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Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, rnrun i its vvcoicniM rLhlUUrI This Paper Always Stops out. lo-lle- " 1911 when yourtlmo la M'6 don't hn forcing (v on nnyone. ?npr do not want to m I a a i copr. keep the aubacrlp-tlo- n paid up. A notice of ex pirn, tlon U given here IS Uay ubead with Number 18 A Blue Mark Hickman and Electric R. R. tmiHxl fro'it l"t iw. Il areliuii. , , l. i i lone an It proves Mr. Harry W .ml prctltnblo F. Whunon, rupro-il lr. B. Traction & Tow orAmerican. in) upon tho btartl. ;lllllll (ID Financial Aiturance , lath tho wlrvlce of Major Cal-K. mid N. K. of lluffnlo, N. i Milting nidiiiHir for bin project, v assured that upon tho bonlH i, r prtB, Ibo American Traotlou i , ,r Company, as woll as othr A ,i ,, ,. imsjulnl Interests may bo providu tbo sovernl mil i.m.ii u fur tho construe- .iMiiart It nil qiilpwi't of HiIh rout). mii ,, to raise llif loonlaub- , ,.i , i, rapidly o Ibttt tbo ougln-u.- . oik may bu flunuoed and i. .i.l with beforo winter seisin, j,,, .u mn ond material may bo in i ui.d during tbo wlntor, and con lu tbo spring . . , i,,u oommoiioud ii. t to tM s)stouiaUc business urganJatttloii of tbU company, k. projeit l a I.JX.IM of tut Tlwru atu no lcgllltuulu rca ,u.U Mi. uat ouii bo urged an to why i tud will not auectjtd aud bo a pro Jot t mi j duHUud earning : , i ruali UTOW Ih vnr.. l2f.Lh?"no Bml twturlnjr llaaiH win IU yisira or inlaery. Kon'l (aim sny rhanrm' Uralrny tln IIrmn st thi ImKlnnlnK nf lh trimtiln J.ith I) mothlnK hikI rlaatMlnk' wuah. l, l l,rnuTlntlfin for Bcz.'iim A 35c bottle will prove thla to you. mi I ji.mii, n Pao p" r nK i tri m ten nro r 'ii' ii nnl ti inil i i I nli rriiK nt work i H ( n.Iii i njK i, , n.mj.i aironl ' ldly ii i' I'l) i iik ik their t inln llHKim f illltl t ulini 'tula ,it I" ful III v . Germs Spread in Skin nt i 'll-- company's offices, City Na tlonal Ikrnk Ilulldlng, Tnducnh, K Appointment. Wllllanibon Is hereby Burorlntcndent of the IMWslon of this company, with hrndnuartora nt Sturgls, Ky. C W Williams Is hereby appointed SuiKirintcndcnt of tho I'aducah Division of this company, with headquarters nt Marlon Ky. I M Smith is heroby appointed Superlntondont of tho Wlckllff, of this company, with headquarters at Paducah, Ky. II H. Coo w hereby appointed Superintendent of tho Mayfleld Division of this company, with headquarters at I'aducah, Ky. All these appolnments became October 25 1911. H I Oi4-- ' nMIV what h. 0a n n.l .'wulA iii tlt W liavp lind rxporlcnen with many reiiKnlles for Hklu Iroulilo lint liuvo tieviT accn hiicIi romarkuliln curcn an iiioho frm Ii Ii l l'rfMcrlptloii. relief from the iry ftrnt nppIN ration are no conflitpnt that D. D. D. will rwicli your cano that It will cost vmi noililriK If th very flrnt full slzo liotilo fullM to mako nood ovcry claim. If you have akin trouliln of any kind wo rertnlnly mHlae you to drop In and InumtlKHii- - tlm mcrltH or I) l. I), anyway Wo know that 1. D. D. will help joo. lllckinnii Urug Co. W. Cough If You Want to but remember it is very annoying to those around you and it's anything but polite when you can get so ready an aid as Tarpine. A single dose will ease an ordinary cough. Very often three doses will cure it. Keep a bottle on hand at all times and you will always have prompt relief at hand. Guaranteed by Mn-rlo- n rill JI-IM- take murw than Uin i!i all nlmroo "at this stwini roads, and by providing fnv Htock U rraillly In rwirh of quont BerIci', the wholo territory I h ile'loi)d, tho residents are kopt In tn hotter touch with each other, and there Ib nothing which could bo urged This po in mny hImi proioi (o fur lu regard to this proJect which Is lilsli elfftrlc rurrsiit for HkIUIiik and no fnxornble K)wtr In th- - tcrrllor) tliroiiKh whlrh Stock Subscriptions. It ruiiB With frMiu,.it inlerurban car sonlrf. with will llshtid Ion na, with The stock subscription lists will Operation. HELM & ELLISON "The Nyal Store." ' vrlc Saturday Nurbt. a ':3,.::V":'-'- ' Mft -.- I'?-'-- ? J:"--'- r'tjfi-- i ...-. n..l!! uiniEKE V3. :--v J2 C J la Clede O. if 30o-ixtl-- t STUBBS J f Building, over Bretard'a Store Phone No. 51 House of Quality AntbObJectlont. luuiiiMtcta! ri'Ort tuado on tbo h.u.a of territory Ijiug tutwtu n .n.i.ou, Uuuuio, I'lovldum. . . - uiuBUtwfi, Koutuok), Uiudc luia , b II. U UU.UCO L. 1. 4IU t. ii uuoueo, uu engineer ot hign . MtOWk tflat ai tbo lOaiot . uiiluvu Collars lor ouuirutiion i I I Suits T-5- 0 . a, .. ...u.niuiiir llilj i annum. ttii.ro is eut not uiittvul coiiBtrueuou promvitus l a. iiupOM.d Bjktvm of tuo Km - nj wuuiwoiuxu. tuluformvd unl mil pioplo buo uriiid tual tut k . ut orwtlHg tUo cuuiuoriauu Mill mako tu kuimmkvo nor IB ab ut urvlilBiUtti coal. i.ij uatruu aud uoJoundcd, a n.aiur of brtdso coaatruction ib u. u iiiiuil and ututi at a hisbcoat ,oj ui frulght and paaaonkor traf ) ... ii iilU a BUfllduut ruturn lo j Uu lutMBtmoul of capital m' j . briubi Tbo territory luvlf i ,Maucl) oaay, as far as aumil- ocououilcaj cou 4 'i uiodraUiIy hi., and oh lug to tbo fact that ibrougb i.i ptopottod roulo H nitw) lu whlob tho undotl , o itaourcoB are moat uuimacma u.. r. la no uuoMlou ot tbo fact ' uu road ItBolt will pay from tbi -- ud it jiuodB simply autburita ot tbo oiifitnvorlnK K'lii' fcui d and tabulated In a commer lott, io protldo for tbo fortb t. ot lb noooBsary coiibtruc ,. pr Mlklulu will ItUj 10I OvPfrnfiB-' An I I I White Dros. Phono 195. Cleaners and pressers. A. M. Tyler, wife and son wcro In Fulton, Thursday. c ltl I I 1 II . . ft .00 I I I i,Mtal Ueneficlat Results. ' onstruillou of this road lanb- i BBsurvd In tbo arIous dnl i aiuvd, provided tbal BUfflclriit Bj SEE 'EM BEFORE YOU BUY t. ubfciripUou Is ratacd to ml ot commurclal roport and nary work. Tbo construction road means tbu expenditure rul hundred thousand dollars n duislon, which will largoly in profit to tbo rosldotits of ' mtory which each division cov r Len tho money which Is raIs-- ( iocal stock subscrlptlou U ex t J again right In tho same tor 1 and tboro will bo many out ' traclorti engineers and ion m peoplo nocoBrlly coiuing in touch wlh each dlMslon, Kansas Is the greatest state In the well close when the prorata of stock al i .iMtit flirt tint tiitt1ttfT nntll- mld.d comfort and security ns lach local territory. In ml- - ns economy of operation of farnm and lotted to each division Is In hand union for long whiskered Populists to this Uio amount spoilt for bUHlnewes which brought about All Interested parlies are, therefore nnd other freaks. Tho latest thing uiQkrlal and BUbalatonco by by tho use' of electricity and with tho urged to mnko tholr subscriptions ut Is Knnsns farmers are astonished by ' uibtructlng lontractor in ench high grade freight nnd oxpronn aor-lc- o once, that UiIh work may bo proceed- grent holes In their fields, some five fee wide They are described ns deep i nuniiH a big thing to tho which this company will main- ed with nnd the construction under I enough to swallow mules. Tho alfalfa i development taken in the spring. nmnesB men and residents. tain, It menus n great t desired field on the fnrm of W. A. Ilurford, whon tho road Is lu for tho territory through which It Information Any further nnoroi ' , It Insures steady growth rutin As far as possible, local mon may bo had from any authorized rep- near Fowler cracked open In several fi plnces, while Mr. Uurford was mowi nation as woll as tho constant- - will be given employment in the varesentative of tho company or at the ing hay ono of tho mules suddenly serturring transient truvel, nil ot ' nous branches of tho compaio s dropped into a crack which almost ' 'ii U of financial benefit to tho will bo put vice, and every effort swallowed tho mulo. Not only on territories. All ot this menns forth which Is consistent with mod-orUurford farm but elsewhere in Meado d buBlness for tbo local mtir- in all of tho Ideas, complete I county. Tho cracking of Uio earth 1 jr , increased vnluo for local land, lui-land Ita requirements nnd In Meado county following similar ed development of local CIVIL ENGINEER mako this one methods, to phenomena In Klngmnn, Snfford and op nnd Incieased batik accounts of tno bCBt nnd most succossnu r Heno counties Is causing local scienU thom) who have business rola- - orntng electric railway projects In tists to conclude that all aro caused i in that torrltory. It monns tl0 country. Land, Drainage and Municipal by tho same geological underlying " .'rlty widespread. owing to tho fact that It connects process. Surveys, Maps, Estimates ' a wholo project Is founded on wflh tho doop water terminal, and gnugo steam ' ty. good managoment, perfect gov rnl national standard and Reports. Kentucky has been awarded the hnn- ra nnd high ability. No ono rnllronds, It will bo enabled to banner for having tho largest, numpasscn- d clUior from motlvos dlo boUi through freight and Office over Mtithcny Bros. Grocery ber ot Sundny Schools ot tho first "t loral patrlotUm or from doslro for gor servlco, which in ltaolf, Is nn nd- rnnk, according to tho specifications I; r nl profit on tholr investment, Hickman, Ky. vnntngo to business men nnd otliera laid down by tho Blblo School Work- ,tJ' k a limited amount of this stock In tho torrltory. Electric railroad (Nov ) I ers ot tho Christian ciiurch. 01 p. 0. Ilox W 'k-- to tho tact that no ono- - can rules uro always lower thau those i g Rubber Coats 5 6 ITbW " a I I I WANTED: Elm timber; will pay per thousand at mill In East HickJ. J. Taylor, of tho N. C. &. St. L., man. Hickman Coil Hoop Co. tfc at MarUn, was in town Saturday. Rev. W. G. Stockton will occupy Wo deliver tho goods anywhere you tho M. B. Shaw residence at the foot tell ua to. White Bros, Phone 195. of court houso steps. The property has Just undergone extensive improveTho Kentucky Stato Medical Socie- ments. Tho resldenco vacated by 24, 25 and 2G ty meets In 'Paducah Rev. Stockton will be used by C. II. of October. Moore, who purchased tho place. FOR SALE: A few cholfe lots in s We want to ask a favor of the Itoj,era AddlUon. For parUculars ot Hickman and Fulton county at this office. In assisting us to make the Courier If you have a Tbo Stato Democratic ticket seems better and newsier: as certain ot victory as tho arrival of visitor from a distance, if some of your family have gone on a visit, If tho 7th ot November. you know of some one who Is quite We earnestly solicit a share of sick, it you know ot a wedding, it your business on a guarantee of sat- you know of a death, if you know of isfaction. White Bros, Phone 195. a birth, If you know ot an accident, or If you know of anything In the I will receive another shipment of week. way of news that would be ot Interes that flno cooking coal this to the public, we you to Better get your order In now If you please telephone kindly ask It to us and give want It. A. A. Farls. all the facts In connccUon with It After an absenco of 2G years from that you know; and It you live in the Fulton, Jas. M. Poston and family country and have no telephone please drop up a postal card have returned to Fulton to reside. He or a letter giving the facts In connechas been at Washington, D. C. tion with any item of news. By doW. J. Walker nnd Miss Lera Inez ing this you will greatly assist us in Kerby, young peoplo living near giving our readers all the news hapCrutchfleld, were united in marrlago penings of tho county. We want Wednesday afternoon at four o'clock ALL THE NEW8. nt tho Methodist parsonage. Dr. W. T. Bowling officiating. 19 clU-zenin-ai- re s xon-nccUo- n, H Tickling In the throat, hoarseness, Indicates the need ot BALLAItD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. It oases the lungs, quiets the cough nnd restores health in the bronchial tubes. Price 25c. 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. lo6s of voice , BY PAYING CASH I V- can save you money on your Fall ,) I I H P. CURIJN House of Quality I I Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Mllner announce) the engagement and approaching mar-- 1 rlago of their daughter, Miss Mary Katherlne, to Henry LcRoy McMillan on Tuesday November 14, at the beautiful country homo west of Fulton F M. Wlllklnson and wife who have been visiting relatives in Fulton, Ky. several days, returned Wednesday! They made tho trip In tholr auto, F. M. says he left Fulton at 7 a. m. and was delayed three hours at tho Hickman ferry. East Prairie Eagle. Al McConnell, who recently lettthU county nnd locnted at Roswell, New Mexico, where he purchased a 40 aero farm nt $2."0 an acre Is highly plensed with his now home Mr McConnell has 27 acres In alfalfa, from which he has made four cuttings aggregating 138 tons, and It Is ready lo bo cut again. Harness Saddles Collars have a complete line of Saddles and will make a close price on them all. 1 a m :, 7 it 1 1 gJTI "ryOiivl 9 ''.i-'ii- 1 n ' PAFF HAWKINS department announced bo mobilized in New v York harbor October 30 will comprise 102 warships, Including 24 battleships the largest fleet of American wnr- shlps ever assembled. At Los Angeles the mobilized fleet will consist of 24 vossels, Including ono battleship the Oregon and flvo armored cruls- - The navy that tho fleet to H Hi Come in and take a look. FORTY ACRE FARM: We hnvo a nice lltHe 40 acre place that can be bought right If taken at once. Five miles from Hlckmnn; 24 acres houso; new In cultivation; mile to church barn and garden; and school house; on tulephone lino; has R. F. Delivery; public road frontage of mile; 2 good locust groves etc. Apply at this office. 2 4 II Hickman Harness Co. Phone f 154 n "St,--1 MRS. M'REA TRIAL IS ON Louisiana Woman Charged With Slaying Youth for an Alleged Intuit Draws Crowd. aflfei Your Money Back if Not Satisfied tn'T4"t Show Heard On the Streets ,,,,,, , , iiiHiii.,n....i.t.,..,.. at ,,,. Opelousas. La.. Oot. 24 Through street! lined with curious crowds, Mrs. J. P. McRea, one of the best known women of this city, rode from the county Jail to the courtroom, where she was to be placed on trial for killing Allan Garland, a youth who, she says, Insulted her. In her arms Mrs. McRen carried a portion of the flowers with which her townspeople had filled her cell, Into the crowded courtroom, from which all women and children had been barred by order of the Judge. The names of ICO talesmen were read by the bailiff and the selection of the Jurors commenced The prosecution will seek to show Jealousy was the motive- for tho killing. - Uiu Lyrio nil next uk Ellison Bros. Fresh Meats j. J - II C Helm Is In Loulsvlllo ou bum Mrs. Percy Jotio Offer you, in their meat shop, the best equipped in Hickman, the very best was In Union Cn bygn omit, . 1 '.Mrs. K. 11. Pruthor has - sick tt. from ' , that money tan buy. We could buy cheaper meats but we count nothing as too good for our customers. Two mouths Christmas Day. XSSljjjrdiiy ,, , AN$.Wim - Fresh Beef We buy nothing but young steers and heifers. They cost us more than cows, but they make far better beef. We always gel them .Mr luttuu, oMh( L. tho city Wi'dnviiiayi Mrs llurrus llrosfleldjkjmgquite III lor several' duylij' ',. .'U- - b. Ui, PURITY CONGRESS MEETS Social fresh killed. Mrs Arthur Hhuw of BUu was hero Monday shopping, Mrs James Maddux, of Sjnla lion- Tuesday shopping. - Reformers of United States and Canada Gather Under Aus- plcei of Am. Federation. O., Oct. 24. Young- - Lambs Un-wu- s The sixth Columbus, International Purity congress, under the auspices of the American Purity federation, was opened Informally here with the arrival of numerous delegates and the meeting of contpit-tee- s preliminary to the beginning of the genral sessions. The congress will continue In session through the greater part of the week. Every phase of moral and social questions will be presented and discussed, he white slave traffl. law ensupforcement, needed legislation, pression of vice and rescue homes and methods. Remember there is a big difference between lambs and mutton. Mutton is old sheep .We buy nothing but the choicest of young New tod cheapest, line of China the city. Hickman lldw. "Co. Kll I'owull, or In lambs. Union City, m here Pork And there is a big difference also in pork. We buy only young, tender pigs, no big hogs, and there's a vast difference in the eating. In addition to beef, pork and Iamb, we have pure pork sausage, thu week on busluosit. at mill. 0. ('apt bUaiiH-rs Cypress Shingles, 11.26 a tbouaa&j M. Yates Shingle Co. Tullbt U ou tht !, Uu for a few dnjs pllbtfMs 1 Mltu Jeimlo Wit 1, country style, liver, brains, pigs feet, liver sausage, link sausage, wieners, bologna, boiled hams, dried beef hams, breakfast bacon, etc. ;. il V.4V the Naylor-llarrl- of Ga)43t alttii.i wedding T LORIMER TO LOSE PLACE Proxy U Serve on Republican tional Committee to Be Withdrawn by Lowden. Na- As we have now added another delivery wagon, making four delivery wagons, we are better prepared than ever to serve you promptly. We Atkins Colo Is hurt) In (ho luieivn Hi.) Southern Wool of a Hew lod men 1 ' ' ." f.... Hart, ... PaUcaR,vIi)Ud VIII father week W a l solicit a trial. U. Hart njid taurfly, Chicago. Oct 24. Senator William Lorlmen is to be denied service upon the Republican national committee. It has developed that, following conferences In which Senator Cullom and other Republican leaders participated, forme; Congressman Frank O. Lewdenh as withdrawn, or will withdraw the proxy he gave Lorlmer. LowddD himself will represent the state of Illinois upon the committee when It assembles la Washington six weeks hence. Sealshipt Oysters -- We get them fresh, sealshipt right direct from the oyster beds, and they certainly are delicious. T T Sway n nnd R, Ulnlur in Tlptoavllle h few dayinili.t Mm the week t Phone us, either phone Try our waahod cooldnx coal, Vm form size lump; no dust and dirt A. A Paris. - IT and Mrs. J. M. HubUN n und lo ArilHHton, Ky., Hatunty their runabout. "Mika llettlo LouUo Ourlln, ' Ellison Bros. MisiM Engraved At sf ft'". has Iwh miii e Saturday. 1 1' jr. visiting her fth 1 J Frost Damages Cotton Belt. Your state, county and school ui Dallas, Tex., Oct. 24. Reports from U now duo and payable-Goa- M r In the Texas and a score of points Johnson, Sheriff. Oklahoma cotton belt Indicate that a wide area in both slates has been WANTED TO EXCHANGE: A pa ' visited by killing frosta which un- NAYLOR HARRIS NUPTIALS. things on Oce but they'ro all good HOCWALLOW HAPPENINGS. of horses for a pair of small deliver? doubtedly will damage late ottou at Certainly no young man ever went Popular Young People Ijtikp Mnthewjla shot n fin, owl in mulct, Ellison Orot. well as the early crop. among strangers nud made frlonds Married Tuesday Evening. Mrs II p. Rmtiloy onljrtnttwl faster He is accommodating, pleas- Hi' Gimlet triHk bottoms n few doyn v' 200 Stamboul Homes Burnod. ant, honest, Industrious nnd -- two ago. but Just n the gun wvnt off the formally two tnWes nt Ilrldno Mo One of the prettiest weddings over Constantinople, Oct 24. Fire In started to say handsome) has no bad owl closed Its eyes and (itquntted waning A natal Ootirn wiib wm Stamboul destroyed more than 200 witnessed here was seen at the PresWe verily bollovo he will down low. allowing the shot to go habits. houses and a mosque. byterian church Tuesday evening at Pre. II K PmUr ami I.. P l good husband for n girl that oxer Its head. I.ukO, not to be' out make a 8:30, when Miss Mayme Naylor bedone says he time aimed low, but iVr attended the Waal Kentucky v will surely make him a good wife. came the wife of Oce Harris, Ilov. AnocliUm weotlng at PihIu tho wise bird this time rnUed Hta FRED WEIMER DEAD. Tho couple were recipients of many llttlw On this W. G. Stockton officiating. and allowed the shot to jiam thU wetik. Courier presents, which woro viewhandsome Fred Veimer( age about 40 years, occasion the church was filled to under It .Mlim Jwmrfo Uo Itoldf of Fti' ed by tho friends during a recepSee cled In this city Saturday after a lin- overflowing by the many friends of tion hold at the home of tho brldo uui Tho red mule belonging to Sim Mttndel tho Nnj gering Illness of consumption. For tho contracting parties. after tho wedding. s me time ho had been living In n Flinders has faltoned up so much Hits wsk. vlnttlng her tar. color scheme of the wedding The At 10:30 Mr. nnd Mrs. Harris loft that tho stable will have to bo en- W. A Naylor. tent on the Robertson hill, near the .b pink and white, and tho church for a wedding trip through tho larged. Mac Adams home In the hope of im- was decorated profusely with pink jears has been a social favorite. Her Mr. ml Mrs. C. T. Ilondunihi South, ultimately arriving at Now proving; his condition. .latlons, pink chrysanthemums nud many beautiful traits of character have Orleans, Klllck Hollwangor Is mkalng rapid friends motored to Union CHj nt which placo they will Mr. Welmer was born and reared potted plants, with a huge white bell won for her tho admiration of a larg catch the Sir. Qulncy and return to strides In hl nttempt to win tho days last wank wham thoy sm?ih here, but his parents preceded him to In the center and an arch ocr each circle of frlonds, who are n unit in Hickman, whoro thoy will make thdlr hand of Miss Gondola Henstop, as he day with frldiulK, the grave years ago. Fred la surviv- aisle leading to tho altar with tho wishing her Joy and happiness in tho home. report that he moved his chair two ed by one brother, Fran and one letter "N" over one and "H" over step she has taken. Congratulations? Sure; a shower foot nearer to her on lost Sunday I oror, ns he is n slater, Miss Anna. Mr. Harris is a sou of J. It. Harris, the other. Little Misses Violet Nayof thorn. May you both live long night. Ixjvo laughs nt blacksmiths xsn and hates to seo anybody t Ho was a member of tho I. O. O. lor and Mary Stono were flower girls, of Paris, Term., but has resided In and happily Is tho Courier's sincere Dorothy Naylor and Hickman for tho past five years. Ho wish. Tho blind man from the Calf Ribs thu law. F. lodge and was buried at the city and llttlo Miss Master Joo Roper represented two Is one of the hustling proprietors of community has Joined Jho Excelsior cemetery with lodge ceremonies. Jsfferson Potlooks, who has Piddling Hand nnd was sworn in on deaf in both Utile cuplds. The weddig march was Hickman Steam Laundry, ono of our Deceased was a good man. ears ulnco tlie saw played by Mrs. C. F. Daltzer and Mr. recent but flourishing business enter Six Councllmon nro to bo elected on Saturday night. Hereafter, whon the bollor Mow up while ho was rti Kennedy prises. Wo fully Intended to "show- Nov. 7th. Thero are only six candi- band goes to sorenade a dangorouK J. H. Millet, and Mrs. A.'E. the whlstlo. Is now getting bett. A ent show In West Hickman, sang two solos in keeping with the er clown" on Oce nt this particular dates on tho petition filed n few person tho blind niGn will ho mado to says he can plainly hear known as the Lewis Stock Co., we occasion "I Lovo Thee" and "I time having learned a good deal days ago as follows: H. M. Isler, R. lend the way. up oloso to It. are Informed, will winter here, storing Love You Truly." L. Urndloy and C. G. Schlonkor, Old him during our acquaintance Fit Smith says the grentosl dlsap. their show equlpmet In Jones building wo have Hickman; C. P. Shumate and O. H. Miss Fruilo Allsop looked pi' Ushers wero Messrs. A. B. Kenne but Just at this moment "hair-pinformerly occupied by the Gem. If still at Powell, West Hickman; J. T. Dillon. polntment ho knows of Is to pick an at Atlas Pck at church la dy and Edward Prather. Guy Halo learned that somo tho show Is good, we have failed to was Ix'Bt man, cow- EnBt Hickman. We could not pick owl. ilay, but It Is bollovrd that W and W. C. Reed and large chained nnd locked ncernl hear anyone say so, although they A. E. bells on his suit case as the trnln six butter inon to roprosont us and . Chrlstophor Columbus has been was only skin deep. Owen attendants. Mrs. Lon have been showing her all week. Naylor was Matron of Honor, Miss pulled out of town and we shall not Mayor Dillon, tho old reliable, has mado famous this week as the Wild Unkws Congress appropriates They are not In a class with W. I. .mo more years to servo, which will Onioii school house, by Prof. Sap tlo moro money tho Hog wallow I Ethel Naylor Maid of Honor, und add further provocation. As we startSwain, that's a cinch. n nkr n good strong council. Sprndlon, who lins dollvnred several M'sses Magglo Cothrano and Erllne ed to say, wo'vo learned n lot of master thinks ho will have to talks In his faor to thu scholar. his old Policeman HackeU and Sheriff Itn-d- , of Fulton, bridesmaids. coonskln cap again tln Nothing much Is known of Columbus Johnson arrested Jim Cauthorn, a tsr. The bride wore a handsome lace 'except what can be gained from his negro, on charge of bootlegging. (;uwn made over whlto satin, with tories nnd othor books. tho Ticktlllo Tidings reporis found seven quarts of booze In long panel train, and long veil with during tho electrical storm In his homo and he had four with him Jillut cap, which was caught up with Tho Old Mlsur who lives near the xlclnlty last wcjik sovernl fli '! dewn at Mengel. Judge Naylor will 1111'. s of tho valley, and carried a persimmon tree on Musket Ridge, Is corn wero shocked. attend to his case later. shower boquet of brides roses und ' -- iarfisVC lEslK-- , preparing to dig up his money toPoke Enr.luy's patch of swt' morrow and count it. Mrs. Minnie Coats, of Memphis, is lll'ies of the valley. The matron He bolhnos tnt(H's was dostroped by potato visiting MIsa Hattle' Carpenter nnd wore white satin trimmed with pearl It will be safer to do this whllo every last night and nothing reman attending the bedside of her nelee, trimmings and carried white chrysanbody is nt church. the hills. It comouR a eomplt 'BBlHIBBBMSBBBVBlflBVBBBnKaBBBBBBBBVBBBBBBBBBViafei themums; the maid of honor woro Miss Docia Carpenter, who has been 'WBSm211iHbBmVKbBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBj prise to Poko nnd ho was nsU p a lovoly light blue chiffon dress Tobo Mosoley has sot n lot of very low for several weeks. his feet out Uio window when it handsomely handpalnted- - In whlto mink traps on Gander creek, nnd this poned nnd remembers dreamn A well known spoke factory firm chrysanthemums of with underdrcss winter expects to supply Uio post- the occurrence while It wns hnj is seriously considering putting n light blue satin, and carried white, v . lnu (llun.t Ket UJ, ll0 rll spoke factory in Hickman. Wo need chrysanthemums. Tho bridesmaids Hop.kH our rnlnrnrl.lnr l.lnnl, J ,M,rs n,n "' aeoliig bugB In the Dock a commercial club now to get in be- wore pink chiffon niado over pink c hind this proposition. smith, went to tho postofflco tho oth-- 1 lty of 1,U ,la,ch ,ato satin nnd carried pink carnations. Educational, Interesting, attractive. On exhibition on board Steamer or day without first wnjihinir i.u i ,I,K' ,mt thought nothing strnngc groom woro conventional blacK We understand a white man, Harry The uodds store, OLGA. Elevator landing at rear of ualtzer hands and accidentally canceled sov-- 1 Tho b,,B" UIK,n ,PavlnK lho ' over a palpitating heart Moss, was caught by local officers era) sUimps tho postmnster hod on ' tnl m a oastorly direction Tho bride is a daughter of Judge last night and 20 pints of flro water Poko traced them to tho dander i sale. and Mrs. W. A. Naylor one of tho "were found in his suit case. bridge, whero ho lost all trad Exceptionally inleresting to Open to visitors from 12 noon to 9 p. m moat highly respected families in tho Klllck Hellwanger has lowered his turned back. Thoy nro belleui' Mrs. Fope Herring and daughter, state. A sweeter and moro lovable children. Come and bring them. s In anticipation or a fight bo headed towards Musket Rlln Mrs.'Wlll Hubbard, returned to Union young lady nover lived. She Is not ho expects to havo tho next time ho Rat Smith has londed his gun li" Children 10c Admission City Tuesday afernoon after a visit only a noble girl, but ono Of tho most moots Sidney Hocks In a narrow placo with buckshot and will guan' to Mrs. T. T. Swayne. charming and accomplished young la- School children (20 and upwards, accompanied by their teacher) , Sc each lu tho road. Tho Deplty Constablo natch iwxt n lm mnnnahlno st Lecturer in attendance. dles of Hickman, and for several will probably stay at homo until It Kentu'cklan. Hoy Clark was in town Monday. Calling Cards, Ofice. samples. Wedding Invitations, Src kl is v j. t thuiid-standin- -- T'-ie- aHIL' The Whale 25c .,, rny oyo-brow- J pr-T- s " - ' RclTt six. umilier for cotton . REVIVAL CLOSER TUESDAY. plck- HA8 FORTUNE IN COTTON. Jonca Ih suffering with of nuurnlglo. Jones, of Hrownsyllle, i,,-son, Mr. Will Jouen. who liai bcuu , .mil typhoid fover, la bet- Montgomery Iiiih been Llnnlo . Plant, of Kant IMIHt week. Pollook Iiiih placed hur . Imol nt lllokmati. Wo at buoohhh. uiiK mill fnnilly vUlted ii.-r- , Mr. Clara Wokou- Sunday. t Hourl, I'oyuor, tho hustling ir-in- t bein delivering voiiio which nro very good. it Mm Alfred WIIIU lost. .Mid of T)HlH'UH lltt rininthlz with them In .if trouble. i uomha hns returned been Mum whero ho hn lie linj a nicollnw .:- - nnd groceries. Shaw nnd little noii. loturiut from , h . . -- I i Is - Irdin. ! WW) MM IV UVVII Tbo meeting closed Tuesday morn-H"8. L. Dodda Experimenting Dr. J U. Weber'a preaching was With Different Seed. Ptato practlcnl. instructive and on- .wui.uiiK. u WBH enjoyed by nil A visit to S. L. Dodds office a fow who heard him. The singing, led by dnyii ag0 getting cotton nowa and the choir. wHh friends helping, was In answer to our question "How Is Good, and It was enjoyed. Much the cotton situation?" ho turned to KOOd ll nCCOItlllllHh.Kl l.v II,. u file, nnd produced hie account snlos liitf and wo are much Jtmtlfled. v of cotton that ho had been getting .runiiy appreciate the cooperation luring the past week. They ranged of ministers mid frlendi of other defrom 10 to 18c in Moinnhis. He nominations and we rejolc that they explained thnt the 10 cont cotton worn benefitted also. V L,i,. ti. wub our ordinary short cotton, that our christian peoiiie will m that won well picked (cotton picked Infer tliolr benefits will nWde. thnt ti mil ior would still bring a Ichh price.) bo tm and loyal to the cause of In tho 17 and 18 cont cotton ho baa Ui id r Um and will In. steady, faithful and efficient member of the a aiHicial cotton that ho procured last churches to which they may belong. year nt a vory high prlro a little over J100 iwr ton for tho seed. How All of our umml wrvlcee may be expected next Sunday . w imtMu ever, ho Is reaping his proflta from 1Mb seed as It Is turning out nbout Riving npKirtuii4ty U any who might 1000 to 2400 iwtinds of seed cotton 10 join the church A (Wiwral noro or COO to GG0 pounds of lint Invitation le extended cotton, which la netting him. to any W(l plirK)W prtmrMlK Krfilnv even. nothing nbout what he could get for Ing at 7.W o'clock at KaM Hickman the aeed, from $30 to $50 per ncre In Chapel. tbN SiiHilay mi I m. wUI addillun to tho price of ordinary cot be their rvmilar Snmkiy Scfcool. . ton. w. WIlHOH This Ih not tormod a long staple cotton but Is largo boll and very Margaret Flour, nono Notprolific. This year it opened not ft l'ralbcr. quite as early as his othor special ma ,.. "''i I I S H 1 Ir .ft 'II. I I K. OURT.IN Kverytlilnn for .Monnnd lioys 1IOUSK OK QUALITY M . f hotter.-terswort- -- IMtowm i i, ! 1 2USria . IP We have some new i SL models by, II II fj JIJ V . -M LaH LB I: 5 I m'm that we would like to have you see t. ikI v will five you a hIcii of wltat I this mm- tn lie t 1 models that vc nine in our (.how and window you r Utcr on in the Ik ppintr iliitrku, at t'utiiH'c, on the train, id kiramer j in fact, i ht re you vec wulUlroscil women. ntidtmtc Uic time when you ? 1 sri d and will plnnt most of his plantation in this cotton another year lit has none of tho eod for sale but experts to let a few of our" most reliable planters have some of tho ed another year and will make a con: ran with them that they are to ell him back the cotton next year, but he will agree to give them DOc per hundred pounds seed cotton aboo whatever the market price Is being paid for the ordlnnry cotton that Is sold heref or In other words If the coiton yiolds as well as It did this year, by planting this seed tho fanner will dorlvo from $7.D0 to $12 per ac n on his cotton above what ho would by planting and soiling the ordinary kind. 'Vlong tho lino of planting seed Mr. Uodds gavo us a fow pointers which would bo valuablo to every man who Is planting cotton. He claims that tho seed is tho most Important part nbout starting a cotton crop and wo believe ho la correct. Ho Bays planting seed nhould be procured from the very first cotton that opens, not waiting until tho email bolls In tho top of the cotton Is open, many of liem being frost bitten nnd not matured, thereby getting a seed from the woll matured nnd very earliest cotton. He says he has known People at tho time ho was operating the gins to bring In cotton that bad been picked after tho freezes or old frost bitten cotton, and still go plant this seed yet if this samo farmer who has been used to planting corn all of his 11 fo was told to go to his crib and pick out seed corn he would go and plrk out tho very best matured and earliest corn he could get, and If ho should see some one who- - was planting corn thnt had signs of being frost bitten and mixed with bovoral different varieties, he would think this fellow was crazy, still ho will do even worse in planting cotton and then expect to get good results from this mixed cotton. A cotton planter who get his stock of seed 'n this way, cannot expect any better results than a man who would expect to develop Poland China Hogs from Kazor Dack Scrubs. We ndviso all planters to obtain their seed RIGHT NOW and get them from cotton that you know first, Is yielding well In tbo fiold; second, that Is yielding well nt tho gin; and third, that you know Is bringing a good price on the markets. Mrs. J. M. Ueld is visiting friends SYCAMORE CHAPEL. Ulllo Morrow is improving. Pretty cool picking cotton these mornings. Mrs. Josie Pointer is on the sick list this week. Uray Anderson took in the show Tuesday night. Our school at the Chapel Is progressing nicely with Miss Inn Itoyer ' as teacher. cotton keeps going down we had If as well stop picking and hunt rabbits for a living. Bro. King preached an excellent sermon at the Chapel Sunday afternoon. What la the matter we can't have Sunday School? r L. H. Coombs, of Mabel, was hero a few days this week. Mrs. C. T. Bondurant, Miss Luetic Hondurnnt and Hollls. Kirk motored to Union City Wednesday. r in I'aducah. WEATHER: Fair today and cooler Friday fair and slightly warmer. Hugh O'Donnell, of St. Louis, who has been here this week on business and tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hondurnnt, left Wednesday night. 'Vd Ak v. .;i Culhanc's Comedians are billed to play at the Lyric all next week. At Monday Mrs. Ilowers nnd grandson Master tho opening performance Joe Ambers, returned Tuesday from night, a lady will be admitted free a three weeks' visit in Parngould, with each 35c ticket. Their tlr&t Ark. piny will be "Heaping tho Harvest." ?a will need a w 1 uit or cont. Huy now. You will onjoy it po tiiuch moro thonj first day. And you will have our entire btock to -- S I IP Ml ir Are You Ready to Save Several m t i i ti. SN 1 ..' 51 v t Inuiu. fti i i j SMITH & AMBERG "i iid rulotivos. They Dollars on Your New Fall Suit? Jois elec- i 1 i i l m enter, coming out nt Uie mouth fmo visit. 'AlE ON EXHIOITION.- - Sperm Whale" 78 Feet Long at River Landing. nah a la mode. The interior tric lighted. Today is tho last day this Interoet-lu- g sight may bo seen In Hickman, ns the boat lonvea late tonight. 'imI the vessel Olga, moored n Tho fan sonBon will doo next Tuen ' c.f Ilnltzer & Dodds store, day. n the Sth wonder of thu Show spout n fow days tills mounted apurm whnlo mens-- s on lUielfoot week In length. feol St xblblt Is particularly Inter-'oSupt. PcobluH, of tho N.( C. & St. an cduotitlonnl standpoint, L is lioro today in hla. private oar. u only Bporm whnlo evor put in i Ion II. L. Curlln, of Woodland, Is Bpend m Ing tho week with his son, 11. K. Cururi some fncU nbout this lln. mated ago 1C00 years. 'i' of skull boup 6,000 pounds. " thought to bo tho lnrgest I'l'io of bono In existence lion Shnw. of Onkton, has accopted n position with 11. K. Curlln until 'oiub 18 feet long; wullit 25 ' 1 'inds. In head contained perm oil. '" l r of bond, 1C feet. '' c. '' - bar-- 1 feet across, "Ml weight 200,000 pounds. L'it of heart 1C0O pounds. bonee of the whnlo have all i u served nnd mounted. Upward peoplo can stand In tho Blomnch nt ono tlmo. A door i" ui ono aide whero tho crowds 17 Mrs. W. II. Heath Is homo from semi nlouo. a visit with hor husband nt Mnrblo The whole South is Infested with Hill, Mo. tho boll weevil, especially In tho territory whore the long staplo cotton Tounos-ePros, rnrmor, of the West so successfully, and Wholeenlo Grocery Co., was here hns been raised while this Is not what is termed n establishInst Friday with a vlow to long staplo cotton, still It Is Ions ing n wholesale grocery storo In this fancy price Is bnd-I- ) enough to bring n very city. ThlH Is n business thnt samo tlmo yields ns much tho needed In Hickman. Wo fnlled to and at ordinary short cotton He nny as tho learn whether MV Fanner took nbout .10 ncrcs of this cotonly had definite action In regnrd to the every ton this year, but has saved o luring cotton, but ho coinmcnccd picking this on the 4th of September, Just fourteen dnys Inter than his otln r cotton however, he thinks that next season nftor this seed hns acclimated thnt it will be practically as early as his other early vriotlos. Mr. Dodds has mnilo n specialty of early maturim: cotton for several years and is tx perimont with nil tho different early varieties that he can hear of with n vlow of gotllng early matur Ing cotton, but nt tho Bnme time one that will ylold well and bring a good prlco on tho markets. This ho knows ho hns in his "Dodds Kentucky Pro- llflc." Ho was tho first to have cot j ton on tho Memphis ninrkot this year, i having ginned threo bales on tho 23rd of August, but ho feels that If bin new high price cotton that nono has hold for less than 17 Wc this year will open n little earlier that he has n fortune In raising cotton for the I remarkable 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 famous "Schwab" guaranteed suits, and am ready 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 all-wool i j tiIJ j. W ', WV0AV'irii Jfei tArttJ'M I 1 m 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. 4i frfaiiilim.nl . J'", DAIRY OOW VERSUS CHILD. When You Think of UJj b i Fli r n if mro i im v Great Contrast Detwetn the Care and Thought Bestowed Upon Each Near For Jerseys, Palace Lexington School "Out at the Elbow." 1 li.nl not liHd time to get my lug- oilier and draw a long breath im' ui in I Think of (Montgomery The biggest and most varied line is now ready for your inspection. only enables men to sell have ever shown Selling for cash 1 .ifuT un tun the irnln at l.uxlugton I wax usktsl: bel-'i1'n'i Ihh'H out to IlHKiflll'-eTI Hiisweicd. nitlier breathless- mil iImih! Then 1 pit timed myself toM't'x'i and uuswered ut a venture, c' v.hi ntc. ii Hie plui'e outside of i ton ulieio Henry Clay wuh li-ii- '' lldl II I It-- ' lij'l 1. "ii, j mi im' ' Ifs the bltfgost and ill tM tlini'.' in tin- - wny of a dairy farm In tin world .iu know It's owned by Mr II . ttiii r New York city." I woiii i In- - ..im For Less Money than credit houses, and you will save by trading here. I also carry a full line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. on intllt-- t n the great dairy farm ear went past I.exlni:- - Come See the Goods All the & latest magazine at Fetbo WHY HESITATE7 French's. A small wheel to bo carried on the roar axle of on automobile Is intended to prevent skidding. evening. Regular services at the Presbyfails. terian church Sunday morning and Pon'tlpe'lon is commouly ennsed Rev. Stockton, minister. An Offer That Involves No Money Risk if You Accept It. We are so positive our remedy wll completely relieve contlpatlou, no matter how chronic It iiwy be. that we offer to furnWi it free of nil cost If It by Mrs. C. D. White, after an extended visit to bomefolks, has returned to her home in Memphis Tenn. If manufacturers are to figure the they amount of tariff protection think they ought to have, why not let the consumer pay what he thinks would be about right for his taxes? When street lights are not burn ing because of defective lights, etc., tbo Hickman Ice & Coal Co. requests that they be notified of same. Call at office or phono No. 48. This will help to improve the service and will be appreciated by Mgr. Dillon. of the nerve and muscles weakne of the law Intestine. To exect a euro you must therefore tone up and Mrengtheu thoe organs and restore tlieni to lieHlthler activity. We want jou to try Itexnll Orderlies orour guarantee. They are eaten Illw ciindy, nnd nrt- - particularly good for children Tliey seem to nrt directly on the nerves nnd muscles of the bowels. They apparently have h neutral notion on the other organs. They do not puree or cause other Inconvenience. Wo will refuud your money If thev do not overcome cl.ronle or linliltn.nl constipation and thus nld to relieve the myriads of njfiK'Inte or deendent chronic nil ments. Try Itexnll Orderllus at our risk. TUee size. J(V. 2.V.. and GOc. Sold only ut our store The Rexall Store The Hickman Drug Co. Bob Whipple the Union 'City tile factory man, was in town Monday All advertisement Intended for tbo Courier MUST be in not later than noon, Wednesday. Our patrons will n' se govern themselves accordingly roll TIIK JKIIHIT CO UK. ton's lieiintlful new Country club nnd Hplendld residences, urruunded by imigultli eiit old forest trees. Too mm h iiiunut bo Mild or written nliout this wonderful dairy farm of Mr. IIiikkIii'k. The creamery, where I lie milk Is cooled, liottled nnd double settled for Jelhery In Lexington, I tin II rt Nile building of rough Htoue. Ttie (nice dairy burn is of concrete, brick and tiling, which elves it the appear-mic- e of soufo splendid county Instltii tlun. Men in immaculate white uniforms were moving almut the barn getting ready to milk the 12.' registered Jersey cows that would soon le brought In from the hundreds of ncrc of blue grass over which they roam, (ihinclug at the doors and windows, I saw that thej were covered with fwreenlug to Keep out the llles. while WHler pipes mihI hose wore everywhere I was to Insure absolute eleHiillness. vcrj mm ii Impressed with the beaut) . comfort nnd magnitude of everything I saw. so as left the barn I asked: "Where do you get this tremendous supply of water I saw hose nnd piping everywhere nnd n huge tower by the creamery." "We Imve a complete pumping plant across country on the far edge of tho furm nt ItuseH's cave." I drotp to Russell's enve and found perfect pumping out tit. even to n double (liter tliHt the water might lie as pure s it was Kss!ble to make It. Suddenly I remcmliercd that I had nor come to Lexington to admire tho benutv of the wide fields, the cm ml old 1 11 14 --- Jr w--Dot,'c- '0' i Ar -- 1a Boys Suits and Overcoats The especial merit of "Perfection and Frat" clothing for boys and children is in their being made by tailors and that prices are no higher than asked for ordinary factory-mad- e suits. An unusually attractive line of knickerbocker suits at $2.50 to $10.00. Boys Overcoats of every stylish shade and material made with improved convertible collar at all prives from $2.50 to $15.00. "TESS and TED" Shoes for Boys "CADETM Hosiery for Boys II ..tf iraoortant la Hnthlnv la the horns than clear, eteadr light. Insure this by getting clean without ft nicker down to cnnsyivama tne last crop, crude oil refined to perfection. n Costs no more than the kind saves ilIONKx" eaves 'WORK eaves eyes. Tour dealer has SOL.1TB OII In barrels direct from our works. UO OU the Lamp Oil that Saves Eyes morn mat uurua vicar aua FOR SLE. Good gontle family horse, not afraid of nutos or train 8 years old, 1C hands high, weighs 1240 S A. Wade( Union City, It. 1. 2p. Telephone 581. What Is believed to be a world's record in transforming standing gra'n Into bread was established by W. S. Gable .a fanner living near Bellot, Kas Just thirty minutes clasped between the time whon the wheat wns cut, and when Mr. Gabel took the first bite of a biscuit which has been made from It. As Boon as tho grain was rushed a nillo and a' half to a mill and made Into flour, and then to ken to a baker, who made the biscuit. I Tho previous record Is said to bo one hour II Smith & Amberg" i tMZiiMVMHHVviaiiaiaiaiaiaiZaHiiMa 5' tank-wago- Chas. Refinery at Warren, "Wo cell the celebrated Carb" Auto Oil. C SloH OU Co. Louisville, Ky. T. "No i ENDORSED BY O'REAR Big Raiss In Taxes Saddled on Farmers. One of the most flagrant violations of campaign pledges uos the raid organized by upon tho Governor Wilson to cover up his ex travagance, and carried Into effect under his order by tho Hoard of L'quallzatlon. Having wasted more than one. Quarter of a million dollars of tho pcoplo's money in foolishly exploiting the state mllltla, hu paid tho piper by Increasing the taxable aluo of farm lands in two years, 192,029,-431.0Tho burden, us usual, full upon tho farmers, tho very people to whom Judgo O'Jtcar is now appeal's ing for help, although Governor administration, which was re Hponsible for thl s Increase, meets with Judgo O'Kear's hearty commendation. tax-paye0. Wll-Bon- Kicked by a Mad Hone. Samuel lllrch, of lleotown, Wis , bad a mest narrow escapo from losing his leg, as no doctor could heal tho frightful soro that devolopod, but at last llucklon'a Arnica Salve cured It coinplotoly. Us tho greatest healer of ulcers, burns, bolls, eczema, scalds, cuts, corns bruises ntid piles on earth. Try it 2Cc at Holm & Ellison. old-sore- s All tho leading magazines & at Fotho Two hunderd "progrosslvo It llrnna" in their first national " ftice held Monday In ChlrK" domed Senator Robert M. Im K. of Wisconsin, for president Indorsement camo In thw shape of luiloim in prt framed by the f( of tho Intorlor. J n ! GurfMd who. It wa hold u delegates, expressed the vlowa of odore Itoosevolt. 8H-retr- y ' I rOU TIIK CHILDUK.V. Talk on Drug Store Purchases A Probably there is no class of merchandise on which you must depend so much on the integrity and business honor of a store as when buying Drug Store Goods. Few of us have the opportunity to become competent judges of the real value of the majority of the things sold in a drug store and misrepresentation easy, and alas, too frequent. Here you buy with a comforting assurance that the goods are just what the label says. We do business on strictly business principles which will certainly apyeal to you. French's. homes or Mr. Unggln's great dairy farm, but to look carefully ut the I turned to the man III schoolhouseH. 'barge of the engines and pumps and usked the distance to the ne.nvst si hoolhouse. It was no' an eighth of a mile away from the pumping station uud was n decided contrast arAlthough I had seen chitecturally. w.ill.s. concrete wulks, In every direction nbout the Ilaggln burn, there was no HcmblusK e of a walk from tho front gate to the Imdly patched wooden steps that vtro Intended to lead the children along tin prlmroso path of knowledge. Kicrythlng was "out at the elbow." The contrast between the care and thought bestowed upon a dairy cow and a child was here shnrp and dls-The dairyman could see and in t . tlguie the lii ei t and Immediate return lu hard dollars and cents when his cows are luxuriously treated, hut ho 'utilil not or would not try to see Into 'he future of the children and meas ure the leturu from mi Investment In 1 1 Saturday Night Tho Lyric. SILVER OF QUALITY AND h t Governor McCrcary asked Judgo O'Hear tho direct question, if heap-prov- e this raise of nearly one hundred million dollars on ho farm lands of tbo state, and it must bo said to Judgo O'Ucar'a credit, that ho was frank enough to admit that ho DID approve of it. Ho said that his political advisers had told him that it would bo a dangerous thing to Indorse, but that ho thought that it was lawful, and that ho believed tho Republican 4 'bonis. The citlrsnship of a community Is officials acted honestly under their as good or as bad as its schools make oath of offico. It. f.x r-- "sfiStP BEAUTY Unquestioned durability and exquisite dciion ., the hialicst ifle.il n ...... ..,.,1 .... U99UII.U Jr. lu Pi and fancy j'il-- null,' (1IU beating the spoons, forks, serving pieces renowned trade mark ,..-,- . n 847 ROGERS BRQS.1& There arc various makes of silvctplatrd tableware which arc claimed to be "just as good," bill, like all imitations, they lack the beauty and wearing quality identified with the original and genuine " 047 MCUISMOS' warcpopularly knownas "SihcrTlatcthnt Wears." by leading dealers everywhere. Send for , catalogue "C-showing all dcgm. L" Helm & Ellison "The Nyal Store." "71 Remember LThtt everj added helps to make tkii better forevcrybodj It logically follows that if Judgo O'Hear is elected Governor, and runs tho fitato in debt, as all his Republican predecessors have done, ho will follow Governor Wilson's method of emptying tho pockets of tho farmors, becauso his Board of Kqulllzation has tho authority-unde- r tho law to put any burden on them that is necessary to support tho extravagences of tho ( BUIUUI BRITANNIA C0."""""Vr."" Wen, Conn. Ttf - y'raTF.",. tjfri"-iji- t-- w t - fnfmrw"''"' . .j1. Of per Year In Advance $1 4 ?1 OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops when your time la out. we dont tn forcing n on nnyone. f you do not want to in I a copy, keep the aubscrlp-tlo- n ro Wl No oicrptlont In p 'ilr It till ruin. w.rk-iur- ely enough. U ohrnu nm. Twenty ;( thU jwper cot njrinr. No mini l too poor toipenil till, miiitiint for n pnper Hint Kiwi nit tlio county nml ii THE HICKMAN COURIER. Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER Local News 26, 1911 runs paid up. A notice of expiraU Riven here tion IS days ahead with r V 13 Number 18 A Blue Mark II iGma) 3)d ttye Eleetric 1.1. New Electric Rnilwny System Would Important Bearing on the Future Commercial Interests of Our City. Links Together Many West Kentucky Towns. Hickman Will Naturally be Most Important Terminal of Gigantic Interstate System. Advantages. be known as the head of tho deep waterways. Hickman is logically that toti point On this account, every artery of commerce, both water and rail, that wo possess will add weight and attractiveness to the selection of this Important terminal. While other cities can only hope for the benefits that ncruo from tho now road, wo will bo benefited In double measure. ? to Hickman, rom Stubbs, Moscow and Cayce, EisiajHaiaiaiaiisiaiaiSi'aiaiaisiaiaEjaiaiaHE 17 miles. Flor-llloo- Division No, C. Commencing at Paducah and runs through Krebs, and Hoser, to Mnyflold, 28 nilles. New Things llth Ktiry citizen b tjnki our ntw iitrW-- of Hickman should in any project tlmt will (own bigger ami batter, nrul llitrt'furo should In pnMiiiK Interest take more than promoting the la plan-pod 'ltrtrlc railroad which to terminate here. It building Into Hickman moans luort than merely having tho advan-okcafforded by another road It b will ndd weight to the inuiit gigantic propwltlon that has ever dovelopod In tho Mississippi Valley tlmt of making Ilickiuaii tho head of the deep waterways. For tho benefit of those who havo paid llttlo attention to thin subject wo will briefly state that the Panama canal, which Is to throw tho Atlantic and I'ndflc oceans together mi far as International commerce Is concerned, will be opened In less than 20 mouths, and Missis -- sippi river traffic will be revolutionthereby. Already the great ized steamship companies nre making plana to utilize the river and discharge their cargos as far Inland as the Inland waterway will permit. As the Mississippi Valley consumes a largo per cent of nil Imports and furnishes material likewise for export. It naturally follows that the ocean steamships will como up tho river as far as" possible, and that point where they stop will Having a greater Interest than he other towns on tho proposed line, we should get in behind the move with energy certainly equal to the less fortunato cities. This matter will come up for our consideration In a very short time, and Its importance and bearing on tho future growth and prosperity of Hickman should prompt us to get busy. Wo cannot afford to pass it up and certainly no one would think of doing It who has property Interest here. Union City and many other towns have already taken action in this matter, putting up their pro rata of survey costs, etc. We give below a prospectus or outline of the company's plans. Organization. The Kentucky Southwestern Electric Hallway Light and Power Company, Incorporated, Is a Dolewarc corporation registered In Kentucky. Its present capital stock Is $1,750,000 divided Into $1,000,000 worth of com mon stock, having a par value of ten dollars per share and $700,000.00 worth of 7 per cent preferred stock, hating a par vnluo of ten dollars per share When the necessity develops in the need for more capital for constructing and operating this company's proposed lines, this capital will be Increased and when a tangible equity Is produced, bonds will also be Issued to complete the financing of the project. There Is no promotion stock, all of this stock being fold for cash, and uvcry stockholder Us In'ttalBd'organlzaUon on the same Division No. 7. Tho Murray division, commencing at Mayfleld and runs through Fulton Creek Farming-ton- , Cold Water, Stella and Penny, We have just received a handsome to Murray, 24 miles. line of Cut Glass, including new patterns never before shown in HickFinancing. man, and by all odds the prettiest Tho American Trnctlon adn Power and richest cutting we've ever shown. Company of Indianapolis, a responsiThe prices, however, are no higher ble and well rated concern, has offered than charged for older patterns. to tako over tho capital stock and You are cordially invited to call build tho road, providing all the monej necessary, provided that tho people and see this line, whether you care UUng along tho proposed routo shall to purchase or not. subscribe to sufficient stock to pay for the cost of a commercial report, and location survey and the securing The Jeweler of rights of way, franchises, and terminal facilities. It has been estimatNet door to Montgomery' ed thnt the entire cost of such work will run between $175 and $200 per BSjsiajajsEisisiaiajsiasErsiarsisiEEissEJss mile. In order to raise this amount In tho local territory, the company Directors and Board. has placed on sale sufficient number In addition to the officers and diof shares of Its capital stock, at ten dollars per share to pay tho cost rectors listed above, every community of this preliminary work. When is expected to elect from among Its this Is done, we have nn agreement own stockholders, one director and with the American Traction and Pow- three members of the advisory board er Company to purchase the balance of this company. These gentlemen of our stock, and provide the money by serving upon the board( are able to assure the proper handling of all for the complete construction and of tho road, as may be spe- funds raised from tho local territories cified in this commercial report. In- and to afford full protection to the stead of asking for bonuses and do- local Investors. The advisory board nations It has been determined to Is for the purpose of keeping the diraise this amount of money through rectors and officers of the company stock subscription and the stock In close touch with the needs of the which Is offered to local people, Is territory In each division s.th spethe same stock that will be pur- cial relation to the Interests of the chased by the American Traction & stockholders In each division. This Power Company, and will parlclpato makes tho company one possessing In the earnings of tho company and a majority of local management and its dividends on tho same basis, in it is agreed that this relation shall proportion to the amount held. 1st pago.Sml In Cut Glass BROOKS $ Oontlnuetlon section. nasi. Officers Tho officers of tho Kentucky South western Electric Hallway, Light and Power Company are: H. C. Rhodes, Rhodes-Burforr- d Li ta :c if? ?3 f: President of the Furniture Company Cmrif M liul tcblffMt IUI of Puducah, President. E. F. Whcaton, Vice President of tho Henderson Interurban Company, Henderson, Ky., and first vico president of the American Trnctlon and Power Company, Indianapolis, Vice President and General Manager. Treasurer, Hon. II. H. Scott, Padu-caIvy. :s: r h. Paul Itorcros' Ride; ono of six historical pictures by Edward You can get tho six pictures, In tho original colors, size 11 x 10 Pen-fiel- 12 Inches, by sending cents to lUrt Schaffncr & Mnrx, Chicago. THE news that Paul Revere brought to his neighbors was important to them ; and to the whole world. Our news but it's important, You ought to be glad to know that is not quite so vital as his ; Secretary, John D. Smith, Paducah, Ky. Directors, H. C. Rhodes, E. F. Whcaton, R. H. Scott. Harry W. Davis, Charles N. Thompson and L. Rubel. Depository, Tho Mechanics Trust and Savings Dank, Paducah, Ky. Route The standard gauge and clectrio railway which this company Is engaged In building, will commence at Unlontown, Ky., having Its northern terminal there, and will run through Paducah, Ky. to Hickman, Ky., at tho head of deep water navigation on the Mississippi river. It Is expected to form a traffic arrangement with the Henderson Interurban Co,, which has its western terminal at Unlontown, running thence to Owensboro, through Henderson. Divisions. Tho system of Tho Kentucky Southwestern Company Is divided Into seven divisions: Division No. 1. Is the Marlon division, 38 miles in length and embracing tho towns of Unlontown, Harding, Grovo Center, DeKovcn, Sturgls, Sullivan, Rodney, Mattoon, Rcpton and Marlon. Division No. 2. Is tho Paducah division, 3G miles In length commencing a Marlon and running through Salem, Plnknoyvlllo, Tillne, Smlthlnnd and Ledbeter, to Paducah. Division No. 3. The Wlckllffo dl vision commencing at Paducah and runs through Grabamvtlle, Rosslngton, Maxon Hills, Ragland, Dandana, La- Center, Barlow, to Wlckllffo, 35 miles. Division No. 4. Tho Clinton division, commencing at Wlckllffo and runs through Blandvllle, Bardwell, Mllburn, Arlington, Columbus, to Clinton, 35 miles. Division No. 5. Tho Hickman division commencln at Clinton and Children are Entitled to Underwear Comfort and ItA Fit as Well as Grown-Up- s o They get both in Athena Underwear, Children from ages about two to six are broad in stature in comparison with height, while those from six to sixteen are usually tall and thin. These facts have heretofore been overlooked in designing children's underwear. Athena underwear for children is sized Ask for "age by ages not numbers. child, "age ten" two" for a child, and 60 on. This for a system of sizing insures a proper fit, age for age, and makes it easy for the mother to get garments that fit correctly, without many trips to the store. two-year-old ten-year-old just the same. f i Hart Schaffner everyway; fit, style, tailoring. & Marx ".3 ! clothes are here, ready to wear; that you can step into a store like this and get a suit or overcoat promptly ; one that is right in We'll be glad to show you any day you please Suits $20 and up. Overcoats $18 and up For Women No woman can ever know real comfort in knit underwear until she becomes acquainted with the perfect shaping of Athena underwear. It fits snugly to the figure does not wrinkle under the corset. It is exquisitely trimmed. In all fabrics, weights and shapes at the price you usually pay. We have other makes, but not quite so good as Hart SchafTner but the very best values you'll find anywhere and at prices to suit every one's pocketbook. They range in price from $5.00 to $18.00 & Marx, ri, 2151 Hi I NB 'I EfBBffli Smith & Am berg Smith & Ambergrasf - yv i r BRITISH NAVY DIRIGIBLE. TO CHURCH IN BALLOON DOCTORS FAILED TO HELP HER Cured by Lydia E. Pinkhnm's 'Vegetable Compound It is free nnd always hclnf til. MARRIAGE Mrs.Piiiklinin. I.yiin,Inss.,forit. LICENSES Granted In Obion County, Since Our Last Issue. Pound. "Wis. "I am Rlad to nn. nounce that I havo been cured of dys. "I popsla auu remaio troubles by your HOMES QUEER FOR BIRDS The new dirigible constructed tor medicine. I had been troubled with the British navy, known as the MayTho remarkable sties sometimes both for fourteen fly, was built with much secrecy. It vears and consulted Is 512 feet long, has a greatest diame- chosen by birds for their nests nro redifferent doctors, ter of 48 feet, a gas capacity of 700,-00- corded from tltno to time. A robin but failed to eet any cubic feet, and a lifting power of bulldB In a watering can, an old ketrelief. After using library. tle, or on LvdiaE.rinkham'3 21 tons Its cars, which take the form On of the the bookshelf In a perhaps, most romarkable, "Kondolns." and Voeetablo Com nf txn pound and JUood nro connected by a covered gangway, a that rooently given In tho Kmu. nnd apparen"v authentic. On November Purifier I can say I will carry 22 people Water tanks am a well woman. the cars nro filled to keep her on 10 last, u sheep was being shorn on express I can't find words tomeulcino my thanks the surface, nnd nro eraptlod when she the farm of A. Uurger, Telanga, Ausnas uono for the good your In Its wool was found a starA complete wiretralia me. You maypublish this if you wish." Is required to rlso. less Installation has been fitted nboard ling's nest with one egg. A note In Mrs. IJjeiuuix Sieth, round, Wis. 200-h- . p. the Field adds that the nest of a small The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's her She Is driven by two fjlrd wns once found tn a horse's tall Vegetable Compound, made from roots gasoline engines, and Is expected to In Capo Colony and herbs, is uniwralleled. It may bo develop a speed of (0 miles an hour. used with perfect confidence by women who suffer from displacements, inllam-matioulceration, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, bearing-dowfeeling, flatulency, indigestion, dizziness, or nervous prostration. THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound has been the standard remedy for femalo ills, and suffering women owe it to themselves to at least give this medicine a trial. Proof is abundant that it has cured thousands of others, and why should it not cure you? Tf rnii trnnl snoHlll nilvice WTltO tie-lon. n Going to church In n balloon was the novel Idea of C J Ollddcn and J J Valkcnburg nt Topsfield. Mass., the other Sunday The aeronauts made nn' early morning ascension from Lowell, some twenty miles' dlstnnt, promising friends to land nenr a church After floating and attend services before a west wind for nn hour and a half, two church spires were noted bo low The balloon was brought down nnd struck ground 300 feet from the Methodist Kplscopnl church of Tops-HelThe aeronauts wnltcd until tho hour of services and then Joined the congregation. The pastor In his address referred to tho fact that two of the congregation bnd dropped Into the service from the skies. d wh ."Tr'r" K5l sj Good... rxiyjtli-fnsr- -- swr23 ' v v jw.:jagpisjii gsvj. - A?W I :- --. fmij Furniture 1 Ov." jfesaa? .V-- J r' '' 'ffi rs u& - rU-- JJ lULtllljy aUUO l ' lllUlt . f fUQ IU UIG C,m Ul l--rl C T U nnmp tuuu rrnnrl ...... wviv, orrJ Ii.mli3 o riirniH trv .. fcv,v the kind we sell. Our methods of do- ing business have been tested and ap-- J proved by economical buyers. 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. WHY NOT GET THE BEST ? St Louis burnishing Co. INCOWORATKI) C. 11. Sorroll and Manic Wright. W. A. Walters and Kate Iloper. If your dealer doesn't handle it, write for prices. Lavcn Auglea and Nellie Corum. Herman Hlythe and Ethel Davis. Ilaymoc Barnett and Pearl Forgery. C. II. Barksdale and Onea Mai Fluty. Tom Nee ley and Dollle May Camp, bell. J. II. Hlnthorne and Mlnnlo W. Smlh. Frank C. Aydelott and Mary Lou Drlaklll. NOTICE. Hickman Wagon Co. Incorporated xjotxx ino3riiB o-- a Prompt Service in our J. F. Felts, one of Fulton's most prominent citizens passed away Friday at noon at the family residence in East Fulton after an Illness lasting some time. Ho was born Dec. 30, 1872, in Weakley county, Tenn. Giles Taylor, an Inmate of tho poor farm at Noblesvllle, Ind. for Ho' will IB years. Is worth $20,000. be taken away from the institution and placed In a home to bo purchased and furnished with his own nionoy. Undertaking Department Pracibal Fashions LADY'S OOUDLE ED COAT. BREASTThe death of Mrs Joo Williams, of near Ihls city last woek. rail to mind tho first of the Nlghlrtder troubles m this community a few years ago, u be the negro Walker family of 7 were nil killed In one night nnd their house burned. Wnlker had talked hsult-liiKito Mrs. Williams, and at a trial before Judge .N'n)lor wns ftid. This cnusvil the negro to become more Impudent and continue his meanness The Xlghrldora took up the affair, nml In a body of about seventy five or olghty camo up one night ami wiped out tho ontlro family, setting their house afire and sbootlug them a thoy onmo out. This extreme would not havo boon restored to. however, had not tho negro and his sou begun shooting Into the party of whites, whoso purpono It wns to give Wnlker n thrashing. Tho next morning tho Hickman Fur. Co. sent out a whol y on November 7th, 1911, for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of said county, upon the question whether or not they wish Cattle generally and all species thereof, viz., Horses, Mules, Hogs, Sheep and Goats, to run at large in Fulton County, Kentucky. W. A. Naylor, J. F. C.C. 4t The Hon. William Jennings Bryan will spend about thirty minutes in Mayfleld, on OcL 30, between 10: CO a. m. and 11:15 a. m. Ho will mako a speech from the rear platform of his train at the depot. The thing that is killing the high It's a portentous sociological fact, tariff is the ability of Its beneficiaries that where you would onco onteraln It s hereby ordered and directed to pay freight to Europe, and under- your best girl with a trolley trip and that the officers of election in Fulton soil "pauper labor" In Its own home. five cent bag of peanuts, now an ride and hotel supper are County, at all the voting precincts This will bo good to romomber next required. of said county, shall open a poll in month when you go to the polls their several precincts at the next Fringes In style at Paris, Your Hickman Furniture Co., headquarregular elecUon, to be held in this frayed trousers are O. K. now. ters for anything In furniture. county wagon losd of t ofIns. which unusual sight .. rh4 With election tlny altout two . . . tho wirtous party lender as well do what Uiey Intend t. w). Hlckly. Shoes Famous Anti-TruTo Be Sold Here st to nfta CURIOUS BITS OF HISTORY Local People to Get Better Footwear at Saving of Fifty Cents to One Dollar Per Pair TVTOST shoes cost more than they are worth because they pass through too many hands. Each handling adds expense and profit to the price of the shoes before they reach the wearer. Modern business methods are making necessary radical reforms in the conduct of the shoe trade, which has been carried on for years under e methods. the most old-fashione- Saved His Mother's Life. "Four doctors had given me "I' writes Mrs. Laura Oalnos, of Av. la.. " and my children and all friends were looking for me to when my son Insisted that I ' Hlectrlc Hitters I did so. and have done me a world of good nlwa)s pralso them." Hlectrlc l' lurs Is a priceless blessing to won troubled with fainting and d. spells, backache, hendaohe, weakii debility constipation or kldnuj 'i orders Uso them and gain r health, strength nnd vigor. The guaranteed to saUsfy or money funded Unl) 60c at Holm & 1 ! 1 -- son gMHiI atw amrsssM O'tflll A REMARKABLE. FAMILY OF ACTORS. By A. W. MACY. In 1763 John Ward, an Eng- d, long-rang- lish theatrical manager, opposed a match between his daughter and a member of his company, not wlth'ng her to rrarry an aotor. He finally gave coruent, however, consoling himself with the thought that the young man was not much of an actor. In this he was mistaken, for the young man, whose name was Roger Kemble, not only succeeded vll In his profession, but became the founder of a family that Is remarkable In the annals of the English stage. Twelve children were born to the couple, of whom eight reached maturity; and every one of the eight made lomef-for- t on the stage. The e'dest child, Sarah, became the renowned Mrs. Slddoni. The oldest son, John Philip, was probably the greatest actor of his day, and was known as "the treat Kemble." The eleventh ehlld, Charles, was a renowned eemedlaa, while his dsughter, Fanny Kemble, was probably the best known to the public of all the family. Her sister, Adelaide, attained considerable popularity as a public singer. Her son married the daughter of General Grant 'v is now possible to get better shoes for less money and in order to give the people of this vicinity the best values obtainable, wc have made arrangements with Endicott, Johnson & Co., the largest tanners and shoemakers in the world, for the sale of their Endwcll shoes. This company is the only shoe concern operating independent of the hide and leather trusts. They have over two million dollars invested in their tanneries alone and are the only shoe concern tanning their own leather, both sole and uppers. They carry over one million dollars' worth of shoes in stock all the time. From this enormous stock, comprising 700 different styles, we have our pick. By making this deal with Endicott, Johnson & Co. we have cut out all the middlemen's profits. There is no hide dealer's profit no tanner's profit no leather broker's profit no jobber's profit no trust profits of any kind. These things wc know to be true, nnd we can truthfully stntu that Endwcll shoes nrc made under the most ideal conditions to produce the best possible shoes nt the lowest possible cost. This enables us to state positively that wc can now sell you shoes at $3.00, $3.50 nnd $4.00 of the very latest styles that are easily worth, both for style nnd wear, from Cf ty cents to one dollar more a pair thau other shoes offered at similar prices. Come and sec the shoes for yourself. It Tho double breasted coat will bo much worn during tho autumn and winter and tho Illustration shows a style fitted by long seams In front and back, lenvlng panels between Tho neck has tho new shawl and rovers combination collar Cloth, satin, serge, pongeo, linen and tho like are appropriate materials. Tho pattern (&5GG) Is cut In sizes 32 to 42 Inches bust menmiro Medium size requires 3 ynrds of CO Inch mate rial. ro; pracun this pattern onJ 10 cent ' Til. nnm and address plainly paper lunrni ucrmrimeni, or inn and lie ure to give lte and numt of pattern. NO. NAMD $565. lis r Rheumatic Pains quickly relieved Sloan's Liniment Is good or pain of any sort. It without rubbinj;. thrnu-- h the muscular tissue light to the gives permanent ns.wdl as temjwrary relief. SIZE TOWN 8TFIEET AND NO STATE , years. I tiled doctor and several different tcmediw but they did not help me. I obtained a buttle of Sloan's Liniment which did mo so much good that I would not do without it lor anything." Thomas L. Hick of Kaston, Pa., vritesi haeuicd Sloan's IJni ment and find it w for rheumatic pains." Mr. O.O. JONKiofllaldnin, L.I., wmes 1 narc lound Sloan's IJn- lmcnt par excellence. I have used It for broken sinews above the knee cap caucU by a fall and tO mv rtrnt f nas .1......kinjii . .. n. aula tu icbuiiiqmv duties in lew Hun tlirco weeks after the accident." Here's Proof. I'AV of iiVf'thtumatUm fo five Ala., write " I had -- N& ' "I first-cla- ift.f-tftl..- Mr. nnd Mrs. W. I. Garrott hnvo an SIOANS LINIMENT i, 1 Sloan? Noa?ubbInit:nireniCtly nounced tho arrival of a beautiful eight pound girl In their homo. Union City Commercial. Tho parents formerly resided In Illckmnn. Postal savings banks will bo established at tho following Kontucky postofflco October 20: Adnlrvllle, Uurnslde, Cllnton( Dawson Springs, Eddyvlllc, Falmouth, Hartford, Hod- gcnvllle, Hurso Cavu and London. wmmmsmammmmmmm SULLIVAN BROTHERS (Cefyrlfbt. 1W1, by Joiepai B. BowlM.) WRMsmm -- .. can apply with a brush. "cces;a'y-y- ou ?, 50- Book on ors q,.., sheep am ,,ol)try fcnt j for s',rafns' brilisc3. rc throat, asthma, ' PW' 2So" .OO. rvuj. sloan Mdtas BOSTON, MASS. - -- " Things Move Now-a-daysf WHEEL8 WELL OILED Sheriff and County Judge Working Overtime. ? LOOK OUT! Along so Rapidly That People Who Say: 'IT CANT BE DONE' Are Always Being Interrupted By Somebody Doing It." and that is why we have the best lines of Clothing, Shoes, Underwear, Hats and Novelties. You have special invitation to inspect them. "Peck's Clothing" $15.00 to $25.00 Hawes' Hats, $3.oo Eelipse Shoes, $3.50, $4.00, $5.oo Underwear 5oc to $4.oo BALTZER & DODDS INCORPORATED I D. G. CO. Sheriff Johnson and Judge Naylor have been working overtime this week on criminal cases. The following hae hnd their attention since Friday John Daniels negro, was arrested, charged with breaking In a house on KrntBt Johnson's bottom fnrm, and taking a now suit of clothes and Stetson lint. He admitted the crime nnd is in Jail. Ho will no doubt take a trip to Eddyvlllo In Janunry. IS COMING Hud Sledge, whltc.breach of peace, acquitted. He was accused of whipand you want to keep well if possible. To do this ping hla wife. Tho couple live six miles south of Hickman. requires the services of the best doctor and best Tom Gtlliim was arreted and accusDisease has all the advantages no mated of drawing n shot gun on Dick ter if you have the best physician in Hickman if his Marshall, on warrant sworn out by Marshall. Glllum In turn had a warprescriptions are improperly filled or if the drugs used rant sworn out for Dick Marshall and have lost a part of their curative power. You need our his hired hand, Leo Frazlcr, on a kind of service to get the best results. Bring your prechnrgo of carrying concealed vi The trial of the three men Is scriptions to the set for next Monday. Sheriff Johnson returned Saturday morning for Mobile, where he went Incorporated to get T. L. Fox, who was Indicted llolb Phone at the last term of court for robbing 'The Rexall Store" Prompt Service the American Express Co., at Fulton. He gavo bond In tho sum of $500 nnd was relensed. Ned Simpson nnd Rink Johnson It Is reported that Leonard Hardin wire tried Monday for bootlegging. LYRIC THEATRE received a serious stab In the hip Books Somo Good Shows. Johnson was fined $107 and Simpson Sunday night during a fight with AMore Good Ones to Follow. $57. which they paid In cash. Sher lbert Williams, at Hrownsvllle. Aliff Johnson arrested them Sunday bert's younger brother is said to night on tho Dodds farm In tho botNov. 1G, Flnnegan'a Honeymoon. have slipped up during the encounter tom There must bo money In bootDec. 29, Peck's Dad Doy. nnd stuck the knife In Hardin's leg. legging. Jan. 3, A Dacholor's Honeymoon. Medical aid was summoned and the Rob Tlmmons was arrested by Sherwound dressed. Jan 13, Thelma. iff Johnson, 'near Mabel. Tho Yankee Doodle Jan. T. R. HInshaw and daughter left Stock Co. Tuesday for Ravenden Springs, Ark., Feb. 29, Human Hearts. whore they will make their homo Mar. 19, Tho Girl and The Tramp. with J. D. Heplor. Mr. HInshaw has resided in this section for the past Mar. 20, The Thief. 57 years. Cold Weather i HICKMAN DRUG CO. rT a daughter of Mar Hushart one of SHOOTING AFFRAY AT FULTON Will Brown Shot Bud Grls- the flnDt gentlemen In the state Mrs Smith is a popular young Indy Surprise Weddlngi. torn; Maybe Fatal. and has a host of friends The Courier Joins the friends of nil Iliul OrlMom, of Fulton was shot WHt might U termlned a double 4ding, although not previously ar parties In wishing them all happiness nnd seriously wounded Tuesday nt noon by Will Hrown, a young mnn rsncMl, wbi consummated Suuday living near Ruthvlllu. couples happened wkn two FARMERS' TELEPHONES. to cU i the residence of Iter. Tho shooting took place In tho A dollar a month docs not so far Montgomery Cafe nnd according to King, la Went lllokinnn, for thoeamo pur and nt tho same Unv enough after It gats Into tho telephone witnesses was tho result of nn- - arguthe ment, which began Mint morning. SVltkW counts suspected that the company's treasury to satisfy other MtHi thoro to hnve tho nupttal manager who has to pay tho upkeep Tho bullets entered Grlssom'tt body, kiuK tied. llv. King seeing an op and operating expenses on a big ru ouo of them parsing through the portiwKy tu shorten tits work "broke rul lino systcm.and keep a llttlo small bladdur nnd another through the hip. iIm tee" by tolling them lie would chango to band over to stockhold- while n third one went through his ers onco In six months. Hu has to left arm. make one wrvleo do and did. cut too many comers, and run loo Th eontnietfrtc itarilea were shooting Immediately after the caught short llarnus and Miss Inura Hrown; many chances of gottlng Drs. Whitehead and Alexander were of a bank balanco by a si cot storm, tbwl Smith and Miss Hlln Hushnrt railed nnd dressed the wounds which or 11 law suit. All are of Hickman except Miss l.aut they pronounced of n serious naturt farmTwelve dollars Is too low for Hrown, who Imlls from CharWton. Dr. Whitehead stated that the Mo., but for tho I'Jut fow uiontha hnd ers' line service on the nvcrago syswounded man hnd but little chance Imtem, with tho quality and cost raided ol Dorenn, to recover nnd that In his opinion he Mr. Ramos la the sou of Win F. proved as It has been In the last few would die. lie was taken to I'a Hemes, a well known lllokinnn cltt-k- years. It Is time to start aftor this duenh yesterday for an operation rate. The farmers can afford to pay and ta n youiiK num well thought Royd Montgomery nn eye witness in( by nil who know him. lie has more why should not they be to the affnlr, gavo tho following duced to recognize valuo recolved? Iwii out wont for the past two nrs. statement this afternoon ns to the Of course wo know what tho farmettiruliig hum a fow weeks nKO cause nnd cvonts lending up to the lit bride la tho daughter of Win. ers do when It Is proposed to ralso shooting. Ilesald: tclcphoao rato. Rut can this go Ilrown. of Doronn, and JudKiiiK from the "i was standing In tho room where what we cuu ht'ur is u fine little la- on forcvorT What Is tho best way to get this thing Into better shape? tho nffalr took place nnd whon Will dy Tli In couplo will mnko their homo Rud Grissom, who twar Doroun,whro ho expect to nut Some hnvo done It already. Tele- Ilrown entered Independent Tclcphono was routed at tho table arose nnd phony. (The a farm next year. wont over to where Hrown was nnd Mr 8mKh, tion of C. A. Smith. Is Journal.) slnppcd nt Drown with his open well known to lllokinnn altlxaus, havhand, hitting his noso. He then ing resldrd Jioro for tunny years, and s oil cursed Drown and baoked to the The prottlest lino of nwda eulogising. Mo la a quite, wnll nnd put his hnnd Into his ever saw now on display In our winfallow, nnd n tnonuy mnkor. hip pocket ns If to draw a guu dow lllcknmn Hardware Co. UU wife, formerly Miss Kiln Hushart, Hrown thought he had n guu and Saturday Night The Lyric horn nnd reared hero. She Is was of tho opinion that his life was in danger and ho fired four shots. After tho shooting Grissom walked out of tho room and up the steps und lay down on a bed with no assistDOUBLE WEDDING SUNDAY. Rev. King Officiate at cut-glas- ed a 145 aero farm near Hrownsvllle, Tenn , paying $45 an acre. x I INSURED A WITH KENNEDY. Johnston this week purchas W. S. Doty is erecting a frame building house In West Hickman, on the corner opposite Virgil nro doing the work. Down tho Mississippi valley they Some of our local plnntors, who " have ginned and held their cotton, are STRAYED: Hrown horse mule, 1C There is somo complaint of school selling now( receiving 1014c at Memhands high, Got away last Wedneschildren throwing paper on tho streets phis. day morning- - Return to W. A. HInaround tho college. 2p Mrs. J. O. Ryan, of Union City, hns shaw. Reward. H. 0. Darrett, funeral director and been visiting her paronts, S. W. T. N. Fields was here from Fulton embalmer, with St. Louli Furnishing Hnynes and wife, since last Friday. yesterday on business. Co. Mr. Otha Splllman, of Newport, Capt. W. A. Shuck was hero from Jesse Rash, formerly of Onkton, Ark , Is visiting his sister, Mrs. L. C Lunford. Jordan yesterday. died nt Roswell, N M., Tuesday. are singing It: "When Robinson, the birdinan, southward flies." Dut late reports says he will not finish the flight, as enough money Is not forth-corin- i (? :5& Underwear Week Heavy underwear for men, women and children. I have the best and biggest assortment of underwear to be seen in any state. FOR MEN Real Heavy Fleece Lined Shirts and 4:5c Drawers, worth 50c, now FOR WOMEN Nice line of Vests and Pants, medium weight, worth 35c, this week 25c Real heavy and medium weight Vests and Pants, this week 50c Ladies' Union Suits 50c Ladies' Union Suits 1.00 Ladies' Union Suits 1.25 All worth more. M The very best of Heavy Fleece Lined Shirts and Drawers, worth 60c, this week 50c All Wool Shirts and Drawers, worth 1.00 1.50, this week Babies Free! ance" Drown gnve up nnd being arraigned before Judge Taylor gnve bond In tho sum of 14,000 for his nppearnnco nt nn examining trial to bo held Bring them to the ELECTRIC STUDIO during week commencing Monday, October 30 to November 11, 1911 and we will make a sitting and show proof without charge. Then, if you want pictures made we will make you a special price on a high grade, stylish mount that will surprise you. Bring them between the hours of 9 a. m. and 2 p. m. each day. Sittings made in Gallery next to Price House. All other business at Stand next to Farmers Bank J. B. MURPHY, Operator. President Tnft will spend November 8 In Louisville. He will be In Frankfort November 0 nnd will go from there to Hodgonvlllo to nttend the Lincoln fnrm celebration, November 10. His Inst visit to Kentucky was when ho wns entertained nt Hickman, Oct. 2G, 1909. A NEW BANK Wo are reliably Informed Unit Hickman Is to have a new bank, which Is to bo opened up In the nenr future. This bank will have somo novel nnd pecullnr features which will innko things lively about Hickman. More about It next week. For boys and girls I have the best line of Union Suits I have ever had. All sizes Big lot of Union Suits, all sizes, worth 35c, this week 25c Big line of heavy Union Suits for boys and girls, worth 75c, all sizes 50c New arrival of Ladies Tailored Suits, Coats and Skirts, at reasonable prices, be sure to come and see these bargains. My stock is complete in every department and we would be pleased to have you make this store your headquarters. Good Goods ! Good Values I Low Prices ! S -- &L. PULLEN If you get a bluo mark on your paper this week, It means you will not get another paper until you pny up. Atty. N. Smith, of Fulton, nnd Atty Webb, of Mayfleld, were In town yesterday on legal business. " The Dry Goods Man.' NAIFEH THE CORNER STORE BUCHANAN BUILDING m ,H MtW i - THE HICKMAN 'Cvcxrt Western Ktntucki COURIER UkeihfOeV)" - -"! "M-- SPEER A SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Rates $1.00 per Year Subscription S2U1 On the Streets I'fHi'i .....H...i... f...i M II .Saturday night the Lyric. I l"l-- m Dr. fc 3 Heard at CAUGHT NAPPING? Did the cold snap catch you unprepnrcd ? NINE MEN KILLED. Ten Brought up Injured, 15 In Pit In Danger of Burning. Well, don't put it off longer. 4 Longiu cker has boon out of town on business this week I I taiJ010NAl TAILORING gl l I Save from one to two dollars a thousand on your shingles by buying 111., Oct. 24. Ilarrhburg, Nine men were killed, ten, severely wounded, direct from mill. C. M. Yntcs Shlujl were carried up by rescuer, und 15 Co. more are Imprisoned by a cave-In- , ai Meeting nights of Fulton Lodge, u result ot the explosion of a keg of gas No. S3, I. O. O. P. Thursday Sept. powder which United black damp Dec. Oct. 12- - 20; Nov. In O'Garu mine No. 9, a mile south of here. As the gas Is still burning It Is feared that those Imprisoned In Winter Is almost here. Phone 195 the workings have have been burned and we will call for your winter cloth to death. That more llres were not lost was Ing and put them In first class shape. White Bios. because the shift was changing when the explosion occurred. A quarer of Kev. II. J. Gelger asks us to anan hour later 300 men would have nounce that for the remainder of the been In the shafts. l The explosion, although It occurred eur overling service nt the 400 feet down In the earth, was heard church will bogln n 7 o'clock here. Miners gathered about the Ina'ead of 7:30. mouth of the mine In readiness to go Next Wednesday tho Halloween to work at once took up the rescue, braving the deadly fumes of the ex- prankers will bo abroad Incidentally plosion and the burning timbers. soaping the windows of a lot of Several men, protecting themselves buslnoss houses. It wont hurt some with cloths over their noses and of thorn tho windows. mouths, had themselves lowered Into the pit and began sending up the People with more time than occupadead and injured. tion to fill it havo computed that on November tho eleventh we can write Two Instantly Killed. it and that It won't hap-!eTwo men, It was found, had been again in a thousand years Instantly killed and were so burned and torn that they could not be idenA bulletin posted at headquarters of tified. Seven others, sent to the surface, were so injured that they died the Illinois Central strikers nt stated that live stock Is dywithin an hour, somo at the mouth of the shaft, some In ambulnnces on ing in tho Pnducnh yards for want of the way to the only hospital in attention and that freight traffic Is and others In the hospital. badly congested. Further. It says The detonation ot the explosion that dead engines nre reported daily warned the town that an nrcldnt had and rolling stock is in very bad conoccurred, and the fears of the wives and children of the miners were con- dition. firmed when they saw two ambuH. J. Golgor, rector of the lances gallop toward the mine, fol- SJftov. Pnul's Hpiscopal church of this lowed In a few minutes by an autophysicians and city, is able to bo down town again mobile containing nf'er a five week's siege of scarlet nurses. Such pitiful scenes as accompanied fever. Rev. Gelger was quarantined, the Cherry mine rlsatter ensued. of courfco, and during his second Women and children rushed weeping week's illnoss a fine boy arrived at nd crying aloud toward the mine, his homo. Alhough the youngster calling the names of sons, husbands is threo weeks old, hte fathor has end fathers. About the mouth of the seen him only at a distance. shaft the mine off lals threw u cordon of employes, who stretched ropes The following will be the sorvlcos .o keep the franMc women back. at tho Christian church next SunSome of them, rnless restrained, day. Sunday School at 9:46 a. in.. would have leaped into the mine. C. C. Smith, Supt. Sermon by Hor-nc- o Most of Men Are Americans. SIborell, pastor, at 11 n. nt SubMost of the miners employed by ject "The Highway to Holinoss," and :he O'Gaza compa. are Americans, tlthough there are also a number of at 7 p. in., subject "Visions and Dreams." On Tuosdny, October 7, I'oles. How the powder happened to ex- Dr. James Vernon, will bogln a seplode Is not known, but It Is sup- ries of meetings. A cordial invitaposed that a spark was permitted to tion is oxtonded to all. fill Into the keg. The man retponsi-t- r Hickman Baptist church, Sunday, probably paid for his carelossuess Oct. 29, 1911. Sunday School at 10 slth his life. a. m., preaching at 11 o'clock, ovon- ing services at 7 o'clock. We in- All the latest magazines at Fethe vlto you to worship with us. geon Wlngo, pasor. French's. 14-2Kpls-copa," n Har-risbur- CHICAGO lewvoar J ff&rr V bbme' ., Suits and Overcoats to order, in n comprehensive range of styles and colorings, a variety so big, so complete, that every one, no matter what one may desire, can be suited here. Hi Ym- - WARM UNDERWEAR In all the standard makes and at right prices. BOSTONIAN AND KNEELAND SHOES FOR MEN IMPERIAL SHOES FOR LADIES THE CELEBRATED THAYER SHOES FOR BOYS AND THE C. & T. SHOES FOR MISSES In all styles, button and lace, gun metal, mat kid, velour, tans and patent. Men's and Boy's 8, 10 and 15 inch Lace Boots in tan, black and pearl, 11 ,i $3.50 to $7.50 Men's and Boy's Cotton and Wool Sweater Coats In white, red, blue and gray. A Swann Soft Hat or Derby will give you faultless Style And for quality there is none better made. Neckwear in all the New Weaves and Models, Gloves, Caps, Cotton and Silk Hosiery, in fact TOGGERY THE BRIGHTEST SPOT IN HICKMAN FOR HIGH-CLASS MILLET & ALEXANDER SHOW GOOD RECORD. Tho rural schools of Kulton county showing the best record of attendance as based on enrollment in the first iiMjuth's report aro as follows: Hopor 92 por cent. Pnlostlno 90 per cent. Montgomery 90 per cont. Hush Creek, 90 per cont. Theso reports nre n credit to th teachers, patrons and pupils of them Great offort is being msdo to keep all rural schools well graded that the pupils finishing 'hw eighth grnde may rocolvo the common school diploma. nro endonvorlng Tho to secure tho best toaohors possible. Many nre supplementing tho state money and paying tholr teacher's salnrles from $C5 to $S5 tmr month. Our rural school deserve tho beet. s DELAYED IN TRANSIT COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Fulton Circuit Court, Ku4ck !.ovl 1'lntntlff, nmin- II. Imgfonl, et nl, IKifttjjdnHt. , x r?k clySU? -- - .(TT-- vv ' Jlty virtue of a JudguitHt itHdeied d der of Sale of Fulton Qirwk t' nl Uhi Mny torm tfc. r. In tH above eausg, for Um u of Twenty Ono Huudrod IK. IJSIM) wKh Intorest at the ralx test, jmr annum frM f. dey until paid, mid tflll -- , - tr ofll herein, shall 1 protttd to otter ; aU nt the Court llous door In H wan. Ky.( to the highest btddr. I'UIII.IC AUCTION, on the 1SU of Noretuber 1911 H Ten (lti cknsk . U -- Warm Floors and Healthy Children Make Happy Homes There is no better way for you to avoid worry and expense than by insuring your children's health. Warm floors in the home, which is the children's play house in winter, are assured when using Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater. The steel base and body construction allows the heat to bo radiated to the floor keeping it warm during the coldest weather. "Fulton Weekly News" Is thestjle of n paper which roached our desk Friday morning, published at Fulton, with the namo of Jno. L,. Smith at tho mast head ns editor and proprietor. Tho paper Is ft si x column quarto, all homo print, and Is cred liable In every respect. Editor Smith was formerly n cltlzon of this county but lntely of Edilyvllto, Ky. Th" News from tho present Is Issued from the ltaptlst Flng plant. It Is right politically, and Indications nre that I' will become a popular Journal In its field During tho past slxyenrs we have seen so many newspapers "born and burled" at Fulton, but tho Courier hopes the News will not meet a similar fate, but continue In Its good ork. Kdltor Walker, of tho' Cllntoli seems Inclined to doubt our alfalfa story which ho noticed In the Courier Journal, nnd Us up to AI Fnrls to mako good. The Oazotto says: "The Courier Journal too has fallen Into tho vory common error df locating Hlckmnn town In Hick-mn- n county. Tho innn who Is credited with harvesting $17,000 worth of alfalfa hay from 100 acre lnnd as not a Hickman county farmer but, a Hlckmnn town fanner or agricultu rist, nnd we know that Hickman tor respondent to be n vivid Imaglner On Wolf iHlnml In Hlckmnn county we grow wonderful crops of nlfn fa, but we doubt If the gross yield Is 1175 an acre." On-zet- Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater The Cleanest Easiest to Care For ' Burns Soft Coal, Lignite, Hard Coal, Crushed Coke, Wood and Cobs. Users of coal must remember that the ordinary heater is big care to operate. That its smoke and ashes entail dusting, curtain washing and carpet sweeping. Think then of the ease of operation and the cleanliness of Cole's Hot Blast. Cole's Hot Blast has a guaranteed smoke-proo- f feed door open the feed door and the current of air draws the smoke directly across the top of stove to the stove pipe away from the opening. Contrast thi3 simple, cleanly feed with the side door in an ordinary heater. The side door used on other stoves permits escape of dirty smoke, unpleasant gas and accumulated soot drops from it. If you overfill a side door stove, coal falls to the floor. And note this, you cannot an everlasting advantage make a side door heater and guaranteed in favor of Cole's Hot Blast which is to remain so always. No fires to build the fire is never out in this remarkable lMater from fall until taken down in the spring. . Better select one today surely it is the heater you need air-tight air-tig- A meeting will begin nt tho West Hickman Baptist church Sunday night Oct. 29, conducted by Kid. Jessie Noel, of Martin, Tcnn. All nro Invited to tnko part In these services. W. L. King, paBtor. ht FOH SALE: Seven houses and lota E Whfi iJJJ Hickman Hdw. Incorporated Co Price 512.00 end Upward Aeeonnfto SilOMMlW houses aro occupied and paying good rent. This section of town Is coming fast, and East Hlckmnn property will be a cood Investment. Inqulro I Hickman at Courier office. wholo bunch for $3500; or places will All of be sold separate those A. M or thereabout (b i County Court day), upon a eredl' ' elx months the following deecni. proiHrt-- , to wit: hirst tract: 80 aeros of html " of tK to acres thfs day deeded Wllion Hornby, nwd uorth of u ML ,, nares heretofore sold oft of Uie de of said qunrtor, ssld SO a botng and lying In Fullon ouui Keutuoky, In the northemt ) of smUoh T. 1, K. 8, Wert. bounded on the uorth by a Ho. rerd. HiKJii nitd oalabltshod by u Ilrown and Wilton Hornby and -talna by atlmut 80 aeras isor. leas, a deed reoornled In D. B s 10f iMge MO, excopt a pnrt of eold to J. H. Lnncford snld to ncree more or leas,' recorded In l No. 10, page 10; also flvo en i more or leas aold to Mntt Fowlr reuordrd In U. U. No. 22,' page i this tract after making said d'-- i tlons ooutalnlng about CO ncroa. ' Second trnct, lying on the side of tho Uyoraburg road com.' Ing 36 acres inoro or loss, bouini 'I on the enst by Jnmos Komp's lan.i the south by A. J. Davlo's and J ' CVtVSLAND LtADM "Why on Earth Doesn't Jimmy Hurry With tho Jlly Qlatteir" Iangford's land, nnd on tho " "' and wwtt by tho Dyorsburg nnnl. being n part of tho north-wes- t tor of sec. 29, T. I. It. C, Wost. deed book 3. pago 011, Fulton f tjr records. Third tract, tho north ono third lots No's 131 and 132 as tho "" are known and shown upon J i' Idan or chnrt of West Hickman. conveyed to U. U. Langford by Hodds, Sept. 24th, 190C, seo d' ' book No. 27, pago 302, Fulton Com, ty Itecords. On sufficient thorcof to prod" tho sums of money so ordered to made. For tho purchase price, n St. Louis- - New Orleans Service purchasur, with approved security An elegant Passenger Steamer Qulncy loaves St. LouU Oat. securities, niUBt oxocuto Uoiul. b Faro ono way J1C.00. Ouo way, Including MealB and Uorth lug legal Interest from tho day of x.i 10,Nov. until paid, and having tho force ai J $30.00. Hound trip $05.00. offect of a Judgment. Illddors wi A BEAUTIFUL IS DAY TRIP bo prepared to comply promptly w1" Via this lino you can reach Southern winter resorts. Our scrvlco to bo theso terms. compared with first class hotels. Accommodations for 300 first class J. It. MILNKIt, Coui'r passengers. For further Information ipply to General Office, St. Louis, Mo. "Dread In Old Kentucky" high pa' ent Margaret flour. Hotter than oUV n but cobuj no moro. Kottersworth Courier I t )W SJf rHf i Jm !, MPT . rwfflffi VsJw: STRECKFUS STEAMBOAT LINE .'' ft m-- v SIdo-Whe- and Commercial Appeal 1 year, $1.25 I'rathor. rfHj'ur ? - igrrium it"'" NEW DOAT LINE. KILLED AT CAIRO. WEST BUYS 8TABLE. J. O. GENUINE IMPORTED 55 Embracing all the new patterns and nn extensive line f the prettiest pieces you ever saw At Great Reductions Don't buy Cut Glass until you have seen my line and prices. special from Caruthersvllle, Mo.. speaking of the now boat lino which Legun operation Friday beUof-Hick"-limmid that city Bays; Tho handsome little steamer formerly In the Davenport, lowu, trttdo arrived bore yesterday evening In chnrgo of bur now owners, Cap. Oscar Tlnsley and J. E. Moad She departed this morning for Hickman, Ky., mid will contlnuoovory other day trips throughout the season between that place and Cartith-ertvlllThe Wlnonn Is n staunch craft, I no feet In length, with commodious cabin being built for the rapid currents of tho upper Mississippi There being a large oil mill hero, also n grain elevator, the Winona Is xpming to handle couslderablo cot-tand corn for tho locnl trade. There also bolng several wholesale conwrns bore, sho will llkoly handle quito a lot of sundries In that lino. Cnpt Oscar Tlnslny will be In chnrg. Capt. J. K. .Moad. Sr., will be nt the wheel, Jop Mend will have clinr of tho office, and Hen Syles Will be engineer. A i, e T7 ELECTION DRAW3 NEAR. Kentucky politics are getting warmer and even Republicans are on the verge of conceedlng the election of McCrenry by a handsome majority, as well as the rest of the Democratic tlckot. As the conflict wages warmer one mnn stands out as tho champion of the plain people and Is doing more for the ticket than any other Democrat. That warhorse of Democracy Is Ollle James, who Is cer-tnlto be elected United States Senator nnd wo couldn't elect a better one. Only Monday at Murray he spoke to an nudlenco of 3000 people a rec ord breaking crowd and In a scathing speech denounced I'erry Meloan, candidate for the legislature and O. J. Jennings, editor of tho Murray Ledger, and candidate for tho State Senate. These men wero Democrats and James denounced them as having sold out to the Republicans. James' rousing speech, In tho opinion of leaders In Calloway county.has put nn end to Itepubliclsm in that county. n n Word was received hero Friday morning of the death of Will Nlmo.for mcrly or Hickman. He met his death by falling from a boat, at Cairo, Into the Ohio river. The body was recovered n few hours later. Nlmo had boon living In Cairo for several mouths past. Tho properlcor of a gents furnishing store on Clinton street wrote a small nil nnd Mtnt It to n neighboring town for publication. Ho expected to get nbout the same rate that the Courier charges, but when tho. bill enmo tho rate was slightly over double what we charge, although tho other paiKir'B circulation Is not as largo. Wt mention this merely to show Hint our rales aro too low, If anything, but we proviso to hold 'cm down as long ns we can. West hns purchased thOBtock nnd vehicles of J. I. Lcggato'B stable, west of laundry, and is now In the livery nnd transfer business with both feet. The building will remnln tho property of Mr. Leggate, howover, an will be leased to the new proprietor nt $30 n month. Mr. West recently went Into the transfer business here, putting In a bus line between the railroad depots. He Is n hustler and should do well. Our friend I'rlce says be will rest up n bit, nnd possibly mnke up hU mind before crop time to go on the farm. ( DUY CAKLV -J- ., I 1 i OTO Cowgill's Drug Store for your Winter Medicir.'S ear Many a cold ard seii us ly sickness has been saved by havine iust the nreded remedv on your medicine shelf at the beginning of winter. No need for Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Grippe and many other minor His if you have us supply your medicine shelf. Tho rovlvnl nt tho First .Methodist church closed Monday night. Hev. the Wobor, of Jackson, Tonn., did preaching nnd better sermons are rare ly heard. Tho meeting was well attended, nnd did much good for the Have- lnrgo supply of papor whlto community, although there werr no Narcissus, Chlneso Sacred lilies, and additions. Hyacinth bulbs on hand. All large, Our famous Granger coffee, at 25c, fine bulbs. Miss Franklo Held. l still the talk of the town. Better ton rttlc Coal, all grade, from 2 G than lota of 36c coffei. Phono 38. Fulton county, ns usual, will bo up. Phono 186. netlnrsvinrth A Prathnr. but every Democrat Democratic, "Hciyler,s Candy For sale at i Cowgill's Drug SJore Election Nov. 7th. WHITE MAN DEAD, 2 HURT Victim of Mob First Wat Strung to Water Tank, but Cut Down Rac War Seem to De Inevitable. Stoves aro going up so Is coal. Special Offerings in fcfack Itussell was In few days last week. Memphis a sec- Coweta, Okla., OcL 24. This town martial rule, following a race war In which one white man was killed, two wounded so seriously they may die, and a negro ahol to death by a mob after bo had been strung to a water tunk, cut down before ho died, and locked In a vacant building for safe keeping Company F, Oklahoma National The Jeweler Guard, at Muskogee, 20 miles Miuth-caof hero, reached hero on a special train. The white man slain was City Attorney J D. Heavers He was shot by Kd negro, who aUo OB. HYDE AGAIN ON TP.IftL woundedSudtleth, aOliver and Steller Carmen Thompson, white men. After 8uddeth, who had been BIG CROWD GATHERS TO SEE wounded, was cut down from the waREOPENING OF CASE. ter tank, to which he bad been strung by a mob, ho was locked In a vacant Murdtr Is Charge Physician It AT building, and Deputy Sheriff How era legtd to Have Saught Swope Foft- attempted to tnko him to an automo-bll-o une by Pononlng Helrt. In readiness to convey thn slayer to Wagoner for safo keeping. Tho Kansas City. Mo, Oot. 84. lxng mob opened Are and tho negro fell. before the hour set for tho beginning Probably fifty bullets entered bis of th trial a croud Oiled the court body. room, whore, for the second time. Dr. Negroes 6 tart for Town. II ('fork Hydn will be tried for tho Largo numbers of enraged negroes II. uiunlrr of his wife's uncle. Col T. started for Coweta from tho sur Swop, the aged millionaire tho rounding country, and a raco war In order to Inherit Swope fortune, llydo It accused of seoms Inevitable. Tho whlto men of the town having poisoned Colonel Swope and the streets and guarded their two other member of the family Dr. Hyde's first trial, which took homes as best they could until tho place In the spring of 1910. resulted nillltla arrived. In his conlctlon and his sentnnco to Other was taken to Muskogee on a life Imprisonment. Tho ense was ap- passenger trnln and placed in tho pealed to tho statu supreme court Haptlst hospital. Ho wat shot through and lhi decision was reverted April tho abdomen. 11. 1911, and ft new trial ordered In Tho trouhlo started when a operator named Swazur was banding down Ita dcclrlon the supremo court ruled out n number of walking with a young woman, and Ed vital points In tho onto. Including the llUBc. a negro, In passing, pushed tho polton plot testified to by members girl from the sidewalk Into the mud of the Swope family. As a result tho Swazer struck tho negro, and another attorneys for the defense feel confi- whlto man, whose name Is being kept dent of n verdict of acquittal for their secret, iclzed Ruse, and Swaier beat him with his lists. client Few criminal cases In tho SouthHuto then began walking the streets west hat a furnlMied such sensations with a long knlfo In his pockot, soek-Inns the Hydo case, nnd none has dethe man who held him City Marveloped such strango and uiicnnuy shal Hart ordered the negro to itv evidence Coupled with these fea- up the knife and Ruse shot at him. tures were the prominence and At that Instant Kd Suddetb ran out wealth of tho family nnd tho strange of a homo ucroits the street and methods adopted by the alleged mur- opened fire, Instantly killing City Atderer for disposing of his victims, torney Reavers nnd wounding Oliver md Thompson, all of whom were janslng ELOPERS MAY BE INSANE part In nt the time nnd had taken no the trouble. Is uudvr Many New Handsome Silverware Patterns to show you. Hosiery s Underwear For Men, Women and Children Best Grades at Lowest Prices. There was a light frost In this tion Tuesday morning. Dan Hrlgga left Saturday mas, Ark., and St. Louis. .1 tf. for Du SCHLCNKEI? FOK SALE Saw mill outfit complete at a bargain. Cayce Milling Co. Itegular services at tho Presbyterian Church Sunday. Wm. O. Stockton, Minister. Mrs. Harry Ellison is home from Louisville, where sho has spent tho past six weeks for medical treatment. Phone 185 and for a trial order ot our dus'less cooking cool. No alack; no big lumps. Prepared especially to kitchen use. A. A. Farla. Hev. Jones preached his sermon at Beech Grovo last The congregation hopes that be returned to that charge next conference. st Special Offerings in Gloves, Blankets, Rugs Millinery, Sweater Coats and Caps, Scarfs and Veils. -- farewell Sunday. he will by tho phtlan-tkropli- Special Offerings in -- Raymond Barnett, son of W. I. Miss Pearl Forgery, daughter of Lee Forgery, two well known young people of the Heech Grovo neighborhood, were united In marriage on the 15th by Esq. Bruer. Barnett and A.T- tolc-grap- h E. R. ELLISON'S W A. Hlnshaw purchased Monday from Referee Remley the franchlso a for operating a ferry between and Hickman, paying $C2 50 This franchise embodies the exclusive right to use a certain landing on tho Kentucky shore, covering 100 yards. Do-ren- Dry Goods and Variety CASH STORE h- e COME AND SEE A Nashville coon, a real "chocolate drop" has the distinction of being the first female to appear ou tho streets of Hickman wearing a harem skirt tho skirt which looks like a cousin to a pair of baggy pants. Thero was a general "facing about" and an aftermath of rubber-neckinand fiiggling when this stylish clnd coon swept down the street Monday in her scissor garment. As for us, wo prefer tho old fashion skirts, oven If it must be lifted to a certain fascinating degree to clear tho muddy street crossings. g I Timber Land Owner la Dead. Portland. Mo., Oct. 24. William M. Hiown. one of the Pirgest timber laud J A Crozler, of Mound City, was Chicago, Oct 24. Hold In the De- owners ami pulp m lufacturers In tho home hero. here Saturday on business tention home for examination as to couutiy, Is dead i his their tnulty, & brldo and bridegroom Ho wnH 90 years old. H. C. Barrett, funeral director and found ntlrop In a freight car by tho ombalmer, with St. Louis Furnishing police told of their start In matriHAIR HEALTH. Co. mony on a capital George of $2. Hurch, thn husband, Is 30 years old. Mrs. Hlggcr Hall nnd little daughTake Advantage of Thlt Oentrout His wife, Mabel, Is 28. Offer. ter, of Doronn, wero horo Saturday Hurch said that ha and bis brldo Your money bnk upon request nt shopping. had not tastod food for moro than our Mtore If Kexnll "Kl" Hair Tonle two days. Mrs. J. M. Hold has returned from doesn't do us we claim. That's our The pollen say Hurch told them he guarantee. You obllguto yourself to a visit to her sister, Mrs. Hettlo Gnrd-neand his wife oscnped from tho home nothing whatever. Could you ask or near Fulton. , for tho nt Harlnnd. could we give you stronger proof of Mich., sovernl dnys ago. our confidence In the hair rctorini; yj Miss Homer Green returned Saturday from Memphis where sho lin qualities of thl preparation? We mind not afford to no stronglj boon visiting relatives for the past RO OTHER STOVE DOES THIS endorse Uexall "IW" Hair Tonic and Inoi.lb. Col'i Hot llltit llMltr lualntalni a con. It did llBoout flrn alao a atrailjr, to hell It as we do, It will tin Leaf. Morula? continue nil we claim It will. If Should Imld lire from Katunlar night until At the regular election, Nov. 7th, not do mrnlne (18 boura). ft will bolil Ore oer Blnt with ! coal than any olbfr aim. our enthuslnsiii hnvo carried us nwny. the votera of tho county will bo given tnr rooma ln the dratti In the morning ami put In tbe and l'.exnll "1KI" Hair Tonic not give n chnnco to say whether or not they rp quickly liratrl with tbr coal tiliM Iffnrp. Come In and riamlne Oole'J entire witlnfartioii to the users, they want stock to run nt largo within Orlflnal Hot Itl.it Heater. I'rlce 112.00 ami would Ioho faith In us and our Htnte op. accsidlnc to itta. ) this county. It Is n question thnt Is nients, ami In conequenco our Imsl. HICKMAN IIARDWAHC CO. Incorporated of vital Interest to tho farmers; pome RUffer. ness prcstlgti would will want it, somo will not, and both Wo assure- you that If your linlr Never out of Work. beginning to unnaturally fall out or If sides will havo sound reasons beiho busiest llttel things over mndo you Imvo any sculp trouble, Rcxull hind their arguments. Tho Courier are Dr. KInu'a IMnw I.lfo 1llla. Kir. "03" Hnlr Tonle will promptly eradi- Is not Interested in tho innttcr one pill Is n sugar-contcglobulo of stimulate hair growth btalth, that changes weakness Into cate- dandruff, promnturo baldness, or way or other, but merely call attention to it so that those who are Instrength, lnnguor Into energy, brain- and prevent operafag Into mental power; curing Con- the above guarantee become Sold terest will not over look tho fact WK oud $1.00. stipation, Headache, Chills Dyspep tive. Two slrr. The Itcxnll Store thn they aro to decldo tho question Only 25c nt Helm & only nt our store sia. Ainiarm by their ballots ou Nov. 7. Klllson. Tho Hickman Drag Co. Feeble-Minded- Bridegroom's Last Z Went for Wed- ding After Etoaplng Home for . r, .eeble-mlnded- (U-ll- - 1 d The cool weather Is evidently making Cupid get busy. The following couples were married at Fulton Sunday: J. K. Williams and Mlsa Rollle Wray, of near Boaz Chapel; J. B. Davis and Miss Covlo Vaughn, of Unfits Williams spent Sunday In should commence working right now Heelerton; Wnde Brown and Mlsa ElMay field to get out tho strongest vote posslbl lis Hicks of near Crutchfleld; Arna Hemember hnt tho First District u Uimin nnd Miss Mnrguret Webb, of Owen Honduraut of Jordon, was looked upon to help out in tho otlu-- r Lowob; Lon Green and Miss Anna here Sunday. tnd of tho state. Stalllngs.'of Wllllngham's Bridge; W Margaret Flour, none hotter. Tuesday, Nov. 7, Is election day. B. Caglo and Miss Nellie Ledford, of Commonco working right now nnd Paducah. On Monday James P. Hoff-nin- n & Prather. don't stop until tho polls close. nnd Miss Hall, of Water T. M. Reynolds, wife nnd baby wont Valley. to Union City Sunday. John Hngan wns nt homo SaturTerrell Sullivan spout Sunday with day and Sunday. TTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTf homefolks in Mayfleld. Dr. L. P. Haltzer went to Paducah J. L. Hlllngsworth, of Columbus, Sunday to attend State Medical AsKy., was hero Saturday on business. sociation. Mrs. Fopo Herring, of Union City, A satisfied customer Is our best admid daughter, Mrs. Will Hubbard, are vertisement. We can satisfy you. the guests of Mrs. T. T. Swayno. White Bros. Phono 195. V. I. Prlco nnd daughter reMrs. Mteses Hazel and Alex Adams are turned to Hanesvllle, I.a.f last week homo from Chicago, whore the lattor after nn extended visit to her parents has been under the care of a physiDr. Hrlght nnd wife. cian for several months. Sho will Hardware, Glassware and le.ivo In n short time for New MexThe water Is so low on Roelfoot ico. Tinware Lake thnt it is almost impossible to get a bont out on open water nt Waln Mrs. Carl Schmidt entertained nut Log now. Even an empty Joe-bo- few' friends nt a five course six o'- - j Standard Gas Engine Oil cannot pass out through tho clock dinner Friday evening. tho event channel, and fishermen are compelled being in honor of the hostess'steen h Free Delivery to wear rubber boots to wado tho birthday, It Is needless to say th" Phone 183 mud nnd drag their boats n distance evening was thoroughly enjoyed by those present. of DO yards or more. F. E. CASE & S(M Staple and Fancy Groceries at ' M. . TT - T-. QUARTERLY COURT Judge Naylor Disposes Of Big Docket Monday, Ward s J. T. Seat Judg-mefor plaintiff for $30 Sent was security on a note given by T F Benton Singleton vs J 111) Vincent O. L Dismissed without prejudice W 11 HlgRlns vs W A Hlnshaw Sot for trlnl today. Helm & Ellison vo It II Kirk Dismissed settled. Ersey Ward vs W. S. Ellison Suit for wagon Judgment for defendant. E. P. Wright vs C. II Smith and J JudgI). Leech. Suit on account ment for plaintiff for $10 S5 J T Seat vs Finis Clark Suit to recover execution that plaintiff hod lald for defendant while- the former was sheriff. Judgment for plaintiff for $120 43. Hufua Fields Helm & Ellison v Suit on accouuL Judgment for plaintiff for $4.45. II E. Thompson vs Hnrry Moore Attnchuvi.t sustained Judgment for plaintiff for $3.00. Orro Mfg. C vs Virgil Robers Suit on account. Judgment for plaintiff fo. $40. Mnson Williams vs Will Hendricks. Attachment sustained. Judgment for plaintiff for $8.50. Horace McGoheo vs Mose Harkett. Suit for hauling freight Judgment for plaintiff for $8.35. W T. Sudberry vs Hardy Freeman. Suit on account. Judgment for plain- j tiff for $5 85. J T. Johnson vs J. W Wntt Attachment on account Judgment fori plaintiff for $28.92. J. T. SmlUiwick vo Clem Hay Suit Judgment for plaintiff on account for $14 60 Seat & Carpenter sued on tho following for accounts nnd obtained judgment: Lynch Brown, Lon Love, Walter Cnrr, Bill Macklln.Joe Brevard A. B. Allen, Bon Neorlns J W - m: '8 ?j PROMISE THIS FALL P When we extended you cred it last Spring did you say you would settle when you got out your crop? We borrowed money so that we could accommodate you. It is now time for ALL of us to make settlements. If you owe us please make arrange ments to pay. You can see our position, and j imZ As Jack Frost suggests, it is proper time for heavier clothes. We. want to suggest the best proper I place to get them. At each price range from $ 5 to $50, we give you better VALUE. 1 Style is always right if it comes from Bradley & Parham. Competent salesmen to serve you, with a desire to have you come again. You'll not be urged to buy. J GOOD RECOMMENDATION. Men's Furnishings, Underwear, Shirts and Winter goods of all kinds in great variety, at prices to suit all. 1$ Hickman, Ky.. Oct. 4. 1011. I. Mrs. Mlnnlo Wllllnms, widow of Lon Williams, deceased, who died September 21st, 1911, do hereby cer- tlfy that my husband, tho aforesaid Lon Williams, took a policy with tho National Life Association of Dos Moines, Iowa, on May 17th, 1911, through your representative, Mel DeLaney, Number 2232C, and that on September 30th, 1911, I made proof of my husband's death and turncfl same over to McL. Doleney, your nnd that I have this day received payment. In full through tho above menUoncd agent, at their depository, Tho Hickman Bank & Trust Co., of Hickman, Ky., nnd I want to thank the above mentioned National Life Association and Its representatives for their prompt and kind attention. Signed MRS. MINNIE WILLIAMS VITAL STATISTICS. Births and Deaths Reported to Registrar During Past week. Deaths. t DoubleProtectioii Fire department are necessary and save much property, but they cannot bt relied upon always. Although they may put out tho fire, water may do as much damage a the fire. Fire Insurance protects you against the lost by fire as well as the loss by water damage. A fire Insurance policy In a reliable company with a reputation for fair dealing and promptness Is your best protection. We rep resent only such companies. H. C. HELM, Agent REAL E8TATE Elizabeth Gilbert, colored, age 10 months, Oct. 17. Jno. K. Walsh, former Chicago Cislcy Evans, ago 35, Meningitis, banker, who had all that heart could Oct. IS. wish In the matter of this worlds Cloyas Lee Smith, colored, age 10 goods but in his eagerness to have mord violated the laws of the land, years, typhoid fovor, OcL 19. died Tuesday after serving two years Will Osborno and Miss Mnttio Calpenitentiary He had vin were married Oct. 21. Both are in tho federal been released only ten days ago Tho well known in West Hickman. confinement broke him down in mind and body. Ho failed to appreciate A. E. Owens wont to McKenzle, Uie old truth what doth it profit a Tenn. yesterday, to attend tho wed- man to gain tho wholo world nnd ding of his sister. Miss Una Owens. lose his own soul? His life was a She was married to Rov. Burgess dismal failure. Cunningham, pastor of the PresbyteTho local fire department was callrian church at Union City ed Into action Tuesday morning to extinguish a blaze In the residence of "Uncle" Frank Thompson one of our best negro citizens. Tho flro started on tho second floor our tho kitchen, probably the result of a debe sure to get a fective fluo. After burning a big hole In out roof copy of the new A part thethe the fire was put to houso was rented a of Victor monthly negro named Baugard. Ills flirnl-turbulletin which was damaged by being thrown out. tells about the j you have a Victor o Deeds Recorded with County Clerk During Past Week. C. A. Wilson to Ella II. Keith, lot in Henry additional) nnd other con slderatlon. T. B. Mnshaw to D. F. Gabby, lots West Hickman, $400. J. E. Fields to C. O. Fields, CO acres land. $7500. I.ou A. Reed to Fulton County Fair Atw'n., 35 aero land, $0107.50. W. E. Matlock, who was a cnndl-dat- o in our last county campaign and resides near Crutchfield, has sold hi farm to a Graves county man for $87.50 an acre, and will go Into tho real estate business at Fulton or Paducah. Will is a fine fellow and we hopo he will not dccldo to leave newest music. Tho Democrats of Dyer county havo Jones for Stop in and endorsed Judge Jos. E. The election of get a copy, or Governor heldTennessee. Jones was will bo next yar. drop us a postal the presiding judge In the nlghtrlder and we'll gladly trials at Union CItv two years ao send it. 1v W. E. Allen and E. A Hammond we hope you will give this you haven't a Victor you'll Victor bulletin 1 interesting anyhow. So send for a copy. Better still stop in and get it, and find the In St. Ixnils this week purchasing new goods for thnlr furniture store, which will bo oponed shortly In the building formerly occupied by Smith repair shop. are matter your prompt attention. m J. II. Ilusflell has accepted a posi tion In the Farmers & Merchants Bank, nnd will help them through the busy season. some itself. hear Rov. II. G. Ryan, of Mnrtln left Wednesday nfter a visit with his brother, Mr. Ryan of the O K of the music Fulton county. Don't fail to seo the Hickman Hardware Company's display of cut gloss. Miss Erllne Heed, of Fulton, was the guest of Miss Mnyme Naylor last week. HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCORPORATED Ellison Bros. J O Ryan, of Union City, was hero yesterday. 3n 1 1 1 JJCA ComiIiM STEAM AND WATER FOR HEAT Indication! Will D TO MAKE IN CROCHET FOR WORKINQ J Are That 8omo Method Developed to Discontinue Use of Radiators. DIRECTIONS OF Phono 0 VEGETABLES PRODUCE C. II. MOORE FRUITS I lttt.W CE. ZlnauaiaCc ' The Old Cabinet Maker says: Whenever you buy furniture, whether it be a bookcase which is an evidence of refinement and today a necessary accessory to every home or whether it be a com mon kitchen chair, your selection should be made so as to get the required pieces in perfect harmony with the balance of the furniture in the room. That is what produces true homeness, that sense of comfort and contentment so de sirable. Our stock enables you to select the furniture that goes well with any kind of surroundings and is good, strong and durable. Think what an advantage this is over buying away from home where you simply see pictures and vague, cxageratcd descriptions. Come into our siore and you wil find the pieces of funiture you netd, of the right quality and at the right prices. The main objection to the use of, steam and water for beating In tbe use of tho radiators, tbo appcarancu of which must necessarily occupy the most conspicuous place In tbe room.' Tbe Indications are that this will bo met at no distant date and some method developed which will dla-- i pense with tho uh if radiators. The Itouians heated thoir villas by a systurn of double walls and floors, between which the heat found Its way and the apartments were malntnlnod nt a comfortable temperature. An, attompt to heal a bouso by an entirely now method will bo mnde In tbo Cosmopolitan club houso, being now erected at Cornell university. Steam pipes arc laid In chases loft In the up- -' per surfaco of the floor around tho edge of the room After tho plpo Is laid the opening was flllod with a weak concrete and covered with a decorated tile Hint rises and tbe effl elency of hcntlng the room by radiation from the floor Is evident. Cold roncrcto floors have been held up ns a bngaboo, and tbe method suggested eliminates this drawback. - EFFECTIVE TRIMMING. Lover of This Form of Ornamentation Will Be Quick to Recognise Ita Worth and to Copy It. OR. I 0. LOMGMECKER J 4 Veterinary Surgeon Graduate of Chicago Vet. College 1893. Office chain stitches, turn, pass 1, a double crochet In each of the other 6, turn with 1 chain, S double crochets, 9 chnln into the end stttch of the previous row, turn and work under tho chain loop, 3 double crochets, then a plcot (4 chain back to the first), 3 more double crochets, another plcot, 3 more double crochota; Work 7 . ') at Steve Stohr's Livery Barn 194" BOTH PHONES wiv-vii- ri SAMUEL Residence Phone, Cumb. - tr rirtyrf 1ya Assistant ADAMS, Secretary of the Calls promptly answered night or day. Satisfaction guaranterd. Interior. wjmiMmofjstmrjTM7 HOME-MAD- E TINNER'S STOVE all theso All you who have torpid liver, wea Tax Notice. 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 Pay your State, County and School in good condition and purify tho stom- taxes now ad savo costs of collecach and bowels. HERBINE Is the right remedy, it answers tho purpose tion. Ooalder Johnson. completely. Price COc. Sold by tho Sheriff, Fulton County Hickman drug Co. Large End of Piece of Ordinary Stovepipe Can Be Used Metal Lid Controls the Draft. Tho largo end of a 6 or C Inch ordinary stovepipe Is cut so as to form notches nbout 1 Inch deep Tbo remaining parts of the metal are turned out and nailed to a board as shown In tbe Illustration. Tho bottom part Is filled with a 3- three-cornere- d HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. WCOIU'ORATPD UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office SHINGLE AT MILL PRICES htATVjn TTTT1 3VXXXX3XjX23VC3lOJ' Best Heart Shingles, per 1,000 " " Best Prime V Economy f Kept in stock Tyler. Ky. at-a- s$ JPHOPIT $3.00 2.G5 Charcoal Soldering Iron Heater. by buying direct from the Mill. I manufacture the best thinglf s in the State All are nlmott half an Inch thick, an 1 guaranteed. 9 doublo crochets should be under 7 of tbe 9 chain, then a double crochet Into each of the other two and 1 Into each of tht noxt 4 stitches, leaving tbe last two unworked, turn with 1 chain 6 doublo crochets, turn, 3 chain, pass one, a double crochet In each of the other 2 chain and 1 on each of the next 4 stitches, turn with 1 chain and repeat from for length of lace roqulrod. Second strip: Seven chain, turn, pass one, a double crochet In each of the other 6, turn with 1 chain, 0 double crochets. 3 chain, turn, pass ono, a double crochet on each of the other 2 chain and 1 on each of the next 4 stitches, leaving the remaining 2 unworked, turn with 1 chain, and repeat from until tho second strip la of the same length as the first. These two strips are connected byt catching 3 chain across from point to point, first placing the strips so that the ribs or rows slamt In opposing dli rectlons. See Illustration. On tbo top of the second strip work 7 chain from point to point, and upon this row work 3 chain from the middle of ono loop to the mlddlo of the next one, and finishing with a double crochet In each chain stitch of last row. Sheet Music at Fethe & French's. Phono 105. THE LEAN DOG OF DESPAIR MINEVER follows r vj i A A MAN M i riii av i tr 21 iiiri THA Zrjm&r, 3 i HiiiiH -- LOG irmACCOUNT v BANK XJu Coeiucbt !09. k C. E Zitnmeiuuo Lo.- -o. TREATMENT OF DARK ROOM t Don't Place Your Order Until You See Inch layer of clay and a few V4 Inch boles made In tbo mctnl Just above the clay for tbo draft Three sides of a rectangular piece, 2 Inches wide my place in West Hickman, or may be had at Mill at and 3 Inches long, aro cut In tbe pipe and tbe metal wlt.iin turned down. This forms tbe door and hearth for j the soldering Irons. A circular Me of metal laid over the Up controls tbe draft. 2.00 White Paint and Enamel, With a Sun ny Wall Paper, Will Do Wonders With It. In nearly every city house there Is always sure to be one dark and gloomy room. It casts Its depression upon all who enter It and yet one Is often nt a loss as to what should be dono to dissipate tho lugubrious ef.... I.a .ImhI. ...I.t. v...hl Aa1. UO UDUlk nilil lUfcuiUBO.i snouia ne Dark used with a generous band. TTHE man with a bank account is always fortified against hardships. The man without one is sure to meet adversity sooner or later. You earn enough if you only save enough, which you can easily do by putting a little in our bank every week or month. pU-o- c. Jn. H. SMITH HICKMAN, KENTUCKY TOTAL QUANTITY OF CEMENT Total Production In United 8tatei 1009 was 64,108,386 Barrels, a Big Increase. In fect V. Jl I.... BUUUIU white paint nnd enamel 5! Tbe total quantity of Portland, natural and Purrolan cements pro duced In tbo Unltod States during 1909 was 64.196.3S6 barrels, valued at J51.232.979, nn Increase over 1908 of 21 per cent In quantity and IK per cent In value Tho Puxzolan cement Is mado by mixing blast furnace ring with slaked llmo, but Its output decreased from 657.252 bnrrols In 1907 to 160,646 barrels In 1909. One of tbe newer developments In cement manufacture, says a late bulletin of tbe geological survey. Is the production Portland ceof white ment This supplies a growing demand for ornamontal work and surface finish rii.ir or IS svccusrtL ,fV ST.1KT INDUSTRIAI, MECHANICAL HLN ,fRK r.lTROSS THIS B.INKf C.F.T LINK voomino ICCOUST tOV'K PRosrr.KiTr rov nr NOTES orr.Niso ,i nusts'csi HERE Saad Salamy Waist Measure at Present. According to feminine statistics, tho walBt measure Is more normnl at tho present day than any time since BANK AKO'lRUsfcoHH woman began to wear corsets. When .CyvA,)50.0009.s,7.'Mi3a50()ggl one quotes a waist measure of 26 or even 28 Inches the lissome corsetlero no longer raises nor brow In that cultivated sort of covert dismay that she was once prone to assume and when the general Improvement In the health and comfort of tho "weaker" sex Is taken Into consideration It world. Tho collection of dust from vacuum Is to bo wondered nt that tho ateliers LOOK!See Our Agent LOOK! cleaners and selling It for fertilizer of the Paris drapers did not sooner has become a recognlxod business In come to tho conclusion that the I furnish my medicines and women of today do not want Paris. guarantee a cure in... Sumatra Is famous tbe world over Catherine dl Medici suicidal waists. for high grade for Its cigar wrappers, and tobacco Founders, Colic, Bots Changeable Blips. plantations have spread to neighborRing Bone,'Bone Spavin ing Isles. Tho sheer dresses of this season are, country from useful, becauBO by changing the slip Curb, Fistula, Pole Evil a The aluminum of this GOAL OIL production of 83 pounds In 1883, underneath one has practically a new Weak Eyes, Sharbon Its consumption of 1910 amounted to dress. These slips come In soft, cling34,210,000 pounds. ing satin of various light shades, such and Lockjaw. The new metal known bb Lingo mct- as blue, pink, yellow, mauve and rose Lowest prices and prompt bo 40 per cent ligbtor pink Thoy are beautifully mado. Tho I own my hospital and am ready for nl Is said to delivery. Absolutely than nlumlnum. which makes It par- neck and Bleeves are edgod with lace business. ticularly useful for airships. and have wide satin flounces. They uniform. Tists made by a French railroad of cost )8.50. A number of linen gowns Q-l-vXlotla. TTim Tx'XtiX a dovlce for heating water before It nnd coats have been reduced tho R. R. ROCjERS, Veterinarian reaches tbe boiler by exhaust steam coats to $3.98, the gowns, in one piece INDIAN REFINING CO. showed a fuel economy of more thaa and machine scalloped, to 97.50, f 12.60 HICKMAN, KY. 12 per cent and $17.60. EVANSVILLE SE'KI'ICE h writr t.ictuir .ii n American conl production In 1910 was nearly 490,000,000 tons. Pressed sheets of aluminum aro used for wall covering In place of paper. Matches have not yet displaced tbe tlndcrbox In certain rural districts of Spain and Italy. Tbo city of Paris owns a macblno which can grind out nearly a quarter of a million wooden paving blocks a day Tho asphalt deposits of Cuba, when dovelopcd, are expected to prove superior to all otliers throughout tbo woodwork should not be tolerated and dull or gloomy paper should be avoided. Hang tho room lu a paper of aunny yellow hue, put up only curtains of thin net nnd decorate yiur walls with pictures framed In white and gold nnd slUcr grny frames. Many mirrors, If possible, should be used, for they aid wonderfully In brightening n dark room, but they must not bo bung too high, as they will only reflect the celling, while they should catch the cheerful flamo of an open Are, wbero there Is one, and repeat Its gleam. No ono thing Is m" j successful In destroying tbe depressing atmosphere of a room than an Inside window box. This box can be made attractive by a thin covering of brass or copper that will add to the brightness of tbe room,' and the plnnts should be 'hosen with an eyo to their color. When the furniture In your dnrk and, depressing room bns been covered' with a gay cretonne, and magazines, books nnd papers have been strewn nbout this room, which previously filled every one with aversion and discomfort, then will It become tbe favorite resort of the family. The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. L H L For tbe Composing Room in a printing house electric light is the best, and for factories or shops turning out typewriters, clocks, watches, parts for bigger machines, it will aid in getting better and more work. Whatever your lighting or other electrical necessities further your own financial interests by consulting us. Our diagnosis and prescribing will help you a whole lot. Hickman Ice (Incorporated) T. Coal Co. afx-- ., andMSOLINE T. DHjXiOTJ, 3VTBX'. Pliouo $500 IU3WAKU for one largo sorrel horse, wblto bind feet, saddle and brl-dlon. Tbe aulmal lost his rider trying to follow a drove of horses to Gray's shop to bo shod. Get your mower bladea ground for 25c. When tho chest eels on fire nnd tho throat burns, you have indigestion you need HEIOJINE to get rid of tho badly digested food, strengthens tho stomach uud purifies the bowels. Prlco COc. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. "uron j i ;. ?' it lltftftflllfl'ft'l Where Cleanliness : : 5 The Courier's Weekly Scrmo .v. ? ". 1 1 AMOK lllfc'hkl 1 if Ky. Lump Goal A LOOKOUT Cold weather is coming and if you want the best results get your stock shod and their feet will grow out and keep the cold mud from making sore and tender feet. If you GOD'S LONGER DAYS A THOUSAND YEARS History the Workday of Great Week. Rfl A Ton TiiIU Let me save you money on your coal. J. Abides The modern of bathing into bathroom converts the task a luxurious pleasure. It makes cleanliness a delight instead of a duty. Let us figure on converting your old style unsanitary bathroom into an attractive, wholesome lavatory. It will not cost so much as you imagine and you will save it many times. : : Mankind's ' : Th. Length and the doctor comes seldom. : : : : Value of Time Viewed From th. Divln. V.rtut th. Human Standpoint Pattor Ruitall Still Abroad, s STAHR STEVE PHONES BOTH ins t'ltlon of the Divine character, the irlni Iples of rlghteouucs, etc Their ioions In respect to evil they nre gnln-by observation Instead of by (tu way recommended to our flixt parents by the Creator, but In ihHr Ignorsnro rejei-teHut (1ml foreknew the courso which tils hiiiiiitu children would take under the Intlueiice of temptation: Mo foreknew Unit they would fall Into sin nnd therefore would experience Its penalty, jorrow. (miIii nnd death. While Ills eye has pilled Ills oor rronturos for lx thousand years, nevertheless He bas allowed Ills great original I'liin of the Ages to move alone slowly to n grand rllnmx- - the Plan whlrh He pur posed In Himself from before the foundation of the world God Hat Not Ncglecttd Ua Prom this Divine vlowmlnt Oml Is onreniliig Ills promises dot slack Jnly six dn.vs of the week hnve yet issued The glorious Seventh Day In vlili-the grout Medimor between (Sod md men will Hssiiwe Ills Kingdom Instead of totters hi Jiisi at iMind tiluk'nc itwi Cd Is uexlfs ting und - MiitsliiHlr prtitn forgetting i fiilMI tinsis. tte slMHthl wllli the eyes of faith psllxe that He ts working nil thing to the iwtusH of Ills own Y shook) rcinshh-- r the OMIter ivlll from the whHm stnndtsHnt tlxtt (! iss exiT" lnl gresl nftenro Willi liu minlty lu iHit litlnt; out the rare; Rd ttlW Hi' Ins Im n KMlg sMffrrlM hawHtiltle Our iMuriM lis ihai tb non'd pirfrr thai mute of Ills era rsthiT nn shimhl fiorlsh In den Hi. It t nil. If 'hey tvouhl. mhtbt tura Peter III. H: into Him sh1 llvi'.- -ll u expo-rlctii'i- v -- 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 Nashville, that enn do it for you. of J dont know about having the best shopl us come and see. When? you arc sick you wantk the best doctor, wheng your horse needs shoes H why not get the bests man to put them on. r It Co.ts Jo More B In Town If you ; ' "A thousand years In Thy sight nre day with the tint ns jeitrrdny."-"- A Lord 1$ ns n thousand years." I'suliu xc. 4: II lvtor III. 8. Losho.n TADnit-NACi1 .minister (!nte W . Oct. 22. -- Pastor sioke hero twice Itu-wel- l arc looking for ROBERT COLLIER the old reliable blackup-to-da- te : : : : : Hickman Tin. . & Plumbing Co. Mo. 75 " : : : m x 3 1 smith, come to the ttnlny to InrKv' audiences. s Both Phones . : rcrt oue of thv wblrh on We .j. iij.j..JitJ.i..JJ'---'- t rented tlii difference shop and you will see the best shoes and nails that have ever been kept in Hickman. XwAVSAAVV l a. m. tyler j; ! Attorney-at-La- w ; ; J r dR SURE THINQ and Notary Public r jfl r- - 4jEte h i' Will practice in all Courts X3Cloluxxnao.y I3Cy. ! LdT fflKkVB I MJKy I In part Humanity' Crtat Workday rroiu the Dlvlno viewpoint, earth's history, from Adam's day until now, Is merely the workday jtirtlou of a great week wImv Seventh Day or fcubbnth of n tbuiisHiid years Is "the day of Christ." "the lust day." "the day of Judgment" or trial for the world. Uio day in nlilt-"every knee shall bow und imt. lunciie confess to tho glory of God." the d.iy In which "tho rlpht-eiu- s nlnll tlourlsh und the evil-i- l xts hIihII bo cut on In the Second no said standards of uiensuremcut. and h u in n n I) I v I u The Everything You Want Grocery Snow Flk Flour. Best Meats in the city, fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz', 57 varieties. I luxlue Wot the dsy whhh means rxi I much of l.llii;:. uplifting, privilege. lNrtuiilij or Divine favor to our race QUR TIME, tliioigh glorious Kingdom, knowledge H huh tlinMighniit this Seventh Day and experieace will reign fnuu msi to sea and from the rivur 1.1 the ends of the earth," ia the priatiag , uttMig dim ii everything contrary to basinets. ihe Divine standards nnd uplifting lie world of mankind (bought with ABSCONDED me proflous blood ut Cnlvnry) from in mmuties. dogmdatlou and the Wbm you are ia need of torae-tili- ng tomb in this line x days ulialt thou lalior and do all lm work, hut the Seventh Is the Snb-'.- i DON'T FORGET THIS ii "f tin- Lord thy Ood. In It thou V i n'H do Hiiy work " Whoever re 's . iirftilh. Intelligently, the pages lilstorv iimhi lie stnick with the no. i nig whlrh bus Iki-- inanl-- ' sied lv our row und Is still being iiunlfosied -- ASK FOR RATES- Next the of Good The forbidden fruit of Kden was rroui the iree of the knowledge of good ml ft II Doubtless the Creator would W. J. McMURRY veutuplly hnve given a full knowledge Attorney-at-Laf io'h gMiO i'.ikI evil to our llrst pnr-u- l Th-'- t were merely forbidden nn DulldlDg on corner. Office In LaClede "..' ii'iliate p hinge Into knowledge to Hickman. Ky. Craving bur own illsiiiiviiiiingu. imttlediri- I efori' Its due time. Mother I ve diwile.ttsl her Mnker nnd enticed DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD tier husband Into dNohedlence. The Dentist csii'i tins heen that instead of learnHlxon Do you look on HoldUte, ing Hi- - philosophy of good nt first nnd Dayldsoa'a old stand. Phone No. 2. cashier of the Hide and Seek Trust f et il later, they and their rare have Company, as a coming manT tici-i- i Hickman, Ky. pns'lpltnied Into lessons respectDlzon Judging from the afternoon ing evil flrt. with tho knowledge of paper, I rather think he's a going man. ;mxI to mine Inter HICKMAN FURNITURE O. The holy rngels, who have never Funaral Directors and Embalmers. trunsgress'sl the Dlvluo Ijiw, have NEVER GENEROUS ontliiunllj the lesson of good nn op Phone 20 day or night. Hickman, Ky. In the Dli custom of hi Jews the new day begun at suunet. Tuum we uie lu tho evening or begin-ti.uof tin-- unwt Seventh Day of tho d 'tilth' i r g Il For Sale Tommy I say, Mary, Is It correct to remark that you "water a horse" whea be is thirsty T Mary Yes, quite correct. Tommy (with a saucer In his hand)Well, then, I am going to milk th cat. - - lolliiess shall hnv. taken the plnre of he broml mad to distinction: nfter Messiah, the great King, shall have letbmned Satan, the Prince of dark urns, from the world's control: after the Prince of Pence shall hnvo established peace upon n proper basis. HELP THE KIDNEYS Hickman Readers Ina tho Way. Kv klnl XX'III. II Tbo grwit opMtrtunlty for the masses if nr race to turn to the Itrd nnd ro ittetn everlasting llf will le after when he shall tutre li shall t Sun of Rljch!otiiios .hlnlng forth- after the hlgliwny of dtrk" pass. Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74: ' D are Learn- BO Business Directory en-Tr- The lamo, weak or aching back The unnoticed urinary disorders That leads to dropsy and Urlght's it's tho llttlo kidney Ills HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS - KHTAlIt IHIIKI- lA disease. When the kidneys aro sick. Help them with Doan's Kidney Pill A remedy especially for sick kid- noys. Doan's have been curing kidney troubles for 75 years. Endorsed by 60,000 peoplo endors cd at homo. Proof In a Hickman citizen's state ment. J. It. Wcathorly, Third & Ivy 8ts Hickman, Ky.( says: "For somo tlmo I was afflicted with a most annoying caso of kidnoy complaint. Thokldncy secretions were far too frequent tn passage and I bad to get up somo nights as often as soven times. In tho morning I folt tired and little like doing tho day's work. I tried a numbers of romedlcs and doctors, but to no avail. Finally Doan's Kidney Pills came to my notice and getting a supply at Helm & Ellison's Drugstore I began taking them. Tho contents of thrco boxes restored my kldniys to a normal condition and improved my health." For sale by all dealers. Price 50c. Fostor-MllburCo., Duffalo, N. Y sole agents for the United States. Ilemomber tho namo Doan's and toko no other. n TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. Hufffir to II, (I, llAinmntr, ilrrrwrdi i Marble and Granite Monuments CURDING, STONE WORK OF ALI KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentuck) tSti -- THE ELECTRIC STUDIO Everything In Photography Style, Quality and Prices Right Next to Price House W. F. MONTGOMERY Undertaker Hearse and drivers furnished on short notice. WOODLAWN DAIRY u4sff Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY THltKOTOItM IU M. IKI.KH 11. Life Saver In a letter from Branch-lan- d, W. Va., Mrs. Elizabeth Chapman says: "I suffered from womanly troubles nearly five years. All the doctors in tiie county did me no good. I took Cardui, and now I am entirely well. I feel like a new woman. Cardui saved my lifel All who suffer from womanly trouble should give Cardui a trial." Vr.J.il. HUHtlAltn T. DAVIH CIKO.ll.TllllKI.KKI.il J.J.O. IIONIHtltANT IIKNIIY HANOKIt T.A.I.KIiroitl) We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS J. J. O. IIONM'KANT, A. H. Proprietor. dairy In The only Fulton County. Tredilent II. O IIAMADK, Ai.'t Cnnhlor j. A. tikhipuiiv. .m.. I Rough Lumber Tor Sale... Dimension Stuff cut to order on Short Notice. 1- Mrs. Hlxon Is that fiction you ar reading? Mr. Hlxon Must be. It Is colled "The Coalman's Qeneroilty." E61 Who la your clothes doctor? No Take CARDUI bettor place than Whlto Bros. We know our business, do our work well and guaranteo satisfaction. What inor do you want. I 2 Try Oxxx' FRESH MEATS I O. XX. Midnight In the Ozarks. and yet sleepless Hiram Scran ton, of Clay City, 111., 'coughed and coughed Mill located on Dresden Road He was In the mountains on the advice of five doctors, who said he had 2 -2 miles east of Hickman. consumption, but found no help in home. Heartho cllmato, and If you are in need of anything ing of Dr. Klng'ustarted DIbcovery, ho Now began to uso It. "I believe It saved in this line, see my life," ho writes "for It mado a new man of me, so that I can now Dr. J. M. HUBBARD do good work again." For all lung diseases, coughs, colds, la grippe, asthma, croup, whooping cough hay fever Why not use dustlesa coal for cook' Its hemorrhages hoarseness or quinsy, ' tho best known remedy. Price lng. A. A. Farto has the real article COc and Jl.00 Trial bottle free.' Guaranteed by Helm & Ellison. at the right price. Cleaners and pressors for particular 1 people. White Bros. Phone 195. PJioue 38 for groceries. The Woman's Tonic 50 years of proof have convinced those who tested it, that Cardui quickly relieves aches and pains due to womanly weakness, and helps nature to build up weak women to health and strength. Thousands of women have found Cardui to be a real life saver. Why not test it for your case? Take Cardui todayl There's somo class to Iletteraworth & Pratber'a 25c Granger coffee. Have yon tried it? 44M4tMMl I'hona 4 MOOIU3 I J LAUNDRY -- AT ! I We are authorized to announce A valuablo dressing for flesh wound burns, scalds, old sores, rash, chafed Virginia Luton skin, is DAUiARD'S SNOW LINIMENT, It Is both healing and anti- a candidate for Superintendent of septic. I'rlco 2Gc, 50a and $1.00 per Schools of Fulton County, subject to bottlo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. the action of tho Democratic party. ElecUon Nov. 7, 1911. Bradley & Parham's Daskct leaves every : Tuesday afternoon n..ttir.t. i ......i n.:.. I J GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore 33 33 ST 1 I Havo you tried It that uew coal, auci giadcd to regular aUdd Let us figure on that bill of l"m lumps especially suited for cooking. ber. Reynold Uom ft Co., In washiu A. A. Farls.