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"i-- 7 ?a- - -- jr $1 In n per Year Advance so eiefptlom to rule. ilin rrl-u- rtlr Only lo It OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY j ifity jrir Bit", tii pnpor coit irir Nomnll I iHior toineiul . rln'iip ewiiiRh, f.1 iimount fur n .per Hint ! , i lie county nml Local News Volume 52 THE HieKMAN eOURl PR HICKMAN. KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, III' h 1911 Number 20 Fnper do not want misi n copy, keep the aubscrlrx tlon paid up. A notice of expiration U Riven bere IS day a ahead with This Paper Always Stops when rour time It out. We dont be lieve la ford nit n f on anyone. to A Blue Mark (T .i., Sude M. Naifeh's Store New Arrival of Ladies' Fine 3W &.tLs Jk Heard On the Streets was In Martin Sun- -i N. Estes day. & It's A Nettleton The Nettleton Stands for What is Best in Men's Fine Shoes. The Man who has worn a Nettle-to- n Shoe knows All the leading magazines French's. at Fethe 5 up. Lon rtlc Coal, all grades, from U Phone 186. Suits, Skirts and Coats The biggest line, greatest assortment and lowest prices. I have a big stock of them now, all sizes. Ladies' Hand Made Tailored Suits, in Blue Serge, new basket weave cloth, brown and tan mixtures; also new shade of green in the new basket weave and all lined with fine heavy maslin satin Prices of suits, all sizes, all color Pony cloth fury coats, black only -- ....'.. Caracul fur coats, black only .... . yellow satin lined Very fine black cloth coats worth 10.00 11 Seat visited relatives Crutrhfleld last Sunday. Ward at Duck shooting has been good on the river for several days. r3 1V Wl i Tho election Is over and wo can now get down to business. Hickman Furniture Co.. headauar- ters for anything In furniture. Mrs S. M. Hubbard has been quite this, and will wear no other make. The habit of jsSRu wearinffNettleton Shoes begins with the sick for tho past week or so. at mill. Cypress Shingles, $1.26 a thousand C. M. Vatca Shingle Co. Irvlno Brevard and Deo Reld went to Craigs Landing, Mo., Sunday. in and getyours! The prices are exceedingly low, considering the quality. We are the exclusive agents. House of Quality first pair-Co- me Jesse Fields of Fulton, was here Sunday to seo Miss Mary Kimbro. .......... . " " 15.00 12.50 8.75 10.00 12.50 6.50 10.00 Wo deliver tho goods anywhere you tell us to. White Bros, Phono 195. J A Crozlcr, of Mound City, was bere Friday and Snturday on business past week suffering from a crippled foot A A DIRTY TRICK. Practical Fashions CHILD'S COAT. Qu8 Mooro has been laid up for the Come to the store where you can get what you want. Our goods are the very best, prices are the very lowest. If you want your money's worth, go to SUDE N. NAIFEH'S Store. We are here to please you. Meantime we appreciate your business whether you buy five cents worth or $100 worth, you will receive the same attention and appreciation. - O. part of last week at Crutchfleld with relatives. Is hero visiting L. Amberg. Kimbro and wife spenfa ' Miss Myrtlo Bowers, of Memphis, her sister, Mrs. Joe - :m: ON THE CORNER "The Dry Goods Man." naipeh ON THE CORNER Mrs. C. T. Bondurant returned Saturday morning from a weeks visit ,In St. Louis. Mrs. Lou Crnco left last week for St. Louis to spend several weeks with relatives. Capt. G. D. Ripley came up Sunday night on Stacker Leo from Craigs Landing, Mo. Mr. Phillips, of Cincinnati, was hero several days last week tho guest of C. O. Schlenker. U Some ono Friday night, maliciously burned tho cotton that Bob Ellis, residing at Mabel, Ky., well known here had loaded in two wagons nnd ready to bring to tho gins on Saturday mornlng.On going out Saturday morning to bis barn he found that during tho night some ono had burned both big wagon loads of cotton that he loaded, al& completely destroying wagons, ono belnc a new wacon our- chased from W. A. Johnston a short tlnio ago. The deed could not be accounted for as be didn't know ho had such nn enemy or why anyone should havo bothered his property. Fulton Is trying to get up money to build a $10,000 hospital. Saturday night at the Lyric R DDERY AT FULTON. MAKING U. 8. SURVEY A party of 65 men, composing on of the government's sun eying corps, U here this Heck making a survey of tho river getting its depth and ' establishing tho shore lines. This, of court'. Is a very tedious task, requiring lots of work and exponso. It Is generally conceded that some of tlio deepest water on tho rllter Ik Tho greatest doptli nt Hickman. readied by the Hounding party In r'Mt SALE: Seven houses and lots this vicinity wna 140 feet, and Is lo- e bunch for 13500; or placos will cated about 600 ynrdM north of tho sold soparato. All ofthoso wpgon factory. sen are occupied and paying good The surveyors will bo In this rt This section of town Is com- vicinity for about ton days. v fast, and East Hickman property bo a good Investment. Inquire Saturday Night The Lyric. nt Coutler office office of. tlio W. K. Hall Uiiu- 'mpauy, nt Fulton, was entered lobbed Into Friday night by it ar or burglnrnmd money betwcii amount) of f CO and C0 was so- d No cluo of any kind was left a jrpotratorn of tho crime. robbery iu supposed to have i. pulled off about 11:30 o'clock. t- 1 When You Think of Furniture f3B ' "w wL Think of cMontgomery The biggest and most varied line is now ready for your inspection. only enables men to sell I have ever shown Selling for cash For Less Money rthan credit houses, and you will save by trading I also carry a full line of UNDERTAKING Come See the Goods Till novel coat Is made without unIrs. C. G. Schlenker returned from nn extended visit to her derarm seams, each halt being In one ploce and both Joined together at the 'VVVAVVAiVAVVVVVVV. old home in Eaton, Ohio. shoulder seam and down the center of iw. fcaU'UJBJSS A heavy rnln fell In tills section the back. The cape may be omitted it Sunday night which was welcomed by desired. This Is a good model for1 serge In two Are you so fortunate as to U CJrde Building, those having dry cisterns and ponds. tweed, chovlot, wide wale tr Rroard'a Store tone effects and similar fabrics. be well satisfied with your I'honc No. SI The pattern (6545) Is cut In sizes Vt I will receive another shipment of Medium size rrrVMWVVrWVWWVrr that tine cooking coal this week. to 6 years. inch material. requires 1T4, hair? Is it long enough, yards of 44 thick enough, rich enough? Better got your order In now It you To procur this pattern land 10 osnts And your hair does not fall THANKSGIVING want It. A. A. Farli. NOV. 30. to "Pattern Departmant." of this paper. Write name ana addreaa plainly, and be out i Well, well.that is good. Thanksgiving FOR SALE; All my horse, mules, ure to give alia and number of pattorn. day cornea on the ;3ut you may know ot some last day of November this year for cattle, milk cows, hogs, wagons and not so fortunate. Then jus 5640. tho first time since 1305. The follow- buggies nt special prices. STEVE No. aiZB . ing clipping from ono of tho dally STAHR. tell them about Ayer's Hair 4c. papers Is Interesting in tho fnct Vigor. They will surely thank Fred Caso had tho misfortune to TOWN It tells when this occurred In the past you after using it, if not berun over a solid rock sticking up In nnd when It will happen again: STREET AND NO ....... fore. Remember, it does tho road near tho lake last week and 1S93 was tho last ear on that STATE Ladly damaged his Maxwell car, which not color the hair. Show which Thanksgiving was tho last day F. E. Case and son use for dollving the list of ingredients to of tho month. In 1022 tho snmo comgoods. 1 your doctor. Let him decide bination will bo in offect. IV. lrl K. 1 licks Phone 185 and for a trial order of gives tho following yenrs of Dan Brlggs returned Friday from their value. He knows. tho past century on which Thunks-glvlnMad. T th. J. O. ATEn CO.. Low. 11. Xui. Dumas,. Ark., nnd Oolwlmj, Iowa, at our ilua'less cooking coal. No slack; wan tho last day In the month which placo he went to accompany 1809, 1815, 1820, 1837, 1843, 1S54, 1SG5 his wlfo homo from a sovoral weeks' Effi3IiiMaaJSISJHEJSJ3IEJ&'E!EJ2! 1871, 1882 1893, 1905, 1911. It will visit to her parents, S. D. Luton nnd happen ngaln In 1922, 1931, 1939, and family. 1950 ho says. 1 have some Chester Barnes and wife left Saturday night for Valparaiso, Ind experienced machin- where Mr. Barnes will tnko a com- "WANTED n ists for round house, back shop floor, pnnled by C. L. Walker. On his guaranteed to do good work, that I will trade for some Wood, machines, air brakes, Injectors and ho will stop over In Louisville Chickens, Corn, Hay, Potatoes, Hogs and Cattle and pay the lubricators; boiler mnkors, round on business. difference. If you have anything to trade call and see me at house back shop, layer out flangers J. B. Sparkman is carrying his righ once, before I get what you want to trade me. and stay bolt testers; blacksmiths, arm In a sling. It was broken a locomotive and car inspectors, car short tlnio ago by nn nccldont that carpenters nnd car repairers. at Craigs Landing. Ho will bo furnished from near- occurred Home Phone HICKMAN JOB SHOP est junction on Illinois Central to slipped and fell on tho skldwny break ing tho member nt tho wrist. .aBjararaisisjaisjaiaaia's.'sisiEiaiaiaaiaBaia! SEaaiEiaiaiaiasiBsiaiaisiaiaiaaiBiaiaisiaisES point of employment." ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY Neuralgia of the face, shoulders. ... ... u. w. purlin . receiveu Vfihands or feet requires a powerful j u ur, hub DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE remedy that will penetrate the flesh. now 25 h. p. gasolluo engine which DALLARO'S SNOW LINIMENT pos- - , ho will put on a launch that ho will ses3e8 that power. Ilubbcd in where tho pain is felt Is all that Is neccs-sar- " xX 1 have built soon. IJ to rellovo the suffering and reAnd don't start normnl mndlttnim. I'rlrn OKcfiOo ' Tho Ladles Guild of tho Episcopal nnd $1.00. Sold by Hlckmnn Drug Co. church will have their annunl bazaar have to grease Cnpt. Hlpley, bookkeeper for tho on Friday Dec. 1st. but once a y Mengel Box Co., nt Craigs Landing, That mysterious stranger was' D. had tlio misfortune to stumble and 1). Wilson with his moustache shaved fall on tho railroad at that place ul week. short tlmo ngo and sustained an ugly off. scalp wound, tho result of his head Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. flnv Unln Asst c.nsliliir nt tho Pt'OM scaly wound, tho result of his head pica Dauk, spent Sunday in Fultou. skull is slightly fractured. u. Pontlwt For the Hair e g NOTICE! GOOD SEWING 3S MACHINES rtr-tur- 41 Trans-IKirtatlo- u S. 36 () V - EST iT JOTT ! "WE USE" x- A FINE CATTLE AND CHILDREN Are Kentucklans Willing to Be "Tall Eandera?" HOGWALLOW DOINGS. Are You Willing to Pay Four Profits or One? more wear and comfort. on You save atofleast fifty cents to one dollar get every pair well" shoes and you "End This saves you the shoe jobber's profits. Better than tlint, the manufacturers have already cut three profits out of the cost of the shoes those of These "Endwcll" shoes come direct from the manufacturers, Endicott, Johnson & Co. Endicott. Johnson & Co. tan all their own leather and build their shoes complete "from the hide to your foot" independent of the leather trust. the hide dealer, the tanner and the leather merchant. preparations .to go to Tick-vlllwho Monday morning. "I mil delighted to hear you Hay that changed he- - mind and will not go. mi rue ItiUTtntod." 1 hastened to re-l. nu know Kentucky standi IVick Hocks lot his buggy get wot .lilit.v nliitli In the list of the state to education. That's Wednesday evening and the tlrtw when It come nut wry far from the end of the list. hate becomo so tight tho homes can Wo need men tike you to help us keep hardly pull IL iIl-Ii- known for a long titne that Mtiinilliiir Iti matters educa tional iw erj low. I hud known that she uin In tin- KilP f illiteracy, with all its attendant oIK " I ,,ml lmra" mini-(lew pi - ted to tln.l such it largewillingi of hur rural hiiiiIiiIIiiii One (lay sin ,ly "to let thing go-while' .bulling 'lth a member of a ImhimI of education ill a rich . oiiiitj , oiinl. he happened to nay: It'll jmiii. I'e been Interested In mightily Intended, for a ,dmni mik I"'"'- - I'M' I"'''" " "''s Inmrd for I li.ul t" 1 While Sim Flinders has not anything olse to do ho thinks he will get a gimlet nud help tho fishing worms find homes for tho winter. Poke Kazley has bcun rather busy this week at his task of trying to drive a lot of bees Into a bran sack. Tho Excelsior Fiddling Baud's fainu can neor become very lasting, as tho music evaporate about ns fast as they make it. Mlns Flutlo Bolcher Is making e One Remedy For Every Human HI. Rexall Remedies HICKMAN DRUG CO. lucorjwratcd nia.li tell jmr." Itcr 'fr MX "' Prices $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 The old gentleman stroked his grit' xled beard thoughtfully, and I felt certain that I hud made n vivid lmpre slim. A smile, a very small smile, wrinkle"' 'lie corners of hW eyei as ho sttld tileiiy: "I reckon you forgot one tiling In this w hole liiwliuws MoinelicHly'H pit t be 'lull oniiderV ain't they?" I had a Qlimpse of cural Kentucky's attitude toward education. Cattle and Children. was tired and dNenumged after days of school Iiujmm Hon in Jefferson county, in I had divided to take n day off and visit the State Pair and see the I tbiuic iim lnjr." Tho postmaster has purchased a new hat nnd a storm proof collar. It Is feared ho will next got so that ho won't handle anything but first class mall. high-tone- d Jefferson Pollocks has gone to Ilyo Straw to enter his horse In a fuuoral procslon that will pas through that placo Sunday. The Rexall Store" lUlk I'hertf Itimipt BEi ns jm jml .Ul ENDWELL SHOE m No. 831 Russia calf (tan) bluchcrt "Snug" last. Stitched with white thread. Medium weight oak sole. Similar shoe in button pattern. Just one of 100 new styles. SULLIVAN FRUIT BEARING PERIOD. Somebody has estimated from statistics that fruit trees and bushes BRTHERS BE A BOOSTER. Do you know there's lot o people er-r- SetUn round In town, will bear the following periods: Growlln' like a broody chicken, Knockin' every good thing down? Apples Twenty-fiv- e to forty years. Don't you be that kind of cattle, Currant Twenty years. 'Cause they ain't no use on earth, Gooseberry Eight to twelve years. years. You Just bo a booster rooster, Pears Fifty to seventy-fir- e Crow an boost for all you're worth years. Plum Twenty to twenty-fiv- e Raspberry Six to fourteen years. If your town needs boostln', boost "er, Don't hold back an' wait to see A Burglar's Awful Deed. If some other feller's wllllu Sail right in, this country's free; may not paralyze a Home so as a mother's long illness. No one's got a mortgage on it, But Dr King's New Life Pills are a It's Just yours ns much as his. splendid remedy for women. "They gave me wonderful benefit in consti If your town is short on boosters, You get in tho boos tin' biz. pation and female trouble," wrote Mrs M. V Uunlap, of Leadill. Tenn. If ailing try Iheni. 25o at Helm & If things don't Just seem to suit you, An' the wprld seems kinder wrong, What's tho matter with a boostln'. Just to help the thing along. A satisfied customer is our best adCause If things should stop vertisement. We can satisfy you. We'd be In a sorry plight, White Bros Phone 19C. You Just keep that horn Margaret Flour, none better. Doost 'er up with all your might. com-pjete- ly .Miss Constance Honntep, of tho Calf Ittbs community, was a popiikir visitor In our midst lost week. She wna continues to go up ho will have to the guest nt the home of the llenotop iar to writing louipernncc editorial family here, nnd would have tdayed tight. Isaac Hellwnngor had the good luck a month or two but she Is only their -"Blue rllilMinV I inked the innn" to come very near finding twenty flvo third cousin. wearing n broad smile as he e eunu In the road yesterday. It lookdown the inn I u roadway. Tho Dog Hill Pruaohor is circulat- ed vry much like one at n distance. "You Wt'" he exclnlmetl. He caught sight of ui.t caiiiera and continued. ing n petition asking that a surprise Sim Flinders picked his two Kn) "Don't you want to take a snapshot donation party bo glvon at his houto at an early data. this week and claims to Imvw not six or my helferr ty pounds of feathers from them As he turned the splendid young Atlas. Pock discovered that bo has anliiiHl into iNisltlou for n photograph This Is a fine yield. 1 hud a Mice to look her over care- a largo bump of caution developing fully I was fcrtiilu she was of royal on hi head slnco he engaged in the The daplty ooHslablo has Improved btood. tier huriii looked like pol- big fight at Hyo Straw Saturday night his pornonal appoarnnee gnmtly with ished elxiiij nml her tx nulls Imd been a new pair of pants which ho seized Luke Mathewsla fell Into his hog from a suspicious looking person who pen eterdny whtlo fowling bis lioga passed through Hogwallow yesterday. His wife wns tho first to discover th accident and turned tho hogs out, Yam Sims has been limping about !llng Luko thoro to sober up. for several dayn caused by hh to working through the oHd of kin wick Ha Dalow announoes that he will go to llckvlllo next Wtdnesday to 3tdny Hocks did a very shrewd stand up with n bridal couple if he thing tho other day while nt Bound-iMis not too tired, Billows. He met up with a blind !NW9ajaiaf!aViaaaKaaBaaQls nn Iron washer off ccording to Tobe Mosoloy a knot man, and on a log is about the quietest thing oh hhti for a dollar receiving ninety-firf)ta in change Ho experts to there Ib baBaaaaaawBaavfaafaaaaBil hluwolf with hi eonslonc Tho editor of tho Tickvillo Tiding l giving ten cenU of It to the Iog announce that if tho price of llcker Hill preacher Kotituckian. FARMCRR' TELEPHONES, A dollar a mouth does not go i eaough after It gets Into the telcpb. company's treasury to aatUfy inanHgtr who ha to pay thu upk. and operating expense on a big ral lino stom,and keep a llttloai. change to hand over to tockh crs onco la six month. He b out too many corners, and run many chance of getting caught it. of a bank balanco by a aleot stor or a law aulL . fr Twelve dollars I too low for fa era' Una service on the avenge , torn, with tho quality and coat proved as It boa been In the hit ' year. It 1. tlmo to atart after rate. Tho former can afford to, tnoro why should not they be duced to recognise value rocolvei Of courao wa know what the far era do when It Is proposed to u the telephone rate. But can thu on fororerx What I the best to got this thing Into better sua. i Some have done It already phony. (The Independent Telrpl g pnd e Journal.) tiirV7!li ayr ONR OK TUB HEVKX IIBirKltH, & Pratber. Stops Lameness Sloan's Liniment is a reliable remedy for any kind of horse lameness. gTOwth of spavin, Will kill the sweeny, fistula curb or splint, absorb enlargements, and is for excellent and thrush. Here's Proof. nerer without a bottle ol Tour liniment hare bought mora ol it tlun anjr other remedy for pain." Daily Kiaar, "Sloan'a Liniment U the belt made. I hare removed venr large ahoe boils off a bona with it. I have killed a quarter crack on a mare that wa afully bad. I have alio healed raur. lore nerka nn three shortei. I hare healed grease heel on a mare that could hardlr walk " Anthony U. llivia, Oakland, ft., Route No. i. " I owd Sloan1 Liniment on a mule (or 'high Umeneu.' and cured her. I am maulciired that morning. When she was led to the barn near by I knew she was a royal princess, for the stable boy was waiting to throw her opera cloak oer her and lent! her to her stall "How many heifers have you uereV I asked the stable lsy when he had tliilshisl Ircddltig her down. "1 have my hands full this time," ho exclaimed. "I have seven to take car of. That's nlsjtit the limit when you are lining the State I'alr. all right" I left the barn and went out Into the roadway to think. I recalled vividly a school visited only the day before where- a young man In Jefferson If you see somo feller tryln county was striving to handle thirty For to make some project go. six boys nml girls In all eight grades You can boost it up a trifle, nnd another school where a tired worn That's your cue to let him know nn worried with sixty-five- . I have seen That you're not to knock it, 100 In one room. Just because it ain't your "shout," The roadway was crowded with But you'ro goln' to boost a little, Kpleiidld. healthy Iioysjtnd girls, brown 'Cause ho'&got the "best thing out." with the kisses of a summer Hiin. The) were laughing and chattering, full to If you know somo feller's failln'd, Just forgot 'em, 'causo you know That same feller's got some good points Them's the ones you want to show "Cast jour loaves out on tho waters, They'll come back," 'a a say In' true. Mabbe they'll come back "buttered," When some feller boodts for you. Homer Clark Bennett in Itichinond News and Observer. - An Ounce of Prevention vf Is Worth a Pound of Cure h so buy yourself an Overcoat now and save a doctor's bill which may cost more than the price of a coat. If m mrt 5?A'i ri you will come in and inspect ' the overcoats I'm showing you will see the advantage of buying here. I ' feel sure you will admire the es- styles, the fabrics, the fit, and pecially the price. I .M KILLED BY C. M. & G. ENGINE. W. L. AlcCabe, cf Dyersburg, lost his life under tho wheels of the engine which was leaving that station Wednesday night. He. attempted to board the cab of the locomotive and lost tils iioiu, railing under tho engine, sustaining injuries which caused immediate death. ilcCabe was a locomotive engineer and had been running on the C. M. & O. railroad between Dyersburg and Hickman. Ho left tho service of this road Tuesday and was on his way to LlttIo itock to run on the Cotton Belt. Tho dead man was -J years old, unmarried and a member of the Order of Locomotive Engineers. His remains wore sent to his home at Willow Hill, 111. feel confident I can show you the best values anywhere. rillllTT-HI- llOlH SLOAN S LINIMENT is good for all farm stock. "Mr hogt had hog clnlrra three day before we sot Your liniment, which I waa adrlied to try. I hare uaed it now (or a toon well. three day, and my hoe One hog died before I got thcilnimcnt. but I have not lott any aince." A. J. McCaktiiy, IdarlUe, Ind. AND OI1ILS TEACH i:iu VOI! 0.NB 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 f iflipn ii jverllow-lii- Watching thought. our with the zest of living. them as they passed, I "' amLLi I HlK I 60c si.ooBPni. 0U1U VY AM Dealen. Price & lua am I I I gj man to handle seven Jersey heifers In a state fair nml they do not know that one teacher cannot posslbly luuidle from thlity to seventy young animals nml have theui In condition to take prlr.es In the show ring of life?" I felt that the children of Kentucky were not getting a fair, square deal. The C. M. & G. railroad recently purchased a tract of flvo acres within tho city limits of Dyersburg and ground was broken Friday for a roundhouse and machlno shops. This road is completing a $G000 depot at Rldgcly, and contra eta have been let for two others depots ou this line. "(JoodncsHl What Is the nuttier with old commonwealth when the sttH'kiiieti all know' tlint It takes' one GUARANTEED sa us'aciion wear uc to voue ' ii'iiiill wool M 1 lggHI IlKaggaH 1 Book on Honei, Cattle, Hog and Poultry aaatfree. Addreaa It Startled the World when the astonishing claims wore first made for Iiucklen's Arnica Salvo bu' forty years of wonderlul euro --A Rota's HI I I Dr. Earl S. Sloan t H H H have proven them true, and everywhere It is now known as the best salve on earth for UurA, Bolls, Scalds, Sores, Cuts, Bruises, Sprains, Swellings, Eczemn, Chapped hands, no bis lumps. Prepared especially fo Fever Soren and Piles. Only" 25c at kitchen use. A. A. FrU. Holm & Klllson. WSEMIMHSMSa Sa Where Quality Reigns Higher than Price v V !"WV &?& TRADE s INTERURBAN SYSTEM Means Much To Both Town And Country. (CABE u. s. rt. oar. SCIENTIFIC STOCKINGS ftelnloroed with Linen lor Man, Woman' and Children Re Very clastic. Never binds leg. WELT: GOOD CITIZEN GONE N. M. Oliver Succumbs to Pneumonia, Monday, MARK KNEE: Very strong and durable. Rip-proo- f. Rub-proo- f. Very clastic 'Extra long always in the 'right place. Always comfortable. Always reaches and covers the knee of the wearer. Gusset of heel and edge of ribbed leg form a straight line over instep of stocking. INSTEP: Instep of wearer always in clastic ribbed part. No bindoff ing easy and on. HEEL: rry strong anil durable special linen. k- - TOE: special 'men. Very strong and durable. No seam to touch any TENDER part of the toe. Rip-proof rub-proo- f. Smith POLICE COURT. Tt Polkv .. (oUuwitti; & Amberg" ROUTE SIX. Court docket shows that Hradlo Andon-o- n was shopping In ciuc. jirl nd pally minor town Monday. Mr 'Unm, have bttin tried lu Judgo Sudlo Boll Ilradshnw visited I;, ruhtj-'i-i wurt Inoo our last report: her mother Sunday. Hurloy tanenstor was tho guest of - at Cratx, fined f., llUIrion Brown Sunday. nray 16. llro. Hampton, of Hamhy Pond, ' Hmwom, 1 5, preached on the illdge Sunday. wrnor Taller 5r . Mr. and Mr. Jim Patterson visited J W. White, fj. their daughter at Mabel Mouday. ' I'hurMan Wllnorj, IC On account of rain our prayer mve(-InUx .l6ghie,. SC, was a failure Sunday night. Murrta Ingram, JG, Hzra Anderson, of Sycamore Chupal Unrrla Hetipur, S. vlMttJ frlunds at Mabel Sunday. w Sunday U preaching day on tho H W. J90lu;, 126, Ridge, alro prayor luwtinc Sunday i m. MN'al, $$. night. Carter, G, Miss Diddle Pollock, of Brownsville, larvMCo DcntOII $S, U tho guost or hor aunt, Mrs, Illddio 0n, k i wms. y iort trifle i 1'ollook. It. I.. Smith, of Clinton, mado a KOR "3ALB: U, M, F. 30 touring r and rontUtitr with top and wind-hi- . splendid talk nt tho lUdgo church Frl UihmI Id leas than 200 miles. duy night. Miss Mary Hiollo And Jennie Ilrlco wnitt to carry thorn over. Will of and lolou Drown wero guests for 190. K. II. SMITH, Clin Kjr Each passing day brings tho plans oi tno ny. Southwestern Electric Railroad Light & Power Co. nearer to a realization. In 'Its early stages, tho promotion of this road may have hud ARE THE ONLY KIND WORTH WHILE a doubtful huo as belonging to the bubble class. Dut it has passed that THAT'S THE KIND WE SELL : : : : : point. - Every Indication Is that tho road will bo built. With tho excepWhen you buy cheap, goods you are taktion of two, all tho towns on tho ing chances. Th only reason some proposed routo novo fallen into lino goods are cheap goods is because they and nro giving tho officials of tho road their hearty support. are not worth much. In conversation with a Hickman merchant on this subjects last weeje We sell nothing we cannot guarantee in ho point wns raised ns to whether every respect. We rely upon the satistho new road would not havoa ton- faction our goods give our customers, 'to dency to tnke trade nway from our keep all our old customers and get some city. There Is a logical answer to new ones also. i tha question but slnco we havo tho "proof of tho puddln" at hand, we We buy our g cis from those manufacwill quote a letter from K. Q. Lock-yensecretary of tho KvansvUlo lie-ta- ll turers whose products have won a repuMerchants Association: "Unless tation purely on their merits. When you ono has studied tho question from buy here you take no chances. The every standpoint wo might think that goods are guaranteed both by the man- a given territory has only so much ufacturer and by us. trndo or commerco In It and that whatever goes to the largo city would bo taken away from tho small Community, and thnt therefore tho prosperity of Evansvlllc would bo at tho expense of tho surrounding House of Quality towns. Nothing enn be farther from tho facts. I hnvo on file at my a largo number of letters In answer to Inquiries sent out to merchants In Uio surrounding towns asking whether Intcrurbnn rnllways modern conveniences. They will al- NEW BANK FEATURES. havo boon a benefit or an Injury to so bo a boom to tho farmer. When their town, and whether tho Individ- a line runs through a Some special features of the new farm, Its puts ual bulnew)FS havo been Injured or the owner almost in town and adds bank, which should 'make It exceedbenefited by tho Intcrurbnn rnllwny. materially to tho land values. It al- ingly popular will be that all deposiMore than 30 per cont of these merso gives him electric light nnd elec- tors will draw dividends within thirchants, after having done business tric power at a small cost, which ty days after it opens. both with and without tho Intemrban few farmers could otherwise have. Special attention will be given to railway, suy that their business has with tho children, and efI is tho mode of transportation of accounts boon Increased by tho Introduction tho future, being not only cheaper, forts will be made to havo every boy of tho Intorurbnn." but cleaner, safer and having a great- and girl in tho community have a Princetown merchants nlso praise er public service capacity. bank book. Their dividends will bo paid before Christmas, so It this road. all tho boys nnd girls Princeton Is a small but prosperDO YOU KNOW THIS MAN7 a sharp lookout for further announceous city, and this Is only one of tho ments of the now bank. many Instances which show from ex- "I once had money and a friend, perience that It Is a fallacy to look As most men do admire. to tho Intorurbnn as an Injury to I lent ray money to my friend, Tho signal of Democratic victory towns. As friendship do require. was celebrated Tuesday night with It Is only a question of a short I naked my money of my friend bon fires, firing of guns blowing of time when Intemrban lines will And anger did arlso; fire whistles and about every Imathread Westoru Kentucky, and towns 1 lost my money and my friond ginable kind of a nolso. Sleepy citithat aro not on one of the lines will Decauso I was not wise. zens rolled out of their beds thinkbo unfortunate. Those lines will fur- It I had money and a friend ing the town was burning up or the nish cheaper passenger nnd freight nlghtridcrs were making a raid. Jno. (As I had both before), rates from all ixdnts touched, will In- I'd keep my money and my friend Dillon also contributed a; vaudeville crease traffic and cheapen tho vastunt. And act tho fool no more." rious commodltits In u corresponding Mrs. W. P. Shelby and children, of measure. Where intemrban lines x Ihts, they havo become a part of the j FOR SALE or oxchango (or No. 1 St. Louis, nrrlved In Hickman yestercommunity- - they would bo ns hard milk cow, a new top buggy In first day to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Caso. to do without ns telephones and other class condition. J. M. LINN. r, Goods of Quality Another ono of our good citizens hns answered tho final summons. Death camo to Nowton M. Oliver Monday night at his homo In East Hickman, after a week's- - Illness of pneumonia. Had ho lived two months longer, ho would have been C7 years old. H. E. Curlin Deceased camo to Hlckmin from Calloway county about twenty years ago and had resided hero continu ously since that time. Ho was borri at or near Paris, Tonn., and for many years ho was actively engaged In farming. Fulton county never had a hater citizen f. he was quiet, unns. aumlng gentleman strong In his convictions nnd true-this friends. He was a member of the Mt. Hermon Christian church. llrief funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at tho grave, being conducted by Geo. L. White of Cayco. Tho remains were consigned to their last resting place In the city cemetery. Deceased Is survived by his good wifo and five children Frank. Joe. George, Cryus, and a ten year old daughter Miss Thelma. The Courier extends sympathy to tho bereaved ones. Ho was our friend and we feel tho loss. See those fall Suits; all colors; any stylo; prices to suit all. Sullivan Dros. WANTS TO BE SHERIFF. Sid Hamby tells us that ho has concluded to enter tho race for Sheriff of Fulton county which virtually means that he will be a candidate. There Is no reason why Sid should not mako his presenco felt In the campaign. He has the qualifications of a good officer. For several years' he has been on the police force of this city, and la this capacity he has certainly made good. Consequently, there is no experiments to bo mado as to his abiltiy to enforce the law. He has a host of friends who will give him their hearty support. Alright, Sid let 'er go. ut - of-fl- p Margaret FJour, none better. & Prathex. NEW LEE LINE AGENT. W. F. McGuIre, of Memphis, is tho new ngent for the Leo Line steamers nt this point, having taken chargo last Friday. His wife Is also here. Mr. McGulre succeeds B. G. Russell, and tho latter has accepted a position, with A. A. Farls and expects to become a permanent citizen of Hickman. Ho has been ngent hero for several months, nnd his services were very satisfactory to the company's patrons. ' ,.4 AiJi Man tailored coats and suits Miss lleadniour last Sunday. Bob Ulllson, of Mabel, happened to a very bad accldout. Ho had two loads of cotton burned and also his wagon. REAL ESTATE Deeds Recorded with County-ClerDuring Past Weelc. iHUlkAAUjA iMW'Mifriiwiww'wifw k II. F. Romlcy to J. II. Pollock, lot Old Hickman, $7. J. W. Naylor to Geo. Powitt, land nour Cayco, J850. J. F. & S. L. Doddj Co. to J. R. Moss, SO acres land, MOSS. J. J. C. Bondurant to M. H. Sbaw, 1214 acres land, $46S7.G0. J. J. C'. Bondurant to P. It, Moss, loU In Gourley's Addition, 11800. W.' e J. Harry has boon occupying tho on this property for somo time". Bottle Olios to W. II. Dodger, In- torcst In laud, C0. W. C. Wurd to W. D. Slnyden, lots In Fulton, $1000. W. 1). 8Iaydon to W. K. Woods, lots In Fulton, $1025. Joa. Snngor to W. M. Kvorott, 22 acres land, $1400. Arbett Drowdor to J. 0. Parrlsh, 28 nores land, $1400. F. M. McClalu to J. II. Turborvllle, loU In Fulton, $800 and other con-- " slderatlons. resl-dunc- The Store That No Man Or Woman Can Enter Without Benefit..:. r t . - rz , V Leo Atwlll camo-ithis week to vote. from Lexington oifieo Singer Sewing Machine E. C. Rico Shoo Storo . The beaten path of shop keeping our store Is different. Therefore , at holds no interest for us. Joe Oliver was here from Nashvlllo attending the funeral of his father Tuesday. L. M. Brooks and wife of Dyer, were guests of J. R. Brooks and wlfo this week. Go to' Sullivan Bro3. They will sell you the Old Woolen Mills pants at half price. Call for supplies at B. C. Rico's Shoe Store for your Singer Sewing Machines. I have a thoroughbred Jersey Bull which I stand at one dollar. M. A. McDANIEL. 3tp GIvo us a trial. Wo, will save you monoy on ovory. article you1 buy from us. Sulllva Bros. Wo understand M. C. (Mne) Adams will sell his property hero nnd move to Roswell, N. M. -- i. different In merchandise, people and principles, that It would to hold the expression of admiration, Interest and bentake volumes . efit, from even those who do - not "buy. , So ;.," - It wfll never be otherwise. Merchandise to gain a place In our stocks must be of the highest pos sible value, and we are constantly urging the world's best producers to "make something better." are always and taste are We satisfaction It is here "The best by which those who we have Investigating every new Idea, to determine Its worth of. chararacter to contribute to the comfort and of our patrons If It Is up to our satndard. at once. "SOME PUMPKINS." On display & Do you want a strictly tailored suit, severely simple, of mannish suiting cloth Do you want a suit that is "dressy," elaborate enough for matinee wear, for calling and for afternoon affairs Or do you want a tint that It different, that has tome of the new ttyle features that mark the Imported model. Wlutever your preference, ")our" tuit it here, at the llitchof ttore. Let ut fit you in It. Worth largest pumpkin over raised In Ful ton county possibly tho stnto. This monster weighs 78 pounds, nud it would mako upwards of a hundred pies. Tho pumpkin was grown by W. J. Cartwrlght, four miles cast of Hick-maHo boa a number of thorn thnt would carry off tho bluo rlbbow nt country fairs. Grout Is Fulton county! OvorconU Bros. $3,130 at tho storo of Bolters- Prathor may bo seen tho goods for Invariably fair prices, without red tape" Is the star we have steered our craft to the harbor of public favor. Let voyage fqllow the course of business say what a successful "" . made of It. y-- n. Mens and Young men's worning Made to Measure only Finest Furnishings Exclusive Shoes Proper Hats - Neckwear . .. V'S,r j, ?-'' a If you aro going to get a sewing machine, got tho best. Tho Slngor why, of course, from L. A. Brock. Tho hustling little cities of Moscow nnd Cayce have pledged tho amounts asked of ,them 'by tho now electric railway. Only two towns on" tho wholo system have failed to "camo across" and they will bo sorry. Attorney II. J. Moornmn waj scheduled to mako a speech at Jllckman Saturday and camo as far as Fulton. He found thnt the trains woro bo far behind tho schedulo time that ho could not get there In time and so ho returned home. Since ho had to come on tho I , C. ho should have started a day earlier. T- -- and up Bradley & Parham ,.t.ALAiiLALUi.LiAiUALAAit,kiAiti,LAAitiA.tAisiA. T, It. Reynolds wont to Union City, yostorday. Doil't fall to boo tho Hickman Hardware Company's display of cut glass. SMITH & AMBERG IW'WJTHJWl'W'MTWWlMlfT' kililfcilsJIllE1't - tAt'k Aiit,L. UiilAuL h PAFF HAWKINS CIVILENGINEER Land, Drainage and Municipal "i" BRIGHT COLOR GIVES RELIEF Applied to Take Away Effect of Som- - SHAFT'lN Monument HONOR OF STANTON bernets In of Young Girls. Dresses and Suits Recently Erected at Steu- benvllle, Ohio, to uncom o ore- retary of War. v O. Plenty The vogue for reversible, fabrics nnd color contrasts Is applied to the fashions for girls of all flges. as well ns to Surveys, Maps, Estimates those of women Black seems rather I a soraher color ror a gin m l" nnOlM and Reports. l""' teens, but when you relieve a blacH coat of heavy, woolly goods with huge Office over Matheny Bros, Grocery revers and cuffs of light blue, then It becomes at once n girlish garment. Hickman, Ky. . White or cream color Is liked for dark colors on 9) contrasting with tho (Nov P. O. IlOX W girls' dresses nnd suits. Ono of tbo smartest suits brought out recently Is cloth a throo-plec- e VITAL STATISTICS. of dark bluo model with n sailor collar and cuff Births and Deaths Reported to e bands on on the coat and Registrar During Past week. the blouse of creamy ratine. Plaid also is used to a great rvtent for facings, Deaths. and trimmings on every sort of garment for young folks. Mnttlo Lula Cobb, age 31, Oct.30. dress, which A shepherd's plaid Temlclous Fever. would look severely plain. Is brightJlmmle Senton, 21 months, Nov. 1, ened and made distinctive by a yoks front, shaped band and cuffs of red tuberculosis. Melvina Moore, col., ago 19, Nov.3. serge worked In black soutache leathor belt A scarlet patent N. SI. Oliver, ngo 67, Nov. C, pneu- matches the red trimmings on another monia. dress of shepherd's plaid. Louisa Pearson col., ago 2 Nov. 7. A coat of dark blue serge for a child of twelve or so baa a shield and collar to match and a broad belt of -- "AUNT SALLIE" WRITES. dark blue suede. A black velvet hat for a miss of Mr. Editor: Please notify the peo sixteen or so has three Immense ropie ihnt's doing the shooting at night settes of velvet, each with a heart of to shoot upwards or down at the gold, which touch at the edges, com ground. Last night some one shot pletely encircling- - the hat. One Is of in the wall wall about G feet from the purple, one cf Alice blue and one of window from where I was standing, brown. Small boys will blossom forth in looking to see If there was fire gray raiment this fall, If their natural somewhere. I don't think they did boyish Instinct does not revolt against It Intentionally. Four balls went In some of the rather effeminate styles the end of my house. SALLIE prepared for them In stockings they THOMAS. will wear real silk,, in gray color,' Roman plaids and such solid shades as garnet On some of the rough-finis- h NOTICE. hats there are stuck perky lit-tie bunches of Yankee Doodle featherr All those who have past due paper at one aide. with us are kindly requested to come forward and arrange for settlement and save cost. Mrs. Murley Roper was In town All past due notea will be put out Tuesday. for collection If not paid promptly. J. T. Perkins was horo Wednos- Hickman Wagon Co., incorporated. day from" Martin. Inch-wid) , Steubenville, Steubenvlllo was most fittingly selected nc tho appropriate time to dedicate' a monument to the town's most dlatln. gutshed son, Edwin McMastors Stan, ton. the war secretary of President, Lincoln. At the dedication great officials of the nation were present to honor the memory of one of tho his- -' torlc characters of his time. Edwin McMasters Stanton was boi in 1814 and his early life, owing to the death of his father, who was a physician, was a struggle against por-- Old Homo weckta of Warm Blankets and Comfortables Are Here at Most Reasonable Prices These Blankets and Comforts are from one of the best mills in the country, including 'full sizes, the.best materials and workmanship. The following items .will give you an opportunities we present: idea of the many money-savin- g Extra large, colored borders all-woo- l, white blonkets.with 6.00 lored, white arid gray blankets, an unusually good blanket, at 5.00 66x80 all-wo- 72x80 wool finish blankets, in white and gray 3.00 72x80 wool finish blankets, in white and colored, with fancy borders 2.50 Large size cotton blankets, white and cowith fancy borders . 1.50 size cotton blanket, ranging Medium from to 50c Large size satin comforts, pure white cotton filcd, at 3.00 Large floral top comforts, well made and good weight 2.00 Medium size comforts, good weight, ,...1.25 ,... at 1.50 to 1.00 Buy Now While the Stock is Complete lj . Mrs. Caulklns, of Chautauqua N, week for her daughter's home in Los lumbus, Ky., Sundny. Angeles, CalL Mrs. Itufus Phlpps'ls visiting relaWill Smith, of Louisville, formerly tives in Union City this week. attorney here at Hickman, and at the beginning of campaign, candidate .Nlm Coram was hero this week on for Governor of Kentucky, was here business from Greenfield. Wednesday. Mrs. H. P. Itoinley will entertain Miss Jennie Juno Grove and Miss a few friends informally at Bridge to Elolso Hennlng are expected hero to- night, day from Tiptonvllle to spend tho C. S. McQuay, of St. Louis, was week end with Miss Marguerite here Wednesday to see Miss Laura Kuqua. Brown. Mrs. Augusta Hunziker, formerly of Miss Lucllo Moss, of Union City, Hickman, now living in St. Louis, left today after a two weeks visit to visited hor sister, Mrs. Rufus Phlpps Mrs. S. K. Davidson and other friends Sunday. Tho professional politicians had no Mr. Hlgbee, of Cincinnati, is hero this week on business with tho Men-ge- l hand in "carrying Pulton county for Box Company, installing track McCreary." scales at their plant. Miss Nannie Meacham returned to Springfield, 111., Tuesday after a three weeks visit hero with old friends and relatives. W. A. Hlnahaw was hero this week from Little Kock, Ark., where ho has located. Mrs. M. Amberg Is visiting her ter, Mrs. Hines, in Tiptonvllle. sis- V., who has been here several weeks with Mrs. C. T. Bondurant, left this Parker llafney was In Union Olty Sunday and Monday. Mibs Vera Thomas visited in Co- Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src Office. See samples. Jit Courier The Stanton Monument. rty. By hard work ha managed to study law and his rise In his profession was rapid. In December, 1860, he was appointed attorney general b President Buchanan and In 1S62 President Lincoln appointed him secretary of war He retired from this arduous post in May, 1 68, broken in health, I'bone 38 for groceries. bis lucrativo practice, which he bad S L. IVxlds was In Fulton yestersacrificed to bis country, all gone, bankrupt in purse, onco moro to face day the world. Although only In his fifty- -' V B. Wobb was horo from Fulton fourth year, he had lived a generation 'n the preceding six years, and' . uterday. the process was slow and halting. He Jrry Malono was In Union made telling speeches for General Grant in the presidential campnlgn of Wfdnosday afternoon. 1808, the first or which was at SteuIllustrated Songs Motion Pictures benville. On December 20, 1869, be was appointed associate Justice of the Lyric Saturday Night. supreme court, but never took hla seat He died December 24 and his FOIt BALK Saw mill outfit tody rests in Oak Hill cemotery, at a bargain. Cayco Milling Co. Washington. Your state, county and school tax U now duo and payable Goalder Herndon Fields, of Fulton, was here Johnson, Sheriff. Sunday to seo Miss Iluth Klmbro. MIm Gladys Haydon, of Nowborn, Miss Lizzie Coram, of Greenfield. Tonn., Is visiting her aunt. Mr-- . C. Tenn., is hero tho guest pf Miss S. Patterson, this week. Buflo Bruor. ' Wo earnestly solicit a sharo of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wade, of Macon. your business on a guarantee of satMiss., nro tho guests of S. L. Dodds isfaction. Whlto Bros, Phono 195. nnd wife this week. Itcgular services nt the PresbyThat crejhj on the door ofvtho re- terian church Sunday morning and publican headquarters told the tale evening. Rev. Stockton, minister. in mournful numbers. Cooley & Thorn's Wonderland will Mrs, Sallio Adams of Tiptonvllle, formerly of Hickman, is hero visiting show at tho river front tonight. Do not miss it if you want to see a good Miss Hattlo Carpetor. show. Mrs. AUice Kussell returned Sun Havo yon tried It that new coal, day to her homo in Uardwoll after a washed auu gradril to regular siza-- l visit with her son, E. C Russell. lumps t'spec-iaUml ted for cooking. A. A Faris. 1! i Lyric Saturday Nbjht Ml MEAL K ESTATE. Wright to Brnt and In lllchmoml & lion. I . Molllo 1. Bourne spent Sunday P In I'nlon Ctty. l,)r. Hftydn, lot "J com-plot- o ISO Kaghau, optician, nnd J. U. tflMon. I H. Htat to Lake Counu- - Mfg Murphy photographer, have want. lot at Lodford MaIIoh. flf W. 8. Hllbon am! wtf rMurtuul Laura II. HixIrm to Mrs. M Sunday from n few days vtdt In St by, low U'wm Hickman. 1 1,60 Mrs. Julia Powell to SJarslmll K FOR SALE: A few choir o lots In dall lot Fulton. IMH), Koxcni Addition. For particulars J. II. TitrbunJlle to Marshall K. dall, lot Fulton. 1171. at this office. Mr. Julln Ilnuutt to Jou 1A. K. Dollow arrived this morning lot Fulton. IMOO. from Ixmlsvlllo on account of thu IllA. A. Farts lo M. II. 8)ww, Im m ness of his father. Hlekmnn, 1100. Jncob Kyle q Arthur Ormy Mrs. C. S. Patterson nnd son spent several days last wwjk with Mrs. II. er land, ITSO. C. Whlto nnd family at Dorenn. t iUlhiM Annlo Cowgllr left Thurs CIRCUIT COURT. day for Nashville to spend a few Ifcl Totun vs. Toll weeks with friends and rolntlvos. for dlvorc. Ila ln.i J8le Meeting H-2- nights of Fulton Lodge. Tuesday evening, Mr. an.d Mr P. Shumntp. In houor of thwir I nnnhersary. aninrtaliuHl Mr. and v A. M. Tylr ami Guy, Halo at No. 83, I. O. O. F. Thursday Sept. Oct, 12- - 26; Nor. Dec. Man's Finishing: Touch in Dress is Haberdashery Nothing so surely indicates good taste and a due regard for appearances as the correct designs and colors of SHIRTS, HOSIERY. GLOVES ane NECKWEAR. Nothing will more fully emphasize your wisdom in buying than to select them here, where the proper ideas are shown in great varieties. SPECIALTIES Eclipse Shirts Coopers Underwear Wilson Bros. Hosiery , O. F. Williams and Miss Ruby Lewls wero married Nov. 1. Tho groom Is a photographer by trade and has raado Hickman his homo Ume. o .. a Accordeon Knit Ties W. B.& B. & D. Dress Gloves Swann Hats prices-guarantee- d. -- You can't go wrong on quality and Come in today. both are MILLET & ALEXANDER Better The Home of Clothes. "- Itov. and Mrs. Borneo Sibomll nn. tertained sovcrnl friends nt dinner Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Holllngs, of As- - yesterday In honor of tho former's ka!oo3o, Iowa, aro visiting their sis- birthday. Tho occasion wns nn enjoy, ter nnd brother-in-law- , Mr. and Mrs. able ono. Horace Slborell. Mr. Helllngs has Tho Courior imulo arrangements beon attending tho National Farmwith tho American Press Association ers Congress at Columbus, Ohio, and for tho full nnd complete returns of took this opportunity of visiting thlb Tuosdny's election but they failed to section. Ho uxpreiseg hlmsolf ns will pleased' with our city and surround- reach us In tlmo for this Issue. ing country. At Knst Hickman Chapel, Sunday 3 P. m. will bo their Sunday School At tho First Methodist church at This serves the convenience of many 7 o'clock this evening (Thursday) who II vo in Kast Hickman Tho will bo preaching by tho Presiding joung Indies recently did well In seKlder, Hov. W. A. Frrcmatt. After curing subscriptions to Improve their tho sermon ho will hold Quarterly Chapel. Workmen are putting some Conforoiicc tho last for this conferof the Improvements on tho houso ami Flro departments aro necessary snd ence year. The Annual Conference ave much property, but they cannot will meet in Memphis next Wednes lot this week. nt relied upon always. Although they day morning, Nov. 15, nnd will hold The meetings at tho CbrlHtlan may put out the fire, water may do session till Momluym ornlng. Hov. Church still continue with incrensed s much damage as the fire. Flro Wilson will start to Conference Mon Interes. Wednesday afternoon at Insurance protects you aaalnst the day night, tho JSth. Ho will preach tho Undies Literary Club which w.na loss by flro as well as tho loss by as usual next Sunday morning nt 11 entertained nt Sirs. J. A. Thompson's, water damage. A flro Insurance polo'clock; also at 7 p. in., unless tho with Miss Mnttlo DeBow ns hostess. icy In a reliable company with a repprotracted services at tho Christian Dr. Vernon gave a very Interesting utation for fair dealing and prompt church should continue over Sunday, hi i if on nis travels in Kgypt Ho t nest ( your best protection. We rep tho evening borviccs then tho pecta to lecture nt tho Opora Houso resent only such companies. Mothodl.it will bo omitted In uvor of next Wednesday evening on "A Trip tho worship at tho Christian church. Through Palestluo ou Horso-hack- .' H. C. "On Horseback Through Palestine'" tbo subojet of a lecture to bo delivered at tho Lyric theatre next Wednesday ovonlng by Dr. Vernon. Ilomcnibcr tho dato and nrrenso to come. U Winter is almost horo. Phono 135 and wo will call for yoir winter cloth o'clock dinner. Alter dlnnitr Ing and put them in first class shape. bor of ladles woru entertained bridge AmbroMn nnd onk Whlto Bios. served The ladles prasont C. B. I)avl8 lumber salesman of MPMlami s. Drlvur, L. P. ICIIn L A Stone. J. SI. Hubbard T tho Stengel Box Company, of Louis-vlllwas here Monday nnd Tuesday Swnjm-- . K It Unison, J. H Mil K II Prnilur, W. S Hllkson. with this branch. Ihiltser, II F llomley. A. SI 1 ' J. B nnd Miss Clara Ynrgln, F. H Moore ami Sllss Slnrle Iln-iof ,Troy camo to Hickman Wednes day nnd wore married nt the Price All advertisements Intended furti.Houbo by County Judgo Nnylor. Courier MUST bo in not later tl" noon, Wednesday. i'l Our patrons The ladles and nil interest In tho nlt-s- e govern themselves according Kentucky Club, will hold n mlnclln-iieou- s show or nt thu club room next uryono Is urged to bo present. ." Ie . JPou2)lr?Protedioii ox-n- HELM, Agent - " ' '"HIP, I1).,,1 '''' Wr mniUffT-'- i "& -- i . t - J State Democratic 30,000 a. !! McCreary's Majority About aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaxV aWL' LaaaaaaaaV Every District in Fulton County Rolls Up Majority For Democratic Ticket. WaaaPT5cft jBk, t v aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVQKri'. Present Indications Are Democrats Will Elect a President Next Campaign t an COUNTY RETURNS In Race Votes Cast For Governor Etc. i Our Next U. S.Senator Davtoss Mplxjuii rr W" Scott Fleming Warren Johnson Hath Knox Floyd' - "S. TvPhLU .. ForMcCreary 1,580 228 1,500 70 5,175 900 1,100 ....: , .....801 '......254 106 15 Our Next Governor. CONCEDE DEFEAT. t Union East Fulton M.t'reary $0; O'Rear. . k lav, St against. . . Hgpkln 94; 79 for Wett Fulton , M.fwiry. k law. Cayce 21 Sfclf b'llwir, ngaliut. 46; 133 for M,rr.ary, - k uvt 204; O'Rear, 33. 90 for 138 against, Ledgton m. fr-nr- y. 149; 01 O'ltmr, 11 SO for - k law against. CC; Sassafras Ridge t. k t r.ry. U. wr. 121 O'lltSr, 48r against. O'Rear, 12; 21 for mSStm Ollie M. James. stock law, 108 Jefferson Fulton lllokman Marshall Jloono Carroll (Inlmtln Trlmblo Ilourbou Franklin Henry Woodford, Ijikuii '. r... ..'.. t 275 ..505 310 C50 t .......300 Morgan Caldwell Kentucky voters returned the state to tho Democratic column, and elected tho entlrQ Democratic state ticket by a majority ranging from 25,000 to Complete returns may show still larger majorities. 40,-00- 0. t ....I.Ioj 1,011. CS0 793 Campbell Hardin llallnrd .... ...... , .. 40 150 , 1,112 118 There were Democratic gains In all the Democratic counties, and Republican losses In Republican counties were the rule. bid For O'Rear j iLBaByP" 108 llaaaaaaB U940 402 ....1,700 1,700 Hancock Christian Hfctill 750 7 nuiiitt Hurt Anderson NMcholiw era 101 Muhlonborg Russell Monroo ,, , M 297 175 225 Congressman John W. Lai.gley, of the state Republican campaign committee, early conceded that Judge" Edward C. O'Rear, the Republican, candidate for governor had suffered an overwhelming defeat. Maryland went Republican. The Btock law In Fulton county had' 1,000 34 239 ,.f415 C94 ' V .' k Madrid Dend 17; J Henderson Linooln I,3u- 0800 1,027 Motcalf Crittondon ..... Ilrookonrldgo Clay MagoKIn My,la ; 240 a close shave. for 1. niMlnat. 'k State Line ry. ' 70; O'Ruar, 44 against: li Old Hickman im 172; O'Rear, - k law 02 against. against Shulby Montgomery Clork CarllaU) Meado ,942 502 427 91- .- Jas. B, McCreary. ,' - C; 33 for 70; 10R While the city ticket recohod n light olc, still enough votes wore pilled by the loors of law nntl order In tho oily to gho the couuoll enough backbond to do what thoy tlilnk to bo tho best for nil. Tho county roturra have nil boon Ih since Wtnlnesday with the xcop-tlo- n of Weat Ulckiunn. It Ih thoro-for- e Impossible to give tholr vote tho law rays thoy must turn within thre days. In the return From what w ooti lenrn McCreary got 97 vot nnd O'ltonr 30; tho stock Inw m defeated by over 100 majority The city tlckt Rot n black oyo. O II Powell led with 2 votes. C. I'. Shumate 1. It M. Islor 1, tho othor thrco got O State Lino looks good to tho Dem ocrats Grant C90 400 670 i)wley UJrayBorr , 772 ....,..8SC STATE OFFICERS. James Bennett McCreary will occupy tho governor's chair again after years, an Intermission of thirty-twho having been elected to the office previously In 1875. WlUi him on tho state ticket, ar,o: o The First District gave McCreary his biggest majority 9908. He carried all the others except the 11th.' Tho Republicans will probably bare only twenty-si- x members Jn both branches' of the Kentucky legislature only five In tho senate. In the various states where elections overo held Tuesday, tho Socialists jnado big gains. Ilreathltt Todd Washington .Harrison" Robertson Slmpwm ;....CC2 1,1 4R j4 24S Adair '.Lesllo Latin'l ICo t ' 200 .....10...-., .009 177 2C7 800 382 '....900 Cast Hickman try. 147; O'Rear. 83; EMmondson K for Masdu Lyon 287 774 7C4 llutler iCumberlaml Ohio Ueutcnant governor Attorney Auditor Edward B. Gar-net- t. 1HC 1,030. '.4ao 500 400 2 021 Johnson Trigg SKinor Garrurd Ilarrou Graves Madison Oldham Owen 10 900 2.800 Plka Letcher OonoralJamos Henry M. Uosworfh, H2 720 1.90 G77 Elliott Marlon Mercer Jessamine 764 320 383 Trcasuror Thomas S. Hhea. Tho Democratic victory wns cele Secretary of state C. K. Creclllus. brated nt Fulton Inst night with a big banquet. The Hickman band nnd Commissioner of Agriculture J. W. several Democrats from this "Slid of Newman. tho county attended the big Jollifica Superintendent of Public "Instruction. " tion llarksdalo Hanriott. Clerk of tho Court of Appeals Tho city ticket was knifed In West Robert L. Greene. Hickman. Medical Collegea. number of imidlcnl collcgoi In "cd States Is decreasing Since r 1 1910 13 colleges haro elthor c if ended or havo boen merged Into t hers leaving 120 medical college c existing Tho regular colleger n raber 101 a decrease of ton slnco vt year The homeopathic collegoa r r ber 12 a decrenso of ono alnco last yenr Of tho eclectln colleges tho num-'- ' Is ocn, tho samo aa Inst yonr ng tho 13 colleges which closed d .ring the year wero Included tho last l colleges, and the t' st'ho of tho unclasslflablo colleges Dur-n-g the last soven years 64 medical ' oleges have ceased to oxltt, either 'trough morgor or otherwise. During the snmo tlmo, however, 18 now collegia wero organized, leaving not do. crease of 46 Whllo tho total number of colleges Is smaller, tho perccntngo .f Uglier grade, stronger modlcal collegia has been considerably Increased. journal or tho Amorlcan Modlcal 'el' 1 P e A Wm C&mtm&m INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE MERRIAM WEBSTER Tho Only New unabridgod dictionary in many yoars. . Contains tho pith and essence of an authoritativo library. Covors ovory Hold of knowl.. odgo. An Enoyclopodia in a bImkIa BOTH HANDSOME AND USEFUL WEBSTER'S NEW (t ' Book Marker Made of Ribbon Elastic, With a Silk Tassel and Ornament. This useful mnrkor Is made from ribbon nnd elastic; tbe strip of ribbon at back Is about IH Inches wido and 7 to 8 Inches In length; a strip or buckram the same length but rather narrower, covered with plain ribbon, NOT WHAT WE SAY I FOR EXAMPLE: BUT WHAT WE SELL Here's n real good suit, full of style and "go," for , $18.00 We might print pages about these good clothes without results, but if what we say here will induce you to merely come and see, we will not complain. IJhe clothes are here the sort that would please you no matter how particular you are, But you can't know the values until you come and sec and touch and try them on. Will you come in today or tomorrow and learn just why we talk so sure about it? phyilo-racdlca- I with tno Tho Only i New Divided Vatic. 2700 Pages, i 400,000 Words. 0000 HIustrattonB. uost noany ) half a million dollars. Lot us toll you about this most romarkablo singlo volume l.'0jm VTMi2VLurr (yX VSWB36SMS, Writo for sample' pages, full par ticulars, etc. Nsrao thla paper ana - llV Dictionary You've paid $25 for suits not one bit better possibly not so good in all respects. or $25 suit you may feel sure that you are dressed as well as any price can dress you. If you select a $20 I Is laid at back and all are stitched gether at edges. elastic, samo A strip of Inch-wid- e attached on tho getting length as ribbon, laend; a silk tassel river packets are ' I" inner side at each aker Champ Clark Is elated over Tho salt rendy for the big voyage up H'at with bow of ribbon ornaments lowor mm oi mo moro imponnui e- -' stream. end and a bow only at the top. Tho t'loiw throughout Uio country and meinorabla easily slipped over tho IV liolilo" ,!.. .1. nows oespenKH ijn- whole elastic can be to keep the placo Ilreak tho nows gently, the "'v wiu ,...., edges of book dorm mint nf n, i,. 'iu state was swept clean. 'n.Te88 nd forecasts nn election Fulton county always does tho right O'Rcar lost his homo county. jmxt yenr of a Douiocrntlc president. thing nt tho right tlmo. ding us Mutt Be Joking. our fninllv rlnu bixk tho othor day Lots of articles ' lOKeu appottitng. hut wo didn't get a ml laugh until wo came to tho follow ii g direction. Then sit In front nf thn ainv nn stir constantly " f WO bad to alt In frrml nt n ainvn heso days wo couldn't beli atlrrlnn oiBaiitly Wo fear that tho fair au ' of tho cookery book ' Is kidWo looked Into we will! ssad free set of l ..SSSSSSLa P Pocket, ps, 1 Don't forget our line of Underwear, Shirts and Hosiery, as can be found anywhere, and prices right. VJJJ11!LbW CACMerriamCo. Sprlngllfld, Mass. ' to- Hawes Hats, the latest 3.00 Eclipse Shoes $3.50 to $5 ..... BALTZER & DODDS INCORPORATED 'A' D. Q. CO. "riO '.- . J Ellison Bros. The Varfety Stores - M, ,. of Hickman 4 Wishes you to know that not only do they have the:, best Grocery and Meat Store in town, but also that $7.50 buys a Darling Cook Stove and Darlings can't be beat. We carry a full line of the Darling Cook Stoves at all prices. $25.00 for the best range on earth, fully guaranteed in every respect. Sold on installments. This is the Best Place for You This is the Best Place for You , 1. To buy Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Heating Stoves, Hot Blast Heaters, Cook Stoves and Oil Heaters; , i r ; Kitchen Utensils, Dishes, Enamel Ware, Tinware, Aluminum Ware, and Glassware. To buy Cooking Utensils, . - Wood-enwa- re This is the Best Place for You Planes, Chisels, Cross Cut Saws and To buy Tools of all kinds, Saws, Hatchets,' liam,-mer-s, Axes- - This is the Best Place for You Art Novelties. 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Any woman or girl may, how ever, make, her own decorations at very small expenso and In a short time. Wo aro giving today several designs which work out attractively In color. the Tho candle shade, representing horn of plenty, always In evidence- In Thanksgiving decorations, Is to be paper by traced on thin water-colo- r meanB of carbon paper, and tinted In water-colo- r. Tho horn Is to be purplo not too dark the ribbons green, and tho fruit of the gay richness or the natural color. The Inside of tho horn may be tinted dark greon. To add to the effect when lighted, put a bright bit of color on the wrong side of the shade under any gay colored fruit, such as orange or apples. Leave a little scam on each end of the shade and fasten with brass brods. The edge Is cut out Irregularly around the fruit wnen me painting is done fir) over an lines wiin wmorprooi Black employed, attend to the cultivation of your mind. Women knows tho worst of poverty. It is tho wifo who baa tho spend ing of the Insufficient Income, who learns all tho bitter ways of scrimping and paring- - and saving. The hus band must present a decent appear ance, for policy's sake, when ho goes to business; certalnl" things are ne cessities for the children; and so tho heaviest of all tho deprivations falls upon a woman who stayes at homo nnd (drives to mako ono dollar do tho work of five. This Is tho way of tho ordinary wonan; and what sac rifices alio makes, what tastes sho crucifies, what longings for pretty and dainty things sho smothers, not even her own family guess. They think It is an eccentricity that makes her choose tho neck of a chicken and the hard end of a loaf and to stay at homo from any little outing. Ah, !f they only knew! mmJt Glass Embracing all the new patterns and an extensive line of the prettiest pieces you ever saw v! ii 1 ' J We Want Your Business and want you to visit our large Furniture Establishment and inspect our goods. Our prices will meet with vour approval as well as the goods. line. Four placo cards are given, one a demuro Puritan maiden to be colored in light gray gown, darker gray capo with bright red lining, cap to match tho cape with a whlto facing and Ue and kerchief which Just shows a little In front Taint the face and hands In the natural color. Red and yellow, if properly mixed, will give a satisfactory flesh color for beginners. Tho lines In all tho caids should be gone over with a pen nnd ink out Ink, and do the work carefully. At Great Redactions Don't buy Cut Glass until you have seen my line and prices. St Louis Furnishing INCORPORATED Co I BOTH PHONES 84 Prompt Service in our The turkey Is to be painted brown, light and dark shades, with a bit of red on tho head, and outlined. Many New Handsome The pumpkin Is a brilliant orange color with dark green leaves, and Silverware Patterns to the apples shaded in light and dork show you. red and green leaves, with brown stems. Tho water-colo- r cards may be bought by the doien, or Tery stiff and heavy water-colo- r paper may be used. Those who do not already possess a box of water-colo- r paints may secure a very excellent little box of a new mako The Jeweler with all the necessary colors, for 60 Japanese brush, cents. A five-cewhich comes to a very flno point, will answer all purposes for doing this work LOCATE THE GRAFTERS. SCHIENKER A GREAT DISCOVERY. Undertaking Department -) " CfSf1 s -- . 1 rt-t'o- if "" L 1" r Boys. S. . TJ ,rrf, i t .. ' iii to your tongue whan ou fcftdy to ewonr, Mo, or speak or use nn Improper word. j "ii to your hands when you i' to punch, btrlku, sorntoh, Oo any Improper act. J on to your foot when you aro point of kicking, running off udy, or punjulug tho path of mi- or crime n to your tuinner when you ixilttd, or Imposed upon, - nri angry with jou. i on to your heart when orll i' a seek your company nnd Juii to Join In their mirth, -- i, ,md to your good lining, for It f "tv nuo than gold, high plao- fashlonablo nttlru. '"M on to tho truth, for It will )ou well nnd do you good iMiout eternity. 'I 'Id on to virtue It la above nil .1 ! price to you In all times and places. ugliest, most fretful baby in all the Hold on to your good charactor, for world, but you can never make Its It Is. and out will be your bent mother believe It. und you had better not try It. wwilth. It can bo a charming and n model Infant when no one Is around, but Ten Things a Baby Can Do. when visitors are present It can exever hibit mora bad temper than both of It con beat any alarm clock Ir.toutcd waking up a family In tho lis parents together. It can brighten up a house better morning. . 01 v It n fnlr show and It onn than all tho furniture over made; smash more dishes than Uia most In- mako sweeter music than tho finest dustrious servant girl In the country. orchestra organized; fill a larger It can fall down oftener nnd wijii place In its parents' breast than they goea less provocation than tho most ox-i- knew they had, nnd when It away It can leave a greater vacancy tumbler in the clrouis ring. ami loavo n greater blank than all the It can make more genuine fuss over of the world put together. u simple brass pin than tho mother rest bock. would ovor n broken It can choke ltelf black In tho face How to Get Rich. with grantor objk than tho most acI.lvo up to your engagements. complished wratch Umt over was Vatxx money before you spend It. It can keep a family in n coustnnt Never play at a game of chance. turmoil from morn till night and from Drink no kind of Intoxicating liquor. night till morning, without onco varyOood character is above nil things ing Its tune. else. It can bo rolled upon to sleep Keep your own secrets, If you have Its father Is peacefully all day when any. down town and cry porslstontly nt Mover borrow if you can possibly night whon ho is particularly sleepy. avoid It. It may bo tho naughtiest, dirtiest, Always speak tho truth. Mako fow Somestlmcs ono has more flowers piled on his coffin nnd gravo than ho ever had given to him In all his life. Wo want our flowors while we aro living. Tho dend are past nil that. If wo would do good let us do It while we nro allvo to those who aro living. Put n nnrmiB nlnster on the chest nnd nke n good cough syrup inter nally If you would treni a severe ruin nf enrn limes nronerlv. Oet tho dollar slzo BALLARD'S HOREHOUN SYRUP. With each bottle were is a free HEIUUCKS' RED PEPPER POROUS PLASTER for the chest Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Squeezed. Tim Say, Jim, what's the difference between a soldier, young ladles, and an Italian fruit stand? Jim I don't know. Give It up. What's tho answer? Tim The soldier faces powder and young ladies powder faces. Jim Yes, but where does the Ital' ian fruit stand come In? Tim Oh,. that's where you get your lemon. Judgo, Regular services at tho Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening. Rov. Stockton, minister. Certain Ingredients That Really Pro-mHair Growth When Properly Combined. RporcIn is ono of the most effective perm destroyers ever discovered by science, nnd in connection with Beta Napthoi, which is both germicidal and antiseptic, a combination h formed which destroys tho germs which rob tho hnir of It? natural nourishment, nnd also creates n clean, healthy condition of the (enlp, which prevents the development of new germs. Pliocnrpln, although not a coloring ingrematter or dye. Is n dient for restoring the huir to Its nnt-urcolor, when the loss of hair has been caused by n disease of the scalp. These Ingredients in proper combination, with lidded as a stimulant nourishing nnd fur it properties, perfect perhaps the.most effective remedy that Is known for scalp and hair troubles. We lme a remedy which Is chiefly composed of thee Ingredients, in combination with other extremely invaluable medKinnl ngents. We guarantee it to positively cure dandntir nnd to grow hnir. even though the sculp In Hpots Is bare of hnir. If there is any vitality left in the roots, it will positively cure boldness, or we will refund your money If the scalp has n glazed, Bhlny appearance It's nn indication that baldness is permanent, but In other Instance- we believe baldness la well-know- n uli-oliwell-dellne- d cur-nbl- promises. Keep good company or nono. N.over be Idle. Do not mnrry until you aro abloto support n wife. Keck yourself Innocent If you would bo happy. (mlsfortuno excepted) Bvor livo within your Income. Whon you speak to n porson look him In tho face. Mako no haato to bo rich If you would prosper. Savo when you aro young to spend when you aro old. Avoid temptation through fear you may not withstand It. where you will find you can get nil kinds of Wood and Iron Never speak evil of any one. Bo Repair Work done at reasonable prices. If your horse inter- Just before you aro generous. feres, forces or cross fires, or knee knocks, bring him here and Never run Into debt without you let us make him go clear or get your money back. seo plainly a way to get 5ut again. Smnll and steady gains give competency nnd tranquility of mind. Oood company and good conversathe practical horseshocr, who has been for some time employed tion ro the very sinews of vlrtuo. with R. Gray, is now with me and will be pleased to meet Your chnractcr cannot bo essential-- 1 : ll r i i .i ... oi ii patrons anai ao tneir jnocin biiu1 P.nl.!rWnrt. Injured except by your own nets. " oi nis oia If you have a bad horse or mule to shoe bring him to us. If any ono spenks ovll of you lot your life bo so that nonoswlll bclievo him. When you retire to bed think over what you havo been doing during tho day. If your hands cauuot bo usefully C03VEJE5 "TO J. J. FREEMAN'S BLACKSMITH SHOP In East Hickman L. A. WOLVERTON dlsense or loss of hair to try Recall "PS" Hnir Tonic. If it does not Wo earnestly solicit a sharo of cure dandruff and grow hair to tho satyour business on a guarantee of satisfaction 6f the user, we will without question or quibble return every cent isfaction. Whlto Bros, Phone. 195. paid us for It. We print this guarnnteo Phone 1S5 and for a trial order of on over?' bottle. It has effected n posiour .lua'less cooking coal. No alack; tive cure lu 1)1 of cnsen where put to a practical test Rexnll "1W" Hulr.Tonle is entirely unlike, and we think, in every particular, better than anything clso wo know of for the purposo for which It Wo urge you to try Is prescribed. -- GOTOthis preparation at our entire risk Certainly we know of no better Rememguarnnteo to glvo you. Cowgill's Drug Store ber, you cnu obtain Rexull Remedies only nt our store Tho Rexall Store. The Hickman Drag Co. Boolp We want every one troubled with Secretary Wilson, of tho department of Agriculture, contemplates special appropriation to be utilized In an extensive and mlnuto investigation of tho reason for the continued and rapid advancement of the price of footstuff. There is a strong and widespread Impression throughout the country. .and "Tama Jim" shares in It, that there is quite a discrepancy between what tho farmer gets for his products and what tho housewlfo in tho city pays for her vegetables, meats, eggs, etc. an unwarranted increase. Somebody seems to bo getting a good rako-off- , and whether or not It Is the middleman or transportation company Undo Sam intends to ascertain. Any fair profit that Is his due, Undo James Wilson Intends tho farmer shall receive, nnd the housewlfo in tho city is to receive tho benefit of tho difference. Although It is too early to announce definite plans, tho expert corps of the Agriculture Department will, in ' tho proposed investigation, begin at tho farm and follow tho produce through Its various channels to its final market. Secretary Wilson Is putting his plans into concrete fortn( and when given tho sinews of war by Congress; tho rumored "food trust" had better take to cover. BUY EARLY! His Useful Work Ended. Mr. O. E. Kubnast, of tho Amorlcan coastwise steamer Cherokee, retired recently from tho business of throwing bottles into the sea. aftor having cast overboard during his career flvo thousand sealed glass receptacles to assist the United States Hydrographlo Bureau In determining the course nnd rate of flow of ocean currents Tho r bottles are cast overboard with a inside, bearing the exact latitude and longitude nnd the date, and also with a request thoj. the Under forward the paper to Washington. The long-es- t drift of any of Mr. Kuhnnst's bot tles was estimated by the hydrograph. Ic office to be 6.000 miles. The bottlo was thrown overboard off tho coast of South Carolina on February .1, 1901, and found l.G'JS days Ihtor on Nassau Island, In tho Bahamas. pa-o- YOUR DRKGIST STOPS THAT ITCH If you arc suffering from Eczema. kind or Tsorlasls drop any other store of Bkln for inInto our trouble, stant reller. Wo, will guarantee you eonds. two to stop that Itch in will prove It A :So trial bottle We have Bold other remedies for Bkln troubles, but none that we could recommend more highly than the welln. known compound of Oil of Wlnter-cree- Thymol and a few other Inhave wrought such Srcdlents thatall over the country compound, known as p. p-This the Prescription, will cool and heal elsa Itchy, burning akin ns nothing on can. Get a rrtmlar bottlo and see y oner, our Tho Hickman Drug Co. no-pa- for your Winter Medicines early. Many a cold and serious sickness has been saved by having just the needed remedy on your medicine shelf at the beginning of winter. No need for Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Gripoe and many other minor ills if you have us supply your medicine shelf. L "Maijler's Candy " For sale at Shop South of W. T. Sudberry's Grocery Freeman Wolverton .ta. -- Cowgill's Drug Store Voto for Miss Virginia Lutcn. i. - t m v'&JS JfW&ffr9' m& AWAKENING OF THE ASIATIC SiANT wmmmmimmmmmKmmmmmammmmmmmK Indigestion causes heartburn, sour nausea, impure blood, and more trouble than many different kinds of diseases. The food you eat ferments In your stomach, and the poisons it forms are absorbed into your whole system, causing many distressing svmotoms. At the first sign of indigestion, try stomach, nervousness, WE NEED M E2 Theriford's Black-Draught the old, reliable, vegetable liver powder, to quickly cleanse your system from these undesirable poisons. Mrs. Riley Laramore, of Ooodwater, Mo., says: "I suffered for years from dyspepsia and heartburn. Thedford's in small doses, cured my heartburn in a few days, ana now I can eat without Try it. distress." Black-Draught, M MONEY BBBBBaSlKE BBBeSbBBPBBBw HRCBBbe3m' BElBlBBBHBBlBB&BBBBBBBEBBBBBfSMBBsS BJMfBJWyHf BBBBBBBBBkSBBbSh BbBBBeBBe9bbv BBBvBbBHVBvVBBSHB Insist on Thedford's AVOID HARSH Many Cathartics MARRIED AT FULTON. Hickman Girl Weds Mayfisld Gentleman. Tho Fulton Leader of Friday says: Mr. B. N. Adama of Mayfield and Miss I. M. Norron, of Hickman, prominent young pooplo In their homo communities, were united In marriage In this city, this morning at 7 o'clock by Esq. J. T. Futrell at his residence In South Fulton. The young people had been engaged for quite a while and on Thursday Mr. Adams boarded a train and went to llickman. The young people left llickman at 10:30 Thursday night, went to Olbbs and boarded No. 10-- for this city. Tho train being late they arrived hero at 2 o'clock this morning. At seven o'clock this morning they repaired to Esq. Futrell's abode and the nuptial knot was securely tied. this The young newly weds lef morning on No. 102 for Mayfleld where they will make their futuro home. They were well appearing young people and a happy future is predicted for them. J WILL MOVE EXCHANGE. The Cumberland Tel. and Telegraph Co., has closed a contract with Judge B. T. Davis for three rooms over the Courier office to which they will move their local exchange In a short time. Their office has been over CowglH's Drug Store for many years, bu they have been handicapped to some extent in handling their terminals at that place. The Home Tele. Co., Is also preparing their new exchange quarters on tho same floor of the same building. It Is a little out of the ordinary to see two opposing companies quartered under the same roof, and we shall be careful lest the local managers get together and come through the floor on our little to the Dowels. If you are subject to constipation, you should s void strong drug and They only give temporary rntunrtii nllcf mid their rcn tlon Is harmful and . sometimes more annoying than They In no wny effect n cure nnd their tendency 1 to weaken the already weak organs with which the come In contact We honestly Mlete that we have the beit constitution treatment ecr devised Our faith In It is so strong that we cell it on the positive guarantee that It xhall not cct the user n cent if It doe not Rive entire satlsfae tlon and completely remedy constipation. This preparation Is called Hcxall Orderlies. Tlie-t- arc prompt, soothing, and most eflettlve In action. They arc t chemlrnl discover? made of a Their principal lupredlcnt Is odorless, tasteless, mid rotorles. Combined with other well known Ingredients, long es tnbllsbed for their usefulness In the treatment of constipation. It forms u tnlilet which Is eaten Just like candy. They may 1m taken nt any time, cither day or night, without fear of their causing nny Inconvenience whatever They do not gripe, purge, nor cause nausea. They act without causing any pain or excessive looseness of the They nr Ideal for children, bowels. Weak, delicate iiersons, and aged people, as well as for tho most hearty person. They coiue In three site packages, 10 cents; 30 tablets. 12 tablets. 25 cents; SO tablets, 00 cents. you can obtain them only The Ilcxall Store. at our store The Hickman Drug Co. . const!-imtlourc-cn- Tnd SORROW BEHIND FOOTLIGHTS Leading Lady Plays at to Cauia Injury Lyric Husband Dead. DRUGS. Saturday night, Just a few min utes after the show began ut the Opera House, news was received berv of the death of tho husband of one of the leading ladles, Mrs. Gladys Young, but tho news was withheld from her until the show was over Mrs. Vouug had gono to Jackson tho day before to the bedside of horhus- band, who was there in an Infirmary, but bad Just returned on 8:30 train Saturday night about fifteen or twon ty minutes beforo tho play begau. and had token her parts. Thinking her husband was better sho had re turucd here to take her part n the plays. The rest of the troop know that the news had boon received, and although n rous nnd broken up over it bad played their parts well on to the end. The 10:30 train was gono when Mrs. Young recehed tho news, but she was hurried to Fulton In Mr Culhano's auto immediately where sho took train to her husband at Jackson. Tho news was a groat shock to her. Mr. --Young had been sick for several weeks with typhoid, but sho thought bim better when she returned hero Saturda night. HARD TO BELIEVE. ' ' Quite a few have respond ed, settling' their notes and ac t t it 4 counts wiLn us, uui wc nave thousands of dollars still due us and (we owe thouands our selves) must insist on your coming forward at once and making settlement. 1 s w- ft .at si am Am i S saa b w a1 a at " bVBB atf sal a T X"V B l afl W S". En "18 I P HICKMAN HDW. CO -- INCORPORATED It is hard to believe that a murderer in Cairo would pay for his crime, but It has actually happened according to tho following special James White, indicted for killing Fred Ottcrbon here In October of last year, was found guilty by a Jury In tho Alexander circuit court Saturday morning, and his purnlshment fixed at life Imprisonment in the pcuiUn-tlarThe Jury was out all night on the case and stood eight to four in favor of hanging until just beforo they reached their vlrdlcL White, who came from Weakley county, Tennessee, was a saloon keeper hero when tne crime was committed. Ho fled after shooting Otterson, crossing the Ohio river In a skiff. Ho was arrested iu Colorado a fow months ago. Former Congressman Rice A. Fierce, of Union City, assisted In tho defense of White, who hud killed two men before the shooting of Otterson. A motion for a now trial will bo argued next Saturday. y. A DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT. LYRIC THEATRE Books Some Good Shows. More Good Ones to "Follow. Nov. U. "The Angel of tho Trail." Nov. 28. "Tho Girl and tie King." . "Tho Belcher Wright Co" Dec. Dec. 29. "Peck's Bad Boy." Jan. 3. "A Bachelor's Honeymoon" Jan. 13. "Thelma." "Yankee Doodle Stock Jan. Oo." Feb. 6. "Weary Willie Walker." 13-1- 7. The Record has Information thet Robert 'Lewis Hammell, aged 25, who Is engaged in opening a farm In Dunklin county, for his father, R. S. Hammell, who lives at Lllbourn, went duck shooting at Clay Root, last Saturday with a companion named Godalr, and as they were about to start home young Hammell suggested that they wait for another shot In a short time a flocko f ducks When Godalr took aim and when in the act of firing young Hammell jumped up in front of him, the load taking effect in the back of his head, blowing off the top of his head. New Madrid Record. lo d. I LEST FORGET... We call your attention to the fact that we carry the larg est line of Heating and Cook .Stoves in West Kentucky or Tennessee. Our line of Cut Glass, Silverware and China can not be duplicated. Prices are right. HICKMAN HDW. CO. M VJ' Regular services at the Church Sunday. Wm. O. Minister. WJ LL RUN FOR 8HERIFF. March 19. "The Girl & the Tramp" March 20. "The Thief." ANOTHER BRICK BUILDING. R. li. Gray Is engaged this week ta tearing down the old frame build-te- g which be uses as a Jjlacksmlth Feb. 29. "Human Hears." Nettleton Shoes Cut for quality-ma- de shop, preparatory to erecting a brick on his lot. Work will begin on tho now struc- ture next Monday. It will be 33x66, asd possibly a two story. Mr. Gray is congratulated on this buildings Jn that block should be re placed by up to date brick or concrete fettlMlngs, and It Is to hoped a start fc&8 bow been made toward that end. ove. Tho whole bunch of frame for thcMan's comfort, economy and good appearance. SPECIAL AGENCY P. B. Henry, bettor known as Pat among his own gender and Mr. Fat among tho ladles, ono of the very best young follows in tho county, tells a Courier reporter that he has lully made up his mind to enter tho race for Sheriff of Fulton county in the coming campaign. Mr. Henry has ovory promlso of being a hard man to beat. He has never beforo asked his party for any j favor never complimented the ladles, kissed the babies or handed out a bad cigar to good voters and ho Is entitled to the consideration of our people. Up to dato thero aro about five embryonic candidates for this office representing State Line, Fulton, Hickman, et al. Put a porous plaster on the chest an.' nko a good cough syrup Internally If you would treat a severe case of sore lungs properly. Get tho dollar size BALLARD'S HOREHOUN SYRUP. With each bottle there Is a tree POROUS PLASTER for the Spld by Hickman Drug Co. . , H. E. CURLIN HOUKK OK QUALITY . foo.-W- W tints Iff ' m praer flfW. w jiwi iw. M4lntl1a'w iiuuiuuntr uuu rurrHti chest J i, per Year In Advance so ri'fl'tloni In ,,,,,,!(.. only It $1 we. 1 OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Slops when yourtlnio li out. we dont be llevp tn forcliiff a paper on anyone. If yon Uo not wnnt to mlii a copy, keeptbe autMcrlp. i.uty um pntxr c"t II So man W i,.i poor loiW'iid ,m niimunt lor n ,,,,,. county that nnd untie ,,,r y" "i New THE HieKMftN COURIER. Volume 52 irj (ii . Local HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, ii i hi , 1911 tion Is Klvcn hero IS dayi abend with tlon paid up. A notice of expira- Number 20 A Blue Mark IM "'! T rniuiiii!,ii:ii I':' r- t l nm '.; ' , nwmmwdfM n$feKfflW in kiiinwiiii.ia.fti.ii.iifi ! '' A Town's i Responsiveness. Xi' 111 I If IMlll I i 1 I . .? &"" &' C'WJ'i'i; nnd tho following ,,. mi uxtrnotii from that article viitih an worthy of serious consider- - , The above Is the bending of nn nr-,i,. in the October number of TOWN .KKLlMI2NT, James Wbitcomb Riley's Last Poem. . .... . 1 i Ill......tr nn ii... tuurucr 01- .. wiiuiBv-i- i uih innu," james Whltcomb Klleyirecontly dictated a povui malntalnliiB thu Immortality of the soul. onftJio occaalon of tho donlh of Ilunjamln S. I'nrksr, nn Indian pout, thu nrih'or of "UMikltiK Towards tn Suiiaat.") uni Mli'll A tow yeara Ko boiiio Waterloo be-I..-I.1 ERE'S one of our regular models in a good raincoat; no frills on it; just a plain, good- long, roomy, WW1! I'M SJiiflWi!JjfUll looking, HT W fAGSXl-everyday raincoat. The special 1 bwalms tnon paid n visit to Hauluikoe, HUnoU, mid there tlmy dm of thu flmmt location In the l for a city, with tnnutii niral l. - You ,rUe advantagea for n manufacturing cour, with iirnotlcally no organ iud effort being put forth to ndvnnco of Kankn- ih- - Indajtrtol development men from Waterloo exclaim tho advantages of ed and tho bill linn railroad fnoll in. which Kankakee has. wo would city at Waterloo." i.ui!4 Kaakflkoo stands idle mid grow a, .lowljr, benuo any ono there Is u trying to make it grow, but le aua H mn't help It." WlMt Uio Waterloo man mount i Uwt th plrll of untorprlM) which. AjItIow chiton manifest In tholr advancement, combined with 'i. frior natural advantages oC K.uikaa, wuld bo ony to make a rh ' ( we hnd lo-'k- aiiR tho MHiR of rnro dollght, " Tta morning and tl days aro long," A morning fnwh uml fntr nnd bright Aa vtr dawnad In happy song; A mdtRt air, and her and tharo Waru tinging bird on mi rays of bloom. And dewy hpIbhiIit rwbaro, And heawily brtitlni of riMo perfume All rapturoua UtliiRs wor In tlio aoug, " Tl morning awl tJw days ar long." Hart Sehaffner rain-proofin- & Marx g water-sheddin- g, process makes it at 0 alngor of tho aong dlWne, Tboiifih now you turn fnoa away With uorar word of me or mine, Nor amlle forever and a day, gueua your meaning, nnd rvjolco In what baa oomo to you the need IkU'oiHl tlia search of mortal olco, And only In the song Indeed With you forever, aa the oag, " Tla morning and the dan are long." W really without impairing in any way the soft luxury of the fabric. It's a good kind of overcoat for every man to own. all-wool i'n'i cr. at - We have l rain-proofe- d over- lnda4rfal center." ih-j- r Tbxm Waterloo men had It rlxht; i iMkspirit ami public appreciation to the growth r. ib KM rw)iiMt ( ny city." Kankaka people know their town adtaBUfeouJly located; they tblnk iht loeUM alune la sufficient; tbtty u do a. feJJ thtrir hands and wait, ara a pttlonl ael they aro atlll alila. and tho factorlea which tho' nt are alo waiting--fo- r an No fyfTPa,'jT Ing ""ki ia?WLPLE " rjaf ??-"- 1"J tCST " coats in several of the good models. You'll find here just what you like. Overcoats $ 8 and up Suits $20 and up 1 nti, mBefrSfltirtHf than IIH4k . cjf In America should mora KanVH? but Kankakee altracta t. tiralty no faoiorie because Itlina no orgaalaad effort In that dlrootlon " AIONH WONT OCTION HI IIJ A CITV." ru- - abor nrtlclo Is n mont atrlck- - illusfffitlon of Iht comparisons untiring efforts of Its peoplo. In spite ii of its disadvantageous location. Hut tween Hickman and oth-- neighboring what that town COULD do. IF" ithad towns. A pronperous public spirited tho river and belt lino1' railroad, cltteen of one of our enterprising Hickman WILL. IX) DECAUSK JtHAS : ti thorn. nelRhborlng towns remarked a IUcktrinii has tho advantago bf..bo-In- g ago, "If my tow n had Hickman's on tho greatest river jOawti, position on the Mississippi rlvtr and llabeUUnoraUxcadwc would, mnkg, iLU,tb'nPflcomwandlk'poUion fo. our town a city of 50.000 In tan that rivor, (the head of deep water, Wo belloo this man was nnd tho great natural harbor basin), years." corrfot, but that enterprising neigh- It has tho belt l.n railroad also nnd boring town cannot possibly hae Uie surrounded by as fertile farming landa benefits of the river awl it Is doubt- ns the junshlncs on, and all Hickman ful If It ever has a boltllne railroad, needs to become a great city Is for but sUII it Is growing, because of tho her people to awake to the necessity that are continually Ixuig dram, r few-day- s .SHtaffl gM jijj I sC2viiiiV lift y Copxriabt llrt Scb&ffDer & Marx Other .good makes of boys' suits and overcoats at prices from $8.50 to $16.50. W i.i 2i n ii Jjjajf Smith &Amberg TOR THE MAN WHO CARES " I & FOR THE MAN WHO CARES Most Youngsters Want Mannish Clothes Clothes that set to their body with tlnsh and style. is, flBCTSi II jBsyH That H II Boy' Clothes. Boy's clothing receives special consideration here. The materials and designs are chosen to meet the vigorous demands of hard, playing lads. If you want the best you want Perfection Boy's Clothes They are not excelled anywhere For good looks and good wear. to sckbcs all the prerequisites for tho making of a metropolitan city, and Just on tho approach of tho opening of the Panama canal, with Its Inestimable boom to Mississippi river traffic, no time should bo lost in perfecting n strong commercial organization, and open an Industrial backed by ovory cltlzon and buJnesa Interest n our town. To know our unequal natural advantages can becomo a barrier In tho way of our success, If we, tliko Kankakee, 111.,) realizing our superior advantageous location, fold our hands and wait for greatness tocorae to us unsolicited for wo can choko, oven our wonderful possibilities with silence, nnd wait on forover for tho ontorprlfcos that would gladly come to us for the asking, while our loss favorably located neighbors, through their energetic effort, oven under difficulties, will pluck tho enterprises that wo should hnvo and could easily get In competition to any of our noigU boring towns, If wo only make tbe effort. Hut Hickman people aro as loyal set ns ever lived and n start Is all that Is required to bring In to action as strong commercial body as any town In tho country can boast of, nnd when thostnrt Is made, watch us break tho record for city building. Our locntlon would bo a powerful factor In tho hands of an active commercial organization, In competing with other towns for factories nnd other Industrial enterprises but "LOCATION ALONE WOUN'T DUILD A CITY." enm-pnlg-- SUSPEND OPERATIONS St. Louis-NeOrleans Boat unusually hot There has been an Stops Running. contest between th planters and tho cotton spinners, over tho price of tho Mannger D. W. Wlsehead, of tho staple, this year, and up to this time Strecktus Steamboat line, writes us the spinners iavo won a decisive that hey have been operating their Heretofore, tho prices have been St. Louls-NoOrleans boat at n governed by tho law of supply and great loss, and will discontinue tho domand. When tho crop was large service for tho present. The beautiful sidewheel Str. Qulncy the prices were low; when the crop was short, tho prices wore high. That was in this trade. Failure to land rule don't seoru to apply now. It Is at smaller cities knocked them out of a question this yoar of the efficien- thousands of dollars in both freight cy of combinations. The spinners ap- nnd passengor business, and seems to pear to have stood together and fixed have been a poor business policy. the prlco they would pay, and tho planters had to sell for what they The Christmas season near at hand could get. When that "high cost of living" We hope the plautors will be able Will bo revised to read Instead: to organize for 1012, and hold their "Tho higher cost of giving." crops at good, fair prices. There was a meeting at New Orleans, of the Governors of eleven Southern States, J. W. Walton went to Martin. Monat which wo hope stops wore taken day. to protect tho planters. It will be A. B. Atherton, who moved from remembered that tho government of Urazll .took a hand for tho coffee pro- Moscow to Cuunlnghom, Ky., about ducers of that country( a few years a year ago, has returned to Hickman ngo, and raised the prices of coffee county and located at Spring Hill where ho has opened a furniture storo from 4c to 13cta per pound. and will do undertaking. According to the Messenger tho firs sleet and snow for tho esensmi 1911-1fell In Mayfiold Saturday morning shortly aftor midnight. Never touched us. 2 PRICES OF COTTON. n. .i i . TTYYTTTTYYTYTTTTTTYTYTTT F. E. CASE & SON Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware, Glassware and Tinware John Joyncr, one of ho older of Obion county, about 72, died at his homo four miles west of Union City Wednesday evening, Nov. 1. citl-ezn- s Suits from $1.50 $10 Overcoats $2.50 to $15 SMITH & AMBERG Is the World Growing Better? Many things ro to prove that It Is. Tho way thousnnds aro trying to help others Is proof. Among them Is Mrs. W. W. Gould, of l'lttsfield N. II. Finding good henlth by taking Electric llltters.sho now advisesother everywhere, to take them. "Kor years I suffered with stomnch and kidney trouble," alio writes "every medicine I used failed till I took Electric Hitters. Hut this great helped mo wonderfully." remedy They'll help any woman. They're ho best tonic and finest llvor and kidney remedy that's mado. Try thorn. You'll see. GOc at Holm & Ellison. s, Tobacco growers 'n tho "Black l'atch" aro holding for nn Increaso of from $2 to 3 a hundred pounds over last season's pricos. Next Saturday you can write tho It will bo con-ur- y data thus boforo the same thing will happen again. "11-11-1- Hi Standard Gas Engine Free Delivery Oil M. B. Shaw went to Mayfiold Fri day to visit his brother, Len Shaw, Mrs. It. It. Burnett Nashville. Is visiting in Phone 183 J i't -- T W fl f,ifi " RODGERS OF NEARS PLIGHT TURKEY Believed APPEALS TO U. S. America Will Be Slow to Act Until European Power Take Notloe. AVIATOR ARRIVES AT PASADENA, CAL., AND IS CHEERED BY THOUSANDS. HAS GONE 4,231 MILES The Old Cabinet Maker says: That you can add to the looks or any room by the addition of an odd chair. We have a magnificent stock of such pieces at odd prices; to inspect our stock is to add one or more of these pieces to Actual Flying Time Hat Been 4,024 Minutes Started September 17 Bad Luck at the Beginning. Pasadena, Cal., Nov. 7. Aviator C. P. Hodgers has formally completed t flight of more than his 4,231 miles, which took htm tha actual flying time of 4,924 minutes There were about 20.000 persona here to rcet the blrdman as he soared Into sight after completing tho most remarkable feat that has ever been accomplished by man In hi con quest of the air Left September 17. Rodgors left New York September 17 and practically concluded his Jour ney at 4 10 o'clock Sunday afternoon, The time would have been much bet ter had It not been for the many do tours which were made In order to avoid dangcrouR places, and the wind at times droe him from his course Tho formal completion of his flight will consist of flying out over the Pacific ocean and thereby accomplishing the feat which many other aviators have tried, hut never succeeded fn doing But twenty miles INCOrtPORATVD now Intervene between Hodgers and the ocean, and the flght will he the Next Door to Post Office easiest he has had to accomplish UNDERTAKERS Hodgers' flight across the continent was the most remarkable feat In the history of aviation Me started from the raco track at Sheopshead Bay, N. Y., at 4 p m., Sunday, September 17, In a Wright biplane, being the third aviator to enter the contest for tho $50,000 prize offered by William It. Hearst for a successful coast flight. lie had two opponents at tho tlmo jS.ak.-'Cv tvrft aPXlOJPXT ho began his long journoy One of by buying direct from the Mill. I manufacture the best shinglrs in ihr them, Hobort O. Fowler, had started from San Francisco at 1:37 p. n, State. All are almost half an inch thick, ani guaranteed. Monday, September 11 Fowler did not get out of the state of California. Best Heart Shingles, per An accident at Colfax, Cal., 156 miles from San Francisco, nearly cost him " Best Prime his life, and his machine was so badly damaged that repairs from tho " " Economy factory were necessary before bis, waitflight could be renewed. Kept in stock at at my place in West Hickman, or may be had at Mill at ing sixteen days and not After able being Tyler. Ky. to surmount the mountains after sev eral trial flights Fowler abandoned tho contest on September 30. Me The other contestant, James J Ward, started from Governor's Island, N. Y., at 9'9S a. m., Wednesday, 8ep tomber 13. Engine trouble was Ward's greatest setback but be was alro hampered by severe storms. He sur rendered at Addison, N. Y , on SepJan. 1 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY tember 22, having flown approximately 300 miles before ho gave up the undertaking. Obstacles assailed Hodgers at the very flrst. At MIddletown, N. Y., on the second day, Monday, be crashed into a tree while attempting to ascend, and the plan was so badly wrecked that extensive repairs woro necessary from the Wright factory at Dayton, O. coast-to-coas- All good values and very especially priced, as we realize how badly your home. Washington, Nov 7 Tho question of Inter entlon by tho United Stntes at Trliwill (n iifiin lh ImrhnrllleM nrac- tlccd by Italian soldiers was put up to President Tnft following tho appeal of Turkey for aid Though the appeal from Turkey came vlrtunlly In tho of a demand, mado In the name of humnnlty, to stop the atrocities at Tripoli, It is bellowed this couutry will bo slow to act. The state department hesitates to tnterfero In an European situation un- after tho powers moro directly In- have taken such action as they see flL Aaslm, the Turkish foreign minis- tor. sent two cablegrams to the am- hero, the second one bassador amounting virtually to a demand for Doth communications Intervention were submitted to Acting Secretary of Stnte Adco, as Secretary Knox U awny from Washington In each case tho ambassador described In detail the acts contributed to tho Italian troop and protested In the name of humanity against barbarities Inflicted upon helpless women and children nnd nonenmbatants by the Infurlnted Italian soldiers. Tho practice, he declared, were In violation of the rules of warfare, and In contravention of the Hague convention, to which tho United States and Italy are parties. Phono f VEGETABLES perhaps be surprising to It may PRODUCE many people to learn that tho United c. II. moohc States produces almost ver variety FRUITS ! of precious stone from diamonds down. Tho stones produced In this country last yenr had u value of 2!5.797, agulnst lf.34.SS0 In 1909. ac LOHGNEDKER corning to an auvnuco cimpivr "mineral resource of the United Veterinary Surgeon States" on the production of gems ' nm precious stones In 1910. by Doug-forGraduate of Chicago Vet. ftg y Just published by tho j College 189J. l!nUw smm OooIoKlcnl Survey. T,' ltainnU- - produced In thlscouu Olfire nl Sieve Stuhr's liver) ll.un try. In 1910. came from Arkansas nnd UOTH PHONES California, the output of Arknnmis mounting to about 200 stonoa. Rctldence Phone, Cumb 194 oral diamonds wre nlco found In Cnl- weighs Ifornln last jear, ono of which n,10Ut hn,f n carnt mloUlor u... Calls prcmptlv answerrd night n , day. Satisfaction guaranteed T, ,ft,tr DIAMONDS IN ARKANSAS. 11.0. , . stnu. I ,, """'' U'" flaw,M- with n tinge of yellow. A. E DoDow. ; B,0,,' Tax one of our voloron business men, who has leon slqk for weeks, Is not much Improved. Notice, P.iy your State, County and Scboo, taxes now ad savo costs of coliw Miss Tholln, daughter of Mr. nwl tlnn. (loalder Johnson Mrs. AIox Barnes, is the proud Sheriff. Fulton Com ; vr of a diamond ring given awuy Saturday night by Culhane's CorneliPhone 195. ans. MADERO TAKES OFFICE you need them. coast-to-con- President, at Brilliant Inauguration, Says Strife Will End In Threo Months. City, Nov. 7. With all tho th gliut ot nrms and the Mare ot trumpets tto beloved by tho Lan races, Francisco I Madura. Jr. wa inaugurated prosldutit of the He-p- i bile of Mexico amid the cheers of thousands who lined the streets to to watch the carriage pass It Is probable that never In history has a provident of a country of such ulie as Mexico, a ruler chosen by the people, ascended tho seat of government amid so much confusion an exists In Mexico Alleged conspirators in thrwo different plots today are lodged In prisons throughout tho county. Gen. Bernardo Iteyes, the aged idol of a portion of the populace, is In exile In Sen Antonio awaiting only tho fulness of tho tlmo to step forward and lead a countor revo lution against the man who over threw Diaz; Guatemala, on tbo sou threatens a war, and the treasury la well nigh bankrupt uut. in spite of aii these obstacles, Madera assumed tho reins with good Kiace ar.d promised peace to Mexico Mexico . cer.-iiioio- WG&r a crfCTV oj- - Tft) n7a ant HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. W flOt 7 'irk r yv. 3 i SHINGLES AT MILL PRICES -- fiJP the FOUNDATION V THE ivrmTiT.Tnvr EVERY MATrYTOME IS .A BANK AGiCOtiNT Cop right IWV lot. iKiRMrnun 1,000 $3.00 ' 2.65 2.00 Don't Place Your Order Until You See fWOINDEATHjAGREEMENT Man c. H. SMITH and Woman Take Poison anJ Then Drown In Long Island Sound. 7. a man and woman who went fishing together from llye wero found In Long Island sound The coroner believes that tho couplo agreed to kill themselves, as traces were found of poison In the stomachs of both. Tbu boat was found rlghtslde up without water lu it. indicating that the coupls took poison und then jumped overboard Detective Kills One; Wounds Another EvaiiHville, Ind , Nov. 7. William was Hliot nnd Instantly J "ii.-r- s killed ami llolicrt Finley was wound-fatally hy William Wilson, tbo o'davt member of the city detectlvo (one Wilson sa)s ho acted In Hnisfi&jenrB old and served In the Union unny Finley says Walters an4 he started to pass Wilson, who was talking to another mnn aud that they accidentally Jostled him, ii l, i! that Wilson became angry aud pullrcl his revolver. d self-(Wo- New York, Nov. Tbo bodies of JL been entirely eliminated, and this can only be done by means of a bank account. You should acquire one, and once started you will be surprised how easily and rapidly it grows. . 1 1 1 1VJO true happiness can ever come unless the fact of possible dependency has The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. pill A "BANK ACCOUSt IS A CHEAT INCEN JIVE TO THE IIUST TOU-RJ Evidence of Plumbing Trust Sought. San Francisco, Nov. 7. United States Special Agent Joseph Darling is In San Francisco, supposably to Investigate an alleged combination of Pacific coast plumbing supply dealers. Flvo lndcpendont Arms have filed a formal complaint with the department of Justice charging that nine firms havo combined with large eastern concerns to prevent local firms purchasing direct from the manufac- U UV ' VVt Ml.! 'M turer. Boston Hotels Rejects Bibles. Boston, Nov. 7. Managers of threo largo IJoHton hole' have refustd to allow Gideons to place Bibles in their Seven thousand Bibles hostelrles have been distributed, however, to other hotels here. 1 I Til US TO DAT ASD TOV'LL FIND IT TOVKSELF PROVISO T EVE-KT IH t AJ BUSINESS .OPPOR UN PRESENTS ITSELF. It Til Ship Founders, 22 Lost. I.ondon, Nov. 7. The Groek steamer LonlOH Bjron, from Thcodosla for Antwerp, foundered In the Dngllsh of the channel In a gale. Twenty-twcrew of 25 were lost. The throe saved were picked up by tho Dutch steamer Orotlus. For the Composing Room in a printing house electric light is the HICKMAN BANK AND TRUST CO. gryq50.0 00gg.S;y 320Qgg Walter Sanders, porter for tho I. C, Susan 1) Melon, an asylum patient, shot and killed Ida Gardner, nt Ful- at Ilopklnsvillc, died at the Institution ton. After killing tho victim, Sanat an early hour Thursday morning. ders turned tho pistol on himself nnd Erysipelas was tho cause of death. ended his life. Both nro negroes Tho cause of the crime Is not known. Tip, K At. Mrs. Melton was 75 years old aud was Crnlphflelil finent Hnvnrnl Mo days- - last week at Caruthcrsvlllo, sent from Grates county for treatment about a year ago. Sho has a bon, John Melton, living nt Fulton. Irregular bowel movement lend to chronic constipation nnd a constipate-hnbl-t fills tho system with Impurities. IIUIU3INE Is a great bowel regulator. It purifies tho system, vitalizes tho blood and puts tho digestive organs In flno vigorous condition. Prlco COc. So'd by Hickman Drug Co. Parker Ilalney, wlfo and baby aro now residents ot Hickman. Mr. Hainey has accopted a position with Schmidt, tho tailor. See Our Agent Saad Salamy for high grade COAL OIL and GASOLINE Lowest prices and prompt delivery. Absolutely uniform. CUve XJm m, Trll Saved Child From Death. "After our child had suffered from severe bronchial trouble for a year," wrote C. T. Hlchardfcon, of Ulchard-Ban'- s Mills Ala., "wo feared It had consumption. We tried many remedies without avail, and doctor's medicine jeeineU as useless. Finally wo tried Dr. King's New Discovery, and are pleased to say that ono bottle effected a completo cure, and our child Is again strong and healthy." For coughs, colda, hoarseness, lagrlpp asthma, croup and sore lungs, Is the most lntalllblo remedy that's nmdo. Prlco SOc and 11.00. Trial hottlo free. Guaranteed by Helm & Ellison Try our washed cooking coal. Uniform alia lumps; no dust and dirt. fr. A. Part. 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. "House of Quality." Vff gunrftntnn Kerythlnr Hickman Ice Coal Co. t. DiLijoisr, avrx-(Incorporated) a"- an-.- , . H. E. CURLIN "Homo of Quality." INDIAN REFINING CO. EVAN8VILLE Stop coughing! you rack tho lungs "Dread In Old Kentucky" high rat nnd worry the body. UALLAIID'S ent Margaret flour. Bettor than others Whilo eating oysters Saturday night HOKKHOUND SYItUP checks Irrltn-tion- s & heals tho lungs aud restores but costa no more Betters ortb Miss Docln Carpenter found a pearl breathing. comfortablo Price 2Dc, Pruthor. that Is thought to be a very valua C0c and $1 00 per bottle Sold by tho ble stono. Sheet Muale at Fetho A French's. Hickman Drug Co. I KENTUCKY Who Fills Your 8TATE NOTES. Items Gathered From Over Tho State. prescriptions ? Often the life of a patient may depend upon the accurate filling of the nttending physicion's prescription. You cannot afford to run any Knowledge, experience, precision, judgment are all risk. essential qualifications to the pharmacist. J For the sake of yourself and your dear ones you should insist upon having nothing but competent service. Then you will feel that the physician's orders are being strictly followed. Guesswork or carelessness may prove fatal. We have all the requisites for compounding prescriptions. Our drugs are pure, and we have the professional skill which will insure exact compliance with your physician's directions given in his presciptions. J Frankfort, No uslgnment of salary before It Is earned can bo made by a fireman In a city of tho first class under a decision of the court of appeals Tho court holds that a fireman Is n public officer. Tho decision was banded down in tho case of Adolpb Yy'K nevortry to make our offerings appear any betbcnmitt, auditor of tho city of Louis- ter than they are. We realize that If ad vertlalnic vine, ugalnst .Martin Doollng. William la to pay tii It munt above all bo truthful, no that the Sabrle, William Welsslnger and Jo more you Investigate what wo advertise, tliosurer yon seph Ulndner, tho enso being appealed will lierome that you can always depend upon what from the Jefferson circuit ronrf. way In our ad j. The firemen assigned their salaries ror July, 1911, to Simons & Co., but later in July served notice on tho auditor, Schmltt, that tho assignment wag void. Simons &. Co. gave bond, However, and tho nudltor gavo them House of Quality the warrants for the pay according to the assignment. Tho firemen brouglit suit to comK)l tho nudltor to Issue their warnints for their July salaries, and tho circuit court decided In their favor. Tho court of appeals LADV ATTEMPTS SUICIDE Mrs. Bert Wallace Swallows upholds that judgment nnd directs ho nudltor to Issue warrants to tin Carbolic Acid. We Depend Upon Simple Truths Plainly Told To Interest You H. E. Curlin I i.re-me- n. HELM & ELLISON The Nyal Store. Decision Affecting WHY NOT GET THE BEST THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING ? If your denier doesn't handle it, write for prices. Hickman Wagon Co. Incorporated tllCECiM-rYl- N KBNTUOKY DR0WNSVILLE. llHbUird Hat WUItams In on ..nt Mr. Ardeil Jnhnnon are 1. in Mmphtj. Wrtjjht and wife woro In TMiKlajr. the wik Wllltaujs Mra. II. I Mr. and have rcturntd from a vtofc to Hards-lawArk, Carr vUtted hor sinter, v ltrMM((iril Inst wcuk. ' Wider II. II. Drake fflted hta regular appotHtfeent at Urowmivltte Baptist liiui Itowlurnrtt, of Jordan, church Sunday. lMk Cumplxtll Sunday. Htvto WltHmns and Tom Benton Cntupboll and HuuIqo cbhm up Sunday from Crattw leading m Ihrton City Hriday. in, to rtalt honwolko. ' xilltn. of Utrfon OKy, was tho Mr. Kd Wbb and cousin, Mls AiHkm Mary Atusrbarry 8un de Van, of Union Oly, vlaltad Mr. Sam Wbb and wlfo Tuesday. iracbrra had a bad tlmo for ' i iiMvtiDK Saturday on account of Saturday afternoon the Sana Furltl mi Ctub wbm orgnl"d at the homo of ' mem-tie- r ICuta Johnson and brother, ah- - MIm Anna I. mi Ixldn Sou-united Aim. Naylor Saturday were enrolled. Dainty rofwh-HMUti Sutniny. were raned and n most enjoyable nflrnon wan spent. The next ! ralurned homo from Lox-"be hM at Anltn Dodds, Nday. He has Como homo meettnK will November 18th. ' i wt Thanksgiving. i nnt i IV-ll- a -- i ' n ln a AtJ "' I Ada Johnson nnd Mra. A. 0. N..inmoo of Fnrngould, Ark., are White IJros. thiir nnrH, Mr (1 V Whip-- i ii' r State Mno and presbor. Mm Mach farmer think eutUnK down tho coUon acreage U Jutt tho thing for the other fellow. '' Phono 105. i ,,,11 Cleaners deciding a case from Henderson, holds thnt where a city council gives nn ordinance Its first passage nnd then falls to get enough votes to give It the second passage, the council may, In a reasonable time, reconsider the vote by INSTALLING NEW PUMP which tho ordinance faded to pass the Deep Well No. 2 Soon to second time. The validity of tho orDe Connected With Mains. dinance Is not affected by tho failure to pass at Its second rcaClng. Tho court hero says two months Is a reaThe long looked for new pump for sonable tlmo In which to reconsider tbHickman Ice & Coal Company's such matter by tho council. iw deep woll hns nrrlvcd nt last and Is now being connected up with A ih- - nty water mains. Tho dapper llttlo traveling man This Hiinp has a capacity of f20 glanced at tho menu card, and then kbIIi iih of wiiicr per minute, nnd Is looked up at the pretty waitress. "NIco capable of holding u pressure on tho It Is," day, llttlo one," be began. "Yes, sho answered, "and so was yesihbIiih or 10 iwiunds. It will be lo- - terday, and my namo Is Nina, and I tilHl st, feet down In the new woll, know I'm a llttlo peach, and have which Is about 060 foot In depth. protty brown eyes, and I'vo beon hero The pump Is 14x8x10, weights oer qulto awhile, and I like the place, and don't think I'm too nlco a girl to be l.ooo pounds. The Hickman Ice & Coal Co. real- working In a hotel; If I did, I'd quit my job, and I don't know If there Is a ised that a new well wns necessary to show or danco In town and If give the very host water service to thcro Is I shall not go with you, and their imtroiw, with this end In view, I'm a respoctable girl, and my brother auk tho now well during the past Is a cook In this hotel, and ho weighs summer. Not that tho old woll was 200 pounds, and last week ho wiped running short nor that tho supply out the dlnlngroom floor with a fresh traveling man who tried from it was not good but tho enormous quantity of water used In the to make a date with mc. Now, what'll you have?" Tho dapper llttlo travelmanufacture of Ico mnde It necessary ing man said he was not hungry and a to turn It back Into the well( which cup of coffco and soma hot cakes kept tho water more or less 'stirred would do. Then thero be those who up." say women need protectors. Such a Hereafter wo will have fine water tongue Is sufficient. and an abundnnco of it thanks to tho generous polloy of tho local com- Strikingly Successful. Thoro was a prosecuting attorney pany. whoso methods wero so dramatic and uniformly successful that he not only Jim Darken hns received word became tho terror of ovlldoers, but an object of admiration, especially among from A. S. Barkott thnt ho is enrouti tho negroes. Upon retirement from homo from a year's visit In Judidlt. olllco he was at once sought by those Mr. Bar charged with crime. Tho first two Mnrgeon, Syria, Turkey. ketl and family woro in Franco at th" cases which ho dcfenJcd resulted In ont. War convictions, much to bis chagrin. An Umo tho mowMiRo was broke out between the Turks and old negro who had watched his proseItalian about tho Umo Barkett hod cution In admiring wonder and looked on with equal wonder when he conplnniied to loato Turkoy, nnd his reladucted tho defense, accosted him just whether tives hore woro doubtful after his dofeat, and said: Ik) ablo to got out of Uoruitt "Marso Karle, you sho is a wonder. until the disturbances hnd subsided No matter which side you's on they go They will probably reach home th' to tho pen just tho same." last of next week( and tho man friends of this iopular West Hickman No Time to Attend. Tho Governor has declined an ingrocery man will wolcomo them back vitation to meet tho governors of all again to tho best town In the best tho Southern states in Now Orleans on state and nation on earth. October 31, to consider matters of Importance to tho cotton growers. Tho meeting Is regarded as an Important Mr. Carl Townsond roturned to ono to tho states which grow cotton, Hounduwav. Missi after visiting his but as Kentucky grows no cotton. Gov. Wlllson found ho would not have time parents, Mr. nnd 'Mrs. J. A. to attend. - Frankfort The court of Ordinances. apjKsals, In young matron Bert Wallaco , a well known of the lower end of the county in the Sassafras IUdge neighborhood, attempted to take her life during a fit of despondency Saturday night by swallowing a quantity of carbolic acid. Her act wns discov- -' ered by relatives shortly after she had taken tho poison and by heroic effort her life was- saved. Although In a serious condition, it is thought she will recover. Mrs. Wnllnce is tho wlfo of Bert Wallace, tho young man who shot and killed Oscar DIggs at a dance In the lower bottom last year. Dlggs will be remembered as having died at the InClede hotel In this city a after tho shooting. Wallaco has been out on bond slnco be got into thl.? trouble, but is said to have become Intoxicated a short tlmo ago, causing more disturbance, nnd his bondsmen have surrendered him to ' the county authorities. unhappl-nesThis, with other domestic probably drove Mrs. Wallaco to her rash act. The lady is well thought of by the people of the community In ' which sho resides, and much regret Is felt over the affair. .Mrs. few-days, The Hippo You get you pay for in medium grade cheap shoes. or at $5.00 and $6.00 the pair represents service just what SYCAMORE CHAPEL. Ilaln has stopped cotton picking for n few dnys. Mrs. Bell Pointer visited her son, Harry, last week. Cotton picking will soon be over. What is not picked is falling off. Mr. and Mrs. Darnell, of Troy, visited Mr. Keadmour and family last S4& Most Styles $5,00 Dull Leather and Tans week. Mrs. Jim Junes, of Brownsville, has been visiting hor son, Jessie, for tho past week. Dove Marrow, ono of the bottom's best hustlers, Is gathering nnd hauling corn this week. Mrs. Tt. C. Adams nnd two daugh-treMisses Alex and Hazel, left Monday night for Hoswoll, N. M., where they will probably resldo In tho future. The change was made. In the s, your money's worth and lasting good lookc. Retains the shape until the last day's long wear. Let as fit you in a pair today $4.00 hope of benefiting the health of Miss Alex, who is threatened with tuber culosis. Daughters of Confederacy wlltiueet with Misses Bettlo and Allle Dodds next Tuewlay afternoon at 3 o'clock. Is requested. A largo attendance Smith & Amberg i JUST ARRIVED Another Shipment of Can Not Attend. Convicts could bo employed on the roads in Kentucky, if tho constitution should bo amended, and In thnt way Kentucky could havo the best roads of any stnto In the Union. The material Is at hand In nearly every county In tho stote, but tho money to employ men to uso tho material is not always available. Ladies.... Delegate Named. Frankfort. The governor has appointed Capt. H. C. Tcrrlll, of tho State university, a delegate to tho meeting of the American Hoad Builders' association, to bo held In Rochester next month. Gov. nnd Mrs. Wlllson will entertain tho judges of tho court of nppeals nt dinner, with Mrs. I.uko Blackburn, wlfo of a former governor, ns tho guest of honor. Mrs. Ulackburn will be the guest of Gov. and Mrs. Wlllson for several days. Sho is greatly beloved In Frankfort, where sho is well known. Mrs. Ulackburn Is remarkably well preservcdT for one of her years and still rotalns all the brightness of mind and tho ready wit which made her a favor-It- o when sho was In the mansion as tho wife of Gov. Ulackburn. Guy Toudln, a Mississippi county no gro, was killed nt Indianapolis Friday but tho Information did not state definitely just how. It is supposed ho was killed In a fight. Guest of Honor. Suits and Coats Very Stylish, and prices Very Reasonable. Call and see them. K VVe If' WjT A ri Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co. Incorporated. Save from ono to two dollars a thousand on your shingles by buying SHOOTING LICENSE. direct from mill. C. M. Yates Shlngl All sportsmen In Tennessee should, Co. before the open season on quail, 1, WANTED: Elm timber; will pay which Is November 15 to Mnrch take out a resident shooter's license. $9 per thousand at mill In East Hick-runHickman Coll Hoop Co. tfc This license costs $3, expires July 1, thus giving tho whole of tho shooting Mrs. W. R. I'hlpps and sister, Miss season. l.uclle, returned to Union City, MonTho resident shooter's llcenso law day. Is very plain, and provides that any one holding tills license may shoot on tho lands of another upon verbal EISiaM5J5I3EIHISISiaiSI5Eiai5ISEIS!SEISJaiaE permission. Without this llcenso uny one desiring to hunt or shoot upon tho lands of another, or enter thereon with dogs or guns, must first obtain written permission of the owner of the land. Persons who shoot or go upon another's land with dogs or guns without first having obtained this written permission, violate tho law, and are subject to nrrcst nnd We have just received a handsome a fine of $25. line of Cut Glass, including new patWe presumo this applies to our terns never before shown in Hick- sportsmen who hunt on tho lake. man, and by all odds the prettiest and richest rutting we've ever shown Tho Baptist ladles will have a salo The prices, however, are no higher and market on Wedno8dayi Nov. 2!), than charged for older patterns. for tho benefit of tho church. All You are cordially invited to call the ladies are requested to assist In and see this line, whether yos care this matter. A meeting will be hold this afternoon at the homo of Mrs. to purchase or not. B. F. Gabby to determine the place of holding the sale, ec. n. i ' New Things In Cut Glass it i i & BROOKS Vi FOIt SALE: Ono horse, 4yrs old The Jeweler nnd ono mare f yrs old. Will sell Next door to Montgomery' ono or both. H. H. HARDING, Hickman, Route 2. ltp SSiaE33SlSI5!SESSrarai3EJ3I31E'SJS'2!SiSI3 Mrs. M. A. Ramage oxpocts to begin building n handsomo now residence In a short time. It will bo located on tho site of thoir old home, on Troy avenue. 'N rf J )H fi The Courier's Weekly Scrmo ' V cNg Loafing ".& .--. 1- i - ft jj 1 Ey. Lump Coal The Everything You Want lly I'AhTOll III bhKI SU I T A-f- SI.-- &-?- a JecSt viif"? iSH.H- - : ffifc ; On the Job 4S : ' ; ; ; : ; III Christ Telephone orders receive our personal attention. Ion the iioiwe of fennnta tn the home of ons (licit III. A. 0 Thene iit I'enteetKt (Minnie rertllr. olllrlnllv UIl'l one Miuho "i the hurch of Christ. things uhlcli up Hiitnuiituii.v ilt'iulli- -t were lurltoil n uk lit to hate to he lwitlFiil Into tnetnlierMhlp In tho done." All agree I'xsh of ( UrlHi the t'liiireh. "John Phone 74: to this nml ngree UaHUm' wuh wot preirhed to tlieni Rnih Vhnncc Ho. 73 IOK KU5SEU) also that v"wo tHHaue lht dkl not iM'lone to the hae bel I e oil holy nation which orlarltiallv wim "Imp u.uiy things wbUh we ouKUt not to Used Into Mienw In thoaeo and cloud have lielieved and Iin left uubelleved The (lentlle on the itiiitrMry. were niuuv thing which we ought to lmo illiits. "trnwaerx. to the oniinuiiwenllIi secssaa wsrwv 1)0 levpj" Hltlll Castor Ittlssell. af Israel Thev were not in come. Into Saner Views Now Held Christ. UiniUKli Mas" hut to t Chrwtlnu lllples Htlll theoretically dlnx It) Into Chrtil KSTAIII IHIIK1' IW it iii it iterybody not Immersed in Gentiles Oaptiied Into Christ t r is iill in sin aud bound fur TOM DILLON, St., Prop. Tlio true theory u! Il'tlin Attorney-at-La- w i.ri ii torture, although this Is uot ixrlude xalnllv MetlnMlltK. dues not Trexhy 'Hiirrvswir to II. CI. ItAiniuanr. dcfra.r.1 f their . Iilnc. Our llnp- je ct Notary Public and terlan. ConimKntiNiillti. l.uiherHna I lint only Kt frit iH tin longer lietieve I i e whu hHve lieen lmmtrd In va Cnthollrs. fmm the on. true ruin h Will practice in all Courts nliMi is the IUmIv- of Chrtxl . neliher ti r (iiitiiiite the one "Church of the low It admit to UWIHlnH-nhlin the Fir? iBftEfinff' of the State. iiiln (kkI wbuxe names are written In true Chun h acl ww all wtm twe lieeii Im i Hnd I but them' nkine will lie ieM sasfiifaawisf.aaaai XCy. XXlolK.-txa.nxa.' eerthele. till Is tlll the lniermil Into wiitec Water IiiiiihtkI.iii tmfeJ.v the .imi1m1 or ptctiire of the 1i n t tlnsjrj. hiiiI for this ronton CURDING, STONE WORK OF a: : Stables should be cleaned daily iiutnorplutt. In ortler to tn- - mem :iU ur frleiuN Ktlll Invite only the real KINDS, IRON FENCING of the live weight o About one-haisiuce wiui Ikts of Ctirit metttlier of the I luir h amerced lo the Iin' Supter. Hv- the bog Is water. Judge B. T. Davis Jently the ApMtoIIi tenrhlng of Itajv- - whlih Is the UmIj of CbrVt we Hunt Hickman, KcntucKv Millet straw Is not a good feed for, 'is-i- i nt hwt Human Npeculatlon nml ' IWBerist I'ifn Mini out not lir wa r lnimrrlHi llisirken lo 'Ii,- VVWV4WMNVMWAVV oowg and horses. tlKiirtex liNtiiMl It In ruhtiith. In Ter- "le'n ittein.ii mum ..f tmi n Sheep respond to cheaper foods lliiliHn'M (lav tbo tlew nre- any live stock we fatten. vallitl. that water Imiilhra rleaned were Ini'ttrcii min J..n hrtt unto quicker than oieiutwhHi in lli tml the I'luir ti You can make a pound of pork or from ln At that time It wn tmt were wisrr Hit it'tth ' i(n half the feed that you can a pound of t Hrtxnif haptlani until denth Oka n v. 1 i 4 QUR TIME, beef. ni to ii. nfMr that all hIb iifHV . Into l'hrH's dwlli tmr Ini Hogs maybe produoed to run to aa ! to dnte mleht be ivaiheil uwtiy knowledge ')c:in nl'h lh- EOO age of 18 months and weigh 4S0 to ni. ration of ' I lni It In day and experience Tni-aril's our liearta our all ' I. iter nt pounds. Ft XuKimtlne with a here (!h1 ibrowch hrtt an efts the Good grass serves as a relish and in the printing re-l!lon- . nblcli swept ever HICKMAN, KENTUCKY appetiser to hogs of all ages and con. tiliiK iMrforr It MH claim irn more iwfi ratine and wr ire rei L'wnl business. Iwd mninlln to the tteti ansl besioi dltlons iiirly that of the Itplt". that only ten of law llo's Strtrtt to stivshn of Replace that old lot of raxor-bsc- k li t'hureb would Ite wived from eter-m- l nillMUTOIlH bogs with a boar and several sows oil torture nml that baptism I the Ife a New CrvutnriM hi t'hrUt. When IU M. IHI.KH "be last hnrnilMr of tlil J.J.ailOMlUltANT pure breed. , 'ixir Into the Cbtirrh Thereafter In OhH). ll.TIIHHl.K-MI.- ft II. T. HAVtH When you are in need of sometittle fieri" Mtiiti twve Into Grass serves as a tonic for the brood Nut lmmeniln lnamr impular. HUItllAUll Iir.J.M. thing in this line t. A.i.nnroitii lealb the lptlnt sow, the boar and the fattening bog IIK.SHV HANOKIt Iit' r our Itoinaii Oa I hollo friendx I'hrVM'a ilMth will of -tlte Chlirrti Into In- iiMH)4elel and as well as the growing pig lei'lnred Itniwer'ldn unneceinry that DON'T FORGET THIS iH It should bo clearly understood that few dn-of w.Jer would le equally iu the faithful ours ' will lawn alinre Wc combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, nnd "III rxiirrtitloi' to rlcy ttonor theprinclples of feeding apply alike til lo'ix fin proteetlon ngalnxt the offer our depositors die most liberal treatment consistent lud Immortatltv "the llrt tor chteO lrw or to horses, hogs and poultry lurtMre. Sentiment ran with sound banking. Nearly all the care sheep need In xtnuiir that It berame the oiMtoni 'esurrecltmi "Ilk deith" vm CiffereBl from the a ttrlnkllni; ef an untMim the winter Is to keep them well fed r. death of others in that lie ilht not die INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS and keep ofT the rain and scow , ti ui it ntrrn if there were nny fear is a "tinner tttit a a SacrtBt e " Our A variety of food is bettor for most 'i t It wHild iv. ii Imp iMirti alive -- ASK FOR RATES- Mug Im'tttaed Into dmlh nlgnltles of the animals on the farm because l( J J. O. IIONI'l'ltAST. rrrtlclrnl J A TIIOMfHO.N. Iu.hu "John's Btptism" Not For Us that tlio Church nlao die. not aa sin II. C IIAMAUK stimulates appetite and aids digestion. Att Cthlr lie, itlimlng uii the itieorie of the ocra, but as wirrttice. Cottonseed will furnish" protein at iiil e i mI ieofHe itMMtid return ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH lower cost than oil meal and is better .i itio liKtnudoiiH trtven liy the Uird adapted for use with ensilage than oil li't i'ie Services: iMle. A eareful examlna- - DON'T EXPERIMENT. meal Hlnsrie reference to In- i.m "Iiowh Hot Every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. You Will Make No Mistake If It has been demonstrated more thast i tit l:irtlui in tli Vew reHtMiiient 1A aa, . j JUJ Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday. once that It pays well to keep sheep, You Follow This Advise. n the iniitrary ol lnlevrH were on the genoral farm, provided they are to lie nMtliiel. ni kept well W. J. McMURRY iinti iMtriR are tinted, --Jotin'a No or neglect your kldnoys. If oil cake Is not too high. It will be ' X I'hMi 4 ixt Chrtutt Phe "i was Attorney-at-Lafound a paying Investment when two H id i cm i. -- inn f niim mid flrt nv If )ou have pain in tho back, uri4 -- ATti was per sheep are fed to " i' ' ty it ulirll Jewn nary disorders, dlxlnesa and nervous-no&Office In LaClede Building on corner. or three ounces '" nil ! w the stock dally It's time to act aud no time to Hickman, Ky. Bradley & Parham's It is folly to expect the calf to be, cxperimonL These are common sympWe are authorixed to announce better than his aire any mo.e than you toms of kidney trouble and you should oan expect a stream to rise higher DR. C. M. CRUTCHFIELD Basket leaves every Virginia Luten seek a remedy which Is recommendthan its source Dentist ed for tho kldueyn. Forage crops enter largely Into the Tuesday afternoon a candidate for Superintendent of Davidson's old stand. Phone No. 2. economical production of pork, and al. Doan's Kidney Pills la tho remedy Schools of Fulton County, subject to falfa alone has almost revolutionized Hickman, Ky. to use. It baa cured many stubborn the action of tho Democratic party, Best Work Lowed Prices ' the business of bog raising on sos In this vicinity. Election Nov. ?, 1911. A thrifty, growing hog that Is not Can Hickman residents demand furvery fat will contain proportionally HICKMAN FURNITURE O. ther proof than tho following testl Funeral Directors and Embalmera. more water than a hog that Is very tnonlal? fat or In prime condition for market. Phone 20 day or night. Mrs. J. L. Jonos, N. Eighth St. OF MANY JABOTS FANCIES Hickman, Ky. Mayfleld, Ky., Baja. "It was five j ears ago that I first used Douii'a Innumerable Uses to Which Thla Ef. Kidney Pills, and was cured of an feotlve Decoration la Now THE ELECTRIC STUDIO When purchasing silver-Wa- re Being Put. attack of kidney complaint which had Everything In Photography Before taking Lydia CPinkham's annoyed mo for bo mo time. Today remember that in Not the heaviest material or the Vegetable Compound. Style, Quality and Prices Right I cau etato that during tlio yearn silver plate no name stands coarsest weave la considered unsuitNext to Price House which hau elapsed since this cure Xntick, Mass. "I cannot express able thla year for the Jabot accom for higher quality or greater 1 went through during tlio chnngu was effected, there haa been no repaniment On homespuns in dull vlmt currence of my trouble. Other inctii-her- e or mo neroro I trli-browns and reds and blacks, on WOODLAWN DAIRY durability than the reI.)(llu K. I'inklmnfd of our family bavo nlno taken heather mixtures, on the cbevlots and A. H. Leet, Proprietor. opotuble Com- Doan'a Kidney Pills with gratifying nowned trade mark serges, on the rough, woolly goods. pound. I w as In Mich Is perched And the sheer white Jabot The only dairy In It Is with pleasure that I :i nervous condition results. a huge affair it is, with one or two Fulton County. ROGERS BROS.,?,?." I cuuld not keep confirm the public uatement I gno wings spread out to the edgo of the Jiv ii mi) 3 In 1903 In praise of Uoati'sKluoy Pills, I 5 wem cohf, I had shoulder. Ask your dealer to show creepy sensations. for I still hold a high opinion of There Is a fancy Just now for hav, and 1 could not sleep them." you the various exquisite lng the two aides of the double Jabot nights. 1 was Dually For sale by all dealers. Prlco COc unlike One may bo of net or sheer in which the told by two nliys- - Fostor-MIlburlingerie fabric and the other entirely Vfffl," Co., Iluffalo, N. Y., l"Ts "Silver Plate That Wears" that I also of lace. One side may be dead white 'IM'I ' ll'l had a tumor. read iolo ngents for tho United States. can he had. The wide latiand the otbor trimmed In coarse ono day of tho wonderful cures I mado Remember the name Doan'a and tude for choice in knives, d pale,, Vegetahlo take no Dimension Stuff cut to order on twlne-colore-net. One lace or made of single by Lydia E. l'lnkhum's to try other. Compound and decided j.ocru side may have a It, forks, spoons and fancy Short Notice. I and it has mado mo a well woman. frill and the opposlto a double frill serving pieces assures satisThe finest of laces even rare bits of My neighbors and friends declare it faction to every taste. had worked a mlraclo for me. Ljdla formed Into Mill located on Dresden Road antique lace, are now velvet Jabots i 11 Pinkliam's Vctfctablo Compound is Job . Dow den nnd wife and Chas for wear with the Sold by leading dealers suits Mullurd nnd wlfo, of McKotizio, were weight worth 2 -2 miles east of Hickman. All the revera in these days are during its period in cold for women guudts of J. F. Kasley and wlfo last everywhere. Send for catathis of Hfo. If it will made long enough to admit of boring help others you may publish my week. logue "C-L,- " If you are in need of anything at least a one-sid- e showing all tabot worn poking letter." Mrs. .Nathan Ii. (IituiTo.v, designs. Gl X. Main Street, Natlck, Mass. out from under the coat Tom French, Hev. II. . JOolger and in this line, see Tho Change of I!o io the most criti- A. O. Klnihro were In Fulton Friday. MERIDEN BRITANf CO. Dr. J. M. HUBBARD cal period of r woman's existence. iuMniuonl Slim Co.. fuectMor Moving Pictures Saturday night. Women everywhere should remember Ml "IDIN, CONN. Who Is your clothes doctor? No that there is no other remedy known to medicino that will so successfully better place than White Dros. We carry women through this trying know our business, do our work welt Why not use dustless coal for cookperiod as Lydia L. Plnkham's Vege- and guarantee satisfaction. What mor ing. A. A. Farla baa the real article XJ33J3 0' table Compound. do you want. at the right price. If you would Hko spcclnl ndvlco Huvo largo supply of paper at - c nboiityour I'iiso wrltmieoiiUtlcn-tla- l Miss Dottlo Davidson attended tho Narclssusi Chincso Sncrod lilies,white Is Our amoua Granger coffee, Net r There' aome clM to BeUeraworth j Phone 4 and Btill tho Ulk of tho town. C. H. Moore o Irs. IMiiUlmni, tit Lewis-Jone- s nuptial Wednesday nt Hyacinth bulbs on hand. All large, than lota of 35c coffees. Phone tt Pratlter'a 36c Granger coffee, Have') Lynn, iIiihs. nilvico Id free, . Union City. you trw a kt tine bulbs. Miss Frankle Ileld. aud ulwujy liclpfuL Uettoraworut ft Pratier. when we undertake your plumbing work. We come promptly, work steadily and get away as quick as possible. But we don't leave until we are thoroughly certain the job is a perfect one. Try our kind of plumbing next time. You'll enjoy the Mi -- an?Ow. k JJhr- J!l 4J i n; SANER VIEWS OF BAPTISM NOW HELD Baptism 1 a Fire Insurance, Says Pastor Russell. Not tivU .' A Rn xiXiivxinx A Ton Grocery Snow Flake Flour. Best Meats in the city, fresh nnd tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of nil kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. Let mc save you money on your coal. s' 'astor RuMell Repudiate the Theories of the Dark Age and Adviiei God'i People lo Return to the Teachings of thi Lord and the Apostles. STEVE PHONES STAHR DOTH .in' ih-- i in Itiu in oieii iln re ihiikisI I'ie ln mil return! to liar Hi t ml in Iit the Ijiw l'0M ii.hu i ?" i Lomkw Taiifh at Aii-t., IjiikhnUt sai Xj . Nov. fi, flute "We him done t lu h e t h I n g a which we ought not to have done, nnd e have left mi s n nfi iIiiih o rrom i tii. ntlt h tr'ti" 'erred frim nri' reul tn riy retunuil to nivept (.'hrlt nod by fMlth were Deliveries Prompt 1 Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. MATHENY BROS. & PLANT jgjuiuuuMUMiiiMtfvinrnnrvvrvr A. M. TYLER l jrrrl HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS tt-n- - , IwQTES lf i p J inifiiLM Marble and Granite Monuments ret; e "i i. ror Sale -- Farmers and Merchants Bank a dlf-ffre- od 1- i Business Directory i I" tt Try Oix FRESH MEATS o. xr. iwoorua . V LAUNDRY .Vt4 a H WHAT I WENT THROUGH stui. Rough Lumber for Sale... IOPB 1.11 n patterns i m I GROCERIES lcttr , j Ilr