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Digital page images are linked to the text file. , u CWV&X FOLKS NOW LIVING in Kultim iiiuutr will we tll jou llmtuwi tirtnt tlinn muro leva I nur otbrr twtwr In UiliI rcllun til kmiluoky THE HICKMAN e0URIER. tkB DmmBICial OB - A. - -- W E5 3S 3ESL ) A BLUE MARE IIERS bat expired Renew promptly II yon want tbe paper to com to you after thU month mni that yonr VOLUME NO OLDKBT PAPr.R IN WESTERN KENTOOXT J!L!imJaLP!lB til t In The United Wataa UP thB H'U af Success. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the flxles of Your magna, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE H0.3UOQ ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAS 1HBO HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1910. FULTON COUNTY Claims Largest Snake West Hickman Gets A U.D.C, Carnival Now Drawing Good Crowds LONGEST BRIDGE IN States Primary School Courier Want Column Il.VTKS-O- ue A carnival company known ft FOU SALE: 3 mares, 4 colts and Campbell's United" Shows arrived 3 sows nnd pigs. J. II. Sauudera4p hero Tuesday nlnht to spend the it' FOR SALE: A first class milk mnlnder of the week lu Hickman cow with young calL M. A. McDan Good aired crowds hao visited the lei. ahows during the nnst two dayn, and soem to be well satltifli'd with their FOR RENT: Two nice, new oxhlblta, but u bettor nttendimce Is In Bond Addition. O. T. Sal expected during the rouialnder of the mon. 2d week. Unfortunately Mm carnival WANT1RI1: Ilnrsoa tn n.iatnrn A t. could not net up on the aireets. one or two pnrtlOH objentlnj?, and a n ply to Lee Page, near Brownsville. Good pasture. niilt loon I bualnoHB hoimon will lose hundred of dollars. Tho II. I). C , FOR RENT: 4 nice rooms over under whose auspices the cnrnhal Is O. K. Barber Shop on Clinton street. playing, will also come out sevor.il Harry Ellison. ltfc dollnni Bhy ou the same account. Tlie nbovo is a good likeness of tho highest and longest bridge In FulItather than antnRonlso anyone, Mr. FOR SALE: A Victor Automobile. Campboll decided to put hla hIiowb the new steel bridge connecting ton county. Behind this bridge and 20 h. p., two cylinder, four passendown on tho sajidbHr near the old Southern Heights Addition to U10 lower down may bo scon tho old ger touring car. pood serclceable City of Hickman proper. This struct- wooden bridge which, In Its day, was mill. car at a bargln. See Dr. J. M. Hubure la almost 300 feet In length, considered plenty high. bard. 2 This company carries In nil about bridging a deep ravine. It is easily IS concessions. Chief araoiiR tho FOR SALE: One of Fulton coua-ty'- a shows nro: best farms, five miles east of AUDITOR JAMES SAYS Hickman, on two public roads, switch The Plantation, composed of genMILEAGE CLAIMS TOO LARGE COTTON MEN INDICTED and scales on corner. Liberal terras uine negro minstrels . very HtUe cash wanted. Mrs. U. In an cfort o cut down tho claims "Hit; dip," the auuko exhibit, allowagainst tho Stato for the conveyanco GOVERNMENT MAKES FIRST MOVE V. McDaniel, State Line, Ky. ltfc ing a monfitor boa constrictor 27 feet AGAINST SPECULATORS. long and neighing 320 pounds, and 7jf prisoners to the reform school at two other large apBcImena of tho Lexington, Frank P. James, Stato mHow entrauee. Kast India Python and Sacred Hindu Auditor, naked nn opinion of the At- Patten, Hayne, Brown, Scales and torney Generui as to whether or not AUur a ubka shed H a snakes. Rothschild Give Ball In the Sum of toracloua appetite, und a aiuaii ato$6,000. Illg Henry, a 17 yonr old boy welgL- - it is legal to send a child to the t school without trial by Jury'. Ing 710 pounds, 0 feet 3 Inches high nal la tied within the box a bait If neceHhury, Mr. James saya, he will Tb reptile crania tbrwefib in. ma with n waist measure of 63 Incbos. New York. The government came Detaya' 1'olnters "Of ourao mar ! .1. mlAy! al .! Junglp Show, showing 15 different make a test case, and will refuse to eut Friday In Its attempt to prove days varieties of reptiles, ant eaters, wild pay a tnllege claim of an officer who that manipulating the cotton market eeic r belt"'' th mmmmtL tMw oM, eoyta. klak wolrca, nmnkoys, took a prisoner, convicted without a Is against tho law. James A. Patten, ;m taMbvjl HV, it aw4 atlf. . seven lesser figures In , t tMlM MHH ajtd Kd Am d&t lrx t&j U, tho reform school lie f of Chicago, and field have been Indict- MlX, &br X th Sjjttj wjlpipaj one tbUfttecuJativo r mm WEl yatwdortSlMolaviTr W&4 to -" iibji Ck TIm TCV HM' M ' MWtntttPT4Wt.Blrni"tnrTK chanur lu tho Dot rTT W 112, '&- -' 2 Btralnt of trade under. tho herman lmfm-lrHIbwis vmiFm&ffiS captured. anU-trulaw. Tlfir. Indictment was . jA f HWlBfeiiw? f TTiBral , Stf t iTlSia qoq when you commence Mr. and Mrs. Irvln al own a T2niralr4iniiTirtfiiwVKKlv7nli oad returned by a; epcclaljfo'doral grand pla of other Iaru snake, buv on HiHson Ilros." . Do ,ywc:kjwUwg Were IS pounds. Jiftprpn?5ak3i hc'ollsFirirpfrfy' &-- !; WCMWa'riMntBafc WiSTnlBBJ Host Indian python, IC feet louc and Wild Weat. bronco busting and ton from Lexington the fees for trans up before Judge Hough In tbo U. B. porting prisoners to the reform school circuit court. Flvo of these luakled weijhlns 110 jvounds, and the other rough riding. aro largo, it costing, acordlng to tho Patten, Eugene B. Scales, Frank B. a Hindu sacred nuake, 14 feet lone Forrls Wheol. DO feot high. legal allowance, about $100 to take Hayne, William P. Brown and M'. H. Jb JbO JU and weighing 106 pounds. Tfaa pytlio Rothschild-ga- vo bnil of $5,000 as rela to4sonous, but tho latter la ordln Jumping the gap, a sensational free a prisoner to Lexington. Mr. James quired, through counseL says the records show that on three amy senile and la worshipped by the given at net in tho afternoon, Immediately after tho lndlctmeni Hindu natives. 10:30 nt night, and a mi in be r of small successive days ono prisoner was tak- announced thero was an excited on from Fulton to the reform school break on very Irrouular and p anafcvs arc or tilings thnt go to make up such the Now York Cotton ExInstead of all three being taken nt change, July and August deliveries deaggregations. rullar lu fcedlnt. The largeai baa As heretofore stated, tho Daughters the same Ume. He says ho paid the clining about $1.59 a bale. July selling eatm but twlco slnco bolus lu Something new of the Confederacy are securing a sheriff of Fulton county $1,000 last at 14.81c. and August at 14.35c, as tho python uata about every porcontngo of tho proceeds taken In month and will pay him aboiit $2,000 against 15.12c and 14.64c at the close or thro mouths. Uul the Hindu by the company and are deserving of this month for taking prisoners to of the business on the previous night. snake baa a constant appetite ami The bull leaders, however, appeared your patronage- It Is cleaner than the reform school. Ho declares that usually devours his feed about once Graham Crackers. to be in no manner disturbed by the a week. AU of them drink ouee a thu average carnival company, 110U1 tho children are not tried by a Jury, government's action and by their buyIng being said or done Hit ihoulU but nro given a hearing before the ing orders helped to rally prices durday "OlpH will souiutlmua eutl a Nablscocs. County Judgo and then sout to the ing the last few minutes, July closing prove offonslvo In the least. aaiton and a half of watur al one ttir Fig Newtons. reform school. The Sfato Inspector at 14.92c and August at 14.49c bid, or while Ufe smaller ones drink qnontl Don't fall to attond. mid examiner will send a representa- about 11 to 14 points up from the low Chocolate Waefrs . tua proportlonata to tuolr alzu. tive to Fulton county to look into level of tho day. Marshmallow Dainties. Dead-J- ohn the cold from Woest Hickman. Tho tilings there, Mr. James said. Courier-JoFive counts aro embraced In the In- John R. Brown Cameo Biscuits. Board hna certainly dono a very urnal. dictment which is In blanket form and Methodist Church Horvlew: Al It. Brown, ago about 60 yean, contains 10,000 words. The first count one Chocolate Fingers. commendnble act In providing for a dispel In Ilant Hickman al S o'clock of tho respected farmers of the charges that the defendants unlawprimary division in West Hickman Veronlques. this cvcsJas Friday. Sunday at 11 Tho price of wheat has beon going fully did conspire with certain corpor- Brownsvillo neighborhood, died at his for children of that part of town. . On n. iu.. protracted servloes will bueln, homo early this morning. Dainty Marshmallows. ly pupils below the fourth grado will oft steadily tho nenror tho time comes ations not herein Indicted to "demand and continue day and night Indeft-nltulfor marketing the now crop. It Is arbitrary, excessive and monopolistic Wednesday night hu had a slight attond hero, which' will give them an proachlui; by Hcv. A. J. Mend- Telehone No. 30. prices for cotton." hemorrhago and another 0110 this enrollment of something like 1C0. doubtful If Uie market will open nt ers, of Trenton, Teiin. Ilov. Meaders above 85 or 90 cents. morning, the effects of which he waa Two teachers will be employed. has tho reputation of being one of Brothers. unable to survlvo. Ellison the strongest and most reliable rain-iieFOR SALE: A good bottom farm of tho conference. Hov. J. O. Mrs. Eudora Bugg, widow of the RUSH CREEK ITEMS. Deceased is buwlved by his wlfo Clark, prJsldlng older, is aunounoed into Ell Bugg, died June 18th, nt of over 200 acres. $38 per aero will and eight children. Tho children are buy it; don't Inquire unless you mean MIsh Joo CrosUc is bettor today. at it build a now and sultnblo build lo preach at 8 o'clock Sunday eren-ln,tho homo of Rev. and Mrs. C. A. HasAdjoining farms held at Claude Brown, Mrs. Minnie Johnson, Will Fields Is qulto ill of typhoid kell, near Beelorton, after a lingering business. and quarterly conforenee wilt be ing. Mrs. Jessie Boltou, Mrs. Edna Ale $55 to $60. Most of our readers know that tho fover, wo are sorry to stato. held Monday uvenlnK after eervioe. illness. Carthy and Lola, Veruer, Llllle and adequato for Minn Myrtle Greer, a Moscow belle, College Is no longer A Keneral Invitation la given. Freddie Brown, the Inoreascd school attendance, part was the guest of tho Misses Davis of tho Carncgio Library having been Sunday. Some six months ago he allowed Mrs. Henry Davis, of Cairo, is visAnything you want that we haven't presold Into nerlco during the past his policy faf $3000 lu the W. O. W. to lapse, and had neglected to Rot In Furnlturo we will be clad to two years. Forty per cont of tho iting the family of Henry Davis Sr, sign a certificate to be reinstated. order It for you. Hickman Furnlturo pupils bolow tho fourth grado were tltls week. 1 Miss Lillian Lutun and Miss Holm, little tots that walked a mile through I'ompany. Burial will take placo at Brownsof Hickman, visited Miss Mary Atto-berrvillo probably tomorrow. last Friday. C. C. Smith, of Hickman, Was the Half your message is pleasant guest of Will McGoheo 0110 delivered before you Clifton Marcuni and wife, of Para-goulafternoon last wock, Ark., are visiting Hickman rel Mr and Mrs. John Collins lost an speak a word. iBBBBBBBBWBBeBBBBBBBBWBBBBW Bll I'lll "SJ2BBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWBBeBBaBBSrBB ntives and friends this week. Mrs. ? infant last week. It was burled at BBBSBBBBBBBBBeBaBVvBBBBBBBBBBrtBBBbJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Marcuni was formerly Miss Uluucho Appearances amount for Cuyco Sunday morning. Hall. Mr and Mrs. Elmo McClclinn havo just that much nowadays. Bt&v Jr It 3j IBBBB. returned homo after a few days vlult Tho Baptist Woman's Missionary to her parents! Mr. and Mrs. Hot Society will meet at Mrs. G. N. Ml V 4 Lunsford. 5T Helm's, Thursday afternoon nt 3 Q Will McGoheo has not had his clock. returned yet for correcUon. Miss Laura Ballon left Wednesday Ho snys maybe they havo not gotten for PortagevlUe, Mo., after a to hla yet but soon will. S. T. Ilopor nnd family visited his visit with her si&ier, Mrs. Cora Pro-voindicates a particular taste, a A Sunday. The Alamo sister, Mrs. Will Fields, Will McGoheo and Card of Thanks: judge of worth and IF you are in the market for anything in the motor boating line, family wish to roturn thanks to tho Miss Dora Smith and Miss Virginia ideas. Most styles $5.00 Luton returned home this morning from a high grade motor boat, complete, ready to launch, to ninny friends nnd neighbors who from Henderson, Ky. forms, we can take care of your requiretholr kind attenion and syma set of knock-dow- n BLACKS AND TANS to see us before plac- pathy during his misfortune nnd they ments to best advantage. It will pay you Frank Smith has accepted a posisincerely hopo that God may bless 0110 tion in the office of tho Meugel Box ing your order for anything in the motor boating line. "CROSSETT" and "ABBOT" OXFORDS and all. Company . and MARINE ENGINES WE ARE AGENTS FOR FER.R0 Rev. M, L. Blaney wll preach at Marshal Dillon infonns us that tho IN FULTON CO., KY., AND MISSISSIPPI CO., A0. the Christian Church next Sunday, city tax books for the year 1910 aro Rev II. J. Golger received bis now now open, and ho Is ready to receive auto thla week. It la a Ford. your annual douaUon, 4-- p real-dencpur-poa- Ono or tho Interesting au fll a Instructive sight ul thu rornlvul grounds U "Hlg aip." the monster .South African boa constrictor, owned by Mr. iiiuJ Mm .Prank In In. -Uli" U thu largest known nuke in the United Hiuto. measuring 274 feet In length ninl wuIkIw MO pounde. Tbo auaku ha only been In eopuvity nliout mix mouth and U stilt tlctoua, u n inuxilu U kupt- - upon tils ha. lor protection against any III Uniovr hu might work up. With thu iuiuiI.-of- f thu reptile measure eight tiith- ucrua hU head and twenty one ineii tm around lit boay. in au emercm-c- y lilj" U capable of sallowing 4 largo ni id dog, as' ttiwr swallow ict, IB ueUiualvd to be fuer council tliuus tno breadth of their beads. This iiuaku cost 11400 delivered li. thu country und hum pnpeliu-- u through a dealer In New York. iarftt ifrtlMi are fccmroe and au order fur oiih has to bo placed many mono. in advance. Tbo aapture are Ho and tedious. Attor the reptile atxi his watering plnou have lwn tot- d a Iouk tunnel la due nearer At U tho end of the tunnel a trap-bu-i pluctd with ono sido mttetrttiu-u a d-i- HI Tho Hoard of KdticuUoii'a commit tee, composed of Major Dillon. F M Pn.vow, O. I Walker. J. It. Urown and J. W. Cowglll, appointed to select a slto for a new school building lu Wont lllckmnii, lmva 8iiocaodtd In purclMwInB a plooe of proporty for Hit purpose. TIm Oo. Carponter plnoo on Uif irnr of Ilrondway and Mnrr alrc. Juat iMirthWW of Corpornttou Iliids. waa Hip atto Mlcctwl and purchaavd fw II.H80. Some of the Hoard, w HHdorataad, are In fax or of rnnodl lac oho of the hotiaoa for school Frankly apKakltiR, wo think It would not b economy to patch up an old house. Hotter while - - II Cent per Word Cash In Advance. I I I4-..- ;. pr .. t 1 Week 'M-- M, II I t , ! I Hn "jS&fd i - wgjmm n.tf Hickman lpki ut)i . -- ttm wMm fKursp -- flt -- Jim)y!S&&t'ifc , CZbTT l9Kme.ri4iJM:J!ms 1 Grocery Co, IB BBim S JHl Merry-go-roun- 0 Dinner Biscuits nP-Utilt- to - on your Groceries Meats, etc. Zu-Z- x. p r. T y et your shoes -speak for you Knockdown frames, marine engines, accessories, etc. con-pape- LVriKMVW- - SHOE up-to-d- $4.00 $3.50 $4.00 GlIS MOORE, Hickman, Ky. Sxaaitlx db JSLxxiloezxrez mitoirTiBVei 4a - ,.-. gr tnvwnf igmsridffn y HyyV., niUIVmAli .HM M 1 ..i.l IfiTW-- vflLJXriD: TENNESSEE &, s 2 3 in. 34 in. Hickman, witha Bed " a U & 2 34 in. Tennessee u n. 3 If $50.00 Cash u 52.00 60.00 62.50 " 44 you want something to please you and stand up, call on us and we can show you that we have two of the best wagons on the market, and we get behind every one of them with our guarantee. Hickman Hardware INCORPORATED WARM PLANT 18 DAYS WANTED NOT TTTTTTY j HUMAN NATURE Hunch of keys LOST Please return to 11 T H. lirnwn finder will In M lU-al- e lrIMt II Shaw baa returnm! from a to fit Louis BACKWARD AND GROWING FAST. C II J oik, wlfo and children of J. country with hi daughter, Mrs Mur Xannvtllo. apnt Saturday and Sunday loy RoiHr with his slaUr, Mrs. R. L. Gray. rpent Sunoay the Rainfall Excessive on the Atlantic board, Washing the Fields and laying Cultivation. SeaDe- Vi don't show anything offnnMfn Mrs. Charlie Dunton nrrlted lor to at tho Lyrlo. It is especially for tho Tuesday night on tho Rws ladlfs J T. Dillon, Prop. rKilt MIsim) Laura and Marino Drown Io IE Meaphta, Tens. The past week wag favorable to the cotton crop, except In the two Carolines and parts of Geor gla, where the rainfall was excessive, washing the fields and delaying cultivation so that grass Is feared. North Carolina fields were damaged by Hooding. Elsewhere It appears that a week of bright sunshine will repair much of the lose. Tho crop has not grown rapidly and la still small for the 6eason. The plant generally looks healthy, however, and would grow very fast with high day and night It would seem that a week of dry weather would put the crop in excellent shape as to cultivation throughout the South. In Texas the soil Is dry, but as yet little hurt has been received. Moisture is needed, however, to sttmulato plant growth. Boll wevlls do not appear numerous, although in Mississippi and some sections of Louisiana they are more so. In general, dry weather is needed east of Texas and Oklahoma, wiillo rates would be beneficial In these two Btatea. NEGRO BURNED AT Mr and Mrs. Howell hare mturn-p- d Mr and Mrs. Tom Holeombc. and to their homo In Cnrlondutw. Ill . MImas Nell Rogers, Lizzie Ainberg, Molllft Dourne, Homer Green nnd Nla after a vlK to their dnughtur. Mm. Holcombu spont Tuesday at tho !aku. W. II. llalUer. Joo Ambers, wife nnd children left on tho Roes Loo for St Louis From there they will go to ioiiw summer resort to spend a month. JUDGE WISE. Buklness Philosopher. Tuday night 8. L. Dodds hnrvestttl n Held i'f wheat In tint bottom btlow Hickman lart week that will yield about 45 bushels to tho acru. Croat la Fulton county. STAKE "I onco knew a perfectly satisfied man," says the Judge, "but I don't remember where. To get your full share of satisfaction I will direct you to the Hickman Drug Co., where satisfaction Is guaranteed or your money back. Their drug service Is unexcelled, because they carry a large stock of the freshest and best that iCupyrlKlit. Uiu.1 the markets afford In the way of drugs. "Accuracy and promptness" Hickman has sonio of tho contrarIs the motto of their prescription department. You will be delighted ies t mortals that ever breathed air. Plenty of electric fans make tho with their drug service. Give them Lyric a very pleasant place to spend a trial bolh phones, No. 9." a half hour after supper during this AAAAAAAAaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi hot weather. Good music and moving pictures only 10c. Kentucky Fair Dates MaUlsonvllle; July 19 5 days. Henderson, July 26 C days. Lancaster, July 21 3 days. Versalles, August 3 4 days. days. Dantlllo, August Lexington, August 8 0 days. Taylorsville, August 9 i days. Unlontown, August 9 E days. HarrodBburg, August 9 i days. Vanceburg, August 10 3 days. Lav renceburg, August 16 4 days. Shepherdsvlllo, August 173 days. Droadhead, August 17 3 dayti. Ewlng, August 17 4 days. Shelbyville, August 23 1 August 23 4 days. Erlanger, August 244 days. NIcholasvllle, August 303 days, Forn Creek, August 304 days. Hardtnsburk, Auguct 303 days. Barbourvllle, August 31 2 days. Florence, September 6 3 days. Montlccllo, September 6 3 days. Hodgenvillo, September 6 3 days. Falmouth, September 28 4 days. Kentucky Stato Fair, Louisville, September 12 C days. Road Work Contract Let Tho contract for working the roads in Uiis district has beon let. Tim district was divided in tuo parts-e- ast and west and tho successful bidders wero Durrus Urassflold, coat section, contracted at 114.00 porday Sam Wilson lauded tho west section work, bis bid being $13.00 per day This days work consists of enough teams to pull and enough men to handle the county's big grader. Work must begin not later than July 15, 1910. Instead of working tho roads on tho old plan, it Is now contracted, nnd it Is thought it will be n much better plan. Lot the good work go oa. FOR SALE: A nice little cottago In Bond Addition built this yenr. Lot C0xl60, nmplo room for garden, chickens, etc. Every dny you pay rent you aro toning money. This place can bo had for only $CG0. Don't ask us how it's done for we dont know ourselves wc do know is thnt the Interna tional Tailoring Co, of New York nnd Chicago, has instructed us to " ALL White Girl Found Dead In Woods, Her Throat Curt Ear to Ear. Rusk, Tex. Announcement wns received from Lono Star, fifteen miles Borth of here, that Sheriff Norwood and his deputies who bad arrested Leonard Johnson, the negro who murdered Miss Redden, while en route to the Jail were surrounded and by a crowd of 160 citizens, who took the negro Johnson away from the officers, and taking him a short distance away gave htm an opportunity te talk; that he confessed tils guilt, after which ho was tied to a stake and burned to death. over-power- 33 J. M. Tyler, Joo Davis and Guy Freeman, formerly editor 'of tho Fulton Dally Loader, wero in this city Wednesday boosting tho Elks Dig Fourth 6t July celebration, and made the Courier a pleasant call. A Hickman citizen said to us yes- Reduce Prices on 56 of their best selling fabrics. It you pick the right fabrics you may save as high as $8.00 on your -- dnys-Londo- The Hickman Fur. Co. will sur prise ydu In the matter of low prices and good goods. Don't take our word but come and see for yourself. Precedent, you meet a man more than halfway, you will have to go more than "I never saw tho strpets of Hickman In such good shnpo before." That's tho kind of talk wo like to hoar. Wo need a lot more folks that will say a good word for those vtho aro trying to build up tho town. Our city dads and police officers arc doing good work tneso days. terday: Summer Suit Remember, these are not special bargain they are regulation goods that were from $3.00 to $8.00 higher before this announcement was made. fabrics if If you don't want to buy, call and look, anyway. You might see some Did you know we could make that thing you want. Hickman Fur. Co, old suit look like new. 8chmidt the Tailor. TO MEASURE ONLY hilf-wa- y for him ever after. tf Judge F. S. Moore was' in Loulsvlllo first of tho week. Tho Lyrlo tonight. tat anything Nfell at the Hickman Furniture Co. you want In furniture. Third (luartorly meeting will bo held at tho Methodist Church next Sunday night by Presiding Elder J. O. Clarke, Millet & Alexander H, , '' ' " HAVE YOU TRIED SKINNED AGAIN BY MAIL ORDEITHOUSE. ' HOT WEATHER FURNITURE There are hundreds of articles in our line that are just as essential to comfort, at this season, as a straw hat or a summer dress. The items are too numerous to mention here bnt if it's in house furnishings, we lmvc it We offer you strictly high-clas- s furniture bought direct from factory, and can save you 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 5c all Fountains 1910 SAID TO BE YEAR FOR LOCUSTS. This Is tho year that tho seven teen-yea- r locust Is due agnln, and in few weeks he will make his appear- mice on tho farms of tho Middle West. At lenst tho authorities on locust lorur and superstition aro sure he will and they havo never been mistaken In 'the past. No ono seems to know exactly whore Uie locust comes from, but It's a matter of record that he docs show up regularly Just the same. ' The thing that is Interesting tho farmthe most is ers and the whether ho will bring n "W" on his .!n.-- . nu la l.nnlul nn! "W" on n flovonteen-yea- r locust's wings means war. There Is no reason under tho sun that Is known as to why It should always be cither "W" or "P," but those are the only two letters, that s havo been noticed. Locust loro have a good deal of statistical backing when tlrcy assert ihnt it tho "W" Is on tho wings that It will surely mean war, and If tho "P" Is on the Wings, It will Just ns surely mean pence. "In 1893, tho last time time tho locusts were hero," said an oil commercial traveler tbo other day, 'tho wings boro a decided "W" and wo promptly got Into wnr with. Spain. In 1S7C 1 saw tho "P" on thu wings myself. Following that we had pea co aud pleuty. I don't ro member so far back as 18S9. that is to say, I don't remember the lo custs back In those days, but I have been told by scores of old farmers kind showtin tho seventeen-yea- r ed up that year and boro "W" on each wing. Tho Civil War followed. Somo of the old generation of farm ers have records in the old family Illble to provo that tho former visl tatlon of seventeen-yea- r locusts pre saged tho Mexican Wnr by bearfni; the "W" on their wings. I can toll you tho farmers aro not anxious to havo them come but they aro all superstitious as to their verity as harbingers. Whon you come to think of It this letter business seems like a foolish superstition. Out whon you do know til at thoy bear either tho W" or the "P" and that tho Blgn has never failed, how aro you going to explain it? seven-teen-ycold-tlmu- Almost dally. Instances are learned of where people havo got swindled by the mail order houses. Last Thursday a prominent citizen of near Farrnlngton informed us a club of several neighbors had Joined in together and sent 1250 in cash to a mail order house for shingles. One Man ordered 20,000 and another 8,000 uud tho others various amount. Tho shingles did not conm up to the order aud somo of them were not shipped at all nnd others got heir money back. Col. Tom Uoytl nil Mr. J. II. Jones shipped their shingles back, 28,000 in all, at their rwn expense. They will loso at least $20, nnd then have to buy shingles . at homo. These shingles cost an averago of $4.25 per thousand. There a;e hundreds of Just such caseB In Graves county, of which tho public never henrs of. When will our people learn to stop fooling with these mall or Ue houses? Mayflc'.d Messenger. Savo from l to $2 per thousand on your shingles by buying direct frpm our mill. Yates &. Kirk Shingle Co. Hickman Pastors Association On Inst Monday morning nt nine o'clock, in the Methodist Parsonage the pastors of the town met and organized themselves Into Tho Hickman Pastor's Association. The followG. W. ing officers were elected: Wilson, president, W. G. Stockton, vice president, Andrew Turklngton, WHEAT WANTED We are in the market for all kinds of Grain, Hay and, pecially Wheat. es- on reasonable terms. Orders for Flour, Meal, Bran and all kinds of Feed Stuff filled on short notice. DAHNKE-WALKE- R 1 u MILLING CO. Hickman, Kentucky j r. st. ortTiED, j.st.f Home I'lioneS-Cumberland IS! Other prices accordingly. See us for I desire to inform my friends that I am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly belonged to the Hickman Ice & Coal Co., and am now prepared to give you the best of service in this line. I am now selling genuine Notice 4 A TON Phone No. Tl U . i ICE CREAM FREEZERS REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES PORCH FURNITURE MATTINGS, CARPETS SCREEN WIRE, Etc. 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 If you Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. secretary. men havo not organized Tho town Just na well for nothing. get their eyes open toward the church cs, for something Is going to not nappen-tnkplace tins year, wny not? It Is time. These- 48 Your orders appreciated, whether large or small. St. Louis Fulling Co. A. A. FARIS mmsmmmmmmm For a strictly high grade patent flour try White- - Swan, Bed Rose or Carnation Travis. The Hickman Furniture Co. ban dies the best line of Furniture in West Kentucky. Let us show you. Few Dentists In In Greece, outxlde of Athens, the bar i erforms ihe funiMons or tno r Us to the eue-i- t nf rv:ng teeth. Mlii-uts the only pini-- wlicro dental wink of any other kind Is done. Greece. br To s the Public PHONE 73 FOR 8ALK; Tbo beautiful llttb homo placo belonging to X. 8. Mouu , i')-located tctrccs too homes of Judgo Murroll and Judge Mooro, ou ouion meet, air room residence, 2 good loU, concrete walks and other Improvements. Will no 11 ut reason fable figure. KOR SALE: In tho now Uogun Addition, between Southern Heights aud city Hue, tun a pretty lot an jou over ww to go at a very low figure. Thcso loU bru lovul, desirable bulldlnn site, of good duptn, aud can bo had In any width. They lay at tho outh ond of tho new steel bridge. Present improvements con-Hiof co .cruto walk, water mains cluc'rlc HghU, otc To start tho ball rolling wo will sell ten lots at ?1GU each; others will bo higher. will be placed ou these lots mi that ouly nice homes and white pooplu will bo In the neighborhood. ures on It. FOH SALE: Nice residence aud lot BOxlGO, in East Hickman; all necessary Improvements good stablo cistern, fences, $900 will buy It. Owner has good reasons for selling-C- all etc The Hickman Courier has a nice 2 story brick houso and two good lots for sale cheap. All Im provements, two cellars, cistern, etc It will cost 2,000 to build bouse, our prlco S1400. Ask for No. CL six-roo- i'OR SALE; For a limited time will offer for salo at a UAH UAIN, ICO acres of flno timber loud near Koelfoot Lake. Owner soys wu ash, gum, etc, ou VOK SALE: Uiero uro 1,000,000 feet of cypress, iMa land. New n cottogos Two lu West Hickman, lot CCxlUC, fenced, water works, etc Hither one for FOR SALE: A nico residence, one W0 or both for $'J60. The houses block from Pos toff ice. The house bo built for this money. cannot has 6 rooms, two halls, and two Qorch FOR 8ALK: A fino 17& aero tract es; In good repair and a very desiraright at soutboust limits of city, has ble place. Call at this office. good two-storhouse, barn and out FOR SALE: Ono of tho very best buildings of all kinds. Would make a ulco addition to tho town and Is lota lu tho Honry Addition. Cash or an ideal tract for truck farming or time Tho new railroad dairy business. FOR 8 ALB: A Btnall farm, one will make this landdoublo In value lctlo from town, all in cultivation; In next 12 months. For either homo a fino one for truck farming. Will or Investment this proposition is hard be Bold on easy terms. All necessary to beat. For particulars call at the Improvements. This office. Courier office. FOR SALE: A No. 1 good business resiFOH SALE: A now building located lu tho heart of the dence nnd K vicinity lots (4V& acres) city. Will bo sold at a sacrlfico if bam, etc., Just outside city limits; a taken at once. Rents readily for a corking good placo for tho money. good figure. Good reasons for Belling Knougn ground for truck gardeuing For particulars apply at the Cournnd poultry. Tho plnco you'vo been looking for; lot us glvo jiou tho fig ier office. y The court of appeals of Kentucky decided unconstitutional nnd Invalid FOR SALE: Nice rcsldeno the act of tho lost legislature provld In West Hickman. Has coal house, Ing that no negro industrial school buggy shod and all other improveshould bo located in any precinct In Well located; easily worth ments. Beware of substitutes sco that our tho Stato unless the majority of voteie 11,600 to U.B00, but will sell for less. trade-mark is on your plumbing and of tho precinct voted for its location Are you renting? Cut it out, own a tinning Jobs. John Cotton. The act was Intended to prevent the homo. This is a bargain. location of the Lincoln Industrial In FOR SALE: Nice residence near SHINGLES Cypress shingles at$l stltuto in Shelbj: county. tho College, Plenty of ground and per thousand at mill. Yates & Kirk all Improvements. Terms to suit Don't pay rest. See us, If Shingle Co. 202 guaranteed Fancy Patent. Try you want a home. Hickman Courier. a sack. Case & Son. Phone 183. cotFOR SALE: Nico five-rooDriston Draper, Bon of former Gov. tage and lot CSxl60, five minute J Draper, of Boston, who eloped with We .serve BKO. Harris Ico Cream walk from post office. Has all neces- Quccnlo Sanford, an actress, three Parlors. sary Improvements. No overflow aud years ago, has boen forgiven and has no bill to climb. If you want a bar returned with his wife and child tofa gain, abovo 900 In your Jeans and fine homo fitted up by bis parents". come get it. You can't find anothor Ho has been working1 as a mill band chance to get a homo w .!,,,. nt Burlington, Vt. Splendid Selection FOR SALE: Tho Allison Tyler res !0"EC irriiwrty ar tha 1(111, Cn bu All work satisfactory or money rebought for about halt what it is real- turned. Schmidt. ly worth. It will bear closo inspection. pur-chase- r. at Courier office. When in need of TIN and PLUMBING WORK for quick service. All work guaranteed and strictly first-clas- s. Let Us Figure With You And We'll Do Your Work Cash Book Store Stationery New Books mmmw Twenty-Fiv- Post Card's, Notions, etc. Cnllnnd fire Our Stock : very th In a Hickman Plumbing & Tinning Co. Phone 73 e Years' Trial proves that it J. Q. Adams, Mary Berendes & Co. TJ Manager E. W. Adams, Sec. and Treas. SPREADS BEST WEARS BEST LOOKS BEST COSTS LEAST Lowe Brothers HIGH STANDARD WOOL tHIDESANDftJR! foalPaloi. I we us it Ja Mtl let TM Ult Itotl K CSttiiM IMrthliK Kcltfmt: ti; (iH i LMHtilU. We feikfe WE BUY II II " SONS Ives 1 HAP T I TD T Q LrUVJUVUlVI DiC0tvrlATJ. Ai 1 wi ri 1 1 1 ILiicf ULici mnBipnHW niypqi. nrwmpiwim. fr CV. vau yivg si tw: "manufacturing engravers XOUI5VILL&,hT.,U.SA PILESI PILES! WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. Have you neglected your kidneys? Havo you overworked jour nervous system and caused trouble with your kidneys and bladder? Have you pain In loins, sldo, back, groins and bladder? Have you a flabby appearanco of the face, especially under the eyea Too frequent a desire to pass urine? If so, Williams Kidney Pills will cure you Hickman Drue Co., Prlee 60c f5 stints H.SABBL. 'uiT Umi9k.li. Samples on display atjhis office. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment, will euro Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles It absorbs the tumors, allays Itching at once, acts as a poultice, gives Instant relief. Williams' Pile Ointment Is prepared for Piles and Itching of the private parts. Sold by Hickman Drug Co, r.0o and $1. Williams' Mfg., Co., Props., Cleveland, Ohio. JCvery For Sale by o OoooeooooooooO The Courier costs only one dollar a year or less than 2 eesti per week. Are you a subscriber T It is too cheap to either ateal or borrow. Sub scribe today. Your money re-funded. If not satisfied I I ! C The Hickman Courier CowgiiPs Drug Store (Incorporated) night at the Lyrks. p" 0 m o o frXCLLKSIVE LIUE,.- o o o I guarantee all plumbing andtiu Dulte'a Excellence is the name of o our new, high grade flour, guaranteed nlng I do. If the work don't come o out-talyou o to be the best in Hickman. Your up right and I can't money back It not satisfied. Betters we will cheerfully do the Job over-J-ustlike any other plumber. Cotton. q O worth & Prather. k m EXCLUSIVE IOCAI AGBKTS FOR. THIS m . 'JMtyVihlitiOfc?.. -- 4t.i mtikMi.tv,,v,'m,t..,l,m,ii,. ,.Lm&&Hi6sC.!t-- ' a- .- -- - -- T -- . HON. WILLIAM ADDAMS plro. C! V u hi1. V 0 gives a choice of many styles No reason why die little daughter shouldn't have stylish shoes that arc good to look at beside being comfortable and long- T wearing iicre is a line mat T 1 1 up-to-da- te, many leathers, patent, black, tan and a dictionary with every pair from size IVA up. CUSTOM MADC BY Wertheimer-Swart- s Shoe Co., ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. ; The Republican party U spending ler cent of all the revenues col lected by the government tho pre sent fiscal year for wars past and ,wars anticipated, and only 2 percent for agriculture. The farmer who does not like this should vote the Democratic ticket this fall. 75 -- feeling, loss of A bilious, half-sica:id constipated bowels can U relieved with surprising promptnos by using llERUINE. Tho first dose brings improvement, a few doses puts tht system In fine, vigorous condition Price COc. Sold by Illckman Drug Co k in'gy, ' Teething babies always havo a hard time of it when this process occurs ri in uub nittiuv4. a uu uuh juij uuia to contend with painful gums but the bowels loose & stomach is disordered, and the body uncomfortable The best . help you can give tho littlo sufferer is McGEFTK BABY ELIXIR. It cor rects sour stomach, cools and quiets Cm bowets and helps digestion. Pric JUc and 50c per bottle. Sold by Hick BrilH Drug Co. A Difficult Problem. It is of! on difficult lo dwide whethf ' uie moat disagreeable peoplr In nre those who merely think they are our superiors or those wlm roally are Tho Iliokmaa Fur. Co. will sur prise you in tho matter of low prises and good goods. Don't tako our word but come and see for yourself. VillhLiUUtihilAHlfaiLtijitifiiiUiliUhi11fcfafilft,LiAtuLi REFRIGERATORS J-i- rSl r rassa 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 White Frost This refrigerator is constructed of heavy galvanized sheets. The in is of white enamel. The exterior finish terior 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 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 bras3 tube. And not a piece of wood about the refrigerator as big a a tooth-pick. Wc say, if you need a refrigerator at $20.00 25.00 Or a larger size at 30.00 Or the largest size at then call on U3 and we wil take pleasure in furnishing just the refrigerator that you have been looking for. The above prices do not include water coolers. . Hickman Ice rr Q & Coal Co. INCORPORATED 'HWWWI'WWW -- That he has always answered to the call of his party and as qhalrman ol the Democratic committee of Harrifor four years Given Cordial and Enthusias- son county the State Central and as a member of Commit tic Endorsement as Candi- tee from the Ninth Congressional DIs FOR he date for Democratic Nomi- trlct for eight or more years, to has rendered valuable services th Democratic party, and has contributed nation for Governor. The sprinkling rate for the season, beginmaterially to its victories, That Mr. Addams in the strictest Cynthiana Democrat From ning May 1st and ending November 1st, sense Is a man; by his own The circuit tiourt room at tho Court efforts be has risen from a poor boy in residence section, is House was crowded with Democrats step by step to positions of the high who assembled to endorse the candi est Influence In his state and county dacy of Uou. William Addams. of Cyn- and his successes in life are a mat thiana, for the Democratic nomination ter of Just pride and gratification to our people. We commend him as a 8c for each additional foot. for governor. clean, honest, ot M. Terry, chairman of the man personally James Harrison County Domooratlc Commit sturdy integrity, high principle, and a tee, called the meeting to order, and keen perception of alt that is Just and right He represents, in short, the appointed Carl Mnssor, secretary ol best there Is in civic and political county committee, and J. M. Al- and If chosen by tho Democracy lite the ol len, of the Democrat, lemrorary sec- the state as their standard bearer Tn This is payable in advance. If you have Terry briefly stated the tho gubernatorial contest will give an retaries. Mr. object of the meeting and announced account of himself of which a1 hit not paid, please don't sprinkle. that the first thing in order wan a per people will be Justly proud. Upon motion, manent organization. That Harrison county has always tho temporary organization was mad rolled up a large Democratic major ity In contests the party has waged, permanent It wag moved and seconded that the and Is one of tho banner counties of Incorporates! chairman appoint a committee on res- Democracy in the state, yet she has olutions, which motion pro ailed. The but once, and that many years ago. chairman appoluted Oie following cum received recognition for her loyaltr mlttec: II C. Duffy. W. M Moore, and valuable contributions to tho parHanson Peterson, J. W Stump. C. D ty' success, and we feel that we entitled to recognition at the hands ot press to you in a general way my ap- Legal Weight of Corn. preciation of the kindly Interest you tho party at this time The following is given as tbolgal Therefore, we rommend Mr Addams have shown In me; however, I w lo the Democracy of this Common- say that in my Judgment the present w night of corn in Kentucky: Ac wealth as a man in every way worthy attitude of what is commonly knows cording to the atntuto In this statu 50 iBSSSSSSSS SSSssVsTsV' rmmllluUut a of tho highest honors and capable of as "trusts" is the greatest danger and pounds of btil'-- J jfls9Ht "SllMk giving the people of Kentucky a wise, menace to this state and country thai bushttl. beneficent economical and business- they have ever had to contend with tfrom November lstto May 1st 70 like admlnlxtra'lon: nnd Individually Corporations operated within the Ian pounds of corn In tho oar constitutes our are ar' rolleetlvelr we pledge him sup- sary essential and absolutely neeev a bushel. for the progress and development united strength. Influence and Krom May 1st to November 1st OS port and will ute all honorable means of our ate. We need and can not without banks, Insurance com- pounds ot i04 corn souatltutoa a lt do to secure for blm the nomination. gal bushel. Homo Journal, Chairman Terry then appointed J. panies, railroads sjid many other cor poratlons, which can do many things C Dedman, M. C. Swtuford and U U. Furnish a committee to notify Mr. Ad- which can not be dose by Individual Cbildrun that aro affected by worm efforts. Hut these should bo restrict dams of the meeting's aotlou. sickly and llablo (o coned by proper leglilatlon and not be al fcl r?a nd fatal disease. Mr Addams was received with mum WIIITHS lowed to oppress the people, but trusti tract much enthusiasm, and proceeded at UlirUM VUHMIKUOU expels worms should have no place In any country promptly and puts the child uu tho onto to thank the Democrats ot his county for their cordial expressions and should, not be tolerated by or per- roiu to health. 1'rlco 3Cc per bottle. of good will and esteem and their mitted to exist under any form of gov- Sold by 'iickinan Drug Co. beartiuewi In supporting bltn in a con ernment, and I might say. would nol test fur the governorship. His re be It public servants would do thelt The cost ot leather Is stvudlly ad I be duty fearlessly and honestly. marks follow: WM. ADDAMS, CYNTHIANA, KY, are bound to Heve the people of this country art vancing; and w Democratic Candidate for the NominaMr. Addams' Remarks. beginning to realize they art up that even low shoe will U "" tion of Governor. Mr. Chairman and Fellow Democrats: against this proposition; for instance--, higher. 1 !sh to assure yuo that your ao witness the Republican Insurgents Id McCau-ley- , MarUu. J. C. MoKlnley, D. E. I and tbu kindly Inter Congress, and the result ot the recent J. C. II. Levi, J. L. Cbownlng, J. tion hero ray behalf,! lections held in Massachusetts, New If you havo tho Itch, don't scratch C. Dedmati, Harry W. llerry, E. K cstou hate thus shown In makes tin skin bleed. Apply 1IAU is more highly apptcclaled and more York and Missouri. Kenakcr, D. F Iledford, Jos. Arnold, Rub It I believe in organization deeply felt than 1 am ablo to exprerj and co LAUD'S SNOW LIN1MKNT. W. P. McDowell, M. J. Nagel, L. to you In words, and I can only hope operation, strictly within tbs law liyiitly on tho affected parts. It Furnish, P. S. Jameson. Itching Instantly nnd a few apEvery other Inter an While tho committee was deliberat- that an opportunity will arisa at my among farmers. cause thus early date when I can fully show est is organised. IM him turn which plicationsa removes thocure. Trie per fon-ilning In one of tho Jury rooms, the 3Gc permanent appreciation by acts and deeds ra'ber way he will be goes up against organ S'-- and f I per bottle. Sold by Hickmeeting was addressed by A. II. liar ization, and prices are fixed which h man Drug Co. ney, Luther Mastin and Judge L. P. than words, because words mean littlo unless prompted by pure and untllish has to pay, whether he buyn agrlcul Fryer, who bore testimony to Mr. high character and standing, motives, ant! made good by honeit ac- tnral Implements or any ot the prod ucts of steel or iron; in fact almost Thsso odd plcct-- s of furnlturo nt his cxecutUo ability, and his worth! tion. It manors not what support ot en- any other commodity, he pays prices tho Hlokman Furnlturo Co.. will bo every way to fill the position ness in to whloh his friends would have him couragement I may rcoeive from oth- fixed by combines. What be has tc sold at prices that will mako them er quarters In this undertaking, none, sell Is sold in competition with the CO. elected. ap- markets of the world Therefore it U On the return of the committee the l asuuro you, will bo more highly preciated than the compliment you absolutely necessary that the farmers resolutions which follow were read I will not perfect an organization under which have paid me hero and adopted by n unanimous vote: A roEula morning operation of tho attempt any formal or lengthy ad- their Interest may be protected. Ion els rmU you In flno shape for tht The Resolutions. s dress tp you at this time, because it Whenever the farmers of this day a woik It you miss It you feel Whereas, Hon. Win. Addams, ol will probably be a year or raoro besleeping giant as uncon- uncomfortable and cannot put vim In Harrison county, Kentucky, hn teci. fore the State Democratic Convention scious of Its strength becomss thor- to our movements For all bowel and is now being urged by numero s HEIIUINC la tho romvdy. will be held to nominate candidates oughly aroused and organised. It will friends throughout the state to sub for state offices, and for that reason put all combines out of business It purifies, strengthens and regulates mlt his name to the Democracy of the It Is too early to begin an active camIn conclusion I wish to say that I'rlco 50c Sold by Hickman Drug Co Commonwealth as a candidate for tli paign on the stump. In fac. I deem- the love, friendship and confidence of nomination of governor; now, there; ed it too early to even make a formal my neighbors and friends is mors Your parties are not cmplst unfore, bo it announcement so far In advance ot precious to me than all the wealth Resolved, By the Democracy of liar our part's nominating contention, and honor this world can give and less REO Is serve '. Cowglil's rlson county. Kentucky, in mass con- but In view of the fact that other can- whatever may he tho result of this vention assembled. didates were getting in the field my campaign so fsr as I am concerned, That we know Mr. Addams to be friends from different parts of the let us alf work for a united demoman of unsual executive ability, ster- state urged thst I should mako known cracy and a signal victory In the ip ling integrity, and possessing in a my contemplated candidacy. proachlng campaign, and thereby remarked degree all of those qualltlci I hao given this matter much care- deem our state and the people from necessary to fill the high trust to ful thought, and from this, and tht tho many mistakes and blunders mado during the present administration by which his friends would have him advice of experienced friends, and received from many our llopuhllean friends The meeting then adjourned. prominent Democrats throughout the state. J havo decided to enter the contest for the nomination for this Impor$100 REWARD 1100. tant and exalted position, consequent ly I make thls,my formal announceTho ment to you, the Democracy of my pleased redtrj of this paper will bo to learn tha thuro Is at least home county. one dreaded disease that baa writes Mrs. Ethel Newlin, Our state convention will adopt a been able to cure In nil science Ita stacos. Find Help in LydiaE. Pinkof Liberty Center, Ind., principles in ac- nnd that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh platform and set of ''that I began to take Carcord with which the party and iti Cuu Is tno only positivo euro now ham's Vegetable Compound dui. for it has cured mc, candidates will be pledged to admin- known to the medical fraternity Ca Hudson, Ohio, "If mothers rcallml and I will never forcet it ister the affairs of your government; inrrn being a constitutional disease the good vntir remedies would tin dull. rcquirca a constitutional treatment cat plrls I bcllcvo there would bo and I desire to say should I be suc"I cannot praise Cardui cessful In this contest. I will stand Had Catatrb Curo Is taken Internalfewer weak and ailtoo highly for what it did ing women. Irregsquarely and unequivocally for evory ly, acting directly upon tho blood and for me. Before I began mucous jarfacs of tho system, thorv ular ntxl painful iilank and principle announced in thai oy uestroymg tno to take it, I was very roundntlou of the perl odn nnd such platform, and I will use all of my time disease, nnd gllng tho patient bad color, suffered great troubles would bo 'be best efforts I am able to put forth utruiigth by building up tho constiturclli'Vt'd nt onco in pain and weighed only and every honorable means at hand tion and assisting naturo in doing Its many casi'B. Lydla 105 pounds. Now I have to see that those principles are used own work. Tho proprietors havo so K. rliikhntn'a Vego-tilil- u a good color, do not suffer Compound is and followed out. without modification n.u h fa' Hi in tho curative powers I hut they (mo for nllluir girls and weigh 125 lbs." offer Ono Hundred Dollars In the transaction of tht state's B35 This done. It Is needless to say for any caso that it falls to euro. ft? VsaHMi ,"." and rmulovwi wo-trt mntt i testimonials for th" tho people of this Commonwealth Address Hit J.ofCHENEY & CO., To organs need u tonlo F. wiil have a fair, honest and economjSsuaiul tho Compound ot their public h'in, Ohio. ical administration RtTPS new ambition nnd llfn from thn Sold by all druggists, 7Cc. 1 uslneis in which no one will enjoy Tako iirsttiose." Alrfl.flKOitoKSTiticiaKit, and in which tht pation. Hull's Family Pills for consti- Hudson, Ohio, It2Jo. 6, Jlox 32. Ktioi tal privileges Hundreds of mich lettera from rights of nil of the people will be inotliora exmessing their gratitude-fo- r and ft hat Ldla M, l'lnkham'B VtW'Ut-bl- o Beware of strong, noxI did not Intend to refer partlcuarly O. Hcrtweck left yesterday for St Compound luin accomplished for ious, mineral drugs, that to any question In these brief remarks Louis. From there he goes to Sac- thorn have rwlved by tho Lydla sink Into your system, exat this time, but merely meant to ramento, Cat, via Denver and Salt Jv. nnkham Medldno Comimti y, i.) tin, like lead to tiie bottom of Uiku. Hu expects to spend a month Mass. a basin of water. Yoiinjr Girls, Hecl This. visiting rolatlvea at Sacramento, FresCardui Is purely vegeno, San Francisco and other points. orOlrlfl who uro troubled with jialnful o Irregular periods, bnukncho, head-nchtable and contains no Whllo thuro, ho and Mrs, Hcrtweck dmgglng-dowBunsutloiin, faint'poisonous minerals, or TRY A COURIER o or indigestion, should tnko will celebrate their GOth wedding ami! ing dangerous drugs. WANT AD. o vorsnry, which accura July 21. They immediate action to ward oil tho seriIt is perfectly safe and The Cheapest advertising o ous consequences mid bu restored to will return via Santiago, Pedro, mor- health by Lydla E. I'lnkham'u Vegeharmless, for use by old o Medium I Read by gan City nnd Now Orleans, ImT table Coinioutid. Thousands have been and young, and may be 3,000 People Every Week o restored to health by its use. taken, as a tonic, for o C0ST8 ONLY ONE CENT If you would llku apodal advice months, without any possi o PER WORD PER WEEK. Let mo sharpon.that disc cultivat- nboutyour crhh wrllu n coufldcii-tla- l ble harmful effect Try it or, I can do it cheaper than any- Ly""letter to Mm. I'inkliHin, ut Mhhh. Her advice is free, s e o O body. R, h. Gray. and uIwh8 helpful. Sprinkling Rates 1910 1910, self-mad- e 50 foot front and under ... $6 $6 Business house rate, each door HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. tn ,ri o to-da- a g o to-da- yt coun-trvthl- MOTHERS WHO HAVE 1 Am Glad" DAUGHTERS BIKlfl The Woman's Tonic pro-tefe- safe-guarde-d. Ix-e- - ooooooooooooO u, n hjm-H- s lOoeaosoe K- w wMywm , il 1 V -- "., SOUTH GETS LITTLE PIE THIRD OF STATES WITH THIRC OP POPULATION SLIGHTED. rO) A g - DODDS NOW OWNS WAGON FACTORY NO CHANCE TO GET STALE The enormous quantity of receipes filled daily at ' JL ' Neither In Agricultural, Sundry Clvl er River and Harbor Bill Hai South Cetten lt Portion. wEmi JLat JEiM GP JULY CELEBRATION -- AT- FULTON, KY. A Magnificent Day of Entertainment in the history of all July 4ths un-surpassed Record Breaking Automobile Races Monster Floral Parade Foot Races, Athletic Contests Horse Races Two Big Base Ball Games Old Fashioned Barbecue Speeches by the famous Ollie M. James and Hon. Ruby Laffoon Washington. The South does nc appear to thrive on theso billion dot lar congresses. Out of the more than one billion dol tera which Kill have been appropriate: by this congress before It adjourn lea Uiun JiruTuoO.OCO was voted to tin h South. Less than of the tota appropriations goes to fourteen urea Btateaone-thlrof the number of tin stulo of the union. approprlatlo: lu tho agricultural bill may be found the dlffereu' amounts to be expended In the for entry service, The West gels J4.4I4, 400 and the South gets 2 CO 00. The general appropriation for the servici la J448.O0O.O0O. And everybody know tho forests and timber landu of th( South are of enormous area. Tho progress and development ol the South demands good roads more than any section of the couutry, and It la to bo hoped that should federal aid over be extended conditions will not be such that the Northeasterncrt and tho Northwcaterners will bo pep rnltted to gobble the whole pile. Out of tho billion dollars, the measly sun: of $U4240 was appropriated by thit congress for Rood roads. Just a little d good sum to maintain a roads bureau In Washington. Under the miscellaneous provision! of the sundry civil bill, the South receives J2.302.000. The total miscellaneous provisions is ror $9G,191,109. A very large proportion of the agricult-ura-l appropriation is general. The South receives $207,000.- - In the Indiaj appropriation bill, of course, the Wes gets the candy end of the stick. Th general appropriation Is $3,485,000: Northeasterners get $242,000 and the Westerners get $5,113,000. The Soutn grabbed off $48,000. The provisions for the fisheries comes under the sui dry civil bill. The general appropriation Is $947,066. Besides this amount, Northeast gets $94,000, the West $130 000 and the South trails with $25,006 to its crodlL The sundry civil bill also contains appropriations for the construction ol works on harbors and rivers already under contract Tho Northeastern states get $3,486,000 and the Western states are allowed $3,409,000. The South gets only $982,000. The big rivers nnd harbors bill carries over elghty-Bv- e million dollars and th South gets $11,348,060. The Northeast, however, is appropriated $13,712,504 and the West $11.SS9,000. and $37,855,-00goes to the Panama canal. one-fiftd fair-size0 our stores leaves no chance for drugs to accumulate on our shelves and get stale and useless. Tho Hickman wagon factory has been sold to S. L. Doods lock stock and barrel and it-i- s almost needless to say that It will running full call city as soon as Mr. Doods can mako soma improvements ho has in view Among other things, he will erect another largo building on their lots west of tholr office on Clinton street and build a switch from tho railroad Into these grounds. . That is why medicines from here are so reliable. a HELM & ELLISON With Mr. Dodds on the hear of 'er and a general overhauling of tho old plant, tho Hlchmnn Wagon is bound to come to the front again as lu bygone years. There Is not a bettor wagon made than this old rollablo Hickman product, and they can bo turned out hero as cheap as any place rffi In the south. A -- Wl The Rev. Perry and Rev. Van Over Fight Before Flock. Lexington, Ky. Rev. Robert Van n Over and Iter. Isaac Perry, mountain preachers who had been holding revival meetings, fought a due) with knives in the Hock Creek Baptist Church, Whitley county, Van Over's throat being cut from ear to ear. He died in a short Ume . The trouble grew out of charges against Van Over, which were being tried In the church when the fight 00 curred. Minister Perry and his brother, Blaine, are in jail at Williamsburg. It la said that tho Rev. Isaac Perry ran at the Rev. Van Over while he was In the pulpit The two men clinched, and while struggling in each other's arms the Rer. Perry drew a knife. At this Juncture Blaine Perry seized the Rev. Van Over, it is said, and held him, while his brother pulled his knhu across the Rev. Van Over's throat, a wound from which he succumbed In a short time. The church was crowded at the time and a wild panic ensued. well-know- Tho now proprietor is in Chicago PREACHERS DUEL TO DEATH this week, but when ho returns ho will get busy with the Improvements on the plant. Wo are glad the fac tory will remain In Hickman. It was rumored some time ago that it would bo moved away, but Instead it will bo bigger and better than ever. KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL. Health Is Worth Saving, and Soma Hickman People Know How To Save It. Many Hickman people take their lives In their hands by neglecting tho kidneys when they know theso orgam need help. Sick kidneys are responsi ble for a vast amount of suffering nnd 111 health, but there is no need to suffer nor to remain In danger when all diseases and aches and pains due to weak kidneys can be quickly and permanently cured by the use of Doan's Kidney Pills. Here is a Hickman citizen's recommendation: A. J. Hunzlker, East Hickman, Ky., says; "I cannot say too much In favor of Doan's Kidney Pills, a3 they had a beneficial effect upon my kidneys. I suffered for some years from attacks of kidney trouble and at tlmo there was a dull ache across tho small of my back which mado me miserable A short time ago I procured Doan's Kidney Pills at Helm & Ellison's drug store and through their use found o en-tir- Cheaper to Treat Drunk. Anderson, lad. After the community had borne the expense of arresting, convicting and imprisoning John Bricker on .the charge of Intoxication 300 times in ten years, Mayor Foster decided that he should be sent to a "drink cure sanitarium'" at the of the city. The mayor said he was not proposing an innovation in the science of municipal reform or setting a precedent, but that he believed his action in Brlcker's case would prove a measure of public economy. Half Million for Drink. Chicago. It is stlmated that Chicago spent half a million dollars Monday for cooling bevrages. Prominent manufacturers of Ice cream said that ob a hot day mere than $200,030 Is spent for ice cream and ices. More than $200,000 is spent for beer and other Intoxicants, and another $100,000 for lemonade and other soft drinks. Award Panama Contract. Washington. The contract for the giant lock of the Panama canal was awarded to a steel company of Pittsburg at $5,374,474. Don't gins at Sunday Trenton, Foster-Mllbur- HARMON FOR PRESIDENT Price DOc. Buffalo, N. Y sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's at d take no other. n rellot." For sale by all dcalors. Co., The Jeffries - Johnson Prize Fight GIVEN BY ROUNDS FROM RINGSIDE TITANIC CARNIVAL OF Fireworks Great B. P.O. Elks Minstrels v Believe That Nebraskan Will Support Joe Folk. Dayton! O. Gov, Harmon will resign from the office of chief executive of the Buckeye state wltalu a very fow months after next election day. providing, of course, that he is reelected. This statment comes in many different forms from prominent Democratic leaders of the state, who aii here to attend the state convention of tho Democrats. These men say that Gov. Harmon is impressed with the idea that he is to bo the next Democratic presidential candidate and also with the Idea that he will iavo te make a strong fight to defeat the plans of William J. Bryan, who is said to favor the candidacy of Joseph W. Folk of Missouri. He will resign to take up the work of forward lng tils boom for tho presidency and will leave the governorship of his Bishop May Be Ousted. Memphis, Tenn. That Bishop E. R, Hondrlx of Kansas City, Mo., may have his character arrested and be suspend ed from his bishopric In sixty days; that Choancllor Klrkland will be removed from his office at the head of Vanderbilt University, and that the nineteen trustees who voted that the church'dld not own the university, and that the trustees elected by the church would i(ot br received, will be ejected from tho board, is the confident prediction of a number of leading Methodists Mott' Nervine PHI Mrs. S. M. Hubbard returned Monday from Clinton where sho attended tho annual meeting of the Foreign Missionary Society, which was in session three days last week. Photographic. The photographer never takes people for tthat they are worth, but what he can get out of them. Chicago isews. forgot the revival which betho Methodist church next I have the grades and prices. Do morning. Rev. Menders, of not forget to 'have your grocer tilt Tenn., will asslbt the local your order sold by Travis' pastor, Rev. Wilson. FOR SALE OR RENT: Residence on Troy Avenue. H. T. Beile. 2tf Uncle 'Ezra Says: U- ugh ami grow fnt Is mighty good i;ui, but a feller kin laugh a hull shcn the pantry's full." r r New hitch racks. fTTTf WHY NOT TRY 7 Popham's ASTHMA REMEDY Gives prompt and positive relief In every caso. Sold by Tho Hickman Drug Co, price $1. Trial If your groceries have not proven package by mall, 10c. entirely satisfactory try trading with Williams Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland. C. H. Moore. ifAitiiiitlliAiiAAAliAiAli v And Hundreds of Other Features Hickman Furniture Co. -- INCORPORATED- $2,500 Expended for Entertain- ment this Fourth at Fulton Come and See for Yourself The great serve and brain treatment for men and women, produces strength and vitality, builds up the system, and renews the normal vigor. For tie by druggists or by mail, $1 per box; 6 boxes for $5, Hickman Drug Co., Incorporated. Somothtng out of tho ordinary is bound to happen. When you stop and think that Hickman has pulled off a threK clns' gun shoot, ,1 four days' carnival, put up u lot or hitch racks and torn down tho McCutcheoa How all lu one and tho same month wo bellovo you will share pur opinion. On Free Performance Due. receiving govorn French intuit pubihly are obliged to give a free performance every year. s STEARNS & FOSTEK MATTRESS f Special Sale a EXCURSION RATES ON ALL THE RAILROADS Its absolute com fort and whole rest- giving construction, We wish to close out some make the Stearns & Foster best of all for ODD PIECES inducing dreamless, healthful sleep. and will make you a price on them that We sell them. PRICES VERY, Will Surprise You LOW We also wish to say that our regular line was never better than it is now, and prices are lower. We are the leaders in good Goods NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE Si For 30 Pays ffl The best flour In Hickman Bulte's Excellence at Bettersworth & B'K ""X - ,.t F 'i - NAIFEH BROS. GREAT SALE CONTINUES :WE MUST UNLOAD: Grading PRICES SLASHED: Line :QET BUSY :ONLY A FEW MORE DAYS: low Completed to Fulton County ROOSEVELT'S RECEPTION I. G. Smith, residing near Reelfoot IJake, Informs us that tho contractors dolag the grading on tho C. M. & G. It. R., from Tiptouvllte to Hickman, finished the work up to the Fulton county Hue yesterday. This means that the grading on over-- halt the distance is complete, and that the steel will be laid at once. They calculate to lay two I lea per day, which will requlro a week's time to finish. With favorable weather conditions, trains will be running on tho 12 miles of new track by July 4th. We understand It is planned to celebrate the com- - a J The Carnival funny Folks Most Amail.ng TrHsute Ever Given an American Citizen. New York. A vaster crowd than "had ever lloated on Nov York bay at that time in the morning In the history of those eternal waters roared at him, a multitude of whistles screamed at him, guns thundered At lilm, tho sun shone for him. Itoosevelt's recoptlon vim In many ways tho most amazing tribute which has vor greeted an American returning from far shores. secured, which will cause some delay. The stages In the stirring welcome However, there is now no doubt were crowded Into hardlv more than tho road being built. Tho nec- threo hours. At S:30 o'clock a.m. Mr essary bonus of $20,000 has been sub- Itoosevelt left tho steamship amid the scribed, and everything is ready for roar of big guns from bMtleahlps and land forts, and a pandemonium of tho company to get busy. steam whistles from craft and the factories along tho water front Then, aboard tho reonue cutter Androscoggin he moved nt tho head of an Imposing marine parade up the Hudson river to Riverside drive, and back again to the Battery, amid tho continuous dem onstrations of water craft and tho assembled multitude along the water pletioa by running an excursion to Dycrsburg the Fourth. Tho contractors who havo had chargo of the grading will leave this week for Arkansas to do some work. Nothing has been given out up to this tlmo as to when work will begin on this end or the lino. It wll bo several weeks to sny tho least as is yet to bo part of the right-of-way See The Carnival while you are in Hickman, but don't fail to .see the Sensational Display of Cool Summer Togs at BRADLEY & PARHAM'S '' front Tho landing at the Battery was the signal for another clamorous ovation. Hore, too. Mayor Gaynor extended official greetings and Mr Roosvelt spoke briefly but significantly of the Inter est and part ho will continue to take In public affairs. GOVERNORS HAVE CLOSE CALL Lightning Strikes Near Auto Sparks Thrown Over Them. S Louisville, Ky. Governors of four states had narrow escapes while riding in an automobile, when lightning twice struck near them. Those who were In the party Included Gov. Hadley of Missouri, Gov. Siono of Arizona, Gov An-oi- l of South Carolina and Gov. Will-soof Kentucky. At one point the lightning struck a railroad rail near them and sparks wero thrown over them. Raindrop's Start a Fire. York, A stream of raindrops New was responsible for a fire in which the greater part of a freight car was burned. The fire started In a car filled with barrels of dry lime. The roof leaked. Water dripped through It an' Into the barrels. As the lime boiled barrels quickly caught fire Soon the entlro car was in flames. Fire engines could not be brought near, but twnnty-fivlines of hose were stretched from streets close by. are alright, but if you want to see one of the swellest lines of Gent's Furnishings in Hickman, you must go to Take a High Dive into one of our Millet & Alexander's while in the city. Make their store your headquarters while here. You Are Welcome ,i ? V BANK MAKES ADDITION TO BUILDING. . Tiiat old reiiauio nnanciai insuiu-- j On the Streets tioa, tho Farmers & Merchants Bank, la building a brick addition to their ..r . ..i. nf f banking house. When the extension Schmidt, the Tailor. is completed the building will occupy most of tho lot lot between the two '100 acre farm to sett Kennedy. atreota. It should bo a source of prld and gratification to our citizens to For anything In the Bond Addition see our banks out grow their old see Kennedy. quarters, which la lu truth au inCase & Son make prompt deliverdex to the prosperity of tho community. Under tho judicious manage- ies. Phone 183. ment of Cashier J. A. Thompson and Best flour on the market. Betters-wortAsst. Cashier lieu Homage, two of & Prather. tho most clever fellows you will Mrs. Eula Salmon will leavo this meet anywhere, this institution has grown u) rank with the strongest week for Dawson Springs. and best of tho kind In tho State. Bulto's excellence and Autumn Leaf best flour mado Travis. tXer. M. L. Bioney is in town. Fresh groceries and vegetables of all kinds at tho Hickman Grocery Co Telephone 183 for your wants In the grocery line. Case & Son. W. C. Nail, of Fulton, was married J I1 3fci Heard I NEGLIGEE SHIRTS STRAW HATS LOW SHOES COOL UNDERWEAR SUMMER HOSIERY BELTS, TIES, ETC. e 'rTrn . h Buy Big Mill Stocks. Charlotte, N. C. Probably the largest deal In cotton mill stocks ever mado In the South has just been consummated, by which Marshall Field Company of Chicago secure controlling interest In several mills at Spray this state. The purchase Includes the control of the American Warehousing Co., mammoth finishing plant, warehouses, etc.; the Spray Woolen Mills, one of the largest wool manufacturing concerns In the world; the Lily Mills, tho Rhode Island Company and the Nantucket Mills. Bradley d bal-nnc- o & Parham Ills y - c- - Doa't ra bothered with a misfit Tuesday to Miss Birdie Weatherford, when you can get a fit Schmidt, the of Clinton. Tailor. Wheat harvest will soon bo over in this section. Tho yield has been Try a sack of 101 Highest Qrado Pateat Flour. Case & Son. Phone surprisingly good. No. 183. Mrs. L. M. Clark, of Paducah, spent soveral days this week with her Henry Hall and bride, of Mound City, Ills., passed through here this ner aaugnier, airs, t: m. uaso. week enrouto to No. 8 to visit rela Miss Llnnlo Thompson, of Fulton, tive. and W. F. Clarke, of Bufalo, N. Y city last Of course prices for plumbing and wero married In the former tinning will come down now, but you week. will have to get my prices to see Just Congressman Olllo M. James has how low they go. John Cotton. succeeded in getting .congress to appos toff Ice Watch for the BLUE MARK on propriate $50,000 for u building at Fulton. Why not Hickthe upper right hand corner of your Courier. It is to notify you that your man pull off a stunt like this? subscription hi about to expire. No A. K. Avery, of Columbus, was in papers are sent out after the this city Wednesday night trying to Is out. mako arrangements to get tho carnival company that is playing hero to go to Columbus for a short engage' Hickman Lodge 761 ment. F. & A. M. FOR SALE: Now residence in tho g Same Bond Addition. Hickman Lodge No. 7C1, F. & A. M.. will meet In regular communica- size lot and houso in tills addition tion next Monday night at 7:30. Vis- is being held for ICS0. We offer iting brothers cordially Invited. you this placo for a limited time at IL N. COWQILL, Master. $550, part cash. You ought to own D. OWENS, Becy. a homo. Tho money you ha,vo spent for rent in the past flvo years would Work In F. C. degree. inoro than pay for this place. Work In M. M. degree. A nice FOR SALEresl dence and lot In West Hlrkmnu. near tho Chapel. Houso in good repair, nil Improvements, lot is COilDO and located on best street In that section. cash, $1500 will buy It; one-thirPass Deficiency Bill, ono and two years; or for spot Washington, The deficiency apprcash we will sell cheaper. Good rea obation bill, carrying nearly $6,000,000. ons for wanting to sell; and you will was passed by the house. For tho naval moasure provide not tnakn a mlftake If you buy It. establishment the more than $1,000,000. Nearly $900,000 You can't replace tho houso for this money. Is appropriated for tho army. wires former husband. Mr Lynch died about a yar ago. H Wnlr Lynch, 35c about 30 year, was n member of die W O. W. 11ml a well known young farmer of the carried fS.OOO Insurance In this nr lower bottom, residing on the old Joo dor. Leech place, died nt his home SatBurial took place at Browns urday after a Ungurlng HlnMw nf conafternoon. sumption. , Death of Walter Lynch Deceased Is survived by otis of lilt own children and three children bv "Fire" Kennedy. Farmers Will Burn Gas. Galveston, Tex A contract has been let for the construction of over 1,000 miles of pipe line to supply natural pas from the oil fields in Webb county to the farms and ranches In nine dlf ferent counties of West Texas. Bob Salmon, a well known painter of this city, fell on tho sidewalk In front of tho O! K. Barbor Shop yesterday morning with somothlng Uko an epileptic Mdzure, and it was thought for a few minutes that ho would not survive When ho fell his face struck the concrete walk and was severely bruised and out. Tuesday was tho longest day In tho year, and one of tho hottest At last tho famous McCutchcon Row, one of tho .oldest and most un sightly structures In the city, is bo- Ing torn down. A voto of thanks Is duo someone. Tho County farmer's Institutes in thoso flvo counties, Graven, Fulton. Hickman, , Carltelo and Ballard, will be held at tho county .seats this yenr sometime between August 1st and Dec 31. '" I V !$gj Buy Ice Coupon Booh AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL No ice will be charged. The drivers will cither 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 dc- livery. I Tho neighboring towns thht will colobnite tho Fourth are Fulton, Un Ion City, Mayflold and Columbus. Mrs. W. P. Shelby and children, of St, Louis, are visiting her pwonts, Mr. anil Mrs. E. Caso. Quality counts In Shingles get tbti best by buying direct from our mill. Yates & Kirk Shlnglo Co. Miss Ruth Ellznbeth Jones, of Mayflold, Is the guest of Mrs. Jlernlo Hughes. Born, Wednesday night, to tho wife of Judgo H. F. Remley, a flno Klrl. S Kj &j ft S jll 2 A fast-growin- 4fc If you want to buy a farm or town Tho Hickman Courier, one of the enterprising county papers, published property, call at the Courier office. at Hickman is now a Carnations, 75c a dozen, Roses $1.50 Tho Courier has mado wonderful pro a dozen. Frnnkyo Rold. gress In tho newspaper business Bemlo Hughes and wife wero May-fiel- d Union City Commercial. visitors Sunday. That disc cultivator Is dull Isn't Alex. Nalfeh Is In Nashville this It? R. L. Gray can make It bettor woek. than a bow one. semi-weekl- This rule will not apply to soda fountains, butch- er shops, fish docks and other large users of ice, as their accounts will be on file at our office. 0 5 f5 N Jvv Hickman Ice (INCORPORATED.) O". Coal Co. p g$ T. PITiTjOKT, 3VXvxxmcox. K kVBSmV5SSSg i Telephone 65 for Plumbing and X Tinwork-JOH- N cotton