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THE BEST MADE
Exactly like this picture. There's never been a better one
put on the market has our positive guarantee. '
If you pay less you can't possibly get the best.
Hickman Hardware Co.
Our coupon system It being hearti
ly endorsed by everyone. This It
evident from the Increase In our busl
nets. And why? Because It
SAVES YOU 5 PER CENT.
YOU KEEP YOUR OWN ACCT.
PAY OULY FOR WHAT VoU
MAKES YOU MORE ECONOMI
CAL. GIVES THE CA8H CUSTOMER
MORE FOR HIS MONEY.
SAVES US A BOOKKEEPERS'
ENABLES US TO 8ELL FOR
NO BAD ACCOUNTS TO BE
CHARGED TO PAYING CUSTOMER.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR GRO
CERY BILL IS EVERY DAY.
WE CARRY THE BEST LINE
OF GROCERIES AND FRESH
MEATS IN HICKMAN.
AND AOAIN SAVES YOU 6
TRY IT ONE MONTH
HAPPENINGS AT CAYCE.
(Two Lato for Last Week.)
Mrs. Llzzlo Johnson is on tho sick
Miss Pearl Johnson is on tho tick
list this week. .
Mrs. Lula Hooves entertained tho
Ladles Aid Society Tuesday. ' .
Gordon Rico was doing a society
stunt m Moscow Sunday night,'
Miss Jessie Wall entertained tho
newly weds last Saturday evening,
Misses Suo and Kuby Hamer wero
tbo guests of Miss UcsbIo Johnson
Miss Myrtlo Burnett, of McKenzIo.
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Charllo
uondurant tills week.
"Tho Tickling Society" met at tho
homo of the JIsslcs Johnson and was
ruurcuuizuu ouiuruuy evening.
Mrs. Alice Mencese was called to
Pulton to attend the bedside of Miss
Susie Nounan who Is very low.
Mrs. Fannie Johnson was, called to
Moscow this week to attend tho bed
sldo of her mother who Is very low.
COST OF PAUPER IDIOTS.
Tho Statu Auditor reports tho num
her of paupers and Idiots In this dis
trict as follows:
Uallard 4, Caldwell 10, Calloway 25,
uarnsio x, umtoiiuen 16. Fulton C,
Graves, 22, Hickman It, Livingston 11,
Lyon 7. Murshull 17, McCrackon 11.
Trltre 17. This shows u tntni nr inn
pauper Idiots from tho first congres
sional uuirict which are now kept up
by tho State, and which cost tho
State dlirlnir tho vuar littis nu fal
lows Uallard 30i, Caldwell - J750,
uuiowuy ii.TTZ.ou, Carlisle M3125,
Crittenden Sl.082.OG. Fullim M7r. T.lv.
lngston lliua.88, Lyon IH7&, Marshall,
i. dBi.2o, aicuracKon juuu, TrlKg II.
470.27. There are sovcrnl more In Fulton
county that should bo on the list
First district Democracy Thursday
placed for tho fifth time the leader
ship of tho party in this end of the
stato in tho able and cupablo blinds
of Olllo M. James, of Marlou. for the
past seven yunrs representative lu
congresH of tho yoomuury of West
Kentucky, whun formal actiou was
taken by the first congressional dis
trict commltteo at the Talmer House
In declaring Mr. James tbo nominee
of tbo Democratlo party for tho sUty-
Thirsty? HHO U whs' yen
i VIEW OF COMET MAY 8.
Tho Halley comet, scheduled to
sweep near our snhero during the
first months of tbo year, will bo an
Interesting celestial object as lato as
Juno 9th, when It will begin to ro
cedo from our view on Its awe-In-spiring
and mysterious destiny
Tho most fulsome dntn recorded of
this great luminous heavenly tramp
was first recorded in 1769 by Prof.
Halley, of Oxford College, England.
tuo nearest recent visit was 76 years
ago. In 1835, and now after 75 years
It Is with us again. This proves that
It is Tin established astronomical 'au
tocrat, having Its destined Journeys
to perform along an open orbit, a
right-of-way that appears never to
have been contested or obstructed by
any omor uouy, cither fixed or transl
Tiio Halley comet this, year will
first bo vlslblo In tho Kast before
the rise of tho sun on Mny 8th at
about 2 o'clock, a. m. Kentucklans
who arc able to pull thomsulves
loose from tho "goose hair" will get
a good view of It about one hour
later. It will pass near Pollux In
Jemlnl June 9th. after Its con (una
Hon with tho sun, when It ought to
no nt its greatest brllllnnce as even
ing star, sotting about 2 Jiours and
30 minutes nfter the sun, nt about
mo close or evening twilight.
MRS, ED BROWOER.
Mrs. Kd Ilrowder died Vi,ilni.a)ln v
afternoon nt 4:30 at her home near
Palestine Clmrrli. thin mimiv ai.n
had boon afflicted with ennrer for
several months and tho end ramo as
a welcome relief from her suffering.
aii mat. mo most sKllirul special
ists In Nashville nml Kniumu niiv
could do was done for tho sufferer.
uui muir oirorts woro of no avull.
Mrs. Ilrowder ujik linrn In i7n I..
Now Concord. Cnllnwnv niimiv tK-
Prlor to her marriage, which wnH
solemnized Oct. 30, 1889, sbu was
Miss Magdnllno Kllzaboth auorrant,
one of the belles of her community.
Karly In life she hocninn litn,ilri,i
with tho Methodist church and has
since lived a devoted chrsltlHii life.
The deceased Is mirvlvoil i.u ilur
dovoted husband and flvo children";
Misses. Carrlii. Mat tin I.IHlntt H 1 1
tls uud Gladys Ilrowder, nlso her aged
iiiouier. jurs. ni. u. litierrant; her
brother, Joo fluorrant; and sisters",
Mrs. It. G. Kelley ami .Mrs. CalllS
Tho funeral services WC Til ffiwf n ska
ed by" Ilev. II. J. Russell, at Palestine
Church. Interment fnllnulm. in in..
church yard whore slfep two of bur
ciniureii. .Many benutirul floral offer
ings attested the loving esteem In
which sho was held.
Tho Hickman Kurnlhirn
itock the rto&t complete stock of
undertakers goods, Let us show yaw
whun in uettd of
I'oBtmasler J T. Stephens has been
officially notified of his re-appolnt-meal
ns postmaster of Hickman for
another four years. Tho ronflrmn
Una of the appointment wns nimlo by
(ho Senate on February 18th.
Mr. Htrphen has held this pmd
Hon for I!) years, his first appoint
ment having been m.vlo tinder the
administration of Chester A. Arthur
In I8S3. but ho missed eight years
during tho term of (Irover Cleveland
With this exception, ho hns served
continuously since 18S.1 During his
iv yenrs service bo has been a
fnlthful nnd nccmnmodntliiK official
Jno. A. Mc CI ii re inndo mime effort
to get Me appointment this (line, glv
Ing ns his reason for ileslrlnc to sue
reed tho present Incumbent Hint 19
years wns long onotigh for one mnn
to hold this Job down.
Our genial iwstmastor now begins
another four years' term, which
when completed, will be n total of
Tho only fault wo can find with
J. T. Is his politics In a I other mat
ters ho Is a good Democrat nml n
Mrs. Carrie. Ilucu. wlfn of Jnlm W
Ilugg. near Shllob, died Tuesday
night nt 12 o'clock nt tho homo' of
Rural Mall Carrier Henry llrnzcll. In
North Clinton, after less than a
weex's illness of pneumonia
A Missouri newspaper sent out the
live stock editor to write tip Comet
A. Ho reported It to be "nbout 17
hands high, with white mane nnd
FOR KENT: A house on Troy
avenue, near College, recently occu
pled by Judgo W. A. Naylor. V. A
Dodds. i 37c
FOR SALB: No. 1 good work horse,
cow and fine Poland China hour. O.
T. Meacham, Hickman. 35p
FOR SALB: flood work mare,
coming 6-year-old. -A. J. June's, Cny-
ce, Ky. asp
Some men marr ticmtftin l I ilm
wlso thing. Others have no bettor
Try our "Whlto Frost Flour."
L'oltersworth k. Prathert
Farmers in tho lower bottom are
Dr C. W. Curlln went to Memphis
63 IJallow, IL U lies.
54 Hollow, A. L. (Dutch) Uct,
34 Hallow, J. W. lies.
6-1 Ji Hallow, W. C lies.
38 Uettorsworth & Prathcr ....Store
3 1V4 Uonthol. W. D res
1G0 lllackford & Hubbard, Drs. .office
IV Cotton & Adams ..... Shop
29 Curlln, P. D, Dr. . lies.
32 Creed, John res
39 City Mayor's Office
F. E. CASE & SON
OUR STOCK IS COMPLirn:
AND WE GUARANTEE SATISRC.
TION. GIVE US A SHARE OF YOUR
BUSINESS AND MAKE OUR STORE
YOUR HEADQUARTERS IN TOWN
Veterans of Forrest Cavalry.
Headquarters of Forrest Cavnlry.
during the n-unlonat' Mobile -April
2Clh. 27th and 2Sth will be. In a
store rooia, on first floor, of Until
All Yeturatis are . requested to call
nnd rsglster nnd secure bailees, An
nual election of Co'nimandarlnGhlof
will be held at headquarter at 10
o'clock n. in. the 27th. Kvcry mem
ber Is re ues ted to bo presunL
II. A. TYI.KIt, Kt. (Jon. Com'ndg.
. Forrest Cavalry Corps.
NOTICE i t
I, tho undersigned, will appear be
fore tbo lionorable Hoard of Prison
Commissioners of KontuokyVnt their
office In Frankfort nt Its nexl rctu
lar meeting nnd present iK-ttllon and
nsk for tho parole of one. Will John
son, scut from Fulton County and
now confined at the 11 ranch Fount
tentlary nt Kddyvlllo, Ky., chareged
35-4 L VAL. CARPENTUIt
A big force of men and 100 head
of mules arrhed by boat this week
near Slough I-mdlng. They will re
inforce tho Kovernmeiit IcvtHi begin
ning at that point and coming this
FULTON KEEPS PLANT
Hnry F uiu. ,
Fulton Msnufi,, i ,
turvrs irf whip
sKirtlng hocmIi v 1
ed n vary flan
loontu In DyrmlHiTL
that ho had !- !. i
fer awl tb plant
prwient lowtiun i - y
,RgbU T. Kyi.
rvstdints Hf Kuic
the home of lii. -Youny.
at Fun. .
Bradley & Parham's
132 Dodds Co., J. Y. 8. U..Offlco
36 Dodds Co., J. F. & 8. U. din
31 Dodds. W. A. Office
33 Davis. A. W.. Mgr. Uos,
16 Davis, 11. T res
39 Dillon, Tom, Sr office
133 Kdwurd, W. A .'.re
23 Fulton County Court
,17 Farmers Gin & Grain Co.. off Ice
24 Fanners & Merchant Ilatik...
8 Q ray. It, L. Res.
37 Gray, It. I, , shop
22 Johnson, W, C re
4 2li King. Norrls m
48 Hickman Ice & Coal Co.... Of flee
12 Hickman Packing Co Office
,10 Helm & Klllson ...Btoru
21 Hickman Courier Office
9 Hickman Drug Co Store
20 Hickman Furniture Co
43 Hickman Ice & Coal Co.... office
C7 Hlckmau Wagon Co office
11 Hickman Hardware Co Store
160 Hubbard St Ulackford. Drs.. office
m HicKuiau uanic
20 Hublard, Dr. J. M res
60 1 lick inn ii Joint Stock Co gro
30 lilckuiuii Job 8hop
33 Kirk. H. II grocery
0 Lvdford & Handle Store
27 Loot, A. 11., res
2 Moore, Frank 8. Offlco
28 Newtou, Jas. C res
31 Noouon, Joo Co, Jail
32 Phelps, Geo rel
42 Hice. N. L it..y
14 nice, U G , Btoro
62. Seat & Leggata livery
43 Speight, It. H . Res.
77 Smith & Anibertf Store
132 Btahr. Klvls ruB
5 Sudberry W. T. Store
62 8elf, Tom Hos,
1 Southern Express Co Office
4-3 Townscud, J. A lies.
4 Townsond, OUs lies.
iVA Townsend, James lies.
36 Wheeler, L. R k-
39 Wriht, Ud f ,...groery
OF THE VIRTUE OF
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
What is the use of procrastinating n t' f f. f sjch
evidence as the following letters represmt' It ) j area
sick woman or know one who is, what sins ' n - have
you for not giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vtb t' C im
pound a trial) For 10 virs up Imvn hoon tnJ ' r2 5Jch
testimonial letters as these thousands d tl tin -they are
genuine and honest, too, every one of them.
Airs. S. J. llarhur sayn:
I table Comxiiml
lis Hie best tiutll-
clno In tho world
for women and
1 feel It my duty
to lot others
know tho cood It
has done tor me.
I had a tumor
which tho doctor
1 said would have
to bo reuioTcd by nn oiK ratlon or I
could not Hvo more than u year,
or two. at most, I wrote Mrs. link,
ham, nt Lynn. Mass., for advice, and
took U bottles of Lydia K. l'luk
ham s VeKeUbIoComiK)timl,aiid to
day the tumor Is Rone nnd I am a
IKirfectly well woman. 1 hoim my
testimonial will be of benefit to oth-
Mrs. &t J. JJahukk, Scott,
Mrs. E. Fo Ilnycs gays:
"I wns under tho
ment for n fibroid
tumor. I suffered
with pain, nortu
and could not
walk or stand on.
my foot any
leiiRthof time. 1
wrote to Airs.
l'Inkliftiii for ad
vice, followed her
took Lydln 11 Pinkham's Vegotablo
Compound. To-day I am a well
woman, tho tumor was expelled nnd
mv wholo Bystem 8troiitheiied. I
ndvlso nil women who nro afflicted
with tumors or fomalo troubles to
try Lydia K. llnkham'a Vewtablo
Cotniound." Mrs. E. 1 Uayki,
1800 Wnshlugton Bt., Uoston, Mass.
For.'IO years liydla K. lliiUliam' VenMablo
Compound Has been tliu Htandard rcminly for
female Ills. So sick woman does Jinmco
herself who will not try this famous medicine
Made exclusively front roots ami herbs, ana
lias thousands or cures to its credit
Mk, Mrs. l'inkham btTltos all sick women
PsjF to write her for advleo. She luw
KUhUd thniisMiids te health free of chart,"
AdOress Mrs. riskiiMH, Lyuu. Moss.
Sirs. fJeoreo MnyMp:
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f l fr;n fe
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1 1 I flli t
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table Compound, a
dlsaiH:areil 1 1
mid am now in i
Lydia K. I'ibkl if
jHiund has U' '1 a I
as I U'lleve 1 t'
my ifrave if It l-i ' '
I'inklmm'a epi '
-Mrs. (Iroit' i M v
l'aterson, Ji J
Mrs. W. It. Jlnuh Mjt
1 ' ;ire Df?
, r lint
m IV K.
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f r aietljS.
, irrf f
Hccatiso your n
one, doctors is- .1
good, do note ' '
outplvlncl )'( 1
clnblo t'omK'r tl n
hns cured maryt "
ilaccnu'iitH, tit 1