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The Courier has a Spankln' Good Team, Grease the Hxles A BLUE MARE HERE tb&t yoar hm expired Renew promptly If you want the paper to come to you after this montli mean Advertising is the Team that Pulls the Commercial volume OI.DEBT PAPER IN WE8TEKR KENTOOXT at Your Ulagan, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE ft0.2.UO4. ESTABLISHED IN TEE TEAR 1MKO i ta HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, nbovo all others who desorves credit for tho success ot this tournament. For the past thirty days he has devoted his time to It almost exclus ively. Ho ruudo up his rnlnd enilyiu the gamo that the Hickman Gun Club's Second Annual Tournament should be the best ever sccu In Kentucky, nnd we have the voluntary statement of a score of shooters that he succeeded, even beyond his' own expectations. Tho Hickman citizens and., merchants also did their part In the matter of finance and entertainment, nnd cveryono of them contaln-lenjoyed tho occasion with the visitors. This time wo "Inld everything In the shade" but the Grand American; next year, wo Mill make them sit up nnd tako notice. In the name of the gun club nnd the people of Hickman we Invito the boy nnd their ladlen back to Hickman next year, and assure you that you will nlwys find eozy corner In our hearts for you. y 1910. In Biff GUN SHOOT GREAT SUCCESS Three Days' Tournament Best Ever Held in State. Crack Shots Present. ATTENDANCE LARGE Shooters Enjoy Genuine Southern Hospitality, on Map in Sporting World. The Beit Ever Attended Tho three dnya shooting tournament, which closed Wednesday utter-iwowill go down In hUtor)' atf one ot tin most successpulled oft In ful tournaments tho South, and easily mo host over hold In the BUte. Jllckuian did bursolt proud In entertaining, hor visitors, showing them, by too, thai we iioer do Utliic halve. One of Uio shooters said to u Courier man, "thla baa been the most successful shoot I ever attendhuvo all been ed. Tho condition Ideal, and 1 never caw a more bos likable lot ot people. Hickman gae u a sincere worcomo; may. It prosper, and it 1c the wUh of every coma again In It'll. hooter that In turn, wj want to say Uiat we never tutw n more olever cl of Ron ttemou and ladle than those who were here on that oceaalon Jolly, good uatured, folk. It vra a pleasure to have theui with us. find It la needier. to nay they will always find the latch-suintrap-shootinn, cln Enthusiastic Sportsman and Central Figure Tournnmenl. H"t"M I il I I I I IT I I III II) II .tiH WPlSWfi ZWKKzmi JU" bXA T-. Courier Want Column It.VTKH . - ' '1 1'"-SSfri- V t i .tPH r;' M Mil One Cent per WonJ per Week; Cnib In Advance, .; , ,44.4.4..,.4..M. M 11 IM ; v'tv zi.. I m '. WANTED: Dee Held. Day boarders. Mrs. . aHIIIB "TsTsTBTi . . Hick man mar- ttvlx-'T'1 - -" J , ' rt I I .. . 1 '1 ... V j " ?w..'T :i giHiV.: V '"' tBr the ground; three or four lunoll vt '.Vl - . oit h bles Rho did likewise. Her husband would hold up u plero or ordinary card, the thin edge tuwnrd Mm. nnd she wo'ild split tho card with halls from hor pistol, 30 feet away. Mr. Toporweln did a number of marvelous stunts; tossing up a coin and hit either side you asked; shouting through small rings, etc. Tho oxhlbltlon was certainly a treat to all present Fresh groceries nnd vegetables of The Courier give elsewhere the total threw days' scores ns takon all kinds at the Hickman Grocery Co. from the oflclal record. but not least, wo want to say Mrs. Hardy Llgon, of Union City, Is that 8. L. Dodds, president of tho the guest of her father, J. J. C. Hickman Gun Club, Is the one man Dcndurant, and family this week. Top-perwel- u ". . " aTTTTfEi s "llS-ftStiiFlKZ I . t- iii , h m JK& f'Wk iA'J iRr-HdKVtT iu'. m FOR SALE OR RENT: Residence on Troy Avenue. H. T. Beale. 2tf DRESSMAKING: Mrs. Eula man, next to LaClede HoteL 3 bows Sal- - zy 41 aTTTBTTi ' xi ,- 1H fTT1 fisTB A isKJl tiTTi l&M.HJZZZ 'TTTTTi M2T E TaTTTTkTTKJ'4TTTTTTTTTa TW-4V-TT- !l m. a FOR SALE: 3 mares, 4 colts and and pigs. J. H. Saunders4p FOR SALE: A first class milk M. A. McDan 4-- P Vm.. ! I 1 a I.T.'-',..- k- ; cow with young calf. iol. TNT W V ." i '- - jBSto&mwM-wniL -- mi I L r ' :iMim -- VJhlty 't fflBSB 'tU J - FOR SALE: Sweet Potato Slip- sall kinds. II. L. Curlln, Woodland Mills, Tenn. FOR RjiNT: 4 nlco rooms over 19RJECl!3f'4 r2.'caKa. vj - y"'iMll "ifTWM O. K. Barber Shop on Clinton " street. Harry Ellison. FREE: A (telephone - "- -ii ltfc -- Iit The Official Score NAMH AKl ItHSinKJvOK OP HHOOTHIt for Three Days: a I 3 K K B -- wm. l" "Sti.-- i kllinTft4', ' lsatXi;r BfJC0iT,BB?:T , JV . :wa . tfm, i-- flW Wtk '"" LgaMH - directory of the Hickman Homo Telephone Co., by calling at this office. FOR SALE: White Plymouth Rock eggs for setting. Mrs. A. K. McCon-nel- l, 33tfc Hickman. Route 3. FOR SALE: A Victor Automobile. '20 h. p., two cylinder, four passenger touring car. good serviceable bargln. See Dr. J. M. Hub I car at a 2 bard. . : LkLf -- v o 3 free-hearte- d banting out Second Day' Shoot Tho flrt ot the regular program started oft Tuesday morning with SO shooter reporting. Walter Huff, of Atlanta, wa high professional, breaking 27 out of a poMlblo 340, making a straight of 20C before losing a single target- - lie was olosely followed by Jake Glbb. ot Union City, Tenn., who broke 216. A. 1 Smith, of Alton, III., JamMi Day, of Midland. Texas, nnd' K. 1L King, of Delta, Colo, amateurs, broke 21. For Monday' and Tuotday' shoot. Walter Huff, professional. led with 363 out JCO, closely followed by E. U. King, amateur, with 362, and Homer Clark, professional, with 381. Never In the history ot the shooting game has there ever been such uniform records made by both professional and nma-teuras made here. Mr. and Mr. Adolph Topper eln. of San Antonio .Texas, were to have been here for Tuesday' shoot, but missed connection in Memphis, and didn't got In until Tuesday night, when they wore mot ot Glbbs by S. L. Dodds' car. a Third Days' Shoot For Wednesday's shoot. It. A. Kins, of Delta, Colo., waa high amateur, with 217 out of a possible 910, closely followed by A. I'. Smith, of (Jood-wlno- . Ilia., with 214. The high professionals wore Walter Huff,. H. D. Uibbs, It. O. Holkes, with 218 out of 22(1, followed by George Lyon with 217 and Guy Ward with 214. C. O. LeCompto with 213, nnd II. D. Freeman with 213, Mr. Topporwoln, professional, made the romarkablo record of 217 out of 220. .The High Averages Smith, 601, and W. T. Lasllo GG9. Tho High Professional ot tho shoot was Walter Huff, with Ci71 out of GSO, making over 98 per cent, an astounding record. II. D. (Jlbbs, GG7, Goo. Lyon, GOO. Walter mado n romarkablo . run of 262, without losing a tnrgoi.-n17C, II. A. King 1G7, Mr. Clark 131, II. Dixon 127, Mr. Feglor in, u. (0. Dates 113, A. I Suiltn u- -, "" 0. O, LeCompto 111. .Exhibition Fancy Shooting At fivo o'clock In the nfternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs A.dolph Topperwreln gai rl- mi exhibition of fancy pistol and II o shooting. Tho lady holds the world's record nnd Judging from o. lndy shooter, lie wny sho directed hor bullets on so Hickman grounds, she will conIs the iuo to hold It. Her husband nest rifle shot In the world. Soaio to 1G00 peoplo woro on tho aunds to witness their marvelous' otlng. Among other things, flvoi wero thrown tin nnd iho lady I Ice them all before they reached1 F For tho entlro three days' shoot, H. A. King, amateur, wan high, with GC9 out of GSO, J. E. Day and 0. I. B Professionals X LeCompte, 0. O., Eminence, Ky ..120 Hatcher, A. M., Drlstol, Tenn.. .120 Freeman, II. D., Atlanta, Ga..,. ..120 Huff, Walter, Macon, Ga ..120 Glbbs, 11. D.. Union City, Tenn.. ..120 Ward, Guy, Walnut Log, Tenn.. ,:i20 JUinoy, H New: Haven, Conn.. ..120 Marshall, T. A Kelthsburg,411st. .120 120 Holke. it. O.. Dayton, 0 Oastlem'an, G. O., Nashville, Tenn.. ..120 Lyons, Geo., Durham, N. C 120 Clancy, II. W., Chicago, Ills 120 120 Clark. II., Uper Alton, Ills Toporweln. Mrs Sau Antonio Amateur Fcgler. O., Grand Kaplds, Mich 120 120 IJberhart, Chas., Murfreesboro Caldwell, E., Troy, Tenn.. 120 Smith, A. 1'., Good wlno. Ills 120 J oca way, K. E., Urookavillc, Miss.. ..120 Livingston, J. It., Sprlngdalo, Ala.. ..120 JSdwards, D. A., Union City, Tenn. . ..120 Cray ton ,J. E.. Charlotte. N. C... ..120 Day, J. 8., Midland, Texas ..120 White, E. O., Columbia, Ky ..120 Sousa. John 1'hilllp, Now York.... ..120 120 Wllley, Chas., Memphis, Tenn Laslle, W. T Tuskcgee, Ala ..120 Westcott, Chas., Lccsburg, Fla..,. ..120 Dates, C. C, Charlotto, N. .. 120 1'ragrotf, E., LoulsWUe, Ky...... Dell. W. U.. Urooksvllle, Miss.... ..120 Hanoy, W., Nashville, Tenn , Dond, J. C, Louisville, Ky ..120 Ward, 1. C, Walnut Log, Tenn.. ..120 Ward, Mose, Walnut Log, Tenn.. ..120 Cocko, W. W., New Orleans, La.. ..120 Dodds, S. L Hickman, Ky ..120 Wynno, II., Memphis, Tenn...... ..120 Frank, Abe. Memphis, TOnn ..120 Lcgler, Frank, Nashville, Tenn.... ..120 Itape, W. E., Kingman, Ala...... ..120 Campbell,. B., Spring Hill, Tenn.. ..120 Williams, O., Nashville, Tenn..., ..120 120 Edwards, H. T. Union City 120 Flnley, U. H., Mempblb, Tenn. King, It. A., Dolta, Colo.......... ..120 Uaggerman. U, St. Louis, Mo 120 Mncklo, G. It, 120 ..120 Elbert, F., Kelthsburg, Ills Wells, J. E., Fine Dluif, Ark.... ..120 Hoy. oil. E., Flue Uluff, Ark Hundley, O. C, Flue Uluff, Ark.... ..120 Warren, T. A., SL LouIb, Mo.... ..120 Campbell, E., Artcsla, Miss Blanks, II. D., Vicksburg, Miss.. 120 Blanks, J. J., Trozovnnt, Tenn,. 120 McNelr, F. W Houston, Tex.... Thoibault, O., Llttlo Rock, Ark ; Matlock, II., St. Elmo, Ala ,, .. McCrea, A. M., Alton, Ills Caldwell, "V., Troy. Tenn ..120 Ward, Mont, Hickman, Ky ....120 Baker, i .,P Tuscaloosa, Ala..,, ..120 llalns, W. C, W. Frankfort, III.. .. Fotts, F. A., Beynoldavllle, Ills... .. Grlffoth, W. V Murfreesboro..., .. ItatnB, It. 0., West Frankfort, III.. .. Honey, J. W Hickman, ICy ' Johnson, J. A., Cayco, ICy .. Parks, Edwards, Powell, Bruce, Hickman, Ky....,, ,. Moore, O. II., Hickman, ICy...... .. .. Tlsdalo, II. G ltcod, W. C, Hickman, ICy....,.,. ..120 Moore, J. A., Hickman, Ky........ ,. Naylor, Floyd, Hickman, Ky Ilobortson, Ad, Hickman, Ky...... ,. Cochran, J., Homo Beach, Tenn,. ,.120 Case, F. M., Hickman, Ky o e K O JO e 229 228 231 237 236 232 229 22C 05 1 e X US 117 lin 11C 113 113 111 11G 112 97 117 112 117 240 210 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 224 188 232 226 234 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220. 220 220 220 220 220 220 209 202 13 218 218 214 207 209 218 106 217 207 213 217 209 202 207 214 C... 240 240 IIS 240 113 240 104 240 116 249 116 240 US 240 115 240 106 240 109 240 105 240 117 240 116 240 117 240 240 100 240 240 106 240 99 240 103 240 112 240 109 240 101 240 112 240 112 240 111 240 115 240 107 240 115 240 112 240 118 '240 117 240 113 240 11C 240 40 113 240 105 240 110 240 240 240 110 240 114 240 240 240 240 100 240 105 240 114 240 11C 107 220 220 225 220 234 220 223 220 226 220 228 222 230 220 234 220 216 220 220 220 202 220 232220 225 220 223 220 222 220 212 220 213 220 218 220 219 220 22C - 229 204 213 Mrs J. H. Pari has rented, thoroughly cleaned and newly furnished the Meyers' placo In West Hickman cPrts. S. L. Dodds, of Hickman Gun Club. and will furnish first-dasboard and nice clean rooms at reasonable pricPROTRACTED MEETING TO The success of the gun shoot gives es. 2tp HELD BY METHODISTS. a fait example or demonstration ot FOR SALE: One of Fulton coun- the Courier's contention that It nava ted meeting will be held to havo something doing occasional-- 1 tt'8 beHt farm.8' flve m,,ea east o First Methodist Church In this lv. Manv visitor., frrim far nnd nnnr Hickman. On two public roads, switch cjtv beginning Sunday morning, Juna will speak a good word for the town and scales on corner. Liberal terms 2Pit. Rov. A- - J. ileadqrs, of Trenvery.JiUIe cashjwaHtcd.1 Mrs. O. ind people. Financially no one was McDanTel, State LineV Ky. ton, Tenn., will conduct first ltfc huil, although there are alwys some V. Tho evening service will bo l lfTmrV nn liAllrnrroH xuhn conducted by Presiding Elder Clark :., anyth,ng ,Q wajr of gaJa Schmidt, tho Tailor. Everybody cordially Invited to attend and amusements. The shoot wai a thlB meotlng. Best flour on tho market. Betters-wort- h grand success from start to finish, Rev. Clark will hold quarterly nnd uur & Prather. visitors and homo folks turnmcotlrg at tho West Hickman Chapel, ed out In quo Jolly bunch and enjoyCarnations, 75c a dozen, Roses $1.50 Satuiday evening Juno 25,. and a simed a of social Interilar meeting at the First Methodist course. ought to ginger up and a dozen. Frankye Reld. Wo Church on Uio evening of June 27th. have something on this order two Lynn Shaw, of Mayfleld, attended or three times every year. It will ' the shoot here this week and visited I his mother, Mrs. Fannie Shaw. make us lire longer and happior. "Fire" Kennedy. r9il iBE I to scr-vic- rln-ftiil- semi-holida- y 205 206 212 20S 202 180 210 208 213 208 197 e GRAND CLEARING SALE OF 200 200 200 213 200 200 197 198 205 204 201 MILLINERY OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT OVERFLOWING WITH BARGAINS 194 223 218 201 220 220 222 '225 226 221 222 234 231 218 227 230 213 224 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 ) 220 Prices Cut Without Regard to Worth. All Hats must go 208 209 217 Pattern Hats, C QQ worth 12.00, for O.yO Trimmed Hats, worth 8.00, for IO 212 191 209 Trimmed Hats, A fkQ worth 3.00, for. 130 A t.VO fQ 40 240 240 240 240 240 221 214 197 220 225 217 225 207 207 206 222 223 216 199 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 120 120 207 203 206 200 19S 189 Trimmed Hats, A AQ worth 2.50, for.A-- O Children's Hats, QQ0 worth 2.00, for.Ok Flowers H to Off Trimmed Hats, O AQ worth 5.50, ior-O.I rimmed Hats, O worth 4.00. -for " - 211 189 198 186 220,205 205 204 206 170 170 209 206 201 218 195 193 199 145 203 1S6 IF YOU NEED A HAT NOW'S THE TIME TO BUY SALE LASTS ALL NEXT WEEK ' Come early and getchoice ofstyles. 240' 203 188 98 240 183 189 184 240 100 240 240 220 222 306 85 114 V 1 1 A I! &z- - THE HICKMAN COURIER LAUDS SOUTHERN DEAD "lovtrl Western Ktntatki Lit the Vrv" SPEER & SEXTON. PUBLISHERS MONUMENT TO CONFEDERATES BURIED ON JOHNSON'S ISLAND. Subscription St a Yar ThU pnperstopn when your milxcrlptton expires. You itct The CMurliT Juit at you uo potRo slump: Uub In Advnlice. We make NO exception Memorial Started by United Daughters Representatives of of Confederacy Southern 6tates Attend. Subscription Rates, $1.00 per year DAILY DIET HINTS Nervous was very nervous," writes Mrs. Mollie Airse, of Carrsvllle, Ky., "had palpitation of the heart, ami was Irregular. "On the advice of iMrs. Hattla Cain I took 2 bottles of Cardui and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took. "I am 44 years old and the chance has not left me, but 1 am lots better since taking CarduL" MI By BH. T. J. ALLUS Fo4 SfcUllit. WATER. M" 2rz I f ft Sandusky, O. In the prcsouce of several hundred Southerners, representing nearly all tho states In tho Confederacy, a monuniont to tho memory of 20C Confederate officers and privates, burled on Johnsons' Island, Sandusky Bay, Lake Erie, was dedicated Wednesday. The monument, erected by the Robert Pntton chanter of tho United 854 Daughters of the Confederacy, of C Incrnnatl. was unrolled by Mrs. Mary Patton Hudson of Cincinnati, daughter IIMB of Robert Patton, a noted Southern ranger. The dedicatory address was dellv ercd by Oon. George W. Gordon of of Memphis, Tenu., commander-in-chieCardui is advertised and i the Tnlted Confederate Veterans Other addresses were delivered by' sold by its loving friends. Gen. Bennett II. Young of Louisville, The lady who advised Ky, Joseph A Mangus of Cincinnati, Mrs. Mirse to take Cardui. WasCuredbyLydiaE.Pink-htm'- s and Sir Moses Ezeklcl of Rome, Italy. I had herself been cured of designer of the monument Sir Moses serious female trouble, by . Vegetable Compound Ezekiel was a soldier under Gen. Rob-Cardui, so she knew what Elwood, IntL "Your remedies havo ert B. Leo. Cardui would da six movement to erect the statue , Tho cured mo and I havo only taken If Cardui cured Mrs. bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Veseta- - originated wllh Robert Patton Chapter - . uio x of tho United Daughters of tho ConI'omnounu. .. 5 KKItill"' Cain and Mrs. Mirse, it was sick tliroo federacy, of Cincinnati, O. The chapHOMHUjf 5? surely will cure you too. iKsfiMQBsa'' months and 1could ter purchased the cemetery In 190S. suf. not walk. Won't you try It? fcred all 'tho time. when It was found that the spot around Please da The doctors said 1 which so many historic memories cluscould not get well tered was being neglected nnd practt without an opera cally abandoned. 'Its oply visitors tion, for I could wcro the veterans of a Grand Army Wku. vLs uaruiy stana uio post, who every Decoration Day held pains in my sides, memorial services for their former OUR HANDSOME AND especially my right . ACCOMPLISHED FRIENDS. one, and down my The statue occupies a position on riirht leu. 1 boCTn Following nro tho names of ns to feel better when I had taken only tho shore of Saudusky bay near the one bottle of Compound, but kept on entranco of the Island cemetery and haiuUome and soholarly lot of people as I was afraid to stop too soon." Mrs. faces to the south. It represents a as wo have ever seen anywhere Sadie Mullkn, 723 K. IS. St., - Confederate soldier in uniform. The Pasta this clipping la your hat nnd right hand clutches a musket, the you will havo a ready rcforonco list Why will women take chances with ground. on an operation or drag out a sickly, stock of which rests to theforehead, or the best folks on earth. Of course existence, missing three-fourt- hs Tho loft hand Is raised the they take tho Courier wouldn't tin of tho joy of living, when they shading the eyes, and tho figure seems can And health in Lydia JS. Pinkham'a to bo perlng Into the far distance to- without It and havo "got right" sinew our last report: Vegetable Compound? ward the Southland. For thirty years it has been tho Tho greatest number of prisoners Henry Campbell, Cnyce. standard remedy for female ills, and confined on the Island at any one time lias cured thousands of women who was about 3,000. This was Just prior J. A- - Thomis. Oakton have been troubled with such ailMrs. K. V. Bnssott. Atlanta, 6a. to the close of the war. All In all about ments as displacements, inflammation, Jake Plant, City. ulceration, ubroi'l tumors, irregular1-tle- a, 10,000 officers and soldiers were Imperiodic pains, backache, Indigcs-tlo- prisoned there and 220 deaths fer reV. It Sft2iter. Jfenipbl. Tenn. and nervous prostration. corded. Fourteen of tho dead were Mrs. Beulah Dunn, Melton-ReIf you have the slightest doubt buried on tho mainland. J. W. Waters. Greenfield tkat Lydia E. Plnkliam'H Vcrc-tab- le . Sam Salmon, City. ComiKund will help you, 9 write to Mrs. Pinkham at IiThh, CHARGE NEGRO WITH ASSAULT J. Q. Adams, City. Your letter Mah feefer advice. confidential, O. T. Meachnm, Cly. abneiutely will Secretary cf War Dickinson Ordered Lee Heatherly, City . aad the advice free. a Thorough Investigation. Geo. Ladd, Route 2. Washington. The president has reEdgar A. Walker, Route 1. fused to accede to a demand from the BIDS ON ROAD WORK, Mrs. Nellie Roberts. City. recitizens of Seattle, Wash., for the E. B. Prather, City. infantry, neNotice is horobjr given that bids on moval of tho Twcnty-nftRobt, Tally, City. contracts for road work In Fulton groes, because a soldier Is accused of Rev .W. O. Stockton. City. county, Kentucky, will bo received as issaultlng a white woman. The secretary of war sent word to Mrs .Emma Stephens, City. " follows: the commanding officer at Fort Law-to- n Tom Dillon, Jr., City. directing prompt and complete InBids for work In District 'o. 3 and A. II. Pounds. City. vestigation, offenders "4. will bo received at tho court houso and detentionconfinement of if belong- J. W. Rogers, City. of witnesses, in Hickman, Monday, Juno 20th, 1010, O. B. Kerlln, Jordan. ing to his command, and that In view at 2 o'clock p. m. Mrs. J. T. Fuller, City. of the state of feeling reported his Bids for work In District No. 1, command should be confined strictly Joe Kerlln, Marston, Mo . will bo received at the court house to the reservation pending complete J. E. Williams, City . Capt. W. A. Shuck, Jordan. Fulton. Wednesday. Juno 22, 1910, Investigation. An immediate report was ordered. T. J. Robinson. City. at 2 o'clock, p. m. Bids for work in District No. 2. J. T. Seat. City. The Hickman Furniture Co.. hanwll" bo received at Cayce, Saturday. L. W. Elliott, Crutohflold . dles tho best line of Furniture in Uuno 25, 1910, at 2 o'clock, p. m. West Kentucky. Let us show you. SHINGLES Cypress shingles at This wort will consist principally o & Kirk grading and will requlro enough There will bo preaching at Syca- per thousand at mulr-Yat- es teams to pull grader. Contract will more Chapor Sunday, June 19:h. Shingle Co. be niado with lowest and best bidder Everybody Invited. E. P. Wright on basis of a day's work of ten hours We want all the local news, if For further information address Judg Tho Hickman Courier has a nice you cannot see a reporter, call No, W. A. Naylor, Hickman. Ky. 2 story brick house and 21 Cumberland or Home phone. two good lots for salo cheap. All improvements, two cellars, cistern, etc. It will cost $2,000 to build house, our Let me sharpen that disc culUrat-or- . price SHOO. ABk for No. 64. I can do It cheaper than any . ft mabc roa us By body. R, L. Gray. 202 guaranteed Fancy Patent Try a sack. Case- - Son. Phone 183. , P. H. Weaks and family, of spent th) first of tho week In Utckmnn tho eucst of relatives and attending tho gun shout. Ful-tou- WOMAN -' Water Is In a tense more necessary than food; life can be maintained for 40 days or more, In many cases, without food, but hardly for five days without water. The body Is composed chiefly of Water. The of blood cells, the aggregate whote life makes up the life of the body, can live only In liquid. Moisture Is needed In every part of the body and elimination through the skin and kidneys Is very largely dependent upon abundant supply of wtsr. CppriRll, J1". Are you thin, pale, easily tired, lack your usual vigor and strength? Then your digestion must he poor, your bloo-thin, your nerves weak. You need a tonic and alterative You need Ayer's Sarsaparilia, the or.'y Sarsapaiilla cutirUy free from alcohol. We helieve your doctor Aould cmiorM. these statements, or we would not make them. Ask him and find out. Follow his advice. ICMfColZdelKKIm The tndoftcment of your doctor wlH certainly greatly mcreuc ow coofeknee ta Aycr't nHs m a family laxative. Liver piH. AH vegetable. Ask your doctor about them: Why Take Alcohol? ESCAPES CARDUI Jepi. II Howie.) Tho Woman's Tonic OPERATION f Beware of substitutes seo that our trade-maria on your plumbing und tinning jobs. John Cotton. k desire to inform my friends that I am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly be longed 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 I Notice 4 A TON Practical Fashions LADIES' SKIRT, Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Phone No, Co. 48 Your orders appreciated, whether large or small. fo-s- A. A. FARIS half-heart- Paris Pattern No. 320? Allowed. Various. All Seami B. v. -- -- -- h modes In skirts are appearing foi spring near, the plaited model cspe dally abowlng In many attractive nor cities, one of theso being the design bere presented, which, white It li plainly gored at tho tides, bat a short gore back and front lengthened by a plaited flounce section. As can be this arrangement permits ol maay ways of trimming it the plain tailor effect skirt is not desired. The closing of the garment Is effected al the left tide-bacTho pattern Is cut la six sixes. 22 to 32 Inches waist measure. For 36 waist the skirt require 4H yards of material 35 inche wide, which has a nap, or or mate rial tame width without a nap, 4U yards will be required. Width of lower edge It about 3 yards. Try ebarmlst To the Public PHONE 73 sn k. When in need of TIN and PLUMBING WORK NO. 3207. BtZB. NAVE TOWN JTKKET AND NO BTATB for quick service. All work guaranteed and strictly first-class. six-roo- Meters ShoefLO. Delinquent Children In France. The government of Franc sends delinquent children to a farmer's fan) ttr, pays a stated sum a week for board and lodging and pays for clothes and the doctor. The child must be sent to a publio school. The cost of all this Is far less than keep ing up Institutes, and, furthermore. these French children of the venue of crime and misfortune usually stay on the soil and become healthy, nx part farmers and good, saving cltl zens. How to manage the delinquent city kid is getting to be one of the most serious question of white civilisation. In Detperate Let Us Figure With You And We'll Do Your Work Hickman Plumbing: & Tinning Co. Phone "FOR GOD'S SAKE DO SOMETHING Wo have answered this cry In our new book "Fighting tho Traffic in Young Girls" by Earnest A. Bell, U. S District Attorney Sims and others. Tho most sensational inldctmont of the White Slavo Trade ever published It tells how thousands of young girls are lured from their homes annually and sold Into a life of shame. Tho Cincinnati Inulrer aaysq "Of all the books of tho BOftkon the War on tho Whote Slavo Trade Is tho most helpful; It should bo read by over' man, woman and child." Agents are making from S to 17 a day selling tnia book. Over 600 pages. Many pictures. Price J1.60. Best terms to agents. Outfit free. Send 15c for forwarding charges. Book sent free to any address post paid upon receipt o price. Address James E. Shar key. Soc'y., 123 Plymouth Court, Chicago, Wo WmsmMr e a rip in his roat and only three "What do you think of a man with but- Straits. 73 E. W. Adams, Sec. ami Treas. J. Q. Adams, Twenty-Fiv- Years' tons on his restr "He should either get married or dl vorced." Boston Transcript. T. A. Stark, genial manager of Ihp Louis Furnishing CO.. snld to a Courier man, "There It not a partlcb of doubt about avedrttslng paying Since our firm has boon ndrurtUlug our business baa increased nearly oO per cent. If advertising didn't cause this Increase. I don't know what It was; we had the goods nnd low prlc es before wo began advertising, but 1 guess folks didn't know about us." 8t- - Manager Trial proves that it SPREADS BEST WEARS BEST LOOKS BEST COSTS LEAST , i'JTSsBaTasBsssassssssssssr-MTaMaaaaiaaaaMM- .I uA Look at these at M Lowe Brothers HIGH STANDARD HARCOURT&CO Samples on display aUhis office. $2 and $3.50 a combination of style and comfort All sizes and all leathers Save from 1 to 2 per thousand on your shingles by buying direct from our Bi'lL Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. The Hickman Courier - EXGIUSIVE IOCAI " FOR-THI- ... Parlors, I scne REO Harris Ice Cream For Sale hy All work satisfactory or money re turned. Schmidt Some gun shoot visitors from Ful- Ton: W. T. Carr, Harry Ekdahl, George Alley, Enoch Browder. Leon Bt.wder, Dr. It T Rudd Cowgtil's Drug Store (Incorporated) l ?' iL" L Bradley &Parham j --$88zmmm&.. saaaiKtmmi&smei Bulta'a JExceUence Is tho Basse of j I suarantco all plusabln &4 tin-oew, hick grade flour, guaranteed nlng I do. It the work Aoa't conio For a strictly klgh grade patent to tie the heet la UickmaH. Your up riRhU-a- nd I can't oMa41c Xu flour try Whlto Swan, Red Rose or money back U tat satisfied. Belter.- - we will cheerfully do the M ofcr Oarnatt Trayla. MorU Prataw. J like aay other plber.&HtOB. June it may bo said, indeed. It Is a great invention, And ono w6 rather badly need To somewhat case the tension. If we're to fish, to loaf and wish, Or hearken nature's call, We'll do it soon or late In June, Or not do it at all. Or S ErXCIANSIVE, IINTC,.- - AGJSNTS -- HI Try the Courier's Want Column- -lc per word i4i ,. 3i rfn fmg. -- jff&r- - " . a KS "- - zz&smsM AVIATORS TO FLIT SOUR Hat Pins When you see a girl with a bathing suit on it's a sign that she thinks she has a good figure. And sometimes a girl thinks she has lost her heart when it is only her appetite. Lots wife may have looked back and then again she may have talked back. Even if a woman doesn't love a man she loves to have' a man love her. A man is as fat as he looks.-- a woman is as fat as she wants to look. Women arc pleased with-al- l material for a nice home furnished by T 1HD Suited While Your Waif With a pair of nobby, stylish, Ties. They stay on the foot all right, and are the correct thing for the sum-mtwo-eyelet HAMILTON, FLUSHED WITH VIC TORY, EAGER TO ENTER CROS88TATE FLIGHT. er days. WRIGHTS WATCH LAURELS Severity ef Testa Increased at Indian- apella New Recerd Breaker In Altitude a Recent Recruit. A FULL VARIETY Bradley Si Parham m M June 15. Charles K. Ham iltoa, hero of a ensatlonal flight from New York to Philadelphia aad return, Bt. Leuls, cross-Missou- J W. A. DODDS KflKgagSSXXM WHITE RESUMES HIS -'Hvports sent out about tho timo tho cenaus department wanted applicants were very misleading It'ls a cinch Kulton county enumerators will not bo applicants ten ycarf hence. M0ZmS$& SS slble law TJioso who violate It will be punished by a fine ot not lesa Uinn $5.00 nor mora than $25.00. BRIBERY Tho other ordinance requires proper-owner- s TESTIMONY.! to keep tho weeds cul'along tho hldewalks. If you fall to do his OTALLON REPHK8ENTATIVEBACK you will be fined and you ought to N STAND WHEN BHOWNC Tho city dads Introduced two good be. Some pcoplo haven't enough TRIAL HEOPENS. ordinances at tholr laat meeting. civic pride to keep their places look One Is to stop tho filthy, unhealthy Long Cro MinH Preparing for practice or spitting on sidewalks and Ing decent nnd this ordinance "fills Examination Attorneys Seek other public places. It la a good set - a long felt want " U Counteract "Jackpot" Ruling. 15. HepresenlnUvt Cfclcaco, Jun Ckarltw A. White u( OTallon, 111.. n uuicU tbe Hand la tho trial of Hup raenUUlvo bee O'Ntfil lliowuc. wi itortty le4er of the Illluoi Luvjoo 01 repreacnlutlvcs, who la charged wltb bavin brought about tbo weuttou ui geuator Lrituer turoujU uribory. and cave further detail of Ute uoj;oUa tluus tor the alleged purchase ot liu court convened Stales vote. Attorney Wayinau wui untaxed with bU aaalstanta la &u uKort to couutw act tbw ruling of Judge Mctlurcly, who decided that testimony concerning tbe UU UouW "Jackpot" wu Inadmissible The defense la preparing for a Ions in which it will wek to tangle White in hi testimony. Ha will be backed up by u. number of otfcer witueaaea, although tho chjitoo orallr tealloiony bu been roduced a tho court rullug. Telia f 11,000 Promise. KeprvaenlaUve White told ot an aliened visit by Urowne to bin room lu botel, Sprlitctleld, Uo St. Nlchola While the senatorial deadlock waa ou. lie aald that lu reply to a quueUon, be said that ho waa attzloua to know kow aiucb he waa to set, aud the ro ply waa that the price was f 1.000. Ho aald bu waa cautioned lo uialnlalc. secrecy, u there waa a possibility of totting Into Jollot prUou. State's Attorney ttaymau baa dla oloaed that Representative Uoorco V. Meyera of Pari will be placod on the aland. Uo will leatlfy that 20 minutes before tho 2a at roll call, at which Larimer waa elected, Orowno came to him and aald: "Uettor get In with us; we have plenty of state Joba and plenty of the seceaary." While White wae o the aland a let' ter waa Introduced purporting to have been written to him by Browne Jan. uary 1, 1S09. It had the folio- - Ing In tarcstlBE poatacrlpt attached: "P. S Have you cent for your transportation yotT O. & A., write to president 0. fc A. Hallway, Uxcbause Hulldlait. Chtca. I C write to John C. Dreunau, guncrul counsel, Chicago. Wabash railroad, wrlto to Col. Wolla H. JUodyett, general counsel, gt. Louis. Pullman passes, write to John S. UunnclB, genural counsel, Dulldlng, Chicago. P. C Pullman Half-daPullman passes and return, good W days, More later, us soon as lists are made out." Ik-for-e creaa-exaialuatlUu-ouay announces bis intention of competlnt for the $10,000 prize In the areoplane race, providing the contest be held after August 1. "The specification as to day flights only In the conditions for the St s City contest appeal to me. aud will. I am sure, bo agreeable to every aviator. I have taken many nleht flbzhts. but my wife always Is worried when I do so, and I have been warned repeatedly by friends experi enced in aviation to cut out night trips. Curtlss is especially opposed to night flights. HProf. Baldwin Is out at Mineoia and so are Clifford Harmon and a number of other aviators. I believe City conditions these St. will be acceptable to them, and that there will be no dela In bringing about the contests. Of course we will do nothing until we recelvo official notice by mall or perconally from some MIssourlan authorized to do business, and tell us of the conditions, prize, etc, But you can tell tho Missouri " luian-In- g pcoplo that narkls is willlu myself." Conferred Over Telephone. After a long conference over the telephone between Curtlss and Hamilton, the latter amended his statement to the effect that he could not enter City flight uutll the St after August, 1, as previous engage menta prevent, notably one at Omaha After that date he was willing, be said. A definite plan for conducting the areoplane race tor a prize of $10,000, agreed upon at a conference In the office of Clov Hadley bi Jofferhon City, has paVetl the way for obtalnlpg entrants to the coulesL The contest will bo very similar to tho (Hidden tour. Louis-KansaLouts-Kansas Loull-Kansas Watch This Space Chiffoniers Bed Room Suits Princess Qressers ! PQR Chifforobes Dining Tables itj A rn Library Tables Stand Tables Wardrobes China Closets Sofas WANT JJJ' Kitchen Tebles Center Tables Pedestals Sideboards Sectio'l Bookcases Furniture ' Etc, Etc. up-to-da- Everything to be found in an Furniture Store INCORPORATED te HICKMAN FURNITURE CO, HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 18SS KSTAHMtfHKD TOM" DILLON, Sr.. Prop. (Huccetvor to 11. O. ltAmmnKe, deceaxeil) WRIGHTS SPURRED ON TO MORE SEVERE TESTS. Indianapolis, Ind., June 15. Tho aero men who are gathered hero from all parts of tho country bollevo the Wrlehts have realized that their pros tlge baa suffered through the recent feats of Paulhan, Curtlss aud Hamilton, nnd that thoy are determined to put tholr .pupils through moro difficult maneuvers. Four ot tho six pupils of tho Wrights wade a dozen flights. Most ot these were of short durat'nn, but the pilots ef the trimly built aenplanes exhib ited wonderful control ever the ma chine In suddcu dlvei and ascents, and turning amazingly shu,p corners, the And then without warning treat flight of Walter A. Ilrooklns, who set a new world's record fjr altjtude In souring abova tt earth at a distance of 4.3S4H feet. Drook Ins ka bocn studying flight but two months, and his preceptors say he will be as well known as Paulhan ar Hamilton before the year ends. dUUlil I CT-f- eat Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. t Kentucky ' Hickman, ti 1 REFRIGERATORS you need a refrigerator that surpasses anything on the market in construction, interior and exterior finish and the only refrigerator that is absolutely sanitary from every point of view; you need a If cd br In the National Cemetery, Arlington For anything In the Bond Addition aee Kennedy. HAPPENINGS AT CAYCE. " F Miss Jessie Wall was lu Union City Monday . Herschull Ilrndley Is at homo for days. a Mre. Fannie Murchlson visited with and Sunday. Tho farmers are busy cutting liny and whent. Joe Roper nnd wife attended the icun shoot at Hickman. Ardell Johnson and wife attenricl the (run shoot at Hickman. Mrs. Lula Hooves and Bosslo John son were In Fulton Monday. Mi&s Thclma Ma a Is visiting her uncle near Fulton this week. Mirscs Mary and Pearl Johnson wont to Union City Snturtlny. Misses Ethel Edmlston and Casslo Uea3ley went to Moscow Monday. Mrs. Blanche Wright visited her motr-oinear Crutchfleld Tuesday, Mrs. Lucy Joneu and daughter, Mnymo, are visiting relatives hero. Everybody Is cordially invited to nttcud tho children's day exercises Sunday night. f-- X'OU can have your pick this season from the most elaborate display of fine clothes we've ever shown. -- I ill li $t White Frist Hart Schaff ner & Marx offer a greater variety of weaves than any half dozen clothing concerns in the coun try put together, and we've a great show ing of their goods ready for you. New models in suits and overcoats; new grays,' browns, blues, in weaves: very stylish goods " - This refrigerator is constructed of heavy galvanized sheets. The in terior finish is of white enamel. The exterior finish is either white or golden oak enamel. Locks, handles, hinges and trimmings are of heavy polished brass. Mounted on heavy roller bearing castors. Insulated Fulton county had as competent lot ot census enumerators ns any county lu tho stato, and still, wo evcryono of tbora had tholr papers returned for somo correction. Mm, Nannlo Klngaan, onuomutor for this city, transposed tho lotterj, and b" on a fow. sheets of her reports and was compelled to 14 pages of figures, which took ber eight dayb. Even though it was a Binglu letter, sho could not erase it rand make tho correction, but must J copy tho outlro sheet. It would 'deem that the government officials 'wo'ild strain at a gnat and swallow F caweY' Ileuldte extra work, the census Ukcr did not get moro than EhaU as mucH.pay as they expocted. with aerofelt and maltha, which keeps the temperature in the provision chamber from four to six degrees colder than any other insulation. Drain pipe is composed of seamless brass tube. And not a piece of wood about the refrigerator as big a a tooth-pick. Suits $18.50 to $25 1 1 1 "" Other values at $ 0, $ 2.50 and $ 5 We say, if you need a refrigerator at $20.00 25.00 Or a larger size at 30.00 the largest size at Or then call on us and we will take pleasure in furnishing just the refrigerator that you have been looking for. The above prices do not include water coolers. y This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes Leaf Bulta's excellence and Autumn best flour mado Travis. Mr. nnd Mrs .II. A. Scatce, of Union City, were the guests ot B. Par-haand wife first of thp week Hickman Ice&lEoalCo. INCORPORATED rr' RBO at Helm ft Wlkoa'i. JlfTWIP t 1rJf " &530 . Sulphur Springs HICKMAN'S ILSTIETW ilP-A-IEK: OPENS TONIGHT ADMISSION FREE L Refreshments Served on the Grounds i9 MILLERS IN PERCY JONES, Manager ST. LOUIS Recerd Meeting Begin at Southern Hotel In Fifteenth Annual Session. St. Louis, June 15. About BOO members of the Fraternity of Operative Millers of America axe In session at the Southern hotel. Mayor KrelP-wau- n bade the visitors welcome John L. Bassett responded to the address of welcome by the mayor, and his talk was followed by the president's annual address. President Holly characterized the eetlng as the largest and most Important In the history of the F. O. it. A. and Issued a request that all ex Dibits be closed during the hours when the convention lg In session, in erder that all might bo on hand. He complimented tho members upon the progress made by the organization during the past 15 years. Capital Removal to Be Argued. Guthrie. Okla., June 13. It is announced that cither Judge Hook ot Leavenworth or Judge 1'ollock of Kansas City will preside In tho United States circuit court at tho hearing. June 17, when the legality of the of Oklahoma's capital until after 1913 will be argued. In the meantime, the business of the state Is being transacted at Oklahoma City, where all of the officials have gone, taking temporary Quarters in various buildings. ALMOST TOO GOOD The first load of shot went wide of TO BE TRUE. its mark, but tho second hit the old gentleman ax above related. Pulton Dr. Korabon, of tho French ami)', The poor marksmanship of Jim Loader. claims to have discovered that tho Roberts prevented tho ennctment of of tobacco Is a preventitlve of I use a terrlblo tragedy latu Monday afternoon lit the vicinity of Dukedom, Case & Sou make prompt dollVer- - oerebro spinal meningitis. Very tow tobacco users, he .says, ovur have .when he fired both barrels of a gun tos. Phono 1S3. this disease, nftr the fleeing form of his nged Tho weed Is vindicated at last father. Hud Roberts. One chnrge of nev. Brigganee will preach at Mt. Col. C. L. Walker. It. A. Tyler. Wm. shot took effect In the older Roberts' right arm, and Drs. Whtteheud and Hermon noxt Sunday. A full attend- Stoker, Mayor Dillon and ye scrlbo Alexander, who were mimmoned to ance of the membership Is desired. jaud. a small army ot other lllcktuan-llteswill hall this scientific verdict jwltli delight. We knew all along that it must bo good for something, but couldn't tell exactly what It was. It is plain now why tho growing boy " SON SHOOTS AGED FATHER'S ARM OFF. tr Sprinkling Rates FOR 1910 The sprinkling: rate for the season, begin ning May 1st and ending November 1st, 1010, in residence section, is rSide by Side 50 foot front and under 8c for each additional foot. ... $6 $ Make a proper comparison! Our goods, side by side with others; qualityr value and price in the balance. Not price alone or quality alone, but both together. Isn't it well worth your while to give thought and time to such a comparison before you buy your summer needs? You'll find it so. Every need at any price consistent with dependable wear. Bradley & Parham At last the city dads have provided hitch racks for the farmers that come to Hickman. The Courier has been asking for them a long Mux and at last our offorta have bten rewarded. J. R. Brown was busy the first of the week putting thorn In. any lava bctwuen his front teeth and exhale a cloud ot germicidal vapor from hie lungs. Instinct has taught Jhlui to fight off tho dread Inflama-- , tlou of tho meninges. While ho was on the subject, the French doctor might have added that not one boozo-flghtin n thousand er contract leprosy. It is a fact, and will be borne out by statistic. Pleaso don't spoil the moral by remarking that not one porson In u thousand has leprosy anyhow. It U true, but it Is Univalent to tho subi t-- Business house rate, each door This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sPrinkle. HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. Incorporate- - ject. The French doctor Is right. In the decanter and the "makings" Me the hope of the health of tho race. Smoke and drink to your heart's content You probably will get to bacco heart. uisk nvrw enitrlfli I multiple nourltls, neurasthenia, hobnailed liver, locomotor ataxia nicotine poisoning, delirium tremens, heart tllsejiHo and general demontln, but the ohancos are against your over being troubled with menlugltls or leprosy. N attend tho victim', wero forced to amMarshall to Hear Haskell Case. putate It just above the elbow. The McAlester, Okla., June 15. Federal injured man is resUng well today and Judge J. A. Marshall of Salt Lake pretty gocd for bis 'City has notified tho department or the chances are recovory, although his adJustice that he can preside at the ultimate trial of Gov. Haskell in connection vanced age, being CO years old, will J retard his recovery. with the Muskogee town lot cases. Neither Bud nor his son, Jim, who shooting, will mako a stateOf course prices for plumbing; and did die ment concerning the origin ot tho tinning will come down now, but you may yet havo a tragic will have to get my prices to see Just trouble which end. From the host Information obhow low they go. John Cotton. tainable, the father, accompanied by another eon, went to Jim Roberto' That disc cultivator Is dull Isn't home, for what purpose Is not known. it? It. L. Gray can make It better While there tho father and son engaged In a quarrel, and it Is alleged than a new one. the former advanced upon tho latter Mrs. Hardy Neighbors, of tho Mt. with a shovel or spado. Jim Roberta Murlah neighborhood, died Monday of Is then alleged to have run Into tho c .ibtmptlon. She was 24 years old, and Is survived by her. husband and house after a gun and his father was two email children. shot as he ran from the promises. It you want to buy a farm or town property, call at tho Courier office. Don't spit on tho sidewalk. 100 J Now, will you out the weeds? Jo , $v Experimenting DECK'S Smart College Clothes have passed the " Lives of poor men oft reminds us honest toft don't stand a chance; tho mora wo ork wo leave behind us big ger patches on out pants. On our pants once now and glossy now are patches ot different huo; all beoause subscribers linger and won't pay up Undo Joo N'oonon and wife hav what U .duo. Then let all bo up and returned from a visit with relatives doing; sond In ycur mite, bo It o'pr ut Denver, Colo . "so small, or when tho blasts ot wind shall strlko us we shall no pants at Quito's Excellence flour Is positiveAnything you want that we haven't all. ly guaranteed by us. BeUrworth got In Furniture we will bo glad to Watch for the BLUE MARK on & Prathcr. order It for you. Hickman Furnlturo tbo upper right hand corner of your Telephone 1S3 for your wants lit, Company. Courier. It U to notify you that your the grocery line Caso & Son. subscription la about to expire. No papers are teat out after tho subFOR, SALE: A good bottom farm B. Cox vUlted Hickman relatives scription Is out ot over 200 acres. $38 per aero will first of tho week. buy It; don't Inquire unless you mean Tho Mississippi river levee, which Do not bo misled; remember th business. Adjoining farms held at has been accumulating rain water for tailor Schmidt 6G to ICO. several years until about 7,000 acres of land was under water, was out Wednesday by permission ot the government authorities secured by petition. This will enable crops to bo made on sonr land that has been out of cultivation for sovernl years. Much of this land is In timber, and wo aro Informed that muoh of tho timber has been killed by standing water, and it Is thought I he sanitary rondltleu of that part of the county will bo muoh Impiovcd by draining Courier. this wator A man who was afraid of thunder crawled Into a hollow log as a pliu-of safety during a thunder storm. Tho thunder rolled and tho ruin poured down In torrents, and tho old log began to swell up till tho poor fellow was wedged In so tight that ho could not get out. All his past Bins begun passing before him, when nuddonly ho remembered ho was not taking his county paper, and ho felt so small that ho was ablo to back right ou without any trouble. o acre farm to sell Kennedy. The shoot Is over and (ho was a Jim-dand- Miss Mary Moore, of Union City, the guest of Mrs. II. I'arham this woek. Is Alvln Ilabb and Miss Corda Kraft, ot Uayfleld, were married la Fulton, Mondiy. Vacation Hints sVK win WYt&z&m 2V t ,1 WW ImmVwH.. 1 experimental stage. You take no chances when you buy a Peck suit because it embodies the the tastes of the high cost custom tailors and the cleverest possible workmanship. We'll expect you in for an early inspection of summer styles of ' SSBSBSB' SSBBBftf sflVflBBsC l3 W mil mm ... PECK'S SMART COLLEGE CLOTHES l low ESbsT 1 1 : fel- - mmwmum .... 1M S2v MJ J don't overlook 'em. They're the nobbiest young Designed by Rosenwald & Weil, Chicago garments you II find anywhere in town and at B anywhere uear the low price we're asking. , Tho wheat crop In Fulton county as well as all other counties Is BalJ U bo tho best for a number of years. The hoads aro all well filled and tho grains large. This is duo to tbo largo amount of cold woather that tho country has had. Tho yield Is exoaedlngly gratifying to tho farmers. Tho com and cotton crops, while backward aro said to bo surprisingly good and growing fast. Tho crop wll bo a good ono If tho weather will only bo kind enough to net favorable to its growth, Tho tobacco la coming out butter than was expected and tho quantity will be larger than was Baltzer 8r Dodds Dry Goods Company INCOKPORATKD There are many pleasant little scenes that can be better remembered with the aid of a good Kodak. We have them from $1.00 to $30.00. Special help given to amateurs and learners. We carry all neces-supplies. first thought. HELM & ELLISON ,1 ' rn ff S?&10- - miM?it4iim mm "1 !" t AT UNION 4 .! IX H 8ETH CURLIN STARTS FACTORY B'-Hli CITY. Curlln, ror sjmio tlino loMr cated lu Ht. Iouls, returning to Union City n fow weeks ago. In pro. paring to add another story to tho brick building on Harrison to the rear of tho Decoy Duck Factory for th t purpose of manufacturing coats Mr Curlln is tho Inventor of tho canvas Uetoy Uuck nnd tho nlr bed. Tho canviiK decoys nro also Inflated with air It Ik tho only factory of tlio kind lu America, und It U tho rtHiiU of Mr. Curlln's goulua. Mr Curlln sold bin interests hore to illrkman Homo your ago and ami then to Ht. Louis. Ho hau however, to locate. His fam ily In with hlui here, and at noon as posslblo ho will huvu hla nuw coat fuctory In operation. Tho brlek far-loy struo-lurbulldliiK U an which he expects to enlarge right uwny with another story, lie will Install for tho beginning a hair doxen sewing maahlnoa, which will rtqulru the expenditure of something like two hundred dollar a day for labor and material. The factory will bo one of the now i nlerprlxen, and we hall with pleasure Mr Curlln's Invent muni and with int. Wo wish htm all the success possible Union City Coinmur clal rala-iiroory one-store, von-turo M Council Proceedings U, Your House will look more attractive, both exterior and interior, will be better to live in, will be better to keep, better to sell, better to rent and last longer if properly Baltzer Resigns No Councilman Mere Spitting en Walks and Other Public Places Cltlrens Must Cut Weeds Jackson Street to be Kept Clear of Idle Vehicles, Accounts Allowed, Etc. Hickman, Ky., June C, 1910. painted. That is what paint is for, and that is what we can supply. Come in and get a paint card showing all colors. Helm & Ellison WILL GET FAMILY TOGETHER AT RE.UNION. The members of the family nro ro-ui- i- lalor. I'owcll, Schlenkor and Hnlc. Minutes or last meeting wore read and on molten approved awl signed. Tho following accounts were presented, properly approved and on motion allowed by tho vote of tho four councilman present, and checks order cd Issued for amounts: Council met la regular session. Present Mayor DllloH, Couacllmen oirKniant J. R. llrown, balanco for work on filling Tom Tom Sent wagon $1470 Carroll street Dollln Jr., Misc. claims. $11.10 Dillon Jr., street work.. $31.80 & Leggnto, attending to hose July 1, lflOS to Apr. 1, 1910, 180.00 Rood manners, neatness of appearance, absence of obnoxious mannrrlsros. gentleness amiability, deference all these -- nter Into that romposlle quality we call charm, which mouses In Its possessor, so msuy shortqnmlnga we eall by harsher names In those who have It not Tart, courtesy. Charm. Yes. tho "glorious oon be hoM, S I). It I). Fourth" will Hickman Courier, printing ..$14.75 Councilman C. F. Unltzur tendered hla resignation as Councilman, effective nt once. On motion the resignaMr. nnd Mrs. Provow roared n. fam- tion was accepted. ily of eiovon children, all or whom Iloport of City Treasurer for May, nro living, but never yet hnve thpy 1010: all been at homo at the enme ttimi. General Fund Account,. There aru nine boys and two glil. To hal. per April Toport ...4455.55 All tho boyg llo In West Hlokman To olieckH deposited by Tom and tho ladles, Mrs, Laura I'lnlou 288.08 Dillon, Jr and Mrs. Sena Tbbmpson reside at Cryslnl. 1744.23 Hy amt. paid out during May. . 288.C8 Tho boys arc W. II., John, J. 1L. 0. K.. T. 0., 0.. II. L.. It A., Dal .to credit this account.. S4G5.55 and K. M. Provow, Jr. ' City Hall Account. 01 course there will bo "dinner on To cash ree'd H. C. Helm.... $200.00 Him giound," plninlng to have a big family Ion at the home of I M. Provow. wtae Crystal, Tenn., Juih 20. The illustration shows the celebrated CUSTOM TOE SirKmafiL is but ont of the many styles of this spiendid shoe made in a model mini' factory, where nothing else but mens' shoes are built, by expert shoemakers, from the best leathers and materials obtainable; there is no other Toe; our last has never been successfully imitated thouch many have tried. which Custom a All Lasts, All Styles, All Leathers $3.50, $4, $5. CUSTOM MADE BY WERTHEIMER-SWARTS Luton auto collided with Tho best flour ever brought to Scoarco's buggy, while ontouto Hickman Quito's Excellence and Auto the gun oluti grounds Tuotday, tumn Leaf each sack guaranteed and demolished one of tho rear Travis. wheels of the buggy. Judge lleuley was In tho vehicle with Mr. Rceareo A dainty dessert Just after a Quarbut neither was hurt. rel Is Jacobs Candy all slio boxes. bothered with a misfit Don't Harris. when you can get a fit. Schmidt, tho Mt Unnle Throlkold has returnTa.lor. ed to her homo at Woodland Mills, after a visit with Hickman friends. o overdraft last report. $4 40.87 Ck. paid J. A. Cotton.. 200.00 C40.87 Hy SHOE COMPANY By amt. overdrnwii No $440.87 ohango In Water & Light Bond Account since last report. $453.08 Balance W. C, Johnson. City Treas. AAAAsAAAlAAAAAaaAAAAAAAAA ST. LOUIS, U.S. A. Report of City Marshal for May, 1910: Real Taxes collected during May $178X8 Klnea collected ' during May.. 110 00 o. i BARBER SHOP : U-mv-r Don't wait any longer to get that 1 hold Treasurer's receipt for $288.CS poultry fence you need It NOW. We Tea Dlllea, Jr., C. M. have plenty of, 1L Hickman Hdw. On motion the foregoing reports Jsssfefe Company, Inc. were received, ordered spread upon Tho Hlokman Courlor beglu on the records, published and filed. Oii motion, tho Marshal was InL. T. JACKSON. Irp. Irs list year this week, and has tno y structed to hnve Jackson nnd KenIn Its half largest circulation All White Barbers tucky streets cleared of all vehlclus, of existence. Arvd Good Ones Implements, rubbish, etc, V II. Keshan, tho popular proprieTho following ordinances woro inror Mitral itommii Ilia l) K.ili-rrv- r your tor of the, Star MlUn, vf5, zt troduced, read and on motion orderpolrouago-Ui- rjr SJlrclrlo Columbus, accompanied by their pretHi In lb rlty. hTthcnlr spread upon the records, publish nlrvtt ith roonn. jlhlnc nw mt mmforUblr. ami Hlllelt ty visitor. Miss Margaret Raymond, ed ed and filed nnd lay over until next !.' tit jour Iki,Iiim. of New Orleans, woro pleasant visit- meeting for final action: Give Them a Trial ors at this offlco Tuesday. Tao City Council of tho City of Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follows: That It Bliall bo unlawful for any person to spit or expectorato or commit any nuisance upon tho flooru or walls or nny public building or 'f any room or place Into which the lubllc aro Invited to enter pr which ma ho provided for public use, or upon nny side-wallu the. City or Hickman, Ky., und any person so r orroudlng shall bo guilty of a nnd upon conviction shall 00 fined not less than Klvo Dollars nor more thnn Twenty Dollnrs, and tho There arc hundreds of articles in our line that are costs of the prosecution in each ofjust os essential to comfort, ut this season, as a straw fence. oen-Mirit Estate Hickman Furnlturo Co., headquarters for undertakers goods. Your parties are not complete unless REO Is serve . Cowg Ill's. Tho Kodak season is bore. A big lino at from $1 up. Helm & Ellison. W. T. Sudberry left "Wedncsdny for Pnducah to visit relatives for n row dayst FOR SALE; The Allison Tyler res ldence property on the hill. Can be bought for about half what it Is real ly worth. It will bear close Inspec tion. FOR SALE: A nlee residence, one block from Postotfice. The house has 6 rooms, two halls, and two 1b good repair and a very desirable place. Call at this office. s; For Sale J.. A. Moore returned rrom Louisville, Wednesday, and left the same day for New Orleans,La., on business. The word niblo si derived from the Ijitin name Dlblla, which was treated as" a singular, although It comes rrom" tho Greek neuter plural, mean ing "Little Books." This Greek dl-- l munltlve was derived rrom byblus, or papyrus, the famous material on which ramous books wero written, title "Dlblo" was. rirst used o tho middte or tho second Chrissecond tian century In the epistle or Clement (xiv, 2.) In the Art Gallery. "And who Is this without any armst" asked the wife. "Oh, that Is the Venus de Mllo," re- HOT WEATHER FURNITURE FOR SALE: In the new Rogers Addition, between Southern Heights and city line, ten a3 pretty lota as you ever saw to go at a very low flguro. Theso lots are level, desirable building sites, of good depth, aud can be had in any width. Thoy lay at the south end of tho now steel bridge. Present improvements consist of coucreto walks, water mains elec'rlc lights, etc. To start tho ball rolling we will sell ten lots at $150 each; others will bo higher. Restrictions will bo placed on these lots eo that only nice homes and white people will be In tho neighborhood. FOR SALE: One of tho very best lots In. the Henry Addition. Cash or time. FOR SALE: A small form, one mile from town, all In cultivation; a fine one for truck farming. Will bo sold on easy terms. All necessary Improvements. Thla office. FOR SALE: A No. 1 good business building located in the heart of tho city. Will bo sold at a sacrifice' If taken at once. Hunts readily for a good figure. Good reasons for selling k mlsde-menno- For particulars apply at the Courier office. FOR SALE: For a limited tlino wo will offer for sale at a BARGAIN, ICO acres of flao timber land STATE OWNS ALL near Reelfoot Lako. Owner says OF REELFOOT LAKE. there aro 1,000,000 reet of cypress, ash, gum, etc., on this land. Now ral Hon. C. N. Glbbs, ono of the best cottages FOR SALE: Two West Hickman, lot CCxl96, fenclu ed, water works, etc. Either ouo for $500 or both for $950. Tho houses cannot be built for this money. FOR SALE: A flno 17 acre tract right at southeast limits of city, has house, barn and outgood two-stor- posted lawyers on tho Reelfoot Lako trouble sums tho matter up In tho following lines: hat or a summer dress. The items arc too numerous to mention here- - bnt if it's in house furnishings, furniwe have it. Wc offer you strictly high-clas- s factory, and can save you ture bought direct from from 10 to 50 per cent on anything we sell' cash or credit and the largest stock in Fulton county to select from. Here is a sample of our prices: Large, elegantly designed Lace Curtains, others charge $1.50 to $2.50 a pair, our price $1 Other prices accordingly. Sec us for ICE CREAM FREEZERS REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES PORCH FURNITURE MATTINGS, CARPETS SCREEN WIRE, Etc, If you don't trade with us we both lose money. Four big rooms filled with house furnishings. You will be surprised at the extremely low prices at the The City Council of tho City of Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follows: That It shnll bo unlawful for any owner or tho agent or- party In con- jtrol of any lot lu tho City or Hick- man, Ky., to permjt unsightly weeds to grow upon snldlot bo owited or controlled, or between tho lino or said lot nnd tho curb of tho street, and any person railing within a time atter notice by tho maror police to cut said weeds, shal shnll be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shnll be fined not less than Five Dollars nor more than Twonty Dollars for each ofonco. On motion tho Hickman Wagon Co. was exempted from city taxes for tho next flvo yenrs, provided the operation of the plant bo continued; nnd permit granted It to put In a switch on Water st.. north of Its blacksmith Bhop and now vacant lots und to erect Iron clad metal roof on east buildings on Its; vacant-lot- a 'side of Kentucky street between Clinton nnd Water streets, On motion Council adjourned. Attest: H. C. Helm, City Clerk. real-ouablo y St. Louis Furnishing Co. buildings of all kinds. Would make a nice addition to the town and Is plied the husband. farming or "How In the world did she manngo an Ideal tract for truck The new railroad get her dress buttoned up is. iiis. dairy business. to will mako this land double In valuo back, do you suppose?" "Llkq other women. She may have In noxtl2 months. For either homo bad a husband, you know!" Yonkers or Investment this proposition Is hard Statesman. to beat. For particulars call at tho Courier office. Saw It First. resiFOR SALE: A new One or the waiters In a local restaurant was overheard talking with an- dence nnd 4 vicinity lots (4 acres) other about the attractions now play- barn, etc., Just outsido city limits; a ing In the city. corking good place for tho money. "Are you going to see 'Romeo and Enough ground for truck gardening Juliet?' " asked his companion. you've been "No," answered the waiter, decided- and poultry. Tho placo looking for; let us give you tho figly, "I saw 'Romeo and Juliet when it was first produced lour years ago." ures on it. Snades or Shakespeare! residence FOR SALE: Nlco aud lot 50x150, In East Hickman; all A Great Invention. Gyer A wtllknown scientist has necessary Improvements good stable Invented what he calls a "muck-ray- " cistern, fences, etc $900 will buy IL niachlno that seems destined to fill a Ownor baa good reasons for selling-C- all long-fel- t want. at Courier office. Meyer What is its object? Gyer It will enablo the public to rosldenco FOR SALE: Nlco see how a candidate can spend $10,-00- 0 house, getting himself elected to a S1.G00 in West Hickman. Has coal Quality counts in Shingles get tho huggy shed and all other Improveofflco and yet grow rich on the deal. best by buying direct rrom our mill. ments. Well locatod; enslly worth Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. $1,500 to $1,800. but will sell for less. Call at the Hickman Furnlturo Co. Aro you routing? Cut It out, own a Keep your eye on tho real estate home. This Is a bargain. bargains In thla papor. It may con- ror anything you want In furniture. tain Just what you aro looking for. FOR SALE: Nice rosldenco near and the College, Plenty of The best Hour In Hickman Bulte's all Improvements. Terms ground purTry a sack or 101 Htghost Grado to suit Phone Excellence at Bettersworth & Patent Flour. Case & Sou. chaser. Don't pay rent. See us, If you want a hesae. Hlckmaa Courier. No. 183. First, that all tho North Carolina grants for parts of said tract wero valid, but have been adjudicated and taken up by this State by numbers f and other grants Issued by tho State by numbers, and such new grant loeatcd on other lands In tho State. Second, this course was suggested by tho Supreme Court of Tennessee and carried out by tho Stnto, which action committed the State to holding that those submerged lauds were not then, or now, subject to entry, survey or grant, nnd such are of no validity. J Third, that the action ."Of the Leg granting these Ulnturo in 1839-4lands to a brldgo company on condition that they dra'.n the lako In ten years, was a recognition of the fact that tho lauds wore not subject to entry or grant, as the State at that tlmo had not the right to sell or grant any lands west or Tennossee river. The Stnto had:pjowor only as agent of tho United States and to satlBfy proven claims of all North Carolina claimants. Fourth, there has never been nny act to grnnt such lands so submerged, nnd for tho want of such enactment no grunt could be valid. Therefore, tho Stato owns nil tho lako. nnd tho courts have tho power to declaro such grants void and, U tho courts rail, tho General Assembly has the power by law to declaro them Invalid, tho mother state, North Carolina, having furnished a. precedent. 0, insurance Kennedy. (O k- - -- ; - tf - NAIFEH BROS' SALE BEGINS TOMORROW Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable Goods at Slaughter Sale fc) NEGRO HANGED FRIDAY IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. Geo. Jackson, a negro rapist, was TAKEZK hung at the county scat of our neighboring county across tho MissisAUTOMOBILE sippi last Friday morning at 10 o'FALLS IN DEEP DITCH. JnniCH Tyler, of Fulton, ntteitded clock. Sherlt Cupp performed the execution in the Charleston Jail yard While enrouto to Jlickmnn In an the shoot this week. In- - the presence of a number of automtblle Monday morning. Dr. Jno. Harry Threlkeld and wife wero In B Disir.ukes, 1'nul McKeel and Harry Union City this woek. . The negro walked with a steady Qreenwalt had a narrow cscapo when step to the gallows, taking his place the machine fell Into a ditch near Miss Nora Moorse, of Fulton, Is upon the trap db directed without Wingo. Tho ditch was a very deep visiting Hickman friends. 36.1 on Cairo RIVER: reached stand last night . nblt to appear against him at the April term at which Jackson was tried and found guilty. BALLOW CREA80N. - CTRAY LOCAL NOTES LP guanej S EVERY DAY WE SELL . . I I. W. DobblnB and wife, of Fulton, attended the shoot Tuesday. Doo Henry, of near town, has ac cepted a position In tho Mongol office Geo M. Smith was hero from Newborn, Tenn., on business, this week. Ernest Crcason and Miss Anglo Ballow of this city, surprised their many ft lends by being quietly mnr-rlc- d In Union City yesterday afternoon. The bride's parents rcBldo near Springfield, Mo., having left thU neighborhood koveral months ago, and she has been making hor home with Mr. Cllnke, of this city. Sh Is n pretty, winsome little lass, and will doubtleiw prove a worthy couipan ton . Ernest (hotter known as Dan) Is u on of Mrs. Jennie Mooney, and a Hplanilld young follow. At present he drug store, Is employed In anc" bns a host of friends who Join the Courier is cstsdiss best sriihea for himself and wlfo. Cow-gill'- s A. Tho five-year-o- ld son of Jaa .Os-bur- The Same Goods for Less Money Better Goods for the Same Money 6 j2j died Tuesday. at his homo near Claytou, Miss Cora Berryman, of near Union City, visited Miss Dottlo David-sothis week. n FOR CASH Miss Moore, of Union City, is the Kuest of Mlsss Nannie and Haxol Melbeuy . New Arrivals Coming All the Time 0 COME IN AND SEE THE GOODS I i Judge Pleas Taylor, an old Hickman citizen, of Fulton, was here Wednesday. Mrs. Eda Rice, of near Union City. was the guest of Mm .8. K. Davidson this week. Mrs. 11. A. Royal, of Villa Ridge, Ills., Is tho guest of her daughter. Mrs. F. S. Mooro. Mlssos Jesalo I.oq and Erllnee Heed of Fulton, were here this week tho guests of relatives. Mrs. Alex Barnes and children re turned Monday from a few days vis-I- t at Three States. Miss Emma Tyler has relumed from Staunton, Va., whero eho has been attending school. Mrs. Horaco I.uten and children, of Fulton, visited her mother, Mrs. Mnggle Handle, this week. Mrs. Bettle MoCeheo, of MoKoaiie, Tenn., Is tho guest of Misses Bettle and Alllo Dodds this week . Percy Jones will hnve a forma opening of Sulphur Springs Park, in tho east part of town, tonight. Everything will be wldo open. Nothing will be charged for admission and plenty of amusements. This place Is now lighted up by electricity and all provision made for comfort and conSeveral good speakers venience. Rep. F. S. Moore, Judge II. T. Dart and Judge II. F. Remloy will be on hand to entertain you, together with good music. Tako a night off and follow tho crowd to Sulphur Springs made in this style or ANY style you choose can now be had SUIT AT A GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE Come In and Ask About It. TO 3VC0BA.WTJIX3H 03STX-V- " MILLET & ALEXANDER B. A. F. GIRLS OF J rr - 9 I E. R. Ellison's frrtfrrrrrfw uX I Cash Store nar Marun Last Wwlnvlay evening. Mr. and Mrs J 1,0pm spa' 8aMirila Mrs. II. O Brasftohl threw opn of their beautiful country hom and tfuiidajr t MnrMi to tli II. A. F. Olrls and friends. Tho halls bh1 dining rwim were artlsoally decorated with spengerle and white roMtts. As the guU arrlvad. piih was rvd In the had by MUle Betsy's Pointers "A woman who and I.uaile Hendrtx. annuyaucc gets nervous over a little of A deltghtfHl mnnu oonrtMlHK U batching n bunch of trouble far eream In club tutor and nngi food afI the morrow. Molly and ter .wide Investigation, that tkt bot was sarved. In the reeotving tine stood Mi.-place In town to get grocrles an-- l fresh meats Is at Ellison Bros., be- Curlln, Under. Ropor, Hurras and came there are three things alt Im- Clark. The Moaiiy baud furnished uiutir portant at the place whore I bry Uintughout lb vanning. . thli'g to oat. , ors Allc-Pralh- STATE LINE ENTERTAIN. villi-- , MUs Httl William, of Browns spuit Hunday at hula Spring E7nMHMHHK3i3? ngr, ip?3SS B&Wt s C' z falUrlng or Bhowlng any emotion one and in tho . fall the occupant whatever. Ho was calm and seemed were painfully Injured. Or. Dlsmukes was skinned up on the leg while unconcerned as to bis fate. Al 10:16 tho black cap had been the others were not so badly Injuradjusted, his arum and legs tied, tho ed. trap was sprung and Jackson was hunt;. He dropped about six feet. Dm .Vernon and Marshall were in Rev. Iiucklngbain, representing tho attendanco and In twenty minutes he movement of this district, was pronounced dead. His neck la will hold services at the Baptist Bala to have been broken. Church Sunday morning nt 11 o'clock Jackson was proven guilty of the and at tho Methodist Church Sunday most heinous crime, that of assault- evening at 8 o'clock. By mutual ing an old white lady, Mrs. Jessie there will bo no preaching T, Henderson, aged about C5 years. services at tho Methodist Church on - Had he not been frightened away Sunday morning and none at the no doubt ho would have killed the Baptist Church Sunday night in orold lady. In the testimony it was der that both congregations may atbrought out that be knocked Ler tend the scrvlcos. her down and beat and kicked her. The Fiscal Court will let contracts One .of nor ribs was broken and her next week for tho working of roads faco and other parts of her body wera in s badly burised. The testimony also at this county. If you want a chanco it, got your bids ready. The showed the disreputable character of negro. Mrs. Henderson was provT Court will doubtless pay good wages the en an honest, hard working old lady. and In turn will want good work . Jackson had gained admission to her A vory Interesting meet house by accusing Mrs. Henderson ing has Juat closed at the Kast Hickof Laving a dog that belonged to him. man Chanel. The services wero conMrs. Henderson was confined to her ducted by Hevfl. Vaughn, McQlll and bed for some tlmo in a precarious Wilson, resulting in twelve convercondition, and it was thought for a sions. long tlmo she could not recover. Mrs. Bonnn Cavitt- - has returned to The outrage was committed near Bird's Point, Thursday, November 4 8L Louis after a visit to Mrs. S. M. nntl-Baloo- n nntl-Baloo- n FIRST: Cleanliness. And Ellison's stor is always kept be held at the home of Mrs. Fannie dean and attractive. Shaw, Tuesday afternoon. SECOND: Freshness. Mrs. T. D. Johnson and daughtor, Ellison does not sent out old stato Ruth, of Ogden, Utah, wero guests Roods. Their groceries aru alway of her brothor, R, B. Johnson, Wed frown. nesday. THIRD: Good Service. Guy Robblns, wlfo and children and Thoy fill ordors promptly and oulok Mrs. J. E. Bobbins, of Mayfiold, spent ly and most always have what you Monday and Tuesday with Mrs. M, want." Ambers. TRY US! Jet us send you a saek Miss Alteon Brown, of Fulton, and of Belle of Ava Flour. Maurice Arnold Bray, of Winona, Its the highest grade flour manuMiss., were married at Fulton, WedMakes beautiful, white factured. nesday. light bread and always tho same. Prico is down now.. Miss Jessio Lee Reed left for her home In Fulton this morning after Or Can of Boca Coffee. spending several days with MUs Its high grndo coffee at va low Maymo Naylor . price. Only 1!G cents the pound. Fine flavor and aroma. Miss Lulu Tyree, of Humboldt, A call meeting of the U. D. C. will ISRAEL CLARK OIVEN SURPRISE ON 80th BIRTHRAY. I I " 190!, and Mrs. Henderson was hardly Cavitt and family. Tonu., Is the guest of Miss Iva Ad Or, Some Florida Vegetables. ams. Mrs. C. W. Curlln and Miss Refrigerator cars enable uh to Adams met her at Glbbs. give you fine, fresh vegetables long bofore you can get them from your Wednesday, Mre. Q. W. Curlln gavo own garden. o luncheon in honor of a Miss Iva Adams and her visitor, MIsb Or a Loaf of Shaker Bread. Lulu Tyree, of Humboldt, Tenn. If you haven't tried our bread yet, you'ro missing something good. J. C. Moore, ago 77, one of tho old rut and most highly respected cit- And the Best Candles, Pure and izens of Mississippi county, Mo., died Fresh at other at bis home in Charleston, Juno 4. Store's Prices. flve-course H a I. We Kjiow We know we show what you owe your summer wardrobe. Again, we know what you ought to wear where-eve- r . you go, be it lake, seashore, mountain or flitting to and fro in your car motor, steam or trolley. Besides, we know you can't surpass the good taste and splendid, values of our selections, from hat to hose. What do we know? Finally, we know our prices will suit your purse. iv- - s Bradley & Parham v m Miss MntUo DcBow, one of the Telehone No. 30. Hickman College teachers, left ThursEllison Brothers. day for Rising Fawn, Ga., to spend her summer vacation and to visit Mrs. M. E. Powell. J R. Moslor arrived hero from Union City Thursday, to visit his G. Ed Johnston camo up from Ripson, J. S. 'Mosler, on routo 2. ley, Tenn., this week to visit hln Tho sixteen year old son of Geo. brother, W. A. Johnston. While here ho made a trip to the bottom and aaw Scott, whoso name we are unable to tho best land be ever laid 'his eyes learn, died at tho homo of his par ents In East Hickman, Sunday, of on. pnoumonia. Burial took place near JaB, C. Patterson and Mrs. Gcorcla Clinton. Badger, a well known Fulton county Leonard Jackson and Miss Leo couple, were married Tuesday at tho home of Capt, Tullls, in East Hick- McDowell, of Capo Girardeau, Mo., man, Judgo W. A. Naylor, officiating. wero married at the court houso in Mr. Patterson runs a store on Sas- this city, Monday, by Judgo W. A. safras Ridge, whilo the brldn is a Naylor. Monday seemed to be tho well known resident of tho lower Judge's busy day In tho mntrimonlal bottom. Tho wedding came ns a sur- business. Later he tied tho knot for Th9 two dusky couples Walter Brown an prise to their many friends. (Courier wishes them a Ufo of happl- - Nadlo Smith and Gene Dal ton and Ethel Brownlue, of tab vicinity. Beat. Ipie fine old country place of Mr. Israel Clark, six uiilfts north was of lllakinaii. was tho soene of quit a merry gathering on last Friday, the known". Vmi ran't know how wonderooeaslon being the eightieth birthday ful it rrally it until ytHi hear it. of Mr. Clark. The affair was In tho Why nut stop in today nature of a surprise to Mr. Clark, having been so planned by Mrs Rice. Mrs. Will Clark and Misses Maggie and Rvtta Clark, and great was his bewilderment when Mr. and Mrs E C. Rice and family, of Illrksnan. to gethor with Mr. and Mrs. W II Clark and family, of State Line ar rhed, bearing mysterious looking baskets, boxes, etc., whluh contain' d as was proven later, contributions 'o the olegant birthday dluner whf-was served nt the noon hour. Editor llnc of tho I nlon City Tho afternoon was spent In social N'iws Banner was In this city yis Intercourse and as the evening shad tcrday ows began to gather, the company bade a roltictant farewell to tho bout, who declared that ho feels sixteen, though his grey halra do bespeak MABt. tOU VJl HY eighty. May he live (o enjoy many mora birthdays . Among those present in addition to tho family and relatives, were Dr. S. D. Luton, who for years has been tl)e family physician of Mr. Clark, s Is-and Mrs. Thos. E, Kennedy and two ff ;?i children, of San Antonio .Texas, tho ' guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Clark. I I Victrola the instrument you have seen advertised no extensively as "the most wonderful musical iiutrn tuciit the world has ever Conic tit and hear the Cllison Bros. PetersSttf'eJCo. V .zMS 4 ft. -- MMlw! ' WhisVlllim.' MWM Sl v vl Mrs. C. W. Wodo died Monday morning at her homo In Mayflcld, nftor a two wocks' illness of typhoid pnoumonln. Her htiBband died only a few months previous. She wan formerly Miss Florence Wilson, and had chargo of tho dress making department of Smith & Amherg's storo for over two years, and was well liked by many Hickman people Sho lonvcs a six months old blind baby girl. Hor parents reside in Marshall, Mo. MPMr .Mk. 7 7. Popular Styles Popular Prices Mrs. F. T. Handle nnd Miss Mabel Wilson returned Wednesday from n visit to Nashville. They were accompanied home by Ross Cheshire, T. S. Mooney and wlfo rotttrned Tuesday from Caruthersvlllo whore thoy have been vlfcltlng hla children, 12 to $3.50 Bradley & Parham 1 1 - 'g ""-- r VVjsBswnfHiisfmirwmi palgWMsjMJMfclfMsjflrsJfc