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The Hickman courier: June 21, 1910 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 hic1910062101_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: June 21, 1910 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- fl ( FOLKS NOW UVttfO In Fulton county will Ull you that we print tuoro Urn iirwi lliau ur oUivriMiwrlu rcllon of Kentucky IM I THE HieKMRN COURIER Wagon up the Hill of Success. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the Axles of Your Wagon, T XV X a E3 - .A. - X7V ES 3E3 XC) LL. . j." i. . - A BLUE MARE HERE menu nrlptlon baa eintrwl lieaew promptly Ifyoa want the pa pot to coma to yon attar tbli month that your Mil Advertising is the Ttam that Pulls tha Commetcial Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE TOLDJCE 51 MO. : OLDKBT PAPER IN WEBTERN XRNTOOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JUNE OUR HANDSOME AND 21, 1910. ESTABLISHED IK THE TEAR 1HHO HO.SUUS vf N fftJTi(ej tl,lfalY',lnl''l"l"r'i"l"lMl'H'I"l"l' GQLDFIELD GETS PUGILISTIC FIG PROHIBITION AGAIN UN ACCOMPLISHED FRIENDS. Following aro tho names or as handsome and scholarly lot of peoplo as we have over Seen anywhere. Pasta this clipping In your hat and you will hnro a ready reference list of tho best folks on curth, Of courao they take tho Courier wouldn't do without It and havo "got right" bIiico our lost report: CLas .Beadles, Fulton. Mrs L. K. Stowo, Rnvcndcn Spgs., Courier Want Column U.VTKS-O- ne T ISSUE IN TENNESSEE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR GOVERNOR DEMANDS REPEAL. M"l' 1. Cent per Word por Week Ciub la Advance t,,ii,M"l"M-1..... 1. 1..... ; 11 ,i, PUGILISTS PLAN TO HOLD BOTH CONTESTS IN SAGE BRUSH STATE. WANTED: Doo Reid. Day boarders. Mrs. Faction of Party Opposed to Him May Place Independent Ticket In the Field. FOR SALE OR RENT: Residences on Troy Avenue, H. T. Beale. 2tf DRESSMAKING: Mrs. Eula man, next to LaClede Hotel. 3 Sal- ,4 M'CARNEY Bwdne Back Men MAKES Send TRIP Representative Before te Place Proportion Promoters Two Sites Invested. San Francisco, Juno 18. Tex Riot-trla chipper as ev-r- . have been whlpsawcd and doubto-oiosscto a fnusle." he Hitld, "but I am sUII on th d d i hat offered $12 1.000. and Rlcknrd ara tho fight will go to hat city wine other place bids more, which be does not anticipate. "I now announce positive? that this fight will bo held on the afternoon of July 4, even If have to co out Into nd flcht In tho the sagebrush of the coyote, without a single paid admission. I will krep niy word and It won't be the first tfoie Tex Itlckard baa been broke nut I don't expect to co broke on thla fight "Frlaco people are frantic OTer loi Ins tbU flcht They would (Ire anything in the world to have It held there, but Uie governor la governor, and I guiss well have to Jump to Why. these Reno people are Reno. to anxious for tho fight that they art already clearing up the ground for the arena, which they axreo to build fre of charge for we, and thy will pay for the atato fight license. "I received very assurance that I would bo allowed to bare the fight hem, and I bare already spent JIB 0M la preliminary work, which will be a dead loss, t can oaly hope wo will do at well In llrno aa we would bavo done In old Frisco. We teay loto a lot of easterners and California spectators, but the whole of Nevada will be standing at tha door with ticket. waiting to get In." Job. Uoldfleld unl! pre-coc- o Nashville, Tenn., Juno 18. The nomlnatlou of Oov. M. R. PaUorson Ark. for redaction on a Democratic pint-forCnpt .Loo Campbell, City. Indorsing the repeal of the proJ. P. Cuslck, Roujo 3. hibition lawn has resulted In strong I. O. Smith, Horlonse, Tenn. v talk In favor of an Independent canT. 8. Moon"y, City. didate. State politic In Tennesaet-li" at white heat for somo time .. Dr. B. W. Luton, Roulol. ' as a insult of tho prohibition enaet-inrMro. Jno. Slmrry, Mobile, Ala. killing of former Senand tho J. D. Webster, Route 4. . ator Carmack. Tho result of the J. A. Mporo, Rayvlllo, La. convention Just closed aro adding fuel -1 8, J. Self.. State Line. to tho flame. ' II. Moore, City. Governor Patterson, In his speech "" LpwIh Hegmon, City. of acceptance, reviewed tho whole W. T. Easthnm, City. Jfci L awLsMgysairjfciJPFvpy course of bin official administration, nnd said all the Ills thut now afflict F. E. Case. City. th stain are traceable directly to John Rlnguood. Los Angeles, Cal, the Intolerance bred by tho ProhibiJ. A. Mollridc. Rotito C. tionists. He unequivocally demands Mm. J. II. Hngau, City. tho wiping out of those ststutes and H. J. Klmes, Routo 4. the return of the state to sanity. J. C. Hunt. City. The nomination of Patterson waa a t .k uuter J ones, rauuean. surprise, to omo of his enemies, who '' Tom Hone, City. declared war on the governor when he W. T. Rondurant.-Rout- e 8.. pardoned Colonel Cooper, convicted of S the murder of former United States J. F. Meneos, Cnyco. , Senator K. W. Carmack. M. A. McDanlel, City. It was announced by the friends of Scth Pcwitt, City. Carmack that the governor's political j. i. Lcggnte, uity. tareer had ended, and that rather Mrs. 13. O. Ramagc, City. than to again see him load the DemoGoo .Glaser, City. V "-- row. crats, another party would bo or1 Mrs .M. D. Johnson, City. ganized. 3 THEOOORE ROOSEVELT. IJ Pleasant, City. I Who was tendered a oreat ovation upon his return to U. S. Saturday. Pruther Wells, Paducah. SANE 4TH. FOR NEW YORK J. R. Scott, Route 3. H .II. Drowry, Route 1. City Arranges Great 8erles of (James In 18 Parks 25,000 Athletea to Register. Card of Thanks FOR SALE: 3 mares, A colts and sows and pigs. J. II. Saundcrs4p brt FOR SALE: A first class milk cow with young calf. M. A. McDanlel. 4-- p a FOR RENT: Two nlco, new residences In Bond Addition. O. T. Salmon. 2p O. K. 4 nice rooms over FOR RENT: Barber Shop on Clinton street Harry Ellison. ltfc FREE: A telephone directory of tho Hickman Home Telephone Co., by calling at this office. FOR SALE: White Plymouth Rock eggs, for setting. Mrs. A. K. McCon-nel- l, Hickman. Route 3. 33lfc FOR SALE: A Victor Automobile. 20 h. p., two cylinder, four passenger touring car. good serviceable car at a bargln. See Dr. J. M. Hub- -- 'f bard. 2 i 'St WSmSB. Reno, Nov., Juno promoters baa arrived In Rno and obtained permits fot both the Ketobel-Langforand the JeffriesJohnsou fights, both to be held In Reno on July 4, ono in the morning and the other Is the afternoon. Later McCarnay departed from Reno tn company with A. J. Aylsworth, a theatrical manager and chairman of the Reuo business men's committee. Ayltworth- will plaeu before the promoters the proposition of the Reno people. Three probable sites in Reno were inspected. Tho scene of the Hart-Rofight seems tho betL d well-know- rerentlng 18. William the prlte fight ot New York, Juno IS. 'Absolutely Tho Daughters of Uio Confederacy the greatest athletic schedule ever Comlttee, having In charge tho lunch outlined In the history of the world," stand during the Gun Shoot, wish to la the way the modest press agent reof thanking tbostfj fers to the series of game's that aro takp being arranged or the five borougna who aided thorn In many way. The of New York la furtherance of Mayor Hickman Ice & Coal Co. for their a ay Dor's plan for a safe and sane generous donation of ice; Mr. R..A. fourth of July. Tylor for some famous Oakwood barTh games will be under tho aus- becue; Pros. S. L. Dodds for aid in pices of tho municipality, the first ven- many ways too numerous to menture or this kind the city has made. tion, nnd the many (not members It Is expected that 15,000 athletes will of tho Daughters), who so kindly be held In 18 parks. Oold, silver and bronze medals will be awarded to the helped in tho stand and mado contributions toward tho lunch. wl an era, the money for which will come from a municipal appropriation. Mayor Qaynor hopes that tho success of tlip athletic carnival will prove that Tom PJrtle Dies at Water Valley-T- om the fourth of July can still bo a gladPlrtle, n woll known citizen, some day, even It the fireworks are of Wttcr Valley, died Friday night tabooed. at 7 o'clock at his home In that litCENTENARIAN PASSES OFF tle city, lie was another victim of tho dreaded whlto pluguo. Until his health fallud him, Mr. Plrtle was emCarthage, Mc, Woman Joined Church ployed as a salesmn In tho Ben I In 100th Year nd Quit Bennett store. Smsklng. this-mea- f Voile Mrs J. H. Park has rented, thoroughly cleaned and newly furalshod the Meyers' place in West Hickman and will furnish first-clas- s board and nicd clean rooms at reasonable prices. 2tp FOR SALE: One of Fultoa county's best farms, five miles east of Hickman, on roads, switch and scales on corner. Liberal terms very little cash wanted. Mrs. C. V. McDanlel, State Line, Ky. ltfc two-publ- pii r Skirts )t X YOU SHOULD ALWAYS BUY YOUR OWN PAPER. A New Line Just Received We have on sale a new line of black Voile Skirts made in the new Fall styles. You can have your choice of Tunic, Pleated or Plain effects, either plain or braided. Prices $6.50 to $1 5.00' Misses' Skirts $3.00 to $4.50 Roosevelt Runs Second to Eliot. Cambridge, Mass., June IS. PresiThree Killed by Hair Tonic. Hayden, Colo., Juno 1R. Lewis Cor dent Kllot heads tho list of candidate bin, Roy Builck and William Caldwell for Harvard ocn,ers nominated by are dead from drinking a mixture tho graduates, and Col. Roosevelt ocalcohol which was used as hair cupies second place. The nomination wero made by postal ballot. This year tealc. Uuslck was the owner of a and tho others were ranch-ta- t there are six vacancies to be filled, n. Tho men did not know what the tlvo for the full term of six years and one for the term of two years. Mixture was when they ran across 1L g Minister Stutetman Resigns. Washington, June 13. James F. Stutesmao of Indiana, UnlWd States minister to Bolivia for the last two years, hat tendered hit resignation. ilia resignation it said to be due to the appointment of Fred W- - Carpenter to be minister to Morocco and his desire to make a place for II. Percival Dodge, former minister to Morocco. Webb City, Mo., June II. Mrs. age of ltO Austin died at years, at her home In Carthage. Sho was born near Bowling Green, Ky February 16, 1810, and lived eighty-eigh- t years In Missouri. Sho Joined the Methodist church whan she waa 100 years old and gave up smoklag after using tobacco eighty years. te Ono Thlnn Still Fre Tho workfngman7 Ured out with the toll of tho day, drags his weary feet into his rottngo at eventide, hangs up his hat. taxed 85 per cont, put his tin dinner pall, taxed $'S per cent, on tho shelf, pulls of his coarse work gloves taxed 6 per cent, walks over a carpet taxed 127 per cont to an easy chair taxed 42 por cent, takes off his shoes taxed 28 per cent and uox SO per cont, gets out his worsted shirt taxed 135 per cent, throws oft his suspend crs hltclitd to buttons taxed 127 per cent, slips off his trousors, taxed 76 per cent, gets Into his cotton night shirt "taxed !)G per cent, gets Into o bed taxed 68 per cent, pulls a blanket over him taxed 1G5 per cent, and before he falls asleep, ho thanks the Lord that salvation is I I Smith Sr, Amherg Negroes Fined $5 and Costs Lyman Nichols and Lynch Brown, two negroes, were fined J5.00 and costs for excesslvo use of a livery rig taken from Stahr's stablo, Friday night. It was proven In Judge Remley's court that they agreed to take only two persona In the buggy to Union City, but on the hill thoy took another negro on board. At Woodland Mills they were arrested g for the facts to tho livery man and brought back to town. Nichols gave a check In payment of tho pro rata of the third party. This would have been well and good, but ho got busy and stoped payment on tha. check, with' tho result thut It cost the two of them $30. which Is just a llttlo steep for a drive, mis-statin- Once upon a time a farmer who was too economical to take a newspaper sent his little boy to borrow the paper taken by his neighbor, m his haste the boy ran over a beu hive and in ten minutes looked Ilka a watery summer squash. His cries reached his father, who ran to his assistance, and failing to seo a barbed-wir- e fence, ran into It, breaking it down and cutUng a handful of flesh from his nnatomy and ruining a $5 pair of trousers. Tho old cow took advantage of the gap in the fence, got into tho cornfield and killed herself eating green corn. Hearing tho racket, his wife ran, upsetting a churn of rlc't cream Into a basket of kittens, drowning the whole flock. In her hurry she dropped and broko a $7 set of false teeth. The baby, left alone, crawled through the split cream into the parlor and ruined a $25 carpet During the excitement, tho oldest daughter ran away with tho hired man, the calves got out and the dog broko up ten netting hens. Moral: Subscribe for tho newspu per you want to read. four-gallon Juvenile Society Master James Prather, son of Dr and Mrs. H. E. Prather, entertained a number of his little frlonds, Juno 11. at his homo in this city, tho oc cnslon bolng his 4Ut birthday annl vorsnry. Those present wero llttlo Misses Helen Swnyno, Myra Travis. Margaret Johnson, Frances Johnson, Mary Stono; nnd Masters Lelaud Johnson, John Johnson, Neville Charlie Travis, Henry Roney Mark Bradley, Charlie P.trham and Walker Reeves. Ro-ne- Preachers Get In It Rough A spcclaf from Williamsburg, Ky., says that Rov R. V. Over and Rev. Isaac Perry, woll known mountain preachers who had been holding n -- yf ' EggggggtBgPggBggfct3lgMglgBglfca??i ITTi O Va ai. Itlnlv I vlvav IlVA ivyvxiv iqiockjlown frames, marine engines, accessories, etc. IF you arc in the market for anything in the motor boating line, f.vm lllgl rrmrlo ,,ww Knnt. romhlete.. readv to launch, to .. ww., 11UU1 n U:k kovw mnfnr forms, we can take carp of your requirea set of knock-dow- n ments to best advantage. It will pay you to see us before placing your order for anything in the motor boating line. g m WE ARE AGENTS FOR FERRO MARINE IN FULTON CO., KY AND MISSISSIPPI ENGINES CO., MO. GUS MOORE, Hickman, Ky. revival meeting, fought a duel with fret. knives In Uio Rock Creek Daptlst church, Friday, Over's throat bolng Tho Illckiuuu Courier is now a cut from car to ear. twlcea-weepaper. It is only a matTho troublo grow out of charges ter of time until Speer & Sexton against Over, which wero being tried will Issuo a. dally. Sturgeon (Mo.) In tho church when tho fight occur-ed- . Lender. Minister Porry nnd hla brothor, Blaine, aro in jail at Williamsburg. Tho Government crop report shows tho area sown to spring wheat is Tho Big Four, live hardware dealabout 19,742,000 acres or 1,340,000 Charleston, Mo., are advertissown last ers of (7.3 per cent.) more than ing tho Hickman Wagon Hko It was year. product. If they aro a home-growpushed In other towns and states, Geo. Lcnton nnd wlfo roturncd to thoy should be In Hickman and Fultheir homo In Fulton, Saturday, af- ton county. The Tonnesso Wagon Tho Tennosseo .Board of Health ter spending several days with her people are going after business in submitted Its report for May one day brother, R. D. Lnngford nnd family, this field nnd that's not all. thoy last week, showing 24 cases of are getting some of it that belongs nenr town. In tho state, deaths from the to the homo concern. There's a disease 5, and suspected cases 4. reason. Henry Haddon, of Trimblo, Tenu., WIngo has voted bonds for a new is Uie guest of his sister, Mrs, Jno. Qeaalsg and Pressing Schmidt. $5,000 school house. Wright. k n No sane man would cast pearl before swlno in those days; hogs are too. valuablo to take chances of choking them by such folly. Ever notlco that In people who walk miles the ordinary courso havo to tako tho buss go to tho depot to, get When village llfo every day In of business when the on tho train pol-lag- ra a woman gets tho brim of her fashionable hat Jammed up In a narrow doorway wo can not help laughing, and yet wo aim to to tho averago in courbo tesy, but the size of tho fashionable, hat la what amuses us. i J LwI3 mryi mmmMiiHTniiHWlM TTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Misses Carpenter Entertain JUDSON FOR HIGH OFFICE Men- St. Louis Lawyer, a Democrat, tioned aa a Likely Successor to Justice Moody. Washington, June IS JuJsou. of St. Louis, U. D. C. &J tloned as n posslblo Justice or the supremo court There is considerable speculation as to who will succeed Justice Mood) when he Is retired. The recent appointment of Gov. Hughes of New York loads many to bellevo that the appointment will to to the West or Middle West. Frederick N. Judson, of St. I)uls, is a Democrat, but la one of tlio most eminent lawyers in the United States. Mr Judson was recently chosen by Attorney General Wlckershatn to act as special counsel for the Kovernmcut In the suit against tho railroads. Frederick N. Is again men' CHILD SAVES GRANDMA St. Louis Lasale Aged Seven Climbs Stairs With Buckrt In Answer to Aged Relative's Screams. St. Louis, Juno 18 Hester nohan-non- , seven years old, saved tho Ufa of her grandmother Mm. Mnttlo Letter, when gasoline, being used for houserelaning In the Lefler homo ou the third floor of 1105 Chestnut street. was ignited and set lire to Mra. Letter a clothing. The child, poured water over the grandmother's flaming dress and then bravely boat out the fire. CARNIVAL FOUR DAYS OF FUN June 22, 23, 24, 25 inclusive niois:3Vj:L.3xr, is."y. Campbells United Shows BEST THAT TRAVELS 300 Passengers Stranded. Newport, IL I., June 18. The steamer Concord, bound from Provldcnoo to New York, la aground on the west aide of Dutch. Island, with 300 or more passengers aboard. Shortly after the vessel went aground forty-ru- e Palestine school tUstrtet. at an passengers wero taken oS by steamer not and government launch, but the oth- - election bold Saturday, ' r boMaiI In rufnflln iitwiflrif to hate n graded soluxrt. The proposition was l4Mian by ten totes? Schooner Reported Burned. I liavo the grades and prices, bo New York, June 18. Shipping men are trying to establish th Mullly ot not forgtt to havo your grocer flit a burning schooner, pasted by the your order soM by Trarls. liner Mauretanla abut thirty mile If your groceries have not proven ait of Fire Island. Tho captain ot the Mauretanla failed to find any trace entirely satisfactory try trading with or the rrew, which Is believed In have C. II. Mooro. been picked up by a passing vessel Ou Thursday evening of Inst vavU, Mlsttfs Josslo Ioo Held nnd Erllno Iloed, of Fulton, were tbo honoreos of a lawn party given by MIbdob lion nte and Kdua Carpenter. They were assisted In reeoUIng by Mr and Mrs Curl Schmidt, und Misses Swan Ntt) lor and Miriam Luten served orange punch as the guests arrived. Dancing wns enjoyed by n largo number on tho front porch. An excellent salntl course wns served. Tho guests were: Mr. nnd Mm. Carl Subinlilt, Minium Hazel Johnson, Magnlev Hlce, Dottlo JUDGE WISC. Davidson, llortle May Itlce. Louise At wood, Virginia J'rnther, Huth Ellison, Business Philosopher. lues Luten. lrono Helm, Kthel Naylor. "I once knew a perfectly satisfied Ilotner Green, Itubyu Heay, Lillian man," says the Judge, "but I don't Chnutu, LUemo Cheek, Mary Kollcy remember where. To get your full Marguerite Fuqun, Loto Cuvltt, VirAnnie share of satisfaction I will direct you ginia Luten, Install? to the Hickman Drug Co., where sat- Cowglll, Lucllo Ilondurant, Victoria Mnbul Wilson. Frank) isfaction is guaranteed or your mon- llontlumilt. ey back. Their drug service Is un- Held. Hot tl Dsliun, iiitlin Mn wny, excelled, because they carry a large !ah linrr)'. Mnry Merry, rtuth Klin stock of the freshest and best that bro, Cecil Daruus, and Messrs liar .tho markets afford In tho way of ry MileL Hwayne Walker. leonanl drugs. "Accuracy and promptness" UrOwder. Milton Shnw. BlmaThrol A. K. Owens. 1). Owens, lto is the motto of their prescription department. You wilt be delighted Cheshire. W Itondunint. V, Hlltion. with their drug service. Give them Prank rimlth. Humid Dtilktw. IIuhMI Juhuson, Uuy Hale, Ford Maddox, Dr a trial both phones, No. B." C. M. Inckford. Floyd Nnylur. Dr-AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 4 Luten, N. Hulcotubo. Ceoll Shaw. ThrelMd. Arthur Hale. CuwgiU Notty l'oolo, n nogro. was arrested lingers, llobt. lVillow, Arnh Dellnw, Saturday on charge of having stolen W. G. Do limit, dim Alexander and $41 th from Lynch IlrowH. of the same Bdwurd Prnther. rnelnl persuasion. Drown claims his friend l'ool reached In through it Call at the Hickman Furniture Co window and siole his trougwrs, tiiinwy for anything you want in furniture nnd all wlillo ths former slept. best flour In Hickman Uulto'a i- M. AI-vt- n The Excellence o Ueltersworth & l'ra dstdl thor's. Mrs Arthur Towsend has from n visit with relative r'ltirnl at Kut rratrfe. Mo. The Heme Tlrn!io Ir week number of mt Co. ( putting telephones thtt ntv )fsirilH John t'ox we over frotn Union More Shocks Felt In Spain. Madrid, Juno IS. Additional earth-quak- o shocks have occurred at Tor tesa and AltuerU. The people are In in a state of great alarm, althougk fco great damage kaa doae. HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS drrat' ba Mr.vm iHia i' iw TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. 'Hiteittof to II i. IUnni.t I srMrmu Iw On the Streets Heard Q Big Shows 1 0 jjU" tt t" Pvf visit-J ai lis bw eftn jeTBTjfcyB jBy - Marble and Granite . jpfPfal- Ym 1 N -: Monuments (.TRUING, STONE WORK OF ALL rilWJJ, 1KUW ftiriUlWU iiiKiiian, rxcniutAY Tako your produco to C. I!. Moore IBBsrnf"e sBrr y Clarence llatler. of Fulton, Henry Travis this wok . jf SSK'IT Your parties are not complete ion REO Is serve', Cowglll's. un- "".T J1 ir ii,' the guest of Mies Llvcrno Cheek, of Fulton, Mitt Lillian Choato. I ffJLl$ Saturday. Honry Travis was called to the bcdsldo of his father, at Nashville. MRrWBmJBBinnnBBKi.BBmM1BM fJsBBMavsiBHsaVBWSaliaBmflaBBflBBnsBBaUBBBJBBBVVI fttttf THRILLING FREE ACTS AND GOOD MUSIC EVERY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT 1 Mrs. Luthor Nichols and IIUlo daughter left Sunday to visit relatives in Jackson, Tenn. D. II. Toombs left Saturday lorCo lunihla, Tenn., to spend several days with hlr, half-brothe- KCrKlUEKA UK5 I J sfaT, jiBBBBBm L I Miss Luollo roKiy has returned to Union City, aftor a j.'.ssiunt visit to Miss Ne'll DonduranL Mrs. M. N'owlln and ahlldren, McKenzIo, Tenn., nro guost T T Swayno nnd family. of of John Cox nnd wife, of Union City, visited Mrs. Cox's parents, Mr. and Mrs XL Smith, this week. A certain per cent of all moneys collected by the Carnival people goes to the DAUGHTERS OF THE CON- FEDERACY. show carries Come out and help this worthy organizaThis tion.. Fun and amusement for old and young. Mrs. Hardy Ligon and children, of Unlqn City, spent soverat dns last week with hor fnthur, J. J. C. IJondu-rnu- t Mrs. Kllp&trlek, of Memphis, Tenn , is visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. I. Ellison, and other Hickman rela tives. MrB. Hllln Ford nnd Mrs. AHklns, of Cairo, are tho guests of tho former's sister, Mrs. 1'orcy Jones, this weok. flfl 1 you need n refrigcrn-to- r thnt surpasses anything on the mnrkct in construction, interior nnd exterior finish nnd the only refrigerator thnt is absolutely sanitary from every point of view; you need a If White Frost This refrigerator is constructed of henvy galvanized sheets. The in terior finish is of white enamel. The exterior finish is cither white or golden oak enamel. Locks, handles, hinges and trimmings arc of heavy polished brass. Mounted on heavy roller bearing castors. Insulated mi sBErf 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. SO PEOPLE first-cla-ss Miss Mooro has returned to hor homo in Union City nftcr spending Boveral days with Misses Nannie nnd Hnzel Methony. Mrs. L. H. Itcoves returned to her homo in Luxorn, Ark., tho lntterpart of tho week, after n visit with Mrs. Florenco Faris nnd family. Mrs. Miles Darby nnd daughter re turned to Florence, Aln., tho Inter part of tho week after a visit to hor sister, Mrs. S, D. Luten. On account of tho Illness of J C Sexton, ono of tho Courlor editors and our main man on tho linotype, we nro "up against It" this week Mr Drown, who has boon hero for sorno tlnio selling stock In the Valley Transportation Co will leavo today for other river points. Mis-sissl- We say, if you need a refrigerator at $20.00 and is a strictly Carnival Company. Or a larger size at Or the largest size at - - - 25.00 30.00 Four Days Only 1 then call on us and we will take pleasure in furnishing just the refrigerator that you have been looking for. The above prices do not include water coolers. Hickman Ice HJWWIfW & Coal Co. INCORPORATED w 13 ''mm:h 7 imlfm Mi fl tti - 1 T r '"ft, .. Telephone 65 for Plumbing and Tinwork-JOH- N r0sammsjssss!iifmim .. I HPH&K Ice Books . LINK cotton Business -- ASK REPUDIATES BIG CARNIVAL CO, Directory DAIRY. Buy Coupon I HIS CONFESSION ARRPES TONIGHT FOR RATES WOODLAWN AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL No ice will be charged. The drivers will either col lect cash or coupons. Don't expect them to credit you, for they will be charged with each book, and will have to account for the ice they take out for de- livery. LEGISLATOR WHO SAYS BROWNE BRIBED HIM SAYS STATE INTIMIDATED HIM. Prop. Campbell's United Shows Will Make Beat of Milk and Butter delivered. a Four Days' Stand In Hickman. Homo Itone No. 27. JUNE 22nd to 25th INCLUSIVE Big Carnival Outfit Will Arrive McMURRY & FLAT si-La- A. H. Leet, Attorneys TRUMP FOR THE DEFENSE Much Take a Lee Line Boat Tonight. Play Under Auspices of U. D. C. On Office over Hickman Drug Company Hickman, Ky. Interest Centers In the Illinois v fl Girls Who Will Take the Witness Stand Against Each Other. KODAK with You Make the most of every outing by keeping a Kodak record of your trip. Btnutlfullr Illustrated boockUt "Motoring with it mvssmws3 Chicago, June 18. Repudiating tho confession made before the grand jury that he was bribed to vote for Ix)rl-m- a fur United States senator, Representative Unk played a trump card for the defense In the trial of 1am 0'.NI1 ISrowne. Link charged that his was secured by Intimidag$ confession (INCORPORATED.) tion, and declared that bo afterward OT. 5j told State's Attorney Wayoian thtt It MAixnicov. was untrue. Wsjinan called Unk to the stand, but asked that he bo considered a court witness. I.lnk testified (hat when Browne asked him to vote for LorImer, he told him that he would do so, as he had promised Lorliner his support several years before. He dnld that ho was bribed, and on by Attorney Erbsteln of the defease churned that Wayroan and police offiClinton Street, Hickman, Ky. cials "bullyragged" him Into making a confession" that he sold his vote to Browne, He sworo that when ho was before the grand Jury ho asked to be allowed to see his wife, but that permission is the basis that we offer to depositors. Other inducements was refused, and Wayinan told him he must "choose between his wifo and arc of secondary importance. Upon this guarantee wc the penltcnUary." Link Refers to "Sweating." SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE Link said that his "sweating" the grand Jury was so severe that II. HUOHANAN. I'rptMMl J. A. TllO.MI'hON. Caihler ho broko down and cried after leaving the room. lll It KOTO U8 Much of tho interest in tho trial, rt. Il.Ttnelknhl J. W Aliiindtr J.J.UUumlurnnl II. Ruelimutu II. M. Mrr T. A. IJfor.1 Dr. J. it. HuMnrtl however, centers In tho story of Miss Mollie Vandevecr of East St Louis. State's Attorney Wuyuiuti announced be would put her on the stand to onset the testimony he experts will bo given by Miss Katherlno Wood, tte Our Stock is Complete and St. Louis stenographer, to whom, the defense alleges, Representative White, tho prosecuUng witness, niadg admissions regarding an alleged blackmail scheme.! "I wa willing to vote for anyone in Millionaire Canned Goods order to defeat Hopkins. I oven promised Drownc. at one time, that I would Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products vote for Speaker 8hurtlen7 Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas Repreeentatlvo Beckemeyer made this declaration after reltering his ut when In necU of (MtOCKItlKH. FltKSH MKATH statement that he did not consider the or FKKlirtTUITH. 11,004 he says Brows paid kiss, to be bribe. 3 Deliveries Telephone 6 This rule will not apply to soda fountains, butch- cr shops, fish docks and other large users of ice, as their accounts will be on file at our office. g S Hickman Ice & Coal Co. T. PITiTiOW, Kodnlc:" free on requt. Helm & Ellison JONES OPENS SULPHUR SPRINGS PARK. Percy Jones, one of Hickman's mos enterprising young business men, had a formal opening at Sulphur Springs Park, Friday night, which was largely Speeches were modo on attended. this occasion by Judge II. F. Heraley, Hon Jno. T. Dllon, Rep. F.S. Moore and Judge II. T. Davis, ending up with a short talk from Mr. Jonos, in which ho made it plainly under stood that he would not permit any rowdyism In tills placo of amusemant. When tho several hundred visitors began pouring in, the park was Illuminated with various colored lights Peoand was a "thing of beauty.' ple little thought that such a pretty little park existed. The site Is a natural one, with springs, hills and shade trees, and with the improvements Mr. Jones has made on It, it is certainly a delightful spot. Until a Into hour a merry crowd "tripped tho light fantastic" In tho now dancing pavilion. Hickman has been In need of a park for a long time, and Mr. Jones' efforts 1n this matter should be appreciated. Ho has put his money in In it and deserves our patronage. fact, Hlckmnn needs about COO Just such fellows ns him. Tho best way to get n correct Idea of the new park is to visit it. The place Is open to the public every Tuesday and Friday night, also Sunday, with no chargo for admission. B. G. Halo mado a business to Paducah, Saturday. Farmers and Merchants Bank ...ABSOLUTE SAFETY... n be-for- o BETTER8WORTH PRATHER Groceries Arrangements bavo been made by City Delivery; both phones No. 38. E. L. Williams, advance man, to "Beat of Everything" play Campbell's United Shows In this city for four days, June 22nd to COURIER REALTY COMPANY 25th inclusive, under the auspices of Phone No. 21 the local chapter U. D. C. Will sell that place and get you anTho company will arrive in Hickother. No business, no pay. man tonight from Osceola, Ark., on tho Lee Line steamer. Letters from HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. mayors of a number of towns indiFuneral Directors and Embalmera. cate that this Is one of the best Phone 20, night or day. carnival companies on tho road. They Hlckaaaa, Ky. havo ten big attractions besides a number of smaller concessions. Only DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. two of theso showB cost more than Dentist 10c admission they are the Georgia Plantation and tho Wild West show, Davldsea's old aland. Phone No. 2. Hickman, Ky. which charge lCc. They have afer-ri- s wheel C6 feet high, a good negro band, and give GRAY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP two sensational free acts" dally. The (Hunzlker's Old Stand) troupe of merry-maker- s Is composed Lowest prices for horseshoeing, of eighty people. Wood and Iron Work. Because some of tho tents are too large to pitch In any of tho streets, HICKMAN HARNESS CO. it is more ban likely that they will A. J. Wright, Manager. locate near the old mill building, west Makers and Dealers In Harness. of tho depot, although a number of Repair Work a Specialty. buslnes men want them "up town." They give performances in tho afternoon and night, and their first show will be given tomorrow afternoon. We are Agents for the Bring tho "old lady and the kids" and come out and enjoy the fun. Tho U. D. C. will appreciate your patronage. Insurance Companies merry-go-roun- t OLDEST in Hickman MARRIAGE LICENSE. The following were granted 11 ense to marry la Obion county last week: . J. Elder and Mollie B. Gilbert. Odio Erwln and Llllle Miller John Miller and Grade Buchanan Levy F. Dill and Birdie Elder. .ncurance Kennedy. They are companies that have been here longer than any ota-eIs your property insured? It is too late when the alarm sounds to think of a policy. r. ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Do it NOW R. T. TYLER, Agent Did you know wo could make that old suit look like new. Schmidt tho Tailor. A Boston court has enjoined a woman from talking. Worse than a year in Jail on bread nnd water. XjTi.v.'xy'iii! Every night at tho Lyric. loft today for Bard-wel- Ledford & Randle m -- O. T. Salmon l on business. The W. O. W. and M. W. A. will give a Joint donation suppor at Mostrip cow, Saturday night, Juno 25th. LAUNDRY -- AT- a few days in Miss Mattlo May Sony Is spending KnoxvUlo, Tenn. Lose Your Money And It's Gone But if you lose your check book, we will give Don't forgot, UiojIIIckinan Fur. Co. will sell you goods cheap, for thirty days. Willis and Austin Wilson loft today for Nashville to spend n fow days. Luther Morrow was fined $13.85 In Judge Honiloy'a court, Monday, for, for fighting. Miss Margaret Kuqua Is one of tho leading contestnntB in tho Nashville American cputest. . you another. In this lies the safety in paying all bills with bank checks. 7 with us, yet ready to Your money is secure use as you require it. man" so long You are tempting the "hold-u- p as you carry a roll of bills. Better keep your cash in this bank and rest easy. If you don't want to buy, call and Let me sharpen that disc cultivat- look, anyway. You might see someor. I can do It cheaper than any- thing you wanL Hickman Fur. Co. body. It. L. Gray. Tho Hickman colored base ball team played Union City yesterday Those odd pieces of furniture at being 16 to 4 in favor of Untho Hickman Furniture Co.; will be scoro ion City . sold at prices that will make them go. Miss Stella Salmon left this morn-fo- r Calhoun, Ky., to look after the Mr. Ches C. Smith, of Hickman, interests of the Protective League, of drovo to Clinton yesterday and is of which is state manager. spending the day with friends here. sister-in-law- , County School Supt. Miss DornM. Mrs. Am berg, who His la hero attending tho Woman's Con- Smith nnd Miss Virginia Lulen left ference, will return home with him Monday for Henderson, Ky., to atthis afternoon. Clinton Gazette. tend a stato educatlonnl meeUng. Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices Over Illness Power Don't criticise your doctor because medicine prescribed by him fails to have the desired effect. The prescription may have been good, but the ingredients dispensed poor. Give the doctor a fair show by taking his prescriptions to a druggist who makes a point 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 S. L. Dodds and family left Sunday afternoon for Chicago, to attend tho CJrnnd American shoot. Several youngsters were brought Into court yesterday to answer for disturbing public worship In West Hickman, but all woro released Tho Hickman Fur. prlso you In tho matter of low prices and good goods. Don't tnko our Word but come and see for yourself. Co. Hickman Furniture Co. -- INCORPORATED- 1 Wc are at your service. rF-BlTtl- Ti will sur STEARNS & FOSTER. . MATTRESS r Special Sale i rrffTraTMiliiLj Capital and Surplus, HfiMSSlH I SBSBSBfi College girls invo deslded that the typical man lmwt have brown eyes, curly hair and nt least $2,000 a'year. Can't thoy cut out the curly hair requirement? of Caruthersvillo. Ho was was hero Saturday. called to the bedside of his mother, Mrs. Frances Sanders, who. Is quito ill nt her homo south of town. II. Mo., U. Banders, Its absolute com fort and whole rest- giving construction, make the Stearns & Foster best of all for inducing dreamless, healthful sleep. We tell than. for 30 Pays We wish to close out some ODD PIECES and will make you a price on them that Will Surprise You $65, 000.00 : sickness. PRICES VERY, LOW Mrs. II. A. Duvlrf, of Culro, 111., and Miss Elizabeth Couuoly. of Corydon. Ky., are tlio guestB of Mrs. 11. T. Davis. Thoy spent Sunday with Mth. Etta Npllllng, at Cayco. . Four days' Carnival. The Illckinnn Courier linn adopted K. L. Harnett, state secretnry of plan of publishing u tho tho Farmers' union, with hendquar-the- r paper. This means that tho Courier at l'aducab, has been tipped him co mo to a recognition of tho fact for presidency of tho stnto organithnt people who live in tho country zation. July 2(5, 27, and 28. there will want their local news dished up bo a meeting at Central City and nt when It is fresh. Wo have tried It that time tho election of tho otato and our pat-- ; presldont will be held. Mr. Uarnett daughter, for about eight yoarH Mrs. Kula Salmon and Robbie, visited friends hi Fulton last rons would not put up with a weekly j la tho organizer of tho Farmers' unI Ion in Kentucky. now, Clinton Uazotto. week. twlco-n-woek CowgilTs Drug Store (Incorporated) We also wish to say that our regThe Daughters of the Coufedercy than it are making arrangements to placo ular line was never better monuments over about 20 unmarkod is now, and prices are lower. We are the leaders in good Goods graves of Confederate solders In the NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE city coinetory. This n most worthy nnd commondablo act. fi 71 --- - Jp MABC MM, ron CAS fl mil . ' Y (ourier's rj-j-'o- ircfe jfGte(rjS72JioeLO. M 3T IOUI5 imi ', WW i a 11 Encouragement $? -i jA HAVE YOU TRIED DAILY DIET HINTS Br p. 1W 6(dliit. r. J. M.LBN FOODS. Vtoor Am! Ililr liUinit prnntpttr Kilr. H Hit UNECONOMIC In Right Doing. If the pursote of eating exp-ndlt- Vjfcfe) Take a Look at these at $2 and $3.50 a combination of style and comfort All sizes and all leathers . . . Bradley & Parham n: BIDS ON KOAU WORK. Notice Is hereby given that bids on contracts for road work in Fulton county, Kentucky, wilt bo roceived us follows: 4 sh. Bids for work in District No. 3 and will be received at the court houso In Hickman, Monday, June 20th. 1'JlO, at 2 o'clock p. in. Bids for work in District No. I, will be received at the court house Fulton, Wednesday, June 22, 1910, at 2 o'clock, t. m. Tho articles of this department Bid for work in District No. 2, havo boon the very cream and eswll" be received at Cayce, Saturday, sence of thought, the very best June 25, 1910, at 2 o'clock, p. m. things as tersely and beautifully exThis work will consist principally o pressed as can be coined out of tho grading and will require enough English language and coming to you year, every teams to pull grader. Contract will you week, If saved up for a would have a batch of the choicbe made with lowest and best bidder gems of literature and wo beon basis of a day's work of ten hours est Judg lieve, tho very best and purest things For further information address that can be said in behalf of the W. A. Naylor, Hickman, Ky. home. This Is the only county paper that gives you something especV. F. Montgomery left Monday for ially for tho home every week, and Nashville to attend the U. S. Army has now followed it up for years. tournament. From there he goes to It is perfectly right and legitimate the I.oulsvillo market 8 to purchase that you should commend a gosd thing. now; furnlturo stock for his storo. -- Wo often wonder why it Ib that people, If they know nny good of their neighbor, scorn to think It their duty to keep tho fact a Becret, never to be divulged until their neighbor has passed away qnd Is laid in his grave, and then to be brought to light when it can bo of no earthly benefit to him. It is not so with their faults, which all tako nioro or less pleasure In magnifying beforo tho public Many a man has been o driven to tho dogs for want of a encouragement and n Just recognition of his honest efforts to do right, that aro not appreciated by bis fellow men. If people would take oue hair tho trouble to encourage others in well doing, that they do to clrculato everything they henr derogatory of them tho world would bo much better and many a man saved from becoming a criminal. Men whoso good deeds aro ignored by soctaty aud whoso slightest fault is continually harped upon and magnified, soon lose all aud care nothing for socL'ty because society cares nothing for them. They may kuow they do wrong; but if it Is no credit to do right what encouragement havo they to do better. One-hal- f of the criminals In our jails and penitentiaries have been made such, In nil probability, by the unklndness of their fellow .men, who havo always stood ready to condemn over', little offenco, "without stopping to lnnulro into tho circumstances that may havo caused tho party to do wrong. Wo should put ourselves In our neighmo bor's place surrounded by tho circumstances, then we would be bettor able to judge and not have to wait till they aro dead beforo we could say something good about them. lit-Uself-respe- 5c all Fountains light of beavon that your shadow will always be on tho sldo of honesty and respectability. Go home this tlmo with your mother, turn over a now leaf and prevent tho law from sending you to tho reform school." Golden words. No more pertinent truth was ever aptly spoken; no wiser counsel ever offered by mortal lips. Your reputation In your community is your shadow. It is exactly your size, nnd you can never got away from It; though you mny flee a thousand milee on n cloudy day. tho moment you show yourself In i 'epynsUt. KKO, by Jiwph II. Diiwla.) public your shadow Is at your sldo. Your habits and niodqs of thought have left their Imprint upon yjaur feaDewaro of substitutes ceo that our tures, unconsciously controlling your trado-maris on your plumbing und speech and action, and dissemble us tinning jobs. John Cotton. much as ou mny are constantly signaling from behind the mask that Tho hook worm is getting In 5i you aro not what you pretend to bo. work In Hickman now. live, to secure tion with the least of the vitality which thvild he conserved fo- - efficiency, end for the enjoyment of life, then certain foods which show a balance on tho wrong side when the vitality required to dlgett them and eliminate their watte Is set over against the nutriment obtained from then such foods should be largely excluded: Pork, boiled cabbage, turnip, superfine radishes, white bread, and other, leaving an 'deal dietary, that wculd result In better health, bettar moral, greater enjoyment of life and greater efficiency. Eating U a means to an end, and a factor In the means It the Increased enjoyment that comes from eating the best food that a refined tatte and Intelligence can select. Is to the best nutri- Does not Color the Hair Wc wfeh yw to peKlvdy ml dMkctly understand that Avcr's I lair Vigor docs not affect the color of the hair, even to the sHtfhtcit degree. I'cnnnt with the whitest or the lightest and wort dctfcato btond hakmay ue K freely without having the hair made a shade darker. IfterCtltCrrfS 1 SuWiur. CHrU. QuWi. SorKum ("World, hat he think ef H. iJcttrojrt the gwm t, noucWw Km cwk mtocct litem to KvHh. 11m btfc ttep out. graft mote rfioir rnlllntc Hair Ulr Vigor uu wumtMt ikifaoyt tfc Straw Hut (uuc dtnJtus. M itmov viy A and ttut Mhtihmlruff HwH.condition. Mm tvJp In a htaHhir (ku Anr't I Dandruff lcr Stow thU formula to your doctor. Aik him desire to inform my friends that I am now sole proprietor of the Coal businett 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 Phone No. Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Hard words, unkind acts um bt Save from $1 to J2 per thousand on forgiven, but they may never be efyour shingles by buying direct from faced from memory. An injustloe Kirk Shlngte Co that wrongs or Injures or pains a our mill. Yates brother, sister or friend stands thero forever. You may atone for it, reGood, old summer tlmo pent or it, try to repair it, make double or treble compensation for it, For a strictly high grade patent but you cannot recall it; it is done helped, though It flour try White Swan, Red Hose or and can never be might have been prevented beforo It Carnation Travis, happenedMany a hasty, luconslder-atact has led to life sorrow; many Tho Hickman Furniture Co. han an act, even trivial, has been the oc- dles the host line of Furniture In casion of frequent bitter memories West Kentucky. Let us show you. for a long lifetime; whereas an act of kindness and forgiveness, which The Hickman Courier has a nice it would have been better and wlsor 2 story brick houio and d I"'p for l cheap AU Ji'i and easier to do, would have r?raH- ed the doers with a glow of grace- provementa, two cellars, cistern, etc. cost bouse, our ful prldo and pleasure every Use in It will MOO. 12.000 to build 64. price I Ask for No. after years it came to mind. e six-rootwo-seo- 48 Your orders appreciated, whether large or small. A. A. FARIS To the Public PHONE 73 Today. 203 guaranteed Fancy Patent. Trr a sack. Case & Son. Phono 183. "Let us find our swoetcst comfort In the blessings of today." D. B. Wilson returned Friday from' Tomorrow mny not bring us flow- St. Ixiuls, where ho purchased a our ers so If today we find a blossom In load of mules. the way, let us cherish it Tomorrow's sky may bo clouded, When in need of TIN and PLUMBING WORK FOR SALE: Nice five-roo- cot- E- - Recently the mother of a boy who is about twelve years of ago mado complaint before a Judge that her son was unruly and she fearrd he was associating with company that In the end would bring disgrace to him nnd her. The Judge told the son to step near him, and in pleasant WILL INCREASE tone of voice said, pointing to the CHURCH ATTENDANCE. parent: "Boy, there Is the only truo friend you have; obey her. Let mo folIt matters not who wrote the impress this on your mind; think of lowing poem, if every church memit, remember it! Whatever shadow ber would commit it to memory, the you caBt in life will follow you ha attendance at all tho churches would long as you live and always keep up doubtless be increased: to you. That Is your reputation. It If every church member is always in sight and just your sizo Was just llko me. exactly, and how proud and happy It What kind of a church will make your fond mother if you Would our church bo? will stop going with bad youths and If every church member stand In such a position in the sun Stayed at home Just like mo , What kind of a church Would our church be? If every church member Paid just like me. What kind of a church Would our church be? Twenty-Fiv- e If every church member prayed, Sung and acted Just like mo, Wtiat kind of a church Would our church be? proves that it tage and lot CCxlSO, five minute walk from poet office. Has all necessary Improvements. No overflow and no bill to climb. If you want a bargain, shove ?300 in your jeans and coeio get it. You can't find another chance to get a home so cheap. The Boy's Shadow. Miss Ettolle Hcncau left Monday anywhere, see them. If they do njt for Knoxvlllc, Tenn., to spend sev bloom find others to caro for. If days. you havo a restful hour In the sun- eral ny pleasant home-corno- r with a helpSidney 8mlth left for Fulton, ful book or the company of a friend, bo glad enough of it, make the most to visit his son. of it. There may be no quiet hours tomorrow. If thero are you ore so much tho better off, and if not, you have had tho rest and tho gladness of this. Splendid Selection yes-terdn- but it today tho earth Is golden with sunshine, let us take thought of tho brightest and be glad. Every day brings somo gladness.' It may be,' and often is, a very lit tle piece, but It is all there for us, so wo may "make the most of 1:." It the pleasantness of a little ride comes to you, educate your eyes and mind to enjoy It. Sue tho grace of tho bending grasses and green branch cs. If there ire floners smiling Wo servo KEO Harris .Ice Cream Parlors. All work satisfactory or money re turned. Schmidt. 8HJNOLE0 Cypress shingles at$l per thousand at mill. Yato ft Kirk Shingle Co. for quick service. teed and strictly All work guaran- first-clas- s. Let Us Figure With You And We'll Do Your Work (ash Book Store Years' FOR SALE: The beautiful little home place belonging to T. S. Moon-elocated between the homes of Judge 'Murrell and Judge Moore, on Obion street. Six room residence, 2 good lots, concrete walks and other improvements. Will sell at reasonable figure. Louis Wenthcrly left Monday for Gleason, Tenn., whero ho Is looking after somo work for tho Hickman Concrete Dlock Co. Are Not Harsh to Deterters. The penalty for desertion from the aavy is trial by nnd In case of conviction a sentence for a term of from six months to three years, generally, und dishonorable dls chargo at the expiration of scntenco Howevor, few servo full terms, but are restored to duty nnd pay and tholt "good name." Tho circumstances in each case determines sentence. court-martial, y, New Books Stationery Post Cards, Call mid KeeOurfltock Hickman Plumbing: & Tinning Co. ph one 73 E. W. Adams, Sec. and Troas. ' J. Q. Adams, Notions, etc. Kvrrtlilng te Manager Trial Mary Berendes & Co. vflHfjf From Bad to Worse. Hlobbs Why don't you ronMilt a doctor about your Innuiniilu? Slobbu Wlmtl And run up more bills? Why of whut I owe him nn it's that I can't sleep- - TJt-Wt- s SPREADS BEST WEARS BEST LOOKS BEST COSTS LEAST Suite's Excellence flour Is positively guaranteed by us. Bottersworth & Pratker. Lowe Brothers HIGH STANDARD WOOL IIDESandFJJR! Z WE BUY EikjtttUi. we eu 4 cmwJmJm SKraftW.WKttlilHTSKTrtMWat HAIOURT&CO.ToSJSr Samples on display af this office. . tottt wow far RclertKt: tm I4u i GLUT & CALDWELL BLACKSMITHS 2p,ra.-te- XLj.cf ULidL . bih titt u ht ti; Ink tta I Ufkrillt. Wc (wiU Wfftn. writtHfpoultrt. Bwttirii.l Woodworking and Horseshoeing A Specialty Lei us grind your plow points and make them good as new. For Sale by CowgilPs Drug Store (Incorporated) A Striking Change. She used to strike IiIh fancy In the flays of long ngo, as homewnrd from the schoolhotiso they strolled In the afterglow; he courted her nnd wed her, but they weren't nlcsly Dalred. snd things that later happened, well, they oughtn't to be olred. As maiden she was quiet, full of comeliness and grace; she used to strike his fancy; now, alasl it is his face. Boston Herald iM.SABEIS.KINS TKBJ," MnMt.Kj. The Hickman Courier . ffA1 Auuuaivi juj,su VoJCJXXVS M - RVM.YTCnB.JfrAClvUxSIVE,is IINB.' FUKw'rriKS T z4mm&&& Caso & Son make prompt Phone 183. dellvor-lea- . Oes80eeO o subscriber 7 It is too cheap to either steal or borrow. Sub scribe today. Yoar money re- e funded, if set satisfied I I I o o o Ooooooo 0OO0o o 0 The Courier costs onlr nnn o dollar a year or less than 2 o cents per weolc. Are you a m k Try the Courier's Want Coluran- -lc per word Suite's Excellence is the naaie of I guarantee nil plumbing ami tin our new, high grade flour, guaranteed nlng I do. If the work don't couio to be the best In Hlelciuan. Your up right and I pan't out-talyou money back if sot satisfied. Betters-wort- h we will cheerfully do the Job ever-Ju- st & Frattier, like any other plumber. Cetton.