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A notice of expiration Is Riven here 16 days nuead with vr $' per Vcar n Advance , h , OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY IO o rptl'ituy i , i aiirvlr It an rnouilK. . jrrnm 3 nprr So mini Is H.r tontx'iiil r n tint Hint Klr runty mid hi I rt THE HieKMAN Volume 52 -rr- Local News it hi -- " -r-'m HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, eURIER. 1911 Number 23 A Blue Mark 'iwiifi Relieves Backache Instantly . ITEMS OF INTEREST. William HvliiK A Cook, aged 70 yearn, Mn) field, died Wednesday .Z IT Pin 1AI US mm mm. ' EVERY HK.Kn.4N drl wiiTffiwiiiifvi'WfVffiw'Tf'iifriiifrififfr, at Liniment is a grfcnt It ly Uv baikachc. t talcs and relieves pun instantly no rub- just lay necessary a lightly. ltev Spurgeou Wingo attended a ministers' mooting In llorxloy on Wednesday of lout weok Miss Faustina Wingo as a Ruetit lit tliu Caldwell Utcrutt bidding in Trenton, Toun.. Inst Thuidu) Schwab Suits aro doubly guurhnteo to bo all wool and to wear to your satisfaction See them at Llobovltz Kentucky surprlftos nobodj by ro cording a substuutlnl lotor for th Democrats The llluw Oraa Stat l normally Democratic. rOU .SA1.IC Hone Comb llhoile Is land 1U1 and Silver laord Wyandott cockerels SI 00 ouoh, nlso n fw oxl UjaudoU bens and Pullets at 76 cwnu eacb illlS. FLOItHNCH U1CE I'realunt Taft U going to draw tho lino bulwcun irototlon and fro irudti on cotton and woolun made Mr. farmer, walch the way Koods jour cougruMman ota on thfu b.hs No moio applicants for pardon will Uj mm b Wlll0u during the remainder of hU turm of office The Uou-rno- r A)a that there lt so much bualnuts on bla bauds now that In will not bate llnio to talk, to any body about a pardon unlith It is a "" V C ,IYCAIIJI11C3. ? J Amen! UJ The seasQn cp'rliesjigairt' Next to dear Ciirlstm Imparts A glow of recolIcctiprrfolToarid, . And rcumtthfv-p&ciTjmfrrIn tliankfulr&rt And one grand, gorgeous, gofmandizlnp bender. c Here's Proof. .i i ot-h- v ll r Wdt Kutt in ilx lkr Wr 1 riftcfti. i yrMt stm I a Mr i uir U t Mmc iMt, tu 1 V? ltl 4 A i J. t il I to ft fl tl J IhtUat t cjaw Im (u uwyour 4 Uulc VltiMMlt UK-- la Uol-- l I Iff NuRMAN. 1L.UUUK WljtKI .U iri lor ' 4IMM1 I II 'Snh'ghjmn 1orjhctfffiH& UU- - SLOANS LINIMENT it i arcllvlng. lanks Thanks for the turkey and thanks for the pie. Ttianks forjhcjpys of Thanksgiving. Let us give tr inks, Wc cranksv I'or all the, boons and blessings orthe yc: ) (T( That fall.aV thick as hops, Upon our heads if wCvC'ould'onlvTcnow My rccolu?ctio1i isn't vry clearvz wfeLn A t But thcrc die crops-- f Dumper bLmost respect5j5utistcsMioAV, A yield Unpreccdcntcdirora the fruitful field . Pumpkins kIow golden by the rustling: shocks, ". Hogs arc hoc-fap AxZ HcCA. 'XjCj-And that is in me common, iruimui term wuai miocm. C. The bins and barns are busting, JU is the farmer's cup, tYiV Full , iv And he is trusting 1 To get some of the interest paid up. A The Gift Maker's BEST OPPORTUNITY! J 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 see the new goods, embracing best remedy fur J atim, neuialgia, threat sfd sprains. ' -- r . t Kim of ItroeVIrn, turn's urn in m. Sold by all Dtahrs. Price, 33u, 50c, arid 5 1 .00. mit'itu rd." NY, I Jnlsnral U Itw t lunumltliU(. U-- fy Tl'&Prrh 2 i tt lo. X APPROPRIATE W I BEAUTIFUL ft-- " V.- -. V. -- ts , I fl li II inciter of Ufo and death. We have new novelties In nice but Inexpensive goods. We have But In ALL grades and at at ALL prices nicer and more costly gifts. we can supply you with THE NICEST and MOST APPROPRIATE GIFTS FOR LITTLE or BIG, OLD or YOUNG. Do not fall to see our Special attractions in LrSSSDlS WV l Tho Oi&rk. .Mountains were namwd b- tho early French who oxinorod U.o MusUklppl Vulloy. Thoy namrd TJicy OF HISTORY CURIOUS BITS tho mountains (more properly called niilij "Aux Arc" tho place of tasaut-tlu- l bills. From "Aux Arc" tbo took tbo natnu of Ozarks. Sotnu of tbo moat beautiful uctmory lu tbe UulUtd Hutoa Is In thej bllU. Uggs aro going up aa U Kn-glta- tt d'i II they nave anyiuacmcy may get Five per ccjtfpf the price to consumerf' Let us ctve thanks That in thiscastof troubles there wero planksv c5knaw To keep us all a (Voati l Tn hitt-ninll are happy and gay, arc the farmcrs-Qbd- a thn tflhla-httnmr- .' J Trf Uatel? es 7 n--- their cus- WHEN THE CRESCENT WENT DOWN BEFORE THE CROSS Dy A. W. MAC It will soon be twelve since the Cross end the cen-tu'i- rt U J. T. 1)11 lion, manager of tho Lyric, week beginning Jan. 1, 1912. Miss Agno8 Aruher, who from tho flrat irighta appearance here, has boon u faorlto witli our people, was uoer mi cletor, and iie filled tho part of Per"Lady Isabel" brimming full. fectly abo protrayed her part aa tho happy, contented wife of "Archibald Carlyle" lu tho quaint little suburb ot "Hast Lynne" aud later as a loer of a seemingly husband, auvn sho gboa hor Iteort mid hand to onothor ("Francla Lcin80u") who later, deoorts hor aud the child In a lonoly tenement In London Her acting of tho part of u miserable, degraded outcast, who had brought fltiatno upou a family of tho nobility, la wlUiout criticism. In tho last act, however, when disguised bb a goernis in tho homo of hor a husband who had sluco married woman sho despised, thinking his for-mvMfo dead. Miss Archer easily surpassed nuy dramatic act seen In this city for soeral years, and lu tbo latter part of tho act when she discloses hor IdenUly to her husband whllo on her death bed, ninny moist Copyrlf ht, 1111. by Joseph M. Bowles ) oyes woro to bo seen In tho audience Tho play was good, but Miss Archer Y0 flm trnnAn nnumliAPrt ..am was eon hotter. Dally Citizen, SearI us to. Wblto Bros, rhono 135. cy, Ark. deadly combat valley of the and the Cres I' In ignomlnout t't dead had a ' urdred years, but nit wor rers were pressing forward w' fanatical zeal, and bid fair conquer the earth. They had aded Persia and Syrln, and i pressed Into Egypt. Thence ey had twarmed Into Spain, 'y ng waste Iti towns and c ties with fire and award. And r w they wero overrunning F'anre In plundering hordes, r ng death and destruction to inhabitants. Against them went Charles Martel, until then petty Franklin king. He was ab e to rr ster only a thousand soldiers, picked up here and there; but they were made of stern ituff, and were defend Ing their homes. For two dayt the battl raged some accounts say seven days and at Its close many thousands of Saracens lay dead, while he rest were In terror-stricke-n flight. It was a marvelous victory, and It rolled back the tide of Moslem conquest. Du for It, Mohanv rredanlsm might have overrun Europe, and set back the hands of progress a thousand years. C (I'ent met In the beautiful e in France, went down de'est Mahomet " tom with tbo approach of ttio Christ-tua- a holidays. Tbey havo adauced autorai tenia In prico por doxuuboro within tho past week, and bid fair to go up some more beforo thoy rvach Chicago markets In top notch. fttmh eggs aro raro as Jewels and aru not quoted lu tho dally bulletins, laoro being not enough to plate on U. market. rn Some raft Or boat v Or other craft To justify tho vtevrof JVIr.TifP -And lend a kind ofcrl rTo his assurances of our prosperity. There's Standard Oil, Though not a hopelcsswcckj. Without a wriggle in itsicalywil Has got it in the neck. And while there is divergent Oninlon Respecting probabjiitfes of die dorSnni; Of the Insurgent, -- CCStill at some future day to vsessr - iV sr Ka.Jk g vx. V r ,jAnx) s& S . v Diamoi7d5 rT-.- Jeulry -rf y r--r" S r- - ...- - !5 oi J I Jl s wv NiOr yVuP A . 1. r" J Siluer (joodj Cut Glass, Clocks, Novelties, Etc. Our silverware includes the famous 1847 Rodgers Bros. Our stock is generous in variety and includes only of approved worth backed by the standing and reputation of one of the oldest jewelry houses in Select your gifts from our big stock Fulton county. and you will get the Best and Most Appropriate Presents obtainable at Prices that will delight you I goods Take a good Itfstyjiack atEhl v,hole, si I 1 1 -- And not look wlthjirtaspeit toocritlcal-1-Ifrth- c optimist's sTgltt rays of roSebteJfght pnine amwarr wc nurtzun yumit.ui. j-'- T fortheycar "?. i 1 . e ' J . Let us civc thanks "a Tliat here and there we get some sorts and sizes Of priies Among1 our blanks, Some cheering specimens of len cent j otte; In this life's lottery If she wc wooed is won Let us be grateful. If when our plea is done Wc get the fateful PCk -- j ( i, - )) . All goods purchased at this store l&ill be en- graved FREE by our expert engraver, "Nitl" W nnl tnt tUnt wnrrv Many a fellow that is tumeoiIoHy !t1 fifWyuP vv ill .v C. G. lias cause ior icrveiu uijiimuih oqhi iai..11 xv O Give praise And guileful thanks if st bcks yoh'vcl ought go kiting ' And you sell out before They tumble, oJ1-- ri Ami nmko a r.iiso: l . lint if it is the other wayoh t grum pie. There's no use Betting" sore. M.ick off next time you colie suckers t)itinc:73 "e tiratcfut if you've learned i low mufw mi ' uVXXA'V y I Schlenker's CHRISTMAS HEADQUARTERS .UUiLlAitiLiiiliLiUJ Wv uh 'A . nj ',W ' ,... THE HICKMAN NEWS COMPANY ANfjA HELM ELLIJjON nnd GEO. CLINT ELLISON Have opened a News Stand in tielm it Ellison's Drug Store, for of keeping in stock, at all times, a very complete line of the-purpo- 11 V Not to linger, fust be grateful fo the measure ofwitrtnTctes ..... .. jiml 4litym fvtrtfle .... ..... I un, my ii hiiiii wi"' i " " "" i' tzsi For a day be gay and happy, flaws for one day rfoplt uqpcjktng; " Stop your everlasting kicking. the faces bright around you, be the outlook ne'er so murky, Male Fill yourself with pie and turkey And give thanks! not to get your clumsy fingers burned. NOTICE TO OUR PATRONS AFTER DECEMBER 1 Our business will be changed to "" jU C4 se STRICTLY CASH to Periodicals and Magazines """" ct Prices jur Ttnt-i.l- n'nc8 as will tnin .nu - nuicazlnn OUr Mag- w Aiagazincs uro uoumicu nmmntlv. - flnt . Issued. You can stop thorn or chnngo them at any tlmo. wo ........ ...... . .t - ni .1nh rntos. Low- -suoscripuon tor any eineiu I'atronlzo" homo pcoplo, them If your paper or guaranteed. rnit,. . i i, ...m k nHnnttMl nromnllr. ..i uiuura .. tor .iil...l v..r.;- ii Your Fatrounso SOlloltort Burglar's AWTuI Deed. mav not naralyzo a homo so com pletely as a mother's long illness. Uut Dr. King's Now Life Pills are a splendid remedy for wompn. 'Thoybenefit in constli:no mo wonderfull...l.l H uj.nln Mm ... pation nnu iomuio """"; j""" If M. C Dunlap. of Loadlll, Tenn. ailing try them. 2Bc at Holm & A " Irregular bowel movement lead to chronic constipation and a constlpato habit fills tho system with Impurities. IIEKIHNE Ira great bowel regulator. It purifies tho system, vitalizes tho blood and puts the digestive organs In fine vigorous condition. Prlco 50c. So'd by Hickman Drug Co. Meeting nights of Fulton Lodge, No. 83, I. O. O. F. Thursday Sept. Oot. 12- - 36; Nor. Dc. 7 14-2- 8; ing this we will be able to sell the same quality of goods at much everybodyno exceptions. By do- n. LOWER PRICES THE HICKMAN NEWS COMPANY, laone 185 and for a trial 0f4er oX Matheny Bros. &Plant BEDELS CHPIU0E I KENTUCKY STATE NOTES. Items Gathered From Over Tho State. L. Frankfort. Frankfort may be cnos en aa the site for a general camp to be used by the regiments of the Kentucky National Guard when gathered once a year for Instruction and rlflo SEIZURE OF TOWN, WHICH WILL practice. The National Government Is considering the leasing of sixty-fou- r BE RUINED, BELIEVED TO acres adjoining the present camp site BE IMMINENT. in Dellpolnt, near Frankfort, and it this Is done there will be ground enough for all three regiments to 2500 ARE KILLED IN CITY pitch tonts at the same time. AdJL .Tnlinfitnn Hon P k.tvr that the leasing of the additional ground and the establishment of ft genornl State Revolutionists Prepare to Move From camp dopends on the city of Frankfort CapiTientsin Upon the Chinese agreeing to build a road to the camp. tal Foreign Dlmplomats It this Is dono the Government will locato the caraD slto hero Instead of Hold Conference. i . I amIbvIII. &uu W4.U... ' ll til Vlvil uroi LAfUiaillit-- . Ttin tnmn hero Is bellered to be peculiarly de-. V Shanghai. Nov. 28. The rebels cap- - e'raDie tor encampment, purposes oetured part of the city of Nankin nt cause 01 lta jocauon on mo iveniucKj noon, according to messagos received river. Camp Leased For Five Years, from uprlver, following a desperato a. II. Lipscomb, secretary of the battle which has been raging nearly two days. The town's complete cap- - Louisville Commercial Club, said ho y tore Is Imminent. It still Is being taj not heard of the proposed bombarded both from the land donment of Camp Orell, us reported, and river sides. and said ho djd not know what. If any, Nankin, It Is believed, virtually will acti0n will bo tokda by tho Conunerc-b- e destroyed. For 24 hours a rain or j CjUD hells haa been poured Into It from j "When tho attention of the club Is s the forts which overlook It on three I calIoU to tho njatter through the and from the rebel warships la iIcatlon ot your dispatch," said Mr. tLiDscomb. "I will tako ud tho matter the river. The quarter already captured was wJth tho prc8ident of tbo Commercial found bi ruins. Corpses were scat- - club and lt ,8 proDabi0 m or. wumuwo xerea everywner. u i then will refer the matter city have sanitation J.B00 persons liuido the to a special committee for investiga been killed. Of the rebels several tion. I do not know and cannot fore hundred have fallen. cast tho findings of such a commitThe garrison on Purple Hill showed tee." signs at last accounts, however, of bo Arthur E. Mueller, a real catato Tho Imperialist soldiers broker, through whom the lease ot surrender. will be massacred If they fall Into tho Camp Orell was closed, said rebels' bands alive and evidently feel "The property was leased to the they may as well die fighting. INCOHPO RATED State ot Kentucky for five years, Revolutionary leaders here are hur- with a five year renewal clause The plans for a move against Pekln. rying Stato also reserved tho right to purX force Is ready at Canton tb embark chase the property at the expiration as soon as the rebel warships arrive lease, If desired. to transport them to Tientsin, whence of thewas made It so years ago, That two deal and they will march upon the capital. Hog klillw; time. Acaln wo say It shop early. whether or not encampments In the statute says lt affords necessary pro CARPENTER-LUCAS- . safeguardi future are held at Orell tho State will tcctlon to employes and passengers Japanese Troops Go to Pekln. MIm Or iut DeI.on, of Thrvo MIm Lur-llIlondurant mm r . Miss Uonnlo Carpenter and Mr hunbe compelled to pay rent for three the lives and property of Toklo, Nov. 28. Twenty-sove- n States, was hero Saturday. oil from n visit ti re la lire i Kdwln Thomaa Lucas ot Mayflcld. Japanese troops are under orders years more" dred Mr and Mrs C T Rondurant and City. rv united in marrutgo Saturday Report Is Erroneous. to leave Nagoya for Pekln and TienMIm Minnie Coats, of Mtnupi.it the legation and Inaugaratlon of Governor Dec 12. tsin, to No offl lal taster Is on tho Job at tht night at nine o'clock at tbo pretty son, Reld, nro In St. IjouU. consular garrisons. In conformity with Miss Nannie Tnnkorsley, of Dore-n- a, horu attending tho blsfclr ( M will be governor a mansion. The governoi homo of tho bride' parents, Mr. and James B. McCreary a decision reached at a conference of Inaugurated governor ot Kentucky and Mrs. Wlllson were much amusec Mrs Vol Carpenter, of this city. Mo, waa here Saturday. Docla Cnrpentor. the foreign diplomats at the Chinese December 12, and for the sec- at tho exaggerated stories that havtj Tho wedding, through quite n sur- Mm. I'nullno fields has returned Cape L. I). Tullls, who ond tlmo in his long career of public eatftaL ftrljjt In MiAnv tt thnw trinnAia hflil from a tlslt to Kulton friends pilot on the Loo Line service will tako up the duties ol ing of somo chickens belonging to tht . .' . as wio Hmo. It chief executive of Kentucky. His In- governor, especially tho report that U'en p,anntd xindlii a few days at 1. Gates, of Memphis, Is here to GOULD OUSTER IS DENIED auguration memora no food was used unUl It had been ex a vor' 1ulot u,ra,r U,oro bo,nB on,Jr see his will be the most nlco. Miss Docla Carpenter. " l Outgoing N. G. k 8L L. ir i ft close friends and relative Merged Against Properties bio In the history of the state for amlned to see If It contained poison. Suit Mrs W A. Carpenter and llttlo not stop hereafter la Ww or hx presonL Rev. O. V. Wilson, of tho more reasons than one. Ho will be as Attorney Brought by Hadley o the first governor to be Inaugurated Entire Stock Must Be Subscribed. First Methodist church, performed daughter left Tuesday for their hom Hickman, but paajongers coin r General Falls In Sup. Court. at the now capltol. and In all human Atty. Gen. Breathitt has decided a tho ceremony, which town will bo lot oft at tnn brief but at Troxenant, Tenn, Jefferson City, Mo., Nov. 28. The probability will be the last governoi matter of much Importance to lew. very Impressive Upwards of 200 lllckmanltps took tho roiiduotor txsinx notlfWJ u. t a.- Missouri supreme court denied the ot Kentucky from the rapidly thin- banks in Kentucky. The attorney gen-- , M,.a Canmnt.,r nm! Mr. lup- -. worn n trip around the now bolt linn SunAllbouch tho weather hit ouster asked by Governor Hadley ning ranks of the old confederate sol- eral says that a bank must have bona ago, but day and walked back from East when attorney general to dissolve the diers. fide subscriptions of capital stock ot sweethearts several learn somewhat unfavorable, a UrK - t merger ot the Gould lines ot railroads In former years, the lnauguratloi the amount required by the statute had not soon each other for quite a Hickman. ! ber of ladles hato taken and properties in this state. The of a governor of Kentucky served as and half ot that amount paid up la whllo. They met again this summer ., Mrs. J. M. Hubbard loft Monday Uu opportunity to seo th. opinion was written by Chief Justice a reunion of confederate soldiers, and cash before It can do business as a and renewed their old lovo, which for Cincinnati where she will visit (Ic Rango draonirat!oii at ' Valllant and concurred In by all the It Is more than probable that this oc- bank. Ho says it would be manifest- resulted In tho happy union. Tho other Judges except Judge Kennlsh, casion will serve aa such an event ly unfair to a depositor for a bank brjdo wore a handsome navy bluo her daughter. Miss Charlotte, who man Hardware Co. tht Is attending the Conservatory of Mu coffee blsculu and buttor a wbo was assistant nttorney general The white haired wearers of the graj to hold out to the public that lt had tailored suits und tan shoes and glovt-sic there when th rase was fined, and for that will be in Frankfort on December U a capital stock of $100,000 to securt served free to all visitors very striking Gogo bat in tan reason e'id not sit of this year, for every confcderaU his deposit, when as a matter of fact and a The defendants were ordered dis- soldier who can carry a cane will be lt only had a little over half that sum, and brown1. Sho Is one ot tho most popular charge d These defendanta were the In town on that day. M soi, rl Pacific railroad, the Rich and attractho young women that II II Coal Mining company, the West-er- a Hour Limit Law Upheld By Judge. Hickman has over afforded, and beMembers Kentucky Club : ( nai Mining company and the kerCHOO!" sides being a fine- business girl sho The court of appeals sustains a fed Kinat 's and Mlsouri Elevator era! statute limiting the number ol la qulto accomplished and a favorite Those caring to participate hours a railroad employe may work In tho social circles. Sho botongs to continuously in affirming the case ol in the dance to be given on ono of tho first families of tho town Thirteen Autos Off In Big Race. the St. Louis Iron Mountain & South Savannah. Ga.. Nov. 28. The first ern railroad against Cordle McWhlr Dec. 7th, will kindly leave and county. "'rVj IV J W car in the great Vanderbilt cup race ter, administrator, on appeal from list of names of those they Mr. Lucas is tho youngest son of a big Lozler, driven by Harry Grant illckman county. Edward McWhlrtcr Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lucas, of May-fielgot away at 11:45 a m., and the 12 an employe of tho raldlroad, was kill- wish to invite with the Comformerly of Mayfield, Ky., and ssisisisisisV.'aan V1 others jumped into the plunging con- ed at a time when he had been oo comes from one of tho most aristo on Entertainment M.ftl test at intervals. The duty for mo-- e than sixteen hours, thli mittee cratic, families In that placo. Ho is weather was perfect, the course In being a violation of tho statute whlcb a very popular young man with a host One condition and the crowd the limits the hours ot continuous em Tho weather of the past threo of friends. Tho brldo and groom left greatest ever gathered hero. ployment to sixteen hours. Tho wid Snow Immediately after tho ceremony for A bad cold Is the most dangerous common Illness you cin i '' ow qualified as administrator and on days haa been rather "raw." fell early Tuesday morning but melt- Memphis, where they will bo until Hickman Courier and suit recovered Judgment for J3.000 ftr from. To a bad cold may be traced more deaths than any a tho first of tho yenr, after which tlmo al $1.25. The court of appeals in upholding tht ed as fast as lt hit tho earth. ment In the world. It Is easy to acquire but Is as easy to get i they will mako their homo InMayfiold of If you try our way. Take where Mr. Lucas will bo engaged with his father in tho lumber business. Thoso attending tho wedding wero I ly, Mr. and Mra. W. A. Johnston nnd family, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. D. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Choato nnd family Mr. and Mrs. Ascher Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Shaw, Miss Mat-tl- o May Bcay, Mrs. Emma McKecl, of Mayflcld, Miss Acnes Key, of May-fieland Cowglll Rogers. Compounded of the finest drugs It Is possible to obtain If Congratulations. taken In tlmo It Is guaranteed to relieve tho congestion caued AVOID THE RUSH BY COMING EARLY by phlegm, to cure that tightness In the head, Horscbal Smith, of Kulton, was to atop that eoth hero Monday on business. and to give you a pleasant feeling of relief. It Is a safe and in e remedy with a long record of cures to Its credit. Can bo taken by "Schwab" $15.00 special suits aro extordlnary big valuos. LlobovlU. young or old. Tho Courier goes to press one day earlier this week on account of Send or Call for a Bottle at once, Price 25c Thanksgiving. Mrs. Rllla Kord, of Cairo, will spend Always havo somo of the following In tho house at this t "ie Plain Silk and Wool Knit Mufflers Reefers, Silk Hose in Fancy Boxes, Silk Hose and Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. " of the year. nnd Mrs. Otto Hortwock, Ties to Match, in Fancy Boxes, Lined and Unlined Dress Gloves, Full Dress AccessoNeu-He- d Mrs. Salllo Adams arrived hero Mon ries, High Grade Neckwear in Fancy Boxes, Suspender Sets in Fancy Boxes, Linen and Croup Remedy Neu-He- d Candy Laxative day from Tiptonvlllo to attend tho Cotton Handkerchiefs Boxed, 3 and 6 in box, Umbrellas, Night Robes, Pajamas and Neu-He- d " bcd)tdo of Miss Docla Carponter, who Headache Capsacold and Tarpine Sweaters. And last but not least, Shoes, Shirts, Hats, Caps and Underwear are always is very low. Tho ladles of tho Episcopal church acceptable Christmas Presents, and you will find here the best the market affords. All Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction will havo a bazaar at tho homo of or Money Refunded. Mrs. T. T. Swayno Friday afternoon, beginning nt 2:30. .All ladles nro cordially invited to attend. Chaa. Noonon, ono of tho very best fellows In tho county, has purchased tho Farmers Union Milling company plant at Fulton, formerly owned and 'The Nyal Store" operated by Durton & Co. Hero's wishing him success. . PART OF MINI Important Mttinery Announcem't Tomorrow and until disposed of, we shall have on sale all of our Pattern and Street Hats, at Reduction of from ' 1 t-- WZi ,A 7ii 51 1& nban-heavil- for CASH ONLY. All Hats included, none reserved. pub-tide- All Feathers and Willow Plumes included in this sale. BALTZER & DODDS DRY GOODS CO'. e ' , , u -t ' - BAD CO0S l4Z :Sfi NOW IS THE TIME: To Buy For Christmas The Most Complete Line of Holiday Goods We Have Ever Shown... Capsacold and Tarpine d, ' MILLET & ALEXANDER t- Helm & Ellison J.""9 - j. T j X lrtFrJ 2jHByg? LOOK' WHO'S COMING TO HICKMAN! , CHOATE-TKRELKEL- Popular Young People of. this Section Wed Tuesday. On Tuesday afternoon, ' -- bHi ' HW 1 Si'jxjal JYHM i p'1 - HERE ARE 66 TESS TED" THE "STAR BRAND" KIDS The children of this vicinity have long been waiting to aee clever "Ten and Ted." Well, they are coming here and will give two ' ....FREE ENTERTAINMENTS...! A Novel and Amusing Song nnd Dance Vaudeville Act At 3:00 and 7:30 o'clock No building In town WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13 . li big enough to hold the crowd at one performance, to two will bo given, ono In the afternoon, the other In the1 evening, In order that everybody may have a chance to tee the (how. "Tea &. and Ted" represent tho Roberta Johnton you have heard connection with our famous of St. Loult, and aro tho little fok o much Rand Shoo Co., about in "TESS AND TED" SCHOOL SHOES A BIG TREAT FOR CHILDREN! Grown Folks Invited. Don't Let Them Miss The Fun Do Souvenir For The Children. Free ticket! for entertainment at store. sure and get one. Smith LAST-YEAR- 'S & Am berg SIX KILLED NEAR WRECK Wrecker Fight Over Box of Explo- alvet Floating on Water Part of Prince Joachim Cargo. CleTol&nd, O., Nor. 28. Six wreckers were blown up whilo attempting to aecura a floating box of explosives, part of the cargo of tho steamship Prinx Joachim, which went ashore November 22 on tho rocks at Atwood Bay. While tho cargo of the Piinx Joachim was being Jettisoned, a swarm of wreckers lay about, watching an opportunity, according to their custom, to salvage any part of the cargo. A chance camo when three boats almost simultaneously spied a floating box. They mnds for it with all haste Whon the three boats, each contain ing two men, reached tho box there was a sharp strugglo to see which should got it nboard. Watchers aboard the Prlnz Joachim then saw tho water thrown high in the air by an explosion. "OVERCOAT of tho hrido's parents cast of towm Miss Lillian Cboato and Mr. R. AI- vln Threlkold woro united in marrlaco Rev. M. E. 8tanlov. of Fultnn. nor. forming tho ceremony. The wedding wns a qulot affair, with only relatives nnd a fow immediate friends attending. Tho marriago camo as n groat surprise to many of tho closest friends of tho contracting1 parties, nnd thoso who did suspect tho happy event wero not expecting it to occur at such an early dato. Tho bride woro a bluo traveling drcss long bluo coat, with hat nnd gloves to match. Sho is tho oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Choato, ono of our wealthy planters nnd stockmen, and a young lady of charming personality. Although a member of tho younger set, during her social career sho has been a favorite with a largo number of Take a Peep at Our Show Window. friends, and is deservedly popular with all who know her. It goes without baying that sho will make tho man of hor cboico a good wife. Tho fortunate groom Is a son of Mr. nnd Mrs. G. B. Throlkold, of tho Poplar Orovo vicinity, ono of tho old- Incorporated. es and best known families in tho county. Ho is a hustling, progressive young fellow, and has a splendid roputntlon. Ho possesses tho "metal" and ability for making a success LITTLE LADY AT REST. CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS. In anything ho undrctakes and Wo learn as wo go to press (WedAt a special meeting of tho Kenhim ho hns a promising future. Immediately after tho ceremony, nesday noon) that llUlo Miss Dos'.a, tucky Club Monday evening, laws und which occurred at 2 o'clock,. Mr. and daughter of Mr. and Irs. Q. L. Car- regulations for tho government of Mrs. Threlkeld left for Atlanta, Ga. penter died this morning at 10:30 tho organization wero drafted and They will bo gono about ten days and after a long illness of tuberculosis. Officers wero also elected for the beforo returning will visit Chatta- In fact, tho littlo lady has been an innooga and Nashville. valid for about two years. Her ago ensuing year. C. L. Walkor, pros; Tho Courier adds its best wishes vail, for about two years. Her ago C, P. Shumate, vico pros; W. C. Reed treas; and A. E. Konnedyf sec'. An to those of tho many friends of this was about 16 years. Sho will bo composed nappy young couple. May theirs bo as tho winner of this pa- entertainment committee, health and happiness in abundance. per's piano contest a fow years ago. of W. C. Reed, C. P. Shumate and As a dally visitor to this office then Edward Prathcr was appointed. wo learned that sho was a very The Club now has a membership STONES' FATHER DEAD. sweet, sensiblo child, with a heart and of 85. Regular meeting' will bo held Ell Stone, ono of the oldest and soul as pure as snow. Her untimely onco a month; ladies wilt bo 'given roon highly respected citizens of Mi death is- - indeed sad. Sho was tho idol excluslvo use of tho club rooms on lan, Tcnn., died Monday night at 11 of her parents, whom sho loved dear- Wednesdny afternoon of each week. o'clock after a brief Illness. Ho was ly, and they havo tho sympathy of Tho entrance fee was placed at J20; this sad boys under 18 years aro not eligible 70 years old and tho father of our their many friends on to membership. Tho club is founded fellow citizens L. A. Stono of tho Thanksgiving. Funeral arrangements havo not yet on a purely social basis. firm of Baltzcn & Dodds D.' G. Co., and A. R. Stono, of Smith & Amborg. been mado. Burial will likely tako Thoso gcnMemcn have the sympathy placo Friday morning. Tho Clinton Gazotto says Max Shu-maFurther particulars next week. of their many Hickman friends In a German farmer of that sectheir great loss. tion, committed suicide Tuesday morn MnJ. M. A. Walkor, H. L. Curry, of ing by hanging himself. He is the NOTICE I will havo a bargo of Covington, Tenn., and I. W. Dobbins father of Mrs. Forrest Champion, of genulno Pittsburg coal ho re Thurs- nnd wife, of Fulton were guests of Fulton. Tho fact that ho was afflictday. Got your order In quick If you W. A. Johnston nnd wifo Sunday. ed with cancer is supposed to bo the cause of his rash act, want some of It A. A. Faris. Nick Holcoinbe left Tuesday for Capt. Fnudree, of Cairo, was hero Greonvillo Miss., to visit his brother, Jessie Fields ,of Fulton, was hero Sunday to seo Miss Mary KImbro. Tuesday tho gnest of A. A. Faris. T. A. Holcombo. at tho homo Extraordinary Values In BLANKETS Cold wave coming. You had better prepare yourself with a pair of our blankets. We are showing the best and cheapest line, both wool and cotton, at 50c to $12.00 PER PAIR Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co. bo-fo- re Make Your Christmas Selections Early... and avoid the worry and rush of the late shoppers. We are ready to aid you in the selection of desirable gifts and to smooth out many of -- fs wv SZ""s.' 5? - ' W. v m Burglars Get $11,869.21. Pontlac, 111., Nov. 28. Burglars blew opon tho safe of Postmaster W. A. Cameron at Elliott, getting away with $8,000 In gold, S800 In solver and J2.4C9.21 in currency, besides JCOO In stamps. Camoron conducts a banking business. Most of tho money stolen bolocgod to that department. UNFORTUNATE OCCURRENCES. This fall seems to bo tho banner x3 fall for fires. Wo hoar noarly ovexy day of tires occurlng in this end of tho stato. Hickman and vicinity aro MABEL NEWS. Mrs. Annlo Jones. overling with .Miss furnishing mora thnn their share Cuo Stowo was tho guest of Mia Ida Bolt was tho guest of Miss Konnody says "Better bo insured evening. Montgomery Sunday Mny Stowo Saturday night nnd Sun- Bedlo guest of than sorry." day Ugo Urndshnw wns tho "Ho insures 'em." Sunday evenMisses UotUo Montgomory nnd Flor Miss Floronco Joffrics ing. co Jeffries woro tho guests of Mrs. i.ula Vaughn Friday. Kink Ingram nnd his undo. Mr. THE BIG PUMPKIN. were visitors of tho Illdgo SunMlfcs Mjollio Stowo was Uio guest Iloycr, Led ford & Itandlo had on display day. ' her uncle, Coop Uradshnw. Bcvoral ut their storo this week n pumpkin ,Iays last week. Whilo Mrs. Blrdio Pollock was that tipped tho scales at 97 pounds. to Uob Ellis ono day last week, St las Mablo oven Ay ore spent Sunday tho When first pulled it wdghed with Miss cb May and Molllo Stowo. her horso getting scared, turned WO. It was raised on D. B. Wilson's over, threw her out nnd did Vodlo Montgomery wns visiting on buggy farm below town by Paul Whito( ft not hurt her but badly wrecked tho negro. "lo Island Sunduy. buggy. Sirs. Carrlo Kirk Is rojoidng over Bonford Honry nnd wifo woro tho 11 "ew girl at her homo. guests of his mother at Hickman, SatWEATHER: Today cold and unMrs Carrlo Klines visited nor urday night nnd Sunday. Friday fair and slightly settled; ""tlior, Mrs. Alice Jeffries, Sunday. Ezra Anderson wns tho guest of wnrmor. "rent Vaughn and wifo visited hor May Stowo Sunday. mother Saturday night and Sunday. Union Thanksgiving sorvices at tho Mrs. Lula Stowo wns shopping In Lyric. Mrs. Mattle Shaw spent Suullay Hickman Monday. go-in- g -- :E13. ? -- as n k 1 (WAIHINOTOM tTAA. the troubles incident Christmas shopping. . to ii 1 I Merchandise selected now will be laid aside for delivery at any time you may call for them. Our Booklet of Gift Suggestions will aid in solving many a Christmas puzzle. We will gladly give you one. We are prepared to give satisfactory service in every respect. Stocks have been enlarged to meet the increased business that comes with the holidays, and everyone in the store is eager and willing to aid you in the selection of gifts that will best express the Christmas spirit. :il yyMtJte M3r' T -- t' 'i When JJ I - lurkey ij & "St. (J lj I 1 I H J Callea 'woirty (4vi r ,A.m "" Lbu&as The Old Cabinet Maker says: That you can add to the looks or any room by the addition of an odd chair. We have a magnificent stock of such pieces at odd prices; to inspect our stock is to add one or more of these pieces to your home. All good values and very especially priced, as we realize how badly Wf8Hf- - .ESk, ANTED, by a mar- coupio, one rieu lonosomo. homeiilclr American. Must bo alone In London and desirous of eating Thanksgiving turkey with coupio from home. Address will be found at window D." you need them. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCORPORATFD Helen Graham turned after putting up her small sign on tho wall of an American rendezvous in London and spoko to tho man behind window D. "Now, Mr. Gray, you will bo suro to send Bomo very nice Americans to me, won't you? I am trusting entirely to your selection." The over ready smllo of tho American came to her lips and eyes. "Just fancy any Yankeo's being otherwise," laughed the Englishman. "DutI will confine my cbolco to two whom I think worthy of your hospi- tality." UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office SHINGLES AT MILL PRICES $3.00 put Gray up to sending a man and a woman." chldcd Dob Graham as bo assisted his wife up tho wobbling stairs of a Kensington 'bus. In tho meantime Margery Bonner walked leisurely along the Uaymarkct toward tho rendezvous. Her erect back and trim, artistic costume proclaimed ber an American girl. And Hugh Gray, tho man behind window D, was waiting for Margery Bonner. Ho had selected her as ono Thanksgiving dinner. She had been calling for her mall only during the last three woks, but Gray bad discovered ber charm tho very first tlmo ber big blue eyes seemed to coax him for Til bet you . "lloien," put in Mrs. Uranam. "Helen," finished Margery and because thoy wcro both happy a duet of laughter reached tho two men who wcro already smoking the pipe of friendship. "You must say 'hello Jack' as soon as wo get to tho drawing-room,- " prompted Hclon as tho two descended tho stairs. "Hello. Jack," cried Margery when men roso at two equally their entrance. did not lose a second. "Hello, MarJ." he threw back at her. "you put on my favorlto gown, didn't you? Como hero and meet Robert Dexter. Miss Bonner Mr. Dexter." They shook hands and Margery's eyes hid themselves lest ho rend her surprise and yes, dollght at meeting him. "Toll me." cried Margery excitedly, "havo wo time to do something awfully American, before dinner?" Before anyone had answervd. sbo wns away and back again with the package sho had brought with her Sho extended It to Helen "Oh, you dear!" Thoro wcro tears In Helen's oIco as sho hugged two boxes of shelled popcorn to her breast "I haven't seen any of this for six months" Sho turned swiftly to tho bell and tho maid appeared presently corn poppers. with somo There was a choky sensation In the throats nf nil four when these little Implements of American life appeared, and they had tuo effect of breaking tho last barrier of convention existing among tho now mado friend. "The sport is rustic," cried Helen, falling on her knees beforo tho lire, "but I love It!" "And these fires aro Ideal, for popping," exclaimed her husband gaxlng at tho bed of red coals. He went good-lookin- g Jack-Grahalong-handle- SPECIAL CLUB RATES. VEGETABLES Phone I Tho Cpurlor can aavo you money on your nowspapcrs and magazines. I PRODUCE Hero nro a few or tho old regulars: C. II. M00E FRUITS I Tho Hickman Courier and tho Weekly Commercial Appcnl, both ono year, $1.25. Tho Hickman Courier nnd Twlcc-week St. Louis Republic, both ono Dfl. A. year, $1.40. Tho Hickman ourlcr and St. Louis Veterinary Surgeon Weekly both ono year, $1.60. Graduate of Chicago Vet. Tho Hickman Courier and Weekly Cnllene 1893 Courier Journal, both ono year, $1X0. Oflice at Stco Stnhr'ji Llvcrylttirn This Is only a partial list of tho papers with which wo club. We havo BOTH PHONES Junl Issued a 20 pago catalogue givResidence Phone, Cumh 194 ing the rntcs on ovor a 1,000 other periodicals. If you havo not received ono of these catalogues call at tho Calls promptly answered night r office or n postal card with your day- - Satisfaction KuaranteM tmino and address will bring you ono. Ask for tho Courier's 1911-1and nowspapcr flub catalogue. Its frco. Tax Notice, After all, engraved calling cards make the most acceptable of alt Inexpensive gifts. Pay your State, County and Seouoi Sco samples and taxjs now ad save costs of coii-get prices at Courier office. lion. Winter Is almost bore. Phone IDS Goaldor Johntuo and wo will call for )our winter cloth Sheriff, Pulton Com. ; Ing and put them In first class shapo. --White Bios. Phone 185. 0. LOflGMER Globe-Democra- t, 2 mag-nzln- o c v ?&!-r-vHr-y? ''! jktfi&h fjFiX. wxat i ' c:5.vv. M-. -- f . nn v. spsbw letters. He looked up when she stood beby buying direct from the Mill. I manufacture the best shingles in the fore bim. State. All are almost half an inch thick, ani guaranteed. "I want several letters this morning." eho Informed blm, her lips partBeat Heart Shingles, per 1,000 ing over a row of perfect teeth. "Seven letters. Miss Bonner," ho " Best Prime 2.65 said, giving them to her eager bands. "Thank you. When I read these I'm " " Economy 2.00 going to ask you about this," sbo Bald pointing to Mrs. Graham's invitation. Kept in stock at at. my place in West Hickman, or .may be had at Mill at Robert Dexter swung In from tho Tyler. Ky. street, his broad shoulders swaying t and his under an American rain-coa- THE FOUNjOTOMIP EVERY HArrYjfPjE" IS A BANK AmMHt w. iwrium CupruM I .. C:rSgffy ' .ij:.. m" i -- 4bjhim jbbww-t sniiiaew' - !S. Don't Place Your Order Until You See Me c. H. J"n-- 1 smith . HICKMAN, KENTUCKY 11 T Fwnt II COW, S.irETt-H'IT- fENir.Ncr.it i t r.irs to 'do nusi NESS THAT HITII IS .1 BANK CONSERVA .ICCOUNTSi HICKMAN BANK AND TRUST CO COM'ENIENCE FO SO It N't) BUSINESS HE SOLICIT SMALL LVEr iiv e. hut oitekj BANKING H gyyfa$5o.ooogQ5yts y - American eyes seeing everything within range. They lighted at sight of Margery Bonner. And while her eyes were lowered over ber letters, Margery Bonner's heart gave a little Jump when somebody big and broad passed ber on his way to window D. She had covertly admired his clear cut linos and the honest look In his eyes. The girl approached window D again. "Toll me," she askod, "If you know anything about the person who put this notice here!" Tho Englishman smiled his approval of ber directness. "A very charming little woman," he said qutckly. "A Mrs. Graham. She and ber husband arc strangers In London and are simply longing for a friend on whom to lavish a generous Impulse." "Where do thoy llveT" Miss nonner bad mado up her mind. Sho was heartsick and dreading the coming Thanksgiving away from all ber people She reflected that no harm could possibly come of so discreet an offer. The address sho got was near her own boarding house In Kensington. Robert Dexter watched her leave tho office and stop Into a cab and whirl away. In his turn ho addressed the clerk. Dexter was embarrassed, ho was undecided as to how to preface his quory. The clerk saw his predicament He smiled his knowledge of Doxtcr's In the American thero suddenly was born a great liking for all Englishmen. "She Is a Miss Bonner," Gray said without waiting for bo question. When Dexter left the Amorlcan rendezvous, bo had Mrs. Graham's address In bis pocket and Gray took down a certain notlco which ended his part In the planning of a Thanksgiving dinner. de-ir- o. The Sport Is Rustic" down on his knees before her. "Come on, MarJ, get your popper! Here, Dexter, fill this popper for Miss Bonner." Bob Dexter looked at the trio of happy faces In the glow of the firo; tho yellow corn was puffing Into fluffy balls and tho fmgranco of corn permeated the room. The plcturo stamped Itself Indelibly on Doxtcr's mind, especially the profile of the girl bcsldo him. Her delicate face was clear cut llko a cameo among tho shadows. She glanced around and met tho unguarded look In bis eyes and a flush' not cau&cd by the fire mounted her cheeks. By way of covering his embarrassment she handed him her popper. "Here," sho said, "you are doing nothing pop awhile." Ho took the long bandlo, touching her hand In, the transfer. So Intent was tho quartette and so far had the memories escaped Into tho bomo land that thoy did not hear the soft voice of tho maid when sbo announced dinner. To at least two In tho party, there had never been a Thanksgiving din ner moro complete. Cupid stole tho wings of tho turkoy and flapped Joyously about tbe Interchanged two hearts In bis glee. fresh-roasted JVfO true happiness can ever come unltss 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. The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. MARES BEST FOR FARM WORH Pure Bred Animals Are More Profitable From Economlo Standpoint Than Mule or Geldings. ' For the Composing Room in a printing house electric light is the ' See Our Agent Saved Ch'lld From Death. Saad Salamy for high grade "After our child had suffered from severe bronchial trouble for a year," consumption. Wo tried many remedies without avail, and doctor's medi cine jcexnctl as usolcss. Finally we tried Dr. King's Now Discovery, and nro pleased to say that ono bottle effected a complete cure, and our child is again strong and healthy." For coughs, colds, hoarseness, lagrlpp asthma, croup and eoro lungs, ,13 the most Infallible remedy that's made. Price COc and 11.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Helm & san's Mills Ala., "we feared It had wroto C. T. Richardson, of Richard- COAL OIL and GASOLINE Lowest prices and prompt delivery. Absolutely uniform. 0-li7-e TTm a Trial I beautiful llttlo homo on St Mary's road, Margery Bonnor stepped out In tho dnlntlest of gray chiffon tollottos. Sho carried a huge bunch of roses suspiciously like American beauties and a small squaro package. "I received your note, Miss Bonner," said Mrs. Graham as she led the way upstairs and Into ber own boudoir. In her heart she thanked Mr. Gray for his excellent ebolce. "And wo are going to be even moro unconventional and use first names," she went on quickly In order to hide any sense of strain. "I don't want Mr. Doxter, a friend of my husband, to know " "You are a dear to think of that," burst out Margery, "and I am glad I brought you some roses." She thrust the hugo bouquet Into tbe arms of her' On tho last Thursday In November a taxicab whirled to the curb of a INDIAN REFINING CO. VAN0VILLK a; a. Try our washed cooking coal. Uniform ibce lump; bo dost and dirt ., hostess. tyiy. "How iwitt, Margery," gild Bete.) best, and for factories or shops turning The percberon society of America hag had the most rapid expanlon In out typewriters, clocks, watches, parts for In membership tho post seven bigger machines, it will aid in getting months that It has ever exporlcncod, tho gain In new members being 784 better and more work. Whatever your Individual breeders. A vory large shoro of this growth In membership lighting or other electrical necessities furhas como from men who aro but bether your own financial interests by conginners in the breeding of Porchcron horses and tbe list of now members sulting us. Our diagnosis and prescribcovers nearly all the states of the Uning will help you a whole lpt. ion, ranging from Maine to California, and from Saskatchewan, Canada, to Texas. The chief factor In the rapid dis tribution or pure bred Porchorons appoara to be the rapidly growing, (Incorporated) realization among farmers that pure-broar. mares will do farm work more 33Xx,Xjq:wf arx-.- , 3vxx, effectively than ovon grade mores. land that they are vastly mero pront- ablo from an economic standpoint than geldings or mules employed In farm work, writes Wayno Dlnsmore In Stop coughlngl you rack the lungs the Farm and Home. Tho Inttor re"Bread In Old Kentucky" high cat-oand worry tho body. BALLARD'S turn only their labor, whllo mores Margaret flour. Better than ttaeri OREHOUND SYRUP tho work of the farm as well Irrlta. goldlngs or mules and produce In tlons heals tho lungs and restores but coats no more. Betters or'b as oreatnmg. Price 25c, Prather. their eolta a addltlosud soaree at 8"d by tbe JS5ffl5fiiP-4fott,B- Hickman Ice Coal Co. d r t. """"""" ( M at Ittt Vtt"''' SSSJZ MIWI KT1. j I..JWLIUHIUI " - i-- 8 SECTICOSr $1 In per Year Advance i ir , , , s ,r.K turoly II ,ryrnra m, I npi r cil M No lunula , , . riUm ' "iilr OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY " nni""t mnt . KM tOiWIHl I'T n , v iuiiljrnil Local r News Volume 52 THE HieKMHN COURIER. m This Paper Always Slops when your time Ii out. we dont believe tn forcing n on anyone. Fnpor do not want to mln n copr. keep tbe subscrip- mi na amrnaMar aim HICKMAN, KENTUC! V, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, POSTAL SAVINGS BANK To Be Established In Hickman December 19th. BaBMBaaia'aaa'aBiMMMMaBVM0jiiB0HgipjaHjiMHM 1911 CHILDREN INJURED. Number 23 tion paid up. A notice of explra-tlo- n Is Riven here 15 clora onead with A Blue Mark Vj 1 LOTHES do make a difference in business" looking like success is an imnortanf natt nf laving it. Hart Schaffner all-wool clothes have that kind of a look about them; made to have the fabrics look the tailoring keeps the shape right, the clothes fit the man who wears them; the style is correct in every detail. Suits $20.00 to $25. Overcoats $18.50 to $25.00 Other makes $8.50 to $18.50 So tirtl fORTHtrUN WHO ORIS Smith Reduced Prices in Millinery and just nt n time when you'll want a new hat for the Xmas Holidays Wc still have a large stock of Millinery, and you'll have no trouble in finding something that you want, though at the low prices we're making choice hats will go quickly. te COME AT ONCE SMITH & AMBERG Ordinary Cathartics and Harsh Phyiia Cauco Distressing Co nplaints. Postmaster J. T. Stephens has You cannot be In the For onco tho local firms wore spared e selection of me fine for children. and the mall order houses got somenotice that tho Hickman has been designated as a Pos- Only tlu vi ry tenhMt bowel medicine thing besides our good cash. tal Savings Hank. An Inspector will should ever lie given, except In emerCharged with using the United gency case. Ord'nnry pills, cathartics bo here shortly to give Instructions States with Intent to defraud, Ed nnd purgutlves uro apt to do more in the operating of this new institugood harm They may cause Dates, 30 years old, nt tho tlmo of tion, which will begin business on griping.than nuiiFcn and other dlstiesslng his arrest as a resident of Hickman, Monday morning, Dec. 19. after-effect-s was taken to Paducah and locked In that e frequently tbe county Jail Friday shortly afterJThoIr success In largo cities has led Wo persinally recommend nnd guar- noon by United States Deputy MarshIjostmaster General Hitchcock to extend the servico to many of tho antee Itexnll Orderlies ns tho safest al Elwood Neal. Bates was arrested nnd most dependable remedy, which on an Indictment returned by a fedcities In Hickman's class. we know, fnr constipation nnd nssocl-ateral grand Jury nt Jackson, Tonn., postal savings bank is a new bowel disorders. We have such ITho In this country and many peo- nbsolute faith in the virtues of this recently. , According to tho warrant. Bates, ple nro not familiar with tho manremedy that we roll It on our ginr-nntener In which they do business. For of money back In every Instance who Is married and has soveral childthat reason we give below a brief where It falls to give entire sntlsfno ren, mailed worthless checks to Montexplanation of them that will bo of tlon, nnd we urge all In need of such gomery, Ward & Company andSeara medicine to try It nt our rlk Roebuck and Company, Chicago mall intorest in tho general public: Itexnll Orderlies nre eaten Just Wc order houses. He received the goods, Tho Postal Savings System is es tablished for the purpose of providing candy, nre particularly prompt ani' following which the two firms, after agrecnble In nctlon. mny be taken r! the checks aro said to Tiavo been refacilities for depositing savings at any time, iliy or night: do not cniife interest with tho security of tho dlarrhfri. unveen, griping, excessive turned marked "worthless," reported United States Government for pay- looseness, or other undesirable cfTectn tho matter to the governmental aument They hare a very mild but positive thorities. At tho time time the crime The faith of the United States is action uK)ii the organs with which Is said to have been committed, Bates solemnly pledged to the payment of they como In contact, apparently act- was a resident of Noblevllle, Tcnn, Ho will bo returned to Tennesseo doponlts made In postal savings de ing ns a regulative tonic upon the muscular coat of the bowel, thus this week. pository offices with accrued interost ns provided by the Postal Savings overcoming weakness, nnd aiding to restore the bowels to more vigorous Act NOTICE. nnd healthy netlvlty. Accounts may bo opened and det Kexnll Orderlies commonly completeposits mado by nny person of the age ly relieve constipation, except of Hickman Police Court. By virtue of an order qf salo this of ten years in bis or her own name, course when of n surgl-n- ! character. and by a married woman In horown They also tend to overcome the neces- day granted, I will on Monday, Dec. name and frco from any Interference sity of constantly tnklngj.ixntives to 4, 1911, between the hours of 12 and or control by hor husband. Danoslts keep the bowels In normal condi- 2:00 p. m., offer for sale, ono rod Three sizes nf packages. 10 and white spotted cow, marked with a will bo accopted only from Individuals tion. crop and split and underblt in right who are patrons of this post office, cents, 2T cents, nnd CO cents. Iteincm-beyou ran obtain Itexnll Remedies ear and swallow fork In left. and no account will be opened in the only at .our More name of any corporation, society, or Tho Hickman Drug The Roxnll Store. Said salo will be made for cash. Co. This Nov. 27, 1911. A. L. Lankford. firm, or In tho name of two or more persons Jointly. Tho service of the Stock Marshall. I'ofttlll Rnvfhl-Rvstnm Is fro in nil eighty dollars, one hundred dollars, fc&JssafsjH persons entitled to makodoposltsand oi multiples of ono hundred dollars OoPxrVnt 'Jart - In mt Jt MsjtC WOULD LIKE CONNECTION. jo charges or fee Is collected or re- up to nnd Including fivo hundred dolquired in connection with tho opening lars, Into United States registered or There Is some chanco for Charlesof an acconnt or tho withdrawal of coupon bonds bearing Intorest at tho ton to secure an interurbnn electric anv money deposited. rato or two nnd ono half per cent to cross the river at the point at No porson connected with tho post annum, payablo This company Is now nnd Hickman. offlco department or the postal ser- redeemable at tho pleasure of tho surveying a lino from Paducah to vico Is permitted to disclose tho name United States after one year from date Wickllflc, Bard well, Columbus Clin-toof nny depositor or give any Infor- of Issue, both principal nnd interest Fulton, Hickman nnd other mation concerning an account to any payable twenty years from such date points In Western Kentucky, and It perton other than tho depositor him In United Slates gold coin. Such ex- u possible that If our buslnoss men self, unless directed to do so by tbe change may be mndo under date of got busy they can secure a connection Postmaster General. January" first and July first of each with this line. What do you think Deposits nro cvldonced by postal year, provided 6uch bonds are then of it? The Courier can placo tho com it. saving certificates Issued in fixed avallablo. Savings deposits thus con mercial club In touch with tho offi denominations of one, two, five, ten, verted into bonds are not counted as cers If desired. It Is worth Investitwenty, fifty and one hundred dol a part of tbe maximum of fivo hun gating at least. Charleston (Mo.) it; lars, each bearing tbo namo of the de dred dollars allowed one depositor, Courier. posltor, nnd being nontransferable and there is no limitation upon the postal-saving- s nnd nonnegotlabk). No account will bonds which reThe Government comparative bo opened for less than ono dollar nor may bo ultimately acquired by a deport on tobacco shows that Kentucky will fractions of a dollar bo accopted positor. produced 270,135,000 pounds in 1911, for deposit at any time. No person Is Wc invite you to look ns these This system Is being tried out by ngnlnst SSl.024,000 In 1910. Moro pormlttod to deposit more than ono tho government to meet the demand than fifty moonshlno cases are ,on clothes will mnlce you look. hundred dollars In any calander month that something bo dono to stem the the docket nt Richmond, also a penor to bavo a total balance to his Immense stream of money that pours tition for the appointment of a recredit at nny ono tlmo of more than Into foreign countries from thoUnlted ceiver for the Burley tobacco Society. fivo hundred dollars, exclusive of ac States by foreigners who do not un cumulated Interest. Wo earnestly solicit a share of derstand our banking system and who Amounts for loss than ono dollar fool safor when they havo it at homo your business on a guarantee of sato may bo saved for deposit by tho whero thoy know how It Is taken core isfaction. White Bros, Phono 195. of postal savings cards at ten of. It will also servo to bring out cents each and of specially prepared into circulation Immense quantities adhesive ten cent postal savings of money hidden away by distrustful stnmps. savings card people Each postal in boxes, stockings, tin cans, contains blank spaces to which ton bed ticks etc. This class of people cent savings stnmps may be affixed happily is diminishing but thoy with fOR THE KAN WHO CARES from tlmo to time as purchased, and tho foreigners feel safe whon trusta postnl savings with nine ten cents ing tho government. savings stamps thus affixed will bo SHEEP QUARANTINE accopted as a deposit of one dollar To Bo Raised The First either In opening a savings nccount Is the World Growing Better? Of April. or in nddlng to an existing nccount. Many things ro to prove that It Is Interest will bo nllowed on nil Tho way thousands aro trying to help at the rato of two per cent per others Is proof. Among them Is Mrs. It la very gratifying to Fulton W. W. Gould, of Plttsfleld N. II. county snoop growers to know that milium, computed on each savings cer- Finding good Athena Knit Underhealth by taking ElecanFederal Inspector A. J. Pnyno Inform- tificates separately, nnd payable tric Bltters.sho now advisesotlier sufwear, for women, has ed tho Kentucky I.lvo Stock Snultnry nually, no interest being paid on mon fer" rs, everywhere, to tako them. these special features Board thnt ho has recommended the ey which remains on deposit for n "For years I suffered with stomach and kidney trouble," tKaKmake it the only raising of tho quarantine on Ken- fraction of a year. Deposits w ill bear "evory medicine I used she writesI failed till right underwear for Interest from tho first day of tho took Electric Bitters. But this great tucky sheep by April 1st. The your personal wear: helped mo wonderfully." wns put on on nccount of the month t next succeeding thnt In which remedy Patented scat that gives exprovnlonco of ecablee. Dr. Pnyno sold deposited. Interest will contlnuo to They'll help any woman. They're ho liver tra room where room, Is as best tonic nnd finest Try and kidney Li nil counties except a few this accrue on n savings certificate thnt remedy that's mado. thcni. You'll needed most Trimmings long as It remains outstanding, cer- sec. 50c at Holm & Ellison. dlacaso had nearly dUappcared laid on even with tho edgo Virginia border lino, and In tificates being valid until paid, with- tho not sewed on to the edge. theso It might bo stamped out by out limitation ns to time. Compound Shoulder stay that gives perTO PUT UP $400,000. Interest Is not nllowed on an out fect fitting: features to neck, April 1. standing certificate, but a doposltor armholcs and sleeves. Cuffs At tho banquet In Paducah on Wedso fashioned that they cling may withdraw Interest payablo and nesday night Mr. E. F. Wheaton, NOTICE. ADMINISTRATORS to tho wrists preventing mako a new deposit which will bear general manngor of tho interurban slipping up of sleeves. All Intorest nt the regular rate. railway project, announced that tho All parties holding claims against nt the price that you usually A doposltor may at nny tlmo with American Traction and Power Compay. In fabrics, weights and tho estato of J. D. Webster, deceased, nny pnrt of tho pany had shapes to suit the personal authorized him to sign a nro hereby notified to fllo same with draw tho wholo or doposlted to his credit with nny contract with the lutorurbau compatasto of every woman. Try tho undersigned properly proven, on funds Interest pnynblo by surrendering hav ny for tho delivery of $400,000 to a Athena underwear for chilor boforo .March 1st, 1912, or thoy dren. Pcrfectflt. Longwcar. ings certificates properly Indorsed Paducah bank on Fob. 1st nnd $100,- barred. will bo forever Comfortable and warm. covering tho amount of tho desired 000 a month thereafter until tho cost All parties Indebted to tho oatato VK Ml of tho construction work has been da'"' I. w. ore to como forward and withdrawal. Tho uccrued Interest nro requested H? Smith AmbBrg mny bo withdrawn when payablo frayed. i settlo and savo costs of a suit. upon application to tho postmaster. GEO. Li. WHITE, Executor. A depositor will be permitted to exchange tho wholo or nny part of hi FOR SALE AT ONCE Ono million "Schwab" $15.00 special suits aro deposits in tho sums of twenty dol- extra fine- cypress shingles. 0. M. lars, forty -- dollars, sixty dollars, YatM Shingle Co. extordinary big value. Llebovltz. re-celpost-officn-henltb-destroyine o r, H semi-annualln, SENT WORTHLESS CHECKS Hickman Man Skins Mall Pills and Order House. & Marx pur-chiis- & Am berg ts quar-iwitin- o dm jfe" tr W f & w - r. C r i v I M h "k IV. IM i ; GREAT rv- - VS&. Cut Price Sale l; rm&tl w l ! sera SSv?3j 'n-i- Sr 1910 "ft CU.r- - For the benefit of of our customers and the surrounding country, we will have two great bargain weeks, beginning on The 2nd Day of December and Continue Two Weeks We will have the sale at both stores our West Hickman store and our old store in the city. Our buyer has just returned from the big sale at St. Louis and has bought a large stock at half the market price. For those who patronize the mail order houses we would like to have you read the following prices carefully and then come to this great sale. DRESS GOODS 6c Calico 7c Calico Ginghams 12&c Ginghams Hope Bleach Domestic Hassire Domestic Bleached Domestic, worth 8c 10c Outing, light 10c Outing, dark 1.00 and 1.25 wool goods, your choice, yard , UNDERWEAR 4c 10c 4?c 7f$s 8c 9c 5c Mens Fleeced Underwear, worth 50c Mens Knit Underwear, worth 05c Mens $1 Woolen Underwear 39c Misses Long Coats, worth 9.00 Misses Cloaks, worth 5.00 0 98 3.08 1.79 45c 75c 1.00 and 1.75 Underwear 6j 8c 9c Ladies Union Suits, worth 65c Ladies heavy Vests and Pants, worth 65c Ladse Knit Vests and Pants, worth 35c Boys Union Suits, worth 65c 98c 46c 48c .23c 48c 8.98 7.98 75 39c -- Ladies and Childrens Suits, Etc Ladies Caracol Coats, worth 12.50, at Ladies Bear Skin Coats, worth 11.00 75c a yard 50c a yard SHIRTS AND SWEATERS Mens shirts $1.00 to 1.50 75c 50c 89c 48c 39c .29c Baby Bear Skin Cloaks, worth 2.50 Ladies Coat Suits, worth 20.00 12.50 Suits 10.00 Ladies Voile Skirts 6.OOW00I Voile, your choice All Woolen Panama Skirts 4.00 Ladles Skirts . 1.50 and 2.00 Ladies Underskirts Special lot of Ladies Short Cloaks, worth to 5.00, your choice OH Cloth, worth 25c a yard 9.08 7.50 5.08 3 08 2.08 1.08 08c 3.50 08c 10c . MISCELLANEOUS Quilts, all cotton, worth $1.75 at 98c Cctton blankets worth $1.50 at 98c Cotton blankets worth $2.50. ...$1.79 48c Cotton blanket worth 75c 4c Cotton towels worth 6c for 8c Cotton towels worth 10c for 9c Cotton towels worth 15c for 24c Linen towels worth 30c for 19c Linen towels worth 25c for Table cloth worth 35c yd for. ...25c 42c Table cloth worth 60c yd for Table cloth worth 75c yd for.... 48c Ladles silk scarfs worth 1.25.... 89c Ladles silk scarfs worth $1.00.... 75c 48c Ladles silk scarfs worth 60 Ladles wool shawls worth $1.00.. 79c Ladles wool shawlstworth 50c ..39c Ladles wool shawls worth 35c.... 19c Ladles kid gloves worth $1.25.... 90c 39c Ladles silk gloves worth 50c shirts at shirts at Mens all wool sweaters worth SSc 11.50 and $2.00 at Half wool sweaters worth $1.00. .79c 42c Mens sweaters worth 60c at 24c 35c sweaters at Ladles sweaters, all wool, white, 98c worth $1.50 at Ladles sweaters worth $1.00.... 69c Ladles sweaters worth 50c at.... 42c 29 Children sweaters 35c at 19c 25c children sweaters at Misses button shoes worth $2.00 1.48 Misses button shoes worth $1.75 1.35 1.48 Doys shoes worth $2.25 1.24 Boys shoes worth $1.75 Mens Stacy Adams shoes worth $6.00 and $7.00 we are selling cheap. We art closing out this line, so If you want good shoes for little money $3.81 here's your chance. Price 3.98 $5.00 Dates shoes at One lot of patent leather Bates shoes 2.49 worth $4.00 and $5.00 at Mens heavy shoes worth $3.50.. 2.48 Mens heavy shoes worth $1.75. ..1.19 MUtes hose worth 25c for Misses hose worth 15c for. . Misses hose worth 10c for Mens 50c suspenders at... Mens 25c suspenders at... Suit cases worth $1.50 at. . Suit cases, all leather, worth ? ' 4 at Suit cases all leather $1.50 at : 4 5c paper pins for 1 Wire Hair pins worth 5c for Needles worth 5c for 3 Safety pins worth 6c for. v, 2 spools thread, 200 yds ' Pearl buttons worth 10c dor., 2 dot for . . '' HATS HATS RUGS RUGS Z MENS CLOTHING We are Closing Out our tire lot of clothing. suits and overcoats. en- We will close out our entire mens We have about one hundred mens suits. Come early If you want your slze.$15.00 and $20.00 suits at $7.48 The next lot $10.00 and $12.00 suits SHOES SHOES heavy $2.00, 98c $1.48 $2.48 John tl StoUon hats worth 16.. 3 30 1.98 Mens $3.50 hats for Mens $2.00 hats for 98c Mens $1.25 caps for ...,89c Mens 75c caps for 48 Mens 50c caps for 29 AxtnlitUtor Hugs 9x12 worth Axinlmitw It ups 36x72 worth AxnilnUtor Ituga 54x27 worth H 3 . at Mens pants worth $5.00 $3.50 and $4.00 pants at $4.98 at.... $3.48 $2.48 JI We have one lot of ladles shoes worth $1.50, $1.75 and your choice for Ladles $2.00 shoes Ladles $3.50 shoes Ladles American Girl shoes $4.00 and $4.50 for HOSE, Etc. 25c hose for 15c 10c 19c worth $3.48 gc hoM for, hose for ,.,.8c Ladles fleece lined hote worth25c.15 Ladles 10c hose for 8c No Goods Charged at this Sale. We have a large stock of Fresh Groceries, which we will sell you at the very low prices : Sansparil Flour, per barrel " per sack Star Flour, per barrel " per sack 4.90 65c 4.45 57c Extra Bacon, pound Pure Hog Lard Canned Goods, all kinds Corn, 3 cans for 12j$c 25c 12lc Hominy, 2 cans for Tomatoes, 3 pound can for . Peaches, worth 25c, for Sugar, 14 pounds 15c 10c lOc 1,00 Come where you can buy goods at 50c on the dollar. We guarantee everything as represented or your money back The store will be closed Friday, December st, in order to mark the goods. 1 Salespeople Wanted, Enquire at Either Store ITAIFEH BROS. West Hickman Store. Old Clothing NAIPEH Stand-N- ext BIER,0 to Cowgill's Drug Store i "MM 1 IM , . m mhhimi MMM ITEMS OF INTEREST. FOUND: Inir of glasses. this add and get thom GOOD CITIZEN GONE Pioneer Merchant and Business Man Called To Rest VALUABLE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS K 1 I VPfWfl fp J Community with 50-year n guarantee. Handpainted China Haviland China Cut Glass As tho Courier wont to press last Thursday morning, wo chronicled Wo sell groceries cheaper for cash. briefly the sad intelligence of tho death of Archibald M. DeBow, who Mathony Bros. & Plant. departed this llfo at 2:30 of that same Wo deliver tho goods anywhere you morning. Death was tho result of toll us to. Whlto Bros, Phono 195. an illness of chronic diarrhoea cov ering a period of almbst two years. Don't fall to seo tho Hickman HardWo wish to add, In passing, that ware Company's display of cut glass. tho moral, upright and successA pleasing personality Is mado ful business men of Hickman, Mr. Do- doubly so when you wear a Schawb Bow held high a nnd honorable place. suit or overcoat. Ho was ono of our oldest merchants, POUND: A pair of chllds shoos. having established himself In business hero in 18CG. Doscrlbo them, pay for this notice Deceased was born at or near at Courier office. lc Hartsvlllc, Tcnn., about C8 years Mrs. D. B. Wilson will oat Thanks-givin- g ago. When a mero boy, 14 years old, dinner with her daughter, Mrs. ho was called to tho dofonso of tho Itoas Cheshire, at Nashville. South In thnt great strugglo of a ago, and served tho four Meeting nights of Fulton Lodge, No. 83, I. O. O. F. Thursday Sept. years gnllantly under Gen. N. B. Forrester. A short time after this conOct. 12- - 26; Nov, Dec. flict closed, ho camo to Hickman and resided hero until death. FOR SALE: All my horse, mules, In 187G ho was united In marriage cattle, milk cows, hogs, wagons and with Miss Ida V. Fuqua, by whom ho buggies at special prices. STEVE Is survived. To this union wero born STAHR. 4c. Hvo children Mrs. W. L. Helm, Bet- C. C. Smith nnd wlfo will spend Thanksgiving in Nashvlllo with their son, Frank, who Is attending Vandor- bilt University. 14-27-- Pay for Ladies Let us show you the most exquisite line of TOILET ARTICLES ever brought to Hickman. Hickman Drug Go. Incorporated. "The Rcxal Store" lng placo In tho city cemetery. Tho Courier extends sympathy to thoso who feel keenly the loss of husband, father, brother and friend. Schwab Suits aro doubly guarantee to bo all wool and to wear to your satisfaction. See them at Llebovltz. Honry Mathony, who has been re siding In San Antonio, Texas, for eomo time, orders hla Courier changed back to Cairo. After Doc. 1st' wo will not sell any goods on credit. Wo both savo money by this arrangement. Ma thony Broil. & Plant. Men of good A f-f&- Pocket Knives Fancy Lamps Toy Wagons Scissors ' ' -- HfcPtttMttS r 1 taste who wont to bo I'tM'AT rPtttttfc li do so by buying "Schwabs" better dressed for less money can guaran teed clothes at Llobovitz. Wo can soil cheaper for cash. Tha Is tho reason that our business will bo placed on a strictly cash basis Dec 1st. Mathony Bros & Plant. 00 a criminal court California consuming six weeks of tirao to secure five Jurors Is a to American court procedure. In dls-gra- Tho spectaclo of C. L. Walker has boon appointed by Gov. Willson as a dolegnte to tho Santa Claus Will Arrive River nnd Harbor Congress to GUNS Air Rifles 50c up Nreno In Washington D. C Jan. con- C, 7 and " 8. An overcoat Is your closost friend now. A fine quality stylish friend can bo bought at $7X0 to $16.00 at Llcbovltz. Prices a great deal less than in other stores. Saturday, Dec. 2 MEET HIM AT THE DEPOT Santa will come to Hickman on the :30 tram, Saturday afternoon. He would like to have all the children meet him at the train and go with him to headquarters. He has a letter for every litttle boy and girl, and he would like to hear from every one of them, too. 1 FOR SALE Roso Comb Rhode Island Red nnd Silver laced Wyandott cockerels $1.00 each; also n few old Wyandott hens and Pullets at 7D conts each. MRS. FLORENCE RICE. Sidney Lawrence, of Grave county, died at Hopklnsvlllo Asylum Monday night of tuberculosis, aged 34 years. Ho had been In the Institution about 13 months. Tho body was Interred In tho Asylum burying grounds. 22 Rifles . .1.75 up Single Guns 5.00 up Double Guns 10.00 up Mm up Pump Guns 20.00 Shell Coats Pants and Vests THESE LINES AREAS PRETTY AND AS CHEAP AS CAN BE FOUND IN ANY CITY. . . . HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCORPORATED Luther F. Adams, wlfo and children, of Union City, spent Sunday with J no. Creed. In renewing for tho Courier, L. F. said "I was raised on tho Courier, and can't do without It." Tho Courier has several hundred "children" that wo aro mighty proud of and Mr. Adams Is ono of them. tlo Maude, Arch nnd Harold DoBow. All arc living except Mnudo, sho havTreasurer Edwin Farley said ing died in Infancy. Ho is also sur ho thought over $50,000 would vived by one sister, Mrs. Eva Lovo, bo called in and tho amount might of Hartsvllle, Tcnn., two brothers, o to $1,000,000. It Is believed that Alfred, of Hartsvllle, Tcnn., nnd Henat least $7C0,000 will bo paid oft and ry, of Louisville. this will leave about $900,000 outWhen Mr. DoBow first enmo to standing when tho new Democratic Hickman ho was employed In tho genadministration goes Into office eral merchandise storo of John MilO. T. Halliburton, principal of tho let, and continued In hla scrvlco for colored school for tho past 20 years, several years. Ho was for a time got out a very Interesting little pa- cngnged in tho wholesale tobacco busper Saturday In tho interest of iness with J. E. Fuqua; for two years School called tho Rlvervlow he served Fulton county as county Messenger. It was issued from tho clerk, filling out tho unexpired term Courier office, and Is full of matter of J. A. Wilson. Ho mado tho race of Interest to' our colored population. for this office tho following year Kentucky has no fault to find with but was defeated by Pleas Taylor. tho results of tho lato primary. In' Ho has also served In city nnd othor In tho main, all things It has resulted In good to offices of public trust. to oach and every sec- ho was engaged in tho grocery busitho stnto and tion and citizen of tho statt but tho ness most of tho time. His death next selection of candidates in Ken- brought to closo tho career of a very tucky nindo at a primary will bo at active and useful citizen. Ho was a a primary held by tho stato as tho man of industry, honesty nnd worth; regular elections aro held, tho stato brave in war In life In death. Ho paying tho expenses. Tho Democratic was ono of thoso quiet, unassuming party is pledged to tho enactment gentlemen who aro always loved of a state primary election law and most by those who know them beat. will keep Its pledge. Mr. DeBow was one of tho most regular attendants nnd active mom-bor- a Freo show at tho Lyric Tuesday, of tho Methodist church, with 3:00 Two performances Dec. 13. and 7:30 p. m. Two small children, which ho was affiliated many years. clever little vnudcrvillo artists, sing By his being called from among us, and dan co and tell funny stories tho church loses a valuable member and advertlso tho merits of "Teas and tho community loses an honorable and Ted" School Shoes nnd other star eltlzon. Theso shoes aro brand products. Funeral services which wero largo-l- y handled exclusively in Hickman by attended, were held at tho family g Smith and Anibcrg, nnd their rcsldcnco Friday morning at 10 a. m. this freo attraction speaks woll by Rov. G. W. Wilson, nnd tho for their hustling proclivities. consigned to their lost rest- to-dRlv-ervlo- w so-ln- Santa will give an autograph photo of himself (a nice picture like the above), to everyone who meets him at the depot ; also a little toy. Be sure to get one. Hugh Ed Curlln spent Sunday his homo In Woodland. at R. II. Houston nnd W. J. Dew wero arraigned before Judgo Romley Monday on charge of breach of peace. In fact tho two men had a ltttlo fistic encounter over tho settlement of a $1.50 account. Houston was $11.50 and Dow $31.50. fined d8&Kuii$&. rf LflllL' Pomlrfrcdm, aro necessary and save much property, but they cannot bt relied upon always. Although they may put out tho fire, water may do as much damage as the fire. Flra Insurance protects you against tho lost by flra at well at the loss by water damage. A fire Insurance policy In a reliable company with a reputation for fair dealing and prompt-net- t It your belt protection. We rep retent only tuch companies. Fire departments H. C HELM, Agent SH Coughs and Colds You could not please us better than to ask your doctor about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis. Thousands of families always keep it in the houser. The approval of their physician and the experience of many years have given them great confidence in this standard cough medicine. Sold for seventy years. Lincoln was much of a Kontucklan. His father and mother was from tho On tho day following an elecUon slopes of Mcldrnugh's hills, his wlfo Oh, the llttlo country paper, so modtho people of Kentucky, through their was a Todd, a Kcntuoklan girl. est, thin and small; leading men and tho nntlon, through Mong all the great big dallies I love Tho division tho war mado lnKofr It best of all. ky la Illustrated ,n tho Todd fun, utTh, cTuaM-cham And cheerfully unfold It, and rend . .u , ... htrth x mouu ll On of the slrU married Lift- VI IU UltV v hi. w..... each Item through; ray heart with gladness How bey fill though they simple seem to you. THE COUNTRY WEEKLY. KENTUCKY'S SONS. r .. Uln' Our big mUl Is making 30,000 shingles a day. Wo hnvo a million extra flno ones on hand. You will not bo disappointed when you como to our mill for shingles. Wo havo plenty of nil grades. C. M. Yates 8hlngla Co. AN UNUSUAL OCCURRENCE. One governor Of Keiituck), ornor-oleo- t . Bill Hogan's got the measles and Aunt 'Liza's got tho grip. And Hen Davis and his daughter's on an automobile trip. How many great big 'taters was raised on Hogan's farm, And how lltUo Mandy Starblnl Is singing like a charm. How E. R. ELLISON'S 4 Bill Barker's awful busy fixing up his shed And Dan Duffy's horse Nero is numbered with tho dead. How Jako Horn and his son Willie doctor will tell you that mediAny tood 's yarding in tho logs cine Tike Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cannot do Iti beat work If the bowel are con- And Ned Hudson 'a stll stipated. Ak your doctor If he knowa and going to tho dogs. anything better than Ayer's Pilla for correcting this sluRgishnes of the liver. And I see tho Chester homestead has uabr u o. at i a co.. lw.u. passed In other hands And tho children nil that's left of them, now live in other lauds. J". O. There was among their number that was once quite dear to me, La Otic Balldlng, oef Bretrd Stor c And I used to think woll, never mind, I found 'twas not be so. I'bone No. 51 Dr Goods and Vari et CASH STORE Now Presents Double the Usual nnd four tht Commonwealth will jmrtui; In the Inauguration of J nines li v Crearj December VJ. T1m , (.mora are Simon llolhur Ihiki Senator W. O. Itrndloy, J. V hnin and Mr. McCrenry. Of r.m tho governors who will iMrtklpm. Oovernor Wlllson, nnd it is pruimi tho only tlmo In history of an) m In the Union, when' so umnj ui vrnors took part In tho Imumur of a governor. Former gout Ruckner, Bradley nnd Rockhaiu occupy n carriage and bo In tit. nugurul parade, with Ooomor w son and Gotornor olect McCrer t , MARRIAGE LICENSES. i T Molllo Oniy. W A. Heid aud Norma Walk L, J Valentino and Kimim au. It L. Covington and Mary Yaw K. ltay nnd ' 33ovtlgt VWV STTJBBS I Attractions In addition to the great variety of desirable merchandise shown in our Dry Goods section, we have turned the Bargain Section over to Santa Claus, and now have that side of our store filled to overflowing with an immense stock of Holiday Goods. , 8 1. Smith aud Auun um i Charlie D.ivld.on aud erna in. . , Murlou Ferryman aud van W. 11. Clark and FraHefa U u field J. M. Culor nnd Kntlo May O , Hit- H tho old homo of that little weekly prlzo. sadThe store windows are taking on a Though sometimes it brings a ness and a tear drop to our oyas. Christmas flavor. How lovingly we rend each Item to " In Mayflold Terrell Sullhan the end, several days last week. An echo from tho old homo, so liko an old time friend. Long Overcoats at shortened prices can be found at LlebovlU. How useless seems tho struggle for stocks and bonds and cash, Mrs. S. M. Nalfeh returned Tuesday Ofttlmes they lose their luring and from a weeks visit in Clinton. all the lot seems trash. John Cox and wife wore hero the How freely wo would glvo them all to be a boy onco more. first of the week from Union City. And come in again to mother through tho old homo door. Mrs. J. L. Amberg left Monday to epcnd several days with friends In Jackson, Tenn. Miss Lizzie Amberg went to May-fiel- d Mrs. Gertrude Henry and llttlo Saturday, returning Monday daughter, Blanche, of New Madrid, STOVE WOOD: Mosler & Ingram Mo., are here the guests of her fathwill sell you good, split ash wood at er, E. E. Reeves and wife. d $2.50 for load. Orders left at Provow Bros, will bo prompUy e On Saturday evening at the filled. Hotelt Mrs. Guy Hale entertained informally at one table of S. B. Parker and wife left Monday Bridge. A salad course was served. on the Georgia Leo for carutners- vllle, Mo., where they will visit relaT. S. Hamilton, of Louisville, and tives a few days. From thoro they Capt. Lawrence McMakln went to go to jiempnia and to iieavener. Cralga Landing, Mo., Friday on the Okla., where they will spend tho win .launch Ituth, returning to Tiptonvlllo ter with their daughter, Mrs. O. S. ana in on the C. M. & G. I Harrison. t F Waggoner nnd ItouUt. i Oh, the coming from lloldou. Lyric Saturday NUbL u ilotue Mo , Tho only thing high is tho uuartty-htefeotwns abot tu Hci.v.,,0 lobe Jackson, of Grain Imi , . hri Tuwday oa tu. . .. Mlns Virginia rToys, Dolls, Fancy Goods Come and see the First Showing and bring the children. I I tuning her brother, futility this Week. Davis, of Caj.. 11. T. Itatu i Regular -- servlcos at the I'rv. tcrlau church Sunday morning ovcnlng. Kor. Stockton, uilnuwr Mr nnd Mr. J. 11, Itatmgr. i erkann, Ark nro tho sjumu u( iwmnu, Mr nnd Mrs. W. Fan. i a i sldo-boar- John HtuttlHi, Sr,, has aUu wiim n Biiuurvwe hvm rma his place south uf HtolMMfi i i ment was cast In bronzo through tho efforts of James B. Speed, of Louisville, Ky. whoso uncle was Lincoln's g friend. Tho principal address was mado by Mr. Wattcrson, a Tennosscan by birth and a Kctucklan by adoption. H was as if Kentucky had gathered to pay a trlbuto of honor to an hon ored son. life-lon- ft Sude M. Naifeh 's Store 3 :1 12 Weeks to Christmas Don't you think it would be advisable to make selection of your Xmas presents now ? We will put aside anything you may select and deliver at any time. Serviceable, useful and much appreciated presents are the kind we carry in stock for your Xmas presents. Come to us and we will help you to make a choice and to please the parties you wish to give the presents to. Watch our show windows for nice things to make your selections from. Hundreds of appreciable articles can be seen there. Our lines are complete now and our prices are strictly the lowest for the same kind of goods. coin Her sister married Oen. Helm, a distinguished officer of tho Confederate army, who died In Tennessee, killed while leading tho famous Orphan Ilrlgado of Kentucky Mr. Watterson dollcately but forcefully vindicated tho goodness of Lincoln's mother. A vagrant rumor had floated back and forth, sncnklngly. yet persistently, that Lincoln wns born out of wedlock Tho reason for this rumor was that tho marriage llconae wns ncter found In tho records of Kllzabethtown, Hardin county. As a matter of fact, the marriage license was Issued In Springfield of Washington county. Lincoln's mother was a wosincere, honest and man. But Kentucky has other sons who wcro leading actors In the great drama of tho Civil War, who are worthy of honor. Jefferson Davis was born In this state. For a tlmo ho went to school nt StT. homos', not far from Lincoln was born. A monu ment for Jefferson Dals ought to be erected, cither In the capital of tho stato or near his birthplace Another Kentucklau was Albert Sidney Johnston, and he, too should bo remembered In bronzo by tho people of his ctato. Ood-fcarln- g JnnA II CsMil, who k tlw ufttee of tho C. M. A. . srrrpKsj hr posKlou reslgweii Disfranchises Indiana Drunkards. Kvansvllte. Ind., Nov. 21. Judge O 1) lliploy and will have un John L. Brotz of tho IMke county office at the Hunter I court at Petersburg la trylug a ( ralM landing, Mo. now euro for drunkenness. In tho last week three "babltuals" wcro arraigned before htm, and In addition to fin Ing them heavily ho disfranchised tbrm for on year. Politicians do not look with favor upon the disfranchisement for a yoar or this class of voters, as It will prevent them voting nt the fall election In 1912 clr-su- lt Harvester Co. Aak Rehearing. Jefferson City, Mo.. Nor 21. Judge Williams of Boonvllle and Srlden 1 Spencer of St. Louts, attorneys for the International Harvester company, arrived Monday afternoon from Chicago, where they have been In confer ence with officers of tho company. They will fllo a motion for a reheating of the case agnlnst the trust nnd for a reduction of the $50,000 line Imposed In tho ouster decision by the supremo court last week. atvbu. Mr. Ml Ukiud irldny LK Ml Hrwrnrd, of nar L'uh.i. i, brolfcur. It. II bhU alloiMlfld tfce nrthtfN, A. M. Dl?ijw. li. i' You gt what you pay tor h. trade with Ui. We deal i. one graaa of shlnulfs owl driivr othsr. C. M. Yates Shingle to - . Triple stamped Falls 245 Feet to Death. Dnnvllle, 111., Nov. 21 Clarence Thorpe, owner of the Sharon mlno of Georgetown, this county, fell 2S fret down a mine shaft and was killed His neck, back and every bone In the body were broken. Ho had signaled the cage to lower him to the mine and accidentally stepped Into tho He was 4S years of ngo and shaft wealthy. Phonograph Sermon by Dowle. Chicago, Nov. 21. Tho well remembered tones of John Alexander Dowle's olco reverberated through tho hall at a macs meeting of '.Ion-letA phonograph reepatcd a sermon of the doad apostle. Husband and Wife Durned. Detroit, Mich., Nov. 21 Robert Dcsner, a boiler maker, and his wife, each about 50 years old, wore burned to death here In a flro which destroyed their one story cotUge, Bob Wblto was fined Ilir.O In tho city court Monday for brench of pence Plated Knives hit lonf (r Ihrcuth luH service tlua nr utber thcr birr I fu Mir. wtikfi dK iw with ihup cornot ' blide It (oincd to bin LYRIC THEATRE Books Some Good 8hows. More Good Ones to Follow. . "Tho Belcher Wright Co" Dec. 29. "Feck's Bad Boy." Jan. 3. "A Bachelor's Honoymoon" Jan. 13. "Thelma." "Yankee Doodlo Stock Jan. Co." Feb. C. "Weary WIIHo Walker." Feb. 29. "Human Hears." March 19. "Tho Girl & the Tramp" March 20. "Tho Thlof." Doc. 13-1- 7. huiloL Tbn II t I ol lain notable Ifitur alxteciriiconliPli T847R06ERSBROS: knives, which tire lutini service and utiUicti re NunKroul nallcrnt citlcrf d In this lamout i..-i- tr I'latt that Wmn Sold bf Itidlnc iltJlri tTtrtwhtre. Srnd lor c alocue "CM." tliowiaf . ocsicnv WtMMIHITMMl CO (lntmillm.t RUTcf lU.XatrrMur ) Wliwa. Ct By all means do not fail to read every word in my ad. next week. We have a very tempting proposition to offer you. Money s worth is our strict policy, to please you is our real pleasure. Be sure and come. Mrs. Curlln and bnby, of Woodland visited hor daughtor, Mrs. Ikn Shaw All jiartles owing tho ostnto of horo Sunday. Tom Dillon, Jr., by note or account, Mrs. 1 W. McKcol 1ms returned lo will please como forward ami sottlo Mnyflold after a visit to her at once. I'artles holding claims sister . said ostnto aro also requested Mra, D. B. Wilson. to present samo at onco. TOM DILMrs. John Cox returned to t'nlon LON, SR., Admr. City Monday nfter n visit to her pnrenU, Dick Smith nnd wlfo Mr Percy Jones won In St. Lou Id this Cox camo over Sunday returning with her Monday. week on business. FINAL SETTLEMENT. - V.A i ' s ON THE CORNER i&- - "The Dry Goods Man." nsriEH ON THE CORNER J) Ellison Bros, hnd a "real live" What a difference That's what your wlfo will say when you put on Santa Claus drug aroung town In nn a "Schwab" Suit or Overcoat. Llobo- .o uiis wceK, nnd the llttlo folks wero delighted to hoc tho kind old vitz. gentleman back agnln. FOR SALE: Good resldenco and lot C0xl60, with privilege of buyNournlgla of tho faco, shoulders,' ing three adjoining lota. Splendid hands, or foot requires a garden spot, good cistern nnd other remedy that will ponotrato powerful tho flesh. improvements. Closo to collego nnd BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT in good neighborhood. No long talk that power. Rubbed In whoro necessary can bo bought for $700; the pain is felt Is nil that Is neces-sar- v to rcliovo tho suffering and not a cent less. Call at this offlco r: en- normal conditions ii-iIf Interested. and ll.OO.Sold by Hickman Drug Co. I pos-sosare-sto-ro kind saves lMO.NL-eaWORK saves ryes. Your dealer lias HOUTU Oil. In barrels direct from our works. Nothing Is moro lmportatit in than clear, eteaar insuro this by gott -- tf the oil that burns clear ant clean without a nicker down t tho last drop, i'ennsyhan i crude oil renned to perfect " n Costs no moro than tho ves llgQL thmLmmp Oil that Smwm Eyms tho horns tank-wago- Chas. C Sfoll 0M Co. ra. "N Iteflnery at Warren, Wo soli tho celebrated Car" Auto OIL LeatsvUle. Ky. jV fc , ""'"' U .. -- vWNf - wi2 JJL-SMh- J AMERICAN. POPULAR IN CHINA and J. Champion and wife, of A A. Farls rcturnoU lioino Monday Cayce, wcro guesta of Mrs. E. Caso from a big deer bunt in tho swamps this week. Don't bo dccciverl liv in ninxh olV near CnrutherHvllle, Mo. Tho party about chrtnn aliltitrlnu ir- .ni .n bagged nlno door. Mr. Fnria was In Jas. V. Wear, eltor of tho La Cen,cm money n wreck on tho Cotton Belt railroad ter Advance, has como Into posses1 ou tho eamo eoodB nd can furnish you a bettor shlnclo Sunday but no ono was seriously sion of tho Ballard Yeoman of Wick-llffIf you want It. C. M. Yates Shlnglo hurt Farls was compelled to walk and and will continue to conduct Co. drlvo part of tho way homo. both publications in tho future. ' Tho Baptist Woman's Missionary Society win meet with Mrs. Henry McMullIn Friday afternoon nt 2:30. l'bone 38 for groceries. J. It. Baldtrco and wife, of Padu-cal- l, Tho Halo and Ward land suit ttt Paducnh, mentioned in last week's paper, resulted in a hung jury. Wo have been forced to raise tho price of all coffee and our famous Granger will now soil at 30c instead of 25c. It la tho equal of any 45c coffee sold in Hickman. Bettersworth & rr e, Prather. On account of present conditions and alto for the sake of broadening his education tbo Infant Emperor of China, iu VI. may bo sent to America. In the event of this happening the Important mission of caring for the royal babe may be entrusted to Dr John C, Ferguson, tho eminent American, who Is adrlser to the Chinese board of communication Mr Ferguson, although an American, Is one of the most trusted officials of tho Chlneso government and enjoys the social favor of tho royal family For years Dr Ferguson has studied China Its problems and Its people. He has spent tho best years of his life among them and has gained great prestige In the land of the denials He Is looked up to and admired throughout the country and in this in stance, when the safely and welfare of tho most snered person In tliclr empire Is at stake the Chinese seem to know no one whom they can better .n Dr frerguson. During bis career In China Dr Ferguson has t ..n souto very Important missions by the Chinese government In was sent on a special mission to Investigate the eommerrlal schools ed States and Europe. In ISO! ho wd chosen secretary of the n'stry of commerce and slnco 1901 he hss ben chief errctry to ttie i inese railway administration. He has also filled the important ifign adviser to Chlncso viceroys. Several limes Dr Ferguson was lal leptcsenlatlve from China to the Coiled States Will You Help the Children Secure their Christmas Presents -- FREE ? We propose, in the name of Santa Claus, to give to every child in Hickman and surrounding country a Christmas Present, on conditions so easy that ev. ery one of them can get a Christmas Present from Santa Claus without cost. Will You Help? It will cost the child nothing. It will cost you nothing, for you will not have to spend one cent more than you otherwise would. All you will have, to do is to make your purchases from now to Christmas in person, at our store, pay cash for them at the time and Purchase Coupons will be given you for the amount of your purchase. You then give these Purchase Coupons to any child you wish. The child will bring the coupons to the store and deposit them in Santa Claus' Bank. The deposits will be entered in a bank book which will be given them. On the day before Christmas they will bring in their bank books,- - have them balanced, and we will take them up and give them a handsome present from Santa Claus, the value depending on the amount of their total deposits. WU a FAVORS REVOLUTIONISTS Ting Fang, former Chinese 'it 'I i the United States, has sc- of secretary of foreign n the now Chinese cabinet. weight of his vast cxpe- k 't ststecraft to tlm revolution' i Wen Tsung Vao, another ' t'hinese, has joined the r News of the action .of siesmon caused a sensation ' -- Will You Help? The presents are now on display in our Holiday Goods Department, at our store. They consist of Moving Picture Machines, Radiopticon Reflectors, Magic Lanterns, Dressed Dolls, Doll Furniture, Doll Houses, Trains, Air Guns, Animals, Tea Sets, Stoves, Go. Carts, Wagons, Sleds, Drums, Pianos and in fact, anything and everything in toys, of whicn we have an enormous stock on display in our Holiday Goods Department. up-stai- rs r ictit of " d ' '"I'Bie Minister Wu'i lm. thrown to the rcvo- ntrment has startled the It moans to a ' ttie Amorlaanlxatlon of In - rCm6mD6I this is not a plan by which only one child gets a prize, but each, and every child can get a nice Christmas Present free. ' - iretentlng his country ' t Up s r I'ntted States republican 'k remittent and Its tnstltu- s thoroughly Imbued with tess The Chlaese srede- republican government ' t.ance of success. Under the leadership of Mr Wu his American to havo a tremendous Influence on the new rhlncio InstltuiHs progress for China, for Mr Wu's Ideals are far In advance of ' Jnty In his own country 'raveled all over the United States. Interrogating every one, oen about the country, picking up a vast amount of Information. Is tho best known Chinaman In America and camo closest to s of the peoplo there through bis remarkable wit and wisdom n s'lrred the United States to a keen Interest in the success of Hit the i. ' -- e "k a vital Interest In all rtran He was a close stu- Will You Help? -- Our Holiday Goods Department is Up'Stairs at our store, and is literally filled with Christmas and Holiday Goods. Purchase Coupons will be given with all cash purchases made in person at our store, paid for in cash at the time. This includes purchases of all and any kind of goods that we carry, in any part of this store. i'i Ellison Bros. Miss Molllo Ilournc Is visiting in William Hamilton, who settled at Union City. I nton City In 183C, holdler, died nt his homo in that city M. B. Shaw returned Tuesday from last Tuesday. A trip through Arkansas. Havo you tried It that now coal, II. C. Craig's residence in Fulton washi a aua graded to regular slzl was destroyed by flro Sunday mornlumps fspeclslly suited for cooking. ing. -- A A. Farls. Ernest Brady and Miss Jossle Don-onTotal number of banks in Kontuck of near Fulton, woro married 472. banks having less than 120,000 Sunday. apltnl stock and surplus, 203; banks between $20,000 and $50,000 number S. M. Davis and wife, and Miss Ui3; from $50,000 to $100,000 number Jonnio Mayes, of May field, will spend 07, from $100,000 to $200,000 number Thanksgiving with Mrs E. Case. 33, from $200,000 to $500,000 number If you are going to get a sewing 9. from $COO,000 to $1,000,000 number i. Two banks havo more than machine, get tho best. The Singer-w- hy, $1,000,000 and loss than $2,000,000. of course, from L. A. Brock. Ono baa over $2,000,000. Got next to ono of my long overcoats with tho now presto collars to keep out tho wind and cold. Llebo-vitCAN YOU ASK MORE? Your Money Daek For the Asking. You Promise Nothing. Wo are co tonfldent that we can fur-nlrelief for IndlgMtlpn nnd dyspepsia thnt we promise to supply the miHllrlne freo of all cost to every one who ihph It according to directions who h not perfectly satisfied with the resiilf Wo exact no pronllie and put no ope undiT nny obligation what erer. Surdy nothing could be fnlrcr. We nro located right here where you live, and our reputation Hhould he sufficient assurance of the genuineness of our offer We want erery one who Is troubled with Indigestion or dyspepsia In nny form to come to our store nud buy a h LEISHMAN DONS A UNIFORM JDr. C. W. Curlin spent Sunday in Miss Paulino Fields, of Fulton, Is tho guest of Miss Itubyo Seay. Union City with his parents and children. Mrs. J. It. Brown and daughtor, FOR SALE or exchange for No. 1 Miss Annlo Lee, spent from Friday to Saturday at State Lino with Mrs. milk cow, a new top buggy In first class conlltlon. J. M. LINN. Arthur Shaw. The Amcrlran colony In Berlin has bcon mildly excited over Am bassador Irishman's revival of th custom of wearing a uniform when appearing beforo the kalier Thlscus torn was Introduced by Ambassador Tower, who wore a uniform with th permission of I'rasldont Hoosevclt It was discontinued by Ambassador Hill, who considered It undemocratic. Mr Irishman has provided uniforms fot all the members of the embassy stafl who may appear beforo the emperor Inquiry Is being made eterywhore te find out If Mr Irishman enjoys a m ttary or naval title which would wan rant him In departing so far from tbi custom prevailing among American diplomats for many years It Is re called that Charles Pago Bryan, erst while minister to Brazil and Portugal, and now minister to Japan, wns ouc a colonel on the staff of the governot of Illinois and appeared at court funo tlons In a colonel's full dress uniform. Amass.idor Held at London makes his appearance at court functions clad r krro breeches and silk stockings, with the regulation full dress coat, "1 bassador Held occupies a post whore fastidious dress Is required. M Irishman was formerly minister to Turkey, and later ambassador tc Hr Whllo bo was In Turkoy he received a good deal of publicity on s "'V n.ade by Mrs. William Warkentln of Kansas, who accused him ol It vgy for not taking an actlvo hand In obtaining the punishment of tin mo M-- murdered nor husband. o e, Misses Juno Grovo and EIolso I will receive another shipment of of Tlptonvllle, visited Miss Marthat fine cooking coal this week. Better got your order in now it you guerite Fuqua Sunday and Monday, going to Jackson from here. wnnt it. A. A. Farls. Hon-nln- g, Saturday evening nt tho Hotel Mrs. C. O. Schlenker tertained ono tablo at Bridge. were served. On La-Clc- en- Miss Agnes Mayfleld after Carpenter for and attending wedding. Key left Tuesday for visiting Miss Bonnio tho past two weeks tho Carpenter-Luca- s z. L. A. Wolverton Is on a deal with Clay and Caldwell for the latter' YOUTHFUL SHAH TV All OF PERSIA blacksmith shop. Nnshvtllo man. Wohcrton is a .ed, has a troubled tlmo slnco Ms (Kisslon In July, 1009. His fa-- " r -- tnh Muhammad All, had grant- people a parliament to ed avert P year old shah of Persia, 8ul-ta- n Cnpt. Q. D. Hlpley camo up Tuesda from tho Hunter Tract, Cralgs Landing, whero ho has had charge of tho Mongol Box Company's office at that point. Capt. Hlpley has tendered his resignation. ternoon nt her home In Union City. upon tho Take Her death followed fast Ikx of Itexall Dyspepsia Tnblets. death of hvr eldest son, Polk, who them home, nnd give them n reasonhad been killed by tho cars. Very able trial, nccnrdlng to direction. If you. tell us and we likely tho death of this son hnstencd they don't please will quickly return your money. They her death. havo a very mild but positive action Davo Flnloy, of Muyflold, was run upon the orgnns with which they como acting as a reg- down by on I. C. switch engine nt In contact, apparently ulative IomIc upon tho relnxed muscular Fulton, Sunday, sustaining a broken coat of the bowel, thus overcoming weak- jhtgh, a broken and crushed nrm, and ness, nud nidlnff to restore tho bowels n bad gash in his head. Ho was to more vigorous and healthy activity.. "full" wheu the accident happened Itcmeni-bcrThrecslzes.25c.,ri0c..nnd$1.00. and docs not remember anything you can obtnln Hexall Remedies "Om ho crtoil l.l(ti. .i how ho happened to bo on the In "ration Judging from bla manly appearanco he would bo more at borne tne only nt our store Tho Rexalt Store. track. Ho will now stay sober a few o American playgrouud romping with companions of his own ago than in weeks at least. Tbo Hickman Urug Co. "ciution of tho lonely splendor dX tn "King of Kings." .1.-.- I- lijwover, endowed with only nr' mal powers and tho shah Boon He on Jd anothor uprising It Ills hnnds,pow-"ffad almost crushed whon the Ilakhtlarl trlbo. practically Independent brigands of southern Persia, 'eiped tho revolutionists to snatch victory out of defoat and forco tho monition a abdication. Slnco that tlmo the c shah has been constantly Intriguing to reg tn his throne, but was completely rou'ed last month and his principal Rpfcrai n8 cxcculcj by tho iorsan R eminent The youthful sultan Is a pathotlo "Buro powerless In tho hands of his n sera and unable to gratify his not-rn- l affection for his father, for Irrieitlng symptoms of rebellion, It ns Mrs. Cecil Eudora Church, wifo of Mr. Emory Church, died very suddenly of heart falluro last Thursday af- r.A Miss Tcnny Tipton, of Tlptonvllle, Loulso Nolen Gregory, a well knowi Tcnn., visited Miss Lillian Choato contractor of this city was married d this week and attended tho to Miss Genoa Smith at tho homo wedding. of tho bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Along with tho establishment of a F. M. Smith, in Birmingham, Ky.,on postal savings bank in Hickman comes last Saturday morning, arriving hero the problem of a local depository. In- on tho 8:30 train Saturday night. Mr. dications nro thnt-oubanks will not Gregory erected tho. now gin at qualify for handling theso funds. Tho Mo., nnd is there connected conditions are that tho bank becomlr2 with tho work. They will resldo near a government depository buy $5,000 Dorena. worth of 2 per cent government bonds, which ns a matter of fact secures nny deposits mndo by tho postal bank with said local banks. The bank must then pay Unclo Sam 2& per cent on all money deposited. Unless tho postal bank made deposit equal to tho amount of bonds pur-ch- n A man sick and not expected to cd the local depository must be loser. Whether tho local postal live. bank will never havo as much as $5,000 on deposit Is a question. For He camo to town and bought a Instance, Fulton has a postal savings bill of harness before pricing my line. bank, and Although Fulton's local There was so much difference In the banks do not pay interest on savings prlco and quality that he took sick accounts their deposits in three and has been confined to his bed months business have only reached ever since. $2,500. On tho other hand Hickman has three strong financial institu-t!ons- ( It pays to look over our stock beeach paying 3 por cent (whllo foro buying. tho government only offers 2), nnd tho result will bo that tho postal bank will not receive tho .pntronago hero that It does at Fulton. Figur- HICKMAN HARNESS GO. ing on that basis ,our bankers are not very enthusiastic about the glory of Phone 154: being a "government depository." Chonte-Threlkolr Do-ren- at 1 1 Notice ! r i! ii t 1! J K 4? i V'-- l' WHY NOT GET THE BEST THE OLD-RELIABLE, ? BEATTIE tAYS PENALTY Confesses to His Awful Crime Before Death. Henry Clay Boattie Jr., who mur dered his young wifo by cnrrylng her out in an outomoblle and shooting lior, and whose trial nnd conviction InterInter caused such est, was electrocuted nt Richmond. Vn. Friday. Many peoplo entertained some doubt ns to his guilt tho evidence upon which ho was convicted being largely clrcumstancinl. Ho stoutly denied his guilt until tho day before his execution, nnd finally nitulo n full confession In theso wordti: "I, Honry Clay Bcattlo, Jr., desirous of standing right beforo God and man do on this 23rd day of November, 1911, confess my guilt of tho Much that has arimo against me. been published concerning tho details was not true, but tho awful fact, without tho harrowing circumstances, remains. For this action I am truly sorry nnd bellovlng that I am at peace with God and am Boon to pass into his prcsenco this statement la made." Ho Tho crime- Is a horrible ono. shot his wifo in cold blood.leavlng his three weeks old son mothorless. His Infatuation for a woman of 111 repute caused his undoing, together with his father's wealth which ulti mately led tho boy to Idleness nnd mischief. But in Virginia it seems that money cannot always sao a man from paying tho penalty of his crime and Beattlo Is no more, lie m a heartless, baso wretch, and got no more than ho deserved when his life vo3 sniffed out in the gray dawn of Friday. Tho flnalo of this eelobrated case is described as follows: Tho witnesses voro seated six In nn angle of tho room. Thv shuffled thoir feet unasily, and hen ono leaned forward to speak to an- othor his action was received with frowns. MnJ. Woods, with his two deputy warden addressed tho witness es, going through small fortnalltle demanded by tho law. Then, with his two men trooping behind, ho pawed out Into tho building, whero Beattlo awaited tho summons in hi cell adjoining. In tho death chamber tho volco of the warden could bo plainly heard, reading to tho doomed man tho final summons. Tho warden's volco droned it, It seemed to tho witnesses. Interminably. In reality, tho compliance with the law occupied only a brief moment. Thon, with Beattlo bo tween thorn, the deputy wardens began their progress toward tho chair only a few feet away. When tho procession started a signal was given which plunged tho death cbambor into blackness, savo for o slnglo light immediately ovor tho chair. This was so hooded that - outlined tho chair In a clrclo of blnzlng radlanco, so intonso that the romainder of tho room seemed in utTho witnesses scarco ter darkness. Tho prisoner could see each othor. nothing but tho chair. saw There was no delay In preparing for tho end. Beattlo took his placo.tho prison surgeon and tho olectrlwide-spread l- LIGHT RUNNING Christmas U7J Furniture Nothing adds more to the comforts of home than good furniture, and that's the kind we sell. Our methods of doing business have been tested and approved by economical buyers. Hickman Wagon Co. Incorporated If your dealer doesn't handle it, write for prices. :J ,V. Ste&i 'SS siU $pQP sw.' al F. E. CASE& SON Has a full line of FORMERLY OF HICKMAN S. W. Lauderdale Dies Home In Texas. at S. W. Lauderdale. "Undo Boso," died In Breckenridgo Texas, November 22nd, 1911. Ho was CI years of FRESH CANNED GOODS age born April 25, 1S47, In Tipton county, Tenn. There Is not an old citizen in FulBoth Foreign and Domestic ton county but who remembers "Boso" Laudordalo. Ho was a brother-in-Washington Grip Flakes law of tho Into Tom Dillon, Jr.. Cream of Wheat his first wifo being Maggie Dillon, Rolled Oats and Postum who died at tho old Laudordalo placo two miles below town. In the year of All New Goods. 1ST7. He Is survived by two sons, by his first wife, John A. and Tom Apples, Oranges Fruits, D. Lauderdale and by his second wife, Pecans, Malaga Grapes Nannie E. Luttroll, who was tho widow of Otis Luttrell. Ills relaAnd Bananas tives in this county are his nieces, Will be glad to have a part of Mrs. Mnry Johnson, wifo of Ardoll Johnson, of Cayce, Ky., and Mrs. your trade. Clara Naylor wifo of Dr. Lon Nay. lor, of this city. Mr. Lauderdale paid n visit to his relatives and friends last January. and he remarked, upon arrival, that NEW3 FROM MABEL. he left hero Just twenty years ago Little Roslo Spencer, who has been in n snow storm and was greeted with tho same experlenco upon bis reside so long, Is reported no better. 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. Fbono xoo St Louis Furnishing Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 84 Prompt Service in our night. Miss Ida Bolt was the guest of Every old citizen In Fulton county Miss May Stowo Saturday and Sun- knew '"Boso" Lauderdale and no betday. ter eulogy can be offered than that Benford Henry and wifo spent Sat- expressed by ono of our citizens sayurday night In Hickman with homo-folk- s. ing when he heard of his death, "Boso" Lauderdale was ono of tho best men I ever know." Mr. Tiigo Brndshaw was tho guest A good man gone. Pcaco to his of Miss Florenco Jeffries Sunday turn. Undertaking Department slaps, a half dozen clamps wero quickly thrown In placo nnd snapjcd Tho cap, resembling a leather football head harness, was adjusted and tho men stepped back. InTho warden raised his band. stantly Benttlo's body stiffened with such violence that tho straps creakWith tho strains, tho clamps ed. rattled as though they wero castanots In tho hands of doath and thon that which onco had been Honry Clay One minute relaxed. Boattie, Jr., later Benttlo was dond. Tho surgeon had gono forward, nnd with a stethoscope had listened for another faint beating of tho heart that lens than sixty seconds beforo had lived. Ho stopped back. "Ho la dead." Ono or Tho witnesses filled out. two wero ghastly palo as they stopped into tho early morning light. clans adjusted tho TAX PENALTY ON. ashes. Mr. Bob mils' llttlo baby which has Ono of tho first pieces of official been very low with pnouraonia Is Imbusiness to come beforo tho Joint proving some. session of tho General Assembly Mrs. Molllo Stowo visited 'her grand wi' be tho election of a United mother, Mrs. Sarah Bradahaw, a few States Senator to succeed Thomas H. days last week. Paynter, Democrat. Tho senate stand Mrs. Bertie Pollock and llttlo son, 32 Democrats to C Republicans, and Bob were guests of Mrs. Ellis Sat- tho house 79 Democrats to 21 Republicans, so tho action of tho assemurday afternoon. bly will bo merely to ratify the stateEzra Anderson, of Sycamore Chapel, Congressman was the guest of Miss May Stowo wide primary In which OUio M. James , of Crittenden counSunday afternoon. ty was nominated for senator. A Brent Vaughn and wifo wero guests' prison commissioner will also bo of her father, J. It. Jeffries and fam- elected. Tho main lssuo then to bo ily, Saturday night. threshed out Is the liquor question. TRY LAKE CASE Reclfoot Lake Back In Limelight, Dec. 18. Tho Obion county chancery court will hold n Mpeclal term Dih- - IS o try tho case In which the state of Tennessee is trying lo nullify and " BUY EARLY! OTO- - Cowgill's Drug Store Saving For the next 30 days, in order to keep from carrying my stock of Tho tax penalty Is now on on nil delinquent taxes. Sheriff Johnson gives fair warning that tho coats will get larger tho longor you wait. Bet ter get busy nnd settle up. Tho shaft In tho wheel of tho Str. Mengel Box Company was discovered on last Thursday morning to bo cracked nearly in two, and had to bo removed at once. This steamer was laying In their port honi and if not discovered at that tiino might havo had on accident on tho next trip out by tho shaft breaking and causing to havo to lay in somowhero and bo towed In hero. An emergency shaft was held In stock at their plant nnd this put In at onco, tho work being finished Tuesday. Pittsburg Fence through the winter, I will sell you almost at YOUR OWN PRICE whatever fence you need, FOR CASH. Only a small margin above cost, to pay tor handling. A chance to save money. John Rachel, a negro, was arrested by Sheriff Johnson Snturdny night on chargo of housebreaking. Ho Is al leged to havo taken a shot gun from tho homo of J. B. Sparkman. Tho negro Is in Jail. Rumor has it that a certain young Hickman merchant nnd a fair ono residing not over 100 miles from Union City aro to bo married ere long. Don't forgot to placo your order nt onco for engraved calling cards for Christmas gifts. Tho Courlor carries an oxqulslto line. I have a thoroughbred Jersey Bull which I stand at ono dollar. M. A. McDANIEL. 3tp mmmtmmmmmmmmmumjLiM Kt nsldo tho alleged grants ami claimed tltlo of tho Wtwt TnfHSM"o Company to Keolfoot Lnko, and Ocn for your Winter Medicines r.,' D. J. Caldwell, of Union City state ly Many a cold and se'i that there Is Absolutely no grounds sickness has been saved t for tho report of Kjulblo trouble be having just the needed rcmrl tween the nntlvo fishermen nnd the on your medicine shelf at tt ' land company. beginning of winter. No neei Gen Caldwell said: for Coughs, Colds, Influent, "I noticed a purported Interview Grippe and many other nur r with Col. J. 11. Acklon, In vhlch ho is quotixl as saying that ho Is going ills If you have us supply ycur to Keolfoot Lake to use his good ofmedicine shelf. fices to quiet n contemplated lawless uprising In that section. I do not know what Information, If any Col Acklou has on this subject, but I do know that If ho has any Information thnt there Is any present fuar or cnUBo to fear a lawless outbreak, such as wo havo hnd In that section, For sale at his Information is thoroughly unreliable. I think I nm In a mwdtlnn i. I know, nnd do know that such Is not Cowgill's Drug Store tho case. "Tho chancery court of Obion county has called a special term of court for tho 18th of December nt Union City, for tho purposo of trying ' caso in which tho State of Tn see Is trying to nullify and set a tho grants and claimed tltlo of West Tennessco Land Cotnpativ Reclfoot, nnd havo tho samo ia tho property of tho stnto, ami Unopposed to tho ownership of tho ik by tho land company nro very in elated over tho fact that tho cour soon to pass upon tho question " ' therefore tho situation now Is r In better condition than nt any t'' slnco tho unfortunate conditions ' did exist, which is fresh in the m of tho rending public. In Justice tho citizens around tho lako and parties concerned, I enn and do thnt such reports do us nn In " tlco." i " Hcjijler,s Candy " d-- . ' J. O. WEST and w. Liter;, Dodds hi Sals Stable . Best in the city. Special attention to traveling Public Good, honest and careful drivers. Tolopliono Wo. oa, .giX.jm. " Illasngalb and sister, M 3 Kirk, whllo trading nt A. J. I" son's storo, at Hlggorson's Lnnd on Thursday of last woek, laid tlf purso, containing JIG, on tho coun' which was swiped by two negro rous tnbouts of tho Georgia Loo laying a' tho landing. Ono of tho thieves wa--i in Jail by A. O. Mnthowaon. Monrv not rccovorcd. Now Madrid Record. Mrs. ' ' "' 1 it WOMEN MY AVOID OPERATIONS U) iaklnjj Lydia H. Pinkham's CftCiaiic r v.uiiiuuuu wlnjr letter from Airs. k Mill prove how uiuwmj f i , jul r I vi,. u ui.int'ii to submit to the ft surgical ojH'rntlon when avoided by taking J,)clla m's 'PKvtni)lu C'oiiitNiiiiiil. wi-Ji- III line homo MiflVrliijc tlioliosiildil worse lli.m Il n is .v i lnr own fltntrmriit. Mich. "Two ywtrg ntro uiy wTcrciy nun a nis. i rnniii on my feet for . long tlim. My physician Iron toil urn for hcvimi montlis without much relief nml nt Inst sent mo to Aim Arbor for an oirntlon I wni puri'incim not Ins fj Qovernor Isiues Proclamation. KrankforL-O- ov. Wlllson has Issued i proclamation sotting apart Thursday, November 20. n Ti,nb-i..- i lay. Ho says: 'Our country him iu.n pared tho trlau of war and tho s of sorrow and suffering. We havo injoyed tho bloimlncs nf non n.,.i , l high dogroo of happiness and s glfL No civil disorders havo orouKiu sorrow or shame to our Wo havo kept tho covenant of tho law with each other and , with our Maker. Wo havo maintained pcaco. neighborly cnml u. ill n.i t ililp throughout tho boundaries of tho Jommonwcalth without reproach. Wo aavo enjoyed the blessing of liberty nd complete freedom undor tho law. ine puuilc peace and tho fair name )f the state have not been marred y feuds or lawless bands. Our people havo worked together with rau-;ugood will and honest respects for ach others opinions, faith and feeling as they never did beforo. Our :rops havo given rich returns for tbo labor of tho farmer, the factories havo produced a great output and business interests have prospered, and for all these gifts and blessings to our country and old Kentucky I call upon our people together In tholr homes and 3hurches to render praise and thanks to our Lord." bur-iongen-irou- y-- -' -- T'T r-- ri We may not reallzo, perchance, w'hat home means to us until ecas !, ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! ..hTr,,r1' S"'1 r,,b rul' nnl "cratch you M (ih klnyou coulil almost tear tho burning if from your body -- unni it an If you could no lonjer endure llirno cncfle wfl lorturr those terrible dayst of nli-liIrpilrsii il Thru -- a. nuony. few drop of D. D. D., tho .!"?!" 'rxe,"n Breolflc and. Oh! what relief The Itch Kono Inntuntlyt Com- .v.. n.t. n Im HI lini' ,ai n elmple external wash I l that rlramwK .K . o:y ' i ' ; t i t 'i .il my on ii lioiiM'wnrk. . mother ndvliwsl to trv I.rill.i ecr t alilo Comnouml. tin Today am well mid strong M My mo 1 ' .. cmnc home suffering worse iimn wore. WiereiourM'knii(l and heAla the. Inflamed ekln oa nothing Hue. can. A rrcok-nlieprrinc for noxema. 1'norInBln. Salt Jlhriim t,r any other akin trouble. can Klve you a full alzn tyittta the crnulne I). I). I), remrdy for of oo ft and if the vrry bottlo full to Klve relief It will not coat you a Tribute to his Mother. cent r hIo can Klve you a aample bot"I owe a great deal to my mother. tle f.ir !5 crnta Why nufTcr another day wht-- you can rit D. D. D.I She was soamtressi cook, washlady, Tuc Hickman Drug Co. and never until Into' In life had a servant In tho house. And yet she was a cultivated woman. She read Chan-nln- g MAJORITY IS 31,335. ,' and mountains separate us from tho perchance not until sick-iii's- b and mlsfortuno come pcrchanco not until tho Dreaded Shadow falls upon tho threshold and tho Ilaven croak abovo tho bust of Pallas. Hut whcii some lie Is snapped and somo link Is broken and some chair Is vacant at the flreaido then we reallzo that tho cord that binds us to the homestead are knotted in tho bosom's corp and center then wo realize that U.. poet sang for us and sang for all the world when be sang besides tlif Thames: ' Mid pleasure and places tho' I may roam, He It over so humblo thoro Is no place like home." loved onus Paying the Shoe Bill a Real Problem YOU don't have to pay more than best practical as low as $3. long-weari- You can get good and stylish "EndweW shoes value in shoes if you buy "Endwells." $4 for the Jn nppenrnnce, wearing quality and range of styles all "Eadwetl" shoes are all good shoes, whether S3, $3.50 or $4. All three grades get the same careful workmanship the same "Forest Oak" sole leather tanned only by Endicott. Johnson & Co. This leather cannot be obtained in any other shoes. Each" Endwell" shoe contains the most obtainable for the price, In wear, style and comfort. Always ask for tho "Endwell" shoe. nrt lfir9r ' I uJ Prices $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 9 Hi ( . mIki i On UifnrHUo funttehrd from Hkk do not tlrng nlon& until man county. ShMlff Johson artet. wl 13 It ji Ilay and .Srwwlsht at il Uncccsunry, but nt unco in 1 I'lnkluini's Veputnblo Andy Dovvd's place near town Krhlay night Tbo girt Is Ami)' wle and t years It h.n lKen the st.tn- is f.ir uM(in'R 111a. nml 1ms was staylHg with him. Tke oowtrie r. t .nil tlio honllh of tlioti- - waa wanted for etoptnittlMit Is Ilay f guinea. i.Win don't, voti try UV ran off with Ms wife's U ycr okl daughter or hia stn daughter ami wrc found toHhw tat r'rWay night NEORO KILLS ANOTHER. Ih UHMr 4tilMi; anartwents, makM1hh Moors, Orncle Loo Mayes, ... formerly of Hlokraan, who ing a clear case agalnet titm ToHiiHjte Moss. Ixnilse Nosblt and . oh tho court dock- They wr hrotiBlK to UUs crty and Meners. Alien Mnyos, Horbert Clark under thu fotnonien pteetd m Jll. The girl k were the guunts of Mrs. It. L. Gray ' idt." t and instantly rotHrn to Iwr mother and will Mkely ' Sunday. ' i irfiK-i mRru at Tlptonvillc, Rt a reform school inotesice. The ! Tho Naylor Mercantile Co. of Cay-f- t. - n.dy aftatrnoon. nmn U about JS jnmrs ohl. lUitk wHI are putting on a remarkable cut rouble wnji the rtsult of ndls )m hld (or the Jaaaary term of cir Mice sale in every departmnt In their ' ' a crap gamo. Humboldt cuit ctmrt. bh; storo. It will pay tho dlscrlmlnal ' im! has not bet-caught. Ing buyer to lnvoatlgatc. . - at Tlptonvlllo offer a ro- Tk J.ll ... ' 1 io for his .l.l . ul .Iml Matter grocork's for tbo samo money nrrosl. Morgan failing !o"i or tho samo crocreli'H for less money about J lVrHnt last wk while taking up a collec-Uo- for cash Mathouy Uroe. & PlanUJ ! an undertaker call Harry Kolks are nlnays falling down Lon rttlc Coal, all grades, from 2 G I'"- In with BU Louis Furnishing Co ahile making a rollrx-tloiup. J'hono 186. ,.Tatl. . .'I .n- - III .'.-M-- are nffllct-- l with any mpbilrit to try It." Mm. iik h. It. It. Ho, 6, l'aw Paw, niniMitmil mid mlvlsa my to Ljnlla K. oo IMnkhatu's I CAUGHT IN THE ACT Negro Caught Here With Goods On. Thf official majority of Governor McCreary is 31.3J6 In tho whole atnto. lie ruoBlved 22C.771 votes, as against IM.mG for O'ilwir. MoDonnott 221. 3t, oh against ly 0,890 for Ilrtotow, a majority of 30,Ci4. The total votoa cast in tbo election, th Govonior'a race was 422,207, as compared with 410,909 In the race In 1307. McCrcary rvcived 30,343 moro votes that did Judge Hager and O'Kcnr received 19.041 votes Ices than Gov Wlllson, four years ago. re-oet- fr r ' yt n n.. ! I Every Schwab I Suit' Sell Must Wear V evwvi Satisfactorily, or Your Money Back say so Tlmt's our declaration of principles--w- e because our confidence in Schwab clothing enables us to assume so broad and liberal an obligation to you without fear of serious consequences. 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-wo- ol A rt M il-- 1 m m m The natural result of making Schwab clothes so extra good is that you get more value for your money than in any other make. Just try a "Schwab be convinced. Come in right away and select from my excellent assortment of them. $15 Special" and GUARANTEED To be all wool To sutisfuctlon wenr to your and kept up with the literature of the day. When I was a llttlo tot she Uhed to read good books to mo. Xtfit Ml I J2aaaaaamaaaaaaaam "You young women hero havo every opportunity for literary culturo and jou aught to avail yourselves of It. You ought to bo very proud with money earned so honorably, for money that Is not earned honorably will ntver do you any good." The above words were spoken by No. 530 Patent colt button Mr Carnegie, the whllo shoe. "Swell" last. Soft mat uLi taking a largo company of work calf top. Medium weight oak ing girls to New York City. And then sole. Also similar shoe Jn this man of unlimited wealth closed blucher pattern. by saying: Just one of 100 aew styles. "I shall never forget how proud I was when I got my first wages of J1.2C a week, and how I felt when I was raised to fl.GO as a telegraph operator. To tako home that sum to my good mothor gave me such a feeling of manly Importance." is tho anchor that keeps our ships CONVICT KILLS CONVICT from drifting out to sea. It is the Pat Collins, of this city, Commits Murder. God gave us happy homes pure compass which keeps our rudder homes! Thoy may bo humble enough; truo to heaven. It Is tho volco which but If love be In them, they will keep calls to us across tho waters grow Pat Collins, white, sentenced to Uip Bhlp of state anchored In sorono ing louder and clearer and sweeter with the deepening twilight: "Home, tho penitentiary for housebreaking and jwaccful waters. No blot will committed in this county about three s'nln the flag. The laws of the coun- Sweet Homo." years ago, stabbed a fellow convict try will bo framed In wisdom and upat tbo pen ono day last week. His held in honor. Tho statesmen will bo wa- victim is dead, and Pat Is now up A crust of bread, a pitcher steadfast In tho forum. The noldler ter, a thatched roof and love; of 1 It, with a good chanco of electhere will bo valiant in the field. The senhappiness for you whether tho day trocution. tinel upon tho watch tower will be be rainy or shiny. Many of our citizens will recall a faithful in tho hour of danger; and Jail delivery which occurred here on all will bo well with tbo republic. Thanksgiving day three years ago Hearts aro the trump cards in life, today when five men made their esand the ticket we must present at cape three securing a skiff and pullSome Advice to Wives. tho door of heaven. The heart is tho ing across tho river while Sheriff Remember that you are married to a bookkeeper of our actions. How do posse poured a volley of lead man nud not to n god; lie prepared you keep it? Is it clean and puro Seat and Into fleeing prisoners wounding ono for Imperfection. enough for public Inspection, or is of them seriously. One of these men Anticipate the discovery by your It scarred over with bad thoughts and was Pat Collins. Ho is also the man husband that you are "only a wom- worso deeds! Ah, keep thy heart dil- who assaulted our aged Jailor Noonon an;" If you wore not he would not igently, for out of It aro the Issues shooting him through tho hand enro nbout you. of life. with tho Jailers own pistol and then Onco in a whllo let your husband beating him over tho head with It have tho last word; It will gratify htm until ho was left In a pool of his own Good woman try and hit tho nail and be no particular loss to you. blood. you aim at and not the ono on your Do reasonable; His a great deal to This is tho character of tbo man Pat ask under some circumstances, but thumb. Collins who stabbed to death his feldo try; reasonable women are rare low convict with a knlfo stolen for be rare. Matheny Bros. & Plant, on Dec. 1, tho purpose. Remember that servants aro mado will change their business to strictly He was also Sheriff Johnson's first of tho same material as you are; a cash. Cash customers do not have to prisoner to tako to Eddyvllle. little coarser grain, perhaps but tho pay forbad dobtsand costs of collecsamo Is essentials. tion. Try and forgot yourself; as to your WANTED a good man with family husband forget that you married him Call for supplies at E. C. Rico's to milk In dairy. A good Job for the and remember that he married you; Shoe Storo for your Singer Sewing right man. A. H. LEET, proprietor ho will then probably do the rcverso. Machines. of Woodlawn Dairy. Let him rend tho newspapers at breakfast-able- ; it Is unsoclnble but then It is only a trlflo after all, and bo likes It. Let him know moro than you do once In a while; It keeps up his and you will bo none tho worse for admitting that you aro not actually infallible. Itcad something in tho.pnpor besides fashion notes and society columns; havo some knowledgo of whnt Is going on In foreign countries. Do n companion to your husband If A favorite with professionals. ho is n wise man; and If ho is not to tnnko him become your compan lon. Rnlso his standard; do not let Grade Koo, 12 gauge, 30 inch barrels. Right him lower yours. barrel modified, left barrel full choke, Weight Respect your husband's relntions, cpeclally his mother she Is not the 7 pounds NEW. L. C. Smith, double safety. k'6s his mother because she is your mother-in-law- ; sho loved him beforo you did. This Gun for rent to any responsi- I ENDWELL SHOE Iron-maste- r, """2mII' SULLIVAN BROTHERS I '. self-respe- ct I I H I I Try This Model I H H H H H If V iI -4 H Homo! Home! To decline this sim- ble person. Apply to ple English word is to exhaust the ro sources of metaphor. It Is tho charm- lip9kMMM91lilitiU& Where Quality Reigns Higher than Price. ed center of all existence. It is the goldon axlo-trc- o around which all Industry all thought 11 feelings rotates. It is tho casket of humanity's crown Jowels. It is tho hlvo of lovo's sweet honeycomb for which wo hoard and hopo and hunger. It is the hare of retreat to which wo turn our footsteps when tho labors of the day aro over. It is our bivouac on tho march. In tho desert. It It is our woll-sprln- g I M H. E. CURLIN Home of Quality. I M V v iinurnu mmwrnimmm':' n "'TNT Tl 0WiHAAm f ""L1. 5 The Courier's Weekly Sermon i. 4 I.- ;?'.?'r:wv?,t:l; 1:'-':''iJt,'-'"',;'H Don't -" lly l'AHTOH ,,, Ksv.'tsi.w ItUShKI.I.'iT rt SUaJEtJT atS.i2i.': Ky. Lump Coal THANKSGIVING DAY; Tinker i E-- mdix -- r w&,u'&zr. , i S 1 i ttiiT N : : : 2x i With It li4iS ITS APPRECIATIONS. Uniiiankiu!n8ss Is Dangerous, The Thankful Are : : : tivU coming A Rn A Ton Jffif Furniture Think of When You Think of "1 : : Let me save you money on your coal. Montgomery be Blessed, STAHR STEVE PHONES BOTH belleers that Tlmnksglxltig Is if your steam or hot water heating apparatus is out of order. The chances are you will only make it worse. Better send for us in the first place and have us do what is needed. .We make a specialty of heater work and know what the trouble is at a glance. Better have yours overhauled. Tinkering with it may spoil it. : : : : : : : : Pastor Russsll 6ayi That All Should Join With th Palmlt David, "Oh, Give Thank Unto th Lord. For H I Good: His Mercy Endureth For aver- - Pialm exxxvi, 1. Conu, Nov. '.'Oth Russell Pastor of the Loudon ami llrooUyu Tabor uncles prcaihcd twice here today We Rive a synopsis of liU discourse on Thanksgiving n hove New Haven. : : : : Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. JWi. 7X : : : : flash. OK quitted With tnore cause 1 i IIihd ever for t bn n k Mi In ess. Christendom Is losing the sentiment of prntUuile to Oml. nnd Thanksgiving Day it to tuiny merely a holiday lu religious inaitvr In general. Christen doin Is nildl apprnai-hluthe coiull-ti-ai- t Atlorney-at-Lo- w prophesied by St. Paul, when I ami linitfitnesM tiu'ii would preorvi the form of god- - which I )liro)ln and Notary Public iliie-nfettHlv to destroy our but tienj its tower. (It timothy win. h Ih A i Tht' cull so of this the Pastor lltxntt.ti ibpmtrti nnar bv Will practice in all Courts Intelligence trnied to the What UnthcnMulnes Costs. of the State. of our day whlrb. along religious Hues, mmmmmmmmma Wp may ht sure that unthankful HANDY REEL FOR CHALK LINE bus rut loooo from the Ulble and Hlolt.xri.fvn., XCy. nes today will bring tixu umii. tmi cut loose from the true a xrtstt urn ttro- - n great Snow Flake Flour. Wlndi Cord With Great Rapidity and, f!od We e. It rsMHltvtt' tv Cnbellof In Higher Crlllcx. not content with the Bolng Flat, Will Lis Wharevar Office with -Best Meats in the city, fresh and tender. rejection of the creeds of the Dark tind mean ioxhv trust In self hitssH It May Be Placad. 0ire lllsifHIeHt HMMns strife to at Ages have attacked the Bible-- prejuJudge B. T. Davis Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. tun tbe 'MUSTS enrpletl itMKMS at) Tbe old method of winding a chalk diced against It by tbe Inconsistencies nr lit menu tbe disruption of h Thinking to reuder Una was to cut a notch in one and of of the criMiN Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. t Ir si, ,n vrslrm lis the Wttftl nf e to liutnanlty and to the Truth, a stick and wrap It around the a tick kaiitel (II. 1. ;,! forvt.,i-- . tied Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. by a peculiar twitting motion. Only tliej have fur fifty year been quietly at rotir s.tt rsttentv the Apostle's ar a person skilled In auch work could and sin i vHruiiy engaged In undermin' Full line of Hcinz's, varieties. II wind the cord up with any speed. Even ing the faith nf Christendom In the, S'lmePI mi 1 .lis mlijpet llHHMIlsl nUR TIME, iin.na to the dark eland la then if the line was laid down a root UlMe ax it Dlilne Itevelatlon. Tbey In Tlie sii the IMwtie prumlse of rescue, after knowledge Liftii for themselves a similar inspire ) stMll have lenrnisl a lismii llmi to that of the Apostles, while they the wiir and experience TVe S4'rtttures iiRsiireu thought t lint holy Prophets for eternltt rldl ule thi is the printing of old .pnke and wrote us they were that the tlrm of tmubte and nnan-hTelephone orders receive our personal attention. rooted by the Holy Spirit of Ood-- II will is foliotvisl by the inlMlshmeHt basinets. s ftttiriou of Kluailoiu- - the Peter I. V.1 bludtna of iHtati the letting loose of Evolution and Hlghtr Criticism. even omi liilliience null the true DiRejecting the Illblo as a special knowledge of (led I lie rising of the When jrou are in need of some- vine Revelation from a personal Cod. Sun sf lllRliteousnuss with healing In to net step of the nigber Critic m this Una Ita Iximis. Pint glorious time must lie an easy one to proclaim nature waited for. w! Phone 74: DON'T FORGET THIS t'i- - rod nnd or of nil things an rent i roiiHl god Thus tbey were Just I fur Darwin's theory of Erolu DONT EXPERIMENT. !. i I tint nalvtr Is god nnd trorfc Is You Will Make No Ml. take If i. in f nature the survival of tbe I' You Follow This Advise. p i. and tbe fittest tbe most pug-- i tn i. mi awl overbearing, nnd selfish -- ASK FOR RATES- licmlug Never neglect your kldnoys. ' hiive gradunlly reached the mi i. If you have pain In tho back, uriwhere tkm iunsis of Christen KhTMII.IHIU I' 1VA i il'.iit.t the exUtcnre of a personal nary disorders, dlxlnesa and nervous-nesa- ( PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 8T. TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. ' ' Mid nr Inclined to believe In a it'a time to act and no time to ie .1 forci n nature-go- d and experiment. Theao are common sympService: Real for Chalk Line. Kiicreitor to II (I ItAinmsiie. ilrceiint . e i hit by mine process of evo toms of kidney trouble and you should Every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. or Inclined surface when wound or n tlK-lchildren's rblldren. In tlio seek a remedy which Is recommend Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday. partly wound up, the rounded surface ti rpufter tuny attain to something of (he twine would cause it to roll off. t r limn the present; but they see od for the kidneys. A California man has surmounted both , pw-i- i the nmurnnce of a future life Doan's Kidney Pills la tbe remedy W. J. McMURRY these disadvantages at one clip. He r iii-- i any more than for tbe to use. It has cured many stubborn Attorney-at-Lahas invented a reel which winds with 'IIV.itliHI cases In tbla vicinity. great rapidity and which, being flat, CURBING, STONE WORK OF ALL ithankful. Unholy, Covenant-Brea- k Office in LaClede Building on corner. stays wherever it Is put The reel la Can Hickman residents demand furKINDS, IRON FENCING. ers. Hickman, Ky. ther proof than tho following tcstl made of ono piece of strong wire, bont to ui why the masses I'liN into the shape shown In the cut Oue nionlal? Hickman, Kentucky little interest In Tbnnksgivlng end fits loosely Into a wooden handle, inVra. J. L. Jones, N. Eighth St, M. CRUTCHFIELO mm u holiday. DR. E. Tbey have in which It revolves, and the other fita fin mot tiitt (,ol the living nnd true Mayflold, Ky., says: "It was Hvo Dentist tightly in a turning handle, which is 'i ! f i Meivpiiiy Father Under these years ago that I first used Doun's used revolve Davidson's old stand. Phone No. 2. windstoin the it Th. line, of course, ; ii j i a tn di hinsl Pastor Bus- - Kidney Pills, and was cured of an shanks between. Ky. Hickman, 'iu-that tbey are un attack of kidney complaint which bad annoyed me for somo tlmo. Today ALLOY IS EXTREMELY LIGHT I can state that during the years HICKMAN FURNITURE O. which have olapsed slnco this cure Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Metal With Practicable Tentll. Strength and Speclflo Gravity Lesa was effected, there has been no re I Phone 20 day or night. Than That of Aluminum. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY jcurronco of my trouble. Other mom Hickman, Ky. bcrs of our family havo also taken Aluminum has become so indispensIDonn's Kidney Pills with gratifying able in all sorts of motalllc products on writes Mrs. L. R. Barker, niUKUTOUH 'results. It Is with pleasure that I THE ELECTRIC STUDIO account of its extreme lightness that It. M. IHt.KH of Bud, Ky., "and can do J.J.O. IIONtiUllANT Everything In Photography confirm the public satement I gave the attention of the commercial metalII. T. I1AVI8 'CIKO. ll.TIIUKIiKKLD all my housework. For lurgists haa beon turned to the in In 1003 In praise of Doan'sKiney Pills, llr.J. M. IltJIIllAUIl T.A.I.KDFOHD Style, Quality and Prices Right years I suffered with such vestlgatlon of the combining properties IIKNUY HANnt.lt for I still hold a high opinion of Next to Price House of magnesium, which is evon lighter pains, I could scarcely thorn." We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, nnd than aluminum, but lacks the tensile stand on my feet. After For snlo by nil dealers. Price COc. strength that would make it valuable t offer our depositors the most liberal treatment, consistent W00DLAWN DAIRY IFoster-MllburCo., Buffalo, N. Y., three different doctors Iiad In practical work. Aviators would with sound banking. A. H. Leet, Proprietor. solo ngenu for tho United States. doubtless welcome the discovery of an a'n failed to help me, I gave alloy of magnesium from which It Ilcmember tho name Doan's nud Cardui a trial. Now, Heel The only dairy in INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS would be possible to construct the , take no other. Fulton County. like a new woman." frames of their machines. Other J. J. O. IIONIit'llANT. branches of engineering could make E58 J. A. THOMPSON, Cashier t II. (1 IIAMAOK, AmH Cn.liltir extensive use of a metal with a speI BALL INJURES WOMEN BASKET . -cific gravity of 1.7, and all sorts of m -uses have been suggested, but until ImJS Physician Declares Qimo Is Not a the last month or so magnesium has Put n porous plaster ou tho chest Sport for Qlrl Because of It roiused to combine. nn 'nko a good cough syrup interDanger. A French patent now describes a nally If jou would treat a sovoro XixajOL-vx- a process of making an alloy Dimension Stuff cut to order on and magnesium containing as of zino Tonic I Spokane, Wash. Paul Pattlson of cne of sore lungs properly. Got tho high as SO, and in somo cases 88 per cenL magColfax, prosecuting nttornoy of Whit- dollar slzo DALLARD'S HOHEHOUN A woman's health deShort Notice. SYHUP. Wllh each bottlo man coimty, WashlnRton, whoso wife u froo HKIUUCK8' UUD there Is nesium. This alloy la said to be a pends so much upon her PEPPKIt is recovering In a 8poknne hospital POItOUS PLASTER for tho chest metal with practicable tensile strength Mill located on Dresden Road and a specific gravity almost SO p.r delicate organs, that the -- ATfrom an Injury sustained while playing Sold by Hickman DruR Co. basketball In tho championship aeries, trouble there affects 2 -2 miles east of Hickman. cent less than that of aluminum. All tbe leading magazines at Fethe Is authority for the statement that The same Inventor describes her whole system. It Is Bradley & Pariiam's If you are in need of anything loy of caloium in practicable an al with a single exception every member & French's. form the little things that count, or the coirax team, of which be was which has the remarkable sjuclflo in this line, see manager, has undergone nn operation, In a woman's life and gravity of 1.68. Basket leaves every and thot ovory player on the Chesney Dr. J. M. HUBBARD health. If you suffer from Tuesday afternoon Normal School toani has been under Saturday night at the Lytic. any of the aches and o the surgeon's knife Dr. A. B Shuht, who nttendod Mrs. ? pains, due to womanly Best Work Lowest Prices 0 Why not use dustle&s coal for cook Pattlson, declares that basket ball Is weakness, fake Cardui at O. XX. ing. A. A. Faric has the real article Injurious and should not be cngnged In ft. 44444444 Phone 4 f once, and avoid more seriby girls or women, adding; "Tho e at the right price. , e of women should keep them from ous troubles. We urge There's some class to Betters orth Ibis dangerous sport," you to try it. Begin today. A satisfied customer is our best ad" C. H. Moore Phone 4 ft Prsvther's 25c Granger coffee. Have Singer Sowing Machlno office at vertlsement. We can satisfy you. you trial RT Moving Picture Saturday night, E. 0, Rico Sho Store . White Bros. Phone 195, A. HJI mm rtnth Dhrtnnr mm s from the toil M. TYLER msms AMD prisons overflowing nnd ninny of the world pleasure mad. St. Paul's words, without lod anil hiivltig no hope In the world' surely fit the majority of Christendom today These conditions breed the reverse of thankfulness, Thus we see namely dissatisfaction the world enjoying blessings as never ns nevpr bebefore, and The opening of the ejes of tin fore derstandlng to the fact that onr race Is one and that tbe blessings of earth belong equally to all. Is now coming to men. These are great truths With this knowledge should come nn nppre elation of the Divine supervision of thp earth's affairs nnd n knowledge of the Dlvtye intention to rectify nil Hip InoquaHtlps ami In equities of the prem-n- l time In it future Age Slnie 'he tttmlre of nit mankind l one men are tin liapp ne lbllo.opliiMi in pnN'tHluitng n theurr tlir.-Hit-- n 1 that tho n niero formality ititinhes nre nearly empty nnd tho The biggest and most varied line is now ready for your inspection. only enables men to sell I have ever shown Selling for cash for Less GOODS. Money than credit houses, and you will save by trading here. I also carry a full line of UNDERTAKING Come See the Goods The Everything You Want Grocery 11 i. 1 I 57 Fori Deliveries Prompt Sale I Me-si- sa MATHENY BROS. & PLANT P-- i K Business Directory i HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS I i r Marble and Granite -- ' I I iiii Monuments - ppit p Farmers and Merchants Bank "I Am Well" n Rough Lumber for Sale... U Tho Woman's LAUNDRY i Try Our FRFSH MFflTC MOOIU3 4--4 ft..) i44A4.4, i I GROCERIES XtXIST nn-tur- 44t,