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We dont believe In forcing a on anyone, fnper do not want to mln a copy, keep the subscrlp-tlo- n 1 per Year Advance -- OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY ; N , , J pllons to imly o surely It moimK. ,r.tl , ,1Prr root . c B. , ir local News so limn ' to pml Mt ',,r ni' ml itlvrs I , ,n mid THE HieKMAN COURIER. Volume 52 LILY 8UNK AGAIN. tion HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1911 pnld up. A notice of e pi raRiven here IS days abend with Number 24 A Blue Mark 70 e have I ears had seventy years withCougk ,.t experience with confi-- t b us have great ,1, it for coughs, colds, ,v in iJutis, weak throats, and k lungs. We want you t confidence in it, as to uJI. Ask your own doctor w' it experience lie has had uih it, He knows. Keep in ilnse touch with him. u.rry Ayers Pectoral. This Tho government light house steamer Lily, which sank tut vera I week ago near Kansaa City, was rained mid rejmlred, ami started under her own team for Keokuk to go on the docks there for ropalra. Her progrvsa was very alow. She Hank again Friday week, about tO mthxt above the mouth of the River, ixwr the bank In a few feet of water. 8I10 will be raised and taken to Kt. IxjuIv. RUSH CREEK ITEMS. Will Holiday Gifts Made of Ribbons WlfWIlfWl.fTlfWJJWli wpinriiHfinw ue llelda baby haa inumonkt. la Ian larls barn building a n w Mock The Gift Maker's BEST OPPORTUNITY!Our new and beautiful line of Holiday Goods, full of choicest selections for the Christmas trade is now ready for your inspection, and you are invited to f call and see the new goods, embracing - rt pills l bedtime will cause aiH (in of bile and Produce a iia e effect the day following. i i- cicii box. Show It to your at a glance. K There wo no sahool at Hush Creek Thursday and Friday Ham Oliver spent ThankHgUiiiK hla mother l Missouri dMy l,i attir I Hi- -- x f t? nt bedtime, Jutt one. J o aru co., lw.ii. mm 'll understand Clara and Stella Davis nlgbt with Jm It i.-n- t -- pr , CLARK DEAD. Ilk wtater la come tbtaT tuiHkeftlvliig dat mma Jj.-r- . to. uond lobn k hre Thank.glv- hiikIdk Uw death of llev. hi Tulfeifcoma, Tunn.. uh lending ( Methodlat ahuroh. th ' n dbttrlot Presiding n retlrbtg (rum th i' .m and was grontly -- niir ekurtit. of kU HkMik away n , yenra about bom Wt rnrd In a ami was tiiura unlMd . MIm Lilly 1iw. Tho William I. Clark, of ..f tau PUsgernld-Glnr' Mm Viola. lUllliett, of S C Th remains wro .itM44tofo fur burial. k 'itwI a Llnut mn1 Mury Ihmdurant d pruarMMt: at Libert) .Sui.1j I4hii4 lkwdNram Irk In Martin wttb mim'HI h-- USEFUL APPROPRIATE Ttui kKl r r oM of th brotti-- ( krssents... tr, a. Joe WhMe rtottrd Mam. tact wk. KUilN4 Whlt-- . Ktnina U;n V iuikI llan TtMHk8tliS 1hr W'BK r a int r s' proitraui r. nl. r Wedtt'-IMli- 11K We have new novelties In nice but Inexpensive goods. We have nicer and more costly gifts. But In ALL grades and at at ALL prices 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 flfty-aeve- k on Tko foUswteff ld tli.- r :rtt kM txnmlaUofl. Utir mm.,'s i Ihk it foUmvtHr;: itli unul. Zii.nfni tr. Jo CrtUe H. 7th Knd OOiMnynx Krad MeCullau 16, Is lMvtH M; l'aHBe Mrt M. Fred Mom and Kd ma DavWi SI; Mil xrada Vnct Dattit CroaUc 94, llob 78. . 4U Krnda lr 1)1 Uateles DiaToid$ bon Is flulshed with rosottes of knot ted loops. It is Intended for a little girl and is mado of light pink satin ribbon shirred over narrow elastia tape. Two neck pieces are shown with small pendant ribbon flowers. These are made in all colors. Ono consists of n cluster of loops of baby velvet ribbon, having ends finished with pendent flowers. Tho other is a small bow of wider velvet with three pendant flowers. Hoses made of Batin ribbon are Bpangled with rbtnestono dewdrops and mounted with millinery foliage. They nro intended for the alr or corsage and aro often used In other ways, instead of tho natural rose. They are scented with rose perfume. MOREY'S IS TO BE REPLACED HftjMJr H. IK'Xt. For IU-t- . I an undertaker call Harry tt with 8L Loula FurnUhlng Co r. rated. . VLB AT ONOB f c f 1 1 (Tpreaa ahlnKlca. cg.e Co. 1 Ono million C. M. '. - , 1 ' a Rood man with family ,. dairy A good Job for tho A II. LKBT, proprietor awn Dairy. It was a long and bloody battle for life that was wage by James II. Mer-showhich he J., shoes writes.of "INewark, N.muchofblood from is one had lost hemorrhages, and was vory weak and ou have been hearing' so much about. rundown. For eight months I vaa In o j k.. finish and wearing quality unablo to work. Death seemed close heels, when I began, three m other shoes sold at the same prices. on my ago distinctly to uso Dr. King's New I. cannot be obtained in anv other woeks nro mado of leather Hint me Is has Discovery. ' m Ikh ,hih? it is tannetl by Kmlicolt, Johnson & Co.. for use greatly. It Hut doing all helped you Is that claim." For weak, Bore lungs, obstivi v in their own hIiocs. trust, nate coughs, stubborn colds, hoarse1 h is tin only choc concern intlcpcntlcnt of the leather r or w' h mentis not only belter shoes bttt a lower price as well, for there ness, lu grlppo nstluna su raw material to the any throat or lung trouble it Is him'v one profit nthlwr 16' their cost from the premo. 50c and 11.00. Trial bottle shcUcsof your local htorc. free. Guaranteed by Helm &. Kill Are You Willing to Help Pay Trust Dividends? gELOW shown of the "Endwcll" "Endwclls pre better Nothing more elegant could be chosen for Christmas gifts than tho lovely drcas accessories shown here, mado MIsm IHit McNeil and !na Croe of ribbons From tho plain, neat craUnion C'ty vat bow of velvet ribbon to tho long aKMt TbankHRlrlng in fringed sash of satin, they represent a with telatltes. fashlonablo selection and a long rango Indepondent Slate as to prices. TofitMMw Tho The sash 1b nindo on a covered Committor called n prlmnry for April preference will foundation of canvas. Tho bucklo is 30. I91S rrealdontial of rat-tnbraid and both sash ends be one of tb maitera toted on are finished with fringe. Gold k&uzo and light colored satin ribbons are used for tho hair bands, decorated with ribbon flowers in dainty colors. Silk or velvet maiden-hai- r fern Is used with them, and rhlncstone dowdrops add a sparkling finishing touch. A shirred band of narrow satin rib WINS FIGHT FOR LIFE. Call for auppllca at E. C. Ulco'a Shoe Store for jour Singer Sowing Machines. Jeulry Silver (Joodj Cut Glass, Clocks, Novelties, Etc. Our silverware includes the famous 847 Rodgers Bros. 1 ' Our stock 13 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. will get the Best and Most Appropriate Presand you ents obtainable at Prices that zuill delight you I goods Yale Alumni Arranging to Establish a Duplicate of the Famous Eating House. New Haven, Conn. Yale alumni In nil parts of tho country. 'ho learned sometime ago of the passing of "Morey's," n famous old atudont eating house, have raised a fund to clll goods purchased at this store graved FREE iPoill he en- tn 4 1 hny-fovo- It and practically reproduce It la an old bouse on York street, a C. G. Schlenker's CHRISTMAS HEADQUARTERS It is worth while to remember the nnmo " Endwcll. bOll. MARRIAGE LICEN8E8 Granted In Obion County, Since Our Last Issue. aaaaaaH f J Prices $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 Jh til uhl J' ML teg IS '&'' J" jM xl EN DWELL SHOE No. 1027 Yale's Famous Eating House. block from the collego campus. Tbe rooms In this York street house will be arranged exactly as in the original Mrs. M. B. McNoll has boon on tho tavern, and on tho walls will be hung sick list for the past fow weeks. tho samo old prints and the famous table topB on which Yalo students for carncsUy solicit a share of many generations have carved their Wo satyour business on a guarantee of initials. isfaction. Whlto Uros, Phone 195. Got n homestead and Tillle MoHroom Kriiest Hrndy and Josslo Donahoo J. M. Worroll and Doss Lay Hunt Ilopor and Fannlo Ulzwell Noblo llatiillton and Kntle Parks Wllllo Sullivan and Itena O'Selph V. A. Must and Nola Darnell. O. C. Carter and Josslo Ilrlggs. Iostor Fryor and Ruth Moss. C. 1". Comor NOTICE TO OUR PATRONS AFTER DECEMBER I Our business will be changed to t ' pi STRICTLY CASH this we will be able to sell the same quality of goods at much to SULLIVAN BROTHERS . Gun nielal calf 1C0 acres of Government Innd for $14.00. For furthor information and Uuehcr. IIlRU toe last. Half double .eft mat calf upper.ahoe m button location, wrlto T. J. Jenkins, Hotel console. Similar Jan. 4 Main, Little Rock, Ark. pattern. styles. Just one of 100 new Chlldron tnko UALUUtD'S SYRUP willingly becauso it tastes nlco. Thero Isn't n better rem-edfor children's coughs, hoarseness and bronchitis It's a good inedlclno COo and and easy to tako. Prlco 25c, Hickman $1.00 per bottlo Sold by Drug Co. in Arknnsaa of ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. All parties holding claims against the estato of J D. Webster, deceased, aro hereby notified to fllo same with the undersigned properly proven, on or boforo March 1st, 1912, or thoy will bo forever barred. All partlos indebted to tho estate are requested to como forward and settlo and savo costs of a eult. GEO. h. WHITE, Executor. everybodyno exceptions. By do-i- nj G'" HOIIE-HOUN- v LOWER PRICES Matheny Bros. & Plant ful q ONE GIFT YOU WANT IS SURELY HERE. J OUR QUALITIES AND PRICES WILL PLEASE YOU Send Your Friend A Muffler Any lady or gentlemen, Sweater Coat for Brother or Sister will bo n happy nolutlor at homo or abroad, would of tho fjuontlon of n Chris present There i appreclte getting an elegant Bilk muffler as a present; at a moderate pru ' I probably not a and it's Or IX easily sent, too. your- young man or woman who you'd like one for see self, como and our and Men Like full llnoa of ladles' gents' silk or lislo mufflers. The colors are hlte, gray brown, pearl, cream, etc., plain or figures. New Hats Present your relatives with a hat for hrlstmas and see him dressed as you prefer. Our hat department con tains all tho latest styles of stiff and soft hats of best quality and colo Including the tho most makes. High Grade House Coats Appropriate) for gentlomon of all ages. If you're pux zled about what to glvo any gentleman, you may bo assured that tho many comforts of a high grado houso coat, such as we'll show you, would pleasohlm. Plain or fancy colors Shirts For Every Man Get them horo for your brother, father or son. Wo'll show you only good shirts that suit your Ideas as to color stylo and fabric. Loading makes at reasonable price. nolf, Christmas1 Suspenders It ou don't know what right if you'll almost gue you buy him a pair of hand-somChristmas suspenders Wo have thmo in select variety for o would not eagerly accept a nice woolen swoatcr as a gift. coal Wo carry aUrR' all atkortment sites lu gray, brown, white, blue ml, etc., plain or striped ranging from 50 cents lo 50 cents to $1.50 $2, 2.50, $3, $4 $4 to 12.50 50c to 1.75 25c 50c 75c to $3.00 Fine Dress Gloves Christmas and tho hooa Gentleman Friends brother, father, son cousin Best Gift For Men If you want to make brother, father, sweetheart, relative or friend happy and proud of his present and see him dressed to suit you, select one of our handsome woolens and Is iMon suggest dress gloY as an appropriate any gentleman. exprcwoxx! in s or uncle, each oaoofthem would not refuse an extra nice umbrella for special casions. find oc- glftfr such a Ooodtaj'. In our store you'll a large selection of reliable mercerized and silk umbrellas, with plain or fancy handles. There's Have us take his measure for clothes tailored to order by Ed. V. Price & Co., Chicago. This is the surs way to secure clothes that are right. The style and fit are guaranteed absolutely correct and the workmanship unsurpassed, but the price is much less than you'd for ordinary tailoring. have to handsome and valuable gif' All tli deslrablo abadesot and itl Ik smooths glovos, undrei-- lined or unlu od nre to be found in ou department. pair, from Trices row;-- surely one here to please eery taste and purse. 75 cents to $8.50 jy 1.00 to 1.75 Wool Gloves Three-Butto- n Double-Dreaite- d Reserve Your Pattern Today Sack, No. 740 25c to 1.50 J For Friends Going A Word To Mothers It's cheaper to buy men's pajamas and night robes Handsome Neckwear If you wish to glvo an Inexpensive prosent that any man would consider himself fortunato to visit our nockwear department whero choosing is a delight, and make a selection. Prices. Shoes and Slippers Members of your family can always use now shoos or slippers. Our footwoar department offers a wide-style-s in all leathern at reasonable prices. Comfortablej Underwear Uuy Acceptable Traveling Suit coses, valises and trunks of reliable quality such m we sell will last for Christmas joursolt a suit of Furnishings For Men This list suggests a num than It is to make thorn yourself. Why not savo time and let. your money do double duty on Xmas our underwear for Christmas and bo sure of one good prcsont nt lonst. A good fit and durability guaranteed. Slnglo garments Night Robes in years to 8ee 75c, $1.00, Pajamas. $1.50 Shoes. $1.50 to $5.00 $1.00 to $1.50 50c to Union como, and the giver will long be remembered. $1.50 25c. 50c and 75c Slippers, $2.00 Suits, $1 to $2 her of articles sultablo for Christmas giving. Thuro Is something deslrablo here our line today for nearly evory price that Fine All-Leath- er Suit Cases you would want to pay. Silk Initial handkerchiefs sox. bands, Ik-th $5 to $16.50 SoUd. Iron Bound Trunks and llnon Box offlno nrm cuffs. and Garters and Collars and robes. Collar $3.50 to $16.50 Hand Bag of all convenient sizes. .. k "'"3 J&4i2 - ""- -. s A . cuff buttons. Fancy hosiery. Stick pins. Fancy $2.50 to $12.50 Baltzer Tlie Store Tlxatt Leads & Dodds D. G. Co. suspenders and ovory nrtlclo INCOItrOIlATED of mon's furnishings. E2E3S wi.vgg Help the Children. I w DEAD. MRS. R. E. MILLET Olivia MUmt, wUe or H. E. .m. UdJa wo'm .ii.ill' ons of Uiu 1,,,'x 'known, died Ht 0:30, alter a morning at ti;3; alter u v tut Help the Children. Give them your Coupons from Ellison Bros. ntt . r va m jOUtU .i i tn Uiu awriously 1U b hud uol ot buart trouulo. Mho last Sunday, Extraordinary Values XDKT To got their Christmas Presents freo at Ellison Dros. bwu fowling ITEMS OMNTEREST. A WHOLE8ALE HOUSE? i, 73 years old, aud iuu oluunt rvMUUUtit ot lllCR- bbu n urvcu by ucr hus- a uud two cuiJuren J. H. Millut auu Ucorgo Atiuut, wuu .. u.t.vtuuiu in Loioriiuo. . jju iuriC4.a Mill bo bold to iirldayj ailorncon at tho cM conuucuu uy llov. , uu4.ui'. .a wU bo aad nowa to tho many Certuuiiy 4 oi uio uoccaaod. Goa-,i,, , uicuiiuui, Mldit was "" week pruvlous. ut, Christmas Furs Right in the nick of time just when you are wanting Furs for Chrislmas Gifts. The values are simply extraordinary, we have never shown such good values for the money. Ladies full sets, with the new style pillow muff, ranging in price from $2.50 to $18.50 Misses and Childrens' Fur Sets, $1.50 to $6.50 ' IIBIHIkaHMkHIHaHIBHHHBBHHBMHaMBgaBtHBHMKkHHHHklMaM muu-noane- 6 iuu ...oio cxiuuuid uouco Mill appear ,c wr lmd. toiuuiiu next week. OR rtNSVILLE WEDDINO. j.i uou uiid Miss Myrtio Ayurs, oi injur luowusillle, fcoru uarMills, buuday aiuir- . , woodland ; uio tiuyuti tmuisior o( Uuii Mvddtug cauio 04 qulto a sur-kmo wuu Irlouds ot Itiu hup- uuu couuty' in Uiu last u iiu u u vrouiiuunt uiouiber i.aiut ctiuicu una un houost . uuioiu 3ouufi njuii. r"uitou , ui a caudldnlo for as- - lioo i u , vuv o( Uio daughter ot JoUn ALL MILLINERY AT SACRIFICE PRICES subuuUul tarwurk ivuuiy, and a cu aiming and ...kui.u jouiifi lady. luuriur uxtvnd congratulaUoua W W. ELECTS OFFICERS. ..i . rvgutar ineoUng ot ,o 4, V. O. W lost nunt tbo k officers woro elected lor Klni At any stage of the season you can afford to buy an extra Hat at the price we are making, for Cash only. 1- .u . iiku, ; ,. Mgr. C. McMulllu, 0. -4 to i- -2 Off uipp. Adv. L. UAuLor. i . v iMudurant, Clerk, ttiivy, Uoort. , Walton. Watchman. Soutry. M Multtn, ,, muiUi, CapL Team. nOUTE 6. Uzzio King Walled Mrs. An- k aunuay. .. Mill bo proachlnK at tho .Mii.Uay ovonlnfi. ro korUcc at Now Hoimj v v.. Light and Sunday. larno Kir lot a tlno maro xj nibl with tho blind tacsuri. i Mabel Ayora waa Uio gucal o( i am t'ollock Saturday and Bun . -- ,ut( on all Hats, Feathers and Willow Plumes, Etc. BALTZER & DODDS D. G. CO. IVmurOItATED 1. W. G. Reynolds and A. M. shooting near dukedom. Help At a danco nt tho homo of Mr. Suit Shnw will load a car of poulDukodoni, Monor, thrco miles east of try at State Line on Tuesday, day nlghUChas. Johnson was shot and Dec. 12. Highest market dangerously wounded by HomorHoss. Ono of tho bullets took effect In Uio price. Teiephone for prices. right breast Just above tho nipple. the Children. Ask for Coupons with Cash Purchases at Ellison Dros. and give them to Uio children. a tf f t ii (i t.. ua tho first to mako a full fjial eetUcmont with tho Aud- for thu year's taxes. Ho aeouia wj so uio of tho quallttoa of Henry Tylor. Ho Is Itosa mode his escape A. 8. Darkott has our thanks for 20 years old and was last seen Miss Thcodosla Ernest Carpenter Klinca was Uo RUot souvenirs from Uie Holy Land, which driving n bay horso hitched to on daughter of Mr. George L. and Lll-H- o hisr luothor, Mra. Allco JoKorca, ho procured while touring that auto buggy. Carpenter (deceased), was born y toric country, last year. Tho momen-tolloth boys nro mombors of proml-no- April 3t 1S95. Sho departed this life braw bowls from aro families. November 28, 1911. Theodosla was i Ztta Herbert aa tho guoat from lKrUu l'ollock Saturday and Damascus, and rocks and shells reared by her aunt, Miss Hattlo Car Hev. Spurgeon Wlngo was ono ot Uio river Jordan and tho Seo of penter, who throughout Thoodosla's D. C. Kite, ono of Uio oldest and Inia tbo suwt Oallllec. Mr. IWirkott and family had long Illness watched over her with tho speakers at tho auunal Blblo i Lmma Dunhart Columbus, best known citizen ot delightful trip, aud woro stitute of Clinton BapUst church, In I r daufihtcr, Mra. Ulrtlo l'ollock, a very nt his homo the tenderest core. Our dear UtUo Clinton, Ky Uio early part of last as- - died Sunday afternoon Kind to Malt tho scenes ck. days Illness, friend died at tho early age ot six- week. in Columbus after a fow Savior teen years, after suffering paUenUy iff Henry Tylor of Caldwell roclatcd with tho Ufo of our t .lira Illaalngauio aponl Sun-v- . u bur roothur, Mra. Annlo IN MENORIAM. trrlo s hand-mod- o Grady TlBdale, of Union City, was hero Monday. Oscar Bly was in Dyorsburg Monday on business. Frank Cox, of Union City, was here Tuesday on business. Sheriff Johnson is nt Madrid Bend this week collecting taxes. Tho new cotton gin at Lodford began ginning Uils morning. Capt. Lawrence McMukln went to Memphis Wednesday on business. Boys suits, all tho latest colors, prlco $1.75 to $5.00. Sullivan Bros. Mrs. It. B. Johnson Is visiting relatives at Tullahoma, Tonn., this week. Odd pants at factory prices. Come and seo for yoursolf. Sullivan Bros. Miss Itosa Micr, of Now Madrid, is tho guest of Miss Nannie Matheny. W. C. Nixon and Miss Hattlo Hammonds both of Jordan, were married Sunday. Send your children to Smith & Amberg for a freo ticket to the Teas-Te- d show. Toss and Ted freo show at Lyric Wednesday, Dec. 13th, both afternoon and evening. Miss Nannlo Tankorsley, of Dorena, Mo., was hero Wednesday en routo to Memphis. Ernest Mayficld, ono of Cayco's popular young merchants, was in tho city yesterday. Mr. Knott, of tho Knot Lumber Co., of New Madrid, Mo., was hero Tues day on business. Harry Prowott, of Woodland, was hero Uio latter part of last woek,the guest of Oscar Bly. Sullivan Bros, is tho place to buy on each and every purchase made. Come and seo for yourself. Come and'sco us beforo buying you Xmas suit. Wo havo the goods and sell 'cm cheap. Sullivan Bros. Buy Christmas Seals from Uio U. D. C. at the Hickman Drug Co. 50c packages or one-hal- f cent each. Miss Rubyo Fleming returned to Midway Ky Tuesday where she is teaching , aftor a few days at home. Sid Davis and wifo and children and nelce, Muss Jettle Mayes, have returned to Mayfleld after a visit with Hickman relaUvcs. D. B. Wilson went to Chicago this week as a delegate to the U. S. Irrigation Congress. He was the only representative from this county. Chas. Cohn, a former Fulton merchant has been roped in by detec-Uve- s as a "fire bug," and finds him self In the middle of serious trouble. Dr. J.M. Hubbard Joined Mrs. Hub-i- n 'ird Cincinnati Saturday where she Is visiting their daughter, Miss Charlotte, at tho Conservatory of made B. G. Hole has about half-wa- y Uio West Teuncoseo Wholesale Grocery people for his lots near the standard oil tanks on which. It Is presumed tuat they wish to a buiiaing tor Uio estublidnnieut ot a branch ot their wnoiesaie grocery business. They are, however, mal'.lng hasto slowly. If this company Is merely doing a UtUo "freeze out" stunt, thoy will likely find the game a losing ono. Mr. Hale has a proposition from another concern desirous ot establishing a similar business here and Uio latter firm means business, too. Unless the West Tennessee concern wakes up and gets busy, they will find tbo others fellow's wholesale house on Uio lots which thoy have selected and which havo been gotten in shape for a building. a deal with ct Help the Children. Every child can get a Christmas present freo with Coupons from Ellison Bros. I. C. 8URVEYORS HERE. A surveying party composed of sev en men arrived here this morning to run lines south and east of town. When Interviewed by a Courier re porter tho surveyors did not know who they wero working for, whoro they wcro going to survey, where Uielr money came from or signed Uio checks. If "mum" is the word, they "will havo to com at usln a different way. When a fellow knows so blame little, wo feel like trying to help him find out a few things; and that's the reason wo took Uio trouble to solvo ono problem for them namely that they are working for Uio I. C. and getUng their money from the same source. If this road wants to got Into a good town, they aro headed right, but Uiero'a no use coming In the backway wearing gum shoes and a mask. ONE FERRY RUNNING. W. A. HInshaw's ferry boats and equipment aro lying idle on Uio river fron as a result of an Injunction gotten out by Jno. Bryant forbidding Hlnshaw from landing on Bryant's land. This leaves J. H. Pickett "monarch of all ho surveys" so far as he local ferry service between Hickman and Dorena Is concerned. Our Cayco correspondent writes: surprised Sunday afternoon heard of tho marriage of Wo wero when wo ffTiiTr,rirTi'Tw,m''n,TT Delimouv O'i'Tll l Help the Children. Each ono will got a Cbrlatmaa Present from Ellison Uroa. with Coupons from this store. Mr tart, w Ilond and Mr. Honry Dads, of spent soveral days last wock f - y lattor'a parent, Henry Davis wife, of Cacyo. Tuesday night a men hunt was planned and onjoyod 1 U following: Dr. Davis, Mr. Bond if lairo, Harry BublcUo, ot Clinton, Ink llransford, Arch Oliver, and Ty- Ir lJsnls, of Cayco. Tho party ouflit C opossoui and a coon. Tho xt day another hunt was parUcl-U in by Mr. Uond, Dr. Honry Tom Undorwood, Alvls and D. OvMiiS, John Thompson, Harry Sub- II t1, T)ler Davis and Julian Croon. Alt seemed to oujoy tho hunt. llmruinn Pickett had his left arm crushed and broken In sovoral pli-one day laBt week as a result of got- tug caught In Uio machinery on tho firry boat "Peacock." Ills coat sIcmjvo was caught In a bolt ondjorked hia arm Into Uio flywhool on Uio When picked up Uio bono was Ptotrudlng through tho flesh of his rm In threo different places and Uio young mnn was unconscious. Ho hi getting along as woll or bettor than could bo oxpoctod. ia d Uio mdi The kind of Candies That Please i a. . ji:... Da-v.- s, and Cartons-- fit preserved. And they are their delicious flavor carefully sugar Only the PURE. We pride ourselves on that. used in OUR can-dieand the most palatable fruit extracts are we have them want-You will find exactly what you fnncv. Put up in pretty boxes with all to present to a queen-- or m bulk fmmn s. NUNNCLLY'S GIFT BOXES PER BOX FROM many months and oven years. There remains to chorlsh her memory her father, her aunt, her only brother, Billy Carpenter, and other relatives as well as a host ot friends. Thcodosla professed faith In Christ within Itev. Andrew Turklngton's pastorate of Hickman DapUst church and ill health provented her uniting Sho was always with Uio church. interested in the Sunday School. Let It bo said that sho was patient during all Uio weary months of pain and that sho boro her afflictions with tho fortitude of a truo chrlsUan. Thcodosla was over bright and cheerful. On Friday, December 1st, funeral services wcro conducted at Uio home by Rov. Spurgeon Wlngo. Tho beau tiful flowers sent by many friends were tokens of tho esteem In which tho llttlo sufferer was held. Wo burled her in tho City Cemetery there to await tho resurrection morning. "Sho May God Is gono but not forgotten." bless tho sorrowing ones. "And there shall bo no night there." Even now wo bollevo that Thcodosla Is walking In Uio eternal light that shines forth from tho Throno of God. A big bunch of citizens of Fulton county will bo glad to learn Uiat a call has been Issued by State Treasurer Farley for nil Uio Interest bearing stato warrants Issued prior to October 13, this year, and now out standing. Tho total amount Is not known, but Is something over a million dollars, and may go to a million and a quarter. Mrs. Minnie Adams and children returned to Union City yesterday at-ta pleasant visit wKh her mother, Mrs. M. E. McNeil. Tho boys and girls will havo to get tickets to onUUo them to a chance on tho shoes given away by Teas and Ted. Ticket freo at Smith & Vilrs. J. H. Pickett had tho mlsfor- - tuno to slip and fall on a wet lioor last Friday hurting her hip so badly that sho has been unable to walk slnco that Umo. The CourMR, BUSINESS MAN: ier will handle tho finest lino of 1913 calendars that over camo to Hickman. Don't place an order with anybody unUl you see this line. tho Christian Tho services at church for next Sunday will bo as follows: Sunday School 9:45 a. in., preaching 11 a. m. and 7 P. m. A cordial Invitation is extended to oil. if wo may take tho "hurry order" for a bridal trousseau as an Indication, wo aro noon to havo a wedding In this city. Both aro well known and aro members ot our best social circles. Presiding Elder W. C. Waters was hero this week as tho guest oMlev. Wilson. Itev. Waters was formerly pastor of tho Methodist church hero, as was also his brother, J. W. on-filn- 0c to $.50 " '' "" Peter', and Her.hcy's Imported Chocolates HELM & ELLISON The Nyal Store Mr. and Mrs. Drow Luton, Mrs. Mayes and daughter, Miss Dot, of Union City, motored to Hickman mi.h urn miH-- ' ""'tiilk Hickman Baptist church, Sunday, Sunday School December 10, 1911; at 10 a. in., preaching at 11 o'clock, evening services at 7 o'clock. Wo extend a cordial Invitation to all. Spurgeon Wlngo, pastor. W. A. Strikes, a car repairer In Miss Mabel Ayers, ot Mabel, Ky., Fulton, Uio employ of Uio I. C. is visiting hero this woek. wan caught between two cars MonL. H. Coonibes, of Mabel, was hero day morning and his life crushed out Wednesday on business. In tho twinkling of an oyo. Ho was Dave Plerson went to Memphis Wed 27 years old and his homo was at nosday on business. Sylvester, Ga. Miss Allco Johnson, one of Cayco's popular ladles. Sho is an elder daughter of S. E. Johnson, a merchant of this place. Tho little maiden will be missed In the social circles. The groom Is a contractor for tho W. T. Young Brldgo Co., of Nashvlllo.Tenn. His namo is Geo. Whlpkey, and ho They Is a nlco social gentleman. havo built sovoral bridges in this and After Uio cereadjoining counties. mony, which was performed by Rov. Wood, the happy pair boarded tho south bound M. & O. train for Memphis, whero Mr. Whlpkey's people reside. Tho Lnko County Mfg. Company's cotton gin, at Tlptonvlllo, big burned Tuesdny afternoon. Tho gin was valued at $14000 and Insured for $10000. 70000 pounds of seed cotton also burned. Esq. J. T. Futrell, tho "marylng aqulro" was elected mayor of South Fulton, Monday. Ho beat W. C. Harwell by a fow votes. N. K. Neighbors, wlfo and children aro hero from Caruthersvlllo vlsIUng Mrs. Neighbors' parentss, Dick Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bunton, of Tiptonvllle, aro expected up today to visit Miss Laura Brown and attend tho dance. Josso Ellis, clerk on tho Mengel Towboat, ha3 returned from a visit to home folks near Owensboro, Ky. Fopo Herring and wlfo and Mrs. Will Hubbard, of Union City, aro Uio guests of Mrs. T. T. Swayno. Mrs. Tom PraUier and two llttlo daughters, of State Line, wero In towi Tuesday shopping. Miss Maybello Lyons arrived today to visit Miss Mario Brevard and attend tho big ball. F. M. Provow and wlfo havo moved from Frecmont to Hickman to m 5 ,at 1 Picking Present k& &KiftM a nf- - ITEMS This Handsome DRESSED DOLL THIS WAGON IIWalf'VTPIiJl'lXJlBaT This Real MOVING PICTURE MACHINE OF INTEREST, 1 Platt fain, with no one in sf i W0, jaynUA. kinnPTr&5?3jBpH Mrs, 11 E. .Mmet has been sick for several days 1 o JJoVa alllfr , nil .. Price J176 to ,v. G.00.-3ul- w, i..... iini Vftn CO r n,... HEN Harry Platt and tbat girl friend of tbo Greens (I forget her name) were married. It was one of those gracious wmt FREE To depositors of Coupons in Santa Claus' Bank. Get Coupons at Ellison Bros. wo It waant Quite (two months, but on the secret except tho suburban minister who tied the knot, the cab man who drive thorn out thero and the Ctrl from the minister's kitchen who was a witness, and left a thumb-prin- t of grease on the certificate (she was frying doughnuts at the time) and the minister's wife (at least the name was the same). Let's see, wbero was IT .Oh. yes, when the Piatts were married, It being that kind of a wedding, there was no chance to send them a wedding gift as I would hare liked to do, or to hare done, (whichever is proper, or grammatical, though I'm aura I can never tell which) .But Mr. Platt la ono of the nicest men In the offloe, that Is, he was before this happened. So I felt we ought to do something for him, Just to show our good will and, anyhow, we're dug down for others we thought much less of. so why shouldn't we for him? But the wedding was over, without In-- , YlUtloM, or even a reception, and' they were housekeeping before we knew it So what could we do? Well, Just then came Christmas long not Just then that two months iter the wedding. iThey were marked October 29, Sullivan Bros. 1. the place to taT uu uucu mm every purchase mad iind see for yourself IComo than four hundred t i , attended the First District Uu nl Association at Marion, lhc,u and 2nd The following wT. t from Fulton county: T. It Jon j4 lluflo Bruer, Mln ln0 Lut. i m 'l A Mooro and MIks VlrgiMn I 4 I Ellison Bros. FREE To depositors of Coupons in Santa Claus Bank. Get Coupons at Ellison Bros. Are givingCoupons until Christmas with all Cash purchases in FREE To depositors of Coupons in Santa Claus' Bank. Get Coupons at Ellison Bros. Tho Courier would will att. i the fact that next Wcdncudav u noon and night is tho date of inous "Tens niul Td" fnc be given nt tho Lyric Smith a berg put this show on nt n i i I'vuit', iiuti luwu uiiunuing v, 111 ii ry interesting ami not t 'urc IaIm of inualc and fun a a x any part of their store. 'nothing This BABY GO-CAR- Ask For Coupons T And Give Them to the Children. By depositing these Coupons in Santa Claus' Bank at Ellison Bros, store, every child can se- This DOLL HOUSE TiSv!33S!Ll.Sh. While at work Saturday rai uiu uuiiuing at uairo, a nuu, Iworkmou becamo horrified wi, ll.ln...i.( mu RCIUlun OI. A uiiiuivivu .tin u(.l... baby neatly packed away n , mote section of the hou with a large quantity of couo donee of a crlmo wetut vc v i inasmuch as the old bulldlni; been occupied for a period o' than four years and tho skc i'c said to havo Un In tho bou. over half that tlino. Tho bom i well Intact ami appeared to be ly petrified. . i Help the Children. Ktcry child can get a mas prwent free wuh from Klllcon llros The announcement that '' burg &. Cinolnnatl I'acket ( U coutcmiilatlng entering tl ir Queen City In the I'Jttsi . New Orlvan4 trado, provided t along the route lend prop?! has intortiilcd local ritortii-C C h"uller, of the IaiuUv.i.i k cinnnu i'acket Company, whe ing aa agent of the boat on to bo made this week, det.a, i he has recvlvixl many Inquii i f local parUos, both for frelgh' a k sengcr rates. The boat led 1 villa Monday, it U hojx.il tta pi'rs along tho route wilt do i encourage tho effort of tho 1 e and Cincinnati venture than for tho Strcckfus Una In n b case Mule encouragement t be txpocu-- from tho Missis , . ley judging from tho expert (.apt John Steckfus venture enough. Christmas .long, that's close When that before It To depositors of Coupons came along, I suggested that we in Santa Claus' Bank. Get make up a purse Coupons at Ellison Bros. and giro them a sort of delayed Holiday Goods Department, Up-Stair- s, wedding present. Filled to Overflowing. Just to show our good will. EveryThis Handsome body thought It waa a splendid BRASS BED Mea, that is, of course, except Mr. t. Platt, whom, of course, I didn't FfV y 'G)(7Yyk So I got up a subscription paper went to everybody In the office i(cept Mr. Platt, of course). I got' THIS ROCKING HORSE MH.tO, Including ten cents from the jjaaltor, who wasn't expected to give anything but wanted to give something, which shows Just bow popular Mr. Platt was with everyone In the Gliding, when a Janitor even would kip la. mFtzTXttumwwJ tny nay X' rt Christmas shopping Is hard enough, joodness knows, when you do It for ymraelf; but when you do It for a lock company capitalized at $26.60, wna stockholders, with 28 different kinds of Ideas and tastes, then Christ To depositors of Coupons hopping rises above a mero an To depositors of Coupons in Santa Claus' in Santa Claus' Bank. Get oyance to the dignity of a real trou-l- e. Bank. Get Coupons at Ellison Bros. And that's what I was ud against Coupons at Ellison Bros. I thought It would be nice to get an expression of opinion. So I went around one morning and asked for Mean. But I couldn't get a word. No-Body could think of anything. I After all, engraved calling cards couant myself. At noon I went President Taft'a message contains Tho small boy Is already beginning teat and looked. I walked miles. G.000 words, which is tbo length of to wonder how Santa Claus is going tnako the most acccptnblo of all InI priced, then I went back to a magazine story, Tho only thing Is, ' to climb into a steam-heatehouiw expensive gifts See samples and the office. Tou should have seen It is not quite as Interesting. got prices at Courier office. unless ho is a burglar. ay desk. Honest, you would have thought some one had turned In a gon-ra- l alarm. They couldn't wait for me to get back. There they were 28 of them, (that la, 27, or 28 with me). They all had suggestions, and they i all different. The head bookkeeper thought i an arm chair would bo nice. (He stands up all day). The collector thought a raincoat would be You are invited to call and see our beautiful Christmas display of ' best, while Miss J.ones suggested a just came Is. FREE cure a handsome Christmas present. Absolutely FREE FREE To depositors of Coupons in Santa Claus Bank. Get Coupons at Ellison Bros. Ellison Bros. a con-cul- BABY GRAND PIANO j d x FREE FREE To depositors of Coupons in Santa Claus' Bank. Get Coupons at Ellison Bros. FREE Help the Children. Give them jour Coupons KllUon llros. i -- d ?' New Jewelry Store s They all said, of courso, that they left it entirely to me; and then each went away sadly, aa much as to Bay that he hoped I wouldn't be so foolish aa to bay any of thoso other things that the dress pattern. Diamonds, Watches, Clocks Jewelry, Silverware, Gold, China and Cut Glass, Etc in great variety and of the best quality and newest designs. I mean to please you, and will guarantee that no one can or will undersell me in quality or price In business to stay means only the best of goods to be had. I want your business and mean to have it if solid merit will get it. The aunouncemant In last w Courier to tho effect that Bat.ta FILES INJUNCTION SUIT. would arrive In Hickman &a Following tho doparturo of Stnte on tho 1 30 train was ovldentij Onmo Warden Acklln from Nashville as in the neighborhood of 30 Saturday for Iteelfoot Lnko, roporU tola assumblcd at tho station to t were started that further troublo wns tholr distinguished friend. Sat a alright, but there was b, feared nnd that Mr. Acklln had gone to tho lako to use his Influence with jam of little tot crowding nroui tho fishermen and hunters in the that ha was unablo to follow c. hopes of preo:itlng n repetition of original program and was f trngedy of October, 1908, when Cipt forced to take rofugo In A M Qucntin Itnnkln was killed by Night-rider- s ler'a officq behind lock and ko i. and Col. It. 55. Taylor bnrelv went out through the chltnnr intended to spend tho nftornoo:: escaped with hlsJIfo K. It. EllUon's varloty store, but On Nov. 20 last, tho West Tonns. unablo to gain entrance Banta see Lund Company filed an lnjuitc-lio- n ried n pack of presents to gi suit ngalnst A. Iloy and thirteen the children, but ho was badly a outer iisncrmcn for tho purpose of ded ho could not even open up restraining them from fishing in the grip to dispense his gifts. Tlr ' lako and disposing of tholr catcher gifui wero loft nt Mr. Klllsons s to dealers not holding loasos from the and tho children can got tho f land company. A temporary Injunction was granted by County Judgo gifts by calling for them ' Lnwson nnd tho caso will bo heard nollco, though, that the good old low left lots of nice things for ' next term of court. children at E. It. Klllson's store, ; Tho filing of this suit probably nil of thom will certainly bo ren gavo rise to tho reports that troublo at Christina times. Sautn was again browing. Union City pays to uiluTtlao In tho Courier others had thought of that! ' ut, to make sure, I sent tho sales ticket with It and told the Piatts they jml!4. exchange the punch bowl, If Mmt wished, for something they liked ! weald have money left. It 1b remark bow fewthlngs thero are In the vr!4 you can buy for $26.60, no. ore, no lesa. AnA than f haw ! Tt van In a ,1a. I Lartment store, and marked down xreaa 60 to 126.601 There It was, to cent! A great, big, glittering, mag-ffcePunch Bowl I Nobody had .; The nest day I looked again. But either a thing was too expensive or I Help the Children. Ask for Coupons with Cash Purchases nt Ellison llros. anil give thom to tho children. Help the Children. To got their Christmas Pre frco nt Ellison llros i WHY NOT GIVE ME A TRIAL I guarantee and engrave goods bought of me FREE And what do yea suppose those mag-sjatsi- BROOKS, The Jeweler t-- sllrV- rTvfeJ- ,1a JftMftir sm&efc la that ttr traded three too bowl tvr it ef Mrs. Deo Pleasant nnd llttlo Llston, returned Sunday from Itov. W. O. Stockton spent Monday Louis. They havo been thero to R tho llttlo follow medical trentni' In Union City. and ho uooms much improved. Odd panu at factory prlcos. Como 11. C. lloston MIbsIbs.i, and sco for yoursolf. Sullivan llros. Valley llnllraod' with tho Co., Is horo from Ti KOUND: 1'nckago containing child's ler, Mo., this wock visiting his dresBes. Pay for this ad nnd got tor, Mrs. O. D. Cole, of near tow thom, and his brother-in-laIt. U Ota Mr. lioston Is an old Hickman bo) Clinton Smith died at Union City nnd has been away for sovorol ycnrs Bunuay of erysipelas. Ho waa burled Ho noticed a marked Improvement u J at Tioy, hi old home. growth In this city. - '" mit00ij)Kbm0M trawv"- We Announce the Readiness of This Store to Solve the Vexing: Problem of What toiGive With a stock that would do credit to a much larger town we welcome you at the beginning of the Holiday Season and invite you to let this Xmas store help you with your gift purchase, whether large or small. This will be a season of sensible gifts the clay of useless trinkets is past. Practical u i f: J, H WA BlSSSSSSSSSW BHBI BBBp ZJ T Pi"fr'nLkA HISSSSSSSSSSSb .V iil f m I things carrv with them the same Christmas spirit and have the added advantage of ing pleasure through good service. 3 giv- ONLY A FEW OF THE MANY ARE GIVEN BELOW We will be Glad to Give You a Booklet of Practical Suggestions. We are Ready for Xmas in Handkerchiefs Never before have we been in belter Holiday readiness. We have secured the best lines of the dainty, the new, the practical in Handkerchiefs f"r men, women and children, from the sturdy kind for little folks at 5c each through the numerous styles and prices up to the hand embroidered and lace trimmed styles for women at $1 to 0 each. You never saw anywhere a prettier line than fcurs. 1-5- It Will Be 'Quite a Help in Your Buying. The Prettiest Line of X-m- as Gloves for Gift Giving in Pretty Xmas Boxes A pair of Gloves bought here can be given in confidence and will be received with pleasure. Length of service and perfect fit place them first in their class. Two clasp Kid Gloves for street wear in colors as well as black and white at $1, 1.25 to 1.75. Long Kid Gloves, black, white and flesh at $3.50. Silk, Wool and Jersey Gloves for women and children 25c to 1.50 Neckwear Ever Seen in Hickman Just Received Side Frills, Jabots, Collars. Coat Sets, fashioned tn a dozen or more different ways and beautifully trimmed with fine laces and dainty touches of embroicery, each adding just that touch of smartness to the costume so sought after by well dressed women, the prices range from im v Etc , 25c to 1.50 V il i m Christmas Stockings Hosiery is one of the most practical and most universally acceptable of The Christmas Slippers Are Ready. With prettier styles and better assortment than ever before. 1.25 to 1.75 Women's Slippers Men's Slippers Children's Slippers .50 to .75 1.00 to 1.25 1 1 A Christmas Gift of Beautiful Linens Will Always Please See the delightful things in embroidered, scolloped, hemstitched and lace insert Linens of all kinds for the table, the bureau or the sideboard, the bed or towel-racranging in price from a tiny doily at 10c to a scolloped dinner cover at $8.50. Many of the pieces are put up in pretty Christmas boxes and nothing will give more k, Christmas gifts. To make the gift more pleasing we shall put the better grades in a pretty Cnristmas box. Practical offerings of high grade cotton and lisle thread hosiery at 25c to $1 R pair. Pure silk hosiery, plain and embroidered, beautiful qualities, a pair 00c to 2.50. Misses and chil-drehose in good grade lisle at per ns Jewelry Novelties In great assortment, all daintily boxed. pair, 25 to 50c. Pins, Belt Buckles, Chatelaine Bags, Brooches, Hat Pins, Shirt Waist Sets. 'jvi'ilr -- ryzm LJ$rr &" , .Mvo- -i. pleasure. EARLY SHOPPERS GET THE REST Smith & Amberg tho chambers of my soul to llvo on I while time with ono shall last. know not where or when I may fall or whoro my body may rest. It may not bo beneath the sod troddea by the feet or bathed with tho tears of friends Sr loved ones, but why need wo enro If wo fall asleep In Jesus, whon he speaks we will awako nnd tho soul will bo cnught up nnd borno away to the God who gavo It. "Yes, I expect to meet ArcTi again and .to his companions, children nnd frlonds, I extend my heartfelt sym- pnthy and may God bless and sustain you In this your ead affliction Is my prayer." IN SHOP EARLY IN THE MORNING H3J ME MIRY OF A. M. BeBOW Friend Write of Hit Sterling Qualities. A i " U- ' )x How. "K Is an Interesting article pen of W. H. Jackson, of City, rolnllvo to tho llfo or imiImI friend nnd citizen, A. 1 ' l' .r of tho Courier: I notlo jr nluablo pupor nn nnnounco- "f th death of ono of Hickman's ' ' c ulcus, A. M. l)olkw.sKnow- 'f- - loving Arch (a wo always J him), an i Old, 1 would not bo to n) convictions did I not nt ' 'ontributo n fow words to his 1 m. mory. 1 loft my father's Troy Tonn. In August, 187G. to Hickman nnd began clork- for tho firm of Uuchnnnn & " B's 1 was lust ontoriiiix ouiik ai "ood Arch HoUow was ono of " first )ounB men whoso ncqualn-J- l I mado. Ho wn mv iumlnr. 0 vnt f termed a very congenial compnn-""Uthat remained ever nftor-a tliiritiB tho 11! years of my clt u.p thero. 1r soino tlmo wo stood side by bdilnd tho countors of Plant li and Co., who woro i,n business Hickman during thoso years. il ncc My U8gociatlou wlth hjm for - )cars afforded nn opportunity to ow him ns no wa8 aj)d j cnn say or Arcl DCow thnt ho was a trlio 1 p 1 man In nil that tin word Implies ns I record theao Sizes but wo sorrow Truo to his conwctionBf roUglousl), not as thoso who havo no hopo for Kjlltlcnll) anil in lmn sty wid integ- ns our faith looks up wo catch the rity nevtr wavering Wo always whisperings of Htm who hath said knew whore to place blm. True to "Tho dead shall llvo again." Hlesscd his collections ho was outspoken hope, how It thrills our souls with Joy though not erratic or antagonistic as wo anticipate a reuniting where and charitable, accord- fumllles never break up nnd where Itonsoimblu ing to oory man the namo rights, ties of friendship are never severed nnd prl lieges ho appropriated to Tlif.h fnr n wlllln and himself nnd ko ho was. jfaurforlug afflictions, it was only the "Ab I pnuw for a momont, roy mortal pausing nnd halting, prepar.v mind sweeps bock ovur thoso yearn tory to tho laying aside tho burdens, porplexl-tloas memory gathors thoughts of many cares, responsibilities nnd pleasant a8oc4atlon8 and tho man of of this llfo to put on immortaliwhom I spoak was ofton nn Inspira- ty, nnd whllo loed ones were treadtion to us. ing so softly around his bedside, my father's homo, I loed watching with tender enro and bleed "I loed Ita associations, oftentimes bucomlng Ing hearts, other watchers wero there gloomy and dospondnnt as I realized nnd when life's strugglo was ended, that tho tlmo had come, ns It does the soul with God's messengers was In every homo whoro I must go out borno nwny to mansions on high, to to Jiattlo with tho realities of llfo. n home not mado with hands, etor Special, iioor again to tnko up my nbodo to nn! and In tho heaven Mfes Is swiftfreighted with our mortality the flrosldo of tho homo I ly speeding nnd with many of us, his dear to my hoart. Oftentimes ns dospon-dnncfrlonds nnd loved ones hnvo but n now romombor, gloom and I catuo In touch few mile posts yet to pnss and Arch, dispelled ns who with his cheerful nnturo. Kind and with many of our loved ones contributed havo gono on beforo will bo waiting congenial as ho was, ho porl-omill untchlnjr to welcomo us to the much to my comfort during that homo prepared and whoro all tears of my llfo In Hickman. has shall bo wiped away and wnero ueawi 'Ulut Arch has gono. Hlckmnn Tho a nor sorrow can ever enter. lost n good citizen, n good friend, husband, a hand of fate has led us away fiom homo Is bereft of a loving Tho tho pleasant associations once kind and affectionate father. mom-bowith tho good peoplo of Hickchurch an honored and useful weep man. Dut these are stowed away In With the afflicted onca I ' llnf-nrliis y d r. NICK OF TIME. WHY HE LIKES WATERMELONS Colored Man Discourses Philosophically on Those Soothing. Cooling and Filling Fruits. A law)er, who Is spend Ing his vacation at home doing noth Ing. or, ns be says,,'ioauog with all well-know- Help the Children. Glvo them your Coupons from Hickman came very near having a Jail delivery Monday night about 7 o'clock. Ono of tho negro prisoners managed to get his coll opened and released .tho others from their colls. When discovered they had nn old shovel digging tho brick out beneath tho window and In five minutes moro tho whole bunch would havo hlckcd to tho tall uncut. Policeman Buu Hackott, who has a way of being at the right plcae at tho right time, rondcred timely assistance and tho Inmates of Undo Joe's place wore soon locked In their cells again. It Is lucky that they were discovered nt tho opportuno moment, as somo bad men are walking tho January term of circuit court. MISCHIEVOUS BOYS AND DEAD. GRASS blow-Tuesda-y niltson Bros. Tho ladles of tho Christian church will continuo their "Itummago Salo" next Saturday afternoon nt tho Courier building. An auction salo will bo held at 3 o'clock. J caused tho flro whistlo to about noon nnd camo vory near burning up a houso Just back of K. M. Islcr's residence; but It was unusual. Kennedy says 'Bettor be Insured than sorry." "Ho Insures 'em." Tho Courier Is forced to leave out moro than a pago of advertisements this week. A full pago for A. S. It. Li. Gray has nbout completed tho Uarkett .Is left out but will appear in brick work on bis now blncksmlth next week's paper. shop, and Is now ready to take care g business. Come and sco us. Visitors are al- of his ways welcomed. Sullivan Bros. Saturday Nbjht The Lyrle. horso-shoein- his might," tells of a talk he bad recently with his colored hired men Going to tho stable he found John with his face burled in a big piece of " watermelon "Why Is It. John, that colored people are to fond of watermeltlsT" "I don't know," he replied, grinning, "'less Its Jes" because dey's people I knows a heap o' white folks 'at likes 'cm, too. I likes 'em 'cause dey's sooth-in'- , an' coolln', an' nilln'. nn' I spose dey "slmllates dat wid white folks I reckon dey aln' much differ euce 'tween white folks and cullud folks' lnsldes " "Perhaps not Do you consider the watermelon a fruit or a vegetable!" "Well. now. It's Jus' like this Water . melons aln' no vegctnble, cause dey wpn't stnn' cookln' like cnbbnge nor cannln' like ,cans, nor dryln' like red peppers, an' dey aln' no fruit, 'cause dey doan grow on trees an' ynu can't put 'em In your pockets like apples and peaches Looks to me like dey's Jes' watermelons " "How would It do to call tt the fmlt of d cucurbltaceous vine, distinguished for Interior pulpiness and copiousness of watery Ju'.co?" "Dat's it. 'tactly." said John; "dat's Jub' what I was goln' to say" Indi ananolls News. I.yrio Saturday NUjht 1 3 I - nt i I 1 y i vn BA sf iii WjSS'ii. BB Cigars Apples BBtsT Fire Works Christmas New Stock Specialties "9 W Oranges Tobacco Bananas Pipes and Grapes and Cigarettes Nuts 10c Per Per PORTJNA Box Special All New Christmas Special Candies We have on display a moat elegant line of Christmas Candies to which we invite your attention. Shipments have just been received from three of the largest companies in the country viz: Novelties Roman Candles G Stock Fruit Cakes 2 lb. cake 3 lb. cake 5 lb. Cigars of 50 $3.95 $2.00 Apples Fancy Ben Davis Fancy Willow Twig Fancy Genltons Fancy Gano $4.50 50c Ball Ball per dozen per doen per dozen 10c 20c 60c 70c LA PREFERENCIA 10 ....$1.00 J 1.75 20 Ball cake Box of 25 Fruit Cake Ingredients Per Barrel Box of 50 Box of 25 $3.95 $2.00 Sky Rockets Small, each Medium each 5c 10c 20c SHELLED NUTS Eng. Walnuts per lb 60c Per Per AMERICAN Per peck Per one-hal- f Almonds per lb Pecans Filberts 60c 80c bushel $1.00 $1.75 Per bushel Box of SO Lowney's, of Boston $4.00 Extra large each ...,,,60c Per ROBERT BURNS Blanke-Wennek- er, Per Box of 10...... $1.00 Oranges Loulsana Firecrackers Small per Fruits CrysUllzed Fruit per 5c lb... 75e 15c 20c of St Louis $3.00 $3.00 $1.65 package.... Currants Raltlna Figs per lb EL PRINCIPE DE GALE8 Small half dozen pkgs....25c Per Per Box Per Box of 60 $4.25 Florida Box The Eagle Candy Go. 3 Cannon Crackers Inch ; 20c Half Boxes as above cannon crackers per 5c 25c Flgt In packages. Citron per lb Lemon Peeling ...5 and 10c 25c California Navel, per box $4.00 Half Box $2.15 of Nashville box 8 Boxes per lb. 25c 25c 5c Cigars Great American 8an Felice Owl 4 Inch per per per box ..25c ..25c 25c 25c 25c 25c Orange Peeling per lb.... Our Candy Department has become so popular that we offer anything would but the very best and freshest goods. Place your order early. hot-dar- 0 Inch per box box box box Bulk Seeded Raltlns lb 12'. c 7 Inch 5 Inch, 10 Inch 12 ' Bananas Fancy Stock, per dozen . ...20o Bottled Goods Pickle our and sweet Olives, Horse Radlth Mustard Pepper Sauce, Chill per Little Continental Little Chancellor Buck Inch per box Straui Handmade Straus No. Gen. Good 0 Gift TBoxes Grapes Fancy Malaga Per lb 4 lbs. Baskets 20c 25c Novelty List Silver Shower each Red Stick 1c 1c 1c Sauce Olive Oil Worcestershire Sauce Tomato 8auce Havana Conchas Union Eagle Vacearo A very select line in beautiful Holiday boxes. Prices Green 8tlck Giant Sparklers per Hunter The Bachelor 5c to $10 A Box. box.... 10c Popping Matches per box.... 5c Yankee Doodles each Sham Battles Devils Holy 5c 10c Oysters Pint cans Quart cans Bulk, per dozen 25c 50c 12' The New Bachelor Old Bachelor 2c 1c 5c and 10c No. 1 jc Terror 8tlck each Little Preferencla Franklin Nuts Eng. Walnuts Agent 305 $ancy lb 25c Cones each Fountains Fountains 5c Celery Per Bunch 10c per Chaa Oenby Almonds per lb Pecans Cream Nuts Chestnuts Peanuts- 25c 25c 25c 25o Candy in bulk per pound each.... 10c Rattle Snakes per box.... 10c No. 10, 3 Bunches 25c 15c Serpents each Canes each 5c I0c Cramberrles per quart Little Bobble TarlU Permit Pittsburg Stogies Green Seal Cobbs All 5c cigars, boxes of 60 All 6o $1.90 90c ...... ! 15c 40c Jones' Special Mixed consisting of a varied assortment of most delicious candy, Per Pound Ammunition for caanes of 250 shots per box National Pistols 6c 6o Crackers, Cakes Cracker Meal Oysterettes Uneeda Biscuit Lemon Snaps Zu Zu Yum Yum Ammunition for pistol, box of 250 shots 6c 1c cigar boxes of 25 Pipes Any Style, 5c to Torpedoes Mandarins, per knckage....5c $5.00 Nabisco Cigarettes All brands and kinds. Cigarette books Cigarette match and cigar eases Playing Cards - Jones' Cafe A Nice Gift Line, 15c to 60c 20c This is the largest assortment ever brought to Hickman, and there are many novelties that have never before been shown in this city. Let your boys enjoy their vacation, and incidentally have a good time yourself. Tea Straws Cocoanut Dantles Pies Lemon, Orange, Mince and Apple Home made Cakes, 10c varieties, 10o per dozen. B - J . m - H JOHN BULL AND MRS. JOHN BULL A STATE LAW Primary Election Law May bo Enacted. Christmas Presents SUDE M. NAIFEH'S STORE IS THE PLACE TO GET THEM Two more weeks to do your Xmas shopping. We have a beautiful line to select from. Presents of real beauty and value. Something that your mother, father, husband, sweetheart or children will be delighted with. Presents that they will keep from year to year. 8h I DY .1 Hardly was tho election over bo foro candidates for the county offices began to announce all over tho state, and tho campaigns In nearly every county gives evidence of being fast and furious, although tho election U somo tlmo off, presidential and congressional Intervening. campaign Should the coming legislature enact a compulsory law as advocated In tbo Democratic stato platform, it will work n revolution in tho mannor of making nominations for county offi ces, as well as thoso for state and district. Tho large cost attached to the old way will bo entirely eliminated in tho event the new law is passed with tho natural result that there will bo a field full of candidates for every office in every county, since all that will bo required to becomo a candidate will bo tho securing of a certain number of petitioners. CONGRESS IN SESSION. Congress convened at noon Monday. It is expected that it will bo a and tiresome session. Much may bo accomplished, but little is expected. It will bo June before an adjournment can bo reached. If tho present indications hold true. long-winde- d I' ti f' (I Hat tha Old Man en tht Run Again. k. UTTLETDN RAPS GALLS SHUSTER "LITTLE HEAL SHAH For Ladies, Misses and Children Umbrellas, plain and gold handles Silk Scarfs AND MARTIN DrIAR8 AT OPRNINQ Of CON. QRC98 NEBRA8KAN IS WRONQ IN COMMONER EDITORIAL. THAN YANKEE" 8TR0NQCR WHOLE GOVERNMENT. Con- - 1.00 to 12.50 50c to 2.00 L Imported Spangled Scarfs Suit Cases Ciar Should Annex Country, It eludaa, Before Intereata Are Further Harmed. BLAMES MARTIN In FOR 8. Lamar, IT a Alu Dragi V.J David 8tret Droktr, Bearing Staal 6t, tKi Dafanda Hla Poll- lion on Commlttaa. W In , j k fion,o(Deo. 5. Cblaf lnteroat rpraantatha MonrvJ In day a arrlrad aarly and vlaltod am to b aiauroJ that tbo a, i tt for bltn to ba rcognlicUy after tbe flrat formal noit ' I day waa carrW out. t a opened with a dlatrlblo one whom be alleged hnd aji t tn Vfamfd hlin bncauau of Mi rCuJnt attitude aa a member of comnUtltHs of Inquiry it j t a l & ted Statea 3 Coal COrPOra-tlv.a t t rauual Martin llie apaoch on a prlvlWs by Rpr-.- . V. UtUaton of Nawr qu-U- 8,1 ka 1. a . League, falae accuaatlooa coated h m, and ba accuaod Martin ik ,c ot . , with David A. Lamb, a bear aralor In Wall atreet, to aid In the (Ieiriaton of Steel atock. Ha charicl t .at lltlam Jennlnga Bryan had In tho oil L' Uuul u r In hla comment on tho x a ; tf tbe arced that Henry Antl-Tru- B. "Martin, ha " Steal " Utte hciv k w', ntlnallon. n did not demand that tbe c, if tlcn ast.ru m eingato bta charges, an-n' at be would content him-attbo alatement of hla poal dcnIM of the allegation Urn. Danlaa Acouiatlone. de-va- Llltleton'a apeech waa to a detente of hla poaltlon on tha committee, and to a complete do ml of tbe accuaatton that he waa PLOT TO KILL EMMANUEL at 4 with the "truat Interests." Hla refe c e to Mr. Bryan were baaed Pittsburg on Trail of Man on lha Nebraakan'a editorial, dnclar-lo- g Itallana of Choten to Astatalnate the King tvnt Littleton waa "thoroughly of Italy. v, and "will bo retired from Derao-crat- a the c " tico, It the houao Pittsburg. Pn., Dec 6. A plot to of rt.i .y df aire that Domocratlo King Victor Kmmanucl prof is lk on the truat question bo Italy has beeti discovered by Itallana ', 'd a rloualy." of Plttaburg. and tho arrost of the " a aire of this article," do- emissary charged with roglcide Is ex clear ' it, inn, "was the lying scan- - pectcd In Italy. man Mortlu. 1 havo al- Tho police of Pittsburg bao put tho a n'dMr Urynn highly, per- - police departments of this country K Infori I lirllovo In turn, he baa and of Italy In possession of all ' k'Kid respect. But oven mation that they hao been nblo to iilatc-tfalsehood! of obtain. The would bo assassin Is said ii .11 koch art 'half cocked' to have left Paterson. N. J., several nr, and assume!, first, weoka ago, after belnK chosen by lot r nun tir any mombor of to kill tbe monarchy i hnd dared to demand leaf toWashington. Dec. Tho ui fioin tho commlttcu of trado of New Wk ii limine, and, third, nnd bacco board the supremo ''inc. Hint tho question of Monday afternoon nsked States cirto order tho United ut from tho commlttoo court to net aside 'led, brcntiBO I dared to cuit court of New York stop all proceed-tag- . ' ouBcioiico of my own, to Ita decision and to toward putting Into effect the judgment, appeal to any of tho AmeriHio or vote In accord- - plan for tho dissolution company. can Tobacco iy oi)lnlon of my own." of -ro-ac- tlr l B.-- ilnt BL Teteraburg. Doc 6. W. Morgan Shuater, the Amr. an flnamier, la the real abah of I'erata, aocordlng to tbo Novo Vremya. In a long. Inspired article It sock a to prove that I'rrala ceaaisl to bo a power In a political arnao month ago and la only waiting for aomebody to mold It Into a atate. The Novoo Vremya drlarca that Morgan Shuater la the plotter who baa undertaken thla gigantic laak. "Engllah and Ituaalan diplomat! understand that Perela la In thla transitory atate, " the paper continue "The only man to xraap the situation waa an American. Morgan Shutter, aummoned by tbe theatrical l'erslan government to oterbhut lVria'a The genial American saw flnanoca what English and Itusalan dlplomata, with all their political training, failed to tee. What It tho result "Iluatla and Rngland havo failed, but the little Yankee, with hla loungo ault and hla paper collar, haa succeedHe rulea tbe I'cralan ahabdom ed today. "litre la proof Tbe ministers of Persia took counsel with the Russian gendarm. and deoldod that the real and personal ettato ot tbe dethroned abah abould be ghen up to the Russian government, balng mortgaged to the Russian bank The ministers' agreed. But the American aald 'No. Of course the American was oboyed and nutstan gendarmes countod aa nolblug. "The ministers retired from their posit. Morgan Shuster accepted their resignation, and mica without them. An American cltlron, who had neither bayonet nor droadnnughta to back him, hat proved himself stronger than the whole Persian government" The articles closes with a bint that, alnco an American has taken upon himself to rule In Tersla, It la high time Russia annexed that country further mischief Is done to Russian Intereata. -bo-for- o Trunks Dress Patterns, silk or wool, per yard " Silk or Satin Waist Patterns, Corsets Tnble Linen, per yard Napkins, dozen Mexican Work Table Covers Dresser Scarfs.. 1.00 to 6.00 2.00 to 10.00 25c to 1.50 25c to 1.00 50c to 2.00 35c to 1.00 60c to 2.00 1.50 to 15.00. 95c to 3.00 5.00 Very Uttlo will be done until after tho Christmas holidays. Tbe prelimi nary days of the session are usually devoted to perfecting tho machinery j which will grind out routine matters and clear the decks for active busi ness after the first week ot tho year. The Democratic policy has been plain, straightfordeclared. It Is ward and to tbe purpose. It is the intention of Speaker Clark to how to tho line and let the chlpa fall where they may. Ho is well supported in this by Congressman Underwood, who has sinco bis promotion in power provon himself to bo tbe Democratic bulwark congress. Alabama has cause to , in feel proud of her elected son. Tho Republicans do not approach tho session with the sanio confidence 'as that cxprcsbed by tbo Democrats. They are faltering in their pathway They stand between two of duty. fires. There is now an expression ot open enmity between President Taft and Col. Roosevelt. Seeing tho opportune time Roosevelt has cast his lot with Wall Street, In direct opposition to President Taft's anti-trupolicies. Tho Taft representatives in tho senate propose to stick to him hrough They propose to thick and thin. uphold his hand in every way possible. Senator La Follette proposes to defeat the Taft policies whereever he can. With fragrant break in the ranks of the party it appears as though the Democrats havo more than a fighting chanco in tbe senate, and the control the lower bouse with a decisive majority. It is the golden opportunity of tho Democratic party and under wise guidance it is anticipated that much will be mado of it. In tho last session Speaker Clark showed himself to bo a wise and discreet leader, a man who knows when and how to act under any circumstance. It is a presidential year and when congress is in session during a presidential year there is usually mora" attention paid to politics than to the public business. Commercial Appeal. ' st Will-Caldw- lit Lace Doylies, hand work 25c to 75c Silk Kimonas 6.50 25c to 1.50 Rhine Stone Hat Pins 1.00 to 3.50 Kid Gloves, long and short 25c to 4: 00 Shoes 1.45 to 3 50 Velvet and Axminster Rugs 14.75 to 18.75 Velvet and Axminster Art Squares 12.50 Brussel Art Squares Linen and Cotton Towels, Lace Window Curtains, Mattings, Underwear, Silk and Cotton Hose, Counterpanes, Hand Bags, of all kines, fine line of Handkerceiefs, Belt Pins, Brooches, Cuff Buttons, Beauty Pins, Muffs and Furs, a nice line of Blankets and Comforts. , .1 I ! For Men and Boys 1 nD giVe some raOF-Jw - spent Sunday in Un- ion City. Como and sco us. Visitors are ways welcomed. Sullivan Bros. al- Regular services at tho Presbyte- Work Gloves, Road Gloves, Dress Shirts, Work Shirts, Neckties, Linen Collars, Shoes, Suit Cases, Underwear, Hats, Overshoes, Sweaters, Linen Silk and Cotton Handkerchiefs, in boxes. Kid Gloves, rian church Sunday morning and oven Ing. Alfred Tennyson Dickens, son of tho great novelist, Charles Dickens, was a visitor in Cairo last week. r w To appreciate our display of Xmas Goods you must visit our store. We have hundreds of items you will want to buy for some one. Come in and we will help you pick out the right thing to make them happy. It will pay you to see our lino of overcoats before jou make your purchase. Prices ?6.00 to ?12.60. Sullivan Bros. Our hustling Uttlo neighboring city of Rldgley, Tenn., had n half pago ad in tho Sunday Commercial Appeal boosting their town. Columbus andWickllffo wore coupled together as a pastoral chargo by tbo recent conference, and one prcacbor ,vlll servo both places. I i ti SUDE M. NAIFEH The Dry Goods Man ON THE CORNER ON THE CORNER ' Rioting at Parma, In New York. L B.- -Ad rk, Dec. 6. A blizzard drtv-'- " Jefferson City. Mo.. Doc. who Ib at Parma. In by a galo blowing at tho Qcn. Rumbold. .nnntv nilvlscd UOV- ' H mllca an hour, blanketed NOW Ainunu r Hndley that tho trouble Vcrk Monday morning with ernor .w ' flPPHng all trnfflo on railroad men formerly omptoyed around Import, na rtrnt cars nnd practically tying tho MwmlllB and the negroes 1b not serious "P In tho North nnd East od by cotton growers of e for all oratt exoept torryboata enough to demand tho culling out N Hazard Mo., Dned' ...ii wii Contrary to general belief of many Hlckmanites in the value of horses. Kentucky ranks eighteenth among tho states ot tho union, while in tho valuo ot mules she ranks fifth, also In tho valuo of asses and burros. TheBo facts were made public in tho tables prepared by tho census bureau and announced a few days ago. Tho tables show: That tho valuo ot Kentucky's horses, mules, asses and burros Is $71,974,426, a flgurq exceeded by fifteen states headtd by Iowa. 4 tho mllltla. i -- j.. yw-jrylfriptj m I. SMS fJsJBWTW aaaa aaa "ai aM'ff JT? 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 HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Madegf Handkerchiefs Dainty Holiday dlfts That Are Easily Made and Inexpensive Br JULIA nOTTOMLEY Don't Place Your Order Until You See In casting about for gifts that nru Inexpensive but attractive and worth while, nothing will bo found moro satisfying than handkerchiefs, Tboy are mado In tho greatest variety In size, decoration, quality and style. Manufacturers design them for many uses and consider the needs of tboso who convert them Into accessories of dress and furnishings. Any number of the personal belongings of women and children aro easily made from them, and, what with tho real beauty of tho handkerchiefs and the hand work Involved, these little gifts embody the essentials of tasteful Christmas gifts; no mattur how small tho cost. Handkerchiefs for fancy work and dress accessories may be bought for less money than other equally nttrac-tir-o articles. They will cost from Ave to fifty cents each. The averago for pretty, daintily finished linen ones will be In the neighborhood of twenty Winter is almost here. I'hono 195 cents; good designs may bo had for and wo will call for your winter cloth fifteen cents, showing printed borders, 'Lbbbbbbbbb Ing and put them in first clan shape. and a quarter will buy a good grade of sbbbIudvVPbbbbbbbbbb White Dios. linen with some embroidery. Narrow hemstitched edges or small embroidered scallops aro decorative, figuring Dainty Daby Bonnet. In the designs in neckwear and other accessories made from handkerchiefs. down to form thrwi pockets for ttr d. Issors, etc o e largo handkerchief will mako n p.--' 'f oversleeves for office wear. Dc - p a man's handkerchief twice lpts-. u' the sleeves by tho lower part '1 ft o iHt sleeve pattern. The cor-- r rtt nre to b cut off and sewed INCORPOUATFD c t ' ersleova to form tho ruffs. " 'arjua handkerchief will make Next Door to Post Office UNDERTAKERS tu l.nir revivors. Cut the handker-into two equal pieces. Fold dean the hem corner of ono of the s ", a and sew the hemmed and raw ctV t together (turning In tho raw c "k This forms the front of tho bag ) ld tho remaining portion up ard La. k- - this forms the bag and top .y wif h a band of wide bradlng Turn-Ove- r Collar and Jabot. n T'mi the top of tho bag. Hun rib-n m this and trim with tho ribbon Val of Cluny laco and narrow ribbons bo s 'X' II 3VI,.I,:i'XXj333VrV.1T, Lace-edge-d are used with them. handii'iFsrr starfs, pillow shams and by buying direct frond the Mill. I manufacture the best shingles in the kerchiefs aro inexpensive and ore es- n r covers nro mado by setting smalt pecially adapted to making tho neckState. All are almost half an inch thick, and guaranteed. wear fashlonablo at present, A turn-ove- r collar and Jabot Is Best Heart Shingles, per shows here, mado of a sheer lawn handkerchief edged with a narrow " " Best Prime Cluny insertion and a Val laco edging. It Is very simply constructed. u " Economy Cut off from ono side of a handkerchief a strip three inches wldo in stock at at my place in West Hickman, or may be had at Mill at and dlvido this strip Into two equal Kept parts. Make a straight band of mull Tyler. Ky. three Inches wldo and of tho required length and hem It all round with a hem. Sew to ono edge Me quarter-Inc-h of this strip tho two short strips cut from tho hnndkorchlcf, turning tho corners to tho mtddlo of tho strip. Allow the laco edges to overlap at this point. Turn in all "?AJt. and hem down. Lay tho reJruul HICKMAN, KENTUCKY mainder of tho handkerchief in small ' aBBBBBBBBsl tide plaits, forming a Jabot, and bow to tho lower odgo of tho neck band at the center. To mako a plain turn-ove- r A Simple Apron. collar And cuffs select a sheer, dainty hand- handkorchlefs togcthor with laco ln sertlon. They may bo edged with laco. Handkerchief cases are mode by folding thrco corners of a fancy handWill Appreciate BBBBBBBBBBBsPiV 'XSBBBBBBBBBBbI kerchief to tho center nnd tacking bbbbbbbbbbb1 iV bbbbbbbbbbbbTw them together. Sow a small pearl button here, l'laco a UtUo loop covered with a bow of baby ribbon on tho oth' KSaBBBBBBBBBsi lBBBBBBBBBS5f 'A,'t SLbSBW er corner. Laundry bags aro protty mado of iaBBBBBBB&SBBBBBBBt1 MIbBBBBbI two tohandkerchiefs gether on thrco sides. A tnpo casing JCE Juki Is sowed lnsldo tho top and baby ribbon run In this closes tho bag nnd iiiu serves to hong It also. bsbswVIbZS?' WB t t7v Many pretty caps aro mado from handkerchiefs. Dusting caps nro mado pAFETr-UIT- II by sowing a tnpo casing to largo C0S IT printed cotton handkerchiefs (men's) fE.SIE.SCEH bbtV pats to 'do nust BBBBBBV" "JIbBBbI and running In on elastic. Tho corSESS WIT II A VANK ners aro turned up and tacked to 111 AT IS Co'NSERVA place. Breakfast caps are laco trimmed LbBBBBBBBSBbW. TIVE, THAT OITEHS I and decorated with ribbon bows. sbbbbbbbbbbbK LfEKT BANKING The pretty llttlo gifts will cost, nil jaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSa! BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBK CONVENIENCE FO told, from fifteen to fifty cents each ilBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBAaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB SOUS1 BUSINESS somo less and othors a llttlo mora. ll'E SOLICIT SMALL alobo-Domocra- SPECIAL CLUB RATES. rdge. Cut tho front from a paper pattern, which may be bought at any dry Tho Courier can aavo you monoy . (ods store. Tho back Is a ltttlo clrclo I on your nowspnpero and inagmlnoa. embroidery. Tho or a medallion of edges of tho handkerchief Hero aro a fow of tho old roculnrs: n ill furnish a finish for tho tlo ends. Tho Hickman Courier and tho Aprons ore easily mado. Th sim- Weekly Commercial Appeal, both ono Is shown here, with one corner plest year, J 1.25. rut awny for tho wnlst line. This cor- Tho Hlckmnn Courier and Twlco-n-wee' aer Is used to inako the pocket. SewSt. Louis Republic, both ono ing aprons are made of larger handkerchiefs gathered to n waist baud. year, $1.40. The bottom is turned up and stitched The Hickman ourlcr and St. Louis t, Weekly both ono year, S1.S0. Tho Hickman Courier and Weekly Courier Journal, both ono year, J 1,50. EPBBBB SBBBBBfelBBfl This Is only a partial list of tho IibbbbbeV sHEc5 with which we club. Wo bavo Just issued a 20 pago catnloguo giving tho rates on over a 1,000 other periodicals. If you havo not received KBV.3? bbbbbbb ono of tkeso catnlogucsi call at tho offlco or a poatal card with your namo and address will bring you ono. magAsk for tho Courier's 1911-1- ! azine and newspaper club cataloguo. Its free. After nil, engraved calling card mako tho most acceptable of all Inexpensive gifts. Sea samples and aBlVI get prices at Courier offlco. BtLIBSMBSbIl tl k pa-po- re VEGETABLES PRODUCE C II. i'hono moore FRUITS DB. 0. 0. LBUGHEii Veterinary Surgeon Graduate of Chicago Vet. College 1893. Office at Stoo Stnhr's Lltcry llurn BOTH PHONES Rciidence Phone, Cumh 194 Calls promptly answered night day. Satisfaction guaranteed or Tho gunoral public will im know that Joe Mnngum, Jark.!, blind genius of music, who lia !.. . ,, quite 111 of lugrlppo since last Kr,,i,, Is tuimo better. .Mr. Mangum haa legion of friends In Hickman ,, sincerely hope that he may vell again. . i. We deliver tho coods anywhere, tm tell us to. White Bros, Phone 1& you need them. & A- - 1 r rss. -- Jvvs.. in. . C SHINGLES Kyis BAVS AT MILL PRICES II PROFIT 1,000 $3.00 2.65 2.00 laco-edgelace-edged ' b . fc. A EVERY HATE Y,HOME IS A BANK AGiCOteNT has this can only KWP true happiness can 10 the fact of possible ever come unless sIsisH dependency c. H. SMITH raw-edge- s BBBBBBBBsFtt ' been entirely eliminated, and 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. KJ23r$$k The Peoples Bank Your Business. K,Mracrcu:B wfwnt " d I hSIIbbbbbbbP'I alsVHsJl rrrrJbnVv ti :slss.s.H Bib. j A CiC O V N T S A Pretty HICKMAN BANUHO TRUST CO. OOOg-SV- to50.0 y 32.500g See Our Agent FINAL SETTLEMENT. All parties owing tho estato of Tom Dillon, Jr., by noto or account, will please como forward and sottlo at onco. Parties holding claims said estate aro also requested to present same at onco. TOM DILLON, SR., Admr. Saad Salamy for high grade COAL OIL and GASOLINE Lowest prices and prompt deliVery. Absolutely uniform. CMve T7at m. TxrlcaJL J. P. Fry, transportation agont of tho Tonnesseo penitentiary, passed through Hickman Tuesdny with a negro and a whito man from Lake county taking thom to Nashvlllo to servo thrco years each. Tho whlto "inn was charged with forgery, tho negro with n,r,ir Schwab Suits are doublyguaranteo to bo all wool and to wear to your satisfaction. Seo them at Llebovitz. I 1MMAN REFINING CO. ivANyiu-- : kerchief with narrow homstltchod hem and a llttlo embroidery. Uso a three-- ' BBBBBbV '- -i faBBBBr BBBBBBBBsl . Inch strip from one sldo, sewed to a BBBbW faBBBBBBBl YBK straight band of mull, for the collar. BBBBBB- BBBBBsi 'HsBT' BBBBBW BBBBBBBB aBBB Two remaining edges will mako the bbbbW B H cuffs. They should bo cut a half-IncBBBBBJ BBBBr ' wider than tho collar to allow for turning over tho sleeve. Finish tho aBBsi 1ST raw end of ench cuff with a nnrrow I B-fBbV hand-sowehem. d For a Jabot, select a or IfiavV embroidered handkerchief in shoor BBBBBBBBBBBBBk. BBBBl BaBBBBBBBBBBBl BBS JV lawn of linen or cotton. Cut tho hand- BBBBBBBBBBbV BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT . kerchief In two pieces on a diagonal line extending from a point threo Inches In from ono corner, to a point three Inches in from tho opposlto corner. Sew ono or both of theso pieces Oversleeves fop Office Wear. in a scant rufllo to a straight band of Insertion or flno embroidory, with Thoso on which laco and ribbon nro their widest portions at tho top of used in quantities aro still Inexpensive this strip. Hem the ends of tho strip. as compared with equally good gifts Beading mny bo used Instead of inser- of other kinds. tion, or ribbon Inches wldo laid Home-MadQlft 8uaaostlons. in fine plaits as shown In tho not and Whlto felt padding for laco Jabot pictured here. A dainty bib Is shown made of tho cloths, cut In tho required slzo and corners of a child's sheer linen hand- "neatly bordered with whlto tape. Bureau and pincushion covors of kerchief. A narrow hemstitched border 'is edged """ flno Val laco. Tho bright crotonno, edged with a conrso !i I,tUo 8I)rny .of "no emDr!dory In tho whlto curtain lace. KItchon bags of brown crash, with corner sets It off. Pretty baby bonnets nro mado of bright tnpos, for tho old bits of damask used for polishing glass. Fancy baskots of sweet grass, with, choose a moderately lareo Biz nnrt pm a few narrow tucks along one oretonno linings, for holding keys. h aBBBBBB d For the Composing Room in a printing house electric light is the best, and for factories or shops turning out typewriters, clocks, watches, parts for bigger machines, it will aid in getting better and more work. Whatever your lighting or other electrical necessities further your own financial interests by consulting us. Our diagnosis and prescribing will help you a whole lot. TriS laco-edge- i Hickman Ice (Incorporated) Coal Co. Ox--., 3VXKX-- . I l4 o J. T. Kentucky legislators OOXXaXaOJXr, tca-tabl- o wha fall to "Dread in Old Kentucky" high patof election with ent Margaret flour. Dotter than others tho Secretary af Stato as requl.cd but coata no .more. Bottersworth & by law may havo difficulty In getting Prather. fllo tholr certificates their scats. LyrkSaturd Nlctt. -- JnC TCST" y i vnr, - y?y "j .TF?'" i 1 i BJECTTOlsr $1 1 This Paper Always Stops when your time la out. We dont believe La forcing a paper on anyone. If jou do not want to nils a copy, keep the subscripup. In per Year Advance r to uiiiy w surely it up rmiuuh. lyyrnriiiKO, k OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY . , NV . i ov i . , .sonmiiU poor Impend . ninount for n ! ,r county iintl Hint Local News Volume 52 THE HICKMAN eeORIER. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1911 Get tho best Number 24 at Hickman Furniture Sat- tion It Riven here 16 dayi abead with A Blue Mark A tion paid notice o( expira- FREE SHOW AT LYRIC Wednesday, Dec. 13th . B siE&e &m there night m Co. Arthur Shaw was in tho city urday. Redwood Shingles Lumber Co. Moving Pictures Saturday Reynold, Moss i Get your Furniture at Hickman Furniture Co. V. Get your money's worth man Furniture Co. Dick Owens with homefolks af Hick- N. Estes spent Thanksgiving In in Nashville. Jv.s, A. E. Owen visited his brother Union City Sunday. Got your money's man Furniture Co. 'worth spent Thanksgiving at Tiptonvillo. A 1 1 Miss Leila Shaw, of SUto Line, visited hero tho latter part of last week. Mrs. Nannie Kingman returned on Thursday of Inst week from Louisville. A at Hick James Calvin went to Cralgs Landing on tho Mcngcl Towboat tho latCapL G. D. Ripley returned to ter part of last week. Imlsvllle latter part of last week. Call for tho Courier's catalogue of C. F. Bnltzer, wife and son, went magazine offers for Christmas gifts. to Paducah Sunday to spend a few Wo send card with giver's namo. dnvu Frank Von Borries went to Cralgs Carl Schmidt and wifo spent Sun- Landing on business latter part of uu niiu iuu lurmur b purcnus in uu last week on tho towboat, Mengel on City. Dox. MIks Nell Rogers visited Mrs. Roy Clark nt State Lino Sunday. MJjSjSw anta Clau0 won't know where to do his shopping unless you tell him you can supply many of his needs. Get wise, Mr. Merchant, advertise in this paper NOW and tell him of your stock of goods. 3 rM HERE ARE" "TESS TED" THE "STAR BRAND" KIDS The children of this vicinity have long been waiting to tee clever "Test and Ted." Well, they are coming here and will give two ....FREE ENTERTAINMENTS.... A Novel and Amusing Song nnd Dance Vaudeville Act At Goalder Johnson and W. C. Reed her sister, Mrs. hnvo purchased tho five passenger Studcbaker car belonging to D. B. Wilson. C. L. Walker wont to Cralgs Land ing, Mo., on the launch Ruth, Sunday Mr. Seigh, tho engineer from Pittsmorning on business. burg, who had chargo of the work on Miss Laura Drown spent Saturday the big turbine of tho Mengel Box might and Sunday at Stato Lino with Company left Saturday night for Cinher sistor. Mrs. Arthur Shaw and cinnati. family. Perry Selby, of St. Louis, spent t right on tho shingle question last week hero with his family who 0i our fnmous California Redwood havo been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs F. shingles the best yet Reynold, E. Case. They returned to St. Louis Sunday. Moss Lumber Co. Memphis to visit Louis Kllpatrick. ikj MIrb Ruth Ellison left Sunday for Get your Furniture Co. at Hickman Fur-nitu- ro 3:00 anil 7:30 o'clock It to two WEDNESDAY, IF-- , 1 3 m R. A. Tyler spent Thanksgiving in Miss Stella Wllloy daughter of Mr. Louisville, where he attended a meetand Mrs. M. n. Wilier, died at the our boys homo of the family in Oakton Wed- - ing of tho Shrine. Four of H. C. Helm, H. T. Beale, Jas. W. and Mrs. M. I). Wlllcy, died at the Pnesday evening, Nov. 29, of con- Mayes and Tom French were car- If you want better shingles, try our California Redwood. Reymold, Moss Lumber Co. sumption. No bulidfng In 'town f In the bankruptcy case of the big enough to hold the crowd at one performance, Me-loa- n will be given, one In the afternoon, the other In the evening, In order that everybody may have a chance to tee the show. of St. Louis, and "Test and Ted" rcpretent are the little folks you the Roberts Johnson & Rand Shoe Co., have heard so much about In connection with our famous Brothers Publishing company, of Murray, nn order was made by E. W. Bagby, referee, directing tho trustee, D. L. Redden, to sell tho proper ty Including tho printing establishment and nil notes nnd accounts. The salo will be held in Murray Dec. 9. News-Democra- t. "TESS AND TEDD" SCHOOL SHOES A BIG TREAT FOR CHILDREN. Grown Folks Invited Don't Let Them Miss the Fun Souvenirs For the Children. Free Tickets for Entertainment Given at Store He Sure and Oct One Mayfield was asked to subscribe for 14,000 worth of tho Intcrurban railway bonds, but has shown but little disposition to do so. This Is taken to mean, that the metropolis of Graves county does not hanker after this lnterurban railway because a direct connection with Paducnh would make it too easy for Mayfield citizens to do their shopping at tho larger city. Why not Mayfield "merchants make prices which would catch Pa-iluc- trade? West Kentucky Is in tho throes of an epidemic of tho dtseaso comried across tho "burning sands." monly known as Blind Staggers. Tho W. C. Spoor and wlfo entertained cause Is duo to mold found on corn J. C. Sexton and wlfo. Miss Frankye as a result of rains on the corn harvesting time. Held, Geo. Armltage, Edwin Fuqua, members of tho Courier force, and Save the trouble. of smoking your Miss Cecil Barnes and Swayno Walkby using our Liquid Smoke. 7Cc elegant Thanksgiving din- meat er, at an worth will take care of COO pounds ner. of meat and give it tho regular old Miss Alllo D. Curlln entertained the hickory flavor keep it firm and following friends nt a Thanksgiving sweet tho year 'round; no skippers. six o'clock dinner: Roberta Tlsdalo, Your money back if not satisfied. Sara Winn McConnell, Lily Hacket, Bettersworth & Prather. Frod Bondurantt Marshall Glenn, J. It's not much for a man to say bo W. Alexander and Owen Bondurant. never had an enemy. You could All reported a good time. write that over a cabbage head. It Deep-seatecoughs that resist or- would bo appropriate in an essay on dinary remedies require both external mush or a panegyric on putty. It an Internal treatment. If you buy a makes a first class epitaph abovo the dollar bottlo of BALLARD'S HORE-IIOUK- grave of an ox. If you never did anySYRUP you can get tho two remedies you need for the price of thing to make anybody mad at you, one. There la a HERRICK'S RED you have been called a man through PEPPER POROUS PLASTER for tho courtesy. You should apply for a chest, free with each bottle. Cold by placo as a dummy in a clothing store. Hickman Drug Co, ut d SMITH & AMBERG STORE BURGLARIZED West Hickman Grocery Broken Into. grocery Btoro In Westlllck- ncw two story Btructure ro- ctfO near tho C. M. & Qaa entered some time Thurs--c nnd qulto a bunch of goods j 'f' Mr Dowdy misses nbout th of stock. Entronco was ' '" wimnbly throuxh tho door i Mulvrsi must have had n of nkcleton keys. Mrs. Dowdy - i ' 1 1 ' ' ' . door Frldny morning but remember whether or not '! r was found unlocked. " "i- same night J. N. Lusk, who Mdcg In West Hickman, had "" ,(i 'umy stolen from his barn. s it' Is to bo had, though sua- -' i points to a net of shantyboats ,J" whose boat loft tholr position c"c it Hickman about the tlmo tho rc' rj occurred. It has also been ' i points to n set of shnnty-bo.i- t (i fold a spring wagon to a Mis-oifarmer for 1. They must get - .' whicles mighty cheap to be "' " sell them nt $1. !' will follow tho boats and mk a search for tho missing nrtl- i Mi' ! 1 ri (- N cj s "'ve a Tyler Informs us that ho will alo early In tho spring for "p purpose of disposing of nil of "' t ne horses. Ho will discontinue jbo handling nnd breeding of fine orgc on Oakwood Stock Farm. 11 V ance companies. Matheny Bros . & Plant carried Have $3:!f0 on their stock. Narrow Etcape. McMillan nnd family carried no in surance. Their loss in damaged pir m discovered In Uio roar of household goods will amount to about Uie Matheny Bros. & Plant's grocery $200. store on Clinton street nt 2. JO o'clock The building is owned by Mayor Friday morning by Paff Hawkins, who Tom Dillon. Ho carried $2000 Insur roomd over the atore. He wns pro- ance on It, which of courso will put bably waked up by the smoko coming U back In good Bhapo. nnd upon opening net n unnn nn losses can be ad- Into his the hall door found the rear end of Justed, tho grocery people will resume. the place a mass of flumes. He hur- business nguln. riedly roused Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McHow tho flro started Is not known. all were trappeu Mill. nnd liabv. but only In the burning building. The from the plnco A DREADFUL WOUND. stairs lending down Percy from a knlfo, gun, tin can. rusty nnll, wore already burned away. or of fireworks ,...,, any other nature, de- -Jonos, whose plnco of business Is di I.. trnntnmnt U'ltll lllickopposite, hoard tnoir crjH iui len's Arnica Salvo to prevent blood rectly quick- help nnd soon had a inuuor up iu poison or gangrene. Its tho wounds such It wns none too soon, est. surest healer for all Sores, Skin tho window. ns also for Bums, Bolls, however, and tho occupants wore Eruptions Eczema. Chapped LIU-- ! glnd to escape in tholr night clothes, Corn or Piles. 25c nt Holm & I smoko was then so donso ns sou. as tho suffocating, to bo noxt to i.. i. nieniitlmo local fire fighters J. J Taylor, formerly with tho N with the flamos and suc- C. & St. L. R. R. here, now nt Martin, were busy ceeded nfter considerable hard work writes: "Enclosed herewith I hand you my check for $1.00; please mark In getting It iimlor control. was badly dam- mo up a few notches and continue Tho grovory stock old Courier." aged, principally by water, ns tho bulk sending mo the "Dear In tho front Don't see how I could do without It. of tho goods wore located failed It's always full of nows and Is Just of the store which tho flro extent. Tho like "A letter from the folks nt i .nK tr. nnr lnrco not home." proprietors of the store did nnd when they Mill-- 1 get down to tho fire, E. E. Bondurant, of tho Cayco an learned of It next morning, mndo cayce, was in mg Co., nt Investigation and locked tholr doors, Monday. storo over to tho Insur business turning tho EARLY FIRE Occupants of Building MORNING The December Clearance of MILLINERY OFFERS BIG SAVINGS Every woman should supply their Millinery Needs in this sale. Most women want a New Hat for the Xmas season, and the many stylish hats now offered at such reductions will certainly be interesting. '?. Crr' ' W' vaiJimr r.wyj? f 1- -2 A'v--- y r k; u, f i X J Reductions Ranging from 1-- 5 to 4 J Handsome, appropriate hats for every occasion includ d. 1 SMITH & AMBERG i" WHY NOT GET THE BEST THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING ? The homo should be n place whore man Is always on his good behavior; our kindest words, onr pleasantcat smiles nnd our most particular favors, should be kept to exchange with our own household. If your grown son Christmas WT5S-BGi?a6t- Zswi. or daughter have If your dealer doesn't handle it, write for prices. Hickman Wagon Co. Incorporated THINK THIS OVER. MAKES A QUEER WAGER. Daniel Sargent, a member of tho TMs Offsr Should Qln th Cnf!dne junior class of Harvard has started to of the Moit Skeptical. "We pay for nil the medicine used carry out one of the queerest wagors during the trial. If our remedy falls ever mado. . Leaving Cambrldgo at to completely relieve you of constipa- 3 a. m. ho must kick a football to Ips tion. We take all the risk. You nre wick, thirty miles away, without not obligated to us In any way what- touching it with his hands. Ho has ever. If you accept our offer. That's twenty-fou- r hours in which to make a mighty broad statement, but we $DQ0. every word of It. Could anything the distance the forfeit being mean An automobllo accompanied Sargent. be more fair for you? common-sena- e A most scientific, treatment Is ltexall Orderlies, which Wheezing in tho lungs Indicates are eaten like candy. Their active principle is a recent scientific discov- that nhleKiu is obstructing the air pas BALLARD'S HOKEUOUXD ery that Is odorless, colorless, and sages. phlegm so that it SYIIUP loosou tasteless; very pronounced, gentle, and can be coughed the and ejected. Price up pleasant In action, and particularly 23c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by agreeable In every way. This lnRredl-n- t Hickman Drug Co does not cnuse dlnrrho?a, nausea, gatulence, srlplng, or other Inconvenience. Ilexall Orderlies nre particularShine With Even Drink. ly good for children, aged and delicate There havo been In t e history of persona. barber shops such plans as "A shave If you suffer from chronic or habit- and a shine all for a dime," "A hair at! constipation, or the associate or cut and a free," b . It was left dependent chronic nllments. we urgeK a negro barW shop at 18 ,Ty yon to try ltexall Orderlies nt our risk street to give a free sho shine when Remember, you can get them only at a drink was paid for That Is, It was our store. 12 tablets, 10 cents; 30 tab- a Sunday b xd tiger In which Will lets, 25 cents; 80 tablets. CO cents. Bold Strong, a bootblack, sold liquor and only at onr store Tho Rexall Store, then gave bis customer a freo shine. The Hickman Drug Co. The police had suspected tho barber shop for some time and on last Sunthey made a raid and found a Mra. J. R. Weaver and eon. Dee, day large lot of whisky In pint bottles of McNeary, Tonn., spent tho first of Will Strong was In cbargo and was tho week with the former's brother, running a bootblack stand, tie claimW. J. Cartwrlgh and family near ed that another negro had brought the whisky In to the shop without his town. knowing It The Recorder sent Will Miss Rubye Fleming, who is teach- Strong to the chain gang for thirty ing at Midway, Ky., came homo Thurs- days. Atlanta Constitution day of last week to attend the funeral of little MIsb Docla Carpenter. The only thing high about Schwab clothes is tho quality. Llobovltz. Baterter algbt at the Lyric si-'n- accomplished somo difficult piece of work, rendering you essential assistance; or have climbed some step in tho dally drill of study, or havo ac quired somo new accomplishment, or added grace; or better than all havu gained tho victory over somo bad habit or besotting sin acknowledge It, see It praise thorn for it. Lot them see by your added tenderness, tho deep joy nnd comfort it gives you Thus you will creaton great Incentive to right conduct, nnd lay a broad foundation for a character which shall be redolent with a succulent fruit nnd fragrant blossoms. A man who has made a happy homo for his wlfo and children, no matter what ho has not done in tho way of achieving wealth nnd honor; If ho hns dono that ho Is n grand success. If ho has not done thnt, and It Is his own fault, though ho be tho highest In tho land( he Is a most pitiable failure. Wo wonder how many men in a mad pursuit of gold, which characterizes tho nge, realizo that thoro is no fortune which can bo left to their families as great as tho memory of a happy homo. acwJiTJi .WiHMr1 '5"5s! - -- SW SXX llk-Jf- c Furniture 'v'ni' &&3g3' Av? 5 Nothing adds more to the comforts of home than good furniture, and that's the kind we sell. Our methods of do.Sv..,-ing business have been tested and ap- uwnkSi ,'i rriiT- - 'vxr.-j- i IS Droved bv economical buyers. ? rLCw'JX -- 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. What can equal n mothers love for tho boy? You boys have grown up from tender babies under a mother's watchful care. Ah, boys, how many heartaches do you cause that dear old mother! Do you realizo tho world or affection in a mother's heart? What Joy can you havo in her sorrow? What pleasure In her pain? Stop, in lad, and think of your mother's heart. You have It in your pow. er to mako it glad, or mako it sad. Lot your heart warm to hers as It did when a babo in her arms. Kindly stroke the gray hairs on her head nnd assure her that in your heart thore Is seated a deep and lasting lovo and reverence for her St Louis Furnishing INCOlirOItATKD Co BOTH PHONES 84 Prompt Service in our Undertaking Department er should wish to see her daughter It is our earnest desire to eradicate well educated and even highly accomplished, and it Is a mistake that good 'and careful education should unfit a girl for tho homoly duties of cooking, dusting and general housework. On tho contrary, thoso duties would bo better performed If mothers would at tho samo tlrao that they seek talented Instructors for their daughters, Imy part to them somo of their own talent; there would bo morogood wives nnd marriages. cull-nar- It is natural and right that a moth- - Every Schwab Suit I fvpv II Sell Must Wear misJilwMM'Ml Satisfactorily, or Your Money Back That's our declaration of principles we say so 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-wool "iv Ml nm wwm I II if! mm fllV.wu if rHE f m i III i'l h IVx i III III The natural result of making Schwab clothes so extra good is that you get more value for your money than in any other make. Just try a "Schwab vinced. Come in my excellent assortment of them. $15 Special" and be con- II GUARANTEED SI right away and select from MM ..Bj Where Quality Reigns Higher than Price. II II To be all wool To wcir to your satisfaction. II II HI Ml III Rascally and scoundrelly people for tho most port como from Iniquitous homes, from undisciplined homes. Parents hnrsh and cruel on the one hand, or on the other hand, looso In their government wickedly loose In their government are raising up a generation of vlpors. A homo where scolding and frctfulnesa aro dominated Is blood rotation to tho gallows and tho Jail. Petulance Is a serpent that crawls up in tho family nursery some times nnd crushes everything. Why, Somo people glvo according to their thero nro parents who even mako disgusting to tholr children. means, others according to their For sale at They scold them for not putting In all meanness. their leisure tlmo at church or somo Cowgill's Drug Store church gathering. Thoy havo an ex- WORK WILL SOON 8TART asperating way of doing their duty. nfter you tnko Dr. King's Now Ufo Pills, and you'll quickly enjoy their Miss Neoraa Walaton, of CrutchfUi'i Whenover young women begin try- fine results. Constipation nnd indiing to fit themselves for wives then gestion vnnlsh nnd flno appetite re- Is the guest of Misses Iluth ani turns. Thoy regulnto a now social era will begin to dawn. and bowels nnd ltnnnrt stomach, liver Mnry Klinbro. nnu.- oir......i. There will bo more happy homes less and energy to tho wholo system. Try poverty, fower divorces nnd a better them. winy -- uc nt neim & Ellison. moral ntmosphero. There is a great deal of room for men to Improve in Thsn and Now. Comparatively fow tho same lino. Prior to the last 15 yars, by the men have definite ideas In regard to tlmo people had attained their first tho homo Ufo thoy expect to live. If quarter of a century, thr considered they do picture such a thing, they themselves vrtHy much lorraed as to follow tho outlines traced by somo physical and mental characteristics. sentimental novelist. It Is an Impos- If they wero ambitious and energetic sible sort of placo( in which ho In- tney perhapn carried 01. some kind stalls an angol. Nectar taken tho of exerclso lor their phy leal wollb' Ing, and guarded against mental deplaco of coffee and tho bread pinto W3;"2-- I terioration as they advanced in years Is filled with lotus. 1,&&" by occasionally inking up now studies or reviewing old ones; a- - a dear old indy of my acqualntanco at tho ago of Will Stand Acquitted. elghty-nlnbegan to rc'ow her algreat day of account It will gebra to keep her mind a Mve. On tho Now everything Is changed Wo bo found, that men have orred moro cannot settlo toil Site Stable . Judging of tho honesty of others thought of down comfortably In the In anything In tho regular than in any thing elso, not oven routlno of Ufo which wo may cot be religion excepted. Many who called upon to alter at a moment's Best in the city. been condemned nnd had tho stigma notice. Most of us havo found that Special attention to travfew of our established of dishonesty fixed upon them habits are are wllilns: eling Public. misfortune disabled tho in from right and that unless to bo loft hopelessly behind our assopaying their Just debts will stand Good, honest and careful by tho Judgo of tho quick and ciateswewe must learn over again all that acquired In Infancy, and that drivers. dead whllo others cover dishonest has slnco become a matter of autohearts and actions undetected by man matic action. The Atlantic, OB. the Impression so fatal to many a young man, thnt one cannot live by being perfectly houest You must have known men who have gone on for years in unbroken proierUy nnd yet never adopted that baso motto. "All Is fair In trado." You must have seen too noble examples of those who have met with losses nnd fnllurea, and yet rison from them all with a conscious Integrity, nnd who have been sustained by tho testimony of all around them, thnt though unfortunate, thoy were nover dishonest When wo sot before you such examples, when wo show you, not that "Honoaty Is tho best policy," but that it Is tho very keystone of the whole arch of manly nnd christian qualities, It cannot bo that every Ingenious heart does not rcsond to the appeal. lleavon grant nil such to feel that an "Honest man is the noblest work of God" nnd to llvo ns they feel. BUY EARLY! iOT- O- Cowgill's Drug Store for your Winter Medicines ear ly Many a cold and serious sickness has been saved by having juit the needed remedy on your medicine shelf at the beginning of winter. No need for Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Grippe and many other minor ills if you have us supply your medicine shelf. Candy j - J. O. WEST fay, hi Telephone X0o. .v.4 - w ;.. i - . . i vx V' Adding Two More Stars to the Flag as thoy havo a great deal of Iclsuro nme uio sailors manago to do their own olllclal needlework whon tho flogs are called In for tho nddltlon of stars and the rearrangement of tho field of stars. Tho addition of one star to tho flag sometimes proves an easy task. Tho amount of work Involved depends upon tho position of tho stars nlre&dy on the flog. If there Is room at tlio bottom of tho last row of stars for tho addition of nnother then It Is merely a matter of adding that extra star and this Is a comparatively easy Job Ilut Uio Add of stars seldom lends Itself In that kind of manner to tho work of adding additional stars. Tho symmetrical arrangement of tho stnrs Is r matter of th ntmn.t Imporlanco and this requires much much thought and skill on the part of the officials to whom In entrusted the work of designing a flcld with the extra stars added. The first work when the design of the now flag has been sent out to tho arsenals, la to rip off tho stars that have to be placed In different positions. This work Is done by rows of women who aro armed with sharp pointed knives. They placo tho star to bo removed on a padded base that holds the cloth taut. Then they carefully rip out the stitches until the star Is removed This work goes on for weeks and sometimes months, for all the flags In the country must bo rearranged As the stars aro ripped off they are dronncd In baskets unrf not used again, new stars being sewn on to replace the discarded ones. The new stars are cut by means of a dlo. Now that It seems WASHINGTON. (wo now states will be added to tho Union by March 4, New Mexico and Arltona bolng slated fur promotion from territories, the f g factories run by tho government arc In for soma busy times. It will be nee essary first for tho departments here to decldo how the now atari tall bo placed on the flax. Tho field of the flag Is bocomlng crowded with stars and It Is no easy matter to rearrange tbem so that tho section reserved for constellations may not bo frtMiitknlly Jumbled. This duty do- ues upon officials of tho army and no y departmonta who must meet at i deride how the new stars repressing tho two now state are to t,. ) ared on the field of the flag. 1 rn the work of rearranging tho f t on all the floss owned by Undo Para will be begun, and a glgantlo Uik It will be Ti.e army (Uga are alt rtmado at i bo various government depots, Uio w rk bring given to women who are w a of army men or daughters of trtrrans with some claim on the government for employment. Tho natal Pags are usually fixed up by tho a rt themsclres, the Jackles being Just aa handy with the needle and Urn sewing machine as the women and Furniture for Xmas We have a nice line of SPECIAL BARGAINS for Christmas. ILJUS3I o sjF " sss s sT iaip CALL AND LET US SHOW YOU OUR LINE Next Door to Post office. A A Farls was In Poducah on bus iness Monday. Uncle Sam Teaches Filipinos to Farm professor from the ANnTED Chicago, who spent several n, t r in the 1'hlltpplna Islands as U jrrr at the teachers' vacation as--it conducted by the bureau of ri a ion every year at llagullo, tho sur er capital of the Islands, recently to the United 8tntes. "O'hrr nations one of these days will be romlng to the Philippines to see the educational triumphs have been won," he said, in speaking of the wrk of the schools there ' ...ut question V. one of the trims s of America in the Orient Is it wonderful work that has been ac-- c " f sUd there by the public school iTi'rm during the ten years since Ita erg intuition Krom a mere handful of pupils, and an expenditure of a few thousand dollars In 1901, the ays-tehas developed until now It r hes Into every town and nearly Trr village of the Island, and last ,7esr Instructed more than 600.000 jbors and girls The Philippine spent more than fI.2S0.QOO of local revenue for education. The services of more than 9,000 American and Filipino teachers are lemployed In the various schools of Ithe Islands aa supervisors and class- t' rd i n Hickman Furniture Co. INCORPORATED Charles Mooro wife and children spent Sunday in Union City with relatives. Mrs. Rllla Ford returned to Calrc Monday after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hertwick and family. FOR SALE: Handsome residence opposite college. Nine rooms and bath. Ill health reason for selling. tt. B. 4c "' JOHNSON. th I MteJc t'hostor Ilondurant was In Memphis Saturday on business. Cleaners and pressors for particular people White Bros. Phone 196. teachers of the acadcmlo and technical subjects of the courses of study The I'nlvorslty of Chicago sent Dr Qhepardson and Dr Ooode, two of Ita ablest and most successful extension lecturers, to Manila during the past vacation to remain In rest dene at the vacation assembly of teachers and conduct education courses during the session. In referring to the class of men and women engaged in the education work there, they speak In the highest terms. "I havo seen many gathering' of educators, but none which average higher than this one," said Or 8hepardson. "The reason, no doubt. Is that nowhere else could such a company be found of men and women who are doing pioneer work, who have the spirit of tho pioneer, and whoso earnestness In pursuing Ideals Is reflected In conversation and conference talk." room Llttlo Misses Mary Hardy and An-nl- o Carr Llgon, of Union City, spent Thanksgiving with their grandfather, J. J. C and family, returning l.oui Monda). 'V-dur- rnt Kentucky postmasters whoje tonus aro about oiplro will bo Interested to know that President Tnft Is reported to bo considering the political advor- Tho Courier got out 200 invitations Hablllty of making them fight for for tho Kentucky Club thia week, their appointments. which arc to bo 6cnt out to those AH advertising records In tho nro to bo sent out to those who will South was broken by Goldsmith, of who will Kentucky nttond tho Memphis, Sunday, whon this progres- club's swell dance to bo given tosive firm lined ten full pago nds In night (Thursday). A flno band from the Commercial Appeal advertising Pnducah six pieces coating $70 will Christmas goods. This ono day's furnish music for this occasion. This advertisement cost thorn $2,600 but will doubtless bo tho swollest ball It will bo money well spent. ever given In Hickman. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Bondurant and J. T. Stephens and party motored baby returned the latter part of last to Fulton Sunday. week from St. Louis. Margaret Flour, none bettor. Vincent Moore, ago 87, died at his & 1 rathor. homo near Rock Springs, Thursday. Dr. S. K. Davidson camo up SunHo wns ono of tho early settlers In day night from Memphis and is ut vicinity. thnt homo this week. Kerd Maddox and Miss Virginia Somo of our churches should got Prathor nnd Miss Myrtlo Walker and Arthur Halo motored to Fulton Sun- busy with Andrew Carnegie's plpo organ offer. Nothing will add moro to day In tho former's car. tho excellence of tho services. It . Nsu suiw4viiio muumim ui uvu would bo a very easy matter to ralso toU a pair. Wo make a specialty tho money. Wo know of ono big of lace curtains and guarantee Bat hearted fellow who says ho will plank Isfnctlon. Hickman Steam down $C00 of tho necessary $1000. Albert Roper lost two good horses during tho past week, death being tho result of blind staggers. He also has another horso afflicted with it. W. J. Cartwrlght reports ono case among his stock. There seems to be. a general epidemic of blind staggers throughout Western Kentucky. From what wo aro able to learn tho trou-bi- o is a result of feeding rotten and defective corn. Jas. B. McCreary, of Richmond, t Is to bo boomed for tho Democratic nomination for the presidency. Leaders of the party here eay that ho is the, governor-elec- Domo-crat- lo only Democrat of prominence in the. United States who can unite every fraction in the Democratic party and who can get tho support of every element la tho party. Miss Klrkman, who has been nursing airs. Henry Cowgill for Bevoral weeks, left Friday for Nashville. Mrs. Cowgill Is reported as almost recovered from her recent Illness. y : Federal List of Immortals' Growing wil 7'V4&I-Trlp UKff TUB laws One fact which we havo learned during the three year we have kept this record," said Dr. T. 8. Palmer, chief of tho burenu, "is that there are practically no dcor hunting accldonts In states which prohibit tho shooting of does. This is because In those states the huntor hesitates a moment "list of Immortals" of State biological survey a roster kept by that bureau of all hunting fatalities tn this country already this year has had added to It 7 names From this Information tho bureau hopes after a few years to be able to deduce gcnirnl principles which will bo of vnluo In framing " federal and state game United beforo firing to determine whethor the animal Is a doe or a buck. In case the animal happens to be the variety that brief pause before pulling the trlggor Is enough to save human life." More than 160 persons were killed lost year In hunt tng accidents. This was considerably larger than the number In 1909, which in turn was SO per cent. In excess of the 1908 fatalities. "Of tho 47 killed so far this year," said Dr Palmer, "tho largest number wero reported from Michigan, with 15 deaths. New York coming second with nlno. Wash tngton and Now Jersey being tied for third place with thrco fatalities each "In proportion to Its population the United States leads the world In tha number of hunters within Its borders, Unfortunately It also leads In the proportion of fatal hunting accidents. "Thore is five times rooro Interest In game Inws In this country than In any other country. Wo cstlmnto that thcro nro almost 6,000,000 American buntors. In several of tho western states tho hunters constitute aa much aa 13 per cent, of the population." two-legge- d - Just leceived GAR LOADS GASOLINE rf 9 I AND COAL OIL Nothing BetterPrices Lowest Delivered t Pay Girls to Paw Over Waste Baskets treasury department and spend enUr day going through tho contents of tho dopnrtmont wnsto bas-- a Thoy aro searching for stray bonds, checks and bills thnt may "rough some mishap havo fnllon nto the baskets. Tho positions of tho jwo women are moro Important than r place on tho treasury rolls would jnaicate, for somo tlmo back ono of fished up a flO.OOO United oiaten coupon bond. Tho two women "nve bcon doing this work for yenrs Not a scrap of papor Is permitted be carried out of tho treasury unllI ,t hM pagged ,ho ceQ wrsnip of the offlclal cxamlnora of w&ate basket. There Is a rulo errloe also that no envolope. P J'""a basketof paper shall bo thrown untU It baa been torn Jho PromptlyPhone 175 ITN'IQUE among government "Jobs" Is that of tho two women who alt do by sldo down In tho basement of u EVERY BARREL GUARANTEED ?U V l 5 ,"' or otlicrwlso mutilated. This disfigurement Is n sign to the exnmlncrs thnt tho pnper was Intentionally thrown Into tho baskets. Consequently a sharp lookout Is maintained by tho two women examiners for unmarked envolopcs and official looking popcra It sometimes happens that a gust of wind will carry a bond or a check from on official's desk and whisk It Into his scrap basket It Is almost unfa thnra as If It reposed under lock and key, for tho chances aro a hundrod to one In favor or tne axnlnen rescuing H, want every user of oils in this vicinity to try the INDIAN REFINING CO. products, and want you to be the judge of its merits. SAAD SALAMY, The OilMan v W " F1' FOR SALAD COURSE Are You A Woman 0 80ME NEW IDEAS AS TO COMPOSITION AND SERVICE. I House of Quality Cardui The I I Woman's Tonic EL 1 They are nerving salads with a difference. A salad nowadays Is vory frequently eaten nt the beginning of dinner and voted a digestive sooond to none. Of nil fruits pineapple Is of the greatest valuo to the dyspeptic and contains the most dellcato acid, The following recipe for a plnenpplo salad will be found an excellent one, and It is. moreover, a very pretty dish to serve at tho beginning of luncheon or dinner1 I Suits " ." . .- . 7-8-- M I M girls will have to havo The show. tickets to see the Tess-Te-d Cralghlll Is the name of a They're free at Smith & Ambergs. General U. S. steamer now on tbo river. J. Clyde Johnston and family, of Dr. L. P. Baltzer and C. L. Walker Ripley, Tenn. and Jas. H. Johnston went to Cralga Landing Sunday on and family, of Dardwell, spent Friday the launch Ruth, returning Monday by and Saturday with their brother, W. A. Johnston and family. the C. M. & G. from Tiptoavlllo. Walter DeBow was hero from Jorboj-6an- d dan last week. JOY'S The Best Flowers 601 Church St, Nashville, Tenn. ' Order Early For Christmas We have 200,000 square feet glass, and can ply your wants. sup- . Plnenpple In Lettuce Nests Cut a pineapple Into small pieces. Add one cupful of finely chopped celery, ono cupful of walnut meats and one cupful of orango pulp Shred one head of lettuco very finely and form Into nests on Individual plates. Mix one cupful of mayonnaise and stir It lightly with tho pineapple, etc.; add more mayonnaise If the fruit Is not eufllclently moist, and heap Into the little lettuce nests. Docorate with chopped walnuts Salade a La Versailles Doll six artichokes, separate tho "fonds" from the leaves and cut Into small pieces. Put In a salad bowl with an equal quantity of asparagus points that have been cooked in nalted water Take a handful of salted almonds, chop them fine, pound them with the Juice of two lemons and half a pint of crenm, salt and pepper, and pour over the salad A little mayonnaise may be added to tho salad, but It Is more delicate In flavor without It. With cold chicken nothing Is more excellent than n salad of carrots, cucumbers and hard boiled eggs, all cut In rings and sent to tablo with this dressing Two tablcspoonfuls of olive oil with ono of lemon Juice, with salt, pepper and a speck of sugar to taste. Mushroom Salad Remove the skin and almost all the stalk from some button mushrooms, drop them Into boiling salted water and rook for three minutes Lay them on a napkin and when quite cold sprinkle them with pepper and salt and finely chopped parsley Lay on a dish and pour over two of oil to one of tarragon vinegar Shrimp Sal.id a La Rrotagnc Shell a quart of boiled shrimps and lay them on young lettuce leaves In a salad bowl. Chill somo mayonnalso sauce on Ice, pour over tho shrimps and serve Tongue Salad Mix together and put In a fine dredgor a small quantity each of celery, salt, red pepper and black pepper, white sugar and Take some thin slices of Russian tonguo, squeeze a little lemon Juice over the pieces and lightly dredge with the above mixture. Shave up some white onions and celery and put thom In the salad bowl with a few white lettuoe hearts. Add the tongue next, then pour several spoonfuls of oil over the whole with a dash of vinegar. Serve at once. I I 1 Overcoats " SEE 'EM BEFORE YOU BUY 7 9-M j B I I H. E. CURLIN House of Quality j I table-spoonfu- ls his L.NtoF wok. Report of Quarterly Examination ...Rivcrvicw Graded School... NINTH GRADE f"7 F&J? Xa JrcSl I P h yPPEr pZjro 5 I AUf bro IjUIu 91 llbrlorle EC I'h I I V sk?l (Cfl Vjf 'fVflPl FWtC JfxVI VI ?T I Til m$l $lr H II I I J yfy T J Itufus Atwood Klol, CUy Nannie Clay Chas. Adklsson Amos Gilbert 87 .,'. 96 98 89 74 73 93 76 36 "4 83 78 CI fcTfc Tr report" ex- EIGHTH GRADE ROSES. CARNATIONS VIOLETS. LILIES OF THE VALLEY ETC. ETC.. are always acceptable as a remembrance. H. E. CURLIN, Agent Hickman, Ky. Ginger Cream. For ginger cream, which is most excellent, thick cream Is required. Or, If the cream be thin, gelaUne must be substituted. Measure the creamy Ingredient, and to each of two cups allow three ounces of preserved ginger. This latter Is to be cut In flne shreds, and with It go two tablespoonfuls of linger syrup. Whip the cream very stiff, sweeten as you like It, and then stir in the ginger and tho syrup. Whip again, and set upon the ice. Chill glasses, and Just beome fore serving fill these with the cream. Decorate each with a piece of tho ginger. It must be served without cone-shaped "Sir." said the subscriber to the editor of the Bowersvllle Clarion. "You published a highly colored report of the site and sweetness or the watermelons In my patch That ought to be corrected. Who wrote It anyhow T" juanita Hancock MattloMUInor Minnie Nichols Eva Wright Finis Wilson Seventh Grade. Brown llegmon Mary Jano Tltsworth Charlotte Wilson Dowa Fn-ddl- , ...:92 .....82 02 ....36 k0 ,...8C 92 92 96 93 91 91 93 94 4t 100 79 80 90 S3 plained the editor, "was turned In by our highly colored reporter. George Washington Jobnslng. who also turns the crank on the press on Friday afternoons. He claimed that he based the report on observation as well as on Inside information." "That highly colored ' l'earl Under Bessie Mooro James Ulla ten to your singing than the Kitchen. Keep both a high and a low chair amount of good music! rin the kitchen. Use the high chair at the kitchen table, with a footstool to An Insinuation. In 1847 ROGERS BR0S,S( Test tho feet on, when preparing vegetables, etc The low chair, which may be made by sawing the legs of a common kitchen chair, Is useful to sit on while waiting for cake or biscuits to bake. Tbo oven may be seen without stooping over. The few momenta' rest gained from time to time during the day by sitting, when it Is possible to do tho work, will mean less weariness when the day's work Is done. Baked Cracker Pudding. Beat the yolks of two eggs, add cup of sugar, spoonteaspoon vaful cinnamon, one-hal- f nilla and one pint milk; pour over three-qarter- s cup rolled cracker crumbs, let stand half an hour, then bake until firm to tho center; spread glass currant Jolly, and with cover with a meringue made by beating tho whites of the eggs stiff, beat cup sugar, lng in gradually then browning eight minutes in a moderate oven. one-quart- er one-eight- h one-third one-quart- any Lonard Hcgman WIlllo Lowory Mildred Atwood Itufus Williams "Old you seo the man In the stage Fifth grade. box wbo sent the bouquet to me?" "Yes." Kathorlno B. Nichols "And did you notlco him slip Caroline Brown folded slip of paper among the flowNina Henley ers?" "Yes. What was It the bill for Willis Wright Alberta Williams them?" to "1 Depends Upon How You Sy It. Son of the House Won't you sing Sixth grade. something. Miss Muriel T Durello Halliburton Miss M. O, I daren't after such good music as we have been listen- Huth Yates Bythla Wallace ing to. 8on of the House Rut I'd rather lis- Mary Smith Mary Wilson Annlu Hoblnsoii Mllred Allen $9 Coranu Stephens 90 Ora Bennett... 90 Ilosa ixe Bransford 87 Mary B, Cross S9 1.01m Bryant 89 Beanie Williams 71 Ulllo Hurt 80 Anna Yates Itoulah Bryant 94 Wlnfred Halliburton WIlllo Wlngo 89 Charlie B. Mitchell 85 St . ..81 81 77 71 90 90 81 78 76 "Siber Tlate that Wears' Silver Of Proven Quality Rich design and refined beauty in knives, forks, snoons and fancy serving pieces arc not attributes of solid silverware alone. The skill born of long experience lias pro duced, In flic famous "i87 rogers bros." silver plate, effects In pattern and design which make its name for beauty second only to Its reputation for quality "Silver Tlate that Wears. Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue "OL ," showing all patterns. MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO., (IsteniaUonil BUrcr Co.,Baccuor.) Pumpernickel or German Bread. Bcald one cup of milk, add ono tablespoon each of butter and sugar. yeast cake in one Dissolve one-hal- f oup of water, add to the milk. One tablespoon caraway seeds and one quart of rye flour. Mix thoroughly and raise over night Cut down in the morning, put into bread pans, raise till light Bake In medium hot oven one hour It U delicious baked la 'gem pans and eaten hot Tho prettiest lino of over saw now on display in our dow. Hickman Hardware Co. cut-gla- ou win- Mcrldtn, Conn. Fourth grade averages. Those Daar Girls. 85 must congratulate you on the Annlo Taylor C9 announcement of your engagement Katberlne Brown to Mr rtlchrox." 90 Esalo Williams "On the announcement?" "Yes. Tbat rather mokos It more "1'rotectlon," says a famous statescertain." man, "enriches tho few nt tho expense of tho many, the rich at the I. Coats has returned to Memphis. expenso of tho poor. A half century Tho Embroidery Club will meet with of tho oporatloa of tho protcctivo Mrs. F. 8. Moore Friday afternoon at policy In tho United State Illustrates its effects. Of all tho factors that 2:30. contributed to tbo colony of mush Send your children to Smith & room millionaires In this country Amberg for a f rco ticket to tho Teas- nothing has played such an ImportTed show. ant part as tho protcctivo tariff. A Sunday majority of tho magnates who llvo in Mrs. D. B. Wilson returned night from Nashville whoro sho vis mansions along Fifth avonuo, and ited hej: daughter, Mrs. Hobs Cheshire whoso sons make Ufa a Joy for tho sensational newspapers by marrying Tho boys and girls will have to get chorus ladles, got their wealth through tickets to entitle them to a chanco tho llopubllcan given prlvllcgo of on tho shoes given away by Teas and picking tho pockottj of tho pooplo Tho Ted. Ticket free at Smith & Am- - through favoring tariff rates. masses aro poorer to the extent that bergs. magnates havo boon mado over-ricmil BUSINESS MAN: Tho Cour Mrs. C. A. Mooro returned to hor ier will handle tho finest lino of 1913 calendars that over came to Hick- homo In Pulaski, Ills., Saturday mornman. Don't place an order with any-bo- d ing, after a visit with her son, F. S, Mow. uatll you at tali line. Third grade averages. Katlo Williams Wlllard Brown Dora Mc.Moris Cord a I'arham Hazel Harris M. C. Uloss Clarence Dudloy Jack Brevard 8uvolla Mlllnor Mary Frnnklyn Blnla Naming BIrda Morgan .j.... .. Horlda Wheeler..., La vera Watklns 1 Initio Frccmnn - J. It. Brown and Hoarn Browne," t Sunday at State Lino. Get your Furnlturo nt Hickman r u nlturo Co. Thoro will bo no excuse for loav Hickman this year to purchaso h" ' day goods. Our local firms l.i brought on good stocks, big a6' ' ments and right prices. Do your t "1 lng r.t homo. Tho merchants earn ftds In this paper respectfully sol" your trade; you will got valued colved at tholr stores. -- -- malarial fever last week. Virgil tho eon of Mr. and Mrs. Fcnzle, of Uidgltfy. Ho was also a W. O. w an I. O. O. F. and a Mason. Ho 'lfta ZS.OnO tnmirnnon. Mr. Foazlo WOS OI of tho most rospocted and most sub stanUal young citizens of Lake vimii i,fi,in in iilnd at h homo between Mndlo and Illdgley. of nH . .' SWEDENBORG, THE SCIENTIST. Owing to the growing popularity of thn man nrwl hlfl unrkft. vn hnvii hnpn I requested by a citizen of Hickman to print a brief sketch of Swendenborg, tho great scientist. Wo take the following from tho New York Ameri- . can: Swedenborg, a Swedish nobleman, philosopher and scientist, although little known to many, Li still one of tue powerful, yet Imponderable forces continually moving our thoughts. Cur-- I 'fivj Ing his life ho was tho adviser of tho I king and a friend of the great learn- EIUIAPS, Hrit of all, of Europe. As a scientist he was (hope ! needed nt Ied advance of his day, anticipating Christmas time and In m iLB of the discoveries of our own Christmas shopping. For time. this season which tradition has bulldcd up as Hut Swedonborg'a greatest claim to tho gladdest, merriest our regard lies la the fact of his tlmo of all tho year, In socrshlp and in his noble doctrines as This house has earned tho distinction of being the "House of Gifts" by the oxtreme care and thought put Inrcalltr for tho majority serting tho existenco, the nature and nn anxious, overbur li to the selection of articles for our stock suitable for use as gifts. As a relief from thp perplexity of those tho laws of the spiritual world. For dened, dreaded period. In modern whose find themselves at sea as to Just what would be acceptable and appropriate for each member of the fam-lB be claims to have been given, while life tho sift load has Increased nlong in the flesh, a certain access to the with other complexities, has bocome we are printing In this adv.rtlssment a few suggestions for each one. Our store offers to those who Unseen, a privilege possessed at times Jn tho majority of cases almost too shop In person, hundreds of other suggsstlons. A NUMBER OF ARTICLES IN THE HOUSE WILL BE SOLD weighty to bo borne, hanging hoary by the prophets nnd seers of all FOR COST AND LESS TO CLOSE OUT. on tho consciousness from midsumlands and ages. Tho open vision mer to December 25th. Desperation came, not in the trance stato, but drives us to seek solution of tho painwhile ho was in the full possession of ful riddle, and at least a glimmering his faculties. Ue teaches that spirof light seems to como our way. In itual or inner man is tho real man desperation wo resolro, seeing no For Baby For Girl For Boy For Lady that tho spiritual or inner eye, lookFor Gentleman other help In this so urgent need, to use a little new thought, mental healRATTLES ing through the physical eye, sees SEWING 8ET TOOL BOX BOOKS SMOKER'S SET ing or whatever you call It that Is CHIMES PIANO into our physical universe. We feel FOOT BALL TOILET 8ETS SHAVING SET supposed to mako hard things easy. through tiie physical hand, not with INFANT SET DESK FRICTION TOYS MANICURE SET MILITARY BRUSHES And this glimmering of light we RUBBER DOLLS DOLL MECHANICAL TOYS it. Now in the case of a seer, this MIRRORS FOUNTAINS PENS would bavo penetrate tho darkness of RUBBER BALL8 physical eye Is 60 adjusted or opened DI3HES BOOKS PICTURE8 CARD CASES others, Hcnco thesa lines. BLOCK8 BLACKBOARD WAGON that he looks directly into the spirVASES CIGAR CASE Suppose you havo a list of half a CHAIRS DOLL HOUSE IRISH MAIL itual world. We must remember at COLLAR AND CUFF BOX POST CARD ALBUM8 hundred "expecting" from you. In DOLL TRUNKS GAMES this point that the spiritual universe TEA BELL STATIONERY KNIFE which caao, wo mako bold to advise, HORNS is not a great distance; it is here, DOLL GO CART MAGIC LANTERN PHOTO ALBUMS PIPES dont knit your brows over tho disjointed combination of your fiat purse SHOE FLY DOLL BEDS all around us. It is everywhere proCANNON3 . CHOCOLATE SET8 BOX CIGARS and tbrlr oxpoctatlons and glvo It all jected through the physical universe DOLL FURNITURE BANKS STUFFED AMINALS WATER 8ET8 WALKING STICKS up as hopeless or at least bungling. DRINKING CUP STOVE as the soul of a man is projected HOBBY HORSE LAMPS CUPS AND SAUCERS Just put on a now thought, or montat through his body. The spiritual unihealing expression and hope. Declare verse is the soul of tho physical unito yourself: "I am not going to It has always been the policy of this store to show the finest merchandise to be obtained both from an arverse. worry, como what may; for tho first tistic point of view, as well a for Inslrintlc value. Great care and pains have been exercised to secure a tlmo In these many distraught years Now, perhaps, we can get some con great variety of useful and acceptable gifts which should have these characteristics of style and genuine qualI'm going to mako a stagger at ccpt of what Swedenborg means Christmas, every bit of It the ity and yet should be so reasonable In price to amount to positive bargains. That we have succeeded In our when ho tells us that he talked with aurvey of that army of expectants, endeavor Is evidenced by the fact wo have become the leading Gift Establishment In the city. spirits and angels during all the lattho survey of resources, the study of fifty dherse tastes and wants, tho er poriods of his llfo. We get a record herolo endeavor to minister to theso of these remarkable experiences is wants with purse lean as shrunk his "Heaven and Hell," "Conjugial shanks of Shakespeare." Just foroo Love," and other writings, which exa smilemental healing, or now tend over 15,000 octavo pages. thought and drive ahead. Inwardly affirm, and outwardly express, "All's Swedenborg died in London in 1772, wsll all's coming out right," then go leaving a circle of disciples acclaimon down town for tho test. ing his humility, his amiability, his lint, so tho smile will not rub off. -Tom and Ted free show at Lyric "" ana ec us uoiore uuyiuj, you Rev. W. O. Stockton Is In Kenton, I Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Mitchell spent profundity; but his revelations ns a tho Inwsrd and outward serenity bo metaphysnot roughened, wo beg you go early; Wednesday, Doc 13th, both afternoon viuua uu. Wo auu iuo tooua uuu Tenn , this week assisting In a revival Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur pioneer in both science and ics nere beyond tho grasp of his -- ..n Shaw and family at State Line. there. It Is most dangerous to put tho nnd evening -- Su 11 an Bros. . '.mCi age, especially as his works were writstrongest resolution sturdiest effort, n on trial In tho maelstrom of ten in the learned latin of his time. Christmas shopping. Tho Little by little this world has openmsd m"b that at this lime surges ed to the 6eer's amazing revelations. through aisles, Jostles and tramples As the genial ocean streams ImperIn elevators, bangs heavy doors on ceptibly to warm and Invigorate our wosk ones struggling In tho rear, this shores, so the Influence of the mighty msd mob might prova a successful current of Swedenborg's thoughts has serpent In that paradise of serontty nnloplng you. for a hundred years been thawing and If you aro calm and smiling In warming the bleak theology of the making your purchases, of course It Middle Ages, and his writings are tomay startle the girls behind tho day tho prime Influence beating down counters, causo no little agitation, but the wall of Irrationality, making way they'll recover and you'll have thorn for a faith that appeals at once to fairly hypnotized, can get out of them Km the reason and to tho heart. Balzac almost anything you will. Wo tried It yesterday ourselves with marked says somewhere that Swedenborg has ljS3LMaMCjajaL-JSaapjaajaBgBajgj- a success, got through a list of much given to tho world the only concept length In miraculously short order. of God and tho hereafter that a reasTho shopping proved quite a social onable man can accept. success, exchange of courtesies rathI believe that readers will find in er than more exchango and barter; Swedenborg the most radical and nnd, fooling aside, really not the deadsearching moral code now In the posly, deadening, loathCertain it Is some, unholy, fight session of mankind. ChrUtmaa shopping has been with us that he had dear, logical mind, and this many a rfay. And, fooling aside, that ho gives us what seems to be wo really found quite a lot of falrlr the spiritual calculus of the Unseen good things U bo had at moderate World. And, with ali this, he throws outlay, believe tho tfclnga came to out occasional Ideas of great beauty, view partly because wo were not fusas when he says, "To grow old in sing and fuming about the matter. By the way, does not Bernard Shaw Heaven is to grow young." declaro that about tho only folk that Many of the most celebrated writ-er- a have manners nowadays aro the folk of modern times have been kinthat serve behind counters? To some dled by tho warmth of the Sweden-borgia- n tho mannors may spell mere senilthought Coleridge, Blake, ity, bespeak Inferiority on tho part of Emerson, Carlyle, Ituskin, Tennyson, tho but thoro are tho Browings, Georgo MncDouald, atlll left a few people In this age of falling-dowCoventry Patmoro, Henry Drummond, of every good old standard that cling secretly to a liking for Thoreau, Oliver Wendell Holmes, courtesy and graclousness, aro ablo Henry James, Sr., Elizabeth Stuart valto recognize It at the real thing Phelps, Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney, John though apparently presenting Itself as Blgelow and many others. omothlng offered for sale, to bo had Carlylo says of him: "A man of for money. And there la no finer thing In this season of strike nnd grent and indisputable cultivation, than tho Inflnlto patience and strong mathematical Intellect, and of exhorolo calm of tho girl behind tho tho most pious, seraphic turn of mind counter. a man beautiful, lovablo and tragiAfter you have hopefully and smilcal to me, with many thoughts in ingly made thoso hopeful purchases him, which when I Interpret them and tho purchases havo arrived at your domlcllo, without delay, sot to for myself,' I find to belong to tho TRAVELING BAGS CUFF BUTTONS HANDKERCHIEFS work at doing them up; wo beg of you perennial in human high and CUFF, COLLAR BOXES and BAGS 8CARF PINS HOSIERY for tho success of tho experiment thoughts." SUSPENDERS don't wait till the elovonth hour for SWEATERS GLOVES Thore is no doubt that Swedenborg tho sticking of tho Chrlstmaa stickers, NECKWEAR PAJAMAS UMBRELLAS was ono of the collossl of all ages, tho tying of tho evorlaatlng ChristHOUSE SLIPPERS ono of tho three or four greatest InNIGHT 8HIRT8 WALKING CANES mas ribbon, tho endless addressing tellects that havo appeared upon the and weighing nnd stnmplng. There LAUNDRY BAGS UNDERWEAR COMB AND BRUSH SETS Is nothing so calculated to mako you And theso llttlo books, epito, plnnet. CAPS LEATHER GOODS COMBINATION 8ET8 hato this maddest, morrlcBt soason of mizing his teachings with their underMUFFLERS Dickens' fancy ns having to hunt SUIT CASES SHIRT8 lying doctrines of service and soliaround at tho last moment for wrap-Pin- g darity, will be a consolation nnd a paper nnd string and appropriate stay to every earnest student of tho boxes and tissue papor and cards and llfo of the spirit. all tho rest of tho lumbi- - essential to "getting things off." In at glad Chrlstmaa time numberless Wo aro Indeed sorry to learn that Jrlttlo tempers are broken, our good friend W. G. Stockton has roslstlng tempera cracked. tendered his resignation as pastor of tho Presbyterian church of this Heartburn la n aympton of Indigestion. Tnko a doso of I1EHUINB In c'ty to tako effect January 1st. Ho such cases. Tho pain disappears Inhas soveral locations In view and is stantly. Tho bowola oporato apeodlly as yet undecided as to his future and you feel fine, vlgoroua and cheerful. Prico EOo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. nnlA liafoeHncPopc fi8f Christmas Suggestions : I Only TWO Weeks to Christmas Make Your Selections Now i FIETIKE -- Sz JFJElttlXGJEZ. after-luncheo- DOYOUIL CHKLSTAVlS SHOPPING E hm H JH jjn JH fxrmMk JHjfl nerve-rackin- g, i Suggestions For Ladies Who Over What Be Sure to Appreciate It. Are Puzzled to Give HIM So He Will li A man wants some kind of a practical gift THAT'S WHAT CATCHES So when you start making up your lists be sure that YOUR GIFT will be one of usefulness as well as of artistic beauty. We offer a list of uable suggestions that are sure to prove acceptable. Things that every man needs and appreciates. Our prices, too, are equally as attractive in their HIM. i T i Ill-w- m, treme lowness. g Bradley & Parham M K $ : r 1! E. R. ELLISON'S Dry Goods and Variety f r CASH 5TORE IS SANTA CLAIS HEADQUARTERS This store is now overflowing with good things for presents. The Christmas merchandise shown is unusual and unique in Extent, Variety, Beauty 'Toys and Dolls Iron Toys and Trains yr I Gift Goods . 1 China Gift Goods Plates, Bowls, Cups and Saucers Mechanical Toys Auto Toys Animal Toys Tops, Trumpets, Balls Aerial and Steam Toys Toy Books and Games in bewildering variety. i f4&& vc Pictures, Holiday Stationery Cut Glass Novelties, Jewelry Novelties, Toilet Boxes Vases, Holly Boxes Toy Guns and Pistols Toy Dishes and Furniture All kinds of toys. Dolls of every size and variety, big and little. SANTA CLAUS HAS ARRIVED Santa came in on time last Saturday on the train and proceeded to his headquarters at Handsome Gifts put up in individual holly boxes Cards, Seals, Tags E. R. ELLISON'S STORE There were so many children out to meet him and they were so excited that he never had a chance to distribute his letters, photos and presents. He, however, left them at E. R. Ellison's store with instructions to deliver to every child who calls there. Dry Goods Specialties and Novelties for gifts Holiday Hosiery, Neckwear Hundreds of pretty things you'll have to see to know about. Unbreakable Dolls Beautiful Jointed Dolls Christmas Candies wry .fv - Fireworks ...TEN CENT DEPARTMENTS... This store is popularly known as the "Ten Cent Store" and rivals the city stores in the extent of its offerings at the popular prices of 5, 10 and 25 cents. For ten cents you will find hundreds of attractive, beautiful and useful things which make desirable and acceptable Chrjstmas presents. COMB AND LOOK V" --!- 3!E3 y KtSwlnraRi 7TytYT JH ME.aiifec Newest Coiffures J-- vwwwvswwwvw . O. STTJBBS v . ' I Pontlwt PboiM No. SI f t la Clcde Building, over Brevard's Store , SMrVArW rVWWvWWWX WHERE PLATINUM IS FOUND f:i i Rare Metal In Small Quantities Usually Is Associated With Gold In Gravel Bed. H &ie Home of uHart SchaffiierS MarxM Wj Good Clothes KM KM ssr" ''TfttrT yCS fr'r " ? . ' one important thing in giving Christmas presents to a manold or young is to give something he really wants; that's really the important thing in giving to anybody. The one difficult thing, with a man, is to find out what he really wants. You can't find out from him; he either won't say, milady takes It upon her forth In WHEN tho operaglittering array, or he doesn't know what he wants; "doesn't want anything." or a reception, she must give groat attention decoration of of things to the not be difficulthor coiffure. This Just come in here soon and look over a store-ful- l will this season, cause fashion has taken to herself all that he'd like to have, without asking him any questions. the beautiful features, which havo be- a circlet of big pearl and little rhlne stones, and a strand of these, with the stones alternating, are mounted along the rib of the Is mounted In plume. Tho beautiful and graceful paradise wltn The ordinary source Is accumulations ol gravel which have been eroded from extensive area and gradually concentrated In one locality by the continued action of water. It is a rare metal and the accumulation must be from a great extent of country if a paying; deposit is to be develop-1- . Platlnum la of a silver gray color which Is rarely tarnished. Its development Is similar to gold, except that where gold Is usually associated wltn quartz and light colored rocks platinum will be found more commonly with dark colored rocki. and especially those of a greenish shading. It is found only In small quantities, except at two or three localities. Western Colombia and eastern Russia have gravel beds which afford the principal supply of this metal. Elsowhero It Is found over consld rable areas, but not sufficiently concentrated to b of Importance. It may be looked for among the formations adjacent to re gions of old volcanic activity. The distribution is principally In altered rocks, and segregation seems to have been the principal cause contributing to Us collection in ore bodies. Tbo deposits found up to tho present time have been of Irregular mineralization and not of great extent, consequently all platinum deposits must be considered with caution. Of the rare metals associated wltn platinum, iridium, osmltm, paladlum and others, llttlo need be said becauso of their rarity. If found they will bo associated with platinum and will be known by the greater hardness, brighter surface and greater speclllo gravity. Moody's Magazine. Platinum Is found associated gold, principally In gravel bods. Got tho best nt Hickman Furniture Co. W. L. Ilrown was horo from Jackson, Tenn., first of tho week. i.. m; M m w Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes Suit or Overcoat $18 to $25 Other makes $8.50 to $ 6.50 Boys Suits and Overcoats $2.50 to $12.50 1 heretofore figured In millinery, to bo used In adorning the splendid coiffure. These features, beautiful In themselves, sho has seen fit to embellish with mock Jewels. The lovely peacock feather Is shown with eye partially outlined with emeralds and rhlne stones. Tho soft ostrich plume shows the stem In a Jeweled cabo-cbo- n spangand many tiny dew-droles scattered over the flues. Desldes feathers, tiny ribbon roses are favored of fashion, nnd between the two, with the addition of Jeweled bands, the choice covers the field and everyone may be suited from debu-tanto dowager. JULIA BOTTOMLEY. p Don't fall to 8co tho Hickman Hardware Company's display of cut glass. A pleasing personality U mado doubly so when you wear a Schawb suit or overcoat. tl STYLES FOR THE BRUNETTE Vivid DRESS FOR YOUNG GIRL 14-2- Meeting nights of Fulton Lodge, 7-- Colorlnc, Need GIFTS FOR MEN AND BOYS. Umbrella Gloves Handkerchief Suspender Nickwear Cuff Button Scarf Pln. 75c to $6.00 25c to $2.00 5c to 50c 10c to 50c 25c to 50c 25c to $1.00 25c to $1.00 8o Popular Just Now, Dark Beauty to Set Them Off. No. 83, I. O. O. F. Thursday Sept, Oct. 12- - 26; Nov. Dec. Shirt 50c to $2.50 Muffler 25c to $1.00 Hosiery (cotton and silk).. 10c to 50c Hat and cap 50c to $4 Sweater Coat 50c to $5.00 Suit Cases $1.50 to $15.00 Shoe and Slipper. . ..$1.75 to $5.00 When you're trying to think of something to give a man for Christmas, think of this man's store ; we'll help you all we can. SMITH m H"imr" Ito & AMBERG FOR YOUR HAIR. VlfcN Hr tirely Aro Paet W Wanl You to Prove at Our Risk. When the roots of tho hair nre en(lenil nre eI(i7im1 over, we do not believe tlmt nnvttilni; inn restore linlr growth. Hut whin the hair roots rctnln nny life we believe there Id nothing tlint wl'l so surely promote linlr growth ns will 1'cxiill linlr Tonic. To pnv tint H'ntement, we promlxo to promptly return nil the money you pay us for Itcxnll -- rer linlr Tonic, should It not I lease you ItexnU "UT linlr Tonic destroys tho Kerr wMrli nre UMimlly respouillilt for luliluess it penetrates to the roots of the Inlr ntlmuliitlug nd, liy pro- nnd tho pores of tho scalp fif to ill W W-f- dSii rwwr " ih vivv r a'AK 1 r.i A cTpm t Dttf t At a recent style show held In Washington under tho patronage of a committee of society women the living models chosen were girls with brown hair and brown eyes. No matter how beautiful a girl of the blondo type might be, she did not havo a chance of being chosen for tho show. The blonde girl is not admired this season, for she does not bring out the good poinU of the now "creations" and "dreams" launched by the Tarls dressmaker for the winter season. Polret. tho most daring of the Paris dros artlsU, UU clings to the oriental In his latest models. He has finally acknowledged his "Jupe pantalon" or Turkish trouser skirt to bo a failure, but the wonderful vivid colorings of tho orient still hold his attention and In somo of his startling new afternoon and evening frocks he ha combined vivid reds, blues and greens-co- lor schemes which would be lurid and terrible except when combined with the master hand of a Polret and worn by a woman of the right type. The fair beauty of a blonde model Is eclipsed when Bhe dons ono of these frocks with Its vivid color notes. She Is not tho woman to set It off to best advantage, so an olive skinned, almond eyed beauty Is chosen In her place. It Is said there will be no flaxen haired models employed at any of the big style shows held In this country or Paris. Only tho languorous beauties who suggest tho mystory of the orlont are In demann. Desirable Millinery Furs. Touches of fur are the rulo on tho winter models, says the Drygoods Economist Ermine Is a strong favormillinery and beaver ite In high-clas- s s a high novelty, being used to edge ind face brims, and In bunds and bows nclrcllng tho crown. Smnll. close-Utln- g bonnets nnd turbans nre shown i. ibe short haired furs with long or Oiort empire scarfs nnd frequently a Mole Is In prominent ,fr to matdi io, alf-- sealskin and Its substitutes, wll ns ermine and beaver. Skunkg used In large qunntltleB for trim-nlnpurposes Quaint Dancing Frocks, bouie of the llttlo dnnclng frocks if chiffon or net made for tho after . o. dancing classes of tho very much i linger set wool embroidery Is very j ucli lu evidence, and until one has trrn u dreBS of this description It Is )r.id to rcallzo Just how effective the jopvlar worsted trimming may be. Some of the gowns havo bands of wool Mrs. Kato Bassett, of Atlanta, Ga., the gueet of her sister, Mrs. Victoria Walker and Mrs. Annie Ellison. U hero Don't forget to place your order at onco for engraved calling cards for Christmas gifts. Tho Courier carries an oxquUlto lino. Judgo and Mrs. H. F. Homley and llttlo daughter visited relatives near Columbus the latter part of last and first of this week. On Thursday evening of last week Miss Lyto Rcld entertained a few friends nt Rook. Two courses nnd mints were served. You got what you pay for when you trade with us. Wo don't sell you ono grado of shingles and dollver an other. C. M. Yates Shingle Co. An overcoat Is your closest friend now. A fine quality stylish friend can be bought at $7.50 to $1G.00 at Llebovltz. Prices a great deal less than In other stores. 'W " I ' " VI ncilrculntlon, nourishing them. --M" linlr Tonic helps to Irrltntlon. to reinovo dandruff to prevent the linlr from fnlli'iK out. nml to promote nn Increased crowth of linlr. It comes In two s'7.e prices fit) cents mid ?1.00. Iteinemlier. you enn olitnln It only at our store - The Itexnll Store Tho Hickman Drug Co. Hixull relieve FOR SAIK. Troy avenue mo This design Is for a girl of 10 to 'IS years, and may be carried out In any thin woolen material; our model Is In pastel blue cashmero. The bodice Is cut low and square In the neck, a piece of fancy galloon being carried ncrosB the edgo both front nnd back, wide pieces of material are carried over tho shoulders, they are edged with tho trim ralng, and the ends are gathered In under the band at top of spirt; tho panel In front of skirt Is carried up over bodice both front and back in a deep point, It Is trimmed below the point with buttons; the trimming Is carried across sides between the panels at top of hem. Materials required: 3 yards 44 Inches wide, about 4 yards trimming. short-walsted The coramlttoo Investigating tho election of Senator Isaac Stephen, of Wisconsin, will acquit him for briber but reprimand him for spending too much money. Wnshwash, eh! Don't bo deceived by to much talk about cheap shingles. Wo will sell you tho same goods for lesa money nnd can furnish you a better shlnglo If you want it. C. M. Yates Shlnglo Co. Wo have been forced to raise tho prico of all coffee and our famous Granger, will now soil ut 30c instead of 25c. It is tho equal of auy 45c cof-fc- o sold in Hickman. Bettersworth & i R. Prather. Guy Saunders returned to Amorllla, Texas, Thursday after a ten day's visit with his father, Prof. J. H. Saunders and other relatives horo. Guy holds a responsible position with the Saute Fe railroad company. t.n Twn reiililelieeu nil Good lot. ham, etc. "i'e House has 10 rooms; the othor rooms Ix)t 100x180. Also nnothor Rood resldenco nonr tho Presbyterian '""feu All of thoso nro A No. 1 piece of nrrmnrrv ti,.nc.nni.i, terms Apply nt this offlco. Phoue 38 for (roceriea. mmmmz z?n :lWlffwJr'i ' Q WAIHtNftVON Wf lower work about tho bottom of the klrt and on the girdle, and a frock )f white chiffon had a blue tunic effoct lordered with worsted flowers resem-)Un- g . and roa Tulle Theater Caps. Fur and tullo Is ono of the Inconsistencies of tho smart autumn millinery The charm of such a combination is nowhere more evident than In tho quaint little theater cap seen In the best shops. These are of the most vivid shndes of tullo burning red. flashing green, brilliant blue, flaming orange, bright corlso, with wisps of fur of a darker tone along tho edges. A cap of deepest orange tulle was bordered with mink and had a huge pillow muff of tho tullo and mink to correspond. Cerise tullo striking with seal, and the deoper reds with ermine. Drlgbt blue and moleskin Is also a favorite 1 Cnrnegio has named twenty men They are for the Hall of Fame. Shakespeare, Morton, Jennor, Nell-soLincoln, Burns, Guttenbcrg, Edison Siemens, Bessemer, Mushot, Columbus, Watt, Boll, Arkwrlght, Frank-so- n Soven of tho and Symington. twenty nro Scotchmen; but how many of them can you givo tho first names of and tell why they nro n, I! forgt-mo-noU- U. I aJplJl A fC Pretty IW ' " - The Courier's Weekly Sermon fj Bad Mix Up iS-1 n 1 PASTOR RUSSELL AROUND THE WORLD Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, frc. See samples. Jit Courier Office. blessed ones of the Harvest nnd be transported by the First nesurrcctlon-t- o glor. honor nnd Immortality. Among the Itedeeruer'H parables, the Punter said. Is one which pictures the oiisecritrd KftlntH of Owl In this bar-retime n virgins Hut somo were nise ami some foolish all virgins, The mns.ses of mankind however jru. the masses of Christendom, nre omitted front ihls parnltollc picture. Onl the virgin class Is dealt with at nil. nud It h divided Into two parts Only the nine, the fnlthful. "more thnn comiuerurs." will have tho honor of entering Inlo the wedding with the Ilrlditegroom nud lccotiitug "the Ilrldc. the Lamb's wife." Then the door will he shut. No more will ever enter thai door No more will ever lie added to the llrlde company the number of the "I.'Uvt" will have lieen completed Later on Ihe foolish virgins pass through tribulation and obtain tho oil nnd the light which they should have Hut It will then be too had before late to be of the llrlde company They will knock Haying. "Lord. I.ord open unto ns:" hut the Bridegroom will declare. I do not recognize you ns mem bent of My llrlde The Scripture Miow us elsewhere that these "foolish virgins." passing through it great time of tribulation, will Ito called to the mnrrlnge supper of the Liimli and tx presented before Ihe great King ns the virgins, the Itrldo's companion and subordinate helpers. -- I'salm xlv. One leson. nld the Paster. Is that It Is not sutllclenl that we say. "Lord. LonT-tb- ar we publicly proclaim ourselves Christians -- nor Is It sufficient that we be engaged In goes! works. Obedience to the Word Is neciwary. 13-1- " When You Think of Furniture Think of r u 3 I iuii Chairman ol Instigating Com- ,j cMontgomery JMI MM "1 ! mittee ot Seven, Visit to KWnth.n Lands It Not In th Hop of Converting Thm Heathen Have More Than Doubled In Last Century Kingdom Mutt Be Ettab-litht- d Before Every Knee Will Bow. llaeMiMsMMMaahesa often occurs in that old style, closed-iplumbing. Those dark closets are such handy places in which to store the irons, hammers and things like that Sooner or later there is trouble. Why not have us install a new, modern sink in your kitchen ? It's cleaner, healthier and cheaper in the end. The biggest nnd moat varied line is now ready for your inspection. I have ever shown Selling for cnh f1 m only enables men to sell ' B Brooklyn, sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbPvVsbH Hickman Tin. m & Plumbing Co. Both Phones Jo. 75 fVWWV A GOOD VULCAN A. M. TYLER Attorney-at-Law Mrs. Anna M. Albrecht Becomes an Expert Blacksmith. Woman has crossed the Mrs. Anna M. Albrecht of this city is the successful Invader, having won the distinction of being the only woman blacksmith In Now York city and possibly the pioneer of American women' In that trade. Mrs. Albrecht Is a sturdy woman of 35. the mother of three, children and the chief aid and assistant of her husband In his smithy. She can heatj rivets, set wheel bands, straighten Now York. and Notary Public last frontlor of man's trades. Will practice in all Courts of the State. Office over Rice's Shoe Store The Purpose of an W Antnrrirnmnnt is to serve your needs. it will neip sell your goods talk to the - ment in this paper is a reference guide to, those whose wants are worth supplying. Mrs. Albrecht people you want to reach. An advertise at the Anvil, Business Directory ASK FOR RATES T. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Services: Every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday. W. J. McMURRY Attorney-at-La- Ofilee la LaClede Building oa corner. Hickman. Ky. DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD Dentist Davidaea'a old stand. Phone No. 2. Hickmaa, Ky. HICKMAN FURNITURE O. Funeral Director and Embalmerc. Phoae 20 day or night. Hickman, Ky. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. dairy In The only Fulton County. te Rough Lumber For Sale... Dimension Stuff cut to order on Short Notice. Mill located on Dresden Road 2 2, miles east of Hickman. If you are in need of anything in this line, see Dr. J. M. HUBBARD spokes and set shoes with tho skill and strength of any Vulcan. Mrs. Albrecht has been a black-smit- h for two years. She camo to the, aid of her husband when he was un- able to accomplish all tho work that ( he had to do and yet could not afford the pay of an assistant. Mrs. Al- brecht, although new to the work, caught the trick of It so well that many of her husband's customers have Insisted that she do the Jobs they ' bring. For this reason she remains In' the smithy, although, with her a!J,f Albrecht has prospered so well that he now employs two assistant black- smiths and wagon repairers. She used, to be In the shop from early morning; till sunset, but now sho passes only a few hours there every day. Mrs. Albrecht does not regard hen trade as unusual for a woman. "It seemed the only thing to do," she' I said. "My husband needed help and' so I helped him. I used to notice people stopping to watch me as they pass ed, but I soon forgot I was attracting attention. There's no reason In the world why women shouldn't be blacksmiths If they're strong enough to wield the tools. There's no more skill required for It than for a good many tasks In housowork, and practice makes perfect, you know." The woman blacksmith's costume is not at all Indicative of her amazonlo profession. At tho anvil Mrs. Albrecht wears an old dark short skirt and a gingham dressing sacque with a low, frilled collar and sleeves cut off above the elbow. Her forearms are well developed through her use of the heavy tools. She says that sho likes the work and that she will contlnuo at It as long as there is a demand for her services. ' , sufferer, every mnn woman or child with any kidney trouble will find profit In the reading. A. J. Hiiuzlkor, East Hickman, Ky . says: "I cannot any too much In prnUo of Doau's KIdnoy Pills as they had a wonderful effort upon my I eutfered for some years from attacks of kidney trouble nnd at times thcro wna n dull nche across tho small of my back, which mado mo miserable. A short tlmo ngo I procured Donn'tt Klndnoy Pills at Helm Si Ellison's Drug Storo and through their uso found ontlro relief from my troubles." For salo by all dealers. Price 50c. Foster-Mllbur- n Co., Buffalo, N. Y Only tho Church Harvested. solo agents for tho United States. Tb Patnr reminded his hearers that Romomber the namo Doan's and he believes the Ulble to teach that wo nre now In the 1 arrest time of this take no othor. Are Contequcntly nono should mis understand the vlxlt to benthen lands to Imply uny exeetatinn on his part SCAFFOLD MADE OF LADDERS (lint Ihe hen I hen must be converted before this Age will end. That such Jacks Attached at Shown In llluitra- wmiid be n human Impossibility Is tlon Will be of Oreat Htlp to shown In the government statistics Painters on Houses. Ihe number of heathen having dou bled during the past century. Painters who work on frame houses U'liii t he doe expert is that as there and do not have a swinging stage will it re h few of (od'n "very elect" In nil find tho ladder Jacks shown a great Viinii)liiHtlin of Christendom now to help. I'e jnirtwrd so nlso there are a few Each Jack Is mado of Iron In Hiilntlv aiiDM iimoncst the heathen who two soparate parts, tho brace, and the hitee iii eptisl Christ Including som Staging sunort. These rmri run ha f the missionaries. The Harvest tnut adjusted to any angle by taking oter us wtde nn nren ns did the sow tho bolt and raising or lowering out the Ing of Ihe liospel reed. staging support to the desired position. The Jacks are hooked on the rungs of The Foolish Virgins Not Leet. The text HilnLi out a Inson. Not nil who li ive professed to bo followers of Christ will be nmongst tho kid-noy- s. ii 1 H-l- Tho cember 3. public was not made a w n r e of Pastor nussell's presence In our city today. No notice were given out because the Academy of Music was not obtnlu-able- , mid the Tabernacle would not frASlQg. RUSSElt) accommodate the crowds As It wa. however, the Tabernacle was crowded The afternoon text was. "The harended, nnd vest Is punt, the summer we arc not yaved. -- Jeremiah vlll. '."O. The I'aRtiir seemed specially to enjoy the semi privacy of this meeting with As Is the Tabernacle congregation. nenernlly known he Is nbout to start on a tour of the world In company with a committee of six gentlemen of affairs, of which lie Is the chosen Chair man. The committee was appoinica somo months tigo by tho International Dlble Students Association to vUlt hcatben lands and investigate conditions there nnd report to tho Association and to the public their findings along the following lines: The Committee's Instructions. (1) Are tho foreign Missions being conducted nlong Christian business lines? (2i To what extent nro the method used successful In reaching the heathen peoples and In bringing them to Christianity! 3i What are the teachings, what tho Inducements to accept Christianity nnd how enduring nre the results) Hi What M Ibe uttltude of Heathendom toward the .Missionaries nnd Christianity nnd what nre the Missions becomfor prinpei-- l ing ifii U'lmt. If uny. changes should be wnde In teaching or lu financial to make the forelgu work more successful In future? (fii What hone ! there for tho ot the world In this generation n niMi.d by the layman's Mis- lomiry Movement with Its endowment? I7i To nliNt extent do the monies the heathen and could donated uny Improvement nlong this line bo - De- I For Less Money than credit houses, nnd you will save by trading here. I also carry a full line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. K mS Come See the Goods H The Everything You Want 1 Grocery Snow Flake Flour. Best Meats in the city, fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. MUST BELIEVE IT When Hickman People tell It so Plainly. Well-Known When public endorsement Is made by a citizen of thU locality tho proof is positive. You must bellovo It. luwd this testimony. Kvory backache Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74: I HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS i:htaiii.!.hiiki i& TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. Hurmmr to II, O, lummace, ilfut1 Marble and Granite J Monuments CURBING. STONE WORK OF ALI KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky jj I9 Farmers and Merchants Bank 1 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY DiHKtmmH H. M. IHliKH 11. T. DAVIH llr.J. M. mnillAItl) flglHfc. lOKO.ll.TIIUKt.KKM) J.J.O. IIONMJIIANT HKNHY HANDKIl T.A.i.KDroitn "?.--& &&" irrif gPsmmiH cci r-if with sound banking. We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, nnd offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS YXV-L- V X - 7 ' XTiC liUT The Scaffold In Use. J. J. O. HON l)U KANT, I'reildeni II. O KAMAOK, Aitt dn.lilfir J. A. TIIOMrBON. Cm lilf 'l. I Phone 4 P at j GROCERIES C H. Moore . .. Fire departments are necessary and save much property, but they cannot be relied upon always. Although they may put out the fire, water may do s much damage at the fire. Fire Insurance protects you against the loss by fire as well as the loss by water damage. A fire Insurance policy In a rellablo company with a repMr, and Mrs. C. C. Smith returned utation for fair dealing and promptSunday morning from Nashvlllo where ness la your beet protection. We rep they spent Thanksgiving with their resent only such companies. Z son Frank, who Is attending Vandor-bl- lt .X. H. C. HELM, Agent University. ples, blotches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion. 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N Y tho ladder, writes W. D. Smith of Quolpb, Ont, In Popular Mochan-tea- . has In his possession a piano which very highly and la fond of This Is the usual position, but ho values they can be roversod and used on the showing to his visitors It was own by back of tho ladder. For small places ed C. D.James Pcnlmore Cooper Pease of Cooperstown made on the sides of buildings, sign work, tho piano and tho groat novelist etc., this Jack will be found Tery bought It Afterward he sold It to " LAUNDRY -- AT ! $ Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices " j $ 1 There's somo class to Oettersworth k Pratner'a 25c Granger coffee. Have rou tried ItT Singer Sewing Machine office B. 0. Rice Shoe Store . Our I FRESH MEATS? Txry t4.4--''''- at o. xx. Phone Moons 4 A satisfied customer Is our best We can satisfy you. White Bros. Phoae 18C. pit tiiJ.