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The Hickman courier: October 19, 1911 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 hic1911101901_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: October 19, 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. jjjAIma1 a. I $1 ? ' s. ,jU In . per Year Advance irrptlont In ni. only e OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Ajvvays Stops when your time U out. We dont tn forcing n on anyone. fnper do not wnnt to sn I a i copy, keep the tnbscrlp-tlo- n np. pnld A notice of ejplrn-tlo- n U given hero IS days ahead with II ,ri rap eliuuBh ymm ,ity paper col nV No limn ! tKior to.peiul nriiiniiit for n Hint bum rminly nml i. l THE HICKMAN COURIER. Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, II r-- m local News 1911 Number 18 A Blue Mark Local irette Coal, all grade, from bt I'bODO 18b. Chats 12.5 MIhii Maggie U lllro was lu I'll Ion City, Friday. mill outfit com-- i ' Cltinnura and pressor for imrtlcul.tr Cnycu .MIIIIiikCo. IkioiiIu. White UroH. l'boiio 195. u SALH-r-Sn- w a bargain J. C. I'atturson returned Saturday .lellti'r tliu gooiln anywhere you ,. to. WliUo llroa, 1'hoiio 196. from a btmtiift trip to Trenton. Toon. II c. Harrett, funeral dirvctor and Dr. J. W. Nnylor linn Mild Ma rti.ualaitr, with BL Louli Kurnleului, proiwty nt Cnyoe to Oeorge Co. I'ewllt. ublltlrttii went i ilflin, wlfu-anJoe Wall has returned from .MeiiKfl-wiMx- l iahh Thursday night on a abort . trip. wlmre h linn boen at work for wnl vHk. i. ular aonlcva nt tho I'roebytor-- , Why not uso dusllcsa coal for cook Win. O. Stock- i uurcu Sunday. ing. A. A. KarU baa Uio real artlclo Mrnldur, at the rlgbt price. OarHtt lUpley returned to ,,t C. C. Smith and II. L. AmliorR were , . landing, Mo., Friday ou the . . i towbO.it. In ClujrlMton, Mo., tlio hillnr pirt of e r I Vl'l MI ,5fcVI p.y I !l l rfSf' ! fflM' wmzz I House of Quality I I I I I" in rt Quiic - Ti5ffl 1 l-'l&fi- I ,i - Lncflo Iloiiduroia i.r, Mr, vlaltlng llnrdy IJhom, lu Uic l Ukt lor u few tlnyn. ri.e Heekham hue itioVi'O fit truM Donaldron I'olHt, Mo ..r whool advantage. ' . hrw I'rlilny, A wtk on bimliiowi. linrHco CoombtM, eatlihrd custouiur 1'bono Suits IDfl Overcoats 7 affc I xeai xeai iw m of Mabul, wan ltmvIiiK Hiidny nlKbt for fit. lunula to buy HtxVls. our bust Wo can aatUfy you. Is IDC. My thank, to you, ... i ') Tbo American National Hank and the Union lMiuk and Truat Company, M. A bay ware inula, about of Nnahvllle, havo bon ooiiHolldaUd. era old, abort chain ou nwk. John llHKnn baa bcou hoiim for tbo .i ihla nd and loam where she rmat wek oh necutiut of tbe.norlouR UiHusa of h mother, Mra. Julhtu llaxnn. Faulks Who bo ntH at W. A. llliiilinw, proprietor of on .' in- - Menflel plant nt .Memgei- .. rummed litf to hla former of our furry linen, U In Mule Hock. Mil wrirtuL Ark. It la ruuionil Uiat be" will local there. . glad to Itxun Utut 1'iim im rwOowtHK from Uio of- - Have Inreo aupply Of paper white In NnrottMHi, Cblneao Kacrud lllltw. and nil otfntlon for Muh II. U at a hoapUat iH.N'aah. llyflduth bulba an hand. All largo, Hold, fine bulb. i i Mtyt-Kroiikto of l.oUrAVlll, . dlmI a position hi thu offfe m uffel lUtx ComiwHy' here. lute .Mcifibboll, Whlto Uroi. Uaach. I'a.l rnnater of our mother apeech. I've read your "Ne'er Do Well" clear through, I've ahuddered when the bulleta 3ew; I've Irlid Klltely not to look a When happened In the book-thl. Iiaa cauaed me moat dallcht. The hero In hla ault of white. Hurrah for Chrl.tyl he who drew The hero'a clothlnir neat and new For every place and every acene. And alwaye kept him epruce and cteajk What thouxh he faced old Caravel Or euffered tormenta In a cell Or .tumbled through a rainy nlaht. The hero', eult waa alwaya white. anod friend Ilea H Bxel u axel odd xeal Hut I I I YT " QiSS I I I I I I I Twaa while. not the leaat Hla trou.era were exactly creaaed; III. face waa .haven, and hi. ahtrt Hhovied never any .moke nor dirt; 111. ahoea were white aa driven .now Though through ten mtlea of a warn p he'd Indeed-Uia- t'e Rub. Coats SEE 'EM BEFORE YOU BUY 5J fi awF go. Though dragged and pummeted In a flcht The hero'a ault waa alwaya white. Though he might tnnlga Culebra cwt. Or alumber In a nol.ome hut. Or nearly atarve and tramp the .treat. HI. clothing stilt wan white and neat; Continuously pl. k and .pan lie wa. a most Ideal man. Dead broke, mallgne! and out of luek. Ha alwaya ore Uie whitest duck. The atnry's .plendld. Rex, old boy, A ttbrant thing of .tiife and joy. And O. to read It, and to eee How neat Kirk Anthony could bet Not many heme, could ko through Hla trial, nnd hla Borrow., too. Hut glory tm' It end. all right; He'a .till drawn In that ult ao white I MADE A SALE. imii i. IiHB mid bar gramlfatk-iMtfH- . an xtH(ll orPulloH, left vML to her and fnmlly In kuK r-- c Will l )! I'rhnk Von Horiien, Jr., Alfi and ron Ift on TJiurndny nlHbt of Hk for IjuUvllle, wboro Mm lent Von HorrU'a will romaln aovoral wwka iiiulrr tli ran- - of pbyalclanH. mo&M, in ! mwv l" Ilia rir-in- I I I CONFIDENCE. H. E. CURLIN House of Quality "WE c k !rtsM-- woman's nilmontu nro invited to writo to tlio nnniM and h. l'liikluuna lioro givon, for imsUlnj inof that oum funuilo lU. Coiiiinuiil 16, i i; l , M -- Mr.KfliU.HlUkit,lt.P.l).N.5. uiitnr nritMiini. ln DUnlarrmrnta. lUak IImi, IWl 19 JIlBn.-M- ra. Anna Artarann, "r..i,ii -- Mn.nirUtlnitltMl,l(inMonn.lt!t hii k, M.t -- Mr., hathwi II. Ufxlm, 11 V 'Hi Main M -Iiuk.KI l.lFt. w,,k.,. hi.Mr. , ., i m i Vn.leiTllla.ra.-M- r. 1 lahlmi. Mu.-- Mr. I. Macgla W. T. l'uruall,307 Uwwlii Jrly in -- Mr. AUtiia Hiillufc-- Hot CI j. urn 'U.hin Mm.lklt.1lay.TUMInralAr. na.Mi.i-Wlllio i. nmtnuio.-llrt.II. Hou1j,7 Jjut- m. I- - A. Mr Culao,.IU-M- ri. Wm. Tally, MS i W. filril. Aiuuuo. Calrtlmilt. WU.-il- ra. Mn, O0n K.K. I'alnfiit Trrlmla. 11. Hcbattner, ulla Mr II, i ring. Nil- i Vr-- SwniiJ K. Krana, M Ilalaej kijn, N. Y.-- Mn. Hi Kr -- Mra. I.lule llullan.1. t,Va.h.-lri.i:ilUthT it.r, III -- Mr, .1. ll.Cauiiilxll.'JLKINnrlh BU - Mrs. Illa II Moroni. Adrian N Oiiiiril, IUIIImre.iilil.-Mn-- r .r. llvul-.nH- Alien Klrlln.XU t Urrllla,dl.li.-M- ri. Atwilar. Olilo -- Ml Htlom lift -- Mr.IJifloR.Ilnkl,H.IUN" T rorloam, I.i -- Mr. (laJtoul!lonJau,lMi "r.aicmr MU Mui ka, Iii.l.Mr. Ctai. Uaucr, Hr., t.XJ tMt Marlon 8t. Itvr.e. l..-Katla KuMk, It. J. Iln tt. licacrrallt.I'a.Mra.V.IMloTit,VIIUiaiiAv. Matrrnlly Tnmtilra. I). K. Alliir. Uranauli, M...-l- lr. hi It I -- Mr. Will O. Klnff, lloiMI. ai itailt, .Nrtl.-- Minnie Muelliaui.t. Julia houlchack, rralrle.ulhliu,WU.-Mr- a. 11. No. I. irSa.llk.lloilK3. NmaniM,.MIli -- Mra.M K. lloi CM. K. It. Maann.lt.il. N". 2. Hum, u A A.llalangar.U.K lt.1. Ws Back Up Our Statements With Our Per.onal Reputation and Money. Wo nro so poMtlrc thnt we enn constipation, no matter how chronic It iii.ii. thnt wo offer to fiinilnh tho nu'ilklnc fri-- t of nil cont If we full. We think thnt It U worse than useless to attempt to cure constlpntlou with cathartic tlmr i. Cntlmrtk-- may "8lr," aald the book aRont, whlk iln much burin. They nmj cnuso n Irritate nnd weaken tho bowels. lag the prospoctui from beneath hla "I have hero The Complete ni.it make eoimtlp.itltm more clininlc. coat Constipation Is oftcu accompanied Hcfercnco Hook of Handy Hints and and umy bo caused by wealAiess of Saplont Suggostloni.' It cornea In one largo volume at $10. Vou pay a dol- Hie nerves and muscles of the large down and tho balance In monthly- intcstliio or colon. To expect n cure USE" co DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE u -- f il I I. And don't have to grease but once a week. s Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Wo nre glad to learn that the .Milting Company's products Cay-c- o lar -" Wn.r, Irregularity, lluffalo, K Y.-WtMbMlrr,' InJ.-M- Clara Darbraka.nMarla- - ra. May IVal, It II. No. 7. U alli, N V -- Mrf.J.11. Ht. . tkliaar, Ill -- Mra Uco, Strtckler, 1L Nu.6, Huifano, Olilo.-M- ra. Oram. Jwla fjr?:, II.11. !UI lloxM. uUi Haiifi.rtl, Ma.-- Mr. Hiarlra A. Auatln. N hi npctadr,N.Y.Mra.lI.l,urUr,7riAlbany - r.w.St. Iuult riacliar.SJMon- - Murraytllla. Ill -- Mr.. ra. l'bllaJol.bU, ra.-M- Orarlau Trouble. Mlnn.-M- ra. CIim. Moora 3. Cbaa. Uoall, N. Mlnnnai" ll, John 0. MolJan, John lUcUanl.. rranti, lt.r.1). I. , cal Information" 1 "Nopo. I'm busy." twonty page of kitchen recipes, ten pagoa " Husy. Git!" ' "No! " of gartlonlng Instructions and a ' dopartmont of "Don't want It," growled the man. monthly Inatallmenta of a dollar. There are forty pages devoted" "Don't want "Devoted to household affairs, and pages of medithero are twenty-nv- "In If o Tajl irllle, VaiiJernr Mlckfii lli Unn, t Ill.-M- ra. Ht. Jo flranlhaiu, Rophla V. K. Tiiolrr. 831 XT. We.tw.MHl, MJ.-M- Af. IuT,CU Mo- S10 r.. llanjamln, W.TfrraHauto.In.l.-Mr..ArtlI'-IIamlltliwF.nro.Iowa.,-Mr..Jull.A.8now.It.on. lVnmlo WraknNi. A. 0. I)a ault. a.tcl.iU, l. Jobluton, I'ourla. 4, Anjmta, , ll)l Ill.-- llnrkarlia. (O. Mlnn.-M- Clara U (laawlti, It. It. No. IHnn, It. F, I). 2. II. M. helium, IUKI (I. Ilaar,C2l9 Klnkal.t l(llTua,Olilo.-Mr.CbarleyCbaiimaii,- I'llca. Oblo.-M- ra. Marjr Karlwlna, It. K. 1). 3. lit. I'aul, WomibrMg la.-Mn. ri. Ha, tUliurir. earner, Mn. Mra. TliomaiAtlmrrr. niua likh.1, lll.-- Jr. Anna Schwartf, 32& OrnraHI. VmI lUrl, l'a.-M- ra. Aupntua I.yon.ll.l'.Dt Oprriitlima AvoIiIimI. Hlknton, Mn.-.M- ra. Ioma lli.thuno. MH K.K. Miaalror.town. Criwann. 132. r.-M- rjclnlili'-M- n. Hi Henry LcUoberj, 7U AOama ra.-r.. l'a.-M- r.. b Mr. Cjriu Hctrlcli. F Alkey IdoIU A. bunbam, Iloa Nit Not." Nothing that a man might want to know that ho cannot find In It and" "Does It toll how to get rid of a book agent?" , "Yes, sir. On pago 3G5 It says "Horo's your money. Leave tho "No book." "of llrst old to the Injured. side this thero Is nothing that" "No!" first" , Be- Nrrroua I'ro.lrallnn. ).3. "Thank you. That's says on pago 365." uit what It Knoitinr,Iow.-MrfcCIraKra.,k,it.r.l- iaMliir,Ma.Mra.B.AAVIlllauia,ll2Wft1 .'"Won Are. ( 8t. "ollaTue, Ohlo.-M- ri. lilllU Wlolana, US Manrnn Ht. !I'irMt.VI.-M- r. Ausnuta Vcprmann. (Ironneo, Camden, M..-- Mr. lae MeKiilulit. W. I'.ValentlDe, 002 Lin- - you must thcreforo tone np and strengthen thoe parts and restore them to healthier activity. Tho discovery of the nctlre principle of our remedy Involved tho labor of skilful research chemists. This remedy produces reeulta such an aro exn pected from the best of tho Intestinal tonics, nnd it is particularly prompt In Its results. We want you to try Hezall Order-'le.- s on our guarantee. They are exceedingly pleasant to take and aro Ideal for children. They apparently net dirvt'tly on the nerve and muscles of tho Uiwels, having, it wonld seem, h neutral action on other organn or glands. They do not purge or cause ItiiQMvonlenre, If they do no n chronic or habitual nnd thus relieve tho myriads of Hsnclato or dependent chronic your money will be refunded. Try Hcxnll Orderlies at our risk. Three sizes of packages, 10c., 1!Tm?., nnd fiOc. Remember, you can obtain rieiall llomedles in this community only nt our storo The Itexall Store. The Hlckmnn Drag Co. best-knownstl-p.ttlo- GOOD RECOMMENDATION. aro meeting with popular favor, because young institutions llko this usually have a hard struggle nt first. Financial) tho mill Is doing nicely, nuc tho stockholders are woll pleased with their investment. No reason at all why our Cayco friends should not turn out the best flour on earth, and they nre making a good start. Snt-- , urdny wo overboard a lady, unlntor-este- d In tho success of this venture, praising tho linking qualities of the Cayco flour and thoso unsolicited testimonials nro worth while. This mill naturally gets tho businoss from the territory formerly covered by Mr. Burnett's mil 1, recently burned, nt Moscow, and hns bright prospects for increasing its business from year to year Continuing with good fellows proon tho head of it and first-clas- s ducts, tho Cayco mill will bo a big success. Hickman, Ky.. Oct. 4, 191 U I, .Mrs. Minnie Williams, widow of I.on Williams, deceased, who died Scptombor 21st, 1911, do hereby certify that my husband, tho aforesaid Lou Williams, took a policy with the Life Association of Don lown, on May 17th, 1911, through your representative, JlcL. DeLanoy, Number 22320, and that on Septombor 30th, 1911, I mado proof of my husband's death nnd turned same over to McL. Deleney your and that I havo thl day received payment In full through tho nbove mentioned agent, at their depository, The Hickman Hank & Trust Co., of Hickman, Ky., nnd I want to thank tho above mentioned National I.lfo Association and Its represeuta-Uu-- a for tholr prompt and kind attention. Signed MUS. MINNIE WILLIAMS. Molnos, National ha Muddr. III. Mra. Mivy ()I.I..-M- r.. Olilo.-M- r.. Lliadelplili. I'a.-M- ri. N'laiu AUeiineuy ato. I iier, Kan.ia.mMrf.lJlo8oolt. Thcso women nro only a few of Uioiwanrts of "vlnffwsres of tho ixiwopof Lydla K. PiiiklmmVi Vegutablo Compoinul to c nro fo m ito wiy lisemios. Not ono of thcso womon over received comiiensiiUon in form for tho uso of tlwlr iinmcH in tills 'i,lvorti:so4,Inuntl)n,? " IiiB that wo Rhould refer to them Iwcniwo do other RiiiToring women to irovp that T.ydni h. ti11Wl!1i,n ' VfRoUiblo Omnimiiiiil In a reliable itnd honest i;j",;i "J ' uro K tno HtntanmntH lnailo in our advertisement regunliiiK f It. K nnlioa. C Colo, Frank Clarb, 2118 F- - ij truth nnd nothimj but tho truth. tho Illinois Central strike made freight traffic unusually heavy on bis ' lines. Section Foreman Hums Is at-u".. kicking becnuso trains nro r.o numerous thnt ho can't get a chnuco dience wants to throw something at to keep the track up lu shape Well, me." Judge V S Mooro made a businoss Don't forget we have tbo best lino "III In tho wind that blows nobody of matrosaes. HlcJmiaa Furniture Co trip to Louisville, Saturday. good." Lyric SeUunLav Nlfht. . J12-0- 0 . The Height of Art. you play child parts?" asks the "So roanagor of tho soubrettlsh lady who . has applied for a position. 1 do "Yes, sir," she answers, "and them wonderfully well." "Lots of people do that" "nut I Imltato tho bright child so naturally that everybody In tho au- Mr. Fowler, the popular young agent! ol tho M. & O., nt Cayce, tolls us that CARD OF THANKS. THE HEATER WHICH MAINTAINS Allow us through tho columns of A STEADY, EVEN TEMPERATURE the paper to thank our many friend i Throughout xtro neither yon can keep your 1,n1.l,i,la lor tlU'lr KIIIUIIOSH bouse plant, by u.lng Cole'a Orljlml.Ilot "1U nre orn msni ana j, ow niair "'ter. u now. room, U8 , ,,r I1R the hist il HUBS and living you can heat your for two hour. next morning with the coal put In the night death of my denrllllg little Lois. May iwiurr. aiiuvt u, lu nuviv. jvu KUia God bless each of tbciu. Jesse Alo- and up. rrlctt .Nell nnd wife. HICKMAN IIARDWARC CO. Incorporated '. W GOOD ROADS SPECIAL SEASON OF SPLENDOR BE Great Italian Monument Visited Hickman Saturday, In Interest of Roads. The X. C. & St. U. 'Good Heads Special" vMted Hickman Saturday morning, and after hearing a fine il lustrnted lecture at tho Ljrlc by 1) II Wiimlow, go eminent ixiwrt on road building, wo bellow lliose who luNird him have n buttvr opinion of Kood roads. 1 is a ory worthy tnovoinr-ntand one that should be fruitful We wlih oery citizen of tho county could have been present on this occasion fier lecture at the Lyric, the public was In Wted to risit the train and see n ear npeclall fitted up hy the government for Uie demonstration of road building In this enr could bo so mi cverj kind of road In arious stages ot construction; also mlnaturo models of steam rollers, rock crushers, etc in operation. Those who missed il, missed a treat. Mr low In the course of his 1 ctii'Q ti-t- ed thnt 9S per cent of all freight was hauled oer country roads niKl that this fact nlone should be sufficient cause for a good roads am paign He said Uiat we paid more for bad roads than for good and ind 'ho proof with him. He explained tho advantages of nrious kinds of road" and particularly what kind of a road U best adapted to certain lou.illtt. h the local rdndltions via) lug a lar;o part In the rosult. After being carried out In automobiles by Messrs. S. L. Dodds and It A Tyler and looklug over our soil, , Mr Winslow recommended for our ioeal use a combination known rs sandcla" roads. Sand-claroads are composed only of sand and rlny Th' theory of this combination Is based on these facts. Sand when wet will beconio compact and offers a good supporting surface; whon Iry it is soft Clay when wot becomes I oggy, but when dry Is hard and durable Hence, ono Is a wet weather road while the other Is a dry weather road Since we havo both kinds of wader, a logical conclusion Is that the two materials combine suitable material for rosistlng all kinds of wonlh-or- . , t rfMMMMMrfiMrin Pale Faces Pale-face- d, GENUINE IMPORTED DRE8S ARE TO MATERIAL8 RICH IN THE EXTREME. I shaky women who suffer every day with womanly weakness need the help of a gentle tonic, with a building action on the womanly system. Ifvouare weak you need Cardui, the woman's tonic, because Cardui will act directly on the cause ef your trouble. Cardui has a record of more than 50 years of success. It must be good. weak, and Velvets and Silk Are Staples Striking Colors Also a Feature 811k Corduroy Much Liked for Tailored Suit. Damo Fashion la mnklng up for tho simplicity of her designs by tho splendor of hor materials. New textures show velvets of ovory sort In tho load, nnd thero are lino silks with a satiny finish which, run to superb plush bordorings in lace designs. Tho groundwork of these, that Is, tho el I it part, is always in somo somber color, seal brown, dark ruby, raven blue, black, etc.. but tho banding Introduces tho most gorgeous colors. A Hhadc of old gold, corlso and electric blue are Cut,. Glass Embrncing all the new iCARDUl The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Effie Graham, of Willard, Ky., says: "I was so weak I could I suffered, hardly go. nearly every month, for 3 years. When I began to take Cardui, my back hurt awfully. I only weighed 99 pounds. Not long after. I weighed 115. Now, I do all my work, and am in good health." Begin taking Cardui, today. patterns and an extensive line f the prettiest pieces you ever saw At Great Redactions AhNHb Hill J &t J VLLrY if ill Don't buy Cut Glass until you have seen my line and prices. NOTICE. JTTy"'ll III mum win HTTI in i" inilnji linn, , I J,' It is hereby ordered and direct, d Many New Handsome Silverware Patterns to show you. that the officers of election In Fulton Coiint. at all the voting preeinct of said count, shall open a poll in their several precincts at the next regular 4ectlon. to b held In thta county eta November 7th, 1911. for the purpeHx of Ascertaining the will of th votrs of said county, ukmi the question whether or not they wlh Ob t tie geowally and all spois there of, vis , HorMs, Mutes, Hogs, Sheep and GoMi. to run at tarn in KhUoii County, Kentucky. W. A. N'ayior, SCHLENKEtt The Jeweler pgalii-im'iffi.i- 1 1 iiMMMMsmmmmmrmt SOi, Imperial Roma seemed to be IMnfl again when Kino Victor Emmanuel Inaugurated the magnificent monument to hla Illustrious ancestor, Victor 'Emmanuel I, which rises In splendid tiers of white marble on the slopes of .the CapltoMne Hill. It Is i Id to be the largest monument In the world, and lit cost Is not less than $7,600,000 an extraordinary sum when the poverty of the Italian people Is considered. TTTTVTTTTTTTVTT?TTTVVVt J. f. C. C. U F. E. CASE & SON Stapl e arte Gown of Royal Purple Silk. With Pur. pie Lace Over Qreen Chiffon. Now, by blending tho two, tho sand ttkes tho molsturo from the ol.iy and becomes damp and wolld; tho same procoss makos tho clay dry and It becomes rigid. The building is simple, nnd comparatively cheap. Mr. Wlnslow Informed a Courier representative thnt tho avorago cost for sand-cloroads throughout tho United Stn'tes run up to $710 a mile, but this was due to the fact that in ninny Instances It' was necessary to make long huls of sand on railroads and handle It two or throe times. In our case tho cout abould not excoed $300 a mile. To mako this road, plow up the day road bed about four Inches deep with nn ordinary turning plow. Then put sand about six or eight Inches deep on top of tho plowed surface; follow this with a disc or spiko tooth harrow and mix well tho sand and clay Now drag well to tho contor, so drainage will bo good, ami mako It smooth. That's all. Fulton county, undor management of our prcsoxt Fiscal Court, has as fine system of ordinary dirt roads as will be found in tills section of the state, but no dirt road will evr reach tho point whore furthor work is unnecessary. Our county officials have done well with tholr limited means for road construction, and we loie their efforts will bo so much appreciated that overy citizen will come a good roads enthusiast. Furthermore, every county in the is entitled to tho services freo of a government engineer In the building of ono mllo of model rroad. Why not got ours? Last, but not leant, is tho old homely split-lodrag. It pa u dlvldont than any othor one thing The reason, in road maintenance. we are Informed, is that looking tit dirt road under a strong glnt it has tho appcaronou of a sponge full of small holes. These holes, plus rain, mako innd. But if the drag is run over them, It closes up somo of the holes; in fact overy dragging makes It hotter. Finally the continual uao of a drag will mako the road hard and almost waterproof. Let's go after good roads; bettor roads; and tho best roads. y u g THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING l,SSa aP"jca'cai JhS&MSiM Ftt" h Ti . KTfl.ifjKrTL Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, frc See samples. Fancy Groceries Hardware, Glassware and Jit Courier Office. If your dealer doesn't handle it, write for prices. Hickman Wagon Co. Incorporated STRECKFUS STEAMBOAT LINE . 3. S ' S J)oaoIeJPro0.cubn Flro departments are necessary and save much property, but they cannot bs relied upon always. Although they may put out the fire, water may do as much damage as the fire. Flro Insurance protects you agalnat the lost by fire at well at tho loss by water damage A fire Insurance pot Icy In a reliable company with a rep utatlon for fair dealing and prompt nest la your best protection. Wo rep resent only auch companies. Jar my I. i mi . T - tJl t ! .. i I' I i " J. ' w"11" iirntsi in ;"MaKES'2Hn2"2yiyrfHMMirt ,J Ait ' .11. "7LT. i. TT A,. T7Z. fiilBiiiiiiiiilif!V!f!ki Br.gywMouaiiBegb -- VI 1 srr ft j '7W r . St. Louis Side-Whe- New Orleans Service Passonger Stoamer Qulncy loaves St. Louis Oot. An elegant 1C, Nov. 219. Fare ono way $15,00. Ono way, Including Meals and Berth $30.00. Round trip $05.00. . A BEAUTIFUL IS DAY TRIP Via this line you can reach Southern winter resorts. Our service to bo compared with first class hotels. A ocommodationB for 300 first class ' lassengera. For further Information apply to Gen eral Office, St. Louis, Mo. A prominent horso buyor of Water Valley finds that he has profited on account of the mix-uoccasioned by the strike. A few days ago be went to St. Iipuls and purchased a carload of smalt western horses to bo sold In Graves county. Tho stock man was at tho car In St. Louis when It was loaded, and took noto of the number of ponies ho bad purchased. He then canio on home, and whon the car arrived this week at Water Valley, he found that some of the horses were large, valuable specimens, each worth far more than any of tho ponies that 'had been exchanged en route for the ponies. The exchange came about o cr near Cairo, whon tho trainmen had orders to turn tho Btock out for food and water, and it Is said, thnt tho train crew, whon they went to replace the block, got tho cars inixsd, p blgr H. C. HELM, Agent jhAtfam A and put a few flno horses In tho ter Valley car. Fulton Leader. Wa- MOVED The Electric Studio moved to now qunrtera next door to Fnrniara nnd 1ms Iieon Mor-clmn- some of tho colors that ttrlpo tho borders of theso superb textures. It Is said In high placos that only two, yards and a half wilt bo needed for a gown In such fabrics, and the small quantity Is a blessing, for the materials aro very dear eighteen dollar a yard. In fact Hut excopl for a laco gulmpe and underaleevos and a few raro buttons thoru will be no other trimming for tho gown, which will bo of the costume sort. For tho tailored suit thoro Is no fab ric so chic and rewarding as a silk corduroy, and It will bo tho fad to trim tboso with a limited quantity ot matching braid and buttons of tho Jowe sort. On all thin materials made up o Into toilets of tho kind both satin and velvet will bo used, as welt as iocos niaicning uio roior oi loo gown To accomplish tho exact re production of tint few It Is next to to get a matching lace other-- 1 wise dressmakers will glvo a aamplo, of the gown goods with tho laco to a dyer, and In this way, and this way only, will tho matching laco bo had, Gold lacos, not of tho tinsel sort, but In this coloring, nre to bo to tho torn for Jabota and undersleavcs, and whero thero Is any good laco on hand tho color mny bo achlovod with homo dyolng. In tolnt of gcnoraJ cut theso things are evident: Tho tailored suit la to have tho strlctost up and down lines, these accomplished with unrrow panels on tho tight skirt, with snug sleeves nnd revcrs which give a drooping fall to tho shoulders Tho costumo, that Is tho beidlco gown, will show tho high waist line, a foot trim mlng for tho skirt and a.waist portion of such snugness that It will svom al most tight In tho Illustration Is exploited a now silk, ono with a satin finish, but which has no espoclal namo. Hoyal purple Is tho color of It, a laco In ox actly tho same tono over gTeen calf, fon being used with smart effect for tho trimming The dress, although in two parts, glvos a effoct. and tho buttons aro mado of tho purple. in wiiu kiuum cuiuon covers. ono-ptrcono-plcc- Tinware Standard Gas Engine Free Delivery Oil Phone 183 IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAA Do Ion Know rarelns or tncomprtrn that a pressor may ruin the shape i. and it le of your beil suit V can rest assured when you pi' your clothing troublcr up to i. that thry will be cleaned .is be, and rrfintshrd by ex rerienred workmen only. We call for and deliver your work. WHITE BROS. I'lH'SK llA JMMMUMMMMC: New Things In Cut Glass We have just received a handsonr line pf Cut Glass, including new pat terns never before shown In Hick man, and by all odds the preltlfs' and richest cutting we've ever shown All you who have torpid liver, wfca digestion or constipated bowels look out for chills. Tho season Is here an the air Is full of the disease germs. The thing to do Is to get your liver In good condition and purify tho stom- Saved His Mother' Life. ach and bowols. HERDINE is the "Four doctors had given me up," right remedy, it answers tho purpose Mm I.nlirn fialnna. of AVDca. completely. Prlco COc. Sold by tho La., " and my children and all my Hickman drug Co. mends wero looking :or me to uie, when my son Insisted that I use Bocmuso of the falling off of busi- llnrtrlo Tttttnru. I did SO and they good. I wii me ness tho bank of N'ortonvlllo, Ky., havo donepraisea world of tnom." iiiectnc iiu- always closod its doors. Every depositor t.ti- - (u n nrlrntnca titARinir tft WOmrin will receive the full amount of his troubled with fainting and dizzy spells, backacho, headache, weakness, balanco. debility constipation or kidney disAll advertisements Intended for tho orders, Uso them and gain now health, strength and vigor. They'ro Courier MUST bo In not later than guaranteed to satisfy or money ro- noon, Wednesday. Our patrons will funded, umy tuc at jieim & .uni pk iso govern themselves accordingly son. a llnuk, In Ilnitzor ImlMlnir Good Work Low Prices Prompt Service ML J. PULLEN Proprietor. Cords for Delta. Tho cordollero that was brought out on house gowns last summer Is now wldoly takon up for all manner of frocks. It Is only sultnblo for thono mado with tho hlgh-wallino. The nowest Interpretation of It Is a scrlos of heavy tords covered with silk or saUn, placed close together and finished nt tho sldo of the front with Irregular ends. Theso aro mado of tho cords or of satin, and they Invnrlably havo a heavy taascl on tho end. Ono of the now ovonlng gowns for a fnshlonablo woman has cords of silver around tho white satin gown at an emplro waist Une, flnlshod with tassels of brllllantn. Hickman Courier and 91.25. CommercuU-Appia- The prices, however, are no higher than charged for older patterns. You are cordially invited to ca'i and see this line, whether yow care to purchase or not. BROOKS The Jeweler Net door to Montgomery' Winter is almost hero. Phono I'1 and wo will call for your winter clot' lng nnd put them in first class shapi Whto Dios. Savd money by getting your ham ness frbm tho Hickman Harness Co. l ) X BY I PAYING CASH UNDER $200 DOND. Mote Darkett Dound Over to Grand Jury. Judge Nnylor's court was called Into action Tuosday morning to decldo the ownership of n cortnln mare which was claimed by Saad Salamy mid IiIh undo. Moso Ilarkott. The ncllon was brought by Saad. who tlalmod that .Moso willfully and maliciously look from him 8ald marc and Rold II. thereby greatly damaging plaintiff by rwmon of being unable to continue IiIh sprinkling and oil business niH- trial Jmtly ranked in the clan. Such a conglomeration of facta and nenr-fiiet- s were elvcn In evidence that It would require tho ser vice of the proverbial i'hlladelphla liwjer" to unriddle the matter. Prom what a Courier reporter whs ablo to from the proem. Mono bar gained and conveyed to his nephew one t am. one sprluklim wnnon nud our r.md wagon. Saad Halms that )) ha paid for the outfit: Mom he HHRn't. im In HcltllliC that 'I"1 litigants brought Into trial i .il cl ha oil barrel both full and family rotations In Syria. mii u.h newapnper agencies, mort-kkfights, banana.. niM uordi In both Sjrlaii a Ml HtigllMh, and nuin- rmm other Hoim that lack of space Kl'-a- can snvc you money on your Fall FEDERAL AGENT8 STATE THAT MONOPOLY 13 IN EUROPE. i NO SUGAR TRUST Harness Saddles Collars have n complete line of SailcHt'S nntl will make n dost price on them nil. Report to Congreit Committee It That Combine Controlled But Forty-Tw- o Per Cent of Supply. It was learned experts who have been InvestlKatlnR tho operations of tho American 3uar Refining company, the National Sugar Kenning company, the Federal Refining company (Claus Sprecklea' company) and the Warner Sugar Refining company havo completed their report nnd that It has boon handed to Congressman William Sulzcr, chairman of tho Bub commltteo to the full cotnmltteo ap pointed by tho tiotiao to Investlgato the no called augai triiRt. Tho report will be read at a meeting of tho It will bo that thero Is no "sugar trust" nnd, furthermore, that what Is popularly known na "tho tniHt" controls not morn than i2 per cent of tho sugar supply of tho United States. The recent Increases In the price of augar are laid at the door of a Kurdpean that government monopoly. Now York, Oct. 17. Good... r3sfcal Ks- - ixisz.i&ts - LNVtlSS LJJ'i- air'OTTTA.T r:.'' ' f ; .TTn--ii- r I Furniture i III' rr IV t.. i 1 r -- t .TJi bite ji K2? l3 tsx '- .- JL. 'J u -- iv!iX vvsgs; PI " '!';. t W U Mil mil mil T.iTln uxmx.vm "WM J m. mw m 1 I Nothing adds more to the comforts of home than good furniture, and that's the kind we sell. Our methods of doing business have been tested and approved by economical buyers. 1 II w U f l& ''' . '. fort. Ida UleuUoM. Come in nntl n lnlc look. The court had n strenuous two houm. and waa no prmoked that ho eii .d the matter for Ike tlmo being iy putting Mmo under a !00 bond to await the aetlan of the grand Jury The bond was signed by Alex Nalfeh Hickman Harness Co. Phone 154: I DIDNT. Wben a hmh married he want a helpmate, not a beauty uimih whom '" rv of HtW. MWOOltl be mitt be forever dancing atteni former Indian rwrva- - dance, not a brilliantly clever wom- BASIS OF CHINA REPUBLIC feet be taunt be forever county, BUth Da- - an at who M'ni. ! onijr thlux 7Ht tmv lodo alttlng la admlratten, but a woman Now Atterted That Inception of the Revolt Emanated From Chi- rtnrhlp what imiuv to draw a prlM Is tfcat ran Wring Into neje In America. rtoglMrntkm pet an be hlmnelf lacks, one who will help htm and for whom ho will novor tiro r 2ml in JUL. It U b- Ban Francisco, Oct. 17 With $2,000,-00- 0 In Its iron Miry nnd au equal l.'M4 pop1t wilt rc- - ef worklK d serving devotedly. smount subject to call, 35,000 troops r cut tip Into lit -- Rx. iurn In tho field nnd 130.000 reserves In mil mf MM (0 W wertk R. A. Hffk. who baa beon In the tho United States nnd Canada, and h nrMlag Imelaeew for Mime time, nnd 'With a constitution adopted nnd family left Tuesday for Humboldt. tlo offi r chosen, tho proTenn., to rrable. Mr. Ilrooks will ho posed Chung h Is deTIME TADLE C, M. 4. 0. R. R. remembenHl an one of tho victims of clared to 1j iiuk ig n determined (Effectlvt June 4, 1011) tbe fire which burned tho M. H. effort to overthrow tho Mnnchu 6:20 a. m. and establish Itself supremo in i'he Hlokmnn Shaw bouNM at the foot of the court Arrive Dycrsburg. 8:30 a. m. bouee alep reoently, and loxt all IiIh China. Details of tho formation of tho Leave Hickman 2:00 p. m. botiaebold itooda. republic wore reveiJed hero by Arrive DyersburK......6:00 p. in. Leave Dyersburg It M laler and wife aro In 1'onne- - Sun Fo, son of Dr. Sun Vnt Sen. Tho 6:00 a. m. Is to bo president of tho now Arrive Hickman cola. Kla . vMUrk their noil. Hobort. latter 12:00 noon government If tho revolution Is sucUve Dyersburg. .....C:30 p. Bi. Harvey Kflnner haii charne of the cessful. Arnv Hickman Southern Kxprwm butlneeii during Mr. 8:30 p. na. Years l.avo been consumed In work0. SI. UOSS, AgenL Uler'a abeeMC. ing out tho problems that havo presented thomsolveu to tho revolutionists, und haste was guarded against lost thuro be some fatal slip. Today the 100,000 and moro revolutionary Chlncbo In tho United States and Can-adfoil that It Is only n mntter of days until the Manchu dynasty will tuccumb. Ciulo advices rocelvod by the Indicate tho provinces of Huumi, Hunan, Hu l'eh. Klang Su, At; An A'lil nnd Sze Chucn havo fallen and that Quong Tong, the province In which Canton is situated, Is about to bo captured by the rebels. With tho fall of Canton, It wt.a predicted by Sun Fo, 4,000 Chlnose will Immediately leao here for China. :i.t lit Is J trtliK to K'Vf Tho government Is now proceeding against the American Sugar Refining company In a dissolution suit, alleging thnt It Is a "trust" In addition to finding that tho sugar refining companies being Investigated control only 42 per cent of tho sugar supply of tho United 8tates, tho ac countants will report that the corporations nnmed do not own an ncre of mgar producing land nnd that their entire business Is handled through brokorage firms under contract. The recent Increases In tho American prices of refined sugar ar said to bo the result of speculative operations of a Kuropoan monopoly. It Is assorted that a group of men In Buropo tho price of sugar In this country; that tho representatives of this group hold monthly meetings In Drus-sol- i nnd agree on prices for tho following thirty days. Representatives from Germany, Italy, Pranco, Switzerland and Holland lake part In these monthly meetings, the countries represented being known ai tho "convention countries." reg-ulat- o We Want Your Business and want you to visit our large Furniture Establishment and inspect our goods. Our prices will meet with your approval as well as the goods. St Louis Furnishing Co INCORPORATED ' VWJ BOTH 3PHONES 04 Prompt Service in our , n ' Undertaking Department HE DROPS ONE PRESENTLY. FARMERS' TELEPHONES. A dollar a month docs not go fur enough after it gets into the telephone company's treasury to satisfy tho manager who has to pay the upkeep and operating expenses on a big ru ral lino system, and keep a little small change to hand over to stockhold ers once In six months. He has to cut too many corners, and run too many chances of getting caught short of a bank balance by a sleet storm, or a law suit. Twelve dollars Is too low for farmers' line service on the average system, with the quality and cost Improved as It has been In the last few years. It Is time to start after this rate. The farmers can afford to pay more why bhould not they be induced to recognize value received? Of course we know what the farmers do when it Is proposed to ralso the tulophone rate. Dut can this go on forever? What is the best way to get this thing into better shape? Somo . havo done it alroady. Telephony. (The Independent Telephone Journal.) ' ten-tatlv- o i"tfi W a (STfl r5Y III III ft Vff & H CONVICT KEEPS HIS WORD Prisoner Makes Nevada Mlle Trip Without Guard and Returns As Agreed. Life-Ter- 35-- J-yv CT. CHICIOO (VCNINO POST FIRST NEW TOBACCO. Reno, Nov., Oct. 17. prisoner in the Nevada a life-terstato prison, kept his promise to Warden Uaker nnd traveled 35 miles, y nlono nnd unguarded, reporting for S work at tho end of tho journey. Ho mado no attempt to cscapo, although ho had Innumerable opportunities to do so. Ho la omployed on the prison road camp nnd gavo his word of honor to tho warden to make no attempt to escape. A machinist was needed to a steam roller on tho road camp op-era- Hl'.ey Wooden, O. STTJBBS PolltlHt Phone No. 31 la Ctfde Building, orr Brevard' Store VAWVWArWVW HICKMAN LODGE NO. 761. Helton J. Jackson of Water Val-leRoute 3, brought tho first load of new tobacco from his part of tho county to Mnyricld nnd sold It Thursday, October 12th, at $10.00 per hundred for tho leaf and $1.00 for tho lugs, the load bringing him $01.4.. Mnyfleld Messenger. stamps A new Issuo of postago has been authorized by the post master general. Tho hend ot Washing-o- n will appear upon tho first six of the series and tho buat of Franklin, will appear, with n different border design, upon the last five. This new issue of stamps is intended to do with the confusion that has existed for some time owing to the samlllnrlty of several of tho present Insue. All tho stamps at tho present time aro nenrly lndentlcnl, except tho ono cent stamps, which bears tho head of Franklin, while nil the others bear the likeness of Washington. Resides, tho stamp do not ehow their value in Arabic numerals, n plan which hns been adopted for tho new issuo. to $4.G0 Cincinnati is making n bid for both tho Democratic and Republican National conventions next year. At tho same tlmo tho commercial body ' of that city Is booming Taft and Silver of Quality Rttron your own jtnigmrnt at to pnttrrn, b u t durability U the mot Important feature. : and Uaker telephoned to tho road rump to the overseers to given Wooden u ticket nnd send him to tho old camp near Carson. Barley Rates to Be Probed. Washington, Oct. 17. Tho Inter-Btnto THE mnde-to-mcasu- re and distinction. kind ours aro mnrl. Pert tailors in America, and the style and fit of every suit is iust n , v.o : renr in and look over the daz- zlinp; array of classy fabric novelties, ol commerce commission has' ordered un Investigation Into tho proposed Increase In car load ratos on bnrloy from the l'aclflc coast to Minclothes sold here are full of style neapolis nnd St. 1'aul, meantime susfrom October Don't confuse them with the ordinary pending tho now ratos proposed lncreaso Is from - ID. The fabrics by the most ex- 65 to CS cents per hundred pounds. frnm all-wo- It Is not generally known that Kentucky has two lodges with tho same name. Hickman No. 131 at Clinton, Ky., and Hickman No. 7C1 nt Hickman, Ky. When the lodges wero furnishing rooms In tho now building of the old Old Masons' Homo nt Shelhyvllle, Ky., Hickman Lodge No. 7C1 nt Hickman, Ky., very generously fitted up one of the rooms for tho old brethren, but through error tho other Hick man Lodge got credit for It nnd It so nppoared In tho Homo Journal, which the Joumnl now correcta. The name plato on tho door will bo corrected also. Masonic Homo Journal. w ROGERS BROS.,?' li the In tmhie fUt,ipvl on f .it the Unck ot po-n- i 11 and funry erltii' pier ller plate of proven quality Silver Thite ' that Wears" Wide latitude for choice Is offered til the ruany cxiiultitedetigus. Sold by ilralerJ ererywnere. Send for Catalogue "Ob," howlus au lending 'Pi mHvwi uc.ikub- - MILLET & ALEXANDER W. J. llelney spent Sunday In FulWe understand that Mrs. C. A. Perry Is thinking of starting n boarding ton. houso in tho building lately vacated Roys suits $1.7 Wo underbuy nnd undersell all com by S A. Jlrooks- - second story and van Ilros. petitory. Sullivan Bros. bulldlne. eaat ot tho LaCledo Mjrttu BriUmli to lQUrbiiida.i at Sulli- ri..., ..... I In h. " REVIVAL IN PROGRESS. Protracted services are now being held at the. First Methodist church Preaching at 10 a. m. and 7 p. m by Dr. J. L. Weber, of Jackson, Tenn Ills sermons are exceptionally flnt Instructive persuashe nnd Interest lng and every citizen of Hickman should hear him. The choir Is also furnishing some excellont music, which will prove a treat to lovers of sacred music. The pastor, Hev. G. V. Wilson, extends a cordial Invitation to nttend these services. On Trial for Husband's Murder. 17. Mrs. Oct. Hancock, Mich., Laura Stannard, charged with the murder of her husband, Charles A. Stannard, by administering strychnine In his coffee, was placed on trial In the Onouagon county circuit court. VITAL STATISTICS. f$ ff. HfcRg - Am THERE V: ift, Business Honesty The time was not so long ago when men differentiated between honesty in private life and honesty in business. Honk! W Honk! White Rros. Phono nnd pressors. i 19C. Cleaners on busi- O. Wost Is In SU ness this work. L. Dodds nnd son, Italtzur, In Detroit, Mich., this wook. 8 t Clear the Way for Something Pretty nre I were In Union Choato nnd Horn llrown City Tuondny night Heeler-ton- , J .j Ladies SEE THE NFW IMPERIAL I'mlo Jolinnlo Hardin, of dltd Monday, at the nge of years 00 But the wave of modern merchandizing which swept out "obvious trickery" has washed away false standards and made "Business Honesty" a living force. Nowadays all good stores are honest all the way thru honest in merchandise, price and service Tobe Jackson, of Cralgs Uiudlng Mo was here a fow days this week on business. FOR SALE: A few cbolro lota lu MaW JL " HtS Births and Deaths Reported to Registrar During Past week. Deaths. Clara Belle Smith, ago Oct. 11. 10 years, William Lewis Choate, age nine months, Oct. 11. Son of Mr. and Mrs J M. Choate. Jim Ross, col., age 4G years, Oct 11, malaria. Phillips, age 10 months, Oct. 11 Pneumonia. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Phillips. Curto May Hlgglns, ago 10 months, Oct. 13. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Hlgglns. Prudence Wllliamsj age 34 years, Oct. 15, typhoid fever. County Attorney Roney and Judge W. A. Naylor were In Fulton on business yesterday. Whatever success has been this store's portion has resulted from an unwritten policy of "Business Honesty." We have tried to make it a store where even a child could purchase with safety. Of course we make mistakes sometimes we err in our judgment of "merchandise but we stand in back of our goods and when things go wrong we are always ready to make them right. Get the habit of purchasing at this store. ttoiurs Addition. Por particular aire nt this office FALL STYLES NOW BEING lu We earnestly solicit a share of your business on a guarantee of satisfaction. Whlto Hros, Phono 105. DISPLAYED The illustration our new "fad" style for ladica who WANTED: Elm timber; will pay per thousand at mill In East Hickman Hickman Coll Hoop Co. tfo $9 ad- The usual Sunday services will be h'!d at tho Chrlslan church, to which a coidlal Invitation Ky In oxtended to all. mire classy novelties in footwear. It has a xhort vamp, high arch and Cuban heel, with medium sole. It is shown in Gun Metal, Patent, Velvet, Mnt Kid and Tan Russia. E. R. ELLISON JDK.-Y" G-OOJJ- James Vernon, of Henderson, expects to begin a revival at the Christian church about November . lr $3.00, $3.50 $4.00 first returned rom Nathlllw yesterday morning, after spending ton days In the hospital there Aloot VARIETY CASH STORE Mrs Harnett MILLET & ALEXANDER Our famous Grander coffee, at z5c, y The Purpose of an Saturd&y Night M Too Lyric Advertisement ifl a Kerns, of St Louis, having The CM & O is brtnklng ground heard of the wonderful fertility of land In this section, Is here trying to preparatory to building a new dopot at Rldgoly, Tenn. buv a farm. F. C. Hodges has sold to Thomas R Carter of Pulton county 24G& See those sample Overcoats at Sullivan Ilros Their prices are right BALTZER & DODDS D. Q. CO. Henry Helm and family, Miss Mary nine children. The colony wn Helm and Mrs. J. W. Ronuy returnacr. ed Monday night from a visit lu St. Incorporated as "The Borough of land on the Clinton and Water of Raleigh In Virginia," and win neip sen your Valley road, known as tho E. P. Louis. John White was choeen goverHie nor daughter, Auguit Hodges. Sr., lands tho consideration people you want to Henry A. Campbell, of Cayco, has COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Eleanor, had married ono of the being W.OCO. accepted a position wloh B. C. Itlco &, fMrn An nrtttortirn- colonists, a young man named Fulton Clrrult Court, Kentucky. Co., and will be with this firm for ment in this paper Oare. On August 18 Mr. Dare Dr. Pressley medical examiner for Iovle tangford Plaintiff, against J. the remainder of the year. gave birth to a daughter, to is a reference guide lu- Metropolitan IJfe Insurance S. Co , whom was given the name Vlr )l Iaugford, et nl, Defendant. Equi- culler A atWade, of Unfcm City. w. Mra to those whose wants this o(fti Tun4ay and well known In this city, will sail John II lUdgway, one of the best ty. glnla. She was the flrit white are worth supplying. on the 2Sth Inst, for Porto Rico, known men In Mayfleld, died ThursWade iHfornve us l(mt he hn i!Ikh child born In America. Short' Ily virtue of n Judgment and Or where he will accept a professional day at Hopklnsville, after an lllnexs el of his fine farm near 1'nlon City i after her birth Governor White dor of Sale of Pulton Circuit Court, The place IK)sltIon contalneil 8C acres for returned to England for suppllei covering several weeks rendered at the May term thereof. whleh ho He remained longer than he had recettcd $110 an nrre We! 191 1 In tho nboto cause, for the sum Intended, and when he finally hope bat he will locate In this of Twenty One Hundred Dollars tlon. us wo can of fur him got back to Roanoke the colony Just ns had disappeared. He searched ($2100) with Interest nt the rate of good laud at about one-hathst long and anxlouaty for the mlM six por cent, per annum from the price. lng members, among whom were day of 191 until paid, and costs his daughter and his grandchild herein, I shall proceed to offer for Our old friend Jan. Ilolnr. formerly But the loit colony was never sale nt the Court House door In Hick- of Hickmnn but now of Oakland. Cat . found. Probably the older mem man, Ky. to the highest blddor, nt sends us fi with Imttrticltons lo ' bers were maiijered by the InPUHLIC AUCTION, on the 13th day date his pajM)r up two years ahead dians, and the children scattered among tho various trlbn of November 1911 at Ton (10) o'- A portion of his letter reads. "CaliThus the first white child born clock A. M or thereabout (being fornia, Oregon and Washington are In America, If she grew up to County Court day), upon n credit of showing much aeivHy In buslne womanhood, probably pasted her six months the following described lines, and is much "ado" about th life In savagery and rememberproperty, to wit: oonnl Shipbuilding Is very much on ed nothing of the ways of First tract: 80 acres of land south the Increase Over H00 marine engiof tho CO acres this day deeded to neers belong to the association here (Copyrlcht, Ull, by Joseph Ik Uowtes ) Wilson Hornby, nnd north of Uio 30 at San Francisco which means lint acres heretofore sold off of the south fully that number of American mar-rlnengineers sail out of here. New side of said quarter, said 80 acres Mr. Putrell and wife, of Jark being nnd lying In Pulton county, ships are building, and old ships that north-cas- t were laid up In 1907 and even slnco, Tonn.. were the guests of W Kentucky, In the quartor of section 30, T 1, It. 6, West, nnd nre being overhauled and placed In I.ulen this week. commission. Real estate Is notlve bounded on tho north by a lino II T lleale has bemi nttotidlnit M Uon and established by W. J. look ns If some parts of the state sonlr dram! !odg lu Loulsvlll. llrown and Wilson Hornby and con- exists on real estate transfers, etc " we-tains by estimate 80 acres moro or less, see deed recorrded In D. U. No. 10 pago C30, except n part of same sold to J. H. Ijingford said to be 18 ti'llacres more or less, recorded lu D. II. No. 10, pago 40; also five acres moro or loss sold to Matt Fowler and $ 35 recorded In D. 11. No. 22, page lf9, jft. this tract after making said deductions containing about CO acres. Second tract, lying on tho cast j side of the Dyorsburg road containing 25 acres more or less, bounded on the east by James Kemp's land ou J ANNOUNCES tho south by A. J. Davie's and J. II. Tk Langford's land, nnd on tho north Z and west by tho Dyorsburg road, It A OF being a pnrt of tho north-wes- t quarter of sec. 29, T. I. R. fi, West, see deed book 25, page Gil, Pulton Coun Rl ty records. Third tract, tho north ono third of lots No's 131 and 132 as tho samo nro known and shown upon map, QTH-r- o A plan or chart of West Hickmnn, Ky., conveyed to II. D. Langford by W. A. Our new line of Underwear and Sweaters (J Dodds, Sept. 21th, 100C, eeo deed are here. Let us show you. book No. 27 pago 3C2, Pulton CounIgR NEXT TUESDAY ty Records. Mad In Syrncuae'rCy. On sufficient thereof to produco tho sums of money so ordered to bo made. Por tho purchase price, tho J purchaser, with approved security or securities, must oxecuto Bond, bear ing legal interest from tho day of snlo One Day Only j Don't Fail to Come until paid and having tho force and INCORPORATED effect of a Judgment. Illdders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. I J. U. MILNER, Coui'r. 0A1f ?taaa lUSElIcjruuiUCCUSi t Judge J. W. Cowglll claim original sorghum maker of Pulton county In IKS" his father ordered sonic sed and planted three or four ain-to bo used as fed for stock In the winter. In tho fall of the your his ont J. W., stripped some of It and crushed tho stalks In a cider mill and boiled the Juico In an Iron kettle. At the county fair bold In Hickman that year he got a premium of 1 for n quart bottle, although no premium was offered, for the reason that none had been made lu this county boforo. th to be tt stilt the Ulk of the town, than lots of Dettersworth C c A letter cnttevi I'rsUier. Phone 38 CURIOUS BITS OF HISTORY BMBSMSaSSBiiHSSMSlSMBHSIMHBHMBMSNBMlMSW In WVst Hickman Sunday Tb groom Is St and the bride 19 )eum old T Smith and Miss wore marrlnd at the home As Henry of the bride THE FIRST WHITE CHILD BORN IN AMERICA. Hickman Dnpttet church. Sunday. Oct. 8!, 1911 Sunday School at 10 Kvtry a. lu , preaching at II o'clock member of the church Is urged o be present at tho 11 o'clock service The pastor wilt preach on State Mission. Ther will be iw wrvlcw nt 7 p. m. on account of the ihhUkk at the .fthodlt church SmmeM Win-no- . pastor. By A. W. MACY. On July 22, lt7, a colony tent out by Sir Walter Ratslgh land td at Ronoke, Virginia. In thtt colony, It It tald, wire nlntty one mnA, irventcen Viomen and - , HIMaBiVHKXl i - lf Do You Like Clothing With "Dash" and Life to It If so, you'll ? be tickled with these clothes made by W. S. Peck & Co. They are correct in style, perfect fitting, made of the very fabrics that you will rancy and absolutely guaranteed best in the state for the Come in and money. see what e ' Or $15.00 I Smith & Amberg SPECIAL EXHIBIT ? 20.00 25.00 will buy this week. I m M lj dtlSOLHlOF Kin I m COAT. October 34 " J-I- lT -- 4 'V JSJSJ5-- J PeS Crossett CJiss MAKES .LIFE'S MARK tlral man who Is not a merchant, a farmer, a tencher merely, he mum nl o bo a citizen, a neighbor, a friend, i ion, perhaps a Lrother. a ii father and most Important of all all a Utile child In tho garden of n hu-ba- 3simi' xIitekwex. 11 WALK EASY "' TRAD6 King. SYCAMORE - CHAPEL. l.lllle .Morrow Is ipilu sick nt this writing. Walter Clnck Is on Un- sick list on rapid-- ! i m if mm til Is week. C ASH OFFERING fm--.. ! n'73fr Good Cotlou picking Is moving la this vicinity. ifV s St. Luck models. Cros-se- tt '' and Mrs. Stouley havo a thirteen pound girl nt their Iioiiho. Miss Carry and Mnstor lMward ltono vlslti d 1.11 ile and Inez Clacl; So. unlay and Sunday. for vour feet inthenewCros-set- t Same old but brand new styles. Button comfort, lace Die high water has stopped tho hauling of cotton arros tho chute i mm No. H Island, All cotton In that cilon has to bo carried by boat to lllrkmsu. What ko cotton lower in lllckiiinn than othor placoa? Arch Horlwock Is back from Memphis, arriving hero Tuesday. models models Q i 1 ; 11 jf J J. py shapes tVer snap- FOIl SALE: I'uro Urod Ilhodo Island Ited pullets, nt COc each. Mrs. It. II. Ilallow, Hickman, It. P. D. 1 Itev. nnd Mrs. Spurgeon Wlngo attended tho YeimosBoe Iiaptlst Convention in Mnrtlu, Tenn., last Thursday. was hero from Uayou-vlllTuesday. Ho sas thoy nro paj Ing 11.00 a hundred for picking cotton and then can't get sufficient hulp. W. A. lllnshaw Informs us that he has purchased a half lulorost In a big barbershop nnd pool room at Llttlo Hock. Ark. Ho expects to leave his ferry business hero and locato in thnt Ike Dolcon clever stitching. $4.to $6. everywhere Lewis A. Crossctt, Inc. North Ablngton, Mat. SMITH I f "wl of AMBERG Owe clt). Almost a hundred men nro now nt work surfacing nnd balnstlng the N. C. & .St. A -. i 'HI A A. J te. :.:. VIM! rZt. Iftft mL L I . 'L fcW mM r ' - r the Living. .jwmiIhUiik In the lastsad f llflOM (all llK)ll UK 10 cmi U bolt line around Hickber man. With Uio exception of this but " work, the new road Is flnlshod and Srimdr bii Inn . II' that crtnluly there seouis to bo no reason why i tUIa. aid di ii ft.r wrong. Yt trains should not be coming In over Nmubt Oiii- l (oiiiiaitud to our owa the new route within the next fow days. cunt. Wlmt ton cf nrr Is Uw mi) If.nhiii 'iir IbiMkt of i.' - nk "Num- m M'tMHly hllli-s..- f w to the people of this section some rare bargains in qu'tott mir of bis Lablts. Maktt GOLD BEADS AGAIN IN AVOR dear N'HtNlKH- One IndHstrhHis, preirlng, earth, fur soma (live and iitfl ono Mrtckou Wy lf of Kornl I'utal.work to him Revival of Old Fashion Will Bring do. parti-.rM- ) r dtfc w wwo These Ornaments From Their lo do It. and Hiding Places. ns wo bnheld Ikt tench him low UII, Mlrt ktp him fr.in lotiny'ny and all Idlo amine Uhi of gold Thero has been a ..ruaeijr Trd wlh flow- - cWNpan) ran- - of the liu of Number beads Old strings of revivalthat have these Take in! years can now be Una Iel truth il u ell (, thttm. 1'ut lain Idlo forhiding places and taken i it worn ttt to thoro from their angry, his that are neck. )il known tho pathway a br!4le .n l.il monthI come uofrom It around thothey can In case they with batkbltii.t: tk be cleaned tarnished i'rin had trod. Pew flow-- I profan or Tho a good uld It, but little Mm- - Ui uo U'l the law laipui words rule hot soapsuds orsomewhat polish. than larger new beads aro of klteliietMt ' It. Tlrod awl h: tongue and all hia conversation the ones; somo are even proffered hli, sad himI as large as a small marblo although be awn as tHromeit a vblld of (lod In very good it. ppoko words of cher. rk cie of the ar.'erllons and feel they nroA not consideredstring of alteri novelty is a taste. the way, t Intro suwtMd Ink uf NHmber Oac. Teach him to nate plain and chased beads. Often thaui; oftn oast " ii Inn- - I'xxi with ali hh roart and hU the cntlro string Is of lncrustcd gold -- nml nnno near to lift NrMthhor aa htmaelf; to care for oth but they aro bard to keep clean " tarvlng for a UniHK ers and share with others; to be ones, collar effoct mado of rows of A mi bewildered for laek of towl) small beads Is becoming to the girl in mind, forKU'iig. guntlo, ii il to guldo. Hut nil t the willing to boar and forbear with a slender throat. One of each twngs, tho regrets, the latest designs has nine rows, easily '((treated, doing food to all m bead not larger than an ordinary pin orrowa onu hamper thnt - has oppflrtuiliy head. Oold beads aro not especially ' r. naltlior onn any tenTUIe is th carr to ako of Numbor pretty Mhen they are worn next to the you tuny i administration skin, so they can bo used to brighten One. an I f. rich blelrg will prov take one pang, ono ft- to hU home, and neiahborhood, and a dark gown rather than for a decolk one thurn or omit on himself Hoys! ou ait havo Num- lete frock. i on tlio life already over, ber Ow to tako ean- of; and a re- Jk to tho bliss or tho soul sHnaible cbarpe It . HANDSOME BUCK WAIST estate. Thnt day most flower wero proffered by f Hps novor uttered one Definition of Home, ' iht to tho doparted, nor Home- - A inall art of the world mt hidden out to help, to rv could not buy. tlmrn. to smooth tho way which "all the world" HoflL tho anteroom of honven. U k nt loat ono plonsant llttla tboiiie be life" doscrt. and antl o'lier forms of wifriends? Wo trust mo evil. l inn wo pray Uiem snvo not The golden fitltmc in which tl.o flowrra for my burial, but brtghtcot Jewel Is "nothor." ' a alons my pathway now Home Is tho blossom, of which heavi fw Wo can nppracln en la the frul. "i now. How rofroHhhiK-- The only Bpot on onrth whoro the fill my poor honrt with Joy fnulU and fallings nro hidden under " kinw tiomi'ono thinks of uu the mantle of chnrlty. f ub h oven Molloltlotifl for The place whoro the great are somo '.ir Oh, how Itn brlRhtonu times small and the small ofton ' ' ' b Mb burdutiH; tho coiibg- groat. n noftona a dying pillow, Tho father's kingdom tho children's ' not say adds bliss tothude- paradise, tho mother's world. ' "P'rl Yob, strow our etiffln tho Tho Jewol casket containing flow its, but oh, Krnnt us a fow precious of nil Jewels domestic most 'i Mly Just a fow bowtowed a happiness. ' This handsome waist Is of black ht day of our burial. Whon you nro treated best and you moussellne-chlffon- , prettily draped and grumble most. trimmed with bands and knots of Number O ie. Homo Is tho centrnl telegraph of- black velvet ribbon, and with bands of last fice of human love, Into which run narrow black lace Insertion; these I always tnko caro of Numbor' wire of affection, many finished nt tho ends with buttons. Innumerable "' Tho front Is of embroidery In colors, said one of a troo)) of boys .U of which, though extending thousands nnd of beautiful Venetian laco. " d of a brldgo, somo wanting to of miles, nro novor disconnected from " i' WiiV anil jntnn nnntlmr. tint one great terminus. Wearing of Beads. 'ni s joti, out r.nd out," cried one Tho center of our nffcctlons, around make the Long strings of " " companions. "You don't think which our hearts best wishes twlno. short woman look beads It Is well tall. ' ir- - about any one but yourself, Tho llttlo hollow scoop out of tho known that beads aro becoming, that ' I'lulu to bo callt.d Number Ono." windy hill of tho world, where wo enn Is why they are so popular, but It Isn't 'f don't take taro of Number bo shielded from our cares anu nn every woman who understands why. 'I Urli.. 1.1 ..1 IIHU nuillU. 'i. ......1.1 .1 BIIOUIII 111.. W noynnces. K'"" cried ho? end for a trial order of ii. Numbor Onu ua right. Ho Wo need to rt'inomber thnt success Phone 185 cooking coal. No alack; "' to tnko caro of hlinsolf good In life Is not ouccess In material life our dus'less big lumps. Prepared especially fo i alono but In tho social and religious- no mau Is not a prac- kitchen use. A. A. Paris. l!ut dooB not Hint pmuck a lltiJ ns well. That a THle pi-u- lt rptt." oh-p- v rt! Stoves, Cutlery Queensware Guns, Coats Leggins, Etc. Why ? We already have sold the amount that we started out to sell in 1911, so from now on to .Xmas we to move the oods, and it will cer tainly pay you to investigate what we have to offer in our store. Our new pro-po- se ' i U- r) - nntl-inib- untl-nceii- - line of fi-- 'v ' i ' Of Cut Glass Haviland China and Odd Pieces in China M ' ' -- Can't be beat in any city Try us and see ' i 1 ' ' 1 HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCOIIPOUATED 1 u 6 - !i!Ste - - -- ; yyMMk SEHMAHY WOULD PUNS CANAL WRECK KILLING" CONSTRUCT WATERWAY ACR08S COSTA RICA. LI SEVEN DEAD, TO CREW RE- Intarocaanlc Ditch to Coat Less Than Panama, Shorter, and More Convenient to Ships. New York, OcL 17. German capwith the sympaitalists thetic backing of tho German government, are planning to dig a canal In a latitudinal line from tho course of the Sahoa river In Costa BIca, Central America, through Salinas bay, which opens on tho Gulf of Fapagayo In the Pacific ocean. The needed cnpltal has been sub scribed. Negotiations with tho Costa Rlcan government have been smiled upon by President JImlnez. It Is said no difficulty Is expected from Nicaragua. The new canal will cost an inflnl-Usmpart of the sum the United States has already expended on the Panama canal; It will bo a shorter route, more advantageous to tramp steamers and sailing vessels, and tho tolls comparatively small. It will acships, commodate only light-draf- t cruisers and torpedo boat destroyers, and will be absolutely neutral In case of war. It is understood here that the Washington government sent last spring a diplomatic agent to Costa Rica to learn how far negotiations had advanced, and whether German engineering parties had done any work la the hills back of the Sahoa river. The agent recently returned, made his report and has been sent to the coast to communicate facts to President FREIGHT OFFICIALS HELD SPONSIBLE FOR COLLISION NEAR OMAHA, NED. Here at this store you get the best and most valuable goods on earth and don't have to pay extra for them An interesting exhibit of new Suits and Overcoats at value betterment prices, a showing thnt is sure to please all men who know what is right in style, and who appreciates high qualities at moderate prices. We'll take just as much pleasure in showing them to you when you come to look as when you come to buy. It you doubt our ability to sell you better shoes for less money than any other store, come and see-ougreat big line of these goods. We are sure that you will be able to sec the advantngca of buying here os soon s you sec the values we arc olfering. A good time to find out is when you need, your next pair. 7 28 INJURED Official Statement Says Freight Was an "Extra" With No Orders Agalnit Regular Passenger Train. r Taft WOMAN WAS HOTEL CLERK Harvester Trust Manager Funk tributes Quit to His Testimony In Lorlmer Inquiry. At- Mm. Mannings n destribed as-- a striking looking young woman of a aroaouneed brunette type. Before her marriage her name was Miss Joseph-l- a O'Reilly. ruk denies positively that he ever kaeir her or ever spoko to a woman sassier at the Congress hotel. He ee&kmues to attribute the alienation nUto the testimony he gave In con- neotloa with the lnveslgatlon of United gates Senator Lorlmer. street car conductor Chicago, OcL 17. Much Interest la taken in the disclosure that Mrs. John C. Heqnlng, whose affections Clarence 0. Funk, general manager of the International Harvester company Is charged with having alienated from her husband, once was an assistant to the cashier of the Dutch and German rooms in the Congress hotel horo. Helming was for several years employed as a checker In the same hotel. Recently he haa worked as a SHIP STRIKES ON ROCKS of Xsnats Bring Boat to Rescue the Prince's! Beatrice In North Pacific. :j Washington, Oct. 17. Tho engagement u, .wt-- I.ouiW) Foraker, daughter of former Senator and Mrs. J. B. Foraker, to Victor N. Cushman of Bar Harbor, Me., has been announced. The wedding will take place here early In December and will bo one of the bril liant social uvents of the year. Mr. and Mrs. Foraker will open their Washington homo early next mouth in order to prepare for tho wedding. Miss Foraker made her debut the same year as Miss Alice Wants Higher Naval Ranks. rioosevelt-Longwortand has since Washington, OcL 17. Secretary of bean popular in the young set. the Navy Meyer again will urge con gress to provide signer rank for Freed of Scottsburg $3,000 Forgery. s Mndlson, Intl., OcL 17. Justice W. In the Uaited States navy. Ilia trip' abroad haa confirmed him In bis Sharick was acquitted In the circuit Judgment that officers in the Ameri- court on a charge of forgery la concas navy should rank with foreign-a- nection with the Scottsburg bank with whom they come In contact fraudulent check for f3,000. a h offl-earn Victoria, B. a, OcL 17. The Cana dian Pacific steamship Princess Beat rice, running botween Vancouver and rnace Rupert and the northern can- aerlea, struck on Noble Island and la held fast o tho rocks. Three hundred passengers, 200 of whom were Chinese being brought south from the eanaerlss, were taken off by the steamer Venture and landed at Alert Bay. No one was injured. Large holes were stove in the bow aad the ship's forward hold filled with water. When the vessel struck the passengers were taken into the small boats and transferred without mishap to the Venture, which responded to dis tress signals. from here, killing seven persons and Injuring 28, is blamed for tho wreck. An official statement says tho freight was an "extra" and without right of way against the passenger train. Despite wnrnlug, the statement declares, the crew "for sorao unaccountable reason forgot all about passenger train Ne. 105." Tho dead are: F. W. Pctrlng. merchant, Nebraska City; O. W Kooler, passnger braketnan, Atchison, Kas,; Mrs. Fred W. Kowtraann, Nebraska City; Wlsterian Ilowtmnnn; A. W Spague, electrician. St. Joseph. Mo . Miss Frances Lillian Hanks', Washington, Kas.; unknown negro woman. Among the most seriously hurt arc: Fred W Rowtmann, banker, Nebraska City; wife ooiong the killed; scalp wound, leg crashed, bek hurt; Emms Harvey, negro, Kansas City, both legs broken, hand cut; W N Richards, ill"!1!11! I 'I' 'I 'I I 'I I'l"!1!"!"!1 J1 I 'i 'II' Maynard, Neb., internal Injuries, leg j oroxen; jonn ocou, passenger engineer,. Internal Injuries, lacerated head and face; Herman Barger. Auburn, On the Streets Neb., concussion; Vernon M. Andrews, Kansas City, mall clerk, back Injured, TTT 4 I") I' II ! t I' '"l- It i asm bruised. Sheet Music at Fethe & French's. The trains met on a level stretch of track, wLere, the statement deOdd pants at US oonts up. Sullivan clares, each could have seen the other for a distance of half a mHe. Tho en- Bros. gineer of the freight explained that -- SillMens Ovorcnats K to when he saw the passenger ho slowed Bros. down and opened his whistle valvo. When It failed to answer or slacken magazines at Felhe sped, he said ho concluded It was & Alt the latest French's. on another track. Tho momentum of the passenger Grady Tlsdale, of Union City, wn woe so great that the engine wns Sunday. upon that of the freight, here plied high which had almost stopped. Both were I). B. Lelbovltz wns In Union City derailed and the mall cars were piled Sunday afternoon. on top of the coach In which about forty passengers wcro seated. V. J. Logan was here a fow days Govornor Gilchrist of Florida was a this weok from Cralgs UiudliiK. hero of tho occasion. Although Injured Mo. and severely shaken np hlmsolf, ho worked nmoag those more seriously Mrs. Lou Tullfs and alilldren made hurt and those killed for more San a trip on Sir. Mongol last week with an hour before he would permit at- Capt. Tullls. tention to himself. A call to Omaha and South Omaha brought a corps of Mrs. Maggie Handle Is visiting h'T physicians from the army post. Sol- daughter, Mrs. Horace Luton and fain diers posted, around tho wreck kept Uy, In Fulton. the crowd brick whflo the physicians worked with tho wounded. Swayno Walkor has returned from Craig's Landing, Mo., whero ho has MISS FORAKLR TO WED beon for soveral months. I1 I1 1 Omaha, Neb., Oct. 17. The crew of the fast freight train which crashed Into Missouri Pacific passenger train No. 103, near Fort Crook, ten miles H. E. CTJRLIN JE3Loul&g Hickman Furniture Co., for anything in furniture. Why nay if rO COPTMtONT . 14 ...A 11 - & I tmmmmmmmmtm h Li I; of Oualitv iaj aflte 1 Heard till trousers tlx-for J 00. in five ilollnrs for odd when Sullivan Bros, sells See Sulthnii Bros before buying your fall clothing. They will saveyoi $3 60 lo If, oo on your suit. Lyric Baturday Ntiht All the leading aiagaxlncs at Feh. & French's. Itufus Williams, of Mnyflsld, Is how Hi- - employ of Sullivan Bros., in Uicaplrlty of salesman. - Regular services at the PrMy-tertn- n church Sunday morning nml evening. Bev. Stockton, minister. Mrs- Mnltta Barrett, who has been quite sick at the home of her son, II. C. Barrett, for the past week. Is able to sit up. - FOH SALK: Good gentle family horse, not afraid of mi ton or train 8 ofirs old. 1G hands high, weighs 1210 S. A Wade, Inlon City. II I Telephone r.Sl 2p 8avo from ono to two dollars a A few more old Woolen Mill thousand on your shingles by buying at S cNl Siillhnn lire. direct from mill. C. M. Yates Bhlnet 8. M. Nalfsii nnd wire and M Co. I3rdle Olover spent Sunday after Bolter BnufteM nml dnuaMer. Mb la TIploHvtlle are Jennie, and little son, Itoger OHr nlw Is Rd has alwny i the guests of (its slMer, Mr. Swan Burrii, and other rotative this week. Ml please yu. See u before bu your fall clothing. StilWvna llr.- Senator Bradley soys he will "put CottKreMmen Mil OerntU, oft his mark" on any man that ettargea him with corruptly securing 14s elec- Nefftoe. Senator ft. !. Turk. tion to the United Shales Senate. KrSMHMn OtM M. James and. John The Senator has already "(Hit nta I then will speak nt the barberi mark" or th bolting Democrats MayfteNl. Saturday. OrtoWr ri I who voted for him There are peo- wimM b a Rood blllirh of x nk ple mi an iHiuah to say thnt hi in bring In lllekinan and H " ('smiMian rommttiee shaped something ii,oi ogrniti was a few spenkers here like I I' -- (r s Weekly Bargain- sFRIDAY AND SATURDAY This week's bargains, MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SUITS. I have the best nnd cheapest line of clothing to be seen at any store. Three specials in men's suits. Engagement of Former Senator's Daugher to Victor N. Cush- man Is Announced. Mrs. J oo Andorson, of Morgnntown West Vlrglnln, who bns been visiting Mrs. D. B. Wilson, loft Sunday Meeting H-2- nights of Fulton Lodge, 1. No. 83, I. O. O. F. Thursday ScpL Dec. Oct. 12- - 20; Nov. "Bread lu Old Kentucky" high pat ent Margaret flour. Bettor than others but costs no more. Be Iters worth & Prather. Miss Mattlo Bell Shumate, of New born, Tenn., Is the guest of her sis ter Mrs. A. M. Tylor, nnd brother, Porter Shumate nnd wife. Phone 185 and for a trial order of our ilus'lesi cooking coal. No slack; no big lumps. Prepared especially fo kitchen uso. A. A. Farls. Mrs. J. J. Young, of Paducah. for merly of this city, who has been vis iting Mrs. Tom Dillon and Mrs Moses Amberg left Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. Semones, Mrs, T if. Mnssey and Mrs. J, F. Carter, of Union City, motored over Sunday and wuro guest of Ben Harrison ami wife all-woo- $10.00 three-piec- e l, men's Strictly tailored. This suit would suits, hand cost you $15.00 and it is worth it. My price this week only $12.50 Hand tailored, stylish, very snnppy suit, absolutely all wool browns, blues grays, blue and gray mixtures, perfect fit, worth 18.50, this week $IO.OO $12.50 2.00 Boy's Suit . IMPORTER'S TACTICS. Tho ways of tho importers aro strange and Incomprehensible to tho man in tho street. LYRIC THEATRE Books Some Good 8hows. More Good Ones to' Follow. $I400 Never was a suit made to beat this the best suit in the house, all sizes, all colors, perfect fit guaranteed. Worth 20.00 anywhere. My price Nov. 1G, Finnegan's Honeymoon. New York papers have been specuDec. 2D, Peck's Bad Boy. lating on the reason that led fruit ImJan. 3, A Bachelor's Honeymoon. W. A. Carpontcr wlfo and little porters to ship thousands of boxes of daughter, of Trezevnnt, Tenn., aro Jan 13, Thelma. I lemons from Sicily to New York and Jan. Tho Yankee Doodle the guests of Mr. Carpenter'8 sister, them to Canada, Hamthen Miss Mattlo Carpenter, and attending Stock Co. burg and other foreign markets. Ono the bedBldo of Miss Docla Carpenter, Feb. 20, Human Hearts. explanation was that this was dono who has been very low for the past Mar. 19, Tho Girl and Tho Tramp. while the tariff fight was on In Washtwo weeks. ington, and lemons being too cheap Mar. 20, Tho Thief. in eastern markets to permit tho imMr. nnd Mrs. Boss Cheshire nrrlv- porters to allege that tho tariff wus ed horo Saturday from Colorado shoving prices up loo high, they where hey spent their honeymoon, re maining with "Mrs, Cheshire's par-iittried to create a scarcity by diverting lemons to other, and moro profitMr. and Mrs. D, B. Wilson, Un able 'markets, and causo the price in til Sundny afternoon, when they left Now York to go high enough to give for their future homo In Nashville. them an argument. They showed, FOB SALE: Seven houses and lots Incidentally, how completply they conI INMUHfeD WITH KENNEpY. whole bunch for I3S00; or places will markets and how easily they trol the be sold separate. All of these could manipulate prices If thoy lad II. P. McGInnls and wife, of Arkan houses are occupied and paying good entry and could thereby keep free is comthe domestic products "beyond tho sas, aro now located In Hickman. rent. This section of town property they formerly did Mr. McGInnls neceped a position as ing fast, and Kast Hickman Mississippi," as bookkeeper for the Hickman Coll and will bo a good investment. Inquire before tho enactment of the Pnyno-AMrlc- h at Courier office, Hoop Co. bill. rr t.3U 7 DC DOy S f u 1 . , $1.50 o er J.JJ 50c 25c ants . . . $14.00 50c " .9k s, Every line in Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Underwear, Neckwear, Hosiery and Shirts absolutely complete. Come in and let us show you. s BUCHANAN imi- BUILDING "The Dry Goods Man." ustt.if'ieih: THE CORNER STORE vcii '!- - v VEGETABLES "''"HeUFF fl X iWJw'DJUMLlL j0 . x PRnnurp ' Phonol I .c.?:t,...Tx"3j Q OF HISTORY By A. W. MACY. CURIOUS BITS '?yzri n VJJW-TrPk. - J rSBEMI J fT tfUm rsmvai.. r.. - v" iir.1" v .r h3 ', i THE WISE WOMEN OF WEINSBERQ. I. I. 0. LI I STOLYPIN A MUCH HATED MAN n eter Veterinary Surgeon ir r i i i i w i x x CoMiUkt W. tr C.K. 2lnnnita Co.-- .. The Old it Cabinet Maker says: Whenever you buy furniture, whether which is an evidence of refinement and today a necessary accessory to every home or whether it be a com- . . .I mon kitchen cnnir, your selection should be made so as to 1. be a bookcase the required pieces in perfect harmony with the balance of the furniture in the room. That is what produces true htini'rwss, that sense of comfort and contentment so Our stock enables you to select the furniture that well with any kind of surroundings and is good, strong goes unci durable. Think what an advantage this is over buying from home where you simply see pictures and vague, away exagerated descriptions. Come into our siore and you will get de-urabl- I. e. find and the pieces of funiturc you need, of the right quality at the right prices. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCOKPOIlATt'D UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office Arcadeovltch Stolynln. tho Graduate of Chicago Vet. Ilusxlan premier, who was assassinatCollege 1893. ed, was notod throughout tho courts of Kuropo na a courtier and a master o( ccremonlos. Despite bis courtly Office ot Stcvo Stohr's Livery Barn x ft? bearing and the great love tho czar BOTH PHONES ' M bore for him, Stolypln, It can bo Bald safely, was the most hated man In all Residence Phone, Cumb. 194 V1 . ft Russia. To tho pooplo of Russia bo was known principally as the mnn who by hlg wholesale executions nnd drum- Calls promptly answered night or day. Satisfaction guaranteed. head courts-mnrtla- l sent over the land the expression, "Stolypln's necktlo," as n synonym for tbo hangman's nooso Death sentences and executions wera reported dally from bis ofTax Notice. fice without tho slightest comment or word of explanation. Cold grim figures alone- made known tbo work of Pay your State, County and School tbo hangman. taxes now ad savo costs of collecTwo attempts before that which resulted In his death wore mado on his tion. Ooaldor Johnson. llfo. Ho bad not long been a memSheriff, Fulton County ber of the cabinet as minister of tbo interior when the revolutionists blew his house almost to pieces. Injuring his little girl so that sbo Is crippled for Phono 19C. life Weaker men than ho would have retired, at least for a tlmo, from the policy which had engendered tho attack, but not Stolypln. Ho stuck to tho rourso bo hnd outlined and dared tho revolutionists nnd assassins to do tbelr worst Several times It was nnnounced that his reign as mlnlstor or the Interior whs at an end, but ho kept tbo portfolio Just the samo. Stolypln was a mnrvel of physical energy No problom was too groat for him to assume Ho carried a heavier oltlclnl burden than any statesman or Kuropo. His dally llfo, from which ho never vnrled, was a model for of St Petersburg. In somo cases be tempered tbo exercise of bis authority with humanity nnd In other cases packed courts and sunrise executions spoiled tho end of whoever disputed him or tho emperor. Throughout his political Ufa ho played tbo dual rolo of murderer and hufo manitarian To thOBo whom ho condemned ho was tho hangman, but to the enemies of thoso bo condomncd he wns a great humanitarian who lived for Uussla. Ho ruled as tbo will of a cowardly monarch mado blm. In the offiy cial llfo of Uussla ho will forever bo known as tho courtlor. nut to the peoi. 11 AS -"W.A ple of tho lower classes there will bo one synonym for tho dead promlor, and sm i HI r viV r OHi that will bo. "Stolypln's necktlo. i k, vw During the wars between the Guelphs and the Ghibelllnes, In the twelfth century, a battle. was fought at Welnsberg, In which the Guelphs were victorious. Their commander, Conrad .III.. J agreed that while he would n hold the men as prisoners, the H Ghlbelllne women might go away In peace. He further agreed that each woman might take with her as much of her personal belonging as she could carry, choosing whatever she might consider most valuable. Great was Conrad's astonishment when he saw them marching off, each .woman with her husband, son or brother on her back, "her most precious treasure." But he seems to have admired the devotion of the women, and perhaps the humor of the situation appealed to him; at any rate he let them go, bearing away their precious burdens. (Copyright. 1311 bv Jowp-- i II nwm THE LEAN DOG w. w; 3 f l-WUIl iurrD mi i nurc UL.LAJWVO A MAN THA BANK -- Mvmni SHINGLES AT MILL PRICES HAVja p A.l MAYOR UNDER INVESTIGATION has been arrested for tho allegod taking of a brlbo of 15,000 from T. 11. IXian, who was endeavoring to got the city fathers of Oary to glvo blm. In behalf of his company, a boating fran"Mayor Tom," as Knotts Is chise. culled, denies the chnrgo of bribery and says that tbo whole thing Is a "frame-up.- " Ho avers a base plot has been batched to got him and bis aldermen out of office, a plot to blacken bis good namo. Ind, tbo steel trust's "Magic City.' Thomas K. Knotts, mayor of Oary, mk -&s CJ,uun d 'ran therrrDriiiiviajr'iH rnopiT direct from Mill. I manufacture the best shingles in the ate almost half an inch thick, anl guaranteed. Best Heart Shingles, per 1,000 " Best Prime . u " Economy ' $3.00 2.05 TPHE man with a bank account 2.00 ', t t ii stock at at my place In West Hickman, or miy be had at Mill at Ky Don't Place Your Order Until You See Me c. H. SMITH i i HICKMAN, KENTUCKY Dictagraphs, such as were used at Columbus, O.. to get evidence against bribed members of tho Ohio legislature were used In Gary to got evidence ngnlnst the mayor as well as ngalnst seven other officials. All thoso officials nro alleged to bavo Bought bribes ranging from $1,000 to J 10.000 from Dcnn for tho ourpose of putting his franchlso through tho council. Dean claims tbo mayor demanded $5,- 000 to sign the franchlso aftor It had passed tho council. Tb mayor signed, and, after the signing, officers found $5,000 Is an envelope In a pigeonhole In his desk at tbo city hall. Mayor Knotts went to Onry "broke" four years ago, living In a rude hut on tho sand wastes. Today ho Is rated a millionaire and lives in one of Gary's finest homes. ways tortihed against hardships. 1 he man without one is sure to meet adversity sooner or Jater. You earn enough if you only save enough, which you can easily do by putting a little in our bank every week or month. S, Cot nii ht 1909, br 3snmw C E. Zimntrmia Co.-- -. L :mACCOUNT 21 is al PORTUGAL'S NEW PRESIDENT Tho now constitutional president ot Portugal, Dr. Manuel Arrlaga, has a hard task boforo him. When tho republic was proclaimed in Octobor. 1910, a provisional government waa established and, beset by reactionary tendencies on every side, It found difficulties In maintaining Itself. Tho monarchists were nctivo In undormln-In- g Its stability and many of the republicans who nklcd In the overthrow of tho monarchy became lukowarm In their support of the republic bocauso disappointed In obtaining tho sweots of political office. Not long slnco tbo National Assent bly chose a now president and adopted a constitution. Tho choice for president, Dr. Arrlaga, Is popular, but whether this popularity will remain aftor he Is In offlco long enough to make enemies Is another question. Meantime tho supporters of tho exiled. King Manuol nro nctivo both In Portugal and outsldo Its borders and at tho prosent Urae Portugueso troops aro being omploycd to repel a posslblo Invasion by monarchists from tho Spanish province of Oallcla. That thero Is discontent of n widespread order In Portugal seems certain and It roqulres a strong man to Btoni the tldo and popularize tho republic. The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. III teii1 lHI.CESS.4Rr KXrtSD O.n ifftiic r In at " v f V IrfMTt TiiiTunim ll.4 Vt BU V .trulULU 9 II jrrw nut fOH .r. .4CCOIST rj'iitr tur rust! ir it holt tt row M4kt. SOME IV c)itm lift ill SSys Y rf "J Cbisi f if rov ii.iv.1to stor CIILCK ho MU.t tlllM 11ND OK 1H' 4 CHKCKISG .fCCOLSr Wirt to UIPKU1M RINK IS.4CLMitsr.IMtS tcu.vo.ifi ft 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 fur ther your own financial interests by sulting us. Our diagnosis and ing will help you a whole lot. .1t!, .,. 11). INtf TRUST Jf Gyvft 50.000W"'3Z.5'J0gg I TO TEACH FILIPINO FARMERS The recent nnnotnttnont of Frederic "- See Our Ao-nn- t Saad Salamy tor high grade LOOK! LOOK! I furnish my medicines and guarantee a cure in... Founders, Colic, Bots Ring Bone,Bone Spavin COAL OIL and GASOLINE Curb, Fistula, Pole Evil Weak Eyes, Sharbon and Lockjaw. prices and prompt I own my hospital and am ready for delivery. Absolutely business. uniform. Xiotla 3P1i.om.om INDIAN REFINING CO. EVANSVILLE R.R.ROGERS, Veterinarian HICKMAN, KY. personalities associated with tbo development of agriculture. For this Is tho samo Mr. Taylor who made a world-widreputation as superintendent of agriculture nt the St, Louis exposition, nnd who has been prominently Identified with tho agricultural at nearly evory American exposition of any Importance, from tho Irrigation of arid lands to the reclamation Of tho swamp lands of the south. Mr, Taylor's appointment to his new post Is ospeclnlfy morltcd, for fow phases of agricultural dovclopmont nro unknown to him. A horny-flstofnrmer himself, born In Iown, ho long ago established nn enviable roputatlon as a most capablo student and writer In tho advancomont of practical agri culture. Tho government mny well oxpoct under his supervision a most substantial development of agricultural resources In Um Philippines. e d W. Taylor as director of agriculture for tho Philippine Islands, recalls tho enroor of ono of tho most Interesting """" " Sij 1 Hickman Ice & Coal Co. (Incorporated) 3"- - tK vft T. DHjLOKT, Ox--., 3VTK1-- . $500 REWAKD for ono largo sorrol horse, whlto hind foot, saddle and bridle on. The animal lost his rider trying to follow a drovo of horses to Gray's shop to be shod. Oct your mower blades ground for 2Cc. When tho chest fools on fire nnd tho throat burns, you have Indigestion you need HElUUNE to get rid of the badly digested food, strengthens tho stomach and purifies tho bowuU. Price 00c. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. T, r , .,! ... , .iL ., X "A k Ji i i '1 SENTENCED FOR LIFE Lee Carter's Second Trial Closed Friday. A LIBERAL OFFER. We Ouarntte Are You Ready to Save Several Dyipvpila. to FUlltv If Wo Fail the Medleln JUSTICE HARLAN DEAD Most Distinguished Kentu Dies at Washington. ABFoclnto Justice John M I1 oldest member of tho suprein. . of thu United 'Stntes. for splriioiiB In Kentucky pullti. cnudldato for the Itepubllcnu i tlon for of th. foremost ihuinu Stntes, n authority, nml prominent In tii. tll of the Presbyterlun i burnt his home In Washington Saturday. Ho was 78 years June. Tho sudden death of Assoi ut tlco IlrX'wer, of tho Suph-m- . who wiui not only a lollimgiii bench, but a very eloso friend , very much n(fct d Vice-Preside- f Dollars on Your New Fall Suit? how'much tailoring excellence and style you get in a suit bought of Leibovitz, and at a great saving in price. I have just received a large line of the suits, and am ready famous "Schwab" guaranteed to meet your requirements from a large array of new Fall and Winter styles at moderate prices. Come in and try on a Schwab suit, it's my duty and pleasure to show you. It is really remarkable all-wool WWMflJtfffF?ftYJm Where Quality Reigns Higher than Price. Don't overlook the fact that I am showing everything new in Hats, Caps, Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear and Workstuff at prices lower than elsewhere. f. Cool and Refreshing --GOTO- .1 Cowgill's Drug Store J Thero is talk of building an addi I tlon on tho back part of the Hogfor church to accomodate the largo crowd that sits In that end. 1 KfBHIMfttVfiDTH where you will find everyfirst-cla- thing usually served at a Soda Fountain. ss Miss some of the sweet things in life, bnt don't miss the pleasures of a box of "HcujlerS Candy " For sale at Gowgill's Drug Store HOGWALLOW NEWS. - Atlas Peck has been oludlng th mosquitoes for the past few nights b) sleeping with a meal sifter over his J. It. Samiials nnd Mm Plmma There la only one way of keeping Mrs Mngglo Swllars. wife of I! N face. the eyebrows clean and to stimulate pilars, Nlrhots a prominent cltlxen of Mc-- ( their growth and beauty at tho maq oniull. died at home in thnt c'ty Isaac Hollwanger wont oor to Ume and that Is bygontly brushing I will roceho another shipment of Frlsby Hancock's house the other night asd morning. This makes then Thursday afternoon after nn lllnwm of four years duration that flue cooking coal this week. night and got n lot of fleas on him. wonderfully soft and glossy asd eacat of Horn Sunday night to Thurmnn Metier get jour order In now It you and is exjiected to bo attacked by tiny hair stands by Itself. Teeth kept clean mean small denti I 'ckett. n flno boy. wnnt It. A. A. Farls them now at any tliie.. lots' bills and Uttla time wasted In toothache. Hair kept clean means that! The Kxcelslor Fiddling Hand made no Ume be wasted for tho prcvcnUori a bold atempt to serenade Jeffemon of baldness Inter on. Skin kept cloaa I'otlocks the other night, but he elud- means no loss of Ume In Illness. la ed them by hearing of their approach fact, It la hard to say In what depart-iineof llfo cleanliness does not savd in ndtauco nnd hiding In tho orn Ume. crib. For the irritation and Inflammation There Is a dangerous mud nolo in that la brought on by tho stings of the road Just nftor you pass the Dot? mosquitoes and other Insects thero la, Hill church, and to prevent nnybody no better euro than to batho tbo part In hot water and apply a little of this from running Into it a committee has mixture: ounce;) Ammonia, ono-halug n couple of ditches across tho tho same amount of cau de cologne, road at that point. boraclc acid powder and a llttlo arcJ ma tic vinegar. Onion A crowd mot at tho Wild Sage ten Is mado by steeping two school house last third Saturday ounces of green tea and dried sago in! night for the purpose of having n de- three quarts of boiling water until thq bate, but as no subject could bo liquid makes two quarts. It stands un-thought of that anybody knew any- Ul cold, when It Is strained. To use, bo washed and dried; thing about, the crowd was at a lost tho hair must put on evenly, at night, and the tea Is as to what to do, but finally Fetcher with a brush, repeating until the do--, Henstep rose up with a resolution sired shade Is attained. , tub'-rculosnt -- mUum l In Itoxall l)ysp,l-tiThe Pepsin Tablet In carefully prepared w an to develop Its greatest etllcleucy. Pcrln supplies to the digestive ap parxnis one or the most Important of the dlsevllrc Uuld. Without It the digestion nnd assimilation or food are lmpeislbli. propcrtlM The CarmlnathiM pomc whl h aid In relieving the disturb nn is and pain caused by uudlgeted fixnt This combination of these makes a remedy Invalunble fur the complete relief of Indigestion and dyivpsa. We are so certain of this that tvo urge you to try Hrxall DysI pepsla Tablets on our own personal guarantee- Three nUes. 23 cents. Ml cents, and ?t.t) Hemember. you Never out of Work. Tho buslost littel things over made can obtain Itexnll Itemedles only y n,t our store The llexnll Store. are r King's Now Llfo Pills. globule of The Hickman Drug Co pill is a sugar-coate- d Ii. nit Ii, that changed weakness into strtngth, languor Into energy, brainfag into mental paw or; curing Con MARRIAGE LICENSES. Mi patio n. Headache, Chills Dyspepsia. Malaila. Only 2fic at Helm & Oris Hrlffln and Kdiw SherMan. '' L'liison Will Unrksdalo and Anide Hnyr. Hubert Kvers ami Clara Wbllliwk " K Neighbors, who moved his J. II. NoJms nml Mllnnl Xuntwdly fi.uilly and household goods to Crolgs Pahtik F. IXthnko ami Mrs lUindlng. Mi n 'ew weeks ago, hnd V. P. V Hvws and UuMn Taylor his household Roods mood book here Alf Sanders ntid HUn WjMthrpoon .. days ago- .- .Mrs. Neighbors and I), 0. (faiidlo and Urn May Johni tuldren nro visiting relatives In son. : M inphls for n few days. Umm Itoborta ami Mngle Willing-hnin- . n Kv-cr- dellburntlng about twenty hours, tlio Jury In tho Loo Carter murder trial, at Clinton, brought In a urdlct at 3:80 Friday owning; Klv-tllfo sentence l the ilufoiidiint tli penitentiary. Ho was kIumi n like hi nteneo In a former trial, and this erdlct wns generally expected by those ncuualntud with the facts In the case. Carter was convicted of murder of Frank Itolcom, a young man of Sent-tiWash., who Carter killed In front of his restaurant In Fulton last miliar) Cnrtor, of ourso, claimed but tho youtiK man wan found to bo unarmed, not own bavins n nockot knife at tho time ho was kliot After tho killing, Cnrtor wan .irr. sted and placed In Jail at Hick-iu.by Sheriff Johnson. Tho prlson- r did not llko Jailer Noonou's Jail accommodations and sot flro to hi bed and came near suffocating thone ton fined In tho county bastllo Ho was then mowd to l'aducah, and also procured n' change of venue and win trlril at Clinton. The trial has boon wntohed with Interest as Mr. Carter was at ono t me Cholf of l'olloo at Fulton, and was well known throughout this section An appeal will llkoly bo taken. Vftor o c. Cotti Nothing. To unquestionably provo to the people that Imllgestlou and ilysKpMa can be iwruuwiiMiiiy iolluil nnd Hint Hex Tablets will bring ntwut all 1 wo will furnish the modi this iluo nlrtoiutely free If It falls to giro ntlsfu. tli'ii to any tme imlng It. The remarkable success of Itoxall is.icpsla l unlets is duo to the high w of k lentlflc skill mod In devising their formula as well a to the iire ecrUil In their mnuufneture, properties of whereby the and Pepsin have been cotiiMMeit with Carminatives and other ugcuK lllsmuth SubnltrrJe nnd PepMn are cniMtuintly mnplojeil mid reeognUed by tho entire medlenl jirofeHloii as Invaluable In the treatment of Indlgex-- I "VH-i"!-'' re-u- lt. de-.rwell-knowllUiuiitti-Siiliultrut- I In rlii ii. luu ii ml d.THMpla. - Chief Jusloo Fuller's death 1910 was also shock to tho onomble Jurim ttrlait continual in i J ust lrt his share of the work of t ii. Ills great ninliltlou was tu u next June, whon bo would in thu service of any oii. who uver Kiit on that betu-was. his service was longer tit of any other Justice except ( In. tlce Marshall and Awuxlat. I Stephen J. Fluid. . rt Ir WTis the longest thirty- - four yuar. six inonths m ca)a, Mnrnhall's thirty four flo months and fle days, H.i thirty-threyears, inoniii. twenty five dns. Hiiuiiner of 11 cpt-dee tn Tlekllng In tho throat, hor tolc, Indlcntos the HOILHHOUND Hvn It Minos tbo lunga, quiets thr hwnllli In the hrm and rttor tubas Price 36c, f.0y and Jl"" bottlo. Sold by lllrkman Dru, loss of Cnpt lAwreir McMakin. fi. Ky has 1kh apiolHiel mici.--- t Cnpt. F M Itynn. as enjim-plltion lk- tnwlHMi Hlimhier M Ihtx CHnMHy, and took up hi t - Ire f.-- a i A valuable drannlng for flesh w burns, scalds, old sort, rash sktn, U. HA MAUD'S KNOW I MK.VT. it is lnth hoaHng ai.J Miptlc. Prtco Mc, fiOc and l bottle. Sold by Hlukman Drug . MIm IC4Wl trnoon. lllytln. of vrwloan i" wst uiilil In iimrrtua' Thum.i Ia1. of i'lilioi ysFs-f- f lf i to-wi- t: "Ilcfcolved, That Wo All Go Columbus Allsop got hold- of a copy of tho Tickvllle Tidings this week and sayd that sonic of tho things In it arc printed so dim that he could not read it above a whisper. Luke Mathewala, while seated on the fence near bla homo yesterday fell to the ground and received injuries on tho bead and body. Tho fall came as a great surprise to him, bo being1 asleep at the time of its ocerw-rancTho posmaster has issued instructions tbat hereafter no letters must pass through tho office unless they arc addressed on the front side of the envelope, as he has not the tlniu to go around behind any lot tor at this busy season. Slim Pickens has purchnscd him-fel- f a pair of overalls and some heavy cloves to wear when ho takes his Job at Tlckvlllo which consists of ringing the bell at tho Methodist church every third Sunday. Tobe Moselcy has a now way of Beting rid of company, when they try to stay too long. Suuday night a gang of neighbors went over to set until bed time at his house, and when he thought it was about- - time they wcro going ho lit tho pipe bo has been smoking for the past fifteen -- Home." This was a vory fit Justification for a discussion, and Jefferson I'otlocks, Sap Spradlen and Wash Hocks represented tho affirmative side, while Polk Eazloy, Sim Fllndors, Bat Smith and Tobo Mosloy handled tho negative In a masterly way. Tho question was discussed ably on both sldos and after two hours of heated oratory It was decided that tho affirmative had won. Kentuckian. aro sent to the tabic. prepared with great e. Plates should bo heated before they An enUre meaP care, can be spoiled by the uso of cold plates. Do' not reach across another person's plate. If something beyond Is ask the servant or tho person, nearest to passlL When a second portion Is being served place the knlfo nnd fork to, the right of the plate with the ends ' resting on the butter plato. do-sir- ed In the Dlnlng-Roo- Plants May Be Kept Throughout The Winter Throughout zero weather you can keep your house plants by using Cole'i Original Hot Blast Heater. This heater maintains a steady even temperature day and night. It will hold fire and heat oyer night and you can heat your living rooms for two hours next morning with the coal put in the night before. Thtv patented construction of PAFF HAWKINS CIVIL ENGINEER Land, Drainage and Municipal Surveys, Maps, Estimates and Reports. Office over Mathcny Dros. Grocery WHEN THE MINT IS IN THE JULEP When tbo mint is in tho Julop an' the hammock's swingln' rlgh! 'Neath tho hhady oaks, a hldln' of tlio BUtnuior sun from slghL Oh, Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater enables the manufacturer to guarantee it to remain always t. You have perfect control over the fire at all times. Thus, the coal does not waste away and you don t have to kindle a fire in the morning as with other stoves. Think of it! Your dressing rooms and breakfast rooms warmed by the fuel put in the night before. . This truly great heater is growing in popular favor year after year. The following, is a message just received from the manufacturer: air-tigh- It's thon you'ro secln' visions of tho valleys of doligbt, When tho mint is In tho Julop an tbo hammock's swingln' right! Hickman, Ky. I O. Itox HO (Nov b) Tho trees nround you bowln' with n drowsy howdy-do- , An' tho wind that waves tho branches sayln dreamy things to you! i We years. Sidney Hocks has decided that llfo is not worth living if a fellow can't be furnished with a raulo to rldo every Sunday, Little Fidety Flllndcrs is falling in to tho ways of his father right along now. The other day ho found an umpty pint bottle, and after looking all about to boo that no one was In Fight, be hid It behind a stump An' you hear tho Ice In tho goblet sparklln' bright, Kicked by a Mad Horse. Samuel Birch, of Bootown, Wis., bad When tho mint Is In tho Julop an tho hammock's Bwlngln' right! a mest narrow oscapo from losing his leg, as no doctor could heal tho frightful soro that developed, but at Then llfo scams worth tho llvJn', nn' old trouble's on tho Bholf, last Uuckleu's Arnica Salve cured It ompletoly. Its tho greatest healer of An' you feel thnt you'ro or ulcers, burns, bolls, eczema, scalds, yor neighbor ns yourself; cuts,, corns bruises and piles on earth. Try it 25c at Helm Aint it Joy nmazln', Colonel? Alnt & Ellison. this old world out o' sight Whon tho mint Is in Uio Julep nn'Jho on tho lCth. Capt. JUcMakln is a well hammock's swingln right? known steamboat man, having been with tbo Combino lino for n number Karl Huntsman, state revenue of years. Ho will, no doubt, move has filled suit for five years' his mother he.ro to reside. tuxes on $733,000 nRnlust tho KenFor a neat Job of undertaking tucky Bank and Trust Co., of Madl- Ulckinan Furniture Co. sonvlllo. old-sor- are working full foroe to supply tho demand for Colo's Original Hot Blast Heater- - Never In history was the demand so heavy for our 'better finished heaters. our Cole Manufacturing Co. Now is the time to select your heater, We will set one aside for you and have it ready when you wish it put up. " Burns Soft Coal, Slack, Lignite, Hard Coal, Wood and lighter fuel Come now while the assortment is complete. Cole's Hot Blabt Stoves and Ranges Sold With Confidence Tbey are the Ileal Made. Hickman Hdw. Co. INCORPORATED This Store Can Serve Yoiii Needs Heller Than any Oilier iioeit II Given IIiu the Opuor- - luuliy. . ! i. Z j. LA J$ ,v r $1 In No per Year Advance ,i uriile. wr. hi- rillii to ! OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops when your time U out. We don't In forcing a on anyone Faper do not want to tills n copy,n keep the ubcrlp-tlopnld up. A notice of explrn-tlo- n In Riven here IS days ahead with It ' i, !. No limn l , jMir Impend H ,,ii. siihmiiiI KlveM ,,,,., thnl for n Hip enmity and i.i.D jrrnr n;. - IIT I'Olt I Local News THE HieKMHN COURIER. Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, Imml, nnmratl(.y f,.w nri. ariimint il with lila lioiii.llf,., hU iKiyhoml. his arly manhood and tin- r. Uliou In hov to It In iniin town, and It ia to thin that tlila It wrttD-Mr. .laim-waa born July 27. 171. on a farm wn milra from Marlon rViim the first Dm Imi- waa n curioalt) b reasou f liU slap and the peculiar whit. waa of hla akin am) hair, and almost be-fh waa tlv.n a surname he waa tailed "Whlu-- " it waa not long after the birth of the boy that thn family moved to Marlon, where they have lived since, and where Mr. I. II James, the father, has engaged pr.-w.a - 1911 Number 18 A Blue Mark Ol tIC JAMES About Our Congressman. M. Soma Fact " In public doubt If nny held in hlgliHr trnteem wiu l,i i the jKHttrf of lllqkmnn and I'nlton , ...uiity thaa OWe M. Jauiett. our praa-Krpreaantattvw nml next U. 8. llt INK for nil tlint, fw peo-v- , .s. iitur anythliiR of lit prlvntu life know , h. t catuu to rise to uch prow-,- . poMUeally. Ywni una Ollte M ,e .. rr rt for hliiiBelf nnd 1iIh Second only to this propensity was bis ublllty In oxtrlcatliiB liliiiai-l- f nnd coinpatilonB, his hiiccchs a Kenernlly belnj; duo to IiIh In nrKiiliiK with hla teacher I ur arcutwr, foreruiiiior of thu ohMiUviua ami oser of debate which hnvo piny ed an luiiHirlniil part In his later porsua-Hlveiiea- ncnpadffl Jaiu-- a VhJiO.JBMMW Of Marten eowrHy Is Ilia sat of ir i.nsVn teUMy. lvalucWy. According to UM tbktttajitfi eeaaus. It tokRMiAHU. thin Including ha whi(7." who raaMy wltl oouut for ( if avoMuaati vrt tlw basis As a i,.n U la aoail for Uia culture and paQHttp, w,w lh' b,..pltalliy of territory aurwHwItw to iiml. r l.rnir or Mad, laid with rich dtttol.t Ism, nfUsr all. the mt toan'a chief olalw to n prominent ri,e la taa afwdtflK of vvoryila) af" lam to taa of Um Uomw of 'Wakey Well. v -- in eer l.l flor-aaa- r. !. l Jamea Now - fact. he Iii now mumknown ay Umw aauUaUHi vary slight ly Hat wfcea aa ww a boy, a Joiu hoy as taa HOWtM of the sr- - at Ut ia waa. taiaUactaally ao physically tins aatoaotaaata waa .m ployed that a waxy tMl- - w,r" M.raui of a hi raal hkm. Thbt itk Mat hwaaaa of hi hnw aaa Sir tute hair taa haa hardly nay si all nml Uaaea aJW ). hta Im ' Oh, aol "Wallay" Hot Ma r.-- al r.ii mirkwmllm OLLIE In (h M. JAMES. and whlla aVJa. His real aaasa la 01IW M. Jam., frvw Um First ih. big Ooagruaaianw district. II la aa orator ara Ih ttamaad, and how htaw Imk rfrwa 4Hi'f4 aad aoa riofjufiii tMtraaaa aad aaih txiaa wlil l latioa mlrn Kforyhcxly is taailMar wKm Mr. Bo tala arttrl-- i. U...- .- u pabtic Hfr ( not tnt ie nhab. any of h UaiiUar luru, but on tho oiti- r im!-- imbmhI ht ukih. in. u ti of law The bo) s educaUin waa secured In the public acboola at Marlon, and ti inUHt l .idtiiltt'd l hut an n pupil r tmik .aii h. irt. k Id- had a mihruMd bslilt of ntnillinK into the IhmiI riMiin miiihtliue after I he d mril) Im II hud runic and liarcly to w mp. throiiah with paastnK nnl.i. on ni.wt of his atadlna That bis pMir rvrltaUuM did mK lmllrat a dull or alow working mind waa nimbb-niwof his wlta thhow ii t and hla r.Kourt. fnllni'M In jilsiintns; n- man-nt-.-a K JSHE rat tvl is.m "HsTV.w: VlS Jlrkor. J Jx i Hi M M who want underwear and warmth without unnecessarily heavy garments wearing WOMEN will find r '! ATHENA UNDERWEAR for Women, Misses and Children exactly what they want. The Athena fabric is firmly, closely knitted so as to give necessary comfort with least bulk and weight. Here arc omc its CT1 i?i nclusUc Alliona nictlU: ralcnlcd seat, giving extra room VattnUii Scat iT 0 Udinly A SKchl der stay shoul- SrWialSlionUfrSlav Elastic cuff that holds the sleeve place In TrlmmlnK Claillc Calf that do not lose beauty In washing- - Tnmmini In all fabrics and shapes to suit personal taste. At the price you usually pay. y.n .v4 d SMITH & AMBERG I 'ft tr-- K JfUZ m Emmmm Mr. Jntuea mlKlit bo truly termed a "born jMilltlclnn " IIo would Ro any instance and brave any hardship to her a political speech ; ho haunted thi polHiiK plnruB on elecUon days, and his chief pleasure In reading were coliliiiiiH of dally papers reporting and dlRcusaliiK public nffalnt. Aa early ns iiltin yenrs of ai?o ho real the impera aloud to his father, who offered much from rhouinatlsm. Mr. JauiCMi Sr., eueournKed his nnd would luicuss the matters rend, thus ImpretMliiK them upon the joiithfnl brnln. With n ttiarvel-oualretentive mind for facts nnd figures, the ouibryo Htntesman early lieeama a locnl 'authority upon political innUers. It la told of Mr James, at Marlon, that, aa one man oxpreiui-eIt, until ho 'waH a right smart chunk of a boy,' he was a Republican Mr. James emphatically denies this Whenever n circus struck town, 'White)" paid his ndmlsKlun to tho blK tent by onrryltilK water to tho ole- I'haiil, and nmoiiR the most cherts' ed IMMseaalons of his life today la a photograph of tho sturdy lwiy which was made by an Itinerant pliolofirn-plte- r aa payniHiit for water brought. Kor somo reason, Mrs. James, his mother, did not hnvo tho nmbltlon for hw son to follow the law or politics a a means of livelihood. Hur chief niubllou was for him to bo n denUst and when ho did not segm to take to this, she nluiost succeeded In talking him into the notion of going West to travel. Hut just when it seemed this plan waa thu accepted one, Mr. James decided to titudy law . I om ami wiUired his fnthor'-Joffl- ci that purpose. Having unco decided to bo n lawyer, lie made quick work of it. In a comimmtlvely xhort llnio ho passed the retiulred examination and was to the bar and taken Into full partnership with bis father, the firm name being James & James. Hut all the time he had kept his finger on the political pulso, and ho soon began to voice his opinions In thu curbxtono discussions. It was natural that he khotild drift Into public spooking- In his first real political debate, hi opponent was E. T. Franks, a utlzen of Marlon, and a Republican wbo has sluco ntalned a prominent place In the stato loadurshlp of his party, nnd ono of Uio Uireo candidates recently for tho Republican nomination for Governor. Mr. Franks vns an older man and a moro beas- nid campaigner, so tho youthful ora-o- r of the house of James camo out i cond best, but wIUi credit to him-s- i If and nn undaunted spirit. In 1S87 Mr. Jaiuos was elected as pace In the lower houso of tho state I. .islature then In session at Frank fort Tho following session ho was cloakroom keeper In tho senate. The with volltlclans daily association during this time, and being In the cortex of tho excltomont that reigns nt 'ho capital during a session of the legislature, gavo tho Incipient statesman much nlunblo training nnd n keen Insight Into tho gnmo in which he was destined to piny such an Important part. Unlike many, Mr. James did not climb by slow stups to n prominent place In pollUcs. Ho noor held any county office or minor district or Lite positions. Ho considered enre-fulbefore asking for anything at the hnntls of tho people, and not until 1903 did ho decide that the time bad come. In that year ho announced as u cnndldnto for representative in congress. Ills opponent was ham Cropland, of Mnyfleld, nnd Mr James won by n largo majority. The lirsi l.strict Is tho Gibraltar Democratic district of Kentucky, nnd ho was re elected to congress four times. This vear ho nsked for tho Deniorrntlc nomination for United States Senator over Thomas II. r'aynter, bethe Incumbent. Just a fovv days election Mr. l'aynter fore the primary withdrew from the race, leaving Mr. Janus a clear field. Mr Janu8 was married December dnugh-t.'- r 2 1903, to Miss Until Thomas, of tho Uev. It. Y. Thomas, a MaMethodist minister, who lived nt Her brother, Itobort Y. Thomrlon as, has served In various public ca jiacltles, uud Is now roprosoutaUvo y lj in, "jPaaMWaaaiajaar- - -- i I 1 Ltm W ramUSSf2jL' yr" m m V: Covf riiLl Man Sclnflwc a Mint The Iloston Tea Party; ono of sir historical pictures by Edward Pen-fiel- d You can get tho six pictures, lb tho original colors, slzo 11 x 12V. Inches, by sending 10 cents to Hart Schaffncr & Marx, Chicago. a THE The Boston Tea Party was an exciting for those who took part in it; they good-clothes VVEsJ certainly were a busy crowd. party we're having every day in our d store is keeping us busy getting a lot of men going around town ; and they're pleased with the way weVe done it. well-dresse- Sffii1 Hart Schaff ner & Marx clothes are the secret of it ; and any of you who haven't bought your Fall clothes can get what you like here now. New models, new weaves, new patterns in the smartest Fall suits and overcoats ' i Suits $20 and up Overcoats $ 8 and up 1 ,3 For the man who does not care to pay quite so much we have the very best values you ever saw at $8, $10, $12.50, up to $ 8. Buy early and get choice of patterns. 1 I v. j6g FOR THE MAN WHO CARES Smith & Amberg ho gets ono frequently. Hut perhaps tho best of these stories is that about the sorghum molasses. There Is a mun named Conger livmoing In Marlon, whoso homo-mndlasses is declared to bo peerless. Mr. James Is very fond of tho molasses, and so last fall when nt homo, tho notion struck him that his friend and colleague, Clark, would like It too. When he was ready to lonvo he bought him a bright, now tin bucket, put in n gallon of the molasses, nnd luged It all the way to Washington In order to bo sure that it got thoro safely. Asldo from polities thoro was novor n moro popular man in his home town than Olllo M. James. Tho tiiore are proud of his high position In public life. Everybody fools that In producing a man such ns he Is tho town Itself shares to a largo extent his reflected glory. To tho majority of the people ho goed by tho name tf Ollle, but oven to this day somo of the older genera now o pg FOR THE MAN WHO CARES district. congress from tho Third Kentucky Mrs. James Is noted for her beauty, her graclousueas and wit. Marlon Is an enthusiastic basoball town, and when Mr. James Is at a ball game. homo he never mlst-eHo Is king of rooters' row and it is worth tho price of admission to see Uils massive ninn solzo his hat nnd yell nnd howl ns only wool baseball fans do. In this posu ono would hardly as recognize him ns tho eloquent und pro found Olllo M. James, M. O. Tho hefty congressman thinks no ono can euro a ham like his father does It. Mr. James, Sr., fattens and butchers his own hogs ench wlntor, and personally superintends tho curing of tho moat. In tho smoking process ho burns nothing but sassafras wood, which glvca tho meat a peculiarly delicate nnd aromatic taste. Ono time Olllo took Champ Clark, one of Uicso hnms, and tho gentlo-ma- n from Missouri liked it so well and expressed such enthusiasm Uiat In s dyed-ln-throotor-ln-chlef, tion occasionally boyhood hall him with the noiii do guerro of "Whltoy, and that he has not forgotten It Is shown by tho alacrity with which tho greeting Is returned. Midnight In the Ozarks. and yet sleepless Illrum Scronton, of Clay City, 111., coughed nnd coughed Ho was In the mountains on the advice of flvo doctors, wbo said ho had consumption, but found no help In the climate, and started homo. Hearing of Dr. Klug's New Discovery, ho be'gnn to use It. "I bellovo It saved my life," ho writes "for It made a new man of me, so that 1 can now do good work again." For nil lung dlsentios, coughs, colds, la grippe, asthma, croup, whooping cough buy fever hemorrhages hoarseness or quinsy, Its tho best known remedy. Prlco Cpc and $1.00 Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Helm & Ellison. Mrs. S. II. Hurrus ft was in Union City, Friday. T. M. Hey nobis lost horse Friday. a valuable 4 . . j ' f 4.fri,... .n,itninmH'M,t i"Mr This is a Real Blood Remedy You cannot enjoy perfect health unless the blood is pure. To be pure it must be full of nourishment rich-re- d in color and circulating freely. When the blood ceases to supply nutriment to the surrounding tissues, you soon become anemic tired out with no ambittion for your daily duties. aflteJ a a Heard On the Streets InliiinL ' .i.. &. Oar Assortment of Women s Saturday night at the Lyric. Sheet Music at Fetho CT French's. Mou- - Honduraut was in Fulton day W. J. Rolnoy spent Sunday in Ful- Suits and Coats has been pronounced by all who have seen them to be the best and classiest we have ever shown. The styles are correct, the qualities beautiful and the fit and tailoring perfect. ton. Odd Bros. Nyal's Hot Springs Blood Remedy IS A MOST SATISFACTORY TREATMENT pants at 9S cents up. Sullivan Circuit Clerk Morris wns in Union City yesterday. R. B. Brevard Is beautifying his idence property. res- prompt and efficient in its action, cleanses the blood of all impurities, stirs up the circulation to renewed activity and supplies nourishment to body tissues. It is WE RECOMMEND THIS REMEDY Oce Harris was In Union City on business yesterday. C. P. Shumate made a business to I'aducah Wednesday. trip $1.00 BOTTLES Gordou Rice was hero from Fulton Tuesday nnd Wednesday. The materials are serges, worst- HELM & ELLISON "The Nyal Store" I Tho new cotton gin at Dorona will begin operation tomorrow. Tho LUorary Circle meets with Mrs. n. T. Davis next Thursday. Mrs. Lon Naylor has beun quite but is reiorted convalosclng. 111, eds, mixtures, in solid and fancy effects, either plain, tailored or braided. POPULAR COUPLE WED Ruby Ramer and Gordon Married at Union City. Rice A wedding of much Interest, nnd some surprise, occurred this morning at Union City when Miss Ituby Bee Raraer, of Moscow, and Gordon IUce, of near this city, wore united In marriage, consummating a romance of several years. These are two of the most popular and well known young people reside in this section and have a large circle of frionds. The bride la the charming and accomplished daugher of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ramer, one of the best families in Kentucky. Besides possessing all those qualities necessary to make n good wife, she Is a talented musician, and a favorite in social clrclos. Mr. Rice is to be congratulated upon winning the heart of such a noble lit tle lady. And Gordon. A bettor boy nevor lived. The only thing that could bo said against him is that he served this district last month as Doputy Assessor, but we blame this largely on Chas. Beadles, and forgive Gordon He Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. R'ce, of near Hickman, and lives right up to the high standard of the family name. Not only Is he a hustler, but a young man of splendid habits, possessing the confidence of all who know him. He started as a mere boy teaching school In Fulton county, sening the Cnyce district in that capacity for two terms and has been more than satisfactory to both patrons and pupils wherever he has taught For the past year. howeter. ho has been In the fire Insurance business, with headquarters at Fulton, and has succeeded In building up n handsome business for tho Home of New York. It is his intontion to continue in this line of work. Hut rcgnrdloss of tho line ho follows he has a promising future. Mr. and .Mrs. Rice loft Union City this afternoon for St. Louis to spend ton days, after which thoy will be at home In Fulton. Tho Courier oxtonds congratulations and best wishes for thoir future happiness. Revival services will continue indefinitely in the 1st Methodist church every day at 10 a. in. and 7 p. in. Dr. J. L. Weber, of Jackson. Tonn.'. Is preaching instruotho and enjoyable sermons. All christian people are Invited to cooperate In the revival work. A general Invitation Is extended for our people to attend the services. FORTY ACRE FARM: We have a nice HtUe 40 acre place that can be bought right If taken at once. Five miles from Hickman; 24 acres in cultivation; now house; barn and garden; 2 mile to church and school house; on telephone line; has R. F. Delivery; public road fron tage of 4 mile; 2 good locust groves, etc. Apply at this office. Suits and Coats $12.50 to $30 SPECIAL VALUES IN Miss Erllno Reed, of Fulton, Is the guest of Miss Maymo Naylor. II. Brock was hore from Tlponvillo Tuesday on business. Mr. W. Sweater Coats FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN A full line of the latest effects in cotton and wool sweaters for women, misses and children. $1 to $5 HAVE YOU SEEN OUR Brock loft Friday for Rallto, Tenn., to visit her son. Kondnll roturned to hor homo at Rlalto, Tonn., Friday. W. H. Vnl Carpontor and Hanan Shuw wero In Mayflold Sunday ml Monday Mrs. Mrs. L. A. Womens Fall Skirts in Voiles, Serges and Panamas. They are made in dress and plain tailored effects. Prices $1.50 to $15.00. Mrs. J. M. Rold Is visiting her sister. Mrs. Bottlo Gardner, near Fulton Q. T. Bondurant was In St. the latter part of last week on iness. bus- syi n Stylish Millinery Our millinery department offers you n selection of Hats that is complete in every sense nnd is satisfying to your every idea of beauty, attractiveness, style and economy. SPECIAL VALUE FOR CHILDREN AT LOW PRICES Mrs. A. It. Stone and baby returned Monday from a week's visit In Memphis. W. H. Bnltzor is making some Im provements on his residence on Moul-lo- street. Born to tho wife of Nat Bowon, of West Hlckmnnt Sunday nionlng, an boy. St M V y- Stockton dollvered his lo-tur-o with Illustrations last Friday evening at Cuba, Tenn. Rov. L. P. Ellison is In St, Ixnils this week purchasing new goods. Watch his advertising space next weok. tft 4M(t 9f . Smith -- & i Amberg FORMERLY Edward L. Lucas of Mnyfleld, was here several days last week, the guest of Miss Bonnie Carpenter CIRCUIT COURT Gen. II. A. Tyler went to Union City Only one cam- was filed m Circuit Wednesday to attend the Confede- Clerk Morris' office this w.x-k- . that rate monument unveiling ceremonies. of the Farmers Gin & Grain Co. the East St Louis Cotton Oil Th Kentucky Stato Medical As- Co. The contract was that J JO per sociation will moot in I'aducah on ton was to be paid for the seed at 24 for a threo (jays' seeelon. October the time of shipment nnd balance of $1 per ton nt the end of the season. Miss Luclle Bondurant returned "" m"1 " ,or "" ,u ror " Tuesday from a fow days' visit to her sister, Mrs. Hardy Ligon, in Union MIIV. - UUf , Ox XU OF HICKMAN. John Ringwood Dies at Lot Angelet, Cal., Oct. 6. City. THOUGHTS OF THE WISE. .Miss Nannlo Mflacham, formerly of this city, but now of Springfield, Ills , The night Is long that never finds Is the guost of rolatlvos and friend tho day. Macbeth . a,,1 hore. Mayers has boon on the sick list for several days past, and Mr. Hlnos, of Nasvlllo, has been assisting him with the baking nt Jones B. John II IMkwL Br., for mm wir a rltlseii of HtokmAH nmt kn.. to iiHMtt of Mir peet.' ille4 i home In .m Angelas, Oe Cl.t From what w ohm torn, be fall on 8..t (),, which mttted ift Mr. I'mmt! vie wen UM at lit On t tattle rh. .. and burliil took ptae Oet. fib ItluRwood wm born In Klakony. mi. jibitm 17. ISJT. II dt-nt- h Cnn-IIIC'km- In IS6I RM) NMfatfHl F. Into tho welt which supplies thee with water cast no stones. Talmud. It treat Good tnsto rejocts excessive nicety; Cafe. Fonalon. llttla things ns llttlo things fj?z k nASi:mffyvvju:aftr ' fvJt&vDog&rr itTJfATZLfy K0RRECT SHAPE SHOES FOR MEN All right Oke Soles. All Korrect Shape Shoe, no matter the style of the toe, conform to the shape of the foot and assure unequal comfort. Every pair guaranteed. Nine o'clock school shoes, strictly all solid leather. Fit and wear well. Button and Blucher in patent, gun metal and vici kid. For service they have no equal. Price Tom George Neoly and .Miss Dol-li- e A friend Is a perwon with whom I May Campbell, young people liv- may bo slnccro. Before him I may ing near Wuter Valloy, drove to Ful- think aloud. Emorson. ton Sunday nftornoon and wuro unitTo havo what wo want Is riches; ed in marriage but to bo able to do without Is powDr. Vornonf of Hondorson, Ky., er. Oeorgo Macdonald will deliver a- - lecture while hero. It ' Tho tlmo never comes when n rewill probably bo "A horseback trip construction does not Imperil some through rnlcstlno." His meeting at great Interest. Hobcr Newton. the Christian church will begin Oct. 31st PROVERBS OF PEOPLES Or A. S. Orno, of "everywhere and going anywhere," fathor of the Juvo-nll- e Cheerful company shortens the court and probation Idea, travel mites. German. ing philanthropist and , " elo- man.tarlan, accompanied by Mr 8"i ? wine, uiro un uuruesi worKer, spent n few hours In Hickman 'Thursday. Of two cowards tho ono that atThey wero traveling In n small boat. tacks conquers tho other. d REAL ESTATE Deeds Recorded with County Clerk During Past Week. W. W. Baits to J. F. Dawes, lot In Fulton. $3000. II. F. OIIr to City Nntlonnl Bank, lots In Fulton, $10. J. V. Slnyden to Farmers Bank, lots Fulton, $3600. J. T. Seat to Geo. Yates, 7 lots In East Hloknmn $7fi. until hr wm U CnUferBto lli Is aiirvlvl hy two rii fi" i)rci- i- win. John Klngwoixl, Jr m.. rsld at Urn Angl--nn lu." ler Mrs Cnrrignu. rMdliig nnr lon City. v are uiinhl to Rive (h Iher iwrllculnrs nt thkt time. While In llloknmi) Mr. was a dintrnotor awl gmur h graded th utreets of lllekiiMn . I to. ll I(Iuri F. It fell down IiIh Uck inn way Wednesday ovenlng nnd brui- up his right arm oonshlarably. Ge ' i Snm Glover, a young man IS of age. a resident of tho cominumi' or Hand, Ky comtulttsd Hulrlde m' J. F. & 8. L. Dodds Co. to Mrs. J. unlay night nt tho homo of rliU-IDukotom, by awnllowlng n 'I'"1 B. Wright, land, $2876 tlty of morphlno. y n J ."? "?IJ $1.75, $2.00, $2.25 SHOE STORE--E- . C. Rice Mrs. Lon Naylor and Miss Ethel Naylor at the lattcr's homo this af ternoon are ontcrtalnlng In honor of Miss Mayme Naylor, who Is to marry Mr Oce Harris next Tuesduy even ing, .miss .Maymo Naylor, Mrs. W. A. Naylor, Mrs. Lon Naylor, MJss Erllne Iteed and Miss Ethol Nnylor will bo in receiving lino Little Miss Dorothy Moore nnd Master Joo Iloper, dressed as cuplds, will bring tho linen In In a llttlo wagon and present to tho bride. J. II. Hlngwood. Jr.. nf los, In ivw ,n... OiU., will como book to Hickman a short tlmo to spond sovor.il months. Friday evening, Miss Bonnie Carpontor ontortnlnod n fow frionds nt six o'clock dinner In honor of L. Lucas, of Mnyfloid. Tho guests were .Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kennedy and Miss Louise Atwood and Guy Halo. Ed-wa- At tho nnnunl rounlon of the H ' ond Brigade of Canfedurnto Votrnn-liol- il In Mayflold last wotik the i"1 A good man tries to blacken hli lowing officers woro olocled: W ' enemy's eye a bad ono his character. Stone, Comitmndor; H. 8. Hale, ('"i" Only 84 yoars havo elapsed since tho noI; II. l Wllllnghnm, Llout. t'i" Major, flrst railway In tho world was finished. net; J. T. Rtubbloflold, T George. 2nd Mnlor. With tho host management It takes two gallons of milk to produce a pound Tho following motored lo Tr of butter. Tenn., Sunday nftornoon: J. T. Step'1 ens and wife, Miss Julia JackMiii. Nobody knows what is worn In henvon, but an expression of surpriso 1. Shumnto and wife, J. M. Ilubbai'l li probably ono thing, "Oh. look whov and wife, Mrs. F. s. Moore,. Mm A. Stone, W. II. Uaiuor nnd' wife, K bore!" H. I'rnthor nnd wife, 8. L. DoiIiIh ""' wife nnd C. F Ilaltzor and wife Ti MenH Overcoats $G to 111. -- Sulletumed Sunday night via 1'ii'C Bros. City. FACT AND FANCY 'lt I 1 NYAL'S f , I NEW NEWS OF YESTERDAY, Remark That Cost Its Hearers a Large Fortuno. How Carnegie's Words Dissuaded Two Brothers From Making an Investment That Would Havo i Deen Immensely Profitable. By E. J. EDWARD8. HIRSUTONE Destroys the Dandruff Germ and stimulates the roots of the hair. Men's Not a Hair Wash a Tonic The Formula Tells the Story: Rescorrln, Tr. Capiicum, Tr. Cantliatides, Formaldehyde, Horoglyc-rine. Mil HELM & ELLISON downward path. th.u Wife Sent to ih) - h Reform School by Judge Naylor. Practical Fashions LADY'S THREE PIECE SKIRT. k f Full on IahuUt &m the rfionHt of the runaway mid Mm l IMtfBs: . '. kUIok her hmih u Willi iukkb ami her pB of ri- t , i . . . llltt)UlMAH iHVMtlHaUiiK lwr - k hT lo IlkkHMN. of ..Hin r girl to II ). .1 II NHslMMd U)' U MUM Mm mm lo the eHf a ii kki .. and her ncttflH tio iioritkM m U her chamcir r on TfcttrHUy Kfctf Uw city, .nd toM 10 lwt i. prwnieed. km teOttl lo 4o. .. i..ui.d Pnda by CMaf Itml- ..ii ib rallrtMd tnwk abort bo aftor a. IIKkma. MM I.) fktef Of I'flHtO WkOH IHIO yjrt arHid Ith .J .' abov ii to IJm tb lo fMtary fl 5550 i tryaac Detachable or detached paneli are . lakrn bWof JhiIro W. a nnwli worn on the new iklrta; they n. d irtH OM K ClMlfi Of NMT are both novel and stylish. The lllus. a given a trstlon iihowi one of the newest tklrta i .u.nty 8tM iii rvtorm wfcooi, she Welnji In this ty!o, and the panots may bo omlttrd If irfcrred Satin, silk, cloth, .in is alkged te htw mn a Panama, zlbellno. pongee or linen will r kvatMiNd a fw wek bo appropriate for thli ityle. ..in Tho pattern (6&S9) Ii cut In tlzeR 23 i ha around te th 4lf to SO Inchea meaiuro. Milium 'iiHItN lxo requires 3S ynrdi of 44 Inch maaiMaraaeo was eftengh t terial with paneli, 2 yarda of 44 Inch ...d lb pty ami plh) of without tnom. nd 10 will who aaw her. To proour this pttm lo "Pltirn Ifrirant.M of this prr. - li.-miHWl Mltlence U In nlolnlr. and t Writ nam and (5.1fr n-- i. arrted u lltakKMN, where rllj. km Murl and the tn wlt r IhmiI. - M,. . Courier; ami only ii r .IN Ih the najiHm, hav- i. in from Grave eounly m ii'iiiiou The unfortunate girl .ii"ri- - pity rnlher than cen- -- h Judge .S'ajkK reily Id , I iur to (lv alt and numUf of patlcrn. SIZE, Ntt NAME 5559. TOWN BTnEET AND NO BTATR. MRS CEO. EVANS DEAD, MIC ii i ko in (trwoa, w nr iHrorMMd (Nh IfraHl, Wlft Of IHMf Ot known fftriusn rMhllni! a Hlgbi. Ih Iom town, died I -- Tho defondant, accomvisited tho panied by his counsel, hla wife nnd daughter sev-erlirvaa In Old Kentucky" hlRh pat domicile of while tho Injunction was times 1 1 MarKorct flour. IloLU-- r than otiiora In forco. and at meals with them, lut coui no noro. Ucttcraworth & but tho rulo of silence was strictly I rUitT . observed separation 1 ,ort ..k nit bed Willi a chill iii r four ilnya npo. When Inat iti reached har lxdald '. vn ijhcuiucIoiu and itvr Iiwh 111 hr oh!' lt ' A NOVEL SENTENCE n Uauwl by a A noTcl Injunction Now York court recently, restraining n farmer from speaking to his wlfo hearing; for thirty dnya, pending n on tho wife's application for alimony nnd counsel foes In her suit for In what baa passed Into history by tho name of tho rich man's panic of 1302 a silent panic. In which tho markpt value of securities of all kinds greatly depreciated tho common? stock of tho United States Stool Corporation was quoted as low aa $9 and a fraction a share Many persons woro of tho opinion tbnt the quotation for this stock would drop so low that at last It would bo practically nothing. Others wondered' whether thcro might not bo an oppor--, ' tunlty for somo gain, If thla stock was bought outright at nlno plus. Among thoso who wcro thus persuaded woro two brothers, men of largo wealth, but who had not boon conspicuously asso- elated with tho secuiltlea markst, Tho oldvr of tho brothers said to the other: "Don't you think it would. be an even chanco, If wo wero to buy outright now a block of, say, 10,000 shares of this common stock, that In the courso of a few months, or a year or two, thcro would como a reaction which might considerably appreciate the mnrkct price of this stock "I bavo been thinking of that very thing," replied tho younger brother. "I think wo can afford to risk a bun-- , drrd thousnnd dollars. With that amount of money, we can buy about . ten thousand shares of tho stock." "You know," sold tho older brother; "that John S. Kennedy Is a very good friend of ours, and that bo has novor given us any unwise counsel; so I suggest that, before wo buy tho stock wo talk with him." So the brothers sought out John S. Kennedy, the canny New York banker of Scotch nativity who had backed James J. 1 Hit In his early railroad enterprises in tho northwest, thereby making a colossal fortune, moat of which he left to charity at bis death In 1009, and nfter n brief conversation with him saw that ho was inclined to ' recommend tho purchase of a conald-- 1 crablo block cf stoel common. Insisting, however, that, if it wero bought. It ahould bo paid for In full and not bought on a margin. "Hut." said Mr. Kennedy, "before you do anything, wait unUl I see Mr. Carnegie, and get bis opinion about the transaction." A day or two later tho brothers met , Mr. Kennedy by request. "Well, I saw Mr. Carnegie; we are good friends and always have been, reported tho shrewd old financier. "I asked him If ho thought thero would, be any real danger of loss If a considerable block of steel common stock; wero bought outright at the prevailing Mr. Carnegie hesitated, quotations. for a few momenta, and at last ho told mo that h hnd mado It a rulo nover, to give any rdvlco to anyono respect-- , lng the purchase or sale of Blocks (Duv Bush Reporter JSnip: dealt in on tho stock eichango. That, only safo rule ho, he said, was tho could follow. 'But,' added Mr. Carno-glVr II E Prather Is In Louisville 'I will tell you this. I have bonds, aggregating about 1300,000.000, se- this week cured by the properties of the steel WEATHER: Fair today; fair and company; and tho way things aro now cooler Friday. going, It somotlmca occurs to mo that 1 may possibly bo obliged to foreclose Mrs II. K. Prathor and children upon thoso bonds." , hnve been lsltlng near Jordan this "Now, It seems to mo," continued week. Mr Kennedy, "that If Mr. Carnegla. thinks ho may possibly bo compelled Miss Corn White Uerry, of Woodto foreclose the mortgage by which land, is tho guost of Miss Myrtle his bonds are secured, It would bo tho Walker. wiser part not to buy any of the common stock of this company." RIVER: 24.4 on Cairo guage and Acting upon this advice, the broth- rising. It will continue to rise for severs did not mnko tho purchase. Dut eral days yet. when, somo years later, tho mnrkot price of this stock reached 90, and DeWItt Ayers Is back from Fort they realized that they could have Worth Texas. Hickman Is good -, sold tho block of stock thoy were gofor him. lng to buy nt a profit of S800.000, they wcro tempted to nsk Mr. Kennedy lfj "Tho Man on tho Box," played at he thought Andrew Carnegie was still the I.yrlc Monday night nnd was a wondering whether he might not have show; pleasing n packed house. to foreclose tho mortgage which se- fine Steel Corpora- They will play a roturn engagecured his United States ' ment here Thanksgiving night, with tion bonds. (Cop)rlKht. 1M1. by E. J.. Edwarda. AM n change of program. Toggery The biggest and best lines we have ever shown now await your inspection. All the late things in " m fir"! 'IS JSl k r ' SWEATERS, UNDERWEAR UNION SUITS, PAJAMAS WINTER DRESS SHIRTS WORK GLOVES, NECKWEAR DRESS GLOVES, HOSIERY well-dresse- d man's wardrobe. and all the accessories to a Let us show you the most complete line of men's furnishings in Western Kentucky. ' BRADLEY & PARHAM DEATH NEAR BROWNSVILLE. Mrs, Joe Williams Answers Final Summons Saturday. o, lUghta nmenrinJ.) y Satisfactoiy Shoes.. A V HOCHUTER well-dresse- N.Y. ,. 'A $ foot is some-ihinevcrv woman npprcci- cr d alCS. Our line of swell looking nnd satisfactory shoes will well-dressed. make any woman look The new dull leathers, handsome velvets and suedes, and the new tans all are here. Unique "Jail" to Qo. Oerlach, Callfornln, Is to lose lt, unlquo Jail, which Is tho only one of Its kind in tho country. Tho Jail consisted of chains attached to a telegraph pole. On tho post was nailed tho sign "Oerlach City Jail." nfter being found guilty, slm, ply had the chain attached to their, ankles and woro left thero to spend, their term. Others woro kept there awaiting trial In a Justice court Now, however, a now portablo steel Jail la prison Its way to Oerlach, In which are to bo conflnod In the.future. oners Gorlach Is n Western Pacific railroad, u division point on tho edge of tho Is desert. Its total population d Icsh than 100, but like most new It has an unduly large, towna proportion of undesirable cltltens,o abao-lutwhose prosenco mado a Jail an necessity. No-vndrail-ron- Mc I.. Dolnney, local ngont of tho Nntlonnl Life Association, 1ms gone to .Missouri after his wlfo and baby, nnd will make Hickman tholr future homo. Wo nro glad to welcome thoso good people to lllcktnnn. A dear friend of tho deceased furnishes the Courier the following relative to tho death of Mrs. Williams "Mrs. Prudence Williams, wife of Joe Williams, was .14 years of age and was married about 20 years ago She was a Miss Covington, a nelce of I,ee Covington, near Autioch, nnd professed faith In Christ IS years ago. but was not a member of any church I Mrs. Williams had been confined to her bed for the past ton weeks, nnd I last Saturday night at 1:1! her soul took lu flight to the Ono who gave it. Doath was caused by typhold-pnoumoIn. Her husband preceded her to the grave Just two jcars and eleven months. Mrs. Williams leaves soven little motherless children to mourn her loss ono married daughter, Mrs. Louis Lnngford. Death Is always snd, and more so when the last protecting arm of so many little ones Is laid to rest. It is indeed sad to see so tunny litlo broken hearts, and hear tholr unanswered cnll for mother and father. May God help us to fill the place mnde vacant by doath, and adminis ter to thorn as we did their mother during hor last lllnoss. She was loved by all who know hor her Ufo wns pure noble and beautiful. Wo j extend our thanks to thoso who so ' kindly did all thoy could In this dnrk hour Dr. C. W. Curlln, Mrs. Sarali Kemp, Mrs. Fnnnlo Jones, Mrs. Allie Hawkins, Miss K. Wilson nnd tho writer, who loved hor." n Do YOU Know About OUR We are anxious to have you And out about them They will Prices interest you when you're in need of printing father was laid to rest. Hut hoping for a brighter day to como which I am about to receive, so farewell to one and all forever and- - ever." One Who Loves AH. SPEAKING AT CAYCE. Denny Smith, Commonwealth atty of tho 3rd district, will speak at Cay-cnext Monday night in tho interest of the Democratic party. Mr. Smith Is a speaker of note and he should have a big house on this occasion. He is also famllar with the various and sundry political tricks that have been worked In this county nnd is not u filiated with tho machine crowd. Honiombor tho date and make arrangements to run out to Cayce and holp whoop 'em up. A special Is oxtendod to IIIckinanltoH e lnvl-ntlon m Carpenters nro putting tho finishing touches on the building on Wntor streot( being erected for Caruthers Heretofore stated, this nnd ilale will be used ns n garage, nnd will be under the management of Jerry Sparkmnn. Tho tools and equipment of Smith's gasoline engine factory havo been purchased and placed In this building in the repair line. tHBaMBaaaBBaBaBBBBnnBi Smith & Amberg-- j Jiulgo W. A. Naylor nnd Atty J W. Itoney woro In Fulton one day this week. Judge mndo tho trip to look over our county roads, nnd we hope ho Is na well pleased with them ns tho rest of us. Thoy nro the best In ...no this enu or mo suuo. j. Iff . " legal business In Kill Imikliic nfter Electric Bitters "I was Buffering from pain In my stomach, head and back," writes II. T.Alston, Raleigh, N.G, "and my liver and kidneys did not work right, but four bottles of Electric Hitters mado mo feel llko a now man." PRICE 50 CTS. AT ALL DRUG STORES. Mado A Now Man Of Him. ... .. lton. Mrs. Williams hor death-bed- , wrote a farewell lottor which Is as follows: "In regnrd to my death and requost to dear children and kind friends, it Is ngnln and again I bog thou not to grieve after your mother and friend, for she Is safo in the arms of tho denr Savior and has paid tho debt jou all will have to pay sooner or later. And be ye also ready for tho time '8 short to strew flowers, dear children and friends In your mother s nnd friend's pathway vvhllo she lives, for the "grave Is nothing but clay and knows nothing of flowers nnd .kind words but Is tho resting plneo till mo resurrection morn," wuuru om loved ones we shall seo " "Wo hnve many trials and troubles here on this earth but Cod will holp us to benr them all. Tho dear Lord say"Ulessed aro thoy that suffer secutlons," I havo been ono that has suffered them. I hnve had my heart pierced with many thorns since your On Wednesday afernoon from ;hree to five, Miss Hothol Lawrence, of .Mo., was tho honoree of a brldgo party given by Miss Myrtle Walker. Mrs. L. A. Stono received as the guosts arrived, and Mrs. J C Sexton served punch hi tho hall Mrs. C. P. Shumate( Miss Walker, Miss Uiwrence, Miss Mattlo Hell Shu mnte, of Newborn, and Miss Cora White Horry, of Woodland, wero in the receivng lllne. There was nlso ono table of Hook. Neapolitan cream In greon and luvondnr, frozen In the shape of a bunch of grapes, nnd cake wore served. The guests were Miss os Annie Cow gill, Ixnilse Atwood. Dot tie Davidson, Ktith Wilson, Honnle Lillian Carpenter, Dottle DeHovv. Choatc nnd Frankye Held Tho Str. Qulncy passed Hickman yostorday morning onroute to Now Orleans. The management of this line writes us that thoy will make Hickman a regular stop If they can get sufficient freight for lower river points. I ! vf ill I ilMiMil isl i 1 m-- mmmm wfltftjftifltnftifHI .', f.'&fiv A L ;- - ; ?.' ' " The Courier's Weekly Sermon t- - lly I'AMTnll III hKI.I.-v- T BE! :'..& SU3JE.(lT i!t ( ! Little H',S i: Ky. Lump Coal LOOKOUT Cold weather is coming and if you want the best results get your stock shod and their feet will grow out nnd keep the cold mud from making sore and tender feet. END OF THE WORLD Drops - IS A FALSE THEORY The Earth Abidslh Forever," a tfi'lirrilll na Ton H.- - of Water : : ; ; ; Let me save you money on your coal. dont know about having the best shop us come and see. When you arc sick you want the best doctor, when your horse nccda shoca why not get the bent man to put them on. It Costs No More If you Say Scriptures. Symbolic, Not Literal, Fire Is minent. Im- - : ; ; make a lot of muss, and trouble too plenty unless you send for us. Don't wait for a little leak to become a big one. it is me most wasteful thing you can do. Send to us immediately when you discover anything wrong with your plumbing. That will save you lots of trouble, worry and expense. Delay means disaster and a bigger bill. STEVE PHONES STAHR DOTH expect the social coll rtni;r.'ittoii. nnt tunny yet fenr tho lila- - predicted by the AH)stle. It Huny will cdiiio; not n Jot or tittle will fall Tlio rollRlons "henveni" nnd the aortal "tMrth" will rntrli tire After the srint co'iiInKrntlon. uxii the hh!h. of ti ti mil ti Institutions, Molaii will ostatillHli the Klncdom of Klory ami WwwIiik In the Interests The "new of our xor. dyInK nu-e- . hwivenn" will be the new eccloslcmtlntl Hiwer-t- lri Church In Klory. The "now ) earth" will Im the now nrmtiKiv nient whl'h Mvslnh will InntiKurnte. Some of the Difficulty The early Church Ihik.s1. In harmony with the AKto!le teachliiKs. for Mtrs slab's Kllimlum to n eatHldtslii'tl and for tht nsnillliig "tiinoit of rtsttuiilii of all tilings whlrh Ciml haih nhiK'U by the limutll of all the linly 1'rophi'ts since the worW 1ecnti " Aria III. 1'J1 fter tht? AiMMitle-- i fell ileei mill the KlntHloiH atlll delaytsl. faliw doc mm-Iii- fi'iUfctl AHImmicIi umiiy The Best When you have a piece of work that no one else can do bring it to R. L. Gray's shop and you will find a man, L. A. WOLVERTON of Nashville, do it for you. In Town If you Pustor Russell Says Our Lord Said Nothing About the End of tho Earth, Simply tho End of tho World don Tabernacle Crowded. Lon- are looking for ROBERT COLLIER - i : ; 15. Lo:. T.UlEn.NACLT, Lancaster O n DO Oct ' - Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. MmiHfl'irvnfli HOMEMADE W , w as crowded t o (1 a y to hear te DEL the old reliable black- smith, come to the ' ; ; : Both Phones Mo. 75 Pastor Itusscll. Uu spoke of mistaken notions re the end f tho Ho world his audi-eurd o that can O J? shop and you will sec the best shoo and nails that have cvn been kept in Hickmnn. that PHILOSOPHY. earth ftVSTQglttUSHtLJ ami claimed that er If the government would try to savo tho shipwrecked llvos of tho country rors were built upon misinterpreta- n Itoro-lutlowo would havo tho largest nnvy In tions of KiTlpiuiv. Ills text was Attorncy-at-La- w x. ft, 7, "And tho nnccl aware tho world. ttmt the time should Im uo longnnd Notary Public (delayed!. ' Tho land of sorrow Is not yet so er I'antor UiimhI1 declared thnt Ills text barren that hope cannot grow there Will practice in all Courts has no refwrunco to tho end of time-t-hat and toko deep root In tho winds of time could never end. must alof the State. irrigated despair. ways emluro. The word delayed XCy. six mid Iwve been added by tho transWhen young peoplo return from tho collcgo and feel too good to associ lators to catch tho proper thought. time ato with old companions, tholr edu Tliodelayed mentioned would no louger bo The fulfilment of delayed cation has no bottom. Judge B. T. Davis irtrnls would be accomplished. Them vIowm In rvront yearn hav It takes a long Umo to build up an ten roost pronouncedly voiced by .Independent newspaper. A search of styled Advcntlsts, tho wholo country to find tho fow In Christian are but really to be found In nearly dependent readers. ill the rrenlrt of Christendom. Tho II erroneous thciry ban been further "P TIME ' Wo neod someono to havo faith la up by th misinterpretation of yj knowledge no, to appreciate and lovo us. Sc mr Ixrd'n words translated the tho strange dog In a strange land and Ikr intrW Onr IajmI wild nothlnjr tnJ of nbout and experience .plcturo tho unappreciated human bo in end of the twrlli. jk; what no did lng. in the printing wns the rod of the a ion or pi In which r live. Vnrlotia aion business. Our mental atmosphere Is as vital r ninti Imve folNiwvil one another. as the air we breathe Superstition. i h ending In tiini awl Riving plnco Ignoranco and Idolatry are more noxi ano'litr So the present alon ornge, lous than tho block damp of tho sub ve IhIIiv. will noon give place to n When you we in need of wm terraneous caves. 'Mttr on nr Ax the afon or ago In thing in this line ffhtrh hIii and dnath reigned will The world must bo lit up with tho give place to an atnn liaeAgo In which DON'T FORGET THIS or ray of reason, with tho glow of hop. Cfcrbit and Ills Church will reign with tho warmth of lovo, with tho flr of ambition. Without theoe tho huHeavens and Earth on Fire man race would porish-Utl- ca Globe Tho wh Itave not learned thnt tho Iflble frtHjiiently u!S iHUgUHgo In a lyuiliolk-H- l manner may Ik eicuJod for GLOBE SIGHTS. taking literally some of St. I'eter'a -- ASK FORRATESHatred Is a worso habit than dgar--i itateiueiita reiHctlng the bunting of the Intncns nnd tho earth. A critical etto smoking, and haido to break. study aliovva that the Aiostle could EPISCOPAL CHURCH 8U PAUL'S A loafer doesn't get very good re- not have referred to the literal earth Services: sults out of tho economy he practice.. and tin literal heavens ns tnilug II iifieil the turtn rth p. m. Evory Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 as reprieutliiK iMlety. of No one fools Quite as Important a Communion Every 1st Sunday. Holy viii h the iiHiuiitxIiir or klnRdoniH nro a little man who has Just called a (! bin klme. Jimt hm ho uawl tho wonl a liar. ii.ii is to r'ri"ent the ecrleolafctli-a- l W. J. McMURRY ii'M li Ii nr' even now rolling to- A genius Is tho one who doos today Attorney-at-Lan m roll from the two end- ilii r what tho other follow thinks h wllh "'" t'rotetiint, tlw other Cnth-cl- ! Office in LaClde Building on corner. do tomorrow. ';'!!. o tut conllflgratlon Is tielng Hickman, Ky. ostato dealers scorn to hnro The reel remembered a good deal of the land M. CRUTCHFIELD DR. E. God forgot A. M. TYLER forcvor," nhldeth "the m Hioli.iuAii vwwv For Sale l" Iwl-terf- d Business Directory Into the Churrh. amoiurn lltat Christ' Kliip waa not to be waited for lltat It dm enme at IVnttx-na- t and the AMtlo-idrnot know of It. that It wtit IU way to the ThmiMt of enrth-tu- at tsui ruut Im amilf rviMi thoush tin of Inqulnltrnnary torments were itw-tn- ry to flrvl lhl. Falto Kin4om o? God Wlnn the Prnttsttaitt Itrforimtlen n- liouuresl ratttolk'ram ami lleiWHUCeil ( ax AntlClirUt It iKwoodrsl. Htvertho VarhHM alooK tbe mmr Hmm I'mtmtatit ChunUm did iMr tm to till the laie whtb I'HiMcy cInIhmnI 'i nd to cnrthly klncdoms to Kttptnrt their ' 'Itns to plrltttal dowliMtiofi Thiu Hie I'inr of tttraala la the IImm! V of the tirwk rinirt-U- . lCmMror Ham l the Mend of tlte I.ullwntu aya KIhk ileonrr b Heml nf tU teni Churrh uf r.nrtan.l. ttimrrtbiilly. Wr may b nr. however, that notif of the taltHd wtti lielleve for n ro merit that tbey are rrtunliiK ns and for nml Instead of Meswlali. None of then are Kingdom ef ChrlaL nor comM all of them together, railed "ChrlatumltMM." lHne ever to the glorious things hrlnc to (w-promised of Messiah's Ktnplre that "every knee aliall bow and everj' tongue confess to the glory of 0xl." Indeed. It Is lMcomlng nrorc widely known dally that heathendom, ns well n Christendom, la doubling In population ench century trlno ..them tb thtxird s The Everything' You Want Grocery Snow Flake Flour. Best Meats in the city, fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guarantccd4to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Hcinz's, 57 varieties. asstc w. rt Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74 HICKMAN 9 tffii-jsJKfli MaBML MARBLE I.STAIlf tNlll'HBWM.Or WORKS - l ISM con-suni- sym-tjln-all- HELP THE KIDNEYS Hickman Readers ng, tho Way. aro TOM DILLON, Sr., LearnitO II. II llAIIIIHftllV. Prop. (llSHStanll n blg-xsa- It's tho little kidney Ills - . The lame, weak or aohlng back Tho unnoticed urinary dltorde That leada to dropsy and Urlght's JaaaaLLmLaK Marble and Granite Monuments CURFUNc;. STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. disease What has bocomo of tho old stand. Phone Mo. 2. od circus that advertised a Behemoth Hickman, Ky. of Holy WrltT HICKMAN Funeral FURNITURE O. Directors and Embalmers. Thero aro stlU a fow peoplo, wo who consider tho tambourine a, musical Instrument. no-tlo- o, Relieves Backache Instantly Sloan's Liniment is a great remedy for backache. It penetrates and relieves the pain instantjy no rubbing necessary just lay it on lightly. "I hid mr Wk hurt In the Hor War and in Sao Francisco two yean acu I itrrct car In tlw mi hit It akinda o( dope kuim place. ithuut I Irkd all Two wrckt afo I aawr jrour liniment in a drujr, atore and got a CMtilt- to ncsa. I am almriat Phone 20 day or night. Hickman, Ky. THE ELECTRIC STUDIO Everything In Photography Style, Quality and Prices Kight Next to Prloo House W. F. MONTGOMERY Tho club Is tho only convincing argument, and no gentleman will uso that on a woman. Moat any woman can accumulate money by going barohcaded, but what would tho milliners do? Atchison' Olobe. Here's Proof. Undertaker Hearse and drivers furnished on short notice. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. The only dairy In Fulton County. Rough Lumber Tor Sale... Dimension Stuff cut to order on Short Notice. Mill located on Dresden Road miles east of Hickman. 2 If you are in need of anything Tho Misses Burrow, piano and vioin this line, see lin, and Miss Soulco, vocalist, at the Lyric, Tuesday, October 10, 1011. AlDr. J. M. HUBBARD -2 We want to nsk a favor of tho citl-zoof Hickman and Fulton county In assisting us to make tho Courier bettor and nowsler: If you havo a visitor from a distance, it somo of your family have gono on a visit, If you know of somo ono who is Quito sick, if you know of a wedding, If you know of a death, If you know of a birth, if you know of an accident, or If you know of anything In tho way of news that would bo of lnteres to tho public, wo kindly ask you to please tolephono It to us and glvo all tho facts in connection with It that you know; and It you llvo in tho country and havo no telephone connection, please drop up a postal card or a letter giving tho facts in connec-llo- n with any item of news. Dy doing tills you will greatly assist ua In giving our readers all tho news happenings of tho county. Wo want A IX THE NEWS. S.iei,Hie nrat application cauard luunt and now except fur a little ttiti. wrll.' FLLTUILK MORMAV. WUtticr.Lalif. SLOANS LINIMENT writes: "Sloan's Liniment Is tlw t for rheumatism. I hive used six Lot ties of it and It is grand." Sold by all Dealers. Price, 25c., 50c, and $1.00. U.-s- is the best remedy for rheumatism, neuralgia, sore throat and sprains. Miss E. Rim of Ilrooklyn, NT., Whoa tho kldnoya aro sick. Help thorn with Doan's Kidney Pill Kentucky Hickman, A remedy especially for sick kidfaH neys. Doan'a havo boon curing kidney troubles for 75 years. Endorsed by GO.OOO pooplo endorsed at homo. Proof in a Hlakinan citizen's statement. J. H. Weathorly, Third & Ivy St., HICKMAN, KENTUCKY Hickman, Ky.( says: "For somo lime I waa afflicted with a most annoying case of kidney complaint. Theklduoy milKOTOUH accretions were far too freiiuont In It. M. IHt.KIt J.J.attONIUIIlANT II. T. HAVIH passngo and I bad to get up somo IOKO.ll.TIIUHt.KMI.il Ilr.J.M. HtlllllAKII nights as often as sovon tlmos. In T.A.I.KIIKtlllll IIKMtV HA.NO UK tho morning, I folt tired and llttlo llko doing tho day's work. I trlttd a We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, antl numbers of remedies and doctors, but offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent to no avail. Finally Doan's Kidney with sound banking. Fills camo to my notloo and gutting a & Ellison's Drugstore supply at Holm INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS I began taking them. The content of threo boxes restored my kldniys J. J. It. IIONI.rilANT. 1'rfl.lPMl j. A. TIIOMPHON. Cubl.-to a normal condition and improved 11.0 IIAMAOK. AmH Cnsliltr my health." For salo by all dealers. Prlco COc. Foster-MUbur- n Co., Buffalo, N. Y solo agents for tho United States. Z xix' Remember tho namo Doan's and Z take no other. Farmers and Merchants Bank . Sloan't I IpLToHnkyvH ltXVJ wrVO Horiri, Itook on Who la your clothes doctor? No hotter place than White Ilros. Wo know our business, do our work woll and guaranteo satisfaction. What inor do you want. Z Z Try FRFSH MFAT.Q i 4 o. xx. I'hone Moonn J I aM40 to announco Virginia Lutcu LAUNDRY -- AT J We are authorized Rrpfllpu H. ParliQm'Q I Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work St iKSif2ZM. S$S H'jln, LaWiBBVxr' roultry MM dee. Addrtis Boston, HfK and There 'a somo class to IlcUoreworUi for Superintendent of & Prathcr's 2Cc Granger coffeo. Havo a candidate Schools of Fulton County, subject to you tried It? tho action of tho DemocraUc party. Election Nov. 7, Mil. OrXarlS.SIoan Lowest Prices i. GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore oaaasT so moving pictures In connection with Admission 25 and tho entertalnmcnL 3So. Phoue 38 tor groceries. Havo you tried It thnt now coal, washed auu giadcd to regular slzod Let us flguro on that bill of lum lumps especially nulled for cooking. bor. Itoynolda Uom ft Co., In corA A. Farli. porated. -