Newspaper Page Text
Tb U I MMll"' ,",,,,Cl
A II Licet
r niuw -
r , .tJmllolMKI.irlct
Fkank S. Moore
Circuit Court Clerk.
j, w. MORRIS
MLS DORA SMITH
i .'AS. BEADLES
JAS W. ROKET
County Court Clerk:
r t. RorER
, HAS HOOHOM
For County Judge.
JAMES II SAUNDERS
W r OUKEMORE
Do You Carry
J.st think what you would
lire in cue your property should
fo cp in i-nike, when If you ear
ned i policy In cne of my com
puiti y: j Tould have lometning
tottirtb with again.
Don't put this matter off or
ro-j ciy be too late.
R, T. TYLER, Agent.
Roonjs and Board
.v-vtu WttlU til
Reasonable Rates 1!
If you wish to have your
prescriptions filled Qlck
ty and Accurately by
take them to.
runs lighter than any
laiti longer than any
is more beautiful than
na leas vitratioa
than any oth
easier to operate
than any other.
manes a more perfect
cn than any other.
"the test of all com
bined in one.
5fWC MACHINE CO.
Cowgill's Drug Store
where you may' get your
Drug wants at
DAY OR NIGHT
Gowgili's Drag store
lllckmnn, Ky., Oct. i, 1909.
Council met In regular session.
Present Mnyor Dillon, CouncIImcn
8chlenker, Dottemwortli, dray, Sway
no, Dodds and Lcdford.
Minutes of last meeting wcro read,
and put on motion, approved and
Tlio following accounts wcro pre
sented, properly approved, and on
motion allowed and checks ordered
Issued for amounts:
J. II. I'rovow, building water
trough S 2.00'
J. II. llrndborry, street work 127.G0
F. & SI. Dank, assigned city
Hall Chairs 71.23
Dillon & Cox, Improvements
on City Hall C6.00
II. Ico & Coal Co., streetlights
and Ico 2C.2&
Hickman Drug Co., mdso. City
Hunilker & Son, blacksmith-
Halllo Thomas, work streets 3.00
V. A. Dodds, material for
H. L. a ray, blacksmlthlng.. 10.80
Hickman Concrete Co., con-
crcto work C0C.77
J. A. Noonon, dieting prison
Tom Dillon, Jr., street work
(acc't filed) 2t5.CS
Tom Dillon, Jr., miscellaneous
Ilcport of City Treasurer for Sept.
General Fund Account
To balanco per Aug. report J1G39.3S
To amt. reed, of H. C. Helm 99.95
To amt. reed. Tom Dillon 531.10
Ily checks paid during Sept. 1872.51
Hal. to credit this acct S 300.72
Water and Light Bond Account.
To bal. per Aug. report I1C04.73
To amt reed. Tom Dillon, Jr 453.05
Uy Int paid on bonds 720.00
Hal. to credit this acct. 1337.78
City Hall Account
To bal. per Aug. report I 4.41
To amt reed. Tom Dillon, Sr 25.25
To amt. reed. H. C. Helm 7.C0
Ily check during Sept
To amt. overdrawn I 234.17
V. C. Johnson, City Treas.
Ilcport of City Marshal for Sept.,
Taxes collected during Septf 792.C5
Fines collected during Sept 194.50
I hold Treas's. receipts for S 987.15
Tom Dillon, Jr., C. M.
Tho Clerk reported that ho had ex
ecuted Uio following cemetery deeds
and that ho hold Supt. Dillon's re
ceipts in payment for Bamo, to-wlt:
aeorgo Edmonds, for west halt of
lot No. 220 In city Cemetery, site of
halt lot 20x20 ft., balanco considera
tion S 14.00
N. J, Co rum, for west half of lot
2C2 in City Cemetery, slzo of half
lot 20x20 ft, consideration 132.00.
On motion tho following reports
wuro received, ordered spread upon
tho records, published and filed.
On motion tho Mayor was Instruct
ed to loan 1500.00 out of tho Wuter
and Light Uond Account for a term
of 5 years, at G per cent. Interest, in
terest payable annually, secured by
first mortgago ou real estate.
On motion all license privileges
wcro turned over to tho Finance
Committee of tho Taft Celebration on
Oct 20, 1909.
On motion, Couucll adjourned.
Attest: II. O. HELM,
NOTICE TO VOTERS.
To the voters of Fulton County!
as I hovo been very busy this fall
nttnndlng to tho duties of my offico
I haven't had tho opportunity to can
vass tho county and ask you for your
support, In tho coming Novombor
election. I mado n canvass of tho
county last year nnd don't think It
right to neglect tho duties of my of
fico to mako another canvass, I ask
you publicly to go to tho polls on
tho 2nd day of November and cast
your vote for mo. Thanking you for
past favors, I remain your most
W. A. Naylor,
Judgo Fulton Co. Court,
It's a good thing for this town that
our men havo a chanco to wear such
clothes as Hart Bchaffner & Marx
mako. Smith & Ambcrg aro selling
lots of them.
Tho marrlago of Miss Edna Smith
and J. L. Moore, of this city, Sunday
nftcrnoon, enmo as quite a surprlso
to the friends of tho contracting
In company with Miss Magglo Hen
ry nnd Irvln Fnulks tho couplo drovo
lo tho rcsldcnco of Esq. Ilruor, of Ob
Inii county, for tho purpose of having
tho worthy magistrate act as master
of ceremonies, but upon their arrival,
they learned that ho was away from
home. Since love laughs at lock
smiths and mounts every harrier,
they soon hnd Iter. Mctheny on the
sceuo and ho proceeded to mako them
man and wife.
Tho bride Is a daughtcro of C. F.
Smith, the pns engine manufacturer,
and resided with her parents in West
lllckmnn. fit-sides being ono of the
most charming and scnslblo young
ladles of tho city, she has a host of
friends In her social circles.
Mr. Mooro Is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. II. Moore, nlso of tills city, and
Is well known to most of our read
ers, having looked after tho wants of
our people In the paint nnd papering
lino for a number of years. Ho Is a
hustler and well liked by his many
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED.
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of tho car.
Thoro is only one way to' euro deaf
ness, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
Inflamed condlUon of tho mucous lin
ing of tho Eustachian Tube. When
this tubo Is Inflamed you havo a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing,
and when It Is enUrcly closed, Deaf
ness is tho result an I unless tho In
tlamaUon can bo takon out and this
tubo restored to Its normal condition.
hearing will bo destroyed forover;
nino cases out of ton aro caused by
Catarrh, which is nothing but an In
flamed condition of- tho mucous sur
Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars
for any caso of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot bo cured by
Hall's Catarrh Curo. Send for circu
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Tolodo.O.
Sold by druggists, 76c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
COMING TO HICKMAN.
Speaking ot tho railroad proposi
tion, tho Lako county Nows says:
Tho Dyorsburg Northern railroad
extends from Dyorsburg, Dyer coun
ty, to Tiptonvllle, Lake county, Ib 31
miles In length, and passes through
tho towns ot Flnloy, Lenox, Hudson.
Mlnok nnd Kldgley. It. M. Hall has
been president and general manager,
while Mr. Latta has been vico-prcsl-dent
and Mr. Hlco tho claim agent.
Two passenger trains havo bocu oper
ated dally, besides tho equal number
of freight trains, and It Is said that
tho road has been remunerative from
tho start. It 1b sated that tho now
owners will extend tho lino to Hick-
mau, Ky., about fifty miles further,
will put In now rolling stock and
greatly Improvo the roadbed.
Invitations havo been Issued to tho
wedding of Miss Lillian Leech, of
Ingo, to Mr. Horton Urooks Porter,
Hlllsboro, Texas, to bo solemnized
tho homo of tho brldo's parents,
Wednesday afternoon, Nov, 7.
Miss Leech Is aulto an attractive
young woman and very popular In ho
homo town. Sho has hosts or rrlonus
Hickman where she often visits
tho family of D. 11. Wilson,
Mrs. A. O. Caruthors returned from
Nashville last week, where she has
been in a hospital for sovoral months
celving treatment for paralysis or
the limbs. Sho is thought to be some
Shoes Now at
We have on hand a big stock of Peters Diamond
Brand Shoes, including up-to-date styles. We handle no
other brand but Peters.
We have now put on our tables a big line of these
shoes in mens, ladies, misses and childrens, on all of
which the price has been cut. This will enable you to
buy your shoes for all your family for fall at a great sav
ing in price.
Look at these prices, all of which will be found on
these tables today.
Child's Kid Shoes, "Wonder" and "Ruth" cut from 85 to 65C
Ladies Box Calf and Vici Black Diamond and Sparkler cut to t 75
Childs' Vici and Box Calf, worth 1.25. cut to
Child's fine Kid Shoes "Beauty" cut from SI to.
Misses fine 1.75 Vici and Box Calf cut to
Misses Box Calf, Kangaroo Calf and Vici cut to
Misses Vici Blucher "Weatherford" cut to
Misses Fine Patent Buttons, cut from $2 to
Ladies Kang. Calf and Vici cut to
Ladies Patent Foxed Bluchers cut to.
Ladies Par Excellence and Diamond Special, O AO
finest $4 and $3.50 shoes cut to LfVO
Mens fine tan and black box calf and vici, cut from 3.50 to 275
Mens finest Patent Leather and Button Blucher cut from $6 and $5 to 350
Mens Diamond Special, patent colt, gun metal and vici, cut to 350
Mens 18 Carat gun metal and patent colt cut to 300
Mens Black Diamond, box calf, gun metal and vici cut to.
Boys Black Diamond, gun metal and vici cut to
The Most Remarkable Value
Giving in Mens and Boys Clothes
You Ever Heard of.
Suits that were made to sell at $12.50,815
and $16.50. Materials from which they are
made is strictly first-class. Every garment is
well made and strong. You can't equal them
anywhere for double the price. We $5.50
give choice of any coat and vest for
You Can Now Buy Pants for Fall
Wear at Less than Half Price.
We have a big line of these and are mak
ing the most astounding reductions.
Pants up to 1.75 cut to 1.00
Pants up to 3.00 cut to 1.50
Pants up to $4 and $5 cut to 2.50
And You Can Buy Childs Suits at
Prices Almost Like Giving Away.
Childs Suits up to 1.75 cut to 1.00
Childs Suits up to 3.00 cut to 1.50
Childs Suits up to 5 and $6 2.50
Ladies and Misses Long Cloaks at
Just About Half Price.
We offer our entire line of Ladies and
Misses garmeuts at prices abcut one half.
One lot of Ladies Garments, fine cloth that
sold up to $10 and $12 we offer at 1.50
Buy Your Towels, Linens, Crash,
Table Cloths, Napkins at Cut Prices.
We show an unusually good line of all
these items, and have made some most inter
esting prices on the entire stock, which means
a great money-saving opportunity for you. We
can only mention a few items, but remember we
have very many other equally as good.
$1 white Table Linen, very wide 85c
85c Table Linens for 75c
35c white Table Linen for 29c
35c Red Toble Linen for 25c
50c Buff Toble Linen for 39c
75c Tabic Napkins for 59c
2.50 Table Napkins, very large size 1-75
3.00 Table Napkins 2.40
Bleached Turkish Towels. 10 & 25c
$2 white Counterpanes 1 48
1.25 White Counterpanes 98c
These Ladies Skirts and Underskirts
Are Excellent Values at Cut Prices.
We show a big line of these items, in a
good range of styles and all colors. The cut
prices ou these are remarkable.
$10 Ladies Skirts for 6.98
7.50 Ladies Skirts for 49
2.50 Heatherbloom Underskirts for 1.98
1.75 Satin Underskirts for 125
Dress Goods, Blankets, Comforts,
Trunks, Valises, &c. all at Cut Prices.
Make our store your headquarters
Oct. 2Cth. Homo Fur. Co. I