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The Hickman courier: November 2, 1911 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 hic1911110201_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: November 2, 1911 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. $1 In No per Year Advance I'jfeptlotu to rrk-m- rly OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops when Tourtlmo Is out. We don't believe tn forcliiK a on anyone, faper do not want to miss i copy, keep tbe nubscrln tlon paid up. A notice of expiration Is Riven liero IS tiara abend with iini1. n i. .l.i-nTwenty yr H rnoiiifV. "J1"': only niiir. .NomniiU i,nl pour to ipvuil Local News pB(Hr Hint nil tun county nml il,it ninoiiut for n ! THE HieKMAN COURIER. Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, HANDY 1911 Number 19 A Blue Mark TO HOLD THE STRING. Little Box Salad Farms of France Useful That May Be by Anyone With a Con-truct- ' Little Insenulty. Thla Is a very hnndy llttlo box for containing thick and line string, which can bo drawn off at either sldo as re-- , quired, and which can bo made with ' tho nld of any circular tin box of a I Jj sultablo shape. The box should bo smoothly covered with nny pretty remnant of material, that may be handy, and a hole plorccd In Illu center at tho bottom, and on-- ! other In the center of tho lid. At cither side there nro bands of! ribbon, finished off with smart little: bows, and attached to thesa bands is' a long loop of ribbon with a rosettoi bow at the top, by which the box may :v-- y , '(T' .sa wf k Good. r:. iiiiS' - r KrS-No- - -- k v.'rfi2rC--. Sr. il .L'w k -- Furniture Nothing adds more to the comforts of home than good furniture, and that's the kind we sell. Our methods of doing business have been tested and approved by economical buyers. fjxid.) r :V7- m Hit f. -- H- ." v1. vV . S-J rr tfMkHyK c Vifi i&c&u&nxiJ -3- r- t 1 tpt.T lHltaBifcJ'v7L. jT Lm PV c. Frenchman muit have hii salad, ana he u noted the world over lor hit (kill In preparing that delectable dish. As a natural consequence, the French market gardener pays especial attention to the growing of salad plants, and the salad farms, with acres of endive, lettuce and other plants growing under targe glass bells are among the Interesting slghu of the untry withdrawn his npponl to a higher LEE CARTER SENTENCED i court for a now trial and will Judge Over Rules Motion In u fww days for Eddy i Mb For New Trial. a lid begin tho serving of IiIh term. Thte has 1mm decided as tho wisin bu atcond trial at CM lit on, Iam est oourfco by the convicted man and ' .Mir. of Pulton, wo4 k'Ivoii a life IiIh attorneys hnio agreed with him be suspended from a nail In the wall ' ' Mf In tho penitentiary for kill- - as to tho pursuanco of his courso. A small strap of the samo material, k rratik llalcom. that has been used to cover the tin la v million for n new trail was nr-- . WANTED: Kim timber; will pay sewn across the center, through whlchj Judge IIukk Wodnosday It) per i a pair of scissors may bo slipped and thousand at mill In East Hick-inaiiKHHt by nttorttvya fur defendant, Hickman Coll Hoop Co. tfc held In Its place. The little diagram at tho right hand i up reasons why they i.l. ml their clloHt anltlled to an- Tho llttlo city of Milbuxn was ask- sldo showa how tho balls of string r minium Tho motion was ed to tnko 1 1,000 stook ns her part should bo arranged Inside the box; and also Illustrates how It may be, comiiionwuHlth'ji nttor-i- " towards the building of the new oloc-trl- c by th drawn off through the holes at either) i " over-rulleto Hickman. side. road from I'aduotih tho Jadae Uugg .. Ono man took tho wholo t.000. Ev--r- y .ind sntencd Carter to the hi inry for life. town on the proposed roulo Is Nolle of apiwal TO HOLD THE HAIR RIBBONS ' Mi' Court ofAplHMila wnstttwed enthusiastic over this ontorprlso. and prosont Indications, the i i.iord but It Is undorstood that Judging from Pretty Little Case, the Use of Which, Klectrlc Rail-rw' r Imn rxprrsd his purpose to Kentucky Southwestern Makes for Economy as Well aa will surely bo built. Persons !..n t,. the court" decree and that Convenience. blue-priof m. . Mill not bo carried to the Interested may boo a A pretty case to hold the school I, ourt 8lnco tho above was put the proposed route on file at the girl's hair ribbons Is made by cot-- 1 in learn that Carter has Courier office. erlng two strips of cardboard, eighteen Inches long and six Inches wide) first with a layer of cotton wadding; with a sweet, which Is sprinkled sachet and then with fl w .rod silk , or cretonne. Whip tho outer covering on with, small stitches and lay tho two finished strips side by Bide. Now sew ribbon along the edges of the two strips, to serve as a sort ol hlngo. Ilko tho backing of n book, nnd on tho other sides pieces ot rlb the caso can be tied; people bon with whichthe ribbons, smoothed less money. shoes togothor Lay you, this really out flat. In off forllttlo case when you for shoes are tho night, and tako them can ritrurtl, bemuse they don't know of fi satisfactory shoe will notice how much longer thoy last than If you pull them off and throw for lt i money. will find "Entlwells" ns good vnhic ns tho nvcrngc shoes that them on tho bureau until needed' uti again. tell for fifty tvnLs to n, dollar more. bo delicately scentThey nro mndo in tho largest and Ixfct cquipixxl factories in tho edThoy, too, will a real pleasure to and will bo world, by Kndicutt. Johnson & Co.. tho only concern who tan their , fear. own leather and sell direct to your homo dealer less all middlemen's profits and Independent of tho leather trust. CAUSES MUCH DISEASE. You will wivo money and get hotter shoes in buying " Endwells. Advice About 8tomnch Troubles and How to Relieve Them. Do not neglect Indigestion which may lend to nil sorts of ills nnd complications. An eminent physlrian onre said per cent if nil I ho UN that ninety-livof the human body have their origin In n disordered stomach Our experience with Ilexall D.vsprp slit Tablets leads us to believe them to lie among the most dependable reme dies known for tho relief of lndlges tlon and chronic dyspepsia. Their In and healing to gredlentH are the Inflamed membranes of the stomach They nro rich In pepsin, one of tho greatest digestive aids known to The relief they afford Is medicine. very prompt. Their two with persistency nnd regularity for a short time tends to bring about a cessation of the pains caused by stomach disorders. Itexnll Dyspepsia Tablets help to Insure healthy appetite, to nld digestion, and thus promote nutrition. As evidence of our sincere faith In Uexall mC jjtMmmlMkmmmmmmmmmmW tL No. 812 Patent calf, fancy Dyspepsia Tablets, we ask you to try m BL llKFvsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHsiiasBVlJ pattern, button. "Swell" last, them at our risk, (f they do not saaClL ftsSIsVasBiiiiisViiH medium weight oak solo with give you entire satisfaction, we will return you the money you paid us fancy edge. Also samo patfor them, without question or formaltern in gun metal. come In three Hires, prices styles. ity. They CO Just ono ot 100 mew cents, and $1.00. 25 cents, you can obtain them only Tho Ueiall Store at our store Tho Hickman Drug Co. leavt-CNuto- 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. m ;! 'MVfc.. v' i e n. ' St Louis Furnishing Co INCORPORATED w i up-if- BOTH PHONES 84 Prompt Service in our d m-i- ix-n- ' d Undertaking Department Dr. H. E. Prather, of this city, Is being very highly complimented upon an address delivered Tuesday of Tho officers of tho Masonic Grand lust week before tho Kentucky SUto Lodge notified tho body of 1,373 ad- Miedlcal Association at Its Cthr annual ditional members, making the Btate'u convention in Paducah. Ills subject total number 37.3GG. was "In Ectoptlc Gestation." Sarah Uacklo, said to be the Aunt Wild pigeons In gront numbers old. st white person in tho Unltsd havo appeared at both Scguln nnd Suites, died nlono yesterday at tho Uvernla, Tex. At first few came but aga of 111 years, at her homo in late they camo by tho thousands. Crl:to.dtn county. For 30 jinrs she had lived tlrno In a log ' e.iblt. along a llttlo White Bros. Phono 135. and pressors. Cleaners .t, Solves One Item in High Cost of Living JJETTER for paying more Many Inch-wld- o These nro the same kind of pigeons that were so numerous in tho wooded districts of this section forty or fifty years ago. Until these birds were seen, It was thought that tho species had become extinct. Tho residence of Frank Cress burned at Mayfield Friday. Ho car ried $2400 insurance, t.yrlc Saturday Night than they n.k. tho political writer for Uio Louisville Herald, tho Repub lic.! organ of tho state, admits that McCrenry will carry Loulsvlllo this year. As Wilson carried Loulsvlllo four years ago by 9,000 majority, this Is an admission that tho Republican ticket Is dofeated. Kvon "Argus," o Tho only way to cast a voto for James In next Tuesday's election, Is to stamp In a circle under Jio rooster. This will elect a Democratic legislature and as Olllo James is tho Democratic nomlneo.hls party will sond him to Washington to coutlnu his fight for tho rights ot tho people. Ol-H- Are You A Woman 0 m yr e Prices $3.50 $3.00 $4.oa ENDWELL SHOE SULLIVAN BROTHERS Election Nov, 7th. Speaking of tho proposed electric railway being promoteded in this section, tho Clinton Gazette Bays editorially: "We havo never built an e lectrlc Interurban railroad, but have decided that ho will undertake It With tho lights before us wo thlnlc It should bo casy.Thoro Is abundance of capital "Up East" seeking Invest mont and thero Is a "local spirit" which Is capital's most trusted aud trustworthy comrado and Tho Item of monoy nnd tho Item of local spirit being removed from the equation, tho problem solves Itself. Thus wo seo an oloctrlc railroad Is virtually already built, nothing re maining to do but find tho most feasy routo securo tho ible build and equip tho road and turn tho current on. Nothing could bo rnoro simple and satisfac tory. Do you hear tho whistle blow?" fellow-work-ecross-countrright-of-wa- Cahdui The Woman's Tonic EL 1 :im ' i? i v ;,' HI .' 1: KENTUCKY STATE NOTES. Items Gathered From Over Tho State. Frankfort. As an outcome of the recent row In the staff of the First regiment. In Louisville, an order was Issued by AdJL Gen. Philip P. Johnston, muttering out the staff of the regiment, Including the colonel, lieutenant colonel, the one major and the captains" and lieutenants. They are not placed on an unasslgned list as no such list is now carried. If the regiment completes Its organization by mustering a third battalion and filling the other two battalions, the regiment may bo allowed to reorganize. The following officers are mustered out of the service by the order Issued by the adjutant general: Col. John C Davidson, Lieut Col. Felix Kcrrlck, Ma. George D. Lee. Capt. R. N. Krle-ter- . adjutant; Capt, O. H. Matmlller, quartermaster; Capt. William E. Morrow, commissary; First Lleuts. John B. Thompson, Edward C. Wurtelle, Robert W. Ahler and Frank U. uugan. The trouble In the First regiment. which brought about the mustering out of all the staff officers, was a clash between Col. Davidson and Capt. Col. V. N. Krelger, hi adjutant. The removed Capt Krleger latter appealed to the adjutant general and the governor for reinstatement The officials have apparently decided that the only way to prevent further trouble In tho regiment was to retire the whole staff. n COUNTY COURT Judge Naylor Has Lots of Business This Week. Saturday Judge Naylor dismissed u writ of Habeas Corpus secured by Dutch Lnmastus to secure lila children from their grandfather, Levi Johnson Uonard Hardin. Albert Williams and lllii Williams were before the uiurt thin week charged with fighting Judge Naylor assessed Hardin and Albert Williams $11 npleco and I lln Williams $16. Ilenrj Jnckson Is to be tried Saturday charged with stealing nn over-cun- t from Smith & Ainberg Saturday night Alex Stone saw hint going out of the back door of thn store caught ami gnc pursuit. He wn Just below the Ice plant. Ilarrj Mcore was nrtvstod by Policeman Sld llamby and tried Turn-JaHe was fined $0. A charge of grand Inrcency iiKnlust Ihriert Perry was set for trial yesterday He was accused of stealing a bicycle belonging to Holla Fluoher. Iawu Lush fined JIG for breach Tuesday. He was acof the cused of abusing and cursing W. T. Sbaiikllu Albert Fuqua, colored, was fined $16 for breach of tho peace. DIVISION K tT. la O. S'lUBBSJ Siw, I'hunt No. 81 ad Blllig, etrr Rrrt'rs't VWVAAWWWW BIRTHDAY PARTY, George Clint EllUon cu-i,,.- , his eighth blrthdny last SnturUu. ternoon by entertaining about i, ,. of his little friends with a Hallo-part- y, which won one of the n,,M( unluuo events of the season house was beautifully decoraint autumn lentos, nnd was lighted , by whose .n II Plan. The managers of the street car sys tem have determined to Install the plan on the cars In Frankfort This new rule will bo put Into operation soon and the Innovation Is expected to prove very satisfactory, both to the public and to the street car company. Under the new plan passengers will be required to enter and leave the car at the front end. Another change that will be made will be the discontinuance of the habit of stopping the cars In the middle of the square or any old place where a passenger happens to want to get off or on. Hereafter cars will only stop at street corners and at places where signs reading "Cars stop here" are put up by the company. Governor's Brother Here. Got. WUlson has been enjoying a short visit from his brother, Hiram WUlson, of Illinois. Mr. Willson Is the goneral superintendent of tho Dig Muddy Coal and Iron Co.'s mines In Illinois and has charge of near like 1.000 men. He lived in Kentucky for many years and still retains his love for the old state. One of the objects of his short visit to Kentucky at this time was to purchase a nice saddle horse for his daughter. A Sad Death. , After an Illness of less than Mrs. A. McLean Moffatt whose husband Is an attache of the adjutant general's office, died at her home here. She had consumption of the rapid type. Mrs. Moffatt was scarcely out of her 'teens although she had oeen married lor seven years. She was pretty and attractive and a general favorite In Frankfort where she had made her home for the last three years. three-weeks- HEADQUARTERS. Vice Preslent ami General .Manager F Wheaton. of tho Kentucky We have a line of CHINAWARE SILVERWARE t. SILVERPLATED WARE And CUT GLASS that absolutely cannot be had ttlle. Dtlegatea Appointed. The following delegates were appointed by Gov. Willson to attend the faceting of the American Society for Judicial Settlement of International Disputes, which will be held In Cincinnati on November 718: O. H. Wad-AlSomerset; W. H. McKoy, Coving-ton- ; John F. Hager, Ashland; Edward JT. Trabue and A. P. Humphrey, Louis e, in any city for the same money Come, see, price and be your Lengthy Vines. Mr. Wm. Preston has a pumpkin Tine 40 reet long, and the last throe feet of It Is perfectly flat and four Inches wide, and on this last three feet are 24 pumpkins. Mr. John Brit-to-a has also a freak sweet potato vine, a sprout from It being 24 yards long. Mr. Brltton has yet to dig to see what this monstrosity will bring forth. Wife Is Freed. Fannie Tucker, of Graves county, accused of killing her husband, Finnis Tucker, June 21, 1910, was given her freedom, as a decision of the court of appeals, which held that the woman should be acquitted. Ellas Burgess, jointly accused with Mrs. Tucker, got tght years In the penitentiary. own judge. The prices we are making on all our lines are moving the goods. Southwestern Electric Hallway. Light & Power Co, has apolnted the Courier cdltorit as superintendents of tho Hickman division of the new road, which ht (o be built from Paducah to llitkuinn nnd Intermediate, points. This new electric lino wlH form a u network throughout the western of this stale, with Its northern terminal at I'nlontown, Ky., connecting tin re with the Henderson Inter-uilm- n line, which gives eomotlan with the big systems of the north and COLD WAVE HERE. east There was a ddldd drop i The tlh. or Hickman Division, cov- ttvruturu last night, nnd real ers tho territory between Hickman killing" weather is with us. a nnd Clinton, Including the town of clock this womtHg the Mrrii I'ayce, Moscow and Stubbs Any In- wed arouiMl the freezing pun formation desired concerning this road thlu sheets of I tie was tiOlteed may be had from tho general offloe r out of doers. at Paducah, or tho division office In Whiter seems to have set in tho Courier building at Hickman r this time than for scleral Both phones 21. Snow to a depth of C luekws nmi1 lu the Ozark mountain Mgr Harney, of the Hickman Coll of Missouri, and many ether imi are experiencing real Hoop Co, cxKict to bato hl new stole mill completed to sueh nn extent that ho will bo able to start tho sawmill department of tills new Industry SASSAFRAS RIDQE. today By this tlnio next woe, he Neatle Heaaloy Is chilling tht thlnkit ho will have tho whole plant In .Mrs. Cora McCady Is on tie operation, which of course Is design Hit tbts week. ed to mnko barrel hoops. His men, Kobort Watts ws thy guest ( purlenced in thin line of work, must come from other towns, and aro ex IMlte Drlce Sunday afternoeii Brodie Anderson w the gu. pected to begin arriving here tomorrow or Saturdny Mont of the new .Mb Bs.terte OUnard Sumia) comers have families and will ns a noon. Pretty cool for cotton iekcrr matter of course want to make Mtss Jennie Brice was the Hickman their home. Hickman should get busy and build Miss Mary Hxoll Sunday. at least fifty more new cottages for rental purposes in East Hickman, thi PASTOR RUSSELL PRAISED industrial Lcaguo or somewhere lu vicinity. This now mill will that Dukedom, Tenn., No bring In any whore from 20 to SO Hickman Courier: Your families right nwny, and It Is certo be npprcelntcd In in i. tainly our business as a town to see hold ns n bright local sheet. I" thnt they are located here. best feature Is Km religious 0 Monday night, Mnstor George Glint mentThe publication of Postei Ellison entertained quite n number of sell's sermons Is an lncompnrni his little friends at a Hallo wee'n ture. These sermons nro betn. party Games, etc., siiggestlvo of the and appreciated by an InoroOM i P! occasion were cnJo)cd by tho girls ber of thinking peopIe-nnd boys Jack 'o lanterns adorned the rooms nnd porch. Apples, ginger The Str. Dick Fowler was dan cakes, otc , wero served. about $400 by fire this week. . It Is now thought that Bud Oris- - ducah .Poor old craft; she ha tho som.who was shot nt Fulton Inst sold under 18 hammer three ' lu tho past mouths.' week by Will Brown, will recover. but-wer.i co-tlo. eap-Itallspi-tlnuu- s K. faces nt one from all o tlons. A ninde by two ., of corn stalks reaching from n,, wiling and lighted by Jnokoi.nr led the way from the front hail i. dining room. A novel ftmliir- - ( occasion wan n wloh, who the children imiiiiiiistly by telliiiK fortunes from their hand i low e'en games were pU)d which the young host led bis through the cornstalk forest t. ltr. The table wns a genuin. low e'en affair, nothing botM- - on, to mnko it perfect. With lu . ous three-facereal pumpkin pieces, topHd by the birthday lighted by eight candles, lu I and novel decorations. It was no to be soon forgotten by gathered around It. Th cream was frnten solid In the of Hallowe'en nineltles of si! scrlptlotts from cats to putnskn different colors, which looked I.. ty to eat, e k too good The souvenirs green eat tern. The llmo for leaving sn too soon and the ohlldreu rriu. l departed wishing that 1111."-nbirthdays enino every day u year ago d y The Mengel Box Co. Is installing a rair or scales on the main lino In thiir yards to weigh railroad cars. Tho Mengel Chns. Beokham wns hero Donaldson Point, Mo. ished putting pump at their voueer mill. Box Co. has Just fin In a now deep well Mrs. A. E. Kennedy Is on th. I'.st. EHEHaaEaiaSEia'aaieMaEJSJE'ajsfr ' Wants To Return Home. Eager to see his relatives and friends once more, but too proud to write to them, D. G. Wallace, formerly a resident of Frankfort, is now dying In Seattle. Information to this effect was received here In a letter to the aaayor of Frankfort The letter Is written in an effort to locate the relatives of Wallace. It is stated that Wallace left Frankfort because his father chastised him when a boy. Dun lug the time Wallace has been in the West he has not communicated with fcls Frankfort relatives. I They Must Go HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCORPORATED Mrs. J. M. Bold has returned from week's visit with Itov. nnd Mrs. II Johnson In Paducah. New Things irom n Mrs. S. M. Hubbard retured Krldav LjIt In Nashville nnd Miss illnnlo Bowen, of near Jordan, was lu town a few days this week. Mr. Itaney of Union City, has accepted n position with Carl Schmidt In Cut Glass We have just received a hand on-- ' line of Cut Glass, including new patterns never before shown in Hi Six post cards for 00c nt tho Elec man, and by all odds the pr tt ' tric studio, Mrs. Kate W. Pullen, prop and richest cutting we've ever shnwi WEATHER: Let's build more houses. The moving pictures shown at the Lyric last night reproduced some interesting scenes from the Grand Handicap shoot at Columbus, Ohio, this year. Among others taking part In the shoot who wero easily recognized were S. L. Dodds, Mrs. Ad Toppcrweln, Andrew Hill and a n bunch of others who attend tho pictures will fourmancnts. The be shown again tomorrow night. Hlck-ma- rnaay fair, continued cold. city on business. Mrs Us Fair and cold today A. I. Owen, of McKenzie, U this week. S. M. Hubbard la on the sick The prices, however, are no M;' r than charged for older patterns You are cordially invited to in tho and see this line, whether yc '" to purchase or not. 1 Mrs. Outten has been quite sick for several daya. W II Heath is hero from Marble Hill, Mo. BROOKS The Jeweler Net door to Montgomery' - smawwmmmimmsm&sB- Uj-l--- ( :t-- v ., HICKMAN HERg Hftb THERE mmsmmmmm i cunty Assessor Beadles was n Monday on buslnoss. In H Buchanan In expected homo Mr tui Now Jersey next Wednesday ... spent the mi minor with relatives THE HEAD Deep Waterways Must Terminate Here. Your Money Back If Not Satisfied i' l lie m j Mi i v members of Mlin Mcnn Dlcstel-i,iihiiIc clnas held their flrnt meeting t her homo Wed tics- enli'g of last week. Ellison Bros. Robin Brand represents the very highest quality of canned and package goods that can be put up. Every package is fully guaranteed. We have now in of the new pack the following items of Robin Brand goods, besides pth-er- s which we cannot now give . Asparagus Tips, very fine Baked Beans Beets Corn Sifted Peas Pumpkin Tomatoes Tomato and Vegetable Soups Blackberries White Cherries Sliced Pineapples Grated Pineapples r Mrs T. Ilotidurnui Joined Mr win jjoiiuurnni in L (Hon Sunday night after receiving of thii wedding and Is In 81 i thu wtk. Mr a i (Jardner has all her clmiie Mrs. I. T. Davis thU week i Garner la an excolloul designer Mill a teacher. Classes open ov- dm from 2 to 6 p. ui. in. ion Is of course ready to do part In building tin, Intorurban ctru railway. Clinton U always .dy and willing. Clinton (laiettv .it tut way lo talk It. .i. Itachol Kliubro entertained fiw of her friend Tuesday night an Hallowe'en party. The usual .ilka wore carried out and an en wiWo Uwo had. llofrosbiuonls, aug me of tho day wore aered Mi -- v , T I'ate, Mho la alleged to have field Preserved Strawberries , snated a joung girl from near iary t i.tu ago, ha been aeut to theiKMU at Jefferson City, where ho a term of throw yeura nl a hotel In Cairo bout a New Crop New Orleans re MolaSeS now in. jirtJay at 9:45 a. in. will bo Sunday ooi. and at 11 a. ui. will be preach by tho paalor, Jlov. O. Wll- i. Tho evening aortleu will be Ud in favor of tLo protracted the First Methodist church ruxl Our Strained Honey is fine. We have New Apricots, New Lima Beans, Imported Figs, Walnut and Pecan Stuffed Dates. And don't forget to order Sealshipt Oysters, just received fresh. 'w i.. i at thu Chriatlau church . a i nff Johnson and S. L l)odda making an effort to get either tautrttl, of tho 7th district, or i Johnson, of tho Cth, to apeak i at an early dnto. Hun Henry north haa beeii wlrtd to uao hla j- ui-in bo t ting one of IhotHj well n ienkera down tbla way - All Kinds of Fresh Both Phones Fruits Oranges, Apples, Bananas, Malaga Grapes, Concord Grapes. t apt Stoto Lewis, a well known r pilot who baa inndo hla homo Ellison Bros. At Fulton yesterday we noticed (lov Wilson's tin soldiers on duty at tho I C. Depot and yards, patroll ing the platforms In full view of ah passenger trains. Those soldier, carrying ugly guns and snbers, to maintain order among n hand fill of strikers. We would hate a very poor opinion of Fulton's cIWI authorities If wo thought they were nnablo to cope with tho present situation. People passing through Fulton, seeing the soldiers naturally think thoy havo been correctly Inform ed when they heard Kentucky was "wild nnd wooly," nnd a sigh of re lief escapes them when they get beyond the "danger zono." This Is the way people get falso Impressions, which adds to our state's unwarranted reputation. Fulton county has especially had an overdose of this business In the past few years. The presenco of soldiers whore they are not needed only aggravates the nnd pulls tho taxiiayers log stiu-ntlo- 'k olumbua for ninny yeara (proba m oMO yearn), died at tho I' S mv hoapltal In Cairo Friday morn ui the ago of Gl. Hla health had " Ui-- good for a long time and lght fnlkd hlui aotuo tlmo Mr. Naming and son.of Union City which Incapacitated him for Misses Attorborry and Virginia Da" as a pilot, llu la aurvhed by vis, of Cayce, were guest of Mrs It wife and sot en children. T Davis Sunday. . - SPOOK PARTY ENJOYED. NEGRO ATTEMPTS SUICIDE. Hid. Jamea Vcr- Henderson, Ky., began a a of revival sermons at the i' itlau Cli u roh In thla olty. Dr. ' ion needs no Introduction to it H kman uudloucc, hating delivered bnccalaureato acrmon at tho 'i h School in this placo muio yeara Ho la a flno orator, and noor i.'.m to charm hla . audluncea. All eiiould avail ihemaclvcB of ho oppor-'unit- y of hearing tho Doctor while bo n re Services aro huld dally at 1 a m. and 7:00 p. in. of 'i-- o h-- l ui .day morning, CARD OF THANKS. Tlic undoralgncd take this moans of thanking friend and neighbors for h r kindness during tho recent and death of hi beloved wlfo. It II. Cobb. A SPLENDID SHOW. Culhane'a Comedian, playing n weik's engagement at tho Lyric, aro being greeted with good houses mid each performananco haa been good. Tonight they play "Now York Day by Day " Tomorrow night, "Tho Fighting Chnnco," and Saturday nfter-noo- n matlneo "Her Wedding Day." Mntlueo prlcea to all, 10c. VITAL STATISTICS. Dlrtha and Death Reported to Registrar During Past week. Deaths. Fred Wolmer, ago 40, Oct. 20, consumption. Hnrry Gammons, ago S, Oct. 2C, pneumonia. Krllan Brown, col., ago 2G Oct. 19, consumption. Jesslo Williamson, col., ago 80, Oct. 28, heart failure. John Alexander, col., ago 4 months, Oct. 31, cholora Infantum. Births. To Ella W. Jones nnd wife, Oct. 10, n son. To Claud C. Adams and wlfo, Oct. 14, a son. To Clarence T. Plckot and wlfo, Oct 1G, a on. To Nat Bowon nnd wlfo, Oct. 1C, n son. To Marvin Fllppin and wlfo, Oct. 10, a daughter. A dozen little boya and glrhtspent the evening with Uttlo Mis Elizabeth HIltKon last Friday and had a good tlmo playing Hallowe'en game. Two Myra Karla nnd Martha little ghost Emily Dodda met them at tho door aa they arrived. Tho fun began by the six Uttlo boys, each winding up n ball of cord In search of hla partner. Tho cord had been wound around back and forth all over tho house by tho little girl until It formed a perfect labyrinth, but tho way those boya wont at It, and wound up that cord would have done credit to grown' joung men. Hallowe'en "stunts" followed ono after another, creating gonoral merriment and tho boys enmo tlmo. (They don't out ahead thl Ixgnn I'rather generally, though.) won tho distinction of being tho only ono who picked up with his teeth a hobbling apple from n pall of water. An old black witch cat had her back up because she had lost her tall, hut King Davis succeeded In restoring It, though not exactly In lta proior position. Tho Uttlo peoplo wound up the evening's fun at tho supper ta ble where Ice cream, chocolate cako and all sorts of fruit and candy seemed to bo Just what they wanted. Tho place cards were pumpkin faces which tho Uttlo hostess, had mado for the ocasslon. At 0:30 tliey left for tholr homes, declaring that they had "had a flno' tlmo, " which no ono could doubt who had noon them. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kasley enter-tnlne- d n largp number of friends at n Hallowe'en pnrty at their homo Tuesday evening. As the guests they were recelvd by ghosts In rooms weirdly decorated In keeping with tho occasion. Later n senry looking old witch dispensed poison from her Iron caldron. Music and d game furnished further entnlnmont which was thoroughly enjoyed by nil present. A real Hollowo'en event was the Spook party given Tuesday night by the Young Ladles Improvement Society of the Methodist church at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. F. Bait-xcThe house was nil lighted In and decofront with rated on the Interior with autumn leaves, pumpkins and other Hallowe'en decorations. Sppoks received tho guests, nnd a Nymph served from the foun tain of Youth. Witches told the guests' fortunes, tho past, present nnd future and witches weighed them. An elegant niMslcnl program had been prepared, both Instrumental nnd vocal an enjoyable feature. Mrs. nnd Hamby, blacked ns nn old southern darkey, recited goblin pieces. Tho dining room was an unique feature, with tho dining tablo suggestive to nil the good things of autumn. A large pumpkin filled with red apples and big ears of com was the center with largo pllos of gingor snaps on one end and large dish of pop corn bnlls on the other end, nnd stacks of stick candy all ground the table4 all being finished with rich colored nutumn leaves. Coffee and wnfore were served nt tho end of the dining room by witches, and souvenir of paper pumpkin presented tho guests, A largo number of tho young nnd older people enjoyed the nffalr, nnd the neat sum of $41 netted. r. s s Wilclla Oliver, a negro woman residing back of the Joint Stock, caused quite a lot of excitement In that part of the town Tuesday afternoon when she Jumped in a cistern on her head In an attempt to drown herself and was almost dead when gotten out The night before she attempted to shoot herself, and not succeeding, tried to cut her throat, and latter tried to Jab hatpin to her heart. She is said to be crazy. Mrs. Itobt. Cobb, wife of Robert Is well known to inatiy Hlckman people, died Sunday at their homo in Mud Creek vicinity a few miles east of town. She took sick on Thursdny before the Sunday she died. She Ib survived by her husband and two children. Interment was held Monday She was 29 years Cobb, who ol'. CIRCUIT COURT It is a well .established feet that HIckmac is at the bead of tho deep water navigation on tho Mississippi river but we aro frequently- - asked what is meant by "tho head of deep water." It simply means that deep, water vessels, (ocean liners) can run safely at all stages of water as far up the Mississippi a Hickman, but north of Hickman tho water is too shallow for these large sea going vessels in low stage of water, and these low stages occupy the larger part of each year. Tho obstructions in the channel between Hickman and the Gulf aro ho slight that the cost of dredging to remove them permanently would be but a small Item, In order to leave an open deep channel sufficient to provide ample passage for the largest steamers that ply the oceans, ovary day in the year. Immediately north of Hickman, us every one knows, the shallow channel begins and continues on to tho sourco of the river, which will require dredging every foot of tho channel at an enormous expense, in order to make it navigable for sea going vessels north of Hickman. Hence Hickman Is the HEAD OF DKEP WATER navigation. In view of this fact, Illckmtn holds a position on this mighty water course that la unequalcd by any other town or city. Being as it is, about midway between the gulf and the great lakes, in almost the center of tho United States and the head of deep water navigation certainly gives Hickman a very unusual advantgae in location. But nature always does its work well; in stopping tho deep channel at Hickman It provided an ideal terminal for tho steam ships that must eventually make requisition upon the waters of tho Mississippi. .Hickman is situated on a large Dend in the x3 river, which forms a basin 1 miles with water 60 to 175 feet deep In low water. With Hickman's geographical location, the deep channel to the gulf, the deep water basin and permanent shallow water beginning immediately north of this basin makes Hickman the indisputable logical point for the great Inland Harbor or Sea port when the Panama canal is opened 2 years hence. All the argument in the world cannot overcome plain stubborn facts, such as these and we havo every reason to expect that by January 1st 1914, tho flags of every civilized nation on tho globe will bo waving from their moorings in the Hickman harbor. What will this mean to this Uttlo clty$ Let us at least vouchsafe a prediction, thnt nover In the history of America has any city put on so rapid a growth both In commercial Importance and Increnso In population as that which Hickman will show by the end of this decade. Hero Is another opportunity for tho long faced pessimist to feel horrified and shako his head In disgust, Juat because he Is unwilling to believe even what he could see If he would only open his eyes. Bu Its coming whether you think But Its coming whether you think is such thnt it cannot bo hidden, and the outside world will see it, yea. have already seen It, for tho eyes of the Industrial world Is more on Hickman today than any other town In tho country. At East Hickman Chapel tomorrow Olivia Wright vs" Moses Wright. couple havo evening, (Friday) tho young ladies Suit for divorce. The will give a spelling match". All aro been living near Fulton. Invited. Let each one bring n dlmj. The proceeds will go to paint tLc J. T. Perkins, of Martin, was hero house. Tuesday on business. C. 11. Moore returned this morning from n business trip In St. Louis. I. Horlno returned Tuesday night SMALL BLAZE YESTERDAY, from Loulsvlllo after a several days' Flro broke out yestcrdny nftcrnoon visit here. In the old Burdlck fish house which is now owned by B. O. Halo. The building Is empty nnd how the fire etnrtcd is a mystery, as tho blaze was discovered creeping through he roof. For a time, it promised to be Interesting, 88 the big gasoline and coal oil storage tanks of tho Standbut remember it is very annoying to those around you ard Oil Co. are locted right at tho side of the of tho burning building; but polite when you can get so ready and it's anything had tho flumes reached tliese sorlous an aid as Tarpine. results would havo followed. It might nlso bo mentioned in conA single dose will ease an ordinary cough. Very nection with tho fire that this buildoften three doses will cure it. Keep a bottle on hand ing had Its part In tho nlghtrlder troubles a few years ngo. At that all times and you will always have prompt relief at at tlmo the fish business was being hanhand. Guaranteed by dled there and tho riders sent a friend ly lotter requesting that' fish dealing ind it was. bo discontinued 'from their honeymoon trip from Orleaus. Oce Hnrrls and wife have returned Now A barrel bunch oflaughs out of the jolly coon songs, the bright minstrel jokes, the humorous specialties, and all the other varieties of fun, on the Victor. Come In todtr and hear the Victor and nave a icwuucui. Miss Bethel Lawrence returned to her home in Caruthersville Tuesday, after an extended visit with Miss MYrtle Walker. . You'll get a big"! Cough If You Want to Airs. Barrett, who has been visiting tho family of her son, II. C. Barrett, left this morning for her homo In Indianapolis, Ind. Miss Hazel Dean Whlttclsy enme this week from Nashville whore she has been attending school. She will make her home with her undo. J. II. Travis, and wife. In HELM & ELLISON "The Nyal Store." Chas. S. Driver, the populnr gin man, happened to an accident Friday that will probably keep him limping for several days. He fell off n load of cotton and sprained limb. V ELLISON BROS. Itaz Barlow went squirrel hunting this week but met with poor success, LOST: $20 nnd $5 bill. Finder as most of his experience In th will bo liberally rewarded If samo is shooting line has been gained nt S.' urday night parties and dances. leturncd to Saad Salamy, Vlrtnratiotnfino Viciror lermiioaui' Stone Globe of Swanage CURIOUS BITS OF HISTORY BOSTON'S I FIRST FIRE. I'hono VEGETABLES PRODUCE c. n. mookc FRUITS By A. W. MACY. tzz3m) CwUM 19, fcr mms mamEmm i T -' i " WW WW -- Jw 'M C.K. 2lmoierniiiiCo.-- 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 fiomeness, 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, exagerated descriptions. Come into our siore and you wil find the pieces of funiture you need, of the right quality and at the right prices. Boston had Its first fire on It has had March 16, 1631. many conflagrations since then, and of far greater dimensions; but probably none that seemed more disastrous at the time, or that led to more Important In this first fire two dwellings were burned to the ground. At that time the people had no lime with which to make mortar, so they constructed their chimneys of sticks, plastered over with clay. Chimneys built of such material were called "catted" ehlm' eys. The roofs of the dwellings were made of rushes and reeds. Thus the chimneys and roofs combined to render the houses exceedingly Inflammable. After this first fire wooden ohlmneys and thatched roofs were forbidden. Four years later a fire at New Amsterdam (New York) consumed In half an hour a building it had taken two years to erect. (Copyright. I'll. I'X . B. 0. LOMGHEDKER Veterinary Surgeon Graduate of Chicago Vet. College 1893. Office nt Sieve vStnlir's llwr DOTH PHONES ll.irn Refldence Phone, Cunh 194 r Calls prrmpllv answep-night day Satisfaction ruaranterd Tax tnxjs Hon. Notice, coaU nud Sctmoi of coiic l'iy our State, County now ad save Jotcph II. Uowlts.) Uoaldcr Johnson Sheriff, Pulton Coui, y I'hone 195. Sheot Music at Felhe French's. THt A LLAN DOG- - peculiar sight In Swanage, Dorset county, England, Is a great stone HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCORPORATED tjlobe, ten feet lo diameter and weighing forty tons.. On It the continents and oceans are well depicted, the former In slight relief. Carved In the globe are the meridians, parallels of latitude and the tropics. The axis of the globe Is Inclined to correspond with the Inclination of the earth's axis to the ecliptic, but unfortunately the Inclination Is not In the right direction. OF DESPAIR UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office GIRL'S ESCAPADE AT A ZOO PLANT IS "MOSQUITO-FHGE- " 2l NEVER FOLLOWS wf orf Jtt' Ls-- SHINGLE via at her mother visiting the Zoological gardens at the Bronx, New York, the other day, and while near the buffalo Ethol Kent woa with uu t j AT MILL PRICES Tvn-mrvr.-Fnvor mJ-V- H THE x tvt'jc 3?noi"IT $3.00 2.65 2.00 by buying direct from the Mill. I manufacture the best shingles in thr State. All are almost half an inch thick, and guaranteed. Best Heart Shingles, per 1,000 " " Best Prime " " Economy Tyler. Ky. Kept in stock at at my place in West Hickman, or may be had at Mill at Don't Place Your Order Until You See Me pen she got separated from hor parent She was much Interested In a baby buffalo, and finding a hole In the wire netting she stepped Insldo to pay her respects to the bnby and Its mother Instead of resenting her call mother and calf both welcomed the little visitor Other of the animals. Including the largest species, hurrlrti toward Ethol, to the astonishment or other children and women gathered about the enclosure. The mother buffalo, however, stepped In between her visitor and the other animals and protected the glrL About this time an attendant appeared and In great haste entered the enclosure, picked Ethel up In his arms and carried her to the office of tho curator, who bad been told a few minutes provlous by Mrs. Kent that Ethel had been lost In the park. COW OF MANY HORNS Al 1 A A MAN sPVyiff WITH A JWJFlL. BANK iiiiiiiB f0 THE .iaiaM 3 .lliM -- -, coHinii i w ti c n jflh ACCOUNT .. n man with a bank account is al- c. H. SMITH J"n-- 1 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY la the lower section of Orccnvllle A cow with 17 horns, born and bred THINK IT OVER DON'T YOU THINK THAT A CHICKING ACCOUNT' HERE IS SOMETHING TOU NEED WHEN IT WILL MEAN A "RECEIPT I0K EVEUr CENT EXPENDED-- A BETTER -ANT) si B f.wJvv4 CREDIT STANDING- county, South Carolina, was brought to Greenville the other day by 11. ft. Scalf of the Conustee neighborhood. Mr. Bcalf stated that the cow Is an excellent milker, giving approximately two gallons of milk a day, and haa 17 horns along her back between her and her tail. The owner haa boon offered a Urge amount of DARING LEAP FOR FREEDOM money for the cow by mutt um owners, but he refuses to selL Tho farmJumping Into the Ohio river from er haa named the cow Cornucopia, and tho window of a train which was gohe thinks the name appropriate. ing at the rate of 40 miles an hour, John Tucker, who was being brought SPANKING CAUSES EXPLOSION to Linton from Ellzabcthtown, III., to stand trial on a charge of forgery, the a boy at Cadillac. made bis escape from officers The spanking of day. Tho train was stopped Mich., bad an unexpected result the other crossing the bridge and mon In other day. In defiance of regulations after the river, but no truce Alan Coulson, ten years old, brought boats searchedman could bo found daring some pistol caps to school with him, of tho and being onught playing with them CARRY OFF SHEEP his teacher punished blm. He had the EAGLES caps in bis hip pocket. While tho Two Egyptian Bheep,' valued at $100 teacher was npplylng the correcting rod she accidentally hit tho caps and each, while out In a pasture nt farm, near Lenox, Minn., wore they exploded. The teacher was greatly startled, and the boy's cloth- carried off by two American eagles. ing' was set on fire and he was slight- The eagles had a ten toot spread of, wing. ly burned. y That naturo hns provided a guardian against the mosquitoes that bear the germs of malaria Is the belief of some scientists. This guardian Is the basil, several varieties of which grow In India. Tbore the basil Is planted in the nltar within the front garden of every Hindu house and over It the "mother of tho bouse" prayos to Vishnu for less malaria. A decoction of Its roots Is used In malarial fevor, and the plant Itself Is said to kcop away the sub-tropicfour-borno- d ways 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. The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. FROM THE trOURr OF CARRYING CASH ON YOVK FERSO'iC. RELIEF HICKMAN gWj50jl DAHKANJTHUSTCO. 00 59 Surptiu 3a5002g 1 Mexico's Big Salt Fields I For the Composing Room in a printing house electric light is the best, and for factories or shops turning out typewriters, clocks, watches, parts for bigger machines, it will aid in getting better and more work. Whatever your lighting or other electrical necessities further your own financial interests by consulting us. Our diagnosis and prescribing will help you a whole lot. e! ' See Our Agent Saved Child From Death. wrote C. T. Illchnrdson, of Mchard-san'- s JIllls Ala., "we feared It had consumption. Wo tried many remedies without avail, and doctor's medicine JcemcU as useless. Finally we tried Dr. King's Now Discovery, and are pleased to say that ono bottle effect'nl u couipleto cure, and our child Is again Strom: and healthy." For coughs, colds, hoarseness, lagrlpja astnma, croup and sore luiigs, Is the most Infallible remedy that's made. I'rlco COc and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Helm & One of the large Industries of Mexico of which not much Is heard Is the manufacture of salt. The country has many laroe salt fields, and though the methods employed are rather primitive, the output Is very considerable. As Is seen In the accompanying photograph, a horse apparatus Is usod to draw up the water from beneath the surface of the ground, and It is then admitted Into concrete bed where It la cvaporaUd by th sua. Saad Sal a my for high grade "After our child hud suffered from severe bronchial troublo for a year," Hickman Ice (Incorporated) j Coal Co. Ox-.-, COAL OIL airi GASOLINE ST. T. IXiXjOIXT, TWCrx-- . Lowest prices and prompt delivery. Absolutely v uniform. O-lv- e TT'm , Wjc1.T. Try our washed cooking coal. Uniform size lumps; no duet and dirt. A. A. Karla. INDIAN REFINING CO. V ..VANVILUI "v- Stop coushlngl you rack tho lungs Mrs. It. It, Uurnctt went to Na-- li nnd worry tho body. UAL.LARD'8 villo s. 3nturday to spend n fow HOItEHOUND SYIIUP chocks Irritations heals tho lungs nnd restores O. Hertweck hns returned from comfortable Price 2Cc, COo and $1.00 per bottlo. Sold by tho a three weeka' visit In Dyornburc Hickman Drug Co. Memphis and Cairo. day-Mr- - $1 In k per Year Advance up n u T fptldlH , ,i ii only tl rn irfc nrl It OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops when your time Is out. we don't tn forcing a on anyone. Fnper do not wnnt 111 jrinm i.npcr rout MMr inouV. nm, III mBI Nl fllllll III iM'llll tO ,i , tin- uiiiKiiiit lor 11 Unit ttltn - county nml THE HieKMAN COURIER. j Local News Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, JOHNSON-BONDURAN- 1911 SIX PARTIES ON BALLOT To Bs Voted on at Coming paid up. A notice of expiration U Riven here IS days nil end with to miss a copy, keep tbe aubscrlp-tlo- n Number 19 A Blue Mark Popular Hickman Couple Surprise Their Friends. There seems to be no end to surprise weddings this fall. The latest one Is the marriage of Miss Hazel Johnson and Mr. Will Bondurant, both of Illckmnn.the wedding taking place nt the homo of the groom's sister, Mrs Hardy Llgon, nt 7:30 o'clock Sunday evening nt Union City, to which place the couple took a S afternoon buggy ride. None, not oven relatives, suspected the young people contemplated matrimony until n message came from Union City announcing the wedding. Ifoth parties are well known, being members of the best social circles of Hickman and nre .deservedly popular. The bride Is tho only daughter of W. C. Johnson, n local capitalist and business man, and Is a sister of Goalder Johnson shorlff of Fulton county. In Infnncy her mother died nnd she wns for the time given in chnrge of her aunt, Mrs. J. W. IJIand. The two became attached to each other with the result that Hazel continued to reside with Mrs. J. W. Illand and grew to womanhood under the wholesome Influences of this home. She Is an accomplished, sen sible young lady, nnd wns one of the loaders of tbe younger social set. Mr. Bondurant Is a con of J. J. C. Ilondurnnt, ono of the largest planters nnd property owners In tho county. Since becoming old enough to do so, Will hnB been actively engaged in assisting with the management of his father's big estate assuming large responsibilities formerly looked after by the senior Uondurant. He Is a hustler and a young man of exemplary habits. It Is hardly necessary to say thnt ho will make his mark In tho business world. After tho wedding Mr. nnd Mrs. nondurant left for St. Louis to spend a.fow days. They will of course, mnko their homo In Hickman. Tho Courier Join h their many friends In wishing them a bon voyage on tho matrimonial seas. n-- ay November Election. At the election next Tuesday, the names of six parties will appoar on the ballot. All of them have nominat ed candidates for govornor, and five of thorn have full tickets for the stnto offices. Because tho largest numbor of votes nt the Inst election wns polled by the Democrats, that party hns the first column. Thon following tho Renub- llcnn. Prohibition, Soclnilst, Socialist Labor nnd People's Pnrty of America ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! in order named. Scratch nnd rub rub and scratch Everybody, of course knows that until you fpl as If you could almost Jnmes II. McCroary, of Richmond, Is tear the burnlnK skin from your body until It Bems as If you could no tho Democratic candidate, and Ed O. lontter ondure these cndlesn days of awful torturo those terrible night O'Renr, of Mt. Sterling, the nominee of sleepless nony. Then a few drops of D. D. D tho of tho Itopubllcnns. The other canfamous Kczoma .Specific and. Oh! what didates nre not so well known. relief! The Itch cone instantly! Comfort and rest at last! The How J. D. Reed of Pnlntsvllle, D. D. D. Is a simple external wash that cleanses and heals the Inflamed Is the prohibition cnndldnte for govskin as nothing else cun. A recognized ernor; Walter Lanforslek. of New-- dpeclHc for .Uczrma, rsorIa.Js, Colt Itheum or any other skin troucle. Port, Is the gubernntlonlnl cnndldnte Wo can elve you a full slzo hpttlo of the rcnulne D. D. D. remedy for for the Socialists; James H. Arnold, It 00 and If the very Hrst bottle falls to Rive relief It will not cost you a of Louisville, is tho Socialist Labor party's standard bearer, and Silas M. cent. also can Rive you a sample botWe tle for 25 cents, why suffer another Payton of EHzabeMitown. is the can day when you can crt D. D. D.T didate for governor of the el'oplo's Tho Hickman Drug Co. of America. NAVIGATION CENTENNIAL Replica of First Steamboat When Andrew Carnegie stepped off Coming down River. the boat from Europe ai a New York dock tho other day, ho made a remark to the reports that will surprlso many In connection with the celebration of us. It was to tho offoct that ho of the centennial of the beginning of had already given away from 22.000 steam navigation on tho western rivto 23,000 libraries. ers, and the cause of waterway Improvement, tho steamboat "New Orleans," a replica of the first steamFREE IF IT FAILS. boat to ply on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers will repeat the lnltnl Sat- Your Money Back if You Are Not prototype from Pittsburg to New OrliHed With the Medicine We leans. It will leave Pittsburg on tho Recommend. Wo nre so i.oxltHo that our remedy morning of Thursday, November 2nd, will prrt.nnn'Mitl.v relieve coustipntion, 7 o'clock, and river conditions permitno matter how chronic It may be, that ting will reach Hickman about 7 n. wo ofT.r to funiluli the medicine nt our m., Saturday, November 11th. Upon oxibui rhotild It fall to produce satis- theNev Orleans will be representafactory ttwilts. tives of the City of Pittsburg, of the It N wop'o than useless to attempt Society of Western Pennto cure coiiHtiMition with en t turtle Historical druss. Lnxntlve or cathartics do much sylvania, tho Ohio Valley ImproveImrni. They muse n reaction, Irrltute, ment Association, and the Pittsburg and weaken the bowols and tend to Industrial Development Commission They desire to meet tho represen-tnthe- s make constipation more chronic. tholr use becomes n habit tnat is of your municipal, historical, dangerous. and business organizations, and all Constipation is caused by a weakness citizens Interested In tbe cause of waof the ner ts nnd muscles of the large terway improvement. intestine or desoendlnR colon. To expect permanent relief yotr'must therefore tone up nnd strengthen these, orTho wonderful fertility of the soil gans and restore them to healthier acof Fulton county lands, and Its supetivity. standing We wnnt you to try Rcxnli Orderlies riority to any other In They nre ex- drouths, has caused mnny land ownon our rmuntnondutlrn. ceedingly pleasant to take, being eat- ers to have vast acres cleared up this en like rtindy, und are Ideal for chilsummer for cultivation. Many nre dren, delicate persons, and old folks, hnvjng their woods Innd prepared for as well as for the robust. They act cultivation In. time for planting crops dlrotl.v on the nerves and muscles of They nppnrently have in 1012. bowels. the n neutral action on other nssoclate orJ. C. Fullerton, of Clinton, has been gans or glcnds They do not purgo, cnuse excessive looseness, nor create appointed ns superintendent of tho nny Inconvenience w lmtever. They may Clinton division of the Kentucky bo fiken at nnv time, day or night. Southwestern Electric railway. The They will positively relievo chronic or policy is to nppolnt locnl men for habltu.il coustipntion. If not of surgical local work. variety, end tbe tuyrinds of nssoclate or dependent chronic ailments. If taken Edgar Bramham and Miss DeWItt with regularity for n reasonable length Lancaster wero united In marriage of time 12 tablets. 10 cents; 3(1 tablets, at the Baptist church in Woodland 25 cents; SO tablet, fit) cents. Sold nnlv .it imp Oiirn- - The ltovull Store. Mills Tuesday evening tho 2ulnst , the Reverend Huey officiating. The Hickman Drug Co. s, M : EST K if WfifMS v.r"&3 xy ''w Mw rS4Vv Cvfjtijbi Hut icLUutr a Vtfi Pen-((old- ,, The IlrtUsli nt Wrights Tnvorn.l of 6 historical pictures by Kdward Vou can get tho six plotures, In the original colors, size 11 x Jnghgs, U sending 10 cents to Hurt Sohaffnor & Marx, Chicago. 12 took a lot of figuring on the part of the BritIT ish officers to lay out a plan that would beat the Colonial army; they never quite did it. You'll never be able to beat these Hart Schaffner & Marx THREE MEN WOUNDED Strike Breakers Get Bad at Fulton. In clothes we're selling ; you might as well give up ; there are no better clothes; you'd better surrender now, and have it over. We'll fit you ; give you best style ; fabric; fine tailoring; satisfaction guaranteed all-wool Suits $20 and up. If Overcoats $ 8 and up 1 you do not care to pay quite so much we'll show you" values that'll surprise you at $ 0, $ 2.50 up to $ 8. We think they're unbeatable, and we would like your opinion. 1 1 1 fag FOR Smith & Amberg I weather will soon be here The fnrmors are already beginning to kill u shoal now and thon thnt will run thorn until tho big killing Is In season. It Is said thnt much more ment will be put up by our fnrmors this year than thoro has tins over boon before. A grent number thnt have not In tho past paid so much attention to the raising of hogs for moat, have turned tholr efforts to It on account of tho high prlcos charged for incnt. THE MAN WHO CARES There to only ono danger tho Domo- rws taw, nml thnt Is over confidence To make Democratic success certain, U Ib absolutoly necessary thnt tho ol should bo gotton out. Every county chairman, nnd every precinct rommlttuomnn Is giving his personal Urn to this lmportnnt work, nnd they should be aided by tho lmllvldunl Democrats. Take your neighbor to tho pollH with you, and there will bo no doubt thnt tho Democrats will win ft glorious victory. If only five Democrats In every precinct in tho state remnlns away from tho polls, it will moan a difference of over ton thouiniid votes. Kcpubllcnns are active nnd dutormlned and nro tanking dospornto efforts to poll every vote. We onrly, nnd urge all your friends 'o do likewise. Tho lnrgcst nmount of money to bo duo tho stnte, from county officials. In nny ono county, wns In Graves, whore tho State Inspector McKciulo It. Todd, claims thnt Is duo tho commonwonlth Don't forget wo hnvo the best lino of matresaos. Hickman Furniture Co PAFF HAWKINS CIVIL ENGINEER Land, Drainage and Municipal Surveys, Maps, Estimates and Reports. Office over Mathcny Bros. Grocery The Louisville Itopubllcnns are split Into fragments. They first refused to nominato a ticket for the general council hoping thereby to MARRIAGE LICEN8E8 The gnln n few Democratic votes. Granted In Obion County, Independent Republicans then put n Since Our Last Issue. ticket In tho field, nnd nt the last . moment the Republican county comFrank .Morton nnd Porcolla Iveit. mittee nominated a full ticket to head off the Insurgents. Mnny of those IxhiIb Kyle and Mildred Under J. K. Williams and l.onlo Vnughnn thus named, never htfnrd of It until they saw tholr nnmes In tho papers. Wade Ilrown nnd EUio Hicks. They nro resigning so rapidly thnt It A. Lamb and Margaret Webb. Impossible to fill their plnces B I.on Green nnd Annlo StalllngB. tho lists close. Conditions In Austin Collins nnd Edith Coble Loulsvlllo nro so bad that Judge W. 11. Cogle nnd .Nettie Ledford. must cancel other engagements William Wallaco nnd I'enrl Miller. In the stnto, nnd will spenk there In L. K. Ilod nnd Grace Mnxberry. James P. Iloffmnn nnd Llllle Hnll. the hopo of arousing somo enthuslnsm A. Uramlmn nnd DoWItt Lancaster. among his followers. Tho Democrats will carry Louisville by nt lenst threo II. J. Itamer and Maynilo 12. thousnnd, and It may roach five fOR THE MAN &g WHO CARES In n miniature war Thursday night s about 12 o'clock, three employed by tho Illinois Central at tho now ynrds In Fulton were wounded. Tho Injured men gavos their nnmes ns W. It. Lukons, of North Wnles, Pa F. P. Wise, Phllndclphla, nnd another whose name could not bo learned. Lukons l n special watchman nnd was shot In tho hnnd.hend and right log. WIso wns nlso shot In the hend. whllo tho other man received a woun In tho hand. Drs. J. It. nnd Hornco Luten, I. C. surgeons were called nnd dressed the wounded mon's Injuries, all three of whom were carried to Paducah nnd placed In the Illinois Central hospital. As to who did the shooting no Information Is obtainable, but It Is presumed that strlko sympathizers were responsible. strike-breaker- Un mistakably for the young chap who ut The Collegt Ballon rj in- bc-fo- O'-Re- sists on something different. College Button pattern is an exclusive The low-cFlorsheitn, and Jits perfectly. High arch and heel, raised toe Everything that a nobby shoe should have and a little more. A complete showing at $5 Hickman, Ky. 1'. O. Itox W (Nov ) the World roporter who Interviewed thirty sucthe astonishing claims wero cessful business men nnd found thnt when Bucklen's Arnica Salve, first mndo nil of them when boys hnd been bu' forty for years of wonderful cure frequently' hnvo proven them true, nnd everygoverned Btrlctly nnd thrashed. He nlso Interviewed thir- where It is now known ns tho best ty lonfers nnd learned that twenty-seve- n salve on earth for Burns, Bolls, Scalds, Sores, Cuts, Bruises, Sprains, of them hnd been "mamma's Swellings, Eczema, Chnppcd hands, dnrllng" nnd the other threo hnd been Fever Sores nnd Pllc3 Only 2rie at . Holm & Ellison. ruled by their grandmothers. It Startled An oxchnngo tells of n newspaper Some few ityles : : : $6 Smifh & Amberg; . T1 T - T? "V "" 1 NEW NEWS OF YESTERDAY tfH"4fH-H-t"H""- H 'l"l"l"t"l" - GENUINE IMPORTED Contribution of Peter Cooper to Ocean Telegraphy. Famous Philanthropist aflteJ On the Streets .ffr t...i)..i.. Heard tr Cut Glass I Embracing all the new patterns and an extensive line of the prettiest pieces you ever saw At Great Redactions Don't buy Cut Glass until you have seen my line and prices. Many New Handsome Silverware Patterns to show you. SCHLENKER The Jeweler BY PAYING CASH I can save you money on your Fall Harness Saddles Collars have a complete line of Saddles and will make a close price on them all. I Come in and take a look. Hickman Harness Co. I Phone 154 F. E. CASE & SON Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware, Glassware and Tinware Standard Gas Engine "" Oil Free Delivery Phone 183 Don't full to vote Tuesday. Invented tha A. O KJmbro was In Fullou SatMachine Which Made Possible the urday Successful Laying of Sub marine Cables. Margaret Flour, none better. & Prather. By E. J. EDWARDS. Peter Cooper, known to the present It. K. llogera has inocd to his generation as n philanthropist crentor upper bottom. of Cooper Union of New York, was farm In the one of the foremost Inventive geniuses Wo deliver tho goods anywhero you who did so much to advance tho development of the United tell us to. White llroe, Phono 195. 8tates In the first GO year; of tho pnt Judge W. A. Nuylor and County century It Is common knowlcdgo Attorney Honey wen In Fulton FrI that Peter Coopor Invented a locomo- day. tive engine, and actually put It upon the rails, near llaltlmore, a year or Wo earnestly solicit a share of two after George Stephenson Invented your business on a guarnnteo of satthe first locomotive engine It Is also widely known that Mr isfaction. White Uros, Phone 195. Coopor was very Intimately associated D. H. Toombs orders tho Courier" with Cyrus W Field In tho organiza tion of the company which laid tho sent to his nophuw, W. T. Toombs, first Atlantic cable Out It Is not so nt Ileum Springs, Ark., for three generally known that It was an ap- months paratus Invented by Peter Cooper, which, together with the wonderfully , Mrs. Chns. W. Salmons or dellcato apparatus Invented by the Ark., spont tho lajt'or part of late Lord Kelvin for sending and receiving cable messages, which mado the week with hor brother, Q. L. Coltho Atlantic cable a commercial prac- lins and family. ticability I will receive another shipment of Peter Cooper went to Newfoundland that fine cooking coal this week. to Inspect the experiments which Large size Suit Case, worth 1.50, now ..-'- .. were being carried on to discover the Better get your order In now If you best manner of laying the ocean cable; want lu A. A. Faris. 1.45 and his experience there was afterD. C. Corum was hero from Uumas wards narrated to mo by his 1.00 Two yard wide Linoleum, very heavy, worth 1.25, now tho late Abrara S Hewitt, who Ark., several days this week visiting was a member of congress for tome ins wiuiuy. .ir. corum 's running a all-wo12-4- : per pair,now heavy Blankets, worth ........4.08 years and mayor of Now York city .uw mill at that place, but ho says from 1SS7 1SSS that country does not compare with "The first Idea which tho cable peo- this. ple had In mind for laying an acean cable Involved the paying out of the A Mlrslsslpp! man and wife awoke cable from tho side or the stern of In tho night to find a chlokon snake the vessel, ns the vessel proceedmed in bed with them. That's nothing In an opposlto direction," said Mr. We have n fellow In Hlakman who Hewitt "But It was soon found that rock-botto- m this method was unavailable for deep-se- a has his boots full of thorn evory cable-layinwell enough night. It did when the water was shallow, but Willis niadfield, who eloped with when the water was very deep, tho old iAila Osborn. of near Mid-- I cable was likely to becomo klnkod or way, a few nights ago, has not been to coll up. "Mr Cooper said to Mr Field, after located by tho father. John Osborn. cable-layin- g several experiments In deep-se- a who offorcd n reward of $100 for his had been unsuccessfully made, I arrest. 44 that It would bo nocessary to Invent The Dry Goods Man.' an entirely new apparatus." D. WVathor is now owner of the J. "'Can you suggest anythlngr Mr. plant known ns tho Union City Floral Field asked THE CORNER STORE BUCHANAN BUILDING Company, which he purchased a few '"Not at present,' Mr Cooper days ago from J. K. l'oMinn. This piled, 'but I will make a study of the property was formorly owned by Mrs matter and see what I can do.' "So Peter Cooper worked over the Iris Hrown Union City Commercial problem of bow an ocean cablo should BETTER ROADS MEAMS Culhane's Comedians, that played SOLDIERS AT FULTON IMlf sorlni rondltloiM si be successfully laid. He believed that tattoo to County Official not Able there was a prlnclplo of mechanics, one night at the Unique here a short Progress nnd prtwtor1ly. Cope Wltth Situation. which. If he could discover It or the time ago, is billed for a week's stand ltUr eiiurrti attendant. Higher farm values. application of It. could be successfully nt Hickman next week. The comtar cHImms. Hx. Quicker transportation. adopted, so that there would be no pany reorganized after lealng this Sunday morning Company D, Third difficulty In laying a cable from Ire- city, after a stay oer night here Untold wealth to the produc A Durgtar'i Awful Deed. land to Newfoundland, upon the bed Mayflold Messenger. Kontucky regiment, 20 strong, arrived Ailvauee ( ctvlHintlott. of the Atlantic, no matter how deep. Tho In tho city from Hopkins ville. way mm fwraly KcoHomy of time. n Iiohw Ncuralgin of the face, shoulders, company Is in command of Capt. Mr Cooper spent several months ptily m 11 moUttfr's lone m worry nnd waste. upon this problem. At last be said hands or feet requires a jowerfiil Hat Or King's New Uf W Clark, and is now In camp Bducnttonnl and roJlRiotw progmui. ptomUd remedy for 10 .Mr field mat ne Deuevcd he was remedy that will ptmotrate the flesh. wwn of Hotter homos. m wawtorfal tawfit on the right track. It had occurred HALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT pos- nt the now yards in tho outskirts ! sesses that power. Rubbed In whore th city. patios and fama) trouble. Hnpplur families. to him that. If be p r.n:hiV-.,rn.:r;.hM m1:: C ItaNtep. of Lnadlll. t i neCe. . " Iist Friday County Judge Naylor Quicker comrnunleHtlON. to relieve the suffering and ro- atllag try tkem Mc nt It' : little faster than .JT'.:::..t. was a Development of soafol cantors. the steamship ".i8ar" normal conditions. Price 2fc,50o and other county officials wore In store MtON. going ahead, then all difficulty would and $1 OO.Sold by Hlckmnn Drug Co. Fulton InvostlRotlng tho strike be overcomo. For Peter Cooper to nnd Inquiring Into ttho dis And Will Bring In last weefc's paper we stated that think was Immediately to act In a s undersigned, dWt. U turbances with the ,JttUw. BM, nliwid- little while he had built a machine, Atkins Colo was here In the Inter-ethank thoiK who pnvw us f by means of which a cablo could be Wood mo n Our iosi wiursoay nigui wiiun iwu or n,j0 of the Southern Hflst IliekiiMin CI. . llo"ltor ,, uncoiled and paid out from the desk reporter wns mistaken In the natno. three of the railroad employes were rJlcktr Itirty thanks are oxtended of a steamship at a rate of speed a It should have been W. P. Albiittou. idiot by parties unknown. The off - nttontIon very one of you. little more rapid than that at which Mr. Albrlttcn tells us that he has or- oials fearing another attack on the Uettr farms and more cultivated Signed the steamship was going HIlMtboth Plrkwr ganized a strong lodgo hore and will men petitioned tho governor to give jRP,jSi "The first test showed that Mr Coopan both Moore them protection nt onco and tho mill-- j ,,'tor s perfect the organization In n trnn,portn anJ er had perfected a machine which tia nas ordered out and rushed tion made It possible to lay the ocean caFulton on a special train. nm, Mtof uconoinlo comlltlo blo, and with this machine the first Lotr ritlc Coal, all grades, fro" J FORTY ACRE FARM: Wo have All kinds of reports hnve been sent f more producers Atlantic cablo botween Newfoundland up. Phono ISC. a nlco Utile 40 acre placo that can ou from Fulton rognrdlng the strike and the coast of Ireland was laid." (Copyright. Ull. by E J. Edwardi All be bought right If taken nt once. sltuntlon nnd disturbances here ,. ... t. . nights Reserved.) Five miles from Hickman; 24 acres une special scni oui. iroui iuuuiuh house; onrly Sunday morning said that 'A new in cultivation; Married Convict Lover on Deathbed. mile to church telephone mussago from Fulton this barn and garden; In a modest dwelling in the poorer and school house; on tolephono line; morning says Illinois Central strikers quarters of Romo a very touching Delivery; public road fron- nnd sjmpathlzcrs are gathering pre sceno was enacted tho other evening. has R. F. groves paring to meet the company of stnti A young woman, lay on her deathbed, tage of 4 ratio; 2 good locust etc. Apply at this office. militia ordered out there to quell the and beside her, with his arms round L'xoltomont prealls her, was a man in prison garb Surstrike trouble. rounding tho bed were prison guards, and the whole town Is awake await policemen, relatives, and a communal ing tho arrival of the soldiers." Fulofficial, A few formal words were ton leader. pronounced, nnd the convict and the We are told by a Fulton citizen m t-'tiy ' dying girl had bocome man and wlfo. ww1 that tho soldlors were unnecessary Tho beautiful girl, Augusta Vlllarl, fell -- KIOTO111 recently, aUo that a majority of tho citizens when her fiance, Orazlo Marchettl, went to prison of Fulton did not want them and that Ho bad Cowgill's Drug Store the sltuntlon could be linndled by tho quareled with another man, nnd In a moment of blind passion, had killed Hut 1)19 railroad county authorities. his opponent He bad acted In demanded soldiers nnd they got them but he had to purge his crime -- as is usually the case when tho railby a term of imprisonment Tho for your Winter Medicines ear-lroad wants anything. This Mine Fulshock of separation had been too Many a cold and serious ton citizen told us that tho situation much for the girl, she languished, and Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater is so perfect in construcsickness has been saved by was exagerated and was not as bail was her dying request that she it tion that fire nnd heat keeps all night, even with cheapest wed her lover. should ns pictured. having just the needed remedy oft coal. When the draft is opened in the morning the fuel put in the night before will burn for two or three hours. on your medicine shelf at the Put a porous plaster on tlie chest No other stove will give these results fire never goeo beginning of winter. No need Is the Wdrld Crowlna Better? and ake a good cough syrup InterMnny things no to prova that It Is out and the rooms are kept at even temperature day and night. for Coughs, Colds, Influenza, nally If you would treat n severe TI10 way thousands are trying to help case of sore lungs proporly Get the Grippe and many other minor others Is proof Among them is Mrs dollar size BALLARD'S HOREHOUN W. W. Could, of Plttsflold N II BLAST-fCoal-SAV- ES ills if you have us supply your SYRUP. With oach bottle there is Finding good health by taking Elec, a free HBRRICKS' RED PEPPER medicine shelf. tric Ulttors.she nowadvlsesotliurHiif-ferTSPOROUS PLASTER for the chest every whoro, to take them by Hickman Drug Co. Sold "For years I suffered with stomncli The perfect control of the drafts, tho slow economical and kidney trouble," sho .writes combustion and the large, sensitive, radiating surface makes Judging from tho way planters talk, "every medicine I used failed till I it the most economical nnd best Hard Coal stove made. much less cotton will be raised in took Electric Hitters. Rut this great remedy helped 1110 wonderfully " this county next year. Lower prices Cole's Hot Blast is the modern heater and will save its They'll help any woman. They're ho for tho product and higher wages for cost in fuel every winter. Burns Soft Coal, Slack, Lignite, befit tonic and finest livor and kidney labor have been discouraging Hard Coal, Wood and lighter fuel. remedy that's mado. Try thorn. You'll Lines to his Sweetheart. see. COc at Helm & Ellison. For sale at Select the size you want now while is complete. Sude M. Naifeh's Store MERCHANDISE OF QUALITY AND AT LOW PRICES... ran-teri- Para-gould- want a strictly square deal, polite clerks to wait on you and good treatment, you will find them at my store. We handle nothing but perfectly good goods, and my prices are the lowest on the same class of goods. We are exerting every effort to give you the best the market affords and would be pleased to have you make our store your store. If you For This Week Only: 2.50,now 6.75 .05c son-ln-la- My stock is complete in every department and we are only too glad to show you the best line of goods to be prices. g seen anywhere, at S IMI NAIPEH -- 4 -- , rttit-nlio- n strlko-brenkor- - -- s' ,,,,, irrttK few-day- ... 1-- 2 1-- mbmki4L v &MmWmi 81 ''rtf BUY EARLY! . e, y. "i The Even Heat Makes All Rooms Comfortable ' COLES HOT or Hard HALF "Hurler's Cady stock Election Nor. 7th. Phone 185 and for a trial order of our .lus'lcss cooking coal. No slack; no big lumps. Prepared especially to kitchen use. A. A. Farts. ! Cowgill s Drug Store Judge R S. Murrell returned Tues day from a several days stay la Louisville. Pries $12.00 ml upwsnf. ec&nSng to tvU and tin. Hiekman Hdw. Co. Incorporated See the run" on the coirs Tti V- - -- r 'AkiAui jjtuflql w msjsmsmsWi 0w&3 Say to us : WE CAN FILL THR RTT.T. . ul "I want a nnrl tv will Glove" supply you in anything you need in dress, driving, work or gioves, uneu or un- - CTrj sztnr W- v t MalEl J T J- t. N UA V 1 I "miiX bJ v TNJM7 & - I 1 .1 1 A 1 M Li 1jJ auto &j mKi nnea. a" IS&f-v&3- w ' A Vv'i (ViV7 ii 5 " STYLEri040 v . .. MILLET & Jtfl yiw2M5c5 If. 111- O&TTON Jy COMINQ IN '' LINES TO HIS SWEETHEART. Lait Two Saturdays Were Banner Days. Tho lot two Baturdaye havo soon ih gins hero flooded with cotton and ,.f rop i not yot half picked ou tlioixj two day TA for tho Farmer Gin & Grain II3C00 on Saturday the 1'Ut and t t.,(H Iiut Saturday. Of till, about (two was paid for com. The pflco of cotton baa been around Urt. eonls, with a few load at i. - Eu-- at UiU price tbo land lhirth and croppora innko n inuoU arj in some Instances more thnn they u last )var when tbo prlco waa a r jiid & conU. However Uiu oropior , paying mora for picking this year in paid Li a d corn out otcr J:C000 forcottou it dropping off tbo atalk. THE NEW BANK. wo aro told, la n thing Details aro about nil c "inpietal, location aocurod and fix- iita will bo bro la a fow da). Wo udvrstand that tbo cashlor will Ik a popular ounjr lady In Hickman. r ft i;,au lat. One largo bottom planter saya ho wtli loao 2C per co nt of tbo crop bo will not bo ablo to pick It cuoucb. Even now some of It bo-(tu- Tbo new bank U tbo homo or Mm. 8. L. I)odda, Friday night, olghleou of tbo young (j.kfr 9 boya and i glrla onjoved a Hollow oVn party. Game and fruka auitaoatlvo of tbo occualon wo iJo)(d. also pop corn, frulta, oto. It J Mansfield la Mr. Mnnaflold I' ft thl M'Ctlon laat August and l(Kat-near tbo abova montloncd city Mo. W I.. .Monday fiom Ixuliaa, hco tbla weok Ilrown waa here on bualnoiui J T Dillon was In Union City Moi day Why Bischof clothes keep their shape 1 They arc made right. Every detail in their making i? attended to by a master hand. The workmen in the Iiis-chshops know how. Every garment into which they sew the Bischof label i s a masterpiece. of This label means: LBBsBBMBmaeBM!Bnanfirar BBBaBB&MBHBBiBBBBHr-lBBflaVi- Mrs Lula It Harper bands u the HOUf follow Ins prone poyiu written by Tbos. F How man Mr. Uowinan . droppotl tlt'ftd on tbo atroota of IS TAKEN HOME Ton., u 'abort tltuo ai;o, and was known to acoral of our renders. It might alito bo said In connection with tbo nrtlclo, that Mrs Harper and PRIVATE FUNERAL CAR CARRIE3 JOURNALIST FROM CHARLES- Mr llowinnu were at one tluio sweet-hear- t, TON TO NEW YORK. was Rut to and tb ihjmih her the nut day follow Iiik an een-liilif had called upon her. "I utood ou FL Hill nt midnight, DIED ON YACHT IN HARBOR ovorlooklng thv sllant Waerly bolow ; the hideous darkness bowled with the wind below. IXuip. wide, oxpanshe All Newspaper of Metropolis Pay dnrknoM, and worse. Darkness deep High Tribute to Celebrated Pubns hell and u broud ns the universe. lisher Got Start In lot, grander than all darkiiMtt tliat St. Louis. reaches only to heaven's gato for no night la there. Darkness, yes, tho hideous darkness of night, only to bo SL Louis, OcL JL The body of JoiHitielraU'd by thought. Bo I turned seph l'ulltzer, one of the best known my oyes toward a neighboring MM, of Amorlcun newtpapur men, proprietor of the New York World and St. when Waverly's saluted dofld nro Sweet momorlos came rush-In- g Louis PoslDlspatc i, who died sudIn and sat me down to weop. denly on board bis yacht. Liberty, lu And, a 1 sat weeping over the mem- Cbarlostou, S C, harbor, was taken north, ories of Uio lust, tbo hideous winds ton nt the train starting from Charles4.40 o'clock Monday afternoon. wen howling death will conio at lat The private car on which Mrs. And ns I looked backward over llfe'H Pulitzer made her hurried trip south, pathway to seo tho night wind to bo with her bupsband, was draped whkpored "nothing but burled hopes with black aud used us a funeral car. Mrs. l'ulltxcr and hor son, Herbert, hae come to tbco." Then tome hope Inspired Uio thought of a who were with Mr l'ulltxcr at tho belter day, and with fortitude nnd time of his doath, aacompanled tho body. braver), I nroiso and passed quietly Na doflnlte arrangements for the my couch, In peaoeful, slumdown to funeral bave been made, but the bering Waverly. burial will be at Woodlawn cemetery, New York, late In thu week. Joseph Pulitzer, Jr.,. of St Louis is on bis More than 7,000 boya woro engaged way to New York to make arrange-ment- a in tho contests which for the funeral of his father will bo brought to an end with the A flood of tolegrams, letters and close of October. Reeral crops of cablegrams of condolence poured In more thnn 100 bushols to tho aero an on the FullUer family In New York They came from men In every wnlk reported. of life, who had known and admired liud Grlssom, who wan shot by Will the celebrated journalist. Every newsDrown nt Fulton Tuesday, is the paper in New York paid highest trib uto to tbo ability of the publisher man who shot nnd killed Ksq. Hobt Pulitzer bad boen ill only about 48 Mayfiold four years ago Canada near hours and his condition was not Grlssom was acquitted at his trial on thought to be serious until a short tho plea of time before he died. Heart trouble, as a rotult of an attack of acute Indigestion, Is believed to have been the cause of death. I The veteran publisher's mind was clear until a short time before his destb. Only a short time before tho final attack his secretary had beon reading to him. Obtained His Start In St. Louis. Joseph Pulitzer, whose rise to a position of International power In Journalism got his start and inspiration In newspaper work In at. Louis. It was in this olty that he obtained his first position as a newspaper man, and it was here that ho bought his first share of stock In a newspaper Mr. Pulitzer was born In Budapest, April 10, 1147. His father was a Jew and his mother a Cathollac, aad two of his mother's brothers were officers i in the Austrian ara y. His family as soolatlon with ralllt ry affair, togath " er with the political condition of Eu ; rope in that time f general revolu tion, turned the mind of the boy, then In his early teens, to the idea of army service. Until then be had had every advantage toward acquiring an education which private tutors could furnish, and early hud shown himself tho possessor of a remarkable mind Ono other characteristic which after ward waa destined to cause him ho much trouble, and to make him n unlquo figure in Journalism was his weak eycalghL Wav-orlyun-hh- 'u corn-growin- g FUUIZEH'S On Thursduy October 2Cth, when silvery raya over the earth, dispelling all darkness, a great cloud of sorrow overshadowed Uio home of our friend LV and neighbor, Mr. Hobt. Qnmous. It seemed as If tho ory light of their home went out when their darl-In- s iS little Harry fell asleep. Little SJ Harry was the pet of hla father, the Joy and conjoint Ion of his mother, und the loving companions of his sisters and llttlo brother. Llttlu Harry was ghoii to us only four years ngo, ten months and five days, yet how beautiful that short life. "5 When tho day's labor are over and fif. tho loved ones nt homo gather around o, tho how they will miss his bright smiling face nnd cheerful voice which ho ofen rang through the house telling his papa of tho many things he bud done through tho day. Uut wo sorrow not as thoso who have no hope. Wo know llttlo Harry bas gone to tho homo prepared for tho saints. Tho sun of his oxlstence has passed behind tho billows, but thore Is still a beautiful twilight gladdening our hearts tho sweet memory of his bountiful life. flrt-sld- ; IN MEMORY. One Remedy For Every Human 111. f" m Rexall Remedies HICKMAN DRUG CO. Incorporated "The Rexall Store" llolb Phcnti Prompt Sen Ice The night Is long, but tho day will break, When the light of eternity streaming down NEGRO BROUGHT BACK. On tho cross wo bear for Master's Cuto Pierce, a Fulton negro, was sako Will guide our stops to the promised arrested In Cairo Sunday by Sheriff Frazicr, of Alexander county, and crown. A llttlo while and tho gnto Is pas&ed, turned over to Sheriff Goalder John-boHomo nnd heaven nnd rest nt last. of this county, who returned tho nogro to the city Sunday afternoon and plnccd him in Jail. Suit was filed in tho United States Tho negro is charged with assaultcourt at Paducah, Thursday by W. ing Wallace Taylor, another negro on W. Trice, of Florida, against tho stoc tho night of August Sth at n big coon holders of tho May Pants Company,-o-f celebrnUon in Paducah. Tho two got Mayfiold, for $C,000 ho claims to into an argumont and Pierce picked hate paid for sixty shares of stock up a rock and throw it nt Taylor, the In the company. He alleges that tho rock striking him in the eyo, knockMock was worthless, although it was ing it from his head, destroying the represented to him as being worth sight. $125 per share. Ho also asks Inter-o- t Plorco escaped and a search has from 1905. Tho petition states boon made for him over since, which that the stock was sold to him with terminated In his arrest Saturday. fraudulent lntont. Fulton Loader. Thanks to the Hallowe'en prank-or- e mnny of the storo windows reHobort Hester, age 18, son of Atty. ceived n needed washing yesterday morning. Tho only objection is the and Mrs. W. H. Hester, of Mayfiold, died last Wednesday after an Illness qunllty of soap usd. of ten days. His death was caused The frost is on tho pumpkin now. by typhoid fever. Hester Mr Henry Sanger niado n business hns a host of friends In this section trip to Tlptonvlllo Tuesday. who sharo his grief in this sad hour. FIRES OCCURRING OFTEN. Two losses have been paid In tlu last few dajs in Hickman to fortunate policy holders by A. E. Keunc-d"-. Kennedy says this Js the time of tho year that the fire whlstlo blown most often. "Better bo insured than sorry." All advertisements Intended for the Courier MUST be in not later than noon, Wednesday. Our patrons will pit ae govern themselves accordingly u, Democracy must and will win. Poo-p'- are tired of Republican rule. A c.hnnge is needed. Tho people are midy for It. Mrs. Alma Kulcher wlfo of Joe Knlchor, died Wednesday nfternoon n' tho family residence In Harris af-t- ii a short illness of blood poison.- A satisfied customer is our best advertisement. Wo can satisfy you. White Bros. Phono 195. Iwls Weaver of Georgetown, Ky., is the guest of his cousin, II. T. Bcale An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth a Pound of Cure so buy yourself an Overcoat now and save a doctor's bill which may cost more than the price of a coat. VPS t: w 7 Ml w- ;v'r and inspect the overcoats I'm showing you will see the advantage of buying here. If you will come in it l .4 feel sure you will admire the styles, the fabrics, the fit, and esI 'i.tm il' fii I mm wmi I'., pecially the price. mi. '?.;a can show you the best values anywhere. I feel confident I t 1 xirf y uq Prices from $5 to $17 Am showing a full and complete line of Winter Underwear, Flannel Shirts and Work Stuff at low prices Just received, another lot of the new Hairy Hats, which are the rage American woman. a gnnncnt with ns smart style as you will find in the creations of the fashion artists of Paris. That, unlike the flimsy Parisian model it is made to standi practical service to meet the demands of the That here is Wild Geese Fly Over City. St. Louis, Oct. 31. For the first time in tho history of St. Louis, wild gecFO, southward b ind, flew so olose to the houstops Saturday and Sunday night that thoy disturbed many with their sails. Hereto 'ore, according to sportsmen, tho geoso have stoerod a course a little to on side of the city This yenr they nre pausing over tho West End residence dlstrioL GUARANTEED To be all wool To wear to your satisfaction The new models are here, ready to show you. liy official record tho men serving In tho Union nrmy nnd navy during tho Civil War numbered 2,213,205. There aro now ou tho pension rolls BTi Smith & Am berg .T. faV.BiBVaTri y 'iV W f bibVaT AT jvaVJawiaifiVi of this number. The death them last year woro 35,243. Tho nvorago ago of tho survlvora nt present is 70 years. C29.SS4 Where 'Quality Reigns Higher than 'Price. . . . p ..DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING.. Hon. R. L. Smith, of Clinton, will speak at Montgomery School House tonight; Sassafras Ridge Friday night and at the City Hall in Hickman, Satur. day morning at 11 o'clock, Be sure and hear him. Take your neighbor with you Bob will tell you some things you should know before Tuesday. Hon. Finis Garrett, Democratic Congressman from Tennessee, and Judge A. W. Barkley, of Paducah, will speak at the City Hall in Hickman, Mon. day night at 7:30. These are of the best stump speakers in the country. Everybody invited. Tell your neighbor about these dates and COME. J. Stamp XJrxdLex tli.e Rooster is a Vote for Ollx Janaes WORKING TAFTSEES MINE BLOWN UP PECULIAR ACCIDENT. NIGHT CREW. JO . lit Ii. I Tho saw mill, upper plant of tho F M Allen, residing in part of tho Graphic Exhibition of Dlsaittr and house with Marvin Flippln, nloug tho Mengel IJox Company, was put In opGiven Before Pro- Rescue Work Ident In Pittsburg. eee in West Hickman, is suffering eration Monday night. Doth plant from ii very unusual accident, and a are now running dny and night, und Pittsburg. Pa.t Oct. 31. Exhibitions Kerious one. A few weeks ago he the cable ways for unloading logs from of mine explosions anil rescue work got a piece or Iron in his left hand barges havo also put on a night crew y were given before President Lights hno been put all through the Taft, Socrotary of tho Interior Walter working at tho Mengel plnnt. from fc which he has had a very sore hand, lumber yard, 200 candle power lights, L. Fisher, Governor Tener of PennSaturday and search lights put on the cable sylvania and 30,000 miners and mine but nothing serious. On owners and mine superintendents, un night, while standing close to a stove ways, until tho grounds aro nil ablaze der the direction or H. H. Wilson, and holding his hand above the stove, with lights and make a much better of the federal bureau he poured medicine over the hand, showing than tho city proper. It Is of mines. vhlch was bound In cloth, when sud- feared by some that passengers com The his feature of the program was denly tho medicine being some kind ing into Hickman at night over C. M OU run no risk whatever "f Ir Wflfm the miniature explosion of a coal mine on Forbes Field, the Pittsburg base- of easily Ignited stuff, but unknown &G.. will take that for tho main part when you buy INTER- ball park. The oblect of this explo- to .Mr. Allen, tho cloth all Ignited In of town. sion nan to demomtrate to mine op flames, and he Is suffering from a NATIONAL Made-to-Mea- serators that coal dust is highly com- very serious ami deep burn, ine Harry SamuoU, of Columbus was bustible and Is to blame for some of hand was badly burned and the arm ure Clothes. fsWu mlH A the greatest mine disasters that have was burned nearly to tho shoulder. hero Friday. Everything is pledged to A steel jrallery taken place In year Singer Sewing Machine office at condition Is very serious, nnd the was set up in the p k, coal dust was Ills 111 be right, from the wearing placed within and charged fired from suffering intense, and there is somo E. C. Rico Shoe Store . by means of electricity. fear that ho may loso his arm. the outsldo ' I qualities of the beautiful all Mrs. Percy Jones returned the lat II After the explosion, trained corps of ter part of last week from Cairo. 111 rescue men entered the fumes with wool fabrics and the correct- ll'll gj llm Mrs. Luclle White has returned apparatus tested by the federal buJ. A. Crozier, of Mound City, was fll ness of the styles to the most reau of mines and brought out the from Memphis. here soveral days the latter part of supposed victims of tho disaster, givlas week. trivial detail in tailoring. Miss Lucile Itoudurant was in B ing a demonstration of resuscitation. City a couple of days last week. The rest of the morning was given ov Your state, county and school tax er to rnendiy competition between ' Call for supplies at E. C. Itlce's U now due and payable. Goalder expert rescue teams from the prlncl-pa- f TO ONLY Shoe Store for your" Singer Sowing Johnson, Sheriff. coal mines of 'he country and a arade of miners which passed In re- Machines. The littlo four year old son of Cor-maview before the president Vanco and wife has been quite Give us a trial. Wo will save you demonstrations, The tests and began yesterday, are the result money on every article you buy from III with pneumonia. which ears of fxperlment by the us. Sulllva Bros. of ii i The Charleston (Mo.) Courier has government corps of experts and it is FOR SALE: A few cholre lots in resumed publication after a suspenbelieved will effect i great saving of sion of about six months. Kofcers Addition. For particulars life throughout the United States. at this office. Tuosday tho November election oc Sentenced for Embezzlement. Save from one to two dollars a curs. It Is already written upon tho St Louis, Oct 31. Allen P. Richardson, former superintendent of the thousand on your shingles by buying walls that the Democrats aro to win Industrial pchool. was founded guilty direct from mill. C. M. Yates Shingl Get ready, therefore, to Join In the and sentenced to two years In the Co. shouting. penitentiary for stealing J 2,075 from It I.. Mnith Commonwealth of honor c ic dcpiiu Monday was a great day for democMrs. D. U. Wilson will entertain tho the city. my for this district, will racy In West Kentucky and as a re Krabroldery Club, Nov. the 10th at IIIIL.II ILiL Id ULDUII The first lamination of Koper Sassafras llidgo Friday night u Miss Frankle Peavler has returned sult the party Is In better sbapo 2:30 p. m. All members aro cordiall) School has Just clomd and the follow a utur) body In this county from Memphis where she gradu- than any time during the present Invited to attend for importance bust CENTENNIAL OF NAVIGATION OF ing ascended to tho shining jwnks of him, can tuaku n rousing campaign. ness to transact. THE OHIO CELEBRATED. ated from a business college. honor speech one that Is worth gota i I Eighth Grade to bnr and wo sincerely buiM Copy ef Nicholas Roosevelt's Steam 91 Myra Shclton ut frUoiU in this end of U- boat New Orleans Starts From Hoy Shclton M ty wilt go and hear him in Pittsburg to Crescent City. 33 ml mi he is Uio logloal man i . Pattlo May Trvas 92 cxh1 Olliy M. James as CoRr. Flora Henry Pittsburg, Pa., Oct SL Tho groat centennial celebration of tho steam , Sixth Grade this Jlstrlct, upon the la navigation of the Ohio river, which 98 Tonimle Clark election to the Senato which u will be continued all the way down 9G Fannie Henry to happen next Tuesday. that river and the Mississippi during Fifth Grade the next six weeks, started here toPrank Von Itorries, Jr. Mary Johnson 3C day. The occasion was graced by the kut Friday from a two week presence of President Clem AtwlH Taft, many 91 In lxulavHlo where be took Mm ether government officials, Oorernor Ituby lroueU 91 ltarrfea for operation. She Is Tener and thousands of visitors at Fourth Grade traded by this event and the mine much Improuil and will probata Johnlo Trous 97 tests that have boon going on for two In Ioulsvlllo until Christmas. 9G Prloe Ilonry days. Ilopor Fields St It was on his honeymoon trip that Winter Is almost here. Photx- ' ' Nicholas Roosevelt, grand-unclof the and wo will call for your winter r former president, s urted the era of Mr. llorine, of lxulsvllle, arrived tng and put them in first class ih , team navigation on the western rivWhlto III os. here Friday and has been tho guest ers by building the New Orleans and single of Miss Annlo Cowglfl for several piloting that Hmum King and wife, of Clai smoke-stackecraft down tho Ohio in days. e horo tho guosts of iouln T'r Yesterday Mrs. Nlih October, 1811 Uonnett F. H!ggs of Martin, with kld and family ad S M. Naif, h ' ) olas Longworth (Alice Hoosevelt) christened a copy of that little ves- partv, wns hero Sunday onrotito to m wily. the New Orleans start- I loci foot Lnko. sel, and If you nro going to got a s. w ed grandly down the Ohio on hur Go to Sullivan IJro. Thoy w1H sell mnehlnu, get the boat. The Siw long Journoy to the Crescent City. A hundred othor ve.iols of all kinds es- jou tho Old Woolen Mills pants at wiiy, of course, from U A. Hrwk corted her out of the harbor, and half price. See thoso fall Suits; nil rol thousands of whistles and sirens Walter Hlggs, of Mnrtiu, was hero any stylo; prices to suit al- l- Su to hur Sho shrieked a noisy van Ilro carries a big car&o of historical and Monday. commercial souvenirs and literature Otcrconts 3.C0 nnd up at Sullivan John Faulks, of Kldgoly, was he' booming waterway improvomont. ' In just a few minutes of any woman's time we Snturday on business. Tho New Orleans will take hur own Ilros. sweet tlmo about making the trip to can show her more about these features than the gulf, for it will be one grand she could learn in an hour's reading. In brief: round of welcome, entertainment and at every point along the river between Pittsburg and the Cres1$ Athena garments are measured to the figure in a way never before cent City. She will not be hamperod by schedule, but her approach will attempted in knit underwear shaped to the body's actual probe heralded early enough for every port to allow historical societies and portions; they well may be termed tailored. river craft to get busy with calliopes and speeches. J Athena garments cannot stretch over the shoulder both neck and We Bear uie Burden fV)?! w ailonggfo. WpijA V w JU WmLJBM W MB mMuWliX f Ur vffifKdim A ok VlBMf' 58MmI J 'If'i'aWl fifjOm ill 1v?Ij IfB I hBh if MEASURE lflSf ilFfj 1 lfj n MILLET fraMl IWJk Mr ImT In-ai- LDAnui:K nnrn l roll Iuo i See Oar Special Window Display of ; Athena UNDERWEAR n-i- v - e ; THE NEW KNIT UNDERWEAR FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN two-maste- d in which have been developed the special features to-da- y -- that answer every objection commonly made against knit underwear. . God-spoc- God-spco- armholes are held securely in place by a strap of the fabric set in lengthwise. C CARD OF THANK8. Wo take this means of thanking our friends and nolghbors who woro Another feature found only in Athena Underwear the specially shaped seat, the most important contribution ever made to com fort in knit undrwear. ATHENA UNDERWEAR IS MODERATELY PRICED so kind to us during the illness nnd death of our darling littlo Harry, and liopo thoy may bo long spared a liko sorrow. Itobt. Gamons and wife. ootaeje; J. J. FREEMAN'S BLACKSMITH SHOP In East Hickman L. A. We will gladly welcome the opportunity to show women all that has been accomplished in bringing Athena Underwear to its present high standard of perfection. Hickman Baptist church, Sunday, Nov, C, 1911. Our usual services will bo bold. Sunday School at 10 a. in. Preaching at 11 o'clock. Evening services at 7 o'clock. Wo extend a cor- tn,e practical horseshoer, who has been for some time employnl k Gray is now with me and will be pleased to meet dial Invitation ta all. Spurgcon Win-g- Wii pastor. all of his old patrons and do their Shoeing Work. where you will find you can get all kinds of Wood and Iron Repair Work done at reasonable prices. If your horse interferes, forges or cross fires, or knee knocks, bring him here and let us make him go clear or get your money back. WOLVERTON SMITH & AMBERG Meeting nights 14-2- of Fulton Lodge, 1. If and Repair you have a bad horse or mule to shoe bring him to us. No. 83, I. O. O. F. Thursday Sept. Oct. 12- - 20; Nov. Doc. Shop South of W. T. Sudberry's Grocery New and cheapest line of China la the city. Hickman Hdw. Co, Freeman & Wolverton - V2-- t 'f -- ; y 'l" jr jtfMHHMHBMLMBMHMMBBI When You Think of JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOL. Ketucky out of Step With the March of Education. If you had not driven twelve nine., from bin, throbbing, pulsing Louisville along perfect roadways prlnklcd with oil you would think you were for out In some rural community when you mnv nt Hooky Hill school. It seems IhikhmIIi1( for such n school-liminto be tolerated In n county ns rich mid prosperous ns Jefi"irnon. Its style of nnhlterturo In severely Furniture Think of The Smart Set of a Suit patient, painstaking workmanship. It isn't an accident. It is the result of putting care and conscience in every tuck and turn from start to finish. After you once find the PECK model and size that fits your form you need never suffer the uncertainty of a change. A better fitting suit cannot be bought unless you go to the tailor who will charge double our price. In Peck clothes men find "once a fit always a fit. I Mad In Syracuae KY Montgomery The biggest nnd most varied line is now ready for your inspection. only enables men to sell I have ever shown Selling for cash is the result of II II For Less Money than credit houses, and you will save by trading here. I also carry a full line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. mkt simple 1111,1. SCHOOL.. situ-I'llilt- v Come See the Goods COMMISSIONER'S i 8ALE. uiion Circuit Court, Kentucky Km- U.le Inugford Plaintiff, against J. langford, ot at. Defendant rlrtuo of n Judgmout and Or-- i. of Sale of Kultuti Circuit Court, ndrred at tho May lor in tborcof, Hj r "II In tbi nbovo cnuso, for tho sum ,.( Twenty Ono Hundred Dollars 1 : 100 J with Interest nt tho roto of Miprt coutv per annum from th 131 until paid, and costs tl ty of for ii(in, I shall proccd to offorHick-:i,i.!. at th Court House door in Ky. to tho hlghoit blddor, at 11 lil.ic AUCTION, on tho 13th day ..i Normbtr 19U at Ten (10) o'- M or thereabout (bolus km k A. i ..iiiitj Court day), upon a credit of i months thu follow I UK dtMorlbvd i i.irty, to wit: K;rt tntol: SO ncros ot land south i! i bo t acres Ibis day deeded to Hornby, and north of the 30 . t. hervtoforo told off or thoiiouth - il of said quarter, sold 80 acres ilk and lying In Fulton county, h. i.iwky. In tho north east quarter .I orikiu JO, T. 1, It. 6. Wwl, and mid on tbo north by a lino a- upon ami established by W. J. i i. n and Wilson Hornby and con- more or iii t) stlninto SO noroIn 1). No. li. deed recorrded page MO, except a part of tame a to J H. Langford said to bo 18 more or loss, recorded In U. B- i' i N" pago 0; also flvo acres n or less sold to Matt Fouler and ..id. d In 1). 11. No. 22. pace 199. i. tract after making .ild deduo- i it containing about CO aero. - ond tract, Ijlng on tho oast - J. of tho Dyorsburg road contain-- i . Ji acres moro or loss, bounded "i thr east by James Koiup'a land on outii by A. J. Davie' and J. H. land, and on tho north t by tho Dyorsburg road. It umi qunr-t- . ii. u a part ot tho north-wes- t r of 20, T. I. It. 6, West, see . J book 25, page CU, Fulton Coun- ') records. laird tract, tho north ono third ot i"U No's 131 and 132 aa Uio samo ar. known and shown upon map, plan or chart of West Hickman, Ky., "iii-yeto 11. D. Langford by W. A. lKMlds, Sopt. 24th, 100C, see deed look No. 27t pago 352, Fulton Couni, - u,io -- n-- . w.-s- ).- - s-- I.-- This Idea of extreme Im curried out In the ernndii of led orrugiitcd Iron suiiKrted on plnln 2 by I studding If the building, the main building, beauty, the old con! house Is in. k It looks ns If after enrs mill h woi-no-. of witir nnd tear the uolghliors had felt Miiry for It mid hud hml some-ibin- g WHOLESALE GROCERY of n lciimtli.ii pnrty. This, of Much Needed Enterprise otirxe. U uieiel u surmise, but It Is the only itoriMhle solution to the gen Oeing Quietly Organized. enii mnkeiip of the building. Hvl dciitly one nelliiMir hud doimti-The Courier U Informed that n Mime old rel rooilug tin. Another Wholofalo flrocory Company with n ni'lu'lilmr. seeing the need of n door, cut oapltnl stock of $26,000 Ih being quiet- hnd M'lit oer one th.it hnd Jnwed" and would "Under ly organized and that all the stock but a few thousand dollars hns been subscribed and that the now company purKMs to be open for business by January 1st. The name ot the Incorporators are being withheld until Html arrangements am completed, but it Is understood that Djorsburg and Humboldt capital is Interested with some local capital In the entrprif It is understood that a suitable site has been R4cwh and n now building will be recUd at once, about GOxl'.O. but we are not Informed as to where the location is situated. Hickman Is tho logical point for THKItOOI. WA1 ' hl.Mieil WIIOITKlt JAWKl)' such nn aiiturprlso nnd wo besponk not lit 'ili. where- then, having no for these gentlemen a prosperous liliim-n- . it hud tatkel on nuywuy business from tho start. Wo woleon.o anil left standing wide oh.'U for the )ou gentlemen and you may rot as- wettls to crow iiliout It. with Its trolley Jefferson sured of receiving tho loyal patron-ag- e of our merchants, for Hickman iiiun. Its splendid romW, Its wealth, Imiilil Ih mi olijct lesson to the res enterprise first ot all. if the state In stiiouls nnd school eiiilpmeut, but xlie Is Just where tire. NOTICE. The whols ttstt il out of step with It I horoby ordered and directed th march of cd 'cation. that tho offlcera ot election In Fulton MOVED THE LECTURER. County, at all Uio voting precinct of said county, shall open a poll In Him, but School their soveral precincts at the next Church Too Good For th Place. house Was Just regular election, to bo held In this The nutii who wttH to gUe nn illus county on November 7th, 1911, for the Us irteI or tore nt leer Creek Kit onwith the purpose of ascertaining the will liu the Peer 1'ieek eliunit ot tho voters of said county, upon hi- - Klip" slid gtis drums about him. i iltlrtj i nine and went; the early tho question whether or not they wish Cattlo generally and all species there- slimmer twilight deepened whiten fain h owls illscusstsl their nf of, viz., Hcrses, Mules, Hogs, Sheep II) nf f.ilrs under their brwith; 8 o'clock came and Goats, to run at largo In Fulton .id -- till u mulleiiee. A buggy rattled County, Kentucky. n the rosd below, mid n voice cnlled W. A. Naylor, J. F. C. C. 4t In Illy "Healo' Aiobody up tbereV Yes. and I wmit to get In to put my things Hickman mliteru In plate." answered the lee Among other needs Is n cotton seed oil mill. A I iner "Hldift you hear Hint we had smnllor and less expsnsive plant than Dond mill, which iliniued the place?" queried the voice IUchmond the "No." burned, would answer tho purpose. "Well, we did. You better get your one man who would tnko things In your wagon and come down We know would a big bunch of the stock. It to the whoolhouse, half n mile down not require a great deal of effort to the road, for the folks Is there wnltlug get up a company nnd build n mill; for j on." "How did jou happen to change the nnd nt tho same tlmo will Improve place of the lecture nt the last mo the local cotton market. wbr-ppe- r ix-es M-i- Prices $18.00 to $25.00 Other Makes $10 to $.16.50 The nobbiest line of Shirts, Underwear, Hats, Shoes and Gloves to be found anywhere. Baltzer CONDENSED ACCOUNT Of The Lives Of & Dodds Dry Goods Co. Incorporated i ty Records. sufficient thereof to produco the sums of mouoy so ordered to bo inado For tho purchaso price, tho purchaser, with approved security or hi curltles, must oxecuto Dond, boar-'n- s legal Interest from tho day of salo otiiil paid, and having the forco and fi ct ot a Judgment. Uldders will br prepared to comply promptly with I'ruther. Hi. - ti rms, Vote for Miss Virginia Luton. J. It. M1LNEII, Com'r. On lrregulnr bowel movement lend to chronlr constipation and a constlpato hahp fills tho system with Impurities. Is a great bowel regulator. IIKltIUNl-It purlfhs the system, vitalizes tho blood and puts the digestive organs 1'rlce 60c. In fine vigorous condition. So'd by Hickman Drug Co "Dread In Old Kentucky" high patent Margaret flour. Better than other but costs no moro. Bottcroworth & nieiitV" lantern oil or sunithln' er other umi we knew, too, that you hnd to lime a sheet or Hiiiiithln' big mid while to throw I he picture on to and It would have to be lucked on to the wall We lime Just had put down a brand new carpet on the church and papered the walls, so we were afraid yon would spill idl on the carpet or punch holes In the new wall paper tacking up your You see. Ave were nfrnld you'd sheet hurt the church some way, so we ram ed you down here leouie you couldn't hurt the sclioolhoiiso nt nil." One or the educational committee In Louisville had pinned on his button mid went out onto the street for n pa While the boy was counting out per .the pennies In change he caught sight TOR IMPROVEMENT "It was this way: jou had to have n You see, we knew big light In your 1880; member ot tho Constitutional Auditor of Public Accounts. Convention, 1891; member of tho Char Henry M". Boaworth Nominee for ter Committee which wrote charter Auditor, after a neck and neck raco Democratic Candidates. of Louisville. with Huby Laffoon, was born in Fa yette county, Kentucky, about forty For United States Senator. For Treasurer. jears ago. He has served as sheriff Ollle M. James Born In Critten Thomaa S. Ithea Born In Logan Fayette county, and while acting county, July 27, 1S71; admitted county, prominent in the business and of den in that capacity arrested Caleb Powto bar 1891; delegnte to Democratic financial circles of Western Kontucky, ers, charged with tho murder of Gov. National Convention, 180G; delegate a, being presidont ot the Uusselhille Goebel, taking him by forco off the lnrgo to national convnetlon, 1904 nnd Bank; associated with his brothers, train as he was passing in disguise 1908; seconded nomination of Wil- John S. nnd A. G. Ithea In farming through Lexington. Mr. Bosworth Is liam J. IJryun for I'resldont In 190S; on an extensive scale. a faithful, unflinching Democrat, nnd chairman Democratic State Conven a high-clas- s man and citizen. tion, 1900; Itopresetntlve In Congress For Attorney General. James Garnett Born In Adair from First District, county, November 15, 1861; graduatRegular services at the PresbyFor Governor. ed from Georgetown College and from terian church Sunday morning and Jnme3 H. McCrenry Horn In Mad- law department ot University of evening. Rev. Stockton, minister. ison county July 8, 1838, graduated Louisville, 1893; County Attorney of from Centre College, Danville, 1857; Adair county, mombor of Major and Lieutenant Colonel In Con- Democratic State Central Committee federate army under Gens. Morgan from the Eleventh district, 'l and Breckinridge; admitted to bar In Past Grand Master ot Grand Lodge 1859; member lower house, Kentucky V. & A. M. General Assembly, 1869( 1S71. 187.1; For Secretary of State. Kentucky, Governor of Representative In Congress from Sth C. K. Crecellus Born in Indiana, United States Sen- bu bus been a resident of Pendleton district, Sloan's Liniment is in exdelegate to Demo- county for many years; farmer on an ator, cellent remedy for chest and cratic National conventions, 1898, extensive scnlo In homo county and throat affections. It quickly 1900, 1904, 1908; delegate to Internarelieves congestion and inlong active In effort to establish the flammation. A few drops tional Monetary Conference, Brus- Hurley Tobacco Society in Kentucky; in water used as a gargle is sels, 1891. member of Kentucky Legislature from antiseptic and healing. Pendleton county 'n session of For Lieutenant Governor. Here's Proof McDormott Born In Edward J. " I have tiaed Sloan'a Lloimcnl for Louisville, educated at ward nnd high For Supt. Public Instruction. veara and can testily to tu wonderful efficiency. 1 lure urd It tor lore throat, schools, grndunted In law from Har Bnrksdale Hamlett Born In Chriscroup, lame back and rheumatism and vard University, 1S7C; member of the tian county, educuted In common In crcry case It gare Instant relief." KKDKCCA JANE ISAACS. lower house, Kentucky Legislature, school of natlvo county; worked as Lucy, Kentucky. farmhand to obtain money to attend college; graduated from Hampton Sidney College, Vlrginln, at tho ago of 19; Superintendent of schools of 1003-1911898-190895-1901875-187- J Chest Pains and Sprains 1885-189- 1905-190- 1908-191- e. WHY NOT GET THE BEST THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING ? Xm HA VB JmB fckjiJ'M' 1 Silverware pUUil forVi, tpoona ml fancr mlne pinxt met tmntlral, n10' lursl,a "'" Tlie Tho Boy Understood. 'IjvV I Pi23 u Wjm tmpnl with Ilia to-nowneU trade mark, tra 1617 ROGERS II I I 111 BROS.iK. WtHAVt wfwANT 0lrM r9k rjSgSv PL IijthL mark only can yoa original dltUiignub th are ( d rtt made In Jtotf prt 1M1), andanut. juurtclf ot the boat In quality, flnl.h and iktlgn. For Com. of Agriculture. J, W. Newman Born in Monroe county 1809; educated at Southern Normal School, Bowling Green; member of the faculty Kontucky State College, now State University, nt twelve years; mombor of tho house, Kontucky legislature from Woodford county, 1903; member of Kentucky Stnte Senate. secretary Kentucky State Fair, SLOANS LINIMENT is excellent fot sprains and bruises. It stops the pain at once and reduces swelling very quickly. Sold by all dealers. Lox-tngto- n lor PrlooiZSc.t BOCm, $1.00 Sloan's Treatise on the Horse sent free. Addresa 1905-190- " If your dealer doesn't handle it, write for prices. Hickman Wagon Incorporated Co. t the while and blue button. He smiled and got onto his tiptoes and rend slowiv: "My ? for Improvement Kentucky schools." Again he smiled and. reaching out n grimy paw, exclaimed: Tut H there and shake. I'm with you fellers, nil right." 111 lllllll i l'! illtlif lllllllii If iM lealraeTfrjrntre. Brad (gr catalogaa Mil "OU" abowts I il I I I H I fl " MEUIDKN WW' w VwV W-- - il wl III '"WTAN.MACO. (I.Ur.iUM.1 Bllnr r., S.M.M...) M.riica, Coaa. For Clerk Court of Appeals. Robert L. Greene Born In Gallatin county; eleven yenrs chlof deputy clerk of the Court of Kenton and Pendleton counties; chief deputy clerk hav of the Court of Appeals Ing bold tho position undor flvo administrations; begnn the practice of 18S1-190- Dr. Earl S. Sloan lnw nt Frnnkfoit lu t900 after sever- ing his connection with tho offico of Clerk of the Court of Appeals. Ui j- - '"wj'tp'' 4) ! h r.;ff'.;v-?.;v..i?,iyY- : I : - STRECKFUS STEAMBOAT LINE i Wfe $. k Bring M C n A "J L -- '.! E ' ' B tSM 3M rf ,f !: i The Courier's Weekly Scrmo M C" I'l I'AhTOK III hrl 1' SUBJEt.T ttZtiKfiitSrt: -- Ey. Lump Coal 1 ' J- SCE-IUk- ilM .3 ten .sc.u. -: j -- "PEACE AND SAFETY" ski . r Iv Or I i Everything f ciV tsTM A GREAT J DELUSION, and tivw i i ii A Kifi A HBrOTEXaa Ton "WWewBBBBBBBBatfcSSBIWJCTwyTRft BBBaaDHlBl An olecaut 10, Nov. $30.00. Hound Sldo-Whe- '" ' K aBBHstflBBBBVaBBVaiBBfaBVtil Sf - r L- God's Timss - Seasons Let me save you money on your coal. Maturing, 0PENIN6 ft with us when we start on a job of plumbing. No sending back for a forgotten tool or an extra piece of pipe. The time we charge for is spent in doing your actual plumbing work, not sitting around waiting for things we should have brought in the first place. Make us prove it STAHR STEVE PHONES BOTH d - St. Louis trip 1&5.00. New Orleans Service O lK-r; Passenger Steamer Qulucy leaves St. l.oulj Ono way. Including Meals and Faro ono way ,15,00. A NEW DISPENSATION Pastor Rusttll In Glasgow Th. Divln. Plan Diversified but Orderly Age Follows Ag. In an Uplifting Process. Not Evolution but Restitution. Glnsgow. 2y.-Pa- stor li' Oct Uus-xetlls-otirsll Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. COLOR GIVES In gave two today nt St e Both Phones Mo. 73 MJ"i BRIGHT Dressss and SulU berness of Young Girls. e Ilnll to lurgo nnd And row's nud Wo attentive hM RELIEF fl'ASTOK. nud season li n v n no (llscoumo the text. "Of tho time from need reort yu A. M. TYLER Attorney-at-Law Applied to Take Away Effect of Som- - and Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. Hioituiftii, iacy. Office with Judge B. T. Davis Oil Sale Wkaa QUR TIME, kaowledee ! experience ia tie pnHtiag buiBets. jrou are in peed of in this lino some-thi- ng DON'T FORGET THIS Business ST, PAUL'S Directory ASK FOR RATES EPISCOPAL CHURCH Services: Every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Holy Communion Every 1t Sunday. W. J. McMURRY Attorney-at-La- The vogue for reversible fabrics and color contrasts Is applied to the fash-Ioc- s for girls of all ages, as well as to those of women. Mack seems rather a somber color for a girl In her early teens.'but when you rellove a blacH coat of heavy, woolly Roods with huge revers and cuffs of light blue, then It becomes at once a girlish garment ' White or cream color Is liked for contrasting with the dark colors on girls' dresses nnd suits. Ono of the smartest suits brought out recently is of dark blue cloth a threo-plec- e model with a sailor collar and cuffs. on the coat and inch-widbands on the blouse of creamy ratine. Plaid also Is used to a great extent for facings and trimmings on every sort of garment for young folks. A shepherd's plaid dress, which would look severely plain, Is brightened and made distinctive by a yok. front, shaped band and cuffs of red serge worked in black soutache. A belt scarlet patent leather matches tho red trimmings on another drees of shepherd's plaid. A coat of dark blue serge for a child of twelve or so has a shield and collar to match and a broad belt of dark blue suede. A black velvet hat for a miss of sixteen or so has three immense rosettes of velvet, each with a heart of gold, which touch at the edges, completely encircling the hat. One is of purple, one of Alice blue and one of brown. Small boys will blossom forth in gray raiment this full. If their natural boyish Instinct does not revolt against some of tho rather effeminate styles prepared for them In stockings they will wear real silk In gray colors' Roman plaids and such solid shades as garnet On some of the rough-finis- h hats there are stuck perky Ut-- i tie bunches of Yankee Doodle feathers at one side. BOTH HANDSOME AND USEFUL Book Office In LaClede Building on corner. Hickman, Ky. OR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD Dentist Davidson's old stand. Phone No. 2. Hickman, Ky. HICKMAN Marker Made of Ribbon Elastic, With a Silk Tasssl and Ornament This useful marker is made from1 ribbon and elastic; the strip of ribbon at back Is about l'-- i inches wide and 7H to 8 Inches ln length; a strip of buckram the same length but rath or narrower, covered with plain ribbon, Funeral FURNITURE O. Directors and Embalmers. Phone 20 day or night. Hickman. Ky. THE ELECTRIC STUDIO Everything in Photography Style, Quality and Prices Right Next to Price House WOODLAWN DAIRY V-i fill '& I ,: fnC' - of' w V' f i A. H. Leet, Proprietor. dairy In The only Fulton County. vu ' Rough Lumber for Sale... Dimension Stuff cut to order on Short Notice. 1- . : at edges. Mill located on Dresden Road . getherstrip of elastic, samo ,A 'miles east of Hickman. length as ribbon, Is attached on tho 2 Inner side at each end; a silk tassel If you are in need of anything with bow of ribbon ornaments lower end and a bow only at the top. The in this line, see elastic can be easily slipped over tboi ' edges of book to keep tho place Dr. J, M. HUBBARD inch-wid- e -2 ( Is laid at back and all aro stitched to wbr lag.. tmt ilia dustiest coal for cook-A. FarU has the real article at the right price. ,' - ft nen'i 36o VnXkm'm aone class) you iri RT to Betteraworth Granger coffee. Have , unwocnico C. H. Moore Phone 4 BEST f ji that I write unto you, for you r- exes kitmv piTfe tly that the iluy of Cii- - Lord so cuineth n n thief lu the And when tliuy shall xay, night Feme nml Kjfuty. then sudden dostruc-- . in loUHitli upon thorn ns trnvnll u)on i womtiti with I'hild nud they shall nut Rut ye. brethren, are not In Mi darkness that that day should over-!.iYe are children t a um ii thief f the lljMif "- -1 Thetlotilans v. Hie uorid In not expected to un- 'ermmul tin- - Divine times nnd sea- Tho Ile- KonH. tilniix nml purpoes. Iwimt di Isnut tlmt the father hntli talsir-ithe- r (liit-tl-vi Imd Itewtowed n Ililiiim from the worldly men lnt"Wi swl ve err entered mid Tudit nml hni revealed lm uulo IIkx- - tin humble-minde- (Mat-'i- c nt. the efmlt- - if irtp'r latmes" Tlw spitu ntlhereil IiiIk follower of Josn. if xi 2.. i "The of the Lord he (Jwtel rnrtier at I'eh!iHt niHl li ihriii tlMit retweu-Him, nnd ifter ft n trMiu'itilons Hh- - tluttl IVsnsul of Its . hsff " l! nAr them lib Covenant" This ;orwt Age Ins linltnrly been -Thj Viti Shall Understand" i time of plowtitK snwtug ami reap 71.1- - Proi Dttulel, referring to tho ng The trlliHiMliits of tln inirlr da., drt lined. "None of the 'hnr'b were inleil wtlh the is Hiuiil uixiervuml. but the wtxo !.! ug of the np'i.itts mwI AkbIh we '. .1 iiiKierMtniid " (DanM xll. 10.) To The hsrvt la n harvisit tlm t 'iJftirt.iuU tte secret iiunxwe-- of the s the end f i he ir ' This time rv-.- t In nlrn'(' of their necompllsh-...i- t of the 'riltai' 'lll te to lui.leM a nemerH and touch nnd i stilt blpher "ti clr'. honor iui.iutam- out f the ordinary And mil lmrtftiirr l.v iwrtlrliwitlnii In i lilldrmi. bogutteu of the Holy lio I' he "flrst irhiofi resMrriTthm." Then (irtvilegiMi to know the vlll fallow the leitostiur of the Held 'I'llrlt. nr li'ntf of iiHlMii, the deep things." ignlli liv Hen trmiMes "a time of "(Hwl-er I'l likened thin relntionxblp roiiltle sin It as Meter wn Mine then' I't'iecu (.mI shiI Ills Ntlnts to wlre-.-- . an h nation That triHtUle time t'iirntliy. Cud's pvoplo hnvo t h pfHwIns "ivt tniT"Mlng time of " tuned in Imnuouy with lllin-Mk.- r tew ilhts)strti for a worldwide bj 111- - Word nnd Spirit. These rnp under the iwtst fariirahle rondl nil rit'hf uihi h of the deep things ions. These three different ages it Gixl I'lw worldly have no towever. produce different rrops ns Mt all nti tntMiM. therefore, of llffercnt as are their conditions. oi'.n .inlpntloti with tho Infinite. The like .irm Cbrltlii (ins. Indeel, a In I 'ip Holy Spirit, hut It l not DON'T EXPERIMENT. lined tci t'u key mid is, there-(rv-. You Will Make No Mistake If not rit'iwrvil to reot'lie the deep You Follow This Advise. liiiihx of I'ivlnc cmniiiiinlcHttnn Our wiir'd for six ihmisnnd yean ins li.fii h I'jitllcllcld on whlrh the Novor negleot your kidneys aiMts of dnrknens lmvi largely back, uriIf you hnvo pain In "ur li" lotnpnmllvely Hinnll nary disorders, dlzlnoss tho nervous nnd uiiiiitii-- r of of the light, who It's time tn net and no time to noMMa experiment. These are common symptoms of kidnoy trouble and jou should seek n remedy which is recommended for the kidneys. Doau's Kidnoy I'l lis Is the remedy to use. It has cured many stubborn casoe lu this vicinity. Can Hickman residents demand further proof than the following testimonial? Mrs. J. L. Jonos, N. BIrIiIIi St.. Mayflold, Ky., say: "It wns five years ago that I first used Doau's Kidnoy I'llls, and was cured of an A.ade Safe by Lydia E. Pinkham's attack of kidnoy complaint which had annoyed mo for noino time. Today Vegetable Compound. years I can stato that during the Granltevllle, Vt. "I was passlnc which hare elapsed since this cure tliroiiRh tlietliaiiRiiofl,lfo.iiilsulTi'nil wns effected, thoro hns boon no from m'rvoiisiioss of my trouble. Other mem-burySJsk. ami other nmioyitiK of our family havo nleo taken symptoms, nnd I can truly say that Doau's Kidnoy I'llls with gratifying Lydia K. PJiiklmin's results. It Is with plensuro that I V ogotnulo Com. the public sntemunt I gave Iioiiiiil lias proved confirm worth mountains of In 1003 lu pralso of Doan'sKlnoy I'llls, gold to me, ns It for I fctlll hold n high opinion of restored mv lienlth . and stroiiL'th. I thorn." For solo by all dealers. Price COc never forget to tell Co., Duffalo, N. Y my friends what Foster-MllburLvdla U. I'ltikham's solo agonta for tho United States. Vefretablo Compound has dono for mo Ilemember tho namo Doan's and during this trying period. Ccmpluto restoration to health means ho much tuke no other. to mo that for tho sake of other suffering women I ntn willing to make my troublo public so you may publish Itov. J. A. Jose, who hns been pa a this letter." Mits. Ciias. IUklxay. tor of tho Christian church nt Dyers lt.P.1)., Granltevillc, Vt. Xo other medlclno for woman's Ills burg, Tonn., for n year nnd a half d has received such and tin. has reculved a call from the Cchis qualified endorsement. Xo other med- tian church nt Fulton. He hns ac wo know of has such a record icine of cures ns has Lydia K. Pinkham'u ccpted tho cnlt. Vegetable Compound. Who Is your clothes doctor? No For moro than SO years it has been better placo than White Bros. Wo curing woman's ills such as inllainina-tloulceration, ilbrold tumors, irreg- know our business, do our work well ularities, lMjriodlo pains nnd nervous and guarantee satisfaction. What mor prostration, nnd It is unequalled for you want. carrying women safely through tho do cuango or mo. penou oi Fulton 1h dickering with Texnr-knnMrs. Pinklinni. nt Lynn. Mums.. Ark , for tho purchase of nn up-t- o invitcti nil Nk'k wonion to Avrito date flro fighting outfit, to ho used vice. Her utl vice Is free, her for nil by the Fulton department. und ulwnyu Jiclpl'uL gu&sttQ Ih-v- k hlndensl of They nuiy of ilnrkni pit ri'iider evil fur evil nor slander for 'lander. They uuiy only do good and i'i thnm who rtvlle them. Harvett Time Is Her I this rendition of things to forevvr? Ms Ood Intend that o ill eternity there hIhiII le this battle HMwivn tlsHtt shiI ilHrknesx, with tho lHrkuert In the ttsennitiitit nud controlT Vo' The lllhle divlnres that a great 'bange nud a New UlHKnsatlon Is nt innd. In wlikh the order of affairs ivill be revennsl. The Lord Imn Iwim doing it work dur-n- g the Kirto uf tin reign of sin nnd koI- - ting two He has lentil light, Ihhs of rhltdren of the wnrld-wlil- both "o Im uctsl in the fSod refers to .vnrk of tlie next In agrkultural terms; for flis nstmn-e- . with the Jewixh nation. He lid a pknvtnc. twrniwlng. sowing, mimI Their nsiplug work. the entrance of llowlna ttne he unttaii tntu Cnunnn. The Ijiw was ttu sewing The ik'U tout ten wiping of the Age w at Its cloot tUe Chief Ueaper. His lesus nn Te them istHi werr aaoritte 'It- - nakl. "I Kent yni fiwin tn nsip that Mtdr-ii A BEAUTIFUL IS DAY TRIP mum lMVt stood forth in"! r' iinl ihf Hiitefiiwr. the hrethreii Via thio lino you can reach Southorn winter resorts. Our service h.- Truth hc ilnst the "Prlnre of suo rirst Slnreiiver the compared with first class hotels. Accommodations ror wi''i'" Siitnii to b oIsm f Irhi hnro - Ihhmi rim iislin- - ih- "'sriml weons" passengers. For further Information apply to General Office, St. Louis, Mo. con-Im- if ' The Everything You Want tjBBBaBBBBiBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIaaSlBBBBBBBBBBalaBniaBf BJsaf aaUMMeWll MMPSsM Grocery Snow Flake 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 Hcinz's, 57 varieties. .e gnt pris-isle- Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. vhi-rro- r'itti fii MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74: ihi-k'h- i it H BSCl t' HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS KHT.MII IHIIKIi - 1A i TOM DILLON, St., Prop. iriuccr.Mjr to It. it. ItiMiiinstff, iIkhwiI -- : aflH fSBBBI .jSBBBBBBbVSBIBB Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING, STONE WORK OF KINDS, IRON FENCING. Ml co-.T- i" y li:.L.-..- . iiiWKiiiuii, Y.nl..Li ixiiiiuini sm irsr pre-.alii- sl Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY DIUKOTOIIH CHANGE IN WOMAN'S It. M. IBItKIl II. T. IIAVIH llr.J. M. HtJIIIIAUIt IIKN'UY HANOKH nHO.ll.THHMI.KItl.H T.A.I.HDFOIlli J.J.ailONIItniANT LIFE We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, ami offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS w r f w i1 ItfsMfilMI va "" A VT t.l,l.n a ( II. O KAMAOK. A1 Cmhlrr t tit a f. Ttf Att uunvf H..I,., I 111. 11 I PUti ' s II T'Mr'h ii o ! Try Our I FRESH MEATS? 1 4444444 orjiuyw.Ji' o. n. Moortn I 'hone 4 LAUNDRY -- AI- j im.-A'msM- I We aro authorltod to announce i mmm Bradley & Patau's .....i n.t.t M e n Virginia Luten a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Fulton County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Election Nov. 7, 1911. Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon n.4tif..i. t wide-sprea- Hi WWl-m- 'r tfiTi-- H ii'S'i..iiir!iiitiriii" 11 IIMILJTIFJi.l n, imrns --vhlte, clear steady to the last drop. ami tlio sako of evcryon In For tlio lamUy, insist on having Solite Lamp Oil amoicelcss ..-Saves eyes: save, winery a, MAb. C. STOLL OIL CO.. at Mantn, Ta. mh.Orad. MoTor moneylSr deX.IJIn V.UHI no moro than in Bootlcss-Oil- or- Ki. aHi.. LOUISVILLE, rrom". KY. ,b" Aota "