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The Hickman courier: October 12, 1911 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 hic1911101201_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: October 12, 1911 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. rrfntfU1 I $1 In No per Year Advance ixrrptlon to Onlr o mrely it tup iiniiRh " OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops when your time la out. Wo dont believe In forcing n paper on nnyono. If you do not wnnt n copy, to ml keep the ubacrlp-tlo- n paid up. A notice of expiration In Riven liere lBdnyanhenU with n wM'k M Ihlarillu. uly T MKir tO Illfllll niiiiiiint for n imiirr Hull tm nil Hit' iiiiiiit mill ii ymf tlHI thi wlT rout No niiili tf". l isl IM THE HieKMHN COURIER. Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, railroads nnd their equipments, nnd to the oK'ratlon of the traffic All tho railroads In the country, niul finally all on tho continent, were brought to tho name trnck gauge, no that tho cars of any railroad can be mov-- d upon every other rond without or transshipment of their contents. Hnllroads nro built to very city nnd town In tho country, and nil tracks connect each with tho other. In addition to this ovory economy In tho handling of freight, In tho consumption of fuel nnd In tho replacing of human labor with mechnn- lonl contrivances has been adopted by the rallionds, m as to gi the greatest amount of service nt he poHnlble cost 1 Local News 1911 PARCEL POST IN Number SIGHT. 17 A Blue Mark HIVER VS. RAILROAD River Traffic Will Do Resumed on Larger Scale. The ncwimixirii have tnndu n grunt al of fuss over tlio establishment 4if tin- - now Stroekfus stonmboat lino, ih rating betwi'tiii Kt. taiils niul Now Orb aim. It nmy sound like "union into about nuthliiR" to tlm average when ho known thuro l only Hut, tlio truth lnKit In service. mi. .luiul Hit malttir, thu ostnbllHhinunt ( UiU lino 1m mi Itulux to grtor hiMKM In river transportation. Mmiy of tlio Courlur'H oldor rend- n. i flu riinioinliiir whsii thsre were i. n iHiatH miniliiK nluiUHl whore there ill I now. l It not out of placo to recall Un- It Is nn Inovltnblo certainty that the greatest aggregations of the country's population will bo In the Mississippi Valley, because thero Is tho nation's food supply, cotton supply and all the coal and Iron. It Is going to be more ndvanlageous to movo the people nnd tho factories nnd mills to the sources of supply than to haul tho raw material nnd tho fiod over tho mountains to the seaco.ist. This Is tho manifest destiny of this country, nnd Jho time of Its realization will not bo far In tho future. Then It will be that tho railroads, taxed to their utmost capacity, will not be able to do the transportation for the vast population assembled In the groat valley, and then tho rivers fa, i that tin HL l.ouls Anchor Lin-- ' h.id at oimi time eighteen large bout New and cheapest line of China In Our linotype operator caused us to make a mistake In reporting J. C. tho city. Hickman Hdw. Co. I lend rick's colt show a short tlmo II. C. Barrett, funeral director and ago. Tho first premium, $10, went ombalmer, with St. Louis Furnishing Georgo Sanger; 2nd prizo went to daughter to Tho pretty Httlo year-olCo. of Adklns Colo, of Fulton, died last lluck Itouten. wc-iYour otato, county and school tax Mr Colo Is tho well known V O W organlzor. is now due and payable. Goalder Saturday Night The Lyric. Johnson, Sheriff. d Saved His Mother's Life. "Four doctors hnd given me up," writes Mrs. I.aurn Gaines, of Avoca, l.a , " and my children and all my friends were looking for me to die, when my son insisted that I use Klectrlc Hitters. I did so. and they have done mo a world of good. ' I wil always praise them." Electric Dit-teIs a priceless blessing to woman troubled with fainting nnd dizzy spells, backache, headache, weakness, debility constipation or kidney disorders. Uso them nnd gain new health, strength and vigor. They're guaranteed to. satisfy or money refunded. Only COc at Helm & rs Postmaster General Hitchcock announces that his annual report which Mi SA will bo submitted next December, he will recommend tho establishment Phone 195. of n parcels post sorvlco on rural mail system will bo" tried routes. The White Bros. Phono 19S. Cleanore first In tho rural districts, and If It nnd pressors. Is successful It will bo extended to Illustrated Songs Motion Pictures urban communities. Lyric Saturday NlghL mTvIe. Thuro wore two packets for Ntw Orlinns( two for WUbtirg ami two for Memphis. The iiuwtt famous boat was the City of St Iouls. Hho once carried --MiO draft ions on a Hie time was when twenty to of considerable thirty steamboats draft started oory spring from Bt loniis on a 3,000 inllo voyage up the and MiMurl rlvor to carry 1.im timers to the cold mines 111 Montana, and later military More and Nupplloa to tho troops who were iikiiiiiiK tho Indians In Dakota and in k 10-fofn-igh- t Miss Bethel Lawrcnpe, of Caruth-ersvlllMo., Is tho guest of Mies Myrtle Walker this week. A satisfied customer is our best advertisement. Wo can satisfy you. White Bros. Phono 195. i The cool weather of the past fow days has had a tendency to enliven business with our merchants. e, E. R. Ellison's Dry Goods and Variety Dr. W. P. V. Evans and Miss Ler-Hn- o Taylor, both of Mayfleld, woro married at Fulton Saturday. Mrs. O. I fort week is away on an extended trip to friends and relatives In Memphis, Dyersburg aud Cairo. WANTED: Furnished room in private family. Will give reference. Address "Engineer," this office. 2p Winter Is nlmost hero. Phono 195 and wo will call for your winter clothing nnd put them In first class shape. Whlto Bios. The nanio of Tom Finley, of will bo placed on tho ballot as tho Republican candidate for Railroad Commissioner In this district. Mad-Isonvil- lo lllllllllg Itut all that ncthlty on tho Mi ijiii river and Its great tnbutaIh a thing of the past, and that Hi.rennon tho ntw boat line out i st Ixiuls Is u matter of special r. t and attention today All th once carried builne by thu steamboats was won away 'in tliem by tho railroads and so ' floating palnoes that once made traffic on tho western vn wont out of sun lev and dwlu I down until now only about a ' iloien small boats pass Hickman - CASK STORE Is the best place to buy your; New Fall Goods This store is now overflowing with new goods. Splendid merchandise in greater variety than you can find anywhere. Come to this store and you will find that you can get more of your many wants filled here than at any other store, and on any bill of goods your saving will be considerable. For the reason that we sell for spot cash only we are able to sell nearly everything at a lower margin of profit, and you will find that we give BETTER GOODS FOR THE SAME MONEY, or THE SAME GOODS FOR LESS MONEY rfWtft " ' that a Mtcamboat tho carrylug capacity of so viral inrt- trains of aim, operating on " public navigable waterways, can nimjH'to Huccoskfully In transpor- 'in traffic with a railroad, which n the first placo must bo constructed from it, foundation al great cost, .ii.) iv. ry few years must be almost v iiiy rebuilt, not to Hak of the X line of mnowing tho equipments ' I running stock, which, however. '".'ii be offset with tho o pairs nnd I xni oi iMKiin. ii iviuuni reviii ii.Jk ' i"it hail n n onormou ndvun'ugc a free rlvor which, If It should .I Improvement, would be dono ')' tin- government, and cost the boat "thing Hut tho-.fnromalns that 'ti Hie compotltloii tho railroad has rimiipiif'd and driven tho boats out U ' ot wKik. i' if ems slrnngu H Because the fair at Paducah was not a financial success this year, tho directors are of tho opinion they, will not attempt to hold a fair noxt year. Mrs. Fannlo Drlsklll, of Union Cityi announces the marriage of her daughter, MUs Mary Lou, to Mr. F . C. Ay.delott, on Monday morning, Oct. 19, at tho homo in Union City. Nalfeh Bros, opened their now West Hickman grocery and general merchandise storo Saturday. Alex Nalfeh will havo chargo of this branch of tho business, whllo Farls will look after tho Clinton street end of tho business. All members of tho Poplar Grovo church are requested to meet at tho church next Sunday (Oct. ICth) at 10:30 n. ni for tho purpose of calling a pastor for 1912, to take tho placo of Rov. B. T. Huey. who resigned ns pastor last Sunday. Mr. West Is 'putting on considerable "agony" wih a now bus which liw received Saturday and using in tho passenger transfer business between tho two railroad dopots. Tho bus is a regular city affair and will accommodates about a dozen passengers. Until recently Mr. West was passenger conductor on tho C. M. & Q. if ImihIiu-ss- . , v Ii avnlls nothing to express regrets at the chango, and to speculate as to il.. tatiseg but 11 may not bo out of pl.no to mention Unit tho railroads wr in tho hnmM of progress) vo men, ho wero constantly Improving their 'ppllnnces nnd methods, and Inmas-i- . th.tr facilities, while tho steamboats, although thoy had renched the highest level of excellence for tho tomfou of passengers and had largo trrjlng capacity, disregarded Uio practical methods and economies which nro so necessary to tho suc-- ( ' of business today. From Us vory beginning tho high st scloutlflc nnd mechanical skill w. n applied to tho construction of Come and look, and make us show you whether you purchase or not. New Things In Cut Glass We have just received a handsome line of Cut Glass, including new patterns never before shown in Hickman, and by all odds the prettiest and richest cutting we've ever shown. The prices, however, are no higher than charged for older patterns. You are cordially invited to call and see this line, whether you care to purchase or not. I' BROOKS The Jeweler Next door to Montgomery's Tho boatbullders and tho grand old rr at thoy f ambont men of tho past, after such magnificent craft l.nd secured as the Natchez, tho H. K. U'o, and Iluth and many other famous boats thot could bo named, congratulated everythomsclvoB that they had dono thing for tho comfort of their and had secured tho gren"St tonnage the depth of tho water would cany, and powerful onglnes to drlvo powtholr boats against tho swift and woro satisfied. All tho erful current, handing of cargo was dono by hucrow man labor, and thorcforo a big consldern-tlo- n was necessary, while no was given to tho oxtravagint consumption of fuel. Such economies na chain carriers nnd wire transporters for loading and unloading frolghts and traveling platforms for Blowing It woro out of tho tniestlon, Ti. ii..mn nro mentioned to show Of thnt It U ontlrely In tho power to successfully compete with tho boats rnllroads for all business In reach of econthe river, but not until all tho Improvements required by omies and tho traffic of tho present ago shall bo put luto use. Not so with the steninboats. will bo swarming with boats, but tho boats will bo up to tho highest mirk of business utility nnd capability Yes, there is going to be a grand rovlvnl of business on tho western rivers, but not exactly In tho manner that tho old timers dream of. Moan-timewo welcome tho start that has been mudo and wish It nil success. X PREDICTS EARLY SNOWS. Do You Know that a careless or incompetent presser may ruin the shape, fit and style of your best suit You can rest assured when you put your clothing troubles up to us that they will be cleaned as they should be, and, refinished by perienced workmen only. ex- We call for and deliver your work. WHITE BROS. l'HONE MS Tako It from "Uncle" Horace Johnson, Connecticut's champion weather prophet at nil weights, this Is going to bo ono of tho longest and coldest little winters that over cheered tho hearts of tho coal men. Persons unfamiliar with his past performances will bo Inclined to think that tho Sago of Mlddlo Hndden has had 'em again, but thoso who recall tho easy manner in which ho forecasted tho bllzznrd of 1S8S, In which Senntor Hoscoo Conklln lost his life, nnd other Httlo things llko earth quakes big blows and rain storms, will proceed to lay In stock of earlaps and havo extensions built on their bnlf portion underwear. Snowfall by Octo All you who havo torpid liver, weak ber 18 nnd Ico on streams by Nov digestion or constipated bowels look ember 12 Is promised. out for chills. The season is hero nn tho air is full of tho disease germs. Tho thing to do Is to get your liver Exports say that Southwesotrn Ken In good condition and purify tho stomtucky is destined to becomo tho great- ach and bowels. HERBINE Is tho right remedy, it answers tho purposo est coal miulng center In tho state. completely. Price COc. Sold by tho Hickman drug Co. Thoro was n big crowd In town SatCapt. Leo Campbell, of Cairo, was oven If tho weather was urday, tho guost of old Hickman friends the threatening, nnd our merchants first of tho week. a splendid trado. lev-oral long-haired oil-joy- for dam No. 48 on bo built six miles below Henderson, Ky., has beeu lot nt IxiuIsvHle, to the Ohio River Contract company' of Evansvlllc, tho onPREDICT END OF TIME. ly bidder whoso pirlco is J 1,400,000. Virgil D. Smith and family havo left This Is tho largest dam yot begun In Clinton for Ilnr Harbor, Mich., to Join tho general scheme of Ohio river tho Israelite colony Uiero known ns tho cnnallzation. Work will begin In thir"House of David." Thcso people bo- - ty clays. Tho dam will be completed llovo thnt mlllenlum Is approaching In five years. nnd are gathering nt Bar Harbor, where they live as ono family, all property being held In common. Mr. TTTTT'nnrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Smith Is thoroughly Imbued with the new faith nnd cast his fortunes with his brethren, having disposed of his possessions at Clinton. Several of brethren were in Hickthe man last fall preaching this doctrine, but as yet nono of our folks havo left for liar Harbor. Tho contract the Ohio river, to F. E; CASE & SON ' Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware, Glassware and Tinware Standard Gas Engine Free Delivery Oil Phone 183 The Millinery Department Is Now the Store's Most rj msmNggoKijpssip 77 mj MOVED The Electric Studio Bring your SMITH & AMBERG Miss Ituth Edwards to Mayfleld. has returned Miss Jones, of Dyer, Tenn., is the guest of Miss Dottle Davidson. Cypress Shingles, $1.25 a thousand at mill. C. M. Yatea Shingle Co. Miss Louise Jones returned to the latter part of last week. ilop-klnsvll- le Try our washed cooking coal. Uniform size lumps; no dust and dirt. A. A. Farts. RIVER: Cairo guage reads 26.9, rising slowly. Predictions are that It will reach 28 or 29 feet. H. L. King and wife have returned to Corydon, Ky.p after a visit to Mr. King's sister, Mrs. B. T. Davis. Miss Grace DeLong, of Three States, Mo., was tho guest of Miss Nell Peavler a few days last week. Mrs. P. W. McKeel returned to May-fieltho latter part of last week after a visit to her sister, Mrs. D. B. Wilson. d son, in Memphis. Miss Dottle Davidson returned the latter part of last week from a weeks visit to her father. Dr. S. K. David- Capt. Garnett Wpley. who Is book keeper at the Hunterr tract, Craig's this week Landing, Mo., was here a few days on business. Cowglll Rogers camo up last week from Menglewood where ho has been working for some time. He has been on the sick list for several days. Col. C. L. Walker and wife, and son, Ben, Chester Barnes and wifo and Miss Frankye Held went to Craig's Landing Saturday, making the trip on tho towboat. H. L. Curlln, of Woodland, who has been down with typhoid since 18th. of June, was In town Friday and Saturday, the guest of his son, H. E. Curlln Mr, Curlln is fast recovering from his long spell and able to get about with the aid of a cane I One Price to All of carrying mall by aeroplanes, hi Imtii turned to new niinilr This ts not the first Instance in next ilixir to Knrim'r and Mi which United States malls have bwn rlimit llinik, In IlilUor l)uilin v officially authorized to be carried by aeroplanes. In November of Inst year We've never shown a more splendid collection of Postmaster General Hitchcock formal- Good Work Low Prices ly npproved arrangements for tho car stylish millinery. Beautiful productions in hard rylug of a pouch of mnll from tliu Prompt Service c steamer KaUurln colorings, small shapes DC Not to be Victoria, outbound to Europe, and soft felt in the new WlSHINOTON,Ilrittsh postal authoriback to New York city whllo tho ves. with high crowns and high trimmings, also black ties In tho carrying of malls through eel wbb off tho tang Island coast. tho air, tho latest method of letter Aviator J A. D McCurdy was to haTo transportation. General attempted this first official aortal velvet hats. No two trimmed alike, all having a Postmaster Proprietor. Hitchcock gave his consent to tho transmission of malls, but becauso of style of its own. establishment of an experimental acro-plan-o stormy weather tho attempt was not mall route between one of the mado. outlying branches of tho Brook)) n, N The first successful arcoplano letter Y postofftco and tho ncrodromu at route was that opened recently by No trouble to find what you want in this stock. Nassau boulevard, Long Island, dur- tho British pontal administration, ing the International aviation meet which began a eerlos of experiments hvld there. in tho carrying of mails by aeroplane daughter, we have something for her, too. Aviators and their employes who from Hendon. England, to Windsor were stationed on tho field through Castlo, a distance of almost twenty out tho meet woro able thereby to re- miles. Four aviators with two biceive their mall almost as quickly as plane: and two monoplanes wore enSpc. though they were In ono of tho large gaged In the work and about ono cities. A spoclal i08tat elation was hundred thousand letters constituted Courier Office, established at the aavtatlon field and tho first delivery These experiments a temporary postmaster appointed by have been watched with considerable See tho department to conduct tho busl Interest by the I'nltod States postof-flcauthorities, who are of the opinncss of receiving and dispatching malls and selling poitngo stamps Dur ion that tho day when letters will bo OPEN NCXT WEEK, lng tho tlmo of the meet officials of forwarded from city to city by airships AAAAAAAAAAAA E C Rice made a business trip to tho postofilco department will watch la not far distant. Stete Orossley, the genii, n with close Interest the experiments Fulton yesterday. It to open a new hotel at us Uint Ills in . Inform, N W. Calcutt, of Dyersburg, wn ' be thrown oin to tin- - pu here on business Friday. first of next wk. He w. Uiuts a short time ago and Mrs. S M. Hubbard Is visiting In Washington officials, ACCORDING to ne furniture HHd flxtima Nashville nnd months not a shot has liae a swell place. Hashed by been fired and not a knlfo Buy a Schwab guaranteed suit nt a member of any of tho Chinese soThe primary object of a great saving In price. Lelbovitz. TYTTTV mnrTVTTTWTTTTVTVTV la (o provide a slopping cieties, or tongs. In the United States Thero Is a truce among these feudists porimiiKii who vMl lb las Saturday Night The Lyric J. A Crosier, of Mound City, was who have for years spread terror 'tiia demre to makw the trip here Monday nnd Tuesday on bust among the Chinese districts of the Miss Bertie Glover spent Sunday as PhllHppy la oh the new ness. large cltlos 81nco tho week of tho in Union City with homefolks . Chinese peace banquet In Now York, weaken tho hold of secret societies on and near the lak. Mr Cn N. D. Norton, of the Norton Tim where Chlao Chung-tan- , noatkin will h hailed win A. E Owen was In McKonzle Tenn. first secretary tbo Cctestlan mind ber Co., of Dyersburg, was here SBt of tho Chinese legation In WashingIn bis address Mr. Chlao urged his by local sportniiiffR. who i Sunday to see homefolks. urday on business. compelled to male, ton, expounded his peaco doctrine views on tbo tanqueter. and at tlw h conclusion of his remarks ono of thJ of 12 mll New and cheapest line of China In there has been no tong war. t get to Mr Chlao. before coming to this Icadoni camo forward with a pair ofi J. B. Houslcy and wifo and Rev. W tho city. Hickman Hdw. Co. and' fishing resort L. King went to Martin, Tcnn vea country, was a schoolmaster In an ob- shears and requested htm to cut of? ts a mailer of only a ft- "pig-tall.You aro entitled to a perfect fit- torday Mr Chlao compiled? to attond a two days session scure district In China Ho has been the ride In a pMjW roarh ting suit and you get It when you with tho legation a llttlo more than and before the evening was over, ho of the State Baptist Convention. a year Ho speaks no English when had amputated about SO of tho queues,, purchase a Schwab at Lelbovitz. he can avoid It. Ho has been studying each man carrying his switch away The speculator Win. Stoker & Son will begin work . Mrs. Bowers and grandson. Master probably noxt week on a new resl the language, but has mado little prog- with him price of eoMmi down so Tho tong wars In this country, more Joe Aroberg, left Saturday on a visit donee for S. B. Parkor, In Southern ress. Although an aristocrat by birth there Is how no money in Is distinctly a man than anyhlng else, have been rcipon to friends and relatives In Memphis Heights, west of the Alex Barne and education, he of the peoplo. and his hold on all slblc for the hostile, legislation In this farmers who can do so sho and Paragould. country. From the legation In Wash their eotton. eten if they n classes Is llttlo short of wonderful residence. Mr. Chlao attended tho peace bin Ington, men have been rent to tho va row the Hem.y lo do it T begin at Spring ValA revival will The rains of tho past few days quel In Now York as the special emis- rious tong headquarters, while special, will advance Supply and ley noxt Sunday. The pastor, Hev. have boon vory detrimental to the sary of tho emperor At that tlmo tho representative of tho Chlncso govern- has no part In tb pre. W. L. King, will be assisted by Iter. cotton crop. Since tho price l rang agitation In favor of cutting off tho ment have been sent out for confer the bulla and Jesse Noll in the work. mf of a queue was at Its height In China Mr ence with tong leaders. But they efing around $2.50, the farmers do not It Chlao favored tbo adoption of western fected llttlo Then tho Chlnoso gov- are setting the pHe Jno. Stoltz and wifo of Sturgeon, seem to bo particular as to whether dress and modo of living, particularly ernment assigned tho former school Wiptd that local banks w Mo., are expected to arrive in Hick It Is marketed or rots In the field in this country, believing that It would master to tho task of peacemaker. the rmtcue of the small pi man, Sunday, to visit the former's hiii mean Wg money to both GOOD ROADS SPECIAL will be sister, Mrs. W. C. Speor. Everybody hero Saturday morning. Better suits for less innnrr G. P. Helllngs, of Lacey, Iowa, ar- Interested In good roads should visit d yuu get at Lelbovitz rived Saturday for an extended visit this train and hear the lectures on coins In Its vaults, and George Rob. good-roabuilding. Let's got togethwith his daughter, and oris knows becauso ho saw 'em countRev. and Mrs. Horace Slbercll. er on this proposition and have the ed Ho says Its enough to last us for a generation and he and Unci best roads In Milton county to be "Col" Jacob Keyser, well known to found In the state. We can do It Sam aro not going to mako any moro GENUINE IMPORTED every Southern member of Congress gold coins until tho twenty years aro up and tbo pretty now gold coins are Gordon Rice was nt Springfield. nnd for ten years the most popular so badly used up that It will bo tlmo of the old "lUggs House Guards," Ills., on business tho first of the to call them In and send them to the died at Washington, D. C. Tuesday. week. He has nccupted n position as you had a billion dollars melting pot Keyser died practically friend- local representative for tho Water-bur- SUPPOSING a "Col." vault Well, If you did That's tho reason, also, why tho less at the Washington asylum hospiFurnace Co. He will still make )ou would bo as rich as your Uncle mints of the country woro cloned In gone penniless somo this his headquarters, however Ills Samuel, and you would feel satisfied some Instances and In others restricttal where he had time ago.Twelve years ago his for- work Is under Mr. Blssoll (the hus If your wifo paid moro than $1.98 for ed to tho making of pennies and tha tune was estimated at $200,000 but bo band of our former county school a now "lid" and bought more than sraallor coins Tho now policy of tho Issuing certificates spent money lavishly until he reduc- superintendent. Miss Dora Smith ) one each season And you probably government ed hlmsely to the charity of his Mr Rice was called to Barlow Ky , would feel Just as secure as S.m. for against tho bullion In tho mint Instead ts not going "go of making tho money out of tho gold' frlends.Tho remains were shipped to yesterday to look after putting In ho feels that ho twonty years to has savod tho govornmont $100,000. broko" for at least Lexington, Ky., for Interment one of his plants for their school Your governmental undo ha a bil- according to Director of tho Mint Roblion dollars In gold stored awn and erts, nnd ono of the reasons for this bo Is buying gold at the rate of about Is that the peoplo prefer the paper Embracing all the new 1120,000,000 a jear. on tho ave . go. so money for actual use and for circutho end of twenty jars for lation. that, at patterns and an exten"We have enough gold coins now which ho fools assured of having all the coin he needs, ho should linvo at for a generation to come," said Direcsive line of the prettiest least $3,400,000,000 In gold on hand, tor lloberts. "Whon thoro Is any con pieces you ever saw subject to your call. Ho feels com- slderable demand on the treasury It In Everything Guaranteed always for foreign exports, and tho placent over tho outlook. Georgo noborts says tho govern- bullion Is alwas preferred to tho coin ment has a thousand million gold for this purpose" trans-Atlanti- Interesting Section Mail Dispatched by Aviator Carriers J, M. PULLEN . Engraved Calling Cards, Jit Wedding Invitations, samples. Peace Reigning Among Chinese Tongs bti !nr . Uncle Sam Has Glut of Gold on Hand son-in-la- d ( y Cut.. Glass I I New Skips Veritable Floating Forts At Great I I I (bbbbbI H. E. CURLIN House of -- I I I sbbbbI Quality I HI Everything Guaranteed I One Price to All I I tbo American navy will soon bo In fighting trim, according to tho calculations of tbo naval experts. The Utah, Just placed In commission, will shortly enter tho docks of tho Now York navy yard to rccclvo her finish Ing touches. This work Involves tho Installation of conning towers nnd tho sights of her guns. As much socrccy surrounds those devices, thoy nro Invariably constructed at a government yard Instead of In a plant of a prlvato builder, Tho Florida Is already In commission nnd will bo ready for o servlco simultaneously with tho Utah. Thoso two floating fortresses will bo attached to tho first division of tho Atlantic fiuot, tho Florida becoming tho regular flagship of tho division and tho Utah occupying that slgnnl relation whenever her sister goes to dock for overhauling. Capt. Harry S. Knapp J will command the Florida and Capt. Henry 8, Benson tho Utah. Greater In ovory rosbect. slzo. nrmor nnd nr. mament, tho Florida and Utah will nc-tlv- THE sister dreadnaughts, tho mightiest Florida and warships In Redactions Don't buy Cut Glass until you have seen my line and prices. wrest from the Delaware and 'North. Dakota tho honor of being tho most powerful wnr vessels afloat Tho displacement of the two now dreadnaughts Is 21,826 tons each. Ten! guns distributed In flvo turt "" " main J iivoincn rttics constltuto tho battorlos Tho hulls aro belted with nrmnr rnnsln. r.M a . 11 inchos In thickness, whllo stool' walls, a full foot through, protect the. turrets. Tho ships aro 621 foet loag and are quipped with turblno engines, gonoratlng 28,000 horsepower, which It Is expected will drivo them at a1 speed greator thnn tho 20.76 knots rot quired by Uia nuvy lepartmonfa Each of these castles of tho sea will bo manned by a crow of 60 offlcora and 888 moo, h sped-flcatlon- Many New Handsome Silverware Patterns show you. lo SCHLENKER The Jeweler J UREAT HISTORICAL ENIGMA 'crutchfield. week. Mies Annn Kverett Is qulto lit this Dr. P. A. Mooro was buro Saturday aoMlMaBai YOUNG LADY DEAD. h Iluiiltm, In tlio Intervals of thoir lolltlcal criso. nro discussing tlio historical enigma.: Whatbccamo of Ciar Alexander l.T Did bo, as moat histories leourd, dlo of dlsoaso to tlio or did bo only protond to dlo In order that bo might ronounco tlio world and end hla days In holy ascetiUnimaginative porsons reply cism? that, of courito, bo dlod In Taganrog un November 10. 1825 and was suc ceded by hla brother, Nlcbolaa I., lth' whom Knsland fnueht Mm r.ri. Ilut this opinion la not menu war. undisputed. During tbo eighty-sicsrs which have passed sluco the iippoard doatb, millions of Itnaalana i ire itoadfnatly bold that Alexander's bed and funeral aconoa wero trauds; and that tho czar was allvo nearly forty yonra aftorwarda. Thla mating legend la no tnero poaaant Kupuratltlon. Tho historian Schllder, iiutbor of "Tho History of tho Rolgn ol Alexnndor I.." himself countenances tt, and later a M. YormotolT haa written a pamphlet to prove It trim Homo yeara after tbo Taganrog death" tburo became prominent In Siberia n myaterlotia hermit, Htarotz Keorfar Kozmllch. Ilternllv "Thn iwa Man Feodor Koztnltch Grand Duko ii bobiiT book put tbo date of bis at 1837. or twelve yeara utter Alcxandcr'a dlaappcarance Tne "Old Man's" paat waa shrouded In myatory; and ho aroused rurloalty br hla dignified and commanding man nera, and hla aurprlalng knowlodgo of tbo Ufa of courts. Those who bad m Alexander I doclnred that Koz milch eloimly resembled him Kormttch wandered about Blberla, mm) live years before hla doatb aettlod down on tbo proierty of tbo Tomsk Merchant Khromoff. where bo occupied a "cell." which waa. In fact a , M with frlonds. I saaaH Flower Bulbs In stock at W"" I tlllSOIl DfOS. tf sTV saaaaaaf Andrew Cnrdner is ronortnd til nf typhoid fovor. MIbs Victoria Stnhr tins returnod from n visit to Fancy Farm Miss III H H H H H at hor Ibrtha Hicks continues nultn homo near here Narcissus Hyacinths Crocus Mrs. Crecla I.awson Is recovering ironi n sovernl duys lllnoss. Jonquil Easter Lillies Lowest Prices Both Phones Albert Cnldwoll nnd children, of ntikedom nro visiting relntlves her. MrH. Jnmos Hruco and Mrs. John Onsklns spunt Friday In llardwell with friends. I I H H H H iHLLlHLliaMLBMHMHMHHHJLHHHi Do-ren- A. A Farls delivered tho ii'nchtn Miss Homer Green Is visiting relaa Mr. and Mrs. (loorgo Monoos, of orv for tho new cotton gin nt tives In Memphis. Cnyco, spent Sundny with Mr. and this week. It Is now being InB. It. Klllson has been on the sick Mrs A. H. Cnldwoll. stalled nnd the gin will be running In INt for tho past few days. a short time. Mrs. JainuH Kendall, of Now Hope. There wos a slight frost In the ami Mrs. Until Cox, of Full Two nogroos woro lynched nnd ware gnosis of .Mrs. Cleo l.ottn Sunday. thrown In tho river nt Cnruthersvllle. mountain regions of Kentucky Sundny night. Mo.. Tuesday night. Tho negroes Mtsa Carrie Duncan who Is teach- bad tried to seduce Misses JojIp All advertisements Intended for tho ing srliool at Wood j'iw:i. wns rnllnl Faulk and Iiessle Geo, nnd were tak- Courier MUST be In not later than Majflild Monday on account of en from Jail by angry citizens and noon, Wednesday. Our patrons will the serious llniwt of her mother shot full of boles govern themselves accordingly. plc-is- Miss Clara, the twelve year old Sfj HERE TBTOE daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Will Smith, M iffy died at her home below this city, on D. T. Davis place, yesterday morning at 9 o'clock, of tonsllltls. Tho young Tomorrow Is Friday, thb 13th. lady had been 111 only a short time, WEATHER: Fair today and and her untimely death Is a great Slightly warmer. shock to her relatives and friends. Tho remains will bo consigned to Nick llolcombo is taking In tho their last resting place at Ilcech at Dyersburg today. Grovo this afternoon. Save money by getting your harn-nes- s from the Hickman Harness Co. On another page will be found nn We have some new tblugs In furarticle relative to tho "whlto slave" traffic at Cairo. The women, who niture this season. Hickman Furniare charged with luring away tho Un- ture Co ion City glrlp are Mabel Stevens and Compare my suit values to others Maxle Mooro. Tho former will go to of the same price Is all that I ask. tbo penitentiary for 10 years and Lelbovltz. may be fined $5,000. The latter Is Several Hlckmaiiltes went over to set free. Fulton ycterday to hear Sen. Mc Messrs. W. C. Reed nnd Ephrlam creary's speech. Russell nnd Miss Myrtle Walker nnd M. 11. Shaw Is remodeling his resiher visitor, Miss Bethel Lawrence, attending tho dence property at tho foot of the of Caruthersville, nro cireuls and fair In Dyersburg today. court house stops. They will attend a big KIk dance toM. n. Shaw Is figuring on erecting night. y a big flat on his lots west of the court houso steps. Three resRegular convocation of Hickman Chapter No. 49 at the .Masonic hall idences located on these lots wero recently destroyed by fire. net Monday evening. mm U I II I m J two-stor- Your Money Back If Not Satisfied Ar The Misses Ilurrow, two of Tennessee's popular musical entertainers, filled an engagement at the Iyric Tuesday evening, nnd were greeted with a fair house. These talented musicians arc always welcome to Hickman. Hugh Robinson, the Curtlss aviator who will make a flight from Minneapolis to New Orleans, will start on bis Ellison Bros. More Fresh Goods This Week flight, following tho Mississippi river, tomorrow Just what tlmo he will pass Hickman wo cannot say. Ilut It will probably be sonle time next week. If the exact day can be learned, those Interested can get the facts by telephoning the Courier office. He expects to make the trip by easy stages, flying only in favorable weather. Wo have always contended that no land on earth beat tbat surrounding Hickman. As proof of this assertion, hero Is one Instance: A. A. Faris has a alfalfa field a few miles below town. He Informs us tha he will get 10 tons to tbo acre from this field this year. The selling price will be In tho neighborhood of $17 a ton, making a gross Income of $170 an acre. Is there any straight farming land anywhere that beats this? 100-acr- e Mellos Plenty of these again. A most delightful cake or confection. Just melt in your mouth. Fine for the little social parties. Sold in bulk only. Try 10 or 15c worth once. The Tomb of Koxmlteh. Fresh Sealshipt Oysters Packed and sealed right fresh from the oyster beds direct to us. You get them just like you would if you were right at the coast, with all that delicious fresh oyster flavor. We handle Selects only, the large size 15c a dozen, or two dozen for 25c lie died In 1I6(. mi w hat happened or waa rumored to hla hare happened after dtath trnngly fortified the legend that ho log cabin Alexander I The "Old Man" left thlnd him certain Important reltca. ills host. Khromorr. Immellatcly took some of them to Ht Petersburg and delivered them to the then reigning rtar, Aloxandar II According to popular belief, Khnimoff'a arrival caused a sensation at court, and tho Siberian was soUed and Interned In tbo Peter and Paul fortress. Ho waa later and allowed to return bomo on condition that bo kept hla lips scaled hhromoft'a daughter testifies tbat the "Old Man" waa visited by an officer rosembllng tbo then ctarcvltch, who kissed the hormlt'a hand Ijitor, oxitlted personages paid pilgrimages to Koimltch's gravu In tho Alcxvcnak remetory at Tomsk. Among such was tbo present cxar, Nicholas II . on his way through Siberia twenty yeara ago. Ills undo, the late Orand Duko Alexia, gravo, and also visited Koimltch's Councillor of Stat Calkin Vraaaky arranged for a chapel to bo built over It Why. ask tho bellcTcra, all tbeao algna of respect If Kozmltcb waa merely ono of tho many thousand hermits who nro found all ovor HusslaT Tbo legend got further backing from tbo fact that tho lato M Poblodonost soft took rcproaftlvo measures against priests who circulated It-a LONG New Cranberries at 15 cents a quart. buik,-n Pure St rained Honey m This is very fine. ll any quantity you wish, at 2oca pound. Apple Butter, Fruit Butter, Sugar Butter, Mince Meats, Assorted Jams,. Preserves. Country Sorghum, Breakfast Foods, Rolled Oats, Grape Nuts, Cream of Wheat, Flake Hominy, Grits, Pearl Hominy, Potato Chips, and everything new in Pickles and Sauces, Sweet Spices Relish, Pickled Peppered Hash, Tobasco Pepper Sauce, Salad Dressings, Prepared Mustards, Grated Horse Radish, Assorted Jellies, Sweet and Sour Pickles, Mixed Pickles, in Plain Pickles, Gherkins, and Midgets. , Pickled Onions, Red Snapper Sauce, Lea & Per. rin Sauce, Chow Chow, Plain Olives, Stuffed Olives, Cranberry Sauce, Chili Sauce, Oyster Cocktail Catsup, Blue Point Oyster Tomato Catsup, Maraschino Cherries, Maple Syrup, and New Mr. Harney has a force of men at work on the new plant of the Hickman Coil Hoop Co., and expects to get In shape to run some time this month. He informs us that he will start up with a regular force of about thirty men, Increasing tho number after the factory gets In good running shape. This new plant will prove a valuable acquisition to our commercial Interests especially East Hickman, and we trust our people will give Mr. Barney their In all ways possible, and to thnt extent show their appreciation of his locating iu Hickman. In Fact, Both Phones Everything that is Good to Eat. WAIT FOR SWEETHEART Four Delivery Wagons Tho story of a llttlo romance comes from Wllkeabnrre, Pa., whero, after waiting thirty years for her to bocomo a widow, (loorgo Hlccgarm was married tbo othor day to Mrs. Marietta Tohorn of Hnzlcton When they woro young. In Udrmany. they fell In lovo and would hnvo been married had It not been for tho opposition of their paronta They tried to elopo, but wero discovered and caught beforo It waa possible, for thum to wed. Sloo-gardespondent nnd angry at his parents, camo to tho States, and his sweetheart, who was married a yoar aftor ho left, camo a few yenrs lator They settled In with her husband Hazloton nnd tbero tho husband died a short time ago Steegarm discovered years ago that his old sweetheart lived In Hazloton. Ho ronowed his -Mentions after tho husband's death and told hor tbat tho old lovo bad uover been extinguished li. Harper was In Fulton Wednes- Ellison Bros, Merchants complained about a shortage of small change last Saturday One bank handed out over $500 in nickels and dimes. These small change famines occur periodically, but why, no ono knows. It is also a peculiar fact that banks nre continually calling on for small coins, but never send any back to that source. two of Hickman's expert checker players went to Un Ion City Tuesday to play a match game with crack players of that place and that they came back without he pennant. Our representatives might have been S. T. Roper nnd T M. Reynolds we will not say We understand posl-thel- day. U'o Carter, of Fulton who murder ci hrank Ilalcom. will be tried for tl s. ond time at Clinton this week In ins Inst trial he was given a life senteine. but a new trlul was given on the ground tbat tho presiding Judge ernd in giving instructions to the Jury .Indications are thnt a Jury will have to bo gotten from MeCrack-ecounty. Carter was confined In jail !n his city for awhile, and will be nmeinburtd as having burned his bed In the Jail. Tho boy bo killed wns a son of a millionaire lumber man of Washington, and bad stopped off at Fulton between trains while ,iMnin in Nitiv Orloana. Carter shot tbo strangur while tho latter wns on J tho hldowalk In front of Carters resn Victor-Victrol- a It is really nauseating to read 6ome of tho political dope being reeled off by many of the Courier's exchanges Uo'h Democratic and Republican. Truth about the matto" Is, this copy Is furnished by "state headquarters" and Is the rankest kind of rot, containing not to exceed 2 percent facts. To print such matter Is ono of the fallings of the small newspaper of todayt because it Is both misleading No and confusing. newspaper will force Its readers to sallow all this stuff gotten up by unprincipled hirelings, whose duty It Is to lambast everything and everybody on tho other side of the political fence. Tills paper doec not seek political favors of any kind, and Is free to say that we believe there are gentlemen In nil parties and mugwumps In all parties. Hut If one n wero to believe some of the editorials" that go the rounds of the press, he must "of necessity reach the conclusion that both parties wero made up of rotten, unscrupulous men, who live by robbing the state and Its Institutions, "hand-me-dow- M fnsB 9i The Sum and x .ci Substance A new Victor-Victrol- Victor-Victro- la is herd A genuine taurant. Your stnto. county and school tax Ih 1a now duo and payable. Goaldor Fulton county farm nnd locate among Johnson, Sborlff. tin J. R. Harrison, of Konton, Totin.. her today. Ho uxpucts to buy n Come in unci see it and hear it. No obligation to buy, but after hearing it you won't want to bu without one. Other styles $25 to $250. Victors $10 to $100. Easy payments if desired, bearing the famous Victor trademark, priced at only $15. a, Chnrlotte Hubbard left thla for Cincinnati, whero she will attend a conservatory of music during the winter. Miss morning Hocnuso on Octobor 12, HU2, Columbus: discovered Amorlcn, nnd this Is tho No school today. Why? Rev. II. J. Gelger has about from n slcgo of scarlet fever. Silas Oliver la attending a business colloge In Union City Ellison Bros. .'Kv. v Winter Is almost hero. Phono 195 and wo will call for your winter cloth lug nnd put them In first class sbapu. White Dios. It will keep you informed on the dolngaof the community and the bargains of the merchants regularly advertised will enable you to aave many times the cost of the subscription. family become attached 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. of being a subscriber to this paper is that ycu and your fct-tflt- j- - eaL-ii- , I Mi'"p ff 8I bv tempering your con luct according ly, tho gloom will soon pass nwny ami tA-A- -.-. i. $&' --- - -- i Ju Chips of Wisdom. Kvory farm should own n good This world is Rod's workshop for nnklng "ion In. Half the Regular Fuel Supply Required on account of construction and patented and the patented hot blast combustion, gives perfect control over the fire. air-tig- ht gas-tight CqIc's Original Hot Blast Heater, Build Only One Fire a Winter It Is so perfect in construction that fire keeps all night- -It saves the gases wasted with other stoves. The cost of the stove is saved in fuel. $5.00 worth of oft coal, hard coal orjignite, or a $1.50 ton of slack or screenings will do the work of twice the amount of fuel in other stoves. which means It is guaranteed to remain always t, that it is always a Examine Cole's Original Hot Blast before you buy Avoid imitations which only look like the genuine. air-tighfire-keepe- r. The Bestir wHh a repetsMen- - HICKMAN HDW. CO. incorporated Pries 112.00 m) upward according to size andityU. OF HISTORY AMERICA'S By A. W. MACY. CURIOUS BITS FIRST NEVSPAPER. - FROM THE PENCIL'S POINT. Nothing will throw religion out of gear so quick as the wrath of man Nothing does moro to glvo men confidence In each other than ready money. What a bright world this would bo If wo only had eyos to soo all tho good there la In It. Many a man would havo mora money In bis pockot If ho had a better thinker In his head. jj The flrat newspaper In America was issued In Boston on 25, 1690. It was "printed by R. Pierce lor Benjamin Harris." In the first Issue the publisher promised that the pa. per "shall be furnished once a moneth (or If a Glut of Occur rences happen, oftener) with an Ml 9UWII W.VWM". buiisiucrduio things as have occurred unto our notice; to give a faithful relation of all such things, and to enlighten the public as to tho occurrents of Divine Providence." It gave a summary of the Important news of th time, and was quite readable I not exactly spicy. To us It would appear a very harmless sheet; but the authorities of that day were rigid In their censorship of the press, and after a few Issues Mr. Harris' paper was suppressed because "It came out contrary to law, and contained reflections of a very high nature." SeD-temb- er Does an undertaker look solemn be cause ho feels thnt way or becnuso ho can chnrgo for It In the bill? BORROWINGS Only in tho loves wo have for others we truly live or die. Phillips Drooks. than ourselves, can And iet him go whore he will, ho can onlyflnd so much beauty or worth as no carries. Emerson. No two things differ more than hurry and dispatch. Hurry u the mark of a weak mind; dispatch, of a strong one, Colton. A face that had a story to toll. How different are faces In this particular! Somo of them speak not; they are books in which not a lino Is written, savo, porhaps, a date. Longfellow. does not lovo pnttao not n full man. A iiinn without self restraint Is like a barrel without lioou nud tumbles to pieces. Tho pursuit of Ignoble ploasuro Is the degradation of true happiness. Tho examples set by tho good and great do not dlo; they continue to llv nml speak to all tho generations that succeed thorn. It is Idleness that Is tho curso of man not labor. Sloth nevor climbed a hill or. ovr-caina difficulty thnt It could avoid. Evon Iclsuro cannot bo unjoyed unless It Is won by uffort. If It hns not boon earned by work tho price "has not been paid for It. Idleness oats the lioart out of man. and consumos them as rust dood iron. I'owor belongs only to tho workers; tho Idle nro always poworloss. It is the laborious, painstaking men who aro the rulers of tho world. I'orseverance Is tho best school for manly virtue. Tho groatost misfortune of nil Is not to bo ablo to boar misfortune. Method Is tho very hlngo to busi ness, and there Is no method without punctuality. Idlo momonts nro tho oponlns through which tho tempter finds readiest entrance with tho citadels of the soul. If a man bo gracious to strangors, it shows that ho is a citizen of the world, and that his heart is no island cut off from other lands, hut a continent that joins thorn. Nothing Is moro ponuriousnoss, noth' lng moro anxious than carelessness, and every duty which is blddon to wait returns with seven fresh duties at Its back. TIME TABLE C, M. A G. R R Nov. 15, Flnnegan'a Honeymoon. Today Is p. king In dlsgulso. Today (Effective June 4, 1811) Dec. 29, l'eck'a Dad Hoy. always looks mean to tho thoughtlos. (.10 a. u Leavu Hickman Jan. 3, A Ilachelor's Honeymoon. in tho face of uniform experience. Arrive Dyersburg 8:30 a. tu that all good and great and happy ac Jan 13, Thelma. Lcavu Hickman.. .2. 00 p 1. I. DIDN'T. tions aro rundo up precisely of theso Jan. b;00 p t. Tho Yankee Doodlo Arrive Dyersbunc blank todays. Stock Co. 8;00 a tu Leave Dyersburg FOUND: A bay mare mule, nlout 13.00 noon Arrlrb lllckaaa Feb. 29, Human Hearts. two years old short chain 011 neck. 6:30 p, m Leave Dyersburg Beautiful thoughts. Mar. 19, Tho Girl and The Tramp. 1'ay for this ad and learn w here she 8:30 p a Arrive Hickman Mar. 20, Tho Thief. Tho Countess Irma Is ono of the Is. Q. M. KOS8. AKt- characters in a Gorman novel entitled "On Uio Holghts." In her Journal aro found tho following beauUful expr.-ss-eA iimn who o warmth and brightness tako its placo. THE OLD REI IABI.F, I IGHT RUNNING The Deadly Cold Bed. trustworthy statistics could bo If had of the number of persons who die every year or become poniminnt-ldliUMieed, from sleeping In damp or cold beds, thuy would probably be nB-- t nUhlng and appalling. It Is a peril nwn, ti.u. constantly bosvis inm-llnand If they are wise thoy will Innirl-n- ' ly .n.lat on having their beds nlred ami .Iri d. evon at tho risk of wiusliir much trouble to tliulr landlords. Hut, i Is a peril that resides also In the home, and the cold "spare room" has If your denier doesn't handle it, write for prices. slain IU thousands of holplsss guests, go on with Its slaughter till and will people loam wisdom. Not only tht guest, but the family often suffer the Incorporated penalty of sleeping In cold rooms and chilling their bodies at a time when KBlTTU-aKI-vthey need all their bodily heat, by getting between cold sheoU. Even A musical genius, clad in In wnrm summur n wither n cold, PRICES HIGH IN 1822. carle evening stilt and imt i. damp bed will get In Its deadly work Whllo tearing away part of the drlftd Into Hickman 8iurd... It Is a needless peril, and the neglect by noon on schedule time and .., provide dry rooms and beds has In building on Main street, occupied to Taylor & Oldham, thu workmen found concert with II Trnvnioiv It the elements of murder and milctde a portion of nn old dny book which tin wktelle. Perched on n l wns dated 18. but the twin of the box, upwards of n thorn-.1 Midnight In the Ozarks. proprietor of the store wra mtailnK. RHiliefi'd around him whu. and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton, of It Is Impossible to toll Just who wns whistle toured forth a miiin, Clay City. 111., coughed and coughed In business at that Unnj, as no eJll-ex- n sic ranging from the He was In the mountains on the adliving nt prweut Is old enough to MOay Joiioh." He wh vice of flvo doctors, who said ho hail consumption, but found no help In recall the name of tho owner. The lng Security Sckuol Shot u the climate, nnd started homo. Hear building wn's erected In ISSO. Oh the aer & Dodds, local ing of Dr. King's New Discovery, he book It wns shown that high price proceeded to jlv away "" tHgnn to use It. "I believe It saved He h. my life," he writes "for It madd a prw ailed for commodities. Sugar to- Musical Instruments. new man of me. so that I can now talled at 5c a pound, nalU Me a pair of state, which he oir dn good work again." For nil lung pound salt $1.76 ikt bushel, cotton Ire the boy Umi learned i diseases, coughs, colds, la grlpixt. as- "60 iter yard. Whiskey wni the onltet In lb Minutes For a. , thma, croup, whooping couch hav fev day, at the of an hour Un air was full of er hemorrhages hoarseness or quinsy, ly cheap thing In tho us mo uest Known remedy. I'rlco book showed It Mild for 71c par Kl-Io- and briksa awl folk ti v. r.oc nud 31.00 Richmond Climax. Trial bottle free, dined ssMstlly repaired to t (itmranteed by Helm & Ellison. tall UmlHMW. A bunch of America" however U)d . lionnwneiw, FOIt SALE: l'uro Ilred Ilhode lotTickling In the throat, the of voice, ludkflttM need of terwl the eenUMt, In which j. Ukind Red pullets, nt SOo eneh. Mrs. IIALI.AItD'3 HOKHIIOUND SYRUP. ews cam out winner. It. 11. Hallow, Hlokman, It. F. I). 1 It oases thu lungs, quiets the ownh and restores health In the bronchial tube, 1'rlre 36c 60c and 11.00 We Mtrncstly Ail tell a LYRIC THEATRE bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. your bwelNeea on a aiurniii. Books Soma Good Shows. tofactlon While tiros, I'hfi.. Moro Good Ones to Follow. y WHY NOT GET THE BEST? Hickman Wagon HICKMAN, Co. . . - , n. . pr JTSSkbi ..... sentiments: "Mddern culture cannot tako tho place of religion; religion makes all men equal, culture unequal. There must however somo day. bo a sys tem of culture which will make nil men equal; then only will it bo the right or tho true. Wo nro only yet at tho beginning." "So long ns wo can say 'father,' or 'raothor, there Is a lovo on tho earth which bears up ono In its arms It Is only whon tho parents arc dead thnt wo are set down on tho hard ground." "Wo only sco all the good noats whon the trees nro hare, there Is nothing moro In them." "Evorj' nian, wherever ho may ho, It standing, unforeboded, on a height, from which ho docs not seo tho signs of mortality. If ono always ?nw them there would bo no moro work In tho world no moro song." ' Tho most mystorlous, dreamy thought aro like a bird on n twig; ho sings, but if ho sees an oye watch ing him ho flies away." "A man who allow himself to alter his sentiments, and permits tho hun ger of his character to be changed, is conquered by the world and exists no longer as himself." Hints for Wives. Think About It xV (Copyright. till, by Joncph D. Bowles.) FORTY ACRE FARM: a nice little 40 acre placo that can be bought right if taken at once. Five miles from Hickman; 24 acres We havo BY THE OFFICE SAGE In cultivation; How duty looks depends on whether new house; barn and garden; 2 mile to church it's yourB or tomobody else's. and school house; on telephone line; Sometimes a man can learn to unhas R. F. Delivery; public road fron derstand his family by trying to untage of 4 mile; 2 good locust groves, derstand himself. etc. Apply at this office. All a woman's female relatives are mad with her If she doesn't take them along when she goes to buy a gewn. 1-- It doesn't take a woman more than maKo up ner mind not to like another who is hotter looking than sho Is. New York Press. a second to I INSURED WITH KENNEDY. Saturday night at the Lyric. LYRIC THEATRE One Night Only MONDAY OCTOBER 16, 1911 Herbert Bethew, supported by an excellent cast, in the season's greatest comedy success THE MAN ON THE BOX Original production by Henry E. Dixey having had a run of over 200 nights in New York. You've read the book Now see the play. Reserved Seats on sale at Hickman Drug Co 50c 25c and 35c General Admission Perchanco you think that your husband's disposition Is much changed; that ho is no longer tho sweet tempered, ardent lover ho used to bo. This may bo mistake. Consider his strugglo with tho world his overtoil ing raco with tho busy competition of trade What is it that makes him so eager In the pursuit of gain so energetic by day, eo sleopless by nighX but his lovo for homo, wife-- and chl'x dron, and a dread that their respecta bility, according to the light in which ho has conceived it, may bo encroach-eupon by tho strike of exlstenco. This is tho true secret of that silent enro which preys upon tho hearts of many men; and true it Is, that when lovo Is least npparont, It is nevertheless tho activo principle which animates the heart, though fear and disappointments make up a cloud which obscures tho warmer elements. As nbovo tho clouds thero Is a glorious sunshine whllo below are showers and gloom, bo with tho conduct of man behind tho gloom of anxiety there Is a bright fountain of high and noblo feeling. Thinking of this In thoso moments when clouds seem to lower upon your domestic peace and A little early, perhaps, but the stove season will soon be here, nnd we want to ay in advance that we have THE LARGEST LINE THE LOWEST PRICES THE BEST MAKES of stoves to be found in Western Kentucky. HEATERS RANGES COOKS If its in the stove line we have it. $4.50 to $25.00 to to 25.00 8.00 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 St Louts Furnishing INCORPORATED Co. OaOTXX 3PH03NT33S O-fl- . SJM I 'J iwmr-s- r $1 In No 11 per Year Advance lUrel It chrnp piiouu'i iwenly jm" rm, HIMr coat 13 istnr No until ii MMir to priiil i; nmmint for it . Ilmt ifll n n i llix rounty nnil n . urulu. -- .fptlolii to )"lr to OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops when your time Is out. We don't believe In forclnir a on anyone, fnper do not want to mini a copy, keep the subscription paid up. A. notlco of expire tlon U Elvnn here 16 days ahead with Local News mm'ma'm',atiimm0Btmmmmmmm&mmm0tm&iBmBBm& " MMUMBiMMt THE HICKMAN COURIER. """""".."" Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, HaHHMHHHBMrpaMaiMt rU 1911 Number 17 A Blue Mark' 'DEATH OF SHERLOCK HOLMES. DIED NEAR FULTON. WORLD'S LARGEST CITY. V i. I C;rtl4 Tlio Battle of Islington, ono of six historical pictures by Edward You can got tho nix pictures. In the original colors, slro 11x12 IncluHi. by minding 10 emits to Hart Schaffnor & Marx, Chicago. Tun-fli'Ic- l. lUrt 5rtart A Xlux 'started something" at Lexington; and THEY finished it, too ; and a great finish it was. We Ve started something here also; a strictly higfcf grade clothing business, with nothing but good quality to offer; such quality in clothes as Hart Schaffner & Marx produce; nothing better in the world; and other merchandise of similar excellence; and service in selling such as you want, and ought to have. We'll finish on that line. Suits $20 and up. Overcoats $ 8.50 and up. 1 1 Tho dontli of Dr. Joseph Hell, tho eminent Scottish surgeon, was an nounced Thursday morning. Few pco plo, when they read tho news, realized that tho original Sherlock Holmes had been called to his final rest. Dr. Doll was nn eminent surgeon, known tnoroughout Great ur'Mtin. Ho was known for bis ability to relieve tho Buffering of mankind rather than for detecting crltno. It was while- - a student at Edinburgh, In 1837, that Doylo was struck by tho analytical reasoning of Dr. Hell. This did not Impress him so much then as It did In later years. Tho friendship between tho two was lasting. After Conan Doylo had abandoned tho active practlco of medicine and confined himself to tho fascinating lino of literature which so astonished an pleased tho world, tho relationship be tween tho two grew closer. o Dr Bell wob possessed with line of reasoning, so promising nnd so probable that tho fertllo Imagination of Doylo saw nn opportunity for elaboration, and he did elaborate. Thoso who read knew that Doylo has converted facts Into fiction, but ho has accomplished the transformation so cleverly and bo logically that I ono Ib almost persuaded to bcllovo that what ho writes of Sherlock Holmes Is realy true. Dr. Dell himself grew Interested In tho work. Ho did not make any prac tical attempts at unraveling criminal myserles, but ho and his pupils would often discuss sensational crimes, at- Tiractlng tho attention of tho world, and would draw their deductions. Sometimes they woro near tho truth, sometimes far from It. It was this way that Sherlock Holmes camo Into existence, nnd no character In modern literature enjoys such worldwide distinction. On tho stago William Gillette ono cf his most distinguished triumphs in tho role of Sherlock Holmes. , The play has found popu lar response In flvo countries, in live different languages and beforo flro radically different In nationalities their vetws and habits. When Dr. Bell began hla analysis of various problems ho no doubt had littlo idea that he would eventually become celebrated In literature. Ho modestly realized this before his death, for Conan Doyle established a y school of fiction that has been Imitated. At any rate, tho passing of Dr. Boll brings tho story back again and proves how littlo things sometimes develop Into great events. Tho memory of Sherlock Holmes will ltvo long afor Conan Doylo has Joined Dr. Bell In tho great beyond. Memphis Commercial Appeal. Co-na- n au-nlquTarl-ousl- Will E. Carr, a prominent farmor Bel-le- The government mattress at Bird's Point that part upon which the men were working beforo being sunk broko from Its mooring last week and was swept away, carrying with It Severn' barges and boats. Part or the NOT GETTING ATTENTION. mattress landed at Cairo Point and a Thero Is a saying that a man who part below Wlckllffe, Ky. The acsquec7es a dollar never squeezes his cident caused a loss of several thous wife. After glancing over his sub- and dollars and entailed some delay scription books, tho editor of a neigh- In the work. boring exchange- - says thero are a number of good married women in The Meadows Hotel has a dally his county who tiro getting tho attenboarder who maintains an office and tion they deserve. business In Hickman. This Is rather a slam on the beanrles of Hickman, A special from Georgetown, Ky also their patrons, Indicating that tho says: "R. II. Anderson, chairman of latter havo littlo senso In matters tho Democratic Committee of Scott delicatessen or mighty strong atom-achewhllo tho aforesaid long-sho- t county, was sent to Jail for twenty-fou- r hours for contempt by Judge boarder "takes sugar In hls'n," Stout for his falluro to produce the with wiping his plate with orango ballot boxes used in the recent 'Demo- peeling beforo carving tho virgin pulcratic primary in two precincts In let. this county where, it is alleged, gross N. K. Neighbors, of this city, has Stealing frauds were committed." tho ballot boxes seems to have been quite accepted a contract to electric system of tho Caruthersvlllo the popular thing during the recent Light & Coal Co., at Caruthersville, primary. Mo., and Is now engaged in the work Regular services at tho Presbyter-Ia- n It will require about ten months timo Church Sunday. Wm. G. Stock- to complete tho Job. N. K. is a flno ton, Minister. electrician and can deliver the goods. s; ld appendicitis. At tlio time of his taking sick Mr. Carr was at Harmony Methodist church, placing a tombestono at the gravo of his little daughter, who died about a year ago. When ho was stricken Mr. Carr was carried to tho home of Mr. Bellew, who Jived nearby, where everything possible was done to save his life. At tho time of his death Mr. Carr was 31 years of agp, exactly, dying on his birthday. He wns a member of tho Methodist church, his membership being nt Harmony, near Moscow. He was also a Mason anil a Woodmen. near Fulton died Wednesday even- In tho world. ing nt tho residence of Monrod tofore, hold by nyi1l.lllnn after au Illness of a faw days of All uvuiuiiig New York Is now tho largest city That distinction, here-- 1 London Is relliuiuUh- ... t. . .n luu VUJiaUB ui .me lu I a English metropolis Just returned. The population of London Is 4,Gl,2.Ci;8 as compared with 4,983,385, tho present population of New York City. Another significant coniparlslop between the two cities Is Jho death rate, showing that tho American metropolis is far and away tho healthiest city, London's death rate is given at 19.1, while New York's Is only 14.8. ., ? J , ' MATTRESS GOT AWAY. . S -. BUY S4 1.J Athena Knit Underwear this get acquainted with its perfect fit its daintiness its us wearing qualities the splendid way it retains its shape and original beauty after washing then you will wear it always. Other makes, $8.00 to $ 8.00 mc SMITH TOR & AMBERG FIELDS DARE. SHOE FOR THE MAN WHO CARES 0 THE MAN WHO CARES DELAY NOT DANGEROUS. COTTON ROAD IMPROVEMENT TRAIN. Delays are not Always Dangerous. The breaking down of tho steamship Conn' machinery on hor vay from Brazil to Now York has filled with Joy tho hearts of those to whom lur cargo was consigned. Tho dolay In hrr arrival increased by 10 por cent tho vnluo of her freight all crude rubber, from I'annma. It was worth nt tho start $190,000 nnd on arrival lioro $290,000. Kicked by a Mad Horse. Samuel Birch, of lleotown, Wis., had a most narrow escapo from losing his log, as no doctor could heal tho frightful toro that developed, but at laBt Uiicklon'a Arnica Salvo cured It completely. Kb tho greatest healer of ulcers, burns, bolls, oczouin, scalds, s cuts, corns bruises and PIIoh on earth. Try It 2Co at Helm & Ellison. old-sore- We noticed last wook while out In Mr. Pnff Hawkins has opened up a engineering offlco In Hickman nnd is prepared to mako all kinds of surveys, such as dralnago ditches, subdivisions, land surveys, etc. Maps, estimates and reports furnished. Seo Louis Roberta, of Fulton, nrtd Miss him beforo you Improve. It pays. Of Mndgo Wllllnghnm, of Water Valley, flco over Mothcny Bros. Grocery store 2tp were united In marriage In Fulton P. O. box 8G. I will rocolvo nnothor shipment of Snturdoy nftornoon. that flno cooking coal this week. Hand palntod Fruit Jars at Betteroworth & Pntfh llusscll Johnson mado a business Belter get your order In now If you or1!. Hardware Co. trip to Fulton, Saturday. want It. A. A. Farla. -- cotton growing section of this c i lit) that most of the fields havo been practically covered by the army worm or cotton caterpillar, thoro being few If any fields that havo not been entirely denuded of tho leaves, rortunntoly, the worm seem to bo doing no damage, but on tho other hand many farmers claim thnt by their action In removing tlio leaves of tho plaiils has been nn nctunl advantage by causing the bolls to open enrller than would havo otherwise have hap pened. It has been tho fear of farmers that much of tho cotton might not open beforo thu coming of the killing froat. We hnvo never looked for such a doiuoimtratolon of tho old saw that "It's an ill wind thnt blows nobody good " th Tho Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Kail way In connection with tho office of public roads, U. S. Department of Agriculture, will run ovor Its system a train carrying road building experts from tho department of agriculture who will give free lectures nnd practical instructions for building good roads. Thcro will nlso bo exhibited on tho train working modols run by electricity, of Improved road building machinery. Tho rain will bo In Hick man, Saturday, Oct. 14, at 10 n. in. Don't fall to bo present. Wo are now approaching tho season when tho flro whistle will bo heard more frequently. Whllo wo havo as as good lot of volunteer will bo found most anywhere, thero Is a pressing need of better equipment in enso of flro. Wo have Texarkana, our present equipment. Ark. by reason of putting In bigger apparatus, offerH for salo nn $1800 outfit. Including wagon, harness, ladders, otc, for $300, which might Jdst moet our requirements. This amount spent for flro protection would doubtless sa vo us fully that much In Insurance premiums per year, and possibly bo tho means of saving $900 worth of property. It is to bo hoped that our councilman will glvo this matter their consideration. At present tho insurance compaules have Hickman scheduled as ono of tho worst towns on tho map for fires; hence, the unreasonable raes charged by them. Tlio rates can only ba re facili duced by better ties. g flre-flghtl- ATHENA UNDERWEAR Women and Children the latest and best expression of true underwear comfort. Its perfect shaping brings it snug to the figure without wrinkling under the corset. The extra elasticity of the fabric prevents its becoming thick, coarse and bulky in laundering. The yarns arc chosen with special reference to wearAltogether no other ing qualities. underwear will suit your personal requirements quite so well. In union suits and separate garments at the price you usually pay. is M. for Wil 'I I ' It is a chango of heart or mess of potago that prompts such strange tricks In old Cnlloway? Tho Mur ray Ledger following tho lead of tho Meloans, has como out for tho O'Raar. ticket. In appreciation of tho Bup-- . port of tho Gazette and Ledger, tho Republicans hnvo nominated Perry Mcloan, of the former, for Represen-tntlvand O. L. Jennings, of tho latter, for Stato Senator. Calloway In years past wns a Democratic stronghold, but local differences caused so much disaffection that two years ago a Republican county Judgo nnd a Republican sheriff was elected. e, For the Children Athena insures a perfect fit the first time you buy it. It is long wearing. !' a: 1 r"i 'TltO' SMITH & m jgj l AMBERG n ?M , China. Hickman i I I' ii 'I CENTER POINT IN CALIPERS, of, I M4 Means by Which Center Provide Dodle of Different Form Can Do Determined, iFBPPil -. The purpose of tho tool bore Illustrated, Invented by Mr V II Harris of Uiurlum, Mich., Is to provldu uionu.i by which conturs of bodies of dlfturont forniB can bu dutcr-mineBays Sclunttllc Ainurlcan. The cruss-scctlon- PARPEN I FARM ana ' Gifts of Sil verware Nlnlliinn nviiK c a " ,M , Si r.in lie oflViml llian Ivriwaic, combining good taste with a Iradur ity f I en Iiirjtire which assures uieiong service. make i tliaiacUnstn . -" zZy77Tl Cortllkt 1W, It C.E. ZlmnrfBi "?Zcx. a&WJR JjflirSSSg 9 -- A V UUil Ll. .i, I.l' r, If v t 1 ROGERS BR0S.1& j 'ax LOYAL FRIEND OF FARMERS' 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. Lowly Toad Is Helpful In Fields and Gardens as He Eats All Kinds of Insects. this renowned v iro"t c' urnMc for gifts. To-da- y tr 'e 111.11 !c awurri the purchaser not only of securing the criminal brand cl Rogers, but Ihe heaviest grade pttfc cuarantccd by the makers lo gic absolute satisfaction. The remarkable durability of "MJ ROGERS BROS." Sihcr lias won it tho iwpular title Don't kill the next Ilufo lentlglnosus nmerlcanus you meet. In short, don't kill tho toad. Ho Is harmless. In general, and In tho fields and gardens ho Is holpful, as ho cats all kinds of noxious Insects. Scientists havo often wondered, just as you havo dono, what tho toad cats. Here Is tho result of an Investigation showing what 100 toads slaughtered In tho lntorests of sclonce had eaten: angle worms, thousand legged worms, cutworms, anuy worms, tent catercaterpillars, pillars, miscellaneous snails, sow bugs, spldors, grasshopCaliper With Center Point. . pers, crlckots, ants, beetles, flies. centering dovlco docs not havo to be Tho quantity Is as startling as the Adjusted for each pleco of work with varloty. Tho amount taken every which tho calipers nro used. The cali- twenty-fou- r hours Is about four times pers are provided with the usual legs the stomach capacity. Tho toads ox- plvotally associated, and a centering rod connocted with tho legs which maintains a central position between them at all times. In tho rod Is a spring-pressepoint that adjusts Itself automatically to tho body with which It Is brought In contact. "Sihcr Tlatc that Wears" Knic.fmli. L I .llnl.L. Afl.1 li..l Sold liy (ruling inoont aim! fancy trf ting tnr uird in nurociuui design tome Itucy, tuu lm lofcUkgu MEtlDCN lj, lrlru erfyv.ltr. StoJ ihuwmj all (xllrtat. CO. BRITANNIA. M.flJ.n, Cenn. Vr4S0t Farmers' Friend. & 173 r HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCORPORATED VACUUM FOR FAMILY WASHING UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office Australian Discovers Method of leaning Clothes Without Twisting. Rubbing or Beating. Australia has discovered a way of washing clothes without twisting them, rubbing them, boating them, or In any other fashion treating thorn harshly. It Is dependent upon the simplest kind of a mechanical device and In Its results It Is ten times as effectlvo In turning out tho snow white garments as any of our old fashioned methods. The laundry of medlaevallsta was not ono of tho problems of life, so the J3."7"33 TXD3 3VTXXXX33JVryVTJ'i3 science of washing clothos has never buying direct from the Mill. I manufacture the best shingles in the been highly developed except In reby cent yoaxs. Wo have Improved our State. All are almost half an inch thick, an i guaranteed. washing devices so much and so frequently that there Is no occasion to Best Heart Shingles, per look with suspicion upon a machine " " that docs away with all the evils of Best Prime old Instruments that either broke a ' " " Economy woman's bock or toro tho clothes. The Clothos aro put Into any kind of Kept in stock at at my place in West Hickman, or may be had at Mill at a bollor available In water, and tho boiler Is sot In a perforated motal Tyler. Ky. cone, at least that Is what It looks like, though It Is perhaps a little more elaborate when put up commerMe cial product The water asIs abollod and aa the steam Alls tho cone tho water Is forced through the holes or perforations leaving a vacuum In tho cone which is in IfM turn promptly roplaced by water. This gives a circulation of Jan. 1 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY about fourisgallons por minute and tho hot water drawn rapidly through the clothes cleansing thorn thoroughly and SHINGLES AT MILL PRICES nmlned averaged 100 bugs a day, not a bod day's work for tho mistreated fatbor of tho pollywog. Nearly ovory bug tho toad eats is Injurious to plant life. PHOPIT $3.00 2.65 2.00 The tond spends Its winters In the ground, it chooses a mellow spot and digs Into tho moist earth until It reaches a rolnt not affected by tho freezing and thawing of winter. Here It sleeps for four or five months, eating nothing and breathing llttlo. UNNECESSARY TO LEAVE FARM Old People Not Compelled to Move to City If Boy Wishes to 8tay and Run Things. Much has been said nbout keeping tho boy on tho farm. Hut what will become of the old folks If tho boy does stny on tho farm? It Is not 'necessary for thorn to give up tho farm entirely and more to town, as many of thorn aro doing. Director A. M. Ten Eyck, of tho Ft. Hays experiment station. In a locture to his class In farm management at the Kansas State Agricultural college joccntly, said: "I don't bollovo that one-hal- t of tho retired farmors that movo to town aro satisfied. Somo of them know that tboy won't bo satis-fle-d before they move, but they feel that they must get out of the way and giro the boy a chance. 1 think they are mistaken. The farmer can build another homo for himself or for the boy on some other part of tho farm. Then, whllo tho boy Is running the farm, his parents can 'tnke It easy.' "It is no longer necessary to movo to town to get tho modern conveniences of living. "It Is to the Interest of the farming community as a wholo to the oldor men on tho farm. The man who moves to town losos sight of tho interests of tbo community he llvod In and the community Iosch by It." &&n r rv Kin our lankM tfri fr m r' -- Shm "VY J OmH.VI HEY it? LL bKUW AND SO 1 m . t1 1 : AST Jr i JL i IH. k, C r i r ZlmmmtmC i . S. U . f 1,000 Don't Place Your Order Until You See C. H. SMITH 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 Quickly. The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. Coating. f The block coating produced on Iron or steel by boiling In a solution of four ounces of phosphoric acid and one ounoo of Iron filings In one gallon of water has been tested by Immersion for a year In salt water. The metal romalnod nncorroded, while a similar untreated piece was badly rusted. Rust-Proo- f rust-proo- In isSss START mi mmm INDUSTRIAL MECHANICAL Noiseless paper for theater proMAKE SOME UN NECESSARY grams Is a theater novelty. One tablespoonful of ammonia to a TUTUS THAU WOULD quart of water will brighten gold and .HAVE BEEN AVOIDED silver. IF YOU HAT) TO STOP AND DRAW A CHECK Portuguese East Africa, province of limit TO MEET THFM A Moxamblque, Is developing its rubber CHECKING ACCOUNT Industry. IS A GENUINE INCEN TIVE TO ECONOMY A French englncor has designed a low automobile especially for the use of invalids. Of the United States' annual paint HICKMAN BAHUNO TRUST CO. and varnish bill of 1200,000,000, the railroads pay about L Gyfa50.0Mog.g7V $32,500. j To designate the handling of a pieco of work by machinery tho word "mechanlpulata" has 'Won coined. An American company, with 18,240,-00- 0 capital, will manufacture agricultural machinery at Moscow, Russia. The Inventor of the papier macho matrix process of stereotyping, MilSee Our Agent lard 8. Whltmore, died recently In Washington, D. C. I furnish my medicines and There aro only two coal mines acguarantee a cure in... tively operated In the Philippines, one ownod by tho government and one by for high grade Founders, Colic, Bots a private corporation. assert that the art of Austrian Ring Bone, Bone Spavin horseshoeing has boon brought to a Curb, Fistula, Pole Evil higher degreo of perfection In their GASOLINE GOAL OIL a Weak Eyes, Sharbon country than anywhere elso In the world. British cotton mill bought C.700 fow-e- r and Lockjaw. bolos of raw cotton In August, 1010, Lowest prices and prompt I own my hospital and am ready for than In the same month last year. Uut delivery. Absolutely what they did buy cost them $2,000.-00business. uniform. more. A machine designed to provent tho . G-l-crTXas checks or the forging of R.R.ROGERS, Veterinarian alteration of negotlablo papor has signatures to INDIAN REFINING CO. a been patontcd by a convict in a HICKMAN, KY. prison. EVANSVILLE ono-tent- THAT CHECK ISO ACCOUNT soir-Et'ER- T DAT PASSED WITHOUT IT YOU NOTES Saad Salamy LOOK! LOOK! Changing Variety of 8eed Wheat. Many farmers make tho mistake of sewing year aftor year a variety of wheat which yields soveral bushels less per acre under their conditions than some other variety would do under the tamo conditions, says the Maryland oxporlmont station. Ofton the only reason why a particular vari ety has become popular In certain localities Is becauso when first Introduced it gavo an extra high yield, duo more to exceptionally good treatment in a favorablo season than qualities of tho variety. When a new variety Is introduced In a community or on a farm it should always be grown In the same Held and besldo or standard varloty. It a Is difficult to dotormlno tho possibility of any variety whon comparing a field on ono end of tbo farm with another on the othor end, or what Is still worse, comparing ono man's flold with that of his neighbor. high-yieldin- g woll-know- n wit MIL For the Composing Room in a printing house electric light is the best, and for factories or shops turning out typewriters, clocks, watches, parts 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. 0 o Trial 33otli 3?ioiiom Call-fernl- ?C00 ItEWAllD for ono largo sorrel horso, whlto bind foot, saddle and briHillside Farms. The avcrago hlllsldo farm usually dle on. Tho animal lost his rider has enough plant food when It can bo trying to follow a drovo of horses to properly roloasud, Tillago will do this Gray's shop to bo shod, dot your mower blades ground for 2Co. in every caso. Locating Hives. It is said that boes cannot profitably travel moro than two miles for nectnr. If thoy havo to fly a groator dlstanco and carry back tholr load they cannot bring to tho hlvo enough during tho working hours to make it profltablo. Tho hives must thorefore be placed with this fact in mind. Hickman Ice (Incorporated) ST. Coal Co. arx-.- V. XHj3j03XTf f 3VXbx-- . When tho chest feels on flro nml tho throat burns, you havo lndlgi-Htioyou need HJSIUIINK to get rid of digested food, strengthens and purifies tho bowel l'rlco COc. Sold by Illcknmu Urug Co. -- iJk.j ""ttev---- - " ' JPMW4l ? (,f PRESIDENT MEETS STRIKE LEADERS MARKHAM CONFERS WITH MEN DEFOflE MEETING GOVERNOR NOEL OF MISSISSIPPI. (T m ; 1: It I WRITE Weekly Bargain- sFRIDAY AND SATURDAY This Week THEN AGE MALARIA headache, biliousness, in- I Missouri Verse-Makin- g Gives Song "Author as Recipe. digestion, rheumatism, Mr. Sixty-Nin- Was Dorn In Missouri Years Ago She Enjoys Composing Verses for Her Own Amusement. Hull e ARBITRATION IS URGED Chicago Employei Will De Paid In City Fire Department Building In Order to Avoid Pub- llo Disorder. TWO SPECIAL BARGAINS Arriving conference with state anil iMl officials of Mississippi over tin growing out of the strlko in. .in Control railroad employe, - l'tit Markliam of tho road first i it meeting with strike loaders. Chicago Men Paid Off. rn notifying striking shopmen Mii-would be paid tholr Hep- ' ' r wage outside the fenco sur- nK tho Uurnlshlde shop wero ly the Iltlnol Central rultrond ''Ail of payttic the men In tho a cuotomary, the striken will i h. nd id one of tho city flro dopart- iri t buildings, & quarter of n mllo ' the 'vop. Thin preonutlon hna taken to arold tho poMlblllty of h- Jin knon, - r for a . Mlh.. Oct. 10 I Very large line of finest silk and satin Kimonas, comes in all colors- - large, flowery and wide borders, the finest Kimonas that were ever sold for 12.50, for this week special price of.. fi'50 . y B 5 Very beautiful line of heavy Flnnnellctte Kimonas, a very de- sirablc and comfortable garment, fully worth 3.00. Special for this week only.. m m m 1.- - N ir!y 1.000 men, i or about one-thir- d litre waa no disorder Striken 'iitb have abandoned their Idea ping the plant picketed, n i' r. were few strikers In sight dur- Mio eirly morning hour rike lender are anxiously await" Urn outeomn of the confiTMCn ' a., n President Markliam oftha ' 'i i ewrni ranrona ana tiownor f MlMilsslppI at Jackson Tfeoy - the belief that some plan may UimI at tho meeting which will t in the men returning to work if k- it. regular foreo reported for duty Ladies' Suits, Coats, Misses and Children's Coals, Skirts, Hood Scarfs, fine line of ready-to-weLadies Hats. Big line of Dress Goods, Shoes, Underwear, Hosiery and a large line of Floor Coverings ever shown. ar Come in and inspect them, always glad to show the goods whether you buy or not. INK '3 IS GOOD MEDICINE j Statement Made Respecting the. Quality at Uied In Printing United State Money. ishlnRton. iH.rtml S 1 IMI " The Dry Goods Mun." NAIPEH THE CORNER STORE St. Louis, Mo. 1'onco Do Loon did unwlsoly when ho went floundering through tho swamps of Florida In quest of tho fountain of Ufo, In which ho hoped to renow his youth. To achlovo enduring youth, freshness of mind In old age and serenity of torn-pohe should havo stayed In Spain and written poetry. as an. antldoto to old ago Is recommended by Mrs. Lizzie Chambers Hull .of St. Louis, Who, 69 years young, defeated all competitors In Oovernor Hartley's contest for tho word of a Missouri state song. Her stanzas, because of tbelr clear simplicity, historical sincerity and quiet depth of feeling, obtained a prize of JfiOO by unanimous accord of the Judges. Contestants entered not only from every section of tho United States, but from Canada, Australia and Now Zealand. When Mrs. Hull was i" years old, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow lectured before her class on "Pocsla." She was a pupil at Louis Agasslz's School for Young Women at Camo bridge, Mass., out of which grow college. Oliver Wendell Holmes and Wendoll Phillips were nlso lecturers at the seminary, and among th Missouri girl's school companions Longfellow's a daughters, were daughter of Doctor Holmes nud Miss Emerson, a relative of Ralph Waldo Emerson. In this environment, she fell Into the habit of writing verses, not as a profession, but as n diversion and recreation. Just as another girl, when wearied or lonely, would solace, hersolf by playing the piano, or singing, or reading a book, so Miss Chambers, as sho then was, found comfort, and society In putting her emotions and Ideas Into motrlcal form. Sho soon acquired tho same facility In rhythmical composition which one by practice obtains in performing the r, Verso-maklng Had-cllff- pimples, blotches, yellow complexion, eta, arc all signs of poisons in your blood. These poisons should be driven out, or serious illness may result To get rid of them, use E ; 1 Thedford's Black-Draugh- ti the old, reliable, purely vegetable, liver medicine. Mrs. J. H. Easier, of Spartanburg, S. C, says: " I had sick headache, for years. I felt bad most of the time, I tried Thcd-forBlack-Draught, d's now I feel better than when I was 16 years old." Your druggist sells it, in 25 cent packages. and Insist on Thedford's THE MAN ON THE BOX. Tho Cincinnati Enquirer says: "Tho Man on tho Uox opened a week's engagement at tho Wulnut Theatre, last night, to standing room only; nnd too much praise cannot bo given Mr. Bethow and his excellent company, for their high class work of this delightful comedy. "Mr. Bethew In tho tltlo roll, Is an actor of exceptional ability and his work, especially In Uie 3rd act kept the audience roaring. Thoso who have not seen the "Mun On tho Box" are In for a real treat, for It Is without doubt ono of tho best comedies In Cincinnati." Mr. Dillon Is tf bo congratulated on bringing this high class play to Hickman, and should bo rewarded with a capacity house, Monday night, October ICth. Good attendance Insures better, shous and Inspires tho management toward exercising ovory effort to Improve the quality for tho benefit of his patrons. G. K. Ferguson, of La Center, Ky.. was tho guebt of C. T.Bondurant thlB week. Mr. Ferguson Is successor to Elvis Hale, deceased, ns special for tho Mutual Life Ins. Co. Oct 10 Intereit In blood poieonliiK of Geo. BUCHANAN BUILDING mum. treasurer of tho Waltliam railve tank of Wullham, Man, : ' ' iikIIIrk money In shown by of- f the department Director y. Ralph of the bureau of en- I1!"!"!1 f4 "Hi I I f'f,, ,l"i"ll,J,,t"l l'"f"-- and printing, scouted tho Idea I K)lon In the Ink uel ' printing of money ' ran eat the Jnk." ald Ilalph. xOn tho Streets - irood for lndliutlon. Men work- n the bureau often get tholr ? tlTT rrT rT1Tff',10f T '1 covered with tho Ink and then lunches. I have novor heard All the leading magazines at Fetbu t ao of poisoning. Tho Ink In French. ' Red of grapevine charcoal, bone ill and pure Unseed oil." Colum-bu- s Ihp frequently heard bank offl- - Fred French, redding neur died Monday. vprifia fear a to old money, E. Robert of tho mint, Mlm Helen Tj'lur linn on the ' 1 o how anyone could slrk Ibtt till an not week. r i"ioned through now money. John IlnKnn arrived home Tueaday Cathollo Oovernor Urged. to stend n few dny. V w York, OoL 10. Archbishop a speaking with Oovernor Dlx Try our washed cooking coal. Unian t ongrrssman Fitzgerald from tho form slio lumps; no dust and dlru 'ico of Ht I'otur's church, nt tho A. A Karl. ( atlon of n bron to tablot to Tho n. the Roman Catholic governor ' ' - province of New York, who rmi d in 1C83 the first liberal char-- ' f asked why wo could not hnvo nn h- r Cathollo mayor and why tho 1 rt of tho stato should not be n- jsted to a Catholic governor 4 1. All the latest & mazarines at Kotlie a 're aflfei Heard French's. Hickman Furniinre Co., htadquar-terfor anythlnx In furniture. Mrs. 13. U. King Is convalescing nftor several days Illness. ' Ix-e- n Mrs. Julia Hngnn, who has been quite sick, la thought to be eomo bettor. The ladles Aid of tho Christian church will have a KummnKo Halo Meeting nights -- of Fulton Lodge, next Saturday of fall wraps nnd idlk No. 83, I. O. O. F. Thursday Sept. (Irwtttu'H, otc. The ladleH extend thanks Dec. Oct. 12- - 2C; Nov. to tholr frlond for aid nud itolirlt other conlrlhutloiiH thl week Wo fully expected to nnnounco this Hickman llnptlst church, Sunday, week tho secret marriage which took October IK, 1911. Sunday School nt place In Hickman nt 1:30 a. in 10 o'rlook; preaching nt 11 n m.; some three weeks ngo, but since our evening services at 7 o'clock Wo terms have been compiled with, wo wish to call attention to tho change In cannot air the uiattor nt present. Wo the tlmo of tho evening service from thank Mr. It. for his subscription to 730 to 7 o'clock. A cordial imita- tho Courier, mid are glad that he felt tion i extended to nil Spur, on llko innking It for two years Instead Wlngo. pastor. of one. M-2- Miss Pearl Cloar, of near Clayton, was In town Tuesday. Mrs. Lizzie Chambers Hull. t 3 Mexicans Watch for Filibusters. amplco, Moxlco, 10 Oct. Ths Movmn Riinboat Vera Cruz Is patrol- - the culf const to prevent tho le.lwR of arm and ammunition for ' ihreniened revolution. Tho gun' Im watching for tho Btcnmvr I'r.ikt, reported to havo loft tho Unit-iMates with wur munition. - A Live Store d With the Right Prices My Fall showing of Mens and Boys Suits, Pants, Shoes, Flro department aro necessary and ave much property, but they cannot bft relied upon always. Although they way put out tho fire, water may do much damaga as tho flro. Flro Insurance protects you against tho loss by flro as well as tho loss by water damage. A flro Insurance pol-,cIn a reliable company with a reputation for fair dealing and prompt-nes- s Is your best protection. Wo rep resent only such companies. y 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. Where Quality Reigns Higher than Price. H. C. HELM, Agent scales of the piano or In making embroidery. During a two years tour of Europe her muse found constant occasion for exercise. Tho Alps, the lakes of Switzerland, Italy, Holland, Scotland, Ireland, England and Franco provided subjects for her girlish effusions. These verses have been lost, for she did not regaru her productions as serious work, but rather as play. After she roturned to St. Louis at tho beginning of the Civil war, she noon found need to draw upon hor every resource of consolation and comfort Sho married Edward B. Hull, nnd two weeks after the marriage he marched away to fight In the Confederate army. Tho desolate brldo was left to hor tears and the care of her husband's plantation In Pike county. Rut for her habit of she says, she could not havo endured the first few months of separation and dread as to her bridegroom's fato, Her swelling emotions demanded rt vent. It has been tho forgetfulncss of self, tho throwing off of enres, which Mrs, Hull attained through her making of verses, which has kept hor, In her opinion, n young womnn, nlthotigh nearly 70 years old. Her enthusiasms aro thoso of a gtrl: for lnstnnco, when sho says: "I lovo Tennyson; I love him," nnd she Is equally youthful when she exclaims; "I can't understand Drowning, nnd I'm freo to admit it." Her step is brisk, her face Blight-l- y touched by wrinkles, and her hair Just growing gray Her conversation is anlmnted, and her opinions aro maintained with tho vigor of half her ngo. She still keeps her youthful preforenco for Ocorge Eliot, but has sent her n copy of "Mnrlo CHro" In the original French, which she reads easily. Dcsplto her winning of tho prlzo state poem contest, Mrs. Hull earnestly asserts that sho Is not a poot, "I am only a rhymstcr, not a poet," she declared emphatically, as sho sat at her desk In her modest homo. "I never prcsumo to call myself n poot. I havo too high an opinion of beautiful poetry for that I Just liked to wrlto verses as another womnn might havo liked embroidery Her recipe for happy Ufo of perennial youth Is contnlned In her brief formula, "Wrlto verses and defy old ago." verse-makin- Cypress Shingles, $1.25 a thousand at mill. C. M. Yates Shingle Co. . BY PAYING CASH I 'u can save you money on your Fall Harness Saddles Collars I have a complete line of Saddles and will make a close price on them all. 'I H t Come in. and take a look. ' Hickman Harness Co. Phone 154 A lv -- .'J mimi nwn mi jiiw HpjA II fJW'rla!fBiWpiW ' REAL ESTATE Deeds Recorded with County Clerk During Past Week. W, L. Helm to Mrs. S. M. Hubbard, two lots and Improvements In Old Hickman, 15700. A. A. Farls to C. A., W. E. and J. E. Jackson, DO acres, $13G0. 11. Q Hale to Vos and H. C. Kelly, 198 acres, $3000. to McMurray A. K. McConnell llros., ICO acres, $13,C00. Mlt Kate Doran to C. T. llondu-rant- , Interest In land, $1100. Maggie Holcombe to C. T. llondu- rant. Interest In land, $&00. W W. Meadows to A. G. Iloblnson, lots In Pulton, $1000. Fannie Sliaw to M. H. Shaw, lots In West Hickman, $725. .1 F ltawon to W. W. llatts, CO V COUNTY COURT. IB.! i Shoes You get just what you pay for in medium term of Fulton County Cosrt was held nt the Court House Monday and the following busluoss transacted. A regular h ' I grade or cheap shoes. acre, $5700. VITAL STATISTICS. THE FRIEDMAN SHELBY SHOE retains the yhape until the last day's long Births and Deaths Reported to Registrar During Past week. Deaths. Wiley Crossno, ago 2 years, malaria. Oc 3. The last will of Geo. T. Howard wag filled and his widow, Mrs. Salllo L. Howard, was appointed executrix. The appraised bill of tho estate of Fields, docen-sed-, Mrs. Kathorlno which was filled nt t tit; last term was at this term approved atubordercd re corded. The following fiduciary settlements nere filled: J. T. Underwood, guardian for Georgia Underwood. C. J. Bowers, Guardian for Cnrrlo and Katie Bowers. II. C. Holm, administrator of estate, of It. T. Tyler. ' Tho following settlements wore ordered recorded: L. Davis, guardian for Bettle Davis. Wosa Browdor, guardian for Knth-erln- e Browdor. T. A. Ledford was appointed to till the vacancy on tho Fulton County Ixjvco Board caused by tho death of It. T. Tylor. QUARTERLY COURT At a special term of Quarterly Court Monday, Judgo Naylor fined tho following: ' Al. Blackmore, breach of peace, $11. Every Bischof Suit a Masterpiece will interest you in the new models is the perfect taste dis- One of the first things that trim-i- n played in the linings and gs. In order that they may be perfectly matched to the material or offer just the right contrast, they are imported especially. To carry out the latest demand of fashion, linings arc bright colored carnation red, deep pnrule, coral and gold. Homer Lee, ago 2 years, Oct. C. Hickman Furniture Co., headquarters for anything In furniture. Buy a Schwab guaranteed n shade to Rut they must be of a great saving In prlco. suit at I,eibovltz. Mrs. Ledford, or Itoaring Springs, Ky. Is the guest of hor son T. A. Ledford. You are entitled to a perfect fitting suit and you get It whon you purchase a Schwab at Luibovitz. John Tomwnll, breach $11. of poueo $lfi wear. Let us fit you in a pair today. Jim Wright, breach of peace, CIRCUIT COURT Nothing is too much trouble To make every Bischof garment a mastcquccc. Buttons arc . imported from Austria, y fa' I -- Cards are out announcing the approaching marriage of Miss Deo Lancaster to Mr. Edgar llramham, which will take placo at S:30 p. m., Tuesday Oct. 24, 1911, Woodland Mills Baptist church. Fuqua, Helm & Co. . Bishop James A. Handy, of the African Methodist church, died at Baltimore laat week at the age of 85. He served as financial secretary of his church for Hi years and was olected Ferdinand Cross, colored, and Geo. bishop In 1892. Freeman, white, wero sent to the reform school this weok by Judge Nay-lo- r, W. A. Dodd3 is furnishing brick for and were carried to Lexington the construction of two new buslnass Monday night by Hob Goalder. building at Wdgley, Tonn. Wo wish we could say that ho was furnishing HAD NARROW ESCAPE "Bread In Old Kentucky" high patbrick for about ton now buildings In ent Margaret flour. Better than others The vory best for tho loast monoy 1912 "Flanders" Auto Hickman. They are needed badly but costs no more. Bettcrsworth & Is what you get in n Schwab guaranrived here Saturday. enough. teed suit. Frather. y II. L. King vs. John Wright e,t al. Settlement of estato. Nettle Carpenter vs. Sam Carpenter. Divorce. Norm Naylor vs. Bon Nnylof. Divorce. Wero married In May, 1910. Scuddor Gale Grocor Co. vs. G. 11. Wright. Suit on account. Scott Mosler et al. vs. A. D. Cook. Suit for timber In bottom. Ed. L. Barnes vs. C. M. Yataw. ApSuit for possession of horse. pealed from Quarterly Court. It. L. Hallum, of Kenton, Twin., has rented Jones theatre In West Hickman and will start a moving plc- tur show. JIS 3r$H ' fectly with the material. This means an unlimited number of samples to select from, that the great mills of the world must contribute. cjKcinlly You will in Mvirnl now nioduld received. that we h.io 1 "go" per- jut woolens from England, braids and embroideries from France, fashion ideas nrc gathered from Paris, Berlin and other great style centers. From the four corners of the earth arc brought together the materials and ideas that go into Bischof clothes. That is why they arc such a success. SMITH & l4 W. A. Naylor. AMBERG IVrry Join- - NOTICE. Ar- was In T1Hii nk are ii TiieiHUy on Announcement NAIFEH BROS, have opened up in West Hickman in their elegant new brick building, where they will be pleased to see all their friends. A full and complete line of Dry Goods and Groceries, fresh from the leading markets, and arriving daily. We want the public to know that our prices are LOW. We are going to show the people some surprising bargains in all kinds of STAPLE GOODS. Not on just a few articles, but on such goods, as Meats, Lard, Soap, Flour, Meal, etc. Canned Goods of all kinds. Also on Domestic, Shoes, Calico, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Trunks, and everything in our whole line, nothing will be Clothes, such as Rogerst spared. Also handle the best lines of Tailor-Mad- e Blake & Co., Chicago, Rose & Co., Chicago, and others. Will be glad to take The 20 II. I'. Flanders touring cur which arrived In town enrly Saturday evening, covered with mud, having boon driven through from Detroit, Mich., by Win. II. Kunl. of the K. M. P. Co., had a narrow usoapa from being completely wrecked Junt before rcacliltiK hero on the Missouri shore. Tho ear was running nlong at n Rood clip on the Charleston mad Jiiftt about dunk, but tho lights had not yot beon lighted when Mr. Kunl saw something black suddenly loom up In the in Id (I lo of tho road Just ahead of the car. Doth Rets of breaks woro jammed on, locking both rear wlimls Immediately and sliding tho whole car, which came to an abrupt stop not moro than 10 Inches from the brink of a lingo ditch across the road, where a brldgo was out. Judging from tho traoks, tho bridge had caved In undor tho wolght of n traction engine. Tho road at thin point Is about 8 foot nbovo the bottom of tho ditch in which lay the splintered remains of tho bridge. Mr. Kunl seemed to bo right up n- It is hereby ordered and cnrtt.-t- l eletlin In Pulton County, nt nil tho otlng pwoiHcU of said county, shall ojmn n poll In their several precincts at the nxt regular election, to be haM In till county on November 7th, 1011, for the puriHiiH) of nsoortolnlng tho will of tho voters of said county, upon the quostlon whether or not limy Cattlo generally and nil spmIm lhr-of- , viz.. Horses, Mulos. Hugo, Hlif) nml (rnnts. to run nt tara In Pulton County, Kentucky. basin. -- that tho officers of Drew LhIpm Wt IwlMliiK n drnr In or mm r MmmW. IMtfr klMd hMm tar torn marny ii yen Kt at IWwrti. 8avo money by gutting your noss from tho Hlakman llnntas h'i Co I It Is ctirrvNt raNwr thai n r)0ru f" man kmI a int(wUr jxwhS city will U MMrriMl Ih a short ti lJ" Ww. atekvr flnlt4ilKR & Soh tWHCttM h J. P. C. C. U Immltew n am J. raadlaiia tiuUliw A. OM Ul.l'- - Tr . rad. Mrs. W. A. JufcueiOH M.I POIl SALE: Seven houses and lots whole bunch for I3&00; or places will bo sold separata. All of t h o s o houses aro occupied and pajing good rent. This section or town Is coming fast, and Kaat Hickman property will bo a good Investment. Inqulro nt Courier office ottBdr-- iriuriwd SniHlsy Itmu titlrwmiM' Teiin , whiw llMy Imw bosn vtel'ii tltlVHI. T M Itpynolds. yrNtenlMy turmd wifw and mmi " from UhIiin "'' r- - Mrs llcynold has Ix--n vltHtlnic tlves there for the past two week - your measure. Below we mention a few prices : , gainst It but finally took both big searchlight and generator off tho car and placed thorn so as to light up tho ditch and splintered planks, then drovo his Plunders car down Into tho ditch, scrambled over tho wrcckngo and climbed up tho steop bank on tho other sido of tho road. A party wont out to tho ditch next day and made a photograph of It. This little fSOO car, which is a 3 speed, 4 cylinder, C passongor touring car and n llttlo brother of tho K. M. P. "30" of which thero nro sovoral In town, has now covered about 4200 miles, visiting nil tho Important cities of Ohio, Indiana and Illinois on Its wny to 8t. Louis. Prom St. Louis to Hickman, tho car passed over some of tho roughest and worst roads In Missouri, coming over tho Ozarks. but tho car runs and looks llko n now one today witu exception or some badly cut tiros. This llttlo car lias certainly sur prised local nutolsts by Its power and tho caso with which It scampers up our hills, as well as Its qulotnoss, simplicity and neat, nntty appearance. Prom hero thp car will go woat through Arkansas and Kansas. A very Interesting set of photographs showing Romo of tho crooks fordlngs, gumbo, sand, mud axle-deeand rough rocky roads tho car has encountered on Its wny hero can bo seen nt Stubbs & I)odds office, for the local representatives p Rugs ! Rugs ! ' High Grade Sans Pariel Flour, per barrel 4.90 63c San Pariel Flour, per sack .4.40 Star Flour, per barrel 57c Star Flour, per sack 12?4c Bacon, the very best, per pound 12jc Hog Lard, per pound Pure 7HC Canned Goods 3 lb. can Unity Hominy, per can 10c 3 Ib.can Tomatoes, per can 9c Little Check Corn, the best, per can 1.00 13 pound Granulated Sugar .95c Potatoes, per bushel 8jc Hope Bleach Domestic, per yard Hoosier Brown Domestic, per yard &H and 5c Calico 5c 2 papers Safety Pins 5c 2 papers Needles Shoes and Hats, and everything in the house at big bargains. 6jc New Floor Coverings Art Squares in Floral and Oriental Designs 9 x 12 Room Size Art Squares in Tapestry, Velvets, Axminsters, ranging. in prices $12.50 to $25.00 FUQUA, HELM & CO. .j Naifeh Bros. j, .. -- rflft. J .ifci . pT"t'Ti .! - turn,; tARD OF THANKS. , GOOD RECOMMENDATION. CAYCE ITEM8. A i. to thank our friends and i.itb for thulr kindness bIiowii I. Mm. Mlnnio ,uJi the long Illness nnd clout h m Williams, Williams, widow of deceased, who died husband. May '(lod'a rlohost September 21st, 1011, do 'hereby cor-tlf- y . ial uK)ii thuni. Mrs. Lola that my husband, tho aforesaid Iin WllllaniH, took a ixjllcy with tho National I.lfo Association of Dos Molnoti, Iowa, on May 17h. 1011. ,, itiitiMtw wnH hero from through your representative, MoL. idny. Duliiiioy, Number 823!C, and that on Pronby-,- , September ,,i ir nervlooa lit tho 30th, 11)11. I mndo proof ilmrrli Sunday morning nnd of my luiBbniid'a death nnd tiirnud . ll'V. Stockton, mlnlmer. immo over to .McL. Doloney, your and that I lmvo thin day reKy., will i nun. of llandarsoii. miMitltig nt tho Chris- - ceived payment In fun through the nlvnl above mentioned agent, ,ui li In IIiIh oily nlmiit Nov pository, The Illckmnii nl thulr deHank & Trust tnl Co.. of Hickman. Ky., and I want lo li T. Davis and family with thnnk the above mentioned Nntloual n I'om Mr. Harburt I. King 1.1 r AwwolBtlon and Its representar. and Miss Virginia D.ivIh, tive for their prompt nnd kind attention. ,i i I'nlon City Friday. Signed MH8. M1NNIH WILLIAMS. Clomot, 30 yocir old r I. Clamat, of llnrrfn IVnn., committed mitclde The tmual sorvleca at the Chris-linShe drank tlircti ounce of rhiirch next Sunday. Sunday u Ul dwUh ensuing twenty School at U:45 a. in., prearhlnR at ii.-r- . Unrequited love hiilif II n. m. and 7 p. m. A cordial In- MalH'd. Hai Ion ! extended to nil. . . i n . I Hickman. Ky . Oct. 4, 1911. Interesting News From Hustling Little City. Is on the sick llt Mlsa Lily Maxodon I I bbbV Floyd I'owltt, of noar Fulton, was horo Sundny. Km Johnson shopping Monday. MrH. In Cayoe fk 4PI AtJw.'wB X rVfV i SEE OUR NEW FALL LINE OF a T X5 sHm m I i&& I 14M.7J?7 laaal wns In Fulton Mr. Jowol (Jroor, or Clinton, was Sundny. II. IlnymiH, of Union I I m aLai bbbH Mr. J. City, uas In Cnyco Sunday. MIm Hthel Kdinlston visited Miss Vernln ArrliiKton a few days last weuk. Lllllnn Lututi, of Hickman, visited Mrs. Kttn NiiIIIIiib a few days Miss last week. Mr. ami Mr. A. W. Fowlor return.-- Wednesday from a visit to relatives In Kenton, Tumi. Mr. and Mrs. (JoorRo Powltt visited Mr. Chnrllu llooduupylo and family i IB W ST m uvn uoaKs clkFiirs ttJmSiffi A n ' mm mm&w&s? '?m-n'Lwm- r l a I 1 Sunday night. STRECKFUS STEAMBOAT LINE - Mlsa Imn NalllliiK returned to home In Union City Sunday after IUiik Miss Mary Attoborry. her vls- - I)(H Wright and I'rlce Henry went to Nashville last week where an op- i ration wns performed on Mr. Henry. I-- 1 I i - L ...l i i . JB I1 111! a C' I ;rfS!s--t- J : , I Hob Collier is rebuilding his in mens ii-Mt- lvni' Serial value are offered fall nulla nt Ilbovltx. I I iii I LbbbW B 1 Ml rtiifTr a A . Bill WWXk iv nmwn rtW Vkftl AUbUFUbbIbB LWIKVl t m m m sbbbbbI I I H 1 I i HLbV m. B I i Av 1 4afl l.Tw;M Wmm ' TtbbI IIbbbbbbVbbi I f ' 1 i and If bv3 Jam. IB - H bbbbV 1 m W-l- -r Av I iJ&rl ff hTV I VnrAntAn I I ri ww TT bV. Hw mu im iLHB II I LSI KSR-iJ I I b bbbbbbI . LbWbW LW bW H LbbbbbI Now ready tor your inspection. We are now showing the handsomest line of these goods in the city. I St, Louis . New Orleans Service .(.jut v Funds nre bohiK rained rapidly all hIoiik the proposal electric line from llopklnsville to Hickman, Ky., nuJ sufficient money will be raised to pay SWo-Whe- s. ' Kound iii). 2I. Paro trip I'oMOUKur Steamer (Jultwy leaves 8L LouU OaC ny ftt.00. One way, Inoludlng Meals nnd IJorth iiu I&5.00. u, A BEAUTIFUL IS DAY TRIP you can reach Southern winter resorts. Our service to bo d with first class hotels Accommodations for 300 flrht class l urther Information apply to General Office, St. Louis, Mo. for the preliminary survey and report of tho eiifilneer to ascertain If the Interurbnn will prove profitable The citizens of Crittenden county Kuaran- teed fLOOO and LUiUKMou county Kiiarante.d I2...00 Citizens of la- Fuiir new houses arc going up In lurah nnd Mc('rnckn county are do S I. Ilfwlfla new addition for lh na' uk Sj rally i it ad ' folks. 1 tJaitzer cc INCORPORATED uoaas u. u. to. Ainirr Inc uinnrrt: II INJUNCTION "Plir ISSUED. i a 1 The Car That "Made Good' ' Judgo Waler Evans, In tho federal court for the western district of Ken tucky, Thursday afternoon granted a restraining order, prohibiting the Central strikers under his Jurisdiction from Interfering In any way with tho company's business. The permanent Injunction the company asked will bo heard atOwons-boron November 23. The order Is similar to those granted elsowhoro. The order Includes Paducah, Louisville, Princeton, Henderson, Cenral City and Fulton shops. o Co-clll- Compare my suit values to others, of tho samo price Is nil that I ask. Lelbovltz. FOR SALE: Stock of nil kinds on terms to suit purchaser. L. C. Mad-do2tc State Lino. x. Molllo What a Job his nurse must Lydla Yes, but what a trent to b ablo to reach the Jam out of the cup board without having to get a chair. WHAT HE THOUGHT bare washing his neck. Save from ono to two dollars a thousand on your shingles by buying direct from mill. C. M. Yates Shlngl Co. Phone 185 and for a trial order of our dua'less cooking coal. No slack; no big lumps. Prepared especially for kitchen use. A. A. Faris. Davis, a strikebreaker emnt tho Illinois Central shops nt Fulton, as a bollurmnkur, wns seriously Injured Monday. He was packing a valve on tho engine when he as suddenly enveloped In scalding team and water. Davis face waa badly scalded nnd his oyes badly injured Tom ployed S8QO A cinssy looking, 192 FLANDERS "20"- - S800 1 Never Before Hns as much RenI Vnlue for the Money Been Offered in Any Motor Car. touring enr, capable of carrying five people up any hills or "through any sand in case and comfort, and equipped with the most powerful, economical and biggest 20 h. p. four cylinder engine nnd sturdiest sliding gear transmission, heavily reinforced and braced ever put into any car, at the phenomenal price of $800. fore-door In following Reliability and Knduranco Contests, which nre practically all held In America this year, Flanders "20" Wins IOWA'S LITTLE GLIDDEN: Flanders "20" made three per-feroad scores out of a possible three. Going some! 2. MINNEAPOLIS to HELENA, MONT. 1390 miles over pral. rle trails and mountain passes, mud In places. $4000 cars succumbed to the difficulties. Flanders "20" won 1st and 2nd all the prleis there were. 3. DEAD HORSE HILL at Worcester, Mass. This is America's greatest annual hill climbing contest. Flanders "20" won first, g 47 seconds off previous record and making the nearest competitor look like an also-ran- . 4. St. LOUIS to KANSAS CITY, Reliability Run, Flanders "20" won 1st with score of 998 out of possible 1000. Other cars penalized 150 to 999polnts and out. 5. BUFFALO ENDURANCE RUN. A test devised to eliminate all If possible. Proved to be foui days of mud plugging that's nuts for Flanders "20". Won first of course. 6. NEWPORT HILL CLIMB. Owner entered his own car and not only won In his class, but made a clean sweep of 7 straight events In larger classes. A 90 h. p. Knox beat her 2 sec. Hoorayl 7. DES MOINES, IOWA. Speed event. Two special racing cars came to town fine frame-ufor a record. Dealer took stock cars off the showroom floor and cleaned them up 1st easily. 8. SEATTLE, WASH., to HAZLETON, B. C or Alaskan fron-tieThis was not a contest for very good reason no other car dared attempt the trip for gold medal offered two years ago. Flanders "20" went after It brought It back, of course. This will long stand as a record of endurance for motor cars of any power or price. 9. PATHFINDER for GLIDDEN TOUR. First official car over 1490 miles In 10 days averDixie trail, New York to Jacksonville age 149 miles a day. Chairman Butler of A. A. A., says: "Cleanest Job ever done In laying out a Glldden route. A wonderful car." 1. hub-deeclip-pinp r. AND THAT'S NOT ALL Just lift the natty Ircnch hood and you cannot fail to be impressed by the absence of all complicated working parts, rocker arms, cams, gears, vibrators, cts., which are a continual source of trouble found in most cars. SIMPLICITY, DURABILITY and STRENGTH-t- he basis on which this sturdy little car is built. DESIGNED FOR THE MAN WHO INTENDS TO OPERATE HIS OWN CAR and who has no chauffeur or mechanic around to continually repair it. Free from complications and the few ndj'ust-menon it arc all easy to get at. I ts 1012 demonstrating car is now in Hickman, having been driven through from factory at Detroit, Mich. LOOK IT OVER. A Many persons aro puzzled to understand what tho term "four penny," 't. n penny" means ns applied to nails. W. A. Johnston tells us that "four penny" means four pounds to the thousnnd nnlls and "six penny" means six pounds to tlio thousand Oholly Chumplelgh Stammering nnd so on. It Is an English term and lias Its advantages, don't you know, meant at first "ten pounds" nails, old chap. (the thousand being understood) but Augustus Shallowpate How so? tho English clipped It lo "ten puns," Cholly ChuniplelRh Why, a felloi nnd from thnt it degenerated until who stutters doesn't need more thaa or thrco Ideas. to keep him t Hik- "penny was substituted for "pounds " ing all evening, don't you know. Some printing concern hns attempted to get out a directory of tho "prominent business concerns" of FulA pleasing personality is made doubly so when you wear a "Schwab" ton county, nnd the result Is unique, to say tho least. The directory lvs guaranteed suit. Iolbovltz. names of CO firms in Illckmnn. Ot Prof. II. V. Gabby Is building n cot- his number 23 aro correct while the tage In West Hickman. remaining 37 nre unknown to tlte citizens of our town today. Many of thorn have been out of business from r. to 20 yenrs, and members of sevDR. 0. LONG eral of tho firms have been dead for somo times and others aro citizens of other states. If the lllrkmnii iMirtlou Veterinary Surgeon of tho directory Is nn nverage of Us Graduate of Chicago Vet. correctness, this Is Indeed n very valuable piece of literature especialCollege 1893. ly as ancient history. o m : I NEW Office at Steve Stahr's Livery Brn TODDS & STUBBS, '" r "ftlat 4 iK lr Hickman, Kentucky. BOTH PHONES Residence. Phone, Cumli. I 194 f VEGETABLES C. II. MOOftE ppnnnrc Phono 1 Calls promptly answered night or day. Satisfaction guaranteed, FRUITS gA- - Mte .i Hartu"?-- - y I lUlUUM ples of the new Cros-sett- s. No. 31 smooth chrome calf vamp with dull calf top. Arched shank. No. 62 Two striking exam- KENTUCKY STATE NOTES. Items Gathered From Over The State. Special nxnm I nor Ilok, representing tho United States Interstate commerce commission, ulll nt IxnilsvUle. Ky., hour attorneys representing lumber, conl and cotton seed companies, which have complained to tho Interstate commerce commlsHlon about tho alleged . unfairness of rates charged by Tho complainants, with tho exception of Kilwnnl T. Slider, of Now Albany,. Ind., nro Kentucky firms. Wnsl .ncton, D. C. mil-roads- f? Don't Be a Beady-to-We- ar Man nknwlwjuf nllbrM When yon can get a Tailor-Mad- e Suit WW 6. strong in style, wear, Comfort ripping. stitching prevents v vamp. gun metal calf ( Extra row of Both MADE fit, FARMERS' INSTITUTE. Danville. On Friday nnd Saturday, Oct. 13 nnd 14, tho annual farmers' In. stltuto will bo hold hero under tho diugrl-cultur- to your measure in the latest style to fit to give satisfaction cloth of for your own form and not one that is built for another. all-wo- ol $4. to $6. everywhere TTSffossett issssr. i 1 rection of tho commissioner of See the International Display at Ono or moro delegates will bo chosen nt this meeting to attend tho Stnto Farmers' Institute, which will bo hold In Frankfort In Juirtiary or February, 1012. LARGE WAREHOUSE BUILDING. MILLET & ALLEXANDER .4 -- rtr w .r '.MAKES LIFE'S Mi 1 I H H FA fr I X. 4 'vsW 'Jos EASY" WALK MARK TRADE Lewis A. Crossett, Inc., Maker North Abington, Mas. SMITH & AMBERG A BAD PLACE FOR A MIX-U- P t'" lar T fir lAabJlsaiaaaaat v iTvt &' sViti if j7" We Are Pleased To Announce The Arrival of Our Fall Line of Imperial Shoes For Ladies They embrace all the new materials used in ladies' fine shoes. Gun Metal, Tan Russia, Patent Colt, Vici Kid, Velvet and the new leather, Mat Kid. and a stream of new people arudnlly y seeking locations In Hickman The Courier tins faith In Hickman biittillng lot, both for buslnuee lots of It ami for this ronton we and resMrnce within tho corporation have shouted Ks pralso In thlrty-sev- of Hickman linn nlrvady binm filled n uirrarent status in which ine in- nml more than 1,800 people have been per olrculntos. Some of the ohl tim- crowded back Into the miburlm. The ers have found It in accord with their Mleeleelppl river forme the northern makeup to brand as "hot air aru-ment- s boundary of the ctt)' and the Iowr COSTLY FIRE AT PARIS. we lmvo set forth as to why Hvor bottom tho western, while on we II v la the best IHtk city, Ui but Paris. Fire originating In n stable the south there Is a coatlHiiiHis chain in tho rear of Curtis Ilonry & Ca'i (Atf nnd notion on onrUi. Hut, then. or untenable, high bluffs and Wills for ! grocery. Main and Fourteenth streets, fllow woro Ixi r h oh))- - o miles. These Immovable oWtrtteUoaa gutted tho building and spread to tho th hoto In the dotujhnuL Imvc hoi absolutely pronlbll furtiier sruwtli at trnmitMvMnUoH yards of the llourbon Lumber Co. nd For that rwasou we take plenrtiir lookod by those In position the cltw In ekher or tlieee three Joining The flro department nftcr a an arttd cllpid Whh every nvallnWIe hiilnl-l- the real furls The appuxti stubborn fight got tho flro under con- lu site already oeeMi1d and Uie eHy these tranatxirtnUon feriMii. trol. The lumber company's loss Is from the Martin (Tcna.) MnllofkiM It sionks for ItaMif nn to shut In on three sides, this elty of Ibk the attetithin or all kmdv .. about Jio.ouo, with very llttlu Insur- Frldny. ance. Henry & Co.'s loss Is about what people living away frei HL'k-ma- Hickman Is teday confronted with ufNetHfing enternrtees to u J 6,000. think of our city ami her future the HMtet strenuous ilenmtid for npeee to llkkman. Merchntiis. Un, pro poets: ale ad retail from all potm to meet the requirements of nn ACCUSED OF MURDER. "It Is natural fur moat of us to march of commerrlnl develop-men- eomtMse have their eyes ii dle-luseldom thrust (tpon any olty man, while skilled mecheni) Paducah. Miss Pearl Matlock wa lik for the wonderful In Mime .' riHuitry and to expect V'ery nml or eu trident nuiHNllMde to bulhl borers are In reetdlnees i fatally wounded and her mother was out of the ordinary at home. killed by someone firing through their n elty of enormous itroporiHw. rush upon the town nt th r "Never wee Otero a truer uttemHoe bedroom window. Joo Canada)-- , to "The C. M. 0. railroad Inim the nal. WKh Urn old town whom Miss Matlock had been married than, "A propfcet Is Hot wHnout hoH-osouth has Just been euwpletitl to crowded nlweet to eumestiiii and from whom she was divorced. Is in his own country." H'eknmti and In the onurae or n few north, south nnd west eld' accused by her as tho assassin. Three "For years the west has boen look- months wHI be ootupleksl through laaeeeelhte, whet most Im Mi. bullets entered her body ns sho slept, and Mrs. Mntlock was shot nnd In- ed uK)ii us the land of opportunities from Hickman to the gulf; the N. 0. or the east Me of mrkman stantly killed ns sho went to tho aid and 'here only, hav wo thought It & St. K It. It. U just now eHiiileinit the only direction In whiih of her daughter. IKMWIble for cities to eprlHg up be- n 3 or 4 mile belt line there ami oroeery U nt all avetlai.l. . fnee ol such a oommerrlal tween trains. However, very Miuch are ureierliig to replace the old A MISCALCULATION. K ! not a most wonderful nearer oe.r door hnti Okbinoma, N-steel with steel e (lock-fee- , im all their tracks there and to make one entirely nnenaled h Louisville. Joseph Schiller, soothe Mexleo or Uie lands beyond the tfiuro Is a HtU city wKh the Hickman Ha principal terminal police, say. In an effort to evade his Two elty In the eoentrj. we ar i wife's wrath, whon ho nrrlvod homo inoet dazzling prospecUi for n (treat tw railroads from the went are new of eomUtkin. It wonld Umk that the man owning nnii at 2:30 o'clock in tho morning, tried comnmrclnl gntowny. It U none other knocking at Hickman's door for to get In tho back way. Ho climbed than our neighboring elty or Hickeustern anburtM of Hlektuan Oih them known as the a stairway nt tho rear of tho houso. man, Ky. Seldom, If evor befure In Houck rtuid of tlMM Is In the most enlalh nnd supposed to le the When half way up tho stops ho trip- the history of his nation has a city defendant situation of whl l Iron Mountain, has already seoured ped, fell and broko his neck. Ho died sprung Unto promlneiioe no sudd-nlgruiinds to the bank of the river n-- hie to eoftoelre. half an hour later. ns has Hickman. Until u short while IHislte Hickman, and the othur, "Itelng In mien etose torn ago Hickman was slitting quietly by to be the Frisco, ha Its line lllfkionn ne we are at Mm THE FAMOU8 TRANSYLVANIA. tho. sldo or the "Father of Voter" surveyed to the same point on the should be a emirce of rni Lexington. Tho famous $5,000 with very much llko the attitude or nu river. With .the ixwIUoh the N. C. & tlon to hs to wnteh th" Transylvania will bo raced for tho old man, nrter the vigor of youth lad St. L. I preparing to oeauuio on the such n rNmnx lo imr fori nun' 23d tlmo. Always a great race. It departed. " east bank and tho twining or the two her." promises to bo better than over this "When "L'ncle Sam" steppod In new roads to a certain point on the year, with such trotting stars ns It. T. C. 2:06U. Stroller 2:05U. Anvil 2.0SU. nnd placed n leveo along the banks opixisMe bank Rives decided color to Argot Hal 2:07U, King Hrook 2:07U. or the Mississippi and coiiimnndotl tho report or the ronetruatlon or a Tax Notice. Dorothy Hansboro 2:0654, Chatty that mighty river to cease Its tres- bridge across the river In the very Cordon Todd, lied lac, Jr., and passing upon tho fortllo lauds of the near future. Cheney. Pay your Slate, County and Si lowor bottom, thousands of ncnis of "A 500,000 corporation has been the most productive soil under the organized nt Indianapolis for the pur- taxes now ad ao cost ot c i DATH COUNTY CENTENNIAL. sun woro Immediately cleared and pose of building an Intururbmi rail- tlon. Ooaldcr Joh Carlisle Uath county Is experi- put Into cultivation, and ns n result road from Itockport, Jnd , to Hickencing tho greatest tlmo In her his- the agricultural resources of Hickman man, Ky. All Its surveys hno been Sheriff, Fulton Co tory closing tho celebration of her havo doubled nnd trobbled In lees tha made from Itockport to Padticnh, and Owlngsvlllo, tho county half a decade. This was but the centennial. first the survey rrom l'adiicnh to Hickman seat, has been thronged with tho I'hniie JOS. mil to life or this stooping village. wns started on September 2C, nml greatest crowds of pcoplo over known Tho Mengel Ilox Co. soon aft rwnrds right or way nnd terminals have alTho celebration has been a thoro g for tho natives and for- began enlarging Its plant there nml to ready been secured In Bnst Hickman mer residents of tho county who havo Increase Its forco or inon until today ror it. The i'nnanm anal will opn O. moved to other counties and states, It carries approximately l.nitn em- for navigation by December SI, 1913, many of them coming to tho county ployees upon Its payroll. A n nat- which will force a demand for nn infrom a great distance for tho first ural consequence or these Ir 'roased land harbor r Brtftf Slwr U6t Bildifl, somowhoro ns fur north " time In years. activities, the population or Hlckmun ns K)nlbIe In tho Mississippi river I'honc Nn. SI was Increased to almost double In tho Hlikiunn Is the central point between TEACHER IN JAPAN. Kv-verom-baitwo-ncro i , I -n en-war- d L nt IK-tlr. Sholbyvllle. A looso leaf tobacco market will bo established hero. The contract for n steel building lOOxlSU feet, which will cost $10,000 nnd will bo completed by December 1, has been nwnrded. It will bo built on a lot Immediately adjoining a largo redrylng plant at tho lllojiulleld branch of tho I & N. Tho slto wan bought by popular subscription and given to tho company. OTHERS TAKE NOTICE Of Hickman's Dazillno pectt for a Great City. past ten years according to the I' 8 Pros- - returns nnd the motx or this Increase bus n within the lwinl fl )ears tx-v- Die Oolf and the grtnt luk wat-r th' head of dwp slitslppl n The bend In Hi. Hickman forms a nniumi l t f harbor one nml mile with wnler from fi" in deep In the loweet staRr ui .i only romllUun nf the klml d tire course of tho river, tim man the piece of nil oth locntlon for title sr. n' sen)Nrt. The UHinetit'ertng of railroads to net ettloH in :i Juet at this time etregih !. nuiuent that Htekman'a nnu- vnntngee with reference i,, mt i U-- eup-pose- d i . "' L homo-comin- l(i T3oitlt STUBBY WWVWVWWW HopklnsvIIle. Tho Iter. Milton 1 Clemens, pastor of tho Cumberland I'rcsbytcrlnn church, has roslgned his chargo nnd, accompanied by Mrs. Clemens, will leavo for Japan. Ho has accepted a position as teacher of Kng-lls- h In tho Japancso public school at Osaka. 8TATUE OF GEN. MORGAN. Lexington. Oen. John H. Morgan, which will bo erected In tho courthouso yard, has arrived from Tlrooklyn, N. Y., whero It wns cast, nnd will bo placed in poIs now being erected, is finished The statuo Itself wolghs 6,000 pounds. Work will bo pushed to complota The "Snappiest" Line we've ever shown Jfmberg's Favorite .; Tnp nAW v.U,v. nnni- - a.uuac MU... ...til ...v..v., rrnn nf wuKt Um..n iiiuianci win suuii urnve; Inave icucr irom mc pi I.. r . . 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 L or iai season, so ir you aon'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." 1 Tho bronzo statuo ot Millet & Alexander smsmmmgmmmmmm sition ns soon as tho pedestal, which hUJMllW Mi I II. fak ,f , 11 r 1 1 1 1 1 'Mil ' 1 1 1 I m tho task oeforo tho unvolllng, which will bo held on October 18. Work has begun putting tho granite base In placo In readiness for the statuo. MOW Purna whim. .vm. .t steady to tho Ian Urop. For tiia sakn nt ii.,,.."i. .,.1 lamUy, insist on having Smokeless - Bootless Odorless Coats no moro than tnnu. Saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer has "it in barrels direct rrom our wo LOUISVILLE. KY. Kcflaery Warren, fa. UUh-GraMolo, Online. Oil. II THE TIME TO SELECT YOUR HEATER Solite Lamp Oil u... CHA5. C. 5TOLL OIL CO., d, .... We offer Colr'c Orlclnil Hot Clul Iltitlnr RtoTti with eooodfnre: Ibrj ir tb BJiJt. Too btrt perfect control otcr tbe Ore t all timet, tbtn the coil doei not nuts w.j ind jou don't bire to kindle t Arc la tbe moraine with other tore.. Tbli tralr crett Heater ! trowlnr la popular fator year after rear. Wt etpect to doable oar ulee on Ibem tbta Tear. Ooma now tod make four aelerlloa. We will bar oar Healer readr for jou wbeo roe wlio it put op, HICKMAN HARDWARE CO. Incorpor-le- Ut 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. d 'JOS. L. AMBERG Hickman Courier and Commercial Appeal 1 year, $1.25 Lyric Saturday Nkjtat. .V -- r-- t i- r- -' t F t, T ' Wltl ,r- - Vit-- J -- - rsatA'- - v BEHMH IffiaiS BEHHET CUP VICTORY TAKES NEXT RACE TO QERMANY FOR 8ERIE8. Hunt Gerlcke, German Dalloonlit, ered 490 Milei, Unofficial Figures 8how. k msna Cov- UNION CITY GIRL. Lured Away by Dive Solicitors at Cairo. t City, Oct. 10. Hy winning balloon rnro for tint Cordon Dennett cup which id from Kansus City last Thurs- ilnim Oerlcko of Oormnny pro- (1 America from retaining tho 'iv permanently, asaured n con- Mom of the International dories of nnil won tin next contest for in country.landed nt Lads VUi, .ke. who490 overed mllea. according to compiled hy oMrlnla of Ihn Iuh of America. Oerlrkp's own s Kite him 760 kilometer, or , u.llea Ilia nearest compelllnr 1, tit Trnnk I Ijibm. In the Am- hi balloon Iluckeye. reprvsoiitliu: v. u rlub of Bl Loiila. who came r Saaawrl v iimmrmi aim..- rlA " ; --- .. . ?$ y ii U4' Tm 'j v . - "r. c ' r r i - j vJr, li&Bl'fOi &. . t w. X i to Wim vA r '2hr& v.. kfw,ym. vitt jn.' ' b ss t '- , - V3 yc? NffliW afv JNFkm lm The "white slave" traffic goes merrily on, and Calrp seems to be tho headquarters of a regular organized gang of vandals w ho pursue that abominable business or this Immedl- jat6 section. Not long ago a young lody of Hickman became Intangled In the meshes of this gilded wob. It is difficult to rescuo them from theso pits of blackness wlicn once they havo passed the danger line. Not long slnco n Union City girl was enticed away from her home, by theso l solicitors, and tho federal court is rightly making It hot for thorn. Tho young lady In question Is Miss Rob-bi- o Mnlpas( daughter of R. L. Mai-pasho-devls. r ! i , w " J I mi wff .rntm mfe&Jft Wi & : JW "j?r: ms fAlf&KL VMJ . '. d t i .a Herman aerotmut and his aid in !) in n wilderness, and alihouch no hnrdihlpa It was ner 4 lionrs ofor they made Ihelr way 'uriiph office. In tho meantime )ii nthar entries had heen henrd r and ofMclnla of tho Aero Club r K annas Clt) naked Fred C Alns t ti Nl)uinnt RiHiprnt of lh United -i urinv. that nil life putUik and r utailona of tho Kreot lnkoi be i i in. ts to look for tho missing bnl nt It wn shortly after thla mca ns wnt that the tolrtunm was t fiom Oerlcke Winners of Cup Races. f iri ram from I'nrla. Frnncn. In m hy l.lit Fmnk P Ijhm. t x A . dlMnnrt 102 mllea I inl rjiro from ttt Ijtita In 1907 Ann h Oacnr Hrbaloh of (iurmnny; ' l ' . - lunui Crone. Clly. Wis., 370 mlln Lir --Ji iuLaaxf JKZl', MnL irnkf) Mm Wf 7 (mS. xM i ferf ' rf: Vi arti if If 1 1 '11 JCIr-MtSm f men nam llerlln. Oormany, In ' Wnii hy Col. Tbeodoro fichnok if .urerlnnd; distance 7$fl mllea r irth race from Zurich, Hwltzer-in 109 Won by IWgar W MU of Anirlta dlatnmo M" mites rifth rarw from fit Loula. In 1910 V r hy Alan R. Ilawli.r of America. d mi. e 1 171.9 mllea. ith race from Knnana Cltr. Mo. !r Ml Won by liana Uerlrke of Cer-- i .a dlitanen (unnfnclnl) 90 mllea ' .1 . it R7! 25 mlla m v k 1 ImMi' iWAWi0 P ll ' m U v ml I mf V Fit t t Hi J ' - M'i W jb mi t Mnde in byrncuae Kf. PEACE Hon PACT INDORSED GcrmaivAmerlcan Alliance In Conven. Assembled Favor International Treaty. Tho Hermans States, aa represented Alliance. In The Season's Best Styles for Men It has taken months to get together a collection of carefully selected clothes for ' 'i -- ashlnRton, Oct y0. t.e I tilled the l ;rman-AnicrlCA- set t The dslecatoa contention, slcnlfled their i that Germany enter Into ncRotla-t- i i s with tho United Htats for a rcu-ararbitration treaty similar to thorn th Oreat llrltaln and Franco pond-irw- t utincntlon by ths United Btatos . those who dress in good taste as a matter of training and an instinctive desire to be above criticism. The new fashions of the sanest and most sensible type are here. We want you to see them. We believe buying will follow inspection, but we want you to see them. Give us your opinion of our efforts. passod a resolution - manv had omclally dsclarad Its willingness to negotiate a similar tri stv t- akinc die annnto to ratify the two tn vie wltliout nmendmont, but atlpu )M that It should bo dono only after BALTZER & DODD'S DRY GOODS CO. INCORPORATED Revival meetliiK at tho Methodist church will begin next Sunday, Oct I .'.ill Then- - will bo preaching nt U a m and 7 p m. by the pastor We hope for full attondanco at Sunday School at 9 45 a. m. Lot all mem hers of tho church, who can possibly do no. attend both sorvlcoa next Sunday, and ovory sorvlco thoronf- ter Wo oxiKct Dr. J. u. wober, iwstor of tho First Mothodlst church. Jackson, Tenn., to como In Monday to help us In tho meeting. Ho ! said to bo a strong. Instructive preach er You will auffer Ions If ou miss an) onu of his sormons. Wo Invito nil chrlstum peoplo to attend regu fully with us In larly and tho work. Of course, tho greatest need of nny town, Is coiiBocratcd, Oodly lives on tho part of Christiana, then, n great need of ours Is full, unhesitating, aggressive, otoady, per- confident, lov Hif.it nt, iik cooporntUo oflort on the part ci ihrlstlaiiH of Hickman, fo r tho cause of their Master. Wo earnest- 1) linlto tho regular attondanco of all who nro not christians. As in dividuals wo will get out of the meet ing benefit In proportion to Interest wo tnko In it. So will tho entire community get benefit nccordlng to the part tho commuunlty takes in It. So will It bo with all the Who then can ostlmato families. tho responsibility of parents In this opportunity? Many flocked to the shows last week. They had health, Uod now time nnd money to go. upon our peoplo to glvo some calls Just nnd earnest attention to more Important matters and go where tho "Healing waters flow." Rv. O. W. Wilson. valuable dressing for flesh wound buriiH, scalds, old sores, rash, chafed skin is DALLARD'S SNOW LIN AIUNT. It is both healing and Price 25c. 00c nnd $1.00 por bottlo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. A nntl-sepll- School WhlpplnQs Opposed. A'lnnta (la., Oct 10. Aa tho result of whipplnRS admlnlatared to two b" In tho Atlanta schools, tho day ' f the rod la noar Ita finish. Tho wom.n of the city nro up In arma nk.iinKt rorix.ral punishment, doclar-In- r that It Is tho place of tho parent - icimlnUter such punishment as Is Iluaolutlona havo Just been Introduced In tho council naklns; that hlp bo abolished. tni-MtV ' jAr$rf-- 4 Heard On the Streets III I I II I I' Cleaners and pressors for particular people White Ilros. Phono 195. Mrs. E. It. Hunzikor has been visiting relatives relatives in Dyersburg. Epects Capitol Removal Outhrle. Decision. rFOR Okln. Oct 10. Atlornvy T r Whltely of (luthrlo, who baa f -- d lth the United States aupremo " rt n petition for a relmarlnR In tho iiuihne Oklahoma City capltol ro-ta case, expects u decision by that 'iMinnl during lis comlnj; session. I1'' Med tho petition soon nflur the "im decided tho cuso In favor of Uk ahoma City. n DRINKS 1 Why not uso dustlees coal for cookWo deliver tho goods anywhere you ing. A. A. Paris has tho real article tell us to. White Bros, Phone 11)5. t.i ,i,,i,i, i.ii TTTTTTTTTTTTTrTTTTTTTT i at the right price. A. O. Coruthers had a new floor Mrs. Gardner's embroidery classes put In his building, occupied by Jones Lonntlc Coal, all grades, from 12 D up. Phono 185. continue to moot. Miss Jessie Outten Cafe, this week. nnd Mrs. Clnrk entertained the class Ralley at tho Christian Sunday Misses Itettio nnd Alllo Doddn hae on Inst Wodnesdny. DawSchool. Itev. Slberal, teacher of A returned from a short slay at Tho offlco of J. F. & S. L. Dodds dult Illblo class I Irs. Slberal, Miss son Springs. Co. has been moved from over tho Lucllo Hondurant, Mrs. Peck, Mrs Mrs. II. N. Cowglll, nccompanld Hlokmnn Dank to tho wagon factory Stephens, teacher of Intermediate, by hor husband, rournod from Nash-villa- , office. Vo nro Informed that tho Mrs. II. T. Davis, teacher of primary Sunday night. Hor hoalth seems old offlco of II. C. Helm will bo oc- The primary work is in a separate much Improved. cupied vby tho Industrial League. class room, newly and nently fur morning .Mrs IJ. Mr. Helm will occupy tho office va- nlslud. Tho little ones nro espocl On last Tliursday T. Davis Invited a number of friends cated. Ho Is making oxtonsivo Im- nlly Invited. Dcgln tho week right to meet her sister, Mrs. II I King, provements on tho room and will havo Don't miss Sunday School. C. C Smith, Supt. an up to dato office. of Corydon, Ky. Cool and Refreshing T- O- CowgilPs Drug Store where you will find everyfirst-clas- Am Authentic Fall Styles In Trimmed Hats BSHHEBIHBVMBVBVBYBVBlBVBBVBYflBBBlBVBVBVBHBVlBl up-to-da- Speaking of the 'means empolyed to lure the girl nwny the Citizen says: It Is charged hy the government that two women enticed, or abducted from her homo In Union City, Tenn.. a young girl. Tho government will set forth ns facts that tho Stevens woman took ie Mooro girl nnd went out on n scouting trip, seeking young nnd good looking girls. During tho trip It Is charged that they visited ' tho Tennesseo town. It Is asserted that at tho railway station they met one Robbie Augusus Malpas, a comely maid of 17 years. The beauty of the- girl appealed to the womenf It Is charged and Immediately one of tho women entered Into conversation wlht the girl. During this conversalon" It Is charged that tho Malpas girl was asked whether she was employed In Union City, and on being informed that sho was not, the woman offered to obtain for her a position, as telephono operator nt Cairo, 'asserting, it Is charged that they were out for tho conip:my( seeking bright, young girls who would make good oporators. It In charged that they held out to the girl a brllllnnt future, telling her of tho gay times to bo had, tho theatres, parties and lndependenf. life she would lead. She finally consented to tako tho telephone Job, It Is said, nnd made arrangements to buy a ticket. Sho was then informed that her transportation had been arranged for and that she was to pay tho money back to the women after she had obtained employment. According to tho government, tho girl was guarded closely and when she would return to her homo sho was not allowed to do so. Sho was told on her arrival at Cairo, It Is said, that it would be Impossible to get her work In tho telephono office, but she might continue to reside at the Stevens home until such time as sho did get employmenL It is charged that one night the Stevens woman brought some men home and Insisted that tho girl entertain them, keeping her In close confinement when she refused. Later, It is charged that tho woman learned that a brother of the girl had arrived In Cairo nnd was seeking hor. The government charges thnt thinking to outwit tho brother the Stevens woman placed the girl In charge of a negro woman who acted as servant and gavo tho woman Instructions to find a boarding place" for tho girl. While the negress and the white girl were seeking a boarding and rooming place police officers espied them, and because of the suspicious actions of tho negress, arrested both and took them to police headquarters where the girl told her story. Some tliuo later tho girl was released. When tho government made an attempt to find her it was learned that she had left Cairo and Union City and gone to some unknown point. A fow months ago sho was located In Rock IIIU, S. C, where it is charged by the government, she was sent by friends of tho accused women. If tho good citizens of Cairo haven't enough Interest In their young women to clean out the 13th street dives, the surrounding towns should get In behind them with tar nnd feathers, rope or any other means that will get results. Cairo's Immorality, which is about as rank as any town In the world, not only affects Cairo, but roaches out ami despoils tho daughters of cities around It. - l 1 thing usually served at a s Soda Fountain. Miss some of the sweet things life, bnt don't miss the pleasures of a box of in "Hurler's Candy " For sale at Our superb display of Autumn and early Fall Hats stand absolutely unrivalled in quantity and variety. Our showing has attracted wide attention and adOur superb exhibition of miration. millinery is kept to the of excellence in BB7 ' variety and beauty. size, goods in millinery every day. Call and see them. We are receiving new te top-notc- Never out of Work. Tho busiest llttel things ever made y are Dr. King's New Life Pills. pill Is a sugar-coateglobulo of health, that changes weakness Into strength, languor Into energy, brainfag into mental power; curing Constipation, Headache, Chills Dyspop-sia- , Malaria. Only 25c at Helm & Kllison. v Ev-ord h On Wednesday, Oc. 4, tho Literary Club held its first meeting of the year They with Mrs. Henry L. Amberg. have tho Day View course and meet BALTZER & DODDS DRY GOODS CO. INCORPORATED on alternate Wednesday afternoons, Officers: Mrs. Isler Pres., Mrs. Thompson V. Pros., Miss Mnttlo Sect. For a ueat Job of undertaking Hickman Furniture Co. De-Uo- w Cowgill's Drug Store mtii' It's a J : : : : : : : : : L ?iS J The Courier's Weekly Sermon Tll tllUTOir IMTM4Ml.t.-J . ,....w.. W &?.Yt&?&f&SiZVZ: ..v, ,: r ii. s, I 7-- t Ky. Lump Coal 4.50-li- n Let mc save you money on your coal. LOOKOUT Cold wcntlier is coming and if you wnnt the best icaulta get your stock shod nnd their feet will grow out nnd keep the cold mud from making sore nnd tender feet. dont know nl mtl us hnving the best nltip If you Swell . rsrfy .r wu. , 3P ' DARWINISM DYING, IS UNSCIENTIFIC. The Fixity of Species Is come nntl see. inn J .. vntl j nre mrle juu Wilj the beat doctor, svn ifnnr hnran nn.l jr... iiuim. iittuii si, irs why not get the I t innn to put them on . -1 Job: : : : ! for a man to try and fix his own plumbing He stands about as much chance of succeeding as he would of crossing the ocean in a tub. Don't try to be your own plumber. The minute anything goes wrong send for us and save yourself a lot of time, temper, trouble and money. The : : : : : : : : : : Life Ii In the Blood" "Sins Visited Upon the Children Unto th STEVE PHONCS STAHR BOTH It a wny of Ufo our Itwlit'tner tlirouch resurrection nnd restitution has been opened up Hits Is the mean Imk of our tett nnd Is fully concurred who says, "Almost In bv the AmmM( nil thine are bv the l.a purged with blood, nnd without shedding of blood Is no remission" of sins. Litest Deductions of Scienco Scientists now learn not only that different species will not nnmlK'niimtc, but that different breeds of tho saruo species crossed cannot 1k maintained, but ulll revert tips In to their originals In the third or fourth generation I'll doubteill.v this was what troubled Mr Darwin In his rearing of fancy breeds of pigeons nnd his Inability to main tain the fancy vnrletlcit. The same principle Is found everywhere at work Different varieties of pens rrossed hnv, produced new vnrletles only to return In the third or fourth generation to their orliflnnls. Moreover Dr Thompson proclaims Hint he And. In full hnrmony with our text, that the life Is In the blood and Hint by blood rvni'tlnn It ean rendlh he determined which nulmnM hrloruc to n rcrtnlu species and whirl) do not The custom heretofore has lioen tn classify animals br their bones and n st u re. which has alwnys been huh or less uttUfa tory The bhHul Is now found to be the Miire test nnd one Third and Fourth Generation Nntlre. flld I'astor Itussell, n text which alWHy MHmed to ti hnnl and cruel. Imt whlfh we find, on the eni It trar.v. to !m turn Iful and rrnrlous. rvmU. "I nm n Jentous 01. vtMtlng the Iniquities of the ret uMn the rliiidrwi unto tlie thtnl nnd fourth of them tlmt Imte Mo" The life Is In the Mood T1h law of hereilltr carries I hi purity and dlsisise tliroiiiili the blood In Veri It nut for the Divine provision tlmt tlies Mntsll orKnnHms of dsi-s- t or iIomI linpiirity will die out In the third or fourth generation, our nice long slnee ould have been wIimM off the f of the earth The Divine nr rniigenHnt that Infectious germ dls eases such ns syphilis wHI die out In tho third or fourth generation Is a most merciful one Thus Oml shows mercy unto thou sands of them that love Illm nnd seek to keep tho Divine rominnnds. Thus the theories of innn crumble, one after nnother as the decades Mlp by and ns they have been doing for centuries, Hy mWro-orgaiilim- s Third and Fourth Generation." MldOconn. 8. Pastor Ituwcll Is for hi, fall visit to hi London charge, full of vigor. Crossing the ocean Iom no tlmo for Mm. lh is nr compnnlod by his stenographer, Mr ICuUierford. nud Oe-tole i The Best When you have n piece of work thnt no one else enn do bring it to R. L. Grny's shop nnd you will find n mnn, L. A. WOLVERTON of Nnshvillc, thnt enn do it for you. . J If It Cots No More In Town you nrc look!ing ROBERT COLLIER the old relinblc hi t K smith, come to the ,,. shop nnd a will see the best sli r nnd nnils that hnvc cu-been kept in Mickm.i to-dn- tc 'I pASIOK. KUSSEiD ; Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. Wo. 75 ! Bofi Phonos throtiKh the MIIHM REFLECTIONS Where a girl takes her mother's vice It's a sign she protends to. OF A BACHELOR. ;U. ; ; ; M. Attorney-at-La- TYLER w A woman never gets old enough to express It In years. J; ad- and Notary Public ' Will practice m all ourts s Impossible for him to blamo It on his wife. r ; or uic kJiaic Xiy. J Maybe tho reason nearly all women DEZlolKOiAXi, When a man has a cold It's next to Lc Office with Judge B. T. Davis aro sb good Is theytdon't really like to be. I ; Tou can tell how much ono woman hates another by bow nice sho oan be to hor. By the marrlago ceremony a mas U sentenced to needing to hustle for A man feels Important about most few. anything that seoms of no Importance Pitnvln'M Evolution theory, that nmn to others. iniiic fnnn a monkey parentage and tins been erolutlng higher and A costly thing about marrlago la higher for thousand of years, flndf Telephone orders receive our personal attention. putting It off and spending more be- npimreut niiiHirt In tho rapid growth of InMllgenrp during the past fifty ing engaged. years. But those who heed tho Itlble If a woman can'tbo appreciated And n more satisfactory explanation shell bo Just aa grateful for a word In its teaching, that we are In the ditwnlng of n New Dispensation tho of thanks. MoHfelsnlc period so long promised of Phone 74: It's easy to got money and put It Oml us the time In which atl tho famASK FOR RATES Into your pocket; the hard thins (&o ilies if the iirth will bo blessed. mako It stay there. The Blood of Atonement The Itllile theory of man's sin and CHURCH St. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL To have It reproach you when It omlemunilon to death nnd of a reServices: It the best place for your con demption of Adam's nice from the science to be would bo In your liver. power of death by the blood of Jesus Every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. New York Press. Is out consistent narrative Hecnuso Sunday. Holy Communion Every 1st original sinner oik innn alone wns-tli- o kmtaisi. ihiikii ka and the sentence enme by one, thereJUST THOUGHTS. fore It was posj'llo for Divine mercy TOM DILLON, Sr Prop. W. J. McMURRY to arrange t lint by the snrrlflco of the HELP THE KIDNEYS Attorney-at-LaMany a girt goes abrpad to finish aa Klrhteous One. the Just for the unjust, 'Hiircntor to 11. (I. llAniiuix, lrcsr j Hickman Readers are Learneducation that has never even been ilif entire rare of Adntn mlcht te ing the Way. Office In LaCIede Building on corner. begun. e Judli lull; freed from tho death Hickman, Ky. and Ih permitted to have n resurWe can, all draw our own Infer- rection from the dead nnd tho opportuIt's tho llttlo kidnoy Ills ences, 'but we dont have to color nity of restltutlnD and to approvo H JLw-jH.'Tho lame, weak or aching back OR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD them. tliemselves to Ood for everlasting life. Tho unnoticed urinary disorders Dentist This, the IllbU' theorj'. lays the wbolo CURDING, STONE WORK OF A. That leads to dropsy and Uright's Cven when he reaches the top of xtress of oilviitlon upon the work of Uavldsoa'a old stand. Phone No. 2. KINDS, IRON FENCING. disease the ladder a man isat always above Hickman, Ky. Whon tho kidneys afo sick. suspicion. Kcnluckv Hickman, Help them with Doan's Kidney Pill wV.i ""irntom The fellow who is Jilted when a girl A romedy especially for sick HICKMAN FURNITURE O. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. marries another man la sometimes the first to get over it. Doan's havo been curing kidnoy Phone 20 day or night. troubles for 75 years. It certainly Isn't the absence of raw Hickman, Ky. Endorsed by 50,000 people endorsmaterial that keeps a man from maked at homo. ing a fool of himself. Proof In a Hickman citlzon's stateTHE ELECTRIC STUDIO There seems to be quite a difference ment. Everything In Photography betwoen beginning at the bottom and J. IL Wcatherly, Third & Ivy fits., HICKMAN, KENTUCKY Style, Quality and Prices Illght getting In on the ground floor. Hickman, Ky. says: "For soino timo Next to Price House 1 was afflicted with a most annoying There Is nothing like stacking up niiiKtrroiiH caso of kidney complaint. Thekldnuy against the world to bring out all It. M. IHT.K.n J.J.d. 110NIUIUANT secretions wcro far too frequent In W. F. MONTGOMERY there. Is In a man, unless It is an ooeaa This Woman Had II. T. IIAVIH Insist passage and I had to get up somo OKO.Il.TllltKr.KKI.Il veyase. Undertaker Dr.J.M. HinillAltl) T.A.l.KDPOIll) Strongly, Paid nights as often as soven times. In IIKNIlY 8ANOKH Hearse and drivers furnished on tho morning I fait tired and llttlo Chicago, 111. "I Buffered fromnfe-nial- o Wo want to ask a favor of tho citishort notice. We combine nbsolutc safety with satisfactory service, nn I weakness and stomach troublo, liko doing the day's work. I tried a zens of Hickman and Fulton county mm i went to tho numbers of remedies and doctors, but offer our depositors the most libera) treatment consistent storo to get n bottlo to no avail. Finally Doan's Kidney In assisting us to mako the Courier with sound bnnking. WOODLAWN DAIRY link-ham- 's of Lydla better and nowsler: If you have a Vcgotnblo Pills came to my notlco and getting a A. H. Loot, Proprietor. " visitor from a distance, If some of INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Y C'oiniioiind, but tho supply at Helm & Ulllson'a Drug storo 4J clork did not uniit I began taking them. Tho contotiU your family havo gone on a visit. If The only dairy In to let mo havo it you know of some one who Is Quito Fulton County. J. J. O. llONIlUItANT. I'rentileni ho said it was no of threo boxes restored my kid my s J. A. TIIOMTHON, CimIi I sick. If you know of a wedding, if 11.0 ItAMAOK, Ai.t On.hlrr Rood and wanted mo to n normal condition and improved you know of a death, if you know of something my health." to try else, but knowing a birth, if you know of nn accident, For nu nuotic it x ln- - Fostcr-Mllbur- usale by nil doalers. Price 50c. or If you know of anything In tho Co., Buffalo, N. Y., una iinaiiy bisicu 'wfTiiii f'1 J cot it. nnd I nm so solo agents way of news that would be of Interes for the United States. T xn to tho public, wo kindly ask you to glad I did, for it has cured mo. Remember the namo Doan's and t Xjxajajxrxj know of bo many cases wliero wo"I pleaao telephone it to us and glvo take no other. men liavo been cured by Lydla E.rink-liam'all tho facts In connection with It O. XX. Vcgetablo Compound that I can Dimension Stuff cut to order on that you know; and if you live In the say to every suffering woman if that Phone 4 J t4-Who Is your clothes doctor? No country and have no telophone con- medicine doea not help her, thoro is Short Notice. will." -- ATnection, plcaso drop up a postal card nothing Hint Cldcago,Mrs. Jaultzki, better placo than White Bros. Wo 111. 2003 Arch St., know our business, do our work well giving tho facts In connecMill located on Dresden Road or a letter ago of substitution, and and guarantoo This is tho satisfaction. What mor Wo aro authorized to announco tion with any Item of news. By doBradley & Parham's 2 -2 miles east of Hickman. ing this you will greatly assist us in women who want a euro should insist do you want. upon X,ydla E. llnkham's Vcgetablo Virginia Lutcn Compound Just as this woman did, and If you are in need of anything giving our readers all tho news hap- not accept somothlngelso on which tho Thero'a some class to Bettersworth Basket leaves every penings of the county. Wo want druggist can mako a llttlo mora profit. &. Pratber's 25c Granger coffeo. Havo a candidate for Superintendent of in this line, see Tuesday afternoon ALL THE NEWS. Schools of Fulton County, subject to Women who aro passing through this you tried ltT Dr. J. M. HUBBARD critical period or who nro Buffering tho action of the Democratic party. from any of thoso distressing ills u. Best Work Lowest Prices ElocUon Nov. 7, 1011. The Misses Burrow, piano and vio- culiar to their sex should not lose sight tho fact that for thirty vcars Lvdl.i of Oar fnwTriT Granger coffee, at 25c, lin, and Miss Soulee, vocalist, at tho E. llnkham's Vegotablo Compound. X3 33J3T Is U1 the talk of the town. Bettor Lyric, Tuosday, October 10, 1911. Al- - which Is made from roots nnd herbs. Havo yon tried It that new coal, Oan lots c Wc eoffees. Phono 38. so moving pictures In connection with has been tho standard romedyfor fe. washed aau graded to regular elztxi malo ills. In ilmostovcry community 1 PV,-,- r A Frather. Mswt-- A BeUemrertk z P . H tliuuic HI lumps especially suited for cooking. Let us figure on that bill of .aw..v. will llnd women who have been H the entertalnmenL Admission 25 and Keynolda Mom ft Co., In restored to health by Lydla E. link. A A. Paris. 3Gc. J j ham's Vegetablo Compound. Fbme J8 ter grecerles. Mrs. Max Barnes was carried to Nashville last Friday to undergo an operation for some disorder peculiar to her sex. The operation was performed the same evening and late reports says this good lady Is now Improving. Sho was accompanied by her husband and their physician. Dr. C. V. Curlla. money. Great Itrltntu niul Australia. Ills text today was, "For the life of tho flesh Is In the blooT; nnd I have given It to you upon the nltnr ns an atonement for your souN." Leviticus xvll, 11. The trend of nil ncliolnrs within the past forty years In particular has been nwny from the Illble. Even those few who still contend for the Itlble concede much to the 1 1 Ik her Critics and merely strive to retain a hold uiHin certain shred of truth. The Hlble N suffering at the hands of Or perhaps we would Christendom better say. Christendom it suffering from letting loue it? hold upon tho Itlble. Tho Hlble theory, that all tho sin and death manifest In the world resulted from Adam's disobedience. Is now generally denied. Consequently those who still preach a forgiveness of sins nud an evnpo from the penalty of sin are In the minority. And thcf who ndmlt that tho death of Jesus was nerewnry m n the Just for the unjust, aro extremely preacncM weekly to about twelve mil lions In the I'tilted Stnte". Cnniula, uowspnnors r The Everything You Want MnMMMBIHHni I Grocery Snow Flnkc Flour. Best Meats in the city, fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guarantecd.to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties Deliveries Prompt Business Directory MATHENY BROS. & PLANT 1 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS sen-tciir- Marble and Granite Monuments SHE GOT WHAT SHE to Farmers and Merchants Bank WANTED bat it r. Rough Lumber Tor Sac... B Try FRESH MEATS MOOIU3 LAUNDRY i y" m