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Cant' Get Gars.
Tho car famine and lack of river
transportation together have almost
put tho cotton and grain buyers out
More than $100,000 wort!) of cot
toa Is laying on tho rlvor bank for
shipment, and to cap tho climax, tho
Leo Lino people now refuse to Issue
a bill of lading, theroby tlulng up
tho business in a financial way. Be
sides this, the local gin people have
several hundred tons of cotton seed
on hand and cannot get care to ship
Never In the history of Uio town
havo wo boeu so handicapped In the
matte: of transportation, and It Hill
cost shippers thousands of dollars In
Unless Hickman succeeds in getting
tho Mississippi Valley Transportation
Co. to put In docks and stop here,
tho situation will likely bo no hotter
next year. Mr. down, representing
this now boat lino, has bocn hero
this week trying to sell tho balance
of tho stock required by tho company
from Hickman In order to put in the
$10,000 dock, but the prospect for get
ting tho amount Is not altogether
rosy. A Courier representatio Uoj
gono with Mr. Broun to Mult quite
a number of our business tnen, and
all agree that it Is tho or-'y remti
for tho transportation evil, but some
of their financial tales of woe would
touch tho hardest heart. And, still
there aro a good many men who
strained a point and showed where
they stood when it comos to helping
It's a shamo that Hickman should
be asked for the least amount of
any town along tho lino and then be
pointed out as having "laid down '
Next year when tho transportation
skeleton dances out of tho closet a-
gain, wo havo no ono to blame but
ourselves. Enough has alroady been
lost this season to moro Uian take
tho stock the boat lino wanted to
Tho Hickman Ico & Coal Co. clos
ed a deal Tuesday night for a new
100 klllowatt gonerator which will
tako tho placo of their CO klllowatt
machine, and contracted for all the
material necessary to put In the new
Tungsten. Street Lighting System, as
mentioned in lost week's paper.
Tills deal not only means that
Hickman 'will havo a modern street
lighting system with five times more
light than wo havo at present but
will greatly Improto their sen Ice in
business houses and residences.
Hickmanites should certainly be
thankful today for this progressive
step. Our street lights heretofore
have been nothing to brag about, and
so far as the company was concern'
cd, they were under no obligations
to lmprovo tho situation, but Man
agcr Dillon and his Board of Direct
ors bcllove in doing things anyhow,
regardless of expense.
Tho result of tho whole thing is
that Hickman will be ono of the best
lighted towns in tho state, and there
Is nothing too good for Hickman and
Working on Levee,
Tho N., C. & St. L. railroad com
pany has begun work on their part
of tho West Hickman levee, starting
About 25 negroes in chargo of Fore
man Nelson aro now doing tho pre
liminary work In tho neighborhood
of tho depot. Fifty teams, scrapers
and as many men aro oxpected to
arrive hero today to begin tho grad
ing proper. Tho steam shovel will
also bo put Into service. Wo under
Bland tho dirt for making tho fill
will bo gotten at "Camel's Back, ' a
fchort distance abovo town.
Tho city's ond of tho work has not
started, although tho Board expected
to bo at work first of tho week. They
aro waiting to get permission from
tho government authorities to con
nect tho now lovco with tho govern
ment loveo. No troublo Is oxpeted
from this sourco, however, tho Board
has decided to wait for a definite
answer from tills department.
I want to rent about two rooms,
preferably furnished, suitable for
light housekeeping, during tho win-
tor and early spring, with good fain- Nj
ily on tho hill
Address, a. w. Mc- SS
Noill, Hlcknmn ,Ky,
Miss Bertie Glover left Wednesday
for Union City to iiiako lior homo.
N shooting a
p p V : !
be sure of hitting the mark is to aim at it. It all de- w
5 best, all-wool fabrics, correct style and
fc satisfaction in every
Hart Schaff ner &
name in the clothes
"Come to us and buy them.'
New styles, new weaves, new colorings and
d patterns; special things for young men....
Suits $20 to $25 Overcoats $ 1 8 to 25
j To those who do not care to pay quite so much for a
suit, we are showing unusual values at $1 2.50 to $15.
g Boys Perfection Knickerbocker suits $2.50 to $8.50.
Smith & Am berg:
Mothers! You U Have More
To be Thankful for...
When your children start wenring CADET
HOSIERY. "Cadet" Scientific Hosiery is
all reinforced with linen that's the
secret of its unrivaled wearing strength
Comes in three weights light, medium
and heavy, for men, women and chil
dren. Price 25c Better hose arc not
made. A new line just received.
Try a pair and be convinced.
rifle or buying clothes, the only way to S$!h!U,"k
dl, 1 .1 If
s on what you aim at m clothes. Ir you want
" 5 .
way, then be sure
; and that's merely
fit, and complete
a way of saying,
f-flf 0f 0f h0 norih elui 0f
Fulton t'lrtult t'ourt. Kentucky
Hi lm A: KUUsou. plaintiff, analimt
Kobi-rt OrlKKH, dcMidnnt IStpilty
By iniiM of a Judgment ami onlcr
of hhIi- or Fulton circuit couri. ren
d rfl at the SpleinlMr trm theivof
litlt), in the allow i-aiiiM. for lh
sum of Seleutwn iul to KM) DollnrM
with intorwt at tho rnt or lx mr
int mt niiniini from the lflth day
of July, 1IH, until paid, and coat
IutIii, I trtmll pitctHHl to offu for
mi1 at l he Court llouav door In Hick
iiihiv. Kj , to the hlght bidder, nt
I'UHMC AUCTION, on tiw IJlh day
of December, 1010, at 3 (Ml o'rlocK p.
in . or ttterenboiit (blHg CVmiiO'
Court (Ik)-.) upon cisllt of alx moa ,
tile following dvwcrilMNl proiwrty, to
wit Ixut No 207 ami 1W In It. i.
Kaat llickniHii. aa tauoo lire aliiiwH
hih! diliwtfHl on plMn and Mtip' of
ICaat IKrkMmii. Kentucky.
Or auMcleiit thereof In produce
Dip mihi of mHy ao oriterrd io be
made For ttM jwrciiaw? prloe, tlw
purvliAaer, vtUt awrovwl awcurk or
(curUlf. muat exeit HoimI, ber
line 1km1 I h Urea fnxn tb tug- of
wilo iiutil m. And harlnc thr fort
him! offrct of a jH(laHot. IMWera
Hill 1m- prpmv to comply promptly
with Mi two itiraw
J It .MII-NICU, Coin.
Fulton Circuit CoHrt, KMilcky.
Mm A lie V Wltoon BU.. pltintlff.
ftgainat A N Kln Rtc., (MMuIaut
By virtw of h Ju4gHent awl Or
itur of nlv of FuHom ClrcMit Court,
rt'iulvml at the Soptcmbr TM-m,
tlir-of, 1910, In the nbow cnimw. for
the aum of wHa tntrt at tta
ratv of per rrut ier mmb friNn
Uiv - lay of ll -, urtll intkl.
ami cfmta kvrln. I aball proci to
offiT ror Mi at tbi Coort IIohm
door In IHckawn. Ky . to th htght
bUld.T. at ITHUl' Al (TlON. om til
I .iti day of DfitmiUr. 1I0. at S.M
o Un-k p w.. or OitirmtMHtt (btHI
t'ouiHy t'ourt daj upuu a cnkH of
Six Month. ta follow t ii ikiacrtbed
FIIWT TRAIT Forty acre of
wlml la known aa the dowr tract of
Miranda T Wllaon In the worth wee
qiiart.-r of Sn-tlun , T. 1. It. 5. W:
Ncliiiiliic at h ataka IS nxU naat of
Mm- N eormir of aaM areUon,
llit-ocv Soutti. thenoe mmC io the Jm
TuriMT Him aMffletenUy tar to eon
tain forty acre; eottryI by MlrnH-
ila T WIUkih to Q 8. and Alto I'
Wilson on do of awl wwy
Mi to A. N. Kin by Alkf I. Wll
wn and fottr of th Uim of O 8
Wtlaou ami tkat thr-fo4irtaHtMa of
tin- aalo prtc of mid traot Im HHd
n-nialn a Hen on Mid forty acre,
bearliiK intermit from 4a of mUi
until tliK arnml of of Attn !
WHmiii. RtoiMr Wltoon ami Oary Wll
wui. infant heir of U. 9. Wllaon, or
until twiii rkn la NmumiI ami anlil
IHtyinoiit ortlereil huuI by orders of
HRCO.VI) TIUCT: The rcl of
land In T 1. It. S. W. In KuMoti
County, Ky . befflHHlHK 1 1 rodH miK
of the MMithwtwt corner of the N'W
IJr of Sfc 22. runnlMK tht'iicr whM
H roln lo 81 Crorkrtt'a SIC Cor In
the NW Qr. of 8ec 21. theHo north
Willi SI Crockett's line M pole to
tlie rrek, Uhmic with the ineniKiera
of mild crok in a iHirtlmmatcrly dl
rectlon to a stAke wltli two gum bhii-
liUKH aa iK)liitm ami about -II rrTTTj
oast of tlie old SI Cnckt' llite.
thence kouUi tit the beginning, con
taining twenty arraa; beitiK the land
roneyHl by Miranda T. Wlkton to
W K Wriglit and now own byA
THIIU) TIUCT: The remalmlor of
iiohii aa the dou-r tract or
Miranda T. Wileoii, decaol,
a" n w',tan'
i T as lotted con
out of the eatate of
decoaaed, which dow-
contained 98; naroti null
t,,e Irt orderpd .old by this Judg
ent hub tinm tma is a portion
of Rjllnn loft nflur tnklnir tli Iranln
of sumo left nftor taking the tracts
In r'ln named ua one and two, from
bald original ilowor, lenviiiK tho n-
bald original 1
fj5, mount onlorod
X or about ShV a
! linvjk n Unit nti
koIiI ah this llilrd tract
aorofl. Itoy Stouer and
minor lielrs. aro to
Sciliavo n lien on this third trnot onch
for ono-thlnl of what the Uirue traeta
2 1 may bring, to remain n lien until or
KJdiTod collucLnd by this court, or un
l til tho ariival at ago of on oh of thorn.
0r BUfficlent thereof to prwjuco
fj. the sums of money so ordered to be
jjj' inside. For tho piirchntio prlco, tlie
jjj purcliasur, with approved security or
S' iHturltloH, must exeouto Bond, hcar
?p lug legal interest from tho day of
j5jit;ilo until paid, and having tho force
J? and effect of n Judgment. Bidden
fjt will bo prepared to -comply promptly
IK wlLh Ilu-Ho tonus.
J. It. MII.NBIt, Oun'r.
Fulton Circuit Court, Ky.
L. A. Donnoll, Kt Al, plaintiff, a-
gainst Mrs. Kinina Donnoll, ildfund'
By vlrtuo of a Judgment and Order
giof Sale of Fulton Circuit Court, ren
jK I ch-red nt tho September-Term tlioro,
j.of, 1010, In the nbovo causo, for the
JSSlHiim of with inlorest at tho rato
JM of per cent per annum, from tho
yjQ - day of 101 until paid, nnd tho
C costs heroin, I Bhall proceed to offer
tS! for salo ntthnCoiirUtouBcdcorlntilck-
man, Ky . to tho highest bidder, nt
I'lTBMC AUCTION, oi tho 12th day
of December, 1910, at 2:00 o'clock p.
m , or thereabout (being County
any), upon a crcuit or ix jmoiuiis,
tho following described property to-
wit Tho east one-half ofilio NW
Qr of Sec 20, T 1. 11. C, V also,
Nou 2 IS nnd 210 except sixty
both lots: wild lots nrc ditiiKimted
on plan or map of Went lllrkiunn.
Ky , nlno lot No. 271, as the name
Is known nnd dcslgimtcd on plan or
map or went Jllckumn. Ky
Or sufficient thereof to produco tho
HUiim of money m ordenMl to Ik
inailit. Ir tlie purchaso price, tho
purchaser, with approved mK-urlly or
securities. iiuihI oxecuto Ihiud, hir
ing legal Into'rtmt from tho day of
sale until paid, and having the force
nnd effect of u Judgment. Bidden
will bo prepared to comply promptly
wlili thiHMj turinn
J. It. MILNKIt, Com.
Fullon Circuit Court, Kentucky.
W. S. Klllnon. plaintiff. ngaltiNt
Prwton Alwootl, dufiMidaut, Kipilty.
By virtue of a Judgment nnd Order
or Sat or Fulton Circuit Court, ren
(IhtwI nt tho Hoptotubur Term there
of, 1UI0, in th u1mii osiiikh, for tho
turn of with !ntnni nt thf mto
or par wnt per annum from th
lny of 191- until paid nnd .
herein, I shall irooxd to offer for
will nt tho Court llouito dixir In Hick
nmii. Ky.. to lhr hlKhmt bidder nt
PUBLIC AUCTION, in (ho Hih day
of lfceiiitMr. 1910. ntTt.eo o'cliK-k p
ni., or tliermltout (Ixtlng County
Court day), uikiii a credit of Six mos
the follow lug dem:ribiHl prnMirty, to
wlt: An undlrlded ono-fourth Interoft In
14? acres or laml bulng lot No 0.
containing 81 nerwu. and CSVfc ncrixt
off of lht north ond of lil No t.
an hIiomii nnd daalgtuild In thw coin
tuUhlniHtr'n report In tho illilnlon of
the tat of Mury F. Cowglll, aa re
rdI in C & V. Book No I, pane
ICC In the office of the clerk of tho
FuHon County Court.
Or Hfflclvnt thereof lo produce the
HM of monwy o ordered to be
loade. For tho purclmm. prlre tho
pHrohaiwir, with npprod WMiiriiy of
MCHrltlen. uituH xcut IUhmI. bear
lug leflMl IlilotNwt from the day of
sal uhIII itil, ami linvlinc the foiro
ami effect of a JudcmeMt MUld.m
wlfl he preierei to comply piiiHiHl
with thee. Urme
J. It. MILNltlt. Com
Fulton drewlt Court. Kenturky
Mm. Mas Taylor, plaintiff, ojwliut
Rimh N. Taylor. Kto . defendant K
Ily rlrtwe of a JiidiMtent and order
of Slo of FHlton C4rciU Court, ren
dared at the September term there
of, 1910, In the nbore mi wo, ror the
tun or with iMereet al the rate
of por cent per niiutim rrom tin-
ilay of 101. until paid and
eoeiN herein. I ahall procetMl to offor
for'fcnlo it (he Court llwimt dixir In
lllckumii. Ky., to the klUil bidder
at IHUII.IC AUCTION, oh the I:Ui
dny ol December. 1910. at S HO o'
clock p. hi , or thereatxHU ( being
Countjr CiMirt dny). upon a crudlt of
Six Months, the folio In detwllwd
Tlie north 17 1-1 aerea of land off
of lot No. 2 In the division or land,
of I.Htleberry ami Sarah Taylor, de
owiumI. mid Lot No 3 eoHtalnlng M5
acrea wore or !. and betag In tho
oath iMirtlon or the mratiiw.wt quar
ter or Rec C, ami mirth portion of
the ftoiHhweal uartr or S- 7, nil
in T. I, It. 3, W; ami la the muiio
land conwywl by O 8. Taylor. Itoea
K. Hexton and 151 ki Taylor to T K
Tnylor. on the SKth day of AttuuM.
J190I. which conwyanco Is roconliil
in tieeii oook :i. irnge 4X5 of the
Fulton County Court Clerk's ofrice
Or mifflolout thort-of to produco
the Bums of money so ordered to bo
mailo. For tho purclmso price, tho
jiuroliawr, with approved security or
aeourltlea, lilimt ox. cute llond. Inxir
liHC leml liHenwl from the day or
Mile until (Mild, ami having the force
and effect of n Judgment. Didders
will be prepared to comply promptly
with UietMj tonus.
J. II. M1LNHU, Com.
Sherirr Johnson and Munduil John
Wrljrht went down In the bottom
Monday nftcr a notorious boot ledger
who haa lieon plliiK Ills unlaw rill
trade ror some time.
learning rrom some negroes who
they saw drinking in the road that
tho man wns W. I). WaHhbiirn. a
whllo man living on Vnl Carpenter's
farm, thoy nrroaind him and brought
him to town. He khvo bond In tho
Hum of 200.
At tho last softflton of tho grand
Jury an effort was made lo Indict
WnMhburn, but none could bo round
who would testify ngnlnst him.
Bam Douglns was nlso plckeil up
by tho officer for Iniollegglng. Ho
wvih rincil ?00 by Judge Naylor.
Own Your Own HomeJ-"lt'B Easy"
On Thursday, Dec. 1st, we wlll'sell
at auction In West Hickman fifty
splendid lots. You will make the
prlco and wo will make tho terms
and the terms are easy.
Everything for men and boys at II.
F S. Moore nindo a buslnoss trip
tc Mayflold today.