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W5lJVi jfc j $1 In per Year Advance tll-- n wn-- Si i ircptlotia to Only tni rule urfily 1c It OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY v This Paper Always Stops when your time ti out. we dont believe In forclns a on anyone. fnper ito not want to ni 1 1 a ropy, keep tbe anbscrlp-tlo- n paid up. A notice of expiration U given hero IS days aliead with 1 n 1 Twenty .a MttT at i yrr (MIOIIjll. irnr MirNo limn In III Ollll niiioiiiil lor n I tint ultra ctii, I inlMT nil Hit riiumyniiu Local News THE HICKMAN Volume 52 From Caurttr F tin, Jttpt. 73, ill-- . HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, eURlBR. 1911 Number 15 DIED OF TYPHOID Lon Williams A Blue Mark Bisiaaisiaiaiaiajaiajsiai'SEEjaiaisisiaiaiaE ajaiSHaEfaMaisEiaiaEEEEEisjaisjasjaa.' fc I. Twenty Years Ago ISOI - fc Dleiitelbrliik. Str. Quincy, now in St. Louis-Ne- w Orleans Service. Illness of Fever Results Fatally. S CT. O. STTJTBBS Building, ovrr i .Mowing were I Ik- officer anil if (ho lllrkinnii Rank ChaH i, I'res; Jno W. Cowglll. V. V The C JoIiikhhi. Cashier mm were C. IlulUor, It T. Ty- j V Cow gill J. W. I'owall. H lii.winl, A A. Farts and W. A. ,. k Tlit'' had u pulil iii oupltal u.i-. . A KurtH. ph)lclnn, II. C. W , iluuuil. (ili.im g. . Tylar ware lu the fur-i- n lllJHlllWtfH. llanmKt', marbK Korku, John Witting. KnxcrloH, 0 II KfliiKpr. book utoro. A F Ollu-r- , blackHinKh and undortakur, 1'arlH & .' l'arktr lUorj, J. F. dray, U. K. Couuall ii Co.. dry Kooibi, J. AiuburK'ri Hoiih, dry h'hhIh, II. II. llruvnrd, hardwuru; T T dniK; CowkIII & CumkIII. I), i: drug; 0 A. IIoIcoiiiImi, WlUon d Co., lMK)ka. black-hiiiIIIi. KrocurU-n- , nfirfi..s wmm n is mmm lgj7zi''AiJjLC"rirr'Lv:'-:j7-aj4. " vi .i 4ht 't ri,'iT-ryi:jLdizi-i-- mWl t; j; '- " iiTWLW1I 'if-- - i aKi Mi .TTyif .J. irTts 'r Z' " T-- rc-a- t nfcjt. in i y"--- m nn -- . 1 i - 'y .Ui 'i ilru; i ,i uiiiy Clerk Tnylor, I). II. llurn.itl M tinier Henry Ainliorg were vU-- i k d( The handboiuc Stiamer Quincy, formerly of tho Diamond Joe-- line, now in thu regular eenlce of the Strtckfun line Two other boats will he added which wilt give them a swill fleet. Tho Quincy paused Hickman last week on her Initial trip 1). W. Dloknrhon hud now roru for If your child Is palo and sickly, picks at tho nose, starts In tho sleep und grinds tho teeth while clecplnglt U a suro sign of worms. A remedy for theBo parasites will be found In WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. It not only clears out the worms, but restores health and cheerfulness. 25c per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Hoi Springs. Ark. milt at 40c a buhl. . . i Hirl'r beeaubo the Utter paper putitalimeiit. l.tmi I' It. H. .Murrll publlMhwl HtXlKinifiu Fulioit Fullonlnti look Imud with uotleo rulatliiK lo tho ohldto of J. M. Armstrong, u prominent clll-- i of U lil on ouiinty, mid lur ywir u i r Hi tliu Mrthodlst rlmreli, wan Mvtcrvil lo limo two wtv&s wlft v.. - luriilnK tip ul Kankaho. 111. in him 0xjHilloi (rum Hit uhtiroh, Kicil fur Wijnmy. bill onoaid from , W. T. Parham ban had In Ills keeping n Masonic sword, which wan forMlllllllOlltl (lt'llKJll. merly tho property of C. M. Wood-rliiwho died nt Troy, Tnn. Mr. Frtlc llHllnur wm thu N. C. A. .St. I'urlinm left the nword at tho CourI.. at lllokuinn. n ier office Friday to bo kIvoii to I Masonic loilge, bolloilni; thu Tho bouiu of Cororul J. 1. Ilimy, Masotm would appreclato It more tli.i abovo lUokiiiun, on thu rlvur wan by flra. Aiuuiig otlior HiIiikh he could, an Mr. Woodrinc wan n tuui buriivd wiut a "wur uivdal" bwitovrud bur of thin lodgo C5 years ago. Tho nword Is handsomely engraved nnd upon him by uul of CoiiHrititi for It nnd Itn ncuhbord aro both In excel- - ant lick-luuu'- Lonulo Williams, ago 23, died at his homo near Htttuby pond, near thin city, Friday morning nt 11 o'clock,' a fur a mouths Illness of typhoid fever. Deceased wns one of tho well known and highly respected farmers of this section. Resides his wife and ono small son, he is survhed by his father nnd mother, Mr. and Mr. Dallas Williams, a brother, Clove, and five half sistors Virginia, Cora, Anna I.aurle and l.llllo Remley, and Mrs. Minnie Kansas. Ho was a member of tho Raptlst church and tho Woodmen of tho World, of Hlckmnn Camp. In this order ho carried (1,000 Insurance and $2,000 In an old line company. Rural took placo Friday afternoon at Drownsvllle, Rev. King preachiiiK tho funeral. The remains were laid to rest by tho Woodmen. Tho bereaved relatives have our slncero slmpathy. I' Clcde Brcrd' Store , ! Phone No. SI ' Tho brick yard of Clarence Ilrans-ford'i- n East Fulton was visited by a destructive firo Friday morning and a loss of between $500 and $C00 was entailed, with no Insurance. Joe Gilbert, residing four miles north of Fulton, died Friday morning of Typhoid fever. He was 38 years old. Save from ono to two dollars a thousand on your shingles by buying direct from mill. C. M. Yatea Shingl Co. Buy a Heaftr Early "! ii Mn J II. Irby dltd nl her lintiiu ll - lluok IhmIiiuhh. HroH. worn klHUII. lu tliu opUuul lent condition. Hemarkablo values at Sullivan Ilros. In boys lu regular swmIoii: Muyor Cow Kill, CouueJI- Uiuan. llruwu nnd Hertweck. M Metlit-nuiu nppolMtrd lu fMI dm untaplrvd term ufJ. W. (1 1.. Carpenter was Jailer, McCuiclHHj'i clerk. Ahkihk I. .'Uill "nisi ni " Jno. W. iiorrU lnlld bin fiioiidn to patluku of thu wutur of hU fine laluvml wll uour tin npoku factory fur the buuf1l of thoo who could noi Mrs, W. II. Kendall spent ThursThere Is a man In Drooklyn named 0 day In Fulton. Hell We hear his name mentioned "If a man takes ono drink," says pilte frequently In Hickman. a St. lecturer, "ho Is drunk." I'hono 195 White Dros., Cleaners Er will the gentleman kindly name and Pressors. the brand? Gft your New Cole's Hot Blast set up In your Home before real cold weather comes, and let It save for the full season for you. If you have any Idea of buying a heater this winter Many readers will reKet It early. member that during the cold snap of last winter they wished they had done away with the old heater that will no longer do the work. Don't go through the chilly experience of last winter again Enjoy the comforts of the new stove the whole season now.(R-H- ) HICKMAN IIARDWARC CO. ii.corpor.ted to iw uurtiiK tliu wuuk, ho proiulnt-- d i lu run hU pump "unit" Sunday . ' ' Kd Myurn, au Important wlln.mt A. In thu JoniM-Uluu- u klllliiK wiui bruiiKhl lkn., iaW Dr. C. II. Hubbard u bat lu lllukmuu uiulur a rHiutniiuiu )2V7 0, anil Win. Dlwrttil v ut K WO Olclllptfd Ull imi)Iiik taxuM Ironi tbu t;uuruur uf HIIiioIh. It wa lu M)m naloou lu lllokuuiiith.il lain lot. (JIbiiu woh killed. Km bunan, O. C. Hiiitlh, Ikw Am-m- l Muno ii. Hlmw wuro utudlue up thu W .II. Daltior worn" lu tliu butlumu of thu old firm. i n boxing nuw !mkU for their i irtKiliupi, iHu i ' i . i firms. 1'iuthwr, 11. J. Harry naluuu. wtut running thu Gvu. N. lluliu adurtlsvd cypres fonolug fur ulo ul hU liloru lu Haul ili yax ohl daughter uf Ma lltokiuau. ju u.i, ..in. uf Wood lu ml Mills, was ' i in a runaway. Tom LMUou, Sr. udvurtlvvd hU homo plouv, uf ulx uorcna fur natu. Mi J II. Montgomery opouad au Ixjuln (Junnackcr wan bakluc fur i " iarlur In tlio I.uCUdo build ii Itobu Uouglaui' bakuiy. i i - J it ( of (Ja)iHi, had ty- - nr. . f- - Ulll.on ilron. succcsnor to A. A. half doxuu of lllukiiiaii'u jouiu Indicted by tlm grand Dabi, wuro lu tho lnauranco btuliiunn. 'ii' J"' uf Oblou county for finning In J. W. .Mayflold couducttil a guuural Ii ' .(out l.aku. Tliu grounds fur tliU Cayco. Ho "fishing mnrchaudlbo buHlnuna ul 'on wait tliu law ngultuil uUKtlbcd bla buuluvun uudur tho altu profit." of ttio iX'inoonitlc rooster. m Aiuilu C. Truby, daughter of iUin. Jon. McUlukky uud T. W. Cu M Truby, died ul thu rtMlduncu of iiou wuro conducting u rovlval ut thu Ji N low Kill, of typhoid fever. Shu 1'roabyturiuu church. li years old. llinua and "lltllo" Mm. JJirlo "ii I In- - program of tho Fullou (uiity Tuaohom Amix:lutliu worn: datiKbtur wcru huru from Tlptonvlllo. A (looilulii, W. I'., l.uiuluy, Supt. U. S. 1'IUhuth waa pastor of tliu '"iiiikrn, J. 0. Wurd, W. II. Cook, KplHcupal church. I W Itoach, MImb Sudlu Hauiuiora V Your Breakfast Room Made Comfortable With Fuel Supplied the Night Before also a steady even heat. Cole's Hot Blast Heater maintains a continuous fire fire from Saturday night until Monday morning (48 hours) without It will hold attention. It will hold fire over night with less coal than any other stove. Open the drafts in the morning and the rooms are quickly heated with the fuel put in the night before. No other stove does this. Burns Soft Coal, Slack, Sif tings, Hard Coal or Lignite. One ton of either kind of " fuel goes further and gives you more comfort than two tons, using any other kind or make of stove. Your attention is called to the unparalleled statement made by the manufacturer of Who U your clothes doctor? No I'iiicUuIiik allornoys huru nt that butter plac Uian Whlto Ilros. Wo '"u. A. W. IJmlHiiy and 11. T. know our bualnetw, do our work well iMvis. Other IhihIiiohh repronciiU'd and guarantuoButlBXactlon. What inor Mrs. Addle Joiii-mlllluury, A do you want. inl otlmrn. t, 1847 ROGERS BROS.;, &?, Cole's Hot Blast Heating Stove Heater on the guarantee as follows: "1 A one-thir- d .1 wears mat ltr -- Silver TIate - "For several years we have authorized our Agents to sell Cole's Original Hot Blast and night, with soft coal, hard coal or lignite. That every stove will remain absolutely as long as used. r is and will remain smoke and '7 That tho "8 That the Draft will prevent putting. "All we ask is that tho stove shall bo operated according to directions and connected with a good flue. "(Signed) COLE MANUFACTURING CO., Net Inc." (Makers of the Original Patented Hot Blast Stove.) A uniform beat day feed-doo- in fuel over any lower draft stove of tbe tame saving of size, with soft coal, slack or lignite. "2 That Colo's Hot Rlast will use less hard coal for heating a given space than any baso burner made with the same siio fire pot. "3 That the rooms can be heated from ono to two hours each morning with tho soil coal or hard coal put in the stove the evening before. "4 That the stove will hold fire with soft coal from Saturday night until Monday morniog. "5 'G air-tig- dust-proo- f. Anti-Puffin- g Silver Of Proven Quality Diti .iiwtnii tlllU rrinn.i imiitfutti. L'mIvpqw, fnrl:., -Ktmnns , ...... MVII UVUIII n.i.i 1.1 Ull W ll.lt.tj uml fi...... aiiviu ....i... nl......! hi. itnl nil rihutiw nl. snlld w....- iiiva i.nikjr jiima nnint lrnrr nvnnripnrn I1.13 nrn cili.nr.i.n.nnu.. tm ""-- 1 011 van 111 iiviii hi wuiu.iiuiii;. ti.acI.111nnnFiis v. ilnn-i- i in mj? brds." silver nlatc.clfccts In lis nimo fnr lio.llllv 0COIld OIllV rvitlorti i..,l ,1. ..;.... ...i.ir.1. to Its reputation lor quality "Silver Flatt that Wean. Sold by lendiiiK dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue "C-- ," sliowin( all patterns. MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO., (luUru.llonl Pllrrr Co., Roccotor.) Mtrldtn, Conn. 1 1 11 iimi-imniis This remarkable guarantee from the makers of this stove should be of interest to you if you contemplate buying a heating stove. Years of use has proventhat no heater at twice the price equals it for radiating heat, for holding fire, requiring so little attention, never giving trouble, and cutting down your coal bill one-thir- d to one-hal- f. Come in and examine Cole's Original Hot Blast which is now imitated by nearly every other stove manufacturer. Price $12.00 and upward, according to size. .w..h... ...-il- n No other "UM L Heater Nearly as Good J. HICKMAN HDW. CO INCORPORATED Patented Features Make It a Fael Saver. Ftve OrlgiMl - THE HICKMAN COURIER "Ccvtri Wtsitm Kentocki UhtthfOcw" SPEEH & SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Rates $1.00 per Year OF HISTORY By A. W. MACY. CURIOUS BITS WILL 8ET ASIDE. Heirs to R. T. Tyler Estate Win In Circuit Court. Tho most valuable lustrum-writing ever executed In Fulton i ty tho will of the Into It T T. Involving mi ostutu valued u" $300,000, was set iislde by th l circuit court In session In in last Friday. The will in question h.i Sept. 7. 1910. In substance, and from a standpoint, It gae nothing to i,,. The widow, Mrs. liiimin T)l. r by the term of this Mill, m $100 a mouth and into of the place and such property as that generally Includes during her llf only son, Allison M , was not a nny part In the estate, but lug son was to receive a one third est In all real and pergonal pri.j sharing equally with the two i tors Misses Hmma ami run I estate was to U held on it tho llvfs of the heirs. wli oourso, Involves further lean.n Huns an to tho filial disposition property at their death Tins mam also named II t' IMm u eoutor and trustee Tho holrs who sought ' lr. n, will In question made their fu the grounds that a later will had miulo, which revoked this ou by II T I)av. wore J W'.ibli. Joe lUintiett and A M lr. Hxeeulor and trusteo was , wiiiImI by lUiblilns & Tho mm Tli. County AUornoy Honey fousuHiml most of Thursday s , and was ono of part of iooki stubbornly mintested ra or Involved In this court Mm Tyler sworo Unit her hu hiul made a lator will than tlm and further that she had It MkMMHiloii durtMg tbo month of bor, IC10 Proof was also Intr.xl kowtHK thai Mr. Tyler bad -lntMHhHis of both maklnic a will and Inter of leaving hu I ty to lm dlvhlm) acctrdliig j. s AHolser faet. which In prims facto uvtdvDCtt that a w not valW. waa tho finding of H. cumout fllel away with a tot f , lir of no mhie, Indicating IL Ms owner's oxtlinullou It wa i ! llt-hi- Subscription A YOUNQ KING'S DREAM. ou only the bes k wKen you ask to see the. imew yfrj ft s Bwxa iWe'U a SWANN HATS. The Hatman Says A hat of an inferior quali: ty is poor economy. The superior excellence of our hats is as noticeable in every stage of wear as when they are new. The intrinsic worth of every hat you buy here is greater than the price. Never perhapt did a king en-tupon hl relfln with more exalted Ideate than dd Otho III., King of Germany at d Holy Roman Emperor. Never per-hadid a King fall more utterly to realize hie ambition. Born In 980, he came to h'la throne In 995, a mere boy; yet uch were his Intellectual attainments that his generation called him the wonder of the world. Intensely rellg'ous, he believed himself divinely commissioned to do a great work for humanity. He had a magnificent scheme for making Rome the center of a new universal empire, with all the other kingdoms of the earth tributary to It. He reveled In the glories of the past, and It was the dream of his young life to restore them In all their magnificence. On his last Journey to Rome ho opened the tomb of' at Charlemange, and gazed upon the long dead monarch, sitting on his marble throne. In less than two years from that time thev brought Ms own body back across the Alps and laid It near that of the great Emperor. He died at 22, on the very threshold of manhood, his dreams er SWELL NEW HATS FOR FALL A style to please your fancy, of n shape to suit your build, in a color to match your desires, at a price you want to pay, is here awaiting your selection. rfntd Copyright, till, by Joseph B. DO YOU Bowl.). Millet WANT A FARM? Alexander CHILD BREAKS ARM. Falls From Trapeze While Playing "Circus." Ralph, the eight year old son of Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Baltzer, while playing "circus" with a number of playmates, fell from a trapeze Saturday and broke bis right arm Just above the wrist. Both bones were broken. The accident was the result of a rope breaking wbleh held one end of the swinging bar, and the child fell about eight feet. Dr. 1L E. Prathor gave him medical attention. Thus far Ralph has practically suffered no pain, which is something out of the ordinary. Warren Ellison week. Is In Louisville this Commercial-Appea- Hickman Courier and 11.26. l If to make your wants known to us, wo are In a position to sell you any kind of farm you want, nothing priced wrong In the lot, every ono within the range of reason, all Hell located and sanely Improved. Show us a line of farms at any price, wo don't care whore they are, or how good ou may call them, that are better than we. offer In this fall's list and we Hill quit the business. Ever) one of our farms has the best country on EARTH to back them up, and )ou will agree with us If jou More come and see for yourself. than 100 flue farms to select from now, ranging from 3 to 625 acres. All located within 10 miles of Fulton, Ky. We are prepared to sell you out. We have enough bargains to bell you in. We can list your property at auy time, guaranteeing you a satisfactory deal. For further Information concerning our list cither call at our office or write for our freo descriptive catalogue. SAWYER A. WARFORD Real Estate &. Investment Co. Phones: Cum. No. 3; Rural No. 361. Office Lake Street, Fulton, Ky. Worth H,' TS Hats are a great hobby of ours, and this seae all previous efforts. The son we have styles and qualities we show are the finest. out-don- ' T-n- n ho lmtortttnc). flrw-proo- Mlsa Bordle Glover spent Sunday Beware of Schmidt, the Tailor. with Union City friends. ImltAtloaa. Give us a call. Our prices will Mrs. U, M. Isler and daughter, Mrs. please you. Sullivan Bros. Jessie Wllon, spent Sunday in Union Mrs. T. J. Malone Is attending the City. fair at Memphis this week. C. IJ. Travis and Ferd Berendes reDon't forget we have the best Una turned Saturday from NaBhville wher of ma tresses. Hickman Furnlturo Co they attended the state fair. Trl-Stat- e Tb7 ii Fa!1L" I Ill JljIl Bk.9SL. WKk Footwear -- II M Haifi 5sk ri mere l . is no snoe III VssfaaiBiBim that looks better on iSgK a man than a pair f tnese up-to-dat- e, dressy rackards. No matter how exacting you may 11 m VlSl i be you find what I ii Nk III win pitaoc uu WmvrWim cor- - here a shoe II II II Y 3t A -- reCt in Style, 1 fit, ' V J lty ana priCe. V!!Nr' iZ.. XV J g III HI III Bradley & Parham ' I'lalHtlffs eoHtwuded that If wMI had boon final, tl would f boon looked In a vault other valuable pAlrs of Mr T a Ihore aiMHhttr wtllT Prom tho prtof. It t evident hi anolnw, or was ano(Ur, but leame of It Is toil and may bo known. Somu asked why Allison wa out That hi easily explained the People's Ikink was organU. d Tylor was Informed that bis soi . oho of the promoters, this dil iiiiMtt the fathor'a approvnl as h We wont let you buy an hat here. Interested In Um Hickman Hai k Ing Its prestdeit, and thought t!i You'll get a hat here that will be a walking ad. was not his son's place to pr for this store if we sell it to you. RIGHT competMUm. Thhi haptened a NOW is the time to come and see them. the time tho will nun made that luhoritetl AIIImiii Hut the Irut'i Are you coming today ? the matter Allison was not inter In tho now bank, and when the Tyler lenrtonl thtMw facta. It is ' prerum.Hl that ho bold no ill w gnliiet his sou. and that a new v, (the one iiHtloucd by Mrs 1 Furnishers for Men Who Care. was drafted tn consequence, but either lost or dontroyed by Mr T At any rate, tho Jury was u I nious In their verdict "finding I paper In ronton! not to be the will of It T Tyler." A regular J lee und shower of cougratuia were given the heirs following decision of the Jury. No tipptxil will b taken In this Tho court nt Pulton Tuesday agr 1 to allow certain fees, etc., whli-ties the matter definitely. The l i thing In order Is the nppolntuic i ' NOTICE TO U. C. V. y an iidmlulstrutor. by Judge Nm General Order No. 12 Calls for who will succeed II. C. Helm i Meeting In Mayfleld, Ky. mi mlmim n, w jftt&s it cutor mid trustee of tho ontiite i though In every way cxniNtt nt Ml The Second Mrlgado Kentucky di- able to look after the estate " vision U. C. V. will meet In Its an- Helm feels greatly relieved In lift nual session at Mil) field, Ky., on the this responsibility taken off of 111th day of October, 11U. At this shoulders. meeting Iho election' of brigade und Dl regimental officers to nerve for the ensuing year will take place. The WALLACE CA8E CONTINUED. meeting will bo held according to the Tho cane of Ilort Wallnce, who k program prepared by the Mayfleld ed Oscar Dlggs, n few miles In camp. It Ih earnestly requested that Hickman, last winter, wns called "V! jm& vM each camp composing the brigade ro- ' morning at tho Circuit Court port the number of Its living mem was put off until tho next term r bers. the Fulton Circuit Court, which The members of Camp Mayfleld. bo hold In January. Oscar Iggs J kiJILIIHLsVr7 ivVvaWSfaisW Fire departments are necessary and the city authorities ami citizens or killed at a dance by Hcrl Wall.i Mayfleld have made ample prepara-tlon- who at the time claimed that It wn save much property, but they cannot to entertain all tho members of an iiccldenl. Wallace has boon In i be relied upon always. Although they Hie brigude and urgently request for months. M,k8 (readln) Steamer sinks In may put out the fire, water may do Unit they attend. as much damage as the fire. Fire Ono and nildoceaa. fare on nil railObion, Tonn., has voted to put Insurance protects you against the roads. Pat Any casualties? municipal electric light plant a' I Mike It don't Bay, nobody was llfl lota by fire as welt as the losa by W. J. Stone Brig. Oen. Com., alive to tell whethor thire was or not! water damage. A fire Insurance pol-Ic- y waterworks. Ily Van II. Hawley. Adjutant. In a rellaBlo company with a repMost of our local attorneys liav utation for fair dealing and prompt Mrs, C F. Daltzer was In Union been attending court ut Fulton tli We have Just learned why Vernon nets la your best protection. We rep City Tuesday, week. Hoyor was stepping so high Monday. resent only such companies. furA fine girl arrived at his home SatPay your taxes now and save Don csUc Coal, ail gradoa, from $2 50 H. C. HELM, Agent urday morning. up. Phono 186. ther costs. Worth jjrrs , H. E. CURLIN o c,tA fjjlt ilfflKf nmfLrfmMl IBfif flKuSAi HBKlv HSHftif j&m SHWii l&m 2? ifwIMrMilfftu a JkW M JOOblePrOteCtlbh WmwM$jJmk one-thir- d M- t- - trg Mlfct- -, iwt f WHY NOT GET THE BEST THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING UMI II nm iac: IM III M 111 ? E Council Proceedings . . x,pr . k F. E. CASE & SON Staple and Fancy Groceries imiiiiimiHw h Hardware, Glassware and RECIPROCITY DEFEATED. Canadians Turned Down FreeTrade with the United States, Tho outcome of tho election held Friday, means that the Fleldlng-Knoreciprocity agreement, ratified by the American congress in Hxtra session, will not be Introduced when tho twelfth parliament assem bles next month, and a revised basl of trade with tho United States.look-Into closer commercial relations, will not bo possible In the Immediate future. The Conservatives aro com mitted to the polity trado expansion within tht? empire nnd a closed door agnliist the United States. As a result of this action, the press nnd men able to Judge such matters are freely predicting unheard of high prices on all commodities effected by the Canadian tariff schedule for the next two years. Wheat Jumped up 4c n bushel Friday, but the farmer who gets tho benefit of this Increase will find himself paying 8c more for absolute necessities of life Not that wo aro depending upon Canldn for such articles, but tho removal of tho tariff would have had a tendency to reduco prices both ways, nnd this would have broken n link In the trusts chain of high prices. For tho present wo nro at tho mercy of tho trust barons,' and tho outcome will bo watched with Interest by those who must pay more for living but get no more for their labor and products. In Canada x g - FOR YOUR FALL ;a ir . r .i flAm I Hickman, Ky , Sept 4, 1911 Council met In regular session present Mayor Dillon and Councilman Schlonker, Hale Shumate, Tow-el- l Minutes of last regular meeting rend aud on inotlo- - approved and signed. Tho following accounts were properly approved, and on mo tlon allowed und checks ordered for amounts: Drs. Ciirlln & Curlln, professional ' services $2.00 Jno. Wright, street work ..$120.75 Dr. L. I. Baltzor, professional s sor-vlett- Is-It- r. Harness Saddles Collars d, ,&&" " Tinware If your denier doesn't handle it, write for prices. Standard Gas Engine Free Delivery Oil Hickman Wagon Co. Incorporated khntuoky $9.00 J A. Noonon, Jailor, dlotlng prisoners $42.40 liit H. Buchanan, noU nnd Inter-'s- t $1018.17 Ix'dford & Itiindte, mdso $C8.r0 Hickman Ice & Coal Co.. Unlit lino account $10.25 Tom Dillon, Sr, floral design of City for Hon. II. T. Tylor, deed $25.00 II J Golger. services as civil en gineer $15.00 On motion T. A. Stark was releas- ' d from poll tax for the years 1910 and l'Jll, and Monroo llarbeo was from poll tax for yoar 1911. Phone 183 AA A A 4AAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 BAPTIST ASSOCIATION. In Session at Brownsville Baptist Church. Report of City Treasurer for August 1911: V' j qHKaE .BNKLHHV!- - General Fund Account. rnjr July report.... $ 375.27 To amt. reed II. C. Holm.... 200.45 To amt. reed. Jno. Wright.. 281.50 To amt. reed. Tom Dillon sr. 2772.49 To bnl I3G29.71 My nmt. paid out during Aug. 1444.SC to credit this acct.... $2184.85 Water 4. Light Bond Acct. $ CC0.C9 To bal. per July report To nmt. reed. Tom Dillon sr. 1500.00 Hal. Ilal. to crodlt this acct $20C0 C9 W. O. Johnaon, City Treas. . . Mr Minn Mitchell King of Atlanta tin ui' who i mnrrlrd In November Imt. HwKt ntul n pulr member of Souther society Him It lnrn blu i)fi ami dark brown hnlr and tho swaying grace of the nT Houtlirrn ixiuity Jusl now h and hrr husband and a party of '" r traveling In Kuropa Jrunotto V ONE HICKMAN, JOYFUL AUTO KTJM KENTUCKY. WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, OCT. 2ND. At Night Only, Rain or Shine. 4 KWv LV J-'i V -::-v- .r W.I.SWAIN SHOW RUT EQUIPPED COMPANY UtaSL.. u m kv v rtmrcT rur.r.Fvr KNOWN SHOW OF ITS KIND IN AMERICA. vn AND MOST FAVORABLY & .8stf.C2EC?i&. W$&JW?J& il rFi-Stfm- ?X 'W ir Ml 1 V J IMAlVl n . The Clerk reported that ho had executed tho following deeds to Cemetery Iot and that be holds Bupt. Tom Dillon, Sr., receipt for same: To W. Q. Anderson for lot No. 22C In City Cemetery, slio 20x20 feet. I consideration $32. On motion tho foregoing reports wero received, ordered spread upon tho records, published and filed. On motion the City Attorney was Instructs! to take necessary steps to have the N . C A. St. U Ily fill In and repair Commercial Street so that It can bo travoled. .Motion was made that tho Street Commissioner and Councilman SchUn kcr Investigate the cost of laying id four Inch water main on Fourth Slrcnl from Moscow Avonuo to Holly Stret, and report at next meeting. Motion was made instructing tho Street Commissioner to have concrete crossing put down from the property of W C. Johnson to the corner of A A Knrls proporty, nnd that stepping stones bo put down on Ashland Strret nt Its crossing on Catlett Street. The following ordlnnnco which was Introduced nt the last regular meet-luwas again rend and on motion was passed by the volo of flvo Coun rllmrn present, snld ordinance Is In words and figures as follows Tho City Council of tho City of Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follows: Thnt It shall be unlawful for nny person driving horees, mules, cattle, sheep or hogs through tho streets of the City of Hickman, Ky., to permit said horse, mule, cattle, sheep or hogs to go upon any of tho sldowalks of the City of Hickman, Ky., except n places provided for animals to cross said sidewalks, or to go upon prlrnto property of any person except tho owner thereof or the property upon which said nnlmal may bo kept, and nny ponton so offending shall be guilty of a violation of tin city ordlnonco and upon conviction bu fined KIvo Dollars and costs. Attest: II. C. Helm, City Clerk. Tom Dillon, Sr.. Mayor. On motion Council adjourned Attest: II. C. Helm. City Clerk. g The Dutoli Baptist Association Is holding Its annual convention nt the llrownsvlllo Baptist church, near Hlcl man, this week. Tho Association convened Tuesday, and a large number of visiting preach ers and laymen nro In attendance. Ilusldes tho special services, sumptuous dinners the kind our llrownsvlllo frlonds aro noted for nro being served at tho church each day. The association will concludo its work today, and tho revival, which has IxH-In progress for some time, will Special Agent Alfred, of Detroit. bv continued. Is hero this week assisting the local ngonts, Hubbard & Kennody, with tho Hupmoblle business. Miss Ilosa Smith, of Fulton, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. J. Wright. Mrs. Jesslo Dillon returned ast Miss Minnie Morris, of tho samo week from an extended trip through plsce, is also visiting Mrs. Wright. Yellowstone Park and other points of Interest In the west. She was acMrs. C. A. Moore, of Pulaski, Ills., companied by Capt. Koger and wife, Is visiting her son, Judge F. S. Moore. of Paducah. Mr Moore's nephew, Silas Moore, of Georgo Cook, an Illinois Central Shcron, Miss., is also visiting him. flagman making his home In Fulton, waa run over and Instantly killed TIME TABLE M. & Q. R. R. Thursday morning at 3:1G o'clock at (Effective June 4, 1011) Fowlkes, Tenn., a few miles below Dyersburg, by a freight train on Leaxe Hickman 6:30 a, m. which he was employed as flagman. Arrive Dyersburg 8:30 a. m. His head was horrible crushed and Leave Hickman 2:00 p. m. one of his nrms was severed by tho Arrive Dycrsburg 6:00 p. m. wheels of the train and death was InLeave Dyersburg 9:00 a, m. stantaneous. Arrive Hickman 12:00 noon Leave Dyeraburg 6:30 p. m. See our fall line of clothing. $16.6 Arrive Hickman 8:30 p. m. values to be sold at $10 and $11.50. Q. M. ROSS, Agent. Sullivan Bros. n t ii TXT.-5- T THU Harness Shop and save money. All workmanship guaranteed to give satisfaction In the New Dodd's Bldg. Harness and Shoe Repairing a Specialty Hickman Harness Co. Phone 154: notic'e. On Tuesday the 10th day of October, 1911, I will apply to Governor Wilson for a full and free pardon. Tom Portei C Chairman S. L. Dodds has appoint ed tho following campaign commit teemen In his district Old Hickman: M. A. McDanlel. Judge B. T. Davis, Atty. J. W. Roney and Jake Iattus. Think About It tobHSI A little early, perhaps, but the stove season will soon be here, and we want to say in advance that we have THE LARGEST LINE THE LOWEST PRICES THE BEST MAKES of stoves to be found in Western Kentucky. HEATERS RANGES COOKS If its in the stove line we have it. Mammoth Rain Proof Tent, Kant Leak Enough Seats for a Whole Town. New this SeasonLeading Lady 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. Sexton nnd wife motored to Paducnh Sunday, returning Monday. While In Paducah they enjoyed tho hospitality of Itev. nnd Mrs. H. C. Johnson. Itov. Johnson Is pastor of Fountain Avonuo M. K. Church, ono of tho nicest In the city. S. L. Dodds and family nnd Chns J. T. Stephens and wife and J.C $4.50 to $25.00 to to 25.00 8.00 50.00 35.00 Ilnltzor and family, W. H. Bnltzer and family and J. II. Millet and wife motored to Clinton Suundny. W. G. Plrtlo, one of tho best known ( rltlrnnn nf Wntnr Vftllov nnd one of tho South's bravest soldiers, died Saturday morning. We carry five different makes, including the famous Charter Oak and Boss lines. We know we can save you money, and your credit is good at I'll B Glad I Kum St Louis Furnishing Co INCORPORATED One Lady Admitted Free with each 35c Paid Ticket. Fulton county roads aro "flno nnd dandy." Our present county administrations aro certainly making good. BOTH SPXXOXTCSJS O-0- L rtmAAmt9W We Don't - m X gffllg S The Courier's Weekly Sermon !.". T- M - lASTOU IUMsKU-- T . ti&&d?ztefri-&3- THE WORLD IS PLEASURE PASTOR : Ky. Lump Goal p jdxjX v jiin in x Let mc save you money on your conl. LOOKOUT Cold weather is coining and if you want the best results get your stock shod and their feet will grow out and keep the cold mud from making sore and tender feet. IFt. T-i. If you i Lie Demon To MAD DECLARES Or -- dont know about us having the best bhon come nnd sec. When you arc sick you want the best doctor, wlu-nyour horse need a shoes why not get the brsi man to put them on. , est It Costs No More RUSSELL STEVE PHONES STAHR BOTH o ROBERT COLLIER the lllhlo to mIiow them clearly thnt tnitrepnolitod by It Iihh Ihvii totnll thnt Iho true prethe old reliable blackor slilnt. hot Mil th idol re-mutation of the DMne character U it r c l il . I n r k smith, come to the te rruwiN ntteuil I'm Hiitillnieiy grand' Hut ulni! who Minll them- - thluci? The lulu shop and you It u hscI I'd toll the tor U a deplor L. A. WOLVERTON p rtn c h I n r Ills Inter of Christendom utv will sec the best shoes lienrors represent ahle condition. When croitM the mutt admit that they unto nut nnd nails that have ever nU lU'iioiulnntlnnn of Nashville, that can od their rnttU for yeurn. nl Both Phonos Mo. 73 ' Ho linn n lnrno Ullot outwardly they have boon been kept in Hickman do it for you. lionrt, full of lnvo thotiKli to thoHO creed Idol, ami 1 prlottH hate for foilow-Chrloffered Inrenae before them weekly tlan of all The eope, not unwisely, have no coll hut lldem o In them that ho linn Hunger For the Tru Goiptl. no Minp.itli for tin cnvdi which for Alas! thnt It luilxt lo mild hut we " tons n Htm lme blliulctl nnil the enllionte U not oxaKirernted rhrlMii.in Pastor CHILD' 8 FRENCH DRESS. tlmt three-foiirtlof nil nijs ln Ih liilMirliiR for Christian iulihli claims mliilHler-- i or Attorney-at-La- w ChrNleiidoiii lie iduMtel nuion wlu-- omnHliliii; tin creed fence r and Notary Public Cr1tlrn. InrVileh. total unhe which luuo ho long Kcpnrntcd tho Hro llh-heIn the IuxilrHtlou of the lllhlo sheep lie declares thnt tho v orM tli e Im onto lenditri or Will practice in all Courts ltllili- - Is tuliundcrstood and consequently inlrirvprcKeuted In the housu of liilnn tie- of the people In nnpvet to of the State. Its friends He surely l stirring up lilt Iho tl Imtur I In June lnt oko tit tho ItaOiw XXloluxa.ui 33Cy. Infidels uh well u.i Christians to u fresh ottxielty snidj of the Itlblc IU sermons, Theatre. ImtIiik n Mil llllctl, of thirty-MiMiitLjj-ltl- i hiiHilretl Snow Flake Flour. through the pulilli pn-ss- , uro undoubt-i-illOffice with f..or hundred men on tho platform millions who uru not Best Meats in the city, fresh and tender. iho. while mmiv Ntnod. and I hurt-l- i RtH-rJudge B. T. Davis whh I old thnt erowdi wore turned Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. I'antor Itusscll's text for today wn: from iIm iluon The nlltr of n re MIit-rof plouMiiri- - more thnn lovera . HiK-rhImi wan present, cnuio Canned Goods, guaranteed .to please. , of OimI; ImvInK n form of pollIiu"s, to mo the foUowlna' da) anil ntkctl hut (IciiylUK the power tliercoP (II "II w do vhi nremot for the laro KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. , Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Timothy III. IK doclnrod thnthli wrvUn n"d wiileli ii (tend yttur ihun-hotext to the presrut time; thnt while Olaagow, September Full line of Hcinz's, 57 varieties. nmuy of unr Hitkc tho world Is koIiir nmutoinont-mnd- . Morgantoisn, September Hipratlvely oi pty-so- rae of our ire nutomohlles. twill piunes and Murray, October Hfielir4 nddreMlni; twenty, KtiHldt- reports itro nlisorliln tho sparo aliet f .rtr or flffv hren " Liberty, August . the tlnu-siaro money and I repllnl "I tnKove the I'rophft e Mayleld, September of the iiinsjn-- . ptnllHi the Hltliathui. There hIi.iII bo n September Hone Cave, Tin illlllrtilty Is thnt the poptehnve fniuluo In the Mind; not n famine for Telephone orders receive our personal attention. Kentucky State Fair, Sept. 11 C. tiudi-- r siiH?itltlon nnd Idolatry, hrend nor n famine for water. (Hit a thoy are now awakening, wo mid as Paducah, October famine for the hearing of the Word f toward revulsion of tin' tondciu-Faulmoutb, September f the Atn- - t.Ule4 lit The feeling All tin erit-d- s of Christen-di-H- i e.V are InitiKO. riiej till re full Thla dainty dress Is la Ftonch style, nro While each has rejii leil the rrerdu of the pant, atid wtth a Ions body section and a short somo rk'iiu-iit- s of truth, tnkouns a skirt. There Is also a pretty yoke. w ImIi. tlny are nil falie rcpresenta-lioiiMd- f llit-- Imvi. iMithliiK miuI intlflm; In dead Thry Phone 74: Hnry; I am feeding which continues down the front of the the Dlrlno clmrncter nnd Plan. them the Wordrtor Hod nnd demoiiitrnt frock as a panAl, the skirt bejrlnnlne Idols, Deserting Itlblc la mott that at each side of It. BaUate, lawn, (inidtmllj. tho the Creedtho uew Day, lug to them llnK tho tho wholethoworld, ASK FOR RATES In IlKht of wonderful linen, pongee, challls, cashmere, Is dnwnhiK The nnd thnt Iho only dlllleully hat been etc., may bo used for this dress. firths Jtihiii-of thnt wo iliuiilMK IlKht nIiowh iw sotm-thlnnut uuderxtotMl It In IU The pattern (C534) la cut In sizes Hit- St. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH errors or tho ihsi. unit tho doluslto own light Wo hate read It through MedJmn else require (i to 10 years. Service: ii i,'lit ikii ros iro illMHiH-arlniIlkowlso the colored xoctaclo-- i of our Idol 3 yards of 36 Inch material. for tiur rrctct Idols, which creed:." I'antor IIihmpII urged hbi iir rowT'-n- Every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. To proem thla pattern xnd V) eot hivo In Cod and a frwu niiliorioiit to all Tho to 1 KhTMll IHIIKI' Holy Communion Every lit Sunday. to "Pattern Dpartinnt." of thla papr. Is nro no longer lHlovotl; their study of tho Ullile. Writ nam aad addrcM pUlnly, and b TOM DILLON. Sr Prop. erriirs full to coutrol tho to air stae and number of pattern lienie slllil ntli'Ildailio lit tho HurrniMir In II II lutuiliinrr, tliwiunt W. J. McMURRY bur hos. small oolloi tlons, etc Tho THE TIME TE8T. Attorney-at-LaNO. 5354 8ZZB..... niiU nro n.tw stiMtiiluiil merely hy Hickman People Cannot Dewhich our the moiei of the NAKa. Offlco In LaClvde Uulldlus on corner. mand Stronger Proof of Merit. text di litre Is meielj a iiinulfosta W ESjfl Mai IL Ulckuiun, Ky. TOWK,.,. of of K'hIIIiioss, without teeeiM lion Nini-- ii form woulihy and iiliicnlisl Its The Tho teat of tlmo Is what tells tlio arnuEBT and xa. ilpholiler of tho t reiil Idols aud their DR. E. M. CRUTCHF1ELD talo. The public Is imlck to discover CURHIN'j, STUNK WORK OF ALL 8TJLTB. DonUit misrepresentations and merit alono KINDS. IKoN FKNCINO. will stand the test of tlmo. Ixing ago Davldaoa'tt old nUuiU. l'hone No. 2. Kentucky Hickman, many grateful pcoplo In this locality Hickman, Ky. The Profit In It. publicly endorsed Doan'a Kidney "I see that your trust Is compelled Pills; they do ko still. Would theso to disband t" "Yea," replied Mr. Dust-IHICKMAN FURNITURE O. statements be confirmed If Donn's Star. "You soem rery cheerful Funeral Directors and Embalmera. about It." "Of ooutm. Our enterprise Kidney 1'llls 1H not possemi InHtlug writes Mrs. L R. Barker, has never yet been readjusted with, merit? Tho following tuittlmony ruouti 20 day or ultfht. out enabling some of us to take down of Bud, Ky., "and can do should convlnco tho most skeptical Hickman, Ky. a rery comfortablo profit," Hickman reader. all my housework. For Mrs George Combs, Cednr at., Pulyears I suffered with such A Family Affair. THE ELECTRIC STUDIO ton, Ky., anjH: "For aomo time I pains, I could scarcely HICKMAN, KENTUCKY M. Jean Darallhe, just appointed Everything in Photography Buffered from backache ami weakness , In the Oers at stand on my fecL After acrosa my loins. Any over exertion In succession to hla fathnr Style, Quality and 1'rlceu Itlght three different doctors had nggravated my trouble and at times lUIIKOTOUH who has Just died. Is tho eleventh Next to Price lloute failed to help me, I gave I could hardly work. There were, oth member of the same family, the memIt. M. INI. Kit J.J It. IKINIiHllANT It. T. liAVIH hi HO ll.TllllKl.KKI.lt bers of which have succeeded one anCardui a trial. Now, I feel er annoyances duo to weak kidneys. Dr. J. M. limtllAltl) T.A.I.KIH'Ultll other from father to son for 3 15 year. W. F. MONTGOMERY A member of my family found won like a new woman." IIKNItY HANOKIt Undertaker derful benefit from Doau'a Kidney B58 Question of Quality. Pills nnd Induced me to try them. Ho We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, nnd llearae and drivers furnished on "Here's a professor that says cigar procured a box for me aud I began offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent nnoklng leads to Insanity. short notice. their use. In a few days I noticed "Huh I I should think the kind you Take with sound banking. a change for tho bolter and after I smoke would lead to murder!" WOODLAWN DAIRY had finished the contents of tho box Qrowslng's Magazine. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS A. H. LeeL Proprietor. tho backacho and nil other distressing Tonic symptoms of my trouble bad com Wo want to ask n favor of tho cltl J. J, 0. IIONDHIIANT, PrpntittMil J. A TIIOMTHON, Cmlilfr The only dairy In pletely disappeared." (From stato A woman's health deII. (I ItAMAflK, Ain't Cannier mm of Hickman and county Fulton County. mount given In 1903.) pends so much upon her In assisting us to mnko tho Courier A PERMANENT CURE delicate organs, that the hotter nnd newsier: If you havo n On May 1G, 1907, Mra. Combs con. visitor from a distance. If some of least trouble there affects 9 your family have gone on a visit. If firmed the abovo statement, saying: 2 Oi.ix her whole system. It is "I havo never had occasion to use j on know of some one who Is qulto the little things that count, Doau'a Kidney 1'llls slnco I gavo a sick, If you know of a wedding, If in a woman's life and you know of a death. If you know of public statement, rocommoudlng them $ I'hone 4 health. If you suffer from In Mny, 1903. I advlso anyono sufa birth, If you know of an accident, , a4. Stuff cut to order on or If you. know of anything In tho Dimension fering from kidney trouble or back, any of the aches and -- AT way of news that would bo of Intorea ucho to give Doan'a Kidney Pills a pains, due to womanly Short Notice. to the public, wo kindly ask you to trial." MISSISSIPPI ALFALFA LAND. weakness, take Cardui at Bradley & Parham's For sale by all dealers. Prlco GOc. It to ub located on Dresden Road please telephone connection and give Mill once, and avoid more seriFoster-Mllbur- n all the facts In Co, Uuffalo, N. V., with It Wu are ruUIiik Uio beat ALFALFA We urge ous troubles. 2 -2 miles east of Hickman. that jou know, and It you live In the solo agents for tho United States. LAND In MlbBlsslppI for $20 an aero. Basket leaves every you to try it Begin today. s tho name Doan'a and It will pay yon to write ua or como in need of anything country and hae no telephone con If you are Tuesday afternoon take no other. nection, please drop up a postal card and see our Innd before buying elso in this line, see or a letter giving the facts In connec whoro Okolonn Lnnil Co., Okolonn, Best Work Lowest Prices tion with any Item of nowH. ny doMIsh. OcUo Dr. J. M. HUBBARD Wo proas your suit for G0c, ladles ing tlila you will greatly nsslst Us In GOc. Cleaning plaited or plain skirts XI 33 Kiting our readers all tho news hapand pressing at roaaonablo prices. Our famoua Granger coffee, at 26c, penings of the county. Wo want White Uroa.. phono 19C. Have jou tried It that now coal, U atm tho talk of the town. Better AU, THE NEWS. vagina a. i a giadril to rrgular bUxi Let us flguro on that bill of frm Phone 4 C. H. Moore than lots of 36c ootfeea. Phone 38. Suo ua before you buy. Sullivan lumpa ('Hperlally nulU'd for cooklnir. bor. rtoynolda Mom ft Co., In Saturday Night Tho Lyric. BetterBwortU A PmUer, L.oa. A A. KarU. Jersey City, N when we come to your house to look after the plumbing. We are busy every minute we are there. We know women do not like plumbers in the house any longer than So we do the job is absolutely necessary. as quickly as good work will permit and depart, leaving as little muss as possible. Creurf Idols Mirpresent ths Almighty. The Maiici Diietrn This. Heneo-thSmall Churth Attendanea and Small Collections The Crowds Substitute Pleasure, Crowd Theaters and Ball Grounds The Tru Cause The Remedy Critic, i:ohitlonhtn. who Ihmo no more use for tho lllhlo than for the i reed I lie needful thine, to gto the pie the true 5ihoI to ronton to them h-- o ifmplo llhrher .titiuNt of the unbeliever, The Best When you have a piece of work that no one else can do bring it to R. L. Gray's shop and you will find a man, A. If In Town you arc looking furl J. SopL 21th.-Ita- lii Hickman Tin. A. M. TYLER M" 27-321-227-320-227-3- & Plumbing Co. 1 IBjJ IS ed Wl B&fl F& o up-to-da- v tlcuniu-tniillon- t. -i Practical Fashions Hu-m-- The Everything You Wan t c - Grocery x y rj s ilcl-iii- s Tlu-attT- 11-1- 23-2- Deliveries Prompt U--- 3-- Ht-- y y MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Business Directory c he ;. HICKMAN MARBLE W0RKS I nn H.ix-ftliloii- s lna-ixe i ut-ilth- Marble and Granite If r Monuments .. n "I Am Well" Farmers and Merchants Bank Salnt-Bauvy- CARDUI The Woman's Rough Lumber Tor 8a6... Try FRESH MEATS o. ix. Moorua LAUNDRY t t ! t ST GROCERIES MUST SUPPLY SOUTH. Whole South Wants Our Cotton Seed. HERS Mh TlrTOE t $$ , , i , t. cotton tnnturuH bo much la tlio vicinity of Illckmnu any othur cotton growing sue hundreds of oulU aro pouring in tlio blggtMt pluntors of thu fur our sued. ottun oed Is to tlio extreme what "Early Northern' grown i.f nil kinds nru to tills section imo found from cxiorleiico Hint .11 grown seed makes tlio cot .iitiro quicker and tlio plantB In cotmequciKg o bo healthier. ib n groat dumand for thin seed j F. & 8. L. IXidda Co, whlU K a Hpociul effort to save seed half supply Uio dumand. T . jut Ellison Bros. We have received this week of the Mew Crop these . , rfiffs:..i'S'S.Is'i.ft'i?-t:Jerry Alaione Is In Union City. MIbs Ilutb. Edwards, of Mayflold, is the guest of Miss Mabel Wilson. at milt Cypress Shingles, $1.25 a thousand C. M. Yates Shingle Co. Judge W. A. Naylor and daughter. Miss Maymo, aro In Fulton today. A handsome school bag given with each pair of boys or girls shoes. Millet & Alexander. Seasonable New Goods New New New New New New New SHOW DOAT TUESDAY NIGHT. The Pettlmlitlo Father. "Jint remember, my boy, that tho f, r jou ant your goal tho finer r acltloTouionta will bo when you ' rrri I know that, dad, but Isn't rbr" a Might chiuicn that I may act igh I'll cover got cjulto to lt" It r ' b thunder, don't worry about tha- ouil nover much It, no mat-U-v whoro you aot It." .. Simple Remedy. Ikct.ir (to wlfo of patient) And rr I hopo )ou took hU temperature lka mumlng? Ai'i Well, It wero like thle. air. I i A tho barometer on 'li cbent, ai!d tt mt round to very dry, air, ao I (ivk 1m a pint of beer, an 'o went to ;k thta morning. London M. A. P Macaroni, Robin Brand Spaghetti, Robin Brand Noodles, Robin Brand Snow Flake Hominy Sun Dried Apples Sun Dried Peaches Evaporated Peaches Standard, Choice and Extra Fancy. Itov. W. li. King will preach at Spring Valloy church next Sunday at 11 a. in. All members are requested to bo present. W. C. Boweu Is making extensive Improvements ou tho interior of his lunch room and expects to have It In shape when ho finishes. tip-to- in- - t r d Huden sale at No. 8 was well atteuded, and as yes-Uicia- y a wuc, tiulf brought good prices. Quite u number of Hlckmanltes went down on tho free excursion boat. Miss Clols Ledford and Miss Flor-nec- e Barry will give a miscellaneous shower tomorrow afternoon, at the former's home, In honor of Mrs. Chester L. Barnes. Thu increased number of beggars pouring Into Hicman of late Is one of tho best Indications that tho town Is on a boom, and that tho report Is being circulated abroad. Tho Misses Burrow, piano and violin, and Miss Souiee, vocalist, at tho Lyrlc Tuesday, October 10, 1U11. Also moving pictures In connection with tho entertainment. Admission 2b and 35c. Educational. To they teach domeitlo aclenco at f -- r flirgo?" Inquired the vlaltur of Ce fr ihman. "mi r towing,' replied tho frcah t w New Evaporated Apples New Quaker Rolled Oats New Grape Nuts New Mince Meat New Cream of Wheat ,' W' J IJpn," aald tho Tin tor. "And Ja you ow chloflyt" ,,d oati, replied tho frathmw. harr-- Weekly. . I a r Our Doqi. Poor dear llttlo I : k ea He scarcely eata anything at a 1 What must I dot" Kg 8fTlalUt (sympathetically) j r W t change hla diet from pea-- r ki brcatt to pluvera eggal Loo-o- Phone Us Your Orders v IMj Owner Over either Phone, and they will receive Prompt Attention. Christian Church: The service at the Christian Church nezt Sunday will be Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Breaching at 11 a. m, subject, "Tho Perpetuity of Faith." Subject for evening sermon: "The Goodly Pearl." Regular preaching services and Sun day School at tho usual hour at the Methodist Church next Sunday morning Evening services begin at 7:30, and tho pastor Ilev. G. W. Wilson, extends a cordial Invitation to every' one to all the services. On Wednesday afternoon from four to five. Miss Bonnie Carpenter formally entertained a large number In hoiiui of Miss Mnyme Naylor, tho occasion being tlio announcement of tho wedding of Miss Naylor to Mr. Oco Harris October 21th, at tho Presbyterian Church. The color scheme of the wedding pink and white was effectively carried out. ' Miss Lillian Choato received as the guests arrived, and Mrs. Ilanon Shaw served ten and sandwiches in the reception hall. The receiving lino was composed of Misses Mnyme Naylor, Bonnie Ethel Naylor, Mabel Wilson, Ktith Edwards, Mrs. W. A. Naylor and o Mrs. Ixm Naylor. An elegant luncheon was served In the well appointed dining room. The table wus a unique feature, having n large white wool rat half out of a white bag, all decoruted In green ribbons, suggestive that the announcement was out. The place cards which were hand painted In good luck emblems, were attached by green ribbons to tho center, each card bearing a toast to the bride, and as they were delivered ,by the guests a handsome silver loving cup was passed an nil drank to the bride. Tho cream was served In unique flovvor pots, which were presented the guests as favors The guests wore Misses Mnyme Naylor, Ethel and Swan Naylor, Mabel Wilson, Huth Edwards, Lucilo Bonduraut, Inez Luten, Irene Helm, Mildred Uamngc, Mattle May Seay, Marie Brovard, Huth Ellison, Charlotte Hubbard, Annie Cowglll, Myrtlo Walker, Bottle DoBow, Virginia Pra-theMarguorlte Fuqun, Ixmlse Hazel Johnson, Fraukye Held, Lillian Choate and Mesdames W. A. and Lou Naylor. Car-pento- r, two-toursr, d. n Uric Ion, Where Ellison Bros. HICKMAN'S t. ! Ir "v I He Drew the u M . Ico--Yo- have a Una. foreign ur eye. Mr cr a ., a , k Mi.at.ey A forolgn body, la ol don't objlct f a (Icrman, rr a Frlnchroan; but If ul'a iidt'a In mo oye git htm out (Jill wallop him." Dig Show. mi llnrdapplo So yeotir boy i k graduate this spring? Going Tho Manufacturer's U, Itecord. of Sop. k out hla ahtngloT" ua Itjetop 'KhlngleT Goih, Zekft II, glveM tho following report of Hick'(tl no proud an' puffed up ho'll man and Improvements going on: I : , out a tin roof." The Nashville, Chnttnnoogii & St. Umls Railroad has finished laying all No Talie Hopes. ly I poo Hint lobster are going the Kteol on three inllmt of bolt line t inoro expensive. excepting on tho 7th street overhend Wall, I d 1'nront jou needn't bridge, which l bolng built ntid tv 111 alk. Several mllos of concreti ' ii you aro going to get any more Im completed In a few day. Trains curb miuI guttor hnvo boon la.d here i ' f me 0 days, and the Mill doubtloss be running Into Hick In the past 10 or man oxer tlila nw track by Sopt 15. tile Is on the ground for quite an A Remarkable Assumption. of the sou or sjstem. The brick ou aro tho only man I Tlw W. A. Dodds I. ally c iired for " I Bilpposo )ou etignged )Ouriielf to t others just to keep from hurting t err feelings." two-Btor- 'a IMPROVEMENTS. Optomlstic Report Printed Manufacturer's Record. In business block is taking on tin f n The Tyl r scimol toiktus building, of brick, Is being finishd and will be occupied for tho fall term Tho JC000 concrete renldence of Mr Case is also nenrlng completion, and J 30 or 10 other smaller residences lmo been built here this sumuu-r- . Still there Is not a residence here for rent, and many more could bo filled If thoy weru obtainable. lulling r' Difference of Kind. Tho press Agent hero Just now says 'ar Is n iliuelng Hunbonni.' '"iy Thal'H nil niiMinshlno' WILSON ELECTED PRESIDENT. Fulton County Levee Doarti Met Hero Saturday. lie FDIton County Loreo Uoard In this city Saturday, with nil t'ltmUrs present except tho Into 11. T Tjler, who was president of tho 1). n, Wilson wob olected to I I'-- new Mmh well, C03 feet deep, has been compl ted bj the city waterworks, whl h decidedly Improves our water supply. Illghts of way are being secured fcF the traction line which Is to run from Hickman to lndiicuh, Unloiitown, Henderson ntid across tho Ohio river i Itockport. did., where It will con-.- J nect with the line now in operation to Indianapolis. According to roports from Honderson, tlio corporation, which is chnrtured with a capital of ffiOO.000, Is composed of Indianapolis and citizens along tho line In both tntes. Through tho offorts of tho Industrial league tho Hickman Coll Hoop Co. has been established and Is placing machinery In tlio new plnnt. This factory will give employment to 40 or CO men. Tho Kentucky Farmer's Tobacco Co., with a capital of JliHO,-nuIs preparing now to erect Its factories and warehouses In Hickman, It will employ n Inrgo force, and Is one of tho largest Indopem'i i topac-e- o factories In tho United Stales. Mr. Walter Tho work of tho leaguo Is not being dono by resorting to exciting, booming tactics, but by steady, persistent, untiring work, the kind that brings real and lasting but a certainly. SENTENCED TO PEN. Circuit Court at Fulton Sends up Two Negroes. Fulton Circuit Court is in session at Fulton this week nad the following coses havo been disposed of: Aaron Franklin, a negro, charged with permitting too much noise his place of business. Acquitted. W. B. Wnlston vs. I. C. It. II. Co. Complainant was suing for damages In regard to the killing of. a cow by one of the defendants trains. Dismissed settled. Commonwealth vs. J. A. Mllnor, earning roncenled and deadlj weapons, llond forfeited. Commonwealth vs. Bob. Weatherly, violating local option law, filed awny on account of absence of witnesses. Commonwealth vs. Aaron Franklin, suffering gaming on premises, filed away. Guy Howard vs. I. C. It. XI., filed awny. Commonwealth vs. Karl Boaz, shooting, tried and admitted. It will be remembered that dur Ing the altercation on tho strets of Fulton several months ago Earl Boaz shot his cousin, Hoy Boaz, In tho leg, making a flesh wound. Commonwealth vs. B. Smith and Dunk .Marshall, negroes, storo breaking, tried and sentenced to the penitentiary from one to five years. Kontucky Culvert Co. vs. City of Fulton, Judgment for plaintiff for the sum of $S3l.G0. Commonwealth vs. Gene Curry, n negro, gnmliig, transferred to quarterly court for trial. Tho grand Jury returned tin Indictment against Ben Johnson, a white man, for horse stealing. Ho wus trW convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary for a term of from tjvo to ton years. t ljrj f i i thij acancy, and tho board roc--1 BBsasVM ndud for appolntmont to tho an u mombur, T. A. Lwlford. In will doubtlt'fiu bo npiolnted by "id c Vajior. II. C. Helm wan ro-- ' ed as Bccrutnry. taiii ntor, hi V Tiu board U. 11. la now composed of Val H. C. Holm, W. A. John- Wilson and T. A. Ledford. uiiull amount J of biisluefla wuh iiH aorvices. wuh ullow-- ti.ui:ictod. Tho secretary n aj instructed to havo tho feiico finl't i from llouduraut'H to Mubol, and xi ii posts sot along tho present Uno - jtllr for Ho "f fmco, also wlrotruiiB along miino Iboard further Instructed tho bcc ri it ry to seo that all manlier of rub-h- i I was moved from tho loveo. Mrs HesH Ilooghcr and diuighter, vtho havo been visiting Mrs. Kmmn Tyltr, returned to hor homo In Vii., ycBtorday. Hoa-nok- Fall opening of Wraps for Ladies, Misses and Children are now ready for your inspection. A guarantee of perfect satisfaction goes with every cloak or coat suit thereby relieving you rrom all responsibility. Suppose you call and see for your- seir. it is neecuess to say umi iiuumig m town surpasses them in style, workman: : : : ship and price. J Walkor, tho jiopulur carrier routu G, has completed his now residence In tho south part of town und Is moving lato it this week. A hi Fuqua Helm Sr Co. Under tho personal supervision of L. llrown, president of tho Industrial Leaguo, tho work of grading streets In Greater Hickman has boon pushed for past two month 3, and most beautiful streets and boulevards are the results of his work. Thuro Is not an olovntlon in any of them that tho weakest auto cannot pull "on high" without checking the siH'cd In tho least, and Hickman now affords a system of automobile drives unsurpassed by uny city In tho country, Willi tho most beautiful scenery In tho South thrown In. Van Lee and Highland boulevards and IMver-loturraco aro especially worthy of mention. Tho boulevards aro each 100 feet wide, each having two park In tho drives, with a center und walk space next the piopertj Hue liotli these boulevards oxtend from State street to tho rlor bluff, a distance of about 1000 feet and Intersect with the Itlver-vletorraco. ltivervlew terrace Is .i winding driveway that follows the meiinderings of tlio crest of tho bluff overlooking tho Mississippi for nearly I0Q0 feet and terminates with the end of tho bluff at tho Intersection of AlSHOW BOAT TUESDAY NIGHT. lison avenue. Since tho completion of this work on tho streets and tho Mrs. Magglo Ituudlo Is quite sick. locating of tho two now factories, Wo havo JUBt received 000 pair of oven tho most Incredulous havo become convinced Hint tho development tho Old Woolen Mills punts to bo sold of Hickman by thu Industrial league at less than factory prices. Sullivan Is uo lougor a matter of speculation, Bros. v 25-fo:i0-fo10-fow H" Your Prescription is safe with us. "H purest and freshest drugs and medicines we can get. All prescriptions filled by a registered pharmacist J. C Ellison. In having any prescription or medicinal recipe filled here, remember that we use only the Helm & Ellison .H DR. F. M. USHER DEAD. One of County's Best Citizens POOR ARRANGEMENT. Joins Silent Host. M. Usher, one of Uiu most Dr. nronilnunt physicians uX this county, died at lila home in Kulton .Monday ufteruoon. DaUi came wry unexpectedly, and It thought to have been the result of heart trouble. Deceased was 70 wire of age, and the major portion of his life was spent iu ulton county In the practice of his profession. lie Is survived by his companion and one ton, Dr. Frank Usher, of San Autonlo, Texas. Funeral services were conducted this iuornln& ut 10 o'clock. Dr. Uaher had a host of frieuds whose hearts will bo saddened by the news of his death, lie was a good innu, and the Courier valued him as a true friend. Present Location of Water Troughs Very Inconvenient. l East Fulton. In an interview with J T. Dillon, manager of the Hlckiuan Ico & Coal V Harris. I. Judge, K Co., our reporter Interrogated lilm in A Knighton, It. Judge. J regard to the watering troughs allowS K Howard, It. Qlerk. city under the contract existed the Will Thompson, 1). Sheriff. ing between the company and city. West Fulton. He cheerfully furnished the information, and from what he gne out we I) W IliifliM, It. Judge. nie of the opinion that the company J I, White, D. Judge faIs more anxious to do the city n The Ice & Coal Co. nre willing to I). Qlerk. vor than Is the city to take advan- furnish the water and there can bo J It .Mlllner, W V Kaksr. It. Sheriff. tage of same The substance of the no mercenary motives contributed to Lodijton. It is true that a trough out of cummls-slo- n stands between the rail road park and Uuchanan building, but It has not afforded water for mouths. Now, we think that the trough In the extreme eastern part of the olty bhould be moved In the vicinity of the eastern part of Clinton street ami the trough at the railroad park bo repaired, thereby giving the people that come to town an opportunity of watering their stock convenient to the locality from whence they come. ELECTION OFICERS. Ttiat will Serve at November election. NEGRO DOY3 BURN BARN. SYCAMORE CHAPEL. .Mrs Coffey U Quito slok with f Monday night about 9 o'clock n farm of Mrs Alma Splc- barn on the or, northeast of town was burned, to Dan llrlggance visited MIbn Anul. gether with Its contents and a good IteudPiiour Sunday. faintly horse which was stabled In tho It looked so much like the burn Miss Annlo Ituadouour vlnlttd Mm s work of an Includlnry that Clack Monday evening. blood-hound- were at once amired 'rom The dons easily fol lownl the trail to tin Iuhiu of Chw. Wat r Valley Dave and George Morrow looking for lotton plrkors. haw t. Pillow Top and Back Jiio Ji 11 M C IjAWYoii, I). Judge. Cnshou It. J ml no Hollow. It. Clark. D. Jo. ferguson, cayce. Sheriff. Schmidt, the Taller. Beware of The True Test fj A store's worth depends not on whether it is housed in a magnificent building or whether its home be unpretentious but on the service it gives. Imitation. All tho leading magazine t Fronch'a. at Fetho F J Wilds, H. Judge That! Vesrlilno. I). QlOrk. I). Clork. Joe Sum Wilds, It. Sheriff. Hor. State Line. Judge. II C MuUou, D. Judgtt. J M Itoper. D. Clerk. II Itobbltt, II. Sheriff. Sam Corman Vance was In Union City Tuesday afternoon on business. Uvea &$$? ,1rtcRoSC3 Martin, 11. It. B. Brevard and wife visited rela at Brevard's crossing this week. MAKES GOOD. SWAIN When the advance brigade of the 1. Swain Show began to distri bute literature and post bills announc ing their fourth annual engagement In Jackson, many doubted the usser nous of borne of tnu posters. The literature ond advertisements claimed uio W. 1. Show Company to be the niggest, bebt, most favorably known bnow of its Kind In America. Also that vwry show would be presented and staged us well as any big city bnow. Their repertoire would con 4isl of melodramatic and postanal comedies, western tnrillers, farce and musical comedies and classics, lhey also emphasized the fact that above all, everything would be moral and dean. The W. I. Swain Company, individually and collectively, have verified uli the above stipulations, promisee, and. In addition, it is one of the best, cleanest and most refined showa of its kind that has ever played in Jackson. Tent shows are popular and Mr. Swain la substantially adding to such popularity. The business policy and grand lone of the Swain shows, und In fact, every angle from which the organization can be reviewed Is so far iu advance of what we expected that a new life seems to be given Jackson, and a strong desire for more of the eame kind. Men and women are but grown up boys and girls at best, and who us, large or small, but feel the glow of pleasureable anticipation when the coming of u big tent show is announced.-Jackxo- u (Miss.) Dally News, April 9, 1911. The Swain Show will appear In Hickman one week commencing Monday, Oct. 2. W. fj Is its merchandise fairly priced ? Can it be depended upon for quality ? Does it aim at satisfaction for its customers ? These are the things that count. We ask you to make this your store. We do so because we believe we can stand the test of service. Here no sale is complete until you are satisfied. J East Hickman. Oniy, It. Judge. J IMHd. D. Judge. (i I, CnrittHtor, I), dork. (1 I. Collins, It. Sbsrtff. It 1. l8fVF '.V . .!,.- - tfiaitiiiitLUjz&A Old Hickman. J W Itogers, I). Judgo. (' II lluektrtt, 11. Judge. II C Hurwtt, It. Clork. Oias Wernsr, 0. Sheriff. West Hickman. fj At this time we present many attractions for the thrifty shopper. Stocks are complete and prices tempting. Game to this store. You are safe when you purchase here. J W II K M M It F Hunt. It. Judge. (MImou. D. Judge. Msttmiiy, I). Clerk. l'rorou. It. Sheriff. Rldoe. To convince every lover o( Art Nellwork that Richardson's Grand Prite Wash Embroidery Silk ' test, we lll give away FREE! A PILLOW TOP WITH BACK Sassafras Choice of 12 Pretty Deign Absolutely Free i' E. R. ELLISON'S IlrowH. It. Judge, i: C IkiHlslKiw, D. Juilge. lUnuii Httuw, D. Clerk. J 11 Crnlg. It. Sheriff. M All we aik Is that you buy fix skeins of Richardson's Grand Prize Grecian Floss with which to embroider it, and a diagram lesson for 25c. The Pillow Top ami IU lc art absolutely free. Madrid Bend. Hickman, Ky. E. R. ELLISON'S HICKMAN, KY. Whltewin, u. Judge. Ifcxk Adams, D. Judge, 'no A Ward, I). Clork. Il.n tthltfuou. II Sheriff. J interview is as. follows There Is a watering trough at the College, where Troy avenue and Moscow avenue converge. There Is a watering trough at the extreme east end of the city limits. Now it appears to us that the college trough would take care of the travel and public from the fact that Moscow avenue runs directly by both troughs and the trough at the extreme end of the city limits Is superfluous. There is a trough at the court house that tukes tare of the hill or Oldlllckmun; there Is a trough In Went Hickman where the bottom and lake roads converge, but there Is not a trough in the city proper or on Clinton street them, but to the city und merchant there can be attributed an act of carelessness or oversight. Ia'Is all get busy und put the wa tering troughs where they wilt bent: subserve the Interests of the whole! people. The grand Jury's Investigation of alleged Irregularities In the Hickman police court and police force fell through with a dull thud It was fhown that all monies collected from fines, etc , had been properly account ed for Dotr ratlc Coal, all grade, from 2 ! up. Phone 185. If You Have a Printing Want WE WANT 1 0 KNOW WHAT IT IN Putting out good priming und when we say good printing we don't mean fair, but the brst obtainable If you are "from Mlnourl" give us a ttUI and we will U our butinru, Show You Henry lllcka f (ha ffwiar youni IIKn of this otHRtfi umiy, Oia otr state, county and school tax lb SUttt Ihmi'i cry DfrtB; lb. n U now due and payable. Coalder arc JNrt na mnh rksti Jf i S ou ' Johnson, Shorlff. Clinton Is to have n jkwUI Mtvlng I'm. t ploM Mil At SMllit bank It will be opined Oct L'C Ilrox h,i .on a vw t tli in ! .!..! d tu m II tllltlll I'll kill Jiuk-i- u who livid ni a r lv r iiy iii iii im v i v ai tl aitotlx r color d 1mv ii until 1 ul. li rtc ilmush lli- - rtfttim arrt-sieman wc-and tin tin way era uf i.iir Iomii Uuti KUM III lMCto jail the Jut knoii bo i oiifVi) r Haim prii- - ikl by nHh Slajdtll nitd depHtUii efh- d thi- arret The boy am mhw of J W ntMBlmi AMI Wtfo, Of llrowii two of tin- btHt ami mtwt viii. wiuil utuit itMtfltMir, Mrs tuiurtil tltlstiiH of the county Clin-t"i- i lix Ctark Mmr4 mtokl iiHtl (iu tte ll-M J.uk tr I - Mi-rif- f - - 8tta ia rtl Big Bargains for One Week Only Just to start business .off at a lively gait and give the economical shopper some real bargains, we have placed on our bargain counter the following items for one week, from Saturday, Sept. 30th to Saturday night, October 7 th : GOOD CALICO, worth 6c a yard at 4 1-- 2C WHITE THREAD, 2 Spools, Nos. 5o or 60, at 5c PEARL BUTTONS, worth 5c a dozen, special, 2 doz. for 5c CRASH TOWELING, worth 8c a yard, at 4c RIBBON, assorted colors, sizes 36 to 80, worth 25c to 35c yd., special FREE 10c Every School Child who visits our store next week will be given a 5c lead pencil free Naifeh Bros. Bargain Stor ROOM FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT VRM Wf'MWl""M '""' i'imi p 1,11 .. This Paper Always Stops when your tlmo Is out. we dont believe In forcing a on anyone. faper do not want to mlti a copy, keep the pbscrlp-tlo- n $1 In i v. i . ' i.ulv mirrly It k tap niioiiwV per Year Advance ricptloin "July ty OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY H i Nuiimn ,rlntr col la ninoiilit lor ii thnl ille lliii roiintjr nun HMr iohin-mi- I rmr nn THE HieKMftN eeURHER. Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, SAD BUT TRUE Nothing Doing for Heirs to $12,000,000 Estate. paid up. A notice of expiration In given liere 16 days abend wltli Local Newj 1911 BE A STRIKE-OUT- ? Number 15 A Blue Mark N, C. & St, L. Railroad Approach to Hickman. GOING ' TO . mriiio traik -. d in ih also (( shown H curti on thi N c nl.ii will shortly 1m- - K s U r.Hreid aid ' n w utrug In it line HWk-- - south llitertiiw I'nrk of the- - Industrial league In the dtatance he koMa two munth lonwor and ayH $10 nloraHe; hut he would be $40 off If he hod a siimll granary In ir1c. In nn arguThe lncr-a- e of holdliiK jour proment In MID OF GRANARIES Mvertooked by Farmers of Fuiton County. . l4ir ducts, the nmount spent for storago upon our farmli Importance uf IhiIIiIIhc hi nn argument In fnvor of bulldlnK barn and uronarlea. The otlior foliu whUh to Hot n MHttr low- ttulhln elevators and umke monoy UtLtmr intern Tttf hold for holding U for jou why not you? i u big grain ohhowh at Vh Two ami two make four see tho operated n )nr, which IMrlHlT otor, cntahltHC wir a ihoUMtml of dUnm, bad .t to drho Ikb arKUHtMl OLD KENTUCKY. matter U HUH put off. Tnko mo back to old Kuntuoky, lwe m- )ou another obJ-MWhere tho cr)tul waters Kllnt ilin who W whwit at Am tlioy danot) along thulr bonlHrs, I uu Through tho fragrant hoda of mint; r iiing Uhm buyers Whero tlw Iuhkoh nnd thu ltoru a liHuliel for wheat. Many Are hut Uiruia for grnco und niHdr who iltil not iiiMiMK tittm IU And the whlnkoy nnd thu Htatwuiuii Stiaw. .Hon It. Jl. t. Arn ImiIIi notcil for thulr "houd, l.onMlh, HitUK K In cimttK 9c a Tuke me bark to old Kentucky, .lor Mora Ik- time H hAM ImmH UfWhore- strong wnturs flow wi frco; t ia now worth Mc a bush- - Where they too! (Jl In tho summer, i imllcittloMi are that It 'Neath tho spreading Julep tree; niiirtHia - ninr has trtd time ami a- - for ;t Tho story of the big Cnlvort fortune Mid to be lying for centuries In tho heart of Ilnltlmore hus comu to life, and a number of KoutuckluuH hae been glvon tho Idea Hint thoy are to receive many thousands front 1 n big place or land In llalClmoro. It Iicih deolop(d Hint Fulton coun-- tj has iuvfral heirs to tho culato and tht-- j are getting plans on foot to prow Ihelr luteriiHt In It Thoj aro; Isnnl Clark, Mrs. M K lloso, Mrs. I' II lloury, of near Illckmnu. Mrs. am Chandlar. of Tennessee, nnd tho three children of Obld Clark J There Is no doubt that C.000 ncrea of Innd In Ilnltlmore arc well worth $l?.000.000. nnd It would boa pleas ant thing fur the Kentucklans who are being told thoy nre Calvert helra to share It. 1 i no Kentucklans might ns well bnwninr. , bor.itinn ImriT "forcet It." .. , tlrefls have fallen for tho same storj 1 thaso many years. Claims to tho Calvert nart of tho slate In tho center of Ualtl moro have coming In for tho last! quarter of a century with a regularity that Is no longer surprising. Some of the older Inhabitants say that the miiio kind of claims wore coming to Ilnltlmore us far back as they remem ber. Alt of Ilia clalmonts suspect or believe that they lire heirs to SlrQi-o- , d bi-o- missioners bought from Daniel and Charles Carrol thu tract of sixty acres paying 40 shillings an acre, and then the town was laid off. Sir Geo. Calvert's estate bt3 nothing to do with tho building of the city of Ualtlmore, and thero is no question about tho CaUert title In any of the latter extensions of tho City. RESIDENCE BURNS. Bob Collier's Home Reduced to Ashes Saturday. Tho three room residence of Bob Collier, colored, who works In It. L. Cray's blacksmith shop, caught tiro about 9 o'clock Saturday morning and was completely destroyed. The firo Is supposed to have started from the cook stove in the kltchon. Hob carried $500 Insurance ou the. house and $1C0 on tho contents. Ills smoke house and other outbuildings also burned. This place is Just cast of the Hickman Joint Stock Co. store and considerable work was necessary to save tho store building. Speaking of his loss Bob says: "I had Just finished paying for my home but if the Lord gives me health and folks give me work, I'll come again." That's the logical way to look at M i h Cahcrt. Pittsburg has laid it claims Ion August 8, 1792, Uiat an act was for several of its citizens. So havo passed for erecting a town of sixty Cleveland, Toledo, Chicago, Denver, IoB Angeles even Inoffensive Wheeling, and a great list of other cities. So Kentucky Is late. For the benefit of Kentucklans who may be told that thoy have a chance to get some of the Calvert millions out of Ualtlmoro real estate it would ha well to bear In mind that It was acres on the north aide of tho I'ata-pscto bo known as Ualtlmoro town, nnd commissioners wore appointed consisting of Major Thomas Tolloy, William Hamilton, William Huckner, Dr. George Walker, Richard Qlst, Dr. Ceorgo Iluchanan and Col. William Miss Dell Mercer left Saturday for Hammond. Jackson( Tnn., after a short visit On December 1, 1729, these com vifclt with Mrs. A. Amberg. o, frnr T - H -- - - - II bfor mils lit ImIwh-- ii i In- I the tlironhlHR lime Buuro; Alwa)s hit lha prion: will now amount havo, imxt morning, , or a totnl of $170 Ami you i hunlo-lHheumntlMni In your hair. KH) bunhelH Trim, ho iiiiihI storage or IKU ou tho 1,000 Tnko mo buck to old Keutuoky, III will OIH out ahead If Whi-r- ) tho bluu grass duckn the hills iHtow file. Hill "low the what today (he Wherubulls""high halls" and tho nor ontr r Whora Uiuy have no ubo for water, Hnvo for oparatlng mills; For they nooru It bh a bovcrago, On that durk nnd hlorxly ground, As they claim tnjr slnco tho deluge That it tostos of slnnura drowned. Take mu bnok to old Kentucky, tho stato whoro I was born; Whoro tho com Is full of kernels. And the Colonels full of "corn;" I GENUINE IMPORTED H' i IH Cut... Glass Embracing nil the new patterns nnd nn extensive line f the prettiest pieces you ever snw i lt Ia Whoro to disapprove that bovcrago to top with suddun death; And thoy have n bonded wnrohouso Whoro they barml up tholr boath. Toko mo hack to old Kentucky, IajI mo henr tho pistols pop, Sih tho pigs and polltlcnns In slop; With tholr snouts cye-doep opening display of fine clothes for fall and Winter; GREAT showing of the new, late fabrics, the smart new styles and models, just in from Hart Schaffner & Marx. You must not fail to have an early look at these goods; come while everything is fresh and complete ; come whether you are ready to buy or not. Look through the stock, decide on your color, your fabric, your pattern ; let us find your size and correct fit ; you can have it laid aside for a later time if you want to. You might as well have an early choice ; you know youVe going to want them sooner or later. New grays and browns Tnko mo b.ick to tlioso bluo mountnlns Whoro thoy nrguo points with lead; Hut jou needn't rush tho matter Take mo back when I am dead. SOME GOOD COLTS. U lloiidrlx colt show afternoon kouio mighty good colls ilred by l'rlnco Alfred, wero huowii. Tha first nnd second prizes $10 nnd $16 woro won by coltH owued by lluck Kouton, 1st, und tteorgo Sanger, 2nd. Tho Judge wore A. 0. Klmbro, S. Ii. Itoyntor mid S. II. Mndor. At Great Redactions Don't buy Cut Glass until you have seen my line and prices. At J The Shape-make- r, new blue grays ; new blue serges in plain and pattern weaves. the Varsity, the smart new Raglan slip-o- n overcoats, and the English ; box overcoat. Many New Handsome Silverware Patterns to show you. II. H. Curlln.of tho "House of Quality," one of our hustling, enterprising young business mon, has just Installed a $430 National cash register. This machine Is operated by electricity and dooa tho work of a good book keeper, and is far moro nccurnto. Ono of Hugh IM'b hobbles is to keep of the times; not only In tho goods, but In matter of business methods as well. Miss Annie Lnurlo Brown returned to her homo In Tupelo, Miss., Friday after n visit with hor sister, Mrs. Ilalph Cunningham. Suits $20 and up.. Overcoats $18.50 and up. Other makes $8.50 to $18.50 I .j 4Z lz-- I SCNLENKER The Jeweler Smith & Amberg '' ' WANTED An exporlonced salestfo lady. Naifoh Broa, m ' una mi. 1 IIUtoi JilttMto Ll W rwii'inlwfcift V -- .iatrW,r1 Uf AFTER 7 YEARS I ST INSURED WITH KENNEDY. Bargains in Farm Land Kentucky Land For 8ale. Tract No. 2. Forty acres two miles from Hickman on C. M. & (1. Ry. Aboil Now Groom house, stable, etc thirty ncres In cultivation, balance In timber. Will tako $3000 for tills tract. Tract No. 3. Farm of 1C0 ncres, 2 miles below Hickman, all In cultivation, several good houscB and residences, stables, etc. Rented out for a term of four years with good tenant. $CG per acre. Tract No. 4. About 7f acres, two good tenant houses, stables, etc. All In cultivation, 216 miles from Hickman Vi mllo from Owen Slough Switch. $00 per acre. Tract No. 7. Farm of ISO acres bo tuccn Mud Creek aud Cayce, all In cultivation. Good barns, house otc. Price mndo on application. Mississippi Land For Sale. (r Weekly Bargains- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FOUR SPECIAL BARGAINS One dozen PETTICOATS, ninde of rcnl heavy black tnffetn silk. All pure silk worth $5.00, very fine bargain, two days special SUFFERING I Hickman Furniture Co.. headquar ter for anything In furniture. 's Was Cured by Lydia 0. Pink-ham- Mrs. Mollle Walker visited relative at Raal Prairie. Mo.. last week Vegetable Compound autumnal ' last Thumlay wn Waurlka, Okla. "I had fomnlo trou equinox awl summer la over Hum bles lor seven years, wasan ruiuiovwi. your straw hat. unit so nervous l jgaKV - ' could not do any "I.im to autumn" are now In onU thing. The doctors and tte anticipate a large erop rnm treated mo for dif ITW ferent thinrs but aspiring and peraplrlng mh gj did mo no good. I ij got so bad that 1 Missouri ha I5.0fl0.000 ere of land JL Jfir could not, Sleep uny and reeent figure hows thai 10.- or nlcht. While in ihni.ihh) of them are not cultivated. this condition 1 rend of I.vdia ;. Pink. Union City Is U exiierleuce anolher ham's Vegotablo Compound, and uuctloii sale of kU. Wo thought our lHiran its use and paased that Mnge wmtnto Mrs. Pinkhani for nth Ice. In nxighbor elly had si short time I h.id gained my nvempj a dog at Cairo while digging a- woigui and am mnv strung ami " o. rimrnl a tree unearthed a ?20 gold . Mrs. Sai.i.11- M i vj.ns It. P. piece which proved to ho n rare coin 3, JJox 31, Waiinka, Okfti. Another Crntoful Wonmii. ner- worth $1000. Huntington. .Mass. "I was in a vous, run down condition and for three Horace, win of Coo. A. lilblis. died years could lind no help. t good hoalth to at hi home In Union City Wednes"I ouo my nri'M-nLydia Ji PinkhAtn's Vegetable Com- day Sept. JO. Tuberculosis canned pound and Jilood Purifier ulilch J bo hi denth. lieve saved my life. Spiintor RobL I,. Taylor still thinks "My doctor knows what lielictl mo and does not say one word against it." that Speaker Champ Clark Is going to JIates, Box Mrs. Maui Jankttk 1m nominated and elected next veor 134, Huntington, Mass. Because your case is a dillicult one, as President of the United State doctors having done yon no good, do not continue to suffer without giving Five state hnvo adopted the pres Lydia K. llnkhanrs Vegetable Com. iMjiind a trial. It surely has cured idential primary. North Daknlo lends many cases of female ills, such as in- off with U March 1012. Wisconsin flammation, ulceration, displacements, April 2, Nebraska April 17. Oregon tibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic April 111. and New Jersey March 28th. pains, backache, that bearing-dowOilier state will probably bate such feeling, aud nervous prostration. a law before the next presidential election. Both partlos reveal their QUARTERLY MEETINGS. preference on the twine day of those Presiding Elder Freeman state prlmnry election. Names the Round Dates. The Home Journal gets $7,000 for tho back cover page ach Oct, Martin cL, Stanley's C frwue: $0,000 for the inside cover Obion ct., lUvos Oct. .' ench Issue; and Jt.Ono per age In Hornbeak mis. Obion O Out 1M6 side, en eh tame. For small ads the Troy ct., Troy Oct. 6 rate Is $7 an Inch with II line to Union City ct.. Harris Oct. 21 the Inch. The Saturday evening Post Ilalston ct., Kalstoti Oot. 27 Is paid 54,000 for the back cover, Sharon mis. Beach 0 Oct. per Ihsue; $3,3S0 for the Inside covKenton and Rutherford R..Oct. 31 er, and $S,S0O per page Inside, per South Fulton Nov. 2 Issue, or for small nils f per Inch 1 1 Nov. 3 Moscow ct., Moscow lines to the Inch. Of course "adverCayco Nov. tising doesn't pa)" all these big Nov. Fulton sta firms spend their money "Just to help Nov. 7 Water Valley ct the paer." Nov. 8 Fulton ct Hickman sta Nov. 9 Martin sta .'....Nov. 10 Columbus sta Nov. 2 DR. R. 0. Nov. 12 Union City sta i This Week fl 1 V Four Dozen PETTICOATS, mnde of the best Hentherbloom goods. Skirt really worth $1.75, as long as they last, two days special !-- 7-- S 1C-1- 20-3- 0 6 11-1- Swellings of the flesh caused by cold, fractures of the bone, toothache, neuralgia or rheumatism can be relieved by applying 1!AI- LAItD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It should be well rubbed In over the part affect- ed. IIh great healing and penetrating power eases the pain, reduces swelling and restores natural conditions. Price 2Gc, COc and 1 per bottle. Sold by HLkman Drug Co. Moved I have moved my Office and Store into my new Brick Building, corner Kentucky and Clinton streets, and will be glad to have all of my friends call and see me. Am better prepared to take care of all your wants than ever. Tract No. 8, 2608 acres between Slato Farm and Routulaway Plantation, VI mile from Madison branch on Y. & M. V. Ry.. 1G miles from Clarks dale, Miss. About 100 acres In cultivation, balance In woods. Tho Raw logs have been cut from It but tho timber standing can bo worked Into Forty dozen MENS HOSE, pure silk Ten dozen MENS DRESS SHIRTS, cross ties, staves, etc. A new manag lisle, absolutely guaranteed worth 25c shirt on earth, all sizes, the best er's cottage with 7 or 8 good tenant strictly new goods, just got them in, or more. All colors black, gray, pearl, houses, stables, etc., artesian well flowing 7C gallons per minute. Will tan and others. two days special take $60,000 for this piece of proper-ty- . Nono finer In tho Delta. This Is a good chance for a few Fulton coun1 ty boys to Join in and divide up this proporty. Tract No. 9. 728 acres three miles from Hcalhmnn on Southern Ry , and three miles from Inland branch of Y. & M. V. Ry.. 1 miles from Sunflower river. About 1C0 ncres In cul My stock is now complete with new goods selected with care and the years of Uvation, and about 450 acres that has experience I have had in the dry goods, shoe and clothing business, and nm sure been deadened 4 or G years. Six or seven good tenant houses, Btables, that you can find what you want here. The prices arc cheaper than can be etc Will take $15,000 for this, on made at any store anywhere. Come in and let us show you through our stock. torms stated on above land. Tract No. 10. Forty acres 2 mllui LOOK FOR OUR WEEKLY BARGAINS north or Heathman. Will tako $10por acre for this. Will sell any of above land at iO per cent cash, balance ouo to five, ono to Con, one to twenty, one to forty years If bo desired by purchasBUCHANAN BUILDING THE CORNER STORE er, G per cent payablo annually. Also forty good brood mares, bred to $1800 Jack that wo will sell ut a bargain. Ako Bevoral good registered red polled bull calves, and soverul LYRIC THEATRE MARRIAGE LICENSES SWAIN MAKES GOOD. registered Berkshire boar pigs. Oooka Some Good Shows. Granted In Obion County, L. DODDO. 8. More Good Ones to Follow. Since Our Last Issue. When the tMlrane brigade of Ow W. I. Swain Hfcow bevin to dlsrl- Cage Halo hns taught from W. (I. Sept. 30. Tht NlHh'i Iltder Co. JftMna mttur aa4 Mary lim. port W" smhhiik!- Reynolds the farm owimmI by Mr. IUv bote literature and WaMer Juhnti mtl Klori.. . M Oet 1C, Tha Man oh th IMx. iHg ltHr fourth annual .rKAMet nolds known as the Applegnt farm. Nov. II, Plnnean's Honyioon. O (I. iumI ICUm UI In .Inrkfon, many donUrd the MMr- Veterinary Surgeon ISt aoros about four mile from Un Dee. SO. I'sokV lkid Hoy. W It and Marj In Tl llourt of some of Um ion City und ouo of the beat farm Graduate of Chicago Vet. Jan. 3, A Ilaeholor's llnutiymoon. Claud CJtiuri. r mim4 Knli.' i. and adTwUsinwits rlslmed In 'he county. Mr. Hnle will occupy Hisrature Jan 13, Thelmn. I.IihI) ('mi. r ,iii4 Mantel l' Collepe 1893 the W. I. Show ("omnii to Ik nine the first of the mouth. We am Jan. H1C17, Tae YnHktM I)omIIi heat, most favorably knwWU Olfire nt Steve Stnhr's liveryll.irn all glad to Heo Mr. Cugu Hale iimve kow or Its kind in Aimrira Ifcni lWukioii Hd V.rni I A too Stix'k Co. hack here from Illckumn as he Is an I'eb. liti. Human llwirls. wmid every show woHld ! prtwntal BOTH PHONES extremely good citlseti. Union City tlml Mar. 10, The Olrl HHd Tim Tramp. awl atMRed as well tut any big elly Phone, Cumb. 194 Residence Mar. . The Thlof. would conttfiuw. Their nHrtolre "Uread In Old Kentucky" high , . stat of meliMlrainallr ami nasiorlal Lyric Tuosday Oct. 10 The Mis.-uut Mnrnnrtt flour. Hotter thanoth i Calls promptly answered night or I Burrow Tennessee Artists and Btft $Htmedle, western thriller, Urn- - and IMhnke's Cream Uread recelvcl but cohUi no more. a day. Satisfaction guaranteed. iniiHlenl eiufldle ami eUsnIrs 'liter dally at Mnthrny Ilros. & Hant. tertalnors. 1'ntther. nlo emphasised the fact that above all. evrythliiK Mould be moral and ifJWiiLJ,uiwiumvLUHCiMHiuinnu!iinwiaDiaai ilnn. TIm W. 1. Swain OoMiMny. individually and eol lee tl rely, hate If verified nil the above nttptitatloiiH, protnlxeti. ami. In addition, It la one of the bst, eleniHMt aud most 4d mIiowu of Its kind that haa ever 1 T Y Y Stt, pl.iV'd in Jurku)ii. Tout shows are popular and Mr rtualn Is niibHtantlnlly adding to sin h liopiilarlty. The buHiiietw oliry and grand tone of tin- Hwalu ahnww, am) In fnrt. ev ery angle from which the organization can be revluwed Is so fnr In ad vnueo of nhat ue uxponlud Ihut a new life seuuiH to Ik glvan JuekMon, and a strong deslru for mora of kind. Men and woman arc-- hut grown up T(W boys and girls at, best, and who us, largo or small, hut feel anticipation of pleasurenble V flBsV ulicn the coining of a big loin show (Miss.) I Lilly is uunounced.-JaLkMjSCWOOL SWOY1S News, April I), 1011. Tho Hwulu Hhow will uppuar In FOR STYLE AM) SERVICE Hickman ouo week commuuolug Mou- jday, Oct. 2. $1.00 49 18 :m: waipeh IIH 4lrdr Sj LOPECKER ien I News-llnnno- a Heiti-rHwort- ! we rSchool can't, havp Tvqc TVn, Shoes well so barefoot J - e tin-glo- u m TES5 m .ssis ...W. A. D0DDS... 'llio conBumer up lo recently had llfteil no volco about tho cost of augnr. While hu could buy a pound nt tho average American grocery for Ifi cents, and whun he read that 100 years ago sugar was 3.3 cents a pound at wholesale, there did not hcciii to ho ouo rift In tho economic clouds. Now short crops aud specu lators have run it for the time up to eight cents about tho avorago refill 'preo in tho United .States aud It muy go higher. As tho uverago family of five persons uses 400 pounds a year, tho economical houso keeper watdes the sugar quotations quite as en 'crly as the fashloi.s. Lyric Saturday NlgliL Look Better Fit Better Wear Longer! uTcs and Ted" arc members of ihc Star Brand 'ami "STATl &RAND SHOES ,RE BETTER A School Bag Free with every pair "less ant! Ted shoes. Smith & Amberg" ""rfwr FIVE inEJHBJN BLAZE FRENCH WARSHIP I 11 OBBb SEVCN MIS8INQ, WHILE D0ZEN8 ARE RESCUED. Twelve Believed to Have Perlilied In SUM Of FIRE apartment bulldug at 133C South FIVE HUNDRED ARE LOST Sangamon atroct at dawn Mvo bodlea already liavo been and a searching party la prob-Iiv- Veitel, Commliiloned In 1907, Coit mine fur oth-ti- t lu the atlll red-ho- t Coat eNarly 18,000,000 and Waa Seven peraons aro missing. Pride of the Navy la Total Tho dead aro: Henry Knglovltrh,. Lota In Toulon Harbor. little Knglevltoh, hla wlfo; Bessie, r Imby dnughtor; L. Alport; unk BLAZE IN AMMUNITION HOLD OF LIDERTE SENDS VESSEL AND Clilt'HKo,. Sept. I'd. Twelve porsona CREW DOWN. rv Mtuvvd to hnvo boon burnod to ileitilt lu their beds or trampled to ro which destroyed a death In 11 four-stor- Chicago Apartment Home Conflagration, "Mothers" OU know what you want in Boys clothes. We have it. Come in now and see if weve guessed right. Here's something youd value higher than prices if you did not see the figures. I Y identified mnn. Dorene Are 8aved. Toulon, Franco, fiopt. 2G. IKMn of llti' were aaved by fire-k- broko out In tho ammunition hold aud pollcoiiiun, who, regardless of tho ammunition hold of tho battlo-idil-p florou flames, mounted ttiolr uf ib I.I hurt , counted ono of tha intttriHl tho smoke filled iiiioni voHMih in the Krone ladders and h navy, nnd ihamtivra where tenants of tho build-Itho exphMloiiH which followed wreckaaleep. ed tho uroat ulilp and klll.-probably Many eawipod down tiro escape and half of hor crow of 793 mon emen and children were runtime From S(W to 310 of tho crow of tho turlHl to tho atreot In tho rntn Mborto and bIkjui loo mon from tbu BJda. othor warahlpa which Imd boon hout All of tin' bodlea were found In tv to oitiiiKiiUh the flro dlaappoHtod nrrow paaiingeway leading to n fir Tho flro waa at It ocUnk In tin rear of tlm building It At mt It did not uppwar to bt-- htv tho dead wir tramplod In rlotw. but It gnlnod a quirk ndwin-iakm i paiilr which followed the aoNUdlng ovor tho tuuad of Hailom soul if ih alarm. In oxtlHiuthh It. aud suddenly with m. tf thn bod Inn wns thai of a out warnhiK rnachod tho majjaxinoa, Im waa found I'lnapltiK n dead which had not boon flooded on ao- arum Itolh wore bruised count of tho apparently trtfllnK natear In ; to fMt of those who escaped. ture of the blaie Tho exploclon ahook the veeaol foru and af. each CAUSES MANY ACCIDENTS ono emlnK A atronpor than that Rrwat fl enure waa openIt ed In the armor nnd framework of TtM Otwni and H gh Heeli Held by tho Tho voRaol Immwllately a Dangeroui for Railroad wonmo a iiiam or fl'o and anioke nnd Trave'er. oon. atmoat domoliahod by the u n ' Mrs. Jane Hopkins all-woo- l, boy proof d School Suits 2.50 to 6.50 Id T CHI HI tiM lMed The Hamilton Brown Security School Shoes for boys stand the kicks and will wear. CotV l t Jffi wo-ta- n hr BALTZER & DODDS DRY GOODS CO. INCORPORATED Many run after felicity llko a man tronomor Forbes was going to Lonhunting for a bat; whllo, It la on his don he asked his children what presr I trrlr f ourier's HERE tmfo TiHiEKE head ent he should bring back each one of f Take pleasure In your work. A them. Tho boy who was to be an as- m. ? :' idi task that appears distasteful at first tronomer cried out, "Bring me a telesight soon becomes pleasure. scope!" And there are children groceries Phone 38 for Knduranco Is more valuable than whom you find all by themselves A man hullds n bridge nnd Iio is a Lyric Tuesday Oct. 10. drawing on their slates or on paper givat umu. Aiwther man puts up a cleverness. It U the patient, steady plodders who gain and keep fortunes ships or houses or birds, and you knov Saturday night at the Lyric. cathedral and he Is a grout man. liut they are to be draftmen or artist of be who Rl a man an Idoa whloh When benignity and geiitlenebs reign Dee Pleasant returned from .1. some kind. And you find others cichanges his lift for good hi the gruut-va- t within we are In least danger from phering out difficult problems with Louis, Monday. of all. without; every person nnd every oc rare Interest and success, and you curence Is beheld In the most favor Joe Everly, of Medley, was here know they are to be mathematicians. able light. making wheels and Monday on business. And others Truths. A graceful behavior toward others strange contrivances, and you know John Vaugh, of Tiptonvllle, waa Is a constant sourco of pleasure; It The iost of honor Is the ost. of they are going to be machinists. And here Monday on business. pleases others because It Indicates reduty. others are found experimenting with Ixil nothing bo undotui whloh ought hpoct for tholr porsouatlty, and It gives hoe and plow and sickle and you Miss Homer Green left Saturday U. tenfold moro pleasure to ourselves. know they will be farmers. And oth- visit relatives In Memphis for a few to he done. Small profiu. little risk; large prof- Dead Failure. ers are always swapping Jack knives weeks. The reahon why we havo so many or balls or bats and making someits, great rlitki Why not use dustless coal for cookThe best kind of a plonlc Is a pick dead failures In Fulton county Is that thing by the bargain and they are going. A. A. Furls has the real article parents decide for children what they ing to bo merchants. at Old Nick. at tho right price. Something wrong whun a man Is shall do, or children themselves, wrought on by somo whim or fancy, Figs and Thistles. ufrald of himself. Your state, county and school tax Honesty Is hotter capital than n decide for themselves. So we have Tho eagle does not sing, but it Is now due and payable. Goalder now In pulpits men making sermons soars. sharper's cunning. Johnson, Sheriff. Whoso credit Is suspoctcd Is not who ought to be In blacksmith shop No man who thinks wrong can live making plowshares, and we have In righL Mrs. Joe A. Manuel returned toDo-rensafe to be trusted. Mo., Saturday after a weeks A true mnn never frets about his tho law these who Instead of ruining Love will win whero gun powder visit to Mrs. Held. tho case of their clients ought to bo would fail. place In this world. Km ploy no ono to do what you can pounding shoo lasts, nnd doctors who Tho fig tree does not bloom but it Miss Cora Idoorehead, of Mayfield, are the worst hindrances to their pa- bears fruit. easily do yousulf. Court Stenographer, went from hero Hotter to die at tho post of duty tients' convalescence, and artists tryInfidelity cannot point to any ful- to Fulton Saturday. ing to paint landscapes who ought to tbnu to llvo elsewhere. filled prophecies. be whitewashing board fences. Whtlo Mrs. George Jones, of Fulton, visGod's hardest work Is to reveal there are others making bricks who Himself to ited her daughter, Mrs. Carl Schmidt tho sinner. Bits of Wisdom. ought to be remoldcling constitutions, There Is no deed more heroic than a few days this woek. There Is no secret of success but or shoveling planes who ought to be to say no to yourself. Frank Von Borries returned Suntransforming literature. work. God will go where tho humblest day from a few days business trip to There aro children who early devel child Is not welcomed. The mind of a good man Is n kingU10 Hunter Tract at Craig's Landing, dom to him and ho can always enjoy op natural affinities for certain styles The first prayer was made by tho Mo. of work. When tho father of the as- - man who had tho first need. It. W. B. Watson Is acUng as stock A holy life Is the best answer that marshal In place of Claude Hcmby, can be mndo to Infidelity. People nro not vain except when who has been quite ill for several weeks. thoy have no knowledge. There is nothing for which tho Mrs. Joe Polhamus returned Friday heart yearns more than smpathy. k from Nashville, where she had spent The mnn who (urns his back on a wei k. and where she had placed God turns his back on his own people. her daughter, Miss Mary B. in school. We have the Red The devil always keeps tho hinges Mrs. Lamb Shaw and daughter, Miss Cross in nil shapes of the gate of death well greased. Leila Shaw of State Line, wero in mJ, (" all leathers. There nro no froe passes given on town a few dayo tho latter part of Wllh High Shoes, $4.00 any of the road thnt lead to the, pit. last week, the guest of Mrs. T. A. Jit foci" Oxfords . 3.50 Tho serpent cannot fly, but ho Idford. knows enough to catch birds that can Tho more people need friends tho mora they will appreciate kindness. You can not pray for yourself and leave the people you don't like out. No man really prays for anything (Mcthcny's Old Stand) thnt he is not willing to die for. Religion is not something you can arc never tired of talking about its wonderful take home and keep for your own Staple and Fancy Groceries veel ter-rifl- o dotonatlnna. aank to tho bottom Ptluuleltthbi. Snpt. JC That high of Toulon harlxir. aad twbblu aklrts aro roapun-iii- i At an early hour official entlmatra fur n Um proportion of tho MUlNthhy women while pet. of the number of dond ran na high na M0 Katlmatoa by men vatint u and off tralna and mounting ried widely, but there natal no waa doubt defending stairways In nation t4 emteluslon ronohed by thn tbat tho loaa of lifo on tho Liberie li t waa (vft)vatA railway rlntm depart-mi- t died mure than 300 Scorua of aeamon In their bertha. after an Investigation covering Many Leap Into Ocean to Death. tn which 73 suchcaacs month, A few dozen eared themitelvi g by rw rcrdd. Jumptnir overboard .Many of thoao TV from alight Injured leaped laMrlmi ranged Into the water and enattulneie tn painful apralns and wero drowned et Typtcal of tho cauaea kkI forth the other ahlpabeXoro tho boata from In tho roadatoad arcoutd roach them. 'Heel oaunht on atop of coach and Two hundred of tho crew cacaped tor oil death owing to the fact that thoy "Hl hee'a rnurht while descend-l- wero aahore on lento. Commander MUn; worn h btile nklrL" Jaurea, n brother of tho Social In t depIt U potatrd mit that Dim railroad uty, waa not on board. ran te nothing to prevent oneiMltle Tho carnaKe of tha exploalona waa "H'tMttan of all time have Waii wonwj than iould over have occurred 1 tyjw folio that aro dangeroua to In an actual naral ongaRemcnL The fe and hmh." fir nt craah enmo when thn cro waa for the moat part dliperaed tn variGASOLINE FATAL ous ae tlona of tho vessel. Tho men wero without warnlnc of tholr dan-ReMeter Doit Tank Leakt Whl'e Occupant 8 eep; On Man Dead, Scorea of Dodlea Hurled High In Air. One Dying. Scores of bodies wero hurled high Into tho air, accompanied by great armor, framowork, Beabrtght, N. J, Sept, 2C Furaea fragment of fr.mi a cnkellno. tank Into tho cabin bursting ahalla nnd tho blinding, sufof a motor launch, whwro two men focating amoko of tho ;owdor. i7 doting on tholr return from a Men below who had not yet boen fiatilng trip, mused tho death of Wil- awakened wero killed In tbolr sleep. liam 1U O'Uunnvll of Now York, and Others, awakened by tho uxploalon, may oauao tho death of tho other atarted co Jump overboard and were man, William llopklna, of Shcopanead caught by tho second detonation. Iwy. who waa tak n from tho cabin la an uneonucloua condition. Two Can't Rlda Motorcycle. Mop! Ina la still unconscious at the Washington, SepL 26. As a result buaplotl. MarJorU of the death of 12 yoar-olNenrhter. who waa run down and killed recently by n motorcycle ridKekovtorf Decomea Premier, t fit. I'tttpraburg, Sept 26. Tho ap- den by a )oung man nnd girl, tho pointment of V. N. KokovMitr a commlsalonora hnvo adopted nn bo-lm Razottud. Ho rntalna amendment to tho police regulntloni tho mlnUtry of flunnco. M Kokoiaoff making It unlawful for two porsona baa brn aitlng promlor hIiicu tho to ride ond n motorcycle or blcycU kaaaaalnatlon of M. Htolypln at Kiev. built for ono. sr au SJ '& nr v, KVr'SSvr.-S:A'o.-fc'.r.-sv!:'.f-S'.- trr - a, dln-Itrc- Ant J Tuna Ove . Dabv Killed. Hopkinavll.o. Ky.. 8upt SC A baby waa aniod nnd als othor porwmH hen an aulomobCo ovorturn-Mm. Jaok Woat of K mavlllo waa ""'iinie nor yourold Inlant lu rm id th child wns cniiRht undor tha Diachluo aud c lahod to duath. M hr Ruatlara Settle In Arizona, niondalo. Ariz, SepL 26. Thrca thoitfiind llussluim 'rom tho southern part of tho MuwoMto emplro In Ku rope are settling o i farms near here Others are to lu Salt Ulver valley. follow They bnvu tho cubU for all they buy. CAUTION NEEDED "Bends with thefoot" CROP ALREADY MADE. Planter Llkea Northern Early Reaulta. Seed for north of tho cotton bolt for hla supply. Ho found what ho liked "' Hickman, Ky. '" apeakliiR yoatordny of tho result "f lids oxporlinont, ho nld: "o ro inoro thnn iiIouhciI with in Kentucky need. I hnvo touio '"" acres planted with them, and In ''"' "unio neighborhood thoro U twlco " much moro. When I loft homo '' dajH ngo wo hnd n crop nsmired. !" " la now ovor half n halo to tho "" alrondy inndo nnd, with n aoa-s"- " from now on, thoro ia no telling "'at tho ylold will bo. This cotton M"l he about ono nnd Inch- stnplo." Commercial Appeal, July M onc-olght- 't "'' "' " V Smindors, ono of tho boat I'lnntera In tho dolln, upent yesterday ' M.rnphf onrouto to hla homo In s mi l.nko from Woat Iladon. spring Mr. Hnundera wont to Women who wear the Red Cross Shoe rs West Hickman Cash Grocery Vt V I comfort. Its sole, though of regular thickness, is flexible, it bends with the foot; it entirely prevents tne Diirnmg, urawmg ana acning mat suit soles cause. uso. Many men tie their horses carefully, hut their tongues run loose. Tho first mile on the road to Hell as though It led straight to Heaven. Tho man who lives to please himself will find that he bos a hard muster. This life will mean more when we realize that It Is the pathway to tho next. looks W. J. McMurray speut Tuesday In Union City. We Sell Cheaper for Cash. Mm daro say I'm rather tedloua this evening, but the er er fact Is, don't you know, I've something Mr. Dull Man on my mind. ITen Miss Cutting Hlntz-Uo- ally may by all moans kuop very atlU or It off. tall wns Will Cole, n dusky donlzcn, I l M.iiait' ICC In Jtmgo nomioy b fined Let us fit you FLOUR Sans Pariel, per bbl. $5.00 4.50 4.00 BRADLEY & Star Purity " -- n. 1011. "' PARHAM UT ( dispensing 10. Cft8o nnd wlfo, nnd F. M. this week on chargo of Clin-'o- n liquid refreshments cnlculnted to ', wlro nnd Bon motored to Sunday nfternoon. .' J. B. Lunsford, son of L. C. Luns-for-d left last Sunday for New York City where ho will accept a position lu tho electrical works. Our flour has given satisfaction and we still guarantee it. W. T. Grissom KENTUCKY 6TATE NOTES. Item Gathered From Ovor Tho State. Frankfort. The Hlstorlcnl Society will meet on Tuesday afternoon, October 3, In the hall of fame at the state capltol. Thepubllc Is Invited. The executive committee- will meet promptly on that dato to attend the annual business of the society for the I ensuing year On the program the following ap- - RAM'S HORN BROWN ,,,l ,i ,.(.4H-'M'H''W"l"- " 'l"t I 'I l"l- - A fact novor apologize to anybody. fc-- pear: ! II Address Hon. Charles W. Dell. Address "The Cbenoweth Massacre," Hon. Alfred 1'lrtle. Louisville Appeal of the Pioneers, to the Con- 1780-1783 v W r wi Tl ' v v?JJ ii II II Hon. I! Address, "Tho nial," W. W Longinoor. Inter-Stat- e V. McChesney Pittsburg Centen- If r I AcUan) oon 'In cniCAJO 'lA ItW OUNG men who appreciate real dash and elegance, both mxi&ii in style of garment and the goods they're made of should look into the merits of International Tolcfoaticrof f 4 made-to-measu- re Nothing can over block tho way man like hU own blghiwvd. a Utei l"l"i' In Heard On the Streets Bargain Casting jnrla btforo swtno is still tho poorest business in tho world. Urn Io)h clothing at Sullhan clothes. II 11 "f A! a The Kentucky rifle team has accepted a challenge for an Inter stato match, in which teams from West Virginia and Indiana will compete with Ken tucky. The match will be shot at tho rifle range at Orell, near Louisville, September 30 and October 1. The Kentucky team will be composed of eight men. Bred In Old Kentucky. Kentucky, the leading state In tho union in the production of blooded horses, places a value of J21.841.278 an Its 354,368 stallions, mares, geld lngs and colts of all kinds of stock There are 650 thoroughbred or stand ard bred stallions, 449 thoroughbred or standard bred geldings, 3,753 thoroughbred or standard bred mares and colts. 3,133 common stallions and 34C,-37-3 mares, geldings and colts of common stock. The registered stallions are valued at $191,747, the registered mares and colts at $304,590, the common mares, colts and geldings at There Is one registered stallion In Fayette county that cost 1125,000. Rifle Match. fin They equal the highest priced custom modes of London and New York, and prices will hurt nobody. See the new imported novelties. We also invite you to inspect our line of fine shoes for fall wear. Pauls to fit et or) body nt GOc up One of the stubborneat facta in tho world is that chickens will como homo at Sullivan Bros. to roost John llngon spent Sunday nuil Man Holding a dollar within an Inch of a dav with home folks. man's noso will mako him blind to Mr Burnett, flour mm iniiii of Mfw everything olo. cow, wns hero Monday. Nobody has over been kept out of A handsome school bog given with heaven because he did not know nil each Kilr of b) or girls shoea--Mlll- et there was to know about theology. A Alexander. Tho llttln sin wo am determined (o Mm N. K Neighbors mid cilifldreu Keep In the ono that opens the door fur tho dill to come In with nil tho moved to Crulg'a Landing, ,Mo Ifcla rest. week where .Mr Ntffihbora hut MtOlKOl Box Co position with th Thn mnn who knows his Ignorance will soon bo knocking nt thn wlckttt llier unto of wisdom, but thn mnn who llev Wnlnon. who niefelfd the lo thluks tin know It all will never soil cnl imtXor. Itev Wlnpn, 1h Die BantUi his coat to buy midnight oil. meeting was callnl home Friday ou account of 'the Illness of lite three COGITATIONS. boy, all being Mck. NtJeHuui whe wbh married Champagne one day generally means If tke real pain tho next some two weeks ago IH Hlflkimia ai 1Ma m will cot Ir SMtl subcrib Borne people never succeed In get- for this paper, wo will not print an ting In solid till thuy come to tho aceooHl of the wedding ihmI grnvo Millet & Alexander DEMENTIA AMERICANA." tinlw.ri H.i In! n (in 111? railroad man of Fulton employed by the Illinois Central In the block aigiiuil depart ment, went suddenly Insane Friday and at present Is under tho core of a physician. The joung man bus been acting uueerly for the last few days, but Friday he became violent and Dr. Rudd was hastily called to treat him. wk There are two man) worthless dogs around town Mrj. Sis Albrltton, of Hickman, is the guoet of Urack Sullivan ami wife. Mnyflold .Messenger See us before buying your fall suit. Wo have the goods and will save )ou money Sullivan Ilroi. Banks Are Sued. The attorney general's department filed suit at Lexington against two banks on complaint by tho secretary of state, who Is in charge of banks. One was against the Bank of Kentucky, asking for a receiver, and the other was against the Commercial Banking Co, of Lexington, asking for a forfeiture of Its charter, because. It Is alleged, it Is doing a loan and not a banking business. The city council bas made a twenty-five-yecontract with the water company. S. I). Burnis and wife left yostor day for Dawson Springs, where they will spend about two weeks. ng. Inst week enrouto to Clinton, where relative and attend the fair. she placed her little daughter. Tholma In school. A Kansas City, Kan Judge fined Capt. W J. Stone, who spoke at a man $100 for kissing his own wife In a public park. Wondr what tho Hickman some two weeks ago, will kiss-e- d 1k a candidate Conros In the fine would liae been If he had for somebody else's wife? District to succeed Olllo Jamos. Mrs. W L. Ixgnn, of Craig's landiMrs Fannlo Shaw and sona Dixie, Mo , was hero tho latter part of left Wednesday for Ma) field to visit First A Tlios. A. Edison Is In Gormnny and handsome bohool bag given with has all Germany discussing prophepair of boys or girls shoos. The following delegates were ap- each cies of a house which will not be pointed by the adjutant general, with Millet & Alexander. built by the hands of man, the teachgovernor, to the the approval of the Geo Graffelman orders his paper ing of history by a clnotnatograph acNational Association of Military Surcumulator, the abolition of horse geons, which will meet In Milwaukee thunged from Hickman to Cape Mo from Sept 26 to 29th. Major John K. traction In twenty years, a machine W. Piper, of Russellville, and First for precisely determining the quanAll kinds of school shoes. Millet Lieut Robcoo C. Adams, of Salyera-Tille- . tity and quality of human Intelligence ic Alexander and a prophecy that mankind will Saturday Night The Lyric. learn to llo 200 or 300 years Nominees for the legislature do not hare to file certificates of nominations with Secretary of State Bruner to get on the ballot Atty. Gen. Breathitt gave this opinion. Ho says certificates must bo filed with the county clerk. The railroad commission, with Ray Wllholt, rate clerk, and Denver Cor-net-t, secretary, will go to Washington on October 8 to attend a meeting of the national association of railroad commissioners. A letter from Gov. Wlllson, received by Ma. Jackson Morris, prvate secretary, says the governor is having a fine vacation in tho Berkshire hills, as there is a good golf course convenient to his stopping place. Oov. Wlllson writes that he will stop In Now York Cora Chandler, of formerly of this oil), to t NOTICE. Kiieat of her nmlbor. Mr. M. E ture saved tho trouble. Itoeo, and sletem, Meadnmaa J. It II) virtue of an order of sale this The man who In wine enough tit Brown. It It Burnett and W. J. liar dn) Issued by tho lllokumn I'olle Court will offer for ante to the high-- 1 take advise seldom llmlp all)' one wire xr and fatulllea enough to glo It to htm oat and beet bklder ono Pole and Chlua sow with while feet. Hald nolo Wo do often Ret something for nothwill be mud at the city mnil be- ing in this world usunlly. however, tween I he houtM of and 1 o'clock poinuthlug we're not looking for p. m. Monday tho lml day of Oct , Words come to the man who line 1011 Said sols will be mad for something to nay, It Is the one who IH11 Wutflou, oneh Pound Master Is tr)lng to talk without saying any think, who loeee tho thread of hWi dis8MnkiMR of tke Tyler will raw the count Mayf eld Meaaeuger says: "W J. Wet 'j. of Winfield, represented Mr UNDERTAKINGS T)lei in the coolest, and Bobbin & Thorn-- , the troiKMioleni of the will He who fears to undertake a great Km llhieHrl wllhwwt I be H nC For this legal victor) Mr. Webb to- task 4111 never accomplish one K"ll'ir Meillrlne. day to wearing a wery broad smite " .Irnlli or Hlui If Mihv lleealarlie K tin who pretends to undertako and We might Inform the Messenger that nii.n All doe not perform Is a eheat and a liar Webb wasn't the whole show by a s Judge II. T DavU bout Ho who will undertake a task whlrli was really the "power behind the be knows to be beyond his abllttlea Is ml the hl i K it ti i a foolish person throne " Tho only man who never waken a fool of himself Is the ono whom Na Mrs .MlMMkK Tena . 1 1 EYES TESTpD FREE i- VSVi I. KAGIIAN OPTICAL lloltrr Building Hue lIHe Ih In I two-third- Mrs. W. Infl twins Johnston and threo Hn who undertakes as mueh as he yesterday morning for ean perform and enrrlrs it out thor Brownsville, Tenn , to jpmid a week oughly Is n worker worthy of hi . tmmn. with relative. A. HICKMAN lie GO, We lime Just received $00 poir of the Old Woolen Milk (Hints to be sold Mrs Will Hubbard, of Fort Worth, at letw than factor) price - Sullhan Is the gueet of her stater. Mrs T T Bros Swa)ne Kj from l lb lj mint IhI rlr urn (,. i t ne of li fmt Mhk Kino 1.1 Novelty Jewelry Yon nrr invited to call and ce them. The 1 for a day or two before starting for Kentucky. Youno; K: Engraucd Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, dpc. Jit Courier Office. See samples. Wwr f VEGETABLES ! PRODUCE c. ii. Moore FRUITS We are auUiorltcvi to auuounco will be the captain of tho Kentucky rifle team which will shoot a match Capt Victor K. Dodge, of Lexington, C- with teams from Indiana and West Virginia the last day of this month on the range near Orell. Capt Dodgo will select the eight men who will compose the Kentucky team. The match will last two days. Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin, chairman of the state fair board, said the fair had been a success from every standpoint Secretary Perry M. Shy estimates the aggregate attendance for the week at 118,000. "It has been a financial success ns well as from standpoint of superb exhibits and attractions," said Mr. Shy. m ,v - 3.- - ?H. m tvu Man is a pretty safe guide to a good clothes shop. Vlrxlnta Luten f a candidate for Superintendent Bdioola of Fulton County, nubject to tho aotkni of the Uomocmtic imrtv to Las Some times the old fellows get a bit careless and sort of "don't care," but the young man knows right clothes and is going to have them. UlocUon Nov. 7, 1911. The governor appointed M. B. Clark as Justice of the peace in the Fourth magisterial district of Livingston county, to succeed A. E. Chappoll, signed. re- n i 3: The state convention of tho Christian churches of Kentucky held a four days' session of that body here. Kentucky's first woman's rifle team . was organized with the following-MrsJackson Morris, captain, and Miss Katbryn Fraxer, Mary Foley, Louise Sbeetinger and Gazelle Toombs. mt lit mi .. iTHOi There was a good crowd in town Saturday, and business generally is picking up. Our merchants are get ting In large shipments of fall goods, and as nice a line as will be seeu in town many Union larger than Hickman. A traveling man told us this week that Hickman was the llvllest town in his territory, regardless of uize. He la a man, competent Judge of ouch matters, m hs& OT- 1 you want ocular demonstration as to where young men buy their clothing, just drop into BRADLEY & PARHAM'S and see the number of orders they take for the famous A. E. Anderson's clothing. Nothing better better under the the sun. The prettiest line of woolens to select from, and the prices are extremely low. Now is a good time to order. Your suit can be delivered later if you' choose. If made-to-measu- re See thoso 00c trousers at Sulbt Bros Hickman houses All tbo & neuda inoro busin Kethe ' lnUt maeaiUioa at French'. Tliajer hIiooh for boya are the Mllkt & Alexander Save money by cutting jour ik'ss from tho Hickman HarnoHS l h.ii ' Try our washed cooking coal, I "i form alze lumps; no dust and dirt A. A Faria. We ha lltllu 10 acre placo that c i be bought right If tnkou nt oiu Five iiiIIob from Illckiunn; 21 atr houst, In cultivation; now barn and garden; mllo to churc'i and school houso; on tulopliono It. F. Uollvory; public road frou tage of mllo, 2 good locust grovtfl. etc. Apply at this office FOIUTY ACIIH FABM: a ii I co 2 fl it rf40fefe!i :WP Sf JE &b HOGWALLOW NEWS. When you buy " mi 01 Perfection Boys Clothes you buy something that you can believe in utterly. We believe in them thoroughly ourselves nobody knows better than we do; we are ehthusiaslic about them. We know that they are the best boys clothes made because it is our purpose to have them so. Mothers will find it to their advantage to come in and sec these attractively styled, well made boys clothes. Prof Sap Spradlen who Is abou' the smartest man we have aroucJ Hogw allow, has warned the pubLc to carry umbrellas at night now ai long as stare continue to fall in profusion FMcher Henstep Imposed on thr mail carrier yesterday by riding w.'h him as far as the VW Onion sthool house The mall carrier could r.c object as he has been ow Ing F . 'i r six dollars for a good while Mrs In on KWV Nettleton Style of artistic design, in a variety of A leathers. Cut for quality made for the Man's comfort, economy and good appearance. SPECIAL AGENCY Prisby Hancock has star nl M fhe bottles of patent medic. nc When she gets down If she is ab! to sit up ihe will write an lllustrat ed testimonial. Slim Pickens and Itaz Barlow ar out this week organizing a baseball team, and expects to play the Bound Ing Illllows' nine by next week The last game hereabouts was played two seasons ago. when the Hogwallow team met defeat at the hands of the Tlckvllk. team. This was one of exciting games we have ever been compelled to wltnoss. It lasted two dojB and when the game was rald-by the Deputy Constable the Tlokvllle team bad us beaten by a majority of about SI. to-md a & H. E. CURLIN-Hou- se of Quality. rl.lrn, Boyi Cloth. Exceptional Values $3.50, $5.00 Up to $10.00 Good Suits as low as 111 $1.50 A Full Line of Boys Furnishings of every kind. A il RCH iHi. GOER. iaM-r kiImt dollar awl a Im !)' that HJ- - pen- - iitiHil tu h tegetfcrr lKkn and the dollar it la iMgHN . nli all t so. said the ll'tk may ! nior patrotlc titan I am bim! mor nilgloui than 1 aiu. but I ho to church Moo than you do i a ad am oRmmt found In the twx than you am" replied the iitiw -J- t'..-4.i: i "You J HEKP Ah THERE! ronlrl-fetrtkH- i,. i - i "I mm a W? KN." .luiiar, "aMl ytm art wofcody. m'i anil brigM, awl jnmi are lull rami enlored MUt IftdtaH tioua for I nm all Ot IIhm In 0h1 trust, ainl )ou I tut tmlrktUe. for irimaH aav Um AmerlenH, I" 1 .a the otkor Um Ooddaaa I tMt mr (Ma of n Hi. Kntmh f July I niu . ii.ui.Wil. lor I kve lit star k uIhhk and yiHi dua't bavi I aw fw I am Hlc' .u.r ami everybody wan Immm it mhi ar roH-- r and no . a atiap fur you " "That ..ii air i priK-kM- pmy. KxehatN!. I'bone 38 for grocriea. Lyric Tuosday Oct. 10. and is anxiously await. ng its amjl Sidney Hooks rode his mule Into an at the potoffi(x hi rold abandoned gulley near the Musket Columbus Allsop s house on Musk, t Ridge moonshine house the other night. It was very dark, and the fall Illdge burned last nlKtit It is not came as quite a surprise to Sidney known how the fire started only that Columbus had It insured for more and his many friends. than It was worth. Kentuckkin. A large fish got hung while passing under the Gimlet creek bridge When you have an achey, stretchy Tuesday morning and delayed traffic for several hours while tho bridge feeling and you are dull, tired and dls waa bflng lifted enough for tho fish couraged It Is a sign of approaching to on down stream. The accl-di- malaria or chills. You should act Has witnessed by a large crowd quickly to ward off an attack. HER-BINoffers you the help you i cd. d of prominent people, but the preacher was summoned as a Il destroys the malarial germ, drives out all Impurities and makes you feel witn. bright, vigorous and cheerful. Price v Slim Flinders Is getting anxious for 50c Sold by Hickman Drug Co. It to rain, as he has quit drinking anything but water. - 41! The uisauc desire to bt hardsome has mad- - s men than oni of our stnsibl. girls do some downoth-rwi- right crazy thing The powder and rouge smeared on the freckled eheks. Is too apperant a deception for the prudent young man not to see and with which he Is disgusted. He hates the taste. A freckled faco with common-sense Is handsomer than the best powdur can make a face. The Misses Burrow, piano and violin, and Miss Soulee, vocalist, at the Iyrlc, Tuosday, October 10. 1911. Also moving pictures In connection with the entertalnmenL Admission 25 and 35c. ps nt E Hog-For- Miss Fruzle Allsop Is preparing to f. Cool and Refreshing --UOTX Htteppartl, of OreHvill, Doe l'Iwant returned from Mfcta . wan In Hickman Sunday. This wait tat ftrat trip hero In 2S year, Iiouls, Monday. although, born aim! roared bar. Hand painted China. Hickman tu tita leaving lit ran a ftflh dock, lit visit oIoho recall the fuel Hardware Co. the life of Jack Kfln-gw- r Uwt he Cua Threlkold la able to bo up who wm drowning when Sfcep-pan- l after a iiiohiIis Illness. heard hla eHe. Mr. Staeppard Miss Hell Wllo. of Union City, mtiRHtH) with the Delta la now Unlit and l"uwir Co.. and la doing hi visiting her ueice, Mrs. U. M. Harper. well Jnttte Saturday night at the Lyric wear black on her hat for a while this summer In honor of hor uncle who died In Calf Illb community and St. left hW about two acres of land. The public road loading to Hogwal-lobaa been changed to run around tPtlbvl I DIDNT. Cowgill's Drug Store ad at Cyprwm Shingle. $1.25 a thousand mill. C. M. Yatca 8hlnglo Co. II. C. Barrett, funeral director and embalmer, with Bt, Louis Furnlihlng Co, C. C. Wood has been on the sick list for several days suffering with bronchitis. STRECKFUS STEAMBOAT LINE lU'gular services at tho Presbyter-Ia- n Church Sunday. Win. O. Stock' ton. Minister. i& nHHM -i ,3BHMWBMMMMibMMMpHBSiWB?9 ngriiaaaw ln-c- Mu'ti asaawsyKsaajfiKssi a ai ai nCrr BHf ,i! 1L3J (Jforge Warner, colored, has sold to Wm It Chaney, 100 acres of laud mar I (alien ell for JK600. Meeting nights of Fulton H-2- Lodge, JriBBBl?! No. S3, I. O. O. F. Thursday SepL OcL 12- - 2C; Nov. Dec. An Exchange states that Vnlon City behind tho house of Jefferson Pot- locVt In order that the public may st-- baa 2C automobiles. Hickman has A0, and a dozen or more men hl new cow and calf, of which he who have tho auto fever." Whether t vory proud. or not the automobile will surplant The postmaster has received a lottor tho horso by 1920, Is still it debatawith no name and address on It. ble quostlon. It may be less than 9 He would like for the person It Is In- years or more, but It is sure to como tended for to please call anil get It It Is not oven dobatable, the event within five days. Is near at hand, when the horse will Washington Hocks Is Lack from a bo disposed of and the nuto will take trip to the village of Buzzard Knob, 1U place In all of the cltlea and cenwhere he w nt to find out what Isaac ter of trade, but tho hills of Hickman Hellwanger paid for a cow he has been will retard us somewhat In making the auto the only means of road travtrying to sell bim for nine dollars. el. Tho Hogw allow postmaster has revised several of the government rules Mrs. Jno C. Ilussell entertained a roeulatlng the operation of nostofflces many of the objec party of ladles at dinner butt Friday and has cut out They were: Metsdanutt K. J. Deal; T. tionable features of the business. M. OglMe and II. M. Brown of CharWhile over at Tickvllle Thursday-- leston, aud Miss Marie Brevard, of Sid Hoiks wrote himself a long letter Hickman, Ky Kast Prairie Eagle ! where you will find everyfirst-clas- s thing usually served at a Soda Fountain. Miss some of the sweet things in life, bnt don't miss the pleasures of a box of "Hauler's Candy For sale at Rnw.crill's Flnip- - Stnre L) St. Louis New Orleans Service 1'hone 1SG and for a trial order of our .lui'leas cooking coal. No alack; no big lumps. Prepared especially for kitchen use. A. A. Farla. Mm. Doe Pleasant Is In St. Louis where her 7 year old sou Is undergoing treatment far paralysis at Sanltarlum.Thoy will be gono about six month. Mc-Clal- i Poumiik'T SfaiiHT Quinry leave St. Louis Sept. ml Side Faro out way fl! UU One wn), Includlug MuU und Berth lix, '" Hound trip $M U0 ..i i i A UCAUTIFUL 12 DAY TRIP Souilcni winter resorts. Our mrlcu to bo sou can "pared with (Imt claiw holfla Aicoiiiiiiodnlloiw for 300 first chum Uiih In., u Leibovitz's Fall Goods are Arriving on Every Train have just returned from market and am 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 beI now-ready Tor further Information apply to General Office, bth St. Louis, Mo. FARMCnS' TELEPHONES. dollar u iiioulb du not go fur hhikU after I' goU Into tho talopbuiiu iiiwiiy's triMisury to sutlsfy thu ".limner who lias to pay thu upkop 'ml operating uxpuuiuti on a bl ru-- i 'l lino systum.nnd kcop a llltlu small iMii;f to lituid ovor to alockbold-' once In six months. Ho has to ' "i tuo iiiuuy cornuru, aud run loo ui.my chaiiutitt of Kuttlnc cuught short oi u bank bulancu by a Blcot atorm, or a law suit, Twolvo dollars Is too low for farm-- ' !lno Burvlco on tho nvurngo sys-- i' in, with thu quality mid cost lu lroo(l nu It hna been In thu last fuw It la time to start aftor thU rato. Tho fnriucra can afford to pay inoro why kliould not they bo tu recognlzo vuluo received? Of courso wo know what the farm is do wlion It Is proposed to rnlso Hio telophono rato. Hut can this go on forovor? What Is Uio best way lo set this thing Into bettor shape? iiiiio uavo done It already. Tolo Ihoiiy. (Tho Indopendont Telephone Journal.) 1 Ann Arbor, Mich., to tnke up his lsw Monko & Coleman's Floating Hip studles In the University of Michigan. podrome said to bo the largest aud Mr. Amberg will graduate at the end btst oUIhh1 floating tbuatro In tho of thu present session. uorld Is scheduled to muko It's W. L. Helm has told bis handsome In Hickman In Uio nuur residence property to Mrs . S. M. This Is a new show boat aud Hubbard. Consideration C,700. This o. NEW SHOW BOAT COMING. Willie Amberg left Weduesdny for i' yi'-ir- this Is thflr first trip down thu Mississippi. Tho boat has a seating of over H00 people aud they nro presenting musical comedy and vaudeville. Tho "piece do resla- tunco" this year Is eutltlud "Tho Kins of Kazaui." They carry a company of the big fiO pioplo and are feiilawtng Illusion "Creation". Tho aurlal necessury to present "Creation" Is tho blgest piece of stage machinery over constructed, having a groBS wolglit of ovor six tons. Tho boat Is nt present on the upper Mississippi and reports from that section seom to Indicate that thoy lmvo left u most favorablo Impression In all tho towns that thoy have visited. residence Is concrete nnd was erected during tho past year. Tho W. C. T. U. of Kontucky will hold tts annual meeting nt Hopkins-vlllo- , oponlng Sept. 21) and continuing till Oct. 3. Hon. Ulchmond P llobson will deliver two addresses on Sunday, Out. 1st. In Oklahoma, whon a Pottawatomie Indian discovered that tho wo man ho married Isn't a real truly soul mato, ho Just married another and Ita legal. Pretty much tho samo up In high whlto folks society up In and around Newport. young man about 21 .years of age was killed near lllodgott, Mo., Monday night. Ho was employed on the section and In company of tho other section men was returning home, whon tho handcar ran Into a horse, upsotting tho car aud killing him almost Instantly His remains were taken to Charleston an burled. Geo. Motzgar, fore buying. r JT Miss .Mario Ilrevurd, of Hickman, visited Mrs. T. A. Stanley a day or so the first of tho week. Arlington Courier. f iiii All advertisements Intended for tho For cleaning and pressing phono Courier MUST bo In not later than 105. Wo call for and deliver your noon. Wodnemlnv. Our nntrnns will IU isu govern Ihcmsolvca accordingly. work. WWto Bro. Where Quality Reigns Higher Than Price- - - "vryri'iaipnr- - n IA i 1 1 rt 1 GOOD FORAGE CROPS Question Is Easy One to Solvo on clover stubblo land, broke as deep as tlio top pull extends, two or threo- Southern Farm. of stock should build a silo The cot is small One to hold CO to 80 tons may bo built for $40 or JGO For filling tho bIIo, corn Is king. Our corn crop for sllngo is planted on crimson tllLiKMriM .Don't Place Your Order Until You See ny a C. MOOHIJ. Charlotte, N. C.) Tho question of foniKe on a south-efarm Is easy solviid AlmoBt every vegetablo plant cau bo lined for Ccrilf ht lltl, tr C.B. tlnmcrnis Co.- - - x There are, howeer, cortnln plants Hint will produce forago In abundance. To havo forage plentifully, every former should make tho growing of It ono of his cropa. Kach year a piece of lnnd should bo selected especlnlly for this purpose It Is ns important as corn, cotton, tobneco or grain crops, but It Is neerthelvss the most neglected crop At this seiiBon of the year tho.turnlp crop should bo considered, as It Is of great value We prepare our turnip manure land to a fine condition, plant In drill three feet mon kitchen chair, your selection should be made so as to heavy, tho leaf Is ua largo ua a apart; when dlmo, get the required pieces in perfect harmony with the balance thin to 16 lurhoti, cultivate often. Wo raise great quantities and II ml of the furniture in the room. That is what produces true crop profitable for winter feeding. the For the earliest spring fved wo tow homeness, that sense of comfort and contentment so deryo In sirable. Our stock enables you to select the furniture that on veilAugust Two bushels per acre prepared land liberally magoes well with any kind of surroundings and is good, strong nured usually produces feed by the llyo makes n fairfifteenth of and durable. Think what an advantage this is over buying ly good hay Mnnh when In the boot if cut Crlmaon clmrr is the most valuablo away from home where you simply see pictures and vague, winter crop wo plnnt Wo find Sepexagerated descriptions. Come into our siore and you will tember and October tho best months for be find the pieces of funiture you need, of the right quality good,seeding, and tosow assured of a big crop we on a perfect and at the right prices. send bed. using lota of manuro, and If the land la at all thin we drill In 200 pound of acid phosphato per acre; from 15 to 20 pounds of seed la sown to each aero. Tbi ylld of 1NCORPORATFT hay from good preparation Is about one a The UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office corn and half tons por acre.atubble planted on this clover 'hae never failed us We have grown 18 tons to the acre of silage corn after crimson clover For a great yield of bay wo sow one bushel of wheat and 16 pounds of crimson clover per acre. The crop Is cut wtfon the clover la In full bloom, 11 u quite easy to maao two tons or hay per acre, and It la a milk and fat producing feed. Hairy vetch and wheat la also flno for green feeding of hay. We ,are y buying direct from the Mill. I manufacture the best shinjjl s in the seeding more land each year to this mixture, and are convinced that It Is State. All are almost half an inch thick, and guaranteed. a crop mixture all our farmer will like. Best Heart Shingles, per Another good mixture la wheat, oata, " rye and barley. If this Is sown In Best Prime August on fairly good land It may bo " " Economy graced all the dry daya from November 1 to March 1; then, If stock be Kept in stock at at my place in West Hickman, or may be had at Mill at kept off, a good lot of hay may bo harvested In June. Tyler. Ky. Spring-sowoata, tf cut when In bloom, make a capital bay more valMe uable aa hay than If threshed for the .grain. There Is hardly an end to the sum ,mcr crops wo can grow for making forage. Kvery farmer may select such as he likes In our own caso, for a green feed from July 1 to November 1 wo have not Jan. 1 that HICKMAN, KENTUCKY produces moro found any plant that to tho aero or give better resulta from feeding than molasses cane Every anlmnl ws have on the farm Is fed green sorghum from the tlmo it la four feet high, about tho flrat of July on to frost; then what Is left Is cut and put Into a silo for winter feed We have never had a death from animals eating sorghum. We feed sparingly at first, always after a full feed of dry forage. Wo havo about fifteen acres planted to sorghum and will feed tho entlro crop to our farm stock. Every farmer who keeps ten head -V- Tfre 01ld Cabinet Maker ?Tl LI nSkr says: Each Year Piece of Land Should Ds Selected for This Purpose Important ai Corn, Cotton, Tobacco and Grain. for-uk- u. 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 com I HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. i SHINGLES AT MILL PRICES 1,000 horso plows aro used After plowing, the land Is draggedi thou harrowed three to six times to got It flue and warm. Tho rows aro about forty Inches wldo; corn dropped about eight inches npart; cultivation Is continued until tho crop Is too largo to work All cultivation Is dono with tho Globe harrow; It Ib almost a perfect tool. The yield Is seldom under tight tons and often up to 18 tons per aero. Corn silage Is tho dairyman's friend, farmer should have and every ten-cosllngo all winter Mlllo maze, knfflr corn, cat millet and tocslnto have nil been grown on our farm. Not finding either to bn superior to corn or sorghum, either yield or result from feeding, wo havo dropped them out and now depend with confidence on our rollnblo friends, corn and sorghum. After the wheat and oat crop we always row pens Soy beans grow fine for us and make n big yield; but as wo have never found a pleasant and satisfactory way to turn est the crop, w- - havo dropped It also Mr Georgo W. Vanderbllt and Col Julian S Cnrr grow alfalfa to perfection. I do not believe tho succ ss of this crop depends upon the efforts of rich men to mako a su xss of It I am determined to raise aa cod crops of this most vnluablo clover as Colonel Carr or Mr Vanderbllt havo over had. Wo hnvo thrown away moro money buying red clover seed thnn In any other way on our farm. We have not had a decent crop in eight years. Clover is ao good to feed and so good to help land, we are loath to glvo It up. We continue to sow and hope the next seeding will reward us with a good crop for our never falling faith. A dairyman on a small farm carrying eighty to a hundred cows cannot expect to produco alt the forage required for his stock, but tho farmhead of er who has flvo to twenty-live- , stock cannot afford to neglect tho forage crop. It Is mora valuable than either cotton or tobacco. Do not neglect It. DEVICE FOR PULLING Yellow comploxlon pimples and disfiguring blemishes on tho face or body can bo gotten rid of by doctoring tho liver, which Is torpid. HKRMNE Is a powerful liver corrootnnt. It purifies the system, stimulated tho organs nnd puts tho body In I vital .fine vigorous condition Prlco DOo. I Sold by Hickman Drug Co. We know our buulneaa and do our work right. White llrot. . 500 REWARD for ono largo lorroi horso, whlto hind foot, saddle and bridle on. Tho nnlmal lost his rld trying to follow a drovo of horses ,, Grnj's shop to bo shod, act jour mower blades ground for 26c. i Songs Motion l'lctu- I.yrlc Saturday Night. HtUHlrated For a neat Job of undertaking . Illckiunu Kurnltura Co. THE REAL CLOWNS OF LIFE Are Those Without A JJAimAU.UUM TPHE clowns of LaB A 1 I Ka A M M M II I A 1 1 11 7 kP life are those who always thought it funny to spend al' 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, start a bank account. The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. POSTS j Illustration 8hows How Horse At, taehed to End of Chain Can Pull Up Any Ordinary Post. The device shown in tho sketch Is very simple for pulling old posts, but it works aa well on any post, says a wrttor la the Popular Mechanic. $3.00 2.65 2.00 n !Ld Manner of Attaching Chain A plank, 3 In. thick, 8 In. wide and 3 ft. long, la set slanting against the post and a chain Is fastened around nstat Oil i"T""aC3l'' c. H. SMITH the post Just above the ground and run up over tho end of the iKiard A horso hitched to tho end of the rhaln can pull out any ordinary post There's Only One Light These dnys after nil. You may put up with old lights nnd try to say they nre good enough, but in your heart you envy those who enjoy the electric light. The invention of the Tungsten lnmp has great-l- y reduced the cost of electric light. Let us tell you how little you can have it in your house for. Charcoal to Preserve Health. Charcoal Is a great absorbent and should bo used freely In tho drinking water. A little pulverized charcoal fed occasionally will greatly assist In maintaining the henlth of the fowls. The beat plan Is to havo It handy and when feed Is being mixed, put a spoonful In the mash This should be dono once or twlco a week. lii 11 DIFFERENT B FEDS FOR HOGS Hickman Ice (Incorporated) Coal Co HAVE YOU A CHECK Vft ACCOUNT HERE IF NOT, YOU JRETNT RUNNING YOUR AF F ll'RS If I Til THE CHECK i .1 EST ECONOMY HOOK PROTECTS YOU ARW ll'TFtr AC, .11 N ST PIOHLE II IT II H'HOM IIAI'E YOU MIGHT VUSISESS VE.ILISCS FNAHIE II HILLUFCRF-1S- K ,YOU TO YOlR EXPF.NSESANO i UNSCRUPULOUS limn 'KEEP OF. EVERY A RE&O-RI- TtttJ) Cayce Milling Co. sF'a HasasaHPBsasaT J I ABssT tHbW I Cv50.000gS57yt3200Sg HICKMAN BANK AND TRUST CG 1 wEmBEKKUlBKE WH J? mm Our Motto ' PURITY and HIGHEST QUALITY Modern Type of Yorkshire See Our Agent Saad Salamy for high grade COAL OIL and GASOLINE Lowest prices and prompt delivery. Absolutely , uniform. CVlvo TJw . Trial INDIAN REFINING CO. EVANSVILLE cortaln amount of grain food la needed to grow hogs with tho greatest I furnish my medicines and profit, and still more Is needed to fatguarantee a cure in... ten nnd fit them for market, but It should be used only to supplement tho Founders, Colic, Bots feeda which the hogs harvest for Ring Bone, Bone Spavin tbomsolvos In the field Pork can not be made economically when all, Curb, Fistula, Pole Evil or oven a larger proportion, of tho Weak Eyes, Sharbon feed comes from tho crib or the mill. Tho bog Is nn omnivorous animal and and Lockjaw. needs "roughngo" and fresh green I own my hospital and am ready for feed for bis host henlth and growth and to produco meat of tho bast qual business. Ity. When young bis grain feed should bo such as will furnish mater Xsotlx 3?llOUOM ial for bone and muscle, nnd not such R.R.ROGERS, Veterinarian aa will produce an excess of fat; while as the antmnl approaches maturity HICKMAN, KY. foods should be given A LOOK! LOOK! (Hy a M. TFtACT.) more liberally No one kind of grain feed can bo used economically from weaning unUI the full grown nnlmal la slaughtered, nnd thoro should be a gradual change from tho nitrogenous. muscIo-Kinklnfood glvon to the pig to mo carijonnceous, food, which Is moro profitable for tho last few weeks boforo killing Tho young nnlmnl must hnvo good bone and muscle beforo It can carry the heavy load of fat deslrnblo for the butcher or develop tho strength, rigor, and henlth nocessnry in n good breeding animal. g g We mill high quality grain only, low grade and smutty wheat not received. The public will please bear this in mind. , ' Flour, Meal, Bran, Chops and Feedstuffs On this basis we solicit the patronage of the public. Grain Deposited at Our Risk nnd Protected by Insurance. Growing Clover. in oraor to Kop tnnd In propar condition a certain amount of clovt ahould be grown No crop lends Itself to rotation more readily than cIotot. Cayce Milling Company 1 Oct.