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THE HieKMftN COURIER.
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HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1000.
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cd the railing of a fund
f t the purpoio of ad
e newspapers and maga
let and othorwlie, tbe
unco of St. Louis. Ien-
rl a fund of $100,000
red In conernl adver-
laying of lecturcra to
i H'li of tbe country
-1 views allowing pie-
".sMea of Colorado.
n of Kanaai City re-
ri a campaign to call
i -p world to the great
' a1 town and tho trlb-
In Kantaa City algn
I freely to tell of tho
' at Knntaa City posies
' aro not pouoascd by
', he vlaltor to the town
j lv the Information con
' m theie altn boarda.
:: c'a'ementa as "Do you
s ara cheaper ta Kan
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r la cheaper In Kan
' Minneapolis." Otlier
'-' by comparlaon that
-and dollara of valua-
in Kanaaa City than In
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n thn city
. employed la the use
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r. .antage the country
i her cities In differ-
) ''at this plan of adrcr-.-
ir.rut puccestfulty fol
'' tnterpiialng men of
- ",e imaller towns where
g-eat opportunities for
K advertising to tho poo-
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P. M. CARli.
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Delightful News- For The Man
Who Wants a New Suit
"Delightful" is a strange word to-.'iise in a clothes advertisement. But
there is no other word we know Ithat will so fully express the pleasure
this announcement will bring to
me man wxiu wciiiLS iu cu uic
&s clothes value for his money
Backed bij Tbe Royal Tailor Guarantee
We announce to the Young Men of thi3
town that the famous tailoring service offered
by The Royal Tailors of Chicago and New
York can now be had at this store.
That tailoring service will put on your
back the finest custom-made, hand-tailored suit
that the best tailors in the world can make.
and will do it at an actual money
saving over the prices you usually pay for
factory-made clothes I
You have seen The Royal Tailors'
clothes advertised in all the magazines. Where
ever good clothes are worn, those famous tail
ors are known and patronized.
Now you can get their skill and genius
into your wardrobe. Now you can know what
it means to have stitched into your own clothes
the style and refinement that a city tailor can
And you will save money as well as
gain clothes satisfaction.
We have now on display 500 beautiful clothes Samples the latest innovations in Fall and Winter pattern; now
ready for your inspection. Many of these patterns are exclusively for The Royal Tailors and will give you a range of
choice you cannot get- in any local tailor shop in town. Every garment is sold under this absolute guarantee: "If this
garment does not satisfy you in every respect, you need not accept it or pay one penny for it."
But that isn't all. Every Royal garment is All Pure Wool guaranteed to be Wool, and that alone.
Can you afford to accept "hand-me-down" clothes, mercerized cotton clothes, uncertain, unguaranteed clothes,
when a guarantee, such as this, can be had with your Fall suit ? You wrong yourself, if you do not at least, pay us a
-all before closing your Fall purchase. Royal Prices will be as satisfactory to you as Royal Clothes.
Ellison B r o s.,
According to a BclonlUt, tho world ,
la going to change Ita shnpo In a,
fow weeks or months, flattening pre-;
ceptlbly at tho poles, and rendering j
tho cllniato so cold lu tho northern
purts that tho present torrid zono j
will alono have to support tho peo
ple now on earth. Other dlro dis
asters, such as earthquakes such as
tho eurtli haa never known, tidal
wuvea that will sweep much of the.
continent, a gradual failure of the I
crop-i from tho Increasing cold, u'
sinking down of the entlro Mississippi
alley until It is agulu a part of tho
Oulf of Mexico, all these aro part of
his dlro prophecy,
A good joko on an editor who
wont ouo. ovenlng to report a
party at a homo recently blessed with
a now baby. Ho met his hostess at
tho door, and after tho usual salutu
tlon ho aBked after tho babys health
Tho lady who was quite deaf and sut
ferlng with the grlpp thought ho whs
asking after her cold, and answered
although shu usually had ono over)
wintor this was tho worst one she
over had; It kept her awake at night
a good deal nnd at first confined her
to bed. Then noticing tho nowspap
per man was getting nervous bIk
said alio could tell by his looks that
ho was going to havo one Just like
hers, and asked him to go in and sit
At St. Louts, fifteen thousand on
thuslustlc and curious persons Sun
day, tried to board four tiny torpedo
boats at tha samo time. Tho bouts
wouldn't hold them and part of the
overflow, numbering 1S3, wero pushed
into tho Mississippi, to bo drawn
ashore by police, Bailors and others.
Many wero trampled umlor foot wheti
i wo squads of police reserves charged
i ho crowds to drive them back from
ho boats. Scores of women falmod.
Those wero carried into tho wharf
boat at tho lauding. Tho police, as
it last resort, began to thump heads
with tholr canes and tho executive
officers of tho fleet ordered tho boats
rlosed to the public.
Chas. Powell, a Slkestou barber
charged with rape, has skipped out,
and his bondsmen will havo to put
up. Howards will bo offered for tho
arrest of Powell by the state and
J. II. Jones and wife and Jno. Mc
Clollan und wlfo returned Krlday
from St. Louis, whero thoy attended
the big Centennial celebration. They
had tho pleasure of seeing Dr. Cook
and hearing his North Polo lecture
that Is hearing a part of what ho said.
Ills lecturo was a disappointment.
Dr. Cook has a weak volco and could
not bo heard by many who were on
the stage with him. He read his lec
turo, which was made up from tho
articles that ran through tho Herald's
syndlcato of -ally papers In twelve
Installments. Ho was tho object of
boisterous hero-worship whereover bo
Mr. Halnoy, Sr., of Humboldt, Tenn
pent Suuday with his sou, Kent, in
Saturday a pcachorlne.
Twelve days 'til wo aeo Taft.
MIsa Itoso Campbell returned Mon
day from St. Louis, where she attend
ed the Veiled Prophets and Centen
nial. James Dunch and Miss Dcsslo Gills
were happily married In this city at
Esq Sacra's court this week on Wed
nesday. Union City Commercial.
Harold DcDow camo up from Leban
on, Tenn., Friday, whero ho Is at
tending school, to bo present at tho
marriage of his sister, Miss Ivey De-
Tho fragrance of flowers strewn
upon tho casket may rise with tho
spirit to hcavon, but to tho llfolean
clay about to bo returned to Mother
Earth their beauty can not atone for
neglect suffered during living hours.
FASHION NOTE. Ladles' hats are
still worn largo and prices high. Hus
bands will be found peeping at tho
pulpit and stage and wearing plain
clothes and a chastened countenanco,
and looking lean about the Docket
Negro roustabouts on the MIss'tssin-
pi river steamboats who are- offered
$75 per month and board refuse to
work unless pay Is Increased to $100
per month and board. The boats are
all running with short crows In con
Sudo Nalfeh has purchased the
house, in which ho has resided for
some time, from S. L. Dodds, and Is
now engaged In making a number of
Improvements. The purchase prico
was about 2,300, and tho improve
ments will cost him about $750.
Judge J. W. Cowglll has been se
lected as a member of tho Board of
Education, taking the placo of S. L.
Dodds who was duly elected but re
fused to serve. Mr. Dodds was elect
ed by his friends In spite of his an
nouncement that ho did not want tho
The advertising committee of the
Taft Day exercises had a big order
of booster envelopes printed this
week. The Job is done in two colors,
and contains a picture of Pres. Taft
and names tho chief features of tho
day. These may be had free of chargo
by applying to Dr. L. P. Baltrer of F.
Deal's Band, of Paducah, has boen
engageu to furnish music for Hick
man's big day, Oct. 26th. This is ono
of the best bands In tho state, and tbe
bandmaster promises to give us any
thing from "How Firm a Founda
tion" to "Tho Irish Wash Woman,"
at tho comlttee's pleasure. They will
cost for tho day $160,
It Is again stated upon what seems
reliable authority that Charles M.
Smith and son, Charles, and the
others who were sent up for peonage,
from Slkeston, aro soon to havo a
pardon from President Taft. Numer
ous petitions, it Is said, have caused
tho case to be roopenod, and tho tui
thorltles Boom to think the ends of
justice havo been met by tho parties.
C JAT TO HICKMAN.
The suggestion has been made that
if Cairo cannot fill out a boat for the
Presidential parade to Now Orleans,
that she can at least charter a boat
for the trip with tho president as far
President Taft speaks at Hickman
the Bauio day that' be speaks at Cairo.
A bout decorated and playcarded to
show Cairo's interest In tho water
ways movement could bo loaded down
with Calroltcs for tho trip. Tho boat
could Join tho procession to Hickman
wituosa tho demonstration thoro and
then return after It Is over. Such a
trip would not cost much, would not'
take any amount of time and would
show Cairo's interest lu tho move
ment. Cairo Citlzeu.