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THE HICKMAN COURIER.
A BLUE MARK HERE
means thiit yonr nh
erlptlon ban expired.
Renew promptly If yon
want the paper to come
to 70II after this month
i r" ik.i print
two- " " Su"' Aflfl 3 Wn' Cnod fin.,, tho Jlxlas of Your Wagon, Did Man, and Ufa Hitch Up
TOLDXE fi -?o.a
HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1909.
LtiilT flFr.R IN WEBTERH umuuu
WHOLE HO. B474.
EBTABLIBHED IH THE TEAR lNSf)
THE NEW ADDITIONS.
I. .... i tLi months, Ihrco now
LLn.tot:. y of Hickman havo
I .... . I U II MI U UK rui'iui.
ll a v iL ti Iibi Just finished
B. o - . . ,-
L, fltcrt.j riswenco lor uiuisrii
L the Il.nry Audinon,
w g two more ni an cnny
n(gaull:-rn ! Ights 'Addition was
I ,tt cd n-d Alex names is now
,.!,, 1 r...c 9 room residence
llorii s'n ot tlil placo. Ho wn
I . .... rjn ta Mirctiase a 101 in 1110
w - ' ....
lnm ir.J 1!.. fint to uuiiu. now
r Uicrj w,,l bo " lt,M tnBn tcu
I, Sj erected on mis nuui
1. 1. ' cur. Jig
j) 1...J1 Addition to win
rlElS i- 10 I)l"' "l
M.d w. j U.iding Walter L. Tay.
Ucow (SRSK-d lu building a four
U r.s..J Others havo iur
Kd U'.i a:.! will build lu a abort
0 I .eat.. 1 has contended for"ov
1 ,Pri Cat Hickman needed tuoro
" ' .
li&f li'J Tbo activity 111 wo now
txzt u sufficient proof of tho
Let car c'-a cmtuU. Tho only ro-
:uilat ibis was not dono sooner
liankr if men, who would bnvo
It hesca b.ic, have sono cue
Lrf treats of tho scarcity of
I J!ti IcU ai;J the high prices on
la. It i) truo that selfish Inter
1 1. 1 r;c-it some to knock on
lit t.-ciss.'.ions, but taken as a
LleJUa O cury cttlieu's Interest,
lci;j cr ....r..ctiy, to boost them,
I: Ce (. 7 council inlght look at
1 tin Lib" bile nono ot the
l.Ocu st tb.s timu aru within tho
loritj a they are, novcrthe-
1. 1 rrt cf tbc municipality, prop-
iscik -X ibclr prosress nuu
sUJ to tbo city's wealth
lim ssd social Interests
KOLCOMDE FINED 20.
Lj Holcooibc, who struck U W.
laker cn tbo bead with a plooo
it at tho Mensel Ilox Kactory
I inks Ago and maJo his escape,
(lira s bcsrlng beforo' Judgu
tat, Vtiiif morning,
lur hearing tbo evidence, tho
it Cued tho young man (20 and
lk.at ucablo to pay tbo flno,
locU was placed In tho county
i to Kru- out tho sentence.
I ia bo rcai mbcred that tho blow
pt4 by Wbi'aker waa nt first
ltt to be fatal, as bis skull was
tut tho Injured mail recov
ponle was caught last week, at
NEW NICKEL PROPOSED.
u Icarm-d on good authority
4!n hare been prepared by the
Pn of the United Stales mint
ItHMclphla. for a nronosed flvo
IPitcs bearing tho bead of Ucorgo
"Tton, to take tho nlaco of tho
l it tow In circulation.
lemtct be said yet whotbor tho
"lt Will 11(1(11)1 thin rnln nr
y bucdri'd dies havo been
! r cc!ns never accepted, but
r Portrait cdn follows lh nnw
f' Penny, It will bo tho first
I a actual a-ilhorlied circulation
Prrjr th" head of Washington.
ral pattern coins bearing It
Mltgton hlmaelf refuwl in nl.
wk a coin to bo used during
p-ume Ho said It was a "mon
f'" cutiat not fitting In a ro-
Conrifht lliu SluHwt & Mux
' Perry, ono of tbo well known
f of th Luiello neighborhood.
P'ea to Uavenden Bprlngs, Ark..
I Uh to have your Preicrlp
tlrtn tt. is..
"iea quickly and
Mcurately by a
TAKE THEM TO
fill's Drug Store
you may 80t yoUr
a wunis at
lili's Drug store
I F we had to depend for our food! on our own skill with a rifle, a
lot of us would go hungry. Similarly, if we had to make our
own clothes a lot of ois might haveto3tay at home.
You can get Your Thanksgiving turkey easier than with a rifle;
and you can easily get here
Hart Schaffner & Marx -
good clothes; such clothes as nobody else makes; all-wool fabrics,
fine tailoring, perfedt in 3tyle, corred: in fit; the highest type of
Suits $20.00 to $25.00. Overcoats $ 1 6.50 to $25.00.
Good values in medium priced suits and overcoats from $5 to $15.
This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes.
Smith & Amberg
FARM LOANS I
I am authorized to tako application
for farm loans In Obion nnd Weakley
Counties, Tonn. and In Fulton County
Ky., at tho rata of 5 per cont per
annum UNTIL, JANUAHV 1, 1010.
40 per cent ot tho full cash valuo ot
a farm will bo loaned. Loans ma do
In suma of $1,000 or moro on tracts
ot laud ot FIFTY ACKKS OH MOKE
on flvo or ten year's time, with priv
ilege to borrower ot paying sauio after
ono year In full or making any bIzo
partial payment desired at tntorvuls
of six months after tho expiration ot
ono yenr, tho Interest being stopped
on partial payments made.
O. SI'HADMN, Attoruey-at-law,
M-0 Union City, Teun.
Ono ot tho most accoptablo gifts ot
nil though InoxpoiiBlvo Is engraved
calling curds, suitable for either lady
or gentleman. Kngraved pluto and
100 cards, neatly packed, $1.30 up.
Thcso prices aro cobIi. Tho earlier
your orders aro In, tbo bettor, Soo
samples at Courlor otflco.
II. E3. Curlln can Bhow you 03 dif
ferent cuts ot flowers, designed by
Joy Floral Co., Nashville, Tenu.
NEWS FROM 8TATE LINE.
'.Too lato for last week.)
II. a. Hrasfleld and II. 11. Clark aru
at tho Lake.
A, M. Shaw was In Union City ono
day last week.
A. J. l'rulttt was hero from Union
City, lust Sunday.
T. A. I'rather, Jr., Is spending a
tow days nt tho Lake.
Miss Luusford, of Hickman, Is vis
iting W. II. Clark aud family.
Elder Muyer, of Nashville, preach
ed at Mt. llermou last Sunday.
J. 11. Moss aud wife, ot Union City,
havo returned homo after a visit to
Mrs. Swan Durrus and daughter,
Miss Mary, uro spending tho week
In aroenflold, Tenu.
0. M. llrooks, ot Martin, loaded a
car of turkeys and geeso hero yester
day. Ho will buy another cur lu Do
TAKP1NB for coughs and colds
25o por bottlo. Helm & Ellison.
JA8. DRADSHAW DEAD.
Jas. Hradshaw, a well known farm
er ot tho Sassafras Rldgo neighbor
hood, died at his homo Friday, after
a lingering Illness ot White Plague.
Deceased was about 42 years of ago,
and a brother of Coop Hradshaw, of
near this city. IIo Is survived by a
wife and sovornl children.
Funeral services aud burlnl took
place at tbo Sassafras Hldgo church
Sunday morning at 10 a. ui.
Ho Is said to have been ono ot tho
leading -men ot his community aud
had many friends. Kurthor particu
lars wo aro uuablo to give at this
Wo must Insist on all accounts aud
notes, duo us. or falling duo bo paid
promptly, or they will bo put In tho
hands of tbo officers tor collection.
There should bo no excuse, with the
existing high prices for corn and cot
J. F. & S. h. DODDS CO.
FOH SALE: Qood team of horses,
tor cash. Apply to A. S. Uarkott, In
CLOSING OUT SALE.
Of Live Stock
At my farm ono mllo north of Cayco,
on the old Dr. Luten placo, I will of
fer for Bale. TUESDAY, NOV. 30th,
to tho highest bidder, tho following
described llvo stock:
CROMWELL, Jr., one of the best
bred and finest saddle stallions In
Two Jacks, as good as can be found
anywhere, and splendid breeders.
Two nice Mares. One Gelding. One
Also a few farming Implements and
This stock will bo sold without re
serve or by-bid, as I um going out of
the stock business. It will pay you
to attend this sule. Salo begins at 10
TEHMS Credit ot 12 months will
bo given with approved security, with
Interest from date.
Geo. L. White.
Mrs. W, A. Hlnshaw Buffered an
attack ot gall stone, Friday afternoon
and for a short timo life seemed very
uncertain. Several physicians woro
called to hor bedsldo boforo sho rallied.
MOB LYNCHES NEGRO.
Monday night, at Cairo, Anna Pclly,
clerk In a dry goods stor6, was as
saulted and murdered on way home.
Tho body was discovered, mutilated
In an nlley, next day by somo chil
dren. Her body showed signs of a
despcrato struggle and of careful prop
arntlon on tho pnrt of her assailant
or assailants. Sho had been gagged
with somo toweling, ovldontly pre
pared for tho occasion, nnd was chok
ed to death. Sheriff Cupp and his
bloodhounds wero sent for, and dogs
from other places were secured, and
they wont flvo times to a negro resi
dence. Four Inmates wero arrested,
ono of them a woman, who wero sup
posed to know something about tho
A negro man, Will James, who was
arrested on a warrant for murdering
Miss Pclly, nnd a whlto man, Henry
Salzner, charged with killing his wife,
were lynched In Cairo Thursday night
about 8:30. Another negro who Is
thought to havo been Implicated In
tho Pelly murder was also In the
hands of tho mob, but was rescued
by tho state militia, thrco companies
of which were sent to prevent a riot.
Both men lynched confessed, It Is
said. Tho negro was banged, hun
dreds of bullets fired Into his body,
which was then .torn limb from limb
and the trunk burned.
Tho negro confessed to killing Miss
Pelly, and Implicated three others,
two men and a woman. He says they
kept this young woman In tho wo
man's house until four o'clock Tues
day morning, when ho murdered her
and took her body out In tho alley.
WEDS DRESDEN LADY.
Clarence Klmcs, of near this city,
and Miss Katie Grubb, ot Dresden,
Tenn., wero married at the homo of
the bride, in that city, Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock, by Esq. Tucker.
The brldo Is a daughter of Ed.
Grubb and wife and was reared In
tho city where tho marriage too place.
Sho Is a charming little lady, and will
mako Mr. KImes a good help mate.
Tho groom Is a son of H. J. Klmcs
nnd wifo of Route 1, residing near
this city. Ho Is too well Known to
most ot our readers to need any eu
logy from tho Courier. Ho is, to say
the least, a promising young man.
Hickman, Friday morning to visit tho
parents ot Mr. Klmes. Wo aro glad
to learn that they will mako this
There is moro catarrh in this sec
tion of the country than all other
diseases put together, and until tho
last few years was supposed to be
incurable. For a great many years
doctors called it a local dlseaso,
and prescribed local remedies, and
by constantly falling to euro with lo
cal treatment, pronounced It incur
able. Science proves catarrh to bo
constitutional disease and there
fore requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is
tho only constitutional cur on tho
market. It is taken Internally in
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoontul.
It acts directly on tho blood and mu
cous surfaces ot tho system. They
offer ono hundred dollars for any
caso it falls to euro. Send for cir
culars and testimonials.
P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo.O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
I will sell cut flowocrs that will
Veep, and plants that will grow. Call
phono 282. Wo need your orders.
Postma Floral Co., Union City, Tenn.
Workingmoa's Lots !
G. B. Bond's Addition
to West Hickman
The beet located and Cheap
est propert you can buy.
Will make EASY TERMS. Lots
sold to WHITE PEOPLE ONLY.
See me at the Oil Mill.
G. B. Bond.