution within ten. Mr. Derger believes Wo press your ault for 00c, ladlea what he desires to bellevo. plaited or plain skirts 00c. Cleaning When you havo an acbey, stretchy and pressing at reaaonablo prices. feeling and you are dull, tired and dls Wblto Uros., phone 180. cou raged It Is a sign of approaching Hugh O'Donnell has returned to malaria or chills. You should act HER-DINSt. IxjuIs after a short business trip quickly to ward off an attack. offers you tho help you J ed. hero. While hero ho was tho guest of It destroys the malarial germ, drives C. T. Dondurnnt and wife. out all Impurities and makes you feel C. L. Walker, H. P. KobertB and bright, vigorous and cheorful. Prlco II. Schlolchcr, of Louisville, mndo tho 50c. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. trip to Craig's Landing on their tow-boCapitalists who recently purchased returning Sunday Saturday( tho farm of Jim Lea, near Dlandvlllo, night. in Dnllnrd county, aro sinking n shaft for coal. Experts havo cxnmlned tho HENDRIX COLT SHOW. earth on tho farm nnd aro convinced that a fine stratn of coal lies In fact some coal has. been J. C. Heudrlx will glv premiums on tho best colts sired by his stock, found on tho farm, and tho exports In on Saturday, Sept. 23. Tho calta will chnrgo say that Southwestern Ken bo shown on Jackson st.. In Hick tucky Is destined to becomo tho great man, about 2:30 o'clock. First prem est coal mlno center In the state. ium J10; second, $0. Don't forgot Land lu that section Is held at a 2p fabulous prices. tho tlmo and place. E at h. J. J. C. Uondurant and Miss Luetic Dondurnnt wero In Dosdrcn, Tenn., Friday attending tho fair Pockets of Natural Gas Disclosed. Edwardsvllle, 111., Sept 19. Pre llmlnary bores havo disclosed the presence of large pockets of natural gas near Edwardsvlllo, and a new well Is now being sunk at the western limits of the town. The present rate for manufactured gas In Ed wardfiville Is $1.30 a thousand feet, but surrounding communities which The Melonn Brothers Publishing LYRIC THEATRE have natural gas pay as low aa 25 Comauy, of Murray, filed a petition Books Some Good Shows. ceuts a thousand. More Good Ones to Follow. In bankruptcy In tho United States Court at Paducah Saturday. Tho Sept. 30, Tho Night Iltder Co. of Indebtedness Is $5,208, and Oct. IC, The Man on the Box. tho assets aro given aa $2,700. The Nov. 15, Flnnegan's Honeymoon. copany was composed of John and ' laaBBBBaKaW Dec. 29, Peck's Bad Boy. Perry Meloan, who published the r fcM'jyal Jan. 3, A Bachelor's Honeymoon. Gazette, a weekly paper, which hus Jan 13, Thelma. been supporting O'Hear for governor. The Yankee Doodlo Jan. The paper has been published but a Stock Co. few months. Feb. 29, Human Hearts. II. P. Dobcrts nnd Itobort SchleichMar. 19, Tho Olrl and Tho Tramp. Mongol Box Company, er, of tho Mnr. 20, Tho Thief. Ijoulsvllle, came over Friday from uVaaaHV Mengelwood and visited the Mengel As strange as it may seem a May-fiel- d plant here until Monday, going to St. sportsman, while on Prairie lake I,ouls Dranch from here. fix near Wlckllffe with a party of friends Dee Henry returned Saturday night waa bitten by a fish no not a suako on the towboat from tho Hunter but a big gar fish, The victim was Tract at Craig's lauding where ho Attorney It. G. Hobblns and he has went ou business for tho Mongol Dox suffered terrible pains slnco It was Company. done, which was last Tuesday. Mr. Alex Nalfeh. Miss Crabtreo returned to Nash- Hobblns' foot and leg are badly swolwho will open a new grocery store ville tho latter of last week after a len nnd the Injury is causing him In West Hlckmnn In n short time. short visit to Miss Lucllo Dondurnnt. so much trouble that serious results aro feared. Muyflold Mussenger. Ho has Just finished n hnndsomc Frnnk Smith left Sunday night for brick building which ho will use. Alex In 1S75 Jus. D. McCreary, who was Is also member of tho firm of Nalfeh Nashville where ho will enter tho law then the democratic candidate, was department of Vanderbllt, llros,, who run n dry goods and clothelected governor of Kentucky and ing store on Clinton street. Why not use dustlesa coal for cook- John C. Underwood lieutenant goving. A. A. Farla bos Uio real article ernor. During Governor McCreary's at tho right price. term of offlco two United States senaSwellings of tho flesh caused by cold, fractures of the bone, Your state, county and school tax tors were chosen James B. Beck, toothache, neuralgia or rheumatism In now duo and payable. Goalder for six years ou the 4th of March, 1877. and Gen. Jno. S.' Williams for can bo relieved by applying JohiiBou, Sheriff. 1S79. This administration was conSNOW LINIMENT. It should John Fettie nttended tho State Fair sidered one of tbo best that Kenbu well rubbed In over tho part affect tucky had. Muyfleld Messenger. ed. Its great healing and penetrating at Umlsvilla last week. power cases tho pain, reduces swelling and restores natural conditions. Price 26c, COc and $1 per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. HTHERE is nothing like buying your clothes from the right house. Get them from the biggest merchant tailors in America and get them right. They have the knowledge and experience behind them, and besides they give you a bigger and wider range of style and fabrics than anyone else. And they guarantee your suit to be right or you needn't take it. Get measured now and get real stylish clothes at a price that suits your purse. all-wo- ol S? MILLET & ALEXANDER f Hlt tB Jm UAL-LAUD- Coming Soon MAGNIFICENT Menke & Coleman's Floating Hippodrome Positively the largest and best equipped floating theatre in the world today, presenting lis King i Jam" A Stupendous Musical Production. 50 People Special Feature Creations WATCH AND WAIT FOR DATE tfl 1 1 1 LLn Corti'iM M, SUCCESS No WITH SWINE Insurmountable Obstacle to Industry in South. Quotations From Some of Actual Prao- tlces Followed by Succesiful Hog Ralsen Some of Difficulties Encountered. my a n. Ai.Koun. Tho fallowing quotations glvo some of tbo nctunl prnctlcoa followed by successful bog raisers and suggest somo of tho most serious obstacles likely to bo encountered. In speaking of raising bogs for pork, Mr. Poster of Ioulslnna says: "I think two litters should be raised whom wlntor pasturo enn bo bnd cheaply; otherwise only a spring r to bo turned oft at eight or nluo months. In feeding brooding sows, I simply seo that they aro Improving In flash and Btrungth and bavo laxatlvo food bofore, farrowing If pasture docs not keep their bowels In good condition, I feed bran or cottonseed meal for a short time previous to farrowing. On our plantation I put up 32,000 pounds of gTeon bacon last wlntor at a cost of a llttlo loss than 3 cents por pound on corn and alfalfa pasturo, charging corn at 0 cent per bushel and pasture at S per aero, but charging nothing for fencing, shelters or labor, ns tbo pasture (40 acres) furnishing a grant deal of feed for my colts, mulos and cows. The greatest obstacfe to success, I think. Is dlsoaso caused In a majority of cases by crowding too many bogs together and disregarding sanitation. I Dover keep more tbon throe or four Utters, having my pasture subdivided by portnblo fences Into small lots of one-hal- f to ono acre each, with n cheap shelter In each lot. I nover saw nil of a largo bunch of bogs do "well when fed together. Tho fowcr In a drove tho better." Professor Duggar of Alabama: "Two Utters a year are practicable and profitable. "Tho principal obstacles to success lit-to- lr CB. ZlMmetnin Co.-- V-. The Old Cabinet Maker says: Whenever you buy furniture, whether it be a bookcase which is an evidence of refinement and today a necessary accessory to every home or whether it be a common kitchen chair, your selection should be made so as to get the required pieces in perfect harmony with the balance of the furniture in the room. That is what produces true homeness, that sense of comfort and contentment so desirable. Our stock enables you to select the furniture that goes well with any kind of surroundings and is good, strong and durable. Think what an advantage this is over buying away from home where you simply see pictures and vague, exagerated descriptions. Come into our siore and you will find the pieces of funiture you need, of the right quality and at the right prices. by proper fencing, foedlng and n knowledge of tho moans by which It Is dlHHeinlnatcd id The cost of making hog-tigfences nrouml fields where hog crop should bo grown "(c) Scrub Jilood due to keeping "tfl Financial ! hogs pant the ago of twelve or fifteen months, n ml similar errors of Judgment due to until of Information." I)r Nodding of Georgia says- Ml prefer to have sows farrow In Mnrrli. the pigs to be made Into baron tho following December; harrow again In September, tho pigs to bo sold for butcher' meat nnd consumed fresh. The March pigs In December should net 200 to 22G pounds each. Tbo salted xrk should be ready for "smoking" by February 1. Tho September pigs should bo kept In good butchers' nnd sold as tbo market may vuniabl some floating thtxtlro. the Hippo- shows afloat. drome. Wo hove known Mr. Mmike Don't forget wo have tho best iQh for sovornl years, and a flnr fellow If anyone can make n of uiutrewies. Illckmau Furniture Co never lived. Fiult Jars nt UetUiraworth tt I'rstu mirt-oof the river show business. Monko should be tho man For many Wo notice our old friend J W years lie was tho business gott r fu, Mtnko has formed n partnership with (,'ooloy d. Ilngnii. and lias a buim, In every town along tin- - U. llrud Oalfiniin In the boat show busiper- Its dollars to doughnuts that ih n ,,, ness They will give their first formance In lllckiimn. on their hand- podrumo has ono of the cIih,, THE REAL con-dltlo- n CLOWNS demand. IK' HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCORPORATFD UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office m SHINGLES s AT MILL PRICES ivrnTnT.-nivr TUB y buying direct from the Mill. I manufacture the best shingles in the State. All are almost half an inch thick, anJ guaranteed. a AT'f rriOPIT $3.00 2.65 2.00 "Ht'foro farrowing, sowh should ba kept In good, thrifty condition, but certainly not fat, with moderato Mercian required, or at least provided for. After farrowing, tho best and most food nutritious and should bo given mashed and scalded oats, shorts, bran, corn meal, wet up with water, somo green food, and pas-tur-o Plenty of pure, clean water U Tho llttlo pigs should be desirable taught to drink skim milk, thin bran mashes, and the like as soon as possible hater they should havo a regular allowanco of mashed oats, bran and porn meal, with such green food as ma; bo avallablo. I consider thi common collard an excellent soiling food for hogs. The collard leaves aro especially suited for growing stock of all kinds, but particularly for bogs. The plants should bo set out ono foot rows. In rich soil. apart. In three-foo-t In April In a few weeks feeding mny begin by pulling out every third plant nnd feeding them wholo. I.ntor, each nlternato plant of those remaining may be removed and fwl. After th patch has boon thus thinned to ono plant every three feet, commence to prime,' that Is, pluck off ono or mora of tho bottom leaves of each plant, and so on all summer nnd fall "Lucerne Is nn excellent soiling plant, bettor and more convenient than rod clover Tho saccharin are: sorghums and Indian corn (In roast. "(a) Tho want of a morkot at Ing ear) fed 'stalk and all are both steady prloes. We neod packing good. houses. It should not cost over 15 or $8 to "(b) The attempt to mnke corn, produco a hog weighing 200 pounds. In most southern "I know of no Insurmountable obwhich la communities, the main or solo food stacle to profitable vog raising for tho hog. Wo nocd special hog throughout the south. In fact, there crops and pastures prepared especial- Is hardly an Impediment In tho way. pastures Is Wan of ly for hogs. "(c) Cholera, which Is largoly pre-- noticeable" high-priced d OF LIFE Are Those Without A Iv.lKii.. 4 Is J mm i.ll .l N. ii HPHE clowns of life are those who always thought it funny to spend nil they made, and still think it funny that they can't get ahead, and they will always be funny till they cease to be clowns and, tI BANK ACCOUNT t start a bank account. The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. w :VA. ' Best Heart Shingles, per 1,000 " ' Best Prime " " Economy Kept in ; aw SBBK1 LM v.x'N. 1 V ri v t 4A.BBBBBBBBbV in i IHHsVhikAsVE flBBT sV I .ysHksQ akV- SvBBBHBBWBBHBBT Slm stock at at my place in West Hickman, or may be had at Mill at Tyler. Ky. Don't Place Your Order Until You See Me 'laVWlii " W1 t tl JLWBljBBBBkiHBBVBr liiiVBBBBHBBBBBSBE9BSBIjHiBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB c. H. SMITH Jan. 1 A ProflUlilo Bunch. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY (i . . There's Only One Light These dnys after all. You may put up with old lights and try to say they are good enough, but in your heart you envy those who enjoy the electric light. The invention of the Tungsten lamp hns greatly reduced the cost of electric light. Let us tell you how little you can have it in your house for. CoU's Hot Hast tg&Bj&gfert It Is guaranteed to savo a third In fuel over any lower draft stove of the time size, and wo have a letter from the Colo Manufacturing Co. to this effect. Besides this. Cole's Hot Blust burns any kind of fuel, soft coal, lignite, hard coal, crushed coke, wood or cobs. Don't wait until the season Is well on and the rold weather Is here before Investigating the merits of this remarkable heater. We have them on hand ami will be glad to show them to you. Tho price runs from ) J12.00 up. Ul-H- 9aarantaed to be a Money Saver Htr it 0ENE&ALFA&N Vft? S-H0TB t i HICKMAN IIARDWAKL CO. io,r.,.i( FARMERS' TELEPHONES. ,1 v i) . vfsr a mio.v TOrnour ii ir IS Slf.t.T rm k oBtin.moss ii i .11 ons. Kl.f.VIJK rtRI Cllf.CK rinse, t by II II II IS M'l V noir YOV ML ksow rnr.tf Cll. JNO I0R ICIUDOLI..IR Tilt. HI, Li I 11 Htl Cllt.LK Kill If (.IS IX IM'tMKSIIULh H.IKK IIIKL. IStl.LI.tn HICKMAN BANK AND TRUST CO. yWt50.000SV7u s320022j See Our Agent Saad Salamy for high grade LOOK! LOOK! I furnish my medicines and guarantee a cure in... Founders, Colic, Bots Journal.) Ring Bone, Bone Spavin Curb, Fistula, Pole Evil Mott Ayrcs was ovor from Fulton GOAL OIL and GASOLINE Weak Eyes, Sharbon Monday. Miss Annlo Cowgill loft Monday and Lockjaw. Lowest prices and prompt for Naalivlllo to visit relatives. I own my hospital and am ready for delivery. Absolutely Laugh at tho' follies of youth, scorn business. uniform. wine, month does not go far enough after It guts Into the telephone company's treasury to satisfy tho manager who hits to pay tho upkeep and operating expenses on a big rural lino systuin.atid keep a llttlo small change to hand over to stockholders on co In six montlm. He has to cut too many cornors, anil run loo many chanceH of getting caught short of a bank balanco by a sleot storm, or a luw suit. Twelve dollars Is too low for fann ers' Uuo service on tho avuragu system, with tho quality and cost improved as It has be tin In tho lust fow years. It Is tlino to start after this rato. Tho fanners can afford to pay more why should not they bo Induced to rccognlzo value received? Of course wo know whnt tho farmers do when It is proposed to ralBo tho telephone rato. Itut can this go on forovor? What Is tho best way to get tills thing Into better shape? Somo havo done it already. Telephony. (Tho Independent Telephone A dollar a Oata make the best grain ration foi horses In summer One of tho very bost feeds to grow for sheep Is fodder corn. Dlue grass and white clover make an Ideal pasturo for sheep. Mutton breed Iambs should rccetvs grain as early as possible Borne horses havo learned to bat by being overloaded and abused. The Idle curry comb and the fat horse soldom llvo In the same barn. flood time to stop tho loaks Is In tho months whon tho least ratn falls. Frequent watering of the teams during harvest Is good Insurance against sunstroke. Look out for ticks. Tour sheep can not fatten If they are troubled with tbeso pests. Mature hogs that aro thin may bo innuo io gain a nair pound a day on alfalfa without grain. The brood maro In foal should bo handled by n firm, steady hand, not an excitable, rash hand. Do you evor glvo your horse n cool bath In summer? You know how good It feels when you bathe Lime, such As ground oystor shotla or In somo other form fed In soft feed will harden tho egg shells. A horso that Is too strnlght In his posture Jars himself nnd gots all the concussions of tho road. An umbrella on tho cultivator Is a bettor preventative of sunstroko than tho cabbngo leaf In the hat It Is common sense thnt n mature sow win produco largor nnd more por-fepigs than n very young ono. Do not nttompt to rolso fall pigs without having first prepared a por-fesystem of housing for tho winter. et Hickman Ice & Coal Co, (Incorporated) jr. a. DXtiijOixr, srv.r 3vtrx. Cayce Milling Co. Our Mott- o- PURITY and HIGHEST QUALITY We mill high quality grain only, low grade and smutty wheat not received. The publje will please bear this in mind. Flour, Meal, Bran, Chops and Feedstuffs On this bnsiB we solicit the patronage of the public. Grain Deposited at Our Risk and Protected by Insurance. Too much rnln. 195. Crlvo TJm . Trial Botli FIiouom HICKMAN, KY. INDIAN REFINING CO. EVAN SVI LLE R.R.ROGERS, Veterinarian tho counsel of tho and heed not work. tho advice of your elders; but ns surely as tho sun sinks banenth tho sea, Mrs. Just so surely there conies a day of visiting reckoning. prietor For cleaning and pressing phono 'Wo call for and doUver your White Bros. F. B. Wright, of Mnrtln, is her son, A J Wright, pro of tho Ulckmuii Harness Co. Cayce Milling Company 1 Oct. Al-J- . ! y n?9w Repairing a Specialty STARTS OCT. 11. AVIator Who Is to Fly Down Mississippi River. Hugh K. Iloblnsou has boon selectby tho Flight Association to mako the long aerial Journey from Minneapolis, Minn., to Now Orleans. Ho Is ono of tho best known, most rollablo and daring aviators fortunato onough to bo allvo today. HIcktnnn has not been called upon to help pay for this flight, but wo will see tho blrdman Just the samo. Some of our peoplo saw him fly at Cairo, July 4th. Whether or not Itoblnson will bo on this worldly sphere a month from now Is entirely a matter of Robinson's good luck, for ho Is ono of the variety of blrdmen who tompts fato In every flight and then tempts It a little more Just to see how far ho ran go without gettlug hurt. In view of that fact, the Courier gives a little of his "obituary" in advance. Robinson sprung Into fame, or rntlior rode Into It, when bo egaed to loop- til loop In n motorcycle, going at a mile Inlessthaii-nothlnclip The first time Robinson wasn't successful. For three wttks ho lay on a cot In a New Vork hospital the flow era on the wall. A week luter he was at It again This time he did It Thon he began drawing tho biggest salary of any nrrobatlc d n o In this country Hut a few months of this career convinced Robinson that it was anything but pleasant. 8o ho bognri looking around for something moro to his liking. Thou he took up aeronautics. He boldly declares that he never jumped off the barn with his mother's umbrella In the first place, ho says, ho didn't like tho Idea. Ho "might got ed Trans-MlBslssIpand-eoun- ted re-dv-- II (Special Fashion Report from liitchof.) r tifear.y.'-if- - . WIS What she wears A style bulletin published by Mens suits $5.00 and up. Bros. Sullivan & Prattl- Fruit Jars at Betteraworth er's. Mrs. C. C. Smith has been on the sick list. Miss Dottlo Davidson left Tuesday on a short visit to Memphis. New and cheapest line of China In tho city. Hickman Hdw. Co. .tchesnnd all kinds of jewelery re rrj promptly nnd guaranteed by SMITH The Tailored Suit for 1911-1- 2 The new tailored suit is not the old-fashion- & AMBERQ Sleeves arc very close fitting and bet in without any fullness, after the manner of a man's coat sleeve. BROOKS, the JEWELER Joe Oraham has returned from a business trip to Caruthcrsvllle. has been let in by means of clusters of plaits at the lottom. Wide bias bauds of the material set on to give the effect of an overskirt are seen Mr. and Mrs. Newt Osborn, of were here Tuesday shopping. If your clothes come from hero thoy were brought right. Sullivan Uros. Don, son of Clarence Henry and wife, has been quite sick for several OU)S. GOOD USE FOR OLD BICYCLES Rrr Portion of Dltcarded Machine Converted Into Wheelbarrow-Han- dy on Any Farm. Tho old bicycle nro gradually put to oUior uioe. What struck ru (i Tory dotoI Idea vriui Uie cor. ritlnfC of an old blcyclo wheel and ! frsmo from the sent pout to hanger Into tho running year of n any ft writer In tint llotue-mTho ownor of this wheelbarrow i a rlty man, but at he makes good to of It, there Is no reason why a llko (vr.trlTUico would not comu In bandy g d A Bicycle Wheelbarrow. ui on the fnnn lie simply used " rrar part of thn blcyclo. cutting the frame off In front of tho scat post 'k Hut while Jumping off barns did and two braces In tho manner as not appeal to bis fat or, still balloon ' rated, lie claims this runs ea-l- r Jumping did. So ho purchased a hot-ai- r than the ordinary wheelbarrow. balloon and three parachutes. Ho used to amuho himself and thu crowd Oreatett Crops. Wilson says: The treat by Jumping from ono parachute to it crop of America Is grass and then the oilier after be had cut loose from n Next after corn la probably cot-- t the balloon. (This sounds llko a lie, n, then coma wheat and poultry, and wo think It Is.) raCiilns; neck nnd neck. The product On his first practice flight In an of 'he hencoop Is now nearly a valu-Iauroplnno he was Instructed by Glenn as that of the wheat fields." Curt Us, thu master aviator, to run UV machine along tho ground. Lot to Buy 811a. Beit Do not undertake to build your own tell what happened: ilic Nine times out of ten you will "The fool thing stayed on the earth the loser When the lumber, time for about two mlnutos after thoy urn srl n durabllltr of the structure d it loose,," he said recently, "then are .i taken Into consideration, you wl.i n 1 you are coming out at the it Jumed Into thu air Just llko a duck Id been at thu balloon game, but rnsa'i nd of tho horn. this was different. I pulled thu wheel towards me and she went up to quickly that I came mur sliding backwards Wbeu I went to pull It back it had been Jammed. I kept going up rluully, I managed to work it loose Thiu 1 came down." "What hupponid then?" queried nu, ( mlllot for bay just after blosinterested bystander. soms fall. Ilorsoradlih Is propagated easily by "Oil, nothing much. I didn't tako root c jtUngs, ony more lessons, though, for Quite Kenumlly In demand, Horseradish Is a while," he replied In n matter of why not grow 117 The clover belong to the clacs of fact tuna. plants which nro nitrogen gnlherers. When Olu nn Curtis Invented thu hy After the corn ts planted, nnd be- droaeroplane, that aviator decided fore It Is up. It la aU'nya adrtsnblo to that be would like to specialize, so harrow he undertook In the sovdlng of spring grains. It Is of first Iraportunce to aow as early as which has so fascinated him that bo lias given up tho usual fly lug ultogeth possible Hun nnd rain are the ugencles thnt vr and now accepts contracts for thu destroy the palatnbltlty nnd foodlng machine al(me raluo of hny The aeroplane Is "ijjtfb Hko tho prevents The formalin treatment smut In oats but him no effect what- standard Curtlss t pi .Vrce jt that at the end of each planeufillxtd a waever on rust. Moro than 77 per ccit of thn total ter tight compartment lJhlrd Is production of Herman alcohol ts ob- placed under the bai&rufculoV from tained from potatoes Up to tip of the skjirBVvfrcWa,yfc1 Testa hnvo shown tho violet tinted When tho msimnoJin ontlio vartotloa of whlto potatoes to b tho water It Is supportecYjjy t0i- - hydros. highest In nutritive value. To rise thoavlAt BuVyarts A good deal of cultivation can be uv J the dooo on tho smaller farms after tho his motor, and hew t,la corn Is planted nnd before It Is up. surface gathering 'jL.od un tied and whlto Valontlno bunch Into tho air. 'beans are hardy and mny bo sown Robinson will Btart front rfiinneapo-ll- s Jutt na soon as tho ground Is warm on Oct. 11. Just when ho will innd dry. not jot boon To prevent backache n Mnlne farm- reach Hickman has us ho will stop overnight at er has Invented a Jointed boo to throw potatoes Into a net with whlcb It ts every city along tho river which a sufficient purso. jprovlded as thoy nro dug. The clovora and onts, with corn for It Is estimated that bo will receive backing, nnd tho uio of sanitary $20,000 for tho flight, whlcb, If ho should bring fho answer to makes it, will bo a now world's recmont swlno producing problems. nye grnsa Is bollorod to be the old- ord for continuous flight In ou est grass grown especially for forego, having bocn cultivated for that pur-Po-n in England for moro than twa llr. and Mrs. Tom Samuels, Mlsa centuries. Ilarpolo and Wnltor Woods, of Clinton, motored over Sunday and woro ROYAL ARCH MA80N8. the guostfl of 0. C. Smith aud wlfo. Notice Is hereby given of a called W. H. McGoheo will leavo Friday muting to tako plnco tonight (Thurs-lay- ) purpose of con- for a trip through tho Southwest. Ho at 7:30 for tho will visit relatives at Argenta, Llttlo ferring degrees. Hock nnd Itogors, Ark., and San Anii. j. auioEit, ii. i'. tonio ToxaB. It A. TYLKK, Sco'y. t ', aril 1 sneer, and attached it with two hurt." fcrtry Skirts arc all very simply made. In sonic of them added fullness garment,, There is less trimming on built on lines becoming the new tailored suits. The iWjl'la S to but very few people. heavier, richer materials ijUPrn, used in the making do not Nor is it the boxneed it. like suit of last season, Every season the first with a skirt uncomthought of the woman who fortably tight. always looks well dressed, is her tailored suit. It's still r a t h c r For the woman w h o straight and narrow, wants the material, workbut the coat is fitted manship and style of an in a bit and there is a custom-mad- e expensive, greater fullness to the suit at the price of an orgardinary ready-mad- e skirt. ment, we suggest a Bischof Coats Longer model. For years Bischof has Coats arc very nearbeen bringing to American ly all about 28 inches women the best of Paris' long. In the fancier styles. Whether you live models shorter coats in one of the large fashion centers or in a small town, are seen, but the more you can benefit by his practical, tailored world-wid- e knowledge of models arc usually what the season's fashions about 28 inches in will be. length. Wc have a splendid on some of the exclusive assortment of the new Skirts Wider models. Skirts arc from models exclusive form-fittin- severe, Richer Materials Trimmings No g -- ' cleaning and pressing phone We call tor and deliver your work. White Bros. lor 195. iMIss Lmcy Doss and' Miss Opal Crawford, of Dorena, were here Saturday enrouto to Paris, Tenn., on a short visit. Joe Ben Puckett, a well known citizen of Graves county, died very unexpectedly last Thursday night of heart trouble. Joo Gilbert, 38 years old, a well-knofarmers of the Palestine community In this county, died Friday of typhoid fever. I will receive another shipment of that fine cooking coal this week. Better get your order In now It you want it. A. A. Faris. Jessie Eddie Pierce and Miss Lllla Alma Davis and Rufus II. Hicks and Mrs. Nancy Jones were granted license to marry this week. We have it on pretty good authority that Judge H. F. Itemley will probably make the race for county Judge in the next county campaign. Tho biggest engineering project ever undertaken in Graves county is now under way. It is being put through by the farmers of the Obion creek bottom near Pryorsburg, westward for a distance of about ten mlles and means the building of a drainage canal twenty or more feet wide and about ten miles long. Tho cost of the Job will be In the neighborhood of 20,000, and it Is to be met by the land owners, through whoso farms the ditch must pass. Tho bottom seems to have dropped out of the cotton market, and while local buyers are paying all the market Justifies, It Is entirely too low. Farmers who can possibly do so, we believe, will do well to have tholr cotton baled and hold It a month or so. The crop Is really short this year and the only excuse for tho present low figure Is that so much of the staple is being dumped on the market Just narrower anything than this is very rare. 2xi to 3 yards in width designed by Bischof for us. Come in and see them. and suits coats Hob-Inso- n PjMxSs a Smart Fall Millinery We are now ready to show you the largest and best selected line of Hats ever shown in this vicinity. TURBANS, TOQUES, LARGE AND SMALL DRESS HATS PICTURE HATS CHILDREN'S HATS "h)dro-ueroplaulug,- " ers, who desire to realize on their cotton at once, are shipping It to a Memphis concern and receiving an ad vanco of SO per cent of tho present prlces( and holding same until they see fit to sell. Whatever the means adopted In the matter of holding, it will in tho end pay big dividends. In price There will be a and that beforo snow flies. If thero ever has been a season when tho Fulton county farmer should receive a fair price for cotton, it Is this year. Don't blamo tho local gins becauBO they cannot pay more. Thoy are doing their best. But If you want a decent price for your cotton, think over this matter of holding beforo you decide to sell. REAL E8TATE at this time. Some of our plant- ;l T. d, In fact, everything fashionable shown this season. Our prices, as usual, are most reasonable. bud-Bcrlb-es Deeds Recorded with County Clerk DUrlng Past Week. See What Is New S. A. &. Q. W. Johnson to W. A. Brown, lot in Cayce, ?100. 4 in Tailored Suits, Coats, Trimmings, Silks and Wool Dress Fabrics, Neckwear, Hosiery, Shoes, and all the accessories of Dress. So many new" things are here that descriptions are Mrs. Percy Jones to C. II. Moore, lots lu East Hickman, U-11- T. II. Barnes to W. E. Nichols, lot Henry addition, $500. AHco M. Murphoy to Mrs. Mario Aycrs Boswcll, 'ot Fulton, $300. J. T. Plummer land, $1,000. M. to Martin to F. Head, in- impossible. J. Crawford 108 J. Wilds, $36G.CD. terest lu acres land, Urn Usher, ago 87, a citizen of Graves county for nearly 40 years, died near Mayflold Sunday oyonlng. Ho was Uio father of J. W. 'Ushor, tho chnlrmnn of tho Dark Tobacco Vssoclatlon In Graves. F E. Caso and wlfo and P. Caso and wlfo motored to Clinton it, At Fulton Saturday evening Miss Stella Sams und Tommlo Caglo and Miss Klttlo Sams and It. L. MoWhor-to- r were tho parties to a doublo wedding at which Esq. Futrcll officiated. Tho brides aro daughters of Mrs. Chas. Sams, of Moscow, and tho ............ i.a mnntlinra nt thn HahIa and MoWhorter families living northeast, of Clinton. W. C. Sowelt to Jas. Board, acres land, $9,500. 110 SMITH & AMBERQ Guy McConnell to W. C. Sowell, 20 acres, $1500. ell, II. Y. McConnell to Mattle A. Sow115 acres, $9770. DO It. O. Jackson to W. A. Greer, acres laud In bottom, $1125. 11111 !! ' mi Practical Fashions ' FLOUNCED SKIRT. Our Display of Millinery.... This Year is the Handsomest We Have Ever Shown Never before have we shown such a wonderful collection of Hats, which combine the highest quality and style and represent some exclusive style distinction that will immediately find praise and admiration in the heart of every discriminating and fastidious dresser. Let us SHOE you once and we willl SHOE you always. We are prepared to fit any foot in the latest styles in Gun Metal, Vici Kid, Patent leather etc. including the new high top boots in black and colored tops for Ladies, Misses and : : : : : Children. HL 23. 1911 'I Call and see us. Fuqua Helm & Co. 1,1 NAYLOR HARRIS. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. Hickman, Ky . Judge ami Mrs. W. A. Nay lor announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Mayine, to Mr. Oce Harris, the wedding to be solemnized October 24th, at 9 o'clock, at the Cumberland Presbyterian church. Sept. Whereas, on July 30th. 1911, God. In His lirflnlle wisdom, saw proper to Whether for plain material, for bor dered goods or for flouncing this model Is novel and nttractlre. The upper part of the skirt has four gores, which form points in front and back. them tlrere is a gathorod. flounce. The skirt Is slightly high walstod. Unen, foulard, broendo, gingham, cheviot. tc are appropriate materials. The pAttorn (6521) is cut in sizes 11 to 30 Inches waist moasuro. Medium size requires 5U yards of 30 Inch material, bordered, plain or flouncing. Ho-lo- The Republican: You're a Democrat, and situation now In view. What pboze of politic U Interesting to you? I'm for the Couuty Unit, Bay you're for 11 too, But as I first heralded it, question'.! up to you. The Democrat: I'll admit that you proclaim the credit, And am in favor where credit Is due In giving the doubUnl discoverer all that he would eschew. But if you're for the County Unit, And I'm for the Couuty Unit. too. If the political proposition Is 'lousy Then the 'nits' are "ull on you. with the the most and you " now the J. T. Dillon. The young ladles of Hast Hlckniau will give an ice cream supper tomorrow (Friday) evening at 7:30 for the benefit of East Hickman Chapel. The tsupper will be given In L. C. I.uus-ford'- s yard. All are cordially Invited. Mrs. .W O. McMillan entertained a few friends at an elegant four-courdinner In honor of her husband ' birthday. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Meach am, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmidt, Mis Dora Cavitt and Mr. Hawkins. Wednesday evening, remove from our midst our esteemed friend and Mellaril T Tyler, president of this Hoard, Resulted, That in his death our BIZB, 5521. NO. Board has lost its most loyal and NAUR zealous member who was ever ready and willing to do anything for the TOWN betterment of our levee. btrbbt and no Resolved, That It is due mainly because of his untiring efforts that our STATB. levee waj ever commenced and completed. Saving Window Shadea. IteMlved, That our community, in When you buy new window shadea which ho a; bom and lived, has lost got thorn or havo them mado a foot a landmark, a friend to public enteryou really neod. Thon. prises, and an upright and worthy cit- longer than when tho hero wears out as It will-- cut izen lu every respect. off the torn part, reverse them, Resolved, That these resolutions be and they will look like new and wosr spread upon the record book of our twice as long as they othorwlao would, Board, and that a page be sot apart as practically no wear ozcept from therefor, and that they be published rolling comes on the top and middle. in the Hickman Courier. D. B. Wilson, Help. Val Carpenter, Miss Casey And when wo are marV. A. Johnston, ried, papa, wo am going to build a We aro saving for It bungalow. T. A. Udford, now. II. O. Helm. , Casey And Ot'll holp yo, Board. Ot'll begin savin' the bung now, though 't will tako a long tolme Iny uso The Courier this week contains 14 to save enough to bo v you have Puck. pages all home print and not read it all unions you have read that number. The Courier is so much TO BUILD ELEVATOR. larger than the average country week' We have It on good authority tint ly that folks are apt to think the of lx'xle l'arka and his second wictlon is merely another Cou- Union City, will be hen today to look rier. after putting In a big grain elevator Marx-Sburo- To procure to "PaUxrn Writs name aura to etv thin nl 10 rnta Department." of this paper. and aililrM plainly, and l alia and number of pattern. !" JUST RECEIVED New Velour Shapes and Tailored Hats.... We have just received another large shipment of the newest shapes and tailored hats. We invite your inspection. BALTZER & DODDS INCOIU'OllATKl) D. G. CO. M.iUl WlUoii, i.iii of ii popular 4 i ta. uaa j lomplhuinit,! un lost Friday Mi mm- Virginia ('rather Citation,. Hubbard, nt the beu home r t) taur. mtorlalned Miw. First Methodist Church, Hickman, Ky. limit tn i . iMtoMUulljoM U'lwivt-l- y - Tlw. owr tt ftooi . . ifertmiiMl l4nr4 iuhhI mn-M- in nrvrn und rfalaW belli. VIHm . E. B. Reeves returned Tuesday from a trip to Birch Tree, Mo., where he wont to look after his farm. He also made a short stay lu Memphis on his league near the old paint shops. It is said there Is no doubt about, It being built and built at o'nee. Further particulars later on the Industrial ihr the auil limit yoHii ; kl4h return. SHOW BOAT TUESDAY NIGHT. , Barnell Wright Is visiting Ion City. In l'n COMING" October 3 & FLOATING All kinds & of school shooe. Millet H A Alexander. Miss Minnie Bowel, of Jordan, visiting in Hickman. Attorney Fry Is hero from Union City taking depositions. a. T. Howard, of Kullon, died He was C9 Tumi-da- y yours old. HI lj- - ay fM l The local pastor lt v WiKou Weber, of the First Methodist thurch at Juckuiv''TH be an unusually strong preacher, and iurffieor'o t,youHiiiu nionts to attend these service. mf br ljth renvoi mating will lx,ir. at tla c bur. h(ii 'ii(laj inorinnsr. (KUi by It.-J I. He is wild it lew u( lUm yoiliMI mai ttf the ItolMtre, ru Hti-t- l iitio Um- - iIImJhk HHHIi Where M lorn, . I'ruUi. r ami HiiblNtrd oriina. puiiiii AihI nf(r griliif ln.li.ir... in. KtHtiU fOIIHtl tlllr I'lJ .it Hi. mni ubUa lyr uivntia ol limine t iiiiaiy filauH unrda. i. iliai K.inie uitrantIiiK u nil .i ImiIIi old and pi.-After all hud tried their i in thtH line, i'ruthcr and H Iwrd KMie to eaih u card and i. with the rMjiieat ihat they writ- a rpl Included tmr of tht urrui frhnda m ih) ' oiing--l(Hur- tM . MUi . - arrange I'rea. W. I,. Brown, of the Industrial lague( is la town today. "i'k Menke Coleman's Mrs. John Klrklndall has been quite sick for several days but is reported better. Mrs. Will Hubbard returned to Union City yesterday after a vUlt with Mrs T. T. Swayne. See ua before buying your fall suit. We havo tho goods and will tave you money. Sullivan Bros. W. C. Johnson, J. B. Wheeler und A. Q. Klmbro motored to Muyfleld this morning. We are told several Hickman soft drink dlspeusers were Indicted by lie grand Jury for selling "Teinperltio" und "Spray." Both uro supposed to be beverages, and to conform to the local option law. The manufacturers guarantee tlieuo drinks to contain less than li per cent of alcohol If these drinks are Intoxicating. It Is right that their sale should be stopped. If stuff of this class must no longer bo sold in Hickman, It should ulso bo cut out lu Fulton. Reports would lead the uninformed Ic believe that Fulton refreshment parlors uru selling something a good deal stronger than either of these. Whatever dlsjKisitlon is made of these cases, It should at least bo uniform I throughout tho county. wBe 'T-T- " nn ii Sure of r Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, frc. Office. See samples. letter of advice for tho bride. N HIPPODROME PRESENTING A BIG MUSICAL COMEDY Jit Courier Your Medicines Good medicine is often more necessary thnn good food. When yon are strong and well, a little poor food may not do you any harm, but when you are weak and sick, one spoonful of poor medicine can do you untold injury. You will find it safe to always depend on us to Julian Choato, TXT 33 King of Kazam FEATURING THE MOST SENSATIONAL ACT IN VAUDEVILLE Be Sure of Your Medicines. "CREATION" HELM & ELLISON Hfc JB there vim much good advice and m.n goI wlshen, but let tm hopo that '' little bride will not have to ''utnn for all of It and tho fortunate grn not have to lite up to nil the lhn IIioko many glrlo advlued for and galnat. That nil might know Iiih her fortune each guest then dr from n umall gulden baxkel u tu heart, bearing n number, from win.Mr. Clarence Heed told whnt was n lore for eacli one prcHent, out t which tho company hnd much mr' ment. While tlio dollcloun refrosa menta of lemon cream and angel fo cake, wna being nerved, tho color Hiring band, atatloncd in tho yard b gan playing and singing. Tho majoi lly of tlioso present could not rem Hitrh splendid music bo tho rugs wcr turned back nnd dancing enjoyed u 111 time to bid the charming hostoscs good night. -