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Hickman, Ky., May 28, 1909
lall, 'he beet fo
t,.-t t&e beat
,lttJ S .Jgo Pao
deep 3 lfll"
r 'ban corn
that I think your cotton seed meal and
r cattle and oheep. I think it ia
r hay at present nricoa. T hav fait
ead of cattle at different times and
fat nroducer. I carried ISO hA nf
t winter. I fed hay part of the time. It
of clover hay per day at 60c per bale.
day. Whan I fed your cotton seed moal
about $1.00 per day to same hunch of
they did better on your meal and hulls.
j & Bond Co. ,
I have been feeding your cotton seed meal and
- two years to milch cows and fihd it to be the
I have ever used, also the cheapest. It in
'he flow of milk and koeps the cows in fine con
As fully satisfied with your cotton seed meal
Mrs. L. D. Threlkeld
LOOKS LIKE A 00.
Tci -" - 'n a meeting was
,. . i . ..idiwo of talkliiK over
U 1 .1 b -
.... . . . ; i n.iiliiiir n levee aroilllil
,, k i The nllcndnnco was
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. rp. t . imiHV nuu nuiu uiuio
., ii. ami prospects nro
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A, i i, stated ,tho Mongol
. i . . .a nffi-ri'il in euntrl-
I i u.' Richmond & Hornl
u J the railroad company
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. . a iu rtusu uiv i uuvhr.
.. t t tin- luvoo. tbu tracks
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Kiu.. n. cling was In pros-
w rtv nttnnru iirtiAnuL
., i i.ol Lake lone to not uti
. ,v fr thnrn l hurillv
(,ny V tr r In West Hickman
.1 . .h i rally.
X, Hi , u. i was cbontin to rcpro-
1 to fund .This bo will
in n i i. r in innn.il n ri'iHiiL ul
It u c'.fuat' d. and conservatively
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ml 1,1 liullil thn lavco. Al-
k.-.Q tibsalbinl and tbcro 1.
Tb.i u L. cbunca of a llfutlmo
(i u i j' u nvi'Ut'U improrciuoiiu
..r.i i.4 r.'i i.th. r tiiihfli Imtiriivfitiimil
-nu i. .j tc mauo lur luo nuuiu
tla', ujll pay tbu city nit big
cKJ. nil 1 ully 110,000 la lost nn-
II V If 11. It InoV nr I...u
Uti push r
II ;cu a property owner, glvo
jour pnrmy , .
in the Fertile Amr
fn' I'k:,'. W(h nomilatlon of
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llllliaio IB Tcrj OVCII,
ii'n,u. iuo iiriKiiiuiiTvy
oi inn toll la remarkable.
i.iujih, I'liu-niHMUB. iiKB nnii
...... .ic wuHivnifu wiin croai
Bier I. h, llrlKanco ,of Hcndor-
,,lt UiB rt jjuiur nii
uk ,uw iiuruiuu nuii nun-
. nuu iubo III IUKI11.
Un Cook and family, of noar Kul-
-r. inuiuuf aim Dunuuy wtiu
E, Case U vUltlng Mrs. Hor-
in muu iiiy uiis wuuk.
Second hand fumlturo bought nt
-m w .u OUUJI.
Movlnq plcturei every night at the
MEDICAL SOCIETY MEETS.
Thco Fulton County Medical Asso
ciation mot In regular scslon at Cay
co, Oct. 0. Tho president being nb
sont. Dr. S. V. I.uton, of Hickman,
Tho roll call showing a flno attend
ance. Aftor partaking of a nlcoly pre
pared dinner, the minutes of tho lat
meeting wore read and approved.
Tho following officers woro elected
for next your:
Dr. J. V. Naylor, Cayce, I'rcaldont,
Or. 1. II. Curlln, Illckman, V-Pres.
Dr. C. A. Wright, Cayco, Secre
tary mid Treasurer.
Several very excellent papers were
rvd on different subjocts and wtiro
dlscussid by all presont.
Dr. S. Colin, of Kulton, reported a
case of typhoid fever of unusual noto.
Dr. J. M. Hubbard, of Hickman, re
ported n caso which ns very Inter
esting. A patient, 9G years old, had
an arm amputated at tho elbow.
which gavo happy results.
Dr. I'. II. Curlln reported a caso of
malaria fever, which was very Interesting.
Dr. C. A. Wright, 'of Cayce, wos
oloctcd to represent tho society at
tho Kentucky Medical Association,
which meets In Louisville Oct 19, SO
and 51, with Dr. S. W. I.utcn. of
Hickman, and Dr. 8. Colin, of Fulton,
The next meeting will bo held In
January of next year.
Next Sunday morning Her J AV.
Waters will hnvo for his subject.
"Tho Crowned Heads In the Spiritual
Realm." Good music and n cordial
wclcomo to all.
Sunday School at 9: 45 a. ui.
A largo bnrn belonging to Ed l'ow-
ell, of near Walnut Log, was destroy
ed by fire tho lattor part of tho week
also two horses, farming Implements,
etc. It Is reported that Mr. I'owell
loft his barn doors open but at tho
time tho flro wns discovered tho door
were fastened .lnclndarlsm Is sua
pooled. Mr. Powoll was tho man tak
en by tho night riders with them dur
ing tho raid In which llankln was
killed, and Inter was n witness
Tho Kentucky State Medical As
sociation will meet In Loulsvlllo, Oct.
19-20-21. On account of special rates
mado for tho Grand Lodgo of Mason,
they will got a choap railroad rato.
Kdltor Drlco ,of tho Troy Nows-Uan
nor ,wns a pleasant callor at this of
fice Tuesday, Ho is ono of tho most
entertaining writers and host Inform
od mcu of West Tonncsaeo.
Miss Addlo Winters ,of Llttlo Uock,
u vUitlnir her mother .Mrs. Zora
You Can't Keep It Out
The Virtnr I. K...l i l-i ...
. . , uuuuu iu UCL 1IIIU cvciv
ujw lone win vou Keen it out ot
TV Th? charmlnp muilej the rfe.
f.u Juni ,he "'reahlng enterflnmsnt
'Wch yru never lire-all these you
'e to yourself and your family.
A tmall payment down, then a dollar
Itltlei thlssieht and m:ikei the
n your own. Look In and see us.
$10 to $100
John Hognn spent a fow days with
homo folks thin wcok.
Mrs. Will Hubbard was on tho sick
list a few days this wcok.
Judgo II. V. Item ley was In Union
City, Saturday, on business.
Mrs. Charllo I'nrham has return
ed from a visit to Union City friends.
Let us build you a kitchen cabinet
or a box couch. Hickman Job Shop.
Miss Ina Iloycr, ot No. 8 Island,
spent Sunday with Miss Estello lien
cau. Mrs. Hoy Clark, of Woodland, visit
ed J. W. Hogcrs and family this
Ilnrnlo Hughes Is In Mayfield.
D. I. Wilson is In Gardner, Tenn.,
Duvo llryant, ot Union City, vlnltod
his daughter, Mrs. T. A. Ledford,
When you build, you want good
work. Sco U .3. Elliott at Illckman
Tho Kmbroldcry Club meets with
Mrs. D. II. Wllson Friday aftornoon
nt 3 o'clock.
For hair dressing or dressmaking,
call on Mrs. Hob Salmon. Your pa
tronage will bo appreciated.
Mrs. (I'lles Dond, who has been
visiting In Tennessee and Alabama,
joined her husband hero Tuesday.
Mrs. W. J. Cook was called to Wa
ter Valley yesterday on account of
tho. serious Illness of her mother.
Mrs. I'orter Weaks, of Fulton, at
tended tho DoIlow-IIelm wedding this
week nnd visited tho family of A. M.
Mrs. Ltzzlo Winston, nnd llttlo
daughtor, of Corydon, Ky.,'-aro tho
guests of her mother, Mrs. Luttrcll,
on Troy Avo,
Tho Hickman Concreto Co. Is put-
tliiK In a new concreto walk In front
of I'rof. Cabby's placo; also In front
of tho W. O. W. lot.
Mrs. Ivcy Check Hrann, of Fulton,
cama over Tuesday to attend tho
Dollow-IIolra wedding, and visited tho
family of A. M. DoDow.
l'orcy Jones Is putting a lot of new
fixtures In his Cafo this week, and
otherwlso Increasing his business
facilities. Glad to seo tho firm pro-
Monday evening, Mrs. L. l. Ellison
entertained a largo number of lady
friends at Ilrldge in honor of her
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Muse,
of Atlanta, da. An excellent salad
courso was served. Mrs. Hess Doog
her, of Honnoke, Va., was an out
ot town guest.
FOR SALE: Ono of tho best cor
ner lots 'In Hickman now occupied
by J. It. Hrown's mill; also n good
combined Btoro and residence. The
rcsldenco has about 8 rooms. Lot
Is 22x100 foot. Will sell worth tho
money. Call nt Hickman Courier of-
Tho Str. Mongol Box Company
camo In Tuesday morning and Imme
diately after arriving went to Med
ley crossing, whero sho pulled tho
Tug Oscar V. Kcoler off of tho bar.
on which sho had been stuck hard
and fast since Saturday afternoon,
nnd nil efforts had proven unable to
budgo hor. Sho suffered no damage
other than bonding hor rudder,
Whllo on tho river yesterday, Dr.
C. W. Curlln discovered tho body of
un Infant floating about midstream
and opposite tho Leo Lino's excuse
for a wharf houBO. Ho brought tho
body to shoro where tin examination
was mado by Coroner Smith. Tho
body was perfectly nude, that of a
boy 8 or 10 weeks old, and seemed
to have been Iu tho wator several
days. Thero wero no marks of viol
ence to bo found, and It is thought
that tho child was thrown In tho rlvo
by some Inhuman paront. Tho body
waa buried at tho city cemetery.
On Friduy uftcrnoon, of last week,
Mrs. Magglo Handle gavo a Varloty
Shower and ontertalued a largo num.
her of friends iu honor of Miss Ivcy
Dollow. Misses Mnrgurlto Fuqua and
Holtlo Dollow received tho guests as
iimv arrived, and Miss Mabel WUsou
received at the parlor. Heo punch
was sorved by Mrs. F, T. Itaudlo. Tho
color Bchomo of groeu and white,
was carried out vifectlvcly In tho rv
freshments, and decorations. Mint
sticks, (led with green and white rib
bons wero served. Miss Dollow was
the. reciuleut ot many haudsomo ar
ticles, consisting ot silver, cut glass,
linen, and uiauy other attratlons. An
uppotlilug salad coursu was served.
.VI . jr. Al
The Peacock is
Proud of his Feathers
land you really can't blame him. His
feathers are worth being proud of.
You should be as proud of your
clothes but the question Is Are you?
We don't want you to be a peacock
BUT we can show you a few things
In Men's dress that will fill you with
manly pride. Ask For The Interna-
Head to Foot
Let us cut you a suit from the new
soft grey fabrics, and have It mado
up In the famous International way.
Really you ought to see these beau
tiful greys. They are the finest
you ever saw and each Inch Is pure
FIVE BUILDINGS BURN.
A very dlsastcrous fire occurcd
In this city yesterday afternoon at
C o'clock, destroying soveral thous
and dollars worth of property, most
all of which was owned by negroes.
The flro broko out In tho rcsldpnco
of Hud Nichols, presumably fiom a
defective flue, and beforo help ar
rived tho fire was beyond control.
This rCsldenco and contents wero a
total loss. Valuo abgut $800; small
Insuranco on residence, which was
owned by Charllo Nichols.
Next to go was an adjoining resi
dence occupied by Dick Dalloy. He
lost his household goods no Insur
ance. This houso was also owned by
Charllo Nichols. Valuo about G00,
From this building the old negro
Doptlst Church caught and was to
tally destroyed. Tho old church had
been moved Just far enough back
to allow the erection of a new con
creto church building belonging to
tho Baptists. This building also burn
cd. The latter building was tho hand
somcst church In the city, and was
complete with tho exception of "pap
ering. It was valued approximately
at. $4, GOO, with not a dollar's Insur
ance. Tho negroes had worked faith
fully and given liberally for Its erec
tion only to seo it go down in des
truction when It was ready for use.
They were also in debt for about
J 1,200 on It. Their pastor, O .Dur
rett, had even given his cntiro sal-
nryBTnco May to npply on tho church
and had with his own hands handled
tho building material for tho carpen
ters nnd masons.
Tho conflagration also took In tho
parsonage, which was worth about
$500. They had $1,200 Insuranco on
tho latter building and tho old church
-tho church being valued at $2,000.
So tho negro Baptists are now In
They have lost all church proper
ty, about $7,000 and owo $1,200 with
nothing to show for It.
In all tho loss will reach nearly
WOODLAND MILLS NEWS.
Caleb Drasflcld, of Dresden, visited
relatives hero last week.
Messrs. Geo. and Gus Pratherhavo
returned homo from Paroquette, Ark.
Mrs. J. W. Prathcr and Mrs. J. M.
Mowhenny havo returned from Fulton
Mrs. Aubrey Sanders is visiting
her mother-in-law, Mrs. W. H. Sanders
Fred Dondurant and Andrew Our
pis havo returned to school at Dres
Leon Plerson, of Lexington, Tenn.,
was the guest of Mrs. G. D. Dras
flcld last week.
Mrs. Richard Prather and her moth
er, Mrs. Salllo Jones, havo returned
to niythevlllo, Ark.
Mrs. Mary Crenshaw, Mrs. Dr. R.
X. Turner and Mrs. Ada Illco called
on Mrs. Dr. Peter Prather Tuesday.
Tho L .S .0 .Club met last Wed
nesday at th,o homo of Mrs. Ada
Rico. Tho house was beautifully dec
orated with cut flowers and ferns.
All tho club members wero present,
nuU the following visitors: Mrs. O.
A. Kennedy, Mrs. G. D. Drastleld,
Mrs. Dr. R. N. Turner and Mrs. Mary
Crenshaw. Sherbet and cako woro
A. A. Farls and wife and baby
havo returned from St. Louis, where
Mrs. Farls was called to the bed
side of her father, Mr. Robb Rob
bins. Mr. Robblns has been carried
back to his homo near Now Madrid.
Ills condition Is not much Improved.
Miss Ella Young) age 21 years,
died at the homo of her parents, In
West Hickman, yesterday evening at
7 o'clock. Consumption caused her
death, which of course, was not un
expected. Tho family camo here
from Mayfield, and the remains of
the young lady will bo carried thero
for burial. The family intended to
ship tho body by rail, but owing to
bad railroad connections and a law
forbidding a common carrier trans
porting a body after being dead 30
hours, they will bo compelled to
drlvo through. The death Is, Indeed,
a sad ono.
320 Acres of Fine
Well located, behind the
levee. No better land in the
bottom for cotton, corn and al
falfa. Cleared land this year
will bring $12 50 to $15.00 an
acre. Will make terms easy.
Our Fall and Winter
assortment of Button, Blucher and Lace shoes is the most com'
nlpf nnrl kpsr we have ever shown. Our DVtterns are exclu
sive. Materials especially fine and workmanship all that most
nmnAfont urnrlmnn ran nrovide. Bradlev it Parham will
VWMIW(WI V H Vllttt - r
make it to your interest to see them u you are hard to fit or
please. "Red Cross lor ladies; "fackards" lor gentlemen.
H. T. Beale, Notary Public, at W.
A. Dodds' Lumber Office.
R. A. Tyler has returned from a
business trip to Lexington, Ky.
Mrs. S. M. Hubbard is suffering
this week from a sprained anklo.
FOR RENT: My building, now
cccupled by Ellison Bros., Jan.lit.
W. A. Dodds. 18o
Mrs. R. M. Isler has returned from
a visit to her sister, Mrs. James Rog
er, at Paducah.
Born, on Wednesday morning, Oct.
13th, to the wife of Charllo Isbell,
an eleven pound boy.
Tho three-weeks-old baby girl of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Craig, of Sassa
fras Uldgo, died last night.
Misses Nota and Thelma Iladen,
of Newborn, Tenn. ,are spending tho
week with Mrs. C. S .Patterson .
The Daughters of the Confederacy
were entertained Tuesday afternoon
at tho homo of Mrs. T. A. Ledford.
Mr. and Mrs. John Coon, residing
at the home of W. J. Thomas, lost
their baby boy last night. Ago ono
Mlsa Ltzzlo Ambers la expecting
Mrs. Lizzie Lowe and baby from
Paragould tho latter part of this
week to visit her.
Miss Anton, ot Memphis, tho lady
who is to put on "Tho Jayvlllo Junc
tion" for tho Presbyterian Church,
arrived hero Wednesday.
T. P. Fortune, of Memphis, was
hero a few days this week to at
tend the DoBow-Helm wedding and
visit his sister, Mrs. J. K. Fuqua, and
T. F. Denton has purchased tho
restaurant owned by J. R. Arn,
formerly run by W. R. King. Ha
will continue tho business iu ltspres
Mrs. George II. Grclgor, wlfo ot
the Rev. Grelger, of tho Episcopal
Church, has been quite sick. Tho
doctors decided that she was ill
II. Tyler Dealo has beou appoint
ed as a delegate from Hickman
Lodge. 761 A. P. & A. M., to a
meeting ot tho Grand Lodgo at Louis
ville, convening Monday.
Tho Clay T. Vnnco Co., played tho
"Flual Settlement" at tho Lyric,
last night. It Is doubtful It a butter
show was ever seen in Hickman. It
was high class, clean and every mum
bur ot tho company an artist.
The Southern Heights improvement
goes merrily on. A largo forco ot
men are bulldlug coucreto walks this
week. The bridge contract culls for
its completion on or before Dec. 1,
and the company's representative
thinks they will havo it flulshed by