You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hickman courier: November 16, 1911 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 hic1911111601_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: November 16, 1911 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SI In II II Ptr Year Advance , V i.IIOIII ' . to .mix ie It nm-lrnoiliIH. OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY ,, , , ma ,.miii ,,,t I, klH-II- .i.t ao, t i H , (r HI' nntr Hi Lot a I News Volume 52 THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, DAVIE83 This Paper Always Stops wlion rour time la out. We dont tn forcing- i pnper on anyone. If you do not want to rain n copy, keep the subscription paid up. A notice of expiration Is Riven here lSdaymhcod with A Blue Mark ve 1911 Number 2 1 Bad Negro Killed in Wet Hickman liof and bottom, wne oumld horo Saturday f.t.iu nflw an altercation with x diif. rmt whlto men. Tho !Br In the ih- - ifoublo occurred 'o ,,,, tMtiwFH tho two cotton gin At tho tlma ho i,, v.m Hickman. , ...t tit dwilh wound, Upshaw , i, , k.it down nnd wm on top of w lohMun, a well known hot- nr and foreman on 0. T. Wg farm. Ho wna mnk- lu' ,. nigrum effort to wrench i, v piatot from him, when John- ., ,.-to get It In d position hot nt hU antagonist; nt nnM 0. T. llondurant, about away also fired at tho ',iiiIhk tho two rcporu of t'pfkaw foil with a' bullet )h, ell-ua, SCH00L8 The Observer Takes a Trip With a Camera. Saturday u,i,,u i .,.r pbawt a bad negro from ruiit got ,, i .! hla pistol out nnd threw It In tho uogro'a fneo, making hlm'drop hla brlcka. Upalmw kpt curalug the white men nnd making all kinds of threat, but wna told If hr wanted to take hla cotton el(ewh-re- . to drivo out nnd behave hlmaelf ami he would not be hurt. Ho then canted the col- ton bark to Prlvor who taught It, making tho ticket payable to Ota mortgagee, Mr IhiudurniK Aftor the eotton wna unloaded and the trouble half forgotten, Mr John- KitK the gin. hon a tart ul up the and wna In the act of paaaliig by l'p-aliuw when the ngro JuimihhI on htm. knocked til down end waa trying to take hi pbrtol away (rotii him Mr aid of the wkM man. Knowing a JohUKon had bad no part In the nrgunioHt ami waa iwerel) a (.row Simply to show that tbeso conditions, these sumo wretched school condition, lire common all oer the wtnte I went to Dailies comity, In thu western jwrt of Keiituiky. This la another of those old, rich lommuiiltles that were luxurious nnd prosperous long before the Ml war, mid It Is therefore able to Imlid nnd equip comfortable all of the ihllilrcn within Ite iHirtlera Out in what Is known as the hut I iuoni not show niclurex lid loll name t (lu HMiue time-whntw. lolaeii, liny nnd wheat aro 11 ere o .. . Vl atrt 111 lo'keil hh If Hit- - children had needed extra fuel or kindling during the cold Weatbei fur tlu-i- r old bnttered drum lore I am plml to be able to nay that II lu perfis tlmi. a iHillding that was allMir Utile most to g to pleiei. ltn front 11 1 dlsi-otere- nd NE way in which we are serving our fellow- men in this business, is in providing clothes such as a gentleman ought v' to wear; and that means good style, quality in fabrics, fine tailoring, right fit. That means - all-wo- ol lTlT1 ' I JaN pre-1ou- m Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. It means that this store is the headquarters for these clothes; and that it's worth a good deal to any town to have a headquarters for such merchandise. You dont really appreciate the value of it until you see the clothes and wear them. We're here to show them to you. Lots of other good wearables ; shirts that you want; hats that you want; underwear, hosiery, gloves that you want ; prices that you want. . i hla bond. ih of tho men fired tho fa- iil awvur bo known. n both Some one abotiled: "Iook at tbat negro yonder; got Mr Johnson down " Hearing thla aad Melng tli' - i. flrwl within flvo accond brought up trouble Mr. ItonduraHt atarted to the Tbm nogro wa hand were in n .1.1 taken to ibu undertaking that Mr. Johnson' '!.,. nt of tho St iir. bad fix from blood polfon and seeing n Im died at 6:48, tho akoot- - that the Mack waa getUng the beat kinjt ptoo about 4 o'clock. Tho of the white man and was nbout to i,tTd the uogro'a bend n 111- - get hold of the weapon he raised bis i. aixl behind tho toft oar and gun and fired At the aame ImUant. Mi' at Uio twiak of hU bond. Johnson ftfwl and the negro tumbled over. Those present were unable to u. Htwl imj long after having toll which shot bit Ute nagro; both t i, perforated ia a mytory. guna wero of the same calibre and hooting, according to etawrly In aolf dofonao tho negro fell orer wKh the report of the firing. .i Ju.tiftaiMa. Johnson ami llondurant turrenderad Dm prlttqipala In tho trng- '' that Umo did not know It, Up- - to Sheriff Johnson after the shooting, aa bud Mgro, hating parlicl- - and were releam-- on bond. Iloth men regret kllHag the negro, ta Mvwnil craca and aerved . llon ' ' rm In tho penitentiary for houao but It wbb a case of have-toIf the nogro etor durant reallxed that raklRC got hold of tho pistol (and ho wna Tim- - facta Wading up to tho troublo, John-so- u a ii4 lb CourltT, aro in aubatanco about to do ao) he would kill and then turn tho gun on Hob (oilowa: . A Ma? V5Sfc,W Lv. Urn lul i r t-- . ALU'lhT IIKAllY TO OO TO MIXES. new liiilldltu: Is Koou to replaco this one. ami It Is high time, for the county 11 Qyo-wlt- -. uirliileiidfnt said. shame, u cnlng shnmc "It's 11 I ,ua know It and feel It all the time; so do ail) uiimlHir of other miperlnteudentH all ot er the state. Hut what can we do when the general public simply sajs oter ami over again, '1 went to n m hoot like that one, got my education, all I ever had, and what waa good enough for lue Is good enough for my own children, I reckon' " We went Inside the old xhnck, and the county xuierlntendeut linked me to 11 I pake com rreM biir farm to tho Kin. 1. hadroKOrSStof1 lojdvrPt. Jhejuvighvnlla,. the knlfo OoalderandhlrnB0lff"K waa a mat- hewn desks of pattern long out of negro or getting date. Then he Mild: lie ter of killing tho killed Upshaw, a few minutes he waa shot, said ho "might tot- but ho wasn't going tie In h b whlto man run to let a owr him. nnd he waa going to got even" In abort, ho woa tn a fren-J- , and bent on doing eomothlng desperate No doubt, had ho gotten hold of n gun. which ho would have dono If he hod come up town, there might hae been a far different story to write The community is hotter off without auch uegroas. bo-fon V3?tJ" "H'iV Copjrlsbt Uart Schaffnei ? ..V.M.'l& driving pflt the Farmer Gin, '!, Mr Ikindurant( tho manager. Mm where ho wna taking hla ' '". negro replied that ho Th "- - laktug It to Drltor gin. Hon-- i "( toM him alright to got a bid f' .in lirtrvr and thon como bnok and linn bill on hla cotton. Mr. Hon-i- .' mi aa4 n mortgage on Upahaw' ic,, and wutohed him to ace If ho 1. trying to aell to I)rhur and uimaking hla pnjrmonta. Tho im aowd no algnaof coming back " a bid from llondurant and tho wui Hob Gonldor over to toll r that ho wag buying mortgaged " '""Ki aad to mako ticket payable 'u ""wlMrnnU Driver promptlr turn- "I itown nnd told tho negro that - lid not want It. Upuhaw thon 'M to tho Farnicra Oln, and 'I' on tho Ronk'R. Mr. Domliimnt h Hundlng on the cal-and tho "Kr lunu'd hla loam no that tho "ii pinned Ilonduront against tho ili ami wnn about to break hla log. a told to atop, but being In a id humor, ho kept pulling tho line I. waging llondurant In until Hob MldT took n hand and rapped Uio over tho head with a ainall k Tho negro then aUuted In to ii't and throw a ploco of plank hit- ' t. Goaldor In tho stomach, nnd then ivancrd armed with brlcka. llondu- 1 - "r 11 nr a 1 LADIES Whenever you wear a pair of shoes with this brand on them you have the utmost of style, comfort and durability. They Fit Where Others Fail They Millet & Alexander Mrs. Sarah Blnford, wife of tho tho old Martin placo to William's late it. II. Dlnford for many yearn Slough, two miles; that tho river Is ono or tho supervisors of Fulton now less than a quarter of a nilh couuty died at her home near Ful from Charley's Lako. ton Thursday night. Death was tho' result of a stroke of paraljBls. This good lady was 71 years of age. MKIHVUY ItACKD VV TO 110 UK Mrs. Dlnford is survived by tho fol (Mtl'I.S. I took the same thermom ler nnd lnie It npiliist the far wall lowing children: I.011 I.ucian, Charles, Is the World Growing DetterT wind shaken hntie. IT romp and Earl Hinford; nnd three of the daughters Mra. Hnttlo Fields, Miss things eo to provo that It la. imoi'i'ici) HfunKM.Y to 10 ni: Many thousand nro tr1ng to help C.ltirKS No child rould do r.il mental Inez Hinford nnd Mrs, Albert RobertThe war son. others Is proof Among them Is Mrs. V W Gould, of l'lUBrieiu Funeral services wero conducted by c Finding good health by taking Kleo-trlItcv. Lowery, of Clinton, nnd tho renow ndvlsesothor llltters.she mains laid to rest In tho family grave everywhere, to take them. jard near Crutchfleld, Saturday. "For J'ar I suffered with stomach good leather. be shoes and kidney trouble." she writoaI "every medicine I used failed till only absolute safety in getting good shoe value for Hut this great took KUctric Hitters Cnpt. 0. Dirks has left upon our wonderfully. your money lies in buying one brand "Endwell." mo remedy helpid dv.sk soveral fine samples of his fall They'll help any woman. Tiioy ro no This is true because Endicott, Johnson & Co., who make strawberries that grew in his garden. beet tonic and nnest nvor nnu wiij " shoes, operate independently of all trusts. They Wo did not know that there was such "Endwell romedv thafa made. Try them. You'll tan it with an eye to its wearing at Holm & Ellison. oeo. a thing as fall strawberries. Dut, as tan all their own leather been the Captain delivered tho goods and qualities back of Is eating strawberries every day for forgot to attend the Majestic shoes. Don't made up dinner, wo havo learned something Ilnngo Demonstration ot our store l.KU VH A lATri.E II A UN By eliminating the profits of the leather trust and all nbout small fruits wo never before one weeK, ov. -- t 10 1 ..- -- , other middlemen, it is not only possible to make "Endwell" shoes ork with ""is dlffereuco lu temper-ti- n heard of. Union City better, but also lower In price. ine M.hoolroom, and there nun Hanlware Co. danger for the children as grao The trustees of tho First Christian .ihASi.all." church of Union City havo awarded If the white Hiliools In old Kentucky buildli.nl the negro nuhooU lu many tho contract for a now church ite ing to tako tho placo of tho old ono In. alliles aie almost beyond tho flight of Imagination. At a Hiimll village In on Second street. Tho now building will bo erected according to tho orig,hls 101111I) of Daviess I run across HMir one, not any wowe than inal plans with some now minor moder. nllicrs I had seen, but It was rather ifications nnd tho work will begin on iui ullar lu Hh style of architecture. the first of March 1912. I'he windows Mre broken, the door .inloched mid pnttly ajar, the front FOR SALE: Seven houses nnd lots steps eniirel) gone, and the fence that wholo bunch for $3500; or places will had nine aepar.Ueil the building from soparato. All of those the roadway had disappeared except bo sold lonelj pieces of posts. On housos are occupied and paying good for Mime aaWI A0? I pushing open the loose door 1 snw a rent. This section of town is combleak Intirlor. with trash covering a ing fast, and East Hickman property badly warped lloor. The room coutnln-eInquire will be a good luvestmont. a rusty stoo, ovefllowlng nshes on at Cornier office. to the floor, and two rickety benches made of undrcaxcit lumber. The walls C. C. Brooks, our local optician, is of the 100m were made of undressed really n "homo man" having done hlillnu' milled to studding nnd strlppid much of his trading hero after tho There had never been any Inner wall war, also hauling his produce to this or celling to keep out the of plaster not No. 509 Gun mctnl calf butc .old. IT WAS AS HI.HAK AS A place. Ho was reared, of course, ton. Half double oak sol-wi- th Is It any wonder far from Hickman. (ATTI.K HAUN'. light finished edges. Exhat Illiteracy stalks a mennclng figure Get n Majestic Souvenir setorwnro tra high toe lust. Also similar the old statu of "the dark nnd tbout are sold by nt tho Hickman Hardware Co. Storo shoe in blucher pattern. t.io.l ground 7" To model lu the strong campaign during demonstration week, Nov. 27 Just one of 100 new styles. netesMiry for the development of the to Dec. 2. bearmovement buttons (.situational ing the Inscription "My ? for ImproveGordon Hlco wna in town this week ment Keiitmky rubeola" nro to bo sold finishing up his work of making tho committee In by the educational tax assessment for this district. ndver-tlsemesuf-fcrr- "What Mm! f work enn you get out of 'em wtii-'fa ao much worse than they are used to nt home? Mighty rough. Isn't It? Hut that Isn't the reel lough part of It. I camo out sudden cold snap Inst here during winter to e how they could heat the school, otrtl notice they have a pleie of an old stou lu the middle of the room and there Is 110 protector nliout II to distribute the heat. I made the blld who was sitting next to the tote unite hi" seat, and I placed a thermometer win re ho had been sit ting Ihisv wlili his lessons. Till: 11 A Marx Smith & Amberg MR8. BINFORD DEAD. Como and oce tho great cooking wonder nt our store nil next week. You nine a chance to get n souvenir Set ot Ware Free. Sec largo in this paper. Hickman Hardware Co, Nov 27 to Dec. 2. A report from Pt. Pleasant Bnys tho river bank is caving steudlly from Who Stands Back of the Leather in Your Shoes? fOOD must of Your fH c and stand into their it after it has News-Banne- r. 11 11 Prices $3.50 $3.00 $4.00 d ENDWELL SHOE 1 SULLIVAN BROTHERS Maafafei fl.ri Am r A JUST RECE VED I 1 CAR LOADS OP? B U PPLE -m 17APQ Very finest Northern Grown Stock. Will be sold to mer- .ajstdd- T is H- - !, ft chants and individuals at Very Low Price At Also a fine line of ORANGES, GRAPES, NUTS, etc., at both Wholesale and Retail. Don't buy until you see us and get our figures. I m PER Kfi JO HICKMAN, ... M JH UITCO IIEnsrrETTCIKrX" EVERY BARREL OF OUR APPLES ARE GUAR I ANTEED FULL THREE BUSHELS LsM. i -- mmmmtllg'mmmmmmmmammmmmlimamiammmMmmim-imm Monthly Statement Just Shoes JVO part of your apparel is quite so important just now as shoesthe part that is warm, dry and comfortable. All our shoes are made of solid leather, which insures comfort and durability. Our stock cannot be excelled in West Kentucky. It is all that could be asked in quantity, quality and variety. BRIEFLY i TOLD Jack-Bon Ending October 31st, 191 1. of Walter L. Drown Is here from Mrs. Nannlo Kingman Is visiting In IxjuIhvIIIo. Kentucky Southwestern Electric Railway, Light & Poller Company 4,544.56 $ Total Itecelpts The fire alarm was turned In last night for a big blnzo sighted southeast DISBURSEMENTS. 143.6G of tow-- which turned out to be leaves Office Supplies burning. C78.71 Commission, 15 per cent 1,843.25 Frank Aforofleld, nge 70, died of Engineering Department 0 heart trouble while sitting at the din- Office Salaries 121.39 ner tnblo yesterday at his homo In General Expense 100.00 Muyfleld. Legal Expense .86 .... Misses June Grove and Elolse Hen-uln- a Supplies, Engineering Department 39.16 returned to Tlptonvllle Sunday Stamps 302.50 after a short visit witli Miss Mar- Incorporation Fees, Delaware and Kentucky 144.65 Off Ico Fixtures ....".. .'. guerite Fuqua. . 38.75 Office Rent WANTKD a good man with family 5.75 to milk In dairy. A good Job for tho Insurance 674.90 Suspense account chargable against 1C per cent com right man. A. II. LEET, proprietor of Woodlawn Dairy. 4,131.08 Total Disbursements.. W D. Searing, of West Hickman, fell and dislocated his right shoulder 413.48 $ .Balance cash on hand yesterday morning. In tho dark, he 2,722.75 Accounts collectable KILLED THREE DEER. CIRCUIT COURT IE SALE FRUIT HOUSE stumbled over a toy wagon. 1,742,735.00 Balance Securities on hand. Percy Jones Heads New STItAYED Oil STOLES: from barn A communication from "Wheeler's John Krtuler llmttf Kraator v Hickman Institution. 1,745.871.23 SuH for dltorca. Tb couple were Camp" near Orutheravlllo, .Mo., saya: at Madle, Tenn., a bay and sorrel Total Securities Hutrtera roiort n Rood tltno and fin home, both big horses. Iteward for Th" plaintiff In R.M IW. !on Is mrtotalr a, Mr warred STATEMENT OF CAPITAL STOCK. for dltorre on thr ground of a- - port ftfcootlng doer and turkoy. Thuy information. SAIFEH DIIOS. ii. m now on Ut head of u ai$1,000,000.00 hav klHed S doors and 14 turkoy b The Ladles Aid Society of the Common Stock baudonax-vvnImiw, which In to W 750,000.00 7 per cent. Preferred Stock W (J Adama Ap- and hnro had Kevernl moro ahota at Mthodlst church will have their anIt II lrln- thr l'rrcy J(MM Prwk C. wa award-deer. On account of the warm weath- nual bazaar Thursday, Dec. 7. It r it.ii company will handle nil peal The plaintiff $1,750,000.00 Total Capital Stock Is requested that each lady of the er they hud to tnko the deer to court fniit.nHt nnl produe. nd rrdlct of M In a lo Value, $10.00 per share) (Par & New Orln and put them in cold church donate some article to help Oblcaao, S prk M low ftJ WWVte JNO. D. SMITH. Secretary. Respectfully submitted, Co. Th Illloot CXKral Imim thbt tornKo. A flno buck, weighing 129 In tho bazaar. that UkwI denlam will ftml . of Kentucky hum trow lolariU to pounds drensed was killed by Jess The Hickman Ico & Coal Co. has State r intrrMd to buy goods In road, wale County of McCracken Ollduwoll, ami Joe IhIkjII also .Memphis, tkrwigh PwHoa To attached tho pump to their new deep at IllrkHUlH. This day personally appeared before me, a Notary Public In and for a flno ono. It must hnc been well, but thus far the amount of wa popt want to build a eon ( nt roaatgHinoitt of nppHM and tho county and state aforesaid, Jno. D. Smith, Secretary of Ky. Southt. aul cable undar qujto, nn oxctUng tltuc with them. ter It is furnishing has been i nviii thiti wttik. It aaftrieta duk for their wlr western Electric Railway, Light and Power Company, who deposes and Ut railroad track In PuMoit ami u During the oxoltemont they lost n Its capacity is less than . cr loada tho lnrgunl says the above Is a true and correct statement of the receipts and disagrwd upon be- homo nnd 'havtn't been able to find oneAfourth of the old well. I'lix-n- t of thai fruit evr r- - Nainet had b bursements of the Kentucky Southwestern Electric Railway, Light and It. Dr. I'rath. r tsys he thinks tho i Fope Herring, of Union City, well Power Company, ending Oct. 31st 1911. Hickman over $1,000 worth tween the partlaa but the telephone contract Ixiya will finally Kt oxir the shock known here, and father of Airs. T. T. JNO. D. SMITH. tuff. Other shlpmanU company bad mK atud work. and 1k roady to go again next year. Swayne suffered a light stroke of 4 Hftf Kotnj? ahead with t 'iila wk. Subscribed and sworn to this 3rd day of November, 1911. ) paralysis Tuesday night. His conditrIU H tb HfTH eollUOTH Tk railraod secured a temporal-My commission expires Jan, 10. 1914. (Seal) nualuat tb rotnpflnr. througl EXCEEDINGLY INTERESTING. tion is not considered so very serious ' t to both wfcoltftMtlo ami rodill AUDER SMITH, Notary Public. Ita manager. W II. Irvine, wno nau fi- at the present time, although he lost leas baa ben Vlce-Preand GenMeeting at the Christian Church all powor of speech. a IM bowl. The mllroad OFFICERS: H. C. Rhodes, President; E. F. Wheaton, n ttM- - Italtior buHdlHK. inrxt to itfv H. Scott, Treasuer; John D. Smith, Secretary. aiMnla to keep Uielr road- - closed Inst night with a lecture at t eral Manager; It. &M Mrs. D. U. WilHank, which wNI h lowpanr Friday afteruoo Indiana-pollDIRECTORS: H. C. Rhodes, Paducah , Ky.; E. F. Wheaton, lied from bain lorn up and a the the Opera House upon the subject, son entortnlned tho ladles of the Em'r lit Mtorano room. company bad not atoned "A Ilorebnck Hide Through Pales- broidery Club. This wns tho first of H. Scott. Paducah, Kj.; John D. Smith, Paducah. Ky.; L. Ind.; It. ' 'Mfc IIW Of tltintHOKS ta WW telephone Rube'l Paducah, Ky.; Chas. W. Thompson, Paducah, Ky; MaJ. W. A. Calwas secured tine," by Dr. James Vernon, of Hen kn.d ii carrying with It mora er the contract an Injunction the weekly affairs enjoyed by this Wilmington. Del.; L. H. Randolph, from being done. demon. The lecture dollghted all wio club this K we trust It will flouriah In to prevent the season, nnd tho afternoon houn Duffalo. N. Y.; W. H. Davis. Ky.; benrd the Doctor. For more thnn an wns pleasantly spent. A salad courso Ivy.; J. D. Williams. Clinton, Ky.; T. F. Owen, Mllburn, in- Jiaurr our lltltUltlK JOUIHC hour he kept his audlonce traveling was sorted. Miss Duth Edwards, of J W Turk Dardwell. Ky.; C. W. Wilson, Smlthland, Ky.; C. J. Dari i.mty Our olty hnan't n FINAL SETTLEMENT. at a rapid rate through the various Mayfiold, nnd Mrs. George Wado, of low Darlow Ky.; N R. Farrls, Salem. Ky.; C. II. Ellis, Sturgls, Ky. nt.riirlnliiK man within her f scenes of the Holy Umd. There was Mncon, guests eainle tli in Percy Jon8. If pushing Miss., were All parties owlrw the nu uninteresting feature In the ik. thn buitlnvM go Ptrcy will Tom IHIhw. Jr . by nolo or account, not Tho "Sew Orleans." n replica of whole lecture Side by sldo he wove will pleee come forward awl eUo the first steamboat to ply western Into It thu humorous and the pathethohllng clolma at once lartloa waters, which was Just 100 years ago, ic, tho sublime and the ridiculous aalI eotate are abto way down the river and will h V KU OK 8TOI.KN: from bant now. Is on her at onoe TOM DM' You saw Palestine Just as It Is '' i:i- Tenn., n bay and sorrel to proseitl reach Hickman todny or tomorrow. and fo far ns mnnuurs and customs This odd looking craft Is attracting txtii big lioraoH. Howard for LOS. 8lt . Admr. of tho people nre concerned, Just as attention. She Is a slim, awkwari'i..n - NAIKKII IIIIOS. was when the Savior walked Its much d-looking McKay, of Virginia, the It sldowheeler with exposed Miss IulM. thodlnt Stindny School will H hills and vales, highways and byway a. paddles. and Mrs The boat Is 138 feet long, 5 iiallor of Kit t th. 1'ourt IIoUM1 nt 3 For the last two weeks no more inn. 2lb feet wide, 7 feet deep nnd her inonnu instead of the church rportil on the sick intereftlng end Instructive sermons onglnes nro rated at 1C0 horse power. were ever dellvored In this city than those delivered by Dr. Vernon at the MARRIED AT NASHVILLE. Come One, Come All and Don't Forget the Dates. Christian Church. Scholarly nnd finYounQ Society People of ished to a very high degree, they Hickman Surprise Friends. were simplicity lUelf, having none or thnt Htllted mannerism thnt Is often D. a. Hale, Jr., assistant cashier Tuesday, Nov. 21, 1911. palmed off for real eloQUonco and of the Peoples Dank of Hickman, and pulpit ability. tlou Am, In fViwuIll were united In 9:30. Meeting cnlled to order by C. S. Kirk, Director. Tho church wns highly gratified with, nmrrlnR0 yesterday afternoon nt tho Prayer. tho results of tho meeting, and espec Ep'scopnl Church In Nashville. Of Welcome Address. L. L. Shadoln ially with cooporntlon nnd nsslstnnce course tho wedding was a great surResponse thnt was rendered by tho ministers prise, as tho young people laid their Election of a Chairman nnd Secretary. .C. S. Kirk nnd laymen of tho other churches of plans so carefully that none suspect "flrcnnlzatlon of Farmers' the city, for which they wish to ex- ed their Intentions until informed by 11:00. Election of a delegate to attend tho Stnte Institute. press their henrtfelt thanks. wire of tho mnrriago. Afternoon Session. It Is tho unanimous volo of nil The bride, ono of tho sweetest and of tho city thnt they most refined little ladles of our ac L. L. Shadoln the citizens 1:30. "Hoods for the Farmers" would bo glad to havo Dr. Vornon re quaintance, Is the only daughter of "Some Doneflts to bo Derived From tho Farmers Instltuto".....C. S. Kirk turn somo time In tho nenr future, Mr nml Mrs. II. N. Cowglll. She was "Order and Deauty on the Farm" feeling sure that they will bo ns great reared In Hickman and Is a membar 1911. Wednesday, Nov. 22, ly edified and as highly entertained of tho best social circles; her jolly ns they havo been during his stay disposition and pleasing manners hae 9:30. Meeting cnlled to order by Chairman. with us. won a host of truo friends nnd admirL. L. Shadoln" "Making nnd Saving Soil" ers. Mr. Halo Is to bo congratulated "How Will tho Population of the Future Obtain Food". upon winning the hand nnd heart of "Agrlculturo in Public School" GRADUALLY SINKING. such a noble young woman. General discussion by tho Institute. I,ato reports from tho bedside of Mr. Hale U ono of our leading ...., .oir.mn urnrervman. A. M. young business men, nnd Is tho ac..i-- i. Afternoon Session. The best line of MEN'S, LADIES' to tho effect that he Is commodating and trusted Assistant DeDow aro L. Shadoln "Crop Dotation nnd Cultivation". gradually sinking, nnd llttlo or no Cashier of the Peoples Dank. Guy Is 1:30. .C. S. Kirk and CHILDREN'S SHOES at reas"Selecting and Testing Seeds" recovery. every Inch a good fellow. Ho is n hope Is entortnlned for his subjects open for discussion. yesteronable prices. son of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Halo. Dy All other Ho was unconscious most of day nnd his condition Is very critical. his own honesty, Integrity and hustle Mrs. Geo. T. Moacham, after readTho ladles of tho Kentucky Club ho hns Tlson In tho business world Ho has have the sincere thanks of tho male ing an nrtlclo In Inst weok'e Courier WEATHER: Fair and cool today; nml will continue to climb. being on contingent of this organization for a about a 78 pound pumpkin fow peers. Friday fair. here, tells us Fulton county In Mr. nnd Mrs. Halo, Jr., will probab- "miscellaneous ahower" given Wednea display U S. Deputy Marshal Nealls produced larger ones. Jack ly arrive home tomorrow, and will bo day, which added those dainty touch- has town today on business. Moacham, deceased, mlsed a pumpmany friends. es to the Interior of tho club rooms been welcomed by their ago that tipped, Gen. II A. Tyler, who has which only tho ladles can devise and kin somo 30 years reportHere's to you both may every for several days, Is at 85 pounds. tho scales quite sick execute of life bo a Jewel of Joy. this morning. RED CROSS for ladies. It is an economical shoe, outwearing many of the more expensive ones. We have them in all leathers and styles, $3.50 to $4.00. Al Ilrevnrd, of Union City, was hero Incorporated at Delaware, Registered in Kentucky the lattor part of. last week. DEPOSITORIES: Mechanics Trust & Savings Bank, Paducah, Ky., First V C. Johnston and wlfo returned Satlonal Dank, Clinton, Ky.; Cl.nton Dank, Clinton, Ky.; Dardwell Deposit yesterday from a short stay In MemDank, Dardwell, Ky.; Dank of Mllburn MUburn, Ky.; Dank of Darlow, phi Darlow, Ky.; Salem Dank, Salem, Ky.; Dank of Sturgla, Sturgls, Ky.; (apt. Kogor, of Paducah, Is hero Smlthlnnd Bank, Smlthland, Ky.; Peoples Dank, Hickman Ky. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Isler and family. O .11. Moonoy began work this week on ;he new Harry resldencVj In South- ii Heights. Paducah, Ky. November 1, 1911. v Mrs Mice Ambers Is visiting Miss Mr. H. C. Rhodes, President of Doard of Directors. l.llen Andereon In Covington, Tenn., Gentlemen: In compliance with your instructions, I herewith present a days this week. a statement of the Itecelpts and Disbursements of the Kentucky SouthV Mrs Will Hubbard returned to Un western Electric Hallway, Light and Power Company ending October 31, ion City Wednesday after a few days 1911, aa follows: tlult with Mrs. T. T. Swayne. RECEIPTS. Mrs D. T. Davis, .Miss Virginia 4,524.75 Total collections on Stock Subscriptions and Dr. James Vernon, of Hen19.81 derson, spent Tuesday nt Iteelfoot Balance cash duo E. F. Wheaton, advanced Kentucky Southwestern Electric Railway, Light & Power Company, Incorporated li-- Lu-te- n Lake. PACKARDS for men. A line that cannot be beaten on the American continent, quality and pi ice considered. All widths, tan, gun metal and patent, $3.50 to $5.00. .'-137.5- BRADLEY & PARHAM i Cum-brhMi- ndlsnp-polutmen- i ''t - ' yr s. s, n i - aie - rn't'l will be held in the Institute FarmersCounty Court House at HICKMAN, KY., on 21 1 Tuesday and Wednesday November and 22, i9il SPECIAL We will make special low prices on y Program: " Ladies' Tailored Coat Suits Misses' and Childrens' Coats Fuqua, Helm & Co, mo-mo- nt ed somo better 8 ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffWYJMi Majestic Range Demon KJrSrBM l&limill IlllllllliilJ 11 If 7 ilKllMllB MKV L2llyHKrH tarflffffffflfffffffffffa -.- - . - -- ..- --- -,. y-- " tw niiffw S Mai ' -- 53. f ; (f-- - 'i Jn r' nnnn9&ur&kj--2ill rKdtt.tt&tnWiYKi-?vTtETf .1! f VI If A i l&SaHljlll 'TMyy'?fl ' l.m if " " . imT " ' T. " Mwr..vrit'NKVi:afcnrit.N toour.u "sriuMi:i.tTiJ.iiNii:iiA.iiiUAiNi:n,nuVftwiifii'...i,r NulUnirran Inirn. i ran tw lilir-fert liuu in renter liaa mi ii rMc tlMtiiff antingun all efinajnrr iliotrndualltrli al im mi id limit a.' o it iw'XItupol .imain Ttm nl i ira I ullrn-ir- n,..vi ut,on ihs twl k rUht ra.i bo ucd a an ordinary CuIIukkt It i. iwl wiuh liuii l. tu r '" siration lOOXTHI "V7"EIEJIS.: tV4I A JlJ Vg wuxorvt SuJmui,,5 J inBk ; 'MsJcS?J "W!25K1t5 'tJSIL'VSSwN . lifcwSlIlM I II t , - mfrf&r&XAt vfJfc1 tXJ I -'- i"1 ry le.-rr- ' " "' as MiihH rn MiMc Krlll. rwii.lriiiiui-ld hanIW that l1 f 1HK MAJI-.STI- I tra fit"1 '" fii jnwi ..fill. ounslr, Copper Tin-- . MAJKNTH' Mrkrl-nlairit Pan h. nt. telnlo on ItwUc, ti il i. !. Tr All " 'wJpSS'in outtd i'i .pirIUr.ln.rlr Tat d Till! MJIMTIMfkel-uLU- - IU( I V n A J I 1 rnt ail ,n in WW tinhnl .,on initio my-at,,,- ;;;. j Monday, Nov. 27 -- THE GREflTflND cyide lis ut. erize TO- MAJESTIC RflNQE qiD QRND btvles. iv ' , 1111: .1141.1 It .iiainir a . liru .iiaiin-1.. I it.i.1.11....i ! M.l MnHy fltifl t Uuiwrf KlNft. i Srr Nfr.hnin Wlrrt )tlnlii MI1 I'I1. biMofMnlii' ( fii.MajM M.lnl-JlX Till: .MiJI.STII I'aUnl X- -l Saturday, Dec. 2 People You Know Who Use and Recommend Majestic Ranges J. W. Rogers Henry CowglU II. C. Helm THE RriNGE UJITH R REPUTATION !' IM Nrr Iturn 1411 Malft &e lrt-- MWISTK t 4 il I l n 1) (Ml llv-tt- I'alrnl Itilrpii n M - c " Set of Ware t? at our store during our Mnjttl; Demonstration weukand allow uh. to show you the many advantar.es mid superior iiiHtIos of th Groat Majestic tango and will purehnso 01 at the regular price, we will give you Frw the beautiful and useful Souvenir of Ware Illustrated In this advortlaemont. This waro Is madv to match the quality of the Majestic Ranges, and wo know all ladlo will tro the beauty and utility of this set, ospeolally tho first throo plocos, which aro ontlrely new and cannot b had alone by purchaoi oxcopt nt a very high price. Tho prices of Majestic Ranges are tho sntno, but we givo tho sot FIIKK with If you aro 1 Reasons Why the Great Majestic You Should Buy It has the ruputnllon of being the nml rnuco money oan buy 2d. It not only lia the rputaliin but IS th best rang') inalu, and will prove this to you If you will let 3d. It Is constructed of mallmble iron. nnl9rttl you eau't boot, m 1 Gharroal Iron. malrtal that Tmit niM SM Mirt Rroftter than nnJ In Hvmd tortHhr air Unht. No hent mor'Mmi or coW air vMrrs lt. u. pr 0. W. Helm H. L.A mberg W. U Helm A. M. DeDow B and A Dodds Sabe Choat J. V. Ballow G. B. Throlkeld Jr. L. B. Wheolor Jesslo McNeil Norrls King W. W. Pruett C. T. Bondurant G. B. Turrett st W. . Baltzer Mrs. Sallle ubbard Cottago Hotel Stove Stahr It. B. Johnson Julian Choat Will Shanklln W. A. Nlpp J. D. Morrow Jeff Da-l- s ouch Majestic Range bought during tho demonstration week only. range, thus uhi vry little to tl Um hotV till. Th rtirtolr nlotw hi worth tfc jwli" of rao- - ovr any fet.rvor ntAde. It bo U amllos o( waur. U likf with pocket nanlnrt teft band Mttlng. ntxl hi ami m ou m fi.. Iwno cannot out. Wb WKtr mu Umi hot it ran Im mert-frtwi flri. MoJnUc rnna-M-i uae loss fuel; hmi imku wttlr imI kMt It h" coat practically noUtltag for rtalTs; ktaUi thr Uwm m tom;. Uh-- t esaler lo kwp cMwn and giro twtMnctinii thn any r rung on th mkit. If yoti know positively that tht ahave ntat m nru true, wouldn't ou buy a Mnjontlc nt one? Coin In Demonstration SVnk nnd !( Pror It o You. rao-mib- fl wr btl f himIc i tr; ltir T. T. Swayno I1IIC WCCl7 Hill Y No Ware Given Away Af ter Demonstration Week. Hickman Hardware Co. incorporatocl MUCH ON PAYING BASIS. NOTICE. All those who have past duo paper with us are kindly requested to como forward and arrange for settlement and save cost. All past duo notes will bo put out for collection If not paid promptly. Hickman Wagon Co., incorporated. SOUGHT OFFICE. Tho office of Sheriff of Fulton county seems to be tho siren of Fulton political aspirations. Henry Clay was tho man that had rather be right than president but several fellows in the county had rather bo sheriff thau either right or president. Many mon long since forgotten (some tho morning after) Complete return from all tho havo rushed in where angels dare not counties in Kentucky Indicated that tread and borno tho onslaught of Fears are cxprossd that J. C. M. Hayden was over from East Senator McCreary has defeated Judgo political disfavor In tho hope that Morgan nnd tbo Trust innguatwA Prairie, Mo., this week. He tells us O'Rear for Governor by a majority of they might laud in tho coveted of- will retaliate ou tho government for that his brother, Fred Hayden( Is over 34,000. Tho next General As- fice. Others, finding tbomsolvcs still seeking to make them oboy tho Hlier-maerecting a business house at Wilton, sembly probable will stand 111 Demo- alive but merely prostrated when tho Anti-TruI.aw, and mny brlnic Ark., to which place tho latter moved crats and 27 Republicans on joint smoko of battle cleared away, have on a money panic. This Is not likefom Hickman a abort time ago. risen from tho ashes of defeat, put ly however. a stovo cap in their bosom nnd started in again to rescuo tho "dear people" Geo. B. Dolvocchlo lias accepted a from tho clutches of monopoly and in- position In the office of the Royal competency. Milling Co. at Dyersburg. M. DolTho coming campaign will find a vocchlo was n valued office man and bunch of good follows who aro anx manager for tho Mongel Box Co. for ious to sacrifice themselves on tho many years nnd Is well known In this alter of tho sheriff's office that wo city. may havo a good officer, it is doubtTho Fulton I.rf'adpr soys Judgo H ful If within tho county's history wo F. Remloy aud J. T. Dillon made havo ever before bad such an curOwing to the low prices our farmers are getting for ly manifestation of this painful desiro good speeches nt tho Democratic lovo their cotton, I have decided to divide my profits with to servo us. Tho woods arc full of feast held nt Fulton Wednesday night them by making the following prices : Somo are already of last week. candidates now. ...,.- viisubi-- in uunuu-uuuu,., ..hi,,, nf ,. ., uiu Thft onn.vnr voters-oth- ers J foci themselves Two cars best medium salt, 1U), Hownnl n(mr CrutohreIi, J ping. Here aro somo of (hi tlflllluu ' died Thursday night and the funeral per barrel that aro coupled with tho sheriff's and burial took placo Friday at Rock race gossip; One car best straight flour. A Springs. TTaOU Pat Henry, State Line. per barrel Meeting nights of Fulton Lodge, Sid Hamby, Hickman. No. 83, I. O. O. P. Thursday Sept. Best High Patent Flour, guaranteed, Bailey Huddlesto A Fulton. Oct. 12- - 2C; Nov. Dec. Davo Morgan, Hickman. per barrel Chns. Beadles, Fulton. Coil Oil, a very fine grade, A. G. Klmbro, Hickman. A Wo earnestly solicit a share of 1UO Jno. Thompson, Fulton. per gallon your business on n guaranteo of satTom Prathor, State Lino. isfaction. White Bros, Phono 195. Others aro to bo heard from. If per cent reduction on all Dry Goods Abo a threo or four moro enter, the result No ChristmaB or Now Year rates and Groceries. will bo hard to forecast, tbo man who will bo mado this year in tho Westcan pull down a 330 voto will surely ern Passongor Association. stand n good chanco for tho nominationprovided all stay In tho raco. B. F. Beckham nnd W. P. Rodgcrs, Other county offices will not go two of Union City's buslnoss mon, begging, either. No candidate will woro In Hlckmnn Tuseday. plno for company In his raco. This Thlrty-flvyears ago McCreary was will also apply to "her" raco, bo governor of Kentucky. Long tlmo causo wo understand a well known bctweon inaugurals. matron of tho central part of tho WEST HICKMAN county will enter tho raco for county Your state, county and school tax school superintendent. And finally, is now duo and payable. Goaldor the coroner's office the tall-onof Johnson, Sheriff. first tlmo sinco 1883, tho department has operated for a fiscal year that ending Juno 30, 1911, at a profit. In 24 months the conduct of the postal service has resulted in changing a deficit of J17.479.770 for tho fiscal year 1909. to a surplus of $219,118 for the fiscal year 1911. For tho e post-offic- Is to havt a can tho whol buBln-Mate. The good fellowship and Kl Punko cigars thnt will be thrunt upon us during tho next twelve months will make us all feel o though we hnv chosen a calling far beneath our dignity and ability. "On with tho danoe; lot Joy bo unconflned." Martini, on Nov &h . 111, nt thr office of the Collector in this cllr by A (1 Mathewxm. J P Oklo Clark and Itubena Smith, nil of Bwisle, Trnn. Quite a number of the young frtrnd or th bride and groom waa prant ami the cremony was by W. II. Iatw and W. 0. Gunwlta. Now 'Madrid Itocord. WINTCn WCATHER HCRC W, whw swept i Saturday night, tut our flmt spoil of real wi. tw Sutunlny noon ami titer wa a drop In teuu nt Hourly 48 ilewe, neconip www nml !iit. Tho Krour Mh?hUy frOMR aud quarter whs not uncommon 8unda weather modamtad fomv Tue'i WdiiHftdity but another en a I predicted to ranch this $t day or tomorrow. This is ral wtntor oxporloiic d many r A wltnd I R. L. Bradley nnd A. A. Farts In tho wilds of Missouri and Aranmu this woak on n dmr hunt Thoy aro with a party of Camthorsvlllo friends. art ; n FOR broke Sarrvit. 7 SALE: Small moro. city yenrs old. Apply lo Jack ! : It y.-n- faBBMBHwtiaiwfartaaCiafc 'JBHWBBaafjaajBjafjQhirfc ..g.j 1 3SI Relieved Hero's Proof "I am using your liniment MmncM. I ""-MAR- Stiff Necfe For any stiiTnen or latnenesi Sloan's Liniment jjives relict at once. It nets like massage quickens the blood nml limbers up lame muscles and joints. When npplicd immediately af ter violent exercise it prevents btiflness. or ylaJO r or 8llp-,Mn- r00 14-2- for have bought two Iwt Iw of it and It is the brat I ever MW,H had a .ever. Mi vcitiiement i1 1. i . CURRY, MIIltown.Ga, lilcklv i R. I). HLRGOYNE, Mayiville. Ky' 10 Come C QulxoIsl Mose Barkett fcOlX-v- o I StSrc, :.... 2JC" SOc' SLOANS LINIMENT Very "" St.OO. ir I d f ' m..uitc Jr' TJ3 a- - a"AW. BOSTON. NfASS. - - iit-- l tt SI In per Year Advance OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY i ,r. k purely It 7, h.AP T,,irj'fnriint(, , o until I; 7... toipli uiil wr mil' ii ,,r I wit ! ill in county " ". '"" Local News Volume 52 THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, Thi- sAlways Sto when your time Is out. wo dont be. Hove In forcing a on anyone. fnper do not want to mln a copy, keep tfae mibscrlp-tlo- n paid up. A notice of expiration U (riven here 16 days abend with KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, A 1911 PCC3!3;L!TY 1 Number 21 A Blue Mark THANKSGIVING zz-- - -- NOBBY FALL jK?fvpw Foot 5a Why cough? Stop it! Stop coughing I Coughing rasps and tears. Stop it! Coughing prepares the throat and lungs for more trouble. Stop it! There is nothing so bad for a cough as coughing. Stop it! Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is a medicine for coughs and colds, a regular doctor's medicine. Sold for seventy years. Use it! Ask your doctor if this is not good advice. Unlets there is daily action of the bowels, poisonous products sre absorbed, causing headache, biliousness, nausea, dyspepsia. w"e wish you would ask" your doctor about correcting your constipation by taxing laxative doses of Ayer's Pills. Ud by the i. C. ATE a CO . Lowell M.m MARRIAGE wear For Men, Women and Children, at prices to suit all pocketbooks, v- jf. 9 ipk. Jklil irrvMi n rff r r Viirl - y ruTr tkr V Mlii jvMAfc .... THE "DI8MEMBERM&NT" OF A new r5? TURKEY. line of Men's and Ladies' BARRY HOME BURNED tans, also the new Nubuck and White Canvas Boots for ladies. Misses and childrens dress and school shoes in the new high top patterns. & HERE mm TMEKE Family Barely Escapes. Houte and Contents Destroyed. While tho wind was blowing a forty mile gale Saturday at noon, a neighbor discovered tho top of W. J. Barry's residence. Just south of town a mass of flames. Tho family was 'at tho dinner table and knew nothing of their perilous condition until their neighbor rushed In nnd warned thom. Tho flro had gained such headway that nothing could bo dono to check it, and tho house of nine rooms, to gether with a few outbuildings, was eoon reduced to ashes. Only a few articles were saved, nnd desnorato chances were taken by thoso who did enter the burning building. ..How tho flro started Is not known. If is prob'ableja defective flue In tho family room was respopslble, althoug LICEN8E3 Granted In Obion County, Since Our Last Issue. Saturday Night gMng. & The Lyric. - Two weeks from today la ThanksAll the leading magazines French's. at Fethe mm mwi HEEL! TOE-' A Very Complete Line of Lou eitlc Coal, all grades, from J2 S up. Phono 185. Alex Nnifch spent tho first of tho week In St. Capt. H, A Tyler spent several doys laat woek In St. Louis. S. Carter and Eppa Caudlo. It. N. Adams and J. M. Nerrin. Joe Nelson and HatUo BXHunt. R. A. Brock and Janle C. Layne. Stacey Simmons and Artelle King. Herman Stanfleld and Mary Marshall. Fate Cummlngs and Edna Malonc. M. Brlggs and Stacey Clyde Ma-lon- J. F. B. Smoot. shaw. Johnson and Bertlo Eflo Turner Sturgls and Eva Cunningham A. V. Humphreys and Beula Cren- - ' Staple and Novelty p&0&"G a C. S. Driver returned Monday business trip In St. Lo'uls. 'rom I h. ' CLARK FOR ANNEXATION. HleksiaBiTttriilture.fcCoJLaeado.uar Hosiery Interwoven Hosiery... the best hose for men. is all-rou- nd Smith lt'i & Am berg Cadet Hosiery for women und children hnvc splice heels and toes. I I WHY NOT GET THE BEST Phone 185 and for a trial order ot receive another shipment of Neuralgia of tho face, shoulders, our dui'less cooking cool. No slack; that fine cooking coal this week, hands or feet requires a powerful better get your order In now It you romedy thnt will penotrato tho flesh. "'"., BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT want It. A. A. Farls. thnt power. Rubbed la where VWWi VWWWWAWWVWWV the pain is felt Is all that Is neces-sar- " FOR SALE: All my horse, mules, cattle, milk cows, hogs, wagons and store to rclleie tho suffering nnd reant normal buggies at special prices. STEVE and $1.00.Sold conditions. Price 25c,50c by Hickman Drug Co. S La Cede Building, over Brevard's Store STAHR'. 4c. It. A. Tyler has been on the sick Phone No. SI Pennsylvania capitalists have pur list for several days tx chased recently In Eastorn Kentucky 175000 ncres of coal and timber lands out with 8ont t valued nt $1500,000. daiirrouti. jUjMBp ETjVfBpMMBLMfcB!BrlLLLLm "i Hit- rirclo of usefulness to himself H.000 more. All honor to tlieso Constipation Is cnusel by a wenknem '1 his neighbors. Union City Jinny pious peoplo nnd many who ilamos. of the nrnes nml niusclis of tho large lovo the Sunday feast and many who : InlMilne or dosrendlni; colou. To Hi.' jwcklng Industry according to i V-- r' Thono IC llepublcaln nioiiibera of permanent relief you must there- enjiy tho Day of Rest will hall with f o ""la bullotlna.hna grown 46 per tho lA)gHllnture will feol mighty V. ( fore tone up ti ml strengthen these or Joy an oxtra Sunday this year 1911 t n the past fivo years. Uut oven up nt Frankfort this winter nib- puns nnd restore them to healthier gaSS-3f- g for there aro 53 Sundays In this year. JSrC a ft '''-i- t ' tho Incroam) can't kisji) paco bing up against 112 IK'inocnitlc mem-bor' you to try Ilexnll Orderlies " Ui" Increaao In prices. We want Hickman llaptlst church, Sunday, nn our recommendation. They nre ex N'ov. 19th. Sunday School 10 a. m., eat K" t'llowny Uopubllcana got loss Tho prospect of cheap turkey In cecdlngly pleasant to take, being preaching 11 o'clock, evening servlco nnr money than any bunch In local market for Thanksghlng Is en like candy, una nre laeni tor um-dreand old folks, 7 p. in. Wo extend a cordial Invitadelicate person", Male pleasing. ns well as for the robust. They net tion to all. Spurgeon Wlngo, pastor. For Women, Misses dlreotlv on the nerves nnd muscles of Mrs. Spurgeon Wlngo and Spurand Children They apparently hnvo boweN. the orgeon, Jr., nro visiting .Mr. nnd Mrs. a neutral nitlon on other associate AS NECESSARY as the right corset to the gans or glands They do not purge, T S. Meek, of Mcndvllle, 1'enn. Rev woman who would be correctly and comcause rcess've looseness, nor create Wlngo went with them & far as Cinfortably gowned. THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING any lin onrenlence whatever. They may cinnati, and returned to Hlckmnn last bu'tnso a any time, day or night. Friday. Here arc some of its exclusive merits. They w'll positively relieve chronic or A patented scat thnt gives extra room where If not of surgical habitual rrnstlpatlon. No services nt tho Presbyterian room Is needed most. vnre'i rnd the myriads of nssoclnte church next Sunday as tho pastor, A special stay that prevents the garment from or tic, end"tit r'ironic nllments, If taken Rov. Stockton will bo on a tour stretching over the shoulder. v"h 'remilnr'tv for n reasonable length through centrnl Kentucky nnd Middlo An clastic cuff that holds the sleeve In place 10 cents; 3rt tab'cts, of Hi. " - tab'cts. and keeps It from slipping up on the arm. tablets. SO ccntH. Sold Tonncsseo looking over some fields Trimming put on In an Improved way, giving ex- "5 cents: Store. which aro calling for his srvlccs. "i,1v Ilnxall qulsilcdaintincssthatls not lessened by washing. our storo-T- he Tho Hickman Drug Co. President Tnft caused consterna In all shapes and fabrics at the price you tion among Republicans by his speech usually pay. Try Athena for the children. A Burglar's Awful Deed, Perfect ruling garments for all ages from two at the Hamilton Club cornerstone layto sixteen years. may not paralyze a homo so com- ing In Chcglno when ho admitted tho pletely as a mother's long Illness. possibility of defeat In 1912. and If your dealer doesn't handle it, write for prices. Hut Dr. King's Now Ufa Pills are a pledged himself loyally to support tho splendid remedy for womon. "Thoy now Government If tho peoplo decided gave mo wondorful benefit In constl-paMo- that they wanted a change Champ and fomnlo trouble," wrote Mrs Clark says It has taken Taft n long M. C. Dtinlnp, of Leadlll, Tenn. If tlmo to lcnrn Incorporated that ho is doomed to ailing try them, 25c at Helm & dofuat. ' ! m ago n Kansas farmer put and dauKhtera of the The F.EE IF IT FAILS. ft dollar bill. The uoxt Confodcrato ooldiera of Hickman, tak wmt to Uio nearest town and ing a cue from tho unveiling of tho Your Mony Bask if You An Not 8at- nh a merchant lteforo tho beautiful monument in I'nion City by Itr.id With thi Medicine We out ho had Kot tho dollar L)iilda8 I'olk Chapter, have ordered Rteommend. k Four limes lit hIx yoars u 10.0(u monumont to be erected In We are so vd;ive that our remedy bill came back to him (or honor of the Confederates, living and will rxrnsnrntly relieve constipation, and thrvo tltnoa ho heard of dead. It will lake the form of a vaat no ii uter how chroulc It may be, that the medicine nt our " ti- - pockat of hla neighbors, Tho nr-h- , to bo constructed at tho city we T ..r t. furnishfall to produce satis-ft). ! r' 'M It nun hi' not It back wm four cemetery gale It will prwlwbly take n Mitt. ao lit it to ft mull or- - tho form of th mighty trtumpnm orn limn unelete to attempt It l r i.miM- n jlttJI novCr aeon that home of tho emperor erected to cure niiixthwtlon with cnthnrtlc " hi iw.-- , and never will. That In Homo. The lato Mr. Huchanan do- drrnf I.nntlve or cathnrtlca do much ,.... ........ ar Will ..- .w. tint Utl UJlflU ...tisit nated 3,000 for this monument ... h.viii harm. Thov inuso n reaction, irritate, PVUISV. '.J " equnl um Wfts tbImhI. The and weaken I he Itowols and tend lo for him, will not build or nn ".ht.n any of tho homca for tho noblo old Henry Tyler came ncrona ma' e iiuihIIimIIoii more nchronic. I I heir ine becomes hnblt that """"iiilty. n0 SS.000 and the ladlea raised onUroly j in ground up and practically no fire was Percy Jones mado a business trip In tho stove that day. to St. Louis tho first of tho week. This residence was purchased a few daya ago by P. It. Moss from J. J. C. Cypress Shingles, 11.25 a thousand Bondurant. Wo understand that he at mill. C. M. Yates Shingle Co. carried about $1500 Insurance on the Wo deliver tho goods anywhere you proportyf nnd will stand to low tell us to. White Bros, Phone 135. Mr. Harry carried $600 on his house Tho Embroidery Club will meet to- hold goods, and estimates his loss at morrow (Friday) afternoon at 2:30 nearly twice that amount. S. U. Parker and wife who wore making with Mrs. C. P .Shumate. their homo with their daughter, Mrs. FOH SALE or exchango for No. 1 Barry, temporarily, lost tholr personal milk cow, a now top buggy In first effects and had no Insurance. class condition. J. M. LINN. It wns fortunate no other housos were located In that lmmodlate vi Rev. W. G. Stockton and family aro cinity; having no flro protection thero visiting relatives In Ncwbcrn, Tenn., nnd tho high wind would havo meant nnd Mrs. Stockton will return about certain destruction. Thanksgiving. I will ters fer aBythlaxMa'turaltureT"' It .was a,brlck'chrBeybullUfroni"tlie .."NlncvtonUis at the people ot this country favor the annexation ot Canada" declared Champ Clark, speaker of the houso of representatives In a speeth Thursday "and I don't caro who hears mo say it." He added: "You let me run for president on a platform calling for annexation ot Canada, In so far as this country can accomplish that end, and let President Taft run against me, opposing annexation, and I will carry every state In the nation." This very question bids fair to become one of the Issues In the next presidential campaign. It may and It may not be good policy, aud will Ilkoly to receive more or less criticism from all parties. Saturday night at the Lyric ii.r pos-so33- a tn PontlBt arc-be- ii L - pro-vie- He-ld- e. AAiHofNAoOfArAr - ' Nowii-Hanne- mEB3M ex-p- lono-Bom- sr HvJfiyfe""" J J a. ATHENA UNDERWEAR ? W S M m Hickman Wagon Co. Smith & Amberg n t a V H0GWALL0W NEWS. The members of tho Kxcelslor Fiddling Band took the blind innn that recently moved Into our midst out snipe hunting Tuesday night. He va left to bold the sack, but early Thursday morning he grew Impatient aud wont home. Two brothers, Ksam and Isaiu, are here from a visit from tbe Calf It I Us comunlty. They are twins, and wear tbe same kind of collar buttons. Sap Spradlcn tsnys there are very few peoplo that can wash their faces without getting their hands wet CAUSE FOR ALARM. FEEDING SHEEP IN A RACK 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 your home. All good values and very especially priced, as we realize how badly you need them. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCORPORATFD Ftt Smith has brought to our office a pound of very old butter, which Is a curiosity, on account of Its having been made from tho milk of n young cow. Tho Deputy Constable left on n hurry call this morning for Hounding HUlows, whero ho was called to arretit a man who held up and robbed tho Old Miser of his pockctbook that contained several Confederate bills of lnrgo denomination. Before leaving In his tho Deputy placed n stove-cybosom In case thcro was any shooting In his direction. o Dock Hocks, our enterprising blacksmith, who does barbor work, on tho side, has announced that hercaftor ho will cut hair at the rato of ten cents per hundred. Tobo Moaoley has been staying at home this week trying to study up a good name for a dog ho has Just traded for. Tho blind man that recently joined tho Excelsior Fiddling band has bought himself a pair of spectacles to uso when he plays the small fiddle. Less of Appotite or Dlitreis After Est. ing a Symptom That Should Not D Disregarded. for A!" cite Is Just i nutiinil for J I "t MM'H' ' or "tollmen (IN tri a.iri nliw luulnte Indigestion or dyrtpil:i OtcrtuUUK Is n habit vrj dangerous to a pornon's good gen em health. not what you ent. but what you It you tllr- -i mill Hcdlmllote that do ph.il Some of the strongest, heaviest, nnd lniilihlt persons are modi-rotfilters. Tln-rIs nothing that will cause morn trouble than a disordered atom-nrh- . anil many people dally contrnrl serious ma'nrties simply through disregard or nbuie of the stomach. We nrge nil who suffer from nny stomach derangement. Indigestion, or dypiiln. whether acute or chronic, to try Itoxnll Dyspepsia Tablets, with the dt'tluct understanding thnt we will refund their money without question or formality. If after reasonable aso of this nuslMue. they are not perfectly satisfied with the results. We recommend thorn to our customer.! every dnr, and have yet to hear of nny one who ban uot boon benefited by them. We honestly twllove thorn to be with out equal They give very prompt relief, aiding to neutralize tho gastric Juices, strengthen the digestive organs, to nguUte tbe bowels, aud thus to pro mote perfect nutrition, nnd eradlcato all unluwlthr symptoms. We urge ynn to try n 2.V. lox of Ilexall IyNsln Tablets, which gives At the end of 15 days' treatment. that time, your money will be returned to von if you are not satisfied. Of course. In chronic cases length of treat niont varies For such cases, we have tv larger sizes, which noil for W)c nnd $1 (a i itemombcr. you enn obtain Itoxall Itomedlos In this community onlr at our store The Ilexall Klore. The Hickman Drug Co. e i e e Sheep should alwaya bo fed In a rack or trough. A good rack may be' mado of any size or length dealred tout tho bottom should be high enough from the ground to allow the aheep to .pick up any loom fodder or grain that) hs scattered about If the trough U, placed on the ground, animals will run over It and foul the feed. It should be very strongly constructed of) boards not leaa than one inch thick, VEGETABLES Phono PRODUCE c. H. MOOrtE FRUITS aaflBB4sBejBsfjesefsaV9Bkfc BR. fl. 0. LOHGiEffi Veterinary Surgeon Graduate of Chicago Vet. College 1893. Office at Stcvo Stnhr's DOTH Livery ll.irn PHONES 194 Reiidcnce Phone, Cumh. Calls promptly nniwrred night day. Satisfaction guaranteed Rack for Feeding Sheep. and the top piece, running lengthwise,, hould be at least four Inches wide to give the trough rigidity In making1 Pay your State, County and ScIkx.i , screws this, or any other Uxos now ad save costs of col,,, should alwaya be used in preference to naila, as they will hold the pieces tlou. togethor more firmly and do not work Ooalder John... loose, aa naila do. Sheriff, Fulton Cou j feed-device- Tax Notice, Phone 38 for groceric Phone 195. f W:' WHEiJ SI HATS WERE ENVIED Cricket Hicks, who has tho impor i Millinery Shiptant ami lucrative job of ringing tho A New ment of 22 Years Ago bell at tho Tickvlllo church every Turns Up. third Sunday, has asked Jor shortor hours. In compliance with this de Kansas City. Mo. When "wlfe" mand the deacons met and changed wnntcd a now hat twenty years ago, the date until the fourth Sunday. "husband" would give her 11.25 nnd which Is oiio week later each month. say, "Now, dear, get tho boat hat la town and don't bother about returnOne of tho most profound mystor-le- s ing the change to me." That's the &jajxrjE3 Toons iwnx3i3i:333vtAajorj3 that has clouded tbo brow of tho "story- in twenty hats that Mrs Bollo by buying direct from the Mill. I manufacture the best shingles in the deputy constable, Is now shrouding Jones of Burden, Kan., brought with her to Kansaa City, the other day Crrllil Ivuv, ht x, i liinrrwrnMii wo Nu. State. All are almost half an inch thick, and guaranteed. the public's mind. Whero is Rnz BarMrs. Jones startod a millinery store low's hat? Ho Is suro that ho pulled in Burden about twenty-fivyears ago. Best Heart Shingles, per it off when ho went to bed Wednes- Jutt twenty-twyears ago tbo moved ss day nlght but when ho roso next her itock from one part of town to an" ' Best Prime other A box of twenty hats was mis morning it had completely disappear " " Economy ed. Realizing the vast ltnportanco of placed and Mra, Jones bolloved It bad a hat ho at onco began a closo search been lost. They were little hats in days and tho wholo lot was in stock at at my place in West Hickman, or may be had at Mill at and ero tho dinner hour hnd arrived those Kept nearly all of the beat people of the Tyler. Ky. community were helping him hunt for t. It. After dinner tbo party was conMe siderably strengthened by tho postmaster and a gallon of Hckcr nnd the houso was ontlrely surrounded and rapclosely searched. A theory was then advanced that It might be under tho house, und tho building was raised J,n--1 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY several feet while tho deputy went under with his lantern, but to no Tho stable was next object of search, and finally, strong suspicion rested upon tho cow that had all this time stood by the fence, looking much Will Appreciate Your Business. appearfuller and with a down-cas- t ance, and when it becamo known that Kaz's hat was of delightful eaUng straw, tho suspicion was doubly 553 Hats Then and Now. strengthened. On account of tho lateness of tho season Ilaz has decided packed In a box that would hardly hold not to bring suit aguinst tho owner ono of the plcturo hats of today. Reof tho animal, and will count himself cently Mrs. Jonos found tbo box and ou. a good hat and tho cow in otie. brought it to Kansas City. There wore threo loading styles In After reaching tho conclusion that tho tho box: Tho dress hat, with Its stiff cow had consumed tho bat, Rax rellttlo alrgretto standing lonely on tbo' membered that tho cow bad been crown; the sailor, a miniature "Merry watching him suspiciously all summer Widow," about tho alzo of an doll's hat, and the bonnet, which TO "REDUCE YOVP. Tho Deputy Constablo has decided perched on tho bead in a precarious DO EXPENSES-T- O BUSINESS IN A BUSto apply for office again, Instead of balance. The beat bat In tho lot reINESSLIKE way -- to going to work at somo Icgitimato bus- tailed at $1.25. All woro Now York JIAFE THE "BOTHER OF HANDLING CASH iness. Ho recognizes tbo unlimited styles, and they woro envlod generally TAKEN OUT OF TOUR influence that is in his power to ex- when they first wero placed on exhiHAND- S- TO HAVE bition in tho llttlo shop window of EASILY, TOUR MONET ert over tho peoplo as an offlco hold- Mrs. Jones. ACCESSIBLE -- TO ENer. Though his immediate territory iiiiH JOY ABSOLUTE SAFE. mm rr-Acovers only Hogwallow and vicinity, BUT A FEW Pins Blondlne Her Hair. OF THE TRUTHS AS ho claims credit for tbo peaceful con Akron, O. Mrs. Edward Vonkeenai TO WHY TOU SHOULD dition that goes on over tho entire has sent a lock of her hair to Dr. HarOPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT HfKE United States being one of tho men vey Wlloy, the government's chief whose duty it is to keep tho public chemist 81w says she recently :v- - i ftAsss some celluloid hairpins which HIIAMAN HANn ANJ IhUol IU. in a printing house electric light is the in a lawabidlng condition. Ho ?, II her hair from havo if Jt was not for him, and tbo yellowtumed sbo proposes to brown to best, nnd for factories or shops turning and iu other officers who aro constantly on maker of tho pins If an analysis the rtll out typewriters, clocks, watches, parts for duty with their lanterns by night and Justify tbe suit their eaglo cyo by day, that thoro bigger machines, it will aid in getting would bo a largo lot of ' better and more work. Whatever your moanness going on in all parts of tho LYRIC THEATRE Books Some Good Shows. lighting or other electrical necessities furworld, that tho peoplo who aro withMore Good Ones to Follow. out tho shining star of authority ther your own financial interests by conSaved Child From Death. See Our Agent would bo unablo to successfully copo sulting us. Our diagnosis and prescrib"After our child had suffered from with, or prevent. sovero bronchial trouble for a year," Nov. 28. "Tho Girl and tho King." ing will help you a whole lot. wrote C. T. Itlchardson, of Richard-san'- s Dec? . "Tho Belcher Wright Tho Wild Onion school tcachorhos Mills Ala., "wo feared It had 29. "Feck's Bad Boy." for high grade consumption. We tried many reme- traded or a new dictionary and will Jan. 3. "A Bncholor's Honeymoon" dies without avail, and doctor's medi- Lara a lot of big words to uso whon cine joeroed as useless. Finally we tho trustees visit tho school Friday Jan. 13. "Tholma." tried Dr. King's Now Discovery, and (Incorporated) Jan. "Yankee Doodlo Stock afternoon. Kontucklan. are pleased to say COAL OIL and GASOLINE effectfd a complete that one bottle Co." cure, and our u. X-. STx 3VTsrx-- . child Is again strong and healthy." Fob. G. "Weary Wllllo Walker." For coughs, colda, hoarseness, lagripp It Startled tho World Feb. 29. "Human Hears." asthma, croup and sore lungs, i3 the March 19. "Tho Girl & tho Tramp" Lowest prices and prompt ruon Infallible remedy that's mado. whon tho astonishing claims woro March 20. "Tho Thief." Frlco COe and 1.00. Trial botUo first mado for Bucklon'a Arnica Salvo delivery. Absolutely wonderful euro free. Guaranteed by Helm & Elli bu forty years of truo, and ovory-wher- o uniform. havo proven them son Stop coughing! you rack tho lungs "Bread in Old Kentucky" high pa it is now known as tho best nnd worry the body. BALLARD'S Balve on earth for Burns, Bolls, Winter la almost horo. Phono 195 IIORBIIOUND SVIIUP checks Irrlta-tlon- s ont Margaret flour. Botter tbanotlu- OVlve XJm sk. Tx-la- l Bruises, Try our washed cooking coal. Unl- - Scalds, Sores, Cuts, Chapped Sprains, and wo will call for your winter cloth heals tho lungs and restores but costs no more. Bettersworth & hands, Swellings, ing and put them in first claBS shape. comfortnblo breathing. CO. form size lumps; no dust and dirt. Fever SoresEczomn, Price 2Bc Pnithor. INDIAN REFINING and Piles. Only 25c at BOc uuu $1.00 per bottle. Sold by tho' WhlU Bios. A. A. Farts. EVA.j8VILLE Helm & Ellison. Hickman Drug Co. Sheet Mmle at Fethe & French's. UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office SHINGLES AT MILL PRICES fhofit $3.00 2.65 2.00 THE FOUNLWI01SPW FVERY rWrTTOM IS ABANKAGlCOBNt 1,000 e true happiness can 10 the fact of possible ever come dependency Don't Place Your Order Until You See C. H. SMITH been entirely eliminated, and be done by means of a bank accou: You should acquire one, and once started you will be surprised how easily and idly it grows. unit has this can only The Peoples Bank IEIt RE itn For the Composing Room par-chas- high-hande- d Saad Salamy Co-D- ec. Hickman Ice Coal Co. iJiijijONr, 13-1- PRES F. E. I CASE & SON Ins Dt T a full Hn5 of TUFT'S ADDRESS EXCERPTS FROM LINCOLN MORIAL ADDRESS. TO COUNTRY'S ME FRESH CANNED GOODS Both Foreign nnd Domestic TRIBUTE SAVIOF Washington Grip Flakes Crenm of Wheat Rolled Oats and Postum All New Fruits, Apples, Goods. Oranges Pecans, Malaga Grapes And Bananas ill be glad to have n part of your trade. The President Pays High Tribute ti Lincoln In Dedicatory Address at Unveiling of Statue. Frankfort. The nildroM of Prosl dent Taft Incident to the unveiling o tlio atntuu of Abraham Lincoln hare wns n beautiful trlbuto to the (Iron rimanclpuior. The irtMdnt xwld "Wo nre mot to dedlento M thin, tin capital of Kentucky, a moBttmint tt lior son. Abraham Unroln Uncoln'. Iiaronta wore lowlj iieojile frotn Vr Klnln, and their course wan like tha-omany others from the Old Itomln Ion Into Kentucky, awl thwp arrow the to Indlann and I'lluoU TbotiRh Unroln lived but elan year of his Wit-- , ho kn K. til irK) well, and It Is must nttlng Hint It should have a memorial of til in The (Useeiitilons with wnhti thli stale hm torn during the nr f ror - rftlfr THESE M If In Ht. Ixiula this Ix-r- e . w.i.tw miim t. if ! furlln was on Hcolfoot eok. Jorstjy Hull M. A. a thoroughbred ml , at one dollar, MAJH6TIO Itp t the separations between fatlur mic son and brother and brother, th- - dl 1fIoIi of fainlllvK wtre but t plral o the agony ofVt'im iiin.uuh hii li l.in coin JxiummI iiti.r In took tin h. Im o state and Kui'itd the fti of our ill tni tet rr.uri'ry lll ivKK BOtVrtNir-lvmtirinuii- Kii.o iikt-r- In ilito Hardwuro Co. of l , of Caduanh, was littro l lnl wek on Oil Cqiuimiij. bunl-llUn- . are going to Ret ft sowing . i tb baac lint Hlngor unns. from l. A. Htock. or Vrtfem K.ih.TiE if Friday en route tokr visit u titW Im rSBBBTjar r; l w Mb ffaeaaTaKV iVaW kr t r llamUomti rtafdancoop- Nino rooms and bath, mom for nolllnK. H. II. Ourtln wnt to Craig Mo. Monday with Hollls "M.k to tknl point, and ihot tti wa) down. A o ll Ki' y ., I ' a.wMilt and battery on iniiKton, hna been ooquk-- - Iric, IndloU-- d on the wo tr Tivrr. bate ' for I'ruatdvnt Taft to r KUStllllg IMMMRl of OOM Hi. Kraal uduontor. hi.- - "m ii and Mr. Joe llnrpwr day morning from Nnsh- tl had buttn to aeo Mrit t i.i r. an Infirmary thar. an operation Sntur- Kriod ItunrovtHK. u i II Sullivan nnd O. T uiif down Krlday from May was tho first Umo Mr. ad lHn hero ulnco a four '.nil of typhoid fovor, but Is k In the storo again, aii returned to Mnyfleld - Engraued Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src. Sen samples. Jit Courier Office. 2i ft- - ttw '?rrotecuoh i y "Those who wero closest to Unroln said that he was a man sided man. and that he ae different of himself to different people that there were things unexplaln ul nlmul him. n rnullBUnl sadness and gloom that pervaded all his waklm: hour, ami they describe blm In tonoi of mystlrlam. as If to make him groat er by remortng the lines of his character. "I don't think It Is too much to snj that Uncoln had the most judicial tomporamont of any man In history. Ho considered tho nrguments of his opponents with all tho fairness ol John Stuart Mill, nnd though not Ilka that mild philosopher removed from the turmoils of life, but In the very center of tho fra he netortheloss preserved that calm. Judicial consideration of the views of every one that be came Important, nnd In his disagreement with thorn ho left nothing moro than the application of nn apt story or n clear Kurlld llko demonstration of error without sting With his loo of truth the supreme trait of his In tolled, accompanied by a conscience knew that Insisted on the right ns hetonder-noss- , It, with a great heart full of wo have the combination that mado Uncoln one of tho two greatest Americans. "Ho hated slaery boonuso ho had reasoned out Its Injustice, and Its demoralizing effect upon the country nn.t n.n rnmmiinltv In which It was n legal Institution. Ho did not halo tho slaveholders, nnd there Is not tho slightest ovldonco ho evor had a fooling of blttorness toward thorn as n class. Ho know bow tho Institution hnd grown, how It had becomo n part of society, bow closely Imbedded It wns In tho econom) of tho south, and confrom tho time when ho entered ho died his mind wns bont gress until on problems for tho solution of tho diniculty by which tho cancer could bo excised nnd no Injustlco dono to thosoo hoso constitutional rights had sysIntertwined with the hated tem nnd Interdependent upon It. In hla "It Itf noted by Mr flllder thatcontrofor n settlement of the plnns versy, bb tho wnr drow to Its closo, In hla there was still In his mind and confls- deslro compensation for tho Decision cated property In tho slaves, an idoi which ho failed to carry to Kb conclu slon because of tho unanimous oppo Bltlon of hla cabinet nnd of public opln Ion at tho north. 1 entiiro to saj that there Is no lnstanco In hlstor) whore tlio lender of a great cause in groat war, maligned, Insulted, tried Ir every way by his enemies, prescrvec" throughout tho attitude of conciliation of good will, of chnrlty and almost ol lovo toward his active opponents la arms. It Is this trait of Lincoln that today I would dwell upon, becauso II lo what makes the erection of thl monument here peculiarly approprl ate. "While not ono of tho seceding statos, Kentucky was a slave Btate, and half her imputation wero In arms against tho government. Sho Is a southorn state Sho has tho Uavor, the history, tho traditions of the south, and here, whero Lincoln bad his birth, tho memorial to him finds Its reason In hla wonderful charity nnd patience toward thoso who, as he thought, In tholr blindness, were seeking to destroy tho best government that man ever had Certain It Is thnt tho spirit that cctuatcd thoso who enmo Into control of the policy of tho dominant party, nftcr his death, was different from what Lincoln's would lmvo been They had the stern, moral, I'urltun couvlctlnn that secession was troason, nnd that it must not be condoned without nt least a period of subjection and ropentnnce. Tho expression of his successor that ho proposed to make ternson odious was a true Indication of the attitude of tho statesmen whose Influence was prevailing In congress of that day. It la clear thnt had Unroln lived his great and Influence would have softened tlio asperities of reconstruction, nnd would have produced a reconciliation of the sections nt an earlier d.ito than has been realized; but even though he did not live, oven though tho mad and misguided assassin's bullet obstructed nnd Injured most deop-l- y the cause ho thought ho was promoting, the greatness of Lincoln's soul nnd his character and tho Influence Hint his words and his deeds nnd his attltudo still work upon thoso who have come after him make his llfo and his attltudo toward tho south and his love of thoso whom ho had hardly time beforo his death to regard as an) thing but enemies in arms, full of a pierluus Inheritance for them. The south knows, as tho north knows now, that there Is no soul that unites them In perfect amity llko that of Abraham Lincoln. Tho south knows, as tho north knows, that every administration that removes another cnuso of misunderstanding between the soctlons, or thnt brings them closer together In any way, Is acting under the Inspiration of him who could lovo his entire country with un-diminished ardor when nearly one-halwas seeking to destroy Its integrity. Here, then, at a place that know bat-tlthnt knew fan Hy dissension, thnt know bloody rontl'ct, that represented In tho shnrpost and cmcllst way n division of tho sections, here, now thnt perfect peace and amity and harmony prevail, let this memorial bo dedicated as typical of tho lovo which he, In whoso memory it Is reared, maintained for all Americans, with a kindly, fatherly patience thnt has no counterpart since Hethlchom." -. o, (Special Faihinn Report from Ilischof.) What she wears A style bulletin published by 0 !4, 1 1 Smith & Amberg i. X i The New Materials The materials u scd in making the suits and coats for fall wear are very different from the hard-finished, dull-colore- coats of heavy, mannish mixtures and others of re- - d suiting cloths of other seasons. The colors arc softer, more becoming; weaves warmer, trying. mm I the less crsiblc cloths. We have suits of trim M.rge, plain tailored, and e "dressier" models in effects and Scotch mixtures. Some of these have individual collars in sailor shapes, others a touch of contrasting color in the trimming. Come in and sec them. two-ton- tin I Scotch Mixtures Mot of these materials arc in Scotch mixtures, some of them in two and three-coleffects. These bright colors arc put in bynieans of tiny threads, indistinct strics nnd almost invisible plai Is. There is just enough color put in to give "life" to a suit made from this material, to make it becoming and individual looking. Aside from these attractive wxMvca and the becom-itif- r touches of contrasting color, the new materials have enough body to "work up" well. They banc perfectly straight, hold their shape and arc especially' adapted to s t'te narro.v, skins nnd short jackets that arc to be worn this tratght-hangin- T'riT In' all I w Rough Surfaced Materials Practical For practical wear, cheviots arc going to be much worn. Heavy Wright broadcloths will also be used. Woolen fabrics with a plain surface and a checked or plain back in some contrast-in;- ; shade will bo popular for full length coats. And these rough surfaced materials are ery practical. They neither soil nor muss easily. As a guide to your fall clothes buying tre haxe every stle of tailored garment-w- arm coats of fur fabric, Ggp- - ! I It" iBil'iPllH ling On Friday evening of Inst week, Mrs. T. T. Swavne, Mr. nnd Mrs. Uie first dance given In tho now club Henry Sanger, Mr. and Mm. F. S. rooms wns onjoved by quite a num- Moore, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. M. Tyler, ber of tho young folks and married Mr. nnd Mrs. Percy Jones, Mr. and folks. The dnncc was Informal, but Mrs. Sude Nnlfeh, Mrs. Perry Selby, flno ball room and elegant club rooms of St. Louis, Misses Virginia Prnther, made tho evening a pleasant ono Myrtle Wnlker, Cecil Uarnes. Ruth nnd rich compart d to the places other Klmbro, Louise Atwood, Marie Bredunces hnve been given. Tho East vard, Nell Rogers, Ulrdie Glover, BonHickman string bond furnished music nie Carpenter, Ruth Edwards, of May-fielFrankyo Reld, Homer Green; nnd the dance enjoyed until the midnight hour The guests wero Mr. and Mossrs. Guy Hole, W. C. Reed, Coa-gi- ll Rogers C. L. Wnlker, of Padu-caMrs. C. L. Wnlker. Mr nnd Mrs. J C. Sexton, .Mr nnd Mrs. F M. Caso, Mr Collier, Gus Alexander, Ferd Mr nnd Mrs C 1 Shumate, Mr. nnd Maddox, Edward Prnther, A. E. Owens, C. M. Reynolds, D. B. H. E. Curlin, Lelbo-vlt- z, Will Brown who recently shot Bud Grlssom at Fulton, was given a preliminary hearing beforo Esq. Taylor Friday and placed under n 12000 bond for his appearance at tha January term of circuit court. His victim will recover. Brown will plead self defense. FOR SALE: A few cholf lota in Rogers Addition. For particulars at this office. in-ui- re Affecting Ordinances. Tim coutt of appeals. In i......,t,rnr hv deciding u caso from Henderson, holds or fire, water may thnt whero a city council gives an - niucn aamaga as the fire. Fire dluanco Us flrBt passngo and then falls niurance protecta you against the to got enough votes to glvo It tho secl0 by fire at well as the Iota by ond passage, tho council may, In a time, reconsider tho vote by amage. A fire Insurance , In a reliable company which tho ordinance failed to pass tha with a rep- aecond time. Tho tnlldlty of tho -,, ,ur rair aaalng an(J prompt la not affected by tho fnlluro nest li your best protection. We reo to pass at Its second ren Ins Tho two months Is a reafe"nt on'y such companies. court hero B sonable tlmo In which to reconslioi H. C. HELM, Agent such mutter by the couucll. Flro department! are necetiaryand ave much property, but they cannot bt relied unon aluu AUhmmh may put out the do " pol-Pc- y b.-J- Nearlng Completion. o "Klght) five per cent of tho coal road which has been In process of construction during tbo past six months from Shelby, Ky., co Klkhorn Is now completed, and It Is hoped by spring that tho cntiro line will bo finished," said J. L. Richmond, "Tho clvlt engineer and contractor. road when finished will cost approximately $70,000 n mllo." Engineer Richmond Is a member of tho Skecno & Richmond Construction His firm has tho con Co. of St. tract for tho erection of tho concrete bridges nlong tho lino of tbo now coal road, which Is being constructed Jointly by tbo Ilnltlmoro & Ohio Itnllroad Co. nnd tho Consolidated Coal Co. Tho coal rond will connect with tho C. & O. nt Sholby, Ky., and It extends from thnt point to Elkhorn Creek, Ky When completed tho coal from tho rich Eastern Kentucky fields will bo Bhlpped by tho U, &. O. and C. & O. to Kcnova, W. Va., w hero It will bo trans-porteto tho lnko ports. bridges, "Thcro nro thirty-eigh- t somo of which have nlready been con structed, whllo othors nro ct to bo miles of tho built, on tho twenty-eigh-t now coal road," said Engineer Rich mond. "Theso bridges nro all to bo of reinforced concrete construction with hollow plors. Four miles of track have been laid nnd tho grading for tho comploted. ontlro line Is now well-nigH Is understood tho coal company hnB certain trnckngo agreements with tho Cheaapcako & Ohio for tho hauling of the product of tho mines to W Va., en routo to tho lnko lortn. Tho Consolidated Coal Co. Is ,ue of the tlrhest corporations of Its kind In 'he countrv. It now controls (' cii.ira many mines In Eastern te t . nd will open many shafts h new line, which Is now In u.ldlug, Just us soon ns It i letcd. Moy between tho ages of fourteen i td sixteen jenrs can carry newsp.v -t - on routes for hire without secur- ..nrmiiit from nuthorltics. declared of .upj, James P. Gregory Ho tho crlm- said that ln.il court of Louisville. lie did not think tho legislators putting a ban on such work bo)s, when It enacted what Is b Known ns tho child labor law of Kentucky. He said tho law was to pro-vethe onslnvement of children In factories, whero tho work Is hazardous and llablo to malm them and break down their health. twenty-elgbt-mlld Ko-no- 1E- - U- - tk 'tfi ;r til. I m vivTr: J5L m. We Want Your Furnishing Business we think we have the most complete BECAUSE Hickman. Men's Furnishings is our hobby we never tire of pushing this line. The exacting young man can depend on us for any part of his attire, from a collar button to a $50.00 suit and the prices are right. t il 1! REMEMBER THE PLACE 'l I ' BRADLEY & PARHAM i "il V i "Amberg's Favorite" Molasses NOW ON TAP " The Kind That Tastes Like More THE HICKMAN COURIER "Cevtft Western Ktntackt Ukelht-Drx)- " 1 SPEEH 4 SEXTON, PUBLISHERS Subscription Rate $1.00 per Year ROLL OF HONOR New Subscribers and Renewals Since our Last Report. Tho following names have been add ed to the Courier list since our last report, and embrace somo of the be3t folks on earth: W. E. Barnett. Jas. Whltson. H. H. Lacy. Katie Barbee. Lucy Wright. W. E. Allen. R, Glaser. lire. M. Margraf. Miss Lizzie Heltman.H. C. Matron. J. J. Seay. Mrs. J. N. Crosby. Miss Emma Tyler. Sude M. Nalfeh. W. G. Anderson. Nalfeh Bros. Gene Blakemore. O. T. Salmon. Hone Telephone Co. J. M. Alexander. J. H. Provow. George Davie. J. A. McBrlde. Mra. C. A. Smith. Chas. S. Driver. Mrs. Fannie Prathcr. , R, Y. McConnell. Ernest Fowler. Wm. R. Owen. Joe Roper. T. M. Rice. G. W. Menees. Mrs. J. R. Shelby. Jas. Bolar. R. T. Gammons. W. A. Johnston. - P. O. Box 333. Tom Smith. Nathan Talley. Mrs. II. Buchanan. C. B. Morris. Jim Williams. C. C. Woods. L. I. Wheeler. Ward Luten. Henry Campbell. C. C. Campbell. Sallle Thomas. J. M. Linn. W. S. Fetho. Mrs. Joe Ridley. L. II. Klrkpatrlck. W. J. Cook. W. A. Hlnshaw. J. R. McClellan. W. T. Toombs. C. S. Shelby. Mrs. Fannie Everett. Chas. T. Isbell. J no. Choato. S. T. Roper. ROUTE SIX. Mrs. Eula Vaughn visited her mother ono day last week. B-SE- M MILLS Fig- Texan Long a Distinguished ure in Congress. ComeLook or Buy You'll be welcome nt nny time, nnd you'll never see a finer line of nttrnctivc merchnndise than we enn show you. ftii Harry Poyner is nil smiles. Ho has Lawyer Who Represented the Lone a big boy at hla lioute. Star State In the House and Sen Years ate for Twenty-8lThero was prayer meeting ut Mra. Passes Away. Sunday night Stanley's x I' fci Miss Rcadcnou was the guest of Miss Floy Marshall Momlu Bro. W. L. King was a callor In our community one day last week. The young peoplo enjoyed n dance at .Mr. Jim Jackson's Friday night. Mrs. Myrtle Wells and family arc Isltlng relatives In Unloi. week. Donnle Jimerson wns tho guest of Mrs. Bill Marshall Sunday Miss Joe Brltt. Edgar Williams. A. S. BarketL Mrs. J. M. Burgoyne. Phillip Mangold. D. B. Wilson. v Journey Reeves. W. C. Reed. J. F. Easley. S. A. Choate. E. A. Mayfield. Lloyd Brown. Frank Watson. C. M. Yates. Harry B. Threlkeld. Mrs. J. S. Mosier. W. A. Campbell. J. F. McClellan. Walter Crostlc. Lewis Atwlll. Ben Alexander. L. Klrkpatrlck. A. M. Tylor. C. C. Smith. Marvin Shelton. Ivey Tankersley. J. A. Elgin. W. A. Campbell. W. G. Green. Ben Banton. A. II. Wilson. night Mrs. It. T. Tyler was down in he bottom one day lajt week looking after business. oer the arrival of a new girl at tbulr home. Misses Etur Let Cllnnrd. .Mjtt nnd Lorn Beasloy wero shopping in town Saturday. On account of the RIdgo church catching fire Sunday morning there was no services. REAL ESTATE t Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Brown are Deeds Recorded with County Clerk During Past Week. Wm. T. Lockridgo to S. 0. Holmes, R. H. Kellcy and W. H. Blalno, lot In Fulton, J3G0. T. N. Belew to Chas. Dodson, land, 1325. Corstcana, Tex. The death of former United Suites Senator Roger Q. Mills occurred nt his home In Corstcana. after an Illness lasting four yours Ha wa known as a Democrat nnd tariff reformer of the most uncompromising type and bad rounded out a long and brilliant career in both houses at Washington. During the 19 years he served la the house of representatives nnd the seven he was In the United States senate, Mr. Mills was a leader of tho Democratic party, although criticised and opposed by many of his colleagues because of his radical views on tariff matters. Roger Quarlca Mills was born near the old town of Salem In Todd county. Kentucky. In 1832. When he was J17 years old he moved to Palestine, :Texas, and soon afterward look up the study of law. When he was 20 years old he waa admitted to the bar by means of a special act of the legislature He settled at Corslcana, hung out his sblnglo and went Into politics enthusiastically Clients came rapidly and Mills soon became known as one .of the best lawyers In tho Lone Star atate When tho Civil war commenced he entered tho Confederate service as lieutenant colonel, fought at Wilson's creek, Chlckamauga, Mis. alonary Ridge and Atlanta, was wounded threo times and finally came oat of the war a brigade commander. After some experience la the Texas, legislature be was elocted to the house of representatives In 1873, and served continuously In thnt body until' 1892. In that year ho was elected to the senate, where for seven years be commanded respect and made a distinct impression When be retired' POSITIVELY GUARANTEE every ntticle we sell to be the best qunl-it- y procurnble nt the price, nnd you know we nlwnys rcplnccnny nrticle here thnt fnils to give sntisfne-tor- y service. Our customers nrc nlwnys sure of getting pur-chnsed 1 I I THE BEST VALUES FOR THE LEAST M BSfl MONEY m H. E. CURL1N House of Qunlity BIG MORTCAQE C M. G. Buys Some New Rolling Stock. COUNTY t COURT Judge Naylor Has Lots Business This Week. following f The blggevt mortgage that has Tho settlements Grand Champion Pacing Race... -- AT THE Union City Fair Grounds Union City, Tenn. Tuesday, Nov. 28th, ion Race Called at 1 O'clock, Sharp LOYD J..2:M& NIGHTRIDER.2:13 tb.ers BONNIE BOY 2:124 GORDON BOY, 2:15 fairs in Illinois, Indiana, o'clock sharp, giving Kentucky, un- All winners In the West Tennessee Short Ship Circuit and other Tho races will bo hold Tennessee Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia. der tho management of tho Union City Fair Association, called at 1 points on the M. & O. R. R. tlmo to see tho races and return homo on tions on tnla occasion will be Bonnie, tho sire of these four horses, The dams will also bo shown, and who will be shown on the track. brotigkt nere for exhibition andsalo. at tho Union City fair grounds visitors from tho afternoon train. Other attractwo brothers and two half brothers, many of Bonnie Boy's colts will be Roger Q. Mill, Fulton from political life be interested him- 991. Graves by 3809, nnd Calloway by self in the oil business and made a 812 great deal of money. In hla time Mills waa a figure that people were fond of Washington pointing out to strangers. Tall, straight as an Indian, and of commanding presence, he waa a man to be marked in any crowd. His forehead' was high, broad and full and be combed his gray hair well back from It. Ills nose was straight He wore a, mustacho and a goatee. His face was' fuli and his complexion fair Senator Mills preforred boots to shoes, went frock, about in the double-breastecoat affected by statesmen, preferred low turnover collars and black string ties and appeared always In spotless white linen. Ho liked felt hats, wore spectacles and disliked Jewelry. His watch was something of a curiosity. It was a finely chased, solid gold hunt-- i lng caso tlmeplcco, he faco of which' bore the 11 letters of his name,, In place of figures, beginning with tho hour marked seven, and tho lono star of Texas taking the place of the 12th letter and stand lng for six. In manners be was blunt and straightforward, being a man of strong convictions nnd unquestioned courage. He was nn excellent speaker and kept bis head In debs to. boon recorded In the office of County flkU and ordered to lay over 30l Clerk Honor for nonie II mo is that of for exceptions. II. I. Atuberg, Administrator for i the C. M. & (1. R. It to Pennsylvania fur the Insurance of Lives nnd L AniWerg. Katie N. Nomina Guardian for . Granting of AunuItltM. The amount Is 67,00O, and tho property leased H and Arthur Morris. H. B. O'Neal GommlUw for (0 box cars, 60 flat oars, ono pnswn-ge- r JohnsoH. conoh, 2 engines and 1 onboone. Tha following tMiillcmoiitft The railroad company Is to pay J6.000 for the first threo year RHd ronflruied. JG.000 for tho II. 0. Helm administrator of It next twvon years. When tho last pnymont h made the Tylrtr. In hla lmttlomunt tho adn. rolling stock become the property Istrator Is given a receipt for V 017.21. He was chanted with H of the railroad company. 810.70 and credited with 18713 4 Rev. Spurgoon Wlngo and J. B. thU credit 1000 waa paid Robin Iloualey ore In PadHcoh this wek Thomas an attorney foe In the attending a meeting of Uw IlapUttt promUti of suit of A. M. TyW C. Holm, administrator. Association. C. J. Bowers Guardian for Can The following mon wero elected nnd Katlo Bowers. eouncllmon In Fulton: T. L. Callahan, .vven In Collins was appoint' L S. Phillips, Clarunco Bransford, W. guardian for Brlnnla and Wordlo H W. Meadows. C. W. Fowler nnd John per. Melton. J. A. Thomn was appointed gunr McCrenry carried Ballard by U14 Ian for A lite. Iluby and MolvlnTlx' majority, Carlisle by 94B, by ns ie 1 t.yrlc Saturday Night S ? One Remedy d For Every Human 111. Rexall Remedies HICKMAN DRUG CO. Incorporated Save from ono to two dollars a thousand on your shingles by buying direct from mill. C. M. Yates Bhlngl Co. "The Rexail Store" W. C. Farris, Pres. J. W. Woosley, Secy. Hickman Courier and CommercialAppial 1.25. Itntb Phones Prompt Scrlce - Jl Hprtitli 111 Wlwfr'.fofi NOW! "The Frost is on the Pumpkin" the "taters In the bin," that summer suit your tungm' to l I Xv WHO WILL BE THE -- EADER. ;., illin" kinder thin, nd some of these fine mornings na you nmblc out on the block, the chill, autumnal atmosphere will hit you shock. S the obviously wise thing for you to do is to invest in an ,vith n International Suit and Overcoat Made to Your Measure ,i l'urc wool worsteds, Scotches, cheviots, etc, in novelties i,l conservative patterns. Millet & Alexander i V RIAM. a it VITAL 8TATI8TIC8. tAUtlful celestial city ihh o fnlr. oyo onn not unfold hnlf tho Deaths. hlH(i thoro. Ilui God i Ilia Onddln, ago 3 ywus. Nov. S. n a Hew tlston. In that Arthur Upaliaw, col., age 98 Nov. the loo JlRhl glow, o'or ,,it blooming ami fragrant II. Shot. .tram shall forflvvrflow. Illrtbs. n Jiiy a tronnuro the angel To Jamos Vinson and wifo, Oct. 30. M,.n city for mo. In n co- (i son. . ou a flood of toors, I . i .iir Births and Deaths Reported to Registrar During Past week. in owr w Him Mia. Hut my t'ros. u nt tho halm to FORTY ACHE FARM: Wo have omtlmo a nice llt'le 40 acre place that can i. safely o'or nnd '..w. to ttuit landing pluoe be bought right If taken at once. atti IaiIs on that shore. Five miles from Hickman; 24 acres In cultivation; new house; barn and garden; mile to church iti.lnrwMkt and beat a and school houso; on telephone lino; ' mI imh) cxtlom In orer-i.- has It F. Delivery; public road fronHud and ourprlc-'- ( tage of 4 mile; 2 good locust groves Mt $t3.00. flultt- - etc. Apply at this office. .imi 2 - .ii.rlne Mllncr and 1 Presbyterian church uit)ay to Mrs Parker aiid Mrj lorry ai th b fur buying your fall homo of Mrs 8 I. Dorfds r xt N. u you 1(00 to $7 00 dny at 2 p m i Krerjbcd) Invited io conn and bring something iihcful 1'iU- a- - Sullhnn llr night. In the rvcent Fulton, wcro united In Hoy Mo-n.-- ar Owing to tho uitAfurtiiBe nnd flrr. Iim tin- - ldltn of lh Mill give a shower mf Recently, n traveling man asked ono of our local business men, what our Commcrcll Club was doing to attract manufactories nnd other to Hickman. When told that wo had no nctlvu organization, ho "Well of nil towns that I kow thero Is not anothor In tho 8outh whore a real llvo Commercial Organization could accomplish as much nB at HICKMAN." Ho related several Instances whero large factories, collegs, etc., had been attracted to different towns In his territory In response to tho efforts of their commercial organizations, and ho nald that in all IiIk territory, which embraces three or four states, thoro va not anothor town that could compare with Hickman as an Inviting factory location. This man brlngB in tho same verdict of Hiukmnu's uneiunlod natural Mh untaxes for a commercial center that Is already conceded by csry Impartial business man that has an opportunity of Investigating the conditions here It Is vorjf seldom that we henr a criticism of our natural advantages, nnd when we do It is Invariably from some envious neighboring town that is striding to pre-en- t the growth and development of Hickman. It Ih natural for outsiders to see those oxt inordinary conditions more lendlly thou for us who are accustomed to them, still it In rloar to all of tis that in comparison with our nelghlxirlng Inland towns, Hickman ban many advantages In being on the MIsKlMlppI river that no Inland town rnn osslbly offer, and If other towns, deprived of these river advantage, can by organized effort, induce factories to come, to them, how much more Hickman could accomplish endowed with its superior location. If wo should make the same effort Bvery property ownor, every business Interwtt nnd every wage earner would bo material!) benefitted by ery ihw enterprise brought to Hickman, threfivre every citizen should bo anxious to lend his moral and financial KUpjKHi o a commercial organization, whoso only purpose was the industrial and commercial upbuild Ing of Hickman , With the slight effort that tins been mado. fully $260,000 of outside capital has boon brought to Hickman nnd vicinity during tho good year of 1911. Most of this from sources that will be permanently beneficial The mon behind theso investments are strong, belle vers In Hickman's future, and mo8t of them nr- llvo boosters for the - ill . Mothers, Look Here! 'S&r II It my 0m V gllififci k .4 1 la ! " - You'll wonder at the preparations wF3$f-we have made to supply nearly every M w youngster in town this season with one of the smartest Suits of the day, marked with the famous J&Jaj r "Mrs. Jane Hopkins" label. These are truly clothes for little fellows who always want to be "dressed up." Special styles, such as Etons, Norfolks, Russians, Sailors, Knickerbockers, Single and Double Breasted, etc., and fabrics that wouldn't wear out despite the gruelling they get. $2.00 to $7.50 GtttUj IW! k, Security School Shoes for Boys, vici kids, box calf, gun metal, button and lace. $2.00, $2.25, $2.50. They stand the kicks. Big line of underwear and gloves, the very thing for school wear. BALTZER & DODDS D. Q. CO. Incorporated To our certain town and County knowledge some of them aro spending time and money In making our superior advantages known to tho world, but no Individual can accomplish what an organized community can do, and until we como together in n united effort for an aggresslvo fight for what wo should have, sue-c- ss will never como to us in tho measure that we are entitled to. The tltno is ripo now for our peo-pl- o to got together in a vigorous campaign for a common Interest. Who will volunteer to take tho initial stop to accomplish such an organization of our people? Tho man who steps out and rendors this service will immortalize his memory in the grateful hearts of Hickman people and will stand in future years as tho cornerstone of a mighty commercial center. Hickman hna as capable- - set of men as any town in tho country; it has numbers of born lenders, any ono of whom could tako tho lead in an or ganization of our people nnd bring it to success. Who will accept tho honor of being tho promoter of civic progress in tho best prospect for a city in the South? Supt. Perkins is our authority for tho statement that the N. C. & St. L. trains will begin running over tholr new bolt lino next weok. Wo have been hearing similar statements for Tho road the last three months. however is now complete nnd by tho way, is snld to bo tho finest pieco of track on tho system nnd It is very probably that It will be pressed Into servlco nccordlng to tho latest an-- i ouncmnt. SPECIAL CLUB RATES. The Courier can savo you money on your newspapers and magazines. Here aro a few of tho old regulars: WOODLAND t MILLS, TENN. ty- f Sttde Miss Suslo Pruett Is ill with phoid fever. M. NaifeKs Store Every-on- e The Store for Everybody, for Man, Woman and Child, because receives the same attention. I be in the market this week to look out for my customers' benefit in the big $1,000,000 sale which begins this week in the St. Louis wholesale houses. will The Hickman Courier and tho Weekly Commercial Appeal, both one yenr, $1.25. The Hickman Courier and Twlce-a-wec- k St. Louis Hepubllc, both one year. 11.40. The Hickman ourler and St. Louis t, Weekly both ono year, $1.60. The Hickman Courier and Weekly Courier Journal, both ono year, $1.00. This Is only a partial list of the papers with which wo club. We have just issued a 20 page catalogue giving tho rates on over a 1,000 other periodicals. If you have not received call at tho one of theso catalogue office or a postal card with your name nnd address will bring you ono. o Ask for tho Courior's 1911-1nnd newspaper club catalogue. Its free. After all, engraved calling cards make tho most acceptable of all Inexpensive gifts. See samples and get pHces at Courier office. Globe-Democra2 mng-nzln- a Z. K. Curlln Is tho proud 12 pound boy. father of no Mr. I. N. Dranham is reported bettor and is very feeblo. Mr .and Mrs. Aubrn Savolers have a fine boy at their homo. Mr. James It. McAdoo, of Terrell, was tho guest of Miss Zola Bradley. Miss Zola Dradloy was tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. Lizzie Bradley, of cow, last week. Mos- Dr. J. W. Prather and others havo gono to Arkansas hunting and aro having fine success killing game. Mr. Frank Garrlgan's homo waa almost wrecked by tho storm Saturday night and DoWitt Threlkeld's barn was blown down. FARMERS' TELEPHONES. A dollar a month does not go far enough after it gets Into the telephone company's treasury to satisfy tho manager who has to pay the upkeep and operating expenses on a big rural lino system.and keep a llttlo small change to hand over to stockholders once In six months. He has to cut too many corners, and run too many chances of getting caught short of a bank balance by a sleet storm, or a law suit. Twelve dollars is too low for farmers' lino servlco on the average system, with the quality and cost improved as it has boen in the last few years. It Is tlmo to start aftor thl3 rate. The farmers can afford to pay moro why should not they be induced to recognize value received? Of course wo know what the farmers do when it is proposed to raise the telephone rate. But can this go on forever? What Is tho best way to get this thing Into better shape? tome have done It already. Tele-- I bony. (Tho Independent Telephone 1 I expect to obtain some great bargains which I will offer Saturday at special bargain prices. Come in and save big money, because by paying spot cash I expect to get some wonderful bargains this week, and all will be sold at bargain prices. You will miss a great treat and many money saving opportunities. Come in and make 1 In Cnlloway county Perry Meloan, ran ns tho Republican nominee for Representative, was defeated by Henry Chunn by 932 plurality. Glenn, Democrat, also carried Calloway over Jennings Republican, for State Sena tor by 575 majority. McCrenry carried Calloway by S12 majority. who Mrs. S. L. Dodds outertnined at "Rook Tuesday evening In honor of Mrs. Wnile, of Macom Mlas. Then wore four tablos. Snlted nuts wore this store your store. S ON THE CORNER IMI- - Ty-IE-H " The Dry Goods Man." ON THE CORNER I All advertisements Intended for the Graves county Is not gaining much Courier MUST bo in not later than matrimonial matters. headway in noon, Wednesday. Our patrons will pic so govern themselves accordingly Within tho past three months thoro have been forty weddings in tho counDid you over sco a town with three ty and tho same number of divorces. railroads that didn't uiako a city? Mrs. Buchanan has returned from That's another reason wo should pull Jersey City, N. J.( where she spent j for Kentucky Southwestern. the tho summer months. Sho was accom hor nclco, Mrs. Journal.) Mny- -' panied home by Oris Sullivan is bnck from field. While In Mayfleld July 14 ho Wlngos. was taken 111 with fever and is Just At Columbus tho following city Jerome Wllllncham. 70 j'ears old, now getting over it. council wns elected: II. C. Brummal, shot a young man named Itoe Sum-mer- s, aged 2C, near Wator Valley A fow moro overcoats for the boys. J. P. Delloo, W. E. Brown, K. C. B. M. Monroe and J. F, Wright. ono night last week, using a shotgun nil. Sullivan Hros. Prices to please loaded with No. 5 shot. One struck Don't fall to seo tho Hickman Hard-warFred Case and Judgo Uonoy spent In tho eye, but othercut gloss. the young man Company's display of Wednesdny at tho lako. wise he waa not much hurt. Tho Ed Mntheny and Henry Clay went causo of the shooting was not learn-od- . Margaret Flour, none hotter. Tho men aro not related. to tho lako Tuesday. & I rather. J o during ,J served latter. course tho game and a salad I THREE NEGROES SHOT. HAS $10,000 CAPITAL. A charter was issued this week by the Secretary of State to tho Dyers-bur- g Hoop Co. The capitnl is $10,000 with the following Incorporators: A. J. Sides, Chns. P. Sides, L. M. Sides, Chas. F. Smith and Therese Smith. A branch has been established at Hickman, Ky., under name or Hickman Hoop Co. C. F. Smith Is manager of the local plant assisted by C. F. Sides. Dyersburg Gazette. FEWER NEGROES IN STATE. Find out about the advantages of quality, service and price to be exclusively obtained at It this store. will pay you. Come and see the uncommon values we are offering. You will always find us glad to show goods. H.E.CURLIN House of Quality MOVING PICTURE Supreme MEN LOSE Court of United States Ren Decision. show Washington. Moving picture promoters received a blow when the supreme court of the United States decided that moving pictures, based on the cones of a copyrighted book, may constitute an infringement of the copyright on the book or the reserved rights den Sweeping to dramatize. The court's decision was announced in a contest over the copyright of Gen. Lew Wallace's famous book, "Ben liur." The copyright was owned by Harper Bros., book publishers. This company granted to Klaw and Erlanger, of New York, the sole right of producing a During tho last ton years the negro population of Kentucky deFOR WiFE MURDER creased to tho extent of S.l per cent of tho entire nogro population total MUST DIE 23,050 fewer colored Inhabitants being CONVICTED UXORICIDE ON NOVEMBER 24. found In the stato at tho thirteenth iiiuiiu i.i mm iimn wero found in tho twelfth census In 1900. Wo don't Trembling and In Tears, Father Bieaki News to Son, Who Calmly Lights think, however, that Hickman has suf Cigarette. We have juit received a hands populutlou fored In the loss of colored line of Cut Glass, including new t never before shown in H . Richmond, Va. lly refining to grant terns Howard Stephens, son of John Km-or- an appeal in the cu.o of Henry Clay man, and by nil odds the prett Judge W. A. Naylor went to I.ouls-vlllStephens was thrown from his Health-- , Jr., condoled in Chesterfield and richest rutting we've ever ih Tuesday. He carried with him wagon Friday evening near his homo county, September S, uf the murder of The prices, however, are no hi, , little Miss lovlo Drown mid placed north of Clinton and suffered a dis- hi wife, the Virginia supreme eonrv than charged for older patterns Kentucky Children's located elbow. condemned man her in tho took away from the You are cordially invited to i Home. She Is seven years old. hi last hope of escaping execution on It's worth fS.OO to you to read our Nut ember 1M, unless Uov. Maim should and see this line, whether yo.. r , Miss Agnes Coble, of Union City, With a Democratic governor and a to purchase or not. Islted Miss Virginia I'rather this Republican lloutennnt;governor, Mas advertisement in this paper, so don't Interfere. Contrary to the expectation of lawoverlook It. Hlckmnn Hardwnro Co. week and attended the danco Monday sachusetts Is taking her politics yer generally, the supreme court llll evening. working In no written opinion gling U reason fur McKee Johnson is of pre-o- nt S M. Nnifeh loft Tuesday night on Naifeh Bros branch store In West refining an uppval. In the Miss Stella Salmon left Tuesday The Jeweler the entire court Chief Jiittire Jame u business trip in St Louis Hickman for Henderson, Ky. Keith made this ulfieial statement to Neil titor la Vaa'aomtf ' the clerk: "In the lleattie ee, the eeurt being BJsMJorjcwfDissgsaiaaBCTaaaaa,- of opinion that the judgment of tho lower court I plainly right, doth re fute Hid jictltlon for a writ ol error. Sam Salmon Is on the rick lii Powerful Influences are ald to Us ut work upon Gov. Maun for ami against K. It. Hlllwm was lu St. Louts i either commutation or pardon. It l not koto this week. belle cd he will intenene. the lieu tile's father tolJ him of Miss Key.of Mnyfteid, nr rived I, wa .Monday to visit Ml mi ltoliiile court's decision. The old man Cat. trembling and in tear. The murderer (or. lighted a eaguretle wa iiumotcd. lie C. C. Brooks la the only lid then proceeded t discus lb probwill be open and ready for business sometime next ability of exrcutite interference. In lltakiimn, Ky. He k aHoM Ma work. week. Definite announcement of the day of openGRAY REUNION BLUE AND ing, together with full and complete particulars of Goaldor Johnson was In Fui Monument Unveiled to Matiaihusetti Tuottday attending the funeral of v the plan of operation will be given in next week's Woodeon Morris. Veterans at I'tteobuifc. Courier. The new bank will be known as Petersburg, Va- .- A notable bHte and Rev. 0. W. Wilson, of the r gray reunion culminated here In the unrolling of the Crater battleOrbt of the MoUkhIIm comm'Ii, I In Memphis. handsome granite mooHWeot Meet! by wextk nitondlttg eoHforenee. the atate of MassaeliusetW to It soThe ytMHg kidlos of Hm H , lder and sailor dead who Ml here hi uppr t ohm will give a box the war between tint state. for the reason that it has been organized solely and (,ov. l'o, of Massachusetts, and Utv. ClmM Boturday titlit. Nov Ik Mann, of VirgtMta, participated In the loo beooflt of loo courcN. Kv r only for the purpose of enabling every boy and girl, afternoon, At Fultoi Saturday three negroes Lucy Watford, Son Watford and a small negro baby-w- ere the victims of o mysterious The weapon used BhooUng affray. The woman was shot was a shotgun In the head, fnce and eyes; her son had his thumb shot off and received part of the load in his tnouth; the baby got only n few stray shot. Why the shooting or who did it la not known. The negroes wero stand ing on their porch when they were wounded. A negro by the name of Stunton was arrested on suspicion. BEATTIE MUST HANG EiaiaisEia'aiaiaaiaiaBrMsaisEiaia'aaidi.t New Things In Cut Glass y , half-and-ha- BROOKS The New Bank regou-opticia- Santa Clans' Bank ' dramatization of the story. It appears that the Kalem Company employed a writer to read the story and write a description of certain portions of It, and that from this a moving picture film was produced. little or big, in Hickman and surrounding country, to obtain Christmas presents, or "dividends" Absolutely Free, Without Cost All that will be required will be a little of their surplus energy, and the rest will be easy for them. Grown-ups- , too, can become depositors in the new bank and draw dividends. STATE CAN TAX STEAMERS Kentucky Wins in Its Fight Against Southern Pacific. Waahington. The state of Kentucky woa a victory over the Southern Faciflo Company when the United States supreme court decided the commonwealth iad the right to tax the colony on the latter steamers plying between New York and New Orleans, New York and Galveston and New Orleans and Havana. Walch For Next Week's Announcement WILL SLAY ALL CHINESE Manchua at Tien Tsin Determine on Campaign of Extermination. Tien Tsin. Much alarm was created here by the circulation ef reports that the Maschus had decided to assassinato all Chinos suspected of disloyalty. It Is stated also that the Manchus have decided to reward the murderers of Gsa. Wu, who was assassinated last week because he was suspected of revolutionary tendencies, although In command of a, body of imperial troops. NEW LODGE ORGANIZED. Lodge New Woodmen With a Good Membership. SHOCKING USEFUL RECIPES. Mr. Carter, of Fulton, who has been spending several days in Hickman in the Interest of this order, organized a Household with a good membership. Officers were elected and Installed HARRIMAN'S Widow of Late 4,500 DOCTOR Kallroad Jting la Too Much. new SUES last Friday night and work of the order In Hickman started. The officers are as follows: Says Itoyal Consul, C. T. Bondurant. Koyal Director, M. S. Smith. Royal Prelate, It. L. Gray. Koyal Clerk, C. C. Henry. Itoyal Banker, W. A. Naylor. Royal Physicians, Drs. C. M. Blnck-forand P. B. Curlln. Koyal Escort, P. B. Henry. Koyal Herald, Felix Hunzlkcr. Koyal Guard, Mrs. Mary Gray. Koyal Sentinel, A. B. Hugins. Koyal Stewart, Mrs. Price. Koyal Councellor, J. W. Koney. BOTH GOOD AND BAD. Hew York. Dr. Joseph Frar.kei, one of the physicians who attended the late E. H. Ilarrlman In his last illneti, tiled action to recover $4,300 from Mrs. Mnry W. Harriman, widow of the financier. Dr. Frankel sent in his bill of $4,500 for services from March 1 to September 1, 1809. Mrs. Harirman cU'uu that the bill Is exorbitant. TARKINGT0NS ARE DIVORCED Wife Acquits Author Husband of Intentional Unkindness. Indianapolis, Ind. A decree of n e divorce was granted to Mrs. Lou'sa Feitcher Tarkington, wife of Booth Tarkington, the novelist. Mrs. Tarkington had not asked for alimony In a statement Mrs. Tarkington declares she "acquits Mr. Tarkincton of any inten- tional unkindness," branding the slices between them as "temperamental." bio-lut- ( f For All Kinds of HORSE GOODS Try the Harness Shop Phone 154: Hickman Harness Go. It is stated on good authority that Pros. Taft's forthcoming messago will O.JJ offer recommendations as follows: o.u WVl. 1 Reduction of the tariff on wool, cotton steel and possibly one or two lr ow other scheduler. 2 Adoption of a general parcel post. 3 Regulation of Issues of stocks ami bonds. 4 Federal incorporation act, on tho line of his previous messages. 5 Conservation. C Change in tho regulation of second-class mall matter. . 7 Increaso salary for tho Judiciary. 77 8 Reorganization of tho navy as outlined and attempted by Secrotary Meyer, Including the abolition of obsolete yards. Puzzled Barber (to tho customer 9 Maintenance of tho two battlo-stiliwho has planted hlmRolf In the cbalr) a year building program. What can I do for you, slrT 10 No change in tho Sherman Customer Just cut thnt for me, will law. you? The weather Ib getting too warm 11 Adoption of a now system of for long hnir management for most of tho executive departments. Illustrated Songs Motion Pictures 12 Economy In appropriations -- Lyric Saturday Night. 13 A permanent tariff board. Grease spots removed with gnsollne, Rust In Iron removed by korosoue oil. Ink stains removed by solution of oxalls acid. Medicine stains on sihmiiis, use sulphuric acid. Fruit stains, wot It, hold over burn-n.- g sulphur. Dry putty removed by npplylng heated ntotal. Silver donned by weak solution of ammonia. Shoo soles made waterproof by linseed oil. Carpets brightened by corn meal and salt. Ring on finger removed by holding In cold water. Reggy What's youah hand bandPaint on gloss denned by strong aged for, old chap. hot vinegar. Archio Weumatlsm, old man. Me Smoked mica cleaned by washing bwute of a man bwought mo a cold with vinegar. saucah with my coffee this mawnlng. Steel cleaned by unslaked lime. Reggy The wascal! Lamp smoking provented, soak tho wick In vinegar. AT THE BARBER'S Shoes softonod by applying kerosene oil. , Paint cleaned by using common Toe dooo gfroM on MoodMy at tho now orHk roHM was a laik Mioo4od at tolr nod moek ei oriftlMg MMiiila kmnd of m-- i BriMNi, who Birlvod hero SatMrda) orocorol no too is4e UHUsoalK . part. aod ike ToriMtkkoroan art nj ohUI too wee awall hour. It, Hoys auks I l.TI to Jo W. All color Ote dooeoni Ihore wore rjuHo a nt StilHinn Bros. or of actaioni. The guosu Colli Mis of Union Call for supplies at K. C. Riot's MIm Hoy. of Mayfiold, Mr. Will n Shoe Store for your Singer Sowing twos, of UhIoh City, Mrs. Pony -Machines. by, ef Ht. IxjiiIs, out of town ru J. T. Perkltis of Martin, wrui hero Mr. and Mm. T. T. wnyiio, Mr Tuesday on business with .V. O. & Mr. C. U Wolkor. Mr. nnd Mr C. Boston. Mr. uod Mr. C. P 8t. I Ry. "' Hr. no.1 Mrs. J M HuIOMird. Mr W. J. Logan, qf Cratgo Mro. V M. Coao. Mr. and Mrs Mo, was hre n few drty the htler Mooro. Mr. osd Mr. Slide Nai part of last wwk. Mr and Mrs llowy HoHger, Mr Mrs Will Hubbard, of Union Ctty. Mrs. Will lloluer Mr. and Mr came ovr Monday (o vtslt hew rtrtef. B Konnoy Mro JNotUi. Mrs. V Rojtors. N' Noll Mrs. T. T. Swnyno ami attended (no Prolkor. Ml ' Prntlior, IMils. Poovler. Virgin dance Monday night. wood, Mortr llrovom, llortie Ol' Goveruor-eleo- t Jhiiios II. MoCroory HaHtor Oroea, Myrtlo Walker. will mnko n "clean swoop" when ho borne. JIwnh Naylor, Frnnkyv Ittakes offlaial ohargo of the onpitol. and Mosoro Peril Moddax Kl Inauguration ceremonies will be hold Pratner. Oh AVoxawler. Guy Hal- - " ' on December 12, and alrpndy arrange- C ltrd. Gooldor JoktHion, m ments aro bolng made for nn elab- MeKeo Joliittxm. A. H. Owen. Swaw orate affair Clerks nnd subordinate Walker. Harry Mlllott. II. K Cut. officials In the eapitol are making Kphralm Rhiwx-11- , Ur. Illnekford I' pinna to vacate the various offlcvs I. P llaltxt-r- . Cowglll Roger. Am. Tho "nx," however, will not Hale Sfcrnl game of -- IO0" bo wellded until January 1 njoj-cbefore the dance. i ceremonies. The UHveiliog wan preoooml by a parade through the eHy In which PMt, G. A. 1L, awl L. the K. I. Vilo A. Tift Camp, Sum of Veteran. U. S. A., KpringftrM. Mas., atkd law lVtors-burNorfolk ami I lick ohms1 eattifM of Confederate Veteran and Soo ef Vetand the Petersburg Oray teak eran ooreUolty lorrud. ,rio v - i Ml I 1 E ooioBs-BBJ sIIIIIIVBboH B l L LolEaVW mf .HsW atVrhVoollftlllllv M f puV, whltinj. Wo hno Just ojioned shipment of Old Woolen Samples and Jobs to be actly half price. Conio yourself. Sullivan Bros. up a largo Mills pants Xar of $0S New Hats For Men AH the snappy new shapes and shades for young men. sold at exand see for . n Tho services nt tho Christian church next Sunday will bo Sunday School at 9:45 a. in. and preaching at 11 n. in. nnd 7 p. m. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Officers Wright and Hnmby picked up Ed Fowler, colored, this week and Judgo Horn ley trimmed him to tho luno of CO. Fowler had been bootlegging and one of his customers turned him up. Tho young hurricane that swept over this section Saturday did considerable damage In Graves county. Sovcral barns wero blown down and other minor damage reported. It will require several thousand dollars to cover tho loss. All the good styles and colors for older men. m Every man can find his new Fall Hat here. Anti-T- rust H. E. CURLIN House of Quality A. U. - ! Good... Furniture ..xri wf-yvfji Others may lovo as fondly, but never again while time Is ours, shall any one's love bo to us as fond, as tender, as dovoted, as was that of our dear old trembling mother. Through helpless infancy her throbbing heart was our safe protection and support nnd through tho ills and maladies of childhood, her gontlo hand ministered and soothed as none other could. Wo feel nnlmated to struggle more manfully In the great battle of life, when wo remember our mother's holy counsel to us In childhood's early dawn nnd la the slippery paths of youth. Mould bo the nlm of all to give the g.rlB Just ns broad a business education as tho boys. It makes them capal ! of taking caro of tho family, If 3U. n nro placed upon tli ni It broadens their Ideas and makes them nobler and better. Girls as a rulo nre fully ns clearheaded as bo)s when young, but If, as Is tho common practice, tho girls are trough up to doing nothing, to think but llttl f except of and amusements, they full far behind tho young man, at tho age of twenty, In mental ability. 1 dn-Bt- GIRL'S LONG SLEEP Young Woman In State of Como for 100 Days. Vandalla, III. Hazol Schmidt, after a sleep of 100 days, recently awakened, and Is picking up tho loose threads of life, reading the newspapers and marveling at tho Inflnlto number of things that can occur In so short a time Tills remarkable sleep of a young and handsomo woman Is said by the doctors to be unprecedented in authentic cases of a similar nature To be uro Illp Van Winkle was mado to sleep 20 years by Washington Irving, but that story Is fiction, whllo Hazel Schml t's sleep Is attested by hundreds who saw, nnd no one in this city will doubt Its truth. It was on April 25 that she entered on the long sleop. The pormaaent, awakening did not occur until Thursday, August 3, making It exactly 100 days that she was practically wlthj drawn from tho world. During that 100 days the longest time that sbo could bo kopt awako was a period of two hours, and tho longest period that she was asleep con tlnunlly was 81 hours Despite tho fact that during these 100 days, and for four weeks before' they began, and for two or three days after they wero ended, sho did not leave her bed, she looks and feels Just! as well today as when she entered oa sleep. this Her Intellect appears Just as keen' ns ever; sho Is Interested In the, world's doings, is eager for information, but Is so sensitive about the re-markable experience that she has undergone that she will see no strangers, and she Is loatho to discuss her case with even her closest personal friends, and Is even reticent when talking with her father and mother regarding It Hazel Schmidt Is 21 years old and Is remarkably pretty. She Is a trifle record-breakin- GENUINE IMPORTED Cut., Glass Embracing all the new patterns and an extensive line of the prettiest pieces you ever saw 57 ' r Nothing adds more to the comforts of home than good furniture, and that's the kind we sell. Our methods of doing business have been tested and ap"HIM m proved by economical buyers. At Great Redactions I Don't buy Cut Glass until you have seen my line and prices. We Want Your Business and want you to visit our large Furniture Establishment and inspect our goods. Our prices will meet with your approval as well as the goods. There is a very real danger that the mother of a largo family may neer fully come to know her children and gain that Influence over them for good Individually which is so desira-b- l that every mother should have. VV do not hecltnto to ay that it Is absol'ii. Ij impoMlblc for a woman to become the confidant nnd friend of her children unless she weekly nay, dally some short tlmo alone with each. Only In this way can each child f el the security of his or her ownership of that precious mother. sp-'ji- Many New Handsome Silverware Patterns to show you. St Louis Furnishing Co. IKCORPOIIATKD BOTH PHONES 84 Prompt Service in our Urother, when you como In from work in tho evening, wo all know you are tired, but put on your best look and aBhiime a happy mood; do no frown if the floor is not swept, nor supper ready. Engage tho llttlo folks just a little while and get them to lot king forward to your coming with pleasure. It will holp to hnppl-fhome wondorfully. A SCHLENKER The Jeweler y BUY EARLY! child should bo mado to feel that his homo Is Indeed a home, the hupplst place in the world, not merely on outward shelter and a resting place, but a center of enjoyment, sanclttfied and purified by lovo, tho thought and remembrance of vhich should be tho safeguard of his Ufo as he goes forUi to the world, giving strength nnd proportion to his I --GOTO ! I Undertaking Department 12X11 Cowgill's Drug Store for your Winter Medicines ear ly. Many a cold and serious sickness has been saved by l,i, - yji tried i- - aa lu A ,s A trli It that bow cel, RiAdrtl to recuUr r.i'x miiud (or cooking". tzl Atlys V. 8. Moore ntul II. K. Ilomloy made n business (rip (o I.oulsvUIe, Saturday. In tho Hlnshaw bankrupt CJW. I fcJ- ourier's - Whllo It is comparatively easy to polite towards strangers, or towards people of distinction, whom wo meet la society or on public occaLife will always bo to a largo exsions, still It should bo remembered tent what wo ourselves mako It Each is at home, in tho famly that mind niakos Us own llttlo world. Tho that It an everyday polltoness is really most cheerful mind makes It pleasant and prized coming as it should from tho tho discontented mind makes It kindly feeling of tho heart. -.i. r om Hs .iJ "1 bo Olrl a Rip Van Winkle. Rtslorcd (0 Health by Lytlia H. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound medicine which has the record of Lytlia K. Pmkham s ,; t ililc Compound, is, it wouW almost seem, to blame lr' r own wretchedness. Read what this woman says: HiiliiiKiiul, Mo. When my second dnujjlijor was c; f4I,cI"1'jI: mouths old I was pronounced ix hnpHcAi i"tlll I hail u consultation of doctors nntl they wild I 1lu,,a,hiUr0w.n of ulceration. I was In !el for ton week, hud aluklmr R' ? ami uns pronounced to ho In udiumerous condition. Hl '""' r limited that wo try I.ydla 13. IMnkliatn'H celnllo Comn o it hi, and hroiiKhtmo hIx bottlcx. I noon bejruii to improve, niiu i It hail all hecn tnken I va ns well and Mromr as t'-'- " .nm. friends hardly recognized mono ureal vns tho cluuiKc. Woodson HnuiHtcttor, Itlclimoud, 3Io. There are literally hundreds of thousands of women in t' " United States who have been benefited by this famous '! medy, which was produced from roots and herbs over t1 rtv years ago by a woman to relieve woman's suffering. Hi ad what another woman says: e linvo used T,yilla B.rinWiniii'H V:cja-'l, ,.Imsboro, ToxnH- .-I ( .impound for myHolf and dniiKlitrr. and S"1 UMlVii for all fcinafo diseases. I would not ljoyl t ""' ""T v....... v.,.,,, "".miiiuk. i uisn every motner in rtii t use It ns Ihero would bo less snf ferine, nmomr I o r h'x " ' I mil iihtnyn Klml to speak n word of prnlso for to use tins mill's cKotnhln Compound, and you aro at ti'iUinnnlal." Mrs. .lames T. Lawrence, Jonesboro, lo.vas. Since we guarantee that all testimonials which wc pub-1-- h arc genuine, is it not fair to suppose that if Lytlia 11. 1' '..khanVs Vegetable Compound had the virtue to Help tvce women it will help any other woman who is suiienng f'm the same trouble ? lor no years Lydla H. IMnkbam'd VcRctoliIo J onipound has been tho standard remedy for Jcmalo Ills. 'o nick woman does Justice, to I'melf who will not try tills famous medicine, ilailo exclusively from roots and herbs, and "as thousands of cures to Its credit. feMC If tho slightest trouble appears vrli'cli ' ff lo t understand, write to Mrn. laklinm at Lynn, Mass., forliorntlvlco .3TrTfMW co and always helpful. . n.man who is sick .ntul suffering, and won't at least ,' '" c-f- re . "' above the medium height. Is slender, weighing about 125 pounds, and is of a graceful carriage and figure. Five years ago she accepted a position in the telephone exchange in Vandalla, and for five years sho was employed there. She became the chief operator, and had charge of tho is the Of all places on earth, homo wires. At first the work did A homo whoro tho golden rulo Is Its not appoar onerous, but during the most dolicnlo nnd sonsIUvo. lived In tho nearest pOKslbo approach chords move wIUi a breath; its tires last months those who knew her best to hnen Tho day "comes nil too are kindled with a spark; its flowers could not fatl to detect she was desoon when tho household Is scattered are bruised with tho least rudeness. cidedly more nervous than she was the bo8 and girls, alas! girls r.o Hero our hearts wear no coverlng.no when she undertook the work. longer aro gono to n'nko homes for Her father observed this, and he Every arrow strikes them, armor. themsohee, elsewhere; when some prevailed on her to abandon tho work. eery old wave blows full upon them. She was ambitious, and after at first perhaps, aro laid away from our sight, If wo would havo a truo home, wo demurring she did give up the place, out of reueh of kind words or helpful must guard woll our thoughts and ac- but accepted a clerkship In the offlco deeds Happy are we If not sorrow tions. of the county clerk, and was employthoughts haunt us, or hasty ed on tho arduous task of making out and unkind deeds, If only pleasant the tax books memories remain Wo may, If our Tho man who never praises his Her nervousness incroascd to so mentis allow, mako our homes beauti- wife deserves to havo n poor ono. alarming an extent that a doctor was ful nnd attractive nnd It Is well to And tho man who praises a good wlfo called, and he diagnosed her condition do so. Hut without tho tmo spirit of more than he deserves hasn't been as a weakonlng of th nervous system, and that a complete rest and no menhome It will bo but a cheerless and born yet. tal exertion was necessary to restore desolate mockory whllo tho humblest her to her normal condition She gave cottftfio where lovo dwells and kind When crepe on tho door tells of a up work altogether nnd remained at nc5s reigns, may most beautiful ex mo' her gone, only thoso who havo her home and went Into society but lit-lemplify tho sweotnoss and bloascdnesa moistened n mother's grave with their During the latter part of March her condition became such that her of home. tears can fully understand and read family was alarmed "There Is no aright tho blnck threads In tho bow cause for apprehension.'- tho doctor storla, and with said "It 8 puroly The mothor who 6ponds most other . careful treatment thr will eentually tlmo fussing ovor the wnrdrobes of! recover t it It mui be a Ions time." her children nnd horsolf, stprchlng ' During Le uri w ek of her strange making Ironing and decorating and leep the rl was i..vor avake to exfashionable, will find tho lesson them ceed a ftw minute- - at a imo. She she taught cropping In dudclsm, ppcarod 'o m tier nono II awaken-,ug- s They vanity thnt provonts the development al.u atd pe.i t.ul wer .ere prec ltd by no nervous manifestof solid ohnractor nnd useful habits ations of ij alarraliiK curactor. Sho 11. d calmly ask would ope her in.e quesi jii. aud apparently did not rinn mnv 1m vnrv linniiv a while leaiizo tha. she had .ice 1 asleep to an away from homo, but he is very glad unusual ext tit Tho luct that she had frs. to return to 11. me piamesi um " slept so long was Kept from her for ,- itlsti la l,ollnr tlinn tho dalnti ...Ml.fear that It would frig, ton her of water," Dad, brlLrf me 0 est epicurean bill of fair abroad was tho request and first Intimation One's own llttlo room, witn 11s nan-.ithat Gcorgu A Schn lilt received that nrmn.ii lmlnnclncB. is nrofcrnhle Mnihhf !n mora ImDortant in .dorphoii8 had relinquished his grip on the homo than clear, steady to all the marblo halls, swept through llgut. insuro this by getting tho slcor'ng daughter. clad dames. burns clear and by silken the oil that Attoudi g physlci is say that she clean without a nicker down ta luring her long Iibb gained weight tho last drop. Pennsylvania, crude oil retlned to perfection. sleeping opcll, ai.J that sho will fully than tho Cots no moresaves iMOMSJf A stranger, entering n nousehold reco er. kind fyes. eaves woilK-sav- es knows whether tho key note there Is SOL.1TH Oil Your dealer has high or low. Thero are houses nlflu In barrels direct from, our Irregular bowel movement lead to works. ent wealth nnd culture, whore the chronic constipation and n constipate aro Incessant, and the meandiscords habl fills tho system with impurities. Stoll Uii ing of life no higher thnn that of HERUINE is a great bowel rogulator. Ky. Uut 110 symphony can combrutes. It purifies the system, vitalizes the ra. dally j pare with tho significance of blood nnd puts tho digestive organs "No III fine vigorous condition. Prlco COc. Oil. life, In a family of gontlo words nnd I So'd by Hickman Drug Co. noblo conduct. long-distanc- o e. 1 ( - having just the needed remedy your medicine shelf at the beginning of winter. No need for Coughs, Colds, Influenza, GripDe and many other minor ills if you have us supply your medicine shelf. on L?3I "Hauler's Candy " For sale at Cowgill's Drug Store W. A. Hlnshaw was In Mayfield Sat-uraa- y. J. N. Lusk mado a business trip to Union City .Saturday. FOR SALE Saw mill outfit complete at a bargain. Cayce Milling Co. M. S. King and wifo went to Columbus, Saturday, to visit their son, Josso King. A t 1 e-- tii'i ai Uhe Lamp Oil that ASHAMEDOFHERFME "I was ashamed of my faco," writes 'It Hiss IMcknrd of North Carolina. but was all full of plmplea nnd scare, lifter uslnu D. . 1). Prescription for F.cienia I can iny that now thero Is no sign of that liczema nnd that was three years nco." This Is but ono of thousands of cases m which D. V. D. lins simply washed Saves Eyes tanH-wae- r was. C to. i LLoalsvlIIc. ins. Tho Hickman Drug Co. 13. V. w. nwny tho skin trouble. rlennses the chin of the Rerms of BKln serious Psoriasis nnd otherInstantly, nnd diseases; stops tho itch when used with D. D. D. soap tho cures Nothing llKo seem to le permanent. D. D. D. for tho complexion. Trial bottle 25 cents. enoUKU to provo tho merit of this wonderful rem- " Wo can nlso Klve you n full size Lottie for M.00 on our absolute that If this very first bottlo falls to ctve you relief it will cost you noth- - w - --- r ,,-- ' ..r 0Wf d ''& j Beauty a , 8 The Courier's Weekly bcrmo v. "- - lljr m. r .i.isjz. it 1V;F( V3SS7 J yerr J Ji Tir o : : MT !': I'AhTOH ItlhhKIL &' jftiT SUB J ti i&&t2iM Ky. Lump Goal When You Think of : : : lCll G3EATEST HI THING : AND- - It! TMie mm MIL : : vnrcc A Kol f Mv are combined in a modern bath room equipment. Healtfulness, too, to a great degree that physicians testify too highly. If your bathroom is of the old fashioned kind, for your health's sake and that of your family, have us replace it with a sanitary room. It will save its cost in doctor's bills. : : : TiM U Rfl A Ton Furniture Think of Not Justice. Wisdom, Not Power, : ; butLove, rt Let me save you money on your coal. cMontgomery I The biggest and most varied line is now ready for your inspection. only enables men to sell V I STAHR STEVE PHONES BOTH ond Death 17. It. V "- : : : : Pattor : : : : : : : Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. : : ' Both Phones tfo. 73 WWWWWv USEFUL l1" LATCH Size of Gate. IS INVENTED A. M. Attorney-at-La- TYLhK w Pieces Uied In Making ttt Various Part Should Correspond With This Intcb may be attached to any swinging gate. The pieces used In ranking different parts of the latch ,hould correspond with the size of the gate The upright piece, and one that works on the pin In the slat that enters the post should be made of 'Inch stuff, three Inches broad and bout three feet long It should be trimmed down to two inches wide, to within six inches of the lower end, and a notch cut as ahown In the Illustration. It is then bolted to the second alat from the top, and Is held in plaoa on and Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. XXlolE-tmvxi., Ky. Office with Judge B. T. Davis For Sale When you are TIME, knowledge and experience ib the printing buiiness. QUR i A. t V in need of in this line some-thi- ng DON'T FORGET THIS . A Hold-Fa- Latch. , Soot and Business -- ASK Directory I FOR RATES- - top, iceeps the tongue of the latch In position, and holds one end of the! loolled spring that keepethe latch in, 3osltlon. .lATTENTION FOR YOUNG COLTS' the topslat by a plooe of strap lroa-s- i a half long. The upright piece that runs tros the top slat to the third one from the In order to judge of tho Dlvlno char neter we limit wh the Divine Program, nnd not merely primary xectlon of IL Th Jewish Age and Its people. Its Law. Hi prl(Mtlumd and Its Jubilee were only rough, outline sketches of IUimoII'm 1'iiNtur the Dlilne Plan, which bad not then lliemi' In the Lou-i- l even liegiiii. The Itedecnicr N tho o u Tabernacle I'oundutlou for the gn-a- t structure; un last evening lie nnld St. Paul, "Other foundation can n uo man In v thiin that which is laid hnd a crowded mound of Jesii C'hrNt." moat utteutivo Us Love the Principal Thing. UN text tenor Uoweier. n God of Juitlce, Wisdom wan, "That In the and Power, devoid of lxive, would bo i ."oiiio II e Aki as n mar ,C''VSlOgJU5SELL) mislit show the ns cold mid iitMjinpntbetlc uuioiigst ble t utue The grenlett thing riches nor col men t l.ote of Hit prut' lu UN lot lug UlndntitH to- tage could Ih Neither palace a plai e ti real Ihiiuo am) (Eplutdnnii In (.'lirixt Jituis ' ward iw of Joy mill nine nd refrethiiieiil with II. 7 i IIi claimed that all Christen out lore We cttuiint eroli supKiM the In reievt to Ihe lengths dom hu heiirt deiohl of love without KtipM5-luand brciilihi ami height and depths It utMlei the control of neltNtnusw. of the lore r Cod, which passeth all mid nettNhniM- - li merely utiother nfliiiu HI, IS, 10.) understanding" (Kpbeslaus by our contllctlng for ilii TUN N c Idi'iii-e'Die gn'aliMt men and women who Cret-iN- . not mi of which Is rational IIvmJ :ind who tin ve done the enough to b defended by one In a have errr iml lo ldeH Hir rse. Ilae bei'ii men pro-fehundred vt U own clergy, who tinil women ut hrurt, or live Surely (hut tlit'.r bWW've It nnd are leach l.oie li the irN lMl tlilnc In all UiN Kig H ,rHl. wUIkiiii wlilrh none can be tru-- i Tbl In' diTlarwI. Is driving many iiiti'i'y under HHy ronUlttoM. bNt with iiolilf noui" awav from the Ulble, m lit. li In, Hew N HHlblL' under nd uhli li luii Ihvii niNlnterpreted by us nut ''iindlttou Whenre cauie ti a:i Our dilllculiv has been that we liiHii I til- - tpMllt.v or ltre. unle4 from ((uiM Hi (lit' unflnlshrd parts of the l)W ('rellr' I me Program nud have neglected to Purport of His Text. pri'ixTU unc tho tclMCope of Ood's 1 he iftiir rtnlarcd i tint tlod's tire Wo d ulilcli would have enabled us to the itimlnc feuturrs of that Plan, wl In- - iiBiKt wonderfully dNplayit) In Iiu ifrs'li'im klmlne-- In Ihe renurreo u.llioul nhuli thf whole would bo lienor and Hiid tiusntisfactory both to tl'.n of hi ctiuK'ii. tn liiiiuurtittitT Iheti will ronie n fur l.m and UN ij f "Uive Divine, all love I lie PiiHlor ninliidi-his bearers that ther dl-ri' ellinc ri in- - of u h would judge of a new nil ill In- - whfii wnHklnil lu Kener.it under the Meiwlitnlc 1' 1II114 hy thf first story of the struc-- t Kliii'ilolu Hut liixIV lire In great . in oinpii'ie and surrounded by an f our leu dm isrM that In coming T ..dl Un lie contrary, we would d wilt dNHay the rlcbe ol An ,iin- - for tin- - architect'!, drawlnpt UN t?mie Illn love, toward u. tits iiu ' toii!iIir flieni propbecln of the 'U h ibe Hrtle liu.kl.ui in be We should do likewise "l. t it iwi rneelvr the gnire of God l:i oiis.dcrliis Un work of the great. In VHln Let um wunt tho neeeHHary I iiit.i' of in i Onlrerao. Sd purpose the development of sserlflcii, fin n very reasonable wrvlce. I Li- - church class Ornt. as a new crca-il- i nu the spirit ptime and higher than Hi miri'N. "partnlters of the divine na DON'T EXPERIMENT. t ir- Ye are the Churrh of the llv-- I You Will Make No Mistake If ml r Kind of fir.itfrults unto God ". You Follow This Advise. (II Peter L 4; James Vf Says That It, and It Ions Caps the Climax of Our Crta-toAuorable Character Miitakai of tho Pat and How W. Are Matter Inn Them Crowds as Usual. (TriTT T?-J- Nov 12. "Tho Greatest Thing in the Universe' was R'ell -II Peter It. 12; Psalm lx. have ever shown Selling for cash N - 11 for Less tome Z5ee Money & M 'ti than credit houses, and you will save by trading here. 1 aiso carry a iuii line or upiue.ki AiuiNU GOODS. ual g ine uooas o & 11 M The Everything1 You Want mmmmmmmammammummmmmmaammmmmmmmmwmmmm n Grocery Snow Flake Flour. Best Meats in the city, fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed.to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. 1 glr. d pl Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. 1 tt!t-4e- . 1 1 MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74 1 lii'i-rpntures- " I. 1S.I ST, PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Services: I "first fruitn" of Gods creatures. Thus sec-tIf Allowed to Beoome Stunted In First oi'N (Jod poslthely declare a Sal-- 'i uarj Mir to UN great Plan of Nine Months It Never Attains .01 In which "free grnco" and full-- :' Full Maximum Qrowth. opMirtmiit.v for reconciliation to ; d will lit- W. J. McMURRY crantid to the non elect. In buying up colts about the neigh Attorney-at-La(tin their nu U n (Ion will be not heav-enlJborhood we have found that a colt but einlilj Their resurrection (that during the flrsU Office in LaClede Building on corner. mine has been stunted life will never will nm menn n "rhnngo" of nature, months of Its Hickman, Ky. knake the maximum amount of growth, lrt h raNlng up lo tbi' perfection of land that it will not attain the weight) buiii'iti iinnire to lie enjoyed In a world of another from the same stro and . di- - ptiridiHc. hy all the willing and OR. C. M. CRUTCHFIELD nt 1.. Nor will the unwilling and dam raised under more favorable com klitlons, says a writer in the Horao i'l til.til ent be tortured to all eternity, I ut nu tin i rli tun declare, "All fhe old stand. Phone No. 2. Breeder. The draft horse is an anlJ ul-- l il n't He destroy;" they shall mal that matures early and makes Hickman, Ky. li. e nite li.ants." In the "fee one-hal- f of Its growth before it Is 12! "I months of age. It Is not unusual for a, draft colt to weigh 1,200 pounds at HICKMAN FURNITURE O. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. 12 months, and, Indeed, that la the aim of many breeders. The extra oare and feed required to bring a colt np td Phone 20 day or night. this weight amounts to little and la Hickman, Ky. far more than returned by the added; 'weight attained at maturity. The young colt will begin to eat a THE ELECTRIC STUDIO Mrs. J. F. Daniels, of small amount of grain when lltdsj Everything In Photography Sip, Ky., writes: "1 was iinore than a month of age. Dran and so sick for 3 or 4 years, crushed oats make an excellent feed Style, Quality and Prices Right to begin with when the colt is still, I had to hire my work Next to Price House with Its dam. done, most of the time. There is a practice of allowing the! , I had given up hope. When WOODLAWN DAIRY colt to run with Its dam at all times. ' Allowing the colt to suckle when the A. H. Leet, Proprietor. I began to take Cardui, I mare Is hot is likely to cause bowel knew, right away, it was ft dairy in The only ..trouble and it is almost entirely lmneipmg me. inow, 1 am M possible to prevent this when the colt Fulton County. I ls running by the side of the mare. It) better than ever before in ps expecting too much to ask a young my life, and Cardui did IL" 1 to cover as many miles In a dayj look as the older animal covers. The colt E G4 r tv f? B icannot make good gains under suoh.1 rv circumstances. It gets gaunt and) '9 comes In at night with lagging head,, mB ,and drooping spirits. The feed used: ci ; n to Dimension Stuff cut to order on should serve other purposes than We, run off In following the mare. leave the colts In the barn during the Short Notice. Tonic day, bringing the mares to the barn at moon for the colts to suckle. The, Mill located on Dresden Road .marcs get so they do not worry at all Cardui lias helped thous2 -2 miles east of Hickman. while working, and at the same tima ands of weak, tired, worn-o- ut Ithe colts can play about the barn and, women, back to health. If you are in need of anything krow. i Every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday. 1 ll--!i - Never neglect your kidneys. Then tlis World's Salvation. Tb Punter Impressed upon his bear-v- r If you have pain In tho back, urilie fun thai the Itlble declares the nary disorders, dlzlnesa and nervous(bordi in be ib Tlpt-bornstho ness it's tlmo to act and no tlmo to 1 ,' HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS i l& 8 HHTAItMHHi:i ItipSl l -' experiment. These are common symp toms of kidney troublo and jou should seek a remedy which Is recommended for tho kidneys. Doau's KIdnoy Pills Is tho remedy to use. It has cured many Btubborn cases in this vicinity. Can Hickman residents demand further proof than the following tcstl monlalT Mrs. J. L. Jones, N. Eighth St, Mayflold, Ky., says: "It was flvo years ngo that I first used Douu's Kidney 1111s, and was cured of an attack of kidney complaint which had annoyed mo for somo tlmo. Today I can statu that during tho years which have emptied since this euro was effected, tbero has boon no re currence of my trouble, Othor members of our family havo nlso taken Doan's Kidney Pills with gratifying results. It Is with pleasure that I confirm tho public satomeut I gae In 1903 In pralso of Doan'sKlnoy Pills, for I still bold a high opinion of them." For sale by all dealers. Price COc. Foster-MllburCo., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agcntB for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. n TOM DILLON. Sr Prop. HuccvtMir to II. (I. luimmiiKe.ilrrrii.ftli Ml WB1 IfKcPiiB ssll Marble and Granite Monuments CURDING. STONK WORK OF ALL KINDS. IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky A IsF ana'ln sHsBsBf'T? H ".Ta jraoSstf A Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY IHUKIlTOItH It. M. 1HI.KU II. T. HAVIH Dr. J. M. lltmilAlll) '(IKO.lI.TIIUKI.KKI.il T.A.I.KtirOltl) J.J.C1. IIONIHIltANT IIKNHY HANOKH We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS J. J. P. liONDlMlANT. I'reililent J. A. TIIOMI'HON. Cntlilf. 11.0 IIAMADK, Aunt Pnililir Rough Lumber For Sale... 7. 1 b. ? il l n The Woman's in this line, see Dr. J. M. HUBBARD Why not use dustle&s coal for cooking. A. A. Farts baa the real article t the right price. Cleaners and prcseers for particular people. White Bros. Phone 195, There's some class to Bettersworth ft PnUher'a 25c Granger coffee. Have you tries! KT GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore BEST It has a gentle, tonic action on the womanly system. It goes to the cause of the trouble. It helps, it helps quickly, surety, safely. It has helped others. Why not you? It will. Try it Get a bottle today! Wide Latitude In Revere. Htrlpcd cloths and silks are mado up with swathing collars, rovers and cuffs of woolly materials such as . wr. and polo cloth, or with Xjia.A."rxa ones like camel's hair, and Its counterpart, zlbollno. Then there are a number of now smooth-surfacexx. English cloths thnt co 1110 In plain and I'hune 4 . striking plaid effects that aro used 4 -- AT J equally for tho body of the garment and for trimming, and there Is tho usual quota of double-facematerials SAME OLD DOPE. Bradley & Parham's that are always to bo depended upon for novel manipulation. Samo old speochoH, Sanio old booms Basket leaves every Snino old tiresome hunt for rooms Sanio old coal bin samo old hod; Tuesday afternoon Tut a porous plaster on tho chest Samo old pimky golden rod. an nko a good couch syrup InterSamo old aguo, samo old chills; nally If you would treat a sovoro Best Work Lowest Prices I caae of eoro lungs properly. Got tho Samo old bitter qulnlno pills. dollar slzu BALLARD'S HOItEHOUN Samo old oysters, samo old quail; SVUUI'. With ench bottle there Is Samo old bills by every mall. a free HI3n.It.ICKS' ItED I'EPI'ER POROUS PLASTER for tho chest A satisfied customer Is our best ad Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Singer Sowing Mnchlno office nt vortlsoment. Wo can satisfy you I !. C. Rico Shoo Store Moving Pictures 8aturday nlaht. . Whlto Dros. Phono 19C. o 44t silky-haire- d FRESH MEATS o. iuoorua 4444 LAUNDRY d j j