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TOT X jLj.ja IKulion county will p you that wo Drlnt re local iifiwn tluin W otlirr imperii! tlilt HUut of Kentucky ' ,w. .,p..,- - - LIVI0 Wwrttnj i THE HICKMAN COURIER. Team fAa C EJ - JSl. - "WES 3E3 KL) The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. sa A BLUE MARK HERB. ub-.'-I- meant that your crtptlon bi xtred Itenew prompt n yoa want the paperlr eome to to you after thu month fWl 55 A s fAff PuWs A Commercial Uauon up the Hill of Succbss DreasB the Axles at Your Wagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch WHOLE ni eldest paper is western kemtookt VUI.UHL ,1U. 1 ;i , !2 5S & HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1910. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAK 3H0U -- HO.auou "J ZS. 7, a. 55 A'fi OB'S SHARE OF I I I 1 , OLRY & GHLDWELL I 1 1 1 An Able Jurist bf the First District - i Amateur Leads First Day King, of Colorado, Breaks 118 Out of 20. Good Crowd in Attendance. 1 SIM ADVANCE BLACKSMITHS Drug Store Conundrums Is there any sense pay- H' n i ICE 8AM RAISES PAY OF THB Woodworking and Horseshoeing ia. Pl ' The preliminaries of the Big Shoot ing more for your 1 A Specialty at Hickman commenced yesterday at 1:30 wltii fifteen "squads" reporting. Drugs than we charge? Yt IN KENTUCKY, DISTRICTS Among them woro many of the best Lei us grind jour plow points 1 shootqrs In the United States. Prof and make them good as new 1 Me Leadj with 183 Increases, , Weit John Phillip Sousa nnd wife, of We do not think there is Virginia 42 Increase, and Ktn. Mn are among tho shooters. On?ClBs1BSSflsH0ssssssssssssSK mummMmmmmmmmmmmmmmm lucky 38 Increases we buy the best qualities ly 120 targets were shot at Messrs. A M. Hatcher, Homer Clark, Oeorge the markets afford in Drugs bWnihinfttnn The postolflce Opart- LIVERYMEN ARE INCENSED Lyons wore the high professionals, BY COUNC'I.'S NEW RULING. ui announcoa Its annual r6u"iut. and Drug Sundries and we only dropping three, however, they It of salaries of DOhinindnr nmi . . . . .. t Tlit rcrtmt act of th City Couti were not high average, as E It. buy in such quantities that bxurea reflect a prosperotu tondl. King, amateur, of Demer, Colo., only kronKliunt tho eountry. since In- - ell. dvrrttliiK tlmt vehltlwt which nr we get the very best pos ' dropped two. Thoy were closely folin compensation for tbls rhus not in hq niuri not atand on th. sible prices. Any one may t Sals la based upon Urn 'ohtw airsi't. Ims hut the Uvprymn up In lowed by I,nsio, Bates, Ollle Williams sBsflBIK muF m toss trsnsjuted. The total ad artua. It hna lioon a lmlt with tht ? Bagerman and Dixon, with 117. buy the same qualities we lwnw effurtUA July I, Is eukle nun to run their buirelfg 4xK lssl Thore nro probably 100 iui do, but it takes a big busi-- s 'j m tn wroct. tioclnlly on Saumlu) sporltimuu on tho grounds Today fihlo VoJIoy states will rHlvo ,imk room In the hrn for hitch i ness to handle big quantithe shoot begins proper. $300 added Ian their proportionate share, to &hJf!r sSSHlsSsWsBRSSSSm. money will make tho days program 3S luitmnattra In Hint region will Ihb pu'pswea. rrtday mornliiK Ma ties our big trade is rejS BHBRISSSSSSHSSSHsPSslsisSSSsflsm an interesting one. .eJ. while only 23 will 1m re- - ahal TJIIlrn nerwd nolle on thom a cognized. well hh otliera w1io wr ulng thr Prcs. S. L. Dodds, assisted by the f j consequence of a diminution ptn-wth'U during the year. fur ttrIc.UR !mlkir puriMisoa reception committee, is doing everyloads with 1 Incrrnee am! la & The thuryinuu pilt their UiirrIih thing possible to show our visitors up with eight decreasss; III- - In u good liiuu. TIioho who could not SSSBkSsiJb!c9P- JhHHisbssssssT tUlrlarn nnd fulkmed tlil com iin ,s inbrcair and alt do- - jlHano with the law with n porltl-rftH- l get rooms it tho hotels nro being "? West Viralnla baa 12 In- to hitch or facd horwn com entertained in the homes of the city. ahd hrw decreases, and Ken- MRS ELIZABETH SEAT any Inn to tho bn.ru; eanMiticntly A dozen or moro aut03 havo been IB Increases and six decreases. DIES AT AGE OF 65. , placed at tho uisposal of the gun nuwlier or otiatomori Itave Ucn rradjint-luck-y twine are part of thw tMriwd off lnK tlijn They aay thcr club, as were also a nutnbor of gaho- Mrs. Elizabeth A. Seal died at V. A. Hlnshaw is no loom wlian thair btigRti-- nri Flrrea JI.700 to II SOO; hn lino launches. hoco In Crutchfield last Friday of JULXiE JNO. FELAND, OF HOPKINSVILLE, KY. v to 12.700: lit t!i barn running hourly excursions on tho fer umti. ii.nw ternoon about 4 o'clock after a brii'31 ,111c. ItwiO to 11.100; Caraiv IbHt ry iAt the fltml rwiilt will ba Who presided and the Up ft t.M In f 1.6(H): flatlotta. at the May term of Fulton Circuit Court andbetween the city is servinggrounds illness. Drop3y was the cause of her lunch the U. D. C. i hh m HAftO r lint mi tl tnn la not known death. t J.Trn.ft II.JiMI to JIJOO-- J It in aultl that a criMlH merchant there. Hundreds of local visitors Deceased was born at Nashville, '. 10 i eggs for setting. Mrs. A. K. McCon- many of them ladles are watching in. wanted o put ail his empty Imxea IV"" I tTTTTTTtTtTTTTtTTTTT TenD.. G5 years ago, but had been n SJSi-flFranklln.1.700 to on the lifcok atrrftt. He was yafused 33tfc ncll. Hickman. Route 3. the sport. Weather conditions are L(llawow, I.K)fl to IJ.IW); resident of Fulton county for moro , nnd ho oontciided Iw I1.wh to it iw. (Jtrenrll u. ihM prlvlli-RHMrs J H Park has rented, thor. ideal and some world's records are than 43 years. Previous to her nmr-- . k'f'.OoO. llirtinturx. had aa much Tight to tire tho atroot oughly i lilted nnd nowly furnished expected to be mado on the Hickman rlage, she was a Miss MatloctetXTuS, Ulrkraan 11 ;o to ).&: for a atJjroom nTi tho llvorymon nndj HATKS-OnO- eut per Word por Week 1 field. many years she was raemb . t; the Meyrs plnce in West Hickman UniU In Aaauc. IWR. t.SH to IIimv vyhl-cla ? and will C sn to l2.r.oo. Home Guve. others had to uso It for Into furnish first-clns- s t board and Methodist church a contjOtlOnS, etC. Lx t f XX ' 'r i i t"T if- It rus up to tho Council six WflMM); LasmnRf. Hjm to . nice clean rooms at reasonable Yottd, Christian lady. 1 ;i loLOCAL OPTION inr(wicr. IIJ(K) to ILOAi. SeeOurStocL t one and halt A down of tho other. WAJ4THD: Day boardors.-- ai 2tD os. . acquaintance was largeMllglTp.t0.unto ELECTION IS CALLED. Or.burx HJiOO to I1J60: LauS. I IlMIia. Mm niw nilluir. ,. P&.tyl'iin J ,- -. ". kn.iw her loved her. She . i;40 i4. IfclBite --MatloiU Ccjunty Judge W. A. Naylor Mondifl thote tender syn.pnthles which p ki (fc CO izano: MklillMborn I2 1O0 UIIBSSMAKING: Mrs. Bula Sal tys bast farms, fivo iiiIIh oast of Mllprlurr J1.100 to quite ar lnconHhine to farmers Ihi ordered an election to he held In kindness and gentleness of splr Nli linlltlMllc. 1.700 In tl Ron- - who ne 4 sutblo service One toun-llma- man, noxt to LaCIedo Hotel. public roads, switch Fulton on Thursday, July 21, to de Hlekman. on two '"" Mrs, Stat Is survived by "" """ " lifboro $t.om to J.t 100. Owrntoti, ihlnkH thu action tnken by and wnlgg. on corner. Liberal terms termine whether or not spiritual, vin children: ! J. T. Seat, ) i whj. rmiutaii. njen to KOH SALU: Sweet Potato Slips eon of the lhvrynieti la nteroly for vry little cash wanted. Mrs. Hi. ous nnd malt liquors shall be sold Lizzie Hicks, Logan Scat, Mrs. l'alntivillp 30t to $1 r.Ofl, II. L. Curlln, Woodland V MoDnnlol, all kinds. Slnto Lino, Ky. ltfc Hon Sl.X00iofl.9M; nichmond. reUllatliM nnd ho will make nn of-f- c In tho city of Fulton and named Finch, II. N., Simp and Oscar S3 111V "V to 12.4'W: ScolHIMo. J 1.30 to rt to Rwt ground nnd ero.tt n In rue Mills, Tonn. FOR SAIiE: 3 mares. 4 colts nnd July in as a special registration day. Burial was had Saturday afti Smith' to hitching 4hod (hat vill be tree foi Orovc. f 1.100 4 nice rooms over FOR IIBNT The election commissioners for tho at Rock Springs, after brief stl 3 sows and pigs. J. II. Saunders4p Tarorlllc. fl.ftrtO to J1.1M: nil. county will meet in Fulton on July O. K. Uarbur Shop on Clinton street. stor. 2 400 to UMiOO. conducted by Rev. McQlll. roaaPM 5 for Iho purpose of naming the elecio ! Harry Ulllcon. naniweii. life jndon. $1,700 to fl.fieO; May- You enn't shoot through some steak Mrs. Ida Cox. of Aberdeen, Miss; tion officers. too to IS.100: Mldwar. S1.40 FUKK- A talephono directory of As thematter now stands, there Is Miss Virginia Prather returr sold In Hickman, but. that is not Uie the Hickman Home Telephone Co . Mrs Nora nurnctt of Corinth Miss, l'5V,)0 Siift Nixrt.i inn 40 to 13,100; tf. tt I kind sold by tho Hickman Grocery by calling and O U Kindred, of Martin, who no longer any doubt about the ele- day from Parugould, Ark., wly" . T."' ' in v.,wvv. at this office Co If you want bctpr meat, glvo have been guests of W II Routen, ction being held and the two parties was bridesmaid at tho 7,V " aethw. KNEELINQ IN PEW. interested are preparing for n finish Irian IHnnilin lloll m.m them a trial, It coats & pir cnt less ic (keliit. 1 SALIC White Plymouth Itock left for their homes this morning FOll fight. C. L. Walker and family, Miss tie Alma Kellner Wat Seen by a Parker, Miss Cecil Barnes nnd Miss Louisville Woman on Day Miss Virginia Shumate left this Frnnkye Reid and Hollis Kirk spent She Met Death. morning for- - her home In Newborn, Sunday at Three States, tho guests Tonn., after spending several days of Alex Barnes and family. le. Ky. Alma Kellner rcacht hn's churoh on tho mornlni; with her brother, C. P. Shumate, and Union City, Fulton and other neighbcr 8 Just as mass was clos- wife. boring cities are well represented at iknecllng In her pew sho said Rev. M. L. Blaney, former pastor tho big shoot today. era. unconsoloua that before of the Christian Church, came in yesIs was over she was to fall vie-Mrs. Darby and daughter, of Flo. y fiend terday from Dyersburg to spond a once, Ala., are visiting, her slste llxabcth Dollc raw tho child few days with friends. vn the aisle, take n soat In a Mrs. S. D. Luten. Alio middle of tho church, nnd THE RIVER: Rising, 31 feet on Mrs. J. B. Housley and cnlldren tnoro until Ron ices were oor. Indications are that Cairo guage. hlle was attracted to tho child the present water will reach 35 or 36 aro visiting In Nashville. tardiness. ) fe:t, but not more. Dave Bryant Is hero from Unlor. Dollo watched her arlso from City. lot" -- her In the crowd, at. but Ed Wren, of tho transpdrtatlou de.IS sho reached tho open, howecr. partment of the N. C. & St. L., Is W K. Hall was hero from Fultoi d, she saw Alma standing In tho Monday. hero in a private car on business. of Walnut strcot shadlnc her ooO looking up the street. nd o now It was Alma, I couldn't he Pattern Hats, In I noticed nor very closely, o Trimmed Hats, tow exactly how sho was drees worth 12.00, for o worth 3.00, for kid Mrs Uolle "As I turned tho ertlslng o and wnlkcd out Clay street to Trimmed Hats, Trimmed Hats, mo. I saw her standlnK In tho o by worth 8.00, for of tho strcot boforn tho church worth 2.50, for. y Week o up the street hs though sho o Trimmed Hats, CENT Chifforobes Chiffoniers expcctnK somebody to come FOR Children's Hats, I told Father Schul mann about worth 5.50, for.. IYEEK. o worth 2.00, for weeks after the child dlsap- o Dining HU8TUNQ POST. MASTERS. I t V I New-York- 3Ri9!tsslHQssssssH , jm VssB' IHIBBBflssf n ntl a Helm Ellison fJA s Ieffffp i rt. X J $M; il) Courier Want Column a. f- - mmmmwffu D n fSkrco !".. . , r ii.o li i ,iiJ JURJY .L,Yn f. 'wttl S Grand ClearingtSale of ;r si MIL L INEM Y 6.98 v Our Millinery Department overflowing with bargains. Saturday, the first day of the sale, a great success. 9 1.98 4.98 1.48 Off. Watch This Space WHAT YOU 'Tables Library Tables Stand Tables ITIi- -l ! 3.48 .98c LADIE8 OF THE PRE8DY- ,N CHURCH WILL SERVE R DURING THE GUN SHOOT E BUILDING LATELY OCCU- JBY NAYLOR'S BOOK STORE. ItS FROM 7 TO 9 p. m. Trimmed Hats, worth 4.00, for 2.48 Bed Room Suits Flowers f to oooO Princess Dressers Wardrobes China Closets j Tay WANT j TUI and, es- - Fulton Elocrtlc Light & Power watt sold nt auction Saturday. Hooks, of Clarksdalu, Mies., to highest bidder, tho amount r23,0(JO. Sale Lasts All The Week Come early and get choice of styles. erf Sofas IN. Center Tables Pedestals Etc., Etc. up-to-da- Sideboards Sectio'l Bookcases Furniture LodL . Oonovlvo Campbell, of Clinton, ahnni I). Allen, of Union City, nlted in mnrrlngo at iho homo brldo, Thursday. Holcombe and family, of iiillc, Miss., nro hero vlsltlnc; (her, C A Holcombe V. Bran and all Li& lttitiiri . $9 pp-- Everything to be found in an Furniture Store INCORPORATED te JQ CO. J - - T Mary KolleVi of FtiltoJ Df MlBa RutUI Kltlsnu IttUel t, i- -a HICKMAN FURNITURE Cn, Kentucky. ( MUV ' '- - -- T--. ' m(mvrvMUimikiiMtiUlltlii 'imimM i" : "A- 4 ') SATURDAY, JUNE Will mark the first day of the biggest sale ever held in this town. ltb WE have moved our 3tock of. Diy Goods fro1 stores beyond their capacity, and in orde; will inaugurate a two weeks' Consolidation Sale, cc Saturday, July 2nd will be the last day. June 18th and Conti It is simply a business proposition of the cost. we are forced to make this COME FIRST and get the cream of the sa-gardles- s g; Dry Goods and Dress Goods 3,000 yards of Standard Cdlico, sale price 5,000 yards of the best Calico on earth, sale pric Yard wide Brown Domestic, worth 8c, sale price 2c Cress Ginghams, sale price 15c Dress Ginghams, sale price 5c white Dre3s Goods, sale price 0c white Dress Goods, sale price 25c white Dress Goods, sale price, 45c Faulard Silk sale price 65c Silk all colors sale price .25 Silk all colors yd. wide sale price. 50c all wool Dress Goods sale price 65c all wool Dress Goods sale prie 85c all wool Dress Gods sale prica 1.00 ond 1.25 all wool Dress Goods saU price.. 1 1 1 1 1 -. Ladies' and Children's Slippers and Shoes 5c 6c 7c 9c 8c The biggest stock of shoes wc evc&had in our hous. and as wc are compelled to reduce this stock y have decided to cut the prices so low that you caii help from buying enough shoes to Inst you for a ytj or more. 2.7$ 3.50 Shoes and Slippers, sale priqc ( ! 'Jfe. 10c -- llc d - ..23c 45c 90c 29c S5c .118c 3.00 2.50 2.00 I " M , M " ,. 2.25 -- life J'. I " ,j r " " " - 1.85 1.4:5 " M JO 45c 90c t 1.00 ." " " 1.15 75c r White Table Linen, worth 40c per yd. White Table Linen, worth 65c per yd. White Table Linen, worth 75c per yd. White Table Linen, worth 1.25 per yd. Red and Blue check Table Linen per yd Big Lot of nice Lawn per yd . 10c Dress Lawn sale price. 12j and 5c Dress Lawn sale price 25c and 35c Dress Lawn sale price Ladies' Summer Vests, 0c value , 12 -- 2c value. 25c value Waists, 75c value White Lawn 1.75 value 2.50 value 1 1 1 rv Hop)e tsieacnea Domestic v ! s r ic " Embroideries and Laces m 25c . rd ti L- - 48c ... .... ., . . . ,, 4?c 8c 55c 95c 23c 10c 18c 7Mrar .a litlfcnM Wmki . . .&j n 3k ii mw MmOmmWr J ii r it it t f ! Will be arranged in lots priced at 4c, 5c, '7j,ic and 10c per yard' Matting and Rugs China Matting, 15c value, sale price 30c iS 121 w J5c 9c 1.25 1.42 19c 48c 30c 35c 3x6 Axminstcr Rugs " 27x58 " 27x58 Velvet Jap Matting, " " " '! 22 22c 24c .MM.INWI M..MI-M j f ..... ...f.. . . 0U 1.35' .. .rik Dress Skirts Big line of them in all colors. They are worth from 5.00 to 8.50 Specially priced Art Squares will be reduced to Cost Price. I Suit Cases 1.50 Suit Cases sale price " .. t 98c w m $2.95, $3.95, $4.95 Lace Curtains We have some special values in white and dark colors, 3 very wide curtain, worth 2.50 yards long, uJi ' as Sale Price 18 AND S1.25 PffiJI 4 jJM " 2.00 " 2.50 3.50 and 4.00 6.00 Leather 7.50 " 1.48 1.98 " 2.98 4.48, " " 5.98 fY .. n m IM Do not fail to attend this great bargain opportunity. We have too man; largest part, therefore it will be a money saver to you as this stock SALE BEGINS SATURDAY, JUNE CLOSES SATURDAY, JULY 2 Theonly sale of the season, the first and the last sale, so be sure and come and A xj- your share. - 1 Every tSnq Sold ,r .j for Cash '"-- - rfSfcSt .ahftu" 0 .1 Onty at this a5 AV i w THE HICKMAN COURIER "Crti Wttttrn Ktntntkt LH thi "Bra" SPEER & P08TMA8TER 8TEPHEN8 GETS MORE SALARY. ies In I Ik V n: In all of tho most Important citWestern Kentucky, tho postJubierlptttn SI a " Thli pnper top masters received, either a $100 InwhiMt jour iHlMcrlptltui expire. You uiit crease lu tholr salary or u slight THe UeurMr twi m you (to poaioge iiampt: Cm hi AdVMiee. W nutke M exception decrease. Tho adjustments are made accord-luto tho voluino of business which Weuldn't Run a Paper thoy do each year, and as Hickman's M. TnH, 010 or our good frieuds on postal receipts havo increased, Koute 2," 1 couvorsatlon with three Stephens was given a ralso friends lu this offlco tialurduy, suld, Of 100. "1 Ud rather do auythiug Uiau try Mayfield and Ilardwcll were the to run a MuwiiMtpor. Tliero nru too only two cities In Western Kentucky, WAHjr things to aggravate a mau. OnHard-we- ll who received a "knock-down.- " ly last week gho ot my neighbors was was hit hard for a $300 decrease kicking ataut sotuo Hutu lu tUu Cour- whUc- Mayflcld was let off with a ier, Hud all other paper, 1 suppose, leave off of $100. havo tut) name trouble." This U true Tho annual readjustment of tho salIt la unfortunate that a uowspaper aries for thu past few years has placcaunot b Kottuu out lu a manner that ed Hickman ou tho Hit of thono who wHl j4ew all. IJut, "Mr. Neighbor," have been given a "handout." Tho whoever yoi aro( did you over re- postmasters that received iiivrcmnrS your contemplative iuoiuuuu, flect, lu are. Paducuh, $3.1!00 to $3,300; Clin wfct'ii tho tuoou la boatulug, when tbu ton. Ml. 500 to I1.G00; Hickman, whlpporwill slugs lu the tree, , vrhou to $1,800; Hopklnsvllle, $2,C00 to tLo klivd man snore lu thu Jott, tho $2,C00. Tho decreases were: May yHw dog sleep ou tho lea, uud tbu field, $2,400 o $2,300; Il.irdwcll, $1, wutulto.goU lu hta work did you fitHUo-UO- O. over reflect In such time upon tho Idea that a paper containing only accounts of Uio editor1! ovsu private AMATEUR GARDENING! business would bo apt to provo moNO MORE FOR ME. notonous to tho general publlcT Tho No uioro for me, might stand It for a .while, but In thu Tho gardening. end II would bo a thorn la tho side No more tho gleo ' and a woarlaena to tho Beh, and all Of jocund spring. that con of thing. No, brother, thu I gladly dug trttu odltor'a business la to uinVo orUp oil tho scene urybody't buslnc kk. business. So With thought to lug ' tkoro'a so use In making a chronic Tho Iloston bean kicker of yourself for anyone. In by tho peck From tho saino lot. And now, by heckl All I havo got Is grief and wool I put them In, How after row, Twenty-Fiv- e With gleeful grin, With polos to nmv On j now I frown I put each ono proves that it In up sldo downl When I wns through SPREADS BEST Tho soil upburst WEARS BEST And each bean grew Out back end flrstl LOOKS BEST Tho talo Is true-- On COSTS LEAST every sprout That poked up through . Tho Van came outl I plucked thoro out-E- ach one and frowned HIGH STANDARD Turned Uivut about And In tho ground Stuck them again, With tho right side Upward, and then Each blamed bean dtcdt No mora for mo Tho gardening. No more tho gleo For Sale by Of Jocund spring; No digging, or No beans, in fact, That's no way for (Incorporated) A bean to act! SEXTON. PUBLISHERS g Post-Piaster $1.-70- & iuiiiinci W k fM r f vuuivuig d m -- v, A g r ON.A- - IssVn DETROIT THE KIND THAT WONT EXPLODE i $ vKil N239Wgm GASOLINE STOVE I 1 i You Can Test Them for Yourself HICKMAN HARDWARE CO. (INCORPORATED) KENTUCKY WIRF TAPS. I Lj Years -- Trial Practical Fashions CHILD'S COAT. Lowe Brothers Palmolive The soap perfecttoilet made from Palm and Olive oils. For delicate, beautiful complexions. Cowgill's Drug Store zjmmm i For every member of the family; and If you want to buy a farm or town property, call at tho Courier office. For every toilet use. Hi i IK Mrs. Joyner returned to Union City Church growth In tho United States has been greater than tho incraso Saturday after a visit to hor daugh In population between tho years 1900 ter, Mrs. Sid Wlloy. nnd 190C, according to spccclal cenMra. P. M. Ryan mado tho trip to sus report on tho census ot religious Parts Pattern No. 3208, All Seams Ashport and return on tho Mengel Allowed. The little folki require new bodies for 190C. Hox Co, with Chpt. llyan. spring outer wraps as well as their f elders, and the various innovations In W. O. Bhanklo la a now man on . l'rof. II. F. Gabby a'nd family left faahloss find their way Into the jutho Pulton pollco forco. Oh, you Wednesday night for their former venile garments, too, as for Instanco, homo nt Mnys Lick, whero they will the little coat here pictured which has schemes a wide shawl collar, Dutch cuffs and a spend tho summor . single button closing. It is provided, Mrs. S. L. Codds nnd children fe moreover, with a removable shield and Mrs. Anna Well left last week for Is altogether as pratty n little wrap a short visit to friends In Chicago ll! mod Saturday from a enrouto to hor summer homo in Chnr- - visit to hor sister, Mrs. Den Kuykcn- - as a small girl could wish for. As shown, the coat Is mado of white ' da!!, In Scooba, Miss. lotto, Mich. heavy linen, the collar, cuffs and pock-et- a being hand scalloped, and a single large pearl button closes the fronts. The pattern Is cut In four sites 2 to 8 years. For a child 4 years old the cont requires 2H yards of material 86 Inches wldo. 1 two-week- Palmolive Helm & Ellison Alex. Stono visited homo folks Milan, Tonn., last week. A runabout wagon Is greatly preferred to a runabout wife. lOo o The fifth trial of the damage suit of Mrs. Ilolden Lewis, tdmlnlstratrlx ot her late husband, against the Mayflold Lumber Co.cdme to a clono when the Jury, after deliberating for three hours, returned a verdict for $3,000. In three previous trials there was a hung Jury. In one trial a verdict was given In favor of the defendant, but a new trial was granted. Central City. Ky. Dr. A. D. Jamc3, aged 00 years, former congressman from tho Third district Slates marshal at Loulsvlllo, after a long Illness, during which he suffered excruciating pain, died nt Pen-rohis country home. The end was very peaceful. Dr. James passing away In his sleep. For many months tho patient had been In declining health, suffering from maladies for which fio could And no relief. Frankfort, Ky. One of the victims of pickpockets In Frankfort on cnpltol dedication day, It has Just developed, was Gov. J. C. S. Blackburn, who lost ubout ySO In currency. He docs not know when It was taken from his pocket or how, but missed the money after ho reached home. f!ov. Blackburn did not tell cf his loss, and mado no report of it to the pollcwln Frankfort. Louisville. W. L Vorles, 93, former- ly prominent in polfjcs and one of the oldest Masons In Kentucky, died while on a visit here. He was bora neu Campbellsburg. Usury county. Mayfield rash Book Store J10,-On- Splendid Selection 2 ,? New Books Cards, Notions, etc. Call nnd Bee Our Stock Kverytlilng te and-Unit- ed Mary Berendes & Co. well-know- n :r rj WOOL s JMDESandruR; MsjPniwA 4 we I WE BUY j en m Tit list. Mtt tec tm l&ii ifeU M coauaisstM surtkiits. Ktfc(cct: it mk U ummiiit. nt ivna Wwl Bt Fttt U W M. SABEL & SMS krptkt dii. Liwnilk, Bi. iHUr Wfifc Kt . st HAVE YOU TRIED at d $100 REWARD $100. to. bo T. T. Swnyne and C. T. Uondnrant wero in TIptonville last Thursday. :H A RECORD SMASHER Our business this year, so far, has exceeded any year in our history a regular record smasher. There 13 only one way we can account for it it is evident that High Quality Low0 Prices have gotten these results. LUMBER, BUILDING and If you are in the market for of any kind, . MATERIALS, PAINTS, BRICK, WINDOW GLASS SCREEN WIRE, Etc,, remember we have the goods, and can make the prices on mighty short notice. W. A. DODDS "The Lumber Man" Cf is Did you know wo could make that requires a constitutional treatment. 5c all Fountains old suit look llko new. Schmidt tho Hall's Catnirh Curo Is taken Internally, acting directly upon tho blood and Tailor. raucous aarfacos of the system, thereby destroying tho foundation of the If your groceries havo not proven disease, and giving tho patient entirely satisfactory try trading with utrength by building up tho constitu- o TRY A COURIER C. H. Moore. tion and assisting nature In doing its o SIZE., NO. 320. own work. The proprietors havo so 0 WANT AD. . A. E. DoBow, Frhnk Von Borrlos much fa'th In tho curative powors NAME The Cheapest aavemsing thoy offer Ono Hundred Dollars o and V. II. Bryan, of Louisville, wout thut for any case that It faiU to cure. o Medium t. Keaa ny to O'Brien's Landing-.Friday- . TOWN for list of testimonials. o 3,000 People tvery ween 8TTIEET AND NO. Mrs. M. Lawson arrived hero on Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., O COSTS ONLY UNt UENI tho Str. Bees Leo enroutu to Bre STATE Ohio. o PER WORD PER WEEK. vard's Crossing to visit relatives. Sold by all druggists, 7Ec. o THE ALLEN PORTABLE BATH Mrs. O. W. Wndo is roport'ed very Tako Hull's Family Pills for constia low of at her pation. APPARATUS. homo In Mayfield. Mrs. Wnde was Thoro was a tlmo when proper bath formerly Miss Florence Wilson nnd Ing facilities dopended altogether un-- . for spino tlmp hnd charge of tho on bath rooms and theso wero not ab dressmaking department nt Smith & solutely proper according to hygienic Ambtrg's. laws unless equipped with appliances for administering tunssago. show There Is lUtlo or nothing known We are in the market for all kinds of Grain, Hay and, es er and friction baths. It' Is also true with certainty with regard to tho Inpecially Wheat. vention of glass. Homo of tho oldoRt that bath rooms could not ho Install without running water without great specimens are ngyptlnn nnd are tracexpense. Whilo theso conditions still ed to about 1,000 years before Christ. exist nnd always will last In refer- Transparent glass Is believed to havo o on reasonable terms. Orders for Flour, Meal, Bran and all ence to bath rooms, the Allen Porta-bi- o boon first used about 7G0 years tho Chrlstlnu era. Tho credit Bath Apparatus is proving a Godkinds of Feed Stuff filled on short notice. send to thousands of peoplo in all of tho Invention Is a famlllnr one, by parts Of tho world. tho Phoenician merchnnts who rested DAHNKE-WALKE- R MILLING CO. Tills popular household necessity Is their cooking pots on blocks of na ot soda) furl sold by tho local agent L. A. Brock. tron (subcarbonato oruaauaD, found glass produced by tho union lloiiin l'hono Hickman, Kentucky Uumtx-rlniiW und,r heat of the alkali and the sand . JUK at Ilalm A Wlfatoa'a. ou the a!tori 'S "A 3F Si-n- Tho reder.i ot this paper will bo 2!cased to learn thn thero Is at least one dread-disease that science has been ablo to cure In all its stages, nud that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh ("utt Is Lie only positive cure now known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional dlseaso, 1 O000000000000O o o 0 o o o o o t To-k-J- o, u typhoid-pneumoni- O000000000000O WI1CAT WANTED a, s. as.. r i:-is- virtr Klt HHaHMsasMwwM .k. :e ... p wfr .ca-j"j- . --V . .- -- . 3T IHv ' i v Telephone 65 for Plumbing and PROHIBITION WAVE RECEDING Tinwork-JOH- N -- cotton Business Directory ASK FOR'RATES- VVS2S Buy Ice Coupon Books AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL No ice will be charged. The drivers will cither collect cash or coupons. Don't expect them to credit you, for they will be charged with each book, and will have to account for the ice they take out for delivery. I ;.t r Predict Time When Brewer Will Aid Reformer. Washington. Predicting the time when tho browor will be found working with the real nnd practical reform er In tho interest of truo temperance. President Carl J. Foster opened the fiftieth convention of the United States Brewers' Association hero Wednesday. A resume of conditions throush the itates, presented to the convention by the committee, charges In effect that prohibition In many states prohibit nothing at all. Tho sale of beer has Increased 90.000,000 gallons and the sale of spirits has bounded upward 11, 000 000 gallons. BLEACHED Gat Used KanBSB In REMAN Everybody will find on a remnant, counter some-You'- ll thing they can use to advantage. find an - WOODLAWN DAIRY. A. H. Leet, Prep. Host of Milk and Uuttor delivered. Home Those No. 27. McMURRY & Overflowing Remnant Counter in the back part of our store. s Attorneys Offlco st Law FLAT over Hickman Drug Company' Hickman, Ky. BETTERSWORTH A PRATHER Groceries City Delivery; FLOUR Up Iron Pipe. HARMFUL Whitening Process Eats This rule will not apply to soda fountains, butcher shops, fish docks and other large users of ice, as their accounts will be on file at our office. f Hickman Ice & Coal Co. (INCORPORATED.) ar. rv. T)IT iTiOU, Mniinsoi'. City. Wllartw In tho 'bleached flour" caso testified that tho s Kits used in the AUop bltarhing had destroyed rubber .hose and through which it pnsed. iruu Samuel T Mallard of Loularllle. Ky., stud he used the Alsop process In his mill from 1901 to 1909. Tho gas ato ut tho iron pipes, ho said. Uthlp C'omstock of Kllsworih. Kan., testified that a pltice of rubber hone- he jscd in conveying gas Into his bleaching madiiuery had been rotted ryiU pro-t-it-- Hundreds of Remnants, of all kinds of goods, priced less than the cost of manufacture. t "Best of both phonos No. Everting" Is. pli gqme'early and get the pick COURIER REALTY COMPANY Phene No. 21 Will Bell that place and got you other. No business, no iy. an- I Smith & Amberg" 1 AUTOMOBILES A CURSE TO OUR COUNTRY. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Funeral Directors and Embalnitrs. Phone 20, alght or day. Hlckmaa, Ky. NKSZKSSS OR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. entlet Davidson's old sued. 1'hoaa No. 2. Hlckmaa, Ky. GRAY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP (Humlksr's Old Stand) Lowest prices far horseshoeing. Wood and Iron Work. HICKMAN Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. Name Men to Meet Teddy. Washington. Prosldcut Taft asked Secretary of tho Navy Meyer nnd Sec retary of Agriculture Wilson, both of whom wero lu the Roosevelt cabinet to go to New York June IS to meet Col. Roosevelt on his return from Africa. FIFTY LIVES LOST IN ROME Ambassador Lelihman Makes a Repert of Quake. Washington. Ambassador Lclsbman at Homo, In a telegram to the state department, reports that the earthquake has caused loss of llfo estimated at from twenty to fifty, with a large number Injured. The population In the affected district was In a state of great alarm. So far as known, Am bassDdor Lelshman said, no Americans bad suffered. EARLY FROST 13 PREDICTED THIS YEAR. Save 5 on your Grocery Bil- lOur coupon system Is being heartily endorsed by everyone. This Is evident from the Increase In our bust ness. And whyT Because It SAVES YOU 5 PER CENT. YOU KEEP YOUR PAY OULY There aro so many men coursing about tlio country In automobiles and their pleasuro absorbs such a largo share of tho productive capital of the country that Chancellor James Day, of Syracuse University It is becoming a question If tho automiblle Is not a curse to the country. Tho chancellor was speaking to tho graduating class of the unlver slty on nnd ha cboso tho nutomobllo as a "broad and apparent Illustration of luxury that too otteu Is not sacrificed. "Young mechanics and clerks and business men' he said, "who need at' of their capital, aro mortgaging tholr homes by the thousands and losing their positions often by thlr Infatuation with this form of pleas, ure. "It Is said that about five hundred million dollars aro Invested In the automobile trade, and this enormous capital Is That Is, It adds comparaUvely nothing to the wealth of the people, but on the contrary, absorbs 1L "It moans 90 per cent of wasted money anil wanted tlmo. A certain por cant returns In business uses and wholesome rest and recreation. "I know the criticism that will bo suro to co mo because of what will be called an attack on great Indus try, but 1 address myself to the In a good of thing. I erapbaslio Ijjck of Is accountable, tho chancellor believes, for a lower marrlaco rate. "If you want to know," ho said, "why men marry less than of old, perhaps tho scorct is In the falso whim of supporting a wife. lie cannot nford to support a wife, tho bachelor says. No woman ought to consent to bo such k wife. Sho ought to say: '1 am not seeking or consenting to bo supported. There will be two of us. It I cannot earn as much as you, I can savo rnoro. Wo will plan together.' "Tho groatest woman Is tho woman who brings to a man a homo. Sho Is greater than tho suffragutto or tho fuinalo temperance lecturer." -solf-donlalsolf-donl- It HARNESS CO. A. J. Wright, Manager, ...ABSOLUTE SAFETY... is the basis that we offer to depositors. Other inducements are of secondary importance. Upon this guarantee we Makers and Dealers in Harness, Repair Work a Specialty. SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE 11. We are Agents for the OLDEST Insurance Compofi! in Hickman They are companies that have been here longer (ban any ot.i-eIt your property Insured? It It too late when the alarm sounds to think of a policy. r. HUOHANAN, l'rmldont PIKKlTOIUi (J. J. A. It. Tbrelkcltl Dr. THOMPSON. Cntbler J. J. (Vllomlurnnt II. Iluclinnnu T. A.Ledford It. M. Tiler J. J. W Alexander M. Hubbard Our Stock is Complete and ABSOLUTELY THE BEST J Millionaire Canned Goods Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products - Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas Call on or Telephone u when In need of UltOOKKIlSH. or FKK7STITKKB. FUKtiH MKATH J. P. Tuckor, a woll known farmer residing on Jho outskirts of tho city has brought to this otitic somo fully grown cooklo burs. Tho stalks on which the burs grow arc only about six Inches high. Mr. Tuckor has lived about three score years but ho says he has never before soon grown cocklo burs this early in tho soason. Other old Inhabitants say they have never scon them this early In tho year and that It Is a sign of early frost. Fulton Loader. Miss Vera Thomas, of Oakton, nan hero Friday. OW.'l ACCT. FOR WHAT YOU Do it NOW GET. MAKE8 YOU MORE ECONOML CAL. GIVES THE CASH CUC7CMER MORE FOR HIS MONEY. R. T. TYLER, Agent SAVES US SALARY. A BOOKKEEPER'S FOR Telephone 6 3 Deliveries ENABLES US TO SELL LESS MONEY. NO BAD Ledford & Randall --m J Mrs. Ii. G. Clark, of State Lino, was horo Friday tihopplng, - ACCOUNTS TO BE CHARGED TO PAYING CUSTOMER. YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR GRO. CERY BILL IS EVERY DAY. LAUNDRY -- AT- Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices Tolophono 183 for your wants lu the grocery lino. Caso & Son, I have tho grades and prices. Do not forget to have your grocor fill your order sold by Travis. Somo folks find out how far a dollar wl'l go by seolng how far they can go on WE CARRY THE BEST LINE OF GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS IN HICKMAN. AND AGAIN Lose Your Money And It's Gone K But if you lose your check book, we will give - '. ' you another. In this lies the safety in paying all bills with bank checks. Your, money is secure with us, yet ready to use as you require it. You are tempting the "hold-u- p man" so long as you carry a roll of bills. . Better keep your cash in this bank and rest easy. SAVES YOU 6 PER CENT. TRY IT ONE MONTH. a dollar. In Union City Sunday Mrs. Wiley returned to hor home after a visit to her son, Sid Wiley, and family. YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Hickman Grocery Co., 8ALTILLO PILOT GUILTY OF GROSS CARELES8NE88. Over Illness Power Don't criticise your doctor' because medicine prescribed by Iilm fails to have the desired effect. The prescription may have been Rood, but the Ingredients dispensed poor. Give the doctor a fair show by taking his prescriptions to a druggist who makes a pofnt of dispensing only pure drugs of right potentcy drugs that have the power to overcome illness. Tested drugs only are used here, and skilled pharmacists do the compounding. You should have the best procurable when combating sickness, V We are at your service. rrLH r;cii ii i,iWBr8Bimiaga E7"i gHMHH iVHMfi $65, 000.00 Capital and Surplus, ''. . ,v H: TA m 000000000 coo A. M. TYLER Attorney at Law I am now located at Padu-cabut will continue to practice In the courts of Fulton county and will be In Hickman tvery 2nd and 4th Monday. h, loycott of Amorlcal goods, which la to extend all over China, is the plan formulated at a meeting hold at tho headquarter of tho San Francisco Cblnejiu Chamber of Commerce. O o I: a o o . c - Somo of tho Doozltod of Fulton nru trying to got Masonry mixed up In their liquor fight. They will do wsl! to reflect before, they start something lu thin line. ea : O a beooo e a, Archibald Gordon and Win. J. McDonald, fedorul steamboat Inspectors ul St. Ixmls, Thursday found Kdwin W. A. Illnshaw, now solo owner Poll, pilot of the Stenmboat City of of tho lllckmnn-Doron- a forry lino, Snltlllo, guilty of carelessness and in- tins had a force, of men engaged for attention to duty in connection with Hevurnl dnys In overhauling, painting tha sinking of tho boat nt (Hon Park, und othorwlso Improving tho boats Mo., May 11 and revoked his llcuiitte. used In this service. Tho "Dixie," -, .ftSft. ISM JFt Yl- -' Twelve persons lout tholr lives In the largost ono of the fleet of four tho wreck, Including a number of boats, hns been remodclol to such prominent Tonucssuans, an extent that sho doesn't look like Tho finding of tho Inspectors Is tho Humo boat . JUDGE WISE. that "tho sinking of tho stcumer und Mr. Illnshaw seems to bo giving Business Philosopher. tho loss of llfo wero duo to careless-iies- s absoluto satisfaction In tho ferry and Inattention to tho duties business. Ills regular schodulo for "When a man Is In hard luck, he Intrusted to you as pilot lu charge leaving Hickman Is 8 nnd 10 a. rv.., needs only to remember that rough of tho navigation of tho vessel nt nnd 2 nnd 4 p. m., excopt Saturday, seas make good sailors," saya the tha tlmo." on whlh day boats will come and Judge, "but he will anchor at a safe go nt nny hour requested. Copt. harbor If he buys his drugs from the J. A. Mooro nnd wlfo loft for "Jim Doots" will bo nt tho wheel. -0Hickman Drug Co. Drug service at Loulsyillo, Thursday, after spending T.' A, Stark raado a buslncRS trip this store Is unexcelled; they handle several days with homo oiks hero. to Humboldt, Tonn., last wcok. only the purest and best to be had FOR SALE: A good bottom farm dispense It with the greatest care of over 200 acres. $38 per aero will and Mrs. T. J. Mnlono, of Union City, Prices are reasonable, service prompt. buy it; dou't luuulro unless you menn visited Hickman relntlven ant week. Adjoining farms hold at nnd at all times courteous treatment. business, A party of survoyoro wnH In HickJust to satisfy yourself as to their J5G to $60. man, Friday, enrouto to Mississippi claims, give them a share of your Mrs, Joo Polhatnus, of Dorena, and cnuntv where lliev will tin uimn drug business." Mrs. Dick Bryant, of East Pralrlo, work In connection with a draluago .'proposition. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAf visited friends here Thursday. HINSHAW REM0DEL8 B0AT8 IN FERRY FLEET, 'e!2J - CowgilPs Drug Store (Incorporated) J, J. 0. Roper, of near town, wan butted In tho cheat by n sheep ono day laHt week nnd "laid up" a few days. Ho was at Ui homo nf R. R. Shaw, holplng to got somo nheup In tho barn, when ono of them ran at kirn, striking hU chest full foree. :zv i v . m.f jHI B Hv K HDI fl HH ? v 4 Hickman, and in doing this we have crowded both a part of these goods successfully, which we must do, we mheard of bargains, beginning !y. to r cut 3f:ejeo:es and everything advertised will be on sale In conducting this sale we mean to very Day until July 2nd entirely too large for our Stores, and we are compelled to move it have on display. You cannot afford to miss this great sale. re-w- ill UNTIL ALL ARE SOLD Remember the Date and the Place. Men's Shoes and Oxfords pj 2.00 Men's Shoes nnd Oxfords, sale price " 2,50 3.00 3.50 4.00 " " " " 5.00 f Oxfords, sale price!. s 5.00 nnd 6.00 " Shoes 6.00 nnd 7.00 Stncy-Adnm- Men's and Children's Clothing: 1 ri w ei1! .". . 48 .98 ..... .... 2.48 2.98 3.38 3.85 4.98 29c 48c 88c ......3.98 ntWl f Men's Shirts 45c Men's Dress Shirts, sale price M 65c nnd 75c . ao) 1.00 1.25 :. " " aMMMMt- ......98c -1.48 2.00 .K TEVER before in the history of our business has our stock been so large and complete. We have bargains for everyone in every grade, style and price. We must reduce this stock regardless of what the clothes cost us. In fact, we have got to dispose of at least half of this stock at this sale, and in order to do this without a chance of failure, we have cut the price to the quick, so that we will have the greatest clothing sale ever inaugurated in Hickman. These are not old and shop-wor- n goods but, on the contrary, consist of the newest and most up-to-da- te fvwnoli IQ n Y3HLi The Houir ol Kuwrfiheuw UWCAfO garments. ...-- .-. 20.00 Men's Suits, Kuppenheimer make,.. Men's and Boys' Hats 22.50 Men's Suits, Kuppenheimer make . -- ,.... m 1 .50 Men's nnd Boys' Hnts, sale price 98c r 25.00' Men's Suits, Kuppenheimer make.w.. I8.00 Men's Suits, all wool .. 2o.oo Men's Suits, all wool, black- l5.oo Men's Suits, all wool 12.5o Men's Suits, all wool lo.oo Men's Suits, all wool 7.5o Men's Suits, of good quality 5.oo Men's Suits, or good quality 1.5o Children's Suits, sale price M " 2.5o " 3.5oand4.oo " 6.5o . - 14.98 15.98 18.98 2.00 nnd 2.25 3.00 Men's Hats, sale price .,....'........ ... , .'. . ..- 5.00 John B. Stetson Hats, sale 'price. 2.98 ffi - o.4o 'fibcsT-gryyd-jg- Sfr Men's Summer Underwear 35c Men's Shirts and Drawers, sale price.. 50c 60c - 23c ...45c ..- - 48c " 12.98 14.98 9.98 8.98 6.98 4.98 3.98 98c 1.98 2.48 4.98 6.00 Men's Neckwear 25c Neckties, all silk, sales price. 35c " 50c Men's Pants 19c .25c ..39c A big assortment. Values from Sale price from 1.75 to 9ftc to $3.98 One Special Lot of Overalls, worth 50c, specially priced at HBWIL k 25c Children's Suits, all Colors, Sizes and Prices nSTO jt unload the of at once. NAIFEH BROS. DRY GOODS CO. m Hickman. Ky. Ka lJcii n- - mWirii rHIlr mk JUDGE HARRIS DROWNED IN REELFOOT. A special from Tlptonvllle, day says: Satur- KEEP THE MDNEYS WELL. TROOPS RUSH ON YUCATAN I Judge Harris, tbo millionaire laud owner of tblB town, whose name is forever linked with the history of the Itcclfoot Lake utghtriders,, wus drowned this afternoon in lllack Hay ou, an outlet of the luke, while in swimming. Ills death was duo to heart failure, and his body was re covered half an hour later with a fishing line. Judgo Harris was out on the lake in his launch with a gontloman named Clegg, of St. Louis, goneral manager of the Western Electric Co., and George V. Leak, of Memphis, connected with the same Institution. They were here for the purpose of installing an electric light and Ice plant for Harris, which was to supply the town with lights and ice After they had ridden over the lake for some time, Harris turned his boat into lllack Bayou and sont her to the land. He proposed that they go in swimming, but his companions declined, saying that they could not swim Without taking off bis clothes, and being an expert swimmer, Harris plunged in and swam out some distance from shore. His companions were startled to see him throw up his hands and assume an erect position, beginning almost immediately to sink.. They ran to tbo boat to go to his assistance, but before they could get It in action he went down, never to rise again. Taking somo fishing tackle, they dragged the bottom of tbo bayou for the body, and were rewarded with its recovery. An examination showed that the unfortunate man had succumbed to heart failure, to which he Mil i "a i M C H 1 8 3 S He i JBX -- to 3S MILLET ALEXANDER ST. LOUIS FREE BRIDGE PIER IS OUT OF LINE Other Supports to Be Moved In Making Span Correct Twelve Shifts of Men Work. St. Louis. Juno 0 The discovery has just been made that the lllinoii pier of the free bridge, tbo caisson for which is now down to a depth ol 110 feet, is IS Inchon too far east. Ai the steel work for all the spans has been ordered and fabricated, the three other piers will havo to bo moved east 18 inches. Tho contractors reported to President Reber of the board of public improvements that the caisson for tho east pier had bean pushed out of line by old barges. K (forts to get the cais son into Its proper place have failed, and nothing can now be done according to the contractors, except to shift the other plors so that the steel worTT will fit. Tho Missouri Valley Iron & Bridge company has the contract for building the free bridge. It Is working 12 shifts a day on the east pior. The men cannot work at a depth of 110 feet longor than two hours a. day. They are paid 2 an hour for their services. The excavation Is now within a few feet of solid rock. subject. Harris was only 30 years of age, but lie ws one of the strongest and best known characters in the Missiswa3 sippi Valley, ing even to as well as down the his acqualnance extendSt. Louis and Chicago, to all cities nd towns Mississippi Klver. His father, the late Col. J. C. O. Harris, was a noted man, and a wealthy one, his fortune consisting of many thousand acres of land, and even tbo land under Reelfoot Lake. Judgo inherlto a large part of his father's estate and his lawsuits, one of them being thai for the recovery of Reelfoot Lake, known as the West Tennossee Land Company suit, which led to the troubles with the night riders. As Is well known, Capt. Quentin Rankin, of Trenton, Tenn., lost bis life at their hands, and Col. R. Z. Taylor bad a narrow escape at the sanio Health Is Woth Saving, and Some Gunboat at Vera Cruz Gets Sealed Orders and Awaits Arrival Hickman Ptopte Know How of New Forces, To Save It. Vera Cruz. Juno 9. Tho commandMany Hickman people tako their er of the gunboat Znragoza, following lives In tholr hands by neglecting tho a roportcd Indian uprising on tho east kidneys when they know those organs coast of Y lieu tan, has received scaled need help. Sick kidneys are respont-- l orders and only awaits the arrival of ble for a vast amount of suffering troops from tho statUm at IV rot a to and HI health, hut there Is no nocd sail The troops aro oxpeeted to reach to suffer nor to remain In danger here at any time. It Is bollev il thtu when nil diseases and aches and pnlim the gunboat Is bound for Prgri-so- , a due to weak kldnnys can bo quickly port on the northwest const of tho nnd pormnnontly cured by tho, uso of disturbed peninsula. Doan's Kidney Pills. Hore Is n Hickman citizen's recommendation: MRS. GORMAN NEAR DEATH A. J. Hunzlker, East Hickman, Ky.. Maryland's Former Senator says: "I cannot say too much In fa- Widow Sends Summons for Her Children vor of Donu's Kidney Pills, as they to Gather at Bedside. had a beneficial effect upon my kidneys. I suffered for somo years from Washington. June 9 - Mrs Arthur attacks of kidney trouble nnd nt timo Pue Gorman, widow of Senatm (lor there was n dull ache across the small man of Maryland, is serlousl ill at of my bnok which made me mlsernblo her home liere. I lor phslclans hold Her chll A short time ago I procured Doan's rut no hope for recovery Kidney Pills nt Holm & KHIt-on'drug dron havo beon summoned, and with store and through their use found en- her are flvo daughters and a son Mrs. Gorman's health began to fail tire relief." more than a yonr ago. For sale by all dealers. Price 60c Journey. Foster-MilburCo.. Buffalo", N. Y., Orphan Band on 1,500-MilNew York. June 9 Klfven little solo agents for the United States. a boat for WeehawVen. Remember the name Doan's at d trawlers took l,C0&-mltjourney that beginning a take no other. may well provo to bo tbo most event ful In tholr Uvea. They were wards II. E .Curlln was oVor from Union of the Children's Aid society. n route to Centralis, Mo., where they will City Sunday. meet tho foster parents who are to rear them as members of their famv Chlldron that aro affected by worm ilies. There were eight boys and fate palqjind sickly and llablo to con- threo girls, orphans, and their ages tract somo fatal disease. WHITE'S ranged from 10 months to 15 years CRriAM VERMIFUGE expels worms Tax Affects 9,000 Indians. promptly and puts tho child 'on tho roiu to bculth. Price 25c per bottle.' Guthrie, Okla.. Juno 9 According Sold by .'lickman Drug Co. to a decision of Judgn Jool M. Sandlin of the superior court, all original and Choctaw allottees Oco Harris spent the latter part Chickasaw must nay taxes to the state the same of tho weokTn Memphis. as other citizens. This ruling will affect approximately 9.000 Indian land if you have tho itch, don't Watch, owners, and means the validation of 'S makes the skin bleed. Apply the tax levy mads by the state for SNOW LINIMENT. Rub It 190S. Koully on the affected parts. It Itching Instantly and a few apMinnesota Treasurer Oltt. plications removes the cause thus per Minneapolis. Juno 9. Clarne C. forming a permanent euro. Prico 2Cc 50c and SI per bottle. Sold by Hick- Dlnoharl, 31 years aid. state treasurer of Mlnntota. died at Lnther horoital. man Drug Co. 8L Paul, where he underweat n op sratlon for appendicitis. Attys. Tom 11 ul lock, of Clinton, and Sam Crossland, of Mayflold, wore In Mott's Nervine Pills town Monday. The great nerve and brain treatA regular morning oporatlon of the ment for men and women, produces bowels puts you In fine shape for tho strength and vitality, builds up the days woilc If you miss It you feel system and renews the normal vigor uncomfortable and cannot put vim in- For sale by druggists or by mall, $1 to our movoments. For all bowel HERDINE is tho remedy. per box. 6 boxes for 15. Hickman It purifies, strengthens and regulates. Drug Co., Incorporated. Price 80c. Sold by Hickman Drug Co s n e e 1 HAL-LAKD- Ir I desire to inform my friends that I am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly belonged to the Hickman Ice & Coal Co., and am now prepared to give you the best of service in this line. I am now selling genuine Notice 4 A TON Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 Your orders appreciated, whether large or small. A. A. FARIS To the Public PHONE 73 When in need of TIN and PLUMBING WORK for quick service. All work guaranteed and strictly first-class. . time. Harris was a marked man, and his life so often threatened that he had his palatial home here surrounded with torpedos and bombs connected with an electric system oporated from bis house. At any time he could have blown up a thousand men had they approached his homo. He went about with a bodyguard, and finally bad to go to St. Louis and reside until the heat of tho dangor had blown over. After Capt. Rankin was assassinatpossee and ed, Harris orgnized them at bis own expense, which he placed at tho disposal of the authorities, going with them to hunt down the night riders During the campaign in October, 190S, he figure around was a picturesque Camp Nemo, and Samburg and Walnut Log on the Lake. He was largely Interested In everything here, tho bank, the mercantile businesses, planting and fishing and had large real estate holdings In other places. His wife and two children survive him. Also two sisters, Mr.) D. W. Hurt, of Nashville, and Mm. A. U. Markham, of this place. The funoral will take place with Masonic honors. Somo men whip tholr horses because tboy aro in a bad frame of mind themselves. loss of A bilious, , a:id constipated bowels' can be relieved with surprising promptnes by using HERUINE. Tho first doso brings improvement, a few doses puts thi system in flue, vigorous condition Price GOc Sold by Hickman Drug Co etR-'gy- TWO SENT TO THE REFORM SCHOOL. Miss Will Ester Parker, of this city, was carried to the reform at Lexington, last week, where she win remain until she becomes or age She Is H years okl, and the charge brought against her was fornication. Charlie Mood, a negro, charrutl with was also sent up since our last Issue. Slier If John son and Pallaamnn John Wright accompanied both of thorn. house-brookin- Let Us Figure With You And We'll Do Your Work DELVING INTO "JACK-PO- T" Ifiyou think nobody cares for you, havo a carbuncle on the back of )our neck. PILES1 PILESI Hickman Plumbing & Tinning Co. Phone It '1 ! SWANN HATS. MILLET & E. W. Adams, Q. Adams, Quite a surprise to the friends of Williams' Indian Pile Olntmont, will both was the wedding of Mr. Clar-oncSec. and Treas. Manager Springfield, 111., June 9. That tht. cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles Edmonds nnd Miss Claudia fund of approximately S3.000 raised to It absorbs the tumors, allays itching Fields, which took place at the First kill tho fish bill In the legislature at once, acts as a poultice, gives inChristian Church In lllckmun. last went to "sweoton" tho general legisla- stant relief. Williams' Pile Ointment huncay evening, me undo Is one tive "jack pot" Is tho bollef of State s Atorney Burke, who has returned is prepared for Piles and Itching of of Union City's fairest daughters and from his third trip to Beardstown, tho private parts. Sold by Hickman the groom Is a popular young mnii of Drug Co. and SI. elated with the new evidence discov- Co., Props r.OcCleveland, Williams' Mfg., Hickman. The many friends or both Ohio. ered. wish thorn a long life of happiniM The prosecutor says he not only has Union City Commercial. ' Sheep are most persistent gambol-ers- , evidence to support this hypothesis, though they are constantly being but that he Is on the trail of at least one man who ho belloves handled the fleeced. Mrs. W. A. Naylor urn! daughter fish bill fund after It had been paid to Miss Muymo, returned homo from a Frank II. Traut of Beardstown in tho visit with friends at Shannon, Miss . St. Nicholas hotel. This man, whose WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILL8. Friday. name Burko has withheld, pending Have you neglected your kidneys? Inquiry, is bollovcd to have further Miss Kathorlne Brock nnd MIm Mr- Twelve years ngo acted as a sort of "capper" in the Have you overworked your nervous zlo Salmon have returned from n vis"jack pot" game and to havo paid the system and caused trouble with your in the it to Mrs. Vern Holt, at Ilnrdwell. They aro here make them feel nt fish bill fund Into the general "Jack kidneys and bladder? Have you pain pot" treasury. Thursday evening, Mrs. C. T. home the shooters. in loins, side, back, groins and bladentortalned a number of young Carnations, 7Cc a dozen, Roses SI. 50 DIAZ RIVAL IMPRISONED der? Have you a flabby appearance people in honor of Miss Nell a dozen. Frankye Rold. of the face, especially undor the eyos and hor guest, Miss Luclle Madero Secretly Arrested on Charge Too frequent a desire to pass urine? Posey, of Union City. Thore wero STANDARD That He Aided Flight of the If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will cure three tables of Rook nnd the games President's Critic. you Hickman Drug Co.. Price 60c much onjoyod. Fudge was sorvod during tho gnmos nnd later refreshNew York, June 9. Private advices Many stories aro like ashes, when ments of burnt enromel cake and ap- TODAY received hero from Monterey, Mox., It It recounted as the one type of machlno practical for modsay Francisco J. Madero, who has thoroughly sifted there is not much ricot croam. Tbo guests woro Miss ern business. been running against Gen. Diaz for loft. es Noll Bondurant, Lucilo Posoy", o the presidency of Mexico, has b"en seJohnson, Mngnlco Rico, Bortlo THE RESULT All of the old time makers have fallen Into line and cretly arrested and Is now in prison. Mny Rice, Cecil Barnes and Messrs, have adopted this construction. MARRIAGE LICENSE. Francisco Estrada, a lawyer who Warren Ellison, Floyd Naylor, Will won tho enmity of Diaz by making The following were granted 11 ense Bondurant, Harry Millet .Robert This stump of approval from rival manufacturers has but servspeeches In favor of Madero, fled just week: Harold DoBow nnd Frank Smith. ed to strengthen public confidenco In tho machine that baa led as he was to be arrested on tho order to marry in Obion county-ln.- it the way. Don't bo persuaded Into buying a "trallor" look over of Diaz. Presidential elections are to Bon owon nnd Jewell Webb. SHINGLES Cypress shingles at Si ftwja Vou only be held in Mexico on June 25. It is A. B. Craln and Ethel Z. Davis. tho Underwood nnd you will understand why wo say It Is I per thousand nt mill. YateB & Kirk claimed Madero aided Estrada to C. L. Edmonds and Claudia Fiolds. Shlnglo Co. he& ynk en L. II. Moultrie nnd Morill Barautt. You Will Chester Whitley and Nellie DIrcks. Teething babies always havo a hard VYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY John Miller and Grace Buchanan. iimo or it wnen this process occurs CO. in hot weather. W. M. Sanders nnd Elizabeth P. They not only havo WHY NOT TRY 7 to contond with painful mims but th Harrison. Popham's Cor. Main and Fourth Sts., LOUISVILLE stomach is disordered, bowels loose , ASTHMA REMEDY and tho body uncomfortuble. The best help you can glvo tho littlo sufferer J. II, Russoll is hero from Green Gives prompt and posltlvo relief in Is McGEE'H BABY ELIXIIL It cor- every caso. Sold by" Tho Hickrecta sour stomach, cools and quiets villi, Miss., visiting Hickman relaman Drug Co, prlco SI Trial bowem and helps digestion. Prlc tives and friends. tho package by mail, 10c 2r.c and 50c per 'bottlo Sold by Hick WilllamB Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland Houses and lots to sell Kennedy.linau Drug Co Illinois State's Attorney Thinks $3,000 to Kill Fish BUI Went to General Fund. 73 J. THHBT52EiPf(J Visible Writing; Originated Bon-durn- Hon-dura- UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER Hn-zcll- De-Bo- iWell the you ask to see thenew "The Machine Eventually Buy," THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER Inc. ALEXANDER ITry the Courier's Want Column lc per word