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THE HICKMAN eORIER.
A BLUR MARK HKRE
mean thM your tilc
erlptton h niplrrd.
IWnaw promptly if yon
want the pap"- to ernni
to jou sftwr thu month
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,t PiPr. IH WE8TERH KEHTnOKT .nillUVlAN, fULlUIN L.UUIN 1 I, NtlULM, 1HUKMJAY, UUIUBLK 1WUW. E8TABU8HED IH THE TEAR INtaO
Third MnstiterIM DUtrlct
A. ,11. Lekt
,,;Ay 11 tlio dar that ovcry
M Democrat In Fulton
j.l turn out nnil provo his
unltr 1 3 l"irtjr
. c": W nonnimvB nun .11.1"
j -V. ii.- fight will bo botweon
A.V"t3 " 11 "hoU,d bo
.'-a , 1 r .ot be chanced that all
1 ' nrn indcDcndenta nor
1, i.j - -
ji, r 1 ;J ones nominees. Thoy
r5. . wM In tho primary and
, tDC lomocratlc nominees
i3 3 tMk part In tho primary.
k, ' I .'. URCU million 10 uu au
ve . n.J l.1 mill t lu " uv"1 "
cf tht party lo tny out of
,,. r: irr, and believing tho uc
k:i J ti! fariy greater than tho
- c! i i,y 0110 man, pieuguu our
.. 1 Vi iruo Democrat will vlo-
uur t who aro ruiinintt inuo-
I .1... iMnwItitf
T hate to copo wlUi tho
ffi. 1 ion JUit what tho
. i - rf.i u'llt tin will lin imtt
ia.-i " i
k;,n t it week.
nt t.:n jut next Tueday and
rcJ u? t:- c. l Cimo majority. If you
in 1 p , ar man, voto for tho noni-
:. .1 j-u tr for tlio Independent
a l II... ...I. .
1 j-J do, come out and tote.
S.Kif ! ffcm'n, at Uio' poitof
la t-.a i.'r iitil itirrlco cxamlnu.
;i L J f r 'he purpose of get
, : . i J r ute carrlora for Kul
i i.i. Ono mau ueod-
i ( lako tho placo of
1 , jji i-tgued.
1 took the oxiun
i, 1 1 Mia various parta of
1 1 llolmva.
. Ji'iton. .1 .
u II Norman
M I ' r.ox. f
1 Mi Kinney.
' . k
1 'ion w'ait held of courao
1 1 B'M hero" for tho pur-
fc: tKo applicant making tho
- . -kh In thulr uxnmlna-
' 'H L awarded tho places.
FIRE IN WEST HICKMAN.
r i vrd a three-room bouso
13 II. kuan. Friday, nfturnoon.
Tt' I k- wa occupied by Mrs.
1!-" - ' a widow, who loat all tier
Ik- h:.d 1; ;ods In fact, everything
Izi rx- jit the clothes ulio wore.
1 rg with matches caused
t- '--'ai-a'lou y tho efforts of
'1! el Uox Company's efficient
'ir' t : i. apparatus, other houses
ttl 'i- M ugi-l lumber yard woro
w" 1 T. - rcsldeiico which burned
4 to A Uodds und was In-
rint Judicial DUtrlct
Frank S. Moore
Circuit Court Clerk.
J. W. MORRIS
MISS DORA SMITH
W. A. IIATLOR
JAS. W. RONET
County Court Cleric
S. T. ROPER
For County Judge.
JAMES II. SAUNDERS
W. P. BLAKEMORE
JUDGE BUQQ ILL.
Although Judgo It. J. Ilugg occu.
pled tho bench during circuit court
at llardwell last week, It Is said that
ho may not bo able to holdcourt
when ft convenes In Mayflcld on No
vember 8. The .recent Illness of
Judgo Uugg has mado a tcrrlblo
ahaugo. llesldps being weak In body
his voice Is not strong enough for
lilm to bo heard at any distance. Ills
friends havo becomo alarmed over
his condition and they say that ho
Is now In no condition physically to
hold court although ho Is making ef
forts to perform his duties. There
seems to havo been a general break
down In his condition and It Is not
known tvhnt tho direct causo Is.
When tho government establishes
postal savings banks. If it does, In
tho postofflccs, what Is to hinder tho
postmasters from dabbling In high
finance tho same ns Morso nnd
Walsh did! Don't tho postmasters
In tho cities and big towns havo
about all they can do, nnyhow, to
look nttor their postofflccs.
'See how it looks
The Argyle has
pleased the eye ns well
as the foot of many
It's only one of many
wo are displaying for
$4.00 $4.50 $5.00
Cp)iijht 1909 by Hirt ctullncr U Marx
YOU may have found "the chase" for good clothes diffcult, disappointing; a
false start, perhaps, or the wrong scent picked up ; you think youVe found
the right thing at last, and buy it. You may find yourself mistaken ; cotton-
mixed fabrics, fit wrong, bad tailoring that doesn t stay in shape ; you r likely to get
any one of a dozen things you dont want. If you'll come to us you'll, find.our-
Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes
are the right thing; when you strike that trail you can go as hard as you please;
you'll finish in front; you'll get the prize.
This store is the place ; we have plenty of these famous clothes to show you.
Suits from $20 to $25 ; overcoats from $1 9 to $25.
This store is the home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes.
SMITH & AM BERG
THE MARKET REPORTS.
Tho editor was busy when he was
asked: "How aro tho markots?"
Tho man was referred to tho office
devil, who looked wlso and Bald:
"Young men, unsteady; girls lively
ami In demand; papas, -firm, but de
clining; mamas, unsettled, waiting
for higher bids; coffee, considerably
mixed; fresh fish, active and sllpcry,
eggs, quiet, but expected to open
soon; whiskey, still going down; on
ions, strong; yeast, rising; bread
stuff, heavy; boots nnd shoes, tliMo
on tho market aro Bold and coustantl
going up and down; hats and caps,
not so high as last year, excepting
foolscap, which is stationery; tobac
co, very low and has a downward
tendency; Bllver, close, but not clofe
enough to got hold of."
Alex. McFurlnnd has been captured
at Catlettsburg und will bo tried fer
a murder committed twenty-two years
Gov. Wlllson has ono or moro com
panies of soldiers under marching or
ders to go on duty should thero bu
a furihor outbreak of lawlessness In
tho Uurlety district. Tho governor
will call out troops tho moment tb
Tho Democrat at l'aducah roporU
this marrlago llconso: "A. 1j. Cun
nlnghaui, 31, of this city, and l'oarl
HobertB, 21, of Hlckman.Ky." Surslj
this la not our l'oarl Roberts.
FASTEST HORSE DEAD.
Salvator, the fastest running uorso
America has over known, died last
wcok nt Lexington, Ky. Salvator's
uiilo record was 1:35 1-2, made in
18!0 in going against time to beat
tho record of 1:39 1-4. He was foal
ed In 1SSG and wns by Imp. Princo
Clinrllo from Salenu by Lexington.
Salvator won U'0,000 on tho turf.
ANOTHER SHOCK SATURDAY.
Another distinct earthquake shock
was felt In Illckmau, at 1:10 Satur
day morning, and many of our peo
ple woro awakened by tho shock. Tho
"shako" lasted about 30 seconds and
caused no end of astonishment uniting
those ruduly auukened from tlmlr
slumbers by her freakish actions. It
was a lid earthquuko, according to
tho' consensus of opluon. This Is ititt
second disturbance of this naturw to
occur lit tho past mouth. No daiuutc
As tho result of nu explosion of
babbitt, with which ho was working.
It. V, Thompson, of Kultou, an om
ployo of the rarmors' Milling Co.,
sustained serious Injuries Krlday, hot
mutal striking him In tho left eyo.
As Judgo T. J. Nunn has no oppo
sition tho Appellate court primary ha
Usyn called oft and tho Democratic
sommltteo will meot In Princeton on
November 11th and, declare him .tho
The following marrlago llconso wer
Issued in Obion county last week:
John Slooro and Edna Smith.
A. L. Crlder nnd U. L. Thurman.
Henry Oliver and Nora Copeland.
Dan Holloway and Vlrglo Tanner
Hal P. Cotton and Deatrlco McCaw.
S. F. Howard and Miss Lllla M.
J. N. Cartwrlght and Floronco For
sythe. 1). F. Harrison and Miss Salllo I)o
Myer. Herman Dletzel and Miss Mary Ella
FAMOUS ESTATE SOLD.
Hollo Meade, ono of the most not
ed country estates In the South, lo
cated near Nushvlllu, and wull known
to many Hlckmnnttos, was sold Tues
day by Secretary of War J. M. Dick
lusou to J. O. Lcako of Nasuvillo for
J 110,000. The farm consists of 400
acres and was formerly owned by Qon
W. 11. Jackson. It Is especially not
ed as n nursery for flue blooded race
The English commons aro bcginnlu
to ask themselves tho. question:
"Why is a duke?" Ex. Uecauso some
men aro fit for nothing elso and It
Ib against tho law to kill them.
Don't forget to voto for tho good
roads amendment on November 2.
Do It for the sake of yourself, your
family, your neighbor and your teams
NEGRO STILL "IT."
Jack Johnson, tho negro pugilist, re
tained tho world's heavyweight cham
pionship Saturday by knocking out
Stanley Ketchel In tbo twelfth round
at Colma, Cal. Tho fight was hot
from start to finish and tho negro was
badly punished before disposing of his
lighter opponent. Tho receipts wero
NEXT, TO MOUNTAIN.
AVhen tho president strikes Ken
tucky nt Hickman, ho will find some-
thing next to his mountain cllmblnc
In tho Sierras, especially If bo should
go up to the more beautiful residence
portion. Many years ago tho placo
was called "Mills' Point." and It is
ono of the highest points on tho low
er Mississippi. Paducah Nows-)cmo-crnt.
The stute board of health has re
voked tho certificate of Dr. Melvin
II. Ilhoer, of Lcxtugton, to practice
medicine, for unprofessional conduct.
The Supremo Court assigned tho
cases of the Government against tho
American Tobncco Company and fixed
their hearing for December 13. Tho
cases wero Instituted by tho Govern
mont'to obtain the dissolution of tho
A New Mexico man died while
cheering for Taft. Lots of us huvu
died several times politically a-votlng
for Ullly Uryaii.