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The Courier has a Spankin' Band Team, HERE means that your ha explrtd Itenew promptly if you wont the paper to com to you after thin month A BLUE MARK Advertising is the Team that Pulls the Commercial Ulngoti Grease the Axles of Your Uagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up -- HO, t VOLUME Rl- OLDKBT PAPER IN WE8TURN KllNTOOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY -- 12, 1910. WHOLE ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR N0.UU11 1H50 CONFERENCE OP A MODEL COUNTRY CHURCH- - Hickman Grocery Co. Do your trading here and save money . . . S216.0M ALL REPUBLICS MEETINQ OPENS BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA. tssVl P W"! m HOLD Twenty-Fiv- e Years' I IN MISSING LIST O1R0UIT ATTORNEY WILL INVESTIGATE CONBITWNS IN 8T. LOUI8 INSURANCE. Trial proves that it IN it' 4 sss J fl I "ia asBssUsmJ 'SsHv on your WILL LAST FOUR WEEKS RECEIVERS SHELLS SPREADS BEST WEARS BEST LOOKS BEST COSTS LEAST Groceries Meats, etc. Boyd Ross a Benedict. How, n woll known young of this city, took hi frleud liy man surprise wlitm ho was married In MountJ City. III.. Juno 30tb. to Mia Ulrdln n.ivU. performed by Tho ocriimoiiy wa Rev. Whitley, of tlui RpUonpal church at tho inlnlilHr'H liomt Thursday after noon. In th prwontw of only a fuw of tho frtuml of tliw eoiilntetlng pnr-IleBoyd United State Delegation Headed by Henry Whiter Argentine Capital Attractive Place for tho ".. exkCi..'"-?. aspwsax' joks: V LSBisrxi..eisir : - - . ' - . " . . - -..r . v..w-:- x. a, . .. Lowe Brothers HIGH STANDARD Haiq-ULidL . 1?m --; v. x - No Effort 8etJona. 9. The commercial rola-Uoiaud frlondihlp betwi-m- i tho republics of North and Bo nth Auiorlca are tho main purpose ut the fourth confjronoi which o opotml in thla city today aud will for four week. IH'lrjrate-- i are from all the Atnorlcan republic. Thu United Stall's la reproavnted by 1'rof. Shep-hvr- d of Columbian university, secretary of Uio dvIi'Kutton; Henry White, formerly ambuMudor to (Vanco, chairman ; John Hasiett Moor, professor of International law at Columbia tint vrmlty. Col. Enoch Crowder, assist. ant to tho Judge advocate innoral of the army, Lrwlt Mxon, tho shipbuilder, llcrnard Moies. profesaor of political science In the Unlvurslty at California, Iamar C. Qulutero of Ioulslana, I'aul 3 llelntch of the University of Wisconsin and David Kin-leof the University of Illinois. The United Htatea delegate In Dueno Aires a tew day ago on board tho army transport Sumner, which had been specially fitted out for the trip. After thu close of the oonferencu they wilt visit Chile, Pern, Ecuador and other L Uatoa before starting- - for homa. Outline c( the Program, "The"program eutllssd for the prea-econference I as follows: I. The organization of the oonfur of doner con-tinu- Huonoa Aire. July Property of Baptist Congregation at Brownsville Rev. W. L. King, of Martin, Pastor, republics covering patents, trado murks and copyrights. Formerly of Hickman, XI. Consideration of tho continuance of the treaties on pecuniary claims after tholr expiration. XII. Consideration of a plan to proMlsfl Nottie Alma Ucckmnn and mote the Interchange of professors Jos. W. Woltcrs wore married and students anions tho universities noon, June 29th, at tho homo and academies of the American repub-lieof the bride's jmronta, Mr. and Mra. XIII. Resolution In appreciation of ThH. C. Ucckmnn, at Capo Glrardenu, tho Scientific congress Mo Tho happy young couple left on held at Santiago Chile, In December, the aftornoon train for St. Louis. St. 190V Vaul and other northern points for n XIV. Resolution Instructing tho govtrip. Thoy will make tholr erning board of the International ilu- w'ddlnK reau of American Republics to con- home In Jnokbont Mo., whero tho sider nnd recommend tho manner In groom is lu the hardwnro buslnosu. which the American republics may Tlif bridt was formorly of thU city, fitly celebrate the opening of the rpaldliiK hare with hor parents, and Is a very charming youns lady. Panama canal. XV. Future conferences. Big Exposition Qolng On. Tlucnon Aires, the capital of the Argentine republic and the most beautiElmo Overton, of Nnshvlllo, visited ful city In South America, V doubly his brother, J. D. Housloy, ulnco our attractive this year owing t tfce fact last Uhiii. that the Argentines are celebrating the centenary of their birth as a reMtsa Molllo Ronnie, who has had public by holding aa international ex charge of tho milliner' department position, which opened last May, and nt Smith & AmbcrK'a during the past will continue until December. AllTtfe for her home leading countries are artistically aad season, left In Union City. commercially reprcssnted. Wcd-m-aday s. n to Obtain Licences 80 the Companies Can Do Business Will Be Made Promoter a Bankrupt. p'.nt St. Louis, July 9. Circuit Attoraer Jones will be asked ta take actios as a result of the discovery that of thousaads of dollars have vaalshed from the treasury of the Continental Assurance company and tie International Tire Assurance ooaa-Xbua-dred- s For Sale by CowgilPs Drug Store (Incorporated) y. -- y Mr. Ross M Mounda III. Tho groom t formerly of Union City, it sou of Mm. Naunle Ross, hut ha been a rwddent of Hlckinnu tho greater nrt of thu past threw years, and tuts tnado many Irienda In this slty .Atpr5qjit ho In Hinpinymi - tiT9M Mr nnd Mrs. Rob will probably make tholr tuttiro homo In thU city at-tho Courier Joins tholr friend fence. II. Commemoration Argenunending thMii a hearty weleointt. tina national centenary of the the In and of la pendence of tho American republics, aa suggested by the fact thai many of XI. 33 X these nations celebrate their national of tho condition of centenaries In 1910 and neighboring years. III. Hubmlsvlon and consideration of the roiiorts of each delegation as to tho ncilon of their respective gov upon (he resolutions aad UUIIIR huatneis at town of lllekman. Oounty erpnients llltoll. Matepf KelitpeKy. a wie rtmm copventlnua of the third conference Maiiifif, on it t'iii nay ui jMiir. 4ii By special arrangement with the held at lUo de Janeiro In July, 1109. IlKhOlUtUHri including a report upon the resulta Eublishers we are able to offer the Ioni and U I counts with accomplished by the our or mora endorsers a vicinity something real. surety committee aad the consideration of Illtw: ly extraordinary in the way of magtfl Ileal Dilate tiiort sage the eitonalon of their tunc) ions. 8fl I'Sllloall Oil Collateral,. IV. SubaiUston and consideration ef azine value. For the small sum of 60 UH IS flWefoani on collateral. the resort of the director of tho Inu cents we will send you .. It. 8. lunula Oil) W,l ternational Ilureau of American ReOther tcW, ItttiiU, etc. nj U,n publics, together with consideration of Duo from Natl Itonk... Jiue from state H'k and tho prnaent organization and of rec0w llauker ommendations for tho possible exton pue from Trust (Vj slon and Improvement of its effitl.H.aml National lunik 4.7cm IK One Year Nh.ir ,. T,U 01 JM18W ciency. Hpecle V. Resolution expressing apprecia(li row anil otuer cash Yard-Stic- k (trill tion to Mr. Andrew Carnegie of nla Kxubange for clearing1 generous gift for the construction of m 2 Home the new building of tho Amurlcau reOIO UverdrafUl secured.. .. Ml W publics In Washington. Hit UJ Overdrafts lunseeurmli.. And in addittion give you free any BIO VII. Reports on tho progress which Tates.. Uurrcnt ICipensc Paid Ml 41 haa boon made on tho McCall Pattern from our large stock U Ci railway slnco the Rio conference, aad House...... Heal Ksfele-llank- liiof celebrated McCall Patterns, for Other Heal K.atal. consideration of the possibility of cofurniture and Fixtures.. which we have the agency in this looperative notion amoug the American Other avl not Included under rupubltcs to socura the completion of cality. any of nWc lit'iuU tho system. IITtWI VII. Consideration of the conditions We urge our old as well as new UA1III.1T1HH under which the establishment of custormcrs to call at once and exmore rapid mall, passenger and ttwik Mid 111. Ill amine the Skirt Gage and a copy of layouu caih steamship service between the W.CUMM Burplui riind McCall's Magazine. American republics can be assured. IT ml I vlil ml nrtillla Hi W VIII. Consideration of measures OW WMt Xt rund to pay taionto Depotlta tubject cli'k which will lead to uniformity amont; (on which Interest I not tho Amerlcau republics In consular Hhiwim paid) to ch'k. documents and tho technical require Depltt nubject paid.... 0 (i (on which lut.la ments of customs regulations and also of Deinaud ctirtirirnloi in cemeus aud commercial statistics. depoalt ton which Inter. talUpalUI IX. Consideration of lha recom Tlmo certinratea of I Saninundations of the (on which Intercut itary congresae la regard to iftnttary Upald). "i . Bavlmra depoalt police and Quarantine and such conditon whli-l- i OKI Intwrvit la nald... tional recommendations aa may tend UOJ lilOIUUl tluftlrteit UbKki 0 0.) Due National llanka to the elimination of provontabio dis0 IJ l!uetntetiikaAtnk'a eases. Kd Carter, Jefferson City, Mo. OUR HANDSOME AND uui IlueTrutt Couipaiilei... X. Consideration of a practicable Mrs. L. H, Stowe, Kavoiideu Spgs., Caalilor'a Uheck outatnnJIiiK 0 ACCOMPLISHED FRIENDS. arrangement bettvevn the American Alk. Nnlua and It'll' rfla(NHiuted. 0 Ul 0 oi Following are tho names of ns Hllli jwyahle U. L .Collins, City. ,0 hi Tmoa iue nnd unpaid.... handsome und scholarly lot of people, Dr. S. K. Davidson, Memphis, Tonu Unpaid dividend as wo have ever scon anywhore. R. E. Swltzer, Troy, Tvnu. Other llnbllltlea not Included un0 u) der any of tba alKivu head I'aato this clipping In your hat and R. A. Fields. City. you will havo a ready roferonce list I1T0.N7I W C. L. Nuwtoti, Illmo, Mo. of tho best folks on earth. Of course Htute of Kentucky, I , Miss Linulo Threlkeld, Woodland, I Oouuty of Kulton. thoy take the Courier wouldn't do MIIU ,Temi. I I, J. A.Thnuipaon, Ciuhlcr of the above J Iwlthout It and have "got right" T. T. Crockett, Route 2. .HIDESandF-uRnamed llnuk, do aoloninlr wtnr that the above statement la trim to the leat of my Bin co our last report: L. Robling, Red Cloud, Neb. know led vuniid belief. Tiiomi-hon- , Onihlcr Correct Atteati J. A. BtajPtilat. T. A. llolcombo, Phoenix, Miss. W. U. Ballow, Route 1. HutKcrlbedaudsworutotwroreiuethlsNth fa wt(ts C. G. Schleuker, City. day of July. lll). Gto .C. Buck, City. I rite lr tm Ikii Krstt f ttaawfea metkiaU. My oommlialon expires Keb. 13, 101). W. T. Dublin, Tlptonvlllo, Tonu. W. Johnson, Cayco. T.llOMIIUHAXT, S. O. KcktcKt: ttr titi unBTint. ne iHtns L. w. Terrell. City. Notary Public SEAL W. II. Morrow, Dalhnrt, Texas, W0l Hlft rite W VU Hiffen. T, A. I.Mronn J. S. Griffeth, Union City, Tonu. Atwlll, Lexington, Ky. Leo LnfaTiBe,Kr. M.SABaSONS Dlreotors J.J.O. HOMnilBANT II. II. Lacy, City. Sain Connor, City. U.UUOUANAN l h daughter of Sol man of a well known bunlne Da-Yl. 'ctft'3'' 1 at It O Ladies ! DON'T MI$S THIS MAGAZINE BARGAIN! This statement was made positively by an official prominently conneoted proceedings with tho receivership against the companies, who does oot wish ala name used until his work is completed. "We havo evldono that probably 1216,000 has been taken," said this Informant. "Tho receivers are left hold, lag the egg shell of the companies. "Harry B. Gardner Is to appear la court Monday to show cause why ne should not refund $170,000 whteh be took for 'oinmUMons' and 'organlza- Uon expenses.' But ha may plead that he Is a bankrupt, and, In my opin ion, this mlgat be an effective bar to the recovery of tba money. Tracing the Cash. "The books of the oompaay show that m.9S8.93 was collected la easa 1 from the sale of stock, and that should remain In tao treasury. We bellove that the SUe.SlMl la goa, to, for we have aeea usable te flfiat It, with tke exception of waloh was discovered In fit. Louis ka&ks. Wvo get this money we deal keew." la order to acertal Just bow much afe was collected frost ta sale ! tock, Receiver Matt a. Reynold aad O. Lacy Crawford are ptaaalng to sead letters to all the atoekhelderf. aaklag thesa how asoh they paid and t whom. Until this correspondence 1 completed It will bo impossible, they say, to state accurately the total of tho money appropriated, but H la estimated at J 300,000. JIM,-560.8- Mrs. A. B, Pounds Dead. Mrs. A. B. Pounds, wife of "Andy" Pounds the restaurant man, died at her home In this city at ono o'clock; on tho morning of July 1. She was 27 years of age and la survived by a baby boy born a short time before, her demise; also her husband and parents, Chas. George anil wlfo, o near town. The youngster is being cared for by Mrs. J. illnsbaw, who has a baby two days older than tho motherless one. Funeral services were held at tho grave by Rev. Wilson, after which in the remains were laid Brownsville cemetery. The fact that tho couple haB been married but a 6hort time makes the death doubly sad, and the bereaved husband has the sympathy of his many friends. Deceased was born and reared near this city. to--rc- at 1.9., IACKIES American REACH FRANCE Miss Ora Beckncr, who has had cbargo of the millinery department at Baltzer & Dodds' tho past season, left last Saturday for St. Louis on tho Stacker Lee enroutu to her homo in Kola, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Naif eh and neico. Miss Lherno Threlkeld, visited Mrs. Nalfeh'a sister, Mrs. Kate Jackson, in Columbus, several days last week. Mrs. H. C. Barrett and ohlldren, of Dawson, Ga., are visiting her sister, Mrs. T. A. Ledford, and Hickman . on Sohoollns Battleship Cruise. Enter Frenoh Port Day OvardtM, Owing to Storms. McCALL'S MAGAZINE A Splendid " SKIRT GAGE n Marseilles, Jury 9. The United State hattleshlp Iowa, Indiana and Ifaaaachusett. now on & training tor 509 American Jaaklea, owls reached here from Plymouth. As tho ships entered the harbor the sailors kt tb Austrian cruiser Franx Josef gav a welcoming hurrah, whloh was answered with spirit by tho Americans. Bad weather delayed tho arrival of the se,aadron( whloh was a day orer-JuCaptain Clak. In command, accompanied by United States Consul Oaulln, called on the mayor, the pro-feand other city officials. et friends. Miss Bettlo DeBow has returned from a visit to Mrs. P. II. Weaks and other friends and relatives in Fulton. Mr. aud Mrs. E. R. Ellison and Miss Loto Cavilt and John Meacham. spout thu Fourth at Reolfoot Lake. Miss Lily Hacku.t has returned from a visit to her slstor, Mrs. Win-ni- g Jones, in St. Louis. Bulte'a Excellence flour Is positively guaranteed by us. Bettersworth & e. JUSTICE Isvetiteen-Ou- FULLER BURIED fnlll !)) ex-prt- n Salute la Fired Ovee Grave, Surrounded by Associate on Bench. Prather. n f JmHttttr slir7aiW3 "' :r "' WOOL , WE BUY Seventeen guns Miss Julia Martin has roturned boomed a aalate as tho body of Mel-rlll- o from a visit to Charleston relatives. Wton Fuller, chief Justice of tho supreme court of the United A new drink a different drink States, was lowered into a grave at "tr. Pepper" at Helm & Ellison's. Sraealaad oemeeary. Standing with tared heads by the opca grave war Born to tho wlfo of II. Whipple on associate Justices White, McICenna, Route 1, Sunday, July-3- , a girl. burton, Holmes and Day and Govern, ar Hughes of New York, recently Telephone 183 for your wants In named by President Taft to be a muu tho grocery line. Cose & Son. ber of the supreme court. Miss Annlo Leo Brown visited nt Quicksand Swallows Boy. Stato Lino last week. Burlington, VL, July 9. Far from bolp and with only a small companion to witness his agony, Qeorge Bergman, slowly waa swallowed up by quicksand on the banks of the Wlnooskl river. With Julius Woolf, a child ef his own age, bo had gone to the river to swim when the accident happened. The Woolf boy U T. JACKSON, Prop. ran as fast as he could for help, but the body of Bergman was not recovAll White Barbers ered until thrco hours later, when Joseph. Rotfora' vuccaa4 la digging t And Good Ones 9. Galea, July I O. 1 but "Kr mupatu. For several reasons theO. K. deserves your Born to tho vito of J. Hlnshnw, pntronaire they liavetbeonly Klectrlolla-nag- H In the city, the nlceit bath rooms, evJune 2Sth, a son. erything new and comfortable, and tollclt a 'share of your business. Dan Brlggs haa returned from Mem phis. Give Them a Trial aaaa "rvmr v i - " ..'rJl HtMMfclifMV.V .VT-- yrV ' mmti'ih7- - WW..' . -- '- ''-i- frff ftwj8PiP,virPWjflr'? --, - jgasr k j -- 'T r k k. - . -- if :feBfcSHa'3!.fc3&.. ..rfi.el THE HICKMAN COURIER "Cowfi Crops are looking fine. BOSTON HERALD TO WALL Ico Cream SPEER Weslttn Ktntackt & SEXTON. lAdhftv" PUBLISHERS J. City. S. Smith loft today for Union Wo servo REO Harris Farmer Leading Dally of Country In Hands of Receiver Owes $2,200,000. (F Sprinkling- Rates - Sabtcrlptlon St a JTai Tills pnper stops ou But when your subscription expires. The Courier Just as you do pottage tnmp Cash In Advance, we wake NO exception Subscription Rates, $1.00 Parlers. Boston, July 9. Tho Boston Herald Mrs. Alloo Ainberg has been on tho company, publishers of tho morning, sick list. afternoon sad ehinday editions of the newspaper of that name, has bea peSam Moss, of Union City, was hero titioned In bankruptcy. this week. The hearing was on the petition of compasy. and W. L. Hoku has been on the sick the International Paper at Its conclusion Judge Colt of the list thin week. United States circuit court appointed Arthur Shaw was hqro from State Joan Norrls, an official of the Amer lean Newspaper Publishers' associaLine on business Monday. tion, aud Charles F. Weed, an attor Herbert Pickett, of Cairo, Is visit nry of Boston, as receUors The total debts of the company are stated lug relatives here this week. to be about S?,:00 000. Including a Miss Mary KImbro Is spending sov bond Issue or (1.700,000. The Boston Herald was established erul weeks with relatives near Crutch In 1848 by C E. Bailey a an etrnlng fieU. paper, aud for many years was conDid you know we could make that sidered one of the leading uewspa old suit look llko new. Schmidt tho pors of the country. Tailor. Plnchot to Speak In Kansas City. Kansas City. Mo., July 9 - It Is an A dainty dessert Just after a quarClifford Ptucliot ex chief rel li Jacobs Candy all size boxes. nouueed that forrestcr of the government, will de Harris. liver an address before the Knife and Miss Mattio Carr, of Scarborough, Fork club of this city on tho night ot Miss., Is tho guest of Miss Dottle July 10. Davidson. Chile Wants Another Battleship. Valparaiso. Chile. July 9 The Fnris Nalfoh loft last week to spoil Chilian government lu September will several days iu Hot Springs anil Ok- ask for bids In the I'nltrd Suites and lahoma City. and Europe for the construction of a battleship of :2,0v0 tous. That disc cultivator Is duH lsnt It? R. L. Gray can make it bettor than a new one. KEEP THE KIDNEYS ELL. Mrs. S. M. Nnkh nud Miss Ed mi Is Worth Saving, and Some Carpenter spent several days last Health Hickman People Know Hew week at Ciayton. To Save IU J. 11. Gruhatu nnd Will Ronton have Mauy Hickman pcoplo take their returned from Dawson Springs where lives In their hands by neglecting the they spent a week. kidneys when they kuow these organ For a strictly high grade patont need help. Sick kldnoys aro respousl flour trr White Swan, Red Rose or ble for a vast amount ot tufforing Carnation Travis. aid HI health, but thoro la no need McKee Johnson has returned from to suffer nor to remalu In dauger a visit to relatives aud frlul in when all diseases and aches and pains due to weak kidneys can bo quickly and near Nashville. and permanently cured by the use of Lonnie Ilennett, of Memphis, was Doan'a Kidney Pills. Here is a HUk-irhere several days last week the gttost citizen's recommendation. of Miss Ruth KImbro. A. J. Hunzlker, East Hickman, Ivy . says: "I cauuot say too much In faMiss Clara Robinson, of Charlesvor of Doan'a Kidney Pills, as they ton, Mo., visited Misses Pearl nnd had a beneficial effect upon my kidJulia Martin last week. neys. I suffered for some yean from Miss Marianna Cox, of Fulton, is attacks of kidney trouble and at time bore the guest of Missus lletthj there was a dull ache across tho small and Mabel Wilson. of my back which made me miserable A short time ago I procured Doan'a Rob Dougherty, of Cairo, is spond- Kidney Pills at Helm & till I sou's dm lng his vacation at home with his store and through their use found enmother, Mrs. I), l'arham. tire rellof." QuaMty counts in Shingles got the For sale by all dealers. Prlco COc best by buying direct from our mill. Fostcr-MllburCo.. Buffalo. N. Y sole agenta for the United States. Yates & Kirk Shlnglo Co. Remember the name Doan'a at d Beware of substitutes see that our take no other. trado-maris on your plumbing und tinning jobs. John Cotton. -v Do-Don k FOR 1010 per year "Fire" - i Kennedy. HB3?on.T of the condition The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May 1st and ending November 1st, Too much rain. of- 1910, in residence section, is . Try It like It REO. CS. The Hickman Bank Cotton, tho plumber. Fhono 50 foot front and under . . $6 $0 J doing business at town of Hickman, County Frank Smith was in Mayfleld of Fulton, State of Kentucky, at the cloe of business on the aith day of June, ltflUi week. last 8c for each additional foot. ir . C tailor Loans and discounts with one or wore endorsers as George Hadloy was In Fulton two surety .. SMM8 t oocv Heal estate mortgages . . . days last week. SIS On fall loans on collateral.. Time loans on collateral. SUS-Miss Klla Coram has returned from 0 00 U.S. Bonds MHO) 111, Ml 41 a visit to Woodland Mills. Other stock?, lands, etc Dae from Nftfl Hanks... S4.4M IS Miss Alice Walker, of Jxiuisville, Is Due from State lt'ks and 110 0 Hankers tho guest of MIks Noll Rogers. Due from Tmst Do's 0 00 Jl.TiW TS U. 8. and National lUnk Miss Loulso Jones, of Hopklnsvillo, Notes H.ittm Specie 11,431 CM lv.cvius is tho guest of Miss Mabel Wilson. emu Checks and other 1.01 ;v Items FOR SALE OR RENT: Residence Kxcbange for (HearingSSI) SO House UH9 on Trov Avenue. H. T. Beale. 2tf Overdrafts (secured) WW Overdrafts (uusecured).. 1,1! te S.ftUTV Mrs. M. Ambcrg Is the guest of hur Taxes OUI daughter, Mrs. Guy Robblns, In May-fiel0 0U Current Kxpenses Paid Real Estate Hanking House 1.&UK) Other Heal Kstate StO SHINGLES Cypress shingles at Si Furniture and Fixtures.. Other assets not Included under per thousand at mill. Yates & Kirk any of above heads Oil) Shingle Co. , nKsointoKs Do not be misled; remember tlu Schmidt, Business house rate, each door This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. HICKMAN ICE & COAL' CO. Incorporated : d. WHEAT WANTED We arc in the market for nil kinds of Grain, Hay nnd, pecially Wheat. es- IlKUM W It I if Bills payable Taxes due and unpaid.... Unpaid dividends Other liabilities not Included der any of the above heads It. X. Helm and wife, of Leland, Miss., aro visiting Mrs. Joseephlne Capital stock paid In, In cash IM.UUUJ &u,uJ(0 Holm and family. Surplus Fund is,(u)oo Mm. A. G. Ktmbro nnd family aro Undivided profits 5.041 Ml Fund to pay taxes . . .. OUI S0.041 W spondlng a few days with relatives Deposits subject to cli'k (on w hlcb Interest Is not near Crutchflold. paid) IS.TUl Deposits sublect to eh'lc S. L. Dodds received his new Jack(on which Int. Is paid.... UJ son auto last Thursday. Mr. Dodds Dcuiaud certlllcatcs of deposit (on which Inter now has two fine cars. OOJ est Is paid) Time certificates of deC P. Shumate left today for West posit (on which interest is'pald) eoo Kentucky points in tho Interest of Savings deposits (on his insurance business. which Interest Is paid... 0 II) o iu 1:2.7a.' us Certified Checks... Due National Hanks. ... 0(1) Mlas Estolle Harpor has returned OHO Due state bank A bank's home after visiting her cousin. Miss0(1) Due Trust Companies . es Ruby and Vera Thomas, at Oak-toCashier's Checks outstanding 0 (u Notes and bills redlscounted 0 U LIAltlMTIKS oW BCD 3E3.Lgrs DAHNKE-WALKE- R OT. 2F"ux-:n.isjfci.- ci on reasonable terms. Orders for Flour, Meal, Bran nnd all kinds of Feed Stuff filled on short notice. MILLING CO. . OXUGJ33X, SL-K- t. Iltritie Phone s-- uiHlrlnnl las Hickman, Kentucky Hickman Furniture Co. INCOHI'OUATKO- - Oul o (U un- 0 U) I1W.HW W Miss Mattio Travis and Mrs. Ella Henderson spent several days last week in Union City the guesta of friends. Anything you want that wo haven't got in Furniture we win" be glad to order It for you. Hlskman Furniture Company. STEARKS & FOSTER MATTRESS It3 absolute com- - 1 MDMHs)HMM 1 Special Sole State of Kentucky, I ,ct County of Fulton. I, W.O. Heed, Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the abote statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. "Oorrect-Atte- st: W.O. Herd, Catliler W. II. IUi.tzkh ) j. v. uowoixt, i Directors. 13ALTZK fort and whole rest- - mmmmmmmmmmmm for 30 Day . V" Dr. J. M. Hubbard and wife havo gono on a trip to Colorado, Utah, U. F. J Subscribed and sworn to before me this Yellowstone National Park and many th day of July, lvlu. other pointfl. My commission expires Jan. 17. 1914. H.O. Hklx, If wo don't sell your real estate, Notary IMMIc. It doesn't cost you a cent If we do, only costs you 2 per cent The The crusado against tho exhibition it Courier Realty Co. of the Jeffries-Johnso- n fight pictures has extended to South Africa. Not Mtes Luclle Motheny, of Cairo, is only has nearly every largo city in visiting her grandparents, Mr. and the United States put a ban on the Mrs. R. M. Methcay, and Mm. D. films showing the fight, but govern- Parham and family. ors of many states have spoken in Miss Kate Hackctt, who returned strong terms against the Invasion of recently from Rome, Ga., has accept their respectlvo territories with Mio reproduction of the big battle at He-n- ed n position in tho Hickman Wagon Nev., on July 4. They will not Co8 offlco as stenographer. be allowed in Kentucky. The Hickman Fur. Co. will sur Tho Hickman Furniture Co. han- prise you in the matter of low prices dles the best line of Furniture in and good goods. Don't take our word West Kentucky. Let us show you. but come and see for yourself. ..,.., giving construction, I We wish to close out some make the Stearns & I Foster best of all for I ODD PIECES I inducing dreamless, f healthful sleep. and will make you a price on I We tell them. them that i Save from 1 to S2 per thousand on your shingles by buying direct from our mill. Yates k Kirk Bulnglo Co. Anita Dodds and Thlma Baltzer wore In Union City a last week, tho guests of friends. -- I I PRICES VERY Will Surprise You DAILY DIET HINTS Br Oft. Fued SjcUlitt T.J.AUW Misses few-day- s DIET TO OVERCOME EXCES SIVE ACIDITY OP STOMACH. Miss Rubye HaUer. of St Louis, who ha been visiting relatives In Martin, has returned hero aud Is the guest of Mrs. Henry Travis. and Frank Durns, of McKonzie, Tenn.. Mr. Nelll. of Nashville, The second-clas- s battleship or Ironclad monitor Amphrltrite will leave Now Orleans about July 14 for St, Louis. Tbls is the vessel loaned by tho government to tho St. Louis na val reserves. iswAyAmm&yjm JUDGE WISE. Business Philosopher. "I once knew a perfectly satisfied man," says the Judge, "but i don't remember where. To get your full hare of satisfaction I will direct you to the Hickman Drug Co., where sat isfaction Is guaranteed or yeur money back. Their drug service la unexcelled, because they carry a large stock of the freshest and best that the markets afford In the way of drugs. "Accuracy and promptness" la the motto of their prescription department. You will be delighted with their drug service. Give them trial both phones, No. 9." iff" ;h y H. N. Couglll and wife, W. A. nnd Cox. Johnston and wife, C. C. Smith and Mrs. Kent Ralnoy and chlldron are wife, and II. C. Helm and little son, Cowglll, spent tho Fourth at Reelfoot visiting relatives In Humboldt, Tenn. J. L. Amberg and family havo reLake. turned from a three weeks' visit In S. L. Dodds and family and Miss St. L'ouls and on tho Coatft. Mayme Nnylor and Oce Harris went to Fulton on the Fourth In their J. S. Maddox, of the lower bottom, but on account of the storm had bretight to this office Monday tho to remain until Tuesday. first cotton blossom we havo seen this yoar. Tho plant was well fla"ed C. L. Walker and family, Mrs. Will squaros and healthy looking and Harry and children, Misses Clols Led- - with would indlcato a good crop though ford, Cecil Barnes, Lyte Rold, Kachaol a little late. KImbro and Frankye Reld were In Columbus on tho Fourth. Researches as to Cancer. On July 1st the statutory size of A big Ilrltlsh doctor finds that the (Copyright. U, br Josrplt H Uowlrs ) paclsnges of smoking tobacco was parts of the body la which cancer changed. A quarter of mi ounce be- starts, sbih as tho lower lip, 'liver, WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILL8. comes tho unit In weight. The do- - etc., are highly electric and radio active. A piece of tho lowor Up, If creaso In tho size of tho packago will laid Havo you neglected your kidneys? on a photo film, not reduco the prlco, so tho smokor same as does radium, darkens it the Have you overworked your norvous but If a piece will pay more dearly for his tobacco. of the lung cancer seldom comes In system aud caused trouble with ' our me lung is put on photo film kidneys and bladder! Have you pain Cayco fans defeated tho local ball nothing happens. 8o the tho doctor ar- in loins, side, back, groins and bladteam in this city last Thursday even- gues that highly electric flesh Is the der! Have you a flabby appcaranco ing In a very Interesting game. 8. main secret of cancer. Woman's flesh of the face, especially under tho oyes L. Dodds, umpire, called the gamo is more electric than man's; cancer Is Too frequent a doalre to pass urlno? at 4 o'clock and three Innings were commoner In women.- - New York K so, Williams' KIdnoy Pills will cure finished before either side scored. Prerfs. you Hlckmar Drug Co., Price COc After this, Hickman made ono run and Hie vlslteors five. Chinese Written Characters. Don't 'o bothered with a misfit In their wrltlns, the Chinese make whon you can get a fIL Schmidt, tho Mrs. 8. D. Lutcn and daughters, Tailor. uso of at leant 211 groups of slgus, Mr. and Mrs. Luther NIohols and baeach group containing from five to 1.3SI separate characters by, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmidt, Robt. Mystified Mabel. DeBow, Miss Kate Hackett and Mack Mothor (at lunch) "Yes. darling Heartless Landlord. Held, Mrs. John Cotton and children, these little sanllncH are "I used to walk the floor worrying W A. Dodds nnd family, Mrs.. Jessie eaten by the larger fish " sometimes Mabel inRcil about how I was going to pay my Dillon, W. II. Baltzer and wlfo, L. five) "Hut, mamma, linw do thuy net landlord." Bald Mr. Ttifluck. "I hope A. Stone nnd wife, Mrs. F. L. the canB open?" Kxrliance. you have quit alt that?" replied the and quite a number of other optimist. "I 'had to The landlord Hickman people were In Union City Your parties aro not complete un said that If I didn't stop wearing out on the Fourth. the floor he'd raise the rtmt." Imi REO la serve I Cowfllll'a. d non-irrltau-to- s, here Sunday, tho guests of Miss Ma bel Wilson and visitors, Misses Jones were s The condition Is common In which hydrochloric ac'd, one of the active principles of tno gastric fluid, Is secreted eceilve-ly- , from the wlls of the ktom-ach- , caus'-iIrritation, seldlty, flatulence ind ether symptoms. Certain te peraments are liable to this Malady and excessive exercise with Irregula- - sating may cause It. Pavalov. the dls tlngulshed Russian chemist, by experiments en dogs that the sectetlons of the etom ach are exactly adapted to the particular food under normal conditions. This suggests rice for this dlseaso, a Ing diet, requiring littlo gastric Juice and remaining only srort time In the stomach Ctibage or lettue should be tsken In the morning, rice twice dally and a pint or more of fresh buttermilk two hours before retir ing, with a bran biscuit and a tablespoonful of olive oil. Use charcoal tablets freely. g We niso wish to sny thnt our regular line was never better than it is now, nnd prices nre lower. We nre the lenders in good Goods NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE ? lasasssM I I desire to inform my friends that I am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly to the Hickman Ice & Coal Co., and am now prepared to give you the best of service in this line. be-long- Notice 4'jK) A TON ed am now selling genuine Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 Your orders appreciated, whether large or small. A. A. PILE8I PILESI Williams' Indian Pllo Ointment, will cure Illlnd, Bleeding and Itching Piles It absorbs the tumors, allays Itching at onco, acta as a poultice, kIvob Instant rollef. Williams' Pile Ointment Is prepare for Piles and Itching of tho private parts. Sold by Hickman Drug Co, COc and SI. Williams' lite,, Co., Props., Cleveland, Ohio, FARIS "CoatloBs" men nro welcomed nt some churches, nnd If they wero at nil, the attendance would doubtless bo greater during tho hot senson. Is the experiment worth trying lit Hickman? It Is being tried else-wher- e. Me-the- All work satisfactory or money re turned. BcbmldU J - HMMMUaMCMAU t"l"friM"t Mil II I i I II IMiM ,. ROOSEVELT CALDWELL BLACKSMITHS, Woodworking and Horseshoeing A Specialty Let us grind your plow points and make them good as new. LEADERS IN BESEIEEO BY OF Courier Want Column UATE-One FACTIONAL FIQHT8 TAKE TROUBLE8 TO HIM. Colonel' Ears Open and Mouth Shut aa He Prepares for Western Tour. Oyster Uay, N. Y., July 9. While most of the visitors to Sagamore Hill, hIiico Colonel Roosevelt his residence tlieru, have been Republicans with Insurgent leanings, It U lntluittted there thin has not been be cause of a program. Rather tlm Insurgents have been mure anxious to placo thulr side ot matters before tho former president than have tho regulars, and many of the latter are oxpected to call there before Itoosovelt sate out on his first speech making tour next month, With tho Roosevelt intention to gel all the light pontdblo ou political conditions before midline u public speech it Is rinded us certain here the visiting list at Ssamore 11111 Mill from now on. And until the Urst speech Is made both bruncla of the Republican party will doubt less continue to ussert the colouii really favors their cause WUllo he has not declared his pup pose, so far as the west und Its problems are concerned, Hooauelt Is ul ready Hued up with Governor Hughus to get teati-o- l of the statu organization of his home commonwealth. Plans to Indorse Hughes. He plans the naming of a candidate tor governor who will be his own personal choice, and a platform that will, for the first time In four years, emphatically Indorse Charles U Uughes and the Hughes policies. This fact has bea communicated to tke leaders and tkey are already lining up. Roosevelt has tho support of tho New Yerk and Erie county organizations and ot his own home county, but most of tho remainder of the stato Is antl Hoosovult, and It Is expected that, following a conference with Governor Hughes early next week, Roosuvolt will take the offensive and Issue a statement outlining en which the fight for delIke lssu egates to the sext state convention will be fought out at the September primaries. Because he had loarsed this- was so, William Harnus, Jr., the Albany boss move aad leader of the ment, refused to g to the Outlook office to confer with Itoosovelt just befuru he sailed for Europe. Bo far aa tbo Ohio situation Is concerned, Itoosovelt has had a chat with President Tail and a lengthy conference with James K. Garfield, who Is considered radically antl-Tatand who Is now being again strongly mentioned for tho gubernatorial nomination In Ohio this fall. Will Aid Usverldfr. In Indiana he will speak for Just what eftect this will have on the fall campaign there is uncertain. Some politicises here argue that former and kls friends are anyhow, and that the colonel's Indorsement will be a stimulant to keep up the fight on Uevsrldgo. FulUtte told his trew-bio- s Senator I in Wisconsin to Roosevelt and, as while he expressed himself "pleased" with his visit, no light was shed oa It from Saeumore Hill. A similar situation resulttd from tho visit ot Keareteatative J'olndcx-ter- , the foe of Secretary Ualllngsr, when be called to discuss Washington politics. The colonel deuled emphatically he had authorized the statement be had Indorsed Poinds-ter'- s senatorial candidacy. The triumvirate of Kansas Insurgents who called on the colonel last weok Brletow, Madison and Murdock went away highly pleasod and announced they had the Roosevelt support, but It was later snide clear this oferrcd particularly to their work in congress in behalf of the Roosovelt policies. t, Dot-ridge. Vice-PresideFair-bankH New Business House. A now business house will bo ril up In tho Hurry building tomorrow, l from uccortlliiK to advice tho (Inn which cloned n rental con-trnfor the building HiIh week. la Known as Mcrui- The inuKU tiros. & uinrK, wun UMKiquuri-o- r nt Kenton, Tumi., and bus u capital stork ot $10,000. This business Is conducting fliirtlon snl of nBlviig goods bankrupt slocks of nil kind, damaged In railroad wrwkn, good ate. Tlicy are shipping stock of Roods which will renrh lllrkntnti today mid expi-c- l to be ready for business by thu latter part of tho week. ri't-Hi- v WATCH THIS PAGE NEXT FRIDAY Fuqua, Helm & Co. Frank Attempts Suicide. siwrial from Chattanoogn, of July has tho following to soy ot Frank IVrrlnger, well known In this city. and especially to Uncle Joo tho Jailor- Prank Porringer, who was onplnln of Die Reeelfoot I.ake night riders. and who turned State's evidence at the trial In Union City, attempted to commit suicide last night by taking a iuauUty of laudanum. Kerrlnger had been In Chattanoo ga for several weeks, but his pres ence hero wns unknown until n fow days aza, when his wifo applied for a dlvoroe. Today ho want to his wifu and attempted to effect a reconciliation. She refused to hear lilm. Porringer wont to the street, swallowed the laudanum anil mt down on Hih curbstone to die. Ills condition wns discolored In time to save his lire. Sine tho trials resulting from the murder of Capt. Quentin Ilnnkln at In 1908, Perrlugor has Reolfoot been constantly on the move, fearing violence at the hands ot membors ot tho night riders' band. A 1, H"l"l"l' ! Cent per Word per Week Onih lu Advance. I M-i I Vl M..H n(Jti M t LOST: J7.C0 Meerschaum Pipe in case. Return to this office np WANTED: Horses to pasture Apply to Leo Page, near Drownsvllle. Good pasture. ger touring car. good serviceable-caat a bnrgln. Sea Dr. J. M. Hub bard, 2 FOR SALE: A Victor Automobile. 20 h. p., two cylinder, four passen WANTED: Whlto Oak Logs, write us for prices. Will also buy standing timber and white and red oak lumber. Louisville, Planing Mill & Hardwood Flooring Co., Louisville, Ky. 6 im FOR SALE: Hickman, on two public roads, switch and scales on corner. Liberal terma very little cash wanted. Mrs. C. V. McDanlel, State Lino, Ky. Itfc ty's best farms, five miles east of Ono of Fulton coun- Practical Fashions LADIES' SEMIPRINCE83 DRESS. We understand Jno. A. McCluro has purchased the G. II. Ilrasflold general merchandlso store at Stato Lino, and Is now a full fledged merchant, tak ing possession on July 1. Our Inform ant, S. J. Self, says Mr. Mc. Is buy-lua lot of now goods and expects to have the host stock to be found ouuido tho larger towns. Tho new proprietor Is a hustler and will certainly make a go ot his now vonture. g Lynched Two Negroes, Our neighbors across the river Mississippi county, Mo., lynched two negroes July 3, for killing a whlto man. , The story is that Wm. Fox, a farmer living four miles south of Charleston, was driving home In a wagon that night when ho overtook two negro men, afoot, v. ho asked to ride in tho wagon. As soon as thoy got in the wagon the men attacked Mr. Fox and demanded bis money, whereupon Fox resisted, knocked ono of them out of tho wagon, and while fighting tho other, tho negro on the ground fired a shot Into the whlto man. Tho nogroes thon left, and Fox, weakened by the loss of blood, drove his team to a neighbor's houso and told what had happened. The news wus telephoned to Charleston, and tho Sheriff's posso, with bloodhounds, woro soon on the scene nnd got a description of the negroes from two boys who mot tho ruffians Just before tho tragedy, and tho scoundrels wero soon apprehended, taken boforo Fox and Identified as his assailants. Tho negroes were taken to town and placed In Jail. Mr. Fox died that night nnd when tho news was phoned to town Sunday morning, the fooling against tho murdereds became Intense. The shoes worn by tho negroes wore taken from their feet and found to correspond exactly with the tracks at tho sceno of the murder. A great angry crowd assembled at tho Jail In the afternoon, niuong whom wero a lot of women and chil dren. Sheriff Cupp and his deputies begged and threatened Uio mob. J. Moore Haw, prosecuting attorney, did everything In his power to protect tho culprits from the angry people's vengeance. Tho sheriff could not tiro Into the crowd on account ot tho presencoo of women nnd children. The crowd wns led by detcmrlncd men and they procured a railroad tie, which thoy used as a bnttorlng ram, smashed tho outside and inside doors of the jail, dragged tho negroes out with ropes around thulr necks, hung them and riddled their bodies with bullets. A regular morning oporatlon of tho bowels nuts you in fine shape for tho day's work. If you mUs It you feel uncomfortable and cannot put vim into jour movements. For all bowel Irregularities HERDINE Is tho remedy. It purities, strengthens and regulates. Price 50c. Sold by Hickman Drug Co Among others, the following peopla were In Columbus tho Fourth, mak ing tho trip on tho Str. Dick Fowler: A. E. DeBow, A. E. Owen, J. T. Stephens and wife. Miss Rubra Flom- ing. Miss Homer Green, Mrs. Clifford Adams, Miss Julia Jackson, Miss Mob. Ho Bourne, Swayne Walker, Miss Marino Brown and A. K. Mltrlitd), Miss Ruth Klmbro nnd Mr. Berry, of Memphis, Harry Millet, Dr. L. P. Baltzer, C. H. Moore, wife and children, Gus Mooro and wifo, Mrs. R. B. Brevard, Miss Mario Brevard, Mrs. T. A. Led-forMrs. Percy Jones and son, Floyd Naylor and Than Rogers. d, THE ALLEN PORTABLE BATH APPARATUS. There was a tlmo when proper bath. altogether upon bath rooms and theso were not abIng facilities depended The picnic given on tho Fourth at the Hubbard farm was largely attended by both married nnd single folks, and the day In tho country away from business nnd household cares was y enjoyed. Dancing on tho long porch, cards on the lawn nnd croquet wero enjoyed all day. An elegant din tier and supper wore enjoyed. grt-atl- il ill A communication addrossed to tho Courier asksOns to anuounco that thu pastors of the city are discussing tho question ot Sunday closing. Tho author has signed the names of flvo Of the leading pastors to tho note. solutely proper according to hygienic laws unless equipped With, appliances for administering massage, shower and friction baths. It Is also trua that bath rooms could not be lnstalle without running water without great expense. While theso conditions still exist and always will last In reference to bath rooms, the Allen Portable Bath Apparatus Is proving a Godsend to thousands of people In all parts of tho world. This popular household necessity la sold by the local agent L. A. Brock. DYING WORDS OF SOME GREAT RULERS. Copt. Ryan tabs on tho sick list all last week, and tho Str. Mongol Box Co. lnld hare sovural days on this Tho little son of Frank Von Dor-rio- s and wifo has been ou tho sick list. Tarts rattern No. SIRS. All 8eam Allowed. There are many very attrao tlva features to recommend this to ladles who are already begin nliiK to plan their summer wardrobes Among these may be mentioned the pretty little chemisette, which may be made with or without th standing collar, the handkerchief ravers, the fichu fronts and the very odd and picturesque sleove. As shown In the large view the dross Is made of blue aad white foulard, with white hand embroidered - linen lawn tor the chemisette, hnndkerchlef refers and standing collar. The closing of the t dress is mado at the teft seam, and the attached aktrt has an Inrerted box plait nt the back. The pattern is cut In 7 sties SI to 44 Inches bust measure. For 31 bust the dress requires 6!i yards ot material 30 inches nldo. with H yard ot linen 36 Inches wide for collar and chemisette. Width at lower edge about 3U yards. de-altside-fronnine-gore- O Mrs. J. M. Rold has been on tho Hickman Purnlturo Co., headquartsick list. ers for undertakers goods. To the Public PHONE 73 When in need of TIN and PLUMB ING WORK King Hdward VII Well, It is all over, but I think I have done my duty. Charles I. of England Remember. Charles II. of England Don't let poor Nelly starve. Oliver Cromwell My desire i3 to raako what haste I may to bo gone. Jullnn, Roman Emperor O, Gall-leathou hast conquered! Louis XIII. of France There coma to me thoughts that torment me. Louis XIV. of France I thought dying had been hnrder. Louis XVIII. of Franco A kins should dlo standing. Napoleon I. ot Franca Head of tho army. Napoleon III. of Franco Were you at Sedan T George Washington It Is well I am about to dlo, and I look upon It with perfect resignation. n, HO. MAUX TOWN 3189. SIZE BTRKkTT AND NO RATH Shivered His Timbers. The Morris Chair You look kind of shaky today, old boy, after that seance last evening. The splrita must hare Tapped you pretty hard? The Center Table (weakly) Oh, rm used to the hard raps, but the erual critter mnda me do an aeroplane stunt and I made a bad landing. Bundojr Magazine of the Cleveland Leader. Mrs. Jns. Woarn, of Ghnrlcnton, 8. Ih visiting Mrs. Mao Adams. Mossrs Dodeon nnd Nonl, tho conM. & G. It, R., finished tho work ot grading last Mondny and loft for some point In Arkansas yostorday. Tho road is now ready for tho laying of tho rails to tho Kontucky lino. Lako County News. tractors on tho a feeling, loss of A bilious, half-sicand constipated bowels can be relieved with surprising promptnes by using HERBINE. The first dose brings Improvement, a few doses puts thi system in tine, vigorous condition Price SOc. Sold by Hickman Drug cr k for quick service. teed and strictly All work guaran- first-clas-s. Toothing babies always have a hard time of It when this process occurs in hot woathor. They not only havo to contend with painful gums but tho Btomnch is disordered, bowels looso nnd tho body uncomfortable. The best you can glvo tho littlo sufferer Is McOEFK BABY ELIXIR. It corrects sour stomach, cools and qulots tho bowoin and helps digestion. Prlc 25c and SOc per bottlo. Sold by Hick liuin Drug Co. Let Us Figure With You And We'll Do Your Work Tho fight between James Jeffries and Jack Johnson, tne negro, for tho world's championship took placo July 4, at Reno, Nevada. Fifteen rounds were fought and Johnson hnd the bes of It from tho beginning, finally winning tho fight. Jcffrlos, though defeated will recolvo 1115,400 or $1,916 for each mlnuto fought. Johnson wilt got $120,000 or $2,010 por minute "Nevor touched us" all this hard Mrs. 11. C. Whlto la visiting hor tlmo bunlness that Is bolng talked ot sister, Mrs. C. S. Pntturson, nonr In olhnr communities. Tho statetown. ments ot our local banks this weok show that wo havo nearly $260,000 on Honry McMullln. tho popular car- doposlt bosldos our "looso change. " rier on Route 1, spout Iho Fourth in Muniphis, MIrb Sherron, Slstor of Charity, In Mrs. II. McMullln nnd children who Memphis, nnd cousin, havo roturned have boon visiting Momphls friends to Memphis, after n visit to hor moth for sovernl dnys, are expected homo or, Mrs. Sherron, nnd sister, Miss Annie Sherron. tomorrow. C, Hickman Plumbing & Tinning Co. Phone It Is rumored that the liquor Inter If you havo tho Itch, don't scratch, ests of the stale urw gelling In "dry" makes tho skin bleed. Apply towns trying to work up a sontiment SNOW LINIMENT. Rub It In favor of tho licensed saloon and Uently on the affected parts. It few apItching Instantly and that thoy havo ngents In lllckmnn at plications removes the cause athus per this tlmo. As to the correctness of forming a permanent cure. Price 26c this report, wo are unablo to say. 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Tho matter will bo Investigated, and you will hear more on the subject later. C. C. Chenault, who shot nnd killed BAL-LAKD- 'S how-ove- r, 73 E. W. Adams, Sec. and Treas. J. Q. Adams, Manager Children that are affected by worm am pale und sickly and llablo to contract som5 fatal disease. WHITE'S ClthlAM VERMIFUGE expels worms promptly and puts the child oh tho roHd to health. Price 25c per boltlo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Cleaning and Pressing SchnildL a negro at Fulton a few days ago. was given a preliminary hearing before Judgo Naylor last week, and bound ovor to aw? It tho action ot tho grand Jury. Chenault claims Fresh groceries 'and vegetables of all kinds at the Hickman Grocery Co. Z&2 - - '- -- " nr !V , jutwm ( J. I 1 It BEAT THE OLD MAN Business Directory Buy Ice Coupon Books 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 vou. for thcv will be charged with each book, and will have to account for the ice they take out for de-livery. I LOVER'S FORCEFUL APPEAL ANSWERABLE. Ho Didn't Want Mr. UN- itffej .t..t.l. TTt t'I"!1 'f ..- ! On the Streets Heard PLANTER SHOT WHILE ASLEEP WEALTHY ARKANSAN RECEIVES FATAL WOUNDS A3 WIFE ENTERS HIS ROOM. -- ASK FOR RATES- - l..tl Jill,TntMt llllllllt llllllll Hi 1'TT T'l TT "I "I f I I WOODLAWN DAIRY. A. H. LeeL Prop. Ootrock, DaUflh. 202 guaranteed Fancy Patent. Try a sack. Case & Sob. Phone 183. ter, She Wanted Him, and That You Mutt Admit Wat a Host of Milk and Iluttor dollvured. Home Phono No. 27. McMURRY A. Different Thing. If you want to buy a farm or town property, call at the Courier office. Mr. Percy Jones nnd Hon, AlWui, As tho young man entered, the old nro visiting her slator, Mrs. Jno. 11 man looked up and scowled. Ford, nt Cairo. Well?" said tho old man, shortly. ASSASSIN SS "Your daughter " began tho young man, but Uio old mau cut him off abruptly. "I'vo noticed that you'vo been hanging around hero a good 'deal," he said. "I suppose that jou'vo come to tell ma that you lovo her and want to niarry her?" '"No." replied the young man, calmly. "I've couio to tell you that ttho lovos me and wants to marry mo." "What?" roared the old mau. "She says so herself," perflated tho youug man. "I never heard of auch an exhibition of egotistical Impertlnouce," Hald tho old man. "Thon you mlsunderstnnd me," explained tho young man. "My assertion la dictated by policy and not by Impertinence. You see. It's Just this way. What I want Is nothing to you; sow, la ltT" Attorneys si Law FLAT AT A WINDOW Office ovor Hlcktnau Drug Company Hickman, Ky. BETTER8WORTH &. PRATHER Qrecerlea r 1 m 5 This rule will not apply to soda fountains, docks and other large users of ice, as er shops,-fistheir accounts will be on file at our office. h butch- - Hickman Ice (INCORPORATED.) ST. Coal Co. 3VXrtM.5COX--. I I $ R 21 T. DTTiTiOU, )mssmmss2im(tmmsmm0ssi!m HICKMAN MARBLE iKucocior to I WORKS . TAM 1SHK1" IfvS TOM DILLON. Sr., Prop. 1). llnmmnite, iltreatt-- d ' bL9b1I sbbbbbbbbTsvsbbs Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. "Why er not exactly." "I might want $1,000. but that wouldn't matter to you, would It?" "Certainly not" "You'ro under no obligations to aup-pl- y me with what 1 want, are you?" "Hardly." "Then what a foolish proposition it would bo for me to come to you and say: 'Mr. Gotrocks, 1 have been very favorably inipreased with your house and furniture.' or 'I think I'd like your daughter,' or anything elso In that line. But when your daughter wants anything It's dlfferenL Now, Isn't it iTT Hickman, TuimuM Kentucky $ Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. ...ABSOLUTE SAFETY... is the basis that we offer to depositors. Other inducements are of secondary importance. Upon this guarantee we SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE H BUOHAXAN. President PIIIKOTOIIH J. A. THOMPSON, O&iblrr H. Unchanau J.J. T.A Ledford O. Ronduiant U. M. Isltfr a. ll.Threlkeld Dr. J. M. Hubbard J.W Alnndr "Precisely," said tho young man. "She and I flgured that all out very carefully last night. You aee, I hav6 no particular prospects, and we could both aco that Uiore wasn't one chance' In n hundred that you would glvo ber to me. Then ahe suggested that you had never yet refused anything that she wanted, no matter what Uie coat It would !sht bt and tht jtrha, be a good plan to change the uaual order lomewhaL We sort of folt that It wouldn't be right to atk you to do anything for me, but It's different la her case, as I remarked before. So I'm here merely at as her agent to say that she wants me, and that she wants me very much, and to ask you to pleas see that she gets me. She novor has wanted anything to much as the wants me. and I am so favorably dlaposed toward her that, If you care to make the Investment. I shall be quite wlllloc to leave the terms entirely to you and her." Naturally, she gat him. No wldo-awabusiness man la going to over look a chance to get such a fine sample of nerve In the family. dlfferontr "It certainly la dlfferenL" admitted the old man, cauttoutly. Our Stock is Complete and ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas -- s: GallonorTelepbono ut whan In need of OUOOKKIHH. or FKKDSTtTKFH. PIIK8II MKATH Just" "How such a Parents a Shoelc Edwin Hlgfcee msde hts parents quicken their respiration and look up from their papers the other evening In a hurry. "Father," began the young man, "how far should a fellow go with a girl?" "Why, eh-uthat that depends," stammered WHliam T. HIgbee, the parenL "What do you mean?" "Well, I went Just as far as I could. I didn't know whether her folks wouM liko it if I went any further. So I Giving Hla Toung Telephone 6 3 Deliveries Ledford & Randle m might have to face some day with Don Juan for a son. "Oh, I didn't go any further than the gate. I had a notion to walk clear up to tho door with her, but I didn't know whether I ought to or not, so I Just stopped at the gate and aald good-b- y far did you go?," broke in the father, excitedly, wondering what sort of a mesalliance In the family he m -- Lose Your Money And It's Gone But if you lose your check book, we will give The parents were already breathing deep sighs of relief. Cleveland Plain Dealer. What Music Interrupts. At the far end of tho room the mualclans were grouped around the piano, playing softly, so softly the peoplo at the other end could hardly "They seem to love their own music," said she. "I like to sco them playing so softly. It's nice." "They can't play too softly for me," said he. "What would pleass me moat Is to cut It out altogether. It's a great Interruption to conversation, music Is." Why He Got Up. It was only about noonday, but tho commuter yawned. He yawned heavily two or three times. "Got up at six o'clock," he explained. "Had to catch my train. When my wife waked me,' I said to her: 'Six o'clock! The chickens haven't begun to crow yet, have they? Why must I get up before the chickens do. I'd like to know.' "'I don't know,' she said, 'unless It's becauso you're so chicken.'" W. G. Dornan, who has been with tho Mengcl Pox Co. In this city for the past two years, has tendered hrs rcslgnatloH and will leavo Hickman the 16th. Ho will be In Dyorabure and" hear. you another. In this lies the safety in paying all 'bills with bank checks. Your money is secure with us, yet ready to use as you require it. You are tempting the "hold-u- p man" so long as you carry a roll of bills. Better keep your cash in this bank and rest easy. We are at your service. PRttW;1 ft T KliHlW M'lJ i Capital and Surplus, $05, 000.00 for a short walla. Posse Under Sheriff's Command Is City Delivery; bout phouua No. 28. -Searching for Slayer White Boat of KvurylHng" Mrs. Magglo Hnnillo left for Kulton, Man Is Suspected of Monday, where oho will spend n few the Crime. COURIER REALTY COMPANY dny'n with her daughter. Phone No. 21 Miss Lee Smith, who lias been visWill sell that place and gut you au Ashdown. Arlc, June 15 While iting MIxh Hortlo Glover, has returnother. No business, uo pay. asleep In hla home here. L W. I ed to hur homo In Jnokson, Tumi. I,ouey, ono of tho moat prominent HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Miss Jciiulu Scott, ono or the pop- planters of southwest Arkansas, was Funeral Directors and Embatmert. girls for th Cumberland, usasslnated. ular central Tho murderer, creeping to an open Is visiting In Memphis and Dyersburg Phoue 20, night or day. window, fired two loads of shot Into this woek. UlclunBti, Ky. tho victim's baok. Mrs. Di Uuiey, arounml by tho first shot, entered the Miss Clam Williams after spending was OR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. several days with Mm. Will llagnn room Just as the second shot Dentist flreiL and Mrs. C. II. Monro, has rolurned Hecently Dt Loney caused the house Davidsou's old stand. Phono No, S. to her honid In Fulton. of a whltn man uuar his plare to ba Illckmaa, Ky. Miss Myrtle Walker returned from searched for meat stolen from Do I ney's smokehousu. and this Is believed lAul8Vllle Sunday morning. She was GRAY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP to be- connected with tho tragedy. accompanied by Miss Anna May Orth (Hunilker's Old Stand) Sheriff Sanderson and a posse are who wJU lnri for suviral days. searching th 'oiilitry for tne aaaaasln. I Lowest prices for horsAiboilng, Doth of tho young ladlem will return and thero Is much oxcltemrqL Wood and Iron Work, to Louisville Irmt of the wmk. HICKMAN HARNESS CO. THREE BODIES RECOVERED A. J. Wright, Manager. Life Convict, III, It Paroled. Twentystx Others Believed to Be In Makers amL Dealers In iUruea. Jefferson City, Mo July . In orBasement of Destroyed Newt-pape- r Jlopalr Work a Specially. der that his mother may take Henry Building. Rogers to Montana and care for him. Gov. Hartley has released Itogers from Montreal, June U An all night the penitentiary on a commutation. sraroh of the rulnt of tho Herald Koiers came to the penitentiary In building, which was destroyed by fire, We nre Agents for the August, 1901, from Caiuden county, brought to lltht but one additions! for 99 years for murder In the second victim, making In all three recovered. degree. He has tuberculosis, and the Te bodies. reovrrd are tlil of board of prison Inspectors asked hia Frank Censltt. a compositor of Perth, Insurance Companies release. OnL. I.aura Amwe, forn woman of in Hickman bindery, Montreal, and au unidenthe Roosevelt to "Stump" for Devtrldge tified man. Oyster Hay. N. Y July 9. Cotanel They are companies that have ItoUys iollcn Koosc)t has announced that be will digging atofthe ruins,and firemen are been here longer than anyota-er- . sad It will b gu on thf Ktump for Senator Albert J Is your property Insured? 36 huurs more before the at lasst Devrrldtie of Indiana. He said Wll It it too late when tbe alarm basoment, which Is believed to conlimn TJmlW roulii. mi :.scics S tain sound! to thinicof a policy. the bodies of ru additional vicSwift of Indiana, who are close tims. Is reached. and political friends, had asked Do it NOW Iteporta from the hosplP.la Indicate him tn go to Indiana to tp'eak for that the 26 Injured are doing well Senator Deveridge, and ha consented. A young girl was the heroine of the R. T. TYLER, Agent dlnaster. White fire hurried around Quite Different. her and tha fragment of the building Traveler During my travels In left standing tottered In Italy I was captured, bound and which was danger momentary of falling, tbta girl gngged by bandits How romantic! Were they crept from a window along a narrow Friend anything Ilk the bandlta la the coping until she reached a ladder which had been hoisted by the fireopera? Traveler No, Indeed; the gagt men. Grasping a rung In one hand and they used wore all new. Exchange. placing a foot on another rung, aha helped her frightened companions Girl Athlete Breaks Record. -- 4TMllford, Conn., June IS. At reach the ladder snd saw tlivtn car New ried to safety by the llretncn. Then tl field meet, held In connection Bradley & with the graduation exercla'ea of tho she went down tho ladder alone Tho Ipglealde stbool for girls 1)9 re, Car-oly- i. girl fainted when she reached th Halo pt tbu class of 1111 of New ground. Basket leaves every York City broke the world' record Tuesday afternoon for girls In the running high Jump. DIRECT0R0RDEREDT0JAIL by clearing Ihtt bar at 4 feel 7 Best Work Lowest Price j Inches. St. Louis Commission Man Declines te Answer Question In Regard to Lunchroom Company. $100 REWARD $100. 8L Louis, June 15. Frederick W The reader of this paper will bo pleated to loam tha there is at least Brockmun, prcbldent of the Ilrookman ono dreaded dlscaso that science has Commission company, and one ot tha been ablo to cure In all Its stages. directors of the Lightning Lunch com nnd that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh pany. Victoria building, was txken to Cuit Is Uio only positive euro now the office of Special Commissioner kuown to tho medical fraternity. Ca Mlltbton Shields In the Third Nation tarrh being a constitutional dlscaso, al Bank building by a deputy sherlrf requires a constitutional treatmcnL under an attachment to testify in the Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In to mal- suit of John Link and others agnlnst ty, acting directly upon tho blood and muoija surfaces of the system. ILen-b- y Urockman and others. Involving the Don't criticise your doctor dodttoylnc the foundation of tho control of the lunch company. He refused to answer questions snd because medicine prescribed disease. Nnid giving tho paUent strength by building up the constitu after the withdrawal of the deputy by him fails to have the detion and nssisUug naturo In doing lis sheriff and over the admonitions ot sired effect. The prescripovsc work. Tbo proprietors havo so Commissioner Shicldj, he walked out tion may have been Rood, much fa'tb in tho ouratlvo powers of the room. but the ingredients dispensed (but they offer Ono Hundred Dollars Commissioner Shields poor. Give the doctor a fair for any cane that It falls to cure. Urockman committed to thon ordered Jail, there to Send for llfct of testimonials. show by taking hit prescrip. rrraam until he la ready to answer Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.. To- - questions. tlons to a druggist who makes Ohio. a point of dispensing only Tho suit was filed June 7. It alSold by all druggists, 7Gc. pure drugs of right potentcy leges that Urockman has mismanaged Tako Hull's Family Pills for consti- the affairs of tho lunch company drugs that have the power and pation. to overcome illness. baa abuaed his power and asks his suspension from official position with Tested drugs only are the company. Kentucky Fair Dates used here, and skilled pharMadlsonville, July 19 S days. macists do the compounding. Illinois Girl Weds Army Man. You should have the best Henderson, July 26 C days. Springfield, 111., June 15. Tbe State Lancaster, July 273 days. procurable when combating Dyard Snccd of the Twenty-seventdays. sickness. Versalles, August United States infantry, stationed at Fort Sheridan, III., and .Miss Anna L. days. Danville, August Sbarpe of McLcanaboro, III., were Lexington, August days. rnsrrlcd In the parlors of tho Planters Tayloravllle, August days. Drug hotel. Tho romance had Its Inception days, Unlontown, August In the classrooms ot tho McLeans-bpr(Incorporated) days, Harrodaburg, August high school, from which both Vancoburg, August 103 days. were graduated In the claik ot 1900. Lawrenccburg, August 16 4 days. SbepherdBville, August 173 days. To Work for Parcels Pott. TTTTTTTYTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTt Washington, June 15. That the Brondhead, August 173 days. WHY NOT TRY T In proposed parcels post lcgla-latloEwlng, August 174 days. Popham's may bu revived and stimulated, Shelbyvllle, August 23 4 days. frlende ot tho Idea, headed by Hecro-tar- y ASTHMA REMEDY London, August 23 I days. Cowela of tho Poatnl Progressive O'ves prompt and posltlvo rulief In Erlangcr, August 24 4 dnys. league Intend to begin a campaign ovcry easo. Sold by Tlio HickNlcholosvllle, August 303 days. of education In the weat during tho man Drug Co, price SI. Trial Forn Creek, August 304 days. packngo by mall, 10c. latcrl mof the congressional sessions. Williams Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland. Hardlnsburk, Auguct 303 days. AAAaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAaAAAAa Barbourvllle, August 312 days. Florence, September days. Mr. nnd Mrs. B, Pnrhum and family Montlcello, September dayB. visited In Union City this woek. If your groceries have not proven Hodgcnvllle, September 6 3 days. entirely satisfactory try trading with Falmouth, September 284 days, Miss Llzzlo Stubbs was tho guest Kentucky State Fair, Loulavlllo, of Mrs. Sola Twjgg at Kultou on tho O. H. Moore. September 13 days. Fourth. Schmidt, the Tailor. - Tho Cotton IllnsHOiu Floating Thou-trplayed to a good liuuso In this city last' Tuusdny nlghL o vt OLDEST por-roa- LBAV33 LAUNDRY Pafai's 5-- Over Power Illness k-J- h 34 33 86 04 05 94 Cowgill's Store o n 63 60 .itL.l .- - jajk