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We dont Ln forcing a per Year Advance i K In np enough. y rlilloin to it imir '" II OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY uily uiit lor i iilifi nut ty iml on rtnr B. 1 ikt cost U No in nil r toiprml Local News Volume 52 THEHieKMAN COURIER. SSSSSTB be-ll- oe HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, SS Mi 1911 Number 22 on anyone, Fnper do not wnnt to mils n copy, keep tbe iubscrlp-tlo- n paid up. A notice of expiration Is Rlen here IS days nhead with !) A Blue Mark I HICKMRM-T- HE CITY OF ra C r r4SirS,E" a, . MIMFDIiT OFTOIUiMES " "J . a J""' witmilis i m vine iKtary O !? .F - OOT" y local newspaper, that of giving to Hickman's advantages throughout the scope of Its clrcula-tlon- , and of energetically agitating every honest causa that will tend to advance the Interest of our city along all lines. Hickman has an Incorporated Commercial Club, that only needs reviving, without ever going to the trouble of organizing a new body. Let us suggest that some of the old officials of the commercial club call a mass meeting of all the old club members together with every citizen of Hickman for an early date, for the purpose of formulating plans for an Intelligent and vigorous campaign. Will tho president or secretary volunteer to make this call and allow the Courier to publish the date In our next Issue? pub-llclt- St. Louis Biu JUUJ1 . f mt Phone 185 and for a trial order of our tlua'less cooking coal. No slack; Stops Neuralgia Pains stantly. Mr.C.M. DowWrof Tohmnejtmrr, tha belt medicine in the world. It hji relieved me of NeunlgU. Those paint hire all rone and 1 can truly say your ! Sloan's Liniment has a soothing effect on the' nerves. It stops neuralgia and sciatica pains in- Here's. Proof Liniment did atop them." Mr.Andrew F.Lear ol CO Gay Street, Cumberland, Sid., wriiei have used Sloan' Liniment for Neuralgia and I certain! jr do praise It very much." ''I Hickman do? Will she 4 ' ' e envious criticism of her J 'boring towns, who are K-h u ' Hickman with all their " whoso greatest delight J ' n seeing Hickman stunted J j i fed and her present bright b .anted? Will she assist hf in holding her back In ' e ra k. cf a Villa0e, by silently j itn them that Hickman can "ve Oo mor than a country town? L w her citizens arise In their and provo to the world that re p.hod Is fully equal to her Wl Wj 'J 'i a-- t. ' wt -- res ui places Hickman well In line to compete for this Industry, with a decided advantane on account of Its railroad facilities. It would open a market for all the wheat and oat straw that Is now going to waste In all our surrounding counties, and the cash for this (now worthless) product on the farm would be paid out In Hickman and most of It would be spent here VV0U,d pay roll. Hickman's population together with a large labor mer,al,y, with a thrifty Wo are reliably Informed that one class of peo- "d bring many lasting benefits, of tho largest shoe factories In the lch e as citizens and Hickman as west Is planning to establish a branch a clt In can ill afford to overlook. factory for certain grades of shoes 'rflo cotton sesd oH mill Is con some smaller city or town on account I 'mmediato actions will reveal iwer and the world will cs- ""ate y , according to that answer. The t me it rpe anU tho opportunty ,0 p,vvo yu- Oreatness stands knock-r- j at yjur door now. A" 'ntcrurban R. R. . standing " "" ' ur reach.offerlng Hickman tho avai ' -- eus position of becomlna Its """I ' m.nal. it has signified Its Wi to honor us with the best It as toro if we will only ac- "Pt ' It has also Informed us that w do not want It that It will not I' -- e ,Ir oed upon us. Columbus Is msK a strong fight for Its terml- a urging it to abandon Its plan J""1 H xmnn, n fact fighting hard 0 ke' H from entering Hickman at w t" its terminal here, Hickman ou'd become the home of eeveerai "ndrd of ,tg employeet who Pend ,heir alarles In Hickman. It r u " templating a location In some town In this section. It has several towns In view, Hickman among tho numbor, and the town that shows that they want it by extending a cordial Invi tation Is the town that will most likely get It. Such an enterprise needs no comment from us for every one knows the benefits of a cotton mill to any city. A Spoke factory, that employs full 100 men Is considering a location In Either Cairo, Union this vicinity. City, Dyersburg, Columbus or Hickman will be chosen as the site for this factory. Spoke factories pay fair v.ages, and their 100 employees would receive approximately $60,000 per annum to say nothing of the cash they DIs would pay out for the timber. trlbuted among Hickman's different channels of trade, this would be no trlffllng sum. For several months a strawboard factory has been Investigating In West. ern Tennessee and Kentucky for a location for a large plant. The law requires this factory to have Its drainage empty Into a large stream, which fjfSSlSBJBjyBJMBBiSJSBSffifBJlBJlBJjBM1 zIsMF fSSMm -- NsHsv I wages and their payroll would amount to approximately $500,000 per annum. No less than three of our neighbor ing towns are hot on the trail of this factory, offering such Inducements as the disadvantages of their location will permit. But every man, no matter how large his position may be, likes to be patted on the back. Cordial treatment carries a great weight with every one and Is often the means of accomplishing great things. How can we afford to keep still, with all the natural advantages that we have in our favor,and make no ef fort for such enterprises as these when they would mean so much to the commercial life of Hickman? We have far more to attract them than any of our neighbors If we would only make an effort to exploit these advantages. SLOANS LINIMENT is the best remedy for rheu matism, backache, sore throat and sprains. At nil dealers. Prlco2Sc.,SOc.and$I.OO Sloan' bnok on ilorset. Cattle, siogs ana roui-tr- y tent free. Addres Dr. Earl S. Sloan Boston, Ma. I bsm j Santa Claus is Coming IU m I h sHiia "SSS!SJ3!8S3ISSS!SSSSSS3EISS3ISIS!3ISMSIS!32SSE wuj No Individual or firm can accomplish a great deal along these lines single handed; It requires systematic, organized effort of the whole citOn a certain day, the exact date will izenship of any town, and with such be announced soon, Santa Claus is united effort there is nothing Imposcoming to town. He will make his sible. For several weeks we have headquarters here for a time, and urged the Importance of a strong com merclal organization In Hickman for will welcome all the children who the very purpose of going out after come to visit him. All the little boys enterprises that would be of general and girls may tell Santa himself just benefit to the entire town. We feel what they want for Christmas. confident that such an organization Is desired by every public spirited man In this city and all that is need ed Is some one to make the start Some one must lead off If anything Is ever done. Let's not sit still any longer and allow our neighbors to paclty for 500 or 600 men from the rejoice at our expense. conditions of aettlna better Most of Its employees are The Courier stands ready to per they have In the city. It Is their start, than ca skilled labor that command good form every duty that rests upon a purpose to equip a plant with a r niOlllrll ir ia isn m New Things I I I I I I WATCH FOR THE DATE i I H I I H H H I H In Cut Glass We have just received a handsome line of Cut Glass, including new patterns never before showri in Hickman, and by all odds the prettiest and richest cutting we've ever shown The prices, however, are no higher than charged for older patterns. You are cordially invited to call and see this line, whether you care to purchase or not. BROOKS The Jeweler NextJoor to Montgomery' aaaaiaiwaissiiiB jt. W ""fl""!;" JWW"WpfT SANTA CLAUS BANK Will Be Open and Ready for Business Tuesday Morning, Nov. 28, at 8 O'clock a. m. at Store, in their Holiday Goods Ellison Bros. Department-UpStair- s. I j ThA crtofifll fafl'tfifAc nf infi fTliiic' Rfintr flfp fiicf fhiit if ic hnriLr c niar' ii I r fnr may also be depositors. Next, de the boys and girls of all ages, but grown-up- s l posits do not have to be made in money, but with coupons and checks, which can be had without cost. And last, Every Depositor Will Draw a Dividend Before Christmas let us show you how every boy and girl in this community can get a valuable Christmas present Absolutely Free. The dividends consist of Dolls, Toys, Novelties and Useful Articles of all kinds. Here are some of the dividends given away at Santa Claus' Bank: Ir Come and Ask Us about the Plan and 7 ," " - ' - 11 fi "lfiTftW,!lfeti bwi stiii mtm tx$m. t 4, n Moving Picture Machines, Radioscopes, Baby Grand Pianos, Brass Beds, Fine Dolls, Doll Houses, Doll Beds, Rocking Horses, Furniture, Tea Sets, Trains, Air Rifles, Stoves, Magic Lanterns, Baby Buggies, and hundreds of other articles. Our Opening Display of Christmas and Holiday Goods will start Tuesday Morning, Nov. 28th. We will show this year a very much larger stock of these goods than ever before. Our is literally full of Holiday Goods. up-stai- rs We Cordially Invite You to Our Opening Display Ellison Bros. Hickman, Ky. What More Could You be Thankful for than a few of the Articles Mentioned for Everyday Use A nice pair of comfortable fitting SHOES in all the styles and lasts. Gun metal, box calf, velours, vici kids, and tans, button and lace. Your hands are your best friends. Best Made and Best Known A strong combination 1 u Hansew Gloves" Strong as rawhide soft as kid. Dress gloves, driving gloves, wool gloves, work gloves. When dirty or greasy wash in gasoline and they are like new. Hawes "ECLIPSE" $3.50 $4.00 $5.00 The Royal Shirts in white and fancy, plain and plaited, $1.00 to $1.50 Wool Shirts in grey, tan, blue Hats So that whether your pref- Say, Mr. Sportsman ! What about a pair of Hunting Boots, a pair of Leather Leg-gin- s, a Corduroy or Leather Hat or Cap for that big Thanksgiving Hunt Shoes, brown and fancy, erence be a Soft Hat or a Derby, you can't go wrong if you buy a HAWES Every Hat Guaranteed 12 to 18 inch 3.50 to 9.00 1.50 to top $1.00 A to $3.00 25c to $3.00 3.00 tJm Co, A Leather Leggins 3.50 Hats and Caps 50c to 1.00 nice, stylish Suit or Overcoat for Men, Young Men or Boys for "Thanksgiving Services" SSI i!iw SS SJSSJII f'SS ISS Baltzer & Dodds Dry Goods ANOTHER FACTORY COMINQ Plint Will Employ Fifty To Locate In Wert Hickman. Incorporated SPECIAL AGENT HERE. S. II. Heilbronner, special agent for tho Kentucky Southwestern Electric H. It., was In tho city Monday on business. Tho outlook for tho bulld-it.- g of this road (from I'aducah to Hickman) is very promising, but wo must not lose sight of the fact that these things must have somo local encouragement. n hOGERS SELLS HOME. REBELS IN CONTROL GENTLE REMINDER. llogers has Hold hi home J For All Kinds of place wool of Dr. J. M. Hubbard'a M. Tyler, the roldnce to AUkon price botng 1609. Thla ta Tb Courier hu It on pretty cool porch Tientsin, Nov. 21. A desperate , In I buttle Is In progress ut Hankow. Tho bority that Hickman la to got w oim of tho prUtit tocntjo and Mr Tyler win probably Imperialists are reported losing factory in a mighty ahort m Tho concern backing thla on- - btilld a now rooWonco where tho old 'prim ii not oil fun and feather. owe now stnmU Rebels Blamed for Massacre. h. r Mr. HBw will Rtvo poMiw4nH London, Nov. 21. Confirmation of representing tho concern ib nttn Just n noon n ko enn build RitoUier a rumored massacre of foreigners at tblii particular Instanco U hum house, whlah is to t hxmd hi the listen Ku, China, wns recched hero Try the Harness Shop i week Koine orcr tho proportion Roger's Addition, JttH oast of the In messages from Tien Tsln. ory imioh to d fir.ds tho situation The number of victims Is not stated bridge foot south end of the Phone 154: i - HUng In the dlspacches. It Is only known foreigners In noth-;.- h that most. If not all, the vriimry to tho general ruio, Fu were English and Scandi-nala- n wiii bo aakrd of our oilliunt. Wo have been forwd to raise the listen Hickman Harness Co, Dapttst missionaries, . factory will use timber small price of all eeffee and our famous to have been reTho rebels -- iff thai other wood working plant nitnur will how sell at Ue Instead sponsible for tho slaughter, since they 'hin action has no uao for. II jof Wc tt ta Um wtwii of any 4&ccof- - recently captured tho city from tho J t tt-- employment to CO to T5 fee soW In HHKHWii iwtwritworui .v Imperialists. n tt.' yrar round, and will handle I'ratkor Keportn of a massacre of French FOIt SALE AT ONCE Ono million missionaries In Lolos territory, south extra fine cypres shingles C. M pa?mll of about $1,000 a week. Uw wrong of Sxe Chusn province, still lack con It too cream gtvw Yntos Shluglo Co. Further particulars later. iwitwnt try boating tosoUwr tho firmation, but tho gravest fears are g and a tawopoonful entertained. white of hb The actual outbreak of Fin of unknown origin destro)ed of sugar In a toaspeonlul of water. deepheme of U. K. Flolda In South I'ut the whipped mixture In the cu)M violence in China is causing tho est anxiety In government circles to- 'on Friday. Tho iiouao Has n bWore inuring the eoffee out. here Not only la It feared that tho loss and only part of tho house-- ' Hslen Fu outrage will bo followed by chwrcb, Sunday Iltcktwait ItaptW i Roods wore aatod. Tho loss la murders of forolgnors all over China, Adams, of ly covered I by Insurance. AdJIon-- , November Sttfc I)r M but since tt Is ovldcnt that outside ' houMa wero badly damaged. Frankfort. Ky . Corresponding Secre Intervention cannot bo dolayed longer, tary of the Kentucky ltapUst Hdttca- - the danger of friction between tho vc are told that Col. Btovo Htnlir, Hon Society, will preach at 11 o'clock. powers becomes Imminent of our local capitalists and big i Tho English believe tho czar and Kvery roewbw of the church Is urged ixr'y owners, la thinking of tear- - to be preoeol, and we extend most mlkodo long have had a compact for i partitioning Chlnn, i down tho old framo buildings. In- -- cordial Invitation to the nubile Sun- of tho other powets. to tho exclusion Anxiety has been dltg his lhery atnblo and adjaevening ser-- , day School at 10 ti h by landing of Japanese rroperty, nnd replacing thorn v r at 7 o'clock Spnrgeon Wlngo. Intensified rt j troops at Chi Fu without what was Mi ir nhrn Mr pastor brick structure considered hero adequate reason at ihr has tho right Idea Wo should has been tho time j.sterdny mobllUIng Nows that Russiain eastern Ijo better buildings on ouch de-- lk. iKU-o- was troops secretly Title luildlng altos. from IUiHutll Siberia Is considered another dangor- ous system. i lick-wan- Desperate Battle Being Waged at Honkow. t HORSE GOODS rtl An exchange remarks. It is a coincidence that a storm of such extent lit Tennessee should come during Uie toyngo of tho reproduction of tho first steamboat While the old "Now Orleans" was steaming down the Ohio near the mouth and the first of tho carthquako shocks which formed Iteelfoot liko In West Tennessee oc- 'currcd, the crew of tho little boat witnessing tho sudden disappearance of Islands and shore lines and natural phenomena that left the people In the Middlo West The first of those shocks came on December 11 1811. panic-stricke- J BIG LOSS SETTLED. A fow days ago, a disastrous flfo occured In Old Hickman, when the V. house occupied by J. Barry burned. There was $1500.00 lnsuranco on the house belonging to J. It. Moss and JC00.00 on Mr. Barry's household goods. This loss was settled Monday, Nov. 20, paying both parties their full in- 1 se-o- ot anti-foreig- Dob Jackson settled his case In the federal court at Paducah this week b) remitting ICO. He was picked up In Hickman by Marshall Neale not long ago on charge of selling Tcmporluo without government license. surance. KENNEDY DID IT. "Better be Insured than sorry." J pi SEVERAL HEADACHES GONE. ' Try This Model A favorite with professionals. Grade Koo, 12 gauge, 30 inch barrels. -- Reinforcements for Nankin Fight. Shanghai, Nov. 21. Eight thousand rebel recruits are mobllUIng nt Canton, preparatory to Joining In tho of Nankin. Tho expectod rebel attack on the city was delaed be- n cause tho Imperialist defenders' post-lioproved stronger than cxpocted, and It was decided to await reinforcements nnd lay siege. .!. Tweho thousand barrels of Kentucky whiskey, let loose by fire which destroyed a bonded warehouse of the tiavless County DIsUHIng Company at Owensboro Saturday night, wero licked up by tho flames or lost when the blazing liquor flowed out upon tho Ohio rher, covering the surface of tho stream with a sheet of fire. Thousand s of people witnessed tho spectacular destruction of J40.000 worth of property. Twcnty-flv- o barrels of liquor in an adjoining warehouse wero endangered by tho flam ing streams which ran. from tho burning building, but were saved.The loss Is practically covered by Insurance. Too bad that all booze In tho U. S. was not stored in that warehouse. REMEMBER THE POOR. When tho blizzard camo up last week most of us hunted up winter clothing, investigated the doinostlc heating plants( assembled extra bed-In- g all for ourselves not thinking, perhaps, of those who might not have a heating plant or fuel or warm clothing or any of the other thlngB which somo of us enjoy. Don't forget that there may bo oth era who aro not so fortunato as you are. Many families In Hickman have a surplus of garments, which will not be worn again, ainny hao bedding which has been supplanted by newer and better kinds. All of these articles which aro not needed can be used to good advantages by the local nld societies. Thanksgiving and Christmas aro both close at hand. It Is enough said to remember tho poor Ono day recently while Jeff Irwin was digging somo post holes at his residence on Commercial street he found a cannon ball which would weigh about 2G or 30 pounds. Tho ball was about four feet In tho ground. Charleston Republican, i: THREE MEN DIE IN CHAIR Right Triple Execution at Sing Sing Prison of Men pouna uumy of Murder. Osslnlng, N. Y., Nov. 21.-T- barrel modified, left barrel full choke, Weight 7 I 4 pounds NEW. L. C. Smith, double safety. hree This Gun for rent to any responsible person. Apply to murderers expiated their crimes In oxocu-Hotho electric chair In n trlplo at Sing Sing prison They wero Frank Schermerhorn of Hrem-ye- r Mlllbrook.who murdered Sarah January 13, 1910, a nurse, on who I'eltro Falletta of Port Chester, 13, Loulso Levlne, on August, Mlled negro of 1920. and Hort L. Brown, a Ilye, who slow hla brother, William n f Ojprttttttd by RotnwM ft Vn. Clkfl A H. E. CURL1N House of Qunllty. Brown, on May 21, 1910. Priceless Masterpiece Stolen. AnFlorence Italy, Nov. 21. Fra gelica's mastorpiece, "The Madonna tho Delia Stella," or "Madonna of MonStar," wna stolen, It was learned day from tho Convent of San Marco as here Tho painting Is regarded priceless. Peg Top Trousers added to your wardrobe will come in handy the next few months. "GUW" Peg Top Trousers are cut wide thru the hips and thighs, being close at shoe tops; just the thing for young men and men who wish to stay young. We carry a complete stock of "GUW" Peg Top Trousers, well assorted in designs and patterns, and our prices cover a wide range. ' pair of "OtfCtf" Baltzer & Dodds Dry Goods Co. INCORPORATED It Saturday mgni m ui jv I J IW m ATTACHES HIS GOV. WILLSON SIGNATURE TO NUMEROUS DOCUMENTS. Many Officer! Who Were Elected at the November Election Are Appointed to Fill Out Unexpired Terms. iiwiMiiriiifiliiwi'W,iiwiiijT'nflTr Suit I Sell Must Wear Satisfactorily, or Every Schwab T' i J III wwHJn IW fca Iff mrJfim7 HI MrM&J f ?; J III Your Money Back we say so clothing enbecause our confidence in Schwab ables us to assume so broad and liberal an obligation to you without fear of serious consequences. ffflT That's our declaration of principles fell I fe ft 11 Schwab clothes are made of guaranteed fabrics, and so well tailored and finished that they will "stand up" in spite of the hardest kind of wear and usage. all-wool II li,B III The natural result of making Schwab clothes so extra good is that you get more value for your money than in any other make. be convinced. Come in right away and select from my excellent assortment of them. Just try a "Schwab $15 Special" and GUARANTEED To be all wool To wear to your satisfaction III Ml III Gov. Wlllson has tho following otllccrs elected nt tho November election to till nut unexpired terms: T. J Ham lings, lount) Judge, Clay county; G. W urower, Justice of the pence, Sixth district. Clay county; Elvis Birch, Justice of tho peaco. Third district, WablniiKtoa couuty? J. G. Hodman, Justice of tho pence. First district, county, J. L. Glttlngs, Justice of the peace, Sixth district, Cumberland county, J. W. Hall, Justice of the pence, Millers Creek district, Estill county, E. W. Day, Justlco of the pence. Third district, Morgan county; J. V. Uoldlron, Justice of the peace, Fourth district, Garrard county; W. Judgo of Pike II Stallard. county W. county; Ames, F. Justlco of tho peace. Fifth district Gallatin county; Henry Lilly, police Judge, Gloncoo; John D. Cullen, Justice of tho peaco, Provldenco district Wob-ste- r county; B. M. Sutton, county Judge, Webster county; It L. Tapp, Justlco of tho peace, Dixon district Webster county; J. It Carter, Justice of the peace. Third district Monroe county, W. 11. Moxoy, police Judge, Tompklnsvlllo; W. G. Collins, pollco Judge, Sebrce; Georgo W. Cromwell, police Judge, Hockport; A. J. Thorn-berrpolice Judge, Poolo; W. L. Wallace, police Judge, Wheatcroft; J. B. Ward, county Judge, Scott county; Arthur S. Price, Justlco of the peace, Third dtstrlot Fleming county; J. It Klucatd, Justice of the peace, First district, Fleming county; B. M. Heatt Justlco of tho peaco, First district Woodford county; L. J. Owon, police Judge, t'larkson; M, A. Taylor, police judge, Concyyllle; J. D. Perry, Justice of the peaco. Fourth district Grayson county; L. C Patterson, Justlco of tho peace. Sixth district Pulaski county; & A. Whlttlnghlll. Justice of the peace, Sixth district Sixth district, Breckcnrldge county; D. J. Quigglas, Justice of tho peace, Fifth district, Breckenrldge couity; E. 1L Miller, police Judge, Stcphensport; A. D. Ashcraft pollco Judge, Irvlngton; V. C. Uabbage, pollco Judge, Clover-por- t, P. T. Sullivan. JusUco of tho pence, Seventh district Jefferson :ounty; W. A. Gross, Justlco of tho peace. Seventh district Graves county, Georgo A. Williams, Justlco of tho peace, Second district Graves county. Frankfort La-ru- o The Gift Maker's- - BEST OPPORTUNITY! Our new and beautiful line of Holiday Goods, full of choicest selections for the Christmas trade is now ready for your inspection, and you are invited to call and sec the new goods, embracing APPROPRIATE BEAUTIFUL USEFUL r lwolw,n I We have new novelties In nice but Inexpensive goodi. We have nicer and more costly gifts. But In AtL grades and at at Att prices we can supply you with THE NICEST and MOST APPROPRIATE GIFTS FOR LITTLE or BIO, OtD or YOU NO. Oo not fall to kceour Special attractions In Uatel? es Diamotydj Jewelry Siluer Qood$ Cut Glass, Clocks, Novelties, Etc. Our silverware includes the famous 1 Where Quality Reigns Higher than Price. III THREE BOAT LINES Now In Operation Between Cairo and Caruthersvllle. SEEM AT OUTS. SHORT ON NEGROES. ing from tho following editorial from negroes; in 1300, 1.SC2.303 whites There are now three Independent paper: and 284.70G negroes, or in 1910 thr boats In the trade between Cairo and Brlce's "Wo see whore old Jawn D. Ilocky-fell- wblto population amounted to 88 G Caruthersvllle. now claims descent from Wil- per cent and tho negro 11.4 of tb The first boat to take up this short liam tho Conqueror, Charles the Bold, total, while in 1900 whites were 8G7 line run was the Lucllo Noland. FolBilge Water, tho Earl and negroes 13.3. This shows a fall low Ins her the Wlnoun, of the Co- tho Duke of perhaps a few other lug off of 8.1 per cent on the part llar Line Steamers entered the trade. of Hamfat and company then thought worthies. This Is old Jawn's money, of the negroes and an increase of 8 9 The Lee Line not old Jawn himself, making this per cent on tho part of tho whites In it was necessary for them to help claim. Old Jawn's father was a horsV Kentucky. Improve this servlco and they placed their Str. John Lee In service be- Jockey and neter heard or dreamed of Tudors, Hohenzollerns, Dukes 'or tween tho two towns. Tho W. Wilson Kevorend O. Lords. This Is a silly and amusing Each boat is scheduled to make two side of Americanism." pastor has been of round trips a week. This slves Hickson has been reappointed pastor of man twelve boats a week from the tho First Methodist church hero for trade, four Lee C P. Shumate and wife and A. M. tho next conference year. Ho will Line boats in the St. Tyler, wife and son, and Mrs. Bell preach in East Hickman Chapel totrade and two in the Cincinnati-MeWilliams went to Newborn, Tonn., morrow (Friday evening) nt 7 o'clock phis trade; or a total of eighteen yesterdny to attend tho wedding of On Sunday he will preach nt 11 a boats making Hickman a regular stop Miss Virginia Shumate and Jas. Mo-ra- n m. and 7 p. m. at First Methodist each week. which was solemnized I ant night. church, unless improvements there This might be too many boats for Mr. Moran Is a resident of Dresden. should interfere, he will preach at Tho bride is a charming young lady. Court house. Ho urges that every eome towns but cot for us. She has visited her sister, Mrs. Ty- member of tho church bo present ler, and brother, Mr. Shumate, hero A cordial Invitation is given to others ;OWS AND HOR8ES BURN. frequently and is well known to Sunday School at 9 45 nt church or many of our people. court houiio. press last week, we As we went to '.ere Informed by a neighbor of S. Illustrated Songs Motion Pictures Tho only thing high about Schwab M. Pewltt's that it was a false reLyric Saturday Night clothes Is the quality Llebovltz port about his barn burning east of town Wednesday night. The barn lid burn however, and our informa tion was not correct. Besides losing bis barn, Mr. Powltt lost in the fire Ills buggy, horse, two cows, a farm horse, two buggies, twenty tons of bay, valued at $400, all of bis new fanning Implements and a large crib It was a jf corn was destroyed. F estimated between loss, complete 52,000 and 2,B00. We wish, for our Here's the place to fit your head our line ''friend's eako, that our first report might have been true. er Iouls-Mempb- For some reason Editor Brice, of Fulton county still holds her own Union City, has "fell out" wlthjno. but statistics show that in 1910 KenU. At least it looks that way judg- tucky bad 2.027,955 whites and 2C1,-65- C Issues Proclamation. Oov. Wlllson has Issued 1 proclamation letting apart Thursday, November 30, as Thanksgiving Jay. Ho says: "Our country has been ipared the trials of war and the bur-len-s of sorrow and suffering. We have snjoyed the blessings of peace and of I high degree of happiness and gen-srogift No civil disorders have brought sorrow or phamo to our We havo kept tho covo-aaof the law with each other and Kith our Maker. We have maintained peaco, neighborly good will and friend-thlthroughout tho boundaries of tho jommonwealth without reproach. Wo save enjoyed tho blessing of liberty ind completo freedom under the law. The public peace and the fair name 3f tho state have not been marred sy feuds or lawless bands. Our people have worked together with mu-;ugood will and honest rcspocts for sach others opinions, faith and feel ing as they never did before. Our :rops have given rich returns for tho labor of the farmer, the factories havo producod a great output and buslnoss interests havo prospered, and for all these gifts and blessings to our country and old Kentucky I call upon our peoplo together In tholr homos and shurches to render praise and thanks to our Lord." Governor Frankfort 847 Rodgcrs Bros. p Our stock is generous in variety and includes only of approved worth backed by the standing and reputation of one of the oldest j'cwclry houses in Fulton county. Select your gifts from our big stock and you will get the Best and Most Appropriate Presents obtainable at Prices that will delight you I goods cAll goods purchased at this store ypitl be en graved rJXJirL by our expert engraver. C. G. A Schlenker's CHRISTMAS HEADQUARTERS L lrhfeJJLlULAitkllkl'ilVjfcrTUttl-RAItROAD RECORD. Tho NEW HOTEL COMPANY. A little bird whispers to ua th ' stock company is being organltoi mong our buslnoia men for bulldn new hotel building in Hickman exact location wo failed to loarn, It will probably bo located on ' samu street with tho Courier offic 1 Refuses petitions for Rehearing. In the appellate court petitions for rohearlng wero refused In tho following casos from Warren: Mclntcer vs. Moss; Kelfer vs. L. & N.; Townsend, mayor, vs. Gorln and Montgomery & Williamson; Borrone vs. Boscley Drothers. Tho above cases are of interest In tho case of Mclntcer vs. Mors, Judge, tho city court fined W. r. Mclnteer and others a sum loss than 12b, and tho case was taken to the circuit court for an Interpretation sf tho law, Mosoley Bros, win la the jaso Borrone vs. Moseley. No Change In Assessments. Interstato commorco commission reports hint during the fiscal year ending Juno 30 last tho railroads of tho United States killed 10,330 persons nnd Injured 100,109. Ono railroad' omployo was killed to every 4S8 employed. This Is a flno record, for which undertakers and physicians should bo duly grateful, and also lawyers and claim agents. Tho s surely holp tholr buslnoss, and promoto the blosslngs of prosperity. rail-rand- Hickman Courier and Commercial-tl $1.25. Tho Ladles of tho Embroidery i wl" bo entertained Friday aftern by Mrs. H. F. Romloy. All inemi of tho Club who can bo prchont requested to notify tho hostowi later than Friday morning. KILLED FOUR DEER. W. H. Wheeler. Nick Logan and Isbell. A Courier man was shown Joe the head and pelt of the largest buck yesterday. The antlers, a handsome pair, showed the deer was five years old. Be wele4 MO pound. party of hunters from this vicinity, composed of Jess Olldowell.J. B. W. II. and A. B. Wheeler, Nick Logan, Joe Isboll, Dr. J. W. Prather and Mr. Carr returned this week from a three weeks' hunting trip in tho vicinity of Caruthersvllle, Mo. On this trip they bagged four fine deer and fourteen wild turkeys. Those killing deer wero Jess A I I I I I H of head gear is very complete. We invite your inspection for the line of Hats, Caps and Toques. H. E. CURLIN House of Quality. I I I I H Tho tentaiivo assessments of tho tanglblo property of the railroads In tho state havo been made by tho stnto railroad commission, and in almost avery case tho assessments nro tho lame as last year. Tho not earnings 3t most of tho roads showed Blight lecroases and for that reason tho commission decided not to incronso the assessments on the tangible property. Will Not Resign. "Thcro Is nothing in It" This was what Judgo E. C. O'Rcar said whon asked about tho report from Mt Storting that ho would resign his placo on the bench. Tho report from Mt. Sterling said that Judgo O'Hear would resign his placo on tho Appclato 11: SWANN HATS As to Values and Styles, none do or can give better. Let us show you no trouble. Gilde-wel- l. bench shortly and move to Louisville to practice law. Tho report has boon current In Frankfort for a weok, but was only a rumor. Judge O'ltoar declared positively that thoro was nothing in It Got a FREE MAJESTIO SOUVENL Sco our advertisement in this issue. Wchman Hardware) Co. Millet & Alexander H: ' " ' a f. t- - iFififfn wiki:wflwf tMtt'h,t"l'H44''''4'4'fMl"HMt'ti"t'"I''twl' aflfeJ On the Streets Heard .. THE HICKMAN NEWS COMPANY ANNA HELM ELLISON and CC0. CLINT ELLISON Bostonian I'ltljl ... ... Ed Cox died at Fulton Monday. Have opened a News Stand in Helm & Ellison's of keeping in stock, Drug Store, for all times, a very complete line of at the-purpo- se Arthur Halo returned Saturday fror Na.hvillo. C. L. Phllllppy, of Phllllppy, was hero Tuesday. Periodicals and Magazines : ( ftw I V Kneeland for fit . Regular orders for Magazines aro delivered prompUy. Get your Magazines ob issued. You can stop them or change them at any tlmo. We Mrs. J. M. Brown visited at State will take your subscripUon for any single copy, or at club rates. LowLine this week. est prices guaranteed. Patronize home people, them If your paper or magazine falls to come regular, it will be adjusted promptly. Frnnk Cox, or Union City, wna hero Monday on business. - Youi- Fatx'ouaso SOllcitod Illustrated Songs Motion Pictures Lyric Saturday NIcbL Miss In THE HICKMAN NEWS COMPANY, In Helm & Ellison's Drug Store A. M. DeBOW AT REST. V V STYLE AND SERVICE Luclle Bondurant Union City this week. is visiting Mrs. Mrs. J. M. Reld is visiting John Casslty in Nashville. Tr' Gun Metal Velour and Patent, in Blucher, or Button, FARMERS INSTITUTE No Interest Taken By Frank Rudicll died nt his homo In Fulton County Farmers. ruuon, i uesany. Ago uo. 'WyS y TURBINE - $3.50 to $5.00 Millet & Alexander TRIAL IN BROKEN DOWN. COOD LADY CONE Th- loo h. turblno onglno nt Uio V tgil Box Comiuiii'a Vonwr Mill tc ki down Monday moriiliiK ck nnd slnco tills tlino the grent- iar of tho Voneor Mill hnit bcD c"d down Thl turblno bus boon .iitAiit ure for throo years, both c'jv Ai.d night They now have four hrt from Pittsburg, Pn,, repair- rg this engine, and Mill liuo tho miw m ship shape within tho next ', dats and tho mill will again bo a nK full b)nL n.is is th- - ftmt time that no many put out of employment 4 k r have V. imr Mill on account of at tl " ak own s4nco It lift boon a mill, .n m nine )ars, n very unusual 'R 11 li'ctrlc derrick Is also out of ( ultmton on account of tho turblno ' ris broke own. Hi' y began Installing large buck-t- j engine on Tuesdny to use In tlrlv-r- e part of tho mill that It now shut dcwi, while tho turblno I being re-p- a nil Tlie work of Installing thlit and iTM will bo pushed both day comt ght uhtil Uio work ha boon peted, howor, this cngtno will not cna' If thorn to put tho ontlro mill ;ii oiHratlon until tho turblno has ' r paired. i i i orn and Raised In borhood of Jordan. Neigh- bn 1 ? Mrs Julia Itondurant. ago S3 years, died Sunday nt tho homo of her daughter. Mrs. Augusta Key In Obion county near Jordan About thre months ago she foil nnd dislocated her right hip, and It wns tho effects of this accident that caused hor death Deceased was the widow of John Itondurant who died about SO yearn ago, nnd was born and roared in thr neighborhood In which she died. She had been a dovoted member of the IlnpUst church for CO yearn, nnd wan loved by all who know hor. She Is mirvhed by four sons and nno daughter, as follows: C. It Iton durant, of Florida; Alphls Itondurant, or Cairo, Jno. Itondurant, of Charles ton, Mo; and K. A. Itondurant, or near Jordan; and Mrs. Augusta Key, or tho Liberty neighborhood. Four children preceded her to tho grave several yearn ago. She was an aunt of Judgo W. A. Nnylor, and leave a large nutubor of relatives and friends In this county to mourn hor loss. Funeral services wero conducted Monday afternoon by Ilov. C. Howies, nnd romnlns burled nt LIborty. In I Hickman is coming to tho front transportation matters, our present. service gives us olghteen boats here each week nnd fC passenger trains Iast week there wore only two points train within where one may board tho city now there nro four. If wo take ndvnntago of tho opportunity now within our reach, wo may odd to this noxt year an Interurban lino operating as many ns ton dally tmliM. besides giving us street car Chas IJ Travis, our popular miller service. The time is now rlpo for And commission merchant. Is Just U wo cotnmcrclnl club. winding up tho work of a big im- an active don't get together nnd do somothlng, prove ment on his mill In West Hickwo are n set or chumps yes, tho man Ho has moro than doubled his bunch of us. capacity Tho superior quality of his flour, moal, etc., together with good O. N. Helm wns ono or thoOrnnd service and courteous trcntmont l Jurors nt tho Federal Court, which Tho the principal reason for tho neces- convened In I'nducah Monday. sity of enlarging the mill. Jury completed their nork Uils tlmo usually Mm J. M. Hubbard entertained a in a row hours whorens it takes several ays. Others from this number or Indies friends nt dinner O. place nttended court wore II. s Tuesday. Thoso present wore Hale, It. II. Kirk, J. W. Wnrd. II. T. II Buchanan, Wlnges, M. Johnson, 8. M. Hubbnrd nnd J. W. Hog-tr- s Davis, F. 8. Moore, Goaldcr Wm. Carpenter nnd J. It. Itruor. or Tho occasion wns thoroughly timber Tho Halo-War- d near town. i njoyed enso took a bunch of witnesses rrom Don't bo deceived by to much talk here. about cheap shingles. Wo will soil Tho Sans I'nrlit Club met at Miss )ou tho wim o goods for less money Anita Dodds Saturday nrtornoon. Af- and can furnish you a bettor shlnglo If you want It. 0. M. Yntes Shlnglo tor an hour spent very pleasantly in woro ombrolderlng, refreshments (o served consisting of two courses. Tho A hustling, advertising next meeting will bo with Misses Hickman merchant Informs us that Thompson. ho sold two good bills of goods thin Snm Salmon, Jr., returned homo week to parties residing In Union Sunday from Huffman, Ark., where City, And why not? ho has been scaling Umber for sevSTOVE WOOD: Moslor & Ingram eral days. will soil you cood. eDilt ash wood nt $2 50 for d load. Orders left Get next to ono or my long overat I'rovow 13ros. will bo promptly coats with tho now presto collars to filled. keep out Uio wind and cold. Llebo-vitz- . Albert Johnson shot and killed John Thomas on tho Str. Jno. A. A pleasing personality U mado Wood, at Cairo, Friday. Doth uro doubly so when you wear n Schawb negroes. suit or overcoat. Several peoplo camo us this week Long Overcoats nt shortened prices from New Madrid to do their trading can bo found at Llobovltz. with Hickman merchant). Thoro's a reason. k It is reported that Hickman Is to a savings uann. Oct a FREE MAJESTIC SOUVENl havo 1'ostni G. Halo was In Paducnh on busD. Sco our advertisement in this is iness tho first of tho week. sue. Hickman Hardware Co. tai,htfr 1 Miss Knto Mayca Chownlng, only of It. M. Chownlng, preal-ti- t 1 of the first National Hank, and f.rmcr mayor of Fulton, was married Iriday night to John M. Culver, kookkocpor and assistant manager of Uio Fulton Electric Light and Tower Company. Tho young couplo ipwl to Union City, Tenn., In an nj'omobllo and woro married by Itov. J 11 Stewart pastor of the First Christian church. PROGRESS. The case or A D. Cooke vs. II. G. Hale and J W. Ward, now on trial in the Moral court at Paducab, is proving n puzle A decision Is expected today Every Inch or the ground U being contested. Tho suit gTew out or tho alleged obtaining under laUe pretenses, or $8,000. which, Uio plaintiff says, was paid for supposedly ash timber land In the Itovlfoot Iako district. According to the petition, the defendants stated thorc wore 2,000,000 feet or ash upon the tract. However both Ward and Hale denied having mado this Atntomont before the sale of the timber. In edition to suing for the return or Uio 18.000, the plaintiff also nsks for $4000 damages, which he said wns Incurred as a result or false representations Before closlngthe salo or tho timber, tho plain tiff sent two Inspectors to the scene to InvesUgato the valuo of it. Ac cording to the testimony of one of Uio defendCooke representatives, the ants exhibited Umber which was not on Uio tract proposed for sale This was denied by tho defendants, who had charge or tho inspection tours. Tho plaintiff was told before the deal Mrs. Blanche I. Kennedy, of SL was mado that defendants could not Louis, visited her parents, F. E. Case show thorn ono lino until a survey and wife tho latter part or last week. was mado. A total of 22 witnesses That's what What a dlfrerence. wore heard. your wire will say when you put on a "Schwab" Suit or Overcoat. Liebo LVlll CITiEV Pui.t l.vnm raclftunm vltz. and lot 60x150, with privilege or buySplendid T. S. Hamilton, mechanical enginetti ing three tdjolnlng lots. garden spot, good cistern ana otner for the Mengel Box Company, arrived Improvements. Close to college and hero on Wednesday on business with In good neighborhood. No long talk this plant. necessary can bo bought for $00; I will receive another shipment of not a cont less. Call nt this office that tine cooking coal this week. If Intorosted. Better get your order in now If you Wo nro prepared to supply you with tho things to mnke you bo called n full dress man. See our lino of FULLDRESS SHIRTS. COLLARS and TIES when In tho need. II. E. CURLIN Houso of Quality. A. R. and L. A. Stono were called to Milan. Tenn.. this week on account of tho illness of their father Mrs. W. A. Nnylor has boon tho L. L. Shadoln and C. S. Kirk, were guest of Cayco relatives this week. hero Tuesday to organize an insUtuto Uio rarmers or Fulton county, but "Schwab" $15.00 special suits ore for with the exception or effecting an extordlnnry big values. Liebovltz. organizaUon with Uio orricers elected J W Rogers nnd wife- spent Mon absent, the lnstituto waB a complete day with Mrs. Roy Clark near Stato failure. To comply "with tho law( so they Line say, officers were selected and a perMrs. P. W. McKeel, of Mnyflold, Is manent organization efrected. Judge tho guest of her sister, Mrs. D. B. W. A. Naylor was selected tempoWilson. rary chairman and County Atty. J. Georgo Threldkeld, of State W. Roney temporary secretary. The Mrs. Line, was in town shopping Wed- following were elected orricers of tho permanent organizaUon: nesday. D. B. Wilson, Chairman. Mrs. E. B. Prathcr entertained a few Julian Choate, 1st Vice President. friends on Tuesday evening informall C. T. Bondurnnt, 2nd Vice Presi at bridge. dent. S. L. Dodds, Secretary. Mrs. Lamb Shaw and daughter, It. E. Kelley, of Fulton, was seMiss Leila, visited here Tuesday nnd lected to attend the State Institute shopped. to be held in Frankfort some tlmo in J. A. Walker, a well known citizen January. Wo do not pretend to bo ablo to of Clinton, died Friday. He was 0 state positively whose fault it Is, nor years old. how the situation could have been Capt. Koger, wife and daughter, or bettered, but the meeting should have I'aducah, arc tbo guests or R. M. been attended by more farmers than lsler and family. can accommodate and the court-roomany Mrs. Mary Shaw and Mrs. Mill which should have produced benefits to the agricultural interests Shaw, or State Line, wero here of this county. It was farce, pure and Tuesday shopping. simple. Certainly the importance of FOR SALE AT ONCE One million this work jusUfles moro attention to oxtra fine cypress shingles. C. M. tho preliminary arrangements than Yates Shingle Co. The has been given In the county. rarmers and others should awaken Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Wade hnvo to a realization- - of the posslblliUes returned to Macon, Miss., after a vis- of this Institute, domand that they It to S. L. Dodds and family. bo sent directors and lecturers that Schwab Suits are doubly guarantee are expert in their various lines, and to bo all wool and to wear to your then attend and take active part in saUsfaction. See them at Liebovltz. the session. Archibald M. DeBow, one of our most highly respected citizens and oldest business men, died at bis home In this city at 2:30 this morning after a lingering illness. Deceased was 67 years old and had spent most of his lire in this city. He was one or Uio valiant defenders of the Lost Cause, and leaves behind him an umblemlshcd career. Funeral services will be held tomorrow (Friday) morning at 10 o'clock. sue. 21 Further particulars YEARS IN In our next is- PEN. The appellate court Wednesday upheld tho Fulton circuit court In Uio case of Tom Porter, sontenced to 21 years' imprisonment for the killing of bis Jack Wright, following a quarrel with Porter's mother. step-rathe- KY. CLUB MEMBERS. Members or the Kentucky Club aro hereby notiried that a special meeting will be held Monday oveing at tho club rooms and all members aro urged to be present. Important business. C. L. WALKER, Pres. CARD OF THANKS. I wish to thank my good friends for their kindness shown mo through the illness and death of my brother. May God's richest blessings be with them all. MRS. .J. R. WEATHERLY REAL ESTATE Deeds Recorded with County Clerk During Past Week. wont It. A. A. Farls. taste who want to bo better dressed for less money can Men of good do so by buying "Schwabs" teed clothes at Liebovltz. guaran Mos-domeAm-ber- Rev. Horace Slbercll went to Cairo Wednesdny on the Str. Wonona. Rev. Slbercll has tho distinction or being tho new boat line's rirst passenger Miss Carrlo Norman, or Fulton, and rrom Hickman. County Clerk Kemp, or Clinton, were married nt Martin. Tuesday. Mrs. R. R. Burnett, who is in the in Miss Myrtle Walker is the guest firmary In Nashville, is reported muck Improved but will not be homo for or Misses Berry at Woodland Mills two or threo weeks yet. The only thing high about Schwab You get w hnt you pay for when you dothes is the quality. Liebovltz. trade with us. Wo don't sell you ono grade or shingles nnd deliver another. C. M. Yates Shingle Co. T. J. Fletcher to Sallle Williams, lot In West Hickman, $500. A. F. Oliver to E. P. Wright, lot In Old Hickmanf $1,400. W. L. Elllott'to O. B. Williams, VITAL STATISTICS. land $1 and other considerations. Births and Deaths Reported to J. D. Peeples to W. B. Jones, Jr., Registrar During Past week. lot In Fulton $935. Levi Johnson to Gus Moore lot in West Hickman, $825. Births. Lucy Tucker to S. Cohn, lot in To Moso Barkett and wifo, Oct. 4, Fulton, $10, and other conslderaUons. a son. Kenneth Wallace to Steve Stahr, To Rev. H. J. Getger and wife, Oct 183 acres land, $2,000. . 1. a son. Richmond & Bond Co. to A. G. Kim To P. L. Lowery and wife, Sept. bro, lot in IUchmond &. Bond Add!-Uo- n 29, a girl. $470. To Rurus Robinson and wire, col., E F. Davis to O. T. Stafford, 100 Nov. 13, a girl. acres, $1850. Deaths, Mary Steel, col., age 18, Nov. 1C. Eggs aro retailing hero at 45c a Georgo Prltchert age CI, Nov. 16, dozen. tuberculosis. WEATHER: Rain today, colder at night; Friday unsotUed and colder. All Uio loading magazines at Fethe Report from Uio bedsldo of Gen. & French's. H. A. Tyler this morning states that Hickman Courier and Commercial-A- ho Is much improved. Miss Leonora Gardner, of Union Don't fall to see the Hickman Hard- City, and Capt. Campbell, of Memphis glass. will bo ware Company's display of cut married Dec. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Tobo Brnsfleld, of FOR SALE: Ten shares of BuildShuck Switch vicinity, wero in town ing & Loan stock. Series M 2 paying shopping Wednosdny. good dividend. Inquire this office. Capt. G. D. Gornett has resigned All my horse, mules, FOR SALE: cattle, milk cows, hogs, wagons and his position with the Mengel Box buggies at special prices. STEVE Company. He has been at Uio HuntSTAHR'. 4c. er Tract at Craigs Landing, Mo., ror tho past two or three months. A special meelng of Hickman ChapSen. McCreary will bo inaguarated ter No. 49 has been called to meet at tho Masonic Hall Thursday night, Governor or Kentucky on Dec. 12 The rest of tho stato officers elected Nov. 23, at 7:30. at tho last election will not bo inAn overcoat is your closest friend stalled until the first of January. now. A fine quality stylish friend Our big mill Is making 30,000 shincan bo bought at $7.50 to $16.00 at Liebovltz. Prices a great deal less gles a day. Wo have a million extra rine ones on hand. You will not bo than in other stores. disappointed when you come to our This paper will go to press ono day earlier next week In order to mill for shingles. Wo havo plenty "take Thanksgiving." Our advertis of all grades. C. M. Yates Shlnglo ers nnd correspondents will confer Co. a great favor by .getting their copy In as early as possible. A. S. Barkett and ramlly returned home last night rrom a 20 months I desire to thank my friends for visit with relatives in JudlUt, Mar-geothe lovely gifts which they so kind Turkey Syria, and a visit in ly gave me at tho shower at MrsS. tho Holy Land. They were occompa-nle- d L. Dodds on Monday afternoon, and homo by .Mr. Barkett's cousin I have taken thla method In thankRaschedo Barkett and wire and ing you. Mrs. W. J. Barry; Mrs. S. Miss Remzo Barkett who will spend Parker. a few weeks hero. The party was. the return trip. Ono We havo been rorced to raise the 45 days making to Mr. and Mrs. Barchild was born price of all coffee and our famous kett while they wero In Syria little Granger will now sell at 35c Instead Howard Sledo They were met by of 30c. It is Uio equal of any 45c cof-fe- e Wndler Barkett Saad Salamy and W. Is delighted to T sold In Hickman. Bettersworth & .get Sudberry thoA. S. little city la the back to best ' world. Prather, n. il tl 25. Ernest Hayden, son or Fred ... v'fiOTj &J&' :',. faili kj -. Hnv-de- n wldo-auak- e, VatfetfrtTB yJSPSv v and two cousins, O. H. and B. P. Hnyden, nro figuring on starting a meat market In West Hickman. The Methodist will have services the work on their church not being finished. Sunday School at 9: 45. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. All are Invited. In tho Court House Sunday, '?$' i2r J. Livery, sldo-boar- O. WEST hi ad Sals Stable. Mrs. Allco Amberg returned Friday rrom a weeks visit to Miss Ellen An derson at Covington Tenn. Miss El lon Anderson, well known to Hickman people, is suffering from 111 health. S. L. Dodds and wire and children. Will Baltzor and wife, Chas. Baltzor. wifo and Mrs. Ernest Johnson went to Reelfoot Lake Wednesday for a couple of days outing. Best in the city. Special.attention to trav eling Public. Good, honest and careful drivers. Tolopliono KTo. OS. .t- James Roney and wire, nnd Misses Bufle and Efflo Bruer spent Saturday near Jordan with Miss MInnto Bo wen where they went bird JC. - j.-- ' U F X ;' : : : : a VffM iftS I iUkr IWW k The courier s WccKly Sermon J 111 YJh.lT 11 SsSSiSS;'sUiiSS!-a- UluTnil T -- T ft S : ' VAVES AND BILLOWS ON THE ATLANTIC Thanksgiving "Bath in a new, handsome and sanitary tub. There is still time to install such a luxurious necessity if you order us to start at once. And how about the kitchen plumbing ? Sure the hot water boiler, traps, etc. are all right ? : : : Ky. Lump Coal niixviin A Ton When You Think of jTJJsT1 JTW7 i h V 4.50 Furniture Think of : : : : "As Well as Ever," Is Pastor Let me save you money on your coal. Montgomery The biggest and most varied line is now ready for your inspection. only enables men to sell I Russell's Message, On the Atlantic Rtturnlng From Molt Successful Lecturing Trip Abroad Gays That Church' Present Experience Are by Way of Preparation For Her Future Work. 19.-"A- STAHR STEVE PHONES DOTH the nnrrow way In which Jcsm and IIU faithful followers of the new creation uiut walk to ottnfcJ tho promHt ised glury. honor and Immortality Psild'a irlnU of faith and loyalty to God typed the fnlth and loyalty of Christ Jttn and the Church amid the trial that will como with tho end of the pi went night time, usher Ing In the Now Dny. In which Christ for the will reign In rlghU-ousntoverthrow of sin and death. They my rejoice In hope, knowing that all thing are working together for good to them, became they lore Uod au premely (ltomani vlll. 23.) "Weeping nia endure for n night hut Joy couieth xxx. f In the mornlt."-Vm- m Our Minion Now amf Then, Sin, the fall, degrndntloo mid nelflitli neM have hud the effect of hardening They are the Ueurt of innuklud atony heart ml by renxnii of the prev alem MjltWtin: the tenderhearted. who iou rurtuewuneKM, are bruised wouuded broken Thin U not lulurloiii IIih limien henried lire the more e remt 10 riiiHve ibe of God'a lori- - anil in i fry it is ul thl broken beiirieil eU thai the Lord I making u Hi Klixt ChHrrh "Come unto Me thai lalnir mimI ure heavy laden 11 nml I will rie vei rent ' & fur from It ihiiic thf wNhoii of the I'luirch to ry bri ,k iimhi lijrln It N the 11 u lln-lr"In Mini up the bro heart-breakinine-wig- i : : : : have ever shown Selling for cash : : : : : : Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. ATo. : : : ' Both Phones 73 ltjHl3Mtf s : jU. u. : tyler w MOTOR PUTS WIND TO WORK Englishman Finds Power for Generating Electricity That May Prove Substitute for Coal. elec-trlcl- ty ' Attorney-at-La- ; Wind power for generating has arrived on tho other side Will practice in all Courts jj 'of the ocean, an English Inventor get' 2; I; Ung ahead of our boasted Yankee Inof the State. genuity and finding a power that may prove a substitute for coal and gaso ' . line In many Instances, The wind motor promises to become a commcr- ; Office with clal, everyday fact much quicker than !; the sun motor upon which many ; Judge B. T. Davis American and other Inventors have expended bo many hours, months, and years In an effort to make It practical. J. O. Chllds is the name of the Englishman, and he Is constructing his giant wind motor for generating QUR TIME, electricity upon a farm at Wlllesden Green, not far from London. He expects to havo It In operation In a sjhI experience short time. Mr. Chllds' wind motor la like a giia tie priatiig gantic windmill In appearance, and It assises. works partly on the samo principle as the thousands of windmills we see on tho farms of the United States. Out It la a little different are m need of Warn The tower Is 100 feet high, and the lasngia this Ike wheel Is only 48 feet In diameter. The person would Immediately avernjge DON'T FORGET THIS Jump to the conclusion that a windmill of that size would tear things to pieces In an ordinary heavy wind. Mr. Chllds has met this difficulty by a novel dovioe. He has evolved a method of control so tnat the wheel Is ASK FOR RATES kept facing the wind as long as the "wind Is kind and gentle and doesn't I attempt any rough play. The mo- CHURCH jBT, PAUL'S EPISCOPAL rment, however, the wind gets strenuous tho automatle aoremor promptly Services: turns the wheel a quarter round, so Every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. that the wind strikes It on the ends Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday. Instead of In the face, a great deal leas resistance being offered. The mill Is so constructed that It W. J. McMURRY rwfll run In an extremely light wind, Attorny-at-Laand a specially WH dynamo will generate electricity while running at Office la LaCiede Building oa corner. a low speed. All of the heavy work Hickman, Ky. on the farm will bo performed by the electricity generated by the wind power, and In addition 300 lights will OR. E. M. CRUTCHF1ELD bo kept going. Dentist Mr. Chllds estimates that the cost of the electricity thus furnished, alDavklaoa'a old stand. Phone No. 2. lowing liberally for wear and tear, Hickman, Ky. 'will be one cent a unit 1 I ; and Notary Public ' ' j ' I ; ror m Sale Not as ever, thank God.' was Pastor 'VirV.-i- L Russell's message to tbu millions who rend Lid weeLly In the boo ular press. Ill (est was from Psalm illl, the words All thy waves nnd thy billows are IVJIV.y. JJ.UJJI.LLI gone over me." St Lavld spoke of tils own experiences. UU own tribulations, hut prophetically ho represented tho Mcsslnb-IIe- nd and uud Ilody-Je- sus Ills aiilutly few gathered during this Ago out of nil natlous. sects nnd par- ties-"t- he Church of tho First-bornWhoe namtN are written In heaven. Hebrews ill. 23 In Love Not In Anger. The Prophet's experiences wave after wave of trouble, disappointments, etc.-- he knew were not evidences of God'8 disfavor, but contrary wise proofs . ,. , .. ,, ., Ui HIP IHU) Vlll J I UIUVI B IU? UUU I.IB evidence that ho wn being taught of (Soil. In preparation for a work which he was to da lie was pursued by Soman's device nnd watt like an anti-lopIn the chime, famished for water "A the tiart panteth after the water brooks, so panteth my noul after thee, oh! God:" "Sly soul thlrsteth for God. for the living God. When shall I rotne and appear beforo Thee, oh God? When will my trials, my testing be tinlHbedr When nhall I bo received Into everlasting fellowship as the Son of the Highest," The people In general could not understand how Olrlno favor could be with otie so tempted, so tried, so beset by iierhcctitora, so maligned; as be aid. "Mine enemies npeak evil of me: ? When shall he dlo and hlo name If be como to me as a reporter, hi- - Nenkeih falsely; hla heart gather-et- h inlquliv to Itself: when bo goeth '.liP-m- l hitelieth It" "All that bate me n h - r together against me." For Less Money than credit houses, and you will save by trading here. I also carry a full line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. Come See the Goods iS ; The Everything You Want Grocery Snow Flake Flour. Best Meats in the city, fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. ..... i' n ket 1 'ihi w i ri. fin- Hijirli of ber r- ph preparaihimt win iioie the i fbureb'a future present por-i.ti- iHrlue providence ProtxiNThiM-e- i ein niih trials nnd tl I til nuiitx twitllHK wlih the waven of tr ilie niMt otrtaluliie Divine nmlsl in e to kurtiiiMtnl them, will all be valnHl'ie preimmtloni of the Chnrch fur fm tire work of glory Then an.- will be iterfe-with her Redeemer on Ills heavenly lhroti Uow tnilrh btr own prewnt cxperlearen will serve t make ihN riann nymiritbctlc nnd merciful priests of God luwurd men In the Age lo rome" (Kihenlans 11. 0, 71, none but God ran foretell. lu-- r - oifiiiiiil arc bclnn; Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74: - Business Directory Funeral HICKMAN FURNITURE O. 01 rectors and Embalmera. CURIOUS TRICYCLE IN 1889 Phoae 20 day or night. iflrst American Hickman, Ky. THE ELECTRIC STUDIO Everything In Photography Style, Quality and Prices Right Next to Frloo House WOOOLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. Electrlo Automobile Created Sensation on Its First Appearance In Boston. le This curious tricycle, propelled by two-poelectric motor at a speed of six miles an hour on the level, la believed to be the first successful a dairy In Tae only Fulton County. DON'T EXPERIMENT. You Will Make No Mistake If You Follow This Advise. I'uli ( ' Ith SL David wonld not be oier lie d Ills faith would outrldo tin -- ton'" lie would learn his Never neglect your kidneys. II, would tbut demonstrate bis fiiiilL til I11VHH7 ro God. If you havo pain In tho back, uriThe Greater David Beloved. nary disorders, dlxlness and nervous-nes- s Pastor Unwell declared the most lm It's time to act and no Umo to prt an feature of 81 David's career experiment. These are common symp imiktwI In the fact that he typified the toms of kidney troublo and you should The nnd Members. beck a remedy which Is recommendnnr.ie DnvUI signifies Beloved, and ipHKlnh is the beloved Son of God. lie ed for tho kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills Is tho remedy the Chief or Head over this house of n all nf whom are God's dear chll- - to use. It has cured many stubborn Jrun Iteliinii Thus tho prophecies of &&! In this vicinity. 'he future In which David figures Can Hickman residents demand furprominently are properly understood ther proof than tho following testi! refer in the great work of Mcs.slnh' KiPitiliim Hie Throne of David will ke monial? tl Throne of Mexslnh which will bo Mrs. J. L. Jones, N. eighth St, crttnlillxheil under I lie whole heavens. Mayflold, Ky eaya: "It was fivo Tin v ".en nnd IiIIIowh of trouble years ago that I first used Doan's which r"-'''- l ncr the Prophet David, Ktuney I'liis, and was cured of an t, (nun) ti" t iiil.i nnd dltllcultles of attack of kidney complaint which had annoyed mo for somo tlmo. Today 1 can state that during tho years which havo elapsed slnco this euro . was effected, thcro has been no recurrence of my troublo. Other mem-- , hers of our family havo also taken jDoan'a Kidney Pills wiUi gratifying If weak, you need Cardui, results. It Is with pleasure that I the woman's tonic. Cardui I confirm tho public satcment I gavo is made from gentle herbs, In 1903 In p raise of Doan'sKlney Pills, acts in a natural manner, for I Btlll hold a high opinion of and has no bad results, as thorn." some of the strong drugs For sale by all dealers. Prlco COc. Foster-MIlburCo., Buffalo, N. Y., sometimes used. As a medsolo agents for tho United States. icine a tonic for weak, Heniember tho name Doan's and tired, worn-o- ut women, tako no other. Cardui has been popular IVriitn .! 7 .i'-lea--o- n 1 wszs HICKMAN MARBLE TOM DILLON, HufCfiwr to II, WORKS l4 KHTAllI 1HHKH Sr., Prop. O, lumma,(lperMli Marble and Granite H iSL'jLJ saBaafasiaR asiK Monuments CURDING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky aw vrwrvlr' kD Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY niitKUTOIlH It. M. IHI.KK U. T. DAVIH Women! 1 Dr.J.M. IIUI1I1AIU) 'OKO. II.THHKMCKM) J.J.O. IIOSntlltANT IlKNUY HANOKK T.A.I.KDFOItl) n We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS - a success for over 50 years. J. J. CI. u. llfl.SliVHANT, Prealdoni II. O IIAMAC1K, Rough Lumber for Sale. "i)imengion Stuff cut to order on Short Notice. Mill located on Dresden Road Ai.1 J. a. THOMPSON. Clnahler Cnililor l '. E57 First Amerloan Electrlo Automobile electrlo automobile mado In America, Bays tho Popular Mechanics. In 1889, Just 22 years ago, it created a mild sensation when It appeared on the new concrete paving of a Boston street for its first tests. The mo--' stor-chine was operated by a age battery, and weighed complete about 800 pounds. nix-co- ll Take ! CA The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Lula Walden, of Gramlm, S. C, followed this advice. Read her letter: "I was so weak, when I first began to take Cardui, that it tired me to walk Just a little. Now, I can do all the general housework, for a family of 9." Try Cardui for your troubles. It may be the very remedy you need. miles east of Hickman. 2 If you are in need of anything in this line, see Dr. J. M. HUBBARD 1- -2 Qood 8aleiman. "That man Scllcm of ours," said the first publisher, "Is a pusher." "So I havo heard," answered the second publisher. "Yes. Why, last week Pole Hunter, the arctic explorer, came In to buy a small library for the uso of his crew on his next voyage north, and Sellem got him to take ten copies of 'How to Keep Cool,' 'Home Medicines for Summer Troubles' and four volumes or statistics on the average rainfall In tho south." Negro Oraveyard on Fire. Winchester, Va. Terrlllcd negreis-e- s ran pellmell shouting "Judgment day Is here!" when fire was dlscov-ere- d In tho Orrlck cemetery, In which hundreds of colored ,coDle are bnriBi A lot owner hnd gone there to burn dry grass on his lot, nnd the fire made rapid headway, enveloping the entire cemetery in flames in a short time T LAUNDRY -- AT Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon t Cleaners and pressors for particular people. White Bros. Phono 195. Way ot at tfe mm daatleea coal Cor cook-laA. A. IfcrW fca (fee real article .wtee. c. 1 iiet TEJlVej MMe)eVM to Betteraworth I GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore B33ST i j Put a porouB plaster on tho chest an. nko a good cough syrup Internally if you would treat a so vera i! case of soro lungs properly. Got tho o dollar Blso BALLAIID'S HOItEHQUN SYRUP. With each bottle there h 4 n freo HBRRICKS' RED PEPPER POROUS PLASTER for tho chest Sold by Hickman Drug Co, ! 1 Try Oiu FRESH MEATS- - o. xx. MoortB Phono !! uwi nuin kunui nuw ' 4 '' 44e4eeeeeeeeeeeeeey4'' fMUtsilkt Moving Pictures Saturday night. A satisfied customer Is our host al Binger Sowing Machlno offlco at vortlsoment. We can sntUfy you. E. 0. Rico Shoo Store , White Bros. Phone 195. WXTTyF W."'.1 !1ULrTP? .TWH ' -- : SECTION- - 1 This Paper Always Stops. lieve In forcing n per on nnyone. fa you do not want to nils a ropy, keep tlio uhacrlp-tlo- n pnld up. A notice of expiration Is given I) ere 16 days olund with when your time li out. we dont be- $1 per Year Advance ocrptlom elr In No n .a B inrulc. 'J"ly li wrrk-iurIt enough. riit-itmrnijr yrars mi". . (o OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY , imr. Sonwnlj i poor totixiiiil iwr n , the t nimitiiit fur n Hint lUri county Mid Local News Volume 52 THE HICKMAN eeURIER. HICKMAN. KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1911 Number 22 A Blue Mark PROSPECTS FOR 1912. UiunUug Arizona and N ow Mox-.c- o there w 111 bo 631 votes lit tho college- which will elect tho vt cduit of ttio Uiiltid States In ijl. According to tho usual method u usurlng, It la afo to count m.ly Democratic Uio following u Alabama 12, Arkansas 9, ai b t.iida C, Georgia 14. Konlucy 13, ,x . .una 10, Maryland 8, Mlsslwilppl ,i Missouri 18, North Carolina 12, i. uUuwa 10, South Carolluft 9, Tu 12, Toia 20, Virginia 12, toi.. $1,000 FOR 30 EAR8 OF CORN. ,.! . that bavo utrong Democratic i.r and may bo reasonably doin u. a on aro. Colorado C, Arizona . , m Mexico 3, total 12. This give Dtuiocrallc atrcngtb of 187, -i from tho . ... i.g J 9 to bo obtained Wv- uwng out all other nUtoi that LKinocrntlc In 1910 uo find 3 mat wilt glvo tho DemocruUo l, j jaiM Uio nucessary otes. They i Vw York. 45, Ohio 24, Indiana ..ul 4 arund total 271. i mKt the now apportionment il w mjairo 2C6 electoral tol to o-.. tnww flguruK show a ufo nut- j i t . Jul state. wsBtiK-- ri iV .7x17 "T V"i II JL- - m 1V1 irSSr jiKf, on Uio otbor band, tho ...... tatic party ithould decide to i. . .i ,.,j a;, .. . i . . Kansas 10, Nebraska 8, Cal- li, Montana i. North Dakota uiit Dakota b, Oregon 5, Wyoia -- t.i) us fight for the v.oiL ll would to carry Wisconsin 13, Now York, Nov. 11. For growing tho boat thirty care of corn exhibited from any part of tho United States, W. H. Dorln, of Clover. Va., has been awarded tho 1,000 silver cup offored by tie International Harvester Company at the American Land and Irrigation Exposition, now in progress at Madison Square Garden. Mr. Dorln plowed his land ten inches and subsollcd twelve inches more. Ho used 200 pounds of phosphate, his only fertilizer outside of clover turned under. His seed was carefully selected from an acre on which he mado a splendid yield la 1910 and the corn which took-- tho prize wns from an aero cultivated un der tho methods of the United States farm demonstration bureau, tho yield from tho acre being 137 bushels. Tho soil Is the ordinary typo of southern Virginia, a gray sandy loam eight inches deep, with a good clay subsoil. Mr. Dorln's success shows what can be accomplished on southern land and is the more remarkable since ho is a former resident of a Michigan city and knew pracUcally nothing farming until six years ago, when be purchased 661 acres in Hall-fa- x county, Va., paying $8 per acre. ut total u 79. Y ,u Ui a., Hi. ii u- u, i txoeptiou of South Dako- c bnto Republican govern- do not cou- A..U itio Democrat iiu congressional delegation in fcii mate. OU'RE going to give thanks next week for a lot of good things you enjoy and possess. You probably don't realize all of Prather em; it pays to think it over a httie. . . .1 1 1 Could, of 1'llUlleld N. H. a., good hoalth by taking Kloo- i uera,ftho nowadrUootborvut-- i oery where, to Uka thorn. ar I suffered with stomach iv. ..a k.Ji.iy trouble," aho write uiidicltie I tuod failed till I ctric Hitlers. Hut this groat ondorfully." i uio u, - , ii help any woman. They're ho - a.c and finest (Ivor and kidney. . j ttials made. Try them. You'll . t"C at Helm & Klllaoa. . li the World Crowing Better! co to prove that it U. .i y tiling ... way Uiuusanda aro trying to help Among thorn It ura. a . proof -- Hart Schaffner as-thei- &. Marx r 4 ' ;ui clothes are something to be thankful for; clothes honestly made, by people who; consider your interests and benefit as well r own profits; clothesimade.toserve the wearer. We're glad to sell them; and we're thankful for them ourselves. You might be thankful to us, too, for having such a stock as this for you to draw on. It's a bountiful feast of good things we've spread here for you; suits and overcoats; shirts and neckwear; hosiery and gloves; sweaters and fancy waistcoats; all the large and small things to wear that you want. Dr. D. J. Prather, for somo time lo cated In Union City and later at Woodland, is now connected tvlth the Marine Hospital at Detroit, Mich. Dr. stood a competitive examination some time ago for this place and passed with very high marks. Ills appointment came a short time ago as a result of the examination, and he Is now in tho institution attending to his patients. Dr, Prather asks us to forward him the Friday morning "Complaint," that he wanted to keep In touch with the world, and wo have Instructed our Subscription Department M to enroll his name.; Union City Commemclal. The Courier wishes to correct an error in reporting tho county court news in last week's paper wherein It stated that "Robblns & Thomas wero paid $5000 a an attorney feo In tho compromise of suit of A. M. Tyler vs. H. C. Helm admr," when It should havo read "Robblns & Thorn as wero paid $5000 as an attorney feo for tho propoundors of tho will of R. T Tyler," as this suit was not compromised, but tho case was settled upon tho verdict of a Jury in tho Circuit Court. '.: a m ' Larl Smith loft Saturday morn-fji- Madltoncillo, Ky. to Join her d They will make Uiolr homo at iiiy. Wc oarncttly solicit a sharo of r tuiincss on a guarantee of sat-f- u ' on White Ilros, l'hone 195. Suits $20 to $25 Overcoats $ 8 to $25 1 Other makes $8 to $ 6.50 1 SMITH & AMBERG This Store is the Home of Mart Schaffner & Marx Clothes BUY GOVERNMENT BONDS Style N.. 11C Eld. W. Hallidny Trice, of Union City, Tonn will preach at the Court House in Hickman next Sunday evening at 2:30, also at 7 o'clock at night. Subject for tho evening sermon "Treasure in Earthen Vsssels." For the night sermon, "The Body and tho members." Elder Trice will bo remembered as having held tho tent meeting in East Hickman lost summer. Everybody cordially invited MARRIAGE To have Patrons of Postal Savings bank that Privilege Jan. 1. O LICENSE8 Granted In Obion County, Since Our Last Issue. TPOLITICAL CYCLONE Clyde H. Tavener, Friends Galore inal style. This Model Has hy ? Because it fairly sparkles with orig- Smooth chrome-tanne- d finish calf- Through an order issued by tho Postmaster Ooneral, patrons of tho postal savings bank aftor January 1 next will hao an opportunity of contorting tholr savings Into United States Government bonds. Tho bonds nro In denominations of $20, 100 and 1500 nml bear interna at tho rato of 214 per cont por Thoy yenr, paynblo semiannual. enn bo redoemed ono year aftor dato of i8uo If tho Government so de sires. skin vamp, with dull calfskin top. Classy shape. High heel and toe. Latest thing in perforations. Typically Crossett in looks, quality and comfort. Crossett nop WtoSCetciywhere uisACroisett.lncJlaker I North Abinjton.Msn. In order to escnpo litigation In Kentucky and tho payments of fines and court costs to court officers tho Inter national Harvester Company has transferred it goncrnl agency and distributing warehouse for tho south from Ixiulsvlllo to Now Albany. Tho removal of tho company from this stato was announced officially In a letter to tho trndo sent out by James Gardner, representative of tho com pany In this part of tho country. It la being whispered on the quiet that an attempt will soon bo mado to tako a voto on local option in tho First Ward of tho city of Mayflold. J Stakes Lies (d5Vj - - Tho rural schools having tho most regular attendanco during tho second month wero as follows: Hazel Dell 89 nor cont: Liberty SO per cent; Cay- co 87 per cont; Palestine 87 per cent. sent out to Republicans only, and nlnty soven answers wero received. Some of tho questions askd and the answers received nro as follows: "If Taft should bo nominated will you support him? Yes, 21; no, CI, blnnk, 12. h "Do you approve of tho A Burglar's Awful Deed. bill? Yes, 12, no, 85. may not paralyro a homo so com"Do you approve of Taft's action pletely as a mother's long Illness. Hut Dr. King's New Llfo Pills aro a In the D.tlllngcr matter? Yes, 2; no, iinlnndlit romedv for women. "They 91. gavo mo wonderful benefit In consti pation nnd fomalo trouble," wrote Airs "Do you approve tho attack on Dr. M. C. Dunlap. of Leadlll. Tenn. If Wiley? Yes, 3; not 81. ailing try them. 25c at Helm & El "Do you approve of Taft's voto of llscn. tho woolen schedulo as passed by tho last Congress? Yes, 18; no, 70. Investigation by tho state's attor"Do you believe tho Taft adminis ney of tho management of tho Mor- tration fnvors Uio farmers and labormon church of Chicago is likely to ers or the trust? Farmers, G; trusts, follow admission by two missionaries 58." that they wero Instructed to foroo their way Into homos If necessary to They testified that At tho general convention of tho get converts. thoro wero 200 Mormon missionaries United Daughters of tho Confederacy, at work n tho United States, eigh held in Richmond, Vn., Mrs. Roy Mc- teen of them being in Chicago. They Kinney, of Paducah, was elected rec Mrs, McKln-no- y received orders to forco their way ord secretary general. Is a dnughter of tho lato Dr. Farla Into homes to got convorts if necesof Hickman. sary. Payno-Al-drlc- Dryant and Ethel Nevols. Will Chambers and LUllo Harp. Trig llowdon and IJottio Sharp. Jobo lVyor and I'oarl Dodson A. C. Fields nnd Vita Suo Foster. Frank Woods and Ulrdio Kthrldge Ivlo Shorfflold and Annlo Tausll. Gord Jackson nnd Lottlo Clapp. Alt Copolaml nnd Mary Taylor. T. C. Vnughn nnd Vlda Grubbs. Vndry High nnd Huth Dovo. They wero A canvass of Green county, Iowa, In flno vigorous condition. Prlco 50c. located at Wynne Ark. formerly residents of this city. rondo by mall, may bo accepted as a So'd by Hickman Drug Co. thormomoter showing how tho political wind Is blowing in that section. Ono hundred nnd twenty letters were ? Save from one to two dollars a Irrcculnr bowel movement lend to thousand on your shingles by buying the Famous chronic constipation and a constlpato direct from mill. C. M. Yates Shingl nam mis me system wun impuruios. Co. Political Writes, Says: HERDINE Is a great bowel regulator. It purities the system, vitalizes tho John A. Cotton and family havo puts blood digestive organs and the S tmjmmm .- - knit underwear you buy for fall and winter must It possible for you to wear the prevailing fashions In outer dress with grace and at tho samo time give you the necessary comfort and warmth. THE ATHENA UNDERWEAR For JVomcn, Misses and Children and shaped perfectly. It fits easily, yet snugly to the figure without wrinkling under the corset. It Is designed to meet all fashion requirements to give comfort without bulk daintiness with wcarability. Made in shapes and fabrics to suit the personal tastes of every woman. At the price you usually pay. Athena underwear for children is specially dcslgscd to fit the body of the growing child. It gives comfort nnd wear Is sized m Smith & Amberg Regular services at the Presby FOR SALE or oxchango for No. 1 Shingles, S1.26 a thousand milk cow, a now top buggy in first terian church Sunday morning and Cypress evening. Rev. Stockton, minister. vlaw condition. J. M. LINN. at mUU- -O. U. YatM Shlaik Co. IfOy SSl Smith & Amberg" I III! I riJ 1 II CT lllll II I1 J.lHltlJl UUUg! vrnfll- 's'lJ't fn F. E. CASE & SON Has a full line of FRESH CANNED GOODS Both Foreign and Domestic Washington Grip Flakes Cream of Wheat Rolled Oats and Postum All New Goods. Fruits, Apples, Oranges Pecans, Malaga Grapes And Bananas Will be glad to have a part of your trade. Phono 100 Ifiey live, always take precautions to only memories. Thanksgiving day Is a good doal of mo to It that when the last Thursday day in Washington, comos, turkey, cranberry a church-goinIn Novombor within the notwithstanding tho fact that tho holiand pie shall have a place day Is regarded largely, as It is In larder. fact, a Now England Institution. The Holiday at the Capital. president Is a Unitarian, but last Washington's natlvo population docs Thanksgiving day ho attonded a great not make as much or Thanksgiving: Thanksgiving service in St. Patricks day as It does of Christmas, for Catholic church, whore there wore or Christmas Is the great day In tho gathered all tho representatives outh and a large part of the capitala countries where tho Catholic religion eoum-ercity's population Is composed or prevails ana nenny an me reprebcn-tatlve- s people. It Is a general holiday, of the other countries as well however, and It Is marked In every Episcopalians, Methodists, Catholics, home by what the children of the Congregatlonallsts, Unitarians, Luthfamily call a "big dinner." Tho mar- erans, and all the rest hold Thankskets of tho city are filled with game, giving day morning service in tho and in fact, game In many households capital, and let it be said that whllo which can afford tho luxury, takes the tho holiday is In every respect one place of turkey surcharged with New Englandlsra tho I The cook at the White Houso ex- church attendance in this part of the cels at southern dishes. It Is a good country Is larger than It Is In many many years since a southerner sat places in tho land where Thanksgiving In the chief chair of state, but north- was Instituted. Tho southern and people are greator erners coming to Washington to live always have a first deslro to tasto churchgoora than are those of the the famed cooking of tho south. So north. It Is that whether Ohio or Now York, Soon Learn to Cook Turkey. or Indiana or any other state north Some of the foreign ambassadors of tho lino Is represented In tho White and ministers bring tholr own chief Houso a goodly share of tho dishes coks to Washington with them, and ono of tho first lessons which tho kitchen artist muBt learn Is how to cook turkey in American fashion. A Washington story Is that President Arthur once broko a Whlto Houso rule and dined with a European mlnlst ter who happened to be an Intlmato personal frlond, on Thanksgiving day Mr. Arthur told his host that the turkey tasted as If it had been cooked In the kitchen of a New England housowifo of unmixed Plymouth do-semi-souther- n Good... Furniture Nothing adds more to the comforts of home than good furniture, and that's 1 f Vn the kind we sell. Our methods of ing business have been tested and proved by economical buyers. doap- 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. h JlQark Edward l ii ii .- - 4 r RESIDENT TAFT'S method of celebration of Thanksgiving Day is In keeping with the traditions of his New England ancestors. substantial The which find Thanks- giving Day place on the president's table are New England products. Shode Island turkey. Cape Cod cranberries, and Massachusetts pumpkin pie, three absolutely necessary of the holiday's keeping, form ii part, perhaps the chief part, of the president's feast day'a provender. The president has eaten many .Thanksgiving dinners In Ohio, at least Itwo In the Philippine and If memory jtc not at fault, he ate one In Cuba. He never has missed his turkey, for fee It known that persons of New Jtngland ancestery. no matter where ad-Jn- ct St Louis Furnishing INCOHPOllATEI) Co, BOTH RHONES 84 President Taft Likes His Game of Golf. Holiday) nrenared for the three dally meals have tho flavoring of Virginia, South ' Carolina, and Louisiana. Out on Thanksgiving day everything but food and cookery which have the savory essence of New England in them, is put under the ban and the president and family eat what the Puritan fath Chief Executive Has Eaten Thanktglv Ing Dinner In the Philippines. ers ate In the days which now are ' IWf JPlv , Prompt Service in our Undertaking Department scent lie was told that It was coo net. by a man who had come from Austria within throe months and that he had never cooked a turkey before In his life. This story Is told in Washington as an example of tho adaptability of foreigners to America's ways, even to the ways of the kitchen. Thero aro comparatively few senators and representatives In Washington, although the opening of congress is but a few days in tho future. The home instinct is strong at Tbanksgiv-in- g time and It keeps most of tho national legislators away from tho capital at this early holiday soason. The Now England states are represented in the departments of Washington in the ranks of the clerks Just as numerously as other states are represented. New Englanders always go home to spend Thanksgiving day, If they have the money, and If father and mother, or cither, or brothers and sisters are o living in the old homestead to the old Thanksgiving day dinner and to welcomo the wanderer. Presidential Oame of Qolf. Prosldcnt Taft likes his holiday gamo of golf, and his Thanksgiving day appetlto Is whotted by a Journey over the links in company with Secre tary of Stato Knox, nrigadlor General Clarence It. Edwards, or some other official golfer of renown. Prom tho golf links tho president, if ho looks far off across the Potomac, can get an occasional glimpse of the redcoated members of ono of tho great Potomac bunting clubs. Thanksgiving day in Washington is marked as the day of tho openlg of the foxhunting season in Virginia, which Ilea Just over tho river. Virginians still follow Tho tho fox, and the ranks of tho natives bavo been augmented in rocent ycara by northerners who have como south to make their winter homos. Along tho Potomao westward and a llttlo northward from Washington a good many "great houses" are In process of erection. They lack tho ago and of tho residences of Virginia and it may bo that tho natlvo born ones resent somowhat this intrusion of tho wealth of tho north, wealth accompanied aa it Is frequently by an ostontatalon that Is nothing short of vulgar. Tho now rich element, however, which Is erecting homes In Virginia, Is confining itself largely to tho section of the Old Dominion near tho capital and thero it does not intrude to nny considerable extent upon tho rolgn of tho old families who have lived in tho stato themselves and through their ancestry for hundreds of years. pre-parold-tlmold-tlm- o tlmo-honore- d MADE FIRST TRIP. Sude M. Naifeh s Store Great Bargains for This Week In St. Louis All Last Week was very fortunate in buying a large stock of goods at sale prices. It being so late in the season the wholsalers were offering some great bargains. I Through tho courtesy of Agent Johnson and Asst. Supt. lloyor, of tho N C A 31 I,., n party of Hickman-lies- , Including a Courier roporter wn taken around the belt line Monda) afternoon, and met at the Hickman Junction with an engine and com-nnd brought back to town. Tho occasion was the first trip of a pAasenger train over the new line, nnd will be used from now- on by alt day trains. Ttio night trains will bo taken out tho old way until the get used to tho now track Eory passetigor train will mako three slot on tho lino, as follows. West Hickman, to let off and receive nassonger nnd baggagu at the C , M. & O. depot, crossing C. M. & O. main lino and East Hickman. A station house will bo built In East Hickman for tho nccomuiodatlon of at tho corner of tho Industrial lmguo grounds. In tho opinion of many the new lino was not built too soon as thero Is no telling nt what time tho Mississippi will take n sudden notion to take in a portion or all tho old Enough money has been spent on tho piece of trnck that Is h right-of-way I I3UY -J- .. CAKL) OTO- I Cowgill's Drug Store for your Winter Medic in's ly Many a cold and if sickness has been av . having just the needed ren' on your medicine shelf at ' beginning of winter. Nor" for Coughs, Colds, Influc n Grippe and many other rr. Hit if you have ui supply ' medicine shelf. -- " Huijler's Candy For sale at Cowgill's Drug Store shortly to bo abandoned In t ten yenrs to have paid for t CAR LOAD OF DRY GOODS bought at cut prices and will be sold at special prices. Come to Sude M. Naifeh's store and do your shopping as we are positive we can give you the best goods in our line at lower prices than the other fellow. If you want to buy the right goods, exactly what you want and save money, do your shopping here Si 4- t. tnck. Tho people of East and Wc ' man will benefit by tho cha , reason of tho trnlna stopping colvo nnd dlschargo passongr LYRIC THEATRE Books Some Qood Shows. More Good Ones to Follow. J)oubfrProtecwn --- Nov. 28. Deo.. Jan. Jan. Jan. 13-1- S- ON THE CORNER UVL". NAIFEH ON THE CORNER "The Dry Goods Man." Jf Fire departments are necessary and 13. "Thelma." ....ww.. F.uHcriy, uui inoy cannot "Yankoo Doodlo S'k be relied upon always. Although they Co." may put out the fire, water ma v dn C. "Weary Wllllo Wnlkc" at much damage as the flro. Fire Fob. Fob. 29. "Human Hcnra." Insurance protects vou amlm m March 19. "Tho Olrl & tho Tr anp lost by fire as well mm thn ! t.u March 20. "The Thlof." water damage. A fire Insurance pol Elmer Keller of near Jordan, has Icy In a reliable company with a rep. utatlon for fair dealing and prompt- enlisted In tho U. 8. army. Oak Dalo school houso, In tho Jof ne ii your nest protection. We rep don vlclnltv. waa lifted from !' I hava a thoroughbred Jersnv Bull resent only such companies. foundation and blown a few feet which I stand at one dollar. M. A. Nov. 1D "ovor" by H. C. HELM, Agent Tho buildingtho storm of uninjured- McDANIEL. 3tD was otherwise 29. 3. "A Bacholor's Honcyr.oos" "Tho Olrl nnd tho K "Th,o Bolchor WrlK't "Peck's Had Doy " " r1 jrz jiK' . - im J . 'POPULAR BREED OF CHICKENS, They Now Rival Plymouth Rooks and Wyandotlea They Are Hardy and Qood Winter Layer. mm AND 8PECIAL CLUB RATE8. There nro two varieties of this brrod, Single Comb and nose Comb. As compared, with the Plymouth Rocks and Wyandottos they aro longccjn appearance and not so massive They were originated by tho farmers of the HANDY FOR FILLING BOTTLE state of Rhode Island and are very popular In that state. Thoy have also Apparatus Pumps Liquid Into Them and Oas Doea Not Escape Avoids Certain Amount of Waste. 1 tt(MNI(J .fir The Old Cabinet Maker says: That you can add to the looks or an ro )m 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 Very many people who are fond of good wlno will nppreclato tho value of the Invention of a Gorman for filling bottles. The dealers will bo grateful becauso It enables thorn to fill bottles more rapidly and without waste, and tho consumers will rejoice that the $rU&sam&tj$ Rhode Island Red. PT7...I i.. your home. All good values and very especially priced, as we realize how badly you need them. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCORPOIUTTD During warm weather thoy are moro given to Incubating than the two breeds mentlonod above The stand ard nolchts of this breed are: Cock birds, 8H pounds; cockerels, 74 pounds; hens, 6V4 pounds, and pullets 6 pounds. grown In popularity In this country to Mich an extent that they now rival tho IM) mouth Rocks and tbo Wyandottea. Ttioy are hardy, good winter layers and fair summer layers. In color they are a rich, bright red, with block tails and more or less black In the wings. Phono VEGETABLES Tho Courier can savo you money on your nowspspois nnd magazines. PRODUCE Hero aro n few of tho old regulars: C. II. MOORE FRUITS Tho Hickman Courier nnd tho Weekly Commercial Appeal, both ono year, J1.2C. Tho Hickman Courier and Twlco-a-wee- k o. St. Louis Itcpubllc, both ono year, 1.40. Tho Hickman ourlor and St. Louis Veterinary Surgeon t, Weekly both ono year, S1.B0. Graduate of Chicago Vet. Tho Hickman Courier and Weekly College 1893. Courier Journal, both ouo year, J1.G0. Office nt Stcvo Stohr's Livery Barn This is only a partial list of tho papers with which wo club. Wo have BOTH PHONES Just Issued a 20 pago catalogue giving tho rates on over a 1,000 other Residence Phone, Cumb. 194 periodicals. If you have not received ono of theao catalogues, call nt tho Calls promptly answered night or otflco or a postal card with your day. Satisfaction guaranteed. name nnd address will bring you ouo. 1911-1o Ask for tho Courier's and newspaper club catalogue Its free. Tax Notice. After all, engraved calling cards mako tho most acceptable of all Inexpensive gifts. Pay your State, County and School See samples and get prices at Courier office. taxes now ad save costs ot collec tion. Winter Is almost here. Phone 195 Goalder Johnson. and wo will call for your winter cloth Sheriff, Fulton County ing and put them In first class shape. Whim Dios. Phono 19S. I dr. i lokghecieb Globo-Dcmocrn- 2 mag-nzln- For Filling Bottles. liquid comes to them In tho same condition that It la In the keg. The ap- -. paratus consists of a pump arrangement tho bottom end of the pipe of which fits Into the bungbole of the UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office CONCRETE NESTG FOR HENS Can De Used as Shelter S HINGLES AT MILL PRICES 3VI I, for Fowl While Hatching and for Little Chloka Afterward. MAXT33 THOEI ., IJPXjiaiHAKr'O rn.OIT'XT other things, a concern Jn making concrete bens' nesta one of which Is hero shown In active operation, says tho Popular Mechanics. Among; Iowa Is i'- - mg direct from the Mill- - I manufacture the beit shingles in the All are almost half an inch thick, ani guaranteed. nru4 KajawHr c BjBdMaajajBJ I Best Heart Shingles, per 1,000 " " Best Prime M " Economy -- $3.00 2.65 2.00 W . i, A Ltlm cask from which the bottles are to be filled. At tho top of the pipe Is a spigot, which fits Into the neck of a bottle. Tbo bottlo rests on a strong spring, which keeps It always closely pressed to tho spigot. In the middle of tho plpo Is a pump, and by working the handle of this air Is pumped Into the keg and the liquid Is forced Into the bottle. Wboro a bottle was filled from a cask by the crudo method ot letting tbo liquor run Into a funnel there was always a certain amount of waste. CUTS THE PAPER IT PRINTS HE rouNDAMPmr EVERY nATfTflOfir IS A BANK J Cop riulit IVOV, by C. L. Zimmerman Co. No. Mrttt 15 I New York Man Invents Maohlne That Performs Double Duty at Single Operation How Dona. ; r. in stock at at my place in West Hickman, or may be had at Mill at . Ky. Don't Place Your Order Until You See Me c. H. SMITH "" HICKMAN, KENTUCKY Recently there has come Into wallpaper fashion a typo of border that la cut along tho bottom to follow the BBBBBBBFaaaaaatfw'saneaBavnfPB! linos of tho design, usually vlnea I BBBBBaaBBBBBBBBaBKSBBBBBtt, PV leaves or the like. Against a plain I latawapaawaMewaWiaaapBsj--'Cv'wall paper such a border Is particularly effoctlre, as all who have seen, Concrete Nest for Hen. It can testify. At first this border The hen shown batched 15 chicks In had to be cut out after tho design the neat, and then used tt as a place was printed on the paper, but a New of shelter for hersolf and family at York man has Invented a machine; night and on stormy days. which does the printing and the cutting at tho samo operation. General ly speaking, the machine resembles; an ordinary press for printing wallpa- V O true happiness can ever come unless the fact of possible dependency has been entirely eliminated, and this can only be done by means of a bank account. You should acquire one, and once started you will be surprised how easily and rapidly it grows. N Poultry The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. w W?01NT fi.or.ir mt u cov vi.su.se r i T r.irs to no nisi A7J1 HITII . 1U1K r .ICCOlNTSi HICKMAN sol sit Msisrss ht sonar smilu COSUNVCC tii' r.. nnr oiii-rr.rr.K" baskmi Tii.tr is cosnti s ron 5 Fowls bnTO no sonse of smell They have nostrils, but no noses. An ointment of vaseline and sulphur 1s a good ono for scaly legs. Do not forget that grits and oyster 'shell artt as essential to fowls on llm. Jted range as food Itself. An eternal fight against llco and mites Is the only thing that means victory for tho poultryman. A broiler should have a good, plump breast, broad back, clean yellow legs and yellow skin, and small comb. Sour food should nover be allowed to remain In tho feeding pans from one meal to anothor. Sour feed Is dan. goroua. In raising little chicks they should ba given a variety of food that will holp build up the muscles and bona as welt as fat. In feedlug mash, giro an much va rlety an possible, always using raorni meal and bran, together with soma Cuta Paper It Prints. BANK' AND TRUST CO. CyW50.000OOy7Wk t3a5002g See Our Agent Saved Child From Death. hiul Buffered from sovoro bronchial trouble for a year," wrolo 0. T. Richardson, of Itlchnrd-san'- s Mills Ala., "wo feared It hod consumption. Wo tried many roino-dlo- n without avail, and doctor's medicine jccmcd as useless. Finally wo tried Dr. King's Now Discovery, and nro pleased to say that ono bottlo effected a comploto cure, nnd our child is again strong nnd healthy." For coughs, colds, hoarseness, lagrlpp asthma, croup and eoro lungs, Is tho moit infnlllblo remedy that's made. Prico COo nnd 11.00. Trial bottlo free. Guaranteed by Holm & Saad Salamy for high grade COAL OIL "After our child andMSOLINE Lowest prices and prompt delivery. Absolutely uniform. INDIAN REFINING CO. EVANSVILLE . -.-- Try our washod cooking coal. Uniform size lumps; no dust and dirt A. A. F&rU. klnd of cooked vegetable. Soparate tho smaller birds from the flock and feed thorn separately, tin this way thoy will not bo doprlved of their share ot the food. When the hen shows a pale head ,and Is sluggish. Indigestion Is nt fault. Unless too far gono, a chnngo to a ,gras8 run will be beneficial. Methods In all business mattorn Is, lone of the socrets of success. Evory poultry breeder should follow a method In the feeding and care of his birds. In killing and dressing poultry, hani dlo gently to avoid bruising. Discol oration quickly follows a bruise, and diminishes tho market value of the .property. Deans are highly nitrogenous and 'make an excellent food for the fowls, So also aro peas and will be roll lshod by tho chickens as a change In tbolr diet. A surplus rooster Is an expenslvo In tho poultry yard. Kill him, loff or soil him before he eats double this valuo In food and robs the bona of their share. the Imprint on the paper. As the paper is passed under this roller the' cutting edgo trims tho decorated strip from tho other part as neatly as any-on- o could wish. A new method for mining Is being practiced In German coal shafts that that stamp tho design on the paper, there 'is another roller, spaced apart from the former,, that has on it a cutting edgo, conforming In shape to per, but. In addition to tho rollers For the Composing Room in a printing house electric light is the best, and for factories or shops turning out typewriters, clocks, watches, parts for bigger machines, it will aid in getting better and more work. Whatever your lighting or other electrical necessities further your own financial interests by consulting us. Our diagnosis and prescribing will help you a whole lot. Substitute for Blasting. , does away with dangerous blasting,, while also avoiding much of the rlslc ot spontaneous explosion of coal dust. Deep holes aro bored In the coal body.' as for shots, but water Is Introduced Into them by pipes, under heavy pressure. Tho water finds its way through the coal Assures and opens them up, until tho mass Is loosonod, when It Is, readily removed wbllo wot, without any dust, or the uso of any tools other than light pick and shovel. Cost of Concrete. As one means of determining the, comparative cost of wood and coni crote for tho purposes of dwelling, construction, two typical houses, ollko as far as It was possible to make them, wore orocted, and It was found that tho concroto structure cost about, 200 less than the other, and at the! samo tlmo was generally voted to b, the moro pleasing la appaar&no. Ilickma n Ice Coa Co. (Incorporated) ST. 1?. XTTiT iQ 3XT Ox-- ., HVXgn. "Bread in Old Kentucky" high patStop coughing! you rack tho lungs and worry the body. BALLARD'S ent Margaret Dour. Better than others IIOREHOUND SYUUP checks irrita costs no more. Bottersworth & tions heals tho lungs and restores but Prather. breathing. Prico 25c, comfortablo 60c and $1.00 per bottlo. Sold by tho Sheet Mulo at Fethe & Freach'a. Hickman Drug Co. t ., tm i iiai if f M '3 UHR Just Received CHRISTNUS CANDY at 1 Fancy Packages AH Prices From 5c to $10.00 Each The choicest product of the master candymaker's art; also a splendid line of Fancy Candies in bulk, at extremely low prices- Don't Buy Until You See Our Line H. Christmas Cigars We are now showing the finest line of Cigars ever brought to Hickman- - put up in Gift Boxes, prices from 45c to $8.00 Fruits and Nuts These are our hobby. No finer line of foreign and domestic fruits and nuts Put up in fancy baskets, prices low. a Box Fruit Cake We can solve your Thanksgiving and 300 Pounds of A big line of Cigarettes and Tobacco. Don't fail to see our line of Cigar and Cigarette Cases. Latest designs. Christmas baking problem NOW. Cakes weigh 2, 3 and 5 pounds each, and sell at 35 cents a pound. APPLES, PEARS, ORANGES, GRAPES AT WHOLESALE PRICES IN ORIGINAL PACKAGES... These we buy in enormous quantities and are thus enabled to quote you prices as low as Cairo or St. Louis. Sold to either merchants or individuals. Call and see us before placing your holiday orders. Telephone, write or call. PERCV JONES tt ra Mmwa n, rumvn Wi Dl Carpenter was a visitor Germs Spread in Skin Eczema, Tsorlasls nnd other skin troubles are cnuneil by myriads of conns at work In the. skin. Unlosi theio jrcrms arc promptly destroyed they rapidly multiply, gnawing their way deep Into the sensitive tissue. Tills is what causes that awful ltrtt, n. mere rash and what seemed may crow worse nnd develop Into a nnd torturing1 skin dlseaso loathnomo with its years of misery. Don't take any chances' Destroy the Terms at the beginning of the troublo with that HootlilnK ami clennnlne wash, the D. D. D. Prescription for Kczema. A 25c liottlo will prove this to you. Saving i Mrs. Vol In Troy last week. V A Doc ds big lumber sheds arc nenring completion. Margaret Flour, none hotter. ersworth & 1 rather. TVe have had experience with many remedies for skin troublo but havo as never seen such remarkablo cures Inthose from D. D. D. Prescription. stant relief from the very flrst application. We are no confidant that D. D. D. will reach your caso that It will cost you nothing If the very first full size bottle falls to make good every claim. If you have skin trouble of any kind we certainly sdvlse you to drop In and Investigate the merits of D. I). ' Hot- - For the next 30 days, in order to keep from carrving my stock of Mrs Chas. Mooro spent Monday artcrnoon In Union City. We know that D. D. D. will help you. The Hickman Drug Co., V, anyway. FOR SALE Saw mill outfit com. plcto at a bargain. Cayce Milling Co. A. J Wright and wife returned Tuesday from a short stay In Kul- ton W A Johnston, wife and aons returned yesterday from a visit with relatives at Brownsville Tenn. "WE TTC17 Pittsburg Fence through the winter, I al Jktl Mm DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And don't have to grease will sell you almost at but once a week. YOUR OWN PRICE whatever fence you need, FOR CASH. Only a small margin above cost, to pay tor handling. A chance to save money. Jno. Cox, wife and son, of Union City, spent Sunday with Mrs. Cox's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Smith. Miss Leila McFall and Earl Boaz, both of Fulton wero united In mar- Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. GEO. PRITCHERT DEAD. REV. WILSON COMES BACK. riage at Nashville last Wednesday. w. FLLTON DOY KILLED Samo old "Empty" Gun Did the Work. POLK CHURCH Dodds KILLED Quail is said to be1 plentiful in this Geo. Prltchcrt, ago about 62, died section, but local sportsmen are cut- at the home of his sister, Mrs. Jno. ting down the supply at a rapid rate. Weatherly, in this city, last Friday. Tuberculosis Is said to havo been tho FOR SALE: Handsome residence op cnuso of his demise. posite college Nino rooms and bath. Prltchert resided In this vicinity Ill health reason for selling. It. B. in his early manhood, but has been JOHNSON 4c out west for many years. Havo yon tried It that new coal, Besides his sister In Hickman, he washed aau graded to regular sized Is survived by a sister, Mrs. J. K. lumps especially suited for cooking. Burton, of Gainesville, Texas. Ho A A Farli. was never married. Tho remains wero enterred at tho WANTED a good man with family I A good job for tho city cemetery Saturday afternoon. j to milk in dairy. Wo aro unable to get further par right man. A. II. LEET, proprietor ticulars at this tlmoe. of Woodlawn Dairy. J Conference Appointments Makes Few Changes. Deceaied Was Known to Many Hlckmanltei. Tho dead body of Illchard !' Church, a Cloter Loaf switchman. wiu found out In twnln by the member of tho switching erow shortly uft- -i 7 16 Thursday evening, Nov 9 The shoulders nnd chest were on north hlilo of tho rail, whtlo tho remainder of tho body lay In tho center of tho track. Tho horrlbie find was made by O. E. ShonU, a mombor of the night swltohlng crew. Shortly before 7 o'clock Thursday evening tho night yard forco begnn tho work of tho night, and thirty minutes later the lifeless body of Church wns found between tho rail-- r eld shops and tho water tank, from whenco it was taken to tho Bradley undertaking rooms. Tho coroner's Investigation seemed to show that tho unfortunate man had boon knocked down and run over by cut of threo cars which had been sent up tho track. Church's work, known ns "field duties," was to have care of all dotnehed cars by rldlug them Into tho sidings or main line nnd bring them to a stop whorover they wore to bo placed. In Just what manner tho man met his death was not made known, as no ono had seen Church for moro than fifteen minutes boforo his body was found by Mr. Shouts who wns riding tho switch onglnc," nnd which wns being bneked down tho main line. Tho news of tho unfortunato accident soon becamo known throughout tho city nnd as usual in such cases, Mrs. Church, Uio joung wife, was tho last persons to hear tho nwful news, which wns broken to her over the telephone. Mrs. Church, who had but recently loft tho sanitarium aftor submitting to Bovornl sovero operations, was nenrly heartbroken as tho awful situation dawned upon her. Richard Folk Church was born In Union City, Tenn., Novcmbor 21), twenty-sevent- h 1884, nnd was nenrlng his attended tho Ho birthday publio schools of that city and on leaving tchool ho ontorcd tho painting and decorating business. Ho was young and active and always had a strong lovo for nthletlcs. ball playHo was a Bomo nolo nround his homo er of Iltown nnd nt tho tlmo tho Eastern baso ball leaguo was organized linois ho signed with tho Shelbyvlllo team to nlny second baso. Mr. Church was married to Miss LAVorno Dowllug, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bon II. Dowllng, former Charleston residents, but now residing In Springfield, February 17, IPO!). Mr and Mrs Snm Wade and Mr ami Mrs En loo Chiles motored over Jrom I nlon City Sunday visiting Mr and Mrs Jerre Mnlon. ' plurablo accident occurred In ihurndny afternoon when Jo in joung son of John Foy, shot i.ktantly killed Gredy Campbell, r member of tbo CnmpbolbCalla-linplimun- t Company. si two bojrs, who wore class- a in school and bosom compan- wire playing with oilier boja ti.o Foy's boy home, when limy i.d to Indulge in a little target Young Foy secured the .' Uie a 22allbro rifle, and opening It ii.ai It contained a cartridge hull. u hull bad a dent in it such an uudby tho plunger whon a cart- lis twin discharged, tho boy i for granted that tho gun wan .id'M and proceeded to snap it at After mapping It i mpaions. iii or two of tho other lads, Foy d it at )oung Campbell. Lion t point that gun at mo, Jo. iKhtbo loaded," said young Camp- . but with a laugh Foy pulled the Thoro was a sharp report &cr . Campbell foil with a bullet in his v d- i. ! ADVANCE SHOWING OF: The Annual Methodist Conference, which met in Memphis, finished a very active session Monday. The appointments for this district are as follows: W. C. Waters presiding older. Cayco Circuit It. A. Wood. Columbus and Wickllffe L. H. Estes, Jr. Crystal Circuit S. A. Martin. Dukedom Circuit To bo supplied by W. N. Matheny. Dresden Circuit To be supplied by C. E. IUggs. Fulton Circuit It. H. Pigue. Mrs McKay and daughter, Miss Fulton Station W. T. Boiling. Geo. Linton .wife and baby return Louise, who have been visitors of Itov Greenfield and Brocks E. H. Stewand Mrs Gelger, returned to their to Fulton, Monday aftere a visit with art. her father, J. H. Langford. 3me in Virginia Monday. Hickman Station O. W. Wilson. Hofnbeak Circuit T. E. Calhoun. Kenton and Rutherford E. M. Muthls. Martin Circuit T. F. Saunders. Martin Station A. J. Meadows; J. It. Bell, supernumerary. Moscow Circuit T. F. Maxedom. Obion and Itlves T. J. Bagby. Ralston Circuit E. W. Williams. Sharon and Mt. Vernon B. S. 1 - Holiday Goods... NOW READY $ South Fulton Circuit T. J. Simmons. Troy Circuit T. P. Rlddlck. Union City Circuit G. J. Carman. Union City Station W. W. Adams. Water Valley Circuit II. G. Ryan. West Hickman Circuit To bo supplied by O. H. Hardin. FARMERS' TELEPHONES. A dollar a month does not go far enough after It gets into the telephono company's treasury to satisfy the manager who has to pay the upkeep and operating expenses on a big rural lino system.and keep a Uttlo small change to hand over to stockholders once in six months. He has to cut too many corners, and run loo many chances of getting caught short of a bank balance by a sleet storm, or a law sulL Twelvo dollars is too low for farmers' line service on the average system, with the quality and cost Improved as It has been la the last few years. It is time to start after this rate. The farmers can afford to pay more 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 the best way to get this thing into better shape T Some have done it already. Telephony. (Tho Independent Telephono U'Ui.g ' Foy In under tho constant of physicians and continually aUug to end his own life. Our stock of Holiday Goods is now nearly com- MORE RED TAPE plete, and a better showing of gift articles would be special from Oklahoma City say: criminal court of appeals today a ini'd tbo sentence of John W. rpc for second degree murder nnd i s h muBt servo ton yenrs In tho k tmtlnry, but Sharpo baa boon J jil for moro than a yoar. While ho was chief of pollro of lahlcquah, Sharpo shot and killed Willio l'owoll, a boy, whon tho ) Jth ran from him. Ho was convlct- I nnd nn appoal Uikon. On tho night ' liept 27, 11)10, Shnrpo was killed n his own 'yard at Talilequah by an t known asslssln, but Uio court fall-i- d to take cognlxanco of his death rd has affirmed his penitentiary - i tenco. V i hard to find anywhere. Come early and often, as we will be showing, additional new things from now until Christmas and bring the children. 1$ Attractive Christmas presents for everybody. You will find it easy to make selections here, and at the price you desire to pay. Watch for complete announcement. This store will be Santa Claus' headquarters from now until Christmas Journal.) NEW BOAT LINE Established between Cairo, Hickman and Caruthersvllle. Tho Lucllo Noland Is a now boat now soliciting local business between She mado Cairo and Caruthersvllle. her first landing hero last Sunday, stopping at the, foot of Union streeL She will leavo Cairo every Tuesday and Friday at 6 p. m. for Caruthers-vlllThe Nowland is about tho slzo of tho Three States and is suitablo for tho new service. Before coming hero tho boat has been plying between Cincinnati nnd Pittsburg. Sho la in charge of CapL S. A. Bryant. o. i- E. R. ELLISON'S I I I I H j have FOUR pair of Gum Boots, Sporting I H H Dry Goods and Variety CASH STORE snag nnd water proof. These boots are for rent. H. E. CURLIN Hoinoot Quality I H Mrs. Emery N. Church, mother oi tho deceased, wns unablo to como as tho news of tho death of her son wns such n sovero shock to hor that It loft her In a very nervous stnto, nnd for mnny hours wns considered to bo very low. Charleston (111.) Courlor. Later wo learn that tho mother died from tho shock. Lyric Saturday Night. Miss Gladys Headdeu, of Newborn, I F Lomonds of Tlptonville, was in O. T. Campbell, A C Tenn., returned home Saturday afterMr. Jordan nnd I ley town Monday on business. I'tterback, F. E. Is Interested In tho establish- noon after a visit to tho family of Wayne, of Moscow, wero In town Satonrouto from n several days ment nt this placo of a wholesale C. S. Patterson, also her aunt, Mrs. urday, B. C. White, of Greenwood Vnlloy, camping trip on tho lake. They all grocery houso. Mo. good tlmo. report n Dr. A. O. Longnecker returned SunS. II. LAiton, Brownsville, Tenn., gets tbo noxt Your state, county and school tax day from a business trip In Mississippi payable. Goalder Ho tells us he nearly lost bis life lit Methodist Conference in tills disis now duo and trict. a runaway whllo thoro. Johnson, Sheriff. Hard-war- o headquarMlas Maymo Doylo, of Union City, Hickman Furniture Co., Don't fall to soo tho Hickman visited Mrs. Jorryo Malono Thursday. display of cut glass. ters for anything ta furniture. Company's Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src See samples. At Courier Office. est attention, creating something like of all furore among theater-goer- s classes. If I mistake not, Fechtcr's Is the only blond Hamlet worthy of note In the history of the English speaking stage; and It Is a curious fact that, but for the encouragement of Charley Dickens, Fechter would neither have made his New World reputation nor created his great role of Hamlet, defying all stage traditions to do so. My authority for this statement is William Stuart, hi the sixties and seventies one of the leading theatrical managers of the country, and during Fcehters residence In America one of jtho tatter's closest personal friends. "From 1848 until 1880 Fechter was a reigning favorite In Paris," said Mr Stuart. "Then he went to London, making there his first appearanco In English drama and Instantly scoring a great success. Not long thereafter he met Charles Dickens, and tho two speedily became fast friends Fechtor himself told mo this Instance to Illustrate their Intimacy, Having decided that he would play Hamlet, Fechter carefully studied tho play and then hunted ont Dickens. "1 told Dickens,' Fechter said to teie, that the Danes were not a that they were conspicuous for their fair hair, their blue eyes, and their light complexion, and that, Uf an actor desired to be truo to racial characteristics he ought to play tho foart of a Dane, like Hamlet, made up n; ncceritunTo 1hephyiilcaT characTcrls-tlc- s TROUGH FOR FEEDING SWINE) v' Dickens Instnntly of tho Danes. told mo that I was quite right, adding Made of Heavy Material and Securely Fastened at Each End by Staka that every Hamlet ho had soon sugFamous Blond Hamlet of Charley gested to him In his appearance and Prevents Spilling. make-uthat ho was of the Latin Edward Fechtor. i Many n time have we had the pig rather than of tho 8axon race It was with Dickens' warm approval, there- feed spilled all over us and the ground of fore that I decided to play a blond by tho lusty shoats. Finally wo marto' loted Aotora Unusual Make-UHamlet, and I havo always believed a trough similar to tho one shown In the Part Waa Approved by that bad Dickons not given his ap- the. Illustration, unjs a writer In tho! Dickens, Who Persuaded proval of my Idea I should nover had Farm and Homo. We plncod an orHim to Visit America. tho temerity to portray It dinary trough right In front of the) "It was Dickens, also, who persuad- gate The gate was taken off it By E. J. EDWARDS. ed Fechtor to come to this country" hinges nnd swung from a rod at the From 1870, when he first came to continued Mr Stuart. "Fechtor told, top It was hung so as to swing over1 this country, until he retired from me that shortly after Dickens had re- tho top of the trough When pourtngl the stage six years later, Charles Al- turned to England In 1867 from his the swill Into the trough the gate is bert Fechtor was one of the most speaking tour hero, ho urged upon, swung Inward nnd held in place by! famous actors on tbo American stngo Fechter that by all means he should fastener shown. When the trough la-Indeed, In the few short years that go to the United States and portray y be was on the boards here he built Hamlot as he had portrayed It with, up a reputation rivaling In brilliancy such success for six years In London that which he had previously secured Dickens assured Fechter that ho The would surely mako n great fortuno In, both In Paris and In London ' American public flocked eagerly to America, and Fechtor. catching tho ! see and applaud him In such oldtlmo enthusiasm of his friend finally sailed 7f1 favorites as "The Corslcan Brothers" for this country In 1870 Probably and "The Count of Monte Crlsto." but you remember the great excitement when all Is said and dono It was his occasioned by tho appearanco of Fechblond Hamlet that attracted the wid tor as tho blond Hamlet in a New NEW HEWS OF YESTERDAY To Moiw a uunv nMiis -- p &'mmwt&im ..';,..lvj' v.. . p It Startled the World when tho ostonUhlng claims woro flrut m nil o for Uucklcn's Arnica Salo bu' forty yours of wonderful cure havo proven thorn truo, and ovory-wliur- o 11 Is now known ns tho boot snlvo on earth for Hums, Ilolls, Scalds, Sores, Cuts, Urulses, Sprains, Swolllngs, Eczouin, Chapped hands, Fever Sores and Piles. Only L'Co al Holm & Ellison. Tho question of Indies removing their hats Is up for consideration of tho Methodist conference now In session at Memphis. Bishop Candler wild "1 havo never hnd nuythlng to do with women's fashions, but I thank God that I don't havo to wear them." Phone 38 for groceries. NOTICE. AH thoso who havo past dm, ,,,,,. r with us nro kindly reauosteii u .". forward nnd nrrnngo for setn,.,,, und save cost. All post duo notes will bo put for collodion If not paid prow, , lllckmnn Wagon Co., Ineorporat , Nournlgln of tho face, sh hands or font requires n remedy that will penetrate t i. DALLAUtVa SNOW LINIMhN that power. Hubbed tho pnln Is felt In all that U sar- - to relieve tho suffirliiu itoro normal conditions 1'rU. iml $100 Hold by Hickman Ht Hickman Furniture Co hcj4 ero for anything In furniture , ESSatHf2S ii t? I) York theater at the same time Edwin Booth was playing the conventional Hamlot in another metropolitan theaquarter AH grades of theator-goer- s reled about tho two conceptions of tho ipart, some maintaining that Fechtor was right, and 6omo that Dooth had made no mistake, but all uniting In declaring that each man had Justly gained a great triumph. "Barring a brief trip to England, Fechter continued on tho American, stage until 1876. when he retired permanently to a farm noar Philadelphia it has generally been stated that hW retirement was due to the fact that ho was of such violent temper that no manager could get along with him But I know bettor A jear or two before he retired Techier said to me In confidence that ho was oven tbon prepnrlng to leave the stage forever Ono was that ho for two reasons could no longor play any part but Fnlstaff, since bo had grown enormously fat. and tho other was that ho had discovered that he was afflicted with an organic and mortal disease, of which only himself, his physician and one or two others had any auspN clon. What Fechter told me was correct; and ho died from tho effects of that disease within three years after he had gone Into retirement" Special i A Feed-Savin- g Pig Trough, I Is swung back and fast-- l ncr shown When the trough Is full, M ny tonr' Monrl H .nr day and night the gato Is swung back and fastened Toll anJ av The trough Itself Is made of heavy! And (crimp nnd tiv material and securely fastened by a And chm with all our might. pre-- t Trnnlri grow to dollar take at each end, which also Very toon, w find. vents the hog from totting Into th Hut fend when the gate Is swung open. W hav to dl full the gate vv:J3jiiriVI' " TIjW V "' C ' f WV Owing to the low prices our formers ore Retting for their cotton, I hnve deckled to divide my profits with them by making the following prices: I Two cars best medium salt, , And lar It all behind. Had Tried the Dog. Monoy great help In keeping husbands and A hundred cfalt their wives from drifting apartf And oft a hundrrd II. Tlipunandi grow to million; "Well, perhaps they nro I have Juit when thry grow dcr never tried children; but I am qult v go away convinced that It Is useless for a lady tay Th million expect a pet dog to keop bor husW ra th mony to drifting away." band from Monty Monyl MonoyI "Dont you think children are a Dollar Money! r th Monrl h rrprrtrnt hr. . per barrel One car best straight flour, per barrel Best High Patent Flour, guaranteed, per barrel Coil Oil, a very fine grade, per gallon Also a d1 pl.Oj A or ...... ...... OU Cfi ....'0" 1 A or Ho 1UU Infallible. "Tbero Is ono sign of an which 1 have never known to marked the weather prophet. "What Is thatf" asked his ion. "A careless banana peel pavement," arly fall fall," recompan- oa the Harden oul and hartl Gt th I duo you. for That And merr than your r1ndhln. Is or duty! Drop ltim. on and JL Hut later on Whtn you r con Thtra'll b a Uarlt pall. 10 per cent reduction and Groceries. on all Dry Goods gt rt. Com CTO.Ol3L Your state, county and school tax is now due and payable. Goalder Johnson, Sheriff. E03 estlo Coal, all grades, from up. Phone 185. All the leading magazines & S2 G at Fctho French's. Money' Monryl Montyt Who Invenlcl It? Boij-JmI Srn at It Sorobr form of wit. Dollar dollar dollar Thar hava thl dlitrMSi Tiirenonly worth ud I thl rarth-Bhroy bt Mose Barkett WEST HICKMAN ill ar puckdleu. rr Majestic Range Demon tiwy nit 11 Mil If HI 'f JfWAJESTlCl'- X Md. it HsalalalalalalaH VHHl CANrURNlSH FLUSH WITH I f ,''" MAJESTIC I B IIAVU.KVU 4ii'wfe ll U) , h & Si l - fAVMjfcjsaWTjj i. 11 ti avii n,t ,ujmi It AM) till MM tr.ir airr b. iri u at tira.airluxl u an ct ..iry t a in rr l, i ,j ill H pi' mua r tcntnlr it' right cm m ir :r Mji.vTir Ninrn nt iinmmiki.ii hewn 19 rrntrr U i 1 ra T 1 niim rfmi.' a ,1m tr 1 & maunoa V - sS'sV " 10P Of RflMGC llM-g- tftaVSal , ,lmp .,-- -. A V CfiNruRHISM RIGHT HAND 1 1. 17 I ISOALIOM copvtn I all rr. ,iT&gaBaaMM'aSBwa, r stration Monday, Nov. 27 -- Till: MUI.Mll AUrblr-Irlira) tltiinrd lrnll Citr, krlllr, r mi -- Lii Li: hau'lo rilr'n n n t'ist tit gn ti nl . Tim MAjixru ah opprr n liriilf. I3r, 1, o r kc( Ta I'jil It lu'i Ir l.r n-McVrl-plalr1 il Opprr Mrkrl.jiUlril s. II I'ut ruU4-I Tilt: (ulTrr t r r kfk- ( and Uniml on itiM. - MJIII( !!. All p THE GREAT and GRAND TO- (VIqJESTIC RANQE Saturday, J. W. Rogers Henry Cowglll -- Dec. 2 MqDE, IN THE RqfMGE IDITH Irrit qiC &IZ1ZS rttSO STVLES. REPUTATION Tilt: MVJI'.MII' Marl.lf. l.iiniflril I'liililliig Tail. fill for Ilia Httn )lojrrte Het. TIIK MVJITII I'alrnl Nrtrr.'iimi Wlrril Hilpiilng I'an, himil un Uin x)ia. MUiwciallyrjfll,e)iijrMii S THO vrr-lliir- il MAJi:iTlr VVIrrit a Mi of ian 0 In. .uauc ijxtijtiir luc ma Maji I'ani la People You Know Who Use and Recommend Majestic Ranges Sabo Choat Set of Ware Jt? 'JriJbiJ-tL- i If you aro at our Btoro during our Majeatlc Demonstration week nnd allow us to show you tho many advantages and superior qualities of tho Great Majestic Rango and will purchase ono at tho regular price, wa will give you Freo tho beautiful and useful Souvonlr Set of Waro illustrated This waro Is roado to match tho quality of tho In tills advertisement. wo know all ladled will eco tho beauty nnd utility Majestic Ranges, and of this sot, especially the first thrco pieces, which aro entirely now nnd cannot bo had alono by purchase, oxcopt at a very high price Tho prices of Majestic Ranges aro tho aamo, but wo glvo tho sot KREGvIth each Majestic Rango bought during tho demonstration week only. Reasons Why the Great Majestic You Should Buy 1st. It has tho reputation of being tho best rango money can buy M. It not only has the reputation but IS tho best rango made, nnd will prove this to you If you will lot us. 3d It la constructs of malleable Iron, material you enn't boat, nr Charcoal Iron, material that resists rust 300 per cent greater than und Is riveted together nlr tight, ,V0 boat escapes or cold air enter;' rnngo, thus uses vory llttlo fuel to do tho work 4h. Tho reservoir alono is worth tho price of rango over any u Ua U eal'U8 of n,or- - ls ,10 a tea U with pocket against loft hand lining, and Is moveable nnd sot on ft fra henco cannot wear out. When water gets too hot It can bo moved a from nro. Majestic ranges uso loss fuel; heat more water-- anl hent It ho" cost practically nothing for repairs; lusts thrco times as long, bakes tor, easier to keep clean nnd glvo better satisfaction than any e ranw on tho inakot. If you know positively that tho ftbovo stntoiu-artruo, wouldn't jou buy n Majestic nt onco? Como lu Demonstration Week und vvo'll Prove It to You. 1 J. W. Ballow O. B. Thrclkold Jr. L. R. Wheeler Josslo McNeil Norrla King W. W. Pruott C. T. Bondurant O. B. Turrott Will Shanklln W. A. Nlpp J. D. Morrow Jeff Davla T. T. Swayno H. C. Helm O. W. Helm H. L.A mbere W. U Helm A. M. DeBow B and A Dodds W. . Baltzor Mrs. Sallle ubbard Cottage Hotel " Steve SUhr R. B. Johnson Julian Choat & nilC liCCsf sill I V No Ware Given Away Af-um: nLctv unLi ter Demonstration Week. Hickman Hardware Inooiiaoi'fttocl Co. A"7" ppf-- T i A BALD-HEADE- D WOMAN. Loiai f V I BHern of Her Crown of Btauty, In Love and Man-lags- . Council Proceedings ii ,ir mont iircflary lo Who could love ntn marry n mi What fliurnis ilc.l HoiuniiT i u eertnlnly army Hickman, Ky., November off! nurli 7,' 6, By interest on bonds paid , S1989.G9 dur- DAFFYDILLS. Now, If tho fllo In a rasping tono should call tho auger a bore. And the monkey wrench a nut from tho vlso, would tho piano Just smooth I 'AAAAAAAiWAfcAAt4A4A ODD LOOKING I ing Octobor 1911. 30.00 J19D9.C3 T. O. . JPoiitlgit Phone No. 51 STXTBBS CRAFT ' -- - ? Replica of First Steam Boat Visits Hickman. n iIInIIk uiiiii'h pml Ik mindly loro mid ,. i rniirnlriK glory In her of her imlr mnrx lior hipplnesi. nnd sucreis. Yet ro tbuninlM of women who are mi is or Injuring tticlr hulr to !u extent Hint It Is only n tnnttcr up when It will be utterly mined. wotiien destroy the benuty of i.mr tliroiiKh tliouchtloiiinpM or o if t'crtnlii fuels. They mo ted, or to eici", iiia over-heIho natural oil of Hie - iu H to xjillt. break, nnd riiv do not Hlinmoo their lourh. or too often. They r itvinrnlli)ii which con- I iiIk iMxilllrt'ly hnrmful to and Imlr i' nit "f audi treatment, dan'I'tMl. the Imlr Ioo'cik, lone 'i ii out. nnd baldness com- proper n ltd prompt pre- in - mi- - taken lii time. Then iii P'Imm nnd rortnln dNnaci iit unhealthy arnlp nnd hnlr , n i I.- Hit ,M. I lie loin No rogulnr meeting was hold In October. 1911. Council met thla dny In regular sea. Ion, but on account of not having n quorum, Council adjourned to meet Thursday night, Nov. 9th, 1911. Aiieat: II. (j. n0m CJly CIork Tom Dillon, Br., Mayor. November Council 9, 1911 mot pursuant to adjournment of tho Cth. Inst., present Mayor Ulllon, Counallmon Schlonkor, Hale, Islcr, Powell and Shumate On motion tho rending of the minutes of last meeting was dispensed with on account of the absence of the CIork. Tho following accounts wero proporly approved, and on mo lion allowed nnd check ordered U- sued for amounts: J. A. Noonnn, dlotlng prisoners $27 20 J. O. Hanrlx, work on Cemetery road 11 10 ' ' . any woman luny rid herself Mid dlaea.ed acnlp nnd v- - will but un the right rem . hare that remedy, nnd we mvrly punmntiv that It will i r ri'ievi dandruff nnd bnldnr or i ..t ,iit the user anything. ( - a pretty brand statement, hut mIi link It nnd prove It with our im .n.-We will return your if vno do not find Hint Itexall Hilr Tonic U an entirely sntl- (lint will promote hair n rrnn-dand orcrromo acnlp and hair tliat It will grow hair even t'l'd timid, ilnlem nil life In the r i N hat been extinguished, the i tml. nnd the acnlp la glszed ' inr It pita Its name from the If jrrew hnlr In Kl out of 100 - where ii rvcclred n thoroughly iiupiri'al. nnd practical teat, wnut you to trr Itexall fiT' rnt- - nt our rlk. You aurcly t lose anything by doing ao. j mi hate everything to irnln. had lietter think thla over, nnd ..me In urn) wee us about this of- m win Ik well repaid for your i ..or More Hemember. youenn lii ill Kemedlcs In thla community r nt our store The llcxall Htore, Hickman Drug Co. t dmff Mengel r ift). iviij 380 Hickman Ico & Coal Co, str-- t llghst and Ico if, o Helm & Wilson, Fumlgntom 2 25 John Wright, Street work ... 9K.8& Hickman Courier, Printing 7 75 Itoport of City Treasurer for Sep tember, 1911: General Fund Account. To bal per August report. .12184.86 To amt. reo of John Wright. . 90 00 To nmt reed of Tom Dillon, 8r 639 73 Uy cheeks paid In 8optombor21Cl Hnl to credit this acct Ikix Co, lunibor West Tenn. Gravel Co., CO 77 car of gravel Unlike anything elso now afloat, tho steamboat New Orleans, a reproduction of Its prototypo of 100 years things o'er? ago, ploughed Its way through tho Deeds to tho following cemetery And If tho waters could speak as choppy waters of tho Mississippi river Two poultry firms In Montgomery Thursday lots wero reported issued: they flow, how long would Long Is-- 1 afternoon and landed this state, will slaughter for- - hero J county, a short tlmo. Tho event chronicled tho progress of river transportation for 100 years. It marked tho rapid strides of genius and tho subjugation of tho waters to tho uso of mankind. It celebrated the one hundred anniversary of tho first trip evor mado from Pittsburg to New Orleans with a steamboat over tho Ohio and Mississippi rivers. Those who contemplated tho llttlo craft with curiosity could not conceive of the tlmo when such a frail piece of workmanship could have been called modern, although it wasonco tho finest boat on the river. .The boat was constructed at a cost of about 135,000. The city commission of Pittsburg subscribed 25,000 and the remainder was secured from prlvato subscriptions. Tho trip is made under tho auspices of tho Pittsburg Historical Society. The New Orleans is not exactly a replica of the first boat. In outward appearance It Is somewhat similar, but it carries hose and lifeboats and other equipment required by the government and without which no boatDressed Dolls Turning Head Dolls Jointed Dolls man would now risk the lives of his passengers. Unbreakable Dolls Bisque Dolls Rag Dolls W. Q, Johnson, City Hnl to credit this acct la Clede Building, over Brevard's Store Treasurer. J Doll Sale China Dolls We are showing immense varieties of the newest and best in DOLLS at prices less than are usually charged in the ordinary store. Some of the kinds are Washable Dolls i NOTICE. All those who have past due paper with us are kindly requested to como forward and arrange for settlement and save cost. All past due notes will be put out for collection if not paid promptly. Hickman Wagon Co., incorporated. A Talking: and Walking Dolls Celluloid Dolls Roly Poly Dolls Kid Body Dolls Indian Dolls Doll Heads Animal Dolls Baby Dolls Swimming Dolls Sleeping Dolls Bear Dolls Doll Bodies Big Dolls '.t Character Dolls Crying Dolls I28H5K 99 Patent Dolls Clown Dolls Cloth Cut Out Dolls Little Dolls JC52C9 SPLENDID CROP. Water A Light Bond Acct. To bal. per August report $20C0 13 To amt reed of Tom Dillon, Sr 320.00 J23S0.C9 Dy i int. paid on bonds In Sept. .090.00 You are invited to come and look at the DOLLS nnr. y ' ' Hat to credit this account... S1C90.C9 and Gus Goodman. II known drummers Johnson, City Treaa. W. of this sec arr promoting the establishment a i.i k Kooa fnnn to bo loeated In Ho port of City Treasurer for Octoit rounty nnd aro soliciting took ber 1911: 'nNow, what do you know r that! General Fund Account. Ho a and ALL OTHER GOODS. -- E.WR. ELLISON'S .I. Ae J. liver tho goods anywhere you To bal per Sopt report JC77.59 us to. Whlto Uros, Thonc 195. To nmt rood of P. & M. Ilank.10C.00 To amount reed of Hickman 2C2.G0 Dank & Trust Co To amt reed of H. O. Helm..lG9.10 To amt reed of John Wright.. IOG.00 To ami reed from Tom Dillon, 40200 Sr EEDry Goods and Variety CASH STORE George Evans for west half of lot No. 307, slic of lot 20 x 23 feet, consideration $30 80; J. T. Oliver for lot No. 259, site of lot, 20 x 20 feet, conThe Clerk holds sideration $32.00 Supt. Tom Dillon, Sr.'s receipt In pnyment for sanio. On motion tho foregoing reports wero received, ordered spread upon tho records, published and filed. On motion made and carried D. 1angford was appointed Stock Marshall to fill tho vacancy caused by the death of Claude Hamby. On motion E. C. Hlco, Eugeno and W. V. Edmonds were appointed as a Board of Supervisors to meet tho first Monday in December next and continue from day to dny until they hno completed their duties. Attost: II. C. Helm, City Clerk. Tom Dillon, Sr., Mayor. th Hanging In tho barns of tho farm ers of the dark tobacco district of Kentucky and Tennessee is the fin est crop of tobacco that has over been grown. Tho acreage was short, duo to a drouth at tho planting season, preventing tho transfer of many plants from hotbeds to fields. But for size, weight and quality the crop Is a record breaker. The tobacco produced In this district, which embraces about thirty counties lying along the borders between tho states, Is a peculiar kind. Nowhere elso in tho world is It grown with the same success, the soil being accountable. It Is bought largehi ly for export to England, France, Spain, Italy, Africa, Austria, etc. If you aro going to get a sewing machine, got the best. The Singer why, of course, from L. A. Brock. Wc have n com- plctc line Qoose nnd Turtle Neck Sweaters for boys nnd girls. H. E. CURLIN llmirorqimllly I I I I I H B Dy Hal to credit this ncot 11771 19 amt pnld out during Oct..00CS3 $11C5.3G land Sound? drunk Water t If tho house was full and tho water would the hose rcol all around? Light Bond Account. To balance por September ro- JIC90.C9 port To amt received from K. & M. Hank 70.00 ..!? a burst If you board a spell at a shoro hotel Is tho billows that you pay? t..- ,. ,,., . If slnglo car weighs several tons how much does the wholo subway? Can a scavenger bo a cheerful man when ho's always In tho dumps? If tho water pipes In a danco hall would the dancers uso their pumps? If a Harvard oasman rows in a shell, In what does thi salmon roo? If no grass grows In tho frozen North, what, then, does tho Eskimo? If a gun missed fire would a parachute? This stuff gives me a pain. If a bullfrog wore a hobblo skirt would the lily pad and hark? To amount received of Hickman 175.00 Hank & TruBt Co To amount received from J. P. 54.00 Lcggato for Interest TIME TABLE C- - M. & G. R. R. (Effective June 4, 1911) Leave Hlokman 6:30 a. m. Arrive Dyersburg 8:30 a. a. kets for Thanksgiving. Tho prico Leave Hickman 2:00 p. m. ranges from 10 to 11 cents per pound Arrive Dyersburg 5:00 p. m. on foot and the whole purchase Leave Dyersburg 9:00 a. m. to over $50,000. Arrive Hickman 12:00 noon WANTED: Elm timber; will pay Leave Dyersburg; 5:30 p. in. $9 per thousand at mill in East HickArrive Hickman 8:30 p. m. man. Hickman Coil Hoop Co. tfc G. M. ROSS, Agent ty thousand turkeys raised In that county, for shipment to eastern mar- JHfrN WHO WEArL SMO&S fe i L STIGATEt a ' THANKSGIVING SERVICE. We will make special low prices on Ladies' Tailored Coat Suits Misses' and Childrens' Coats MHBaMkVHaalHI The best line of MEN'S, LADIES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES at reasonable prices. ua, Helm & Co. Wlngo, pastor of tho Baptist too? Enough ere we all grow 111. church, .will preach tho sermon. -- x. ft Is hoped that there may bo a largo congregation nnd that we may enjoy Thanksgiving day moro becauso RARE OLD RELIC. of this service Let everybody como. O. L. Singleton, whllo digging post-hole- s on his farm near State Lino FOR SALE: Sovon houses and lots road ono dny last week unearthed a whole bunch for $3500; or places will curiosity in the way of a plpo. Tho All of t h e s e bowl is a perfect bust of Georgo bo sold separate houses are occupied and paying good Washington, nnd is probably a relic rent. This section of town Is com- of tho old Colonial days. It was ing fast, and East Hickman property found two feet under tho ground In will be a good Investment. Inquire tho edge of tho woods, and must bav been thero many years. Its history at Courier office. would doubtless bo Interesting If wo Honry Clay Bottle, Jr., condemned know It. to dlo Nov. 24 for tho murder of his young wifo, was removed last week Hickman merchants should arrango from tho Richmond Jail to penitentiary to await his execution. Ho was to closo up Thanksgiving and glvo locked in a cell In tho condemned themselves and faithful employers a ward adjoining tho electrocution cham much needed rest. bor. FOR SALE: Ono horse, 4yrs old Get a FREE MAJESTIC SOUVENl and ono maro 5 yrs old. Will sell Seo our advertisement in this Is- ono or both. H. II. HARDING, Hickman, Route 2. Up sue. Hickman Hardware Co. If a thief broko Into a drugstore A union Thanksgiving servlco will do you think that the dogwood bark? bo hold In tho Lyric Theater Thursday, Nov. 30, at 10 a. m., Itev. Spur-gooIf a parrot can swoar can a crocuB n i i 4 tS have been cut and made for Quality's sake, or just to sell at a popular price. non-opposi- whether your shoes ng difference to you It makes a great Mf-- select the Nettleton Make and pay a price in proportion to the excellence of material used, and the skill and time involved in the making. The result will be comfort, good appearance, and To avoid guess work or speculation upon the Quality of your footwear, m true economy. H .E. CURLIN, House of Quality USUI niiBmjg m i Qrier's Jfjne (bile I One Remedy SPECIAL BONNIE DAY $600.00 PACING RACE -- 4-- ..- For Every Human 111. Rexall Remedies HICKMAN DRUG CO. Incorporated It is a pity that tho hurrying world cannot realize more that there Is something ennobling to the frang nnd unfailing expression of tho tenderer sentiments which stir the mind and heart thnt tho kindly word and tho cheery clasp of tho hand Is like a draught of wnter to n thirsty 6oulor the Rhadow of a great rock in a weary land. It would rcdoublo our Joys and minimize our sorrows and scatter flowers along the highway like the footfall of tho spring. You will novor havo a friend must havo one without fault. AT THE Union City Fair Grounds Union City, Tenn. it you a A woman without religion Is Ilka flower without perfume. It is ono of tho paradoxes; of life that tho mora a woman keeps hor husband In hot water Uio colder ho grows toward hor. Tuesday, Nov. 28th, Four Bro tttoars Rnce Called at 1 O'clock, Sharp SIRED BY BONNIE LOYD J..2:IIM Won four flrtfa nnd four seconds and onco behind tho monuy In eleven starts and obtained record l'nlr, Memphis, In memorable Cheat Tri-Stat- 1911 "The Rexall Store" tlotb Phonts Prompt Sen Ice NIGHTR!DER.2:I3?4 firsts as follows: Cory don, Snlem, Ilunriugburg, Kvnnsvili.-- . iHd.. Robinson, 111.,1'aduoah, Ky., llol ly Springs (two) Columbus, Mts second Mount Vernon and third Rock port, lud. Won nine "THE 23RD. 8AM." My wife is my boss, I shall not deny. She maketh mo lie down behind the bed when tho swell company comes, and she leadeth me behind ho up Main stroeL She restoreth my pocket book after she has spent all its contents on hobble skirts and theater tickets, and she leadeth me up the main aisle of shurch for her now hat's sake. Yea, though I walk more than half the night through dark rooms with a crying baby, I will get no rest, for she is behind me; her broomstick and hat pin they do everything else but comfort me. She prepareth a cold snack for me, then maketh a bee line for an She anolnteth id society supper. ay .head with tho rolling pin occasionally. My arms runneth over with bundles before she is half done her hopping. i Surely her dressmaker's and millinery bills shall follow me all the days of my life and I will dwell in the house of my wife forever. It Startled tho World when the astonishing claims were first made for Bucklen's Arnica Salve but forty years of wonderful cure have proven them true, and every-'wher- e it is now known as tho best salve on earth for Burns, Bolls, Scalds, Sores, Cuts, Bruises, Sprains, Swellings, Eczema, Chapped hands. Fever Sore and Piles. Only 25c at Helm & Ellison. Phone t8 tor groceries. A man will spend $25 to buy cut flowers for his dead wife's coffin. when If he had spent twenty-fiv- e cents for a bunch of flowors for her A FAIR OFFER. when sho was alive, Bho would have fainted. You wait until sho 1b dead Money Back if You'r Not SatYour nnd then get somo preacher to tell isfied. We pay for nil the medicine used how good sho was. during the trial. If our remedy falls to completely relieve you of constipation. So far as possible let all wutueu We take nil the risk. You nre not obdress beautifully; so God dressostho ligated to in In nny way whatever, if Let thvui you nrocpt our offer That' n mighty meadows and mountains. statement, but we mean every wear pearls nnd diamonds, If they broad word of It Could anything be more can afford It. God hung around tho neck of his world strings of diamonds fnlr for yon? A intwt scientific, commonsenxe and braided tho black locks of the treatnieut I Retail Orderlies which storm with tho bright ribbons of tho nre enten like candy. Their active rainbow. principle Is n recent scientific discovery that l.s odorless, colorless, and tasteless: very pronounced, yet gentle Don't repress tho buoyant spirit of and pleasnnt In nctlon nnd particular- your children; half an hour of merriIn every way. They do ly agreeable not cause dlarrlwrn. nauen. flatulence, ment nround tho lamp and firelight griping, or Hiiy Incouvenlence what- of a home blots out many a caro and ever Rexnll Orderlies are particular- annoyanco during the day, and the d they can tako with ly good for children, ngnd nnd delicate best persons. thorn into tho world Is tho unseen If you suffer from chronic or habit-un- l influence of a bright llttlo circle. constipation, or the nssociater dependent chronic nllments, we urge you Speak kindly in the morning; It to try Rexnll Orderlies nt our risk. you ran got them only nt lightens the cares of tho day. and our tnre 12 tablets 10 cents: 30 tab- makes tho household and all of Its tablets SO cents. Sold affairs move along smoothly. Speak lets 2.--i only nt one s'ore The Rexall Store. kindly at night for it may bo beforo dawn some loved ono may finish bis The Hickman Drug Co. or her spaco of life for this world, nnd It will be to Into to ask The General Assembly of Kentucky o Baptists will moot next year at Ky. Wo aro often very much Impressed All advertisements Intended for the by tho woman who is doing a great Courier MUST bo in not later than and grand work for humanity, but tho noon, Wednesday. Our patrons will one who retains our respect Is tho pic se govern themselves accordingly truo wife and mother, who presides over her home and children with a Saturday Night The Lyrlo. heart and head, demonstrating kindness and ability, which puU tho bluBh on tho public life. safe-guars Mad!-Bonvlll- race. BONNIE BOY 2:12 Won six firsts and ono second, one third nnd one fourth In nine starts nnd sold for 11,000; obtained record nt Pultun, Ky with Ioyd J., driving hi ui out. GORDON BOY. 2:148 five 1600 stakes, three ami thrvo third out of eletcn ulnrta and obtained record nt Jackson Won MUs. wr-OHd- s All abovo record In Went Tonneiuieo Short Ship Clroult and othsr Tho races will bo hold Tennossoo Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia. der tho management of tho Union City Fair Association, called at 1 points on the M. & O. IL II. time to see tho races and return home on tlons on tills occasion will be Ronnie, tho slro of theio four horses, The dams will also be shown, and who will bo shown on tho track. brought horo for exhibition fairs In IlliaoU, Indiana, o'clock sharp, giving tho afternoon train. two brothers and two many of Uonnlo Hoy's at the Union City fair ground. visitors Other a half br colts Kn'vi The Fair Association guarantees positively no jockeying in this race. win. Heats three best in five. Every horse cntrrr.J to There will bo othor attractions featured by the Fair Association on the above date at Union rn horsemen from numbers of Stntes will be here and crowds of vMlor. The day will bo full of rrt-den- t to the occasion and everyone assured somothlug special In a fast pace, as well as a day of prof pleasure. ADMISSION 50 CENTS W. C. Farris, Pres. J. W. Woosley, Sec y. You Can Get Better Shoes at Lower Prices will learn some things about shoe style and perfect shoe comfort that you've never known before.. GET You ACQUAINTED with "Endwell" shoes. Let tho parents, tho father as well as tho mother. Impress upon their young- - daughters, whether they aro In tho country school houso or college that tbo truo woman's sphere Is In the home, nnd tho great business nnd educational world that havo thrown wide open tho doors for woman does not detract ono lota from tho Impor tance of hor sphere. Put homo first and foromost; for there will como a tlmo when tho homo clrclo will bo broken, when you long "for the touch of a vanished hand and tho sound of a voice that is still" and when your greatest pleasure will bo In remembering that you di all in your power to put a song under every burden to mako each other happy. A kind word costs but little, but it may bless all day tho ono to whon It is spoken. Nay, have not kind words been spoken to you which havo lived in your- - heart through years, and borno fruit of joy nnd hope? Let us speak kindly to one and another. We havo burdens and worries but lot us not, thcreforo, rasp and irritate thoso near us, those we lovo, thoso whom Christ would have us savo. "Endwell" shoes will outwear any other shoes you ever bought for equal money. leather Because they are made of Endicolt-Johnso- n You can save a good bit of the money you've been spending for shoes for yourself nnd your family and get better shoes. the only leather in this country tanned by shoe manufacturers for their own shoes. taist II I0 I Prices $3,00 $3.50 $4.00 sS M ft V0aaaaaaaaW It is when tho sun has gono down thnt tho homo influences becomo actual and potent. In oponlng the tender bud of young characters, tho light from tho heartstono Is far moro efSHOE ficient than tho sunlight. Tho disNo. 830 Black or brown merit cnlf tinctive characteristics of tho homo (a strong but soft and pliable dull life are manifested most strongly finiiheil chromo tanned leather). " Trudge " lst. "Mag "pattern. Gusset when tho labors of tho day nre endtongue to eiclndo mud ana wet. Heavy ed and tho family gather round tho doublo oak aolo. AihoewltligowJ for tho ovenlng. Ouo hour style, but ball t strong for turd winter wear. Just one of 100 new style. of ovenlng homclife Is worth a month ENDWELL flro-sld- o of tho ordinary dally experience. SULLIVAN BROTHERS a i Our country needs grand and good men nnd to becomo a grand and good man ono must bo a grand and good boy. It is a wrong idea that every FINAL SETTLEMENT. boy must "sow his wild oats." When All parties owing the you sow a crop of wild oats you must lorn Ill km, Jr., by notr rv tako tlmo to harvest a crop; and the will pli eomo forward . ere i) Is noer any thine but chaff at inc Parties holding i' "Wild oats" need never be sown The galnat said estate are alm tlmo spent In sowing wild oats U to present, same at once 1 lost, for the tlmo could worso than Japan now has 31 electric railways. I.ON. Kit . Admr. bo spent in sowing n crop that would wiia a trackage or 507 mile. yield a goldon hnrvost. He careful A telephone system, about tho kind of seed you sow, for Is being tried out In Amsterdam. Tree ittN from the .Mai." "whatsoever a man sowoth that shall Graphite should not be used on an ' iln le Iwlng produced ki tl. he also roap." t engine timer as it will Itlo Grande valluy this a the current. commercial sale for the tn The repair and removal of Injtru-men' We ought to consider homo and all costa the Now York TuleDhono The )Md this season will three to flvo bale per acre the members of the household as en company J 6,000,000 a yoar. A portable electric Inmn. useful in titled to tho first consideration In all T.yric Saturday Nutbt things. What aro thoso we meet In miners or othor persona who have to Hoclotv to im that we should tako work In tho dark, haa been Datentod such pains to be agreeable to them by a New York man. Recent testa on and neglect those who havo the strong Drooklyn electrlo the aahoa from a company's boilers est claim upon ub? It all comes showed from 8 to 12 per cent of com. because wo havo got Into n buatlble matter. wrong way of thinking. Wo havo put 8hort circuiting and tho consequent tho homo Into tho background when blowing out of futea is obviated by it should occupy the foremost place a new Incandescent lamp socket which in our thoughts. Wo should strlvo haa separate Inlets for Its leading In to make ourselves such pleasant mom-bor- wires. An Australian eloctrlclan has In- of the household band that our vented a devlco to glvo warning of absence Is like the loss of the roof movements In mines In tlmo for from a summer day. Wo can miners to eacano ahouM ihr bo do It and we will do It if wo enter dancer. into the right spirit tho spirit of A now pocket tool cleans InsulaUon Finally Cured by Lydia E. Pink- from electric wires as It u homo. along thorn and will soparate without injury two wires which may be twist- linm's Vegetable Compound. "rlj TVl ' r onrVnrAil tnr flr ' .1 Call for supplies at E. C. fllco's ed together. nt TO clean a coal mtno of 8hoe Store for your Singer Sewing . from femalo troubles nnd hfli it in. I ulinost Scotch onglneor has perfected apparMachines. went to tl atus, worked either by oloctrlclty or ton nnil t comprcisod air to first Hi.i.i-- h .t, V1 inn tin imrxl duit by air Jets and then remove It by sister ncTvlM-- i ' sucuuu, try Lydia I l n ham's Vojff 1 Taking a machine which Konerntn. i v 'I an oloctrlc currant thnt r .' 4 Compound A when I had BOlf 100,000 times a Bocond. a GorI man sclentlat has Invented a system "Vli .lf!d V onlv two boM ' ? ; ?OAT2s; could spo .1 of wlroles telegraphy that " change, ho 1 nceda no fffl H fit park gaps. six bottles ami l an I I 7' nniv nlrnnrf find W nptln. I don't know how to txircss n;n my thanks for tho good It has il And you would like long riournlgla of tho fnco, hopo hair? Rich, heavv hnlr? hnndB or feet requires a shoulders, nnd 1Lyifla all miirerlnff women powerful plvo . I'inkham'fl Vt'K'ta' Vi Beautiful, luxuriant hair? rcmody thnt will ponetrnto tho flesh t Ollirwillllil n trill It .,... MALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT wclsltt In ffold." Mrs. That is perfectly natural, and that power. Rubbed In whoro It. V. II. Xo. 7, Urio, J. 1 E.nuluh. we are here to help you. tho pain Is felt Is nil that Is neccs-sn- r Lydla K. l'lnkliain'sl'a. VoRCtaWo to relievo tho suffnrini inado from native roots ai I Ayer's Hair Vigor is a great store normal conditions. Price nn,i 2Cc,C0c herbs, contains no narcotic or harmaid to nature in producing wiu fi.uv.oum uv inrKmnn iirm r ful drugs, and liolda tho rec nl for Iho largest number of actual cun J just the kind of hair you deWhlskoy will bo nHsesBed this year of femalo of ami sire. Do not be afraid to nt $10 n barrel, tlin smnn no i.. thousands diseases wo know of voluntary testlincifM-- ry year, If tho tontatlvo assessment mndo arc on fllo In tho I'inklmm labora' use it. No danger of its col(it Lynn, Mass., from women w ho oring your hair. The ingre- by tho Hoard of Valuations and been cured from almost every forn ef lato this nftornoon Is mailo femalo cornplaintH, such as fiillan "" dients are all given on each final, is believed that this will Uon, ulceration, displacements, IH ' a label, thus enabling your bo tho it flnnl assessment, as tho board tumors, Irregularities, porlodio piin'. doctor to wisely advise you indicated It thought $10 n fair vnlue. backache, indigestion and nerv m prostration. Every milTerlng woman concerning its use. Consult pwes It to herself Lydia 13. l'jnk- Your stato, county and ar.hnni in. mm o vt'gciniuo to give him freely. He knows. tonipoiinu n "";, la now duo and payable Goaldor you wnnt Hpcclnl ntlvlco vt rllo M.3. By It. J. Q. ATEB CO.. Low.tl. M... Mrs.IMiikluun, Lyiiii,IIiis4.. forit. Johnson, Sheriff. EUKTRIOL NOTES short-circui- 1 j I y- - u SHE SUFFERED a aun-shln- o FIVE YEARS ... Want Long Hair? 1 ir f i'i '? w pos-seaj- .. Cm-poun- to-da- y i 1 to .If itls free nua Hlwaya Itelpf uli m m ! T""