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THE HICKMAN COURIER.
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HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18", 1909.
irERllf WESTERN KENTU0KT
ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAH lH5t
He KOUiiu iouk'
-J WhJtc s tock nolo, at
r-l ro.nl nmenilincnt was do-
. . .. .nt r. nnn matorltr.
f j .Mmldox nnd wife, of Stnto
m lli. Vinnii. Saturday.
lr.fr :-r-t Joy Floral Co., tho lnrg
,,-r';.'a in tho south. II. K. Curll
fOR RENT: My Dunoinor now
....i.a hv Ellison Broi., Jan. 1st.
A. Dodda. c
Tw.j Us returned to Union
C r t.-I i'8 l nophuw, Tlno
j r ar town
tr. R JJ to learn that D. V. 8.
f cf I hot nix. Arlx., who has
k is Improving.
nicre did you got that now ultl
.. . I.., .Ill,
ciBldt, tho Tailor, cleaned It up.
i.r1 1 t f he new operator for tho
i i ! t I spent Snturdny and
:.t i 1 .3 homo nt Denver, Tcnu.
Wa witl uve you money on any
til cf eyprtii shingles. See ui or
ntt bfore buying. Yatea A Kirk I
unjlc Co., Hickman, Ky.
A t ztz d r''f' tr finds that tho
ii- s cf J tttlry Ii n dlscuso. Ilu
ti t ' i Lut It Ii cauhimI, Wu
, !t hardrun Bonn.
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I.e .. Lis' week on builnoaa.
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Mi;;:T, 11 Hayt dlinl at IxuU
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ad fxvtato senator and a
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? rum uiucv in i unon. 11
i In clrcumfiToure, wi-IkIii
. rr nrrti una "nnipmui mil'
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The Naylor Mercantile Co.,
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Men'i and Boys' Overcoats
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"Hie extra reduced nric.
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overcoats, or as
6 aiocn laslS.
Prices on goods in all
VVatch for their circulars.
t'pAb Mo. mo
COATS AND VESTS, Size
33 to 36, in four different
1.50, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00
PANTS, nil shades, Peg Top,
2.50 3.00 3.50
Our Men's Furnishings Section shows up to a splendid advantage
just now. The newest accessories for FALL AND WINTER.
Peck's Suits and Overcoats for men and young men. NONE
KNOWN JUST AS GOOD.
We present to the Hickmnn Public a superb line of HAWES' HATS for Fnll and Winter, the greatest variety of
styles to be had in the city. Three hundred superb styles and beautiful effects in imported and domestic Neck
Wear, Hosiery, Suspenders, etc., are here. Fall and Winter weight Underwear, the very best grades. In fact, every
thing in our haberdashery department can be depended on as the very best of its kind.
Just lota of them in all colors
30c to 2.50
Dry Goods Co.
Black and Ox Blood, Vici, Gun
Metal, Box Calf, Velour and
Pat. Leathers, but., lace
3.50 400 5.00
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8T0CK NOT EXEMPT.
Not alonu corn and tho food pro
ductn mado from that cereal, but tho
distilled ttplrlts of that grain, "corn
llckur" pin) a an Important part In
tho caUao of tho dread pellagra, wan
declared nt Columbus, 8. C. laat week
nt tho auvalon of tho national con
fereiico on pellnKra, by moro than
ono of tho distinguished phyalclaiiB
And upon theao men who nro met
to Invcstlgato what to this country
la considered a "now" dlscnso thcro
Is a growing conviction, according to
aovcrnl of tho apenkeni, thnt pellagra
already la making Ita ravages upon
hbraos, cows, hogn, etc., as well nB
A HOT ONE.
WHAT WOULD YOU HAVE DONE 7
In Knnnas City a man wna nrrust
cd for stealing from tho register of n
Tho newspaper man saw a good
story behind tho arrest. Ho ques
tioned tho prisoner and went out to
tho homo or hut on tho out-sklrts of
desperation ho broke Into tho tele-
phono box and was caught.
Tho newspaper man, an arch angel
In breeches, told tho story In his pa
per. He put somo heart In tho story.
Tho police Judge refused to hold
tho man when the telophono man said
ho would not prosecute. An under
taker said ho would furnish tho cor
Tho Hook Agont Madam, at least
I claim to bo a gentleman.
Mia Coyenne That's all right so
long u you'ro not required to prova
A GHASTLY FIND.
Workmen digging for tho sewers,
Saturday afternoon found tho remains
of a white Infant burled under th'
ditch between tho Helmont Uranch
nnd Cat railroads In this city. It
was so decomposed that nothing lyut
the bones nnd hair remained, and hud!
boon burled two years or moro. From j
tho liatr, which was siraigni, ino
child Is supposed to have beeu white,
but no other clue to Its Identity was
discovered. There was no box or
coffin, showing that It was nu nt
tompt to hide a father's crlmo nnd
u mother's shame, nnd possibly to
conceal tho crlmo of murder. Tho
llttlo lips that novor learned to speak j
E. R. Ellison's If
, Will begin this week
receiving shipments of
and will show throughout the season attractive assort
ments of all kinds of GIFT GOODS which will be sold
at LOWER PRICES FOR CASH.
And this store is continually receiving shipments of
Dry Goods, Notions,
Furnishings for Men, Furnishings for Ladies and Child
ren, House Furnishings, etc. All of which are rapidly
sold at BARGAIN PRICES FOR CASH. There are
many reasons why you should come to this store.
COME AND SEE
tho city. Ho learned this:.
Tho wife of tho prisoner was 111.
There wero three children and a
uu.u in. umt .... .rv--, necauso tho man had to
our language, will wo be o o bo abto q m Ul(j
IU opeUK HUlllU III. , uim ni...u li.u
guilty parties may escnpo human pun
ishment, there Is u Dlvlnu Justice that
cannot bo escaped cither In this world
or tho next Charleston Courier.
No. 38 tho
lost his place In tho packing plant.
Then the baby died. Thero was no
money for tho funeral. And the sick
wife cried because her baby had to
be burled as n pauper. Sho begged
to have a little white coffin, l'ut
voursolf In tho mau's placo. Ho tried
vour crocory order to
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Old nollablo all goods, to borrow; lie trieu to get creuu m
'the uudwrtakor'B In vain. Thon lu
fin and wait for his pay. Neighbors
mado tho family comfortable. A Job
wns found for the man, who said
through his tears, "I'll show tho
people I am an honest man."
And they burled tho baby In u lit
tle white coffin, borne In a white
hearse to the cemetery. And thcro
were carriages In tho procession.
The heart of humanity Is wonder
ous kind If you know how to touch It.
Fresh Oysters Croscont Cafe.
PLENTY OF GAME.
Tho hunting season In Kentucky
opened In full blast Monday. Birds
nnd other game aro moro plentiful In
Fulton county than In many years.
Whllo tho wet weather of tho Spring
drowned the first broods of quail to
a great extent, tho second batch re
paired the damage. Many of tho birds
however, have not fully developed
Squirrels are in abundanco, 'possums
and coons aro thick and saucy, and
as for rabbits, there Is no limit to
them. Ducks and geese aro plentl
ful on both river and lake, and water
Bhootlng will soon bo nt Its best.
It is very evident that somo attor
neys practising In tho courts of Ful
ton county havo no regard for a busi
ness man's time. Witnesses or Jury
men aro often summoned to appear
at court right on the "dot," and after
getting there, aro forced to wait any
where from ono to three hours for
lawyers to "got ready." Thero is no
reasonable excuse for this delay; tho
lawyers ought to do their "getting
ready" at their own expense, and not
take a man from his business and
let him wait hours whllo they quibble
about this, that and the other. They
xbould be Just as responsible for the
delay of a trial as a Juryman or wit
ness. There Is no need of robbing
twenty men of a whole, day's time, for
two hours work. No small amount of
kicking Is being dono by tho general
public on this account, and, from our
experience, they are Justly entitled
to register a complaint.
Tho ladles of tho Embroidery Club
wero delightfully entertained Frldny
afternoon, from three to five, by Mrs.
Ii. A. Stone. Thero wero several out
side guests present. Salads, sand
wiches, pickles, olives and cheese
straws wero served during tho while.
Mrs. John Jacob Astor, tho Now
York society leader, was granted an
absoluto dlvorco from her husband
In a trial lasting ono mlnuto. She
was given 110,000,000 In lieu of ali
mony nnd will havo custody of the
daughter while tho father takes tho
With tho endorsement of tho Ken
tucky Hankers Association, a bill pre
pared by Secretary of Stato Brunnor
will bo Introduced at tho noxt session
of the legislature providing for the
appointment of the Kentucky Board
of Dank Examiners, which will con
sist of four members.
John Shoffner nnd W. M. Water
field, of Nashville, wero In tho city
Monday attending a sale of wheat
contained lu tho Hardy drain Co. ele
vator. Quite a number of prominent
grain men wero present and tho pro
duct was purchased by W. M. Water
field, tho bid being 94 cents. Union
DRINK MORE WATER.
'Add at least a quart of water to
tho amount customnrlly taken nt encli
meal If you wish to dorlvo tho max
imum efficiency from your food."
This water drinking edict has 'gono
forth as tho result or testa recently
conducted by C. C. Fowler nnd V. lt.
Hawk, professors of physlologlcnl
chemistry nt tho University of Illinois
Tho unanimous opinion of tho medi
cal profession has been strongly an
tagonistic to the taking of water at
meal time. Tho argument of tho
physicians Is that water taken In thin
way dilutes tho dlgcstllvo Julcos, nnd
lowers tho efficiency of thoso fluids,
Tho University of Illinois experiments
however, nppnrchtly overthrow tho
deep-rooted Ideas of mnny doctors.
Shelby M. Cullom, a Republican
Senator from Illinois, and chairman
of tho foreign relations committee,
tins two political Ideas.
Ono of theso Is that If the negro
did not vote In tho south all tho
southern states would Join tho G. O.
P. Tho other Is that tho negroes
ought to be permitted to vote every
where else, Including tho state of
"President Taft," says Senator Cul
lom, "Is showing wisdom In his
southern tour. Ho Is a big, good na
tured, wholcsouled, patriotic nnd gen
erous statesman to whom tho South
or any other section may well and
Implicitly trust Jts absoluto destiny.
Mr. Taft is Just now mingling with
tho Southern peoplo In order that he
mey get better acquainted with them
and they with him. They will find
that ho is tho right man for the place.
"Ho intends to wlpo out the Ma
son and Dixon line, and In my opinion
ho Is Just tho man for that task and
If ho doesn't accomplish It, to a cer
tain degree, at least, I shall bo sadly
"Eliminate the negro from politics
In tho South give that section of tho
country an exclusively white ballot,
or a franchlsement, which shall mean
an absoluto and unequivocal whlto su
premacy In the management of Its
whole affairs, and there's not a stato
below tho Mason and Dixon lino that
will not be found In tho Republican
column of tho electoral college.
"The whole truth of the situation
Is that the whole South believes In
nnd really needs tho enforcement of
tho Republican doctrlno of a protect
ive tariff. Therefore, tho people of
that section would like to vote In be
half of candidates congressional, na
tional and state who would support
such a policy.
"But they are hold In loash, so to
speak, by tho fear of negro domina
tion, tho fear of colored men In offlco
both of tho elective class and those
nppolnted at Washington.
"They aro afraid df tho rnco Issue.
Thero can bo no doubt of that. They
aro constantly In a stnto of excite
ment over the prospect of n colored
voto of superior numbers, nnd natur
ally they cling together against tho
black man as a matter of protection
not of their Industrial Interests, but
their personal affairs.
"Take the stato of Alabama for In
stance. Thero Is a community which
possesses vast coal, Iron and other
Industries demanding a protective tar
iff. With her rank stntes llko Ten
nessee, Texas and others, they all
want to be protected Industrially, and
tho peoplo are ready to Join us, wero
It not fopfhe negro.
"How can you blamo communities
llko South Carolina, and Mississippi,
for Instance, for voting the Demo
cratic tlckot, where In somo sections
tho proportion of colored population
Is ton blacks to ono whltoT It is In
communities llko these thnt tho whlto
people are afraid."
E. C. Rico, of Rice's Cash Shoe
Storo, Is In I'aducah this week, at
tending Federal Court. Ho In ono
of tho petit Jurors.
That last years overcoat will do
this season If you havo Schmidt fix
lt up. All work guaranteed.
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