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THE HieKMHN COURIER. that Pullo Uib (TTICB - .A- - YrtT 353 E :KL ) A BLUR MARK bM expired Itonttn promptly It you wnnt tb papwr to coma to ynu after tills month mom thnt your HERE ndvBrtiBing is the Team Ot.DI.BT Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Succbss, The Courier hao a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the Axles at Your Wagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE NO. I VOLUME FAl'KR IN WESTERN KIINT00KT ni HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1910. Mrs, Hinshaw Dead, E8TABLI8HED IN THE YEAR 1HBO N0.UU1U Hickman Police Court, Pleasant Social Event. Union Meeting Sunday, Near Tragedy at Lake, Married Last Night, Miss Loto Cavltt and Mr. John Meacbam, two well known nnd popu lar young people of this city, were united In marriage last night at 9:30 o'clock, nt the homo of tho bride, Hov. Wilson of tho Methodist Church, officiating. .1 CE.NTHAL In JuJgo lleinley's court the followTho reception given Thursday evening buHlnvM lias been transacted ing by Mlssos Light mid Ironn fouls Inco our Inn i report: nnd Mrs. IL W. MuKluuoy In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Juiiioh Knox 1'nrr, or Clnruucc linker, gumiug, fined $20 I'aduonh, wns onu of the most formul Dave Pearson, gaming, ISO. and brilliant given Oils buuhoii. Mr. Darnell Wright, gaining, $20. and .Mm. C. - Walker received the ludy Shields, gumlng. $30. gun-lnu they arrived nnd Alius llarnell Wright, brMich of peace. Atitm Lynn Dodds ami Celeste Rob$10 erta sorted punoh. The receiving John Dalian, disturbing lawful as- line, consisting of Mrs. McKlnney, sembly. $:o. Mr nnd Mrs. I'nrr. Mlese Irene nnd Hollls Tnylor, hreh of peaee, $10. Light Paris. Marie Brevard, Vlrgintn Josh Puokott. Ranting. ISO. Prather ami Miss Murbelle loons, of It. O. Smith, Interfering with offjc-- r hVldyvllle, and Meeera. fins AlexanIn (llnoltarK of hie (IhiI, $11 M der B. M. Crulrhfleld, It, A, Tyler II C. 8pelgkt. retailing without and IMwnnl 1'ratlter, received in the $10 DO perlwr. The refreehtnenUt of crenin Itubo Merrlwtwther. unwell of the jm! cake vere served In the library pence, $11 60. by Mteew Leah Harry, Magnlee Hie. Hassle Johnson and Hurtle May Itloe The library wus bwutlfolty decorated ATTACK OUR POLICY in potted plant ami brllllaiilly llgh't-o- d wtli cnndles, Tkvo ware about sixty guests iirsiiL Ia Vhllo ut Iloelfoot Lnko Wednesday Tho following- - program has boon Mallndo. wife 0 Thos. Hinshaw, ago arranged for tho masu meeting nt the afttgnoon with a party of Hickman 43, died at her homo In West Hick fIODds, Miss Mnrlann Cox, of Court House noxt Sunday night: f man this morning at 3 o'clock, uftor foil out of tho boat and had a a lingering Illness of tuberculosis. 8uboot MAro tho chucchea In Hick narrow weenpo from n watery grnvo. Deceased was born near Crystal, iiutii of any ugoT", If swims, that tho young lady, who Tumi., but had resided in this city "Why biioIi n qtiMtlon asked?" wus accompanied by Sheriff Johnson, nboiit two years. Itev. II. J. dHlger. bourne tired of sitting in ono "Why such n condition?" Sho is survived by her husbnnd Ilov In the small boat and stood up and five chlldron Elvy Johnson, 0. StcM'kton. I;5)ider to rust herself. Tho boat "The Ira, Tom nnd J. Hinshaw. For of the Chiiroh " Ww drifting along slowly near tho many yu'ars she was a devoted D. W. Ilrynnt. r Itev. Q'lTtjpsB trees At tho upper end of "The Remedy. Itev. A. of tbo Baptist church. I'ul-ion- f k posi-tjo- ij m!i-i!o- n lHuu llnsln (tllYiL'ht lmhl wlinii tho vounir lndv of n nmnlt llmti nvi.r. AMEftlCAN POLICY HAS AROUSED GENERAL PROTEST. Latin-America- Oo to thf new storo on Clinton Alliance Agilent the street and Bet n pair of pants for leee tlwu Imlf price. McCullough UnlMd 8tates May Result Llkoly to Be a Remonstrance. Bros. & Clark. Washington, D. C That at leant three, and perhaps wore at the Cm trai and South AmwionH dtp4otou make a concerted proteet of seine ference of American stale at Itaetxie Ayros agalnat iho Central American polity or the Polled fttalea U the pOMIblllty being dtacuamMi In diplomatic clrclee hare Itumora to thta effect have bran of late In quarters nanally well Informed, and some responsible representative admitted tbclr approximate truth, though none would permit himself to tie quoted The rumora havo lod to lively of Information among the Ceq tral and South American republic will hero. Official of tho atate depart Kent are watching the altuatlon very closoty. Home of the moro radical of tho i are aald to be lu kind at tbe coming International con favor of a nlllnnco acalhit tho United Stales It U gen erally conceded. boweer, tlut formal action of thla nature la unllkelr Tho most that can bo regarded as probablo la thnt the republic Inter catrd will give tho PnltoJ .States to understand diplomatically that the principle represented In the attitude of thla government on the cant coast of Nicaragua will not be accepted willingly as a part of tho International law of tho Americana It la hardly likely that this protest. If made, will become a part of the official proceed-ingof the conference por-slstcLatln-Atnerlca- n 8panlah-AnierlranLatin-America- n thnt the weather Is hot nnd Mlseiselppl river water la cool, tin. Courier is constrained In warn in.- - llkkman boys that great wire and discretion should be exercised lit going In bathing Hardly a sum-iir WMS4-that koiik- - hoy Is not lost In th.- in adif reus sati-r- , and it is bright little f. How Now - tli- .' s - JlffSd whlcii caused her to lose her NOTICE: All Woodmen are re balance. Shu plunged over the edgo quested to meet at the hall on next (if Ahe hoat In wutor possibly twonty Wednesday night. Business of Im tjuA deep. . Mr. Johnson Jumped In portancci Jno, Pyle, Clerk. ntrar her but bolng unnblo to nssist ho? in getting back In tho boat, mho- C(J(led lu roaohlng some low branch- MIrh Allte Thomas 1m home front n cypress truo. Several mln- Itelds1llo. N. C. where she has nt$fi elupsod buforo Clarnnco Heed been visiting several moiitliH. dottld reach them. Mr. Johnson Is ft good swimmer but was almost ex- M. P. Wright le building a now resi- linfisted when aid enmo. Heed stopdence wwt or Judge Murtoll's homo." ped out of tho boat in which ho and Altss .Mabol Wilson ivoro riding Into tllj one out of which Miss Cox had .Joseph Thnmiis, the nian who Infnllen lu an attempt to hulp tho vented the hoop-skir- t which wan so ytdiug lady hack into this hoat. It popular half a century ago, died last was overturned and tho three of week In Ijobokeji, X. Y.. nt the age 1)dni now struggled In the water. of 82 Mr. Thomns aleo Invented n ".MJmi Cox wttB finally landed snfoly sewing ami a number of oth. 1tto another- - boat, as wall ns tho things hut hut fame mnluly roeto gfjltlemen. and nil started back to on the hoop-skiwhich our mothers ltbre a mile away scared and soak wore. ing w.t To say tbo least, a tragedy wns , Don't forget the moving pictures narrow u and had it riot at the Lyric Saturday night. beer a low h.mgtng hrnnches eon tnn'-hlnr- - t rt nw-rtodf.-- fr The wedding wno a very quiet affair, only the relatives and a few Intimate friends or tho contracting mom-buparties being prcsonL After tho ceremony and receiving aro gool Ilurlal will occur this afternoon nt wishes of those present, Mr. and Mrs. Meacham drove to tho depot the City Comotery. and boarded tho 10:30 train for Scoo- ba. Miss., and other southern points Horn to thoswlfe of J, C. Ellison, to bo gono about two weeks. Wednesday night, July 13th, a flno Tho bride Is a charming daughter boy. O, you Clint. of Mrs. S. M. Cavltt, and one of Hickman's sweetest and most sensiMrs. A. It. I.eet and children loft ble young ladles. Sunday for Jaokson, Tonn., to visit Mr. Meacham Is well known to our hor mothor, MrB. Springs. The latpeople. He Is a young man of excelter Is quite 111. lent, character and flno buslnoss ability nnd enjoys the respect nnd conTbo Columbus ball team camo dowt fidence of nl who know him. For and crossed bats with tho Hickman the pnst five years he has been consluggors yesterday afternoon. The nected with the Hickman Hardware score was 7 to 0 in ravor of tho homo Co. and is a valuable man in the business. He is a son of Mr. and boys. Mrs. O. O. Meacham, of Scoobn, Miss., but was reared in Hickman. o' an old cypress snag, and the nearThe couple will be at borne In ness of Mr. Reed to the scene of the accident, a far different story might Hickman about tbe first of next bavo been written for the Courier month, und the Courier Joins their many friends in wishing them a this week. Miss Cox Is ono of Fulton's most pleasant Journey and safe return, and charming young ladles nnd Is tho all happiness In tho years to comi. guest of Miss Mabel Wilson Ma-Hild- a, d Twenty-Fiv- e Years' Trial proves that it K SPREADS BEST WEARS BEST LOOKS BEST COSTS LEAST 551 ""t-". -' r: . ' fr?.l1F if g Lowe Brothers HIGH STANDARD 3P.st23.1;s. For Sale by Ijieof -- mid BROOKINS GOES UP"u175 FEET Wright Machine Qett World's Record For Height. Atlantic City. N J -- Walter Urook-inin a Wright biplane, broke tbo 'world's altitude record when ho ut talncd a height of C.I 75 feet Ho usea hit last drop of gasoline In hla highest altltudo and was still climbing when bis engine missed explosions Tho daring aviator brought his machine back to level to get tho last drop of fuel out of tho storage tank to roach tho lino of vlalon of engineers on the bench. Reaching tho Imaginary line, llrooklna started to glldo to earth, and his engine stopped entirely when he was nt 6.C0O foot nnd still over tho ocean. Ills cycling glldo to the bench, which tho crowd believed to bo a bit of fancy flying, was dono to nave himself from diving Into tho BOO. s, o BUGGIES vmm sBBUE. JT-- Cowgiirs Drug Store (Incorporated) line and for the next 30 We are showing a cracker-jac- k or 40 days we are offering some interesting prices for CASH. zi POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS. Urooklns was rondy to collapso when ho renched U10 ground, nnd did not toll of his plight In the nlr until midnight, after he had partly recovered. frlV " FOR SALE: Best Business property in Hickman. building 24L-One 09 one, one story building 20 x99, on Jackson St. one door west of Hickman Courier. If not sold privately will be sold at auction on Monday Sept. 19, 1910. For other information see W. J. Barry at the building. 2-sto- ry WAGONS Remember we are in the wagon business and can show you the best wagon for the money on earth. Tho following is a brief synopsis of Postal Savings Hanks aud their regulations. Postmaster General, Secretary of Treasury and Attornoy General will designate savings depository offices. Depositors must bo ten years of ago or over. Amounts deposited must bo dollars or multitudes of dollars. Two per cent. Interest par annum will bo paid on deposits. Ono hundred dolla'rs Is tho limit for deposits In any ono month. Sums exceeding $G00 nt any ono time forbidden. Funds can bo withdrawn at will. Accumulated savings will bo placed In Stato n.tllonal banks lu communities wkoro savings aro mado. Flvo per cent of doposlts will be hold In resurvo to guarantee payment of deposits. Thlrty-flvper conL of funds deposited can bo Invested In Government bonds. Deposltore cau transmit their savings into bonds at any time. Fourth-clas- s Postmastors will receive extra pay for work In postal savings banks. o dono Hlnkomoro is building n residence thruu miles out on Drosdou road. V. 8 nlooro nnd 8. M. Nnlfeh woro In Dycrsburg on bunlnoea this week. HICKMAN HARDWARE CO. (INCORPORATED) - street in Naylor's old stand and get a suit of clothes for less than half price McCullough Bros. & Look up tho new storo on Clinton Clark. Harry Throlkold nnd wife return ed rrora a visit to Union City, it ' 1 m0if 'i - r &s IgluAgLml nSPStSfcfSiA .oJRi 4v IQf r J jFor Boys Don't overlook the youngster give him wear, yes, but let him have it foot-clothi- ng C-A- N mm SCIENCE NOTES. The chances of sudden death among men are eight times as great as among women. tin idc will See Our Line of Summer Furniture There arc hundreds of articles in our line that arc just as essential to comfort, at this season, as a straw hnt or a summer dress. The items are too numerous to mention here bnt if it's in house furnishings, furniwe have it. We offer you strictly high-clas- s bought direct from factory, and can save you turefrom 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 rtylish- - ,r :i Tan Blucher Kt.Wot ..OVI - as snappy as father's or older brothc r's it will help some toward te: ung him manners and care in dress style and the toughest piece of sole leather on earth. Oxford nty atDsfflSK&sdSK built for the busy, human boy bv exDert bench shoemakers' who have studied and learned what boys want and require in footwear the heart of the hide is cut for these shoes the stitches are there to hold there's a dictionary with every pair from size ll1 up. red-bloode- Nine of the IS expeditions in search of tho south pole have been of English origin. A California ethnologist has lilontl fled no leas than 135 different lndlun dialects In that state alouo. A Vienna surgeon claims to havo arrested progressive paralysis by Injecting lnrge doses of tuberculin Drinking water Is obtained on the rock of Gibraltar by condensing the dew in specially constructed basins A Texan has patented an attachment for phonographs which causes small dolls to dance in time with the music. Although the winters of Montreal are noted for their severity, that city Is 330 miles nearer the equator than 1.1 persons a day who use tho railroads of the country for footpaths nay for the practice with their Hies A wealthy Kngltsh automobllo en thuslast uses a somlograph to regis ter the Jolts Imparted to his car by rough roads During the wholo of last year Lon don's famous olock, ' Big Hen." never varlm) more than four seconds from the correct time. It Is claimed that thero is danger of blood poUonlng In the use of blue blotters becnuse of the chemicals used in preparing them. A new cooking utensil consisting at a perforated disk attached to tho end of a rod handle by a small Joint. I said to silr the contents of a vessel more thoroughly than a spoon Textiles may be rendered fireproof according to tho Pari bes'd of fire commtslonrs. by steeping them in a ten per cent solution of phosphate of ammonia, then doing them in the open air. More than half a million dollars' worth of radium has been produced at the Imperial Austrian laboratory at St Joachlmstahl, the pitchblende from which it Is extracted being taken from a worked out sliver mine. London An n vertigo of $1 d, Other prices accordingly. Sec us for Patent strongr bi ucher. , SndniS ghty natty 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 ill 1 1 sV 1 CUSTOM MADE BY Wertheimer-Swart- s Shoe Company !M''HiItissflsl ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. St. Louis Furnishing Co. UT, K YJfr In every home where there Is a AT THE BASE BALL GAME. Earth's Age. baby there should also be a bottle A new estimate of the earth's agi of McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It may Sho What did that man with the be needed at any time to correct sour has recently been given by William wire over his faoe aayt SCISSORS WITH A stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or Morris Davis of Harvard. For th He Ono ball. summer complaint It Is a wholesome usually accepted 100,000,000 years h Sho I don't understand why he Teeth Hold Material Fast and Prevent remedy, contains no opium, morphine estimates 60.000,000, based on an ex or injurious drug of any kind. Price amlnatlon of the .cliffs of Ariiona and wild ltT It from Slipping Toward End 25c and 50c per bottle. Sold by Utah, where the time taken to deHe The pltohor threw a ball. of the Shears. Drug Co. posit the strata can be easily That's different from a atriko, yon SAW-TOOT- H Hick-ma- n ftA"xscsefc,' FOU BALL. Tho beautiful Utllo homo place belonging to T. 8. Moou-ey- , located between tho homes of Judge ilurroll and Judge Mooro, vu Oulou street. Blx room residence, 2 good lots, coucrete walks and other Improvements. Will sell ut reason able figure. FOU HALE A nice lllUo cottage in Uond Addition -- built this year. Lot CGxUO, amplo room for garden, chickens, utc. Every day you pay rant you aro losing uioimy. This placo can be had fur ouly JCiU. Found to Be Better Than Glue. A composition of wax and pitch Is now being used Instead of glue In the making of organs for tropical countries, where the damp climate causes glue to peel off If you don't want to buy, call and look, anyway. You might see something you want. Hickman Fur. Co. Spawn of American Toad. Tnougn a single spawn of the fe male of the American toad contalm 1,000 eggs. N. Miller finds no increase in the species. Dragon flies, watat , beetles, newts, crayfish and other ter animals are destroyers. insurance Kennedy. ttiAAUI.LAUtL.Vlttt.LUlti.LlmuL.UiUL REFRIGERATORS rfjjnl 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 con- terior finish is of white enamel. The exterior finish is either white or golden oak enamel. Locks, handles, hinges and trimmings are of heavy polished brass. Mounted on heavy roller bearing castors. Insulated with aerofelt andjnaltha, which keeps the temperature in the provision chamber from four to six degrees colder than any other insulation. Drain pipe is composed of seamless brass tube. And not a piece of wood about the refrigerator a3 big a a tooth-pic- k. structed of heavy galvanized sheets. The in We say, if you need a refrigerator at $20.00 Or a larger size at 25.00 Or the largest sire at 30.00 then call on us and we will take pleasure in furnishing just the refrigerator that you have been looking for. The above prices do not include water coolers. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED FOR HALE. Nle roslduiio in Wosl Hlekmau. Has coal hotinu. FOU BALE; In tho now Rogers buggy shed and all other Itnproto Addition, between Southern Heights menu. Well located; vastly worth and cilv Hue, tun as ptvtt) tou aa II.&0C to 11,800, but will sell for laa. jou uter miw to go at a vury low Aro jou rviiUugt Out it out, own a stick hadn't stirred. figuru. These lots uu luvcl, dwatr-abl- u home. This is a bargain. He It was a goes ball, nad ho bulldlui sites, of good depth, ought to baro struck. FOU SALE; Nice rotideuce near and utu bo had in auy vwdtb. Ihey She Well, he didn't, and It isn't my at tho south end of Utu note aluvl the Lolivgu. I'lunlj t,f ground and fair to treat bin that way. Why. all improvements, forms to suit undge. I'ri-suu-t improiuuuuu CoUou'l pay rent. Boo us, if now no's dropped tho stick and is ou want a homo. Hickman Court, r. nsul of cruto walks, water mains going away. ulvc rtc lights, etc. To Hurt the Ho Yes; ho gets his baso on four FOU HALE; Mco flvo room col- bull rolling wo will sell leu lota tl balls. lagu and lol CbxlCU, five mluutvs fliO each; others Mill bo higher, Rw walk Sho Why, you story tellor. thero from post offlco. Has all nuco. strioUou will bo placed on ihusu Iota Is only ono ball ahoro. Say, Harry, sary Improvements. No uvurflow nud to thai uuly nice boiuea und vhllo no do tho players wear horrid spikes hill to climb. If you want a barpooplu will be In tho neighborhood. In their glovosT gain, shovo t'JOO In your Jeans aud He No, the spikes are in thoir KOK BALK: For a limited Unto iouio get 1L You can't flud auolhvr shoes. uhunco to get a homo so cheap. wo will oiler for sale ut a 11 Sho Doar me, but I should think 1C0 acres of fluu Umber laud that would hurt. Why, I had a little FOU near llocliool Lake. Ovtucr says Idfcnco SALE: The Allison Trier ros nail In my shoe one day, and It property ou tho hill. Can bo aro l.uOO.OUU foot of cypress, tbeio made me just lame. What's that bought for about half what It is realush, gum. etc., ou this laud. Now rai ly Scissors with Blade, man 'way out thero running forT worth. It will bear close iuspuo Ho Trying to catch a fly. on the bottom of the goods, the edge FOR SALE; Two cotugo Uon. She Now, Harry, you're fooling will be left rough; but by reversing )u Weal Hlckuiau, lot CCxlOC, fencFOU BALE: A nice residence, one me. Tho Idea of making all that fuss the shears, so that the saw teeth come ed, water Works, etc. Either ono for block from Fostotfice. Tho house over n fly! And It's ton iiri- i.. on top, the odgo is left Just as cUan ai SuUU or both for $1)60. Tho houses has 6 rooms, two halts, and two (jorch-cs- ; tho season, anyhow. Wo haven't put if no teeth were used. The piece cut cannot bo built for this money. off however. Is rough on the edge Th in good repair and a very desiraup our screens yoL scissors can be used to out paper, ble placo. Call at Utls office. He Hello! A squeeze play! Bully cloth, or any FOR BALE; A good bottom farm other material, if th She What kind of a play Is thnt? saw teoth are kept on top or FOU BALK. One of tho very bust bottom of oer 200 acres. $38 per aero will Ho My dear girl, jou have caught according as It is desired to have the buy It; don't Inuuiro unloss jou mean lots iu tho Henry Addition. Cash or the general plan of tho game boautl- - smooth edge on the left or the right business. Adjoining farms held at time I fully, but the squeezo play is too hand piece cut off. G5 to 1G0. FOU SALE: A small farm, out. Jitechnlcal. I'll explain that tho noxt Quns with Double Tubes. o mllo from town, all In culUvatiou, FOU BALK: A now tlmo we come. -- nd 4 Henceforth all sea coast guns of six Sho Oh, will you bring me again? vicinity lots (44 acron) a flno ouo for truck farming. Will Inch callbor or over, except mortars barn, etc., When shall wo como? Just outaldo city limits; a bo sold on easy terms. AH necessary uu i o uozz nays i may have nn will be provided with double tubes, sc corking good placo for tho money. Improvements. This offlco. that, should the Inner tube give way other afternoon off in J916. the damage will not extend to the Enough ground for truck gardening FOU BALE: A No. 1 good business outer tube and the enveloping Jacket and poultry. Tho placo you've beon building located in tho heart of tho looking for; let us rivo you Uio figand hoops. This will pormlt the ilty. Will bo sold at a sacrltlco If restoration nt small cost of gum ures on 1L takon at oncu. ItcntB readily for a wnose tunes give way and will faclll good figure. Good reasons ror Belling tato the rehabilitation of guns whose FOU SALTS: o A nlco accuracy has been lost through eroand lot In West Hickman, near Splendid Selection FOU SALE: Now rcsldonco In tho sion and wear of bore. tho Chapel. House In good repair, nil Ilond Addition. Samo improvements, lot is CCxlDO nnd loslzo lot and houso in this addition You can get UEO at Holm & Elli cated on best streot In that auction. Is being held for CG0. Wo offor J1G00 will buy It; one-thiro son's. cash, )ou Utls place for n limited Unto nt ono and two years; or for spot $550, part cash. You ought to own cash wo will sell cheaper. Good roan a home. Tho money you havo spent ona for wanting to sell; and you will not make a mistake If you buy It. for ront In tho past flvo yenra would .The Courier costs only one You cuu't replace the house for this moro than pny for this place. dollar a year or less than 2 Onllnud HeeOurHtock monoy. Tho Hickman Courier has a nlco cents per week. Are yon a Kverythlng 2 story brick houoo T subscriber It is to cheap FOU BALE: Nlco rcsldonco two good lota for salo cheap. All and to either steal or borrow. Sub & Co. and lot 60xlC0, In Eaut Hickman; all two collars, cistern, etc. sorlbe today. Your money renoccssary improvements good stable It will coat J2.000 to build house, our funded, If not satisfied 1 I cistern, fences, etc. 300 111 buyiL price 11400. Ask for No. 64. Best flour on the markeL lttiUers- Ownftr hiu pnnA t,Ani fa. oAllini For nartlculais annlv at thm r.nnr. worth k. Frathor. I e O Call at Courier ofrlw. jlsr effhw. saw-toothe- d pur-cnase- know. She Of counm. Anybody could see he threw a ball. He had it In plain sight In his hand. What else would ho be oxpeotcd to throw? Ho A strike. Sho But the man with the stick does the striking, doesn't he? Ho Ho strikes, but it's a striko if he misses. Sho There! That man who talks said "strike" and tho one with lite A very handy tool can be made from an old pair of scissors or shears, as shown in the accompanying skctoh. One blade Is cut with a set of saw teeth inclined toward the handle These teeth hold the material fast, and prevent it slipping toward the point of the shears. Rubber sheeting, strips, and all kinds of soft packing can be easily cut with square or in cllned ends It matters not In what position the scissors are held, they will cut without slipping. In using these scissors for rubber and other slippery goods, thu blade should be on the bottom to obtain the best results. Heavy rubber and packing can bo cut with less effort, as It is not necessary to hold the scissors against the goods to prevent slipping The same design of lower blade can be applied to plumbers'-anmotal workers' shears with a change In the relative positions of the holding and cutting blades, says Sotentlflo Ameri can. If the blade Is kept saw-toothe- d c Alt-CAI- 8aw-Toot- h - rosl-denc- Cash Book Store ronl-donc- New Books Stationery Post Cards, g d bal-unc- oooooooooooo Notions, etc. six-roo- Mary Berendes 1 000 s m'jk 4 Jn - K.isejjBSs)iv W4sW L-- J-. Telephone 65 for Plumbing and THE HICKMAN COURIER "Urvtrt Wttlern A7nui Mulht'Dci." SPEER A SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Tinwork-JOH- N STOPS FALLING HAIR DESTROYS DANDRUFF Fnprodlfinf 1 AN cotton ELEGANT DRESSING x Some of Kentucky's New Prollkig for tbo hoIuMnc Laws? Ayer's Hair Vigor MAKES Sulphw. Glrcerln. Qulnin. Sodium CMorld. Capsicum. SaEc Alcohol. Water. PeHume. More than 100 new bills tbat were Jubtcrlptlon SI a Yttat This paper itot passed by tbo Guiunil AHBumbly of when your (ularrlpllon eiplrr. You get The Uourlrr Jiut n you do pontage stniiipt . Kentucky woni. Into effect laHt month, (teiti In Adtkiir. We make Vi, exception A good many of Iboin aro ot conoid-urabl- o importance. Subscription Rotei, $1.00 per year Hereafter a hung jur)' In a Commonwealth caso will be a thing of tho pant. In tbo future tho Jury will merely pass upon tho guilt or In Auto Law Moore's noconan of tho uccused and tho Judge will fix tho sentence. Big Revenue Getter AmmiK tho now ants that become laws last mouth nro: Permitting tbo Commingling of Hmpowdrlug Hep. P. 8. Moore, of this oily, may Hull fed proud of bis automobile tax special Judge. bill. Kcutucuy acriYus mori revenue from automobiles uuw than any oth cr stale In tlio Union with the possl tlo exception of oho or two, and tiij license oil motor cars uro uu I to in of wipouso to the own-urot thoso vehicle. Every autouiobllo owuer Ih ihiipJI vd, under tbo law to file with the secretary of stalo annually each mol tor vehicle owned by liltn, a Miring his name aiitl urtilrww, aud a detailed description of the Character of uuh vehicle. Bueh inust buo two number tags or bauson with while figure not leu ibuu four luehe m height aud ouo-halucb HU1J.0 on background letter "Ivy." to follow figure. Oat of Ibeso logs to bo attached lu front aud ouo lu roar ot tbo automobtla. Tbo too for registration U 15 for each motor vehicle lusa tbuu power power, 1U for each aud less tbau CO, and ISO for oaoh 40 bono power aud grualor. Theu there U a city tax. and lit Homo couullea also a county tax. The owner of autouiobllo pay a much larger tax than u paid ou uuy olbvr kind of vehicle, lu tbo statu, and yet tboro U a fooling ou tbo part of a great many parious tbat tbo autouiobllo bas uo right ou tbo road. Now tbat automobiles aro pay lug a alato tax, lu addition to a city and c.ouuly tax, and all tbla In addition to tbo advalorsm lax u city, county and stale, tbo owner of au tomobllva fuel thai tbo Uuio baa coujo when Ibo people ot tbo utaUi abould recognize tbat tbo motor baa aa much right on tbo road as bono drhen vehicles, and really pay much moro to maintain tbo roads ovir which tboy are driven. Tbe baa como to bo a fixture and an Important factor lu tbo olvlo condition ot today and tbo automobile ownora arc asking a square dual. Tboy aay Uiat they aro forced to take Ibo blatnu for every acoliamt and are bcld to a much stricter accountability tbn a uj body clue. slat-uii'Ulf o Judges to bo AiithortrhiK the Indeterminate sentence. Providing for tbe recording of agree raents of pooling oropn. Providing for an appropriation for tbo Home of Incurables. Providing for Ugnl hoiidnys, October, 12 (Columbus day.) Providing for ono of the Slnle pen itentiaries to bo changed Into n reform school. IVovMIng for a penalty for drinking Intoxicating liquor on traliu and public conw)nro. Making tho trapping of rabblta unlawful and flxlug a pytially thorrfor Regulating the further pooling of of elections to determine whether or not farm products. Btock shall run at largo. Making Mio practice of abortion a Flxlngago for Jury service felony and fixing the penalty thereProviding a penalty for mistreating for. dumb animals. Increasing foe for Jailor. Changing libel lawn, and providing Prohibiting tho destruction of fifth for chnngo of venuo. with guns loaded with steel bullet. Permitting railroad companion to Legalizing slavo marriages. rstabllnh and opnrato ferries. Appropriation for statue for (Ion-Joh. Providing an expense fund for tho II. Morgan at hexiugtou. governor. Providing for Beo Inspector. Appropriating JSO.000 for tho Providing punlshnmnt for those re of work on capltol grounds. Muklng an aproprlation for tho sponsible for the condition of dependent children. Confederate homo. Making nn npropiiatlon for tho Amending law providing for Colored homo Rocloty for children. attendance ot children lu Providing for of Bohools. cVitonin by parents. Providing for tho registration of Providing for electrocution ot crim- automobiles. inal wOioro (loath SFiitouco Is Impos- Amending local option law in reed. gard to license. Providing for the manufacture) ot Providing for tho protootlon of hog cholera serum, and establishing assemblies, sucu as camp distributing point. meetings. ' Ilogulatlng mines and rulnlrxj and Fixing punishment for adulteration providing for life saving apparatus of food and drugs. Changing oxomptlon law provIdUg for miners. Allowing Fiscal Court to lovy tnx that 1U pw cent, of laborer be lint for court house fund. exumpted. Providing penalty for failure to Hegulatlng tho pooling of farm proI sound warning at railroad crossing ducts n com-plrtlo- u com-pulKo- HAIR GROW v, Ask your doctor if there is anything injuriour. here. Ask him also if tiiete is not genuine merit here. Does atofc Color the Hair J I I ATtn lOHMIt. Isiwrl! M. ' WHAT HE WANTED. The eloquent spetker at the Polar club dinner grew enthusiastic "Just look what the explorers give us," be uliouted, warming up to the subject "They give us Information about tbe nurora borealU, they give us descriptions of tbo caches and Igloos, they give us the life ot tbe Kuklmo Dont forget I have a nice line ot overcoat samples Schmidt. Mrs M. J. It. Drown nnd mother, Mrs. E. Hoso, loft Wednesday for Daw-ho- u Springs to spend a tow days. and" Hut Tho daughters of tho Confederecy will meet with Mrs. Paulino Shumate Just then a little man at tho end of tbe table was rude enough to Inter- next Tuosdny evening at 4 o'clock. rupt. "Mr. Speaker," he piped In a shrill Owing to tho continued wot weathvoice, "there Is Just one thing they appre- er, Mt. Ilermon congregation havo could give us and we would all postponed their protracted meeting ciate." irom the 3rd to tbe 4th Sunday In "And what Is that, sir?" "They could give us a rest." this month. Brown & Co has loased the barn next door to Gray's shop, and will t. remarked the oldest Inhabitant as he do your hauling by tho day or opened his weekly paper in the counSee me before you contract. try store. J. It. Brown. Hezoklah," has"Give me the par-ertened the farmer who had Just come In with a basket of eggs. Judy Simpson nnd wife, who lmvo "What do yeou want with It, Ja been visiting W. J. Thomas and wife son?" for several days, left Tuesday night "By crlcky, I want to show It to my for Cape Girardeau, enroute to tholr hired man and let him apply for a homo ut Gideon, Ma. on one of them snail farms." Job "Shucks I An ordinary hired man wouldn't be any use oa a mall farm. Fancy Browns and Grays are tho Tbe blamed critters would run over latest for fall and winter. Schmidt. him." Bo caroful how your clothes aru cleaned and prosscd. Havu Schmidt, Barnyard Repartee. The proud gander and the cackling the tailor, to do It and bo on tho sate side. hen were arguing. "But remember one thing," said the proud gander, "it was a goose that NOTICE: Eld. E. S. Baker, of laid the golden egg." "Tut, tut!" scoffed the hen "With Jackson, Tcuii., will begin a series eggs at their present rate we can get of meetings at Mt. Hermon tho 1st enough for our output without laying Sunday In August at 11 a. m. It will golden shells and losing our heads In bo remombered that this noted dlvinu the bargain." held a very successful meeting hero For even then the farmer was announcing to hs son that eggs had ad- last year. The meeting will continue vanced another 6 cents on the dozen. for an indefinite period aud owry ono has a cordial invitation to attend theso sorvlces. THE TRUTH. is going to encourage snail farming," Slow Farming. "It says here that tho government con-trjfc- v Our New ' FALL and WINTER CLOTHING SAMPLES Are Now lo Ready For Inspection They arrived this week and we want you to see them. A new departure from what you've been wearing browns and brown mixtures, and a pretty line, too. We handle A. E. Anderson's all wool line nothing better when it comes to workmanship, quality, fit and price. If you want better clothes let us make them to your measure. I Mott's Nervine Pills The great nerve and brain treatment tor men and women, produces strength and vitality, builds up the system and renews tbe normal vU'or. For sale by druggists or by mall, U per box, 6 boxes for $5. Hlcknmu Drag Co., Incorporated. Don't forget the moving plcturea at the Lyric Saturday night. Miss Annie Lee Brown and Miss Mary Tempa Burnett nro spending the week with relatives at State Line If you feel "blue," "No nccount," n good cleaning out HEItlllNE Is tho right thing for that purpose It stimulates the llvor, tones up the stomach and purifies ilu bowels Price iOc Sold b Hickmnn Drug Co SCHMIDT THE TAILOR, THIRD OPERATION PREVENTED By LydiaRPinkham's Vegetable Compound Chicago, III. "I want to tell you Vegetable Lydla Bradley & Parham .KaiBix?&i?sHssM rnv lazj, jou need Ten Gent Sale DAILY DIET HINTS By Wets to Make Costs Him 526,50 pro-duc- o DH. T. J. ALLEN Food SptcUUit. Tbe Walking Delegate I toll you the time will come when the laboring man will have the capitalist under his Funny Man In that caso he will bo walking on his uppers. The 8easons Pass. The Tbe The The flshlnc tackle's In the attic. football tackle looks erratic; busrball batter's (one away, buckwheat batter's come to Ohio, City of Toledo. T.ur.ts County. COOKED VS. UNCOOKED CABBAGE. Attack on Hickman feet The SSmWK8g22W E. I'inkhnm's whnt II. O. Speight, who drives a Compound did for me. I was so sick wagon for tho Davis Produce two or the nest doctors in tincunu tbat aald I would dlo If I did not lme nn Co., of Union City, retailed n dlmo"B operation, i nau worth of bananas in this city Tuesnlrciidy bad two day afternoon aud tho transaction operations, an J they wanted me to cost him $2tf.B0. H. C. Holm. city go through n third clerk, saw tho deal and knowing that ona I siiliered day this concern had no license, promptly nnd night from nnd n swore out a warrant for Mr. Speight's small tumor, mid arrest Tho Clork had warned this never thought ol company before regarding their sellseeing ti well day but ngnin. A friend ing produce without a license, con told mo how J.ydla Hits warning had been Igiwred, V. l'lnklinm'n Veff. sequently Judge Kcmley mado tholr Atniiiu I'iimnniiiiil lind lipiuil tier, and retail business como n little high. I tried it, aud after tho third bottle Tho law was mndo to protect our Spkulino, was cured." Mrs Alvkka 1408 Cly bourne Ave., Chicago, 111. merchants and wo ore glad to sco It r If you aro ill do not drag nlong at enforced. If tlio can't pay homo or In your placo of employment n license, lot 'em stay out. necessary, but until nu operation Is DU11U up me leiniuinu system, imu ii niovo tlio cause oi tlioso distressing Has a Riant to That. aches and pains by taking Lydla h. Pinkham'ti vegetablo Compound, mado "Man wants but llttlo here below," from roots and herbs. quotes tho philosopher ot folly, "but . ii.l.tt, vimro If linahren thnntfln. ho wants to be allowed to pick that dard remedy for female, ills, and has little out for himself." positively restoreu tuo iiauuiui w omen who havo been troubled .!!. .ll.nlonnmnnfa 111 llfl tlniat Intl. Ul. Seaion for Humility. ceratton, fibroid tumors, irregularities, It Is necessary that onq should some perlodio pains, backache, bearing-dow- n dinl-nesllinrs foiget that lie Is n superior, and feeling, flatulendy, Indigestion, or nervous proattation. nuy to lemembor that he Is a brother. Illuhou Wilson. dou't you try It? $5ifcy: rwi out-slde- t-- iyu-sands- s, Tbo Courier is Informed that the liquor Interests, In their despurnte attempt to get saloons back in tbo dry towns ot the state, have sent to Hickman a mulatto negro, known as "Mundy,' to do "missionary" work ( among tlio negroes of this city and that ho Is now here on the job. He Is said to have come from Fulton, where ho has been talking to the negroes, trying to influence them into. voting fof saloons lu that town when their election comes of on tho 21st ot this month. This Is a fororunuor of a movement ta hold an election hero to voto on tho saloon question, provided Fulton goes wet. If the above report Is true, Mr. Negro ought to be given a vigorous (Copyright, 1WJ, by JuaepU U. UuwIimlJ application oggs, or of cow-hidsome such treatment, and the sooner tho better. Tho better element of Do Pretty Well Yet. "This motoring gnnio Isn't whnt It Hickman should not stand for this too inmlt, and wo don't think thoy wilt. imod to be." "Speed ordinance cnrefully enforced?" "No; but pedes'It is possible tbat business is all trians are getting so careful." talk and then thoro aro othor possibilities. At any rate, should It como Caused Suspicion. to a voto ou the question wo could "Looks like n good man," snld easily deteojt it, but we don't want Hawkins) "Hut gront Scotti When 1 shook hands It sounded like I waa to lose a year's growth, llko Fulton, shaking dice "Harper's Weekly. hi a very unneoessary campaign. Natural and cooked cabbage differ as much In food value aa do oak and shavings as building material.. Boiled cabbage serves only at a relish, and that cannot justify its use when so many good foods can be re Ished, even by one who Is not sufficiently In need of food, physiologically, to relish any good food. Aside from this, recent experiments prove that boiled cabbage favors the cultivation of Injurious germs In the colon, Increasing Uncooked cabbage, on the other hand, rather retards the deyelopment of Injurious germs, a fact which Is easily demonstrated In any laboratory with a mlcrtiteopA. star. Jifc S State of ss the City of Toledo, County and Stat aforesaid, and that said firm will pay tho sum of ONE HUNDRED for each and ovcry case of Cntnrrh that cannot be cured by tho uso of Hall's Cntarrh Curo FltANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to bofore mo and subscribed In my presence, this Cth dny of December, A. D. 18S6. A. W. Gleason, (Seal) Notary Public Hall's Cntnrrh Curo Is taken Internally, aud nets directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces ot the sstem. Send for testimonials free Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Ohio Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. DOL-I.A.RTo-l?J- Frank J. Cheney makos oath that partner of tho firm of F. J. Cheny &. Co., doing business in ho Is senior JUDGE WISE. Business Philosopher. o "I once 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 cat Isfactlon Is guaranteed or your money back. Their drug service Is unexcelled, because they carry a large stock of the freshest and best that tho markets afford In the way of drugs. "Accuracy and promptness" Is tho motto of their prescription department. You will be delighted Ask tho mnn who wears clothes with their drug service. Give them mado by Schmidt and ho will tell a trial both phones, No. 9." you who is going to mako bis fall suit. Schmidt of course. wfwm$$&yA ZXMMl -- - CURTIS BREAKS RECORD EMBEZZLES' $500,000 FLIES 50 MILES IN 1 HOUR AND DEPOSITORS WILL NOT SUFFER K MNUTES. THROUGH DEFALCATION. 3weeps His Machine Up 1,600 Feet 6 Minutes Will Probably Get $8,000 Prize for His Efforts. In JSHSSSL CUSHION SHOE. FOR WOMEN Secretary Ropke Waives Examine tlon He Had a Clearing House System of Fleecing Bank. Louisville. Ky. Admission that the shortage of Auguht Ropke, defaulting secretary of the Fidelity Trust Company, is very large was made at the trust company offices late Tuesday afternoon. At the same time It wan announced that the directors of the company have pledged Themselves to uti increase of Jl.OiW.uOO in the capital stock if such Increase is necessary, ltopku's shortage Is placed by cur rent rumor at ubout S500.000. His case was set for hearing before the grand Jury October 5 and the prisoner roturnvd to Jail, in default of IS5.000 MfifFvTXmm The Wild Waves Are Calling . 15" G,i M w ftl rc J ; I V 14 tJ3a&it: u? flight In an aeroplane Mon.lny I afternoon by covering tho distance In laps along the beach In 1 FOR WOMEN hour 14 mnlutes and 59 seconds. Cur an- tlss was In tho air ono hour and thirty minutes, and spent one hour twenty, ono minutes and five seconds on tha course, six mlniitos and six seconds being deducted for tho turn at tho two ends of tho two and one-ham!l course. In the early evening Curtlss set a new mark for quick climbing by sweeping his machine 1.C00 fen In the air In Ave minutes and fifty-on- e ball seconds. Although no statement could be e At the end of his flight Curtlsa declared that his engine worked perfect rred on this point, it Is said the per ulaUuns began between ten and fifly. and expressed his heller tii m, added weight he whs forced to carry teen years aco The system emplo)cd b) llopiie is In emergency apparatus, in case ol falllg into the sea and the necessity also as yet unexplained, although it or running partly Into the wind to keop Is generally supposed he manipulated in the course, held him back at least lntllvdlunl accounts. It Is also said he had authors i flftoon miles an hour. from several depositor to rhe k on ' Curtlss contract ended Monday night, leaving Brooklns In possession tnelr accounts, subject to the super of the $5,000 altitude prUe. won on vision of the trust company official Saturday evening, when ho made a A report was current Tuesday that he world's rocord of C.175 feet, and which checked on these accounts for large will h given to him tomorrow. The amounts and Intercepted the checks wa sa si sisMsMaMM. Wright aviator has not yet announced upon their return from the clearing house, so that the officials of the whether ho will go after tho fifty-mil- e company would not see tha checks No Lecture Tour for Him. prize of $5,000. when will nthnru-ta- . I He Is said to have used the tuone Qunuer That chap who is going to Hickman Wagon Go, go to Curtlss for his own account, and to have made drive the team of polar bears to the entries In the ledger to offset tho nortn pole aaya be la going by tie InMOSQUITOES BY THE MILLION amount taken. CHILD'S SET OF SHORT CLOTHES side route. Makes Improvements The last statemont of the Fidelity Ouyer Yes, and I guess ho'll return ty the inside route, too Company showed a reserve and Gulf Coast Swarming With Insect Trust sinking fund. In round numbers, of Gunner Whst Inside router Pests. Ouyer -- Why. Inside the polar bears. Jl.300.000. The capital stock Is $1, Under the iihw management New Orleans, La. Too entire Gull 000.000 par, the on the and Monday TTTTfTTTTTTTTTVTTTTrTTrTT Hlckiwtn Wsgor. Cr.ir.i,-.- .r coast of Louisiana and Mississippi Is local exchange at S.SO. sold i. Tuesday it He Couldn't Untie rttand. Buffering from a plague of mosquitoes. was thing these days. offered at 3.55 "I bono I'm not going te be sick," LYRIC SATURDAY NIGHT. Mllfons of the pests are swarming A fotee Hf men is mv, at work on said Mrs. Stasgera, worriedly, "my over that rezlon. makim- - itr nimnot a wew frame building 100 aero farm to sell Kennedy. appetite isn't what it used te be" 88xJ. UH 0r COTTON MILLS unbearable to Inhabitants. Many New CURTAILED "It's sttanje." ssurssrsd her hus- their offte lmfMtBi:. iie. . ,a Orloans families who went to th coast For anything In the Bond Addition band from behind his newspaper. Med na a raliit-ebenm! to spond the summer have returned 3,622,000 Spindles at Spartanburg, 8. ik.i.h.. see Kennedy. "tnai me truth or your aasertlen la net The cMHtNiNy baa a building i,, Mo, to this city and will spend the reC to Be Stopped. borne out by the reduced alio of the Hickman wlilrh ta Unh mainder of the season at home, ani MOVING PICTURES at the Lyrla need for Spartanburg. S C Renorts show bllla." mals are bolng driven frantic by the ing that 3.C22.000 spindles out tbU iwrfHMt a Member of y.ars. Saturday night. K of the 'fa 2 mosquitoes and In some locallMes the 3,711.000 spindles represented In mm W bet the fartwy preducts bad to be I HA V. U the horses and mules ore dying. Would Never Do. Caso & Son make prompt deliver bneled there from down town, makSouth Carolina Cotton Manufacturers "That gon Is as good as new," ing a big Wild animals In the swamps of the Assooiation will be stopped at least a ies. Phono 183. ertten. Mr. Dodda. iirin. said her husband, "so If you don't la. rivers and bayous have been forced to parties si the time in July and Au owner af the eoneern. flgurd Pall nnd winter snutples are here. tend to wear It atatn why don't you drwl fbe many mlos in an effort to outrun guit were presented at the meeting It wimld be economy to eatnpletv the give It to the oookr the mosquitoes and In some Instances ol the association held here Tuesday Schmidt, the tailor rtg,,t Rt tH factory, heneo "lleeause she's a Jewel, and I wage Ldeer have gone into the cities and morning. Some of the mills repreI m 'I Your parties are not complete wouldn't deliberately d anything to the new building In the wiitlm.! towns in their flight from the wlngeJ sented In the association are not no. drive her away." rejoined bis wife. corner ef the new structure thoy will REO Is serve fCowglll's. pesis in tho southwestern part ol and never have been, in operation, "The gown la out of atyle." na Louisiana several large saw mils and thus making the curtailment their offlee. BHd at the rear a. moveThe best flour in Hickman Quito's factories have closed down because ment practically unanimous wlteh will be bum to take care of Excellence at Dottersworth & Pra- ther employes have refused to stand Jutt Like Old Sol. the sblpptHK buafmm. It Is estimated this will mean a reUier's. the torture of fighting mosquitoes and duction In output amounting to 2.540 "Hoys should be tike the sen." said trying to work at the Rame time. fllnee Uie change in ewaershln was 000 pieces of A meeting of the Try a sack of 101 Highest Grada the phllesopher. "always o the jeb.' "Yes." grumbled the eld farmer, "but made the factory hi running every Paris Pattern No, 2125. All Seami Patent Flour. Caso A executive committee has been cnllod Son. Phone too many of them are like lit at la day with a geod fore 0r nit, ftl BLANKET OF STEAM LIFTS to consider further curtailment, to be Allowed. In making this dainty et ol No. 183. th- - winter" In the latter part of August or short clothes for the small child, thi held "Wk. nnd toe dollars to doughnuts "Mew's thatr host materials for Its development art early In Soptember. Let me sharpen that disc cultivatthat 8 L sella wngoiia. too ForeTwelve Deaths and Many Prostratloni "Late In getting up." batiste and Jaconet The pattern Is In or. I can do man Ilertuetk hae orders to make It cheaper than anyIn New York. four sizes H to 3 years. For a body. R. L. Cray. u thousand of thene celebrated child of two years the dress requlrei New York. The blanket of steam Reoular Performance. Doing hard work In a bunt or stoopwagone awl keep the wheel moving. in which tho cty has parboiled for the ing position puts a stitch In tho back 2H yards of material 27 inches wide "Going to ewenr off anything next If Wo don't show anything offensive there's a wen in Uila section ef yardi at tho Lyric. It Is especially last week lifted for a few hours Mon- that iH painful lfthe muscles have 17s yards 36 Inches wide, or for the yeart" the emintry that known how to put day afternoon, under the pressuro ol become strained, you oau't get rid 42 Inches wide, aa Illustrated, Jyard "Sure. The same thing I swore oS lace 18 Inches wide and 1. ladles. J. T. Dillon. Prop. Pa faint airs from the sea, but the slight of it without help The went pene- of wliUie. iu Qn. C r last year." yards of edging The petticoat needi drop in the thermometer was not suf trating power of Imltaer. farmer iminaMr of the con- SNOW Tho best flour over brought to flcclnt to effect the continuing drain LINIMENT will apjienl to you most IH yards 36 or 42 inches wide; th Hickman Quito's eern. Is row secreury and trenturvr Excellence and AuMostly Commin. yard 36 Inches wide on the lowered Ttallty, and there wor strongly at such times, because it drawers need a firm cktwi men for the nlaew tumn Leaf each sack guaranteed Ixrd .Mount Auburn Are millionmore deaths Monday than Sunday-twe- lve Is the very thing you need. Price or y, yard 62 Inches wide, 1 yardi and this trio make the !.et kind of aires common In the states? 25c ,50o and $1.00 per bottle. Sold of edging Travis. The cap needs V4 yard 2( against ten and a longer lis! by Hickman Drug Co. Mr Ileaoun Hill Tea most of ehem. a roinblnatlon The Hickman Wauon inches wide, or U yard 36 inchei of prostratons The maximum official No luay man likes to loaf In a Harvard Li minion. Co.. with lie onpaclty of 1.000 wagwide; ; yard of ribbon for ties, 2 temperature was 89 degrees. ons a year, vi III take her place yards of narrow yardi pine where there Is any danger of For tho week ended Sunday th nrnoi; Whan Schmidt inakos you n suit of edging to trim.ribbon and oportunlty coming around and knockThe Regulation Thing. the lending faetortes or the South, health department gave out a total he keeps It pressed FREE for two "Did your father ever try ray pre In a rery ing on the iloor. of twenty-thre- e short Mme. deaths, against seven scrlptlon for th- - hay fever?" for tho corresponding week last yea". months. NO. 2425. SIZE President Taftj turned his back nn "No, he merely sneesed at IL' congressman. Taking the President's Wo want nil thoQocal news. If NAME.. Everything for your comfort at axpanso of back into consideration, you cannot aeo a reporter, call No. When you feel lazy, out of sorts, TOWN Cotton, tho plumber, Phone CG. that means some'thtng. and yawn a good deal In the daytime the Lyric Saturday night. 21 Cumberland or Homo phono. you can chnrge it to a torpid liver STREET AND NO Slings or bites of Insects Hint are which has allowed the system to get Tho Copenhagen university profes STATE full of Impurities. HERRINE cures followed by spellings, pain or itching sor who says that Dr Cook Is a fak OUR HANDSOME AND . should be treated promptly us they all dlsordors produced by an Inactive Ir ituums to have the right ida Hvor. ACCOMPLISHED FR1END6. It strengthens that organ, are poisonous. RALI.ARD'S SNOW though It Is not original cleanses the bouels and puts tho LINIMBNT counteracts the poison. Following nro tho names of an system In good healthy condition. It Is both antiseptic and healing. Watch for tho DLUE MARK on The Socialists aro In f.ivor of a Prlco COc. hnndsomo nnd Bcholarly lot of people Sold by Hickman Drug Price 2fie. 50c and SI nnr bottle. Sold the upper right hand corner of your by Hickman Drug Co. Company. .., n,..,i, ...... as wo hava ovnr Courier. It is to notify you that your bollshlng tho United States srna). writes Lola P. Roberts, of Paste this clipping In your hnt and ir thoy are not careful tlu-- will do subscription Is about to expire. No Vienna, Mo., "I used to be you will hao a ready reference T papers &ro sent out arter tho sub- something that Is popular list sick most of the time and of tho best folks on earth. Of courso scriptioa la out nnd" then n man Is found wlio Now suffered vyth backache nnd thoy take tho Courlor wouldn't do has the courage to resign a govern headache. My Mother, who without It and Lavo 'Vol " iiiont Job and seok happiness among Through Strife to Higher Things. had been jjrcally helped by sinco our lost report: The law of worthy life Is fundamen- those Who work for a living the use of Cardui, got mc D M Harper, Route 2. tally the law of strife. It Is only two bottles, and I have Presldont Taft ndvlses girl grad through labor, painful effort, by grim Mrs n. a V..utherly. Fulton. 4 energy nnd rosolute courage that wo uates not to marry without love UV been well ever since." Corn Flowers, City. . move on to better things. Roosevelt. hope thoy wbtj't think ho Is old faith 13 Tlttsworth. City. E49 ionvd for saying such n thing J II Travis. City. Cause for Suspicion. T A. PrnUier. City Llfo. liberty nnd the pursuit of hap "When a man dat's tryln' to trade O Sprndlln, Union City, Tonn. Take horses wlf mo stnlits brflggln 'bout piness are to remain sacred within D H Toombs, Routo 3. There is just as much need of having confidence how honest ho Is In IiIh dentin's," said tho borders of Texas. State officials J J Wlloy, Routo 2. Uncle Kben. "I can't help suspectln will not permit a study of the hook in the pharmacist that puts up your prescriptions Albert Gilbert, City. dat he's gettln' ready to make nn ex- worm Tho Tonic ception in my case." Washington Mrs A. A. Fnrls, Glly. as there is in having confidence in the doctor Cardui is a ecntle Ionic Star. Quito's Excollcnco Is tho namo of Mrs. T. J. Miilonu, UnloirClty. that diagnoses your ca3e and writes your prescripour now, high grade flour, guaranteed for young and old women. P C. Ward, Walnut Log, Toun. Area Equal to All Europe, to be tho boat In Hickman. Your Mrs. Edna Henderson, City. tions. We have a most complete pharmacy and It relieves and prevents The total continental nren of the money H II Spolght, Routo l. back if not satisfied. liotters- pain. It builds strength. It United States, Including Alaska, Is fc ingredient that goes into the preguarantee every worth & Prattler. J A. Stubbs. City. equal to that of all Eurono. feeds the nerves. It helps Mrs. J. M. Hold, City. scription we send out to be absolutely pure. You can't shoot through somo steak tne whole system. Henry Muthony, Cairo. Ills. The Walter's Turn. sold in Hickman, but that is not tho Frllx Clack. UuKoU, Twin. jiu.ii Harmless "Will you sot up tho drlnksr said kind sold by tho Hickman Grocery J 0 Cntnpboll, Cnyce. reveler as the waiter knocked Co. roots and herbs, it has no the If you want botcr meat, glvo WE NEVER SUBSTITUTE over his bottle of wlno. Exchange. 0 E. Unrtlett. Rockport, Ky. bad after-effec- ts, does not them a trial; It costs G per cent loss. Mrs. Fatiulo Shaw, City. Interfere witli the use of Ed White, Union City, Tonn. Services nt Methodist Church next Found to Be Better Than Glue. any other medicine a.nd can A composition of wax nnd pitch 4 Mrs A. A. McCiiry. Routo 3. Sundny school at 9 45 a Is Sunday. do you nothing but good. now being used Instead of gluo In m., nnd . prouehlng by L T Heath, Routo 1. the fmstor 3 the making of organs for tropical Rev. O. W. Wilson at 11 a m At I ry Cardui. It will help F countries, where the damp climate 8:00 n. m., ,. T jlm. AwV-tho congregation nnd Mie you. Your dealer sells it causes glue to peel off Tho Courier's "Want Column" Is pastor will Join In the union servicsure to find you a buyer. Costs lo r "i Try It like It REO. es ut tho Court House. for each word. Try It, flve-mllo lf set au American record for a Atlantic City. N. J. Olenn Curtlsa fifty-mll- o Sk WmiSs&6BfmFULWEl vmrnmsmmmmiz'mmzr But before you get ready for your vacation, don't that we can furnish you with everything in cool wearincr parel from straw hat to low shoes, and remember, too, that here Quality Rules. The good effects of dependable merchandise live, long after the mere question of Price is forgotten. flSo Quality is the safeguard. Let it dominate your selections. It's good advice, and we take our medicine in big doses. j LILLET & iMsSk aHLLLL&ffS YVMBHfl.w jSttS 9H TmBEWmBB vrgaf fffS hva xmen jrLisniLSjj.jx ar vraiflrary Practical Fashions .i,. j- 2M it rr A mm all-ov- HAL-LARD'- gi li 'Every Month' T 1 - The Medicine You Take . . . rit-M- CARDUI Woman's itui HaIiti & Pllicnn ' w v V u M ..Begins Saturday July 16th.. Read Every Item. You May Find What You Want at a Saving. Read! Think:! Act! Prices Like These Must Appeal Irresistably to People of Sound Judgment, 18c Buys mmmmmmmmmmmmmgaimmimmmm 38c Buys lie Buys 5c Buys 15c Buys lie Buys 8c Buys 12k" Buys 15c Buys 50c Colored Linen Mercerized Mercz'd. Wash Goods Pontes and 15c India Linens 7c India Linens 25c India Linens 15c Suitings; Ramie Cloth, all shades 12c Dotted Swiss 2 India Linon 25 quality all shades 48c Buys 98c Buys 69c Buys 24c Buys 12k ' 94c Buys 49c Buys 10c Buys 12k Buys Buys 60c a Yd. Waittmc Stlks in striped & repp effects 1.25 a Yd. Black Taffeta 36 inch wide $1 a Yd. Foulard Silks Persian Lawns, beau- - Stripes of blue, pink tiful, sheer quality and lavender 30 and 35c 15c Flaxon $1.25 a Yd Linen Sheeting 72 inches wide 60c a Yd Linen Toweling in 12kc Curtain Swiss 15c Curtain Swiss in check & plaid effects mercerz'd. stripped 8k Buys 19c Buys 9c Buys $1.68 Buys 89c Buys 20c Buys 5c Buys 6c Buys 10c Buys 10c Curtain Swiss Curtain Swiss in Leaded Glass cffecl 12jc White Duck White Bed Spreads $2.00 $1 Counterpanes 25c Ribbon extra width strfpes and figures Any of our 8 or lOc Lace 10c A11 15c Lace in heavy Linen Linen Torchon Lace and cotton 6c Buys $1.00 Buys 48c Buys 89c Buys $1.48 Buys $3.28 Buys $3.78 Buys 23c Buys 78c Buys Bleach Table Damask fine Embroideries and Insertions 10c Lace Curtains v. 50 58c Buys ouc Lace Curtains Lace Curtaina tX.O Lace Curtains Buu, 40c Buys $4.00 Best Lace Curtains Extra Value $5.00 Extra Best Lace Curtains All White Table Linen 30c yd. $1 yd. & quality design 48c mfjJ' Buys ' 78c Buys $1.15 Buys 38c Buys Mens 50c Undershirt 20c Buys N $2.89 Bays Mens Pants in light $2.38 Buys Table Damask Mens Shirts t 7 be kind Mens Shirts 3X kind Men, Shirts S1.S0 kind negligee and plaited bosom w Ci Mens annus 50c 25c Mens Underwear $3.50 and Drawers and dark colors Mens Pants in stripped effects $3 98c Buys 1.48 Buys 89c Buys $1.98 Buys Heatherbloom Petticoats 12c Buys 10c Buys Mens Sox $1.38 Buys in Blue Serge and $1.39 Buys $1.89 Buys Black Sateen Petticoats $1.25 Q Heatherbloom Petticoats A $1.75 A ci Sateen Petticoats $2.50 V LLO Buys E? Misses Hose, black drop stitch 1 15 and 20c Oft i.LV Buys plain and fancy Childrens 15c Mens Pants light stripes "8C- jgo 25 Mens Pants Mens Dandy Mens Pants Violet Toilet Soap 3 cakes in box, 20c 9 ka JJ.ou ftft lO.UU A 14-.57- OO O A Q. V.QO Buys Odds and Ends Ladies & 15-- ' Buys Buys $20 Art Squares Size 9x12 ft. Art $16 Squares Size 9x12 ft Art $10 Square Size 9x13 ft Ladies Tan Pumps in new toes $3.00 12C Buys $1.50 Ladies SLIPPERS originally $1 to S3, reduced to Buys q all colors and checks Oxford Ties 50c a Pair Pillow Top ready for use 25c Caranation Toilet Soap 10c a Pair 3 cakes in box, 10c 1.00 Buys 1.28 Buys 16C Buy IOC Buys Infants Sox in white with C wh,te 4Qfc Buys Bleached Towels hemmed " $1.25 Ladies black $1.75 Ladies Hand Bag 25c bunch l5c bunch Hand Bag Shirtwaist Embroid'ry Shirtwaist EmbroW'ry white and colored Colored and white I I2c a yd Nainsook fancy top lc a pair - !c Buys 50c Irish Linen 17x3S inches Linen Crasn Only 10c 1 3 I Pass The Word Along to Your Friends and Neigh bors; They'll Thank You For It YOUR MONEY REFUNDED ON PURCHASES UNSATISFACTORY FUQUA HELM ZlC&J: jasftc&i Mmh. I L. EXPORTS SHOW DECLINE Amounted to Bushels. D. Washington, C Exports of wheat from the Untted States for the twelve months ended with June. 1910. howed a reduction of about 21.000,-00- 0 bushels In quantity from the ex ports of the corresponding months of the previous year. Corn showed a reduction of about 1.000.000 bushels for the same period. Meat and dairy products decllnod In value of exports from I14C.000.00J in 1S09 to $110,000 In 1910. Cotton, while showing a fall of half a billion pounds In the quantity exported developed a Increase of thirty million dollars In two and the value ef exports. Wheat Reduction two-third- s . CORN ACREAGE INCREASED Ten-Yea- NEGROES HELD IN HAVANA f ! K r Condition of Corn 85.4, Near Average. Washington. D. C Tho July crop report of the department of agriculture showed tho following estimates of acreage and con ton on July 1: Corn area planted Is 114,OS3,ono acreas, an Increase of 6.312.000 acres, or 4.9 per cent., ns compared with last year's final estimate. Acrosge ntul comparisons of conditions on July 1 by Important corn states Include the following: 10-y- F you are in the market for anything in the motor boating lin.e from a high grade motor boat, complete, ready to launch, to forms, we can take care of your requirea set of knock-dow- n best advantage. It will pay you to see us before placments to ing your order for anything in the motor boating line. WE ARE AGENTS FOR, FERRO MARINE IN FULTON CO., KY., AND MISSISSIPPI ENGINES CO., MO. i mv K ''I I i M '--- . n .1 Acrenge. 1910. aver States 7C S2 9.905.000 Texas S2 88 6,t72.000 Oklahoma 86 93 Georgia 4.5S2.000 Si! 88 '3,718.000 Tennessee SS SS 3.G69.00Q Kentucky 84 94 3,524,000 Alabama "Texse." Will Preserve SO 9C Mississippi 3.232.000 Atlanta, Qa A resolution for the North Carolina.. 3.672.000 ! Sn state to preserve the ancient engine Arkansas 9 M 2.SS4.000 pur-su.S:l "Texas." winner in the historic il 2.493.000 Louisiana of the Andrews Italders of the South Carolina.. 2.41S.000 37 St Northern army on the "General" dur-laOur Trade With Colonies Grows. the Civil War, was adopted by the senate. The "General" has been well Washington D. C Trade of the cared for, being on exhibition at Chat- United States with Its d tanooga, but the "Texas" stands territories for the fiscal year Just endin the yards of the Western A ed aggregated about $190,000,000. acAtlantic road in this city. cording to statistics of the department of commorce and labor. The departQsrmsny Not Interferlnfl. ment contrasts this with the record of Germany has taken no stand In op- 1907, when the trade with position to the United States In the territories aggregated only affairs of Central and South America. $35,000,000. Germany has Issued no stntement that could be construed Into antagonism of Corporation Tax Payments. the American government in what Washington, D. C Reports received that government has done. Is doing, at the treasury department give the or may do In Nicaragua. total payments on account of the corporation tax as $25,793,010 out of an Will Prohibit Fight Pictures. ass"essmont of over .$27,000,000. These Jeffries-JohnsoIndianapolis, Ind. The figures wcro for the close of business prize flint pictures will not Saturday. Tho time allowed by law be shewn In Indianapolis. This de- In which corporations were privileged cision was rtached Tusiday after to pay without Incurring any penalty Mayor Shank held a conference wlU for default expired on July la. but as Sunday was a legal holiday, the date the olty officials. of payment was extended to Include Monday. Huge Deal Pending. Lexington.Ky. The district board of Burglars and Priests Fight. the Burley Tobacco Society, wltn repNew York. Three masked burgresentatives present from sixty or more counties, convened here Tuts lars. Intent on getting $500 In rash day to consider, among other tijs-tlans- , and other valuables belonging to the the prospects for the saie of church, were caught at work in the rectory of SL Leonard's Itoman Caththe 1909 crop. olic Church In Brooklyn. Three priests seems strong for Sentiment pool this yesr, despite the far that attacked the trio. Thugs and churchnot a pound of the 1909 crop ha ye, men battled for more than a quarter of an hour. As a result of the enbeen sold, or even graded. counter Fathers Konlg and Oppel are are said to be prosressmj for suffering from severe bruises on tho Ike sale of ten million pounds to head and arms, and Father Sanders factories, has a long knife cut in the hand. The Ulevcs escaped. Keep your eye on the real estate bargains In this paper. It may contain Just what you are looking for. HAVE YOU TRIED it g ncj-lecten r kilo-pende- GUS MOORE, Hickman, Ky. Were Accused of Attempting to Start j an Uprising. Havana. Col. Jorge Valern, a mu latto, and six other persons, most ol them colored men, were arrested by the secret pollen today, oharged with conspiring to start an uprising ngaln-- J. the government The seven men were on their wnjl to Vleja UermnJa, In the province ml. Matanxns, tn which a tnink containing arms nnd ammunition nnd dynamite had been shipped from llnvan. Letters and documents found on th prisoners, who have been brought tc Havana, are believed to implicate many other persons In tho conspiracy To Oust Mayor and Sheriff. Columbus, Ohio. flnvernor Harmon has taken steps looking to to the re tlremont from office of Mor Athor ton of Newark and Sheriff t.lnko ol Licking county ns a result of the lynehlna of a "Iry" deletlivo SlmultantHHisly arrniiKementa werr made at Newark for the aiupsnr'ln a of a special grand Jurv to pridm Into the lynching, nnd h snap ted police arrested a of hsshHIbk In battering down Indoor of the Jail from whir It lithertoi was forcibly taken. o Hickman Grocery Co. - Do your trading here and save money . . . """R E V r m, ' Uilldtak Inughtor hoavenly music ER iit I , " E S" -- "" ISSB Ti iii Union Mass Meeting at the Court House Sunday, at 8 p. in., conducted by the Ministers Association, In tho name of the Churches of Hlckinnn and for tho benefit of the whole town. This meeting Is of vast Importance. Everybody Invited. Come and bring your friends. Tixe B. A. F. Club, of Stato Lino, formally announce the approaching marriage of one of their members. Miss L. G. Clark, to Mr. Caleb Bras-fielwhich will take place Sunday evening, July 17. Both are popular young people of that neighborhood. You will be 5c all Fountains WHEN I When I cash In nnd' Wtls poor race If you go to the big clothing sale In is run, my chores performed and all Naylor stand on Clinton street. the my errands done, I know that folks McCuliough Bros & Clark. who mock my efforts hero, will, weep Mrs .Boyd Kosb arrived lu Hick- ing, bend above my lowly blur and man, Wednesday night, from Mou&d bring largo garlands worth three City, Ills. This couple was married bucks a throw, nnd sow the ground somo three weeks ugo. In testacy of woe, and friends woar crepo bow knots upon their ties, while 8. M. Nalfeu and wlfo will leave next Wednesday for Chicago and I look down (or up) a million miles other northern points to spend ten and wonder why these people nover knew how smooth I was before my days. spirit flew. When I cash In I will Jt is rumored that Hugh Ed Curlln not care a yon for all tho praiso that's will return to Hickman in a short heaped upon mo then. Soreno and time and embark in business here. silent in my handsome box I shall Misses Cecil Barueti and Ruth not hear the laudators tnlk, and all pomp nnd all the vain display Walker and Swayuo Walker are at the will be Just fuss and feathers thrown Three States this week. uwny. So toll me now whllo I am yet Col. C. L. Walker uud Capt. Hollls on earth, your estimate of my surKirk made a business trip to New prising worth. O tell mo what a looloo bird I am and fill mo of taffy Madrid Tuesday. nnd of Jam. Ex. Miss Maybelle Lyons, of Eddyville,' Ky., Is hero the guest of Miss Mario Brevard. Joe I'. Wilson, boh of- - Mrs. AHco Wilson, of this city, who is In tho Mrs. Win. Everett, of TiptonvlJle, U. S. army, is among tho fine marks-moi- l is visiting her father, J. Sanger, and In tho recent tournament at family. Nashvlllo and Chattanooga. Ah a reMiss Ira Adams has returned from sult of his high score, ho received a visit to Bardwell friends and rela- n raise of $5 a month in snlnry. surprised and pleased CASH IN. is the echo of stglitag "If I had but a thuusond a year what wonders would I dp." There are other things which they Stirring up bitterness lu a neigh- Meed far wore than a J'thmtMHd a year;" It Is awiWtlm. stir around, apbor's heart Ib nover profitable or plication, push iHd wlso economy. pleasant. these capital would only make them spendthrifts. With or without The person that 1ms wiped wet eye capital, all who dene-re- s It ran and moistened perched long", put. a do win wealth ami character. They new star In the sky of n dark life, are within the reach of all. A greet' added beauty and bloom, the bob majority of our moat aacrrenful men of birds nnd the blownm or flowers started In life ami bHalnees with only to the lot of another is whether tie the prospect of a "tooaannd a year." be rich or poor, known or HakHOWn, yomm man who cannot by hie own bond or free one'of Hod's nobility. Indomitable will mould and direct the element about him so as to win It doetin't pay to goselp about one'e ancccea le MKdereerviHg of wealth or neighbors. Iet us have only kind position. There Is mo aee standing thought and good words for ovary Idly, crying about what yuu would do one, and be sure to lend a helping If you bad capital. I'Torhlrnce endowhand whenever occasion oalbt for It. ed you with capital If ytm will only In trying to lighten another's burden, nee it. Brains and Nivscle working we forget our own; and the kind together lu harmony always win. It thoughts wo send nut como book to la what a ioh was endowed with them fdr. If with ralanbte capital us like oehos. hi left to ret and rat the muaaennr will live In poverty ami efcacnrlty as Young man remember this: All he might to. Cease whining and no the friends who oau gather about yon to work. Keep away from aatoona 'your life a sueeose; can never make ami gambHng honeee Throw aside neither can your enemies make it a that cigar and remove that horrible failure. It sestB with yon to determquid from your mouth. Abandon all ine whother you shall succeed or fall. ex peace and Just this thought on your memo- Helee your Income, mi matter bow small save a certain randa, and study it carefully. per cent of It each year, ami soon yoa will have creed, capital and Thoughts on Old Age. wealth. The road la plain, easy and oartaln. Providence ha given yen I am afraid that old people found onpltal don't bury it go forth and life rather dull business In the time "a thoiuKuid a year shall he thine. of Kins David and his rtah old subject and friend, Barallal. who, poor man, could not have told a teal from Ill Temper. a canvas-back- , nor enoyed a stuypho-n-y This Is the best la ml In the world concort, If they bad bad those and a man Is. utterly laexcaeabte for luxuries in bis day. There wore no pleaMiut firesides for there were no being III tempered hare. Look at waspchimneys. They were no daily news- Grown, .Spitfire and Brother nagy fellow whom papers for the old man to read awl ish, he could not read if there were,wKh children avoid, customer flee from his dim oyes, nor hear them read, and everybody dislikes. They frown very probably, with bis dulled ears. and amp and snarl thrntwh the world T4tere was no tobacco a lAxrthlug until the laat drop of mtlk of human dreg; which hi Its various Virion is klmlneee hi froeen at the bottom ef a great solaee to many old men and their hard hearts and the last spark to hoino old women Carlyle and jls if human interest Is ipieorhuil In the mother used to smoke their pipes to ashes of snlflshnetui. But here are Merryman aird Warmgraep, jMxr boys gether, you remember. when they came from the country, Old age is infinitely more cheercarrying all they hud lit one small ful, for intelligent people at least. roll, with mother's gingerbread in than it was two or three thousand years ago. It is our duty, so far us their lunchiin utid mother's bleltiK In their ears "Be good boys and mind wo can, to koep It so. There will the hose." They were soon fuorltee always be enough about It that Is of the storo, accomodating ami cheer solemn, and more than enough, alas! ful everywhere, and when Uiey mt that is saddening. But how inuoli up for themselVM, everybody (locked thero Is In our times to lrthteu lUt to the place "Vhere even the shelve burdens! If they that look out at and counters seemed running over tho windows bo darkened the optiwith good cheer. A melancholy mucian is happy to supply them with sician may compose a dead march for nse before the public Unit shall make Uie organ weep and nnd spectacles for tholr hours of wall, but he can never touch the privacy. If the grindors oease beutrunln that set the bells of Joy cause thoy are few they enn bo made A melancholy poet may mo ny again by a third donUtlon, writo of wnn spirits and gloomy dewhich brings no toothache lu Its mons, but ho can nover picture the train. By temperance and good hub-It- s beauties of heaven . A melancholy proper clothing, of life, artist may sketch death and deep dwellings uud and horrors, but he oau never paint the sufflelont, not too much, axerolsu, rising sun leaping on its sapphire tho old man of our time may keep bat. his muscular strength in vory good condition. The best flour over brought to Hickman Bulla's Excellence nnd AuA Thousand a Year. tumn Leaf each sack guaranteed How mauy shiftless Idlers thoro are Travis. on your Groceries Meats, etc. r. SS . jnm-fieV'"- Mrs. Cleveland Has a Washington, D. C l br feci that some letters lt. FYaYcea K. Cleveland. w"lo fn h late I'fhshleat drover r'v n with poataj--- ' due at th been postofflce le which thee ad eata-Ho- 0i mat k- - Funk , lo ' WOOL i,w WE BUY r ) 4feeed the poetnaoer t ' . - it eir sued an order inlll'ie: pant martens lo the hills d v last seeatoa a' congress tetters, as well a th. ' U ef Mrs Mary Lord Harrhwe n the hue I'reetdeat Harrleni. titled lo tranamlsatM free of hi wh-reh- Itttn l tm Htlnnu: in Ink fit lln ittsli ( BtnjPahit., m. f tamWe JJ it utimiM. wi Milt mn titttt. if I h.sjiwx4soxs tsbt iitUklat hum,Kt. WHAT HIS MAKEUP LACKED Really PhytltJan Could Do Little to Aid Unfertunate and Hungry Rene tier. itt croca-gralne- d. eye-glass- well-warme- d Try the Courier's Want CoIumnlc per word 1. T. JACKHON. Prop. "Ullly" InRlls. who need to be ea the ship news ler one m iur All While Barbers Clactnaatl papers, revtelted Ui eceaee of the former labors the other day On And Good One ship news they still remember .fir ! moomur IhrIIs as the bltacxi mter that ever r-tarn K.t4rf took leach with the steward ol a ship MlfWMiie ".fcwy hawllMioelj Rlrelrl Mm-Mhi Ifcf eur. in aWv- -t lih itkunt, evw and sua Mtllcii The ship news Men hare to be an the Job nnont five o'clock In the momtn!, iMrv of Hir ImmImm. and the first ebauoe they have lo Kot Olve Them a Trial a square meal Is when the first ocean liner appear In the harbor Then they make up for arrears. InRtht hailed 1 the pbyslelttn of the liners oil lb" TTTTtTTtTTttTTTITTTTT oeaasleu of his visit He knew the doctor proity well "Doc." sahl ho. "there's aemethlm the matter with RVTItH-- Oe lfS W'rU Wcctt wo." He Kave hw nymptoma. "Had, ) le AIvmihm bad," MM the doctor. sbaklHK hht p. i !. i t n- head. "Oo rifihl down In the holler room. Ittll, and shock roar dfcde. I've pot to wok ott or-- r therottnhly I'm LOST: 7I0 Meerschaum IMpe In worrlt-il.- " cae. Iletura to this office. Up "InRba tnrnml pale. "Is le u It anything eerione, IHtcT" WANTHD: Horses to pasture ApThe dee tor wasaed hie head speech ply to Leo Page, near Brownsville. leealy. Hon- - is your appttltr. Htlir' Good pasture. he naked, eotlcltonaly. "Are yow able KOIl 8ALK: A Vlotnr Automobile. lo eat What did yoa take ytwter dayr !0 h. p., tao cylinder, four pns-- u tMr. InKtis rocoNtiled the detatla of iger touring oar. good serviceable hie catktranomlc eriy of the day be- oar at a bargln. fh-Dr. J. M. Hub fore. "Per breakfast I had rakee, tat 2 a cereal, some kb. a etenk. and hard. fee. a conple of sausaRee. Thee I took WANTHI): White Oak Logs, wruu lunch on the Philadelphia bully ranch, us for prices. Will also buy stand too lots of It. I wm n hit hungry at Ing timber and vtblto and red oak dinner time ami went to n reetanraat fur the table d'hote. I was still empty lumber. Lqaisvllle, I'lattlng Mill & when I cot through so I ordered an- Hardwood Hoorlug Co., Ioulsvilie, c lut other ono. Then I went lo the thea Ky. ter. "Didn't you eat anything after the theater. Bill?" asked the doctor, anxTho Hickman r'ur. Co. will t;ur iously prisu you In tho matter of low pries "Not much," said Mr. IiiKlla. "I had nnd good goods. Don't tako our woid lemme seo I had a fow oysters, and a chicken, lobster, nnd a raroblt and but come and see for yourself. some sort of dessert, I forget what." If we don't soil yotlr real estate. "Hurry right down In tho furnuoe It doesn't cost you a cent. If wo do. room. Bill," said the doctor, "and strip it only costs you 2 per cent. 1 no I II go down to see you presently " Mr. inglis wns shivering about the Courier ilenlly Co. furnace in tho ohastn glory of his Mrs. Alice WUmmi will luato In a disarray when tho doctor came tlown. Tho stokers were foolily weeping In short time for Flat Blver, Mo., tti a corner. When thoy looked at tho spend u innaih with relatives white figure In tho firelight they Save from 1 lo 2 per thousand mi groaned pltcously. Tho moment tho doctor saw Inglls ho threw up his yimr shingles by buying direct fr..m hands. "1 see now, Bill," ho tald. "It our mill. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. Is oven worso than I feared. Your Quality counts In Shingles get the condition Is vory serious." "What whit what's tho matter, host by buying dlroct from our mill. Yatos &. Kirk Shingle Co. Doc?" asked Inglls, fearfully. "I don't think thore's a chnnco for Bownro of substitutes sou that our you, Bill," said tho doctor. "I've lisIs on your plumbing i. id tened to your account of your dloL trado-inarYou only havo ono stomach, Bill nnd tinning Jobs. John Cotton. you ought to havo four." Cincinnati Don't rnrgot that the big olotbing Times-Star- . storo Is on Clinton atrout. McCuliough Bros. & Clurk. w -1 BARBER SHOP 0 !. -r Courier Want Column inttMiu .. if . k tives. Mr. Cora Ward, of Memphis, will O Miss Nannie Smith has returned arrive in a short time to visit .Mrs from a visit to relatives In Union Jno. Wentheily uud old Hickman friends. Sho will bo better remembor City. ed at Cora I'owell, and has bor-Miss Jessie Lee Herd, of Fulton, away for 13 yoars. is the guest, of Hickman relatives. Tho W. C. T. U. will meet TuesMiss Verslo Smith has returned day afternoon at 4 o'clock with Mrs from a visit to Fulton friends. L. V. Ellison. All members and Louisville, was hero friends of the organization are reMrs. Bower, of quested to be present. Business of several days last week. importance. Earl Cobb, of Mayflold, was hero Mrs. S. M. Hubbard and Mrs. J. Tuesday on business. W. Kogers leave today for Monteaglo Hate Tipton, of Tiptonvlllo, was Tenn They will spend a few weeks a this summer resort. here Monday. LaJaJlJLjpjJ iTe & 'WsM hAKCOUKTCOrSSST Samples on display atthis office. The Hickman Courier - Mesdnmos E. B. I'rathur nud V. S. chnpuronud tho following young people to Keelfoot Inke Tuesday. Miss Mnbol Wilson uud visit- ors. Misses Louise Jonos. of Honklns- Mile, and Mariana Cox, of Kuitoii, Missises Virginia I'ruthar ami Bet tie nnd Mesrs, A. E. Owen. Ouh Alexandur, (ioalder Johnson. W. C. Hoed and Ford Maddox. An oxcel- lont lunch wns utijoyed ut tho Club House. Burring tlio accldont that camo near being fatal, the day wns greatly enjoyed. Moore Di-Ilo- Henrn Brown mid John Harper visited Mrs. J. M. Ilopur, near State Lino, last week. Jmlgo It. T. Davis nud Hep. V. S. Moore mado u business trip to rail u on h Thursday. Mrs. S. M. Cavltt and daughlHr. MIba Ldto, were In Union City, first of tho week. City,'' Thursday, Mrs. Carl Schmidt wont to Union to visit rolntlves. IXGIUS1VE IOCAI AGR-NTTV-- 5 POR.HIS -- ErXCLUSIVR IINE JW Sam Salmon Is at Now Madrid this week looking after tho interests of Judge W A Naylor wuh In Fulton, the Mengel Box Co. Wednesday, on IiubIiiosb. KOIl SALE: A flno cow. Williams, West Hlckmnn. J. W. lOtfo l. VL .