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The Hickman Hardware Co,
Uipii's Lois !
G. B. Bond's Addition
to West Hickman
The best located and Cheap
est propert you can buy.
Will make EASY TERMS. Lots
sold to WHITE PEOPLE ONLY.
Olil ilSee me at theM.
G. B. Bond.
GREAT STATESMAN DEAD.
Senator William Lindsay formerly
of Hickman, died Friday morning at
lila homo In Frankfort, after an Ill
ness lasting nearly three months
Senator Lindsay was conscious until
a few minutes before the end came
Ho had been in a dying condition
for orcein week, and the end had
had been, expected at any moment,
only his remarkable vitality keeping
him nlivo. His wife, his daughter.
Mrs. Suter, of Cincinnati, and his
brothers, Charles Lindsay, of Virgin
la, and Druce Lindsay, of Clinton,
Ky., were at the bodsido when death
Senator Lindsay bad been confined
to tho house for practically three
raouthg, and for tho past month has
been unnblo to get out of bed.
Several days ago, realizing that tho
end was near, he expressed a wish to
Join the Presbyterian church, and his
deslio wns granted at once.
Sketch of Hit Career.
William Lindsay was a natlvo of
Virginia. Ho was born In Rock
bridge county on September 4, 1835,
and waa a aclon of ono of tho oldest
and most distinguished families of
the "Old Dominion" stato.
On October 6, 1809, Andrew Llnd
say, tbo father of Judge Lindsay, was
bora in Kockbrldgo county, being tho
fifth child and the third son In a fain
ily of nine children. He, too, follow
ed agrarian pursuits and In 1834 mar
ried Miss Salllo Gilmoro Davidson, a
daughter of a prominent Scotch-Irish
family that bad movo to Virginia in
1745 Mrs. Lindsay died In 1845, and
some years later Mr. Lindsay mar
ried Miss Mary Gilmoro. Four chil
dren were born of each union, the
oldest of all being William Lindsay.
The second, Warren Lindsay died in
this city nlno years ago ond waa at
the time of bis death County Attorno
of thla county his term being finish
ed out by Judge II. F. Remloy.
ONLY LIVE HARDWARE STORE
that you will ever see. We've got the goods, and the prices are right.
MAKE THIS PLACE HEADQUARTERS
Went to Lexington.
After graduating from tho High
school of Lexington, Va., the young
man b?camo a law student and mov
ed to Hickman, Ky., where ho con
tinue! the study of law under Judgo
Edward Crossland, of Clinton. He
was admitted to tho bar In 1858.
Ho was Just beginning to build up
a paying practlco in Hickman when
the civil war broke out. Ho enlisted
In tho Confederate army as a prlvato
In May, 18C1, but meritorious conduct
soon won him recognition and he
was made lieutenant of Co. D. Twenty-second
Tenncsseo Infantry. Within
a short time ho was promoted again,
this tlmo to tho rank of captain. Ho
led his men In tho battle of liclmont.
Mo., and Shiloh, making a record for
bravery in each battle.
Practiced at Hickman.
Wben tho war was over ho return
ed tn Hickman and resumed the prac
tlco of law. In August, 18C7, ho was
elected to represent tho counties of
Fulton, Hickman and Graves In tho
state senate, serving ono term. In
1870 ho was elected to a Judgeship on
tho Appellato bench, whero ho serv
ed until 1878. During tho last two
years of his term ho was chief Jus
tice of tho court. Judge Lindsay
then decided to retire to prlvnto life,
declining a re-election. However, In
1889, ho was Induced to re-enter poli
tics, and was elected to tho stato
senate from Anderson, Mercer and
Franklin counties. In 1891 ho was
appointed a member-nt-large of the
World's Columbian Exposition, serv
ing until February, 1893, when he re
signed. In 1892 he was offered nn
appointment on the Interstate Com
merce Commission, but this ho de
clined. When John G. Carlisle resigned his
seat In the United Statees Senato In
1893 to assume bo position' of aocro
tary of the treasury in tho cablnot
of President Cleveland, Judge Llnd
say was chosen by tho Kentucky leg'
Islaturo to fill out tho unexpired
term and in January, 1894, he was
re-elected for a full term to that of
Inl883 Judgo Lindsay married Miss
Eleanor Holmes, who survives him.
Judge Lindsay was recognized as
one of tbo ablest statesmen and law
yers in Kentucky and for a number
of years was leader of tbo democra
cy of tho nation. Ho was one of tho
most capable Jurists that has occu
pied the highest Judicial position In
tho biato. His courso was marked
by unit unswerving fidelity to duty
and a full appreciation of tho respou-
slbllllty that rested upon him. He
wroto the opinion of tho caso of tho
Commonwealth vs. Hawes, which in
volved the Question of extradition
and tho construction of tbo treaty
on that subject between Great llrlUiln
and tho United States.
It Will Probably Be The
Seven Choice West
At a bargain. Will sell
singly or as a whole.
8he I believe I saw Capt. Carpoozor
on tho Leas this morning.
He Don't think so. I heard he'
Just left for India.
She I think it was he. He was go
ing Into the bar of tho Waldorf.
Ho Aw r well p'baps you're
HARD TO UNDERSTAND.
A very strango Incident happened
nt Rushvlllc, Neb., a fow days ago,
when a man walked Into the office
of tho UushvIIlo Standard and In
payment for two subscriptions, hand
cd tho editor a $50 bill and tho edit
or reached down In his pocket and
handed him $48. Of courso that was
tho correct change, but what causes
us to think tho Incident so strange,
Is, whore did tho editor of a country
newspaper get tho $487
Hlckmnn will bo great for one hour
at least, in her placid history. In
ovory newspaper In the United States
will appear the name of Hickman,
October 27. Tho president will bo
thero and so will all of, for as goes
tho old saying, a cat may look at a
king. Fulton Leader.
Hut, Guy, entertaining a president
Is no great undertaking for a town
llko Hickman. ,
Subscribo today, $1 a year.
LOOKED VERY LIKELY.
EDWARD KIRKINDALL DIES.
Mr Edward Klrktndall died Sudden
ly nt the home of George Schaffer
on St. James llayou, Monday night
of heart failure. Tho body was
brought hero Tuesday afternoon and
after funeral service nt tho Christian
church conducted by Rov. II. II. Am
brose, tho remains wero Interred In
tho Woodmen cemetery at cloven
o'clofk Wednesday morning.
Mr. Klrklndali was born In Cleve
land, 0., Fob. 2. 1839. At an early
age ho was bound out as an apprent
ice to a blacksmith nnd at the age
of 17 moved to Muscatine, Iowa.
He was married to Miss Miranda
Hiker and to this union four sons
wero born. Left a widower for many
years ho married again several yearn
ago. Ho came to Missouri In 1890,
and during the last five years ho had
lived In East Pralrio.
Ho was onorgetlc and notwlthstand
Ing his three scoro and ten years, was
very active. Ho was visiting a friend
on James llayou, and his son Fred
had gone thuro to return home with
him. They had retired for tho night
and were talking when he suddenly
gasped for breath. Ills son raised
lilm up nnd called for help, but tho
spirit had flown.
Ho wan a member of the M. E
church, North. He leaves a widow
nnd four sons: J. I... of Hickman
Ky., Wm. K.. of lllrno, Mo., nnd
Shas. S. and Fred, of East Prairie
The Eagle Joins the many friends
of tho family In sympathy for those
bereaved. East PrairIo(Mo.) Eagle
Mr. Klrklndali our well known fol
olw-townsman, has many friends hero
who will learn of his berenvument
with deepest regret.
Now, that flying machines have
been Invented, they will bo Improved
from time to tlmo, nnd automobiles
will only be used by old fashioned
people who aro not ambitious to get
up In the world.
FOR RENT: My building, now
occupied by Ellison Bros., Jsn.lst.
W. A. Dodds. 18o
"WUZ YOU AWAKE7"
i small nansas boy was onco
called In to view his now born baby
brother. Ho looked It over with dis
satisfaction, and finally asked: "Ma
ma, where did this thing como from?'
An angel brought it, Jlmmle."
"Wuz you awake when ho cuuiu?"
"Certainly, Jlminlo," "Well, then,
mamma, all that 1 havo to say Is that
you aro dead easy. I'd llko to seo
any old angel put off such a looking
thing on mo. Hut I reckon we aro
stuck unless I can work Johnny
Green to trade it sight unseen for
ono of his spotted pups."
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
A small boy threw a rock snd hit
Jeremiah Plowden of Cleveland on
the boulevard last Thursday. When
a man has a bruited boulevard he Is
spt to suffer for several weeks.
A Mllford (O.) paper ttlls us thai
Henry Slimoro was hold up by two
footpads who hit him with n sandbag
In the neighborhood of the pump ta
tton. Wo suppose Honry Is using an
artificial pumping system during his
Mrs. Elijah Hcottleby of Duluth ad
vertises for a capable woman who has
no objections to scrubbing tho floors
with a Chinaman, Mrs. Scottleby
runs a small hotel, but that seems' to
be no rcaron for making a mop of tho
Mr. William Hlnkle of Pcatsboro,
Tcnn., was putting a shirt over his
head last Sunday, prior to going to
church, a pet dog belonging to tho
family rushed in and bit him eight
times between tho chiffonier and the
Mrs. Tcsste Truelove of Paw Paw,
Mich, threw the scissors at n chicken
one day recently and struck her hus
band In tho strawberry patch. Per
haps this means the strawberry
While Asabcl Purllght of Danforth.
Kan., was breaking a mule tho animal
grew fractious and kicked hkn
through a window. Mr. Purllght will
doubtless havo the window protected
by steel gratings hereafter, nnd koep
away from It at that. When a mulo
begins reaching through windows to
kick people It Is high tlmo that the
brute was hoppled.
That Five Feet.
Five ft or books, they tell us now
Will give to any men
A noble and clasale brow
Ana a cholaallo scan.
Hut thorn la J.r.mlah Snooks
Who ought to have a cinch.
He hat nv thousand fret Of bo aid-
Ann never reads an Inchl
FOR SALE: Ono of tho best cor
ner lots In Hickman now occupied
by J. R. Ilrown's mill; also a good
combined storo and residence. Tho
rcsldenco has about 8 rooms. Lot
Is 22x100 foot. Will soil worth tho
mqnoy, Call at Hickman Courlor of-
Ice Coupon Books charged to ac
count will bo at tha face value. No
discount, allowed only for cash.
Hlckm&a Ice Coal Co.
320 Acres of Fine
Well loraled, behind the
levee Ho better land in lie
bottom for coH:a, corn arJ il
filfa, Cleared land thu ye
will brine $12 ;0 to $15 00 u
acre. Will mike termi eiir
J. C. Hawkins U K '. i-s "
well wun ma m -
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ho hlmaeir nas ir
ueauii una io r"
Ing mnfuied lo bod
F. L. Clark kmc i"
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W 1 1'A III - - - -
an effort to urocur- a w
lloynca of Tlptonv.dc Tbe vp
far has reiusea 10 .-
School Is mown on ... -
under llio uirvcnuu
vet t.o attendance 13 nodll' '
ton picking, as usual
Th..r.. U IinlhlniC Of tprtlil Uir
...,n.m at. tbe prvstftt
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Cotton Is bringing
which lJ a very good price
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found dead ce
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who, found. Mr