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I s $1 In 3 per Year Advance only o iu ri k sun ly H np enoiiilK iy ytnt niro. niper coat fl So mill I rMr impend niii' mil lor Hint n!ii' , utility nun i ireptlons to OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops when your time Ii out. we dont believe In forcing; a paper on anyone If you do not want to mlas a copy,n keep tbe subacrlp-tlo- , a n n THE HICKMAN ( Volume 52 mu i., MMaippiMaiaiMffaivwaaiMiwiBMaHBMaipa l.uiui in.'" ii HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, eURIER. 1911 tion Is Riven here IS days ahead with paid op. A notice of expira- Number 16 A Blue Mark F S .T v O.- STTTBBS I'hone Ni. 31 ! HE'S , OUT AGAIN. RAH! RAH! RAH. ,(leJIU!lfifl.f Bard'Slof ,J ' "" VArVSSVArNrA t'arrs Ti rlranrat, lmmhr (hatnillb. ordinary l mail if Ii t I and i bl( rare la otttlo. Tilt ll , ir sibrs nlall duitlMr, rurtala watb Tblak i nxt wrrplDf rlaallia lbo of lb , of (d tratka m lb I ait Tbla bralrr baa a faaranlred cor tbrovfb wblrh If pitut ferd & dlrrftty acroaa r t f alf "Irwin lb amok I p itf lb ray aloft lu lb alote pip, Oatlraat Ibla alnpl. lb fornix aid In an ordinary i i rr W "lib lb ms I mi ihr alotrs rr--t J .Vfa ) rarap nf dirty a molt, untilratant lb nl amiomlatrd annt drtf from It r nil a aid ibnr slot, roal fatla II tu i 'in &r Tb air lltbt fralur m1ifd J?i fSS? "T5-?--glI- . l - , Jtmberg's Favorite The new crop of Sugar House Molasses will soon arrive ; have letter from the Old Plantation stating that the old time goods will be ready for shipment in about thirty days, and the firm also states that the new crop will be far superior to that of last season, so if you don't want to be disappointed in purchasing a real good article of molasses you had better wait until the "Amberg Favorite" kind has arrived, the kind that tastes good, and the quality cannot be excelled no other kind used after one trial of the old time "Favorite." Cole's Original Hot Blastaaalrat lo for. Heater tb (.9 la an MrrlaatUt; la ' l a llol Waal a to ahow rinl Allow a1 ai iar Is lla fafor ibla b.attr Ixfott jra tvy. (H llalr iift lit IIICKVHN lURIiWAWC CO, iopo,.id nv smw fSy",? "?jr yTaamliaaaarTrT T"tV?" T7JiT' r?B FATHER FORGOT TO REGISTER Inquisitive Younpater Wring Confession From Parent After Consid- Fresh Creamery Butter a specialty, always in transit quality best that can be made; also receiving new, fresh groceries daily. Call and see me before you make your purchase in my line of business. erable Questioning. win n JOS. L. AMBERG 'we. 'aa Majatiit4r-.'C--v?--- T --?- who you Ruin' lo voto for tho election comeii off" Itoti't bother mo, Johnny. il'auao ) paw, who you goln' to vote for?" Johnny don't ou aeo I'm busy!" (Another funnel.) Paw who ou fiotn' to oto for?" ' I m not going to votu for anybody Paw, --. ' Ji TT- T - L 1 abrWrSL.'K.nrt. .ri. - ' tHiM MkiV Our Duty to the Living. when tho work Is quite distinct, for children who have naturally weak eyes tho dlslanco many times Is so great that the air waves coming bo . . . is tween the poor, tired eyes and the 4 i. Ifoard causes the lines to waver and The swei'tPHt and donrost Intorests flicker, and especially is this the case of life cluster around our homo. whou tho light Is poor uud the venti Ilomns should be the editor of our lation bad. Anything put ou the love, Uio nieccu of all of our journeys board for the children to see, whother (he goal of all our tmdeavors. When old or young, should hne large prohomo Is lout, all Is lout. portion nnd broad, clear lines throughout, so no extra efforts will have to be made to discover It. There is a Children Eyes, great difference lu eyes; one child Allow us to say & few words In re- will readily see what another could tuli twtia iKn A ul gard f the "iihlldron'a oytm.Ycars ..Ul n.iU..k ...u fnlnl imai...!., ago. when tho children studied tholr lessons from tholr books, wo did not A Little Frier illy Advice. hear ery much about their eyes givTlioru are sevorol "dent's" "which ing out Let us consult our blackboards and see what they can tell ts should bo observed whenever two or more women are gathered together, nbout tho world- - wldo subject I'aronts and guardians all over this but which, alas, aro frequently disrebroad land, how many hours throueh garded. For distance, don't say to a the day are your littlu children sitting friend "How stout you are growing" In school staring nt n blackboard, No lady likes to be told that she Is upon which are placed by tho toacher groulng or is growing stout. If It is inoitt of the lessons for tho day, many a fact sho Is doubtless quite well times the Hues being so fine nnd pale aw aro of it und anxious to Keep oththey could not Ikj easily rend moro ers from discovering It. Don't '.ty "How well you aro looking," it Is bet than half or two thirds tho way the room, but tho children are tor to make no remark on the per sonnl nppoarenco of your friend. required to we thorn nil tho way Don't tell a friend who hns a par and from tho remotost corners Many children when first looking ticularly becoming gown or bonnet nt tho board do not seo much of any that sho looks ten years younger In thing but by looking very shnrp for that than In nnythlng you have ever a few seconds tho linos reveal tliom-selv- e soon her wear. Don't tell her, either, This, my friends, means strain- that is tho most becoming thing you n ed eyes and strained eyes means weak, hnve over seen her wear. This Is optic neru'S, pos- Impeachment of her tasto heretofore, ened or diseased sibly no eyes nt nil depending upon though you probably have no such the severity of tho strain. Kven thoughts. Qncr's Aro you Ratlqflod Why ain't you K"ln to voto for M.'lKuly. paw?" III until you to bed If )ou don't quit bothering ini'l' iKtill another J'Aiinii.) Paw. why "In't you goln to rote nowr' jj. Jjnf Qu '$ i. How often we see tho living slighted and neglected, through a long, hard llfo never cheered by one word of pralHe or caress, no longer hearing or heeding, then tbe words, caresses nnd tears are not stinted, which during life would have been a welcome, helping them over many rough plas Seo those 90c trousers at Sullivan Bros. MAKES ANOTHER GIFT. Gen. Tyler Will Furnish Dormitory of Masonic Home. IT MB. afafj Braa flal BrafafafafafafJ fir anybody? lUrauHi) I forgot to register Now l( )'kj any anothiT word I'll (natik ii' J"hnny looka aiuaicd, but aa)i nothlnic more.) No Ordinary Affair, Vim, when Jtwlnh and tno sot inar rloj wo had nn awful fine weddln'" I nuiioo It wim a church affftlr?" Indeed It wag! lit tU'vi--r forglt It till my dyln' day I Kuesa everybody i w nround iu there tho organ and txat man and all them kind of thlngx, you know, and when the ihht wmln It uu tho next mom In' It until right In tho hoadllues that wo plighted our troth. mi brldt'imalda mid n COST THE COMPANY MONEY. and tnllm fr mllui music We had , T - " ttTHf .fesr-i.v- r mr. i .fJfO-r- t aViA "UK .Wwai V!ll a 7lv MP KtP - 5.' I'eople kiss the dead who never kiss the living They hover over oir-- cof fins with hysterical sobs, but fall to throw their arms about their loved oiks who arc fighting the stern battles of llfo. A word of cheer to the living, to a struggling soul In irfe Is .worihall..lba. rosea oLChrlstendpin plied high on casket covers. The dead cannot smell the flowers, but tho .living can. Scatter them broadcast In their pathway, therefore and pick out the thorns before It Is too lato. When It Is too lato how many unavailing regret It would save us to know that while they were with us wo had loved them well, and did not fall lo lot them know how very dear they wero to us. "It Isn't tho thing you do, dear; It's tho thing you've left undone, Which gives you a bit of heart ache At tbe setting of tho sun; Tho tender word forgotten. The letter you did not write. The flowers you might have sent, dear, Aro your haunting ghost tonight." Healthgrams. Closed wlndowa aro open avenues to consumption. Strong drink makes weak men. Your lungs can't bo washed but they can bo aired. Hlter for flics and files for fever. When you don't know whnt to eat eat nothing. moves dust; It doesn't remove It. chest protectors are targets for colds nnd coughs. Breathe fully and freely tho moro you expand your chest tbe less you will contract cold. A fat man is usually a cheerful man. He was cheerful before ho was fat (A hint to thin men.) Floods of sunshlno in the home ma fade carpets, but It puts the bloom of health upon your cheeks. Take your choice. g d sMEDb lew1 W. 13 ifhm Lamp vfl Oil thmt la tank-wag- Friday afternoon, Sept. 15, brother Past Grand Master John H. Cow lea, brother Dave Jackson, Deputy Qrand ..Master, brother Fred J. Drexler, ono of the faithful Directors of our Home, 'brother II. A. Tyler, one of tho most I saves AlONEST kind saves WORK eaves eyes. Tour dealer has SOL.1TH OIU In barrel direct irora out works. the home than clear, steady Insure this by getttnc tbe oil that burns clear and, clean wltbout a. flicker down to the last drop. Pennsylvania, crude oil refined to perfection. Costs no more than tho llgnt. Saves Eyes moro Important Nothing J CIus. C Stofl Ofl Co. ' LobIsvUIc, Ky.i Refinery at VTarrca, Ttt. We eell tho celebrated "No Carb" Auto OIL prominent citizens in West Kentucky and a member of Hickman Lodge No. (TCI visited our home. Wa were truly glad to have these distinguished brethren with us and it gave us much pleasure to escort them through our Home Brother Tyler was so favorably Impressed with our Institution that Immediately after he returned home he decided to completely furnish a largo dormitory on the boy's side of the building. This will add greatly to the appearance of our Home and Is a kindness that we highly appreciate. Masonic Home Journal. Judge O'Rear Is pleading poverty In all of bis speaches, and weeps because ho has not money enough to organlzo big meetings and get up barbecues If the Judge will make in. qulry, he will find that these great Democratic gatherings are organized by the Democracies of the various counties who aro bearing the expense themselves. There is no good reason however, why he should not take some of tbe 530.000 which be and his on the ticket contributed to their campaign fund and glvo a with It if he wants to. As a practical politician, perhaps the fudge knows a suror way to get a run for his money Contractor Ills levee , GENUINE IMPORTED i71 Cut Glass Embracing all the new patterns and an extensive line of the prettiest pieces you ever saw L. P. McClavy shipped Tipton-vlll- e outfit Monday from pirekill First niuieball Crank Kill tho umtho umpire, Second Unit Crank Don't iny that, port. I Just Insured him yustvrday. u, Tho Mlssei llurrow, piano and vlo-llntid Mlna Soulco, vocalist, at tho Lyric Tuoadav. October 10. 1911. A- bo moving pictures lu counoctlou with the eutortnluinout. Admission 25 and 3Co. At Great Redactions Don't buy Cut Glass until you have seen my line and prices. Warm Floors Insure the Children's Health (he coal from the top burn Cole't Hot Blast Draft on top of tho fire burne tbe which la wasted with all other etovss. the base which Is made of The lore, of this down dralt forces the beat to to Woodstock, a llttlo place sear Memphis. Mc. has Just finished a big lot of work on tho government lbvee, and Is the gentleman who looked after the major portion of tho grading on the now N. C. & St. L. belt lino south of Hickman. II" Is a fine fellow and we aro sorry to seo him leave this section. At Woodstock ho has a contract of 90,000 yards grading for n brldso ncrosa Wolf river, nnd will bo assisted by his brother, who has a big levee camp lu Arkansas. Tho horribly mangled body of an unknown whlto boy, 18 or 20 years old, five feet six Inches high, weight 130 pounds, was found on tho Illinois at Obion FriCentral right- day. The man woro a blue serge suit bought at Oak Hall, Memphis, Tenn., bluo work shirt, now checked woolen cap, low quartered shoes, slgcst ring, marked L. A. W., had street car ticket dated Memphis Sept 27 y j fl Although every Democratic speaker, nnd nvory Democratic newspaper Iibh asked Judgo O'ltear to express himself nH to whether or not he approved tho !12,000,000 Increase on tho tnxablo valuo of farm lands assessed by tho present Republican administration, In 2 yrs, ho Is ns silent as tho The platform tomb on tho subject which ho nnd Caleb Powers wrote endorses WIIhoii'h administration, and tills was ono of tho conspicuous acts It Is n fixed of that administration policy of the Itopubilcan party to take from tho poor and glvo to the rich, nnd when Governor Wilson's Board of Equalization decreased Uio taxis on tho banks and Incronsod them on tho fnrm lands, thoy woro only following tho practices of tholr party. Party. ?. tael qualities ol cannot burn heating Thousands ol testimonials have been written regarding the base out-a- nd heata the floor. Heater Cole's Original Hot Blast thrown oil from the heat all The Ideal beating atove la one which radiates up the chimney. the ol letting it go luel-l- nto ibe roome-Inst- .ad beater is tho one which will withstand the severe use, year .fteTe.r"wh Id,, heat ng atove I. necessarily subjected to. Sheet ateel is Th. oJkkesUadlatof ol beat and la used as radiating surface only in Cole's Hot llr.t Wait heater. Wherever the fuel come, in contact with the lintog.-o- nly Thero aro few, If any, In whom wo cannot find something to esteem If we search for It; but wo often allow tholr wrong doing to form so thick a cloud over their whole naturo that ill the bright spots aro hidden from our view. If we had more of that charity which belloveth nil things and hopeth all things wo should bo quicker to detect tho good, slower to mark the evil, anxious to bring Out nnd develop the former nnd glad to cast tho mantle of tnantlo over the latter. Many New Handsome Silverware Patterns to show you. tbJy otheTrnItI.l..nd the Make your selection bow. t&tg5& --9 M4V4 qMffiffl wlthllSS" "ttfw- e- ol the heat Iron, .ctlve combustion better large, sensitive, .beet metal body and base Coy Wood d lighter VS. HICKMAN HDW. CO INCORPORATED The rovotment w ork at Birds Point, by tho government, protecting tho banks from tho Mississippi river, Ss d progressing rapidly nnd nbout of tho mattress has been confrtM $12.90 awl Uawarf structed nnd Bunk. Tho mattress Is Aecoratnate now being built opposite tho Cotton Bolt landing. one-thir- SCHLENKER The Jeweler S. N. Sweeney will begin work thla week on two new concrete wagon bridges for this county. One Is between the now railroads, west of tho brick yard; the other is near tho home of Isaac Shuff. Both aro to bo twenty feet in length. If your clothes como from bore they wero brought right. Sullivan Bros. 'M &? ttH..M"H"M' M"t' mhmii.ii . i, ,(, THE HICKMAN SPEER & COURIFR "Covtfs Wtrtcrn Ktntackt UktthfOeo" SEXTON, PUBLISHERS Rate $1.00 aflfei On the Streets tt-- i. . Heard M"fr l"t"' Subscription THREE-PE- per Year HOUSE !"""' 111 f N POULTRY Arrangement Shown In Illustration Qlvei Large Amount of Yard Spice for Chicken. The Illustration stows a very useful poultry bouse for three pens of fowls, with yards arranged for the same number. The house Is 80x30 feot and will accommodate 100 fowls. The hallway takes but little room out of the Interior and yet It communicatee with all throo pens. The Inside are of wire Dotting;, allowing the sunshine that enters at one side of the house to fall Into the pens; but the house should be so located that three sides may receive mora- 1 Fresh Fluo showers yesterday. T T Swuyne was week AH & Momphls till This Week... Lemon Biscuit Squares Chocolate Wafers Chocolate Fingers Banana Bars Sponge Lady Fingers Dainty Marsh Mallows Festinos Cameo Biscuits Nabisco Filagree Fingers Vanilla Wafers Cocoanut Dainties Cheese Sandwiches the loading magaitnea at Fetho French's. Mem- Albert Biscuits Oatmeal Crackers Fig Newtones Lemon Snaps Zu Zu's Baronet Biscuits Cracker Meal v Saratoga Flakes -- Harry Millet return) d from phis Tuesday. Tom Hubbard went to Craig lug Wednesday. Lon rttlc Coal, all grades, from up. Phono 186. $2 0 Uttlo George Clint. Elllxon U ported us qulto nick. Coylo re- Wade, of Fulton, was horv Saturday and Sunday, ft fr i "; YARD -- Oysterettes Uneeda Biscuit Graham Crackers Mrs John Wright Ml Wednumla) for a tlsit In Memphis. A Voorhous returned Tuesday from n few days' visit In Memphis, tf YAPD 4 n Dinner Biscuit Five O'Clock Teas, and Svtaytio Walker was up from Cram t jYAPD -- -- landing Tuesday and Wednosday. Lucy I)os and l)ruu Ml line King Hero horu from Doruna Tuomta) i. f L- Something: New... A Three-Pe- Poultry House. The fas;, noon and afternoon sun. plan Is followed, according to Orange Judd Farmer, for dividing the yard outside as for dividing tho space In aide the house. This gives a lorga asaount of yard space, with yards conThis building Is veniently located. shingled all over the outside, with the heaviest building paper under the shingles, and may either be sheathed or lathed and plastered Inside. Mello The daintiest and most delicious little cake you ever put in your mouth. Put up in bulk, so you can buy any quantity. Try 5c or 10c worth. Arthur Shaw and IJno, day wife, of 8ta. a Hro here Tuesday nnd Wudii- Charlis McQuay, of St. Louis, hero Saturday tho guest of Miss ra Rroftu. Flower Bulbs We have in stock the following varieties of flower bulbs, which we offer at very low prices. Narcissus and Hyacinths, several kinds. Freesias, Jonquils, Crocus and Easter Lillies. , Hat with a "pcdlgreo" and bat with a 'guarantee" oau bo found at IxMhovltx . Mika Grace K I merer, who U toa :l lug on No h Island, spent litis rk tti Hickman than pays the expenses Incurred In the orchard. Now la aa good a time aa you can. select to give the henhouse a thois )eufB cleaning anddlslnfecSon. ' Ducks are nervous creatures and The flock of pure-bre- d fowls more Charles Head, of MoblttaVlllo, lu. was here Sunday tho Ket of Mi lMira Brown. .Mlu Currlu Mario Rrvinrd. GoMio Wade, of Fulton, ago Phone Us Both Phones. Griggs, of jacktHin .Mi 'pent Saturday and Sunday with , s ef their nervousness at night. J Keep wfll often lose much flesh on aocount sharp gravel within reach of the young at all times. Charcoal, too, are rel- la beneficial, and oyster-shell- s Ellison Bros. LITTLE ONE AT REST. STONE CAMPDELL. REAL ESTATE to the usyluiu at HupklMWli-thiweek He buam Inmuio rvvival mevtlng. Mrs Deeds Recorded with County Lois, tho Uttlo fourteen months and James Campbell nnd Miss Pearl Mr. Hornctt I.uUh and children, or Clerk During Past Week. days old daughter of Mr and Stone, two young ieoplo redding a own Pulton, allmided th pr Week Mrs. Jesso McNeil, residing near short distance from Hickman, drove-tthis ttek ami vliltd h Casli !u Advance. L. W Elliott to W. U Elliott, land town, died Monday after a brief IllFulton Sunday aftoruoon, and were mother. .Mrs. Maggie Handle. i..a. i i a. a..f j. t..t..a a. a.. t t. " e""i"'i"T"t" ness, and was laid to rest at Poplar united In marriage by Kq. It. T. MII - M,C0 TTTtTTttTTTTT I f t t Grove Tuesday ovenlng. A large nor. Mrs. S. M. Hiiblmrd will lnv Hun (3. W. Burns to W. L. Elliott, IC FOR SALE: A few caolio lots In number of relatives and friends at ilny aftoruoon for NhUII; rnm acres land, $882.00. Thuy arrived In Fulton about noon. Rogers Addition. For particulars tended tho funeral. Weep not, father there she Mill go to l.otilsvlllo, nnd at this office. W. W. Meadows to Mrs. E. 11. Hi- will be gone about and mother your losu Is heaven's nnd aftor dinner at a local hotel, weks hunted up the homo of the squire, dings, lot In Fulton, $2iU. gain. FOR SALE: Three good house who proceeded to make good the Jiup-tland union men lul and lots, well located in West HickJ no. taws to J. P. McDowell, lot a free for all fight In knot. The marriage canto in the Pulton Tutda man. Almost new. Will sell cheap way of a surprise to tho friends of In Fulton, 11760. night when a trnlu lond of tiik LYRIC THEATRE and on reasonable terms. F. M. Pro-votho couple. Books Some Good Shows. Lou A. Reeds to Annlo L. WntHoti, hroakers pulled Into that city, it tic More Good Ones to Follow. said the InttHr "look" tile depot r Both are popular in tho community lot In Fulton, S10. taurant thnt Is vrj thing that wax FOR SALE: Seven houses and lots In which they reside. J. P. Taylor to I aim- Parbatn, lot not nailed down. No one was s r whole bunch for $3500; or places will Nov. 1G, Finnegan's Honeymoon. Congratulations. West Hickman $1660. lously hurt. bo sold separate. All of these Dec. 29, Peck's Dad Boy. houses are occupied and paying good Z. T. Whitley to Tyler Harper, 10 Friday afternoon MIbmis FIortn. Jan. 3, A Bachelor's Honeymoon. rent. This section of town Is com acres land, J 1250. Barry nnd Clols Udford, at tho lat Menke & Coleman's showboat, the Jan 13, Thelma. ing fast, and East Hickman property hoUHU Charlie Pealcr to C A. Holcombe, tor's home, gave n nilMiollanroiiH Inquire will be a good Investment. SOME POINTERS. Jan. The Yankee Doodle Hlppodrotnc pln)ed to a big shower In honor of Mrs. Clit r here Tuesday night. In their Initial lot West Hickman, $10. at Courier office. Stock Co. Barnes. Ico tea and wafers w.r. performance at Hickman. "Tho King Most of the time when a man acta Feb. 29, Human Hearts. Matt Johnson to C. A. Holconibo, served as tho guests nrrlved, and 1st comedy, Across, he is thinking of business. of Knzam," a r refreshments of brick cream. In Mar. 19, The Girl and The Tramp. interspersed' with musical, acrobatic lot In West Hickman, $94. The Kentucky Club's new quarters Real love means . forgetf ulness of nro all finished with exception of polyollow nnd white, and rnko wand other specialties, was highly apMar. 20. The Thief. Mary Jane Wilson to C. A. llolelf, and thought for the one beloved. served. She wns the recipient of a preciated by about 98 per cent of tho combo, ishing the hard wood floor of the ball lot West Hickman, $300. largo number of hnndsonie and useful audlcnco. In fact, tho show Is as room. Their new furniture is here, Cultivate faith rather than 'suspiTho Democrats of tho cast end of good or better than anything on the articles. cion and you will have a better time and the club will likely "get moved" living. by the last of tho week, and Its for the county have made arrangements river this year. Messrs. Munko & GOOD RECOMMENDATION. Mrs. Ellrnbelh Harris, well known to havo Gov. McCreary speak at Ful- Coleman nro both young fellows, with mal opening will take placo in a short to many Hickman people as "un lllckmnn, Ky., Oct. 1, 1911. quarrel between grown people Is tlmo. Wo understand the ladles con- ton on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 11, plenty of hustle In their make-uA Betsy Harris," died Sunday morning always a subject for Jest and Inugh- I, 'Mrs. Minnie Williams, widow of nt tho home nected with this organization are nnd extend a cordial Invitation to and wo predict tho Hippodrome will of Mr. Walton, in West ter among those who look on. citizens of Hickman and vicinity to grow in popularity with each succeed- Lon Williams, planning a miscellaneous shower for dcccasod who dlod lllckmnn, where she has resided for be with them on that dato. In all ing year. September 21st, 1911, do hereby cer- tho past fifty yoars. Just remember, the little children the purrposc of adding those finish- probability this will be tho only point Sho was eight y tify thnt my husband, tho aforesaid nlno years old that are clustering 'round about are ing touches to the Interior which on- in Fulton county nnd one of tho olibst that Gov. McCreary Lou Williams, took a policy with the people pattering after you. Make good copy. ly the ladles can do. of this vicinity. Sho wns Two young men from Cayco Mes- National will have tho opportunity of speaking Llfo Association of Des a large number of sisters, nil of during this campaign and our people srs. Owen and Hammons wero prin Ton mark yourself with tho stamp Moines, Iowa, on May 17th, 1911, whom reached nearly nlnoty yearo or g ef, ignorance when you doclare " luuuiBUivm oi iiua oyj.ur- - cipals In a night session of pollco through your representative, McL. age. Tho Somn nf h vLltnr. n. "ou,u sisters, w.ho lived togethei. you do not understand or tn,tjr to hcar the "old war horao" court here last Tuesday ovenlng. One DeLnnoy, Numbor 2232C, and Wllson-Cheshlrtending tho wddlng that on wore several times on charity. In in is worthless. of them created a disturbance on tho September were Mrs. McConn and daughters. shower down on the opposition. 30th, 1911. I mado proof tormont was had Monday. show boat and the other was arraignof my husband's death and turned The only one more bashful than a Misses Ruth and Carrie, Mrs. L. M. ed on charge of breach of the peace-TheTho promotors of tho electric llm boy when he begins to Up his hat to Hobs on, MIsb Margaret Sandera, Mrs. samo over to McL. DoI.ancy, your Joo Cantlllon returned to Hickman wero fined $11.50 each, which 'the ladles, is a girl when she goes Emma McKeel, of Mayflold; Mrs. Monday to spend tho winter. Mr. and that I havo this day re will meet tho citizens of Mayflold In they paid. Judge Item ley called his st with her first beau. mass meeting next week to discus Tarpley nnd daughter, Miss Mary, of Cantlllon has been very successful court In scsbIou at 10:30 p. in. to ceived payment In full through tho Nasnvillc; Mrs. M. E. Anderson ,of with his Minneapolis club nbovo mentioned ngent at their de- their proposition. Thoy will ni.k this sea- try theso cases. Sometimes it seema to me that sav- - Morgantown, W. Va; Mr. and Mrs. pository, Tho Hickman Bank & Trubt Mayfleld to put up $1,000. Tho route son, winning the pennant, besides beasts are better to their kind Harry Leech, Nashville; Joo Morgan, Co., of lllckmnn, Ky., nnd I want to has been practically agreed upon nnd making a pot of money with the club. human beings are to one an- Is to run from Unlontown, Ky., to Jr., Nashville. v C. L. Clark, who recently moved thank tho nbovo mentioned National He was accompanied homo by Rubo Llfo Association nnd Its representa- Marlon, Salem, on through to Iadii Wnddell, who will probably apeud horu from Oakton, has accepted a po Jae Joaea said to me: Tve took tho winter hero. Other mombers of sition with Smith & Amberg, and In tives fqr their prompt and kind at enh via Mayfleld to Clinton, Milburn s iHOtlee that the human critter who nnd sleeveless were nnd Columbus nnd Hickman. vites all his old friends to call and tention. tho club will probably winter here. (thanks he's always in the right' la the not altogether comfortablo at alx o'Tho Mongol Box Co. will start run uo him. Signed MRS. MINNIE WILLIAMS. ikamaa critter who most always is in clock this morning- - Tho mercury iilng their stavo mill nt night begin the wroaif." Weddings at Fulton Sunday: Wilhas dropped several degrees and tho nlng about tho first of noxt week change lit tempcraturo Is welcome. lie Cagla and Miss Ixva Hutcbons, of Grover West, John Morris, Harry Mnrhab-dana fine boy nrrlved nt This will Increase tholr payroll about May field; OrrvIIlo Taylor vlw Miss Fowler and Ernest Jordan, of Fultho homo of Moso Barkett nnd wife $2,600 a week. Tho night run is Chaa. McNeil was In Union City Carrlo Thomas, of Wingo; W. L. Rob ton, spent Sunday In Hickman. yesterday morning, nnd Moso is cut- made necessary on account of rccelv Monday, on business. T. P. Helllngs, father of Mrs. II. erts and Mtas Cora Webb, of Pilot Ing mora timber than tho mill can ting all kind of Tho doctor Doa't forget we fcave the best line Stberell, Is expected to arrive horo Oak; Claude Wiley and Miss Queenle work up during a day run. This facthlnka ho will recover. R. B. Peebles, of St. Louis, was 'of matreavea. Hickman Furniture Co tomorrow to visit his daughter. His .Dixon, of near May field; and E. W. tory Ih now paying out about $1D,000 Mrs. A. It. Stono und on aro vis- a month, and continually Increasing home Is at Lucy, Iowa, and he Is 82 Sanderson and Miss Minnie Lylo, of the guest of his nephew, 10. W. AdCourier and. Commercial-Appea- l 'years Hickman ams yesterday. Mnyfield. iting relatives in Momphls. old. their payroll. Once a week pour enough ooal-ol- l ,U the drinking water to form a scum over the top. It Is a good roup preventive. X carefully made, roomy nest of hay with a sod or grass bottom forms. In my estimation, the best kind of nest far sitting. The open range Is best for young ffojrlrikOTr . hut thar mtmt tint fin altnwA4 ... aawv w M W WW. V0 during a shower or before the Is dry. K an abundance of good sharp grit constantly on hand the many all ots that spring from Indigestion be prevented. Never allow a draft to blow over una; turkeys; cover their windows poultry nettlngr then muslin, un-severe weather aatn.ln Hard-boile- d eggs, stale bresdsoaked aweet mm ana squeezed until It crumbly, and sour milk curd a quite dry, are the recognized reeds for the young until they are old enough to eat wheat. In an experimental way eggs have hatched In bee hives by a New Jersey farmer, who found that the In- lor of the hives was Just the right sperature. Ioul Kllpatriak and baby left for Meiiiphl. after an ltli her tariiiit, I. extended visit I' Elilnon and wife. Mrs Noiinle Kingman return, ci Monday from I.ou!rvllIe, whore " lias Umii KOtoral uvek with her '" Mrs. Harry KIllMin. tr, ... Courier Want Column ortl v. . s g .. In-ai- re to rrr Strlkv-bnrakw- ra - g -. p on--o- f any-thla- re nnUftn o I Knoo-length- fU6, Both AND DKTDr SAVES A FREAK STYLE FOR Up-to-t- MEN Just Roll Your Hose to tho Shoe Tops finest collections over seen lc Hickman and their combined valuo will reach several thousand dollars. ana rou'ro Right Minute. LIFE OF WORKWOMAN Kesplrator Prevents Fine Duit From Centering Lungi of Men Working at Different Trade. Tho Chicago mnn who Invunlod the rwplrator bent Uencrlbod wan not only a bulniwn man, but a public bonefnc-(o-r It la probably lot too much to say that It will aavo tho lives of hundreds of workmen who would other-wlii- o dl of tho various forma of Induced by tho eating twijr if hrlr lunga by thn fine dust they The respirator la a almplo Inh.ili' It la merely a metal sin jRh duvtco. p ahapul to fit ovur thu no and month with an elaatlc band passing around the back of tho hum) to hold It In placo of a atrip of floilblo around tho edge to prevent tho Tho onlr air air pcnotratinx thero. that eiitnrs comix In through n flno kbuio wire acrtMin In tho front that It of luch cloao mesh thnt whlltt It will admit tho almoaphoro It excludes matter. Mnn who all eitram-ouinn-turta Chicago. A now fashion tnr thnt has gained Immediate recognition In this city Is ibo "athletic roll-o- n half hoo. It Is a distinctly wesU cru moao ana originally was used ns tho moans of securing or supporting tho half how of athlotoa. Despite tho fate that, heretofore, all fashions for men wore hrroninit nnt aftod the King of Kngland hnd plncod bis stamp of approval upon thriii. tho west, Ignoring klngB nnd princess persists In assorting Itself for tho causa of comfort Tbo uow stylo Is tho re sult. Simply roll jour boso downJ Who Fills Your Prescriptions ? Often the life of a patient may depend upon the accurate filling of the attending physician's prescription. You cannot afford to run any risk. Knowledge, experience, precision, judgment, are all essential qualifications of the pharmacist. For the sake of yourself and your dear ones you should insist upon having nothing but competent service. Then you will feel that the physician's orders are being strictly followed. Guesswork or carelessness may prove fatal. We have all the requisites for compounding prescriptions. Our drugs are pure, and we have the professional skill which will insure exact compliance with your physician's directions as given in his prescriptions. ( 3) The Athletlo Roll. After tho wedding a largo number of friends of tho contracting partloB congregated at tho depot for tho purpose of ilddlng tho couple goodbya and incldenUy showering them with rice. The train left without them. Investigation proved that Mr. and Mrs. Cheshire had gone to Union City by automobile whore they caught a train for St. Louis. From there they go west for tour of two weeks. They will be at homo In Nashville after the 15th. The Courier Joins the mauy friends in wishing tills popular young couple ono continuous voyage of shunshlno and happiness on tho matrimonial sea. Watch Out for Hickman. Hore's old man OPPOKTUNITV come ft knockln'nt your door, ltcon here pretty often but you've kicked him out before. He' a very patient fellow but there'll be a lost time 'bout. And l"OVKHTY will net you If you dont wntcli out. Now this ditty bas n moral and a mighty Rood one, too. There 'n Koln' to be Home money imule by those who know and do. We're bulldlne a QHKAT OITY here on the Ilia WATHK route. And It's Kolna- - to be a GIANT If you dont watch out. We have a corps of Boosters a goln' here and there : Tbey tell the simple story how to be a millionaire. Get wise to this Investment, Just learn whnt we're about. For we'll have a second Chicago here If you dont watch out. HELM & ELLISON about tho shoo tops and you are In the 1911 styles. Tbo origin of the "roll" Is a mystery. It Just grew. Slnoo tbo ndoptlon of athletlo summor apparol there has bean a need for a method of securing the hose. This necessity Is directly responsible for tho Innovation. A trip around Chicago disclosed several varieties. Tboae observed to date aro: Tho "telescope rpll," which baa found favor among tho high school s boys. It It nbout of an Inch wide and about an eighth of an Inch thick, and Is surmounted by a clasp pin that tccuros tbo fold. It Is nobby and neat, but It Is a difficult fold to make. University students In their enthusiasm havo gone tho UlmL A "quarter hoso reaching half an Inch abovo tho shoes or oxfords and displaying school colors by means of a narrow band around tho top is tbetr bid for fame. There Is also tbe "mechanlo's drape," displayed about tbo loop district wborevor building laborers are Leas keen for tbo more employod. nobby effect they moroly drape tho neck the sock down ovor the shoo and don't caro who knows It. How haberdashers aro going to meet the demand for "loud" effects the new "roll" promises to crcato Is a subject that Is said to bo worrying some of Its advocatos. throe-quarter- WILSONCHE8HIRE NUPTIALS One of the most Elaborate Social Events. Ono of tho prettiest nnd most elab orate weddings ovor solemnized In Hickman occurred at tho First Motlu- diet church Tuesday evening at S:30 vllle, was ring bearer; tho two Uttlo roses, lilies of (he valley and orchids. misses Mlra Karls, of this city, and Tbe maid of honor wore light green Qauie Screen Flltera Air. work at motal, alone or Klaaa cutting, 'rpicniphoni who continually aUr up b dual from type, or engraver, espe-dall- y tboae who uae ilno add, noed no longer fear that the One partlclos tint Boat througu tho air about them will bq taken Into thulr lungs and wear tbe Utter away. HOT AIR INSTEAD OF STOVE lit of Superheated by Foreign Cooka Air for Cooking Is Attracting Much Attention. turneJ to a aood according to tho foreign cooka, and at the aamo tlmo a groat waate fuel In the preparation of moala la Lu Imi eliminated The uo of super-balf- d air for rooking purposes Is attention from th domestic vconomtata. Tho proc-- n U said to be donn qulto almplo u slmp'e aa thn 'flroluaa cookor," In fart Thr ateam from an ordinary kitchen boiler la convoyed by plpoa to Ih,. 'uporhnatiT. whom, by moans of a rla of colls above a coke flro, Its tomperaturu la raised to 1,000 Tbo pressure la not Increased, which eliminates dangor of luratlng the plpoa Hollow rods surround and lie undornealh tho boiler, and through Ihne rod tho supurhentod air la permitted to rush, quickly making the irlilor aa hot aa desired. Tho enthusiast prodlcta at. early iopnrturo of tho blailng coal, coke, or (as Ore in the kltchon. Wbn any peclaJ dish Is to bo cooked It Is to oe p la ood on a certain part of the grill-sfed by a certain plpo from the luporheatnd air reservoir. A valvo Is tumud to let Just thu proper amount of heat undor tho grlller, and the work Is dono without ;he fumes, without (be waste of any hunt, and without tho loss of any good naturo. Tho air, sflcr being used to broil your boof-tuscan be tumod Into the heating radiators and usod to koep the dining Hot air" la to V ood, do-ir-- x. r, o'clock, when Row W. G. Stockton, church, spoko of the Presbyterian (ha unrili ulilnh llnltnri In wodlndk man Miss Mabol Virginia Wilson, of HlckJ Mrs. C. P. Shumato, assisted by man, and Mr. Ross Cheshire, of Nash J. II. Millet on tho violin, played tho ville, Turin. wedding march. Mrs. A. E. Kenno-d- y For this occasion tho color schemo sang "Dearest Heart of My was white ami yellow, and the church Jioart," nnd Mcsdatnes W. L. Helm was beautifully decorated with mas- and II. L. Ainberg and Messrs. C. P. sive white columns, huge bunches of Siiumatc and Ephrlam Russell sang )o!low daisies Cliryfcantheniunis nnd lxh"cngrln78 Rrldal Chorus. goldonrod In rich profusion, together The brido wore an exquisite gown with banks of h.i m1 planU nnd trailof whlto chiffon trimmed In Florentine ing Ivy. This combination made a lungnlflcunt picture ono that would, lace and pearl trimmings, made ovor whlto satin, long bridal veil, and carindeed, bo hard to describe ried a hugo shower boquet of bridal Tho ring ceremony old but very pretty was rendered with all the solomnlty and beauty befitting such an occasion, and In Uic usual form Mlsa Mabel Marguerite Luten, of Fulton, were tho flower girls. Harry Leech, of best man, and Cecil Hwing, Howard Ewlng.Norman Dale, of Nashville, and Ted Harrison, of Schenectady, N. Y wore attendants. Ushers were F. T. Handle, Hickman; Paul MrKeel, Virginia; Claggett Martin, Tennessee; A. M. Alexander, HickNash-vllle.w- Ixjulso Cheshire, of Nashville, sister of tho groom, was maid of honor; Mrs. V. T. Handle, of Hickman, slater of tho brldo, was ma tron; and Misses Uottlo Dellow, Char CONFEDERACY'S WHITE HOUSE lotto Hubbard, Virginia Prather, of Hickman, nnd Miss I.ouiso Jones, oi Now a Museum, Each of the Thirteen Hopklnsvllle, wero tho bridesmaids Confederate States Having a Memorial Room. Utile Miss Mary Tarpley, of Nash- lUchmond, Va. Located In Richmond, this building waa nt one tlmo a private renldonco, but rras purchased In 186J by the city of Richmond for the use of tho Confederate government, and was oceuplod during the Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src. Jit Courier Office. See samples. And when the day of recls'nln' comes as come It surely will, chiffon, trimmed in hand embroider-leYou'll Hnd Hickman, Kentucky realty light chrysanthemums, made over will equal a "tub mill," green satin, and carried pink roses. And there'll be scads of money for etch dollar you plant out. The matron, Mrs. Randle, was attired And M K ALT II will surely et you In yellow bordered chiffon, made over It you dont watch out. yellow satin, and carried yellow chrya anthemums. Bridesmaids woro light yellow dew-drochiffon, made over BLOOD POISON KILLED BOY. yellow satin and carried white roses. The thirteen year old son of D. daughter of Mr. and Barnes of West Hickman, died SatTho bride is a Mrs. D. II. Wilson, and one of the urday night He was thrown from a ago most talented and refined young la runaway wagon about ten days his leg broken and also a dies In the state. Her sweet dispo- and bad sition and charming manners have piece of wire entered his cheek and the gums. An abcess made her a favorite In social circus penetrated formed on the root of a tooth and tho and won for her Innumerable friends. by In her wide range of ncqualntanco,she tooth was pulled several days later a dentist, thinking that It would glvo refinwas nlways tho same sensible, ed girl. She had a pleasant word for relief to his suffering. Blood poison everyone, and in turn was admired developed in the abcess and death reby all who knew her. Mr. Cheshire sulted. Is to bo congratulated and then congratulated again on having won the Save from one to two dollars a heart of ono of tho sweetest girls in thousand on your shingles by buying Kentucky. direct from mill. C. M. Yates Shlngl Tho groom Is a native of Nashville, Co. Tenn., and a gentleman In overy sent of the word. His profession is that VITAL STATISTICS. of n Mechanical engineer. He Is 'a Births and Deaths Reported ta graduate of Vanderbllt University, Registrar During Past week. and has before him a very promising career. Deaths. A fine array of presents attest tho Claud Hamby( ago 29, Sept. 29, esteem in which tho young folks so pulmonary tubercuolsls. hnpplly married, are held by their friends. It Is doubtless ono of the Elizabeth Harris, age 89, Oct. 1st, old age. d p :MB Coy Uarnes, ago 12, Sept. 29, blood poison. 30, cerebral Sen. Jas. B. McCreary :VILL SPEAK AT: " aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMtaaf) I ZSM" Mandy Lillian Hester, meningitis. G years, Sept. Henry Smith, col., ago 65, Sept. 18, stomach trouble. After an absence of three years, H. Fleming returned Tuesday night from Ft. Russell, Wyoming, where no has been stationed for no mo time as ono of Uncle Sam's soldier boys. Ho was a member of tbo 4th field artillery, but his term of enlistment has expired and he will not Three year's roughing and toughing It doesn't seem to have left "Beacham" any tho worso for wear and. tear; on tho contrary, ho likes tho service. Mr. Fleming is a Jon of Mrs. O. L. Carpenter, and wo Join her In extending him a hearty welcome to his "Old Kentucky Homo." Arthur room warm. FLEXIBLE Manga METAL FIRE HOSE i rf aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Vertically on Extlngulaher, a Universal Joint Qlvlng It Wide Range of Aotlon. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKrBiir .BaaaaaaaaaaaaaH llaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH J JLIaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH Tho floxtblo motal hoao altathmont for flro extinguisher thnt may be wung In nny dlroctlon Is shown tn leaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaWVLwXrl iaaaaaaaaaaaaaLaaaaV-il9- HHHHH&,-White House of the Confederacy. war by Prosldont Davis and his fnm- - . .ataaaallKallH FULTON, KY. Wednesday x iloro his daughter. "Winnie." the "Angel of the Confederacy." waa born, and her his little son, Joe. was killed It by a fall from tho renr porch. was visited by Abrnham Lincoln a few days after tho evncuntlon. musoum, ' it la now a Confederatestates havof tho IS Confodorato each ing In tt a memorial room. In t front propollor-shafof tho mansion Is tho nnd of tho "Merrlmac," whoso fnmous with long rcmomberod cngngomont naval the "Monitor" revolutionized warfare tho world ovor. M Oct. 11 :BEGINNING AT 2 O'CLOCK: The Democrats of Hickman and vicinity are urged to be with us on this occasion. Fiscal court convened hero Monday with Judge W. A. Naylor presiding, and Magistrates A. M. Shaw, J. W. Williams and It. A. Browder present. Nothing was done but allow claims tho county, and because of the absence of tho Jailer and Sheriff who were attending court at Fultou, they adjourned to meet again Friday. All advertisements Intended for the Courier MUST be In not later than uoou, Wednesday. Our patrons will please govern themselves accordingly. tirpi.,.4 i,, f,t KnlnfuUkM Mechani- Flexible Hose Extinguisher. Ibis cs, Vertically It covers 3C0 dogreos, "d latorally moro than 180 degrees, Tbo hoo Is lined with a rubbur tub-Iand bangs vertically on tho llluatrntlon, soya Popular n. I" wide rang a universal Joint giving It of aettea. Town Hss No Cemetery. a division Orovlllo. Cal.-Poeast of point on tho Western Pacific as the Orovlllo. claims the record . .. eltv In tho United Tho population of Portola l States. porsons. Nevertheless. It has 1 000 no cemolory. In the last eight months thoro has boon but one dcatfl m rtola. SAM ELLIOTT Chairman Campaign Com. .,iii" Phone 185 and for a trial order of our .lus'lesa cooking coal. No Black; no trig lumps. Prepared especially for kltchon use. A. A. Farls. II. L. King and wife, of Corydon, Ky., are the guests of the formor'B sister, Mrs. B. T. Davis, IS DESCENDANT OF ROYALTY r"OR FEEDING Modern YOUNG CATTLE Beautiful New York Girl Who Belongs to the Extinct Dynasty of Hawaii. tfriffliiTXrZTrii4& r'jf jLlff Barn It Built Throughout on Concrete Walt Averaging About Two Feet In Height. uA iy'JjM 2&&WWh CoinUkt 1M, it CE. Zlamcrnia Co.- - Now York. Of the few ilcBccndnntH who rtminln of tlio roynl house of Unwell there nro (it least ttfo who tiro regents of this country. These are MIm Anna Douglass Graham, of Now York, ami hor mother, who la the wife of tho famous Dutch painter, Hubert Vos Mrs. Vos beforo her first innr. rlago to Mr Graham was tho Princess Kalkllanl. Miss Grnhnm Is ono or tho V? 8 The Old Cabinet Maker says: Whenever you buy furniture, whether it be a bookcase which is an evidence of refinement and today a necessary accessory to every home or whether it be a common kitchen chair, your selection should be made so as to get the required pieces in perfect harmony with the balance of the furniture in the room. That is what produces true homeness, that sense of comfort and contentment so desirable. Our stock enables you to select the furniture that goes well with any kind of surroundings and is good, strong and durable. Think what an advantage this is over buying away from home where you simply see pictures and vague, exagerated descriptions. Come into our siore and you will find the pieces of funiture you need, of the right quality and at the right prices. most beautiful young Indies In tho metropolis and was ono of the six bridesmaids of Vivien Gould at lur recent It Is now marriage to Lord Declcs reported that sho Is to become tin Tho ground floor plan of a barn, shown In tho Illustration, was originally Intended for feeding young cattle; It Is built throughout on a wall nvernglng about two feet In holgnt. In gates shut across tho 'hvl fo ns to dlvldo It when necen-nn- . writes II. G S. Todd of IMyii u h county, Iowa, In the llreed Hay Is taken In through er's (lax-ltthe n nter drlvowayf the feed room Is floori-with concreto and has grain and feed litis overhead; the grain feeds to tho mill and Is elevated to a bin out tho settles. There are two coiicrvU Inch pipes set on (ho con-crol20-fo- Are You O A Woman Cardui 9.r ndt i--Ti ll . N tWi -- Ground Floor Plan of Barn. xLL .. I wal) nbput )2 Inches apart and hay li thrown from (ho top of the mow Into a rack built on the braces, uhrro It slides down so that tbo cattle ran reach through to It, Tho arrangement Is quite cdnvenl ent for tho purpose Intended Thi chutu at the vast end Is used to t t and mark calves castrate, vaccina and ring bull. Tho stanchion opetra with a lover about J feet wldo brldo of Jay Gould, the youngest son enough for Rnrthlns; tp pass through, of Georgo Gould. a, and closes to 8 inches. There The former Queen of Hawaii. I.lllou-kalan- door at tho side of the stanchion for whose nnmo Is rarely mention- vaccinating and another side door at ed now in tho newspapers, ) living tho rear for castrating. This Is much at Honolulu, where she still keeps ft tho handiest contrivance I havo ovef little pourt For years sho made pe- seen riodica! visits to Washington to press INCORPORATFD her claims against tho government for UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office tbo valuo of the old crown land CARING FOR HORSE'S HOOFS which formerly were Invested in her nnd which now form the public doPlace to Stop Movement of Crack Is main. Out Washington would not be Where New Horn Is Being convinced that she had any rights In Formed at Coronary Band, this particular and apparently she hat up the fight and will probably given The proper place to op the move, never again leave her Island home. ment of a cracked hoot Is at the top The natlvo Hawaiian! are still dpep- - of the crack where tho new born la ly attached to thotr former queen. On being fornifd at tho coronary band, her birthday all Hawaii flocks to the ays the American Blacksmith. Tho homo in Washington plnce thing to do Is to cut n groove down mJkrcnEi and pays court to her In that pretty through the horn on each side of the home to three-fourtby buying direct from the Mill. I manufacture the best shingles in the allfs, In tho old, old way, with the crack and about or nobles, wearing tho ahuulas of an Inch from It. at the top, State. All are almost half an inch thick, and guaranteed. about their shoulders and the khllls and coming to a point about one half standing solemnly In the corner In Inch down the hoof. This will form Best Heart Shingles, per token of royal dignity line with tho crack In the a Lllloukalanl was dethroned In the middle, as shown In the sketch. Clamp " " Best Prime revolution of 1893, when a provisional government was declared, with San-for" " Economy . D. Dole at Its president. Annex. atlon to tho United States was then i Kept in stock at at my place in West Hickman, or may be had at Mill at sought, but upon the rofusal of Presl-den- t Cloveland to sanction It the reTyler. Ky. public of Hawaii was proclaimed an Independent state in 1894. In 1898 Me during the administration of Presjdont MoKlnley Hawaii was annexed to the Treating a Cracked Hoof. United States. part of the hoot about the half way up and draw a hot Iron deep, HOUSE BUILT IN A TREE TOP ly across the top of the V. Just above the horn. Any flat, ordinary or bar shoe will HICKMAN, KENTUCKY 'Two Ravenswood, III., Boys Construct In a Comfortable Domicile do. If the bottom of the hoof Is propBig Willow. erly leveled. A clamp or two may be put In below the V If tho horn It Ravenswood, III. A tree house kept at work, It will not grow togeth"that's different" Is now bolng built er again. The object la to keep the In this Chicago suburb, by two boys, part where the new horn is being Itobort Hroadbent and Charlie Ilron-duformed from moving, and by practicalIn tho first place It takes two ly Isolating It from the other part of BEbaBSjlpflfeflUFflHhQEvSSEiH big willow trees to hold up this house tho hoof, nature Is given a chance to and It is substantially stayed by a do the work under moat favorable cir third cumstances. Then there Is more pretention about this house than most tree structures, for it has an L, thero are to be two rooms, and on top thoro will bo a roof garden Ever hoar of a roof garden on top of a treo bouse? The houso will bo Illuminated by electricity and K will be substantially Mlis Anna Douglass Graham. l, The Woman's Tonic EL 1 HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. - R--j m tft '& 2 SHINGLES AT MILL PRICES tith ivxrDDXjEMiajsr's rnoirr 1,000 M hK sjj - Gnawim a Kirs ou a mJL; on Iff zsryjIWi ViA&lr nUIHsCY ll i- 1 HEY "- --w vv re- - 3- ff V Ij iRt, five-eight- JSU N. ilN OUR BANK 'KJ'l '' ciiiki m, t, - $3.00 2.65 2.00 d i r iin.,c ,v : Don't Place Your Order Until You See c. H. SMITH Jnl I ABIES grow and so does money in the bank. Both growths are constant; and, taking place night and day alike, you can provide for your baby by putting money in the bank and letting it grow with him. t. The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. LlVfcSTOC IT TOU MAKE S(fltL UN WITHOUT NECESSAR ln .ic.cmifJT EVERY DAY TiRT THAT CHECK, fjnir PASSED TUVES THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN AVOIDED. IF YOU HAD TO STOP AND DRAW A CHECK TO MEET THEM A CHECKING ACCOUNT IS A GENUINE INCEN tT JO LQONOUY ITUE EXPENVI r EXPEND f.vw.rj IHICKMAM BjNrfANlTf RUSTC07 " ipo&yqgdtf $3a5QQggJ Sunshine is good for the pigs, Keep them In it. The hogs should not be allowed to become lousy. It Is perfectly feasible to use green oats for silage. Whey Is worth nbout ono-ha-lf at much as sklmmllk for pig feeding. Tho boar should bo kept In a pen and yard tome distance from tho sows. Pigs will begin to eat at four wooka old, and sooner It sow Is a poor suok-le- r. The shoata should not be kapt In tho same enclosure with the brood sows. Got the young pigs out on the ground as toon aa the weather will eINotes permit Has a Roof Garden. See Our Agent Saad Salamy for high grade LOOK! LOOK! I furnish my medicines and guarantee a cure in... Founders, Colic, Bots Ring Bone, Bone Spavin Qets $125,000 Pipe Organ. Curb, Fistula, Pole Evil GOAL OIL and GASOLINE Now York. A S 126,000 plpo organ, Weak Eyes, Sharbon the largest and finest chamber organ in tho world, hna been Installed In tho and Lockjaw. 110,000,000 Fifth avenuo residence of Lowest prices and prompt W. A. Clork of Montana. It I own my hospital and am ready for Absolutely delivery. occupies ono end of tho senator's main ousiness. uniform. picture gallory. Tho organ was built O-l'XT-- e ed wlfo and his family will havo to keep out of this one, for It's going to be occupied even whnn tho wind blows cold, and snows cover tho gnrdon overhead to tho depth of a foot or more. furnished for both summer and winleast ter use. The squirrels as a rulo mako at Hogs enjoy being acrubbod with use of tree houses In Chicago In win- warm water and soap and it Is good ter, but Mr, Fluffy Tall, his gray coat- for them. The swill or feed barrel should bo well cleaned and scalded every week, For the Composing Room in a printing house electric light is the XTm . Tx-l- l Botli Flionoa , INDIAN REFINING CO. t R.R.ROGERS, Veterinarian HICKMAN, KY. EVANeViU-- C Angeles and contains 4,000 ture. pipes. Its owner has baa engaged an Exoepting oil meal a farmer should his organist Arthur Scott Brook, who grow oil the TAriotles of foods neceswas organist of the giant organ at the sary to the most suoceaafsl swine Chicago world's fair. In Lou Keep the aleoptng quarters and feeding places clean and thoroughly disinfected. Nothing will rotard the growth or cripple a young pig so quickly as to keep It on a board floor. Spray with somo good disinfectant, and grease all ovor, and don't neglect the Inside of tho ears. Good sklmmllk is worth 25 cenU per hundred for pig foodlng, when corn Bells for CO cents per bushel. Cowpcas and corn make excollont llago, or tho mixture may be usod to furnish tho best of sheop and hog pas- best, and for factories or shops turning out typewriters, clocks, watches, pnrts for bigger machines, it will aid in getting better and more work. Whatever your lighting or other electrical necessities further your own financial interests by consulting us. Our diagnosis and prescribing will help you a whole lot. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. (Incorporated) O-- . T. DILLON, STx'., 3VXarx. 4pM $1 In per Year Advance OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops In f&rclncr a on nnyono-you do not wiint to ml h copy, keep tho tutacrlp-tlo- n paid up. A notice of expiration U Riven hero 15 ilny ahead with f Kr i... mnmint lur n .,,,. Hint Kl ...inilr mm I Local News j ,,,,, tQ No i.jrrillon il.l.mU' Jnlr II" . A u . lniP i""""1' lw.i,t iu. to pntxr roit M H No limn THE HieKMHN COURIER. Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, when yocr time out. We dont I ve 1911 Number 16 A Blue Mark OUR ROLL OF HONOR. portion of thu vlllago of PAID OUT OVER $10,000. Local Clnt Pay Out Hand-tomwna destroyed by flro The following handsome and accomBurnt Saturday. entailing a '"" of c.00. plished foIkH have subscribed for the his-- , largest fire In the , ,' ill Nearly ull of the , ,.f the village. There are doren good reason why Courier alnce our last report: on tli cant of the IlllnoU llli'kiiian Ih one of the John llurchett. .linn most prosper-oii, , station, numbering about thlr-r Hob Ilynuin. cities In the Htnte. Not locmt Very (1. W. IMielpa. to destroyed. ond tholittle In- tlioKo In the cotton business. owmro ,, .. wn carried J. P. Bcott. It la true that some of the metropoll-in- n imI great los. Ii. A. Donncll, pa peril, purporting to give reporta N. M. Oliver. from nil cotton growing ooiiuiiunllloH H,rry Itobort. ft SprlnKfloM. Mo.I'M I'almor. , Mug "Casey Jonua" mi In- noxir mention Fulton county while n Mm. Martha Hoper. put lot of llltlo 2x1 towns, getting nbout .". that Jil family have - mily Dave Morgun. Hickman 100 bales a year, get lu the hand ,n the liiBnno asylum. J. M. Conner. lines. Hut the fact remalna that we ,' ,,i.i. r will please take notice, and go on raining cotton good ootton (. II. Bond. ,,,,. rn ikemtiihes accordingly. W. 1 1. Heath. mid Iota of It. mov- J. W. Walton. Tho cotton season lit juat now getm Harden and family liavo , Judge W. A. Nnylor. Wilton. Ark., to make tlmlr ting In a good wny hero. To giro a It. 1). Alexander. ,,., TUB HaytliiMH have lived on better Idea of what the cotton buslnoas II. U. Ilurch. s. h ilad for a long time, and their mean to thin community, we give tli ,, . fri.oda wgret their departure receipts of the local glim, Saturday Dr. K. M. Crutchfleld. Slovo Crossly. ,,, i iu aetton. Chat. 8. DrUora' gin 81 loads, agC. 1. Hagnn. a gregating Hfi.OOO pouuda. Baaing i,.. iirWs- I4Uuger, one of tho boat J. W. Mnssoy. on tlii leant price paid, $3.96, awn of May field, died Friday they apent I4.G12.80 l, Walter K. Howling. for the fleoey ,ii in.KiD as a retmll of having taken atnpln. Sam Klllott. tab-- i ,.rdo of o)nnol headache Met I.unaford. Mr. Iloiidunint manager of the iiiurwlay morning. J. K. Swift. Fanuera Oln & drain Co., roporta U0 Henry C. Holm. eawttr to climb down n troo loads, weighing a total of 1CC.170 i Duvo, Hughes. , u. tllmb up, which explalua why IK)iind, for which they paid $6,410.3$. Oco Harris. The total paid out Saturday by the i..p neuir crowded and why ii two glna It equivalent to a snmll Fauiito Wllllamt. .. i always room there. T. It. Grogan. fortune $10.02 hS. j,.ii. Parka, tho Napoleon of i It may also bo takon Into connld-orntlo- u A. K. Wheelor. . . oblon county, wan In lllek-,.,,- i, W. T. Gritsom. that cotton will keep coming on butlnesa Thursday. Mlsa Wllllo Curlln. lu for sovornl montha yuL It. 1.. Smith. UiIhh nnd ton Wuyman, of h Nlni Walker. city Never out of Work, druro out to thin i, t"lt. The bunlott llitel thlngt evur made II. L. Carpenter. . , I)r Klnif'ii N'..u- - l.lf,. Pill K: ur in their K. M. F. J. U. Ledwldge. augar-coateglobulH of ry pill It a Tom 1'ortcr. '....km at thu aun through a whit-k- - iieniin. itmi cnangea weukiiMa into , , Mlaa Virginia McLaughlin. itioWH tho ploture of the atrenuth. lnnciiiir Intn enurur. brain fag Into inoiitnl Kwur; curing Con- Sam Sherrlll. r iHiM and thin aoup. . ntiKitiun, Headache, cnillit loapep-laJ. J. Anderson. Only 2Co at Helm & Malaria . i llflttlo and Alllo Dodds are Kdgnr A. Walker. Hlliaou .i.I.ik eeral day In Dawson Iloy L. Hyrno. . Fannlo Urown. Try our waahed cooking coal. UniW. II, Atnborg. i bualne.vi trip form lze lutnpa; no duat and dlrU June made a Mlsa Lizzie Hlnea. A. A. Faria. ',,i, i IU, Friday. K. I). Johnson. -' Mnt.AVIHlamLoler. D. A. Luton. Mrs. Nat G. Turner. Cuaa. A. George .Mra. N. I) Klwarda. I'aul Shaw. v , , , ,,. ir m Hit, e , m , She's A Winner The , , V girl always is. She has that distinction that individuality that fashionable appearance that only clothes can ever give. tailored-to-orde- r tailor-dresse- - ,u , girl. You too, can be a d You too, can have the satisfaction of being stylishly and perfectly gowned for all occasions. And you needn't pay one cent more than you can well afford. For by means of our exclusive arrangement with the famous American Ladies Tailoring Company, of Chicago, you now have the opportunity of obtaining the same identical styles the very creations themselves, right here in your own town that all fashionable women in the big cities are now wearing. Look at these prices they are marvels of what scientific tailoring organization can now do: ' 1 , fl-- ' i , ' ill-,- i Suits Coats Dresses Skirts u$18.50 and up $10.00 and up $12.00 and up $5.00 and up er Ml And, mind you, all are made-to-ordto fit your individual figure. So satisfaction is absolutely guaranteed. i 1 1 m K.vWi 1KV - J Saturday Night C The Lyric. In L. Walker wa taaifnf? Itmmm4$ "3 SJ n.iiniic Cmtl Friday. H It. Mctheny Heelfoot. Miston, Tenn Sunday at see this magnificent line of ladies' Fall and Winter fashions now on exhibit at our store. No obligations to buy. We merely want to show you what comfort and pleasure a little money can now purchase here. Come spent Clarenco Hoed was In Union City Sunday All tho Inteat magazine at Fethe Mon-d- a SMITH & AMBERG Ed Barnes and wife, of East 1'ralrlo MARRIAGE LICEN8E8 Granted In Obton County, Mo., wero here last week shopping. your full SELECTcarefully. nnd winter knit that it Mako sure & French's. John Hngan apent Sunday and at home. A & possesses comfort warmth doubly certain that it will fit your body smoothly ihm fectly without bulk. llo wear, Voorhees apent a fow days Memphis this week. In RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. UNDERWEAR For Women, Misses and Children is mado in firmly knitted clastic fabrics that do nway with wrinkles under the corset n great cause of discomfort in thu ordinary underwear. Athena underwear fits the figuio with silk stocking. It tho smoothness of insures comfort without bulk daintiness with wenrability. Here ure some of its special merits: 1 A patented scat that gives extra room whero room Is most needed. A cclal stay that prevents tho garment from stretching oer the shoulder. An clastic cufl lh.it holds tho llecve In place and keeps It from slipping up on the arm. Trimming put on In an Improved v,iy, gllng cxiiulslto daintiness that Is not lessened by washing. ATHENA Harry Mlllett nttended the Trl State Fair In Memphis last week. Save money by getting your harn-nesfrom tho Hickman Harness Co. a Muck Hubbard, of Fort Worth, Charles Heckbaui, or Donaldson, Tex., was hero a few days last week. Point, Mo , was hero Saturday. If your clothes come from hero they Hickman Furniture Co., headquarwero brought right. Sullivan Bros. ters for anything In furniture. Lyric Tuesday Oct. 10 Tho Mlsres A. A. Knrls was lu Nashville the IJurrow Tennessee Artlsta and En- latter part of last week on business. tertainers. S In nil shapes and fabrics at tho price you usually pay. Try Athena for tho children. A perfect fit for all ages two to sixteen years. Mrs. Vandrgrlf hns returned from "Mrs A M. Tyler and little son went several weeks visit lu Kvansvllle, to Newborn, Tenn, Saturday on a luil. short visit We have some new things in furWalker Martin, of Union City, was niture this season. Hickman Furnl-tarhere Sunday tho guest of Miss CharOe lotte Hubbard. Mrs. John Klrkendnll who has been Mrs. J. It. llrown spent Saturday qulto sick is reported greatly Imand Sunday at Stnto Line with her proved. daughter, Mrs, Ola Shaw. Mrs. George Jones has returned to Mrs. Logan Dulguld and little daugh Fulton after n visit to her daughter ter, of Der8burg, aro lulling hor Mrs. Carl Schmidt. parents, Green Walker and family. Tickling In tho throat, hoarseness, FOUND A bay mare mule, about loss of voice, Indicates the need of two jears old( short chain on neck. BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. couijh I'ay for this ad ond Isarn where sho It eases tho luugs, quiets the and restores health lu tho bronchial Is tubes. Price 25c. GOc and $1.00 per Miss Hettle Iewls, of Tlptonvlllo, bottlo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. was here tho latter part of last week en routo homo from a visit to NashL; ville. fl. L ONGNEGKER e WHEREAS, It has pleased the infinite wisdom of God to removo from our midst, Sov. L. T. Williams, bo it W. K. Tllford and Nell Lynn. resolved A. B. Glover and Addlo Moon. THAT, Elm Camp No. 3, W. O. W., L. B. Chapman and Lula Cobb. has sustained a great loss In the deC. L. Barnes and Ruth Wulker. ceases of Sov. Williams, Eugene Gentry and Irene Cross. THAT, Ho was faithful to tho orFred Faulkner nnd Grace Berry. der, circumspect In his life and genL. N. itagsdale and Sallie Palmer. erous toward his fellowman. Walter Grills and Suo Ella Bright. THAT, Elm Camp extend her kindA. G. Tllman and Golds M. Gilbert. ly sympathies to his bereaved ones, Nelson Herring and Morlah and furnish them a copy of these res olutions. Also that one copy be sent Claude Quakers and Mnry Elizabeth. the Hickman Courier for publication Click. and that all this be entered Into tho C. E. Latimer and Marie Mltllda lecords of tho camp. Walker. T. A. Stark, Since Our Last Issue. KENTUCKY FOR CLARK. "Kentucky is for Champ Clarrk for president," declares tho Hon. Augustus O. Stanley, congressman from the Second Kentucky district and chairman of the house steel trust investigating committee. "Wo like Champ Clark down this way, and ho will probably get tho Kentucky delegates to the Democratic nntlonal convention of 1912."Mr. Stnnloy during tho coming 40 days will bo stumping the state of Kentucky In tho Interest of the state Democratlcac candidates. "I have abiding faith In tho triumph of our Democratic yarty principles," ho said, "In both tho state and national elections which avo fac ing us." H. AIcMullln. Jno. Pyle, Committee. Midnight In the Ozarks. nnd yet sleepless Hiram Scranton, of Clay City, 111.., coughed and coughed He was In tho mountains on tho advice of flvo doctors, who said he had consumption, but found no help In the climate, and started home. Hearing of Dr. King's New Discovery, he began to use it. "I believe It saved my life," he writes "for It made a new man of mo, so that I can now do good work again." For all lung diseases, coughs, colds, la grippe, asthma, croup, whooping cough hay fever hemorrhages hoarseness or quinsy, Its tho best known remedy. Price COc and $1.00 Trial bottlo free. Guaranteed by Helm & Ellison. l I. from Mrs. Cora Chandler has returned to Mlnnlck, Tenn., after n visit to her mother, Mrs. M. E. Rose and (laughter. Veterinary Surgeon Graduate of Chicago Vet. College 1893 SMITH & AMBERG The Republican nomlneo for stnto Senator from tho Third senatorial district Is O J. Jenlngs, editor of tho "Broad In Old Kentucky" nigh patA valuable dressing for flesh "wound ent Margaret flour. Better than others Office at Steve Stahr's Livery Barn burns, scalds, old sores, rash, chafed Murray Ledger. skin, Is BAIiLARD'S SNOW LINIbut costs no more. Betteraworth & BOTH PHONES When tho chest feels on fire nnd MENT. It Is both healing and nnU- Prather. septic. Prlco 2Gc, COc and $1.00 per tho throat burns, you have Indigestion 194 Residence Phone, Cumb. you need HERJ3INE to get rid of tho botUo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Miss Carrlo Griggs, of Columbus, badly digested food, strengthens tho who Is attending Business School at stoniuch and purifies the bowels. answered night or promptly WANTED: An experienced sales Prlco COc. Sold by Hickman Drug Jackson, Tenn., spent Saturday and Calls lady. Nalfeh Bros. tfo Co. day. Satisfaction guaranteed. Sunray with Mlaa Mario Brevard. -- r :; , -- J Xm rft m"- mmiWr DANGER IN THE CUP fiikrnalionaf Efforts to abolish the Common Drinking Vesiel. Sprlngtleld, III. Illinois hns fol. lowed Knusas In legislation to effect the abolition of the common drinking cup. Death lurks In IL TubeiculoBls, (r Porigj (ftMr Weekly Bargain- sFRIDAY AND SATURDAY FOUR SPECIAL BARGAINS Beautiful Art Squares, seamless, very fine rug. Heavy, thick Brussel Rug, worth $18.00, this week's price yvv-- - diphtheria and othor deadly Isease are distributed by It. Thoro Is no question whatever about theso facts, which may bo said briefly (o sumranrlzo tho results of a special Investigation recently madn by the board of boalth of tho state of Kansas. Kansas led the way In a movemont to do away with tho common drinking glass. Such recoptacles, which enrry all sorts of Infection from mouth to month, nre not to be In future allowed In rallrond trains, railroad stations and other public places In that state. Their use In the public schools Is no longer to be permitted. And now Illinois has follow od with Blmllar regulations. It is expected that before long this movement wilt become nationwide. This Week Nice Axminster Rugs, size 27x54, beautiful patterns, many to select from, worth 2.75, this week's price 'HERE is no word in the dictionary to properly describe clothes. "CharmINTERNATIONAL ing" is to tame, and "Beautiful" only describes the looks. To appreciate them you must wear the distinction they possess and fabrics. jthe wearing qualities in the I made-to-measu- re all-wool ' One might say that tho problem Is satisfactorily solved by tho paper clips for Individual uso which are sold by slot machines In many public places nowadays. All ono has to do 1b to drop a cent Into tho slot, and out pops tumbler of paraf-lina beautlfully-tnadpaper, woll put together nnd stiff enough to hold liquid for drinking. Ilut when one comes to think about It, one perceives thnt such cups as tlrvno are of small practical use for everyday folk; thoy aro a luxury for the can atTcrd rich. Only the to pay a penny for a drink of water The problem of the drinking cup In Its relation to health Is much more difficult and much more Important than ' most pcoplo Imagine Recent investigations of tho subjoct by tho Kansas state board of hoalth and by many ' bacteriological experts elsewhere have ,1 o e well-to-do liH Nice assortment of Ladies' Umbrellnsf Mission handles. Nice cloth umbrella 12Jfi Big assortment of the best 2.00 Ladies Umbrella in the town. Mission worth 85c to 1.00, this week's price gsld and silver handles, this week 49 98 " The Dry Goods Man." c AN INSPECTION IS INVITED Millet & Alexander The dear old sugar trust wan mulcted a few million dollars by the govA dollar a month dots not go fur enough after It gets Into the telephone ernment and the "trust busters" company's treasury to satisfy the threw a fit and congratulated themmanager who has to nay the upkeep selves. The question aroee: Would and operating expenses on a big ru- the Trust pay the fine? Sure Mike. ral line system, aud keep a little small It Is paid and being paid ever' tlmo change to hand over to stockhold- a citizen of Fulton county sweetens ers once In six mouths. He has to a cup of coffee. The American Recut too many corners, and run loo fining Company has made 4200.000 many chances of getting caught short per day since July 1. TUU repreof a bank balance by a sleet storm, sents a rise In prlco from 7!4 cents to 6.75 cents per pound. Then with or a law suit. the new raise to IV. cents its profits Twelve dollars la too low for farmwill he $50,000 per day. ers' line service on the average sys- Making aIncreased profit of a million dollars tem, with the quality and cost imevery four days. And we are told proved as it has been In the last few years. It la time to start after this the crop is short. Yos, the Trust will pay the fine with the help or the rate. The farmers can afford to pay people. more why should not they be induced to recognize value received? JG00 REWARD for one largo sorrel Of course we know what the farm horse, white bind feet, saddle and briers do when it is proposed to raise dle on. The animal lost his rider the telephone rate. Hut can this go trying to follow a drove of horses to on forever? What is the best way Gray's shop to be shod. Get your to get this thing Into better shape? mower blades ground for 25c. Some have done it already. Tele- phony. (The Independent Telephone Mens suits $G 00 und up. Sullivan Iiros. Journal.) FARMERS' TELEPHONES. -- The most beautiful display of WILLOW PLUMES ever seen here is in our show window this week. We make this line one of our specialties. We buy the best plumes direct from an Ostrich Farm, nnd sell them cheaper than they can be bought elsewhere. Prices 1.08 to 21.75. s :m: isrzinEH: THE CORNER STORE m fz-zS- ) A BUCHANAN BUILDING poisoning a second guinea pig. under slmllnr circumstances, developed tuberculosis; and Inquiry proved that several of the pupils In tho high school were afflicted with the dread mnlady. Tho rlra of snother drinking cup used in a school bore no fewer than 15,000,000 germs, while a vastly grcator number lingered deeper In the vessel where saliva had dripped down Tho conclusions drawn from all ob servations are to the effect that tho common drinking vessel Is ono of the most fruitful sources of tho spread of Huch mouth Infectious iIIfoiihch Infection, furthermore. Is especially dangerous because of the moist state In which the germ cultures pass from person to person Peril llngors about tho edge or the familiar tin dipper the kind tlmt used to hang alongside tho drinking plnco at school, and which still hangs near the kitchen pump In many a farmhouse The mouth of every humnn being Is a breeding place for multitudinous ml crobes, and these are of many forms Some of them aro nnd species others aro spherical; yet others arrange themselves In chains, and so on through a considerable diversity of shapes. Even tho biggest of them are so small as to be scon only with r microscope. the aid of a high-powe- MARY MILNCR DEAD. TAX D00K8 COMPLETE. tax books fu-iir- Safety Drinking Fountain. shown that the common tumbler or othor receptacle used for such purposes la a frequent and dangorous source of Infection. To employ such a vesel on a train, a a street fountain or elsewhere is to tako a serious risk A drinking cup which bad been used for several months without washing In a high school was lined with a brownish deposit which when viewed undor the microscope was seen to bo composed largely of particles of mud, with thousands of lilts of dead skin When a and millions of bacteria small quantity of this sediment was Injected under the skin of a healthy guinea pig the animal died In 8 examination hours, the showing that death was due to blood post-morte- A Live Store With the Right Prices My Fall showing of Mens and Boys Suits, Pants, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Underwear and Furnishings are here and ready for your inspection. My line" of mens suits and pants consists of the very latest styles, weaves and colors, and cannot be equalled in price in the city. My hat, cap and furnishing department is complete in every detail and I defy anyone to produce the same quality of goods at the same price. I have the style, the price and the goods for you. Come in and be convinced. I Mllner, ono of Fulton rouu most prominent mutrous died Tiiursduy morning nt 11 o'clock nt the home of bor daughter, Mrs. Minnie Scearco. Mrs Mllner seemed lo be a great deal (Hit,ter Wednesday, being up and uboTJt during the day, and the family went not npprehunshe of her taking aw a) until a short time Itefure she died. Mrs. Mllner was 71 your of ice and was bom and ralswl In Fulton county near Cayco Shu was one of the most lovable of women and was of a sweet and charitable deposition. Shu was a bollutur In the Baptist faith and was one of Hod's uoblu wo men. Surviving .Mrs. Mllner are Mt daughters, Mesdamus Hob Morris. Minnie Scearco, Unas. Iliiddleslon, of Fulton; and Mrs. II, I', and Sam Johnson, of Caycu. Two sous, Messrs John Mllner, of Cnyuo, and Will Mil ner, of Karl, Ark., also tmrvlvo. ty'H A Hickman dispatch to tho Commercial Appeal says thai a cotton gin will bo erected at IXirenn and adds It will bo the only one in this (.Mississippi) county. The correspon dent evidently did not know or the gin nt East I'ralrlu which has been running for two weeks. Kast I'ralrlu Kaglo. Tho troublo Is that tho didn't read the Kaglo or the Courier. lira The recent comply Obion rounty shows the following value l.oi&.&l?) Total number ..f acres, ll.im.Mfi. Value of 4rofti propwty fl.WS,&Sl. Total, real. p.r owol $S.TI.m. Total tax forltli ni9.flflC.0T. Number nf polls In oo Number of town lots ti'i tr Mil. An Indlnn was one told by awlrn.. man that feathers made a Kofi bed Th Indian took one feather and laid on li all nlghL Thgn the next morn Ing tin said. "While man heap lur Kealhers no good ml." That's lb.' way with n u,od many inerchauu Thy put ono Utile add In the pat r and laavo II a week. If U diHMii make them rich Ihey condemn ad mortising as being no good. Tito American Sugar Infilling Co. has purchased half of tho LouUlRna rop of sugar ori.tbo basis of present sugar prices. This Is u $2Q,000,Ooo deal. Saturday night at the Lyric at that To Rebury 8oldlars' Dodles. Alexandria, La, Threo thousand two hundred and nlnotcen bodies of federal soldiers burled in cotnoterlea In different parts of Texas aro to be moved to Plnovlllo, La., near hero, for reinterment, In the national cemetery plnco. - Where Quality Reigns Higher than Price. Tho B. Sondholmor Lumber Co.. operating plants at Memphis and Calr went Into tho hands of a receiver Frl dny. Their assets are given nt Fire departments are necessary and I1.2G0.000 with liabilities of $700,000. ave much property, but thoy cannot Mrs. Dora Dicky Nlpp, daughter Inability to sell products In sufflcont b6 relied upon always. Although they of the lato J. II. Dicky nnd sinter of quantities to meet outstanding obli- may put out tho fire, water may do ,Mr Bud Dicky, died lasl Sunday nt gations Is given as tho causa of at much damage as the fire. Flro jthe family residence on or near s Insurance protects you against the Ilidgo, about ten miles from lots by fire at well at tho lots by (Hickman. Mrs. Nlpp wns taken with The frost alnt on the pumkln water damage. A fire Inturanca polfever and wns desperately ill through icy In a reliable company with a repAnd no fodder In tho shock, out the fever a entiro course. Her Hut If you'vo got pertntors utation for fair dealing and prompt-net- t body was hurled last Monday at Is your best protection. Bettor put them undor lock. We rep church, In tho Sixth District, rotent only tuch companies. alio spent tho hours of he a near whore Saturday Nujht The LyrU. girlhood's home. News Banner, H. C. j Ebo-nfzer Saved His Mother's Life. ''Four doctors hud glvon me up," writes Mrs Laura Gaines, of Avoca, " nnd my children nnd nil my Im friends were looking for me to die, when my son Insisted thnt I uso Klectrlc Hitters. I did so and thoy have done me n world of good. I will lUlways praise them." Klectrlc Hitter Is a priceless blsslug to woman troubled with fainting and dizzy ells, backache, headache, weakness, 'debility constipation or kidney disorders. Use them aud gain now health, strength nnd vigor. They're guuruniccu io sausiy or money refunded. Only GOc at Helm & Kill- son. ' i , All you who have torpid llvor, weak; digestion or constipated bowels look out for chills. Tho season Is hero an! tne nlr Is mil or tho disease germs The thing to do Is to got your llvor In good condition nnd purify tho stomach and bowels HKIUllNK Is the right remedy, It answers tho purpose completely. Prico COc. Sold by the Hickman drug Co. S i "V TIF L I ' - I fj I DouJblpProtection HELM, Agent n Mtf t ifrm h "nrni wifc & ti . M tyvjmtifo i if FOR YOUR FALL ADMIRAL SGHLEY DIES SUDDENLY DROPS DEAD IN 8TREET OF NEW YORK WITHOUT WARNING OF ANY KIND. ILLINOIS FORTY-BEVENT- JOLOHS MEET STRIKE REACHES FULTON. Twenty-slMen Walked Out Saturday. x IT Cen- WHY NOT GET THE BEST THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING ? Harness Saddles Collars j GENERAL ASSEMBLY IN SPECIAL SESSION. Dsep Waterways Is Only Subject to Be Considered For Legisla- tion at Gathering. Forty-seventh HAD GREAT NAVAL CAREER Wlnfleld Boott Schley Distinguished Himself In Spanish-AmericaWar and Wai on the Retired LIsL X'XVV VXCB Harness Shop and snvc money. All workmanship guaranteed to give satisfaction In I the New Dodd's BIdg. Inrness and Shoe a Specialty Re-jjairi- ng of tho TSnd forces. Sampson was seven miles from the scene when tho battle began Schley was on the Urooklyn and led the fighting Wlnfleld Scott Schley was born October 8. I831. near Frederick City, Md, and at tbe age of 17 was appointed to a cadthlp In tho United States Naval academy at Annauolla. llnwn graduated In I860 and became suc cessively midshipman, master, lieutenant commander and, In 1871, commander Now Tork. Oct. 3 Hear Admiral Hcolt Schluv dnuiiirii IiikI Hoar Admiral Schley wm una of the fnnioti Spanish war heroes nnd I" ihnrge of thn fleet that sank tho SpauUh ship commanded by Or-teron July 3, 1898. At the tlma Hear A dm I ml Sampson, on the New York, had gone to minfiir wllh Shatter, who was In command W 'Infield a Repairing a Specialty vV Newspaper Edited by Woman One of 8vral Buildings Durned ' William E. Dawson, His Wife and In Faxon, Okla. Daughter Are Slain at Monmouth, III. Phone 154: Law-ton-. O- -t 3 Okla., The Faxon Ladr and three other business buildGranite, City, III.. OcL 3. ings In Faion He In arhes from a York of this city has gono Mrs. E. to Monblase which started In tho office of mouth. Ill, whero her father, mother the leader It Is charged tho fire was and sister wero found dead In their of Incendiary origin and nu arrest beds with their skulla crushed, apparmay be made The damage (s esti- ently with an ax, mated at 130.000 Tho dead aro William Dawson, hl The leader, which carried Insur- wife and their daughter, Georgia. ance, In owned and edited by Mrs. Dawson was tho caretakor of tho I.ucy Kaston. who Is In Oklahoma First Presbyterian church at MonCity attending tho stale fair. mouth When he failed to appear at J W Jones' grocery store, tho Vc tho edifice to open It for Sabbath letot millinery establishment, tho I? school servlco four churchmen wont V Kennedy grocery nnd hardware to the Dawson home to see It be wero shop and, a vacant store were tho oth- 111. They found the bodies. er lots There wero no oidonce of a strug gle. Tho police, believing tho family1 OMAHA JUDGE DROPS DEAD was slain, think each ono was ktllod with a single blow. Thoro are no clowa. Jurist Stricken With Heart Failure ' -- sand all kinds of jewclcry re-- t Just as He 'a hoarding Train. CYCLONE WRECKS SHIPS ' i jromptly nnd guaranteed by hick ma n Harness Co. Bprlngflcld, 111., Oct. 3. Tho special seslon of tho assembly of lllfnols, which late In June until October 2, has reconvened. In accordant with a "gentlaman'a agreement," no effort wna mado to transau business, but an adjournment was taken for ono week. In the Interval tho bouse and senate will endeavor to formulate some plan to guide tho deliberations of tbe special session. Hut one subject of legislation deep waterwa)s was named In Governor Dmeen'a call for tho special session. No other subject may bo taken up unless tho call Is amended, which, In the opinion of Attorney General Stead, Is Impossible. Governor Donecn has been urged to enlarge tho call to Includo Intlattvo and referendum legislation aud an appropriation for tho Illinois public utility commission. It Is said Governor Denecn favors enlarging tho call or Issuing another for a Becond special session, which can not be called until tho presont one adjourns Tho tangle Is . aggravated by the fact that tho mombers aro oppokod to adjourning the special session until tho I .o rimer case Anally Is slsposcd of at Washington. Thp special aesslon probably will drag through long recesses until next year, despite tho belief that no deop walerway legislation will be accomplished by the special Bcssion. gen-onorantl-Dence- Union employes of tbe Illinois tral railroad at Fulton walked out Saturday morning In response to nu order from the head of the union to Join the general strike on tho Harrl- men figured innn lines Twenty-si- x in the Fulton division, consisting or bollermnkers, carmen and machlnls'i Noii union men aro being xent In to take thi-l- r placea. This strike Is assuming enormous proportions, nnd extends from one end. to the other of tho I. C. system. An army of probably 50,000 men hnvo walked out, and traffic la pretty well tied up with more scrlnuH consequences yet to follow, it has oven ffeetcd Hickman lo tho extent thnt our local agents havo been notified not lo except freight for the I. C. billed to points anywhere south of Memphis. JWME cii il ff'Pfl Jl . If your dealer doesn't handle it, write for prices. Hickman Wagon Co. Incorporated Here In brief, la what tho Harrl-malines arc expected to concede under pain of strike. This alto applies to other railroads: 1 n CURIOUS BITS OF HISTORY THE EARLIEST AMERICAN COLLEGE. 'BBlBfjB' Itecogntllon of the Shop Employees' Federation, representing five crafts, viz.: machinists, bollermnkers, car men, blacksmiths and sheet mot-a- l workers. 2 All present or future employes not members shall Join tho federation within thirty days. Tho company to agree that the control nnd final settlement of dlf-f reiioes w it Ii employes shnll rest w lib. a fedrnted rommltteo mado up of all flie crnfts Instead of committees of the Individual crafta as heretofore. 3 1 W"BSSSi By A. W. MACY. In 1616 the king of England ordered the bishop of London to collect money for a college to be founded In Virginia, and during the next three years a sum equal to $7,300 was raised and sent over for that purpose. In 1618 It was ordained that the college should be located at Henrico, and 10,000 acres of land EYES TESTED FREE Eyes utralRlitened without tbe uto of Xnlfe or Medicine. or Blurred If you have Headache, Vision, cnll on Kye-strn- ln I. KAGHAN ICxpcrt Optician, ol OIiIcbko, nt the ARREST MAY FOLLOW FIRE THREE DEAD IN THEIR BED i To restrict tho number of c An average increase of seven nts nu hour for nil machinist, np-p- r ntlces nnd helpers. (This would increase tho shop pay roll of the Harrlman lines about $7,000,000 5 ) 6 pi ice, 7 -- No employe shall work bonus or premium aystem. by No form of physical examination or personal record tdiall be required If forces aro reduced employes to indicate who shall be laid off. No employe, belonging to tho ration la to be discharged or KMonded without tho consent of tho Employes' Committee. f li ' were allotted for Its endowment. This land was to be rented to of tho Insettlers. come was to be used In educats In ing Indians, and educating English children. Tho company donated a London small sum for a building and a few booka to start a library. A good attendance was assured, for 1,261 children were sent over from London to be educated In the new college. It was also decided to establish a preparatory school at Charles City. But before either Institution got under way the terrible Indian massacre of 1622 took place. In which of all tbe English settlers In Virginia were killed. This put an end to all thoughts except of personal safety, and It Is doubtful whether any actual Instruction was ever given In this earliest (prospective) American college. One-tenth nine-tenth- HICKMAN In OPTICAL GO. the Boltzcr Building to pay. Kyes properly tlttod and a lino line to select from nt the price you Alton Pine Line of Novelty Jewelry You are invited to call and see them. TIME TABLE C, M. &. G. R. R. (Effective June 4, 1911) 6:30 a, m. Leave Hickman 8:30 a. m. Arrive Dyersburg 2:00 p. m. Leave Hickman 5:00 p. m. Arrive Dyersburg 9:00 a. m. Leave Dyersburg 12:00 noon Arrive Hickman 5:30 p. m. Leave Dyersburg Arrive Hickman..... 8:30 p. m. O. M. nOSS, Agent one-twelf- th (Copyright. UU, by Jcph B BowIm.) BROOKS, the JEWELER Uaatoaf)' Nut Siiar Is YTTYYTtTTYYTTVTYVTTYYTVT F. E. CASE & SON Staple and Fancy Groceries mamammmmmmmmmammm Chicago, Oct 3. Judge Gustavo Anderson of Omaha, Jurist and leader of tho Nehraskayliar, Iropped dead here. Ho was boarding a train for Washington. I) C. Ho had Just mounted the steps of one of the cars when bo was stricken with hoart falluro nnd fell back Into lit- - was tho arms of tho porter carried Into tho cir nnd physicians summoned He died without regaining consclousnesn Nearly a Dozen Ashoro at Different Points Along the Cape Breton CoatL Sydnoy, C. B, OcL 3. Nearly a dozen vessels are ashore at different points on thn Capo Drcton coast as tho result of a hurricane which swept over that section. In this city one person, n little girl, was killed, and another fatally Injured by live wires Tho schooner Coronation Is ashoro at West Mount; three coasting vessels are grounded In Sydney harbor, two others are stranded at Darrack Point, nnd tho wrecking steamer Albert Is ashoro and badly damaged In the harbor. Bloodhounds Seek Slayer. Okla., OcL 3. Joseph who stabbed Montgomery Wilson, Campbell to death while Campbell was trlng to part him and another man with whom ho was quarreling. Is pursued by a posse and Think About It llaMfirA'aam amwtlnW'5m95?V?535BB TRIES TO DIE, SWIMS OUT Lovesick Youth Cllmbr Out of goon When Ordered by Policeman. Chtcngo. Oct. 3. La- Hardware, Glassware nnd Tinware Standard Gas Engine Oil Free Delivery Disappointed In love, Anthony I'etrocek leaped into the Lincoln Park lagoon. A park policeman who was on the bank beckoned to him to awlm out and I'etrocek obe)cd Chlckasha, BBaBMaBaaaaaaaaalBVBHS. blood-bound- Phone 183 Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, frc. See " n Wo N Indiana Rivers Rising. Corner Stone of Church Is Laid. Evansvllle, Ind., OcL 3. As the rc-s-i.i Galesburg, 111., OcL 3. Tho Methodthe hoay rains lately many of Oalesburg la d the corner stono creek; are swnlleu nnd the Wabash, ists a new edifice Rev. David D. of I'utako rivers are rising at Downey, Chicago, UU officiated. Willie and a rapid rate. DO YOU WANT A FARMT '" Jit Courier Office. samples. Suit, or Crutchfiold, ' Kvcuoiio of our farms haa tho boat know our bualnoeu and do our country on EAHT1I to back them up, rk rlghL Whlto Dros. nnd )ou will agreo with us If you More come nnd seo for yourself. M Lenko & Coa printing plant than 100 flno farina to select from H iailucalt una burned Tuesday uow, ranging from 3 to C25 acres. All located within 10 miles of Fulton, us before buying your fall suit. you Ky. v uu tbu gooda nnd will eavo you out. Wo aro prepared to sell to Wo havo enough bargains " y Sullhun Uroa. sell jou In. Wo can list your prop' Wnde, a Mnyflold dollvoryman, erty at any tlmo, guaranteeing you hot In tho log Saturday, whllo n satisfactory deal. For further In" iK n wagon through n crowd of formation concerning our list either visitors. Ho ran against Luthor cnll at our offlco or wrlto for our ''oik, nnd tho latter used a 32 free descriptive catalogue. ' to chock lilin ' temporarily & WARFORD SAWYER Hi always aomo mutt trying to Real Estate & Investment Co. ' r con-- r through every Uition, vhon bo could Just na Phones: Cum. No. 3; Rural No. 361. 1 ' iy driven Offlco Lako Street, Fulton, Ky. nround. 1 out-doo- iu. d ay. If so make your wanta known to us, we aro In a position to ao)l you ai. kind of fariu you want, nothing pi id wrong In tho lot, every ono within tho rnngo of reason, all well located nnd snnely Improved. Show uh a lino of fnruta at any price, wo don't caro whoro they aro, or how ou may call them, that aro good better than wo offor In this fall a wua in list nnd wo will quit tho business. i Prices llros. to ploaso all at Sullivan A little early, perhaps, but the stove .season will soon be here, and we want to say in advance that we have Assessor Ueadlea waa hero from Fulton, Tuesday, on business. Cypress Shingles, $1.25 a thousand nt mill. C. M. Yates Shlnglo Co. Miss Stella Salmon left last week for IxHilll!o nnd Cincinnati on busi ness. 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. i ' Why not use dustleca coal for cook ing. A. A. Farla boa tho real article nt the right prlco. lister Iluck, who conducted a small store at Dukedom, died Satur day. Ago 40 years. We havo Just received COO pair of tho Old Woolen Mills pants to bo sold at less than factory prices. Sullivan llros. Hev. Spurgcon WIngo Is attending tho West Kentucky Ilnptlst Assoila tlon In llardwell. Ho will return Thursday night. by flro Sunday. The house nnd contents wero vnlued at $12,000. He carried $4.50 to $25.00 25.00 8.00 to to 50.00 35.00 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 ifUo resldenco of Harvey Lowe, at destrojed $7.-CO- O St Louis Furnishing Co INCORPORATED Mayfleld, was BOTH 3PXX03NT33IS O-O- . Insurance. ! - y WB One Price House nil. SCRUB HOG IS UNPROFITABLE Can Consume More Valuable Feed and Give Lets In Return Than Any Just in The very latest PedQossSboc V- - r'l 5 &i - Bi . iI- Everything Guaranteed Other Farm Animal. rceslbly there Is no other farm animal that can offer as poor an excuse for his existence as the scrub hog. Ho Is an unprofitable animal any way you tnko him. r ho A an economical Is a falluro. Even his ability to shift for bin. self does not recommend him to tho people within the limit ot his rnngo. as he has tho reputation of preying upon neighboring cornflolds when food Is scarco. Ills build naturally adapts him to his manner of living, since ho Is narrow In tho chest, has n long, narrow snout This adapts him to his manner of living. With tho scrub hog It Is "root, hog. or die," henco tho long snout. His narrow body aids him In getting through s and If ho falls to small find a placo large enough to go through the fenco, ho can soon dig under with his long snout There Is no standard of excellenco since ho may pos- for tho scrub-hog- , long-leggefcnco-crack- (Hy W. O. WKSTCOTT) . 'M styles f I 'f W H. E. CURLIN House of Quality ftr f You will like the still ihortcr cflcctJ, the new tip. a"J tnc ric'' tnc f the leather. The perfect taitc of each Red Cross style and the ixlrimtly short appearance they K'vc your foot, make them itriHnly attractive. Everything Guaranteed One Price to All "How I wish I had tried this shoo before." it you. Come in and get style and comfort, get both. You may select any style you wish and wear it in perfect comfort. Tanned by the special Red Cross process, the Red Cross Shoe bends with your foot. It is this that makes it n easy t walk in. Our customers always say Tho Red CroM U ill ti4im4 I. kallf xlil Mlfc Tin Mll.trr Tanning Process fU UmUc .4Sift U U.li.l. Tkll I vbr otJlrtrf 4 71m U It !! Come in and let us POOR MAN FERRY MEANS MONEY. Merchants Lot Money Ferries Don't Run. Practical Fashions CHILD'8 DRESS. When Champion Middle White Sow. Oxfords$3.50andW. !Iih Shoes $1 and $5. There Is possibly ono man In fifty Hint could make an Intelligent of the number of passengers estl-mat- e r ' I I carried by our ferry during a month. Hut the major iKirtlon have no definite lden of this volume of business. Through the courtesy of J. T. Pickett, one of the ferrymen, wo nre ublo to give the amount of business trans acted by him during the month of Sep tember, which, he clnluis Is a little Lelow the average: Passengers ferried 301. Uuggles and horses H. Itoad wagons i'8. Cotton wagons (loaded) 31. Corn wagons 9. Iyooao horses 34. Mr Vupo) ( ouldn t sleep Inst Cattle 2. night 1 ml to get up nnd walk around Shingles 4.000. nearly all r gM Lumber 33,000 feet. Mr Oldjior liio.ji ma? Bricks 35.000. Mr. New pop Y the baby bad It Mixed freight nveraglng 1500 pounds dally, or 45,000 pounda for Uie mouth. SURE Average dally trls, 8. t num. bor imr day, 0; greatest numbor 17. We have two complete ferry equipAQ9Q ments In service, but the nboo roprehont the buslno This simple little frock Is one of the of 'in only. Those statistics show what the popular round yoke models, very easy to make. Tbo material Is gathered ferry iiieuns to Hickman, us the trade across the lower edge of the yoko la (ouslsbi largely or business coming front but Is left plain In tbo back It from Missouri to this city; enabling Is gathered In both at the waist line. the farmers ot that section to miir-ki- t The long French style Is used Tor tbo their products hero as well as HEREF0RDS WIN AS GRAZERS body of the dress and a tiny skirt buying their juppllos from our marla frilled around the lower edge 'beTheir Ability to Fatten on Qrati Diet kets. neath a belt. A handsome shaped Is Characteristic Which Apbertha Is used to trim the outllno ot Illckmau Is blessed with unexcelled peals to AH. the round yoke and this has Its outer ferry service now. edge pointed In handkerchief effect. Thero Is no breed of cattle which The dress may be worn either high or approaches the Hereford as graters, low In the neck. Datlste, lawn, organGOOD INVESTMENT. and their ability to fatten on a grass die, swlss, cballls, cashmere and even diet of their own gleaning Is a charOest Policed City In serge may be used In making a fine acteristic which appeals to all who The Country. this little dress, with embroidery or are looking for tho most economical lace as trimming. method of producing bcof. The pattern (4S90) la cut In nlzca Extremes of weather, which will During tho last twolve months City 2 to 8 years. Medium site requires Mr. Koyno (quoting) The pen u cause other oattle to seek shelter or 2 Marshall John Wright has paid the yards of 36 Inch material. mightier than ttio sword. does city treasurer $2342.11 for fines col- shado eating not deter tho Hereford Mrs. Koynu (handing him bill) his fill: and tho contrast To procure thli pattern send 10 cents from Very true. You can't sign a check lected by him. to "Pattern Department." of thli paper. after an unfavorable sosson between Write name and tuldreei plainly, und be with a sword. Besides tho police department be- tho Hereford and othor breods la very ure to give size and number ef pattern. ing a money maker for the city we marked, writes August Haedecke In T Mens suits $5.00 and up. Sullivan have tho best policed town In tho the Northwestern Agriculturist. NO. SIZE 4890 The Hereford can be fattened at country. Nearly cvory day we hear Ilros. NAMB....M some one say this, who have been any age with oqual rapidity. Whether 1'iult Jars ut Uettersworth & leath here for years and remembor the town bnby beef or a more mature product TOWN will satisIs desired the Hereford er's. when It was not as largo as It lx now factorily meet all requirements. , STREET AND NO Tho (repressiveness of tho Hero- Hand painted China. Hickman 8TATB ford aire, when used on scrubs or Hardware Co. Many unwary ladles of Hickman natlvo cnttle, la a quality which rec The hata and caps Ijolhovltz's are were "stung" last week by n smooth ommends Itaolf to breeders of every talking gentleman claiming to sell an section. Tho color, coat and markshowing are brimful of stylo. an "ashestoH cooking pan." To evade ings are all Ideal and all are transFerdlo Mnddox and Miss Virginia Prather nnd A. E. Owen and Miss Uet ' Iko Doleon, of Hayouvllle, spant city license, he takes orders one dny mitted by tbo slro to his offspring, and delivers the goods some other mnklng n uniform bunch of animals tie Dellow motored to Clinton Sunday several days here this week day. Ills asbestos pans reminds im which will Instantly attract the buyer. No hothouse pampering Is requisite very forceHhly of the story of Capt. to lit the Heroford steer for market Smith who sold gnu powder seed There Is nothing capricious about his (onion) to the Indians years 'igo appotlto and all that Is nccosmiry Is Tho gunpowdor seed of course sprang to give him n chance at tho feed up when planted nnd the asbestos trough. Tho Hereford bull la of a mild, oven patiH camo alright but they posa.-smeritorious qualities lo about tho tomperament, not In tho least exclt-abl- o or cross, yot novor overlooking Bame extent Tho pans were sold for an opportunity to Increase tho numbor ouly 35c- - a very small profit, which of his offspring. The cows are good Is Justified by the fact that tho seJI- -r mothers and supply abundant milk had no rents, taxes, clerk hire, etc. for their calves. to pay However V. K. Caao & Son have a big tttnek of tho suihu goods i Feedlno Rye. HsUHsHsr tfl which they are glad to retail at 10c Rye In early summer Is a good food, iB M each. Wo believe ono would be safe but will not solve the food question. It Juat received, n oomplete linn of the In offering a handsome reward for n should bo followed quickly with a HKTTKIl IIUII.T Hllk Mote fur meii. H piece, of asbestos In one of the crocks mixture of whoAt and other crops In H All Hlcet and colors Wine, I ted, 'CIrey, M Tan, Purple, Lavender and Illack. M us largo as a gnat's bristle. Who was succession. it said "a sucker Is born every min 1 U-asfig-ure- n sess nlmost any form except a beautiful one. he may be of any color He has tho reputatlou of being ablt to stand nil kinds of rough treatment and still survive He la regarded as being nblo to re sUt disease better than the Improved breeds of hogs Wo very much doubt whether this quality attributed to tho scrub hog Is truo, slneu wo have noticed that hog cholera takes the scrub as well as the well bred hog. One thing Is sure that the scrub hog can consume more valuablo feed and give less In return than any other animal that we know of A farmer who owns a herd of scrub hogs seldom needs any other corn-crithan his bogs. He novor gets rich selling pork, and In fact It be dopendod upon his hogs to make him money to buy better bred hogs ho would never own better ones. The scrub hog usually keeps his owner so poor that bo Is not able to buy better stock. In fact, this Is tho excuse usually given for his exist-oncPoor farming and scrub hogs are usually found associated together. They are near and dear companions. Doth make a rapid retreat before a progressive spirit nnd there Is not a hotter evldcnco of tho goneral progres-slvenes- s of a peoplo than the absence of the scrub hog from a community. b It bends with your foot Bradley & Parham. Stwrgeoii W4Mn, of the I Up church. Prtdny afternoon, and Ut Ih the elt went ktld to ewHttry wtth V. O. W. honors. AKlHHIgh dernlh wtis iwt unaxctrd wClnude Hauiby, age Xt) yearn, tiled UH taking from nwtMig us Ooiih a his home In West Hlokrmiu Frid.iy a grrat ke iuirruw to UU relative iiiornlng after a lingering IIIiiami of many frlemU. lung trouble. I'ar lo his athea. Deceased wmt born and r ennui In Hlckmnu, and wna well known ami TIih 8Hml llrtgtutA ICi(ituflk)' IX hub! n high esteem by our nltSxn. About two years, ago be tu4fgrii vMoh u. C. V. will met In lis an Ky nrxi In n City Stock Marshal nrlil llualft mini kMtetfnH at MayfttJd, most efficient officer, uo have liv- Thuitxluy. the er had In that cnpaolty. Ill health !) At th MMhodlst alWirih ltxl mnde It Decennary for him lo aban day at a .ut. wtH b fiuMaj :ll don this work last spring, since uhteti HrtHxtl. ahd M II it. w. uhi) 7 p. a wns confined to hi room. time he wIR lie-- praeklMg by Ihe paslor. It Mr. Hauiby Is survived by his wife I). W. WHMm The rv!M m and a six year old duughter. Miss speelfll vlrw to tlie revlntl uewt Neva; aluo one sister, Mrs . Vorim lug which la aiiKrtMleU to boglll tat Harper; one brother, I'ollcemaii Hid toeing Humltty Th pastor h(imi ttai Hauiby, and a half brother. Chas ihcwIhs ami frtsl wIM nUemt Woodrlng. of Woodland Mills He prfpuraior)- - to the rotmcll was u member of the W ) W , In Kervtces. Further llnprukelilullta !n which he carried x.(X0 HiHurnncf tin- - chiH-il-i aiullioriuHi nre lfrr.-wi-r- ' Funeral serlcroiiducted till nfiT the CLAUDE HAMOY DEAD. by s ( Ik el 1(1(1 (la mmiIi re it S..A mw. lieov.U Ux rue tau T es ttuva lt W jti kn. Inl, ili Crau Hd I. tM l4 wimI tf ifUl IWf Set . llv Was Stock Marshal of City of Hickman. rt e. a-- l - rnal ct33 !? w Why Not Settle on a Suit Today ? There's a variety and a wide range to pick from today Every size and every proportion of manly form can be taken care of now with every certainty of satisfactory fit. s No matter where you've been buying your clothes you haven't any excuse to turn down our invitation to come in and try on as many suits or overcoats as you wish. We promise beforehand thnt we will not make you uncomfortable by urging you to buy. Most of customers lirst came here on a sort of sizing-u- p tour, with no fixed notion of buying. All we ask is, come and sec, and we will depend on the attractiveness of the clothes and their prices to bring you to the buying point. Drop in anyway. Be neighborly. our-regul- ar n. c. ,uil,iii . I f ute." , I Our attention has been called to the fact that tho eteps loading up the hill near the homo of MIhscb Outteii If in bad slinpo and need repair. Some of tho Htops have rotted out nnd unless fixed at oucu tho city may huvo a damage milt on hand, havo a damage suit on hand. The Court Housu steps also need somo at tentlon. Mr. H., tho gentleman who wiih secretly married a short time ago, has not yot' taken advantage of the Courier's liberal offer to withhold his secret. It la barely possibly that ho fulled to seo the last week's paper, and wo feel like giving lilm another chance to "nuiko good." a man who will get Judge Naylor un at 1:30 In tho morning to perform a marriage coromony would certainly spend a lar to "keep tho lid ou." Baltzer & Dodds Incorporated-- - D. G. Co. E gTl l e I 'ijy MnJrlnBgwHJU-- (rMliiA bbsbssss T i 'r u,e otv.uiull he Whistles '8cli .t. ucrnnniTir MAIN, two o'clock. store Saturday Afternoon at ......... WffisT at this iiU- -. ' T 9 (Is 3 ! I P plTa J Newest ..In Millinery.. As usual, we are presenting our patrons the latest, best and most advanced styles in hats to be found anywhere in this vicinity. All shapes, styles and trimmings are to be found that are at this store. up-to-da- tt 3X?- -I jaXiIK afs J1'' TT Jia A a Heard '' m On the Streets ,ii,i,tiii,i,i i.ii...t.....i,,i)iiti.)i.)i.. I.yric Baturday Night Bargain In boys clothing Bros at Sullivan I'anU to fit everybody at 60c up at Sullivan Bros. I'hone 195 White Bros., Cleaners and Pressors. A I I I I IM H ' " ' t B El MEN'S NECKWEAR Our Neckwittr ALL comet from New York direct to in. We receive new lota weekly nnd have all of the new' j '';! M: ' $t ' great allowing 'of new fall at Iolbovltz'a. head-wea- r S. 11, Burrus and wifo from Dawson Springs. are home I H M M thing H. E. CURLIN Home of Quality Tho swelleBt lino of hats nnd caps In town at Lelbovltz'a. Illustrated Songs Motion Pictures Lyric Saturday NIgbt, H te A STRONG LINE OF STREET HATS mSw w disNEW DRESS GOODS Itobt. Dougherty la homo from a visit In San Antonio, Texas. New and cheapest line or China In the city. Hlckmau Hdw. Co. Mr and Mm, II. A. Scates visited Mr and Mrs. B. Barnaul, Sunday. I Some Interesting Literature Being Sent out by The Industrial League. Facts Stranger Than Fiction It ot If' H B H H 'K m Jr' 81 f t p , , y I .3 ii:l hi 1st W in large and small shapes, handsomelv trimmed, are played in our millinery department at prices ranging from $1.50 and up I" I I M Kverythlng that's now In mons trousers can bo found at Lolbovltz's. H. C. Co. Barrett, funeral director mad embalmer, with St. Louis Furnishing JjP " " J) ff "I I iW jL l- - " I lLW m V V iavV' FOR FALL and WINTER A well dressed foot is something every womtin nppreci-ntes- . Nowhere else can you find a better selected stock of all the Intest things in dress fabOur women's shoes mode by rics. Whatever is new you E. P. Reed Co. have a splenare sure to find at our countdid reputation behind them. er. The new bull leather, the rich BROADCLOTHS suedes, handsome tans all SCOTCH MIXTURES are here at SERGES, PANAMAS 3.00, 3.50, 4.00. 4.50 in the leading fashionable Others from 1.50 to 3.00 colorings and weights. Satisfaction Shoes Hegular services Ian Church Sunday. at the Presbyter- Win. 0. Stock- ton, Minister. llll SMITH I & AMBERG T vl ST HICKMAN. DEVICE TO CHECK LIGHTNING W .1.1. k m tiuiiml Saturday . 1 laliiler la on tiio alck lmt I'm. i The Sum and (Hr J. E. HIUIX1KMAN.) An astonishing number of stock are killed each aoason by lightning, and not a few human beings, and In bf--n M Hark', who baa every caao the dead Block Is i alia all summer, l reported found near a wlro fonce. There la i. ii. r no doubt but that a largo portion of this stock and human life could be M I'rovow wont to saved by grounding tho wlroa of tho f.rM ( tho wovk to attend fenco. but as this calls for a largo It will krrp you Informed on limit. i.i uf sired, rather oxpcnslvo wire, or Iron the dolngi '' the community and rod. It Is seldom done. the bargains of tVe merchant Mli'D, of Mengolwood, was lly using an easily constructed detrgulaily n.lvei(Uri will enable k ,.i. .Saturday ami SunJny you to lave ma v time the coal vice any ordinary, smooth fence wire ( IiIn family. -' of the aubairipi n. r.nv h ftrlvon four or flvo feet deep " In tho hardest soil at either dopth "' .inline Tuokor, of Dyontburg. tho wlro Is suro to bo in damp or iu..-homo aflor a week' wot soil at all Bcasona of the year Ui htr nunt. Sir. Hobble Al- Two 1x12 Inch boards, four or Ave shaped as shown In long, A flno boy arrived at tho home of for tho foot right-han- aro figure of the cut. All advertlaeuicnti Intended tho MUST be In not lator than Tho be Hov. nnd Mrs. 11. J. Gelger at noon Courier notches should Sunday. Hov. Stockton Is not tho noon, Wednesday. Our patron will about six Inches In height and ono w nml nifty rtylOii in Btot-ii f Inches deep; In tho top "only pebble ou tho beach." please govern tboniaeUea accordingly. and IxibovlU'. wiwt rushing down t Substance Simple Contrivance, Easily Put Together and liuxpenilve, Will Sava Many Head of Stock. i i I)r J of bcinRa subscriber to this paper is that ycu and your family become nttnehed to it. .The paper becomes a member of the family and its coming each week will be as welcome as the arrival of anyone that's dear. lir 1 J IXm'SALH: 8tock of all kinds on For the past five years a most sensational instance of rural develterms to suit purchaser. L. C. Mad- dox, State Line. 2tc opment has taken place In tho Mississippi Valley, in tho vicinity of Reel-foLake and especially In that portion contiguous to Hickman, Ky. For cleaning and presalng phone So much so that today its agricultural resources are amazing. 19S. We call for and dollver your work. White Broa. The attraction hero for both planter and Investor has been so great What a difference? That's what that both the City of Hickman and tho county In which It Is situated you will say when you buy a pair of have almost doubled In population In flvo years. troust'ra from Loibovltz. Nono of tills has been the result of flaming advertisement. There WANTTKl); Furnished room In prl-at- has been no blast of trumpet nor the rattlo of drum and cymbal to atfamily. Will glvo reference. tract tho attention of the public. MERIT has been tho attraction here, Address "Engineer," this office. 2p merit of Its most wonderfully productive soil, the equal of which Is seldom found and Its superior never, and for this cause its famo has spread Save from ono to two dollars a throughout this continent. thousand on your shingles by buying Aft tho news of its marvelous productiveness spread, the world bedirect from mill. C. M. Yates Shlngl gan to take notice and It found hero on tho banks of the Mississippi, un Co. der Uio finest of climatic conditions, many thousands of acres of as fer Meeting nights of Fulton Lodge, tile soil as the sun shines on still in the wild, eretwik) considered of but No. 83, I. O. 0. F. Thursday Sept. little valuo except for tho timber. Many, realizing tho possibilities, Oct. 12- - 26; Nov. 923; Dec. grasped thu opportunity and In the shor spaco of less than a decade, thousands of acres of theso forest lands are now under tho grind of the Havo you seen Leibovltz's new dis- plow and unheard of yields of cotton, corn, alfalfa, etc., aro being harplay of hats and caps? Kverythlng vested and brought' to Hickman market and converted Into cash. that's new and can bo had One good thing calls for another and now a new railroad is Just at leibovltz's. being completed and Its trains began running Into Hickman May 13th, Miss Minnie Bowen, of near Jor 1911. This now railroad traverses this newiy settled, rich farming secdan, and .Mrs. M. L. Harper, of Wood- tion aud also the finest timber bolt, perhaps, east of tho Mississippi River. land Mills, visited D. M. Harper and Another railroad has now under construction, a belt lino encircling tho of still another railroad from entire City of Hickman and tho family last week. tho West has already been secured to tho bank of the river opposite Mrs. W. II. WInsctt and Misses Hickmau and indications are that a bridge will span the river here In tho Vera and Kdna Hastings, of Fulton, near future. visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Lou Palmer SatHesldcti tho present railroad facilities and the additional facilities urday and Sunday. which the now roads will furnish, let's not forget tho "Fathor of Waters" Tho Daughters of tho Confederacy with all of lta tonnage capacity and 'ho permanent guarantee It gives will meet with Mrs. Jesslo Dillon next to Hickman of as low freight rates as any city In tho union enjoys, and Tuesday afternoon at 3:30. A full that tho river shipping facilities will be greatly augmented by tho great attendance Is desired. shallow water boat lino that will soon bo In operation at Hickman. Contown In this remarkably short spaco Phone 185 and for a trial order of sidering tho wonderful growth of the of 5 yours with but ono railroad, what must all theso developments mean our dusMcss cooking coal. No slack; no big lumps. Prepared especially for for the future growth of HlckmanT kitchen ubo. A. A. Faris. Who would vouchsafe oven a prediction? o H-21. right-of-way TCi v 31 lJh?i u stop-shape- d d Our Mission one-hal- Your Clothes l ' v vv Jy Money VAk Viv Kfh A aWl will ro farther here than any where else. We say this thoughtfully, and not with the carelessness olten used in making such statements. A Llahtnlno Arrester. A. E. Anderson & Co. fFV lJ7 ALL WOOL Tailoring than is not only better fitting handled, but any vc have ever offer is priced so that we can your on you a better proposition else can next suit than anybody or equal you on tailoring make quality. MVLZixs- - im - y WnB special importations to sell at prices that will intcre and look over the line today. Our fabrics are more attrac being tive than ever, everyone . "-- alj WOQl anu HirtHjr rII contcr of each step a small groove Is cut, as shown by tho darts leadThose should bo ing to II of an h ldo and about Inch Inch deep so "'at when tho two piece are fastoned together each step has a hole ;u entire length. Tho tjroovos should bo as smooth and straight as possible, but can bo cut with an ordinary pocaei nnuo u no other tool Is nt hand. Fasten tho lower ends of the boards togother with a small bolt, as shown llguro; hold the top In the together with tho left hand, set the dovlco where wanted nml drop the wire In the top nolo; unvo u uowh to tho wood, lift the dovlce and place the wlro In tho next hole, and so on until the last holo Is reached lu thlrt manner a very small wire may ho driven In thu ground without bending, as only six Inches of samo la Spllco above tho wood at ono tlino. tho ground wlro nnd connect samo to each wlro of tho fenco and you lightning arwill havo a ono-fuurtone-eightleft-han- d first-class rester. Tho wires should bo placed Is a question tho writer places thorn every eight or ton rods. dlstanco apart these ground BRADLEY & PARHAM l'lonty of shows now a days. The rapid growth of Hickman, Ky., In tho past flvo years has P. Spann and Miss Mabel John filled Its prcsont spaco to overflowing. In tho present business district, son, daughter of Mack Johnson, of every nvallnblo lot Is occupied, and owing to lta peculiar contour, no more the upper bottom, wcro mairhd by an simco can be tnken in, beli.g confined by tho river on tho North, Hev. Spurgeon Wlngo, Sunda . In nieiuo bluff on tho South and East nnd tho very low bottom land on section tins assumed a similar aspect, Miss Nnytha Matheny, w o has til.- West. Tho present reJdonce tin re being but fow desirable residence lots unoccupied and those fow visiting relntlves here U'ft Sat- art' vtry much in demand. been urday for Mayfleld ou a visit before Confronted with theso unalterable ci id:tlons, It becamo necessary reluming to her homo nt Wichita ft r the city to find relief for this congesteu situation In order that It Falls, Texas. might OPEN WIDE Its doors and deny 'admission to no ono. For the purpose of supplying manufacturing sites and business and residence loThe Christian Church last Sunday cations for tho coinln multitudes, a most benutlful nnd convenient plot morning decided to call Itev. James of ground iws boon secured, adjoining tho Eastern corporation lino of Vernor, of Henderson, Ky., to hold a Hlckmnii. High and practically lovo and ucccssablo to tho tanning secof tho present sorles of meetings for them, commen- tions with no hills to climb. Within flvo minutesto walk water and eleccity city schools and Carneglo Library and accvssablo cing nbout Nov. 1st. tric light and being Just outside tho city limits, It hns tho benefit of rudelivery. Wo havo ample railroad and bolt lino facilities and H. N. Cowglll went to Nashville ral mall o there to hnndlo tho commerce of n largo city, and all this river front-agfirst of tho week. Mrs. Cowglll, who without bowled indebtedness. has been In an lnflrmnry there for No plnce lu America affords a moro picturesque scenery tlmn this, some time, will probably nccompany THE INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE ADDITION to Hickman, Ky. It Is situated him home In a few days. oluvatlon. overlooking tho Mississippi River, giving a splenon a did vlow of tho river nnd Its mennderJngs for miles up and down, while Christian Church services next Sun- a beautiful landsaipe, dotted hero aim tnero witn smau sKins oi www-landay will be: Sunday School at stretches out In bold view until It meets tho horizon. a in., preaching nt 11 u. in., "Means Lot's remember, too, thnt It Is not nn Isolated prnlrle, but that It of Identification," and 7:30 p. in., Is In tho midst of many handsome homes nlready, soino of them costing "Understanding tho Word." A cor approximately SIO.000.00 and It constitute a largo part of a city which, ... 1. , .. ll n ..ni.ll..llr... . f'.'Ml! n otnt-i- l I .! . f t...- ft nnllHUR dial invitation is extended to all. Willi Its suuuriiH ima uiitriiuj tt ii...i..i.w.i .f I of 1910, and 1a tho only possible direction in which tho city can hope to LJ.ll.ss Ethel Naylor has been appoint extenu its Dorucrs. t .. .... t...l. ...... .ism tn Hiwit wfirt .li.fatrft in Imnrnvft thnlr tirpsollt COU- ed registrar for this city and district. Tho position haa been held by Mlsa dltlon, to choose Hickman as their destination, tho lots In this beautiful being offered for sale at a vory low figure, Mnymo Naylor since tho law wont now part of tho city aro with their actual value, and with such favorable prospects for their Into effect requiring that all births rapid enhancement In value as tho city continues to grow In size and and deaths bo reported to tho regis- commercial Importance. Both residence and business lots are being sold on easy terms, while factory sites are offered FREE to any manufactory trar. I that will occupy them. T. E. Chandler and Miss Zula Ky., has easily tho most promising future of any town Scifre, of Lowisport, Ky., wero mar- i lu Its Hickman, the South and peunies Invested In Hickman real estate class In ried Tuesdny by Itev. Spurgeon Wln- now will mean dollars to tiio investor in a iow suon . go. The groom has been employed Such nn opportunity as this Is very rare. nt tho postorrico until recently, and Wo welcome ono and all to' cove and share In theso great tho brldo has been visiting In Hickman for some tlmo. 10. 75-fo9:-lu- ........., V com-pare- d ! w HOQWALLOW DOINGS. KENTUCKY STATE NOTES. Items Gathered From Over The State. Assignees or trustees for banks havo failed In Kentucky enn not legally bring suit to force the stockholders to pay twice the amount of their stock under Section 547 of tho Kentucky statutes, wlfich provides for u double liability for tho bencilt of the depositors. The creditors of the bank may and must suo to enforce this section of the statutes. The Court of Appeals construed the Btatuto confirming tho Judgment of the Ballard Circuit Court In tho case of tho Farmers' bank, of WicklllTe. against G. P. Scott. Scott was a stockholder to the extent of $2,000, and claimed that the assignee of the bank which failed could not force him to pay twice the nmount of the stock. Chief Justice Hobson delivered the opinion for the court. Which Miss Fuzlu Allsop will untertulu a few choice friends Wednesday even lug In honor of tho new moon. It Is rumored that ICIIIck Hellwan Is preparing to ejopo with tin If sin h Jallor'H daughter at Tiikvlllo. dot's happen It will be n rouiunii. culmination of a happy courtship which started whon she began pla Ing on the organ while lilllck was m ger V Jail. ''- - The arithmetic class nt the Onion school house has boon lion. hung up this week on an x ample. The problem has lo do w. u the age of Miss Hosteller Hocks I, like Mnthewsla Is preparing to lily for a immisIou on account of 7 Recruits Wanted. That tho United States government Is making every preparation for rendl-neIn case of war Is shown by recent communications from tho secretary of war to the adjutant general of Kentucky nnd It Is though by those In the military department of tho state that there may be something back of tho orders. The secretary of war recently Instructed the adjutant general to get the companies of tho Kentucky national guard recruited up to the fall quota and also Issued an order regarding war recruiting. This order provided that In caso tho Kentucky militia was ordored Into ncUve scrvlco one officer of each company should b left behind. This officer Is to bo known as a war recruiting officer and his duty Is to take enlistments. It was said nt tho office of tho adjutant goneral that tho national government Is getting things In shape so that much of the red tape now necessary In the mobilization of troops can bo dispensed with In caso of war. s having been budly frightened dun the civil war. I'rof new ttttlrt. n hotter pair of wiiU r I some new shoes ami on this acnen he U expecting the trustees to In ik Sp Hpraillcu bus dome d i MVl OjjrtU II in some corresponding the school house. hktHwr A improvements Mill young ipen in business; college and high-schomen; young fellows generally, who want and appreciate the best things in clothes ; you're all invited to see what we have here for you to wear in ol Cricket ternoou nt lug down dog he I cow for. Hicks spent Saturday a the Hog Font church in of a rni.i. tho Mdlgr-about to swap his km e Ilnx Harlow has blossomed out a new hat nnd celluloid collar Is getting hlniM-l- f to look Just nix right in order to make u lasting on u girl with it farm in ' Calf ltll community. If IUir.ik stlrrrlng about too much we will hi to enlarge our society column. stove, pipes will be Found Not Guilty. Augustus Arnett, Joo D. Arnett and Sam E. I'atton, all of Jackson, Ilreath-It- t county. Indicted for using tho malls for fraudulent purposes In purchasing goods from wholesale- houses of Cincinnati, Buffalo aud other places, were acquitted In tho federal court. Gov. Wlllson Returns. Hart Schaffner all-wool, & Marx The postmaster says' that no me sent through ixutoffice as mall matter. Got. Wlllson has returned from New Jersey, where ho attended the conference of governors. State Recovers Penalty. At Now Castle, tho commonwealth recovered a $500 verdict against tho American Tobacco Co. in 'the Henry County circuit court, tho allegation being that the tobacco company did business In Henry county In violation raw. ef the anti-trus- t Judge V. II. Holt, of Louisville, sat as special Judge In tho case. THE WONDER Breckenrtdge. BERRY. suits and overcoats. The styles are very smart ; you'll find nothing to match and the tailoring perfect; a them for excellence. The fabrics are We can fit anybody correctly; guarantee of good service and shape-keepinand the prices are easy. g. Hllm I'lckeus Is considering an ' fer of a lucrative, position nt Ti ville The Job will cuiislst of r lug the bell at the Methodist clnr every third Sunday. Suits $20 and up Overcoats $18.50 and up Miss Frtule AlUop's new list en a .i Poke Kaslnj's iiiuUi to run Tuesday ctenlng. Tne mule ran some distance, when It reached forks of the road and then, being u dorlded as to wnlch way to go, ped nnd turned back. 1 For other men who do not care to pay quite so much for a suit we show a very strong line, at prices ranging from 8.50 to 18.00; not Hart Schaffner & Marx suits, but the very strongest values you ever saw for the prices asked. Come in while the showing is fresh. Tho deacon of the Hog Hill chur navo appoints) Kltluk llcllwangirs. Yam Sims a committee to go up clt to the hornet's nest at the chit. and ascertain how long It will be fore senloc can again be rsuni there j i ' Jelly and preserves. As they have no Allen and Hammond to Embark llstlnct flavor a grated nutmeg or In Furniture Quslntsi. pemon peel adds to thelr",flavor. One piani or tne wonaer berry often pro- V. H .Allen and K. A. Hammond nces a gallon of fruit, which grows In a cluster of a deep violet hue, about will open a second hand furniture the size of grapes. store about the first of next month. They wilt be located in tho building SKULL FRACTURED. formerly occupies! by Smith's machine Paris. Miss Margaret Merrlnger shop, on the levee road south of tho was probably fatally Injured In an ac- coal elevator. cident near Cllntonvllle. She and her Mr. Allen has been connected with younger sister were driving when tho Co. for several years. pin of the buggy broke. Miss St. Umls Fur. kin? His experience In this line lends him Marrlnger became frightened and tried to Jump from the vohlcle. Her foot to believe there is a demand for a caught In the reins, and she fell out second hand store in Hickman. Tho on her head. She was picked ap un- new firm will not only handle furniconscious, and it was found her skull ture, bnt stoves aud other articles. was factured. The young woman was Holli men behind this project aro husrushed to the hospital In Lexington, tlers and if there Is anything to this and the last reports of her condition proposition, Uioy will make It a SUC wero to the effect that she was unconscious, with little chance left for her CESS. recovery. Full particular wl 11 be given In their announcement which will ap TURKEYS PLENTIFUL. pear In these columns nxt week. Bharpsburg. The turkey crop Is reported a good one this year, but ducks are scarce. The supply of grasshoppers, so essential to the welfare of tho "gobblers," has not been found wanting, and conditions point to plenty of Thanksgiving turkeys. MINISTER RO'BBED. I a new berry that Is making Its appearance, and Is a prolific producer. Soed are sowed in boxes In tho spring and are cultivated same as the tomatoes. They are the poor man's berry, as they can be cultivated by any renter who makes a garden. The fruit lpens after frost, and Is used for pies, WILL OPEN 8TORE. The wonder berry Is SMITH & AMBERG I A stranger rauio 'Into Hogwalloa this week Ho Is our t r tory for a patent stou eye, and o Fletcher Huustep half of thu UnlUJ States for three dollars. f& HERE flMb THERE For a neat Job of undertaking Hlckmau Furniture Co. FOIt SALIC: Small upwrlght boiler with fittings complete Just tho thing to cook stock feed. White iOWAIN'8 8HOE HERE. Good Crowds attend Canvass Theatre. Popular A swarm of yellow Jackets pu sued the Deputy Constable for n ci stdcrahle distance yesterday, and I wen not drHen bark until he In turned and fired srral shots at th from behind n stump. 1 Sunday night in tlir- - spenlul oars, nnd pitched Ihulr big tout down nt A largo stock barn on the farm of & St. I.." railroad "V." J. II. HiLiscll came up from oMm-phl- Tom I'illow near Hcelorton was des-- . tho N. C. Their oimulug performance was givMonday, to spend a few days. trood by fire last week. Ums par- en Monday night, with ItioO people In tially covered by Insurance. G. W. Morrow left Monday for attendance, nnd thy have been given upwards of this number every night. to visit old friends and attend Gov. Judson Harmon will bo the The show Is fnr aboe tln average, the fair. big Demoprincipal at tho and Is giving excellent satisfaction lo Miss Florence Harding has ac- cratic bnrbecuo nt Frankfort on O.'l. tho show-goinpublic. presidential poscepted a position as saleslady In lllh. Harmon Is n Tho Hwnln show widely played a sibility. Nat fen Ilroi. store. week's engagement hero Inst year, r the same management. Is n different aggregation. Mr. Swnln himself traveling with this wing of the show. He curries with him 42 people and a good band. Tonight they play the "Cowboy nnd Squaw." Friday night, "Dora Thorny;" Saturday afternoon matinee program "Foxy Grandpa," closing Sat THE WONDERFUL urdny night with "Jesse James." Hwnln's shows aro easily the most populur tent attraction that over struck Hickman, and they will be wel comed back again noxt season. h siK-nkig un-do- W. 11. Kverelt spent Sunday nt IlroH. Ik'ssle, Tenn. Tim W. I. Swain nhow arrived hern The mall carrier did not makr usual trip lo Tlckvlll.) and return tl week. IUi started on regular Kjtolflci M from the Hogwullow day mornlngi but before progress" far lie had the misfortune to black cat crossed the road lit front him. ' on the blind man. A blind man lit Ing near Hniiiiiln Hlllows has been almost purMiiaded ' Join the Hxfelslor Fiddling IUi. I This will Ih a great luiiroveuieiit ' the band, hut It will he an awful sin Sidney Hocks dreamed last nigh that he was klckt-by u mule. T' horse doctor was called this inornin but could find no Umes bniken Miss llosyola Moseley handed In n society Item this week to the off i that Him had been thu dimming ani attractive guest at the home of th Hulls girls near Thunduratloti. Tobo Masoley haa filed a claim and taken possession of two porsHu innn treea near Hog Ford. Greenville. While en route to this piece to attend tho Methodist confer ence from his home In Georgia, Dr. J. D. Hammond was robbed of 1150. As be was standing In the street car transfer waiting for his car two men earns in on another oar and Jostled klra, almost knocking him from bla feet In tho skiffle which ensued Dr. Hammond feUihlmsolf seized In tho region of hlHfJpoclfot nnd whon thoy bad boarded another car ho found that his money was gone. FOIOTY ACRE FAJIM: We havo Dice little 40 acre piaco that can INSURED WITH KENNEDY. SECURITY MAN Will be at Our Store AT In an Interview In New York Gov. Gus Wilson of Kentucky wu asked about Ollle James nnd ho replied: -Oh, Olllo James. Well, all that I know about Ollle James Is that he-Isix feet our Inches tall, and can any steamboat on the Ohio rivor. I would pull bnlr with him, but he's got nono. s out-holl- er Saturday, Oct. 7 th 2:00 FREE BALTZER P. M. fskQi I Jeff l'otlockn Is packing up nnd or ranging to move, over on to the w side of Musket Illdge, whero he can sleep longer ever)- - morning on in count of thu sun rising later. Atlas Feck spent a few days of thla week in the Cnlf Illbs section and upon his return, was nccompanl- I by a brlndle cow. The senson for yarn sox nnd tor sum molnsBOH Ih In tbn'iienr distance The pumpkin Is also about ready lo roll out Into tho corn row ami hump Itfl yellow back to catch tho carh morning frost. Keulucklau. Gov. McCrenry will speak nt Clin ton next Monday. DIDNT. Hear him WHISTLE and get one IlecauHu of u falluro to awake him In time for a train. I'rof. J. V. Sny bought right If taken at once, miles from Hickman; 24 acres house; la cultivation; new mile to church b4 garden; feata fcol house; on telephone lino; mm baa X. F. Delivery; publlo road fron- ttge ei 14 mile; 2 good locust groves, of apollatlon. at til eOlce. te. J 1-- 2 ' a When the farmers or Kentucky settlo with the Sheriff, they will gin to realize what n Itepubllcau ministration can do for them when It tries. Tho raise of $61,000,000 in the assessed value of farm lands won the work of Governor Wllson'a Board of Equalization, and Judge 0'ltear has no word of condemnation for this act bo-bAd-Fiv- e & DODDS D. G. GO. I e Incorporated der, principal of the Marlon school, has brought suit for $2,000 damages against K. T. Ilarrell, hotel keeper nl Dawson Springs. Ho vynH delayed fourteen hours, thereby falling to reach tho bedside-- of his dying mother, who passed away before tho sou reached home In Whitley county. LOST: Sunday night, a ladlos Return to this office. par-aso- Alr J W. J. Hicks, who has had chargi of the rural telophono exchange at Your stato, county and school tax Crutchfleld for two years, has n Is now duo and payable Goaldor ! nlgned tho position. Mrs, Althoa Johnson, Sheriff. Hamlin succeeds him. 1c l. j ,:rfai -- - y"V"Si imif!-- - SPEAKER CHAMP CLARK. Points out tho Road to Democratic Success. FOR DRINKS I Few Words to the Wearer Regarding the Excellence of NETTLETON Shoes A I T MAKES a great difference to every wearer whether a non-opposi- his shoes have been cut and made for QUALITY sake or just to sell at popular price. In Nettleton Shoes the finest leather-producin- g countries of the world are drawn upon for the material that go into the vamps and tops. In Nettleton Shoes leather, which has been laid away in genuine, k for one hundred eighty days, to enable the fibre to knit compactly together. old-fashion- the soles are cut from oak-tanne- d oak-bar- In Nettleton Shoes the labor is performed by men of high intelligence, selected because of their unusual skill in fine shoe construction; and welded into an organization which thirty-fou- r years of experience have brought up to a point of greatest effiency. In Nettleton Shoes quality is emphasized, from the wax on. the thread to the completed results; which must of necessity bear a price in proportion to" the excellence of material used, and the skill and time involved in their making. The Purchaser he can make, if he will figure his footwear bill by the year, instead of by the cost per pair; and the results will prove so gratifying that shoes of less quality will have no atlviction. best-payin- will find Nettleton Shoes the g shoe-investme- nt Gool and Refreshing The Republicans in tho campaign of 1908 promised to rovlso the tariff downward. They failed to keep their --GOTOpromise, and at tho noxt election wer condemmed by millions of voters, wbai Cowgill's Drug Store felt that they had boon betrayed. The Democrats were given a largo majority In the House and numerous seats In the Senate because the masses where you will find everythey could look to that party thing usually served at a for relief. They have carried out first-claSoda Fountain. their pledges to the letter. They passed the Canadian reciprocity agreement; they passed tho wool bill, and the cotton bill, and tho "Farmers' Miss some of the sweet things Free List " They cut off useless of in life, bnt don't miss the pleasficer, cut down expenses and lnstl ures of a box of tuted a policy of strict economy. Thtj changed tho rules and restored the house to Its ancient status as a deliberative body. Their course In Congress has Inspired confidence, and as Speaker Champ Clark exclaimed in his stirring speech In bis old Kentucky home; For sale at "Triumphant Democracy Is now the resounding theme of every tongue! Cowgill's Drug Store After seventeen years of wandering In the w II denies we this day stand upon Mount Victory nnd look Into the Promised Land which we will enter and possess In 1912." ST. LOUIS GETTING BUSY. Mr. Clark only states a fact apparAt Last Taking Hold Mies. ent to every observer when he says Valley Transportation Co. that Democrats everywhere aro cheerful, united and aggressive, while ReAfter dallying along for more than publicans are hopeless and despond-n- f a year, St. Louis business men are split Into bitter factions, "fighting each other like cats of Kilken- waking up to the importance of getny." This change has been wrought ting the Mississippi Valley Transby the frank consistent policy of the portation Co. In operation. Sunday's h says; Democrats, who havo endeavored In "Tho Executive Committee of tho all sincerity to carry out their promises to tho people. In this lies tholr Business Men's Leaguo and the board, strength, and their hope of success of directors of tho Real Estate ExIn the future, as Speaker Clark de- change adopted reports Friday of the clares, lies In carrying out the pro- special committees of the two bogram of tariff and reform legislation dies appointed to look Into the Misthey have marked out. A Republican sissippi river bargo lino project known President may veto every bill they as the Kavanaugh line. Both compass( but each veto will add to the mittees recommended the raising of conviction that the people havo noth- funds for the enterprise and enlarged ing to hope for from the Republicans committees will attempt to ralso $100, and must look to tho Democratic 000 to $150,000 to finance the project. party for relief. Baltimore Sun. It Is Intended, with this amount of capital, to buy another towboat and two more barges, making two boats Italy and Turkey are now Involved and three barges, and with these In war, the former having officially maintain a regular service between declared war on tho latter last FriSt. Louis and New Orlseans, with a day afternoon at 2:30. It Is tho resteamer leaving each port every IS sult of an old contention of a hun- days. dred years standing relative to tho Ellas Michael, acting president of control of Tripoli, a section of country which has been In dispute for so tho Business Men's League, appointed long. Tho dally press carries flam- an active finance Committee coming headlines telling of various and posed of Murray Carleton, A. L. sundry battles. Thus far, Italy has Shapleigb, W. K. Blxby, D. R. Fran cis, E. A. Faust, James E. Smith, j forceably taken possession of Tripoli, with slight engagements( but trouble Jackson Johnson, W. K. Kinsella, will start In earnest when the Turks Forrest Ferguson and Clarence M. get on the ground. ss "Hcujler's Candy Post-Dispatc- "1 41 ' J ISOLD BY H. E. CURLINHouse of Quality The first of good roads special train to be operated this fall and winter over leading railway systems by the federal office of public roads will leavo Nashville, Tenn., October 9 for a month's tour of the lines of the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Kentucky, railroad In Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama. The special trains are to disseminate good roads instruction to communities and farmers. We are unable to learn it they will visit Hickman. Mr. Poff Hawkins has opened up ail engineering office Jn Hickman and is prepared to make all kinds of surveys such as drainage ditches, subdivisions, land surveys, etc. Maps, estimates and reports furnished. See him before you Improve. It pays. Office over Metheny Bros. Grocery store 2tp P. O. box 80. Hickman Baptist church, Sunday, October 8th. Sunday School at 10 o'clock. Preaching at 11, a. m. Evening services at 7:30 o'clock. We extend you a cordial Invitation to worship with us. Wo desire to thank our friends of other denominations during for their helpful our protracted meeting September 17 to September 24. Spurgeun WIngo, pastor. S Sam Wlx, the 14 year old son of John Wlx, a resident of Fulton, has left his home In this city and all efforts to ascertain his whereabouts havo proved futile. The parents of the young man were unaware of any Intention on the young man's part and the mother Is almost frantic with grief over his absence. rs. Emma Stephens returned Thursday night from a six weeks vis-- It with her nelce, Mrs. R. E. Garth, Mrs. Sam Salmon and little daugh- In the mountains near Huntsvillo, ter, Claudia C, have returned ftom Ala. a visit to her parents at Calhoun, Ky Famous FINANCE ELECTRIC R. R. Indianapolis Capitalists Behind Traction Proposition. Silverware Cue should Lcextfcued IflU President II. V. C. Rhodes and Vice-Preside- nt Ntl (rSi) V8K i foiLi. irvMM arwl lirvv immiia Vitt Fll In aA llil Vy ihe 1 4mou trade mask L TiJnr 1817 DAr.rDc DIVUj.Timt nuuuu DDrtf tt m wl I W kith mnptthtn ik. a. tln Ro(,n iilmpl4 witt. Foe ottr M nr "IB47 ROGERS BROS." lllut bit brtn m In ike ktirt o( iht boiiMkercr b ckjm of lit wmlojqujIliT. oikouoiblp ID 4 drtlta. SoU b, ItlJInt tftlltll FVtfTbl. kail Inm . lo(1M"OL"ltwlllf 111 D1IUIU. MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO. (loltmiilooil Slim Co., SucCflMX.) w Hi MCJMa.CSWL II. Whoaton, of tho Kentucky Southwestern Rallwayt Power and Light Company, which has n an Interurbon lino from to Pnducah to Union City, Ten. , and to Hickman, Ky., havo returned from Indianapolis, Ind.whcro thoj held coufcrenco with American Tnu don uud Power Company rola-tlv- o to financing tho local project. The mot with satisfactory success and wilt begin soliciting funds for tho prc-11nry survey. As soon as II. C. CalLoun, tho onglneor, makes his report tho Indlnnnpolls company will make known Its answer. Tho India-nap- e lis company agreed to finance tho survey and provided tho survey and commercial report of MaJ. Calhoun shows a satisfactory earning power. The local company also must eocuro contracts togothor with eat for tho. right-of-wapro-Jectr- d Hen-(loriurccon-nolcsiiuc- o It) factory franchises grants of depot FLY LIKE A BIRD. and terminal sites. In this event the Indianapolis Company agreed to enTho "soaring wing motion," long ter Into a contract to take over the the dream of aviators, has at last been Kentucky Southwestern capital stock discovered In the opinion of Wilbur und produce the funds for construc- and Orvlllo Wright. They will contion and equipment. duct In the next few days a series of The route Is required to show a C experiment with a new typo of airper cent, earning power, and It Is sa ship. Tho WrlgtiU believe that with that MaJ. Calhoun Is of the opinion j this now airship they can fly 'lth that It will show 1G per cent, earn- the free soaring motion of a bird's ing power." wings, doing away entirely with Jie When these gentlemen come to present propeller system. The now Hickman, wo should show our Interest machine, tho Wrights firmly believe, In this matter. An electric railway will 'Imitate the gull and the buzzard would mean more to us than wo mlsh Thcso birds fly with little or no mothink, unless wo have given It serious tion of tlielr wings. They rise to tremendous heights and fly nt grit consideration. speed for hours with little apparent effort. Tho chief advantage of "soarKicked by a Mad Horse. ing wing motion" Is that It will enSamuel Dlrch, of Beotown, Wis., had able aviators to fly with very Httlo a most narrow escape frbm losing power or expense. his leg, as no doctor could heal tho frightful sore that developed, but at last Bucklen's Arnica Salvo cured It completely. Its tho greatest healer of I will receive another shipment of ulcers, burns, bolls, eczomn, scalds, that fine cooking coal this week. bruises and cuts, corns piles on earth. Try It 25c at Helm Better got your order In now If you want It. A. A. Farts. & Ellison. old-sor- first ever opened & A school for millers, said to bo the In the Unltd States, There's some clasa to Bettereworth has been established and will begin Prather's 25c Granger coffee. Have its sessions at the Pennsylvania state college. you tried ItT STRECKFUS STEAMBOAT LINE i I ' . si Hk"' ' Jt r s-- w "ki ' St. Louis Side-Whe12-2- New Orleans Service Passenger Steamer Qulucy leaves St. Louis Sept. An elegant 28, Oct. Faro one way $15.00. One nay, Including Meals and Berth $30.00. Round trip $55.00. A BEAUTIFUL 12 DAY TRIP Via this line you can reach Southern winter resorts. Our service to bo compared with first class hotels. Accommodations for 300 first class passengers. For further Information apply to General Office, St. Louis, Mo. mu immt Hi- - Aw MifcfcsgfcMfchirttEi .it "im I 2 The Courier's Weekly Sermon ; ; & t- - - ll ?j J'AHTOK lU'hSKLI. T U Artistic Plumbing is Ky. Lump Coal paaxa jl v jisraja x LOOKOUT Cold weather is coming unci if you wnnt the best results get your stock shod nnd their feet will grow out nnd keep the cold mud from mnking sore nnd tender feet. IR,. G-- If you ONE CHURCH ONLY. ARE OTHERS FALSE? "Church of the Flritborna" Pattof Ruaiell Points Out the True Church Respecting Others Tht and Al Bible Testimony on the 8ubjtct Christians of All Creeds Assent. 4.50 Let mc save you money on your coal. Ir t, dont know nbout us having the best shop come nnd see. When you nre sick you wnnt the best doctor, when your horse need a shoes! why not get the bcal iiinn to put them on. j It Costs No More not so expensive ns you imagine. You STEVE PHONES STAHR BOTH ntid UN poflee. founded wa n calh e- - that h to nay, it general or oil. iiutwrxiil Church, unci not n Church of Home, a Church of Ihicland. n Church of .swolen. it Church or (ierniniiy. nor n ;reek Church, hut n universal Chureh- -n rntliollc or Renernl Church. Protestiuitrt In Kdiernl recoKiiIre this iiml heme In their confessions generally claim to Ih "Tho Holy Catholic universal) Church." The fuet. Iiowever. le, Uiat nono of theso t liunlieH (Iloinan, CiikIIsIi, Hap-lisrrfdijtorlfin. etc.! N catholic or geuenil Ihhiiiho none of then) Includes all of Cod's Mopte. To admit that nny one of these religious liodle Is the catholic or general Church of Clirist Mould Ih to ntluilt that It In cllldis all Iktooiis reeognlti-i- l li.v Uie Lord ns Mm: inemNTX of Ills Chun-We (iimiol. therefore, admit tlisl the teliu uithollr iH'lougM to any of lhoe deiiiunlmitlous. net even Uie Itonmil Ciithotle The cnllatlle Chunh of Christ the one whieli he hides nil ulio lire trill) Ills Is not n human orgmii mtlon. himI I trt role or rxtra Is not alone apply the kept ou oo rib. To Cliureli of the Apostle's words-"T- he First Ixirns. whose immew are written tn heaven.' "Household of Faith" This fxnilly of 1,'isl. bew'tteu or the liolj Spirit, a ro one ufh I litis In Spirit. In purioe. In liiiiHitlon Tliey lune the "I'n I th uuee ihslvensl unto the hiiIiiIs" fiilth In Uie I'nther. fsltb In the l'id Jesus hh Ills Sou. man's Itishs-mer- : fHllh In the Holy Spirit of Is'getttliK. r.ittla III thv eXeslliK gTiHt of glorious mid itisIihs proiul-- s things to tniie, hiii they have the one luiiltn lulo the lto.lv of Christ, will h - 'he Church !' ine of them mid limy hate ohejed lu.iy an the iriMr srinbol of this one lin4lsiu, while . i hers limy not Hut nit these r mid ull par nire the true Into Christ's tlilitel Ihereln-biiptl1 1 j imagine. You will be pleasantly surprised to learn how reasonable are our charges for converting your old, dingy bath room into a handsome and artistic lavatory. Stop in and talk it over. The better the bath room the better the health. fsHiiM misVit Brooklyn, N. V. Oct itus-nll'- n I. - The Best When you hnve n piece of work thnt no one else enn do bring if to R. L. Grny's shop nnd you will find n mnn, L. A. WOLVERTON of Nnshville, thnt enn do it for you. I'nHtoi (I I 8 j. In Town If you TaW AH course nt t lie Brooklyn Acndo uijr of Music to day wait licnrd by n crowded house, nre looking for ROBERT COLLIER the old reliable black- - r smith, come to the up-- f shop nnd you will see the best shoes nnd nails that have ever been kept in Hickman to-dn- tc lln had Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. x- m Both Phonos Mo. 73 A. M. Attorney-at-La- TYLER w ttf2fcSUNEI MET K MAY and Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. ljm) llvu Office with Judge B. T. Davis Wa mijr live wlfhout love what la paa- Ion but plnlncT But where la the man that can live without dicing? Owen Meredith. what gTlavtnicT W may live without hop but deceiving! without bouka but la knowledge what la hop KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. Ohugow, September Alorgantown, September Murray, October Liberty. August Mayleld, September Horse Cave, September Kentucky State Fair, Sept. Paducah October 27-2- 0. 11-123-227-320-23-21-2- 11 Business Directory -- ASK FOR RATES- - t- - PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Service: Every Sunday a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday. 11 W. Dfflce J. McMURRY Attorny-atLa- la LuClede Building ou corner. Hlckmnn, Ky. OR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD Dentltt ivkluon'a old Uud. Phone No. Hickman, Ky. HICKMAN Funeral FURNITURE O. Directors and Embalmera. Phone 20 day or night. Hickman, Ky. THE ELECTRIC STUDIO Everything In Photography Style, Quality and Price night Next to Price Houae W. F. MONTGOMERY Soup Qarnlihea, Tho garnishing of aoupa make them more attractlvo and also mora nutritious. Hero aro a fow of the many garnishes: Cheese IlnJla. TakB half a mm of flour, half a cup of milk, a tablespoon-fu- l each of butter and cheese, a pinch of salt and a dash at cayenne. Mix In a doublo boiler, cook nntil smooth, add ono beaton egg and remove as soon as the egg Is cooked. Cool, and when cool enough make Into balls ttr size of htckoryntfts. Drop Into th tolling' soup and cook a minute; serr Immediately. Almond Dalls. Pound dozen blanched almomla tiOa flnnowi1ir. beat two eggs until light, season with sail ana pepper, aaa mo aimona meai. a half tti&Hpoonful of chappod parlley and a capful of flour sifted with a toaapoonful of bakingpowder. Roll Into small balls and drop Into ho billing soup flvo minutes before serving. Marrow Ballsv-Ta-ke a piece of marrow the size of an egg; rdlx with on cupful of crumbs moistened with cold water and two unbeaten eggs to bind. Shape !h (small balls, drop Into the boiling soup and cook gently before serving. German Soup Balls. Roll crackers until flnov mix with butter and make) Into firm balls the 'Slro of a marble. Drop Into tho soup Just before sorv lng. Egg Dumplings. Beat two eggs, add a cup of milk, a pinch of salt and ttaough flour to mako a smooth, thick batter; stir until free from lumps and drop by spoonfuls fnto fte boUtac soup. Egg Custard. Beat three egga And add half a cup of soup stock. Butter a small pttn and pour m tho mixture. Set Into a pnn of hot water ami put into (he ovtra to cook untfl Arm. When Cold cift fn squares or any fancy shape and serve In (ho soup. Adding the custard Just before serving. V -threo-fourths- closest attention to his discussion of (he (jucstlou 'Which Is the True Church?" Tim vrtMt audi rnce nppenrwl sntlsfl.Hl that tho true Cburci hud tieen proiicrly located. The niidlciuv. so far ns could lie nsccrtnln ed whs coniHtstsl of ks plo of ull dciionilmitlous. Undoubted-lthe iK'slon has been onu claim vital one for centuries. hail mi nnswor Ikvii dial kIx-i- i n:itlhfii(1ory to Christ Litis of ull denominations. Ills text was. "The boms, wliosonaniw Oliiirrh of the xll, niv written In heaven Nfunerolis Sorlpttitvs were cltetl In proof of the Hater'A coutentloti Unit the (.on! Jesus ohiI the Apostles never orKnnlztsI any hut the one Church, nnd the histories of the various denominations were referred to ns provide that nearly nil present day Christian denomn thousand inations were yeaw np mid hence none of theso denominations could haie lufn the one referrwl to by the Apostlo n the "Church of the I.hlnc Cml." I Timothy III. ir. I'or n time, paid the eiker, each of the various denominations In turn npilnst otiier tencliinpi and claimed to lit the one Church of Christ which had hen for centuries lost slcht of At o.ie tline lhes various denominations fjiucht each other, jtcTsecuted each oilier even unto death, each claiming Unit the other was n false Church nnd that Itself was the true one. More re- enllv. however, the Christian mind until now his liroideneil nnd we "s that (ioi nan sniutiy IMsiple In nil denominations. The Ono Catholic Church Pastor Ilussell freely ndmltted that the Itiiiuau Catholic Church could prow her existence loliK centurlen her sister mid daughter organlza-I- . us. Inn he disputed, nevertheless, thnt the C'hun'li of I tome could prove ht-- r Identity with the AhmIoIIc Clinrch or the ilrst century. Uu tho contniry, inuny of the (cachings or the Church of Itouie dirfer Ridlcnlly froni those of the Church of Jerusalem, represented h the AMistles lid their New Testament writings. And ns for the cere-ii- i iilnlx. usages, customs, etc.. no one nt nil riitntllar with the two could sup Mse hem to have even n close relationship The only conclusion we reach consistent with the nliove factH Is this: Tint I lie orlL'Inal Church which Jesus trtith-huuKreli. '. The Everything You Want Grocery Snow Flake Flour. Best Meats in the city, fresh nnd tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guarantccd.to plcnsc. Fresh Vegetables of nil kinds. Full line of Hcinz's, 57 varieties. pro-ti-sti- ". Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. li!ttii ,'t. life HI - oui ilea Ih ih-arl- v If ue o nieinheilil ItiiumilK vl, let e. In rive to ntluln Chun-- tes are. (- the true Tint (II Faith -') MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74: to Um Invitation to re CI) The eurrytUK out of that nacrl flee day by day, faithfully, unto death. (II A sluir In Uie resurrection "change" to lory. honor. Immortality. l.ot us. then, lay aside every weight nnd ever' IwetlliiK sin nnd run with patience this rare ami cecnre our full membership In tho Church beyond tint HICKMAN MARBLE KST.MII vU. HELP THE KIDNEY8 Hickman Readers Injj the Way. 11 ISlr- - IS.V. TOM DILLON. Sr Prop. NiireMMir to II. (1. ItaiuuiKKv. W0RKS ilrrravtll ara Learn' aflaaaV JaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBmaaBBaB tlio llttlo klilny Ilia Tho lame, Htiak or nclilng back Marble and Granite Monuments CURMNG. STONK WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky It's WOMAN ESCAPES OPERATION WasCured byLydiaE. Pink-ham- Thu unnoticed urinary illHonlers-Tlia- t leads to dropsy and liriKht'B disease. When tho kliluoys are Hick. Help them with Douu'h Kidney I'lIU A remedy oMpuuIally for sick kid noyn. Doan'H havo boon curliiK kidney troulileM fur 7f yuurn. Kndorricd by 80,000 people cudorx-at homo. d Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, It. M. IHI.KIt It. T. HAVIH l'roof in a Hickman citizen's mate-ineiit- . KENTUCKY 's 7LUCU-72U- U-. Vegetable Compound Ehvorxl, IiuL "Yotir remedies havo cured mo ntid I liavu only tuken six bottles of I.ytlla E. Piiiklimn's Vt'Ketn- was sick threo months nnd could 'd not walk. I all tho time. Tho doctors said I could not get well snf-fe'i- Undertaker Uearae and drivers furnlahud ou abort notice. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Loet, Proprietor. We want to nsk n favor of tho citizens of Hickman and Fulton county In asHlstliiK us to make the Courier better and newsier: If you have a visitor from a distance, If souio of your family have gone on a visit, if you know of aotno one who Is iiulto alck, If you know of a wedding, if you know of a death, If you know of a birth, If you know or an accident, or If you know of anything In Uie way of news that would bo of lnterea to the public, we kindly nsk you to please telephone It to us and give all Uie facts In connection with It that you know; and If you live In tho country uuiThave no telophoue con nection, please drop up a postal card or a letter giving the facta In connection with any Item of nows. By doing this you will greatly assist us in giving our readers nil the news happenings of tho county. Wo want AIX, TUB NEWS. -- Dio compound, l dairy la The only Fulton County. without an om.t.i-Hot- Rough Lumber for Soe... Dimension Stuff cut to order on Short Notice. X -2 Mill located on Dresden Road miles east of Hickman. 2 If you are in need of anything .11 m wis une, see The Misses Burrow, piano and vioIf you liuvo tlioHlitflitcst doubt lin, and Miss Soulee, vocalist, at the that liVdia li. lMiiUliaiu'H VeKc-tnlt- lo Coiiiiioiiiul will help you, Lyric, Tuesday, October 10, 1011. Alwrlto Sirs. IMiiklium nt Otsr Ofacr eotfee, at 26c, so moving pictures in connection with JUn.ss., tofor ntlvlt'o. Your Lyiin, loticr I Um talk t tbe torn. Better will bo absolutely coulldcntlal, late at S6c oifees. Pboaa 38.) the entertainment. Admission 25 and nnd tlio advlcu l'rcc ' S5o. Lyric Tueadny Oct. 10, fftfcir. Dr. J. M. HUBBARD pains in my sides. l my riht down my my niii' health." 1 I.- - r iIjI t ocean to feel better uheu 1 had taken only For salo by ull dealers. I'rlco COc. one bottle of ( oiiipuiiiid, but kept ou Koster-MllburCo., Iluffnlo, N. Y., jh I v. .is.ifr.ild lost.)) too soon." Mrs. solo agents for tho United States. H vim: Mi M.L.N, 27i N. II. St., Hemember tho name Doan's and linl. Why will women tako chances with tako no other. u ojK'ratioii or drau; out a sickly lialNiearled existence, missing three. I .iirllm of tho joy of living, when they Who Is your clothes doctor? No i in nun ncaiiii in i.yiua u. I'liiKiiain a belter placo than White Dros. Wo Vcjfetulilt) CouijMniud ? For thirty years it lias Imr-tho know our business, do our work well standard remedy for female Ills, and and guarantoo saUafactlon. What mor has cured thousands of women who havo been troubled with such ail- do you want. ments ns displacements, iiillammatiou, I'bnne 38 for Krocorlea. ulceration, Abroid tumors, irregularities, jteriodlu pains, backache, Indigestion, and nervous prostration. iKt-ial- Vtmi ' hardly stand for I rould i. tho ai' J. It. Woathorly, Third &. Ivy 8ta., Hlckmnn, Ky.( nays: "For hoiiio Uiiio 1 won ufflicted with n muRt annoying c.irto of kidney complaint. Thekldiioy B.'crlloiiti wcro fnr too frequent In paasago and I had to e0t up iiomo niehU aa often ns Boven tlmen. In tho morning I felt tired and llttlo llko doing tho day'M work. I tried a numbers of remedies and doctors, but to no avail. Klnnlly Moan's Kldnoy i'llls came (o my notice nnd getting a Kiipply at Helm & lilllmin's Urug store I began taking them. Tho contents of three boxes restored my kldn ) to a normnl condition nnd Improved u miuitrroiiH llr.J.M. J.J.11. llONIiUKANT !1K(). ll.TIIItl'.I.KKI.I) ItllllllAltll T.A. I.KDKOIlll IIKNHY HANdKIl Wc combine absolute snfety with sntisfnetory 8cr'icc,nnd offer our depositors the most libernl treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS J. J. (V IIONDUHANT. Pre.l.leni It. O KAMA (IK. AmI j. (UMilxr A. TIIOMPHON. ('..ktur d, Our FRESH MEATS ocx. Ti"y a 3ji3S.'7"3n J o. I'hooo 4 Moorua -. .. ) LAUNDRY I -- AT- Wo are auUiorlzod to announce Virginia Lutcti for Superintendent of Schools of Fulton County, subject to tho action of tho DemocraUc party. BlocUon Nov. 7, 1011. Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every a candldato Tuesday afternoon' Best Work Lowest Prices , I I GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore 33 33 3 T Havo you tried It that now coal, WHiIita auu graded to regular alz4 Z lumps especially united for cooking. I A A. Farl. Lot us flxuro on Uiat bill of Reynolds Moss & Co., In pora ted. luin-bo- r. cor-