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The Hickman courier: July 19, 1910 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 hic1910071901_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: July 19, 1910 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. FOLKS HOW LIVHiO In Kultou county will tiill 7011 thai we print tnuru local unwi limn any ottitTlipr In tlilt octlmi of Kentucky I OLDEST ;! THE HieKMAN COURIER. Hill of Success. The Courier has a Spankln' Goad Team. Grease the ffxles (tp7it,io:e3 - a-"we;e- kd A BLUE MARK HERS mean tbat your ut Kcrlptlon bai expired ltene promptlr lljoa want the paper to coma to you after thla month at Your Wagon, ' Old Man, and o. VOLUME PAPKR IS WE8TERN KKNTDOKT m let's Hitch Up 1HSII ft HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1910. ;j I . WHOLE RO.ttUlU ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAK ,) l & ncKC mm there u rv'.vpsKv?sliall!t I)oit forget tho Lyric night. W. O. Donian Wednusday- - Lester French Killed Sid. L. Dodds Shoots and Instantly Kills Lester French in Difficulty i, 1niit..i,l..wfj; Courier Want Column (MMS? ji.;n'r-. r" : av ' - 'i ' " -- " . i ' r fZS-r' 11 V " h wont to Dyertburg, rel- Saturday. It. !ct!t spent Sundhy with ative at Juoksuu, Tuiiu. t A. r'$-t- JKvar- i. araiBan ? UMw i l issMu nnmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiK - k - Last Saturday Morning:. I). K. Wilson, an old Hickman buy, li lioro from l'uducab tolt.y. Mrs. Lydla Vaughn, ago 72, died at bur homo at Columbus, Tuesday. Anion Methouy of Union City, spent Sunday with bis brother, Bd, In LbU TRAGEDY RESULT OF THREATS MADE BY VICTIM. .JEftw f-i'. -r Mrf ViAri. '- '. . ,r ,1 ' 1 t i. ? . r H h .H m IsssssssssB m -- -- - . .lHl mLr w v KATKS One Cent per Wonl per Week OaU In Advance. ., t ITiMtT.ni.j. m shiii -- -- . FOU SALE: 200 tank for salo cheap. gallon cypress II. N. Cowglll. ?: v J; m ':' r t,. ''?' !:k .U - - - ... a . UKaBT? ir-- szum: ii ffW . "4Uw - .as. HI HI sss U . ui rf vtai i p V '4J Ci .? FOR SALI3: 80 head of good stock ewes. Apply to J. P. Maddox. State Line, Ky. 39 8 - mmcu 1IM H. z wm i WANTED: Horses to pasture Ad-ply to Lee Page, near Drownsvllle. Good fr - pasture. - city. U. 0. Wudo aud L. W. Urahaui, of Mueou, Miss., uro guests Dodds. of 8. L. ...; 9flHHm a i'? ' siV A Dave llryaut, of Union City, spent Sunday with bit daughter Mrs. T. A. A daplorablo tragedy necurrnd hero Just as ho was putting his feet on Hiudrdny morning about i:3(J when the ground. I don't bellow a man iAdford. Sidney U. Dodds, ono of the best would have time to inovo C Inches Mrs. A. C. Ilurcbett nnd children, known and Influautlul citizens of this between Uio shots. After shooting of Memphis, aro visiting ber couktu, olty, shot and Instantly killed Lester hi in, I camo book to town and gavo -r . . . jk .:iiiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiar.n saviFi-- r .hhhst i sisc- Mr. T. A Ledford. French, a young man who was em-- mysolt up to Sheriff Johnson. I never ' ge-by (leo. Huus on a farm a few saw French but twice to know him sniiib, of at. louib, spui ' W-. -Buuday with liU uncle, i' & Smith, miles below town. h 0. un ono occasion wtien I was ou Mild Carl Schmidt. Tlio troublo which led to the trag- tbo grand Jury inspecting tbo Jail I Martin Schmidt, und sou, Howard edy bas been brew lug for several found him confined there aud after j: and Raymond, of Uulou City, ptut days. From tbo Information wo aau ho put up a pitiful tale, 1 slgnod a -- s. . rtv": .)'--"- "iski 1 jt MAT T '. t' j,! ta. ! sri5-- . Sunday with his ou, Oarl SobuildL ember, tbu faats In the ease weru bond for his release. I bellovo my .1 3SV Y" -.. Tif -"'life was in dauger when thoso men KflErjiwAc- ii'-O- ' about as follows: MIm Lillian Maddux U beuiu from cutno up ou me and that Is why I New York, aud will spend two uioutl Two weeks ago Luster French and shot French." S. L. DODDS, with Lr father, L. C Maddux, una two other men whipped a negro tbul lauuly. Tho last shot fired literally toro tbo One of principals in worked on the Dodds farm In tbo low. tragedy. friction top of French's bead off, being; fired Miss Marguerite Puqua was en of er bottom. What caused the negro and tbo whites at rungo of only 10 or 15 toeU Death the jirlzu winners In tb Nashville between the we do uol know, but tbo wblto men of course was Instantaneous. Tho body on his plantation to his millionaire American contest. Sue received a man arrested ou this uccouut and foil from tho buggy and remained friends. He is a Baps the Whisknyites. HW piano, thux Ural prtee of tbU olted to appear for trial before Judge laying by tho roadsido for about two whoso efforts have been crowned district V. A. Nuylor Saturday afternoon of hours uutll Judge N'aylor ordered It with success, but wealth has never (Jo to tho now itoro on Clinton the day ou which Uio killing occurred taken to tho undertaking department made a fool of him. Few men have As wo anticipate, the farmers of ever done for Hickman what Sid street aud til a pair of pants tor It Is alleged that French niudo threat of tho lllokman Furniture Co. LDodds has done. Ills friends certain Fulton, Hickman and. Obion counties leu tbau half price McCuUough of violence against Mr. Dodds ou After tho shooting, Mr. Dodds came ly regret Uiat this sad affair has who live near enough to Fulton to this account aud these throats reachUros. & Clark, feel tho bad efforts of saloons in back to town, Informed Sborlf John- - been forced upon him. ed his ears. the town of Fulton, have taken steps ti sou what had happened aud gao A horse from Jim nullto Impress upon tho business men of um, nuar Fultou, Saturday utgbl, aud himself up to tbo authorities. Ho Saturday morning Mr. Dodds that town what they think about the the tbluf borrowed a saddlu from Juo. to bis farm in bis uuto, carrying was placed lu charge of Sheriff John- presont movement to bring saloons Mrs, Kistner Dead, Lawsuit to finish tbu equlpmuut. with him his shotgun. At tho east sou to await a preliminary hearing. back there. Fulton cannot afford to Nolblug bas been beard of tbo thlsL end of Seymour lane, about IH miles Ignore these Influences. They aro In A number of wltuesses testified slopped bis car to west of town, ho earnest and if no attention is paid Will C Price, formerly a partner fill tho water lank on tho maohluo that French was a dangerous treachIrs. Missouri V. Kistner, wifo of to their wishes they can and will with Capt. Lvu CumpbeU In the own from tbo ditch by tho roadside aud erous man. Hun Hackott, who know ership of the lug Osoar Keulor, of bad pullol to oue sldo for this pur and worked with him for a time tes John Kistner, a well known, and high- make It cost Fulton dearly. Wo tbU place, wus run down and killed pose. While thus engaged, a buggy, tified that he had asked for his mail ly respected lady of this city, died felt sure the farmers would do just ,n Wt'8t "'ckman what they havo done, for they stand by a train at Cairo Saturday. Muuy occupied by four men approached at times and that his mall camo to at her homo "Holbrook." French told hIuldaJr n,ght at 7:30' aftcr an ,lluc8a of almost unltely for- tho best the world of our readers will remember tbU from the opposite direction. Tho ll,ree years. is striving for. It Is In keeping with young ui&u. men in tho vehicle were Geo. Evans, ho was going under an assumed name' JoQcs, UIU Hvans aud Lester on account of troublo bo bad before Deceased was about SO years old the methods so far adopted by tho UIU On Monday aftarnoou tbo Colored ho camo horc. and had spent 35 years of her life whl8kyitcs of Fulton to denounce Ilaso Uall loom of tills olty played Freneh. these farmers as the Sears & RoeDeceased was buried at tho city In Hickman. She is survived by her buck brigade. This character of reu guniu with tbo Covington Giants, The account of tho affair as s!v cemetery upon husband nnd two children, Hollle advice from his brothtbu negroes of Hlokmau play souis en by Mr. Dodds ou tho wltuoss tawt port Is not calculated to pacify tha Kistner, aud a married daughter in ory smooth gaiue but tboy lost tbsx yesterday afternoon lu bis prelimin- er to "put him away decent." St, Louis whose name wo are unablo farmers, but will make them tho more luck aud lot Covington boat thorn the ary hearing was about as follows: In Mr. to learn. For many years she was a determined in what they have se' Tho trial yestorduy score being 10 to 7 In faor of tbo Dodds release, the Commonwealth moinber of tho Presbyterian church, out to do. To claim that it Is none vlslUng team. "Saturday morning 1 started to my being absolutely unablo to make any and as good woman as over lived. of tho business of these men what Fulton may do as to saloons, is bottom placo lu my automobile to fight to tho coutrury. When Judge r Qreon-fluid- , V. T. Orr-jand wlfo, of Saloons In Fulton would be a Funeral services wero held at the look after some business; among oth- Najlor auuouueed the verdict, a wild y Toun., moved to lllckumn, er things 1 had a mule colt which cheer wont up trom tbo packed house grave by Rev. Stockton at 3; 30 this curse to every person who lives in and will locuto here. Mr. Or eon had been hurt lu u wire fence. 1 followed by u touching scene ou the nftcrnoon. Uurinl as the City Ceme- twenty miles of that town. Especial), will bo reuianiburud as the eonllomau would tho farmers feel it, not only look with mo my automatic gun, as part of the defeudaut aud thoso dear tery. wbo cauio lioro to luvvstleate the thoso who might yclld to the old I had beeu warned by sueral people to him who wopt with joy. d sulcldo of Illloy lllPRlns wblcb . The boreaved ones havo tho symappetite for liquor, but those who that Luster French had threatened In tbls city a ytar ago last Deceased was unmarried, about 30 pathy of tholr many friends. my life and advised me to be prewould have to put up with the August. Hlgglns loft an empty drunkenness and crime that would pared to meet him. Churllu Jackson yours old, and bad resided In aud botllo on a largo nnd a nolo told mo ho heard French make tho near Hickman for the past five years. Dont forgot tho Lyric Wednesday be spread In every direction from of farewell, saying bo had drowned Fulton. Even "poor old Clinton" threat, and Sheriff Johnson, Tom Dil- Most of tho time ho was in tbo em night. hlmsulf. Tbls gentleman, whose trao--l would buffer.and would have cause lon, Sid Hnmby, John Wright, nil of- ploy of tho Meugel Uox Co., on their lo death aroused our sympatblos, Is to rejolro if no trains at all from the ficers who bad had dealings with him quarter boats. His home 1b said to now raisins a cotton crop at llyors, 100 acre farm to sell Kennedy. direction of Fulton stopped here. also C. L. Walker, who know him bo at PorryvUlo, Twin., whore he has Texas. Ills bondsmen, who woro lott well, told me bo was a dangerous a brothor, also a brother at Paris, Whatever of dullness or slowness tho OrtHin-fluiwith tbo "bos to hold" at whisky crowd of Fulton may attribman and not to let him get tho drop Tenn. Tho general reputation ofi may yet bring him baok to ansute to Clinton, this town would rathon mo. I had ulso heard of him mak- Luster French was not to bo envied. wer an ugly charge er be as It is to the end of time ing attempts to carry out some of When drinking, which was a frequent than to be Fulton with saloons In It. ids former threats, and I was afraid occurrence, ho was quarrelsome and bus boon In considerable troublo horo Twenty-Fiv- e There are some things that wo vaiuo of him. as tho court records will show. It more than the liveliness that whisky "I had not gotten far from town may bo said in tho scant eulogy of begets. There are good reasons why when I noticed that my car was run- tho poor fellow that ho was big heart more people are coming to Clinton JULY proves that i ning hot nnd steaming considerably. ed and kopt his pcuco whon sober, ovory month In tho year to make this Tho first chance I had to get water drinking was tho link that weakened homo 0110 of tho chief of those reaTo SPREADS BEST wus at this end of Seymour lauo, tho chain of his character. Had bo sons being tbnt we have no saloons WEARS BEST and I stopped and began to till tho known less of rum, he might havo nor are we llkoly ever" to have any. water tank on tho machine. While considered more seriously tbo dobt Wo have something better, nnd we LOOKS BEST doing this, 1 had my back to tho of grutltudo which ho owed tho man are contont with the present and the COSTS LEAST Over west, and did not notice u buggy ap- whoso llfo ho threatened. More than future of our town. If Fulton votes proaching mo from tho opposlto dlrec once Dodds had been Instruuienal in In saloons we will have more trado, N. C. & St. L. Ry. Uon; when I did they woro right on getting French out of jail and other, moro now and desirable citizens, but mo four mon In tho buggy and I Im- scrapes, with no obejet In view more tho curse of saloons in Fulton would mediately recognized Geo. Evans and than helping him who could not help bo felt even here, and wo should Lester French, tho latter bolng tho himself. HIGH STANDARD regret to seo them put back thero. ninn who had mado tho throats. As round trip from Hickman. Clinton Gazette It Is almost needless to mention ho had used tho word "wo" In i.ay. Correspondingly low rates Ing what ho was going to do, I tho standing of Mr .Dodds lu this' As a citizen and public1 Dont forget the Lyric Wednesday I had tho four men to deal community. from other points. night with. Uoforo I could get to my gun spirited man, ho hasn't a peer In Train leaves 7:10 A.M. two of them were out of tho buggy. tho county or state. He has norer first before experienced any serious trouhold of Tickets good returning up to I gotfired went tho gun and thomaybe blo with his fellow- - man; in fact, ho For Sale by Col. C. L. Walker has spout several off uccldontly shot hundred dollars making iinprovomonui including train leaving two shots and by Uils time French has less friction than tho average and on his residence. It is now of tho wus getting out of tho buggy, nnd I man of his activity. He has a ropu- CoWfllH'S DrUQ Memphis at 1 2:40 P. M., Wed- noticed he had something whlto In tatlon for bolng quiet and unassum-- j prettiest places In Hickman. (Incorporated) his hand as though he might hnvo Ing bolh in public and private life, 27, 1910. nesday, July A. J Durrow, of Fulton, spent Mou-da- y something wrappod up My last shotl pleasant lu his business dealings, and lu Hickman. negro Agent, was aimed at French and it bit him loved by all from the poorest R. B. Johnson, Ik-?- Slayer Surrendered to Sheriff and is Exonerated at Preliminary Hearing: Yesterday. liUMias MaftX !s.sgJsPW' l .UP vrmt- V'iUn- - . jy2?By'''K8fi i' HHV xjl t sm.-rr-t. 4 n. fiMi '" ' .aN8;.'i iTsiiivv i t . SZz i " t e. im m MM ' f. ssra . m& i'ftt,.""'Z r , rr c Kr.L 5r- . . I . .in T4 - 'j o. " LOST: Black silk ehawl. value JG or $G, between Dr. llorrls' officii and college. Return fo this office and re ceive reward. FOR SALE: A Victor Automobile. h. p., two cylinder, four passen ger touring car. good serviceable car at a bargln. See Dr. J. M. Hub 20 2 .l 1 'I ' ' Ft: IBS- - i- PBwBiet tf . if' i- t i bard. - d aa a siiiiiiiK"' j aMF ?.'' :;'-. the solf-mad- Mmiim ' tti"Kd ixmz&te -: WANTED: White Oak Loes. write us for prices. Will also buy standing Umber and white and red oak lumber. Louisville, Planing Mill & Hardwood Flooring Co., Louisville, Ky. c lm Enjoyed Park Dinner. ' Saturday's A unique and attracUvo affair was tho seven o'clock dinner given at Sulpher Springs Park Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs. B T. Davis In honor of their guest Miss Powell of Corydon. Among those entertained were a num ber of young ladles: Miss Atteberry, of Cayce, Miss NaUlng of Union City, Miss Reeves of Fulton and Miss Carr of LoularlH The tables wero beautifully decor-rate- d and the magnificent repast, served by Mr. Jones, was enjoyed by alL J wos-stole- Dont forget thto Lyric Wednesday night. Mon-Lest- - Hickman Grocery Co, Do your trading here and save money . . . ' ab-cur- Sut-urda- hap-puiiv- on your Groceries Meats, etc. FOR SALE: Best Business property in Hickman. building 24x One 99 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. 2-sto- ry ' Big Excursion 25 Years' Trial Memphis S2.50 19, 1910. For other information see W. J. Barry at the building. Pallas Drown, a famous vlolenlat who was born and roared at Clin ton, died Friday at Helena, Mont Tho body will bo shipped to Clinton for burial but not llkoly to reach tbt ro before tomorrow. Tho fur will fly In Fulton, Thurs. day, Uio dnto of tholr local option election. No matter which sldo wins It will leave an unpleasant aftermath Maddox, we havo Just learned, tho proud father of a flno baby girl born Juno 21th. Lowe Brothers XjoLqI ulxc3L -- Jas. StOre Is Fred Case will move Into his baud some new homo In Southern Heights this weok. -- . &kw ",5y r -i I ) ,P H.V. itFf :' !: WATCH ! tS M kM S M k Lsm sn WAIT ! Our Regular Summer Clearing Sale Starts Saturday! This Is The Most Important MoneySaving Event of the Entire Year Come If You Have To Come many Miles ! The ValueGiving Leadership of this store was never better displayed than in the remarkable savings announced in this advertisement. The season has been against us, hence we are over loaded with the largest stock of desirable and highclass merchandise ever brought to Hickman. We are obliged to turn these High Grade Goods into cash and pocket the loss which is your gain. 14 1.50 G-- DAYS BEEINS SATURDAY, JULY 23, ENDING SATURDAY, SALE PRICES STRICTLY CASI1 Tremendous Unloading Women s Suits cAnd Unheard-o- f AUG6 You Mad 14 DAYS SPECIALS 3 50 Everything as Advertised. SPECIALS Corsets Better come Early. 7.00 Wash Suits LAWNS .98c Of Presses DRESS GOODS At Cost and Less Hundred of yards of the newest weaves in fine wool and cotton dress goods at less than we can buy them today. At Cost and Less Below we quote you a few prices on this seasons Lawns. These goods are all Values in Hickman $1.50 Corsets, all good stylet. 98c $1 Corsets. Justrlte $1 69c to close at. .69c priced under value. Corsets 6c Lawns ors . 4c In 6c Lans wall col- 6c Lawn all colors 7c Batiste all colors 4c 5c 4 Pretty Patteerns at 4c all colors l2c Batiste Lawns 15 and 18c 8c 12 Mc -16c -- 20c Fancy Lawns jfli I(J 'Y- - in rj aT y?r: Jli4 mm in n r fXf I Ml- Hickman at the price, considered from any standpoint material, workmanship or style these ridiculously low prices cannot but appeal to customers who are looking for the worth of their money. The worth of the garments offered in this sale has never been equalled in White and Linen color, all new and stylish. 6.00 Lingerie Dress. 3.00 $1 fine Dress Goods at 75c Good material and stylishly made. Ladies coat suits in light colored material, in the latest style, only a few suits and to be sold at a loss, worth $17, to sell at . . . $12-0- 0 $ 10 .00 In this lot are choicest weaves. Fine Mohair, Panamas and novelty weaves. All $1 values during sale 75c. $1 Shirt Waists. 3.50 Rugs . 25c Odds and ends slightly soiled to close 60c yards Dress Goods 40c Inthis Lot are Solid Colors Fancy weaves in Light Colored Mohairs etc, regular 60c values specially priced at 40c 6x9 Smyrna Rug 35c Hose Attractive Styles Hosiery. in Ladles 21c Fancy Ginghams 20c Bombay Gingham 25c Fancy Ginghams 25c Zephyr Ginghams 25c Egyptian Tissue 15c . ,A blue and gray Mohair Suits all this springs styles to close at $7.50 $4.50 $4.50 2.50 a special value. 15c Hose. 12c 19c 19c 8.50 Linen Suit at. 8.50 and 7.50 white duck and linen Suits, made plain or trimmed with bee . I 50c Dress Goods at 35c Offerings Ladies black fancy Hose, good lisle. 19c Ktifclm .liull. Exceptional Embroidery Our entire stock going undervalue Lot Swiss and Hamburg worth from 8c c to 12c 8c 20c Swiss and Hamburjr lOin C $25 Rugs. 18.50 Beautiful patterns in fine grade 8c Domestic. .7c Best grade of Domestic, unbleached. White Goods 25 to 35c Waistingand dres i ' Vail 7.00 and 6.00 Linen color Suits to close at $3.50 yj goods 15c 3J1- - :rl w X 60c L Dress Goods : ' M . .40c Se-jes uoan I,it- - Du.V oi 1 .ii. rrKr n 5c S wi " " nnd Mon oo k . io gt a sa d 1.35 White Quilts Plain edge a abrgaln 98c at the price. 15c India Linons 20c India Linons. 12S.C 15c Ladies Skirts You'll never have a time like this to save money on skirts. $3 black Panama Skirts at 1 Ladies Waists we have a big lot of Ladies Waists nicely trimmed and made in late models we are trying to 1.50 Vest V&ts 25c " Vests 15c 50c at at at . 42c 25c 45c 59c '. 19c 1.25 Parasols. Solid colors with fancy borders ish handles. 89c styl- 3.50 Napkins. .2.50 1.25 ve Light Weight Dress Goods 60c Grenadines Winsome Silk 60c and 50c Silk Chiffon 40c Jacquard Silk. 40cT,Silk Mull 25c Toyama Silk Waists Table Linens 35c White Damask " 60c u 75c " " Extra fine Linen, beautiful pattern. $2 Lace Curtains 60c Thesee are odds and ends hlweh 40c 40c 40c 21c 31c 200 2.00 Skirts-2.5- close out 1.75 to - I, O 3.50 Suede Oxfords. 1.75 Black and grey Suede, ankle strap extra value. One lot Black Panama Skirts worth 3.00 to close 3.50 black and grey Mohair and Panama 5.00 black and fancy Mohair & Panama 8.50 black Panama Skirts at 0 are silling under cost. 250 odd lots, some slightly soiled 1.00 75c are going 35c White Waisting Extra value In dots and 15c stripes. 60c Shantung 50 and 60c Nikk Silko 20c 40c 40c 25c Red AQc " " Skirts3.50 5,50 A big lot of waists slightly soiled sold at to close them out at 25c " 3.50 Extra Fine Napkins per doz " " " 2.00 " 50c Cotton Napkins per doz 2.50 21c auc 79c 1.48 30c 60c Silk Gloves. Silk lisle, black and white. .40c Extraordinary Sale of Lace Curtains SI Nottingham Lace Curtains-- .. 1.50 Nottingham Laae Curtains 2 50 Nottingham Lace Curtains.. 4.00 net Curtains 7c .1 19 Clearing Sale on Notions We save yo money on little things. Good grade Hair Pins Bunched Big Rediiction on Ladies' and Children's Oxfords Greatly Reduced For This Sale vW Floor Coverings 9x12 Axminster Rug regular S25 valuel8.50 9x12 Brussels Rug in one piece, regular S16 50 1I.OU value at 9x12 Brussels Rugs, extra value at12.50, ... your choice 9x12 Matting Rugs .... 1.98 .3.25 Hair Pins assorted styles perboxT Assorted size safety pins a card .... lc .... 4c Millinery We want to close out our entire line of millinery during this sale and in order to do so, offer choice of entire stock at ..2c ODDS and ENDS in CURTAINS All kinds of Lace, Net, Novelty etc., one or two of a kind some actual cost. slightly soiled all go at less than 1- -2 3.98 Jtf W CARPETS. We offer our entire at off GOOD TOWELS 8c Hemmed Hook Towels Cut to Unbleached Bath Towels Cut to Good tire Hick and Bath Towels regular 15c at .... 25c pair Linen Towels plain or fringed at 10c Linen Crash at 12c Linen Crash at . 15c Bleached Crash at - . 8c 9e ......12c ,.- .- 19c MATTINGS 35c Jap Mattings at 30c Jap Mattings at 25c Jap Mattings at . 20c China Mattings . 12 China Mattings Mattine: Remnents l-- 2c SMALL RUGS 29c 25c ....21c - 15c - 10c 3 off 2 75 36x72 Axminster Rugs S4 value Rugs, 2 50 value... 1 65 27x54 Axminster 2.50 6x9 Smyrna Rug, 3 50 value 1.20 Rugs, S2 value 26x54 Smyrna 60c Rug at 36x72 Matting 8c ... .10c . . 12c Nickel plated Nursery Pins a card... 4c Hooks and Eyes a card 1 2c 3 on a card Ball Hair pins ... 5c Spool Darning Cotton 3 spools 10c Good Grade Talcum Powder 8c 25 and 35c Ladles Belts odd lots ....10c Good Soap per cake ,..4c Block Tape 5c at Bias Fold Tape worth 15c -- 10c 6 yd. fabric wash braid regular 25c... ..20c Good Grade Pearl Buttons worth 10c. ... 5c 5c Lace Pins 1 dor on a card 10c .3c 1-- 2 Off E. P. Reed's high grade Oxfords, 3.50 kind at 2.98 E. P. Reed's $3 Oxfords 2.55 Black and grey Suede Oxfords, worth 3.50 choice 1.75 2.50 and 2.25 Patent Leather and Kid Oxfords 1.98 1.75 black Kid Oxfords ...1.4:8 2.50 Misses Patent Leather Oxfords .1.98 2.25 Misses black kid and patent Leather Oxfords1.89 .75 Misses and Childrend Patent Leather and Black Kid 1 Oxfords 1.25 Misses . Come early and Get Best Selections and Childrens black Kid Oxfords Odds and Ends in ladies and childrens Oxfords j off 1.48 89c Prices Attractive for Men SHIRTS1 - A chance to buy Clothes Cheap 42c 21c Suit Cases and Trunks Supply your traveling needs while these special prices prevail. 98c 1 50 Suit Cases . 2 00 . 2 50 Suit cases with straps, cloth lined, extra deep 4.25 5.00 leather suit cases, with shirt fold, extra deep 1.65 2.00 metal covered Trunk 3 50 metal and canvas Trunk 2.48 6 48 7.50 canvas Trunks with straps and heavy bumpers . .50 "Ide" Shirts ,85c 1 .00 "Silver" Shirts65c The afiove two lots are odds and ends carried over from last season. We want to close them out so offer at the above figures. UNDERWEAR Menc Mens Boys Boys 65 r.na 50c Balbnggan Underwear all colors, garment... 35c Balbriggan Underwear white and blue a garment 50c Balbriggan Union Suits 35c Porosknit and Balbriggan Underwear, a garment 35c 21c Mens Oxfords Reduced for Sale Its not often you get a chance at the shoe bargains we are going to give you now. Florsheim Patent Leather Oxfords sold everywhere at S5 S 25 -- Tand $6 during this sale at Crossett and black Patent leather and tan Florsheim Oxfords, this year styles, better shoes not made. $Q.48 0 Reeular S4 and S4.50 a the newest shades of tans and grays. You cannot buy better tailored suits at any price . your clothes money economically, but when you get a chance to buy these famous clothes at less than regular prices you should lay in a supply of them. You have only one chance a season to buy them at reduced prices. You cannot get that chance at any other store in Hickman, and then only when we clear up our stock. Glance at these prices: $25 and 22.50 Hart Shaffner & Marx Suits, composing 7.50 and 8.50 Boys Suits for 4.85 &A . 'P-- - Any time you huy a Hart Schaffner & Marx suit, you are spending ...... Men's Hats a new hat to give you a summer appearance and feeling? If you come and stand before our mirror we'll put a hat on your head that you'll like and will save obout 20 per cent. 2 25 . 3.00 Mens fine Straw Hats ' 1.85 .... " 2.50 1.50 " .............. "" 2.00 4 00 Stetson Hats , 3.50 2 50 3 00 Beaver Hats How about rj CA '"" $20 and $18.50 Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits, unmatch-abl- e values at the regular price; weights suitable 1 pr CA cJJvr for now or Fall. Special price during sale . . $18 and 16.50 Suits in tans and greys splendidly tailSuits that any man 1 0 C A ored and fit accurately. . XC0J . . would like to have; choice $13.50 and 1250 Suits in all the leading shades, well tailored and good looking; you'll think we are Q frA . . . . giving them away at . Here is an opportunity to effect a good round saving (P A OC on a substantial suit for your boy. All wool, Knickbocker, splendid quality, all shades . . P"TOD 5.00 Boys Knickerbocker Suits 3.85 any they are suits any boy will be proud of. Full bloomer, medium weight, suitable for Fall, in light O OP and dark colors; any one can see they're bargains . JOiJ $3.50 Boys Suits, Knickbocker style, in greys O QC . . and fancy colors, the lasting kind, choice 2.50 Keystone Hats 2.00 Men's Trousers All sorts of pants in every correct style in straight or peg top to fit men of all sizes. If you need a pair now's the time to buy. J4 50 5 00 Pants 3 50 4 00 Pants 3 00 3.50 Pants of mens and young mens Si 00 EXTRA SPECIAL Broken lots 1.50 to 2:00 pants at $2 to $6 Boys sciits at J -- 2 Price . r.t r, tfin he full price, though to close nnrf black leathers we offer them at worth $O50 0Jv These are straight pant suits carried over from former season and are as good as new. ': rVAn Cop ynfM Hut xbarfari & Mar 10 to $15 Mens Suits 5.50 asons. ii.alh aid pammt. good, but the ,if t mtip off. 1.50 Trousers. .1.00 iok.c loth from former p Odds and ends In Mens and Youths Trousers. Good iah 8 and patterns SMITH & AMBERG, Hickman, Ky. 65-75- c Mens Shirts 45c 25c Suspenders .15 Soft collar and negligee style all new "oods This Is an excepUonal value, and ,lie est 8usPen(Jer we've ever sold for the money. "K ''- - rii -j-Ci- K W j 1 the other day at the age of 03. He SURELY POET KNEW Elder W. II. Owen of Henderson, had na other bad hablks. Tonn., will begin a two weeks meeting at lit .Ilerniou uust Sunday. A St. Louis preacher says setuo "SWEETLY UNREASONABLE," SAID of us slake our own hell. And some HE, OF THE GENTLE SEX. Brother B. T. Brown of PaducuU, make a little for tho noigbboru. will lead the Song- Service. Newport society says tho At Least to the Shoe Clerk Hit Word l On next Saturday, Sunday and should bo at the walstllno It Are as Gospel The Comedy Monday nights during the moating will take a mighty sharp eyo to In Selection of her New Elder Win. J. Bishop, Missionary to somo waistlines. Footgear. Japan for the past 9 years, will lecOwing to tho fact Uiat tho Courier ture on Japan, giving stcreoptlcou "Whou a woman nan a new pair ol "views of many Interesting things, and short of holp and swamped with a shoos sunt home," said tho cynical exlblllng many idols and gods. big advertisement from Smith & salesman, "alio goes to work at 'om beg forboaranco very unlike a man under similar cirthis week, hand-shak- o lo-caAm-bor- PROTRACTED MEETING. Tho Inventor of the hoopsklrt died T ,foa vtftuYm AND s&wv Buy Icq Coupon Books In CBL4NIC5 INDUSTRIAL NOTES. A deposit of ore containing 93 6 per cent tantalum has been discovered g Everybody Invited. for the short-comin- of tills Issue. J. W. Graves, one of Moscow's oldWe don't show anything offensive est and most respected citizens, died at the Lyric. It is especially for the Wednesday nlcht, July 13, at 9 o'clock ladles. J. T. Dillon, Prop. Tho funeral and Harmony woro conducted with .Masonic rites, tho funora Try a sack of 101 Highest Grado sermon being preached by Itev. Mr. Patent Klour. Case A Son. Phono Hodges, of tho Methodist chnrch. No, 18a. Thorp was a large attendance. WBmwmmmmmMMMmmwmmmmmmmmmwMHumummummmmsasiWB L If ',. J hi !: i To the Public PHONE 73 When in need of TIN and PLUMBING WORK i for quick service. teed and strictly r All work guaran- first-clas- s. Let Us Figure With You And We'll Do Your Work If. .' i Hickman Plumbing & J. Q. Tinning Pkone Co. 73 E. W. Adams, Adams, Manager Sec. and Treas. cumstances. "She nevor shoves her toes Into them and yanks at 'em till she's red In tho (ace, nor after getting thorn ou at last docs she ko stamping around, tuillug those shoes with great (rank ness what her opinion Is of 'em aud of herself for ever countonanclnc 'em. No. "Sho pulls 'cm carefully part way on; twitches 'em off again to take another look at 'em to see whether she has got tho right shoe on the left foot and left shoo on tho right foot; pull 'em all tho way on; looks at 'em dreamily; says thoy seem to (It sc well that she's afraid they'll get toe "big by and by; takes another look at 'em; twists 'cm around to take n side view, gives a little scream, and exclaims: "'Oh, my, there's a wrinkle already! Mercy, how loose they arc!' "Then she looks at 'em again square In front; works tho feet around to find if she can't induce tho shoei not to hurt quite so much; takes the shoos off, looks at the heels, the toes the soles, and the interior; puts 'era on again; walks up and down the room once or twice, and declares posl Uvely to her husband, sitting by: "'Theyro horrid! I won't hav them at any price!' "Then she tilts down the looking glass on tho dresser so she can sec how they appear viewed from all th positions the mirror will reflect 'err to her, backs off. trips sldewlse, stepi nearer, nearly dislocates her neck try Ing to seo how they look from Impos slble points of view, takes anothei farewell glance at 'era from all posl tions, sits down and says: "They make my feet look too horrid for anything, and as If I were wearing at least threes and a halt! They nevoi will do In the world!' "Then she takes 'em off, turns 'ore over, Inspects them hcH, too, solt and Inside all over again, smooths out a wrinkle, pulls at the buttons and says: "'Every button on them will dror off the first time I go out In them, I know! And those heels! They look almost ridiculously low enough to be common senso heels. The Idea!' "Bhen she draws 'cm on again, taket 'cm off. puts 'cm on, looks 'era over again In the mirror this, that and the other way, takes 'em off and says: "'John, dear, won't you give me your Idea about these shoes? You have, such excellent taste and Judgment In such things.' "Then If John Is wise he will look 'em over and say that they look tc him absurdly high as to heel, thin at to sole and too tight around the Instep "'Oh, do you, dearr sho will say, and thank him sweetly. "Then she will try 'em on again, show them off before tho mirror, Bit down, run her hand over 'cm gonUy. smile, ring for the maid and say to " 'You may toll tho messenger, Jano, that I will keep the shoes.' "And everybody Is satisfied. So much better than n man's Is tho way of a woman with a pair of new shoes." Her ThreaL The little grass widow and the man from the west bad dined together sov eral evenings at Balogh's, but the handsome man at the other end of the table never had looked at them once, says the New York Press. No matter how Interesting they purposely made their conversation he never batted an eye. Just sat there over his wine and his paper. "Isn't ho the handsome bruto?" whispered the Ilttlo grass widow. "And never to notice me!" "I believe," her companion whispered back, "that ho listens to every word we say. I don't believe he , .mlssea anything." "Yeu Just wait," warned tho little grass widow, "till some flno night when I cotno down hero all by myself and ask him for the salL Then see what happens!" the Urnl mountains. Washing linoleum with a solution ol glue and allowing It to dry thoroughly will rcttore Its gloss. Thero are said to bn 2.000 000 horsepower available in tho unhnrucssvd waterfalls of Wisconsin. Ohio, Vormont and Now York ham S led In tho production of maplo sugar continuously since 1850 r of the load Moro than produced in the world each yoar Is mined In the United States. A rubber pavement, latd beneath a London hotel, withstood henvy traffic for 21 years before It needed renewal Pennsylvania's anthracite coal out put of approximately 35.2C0.0OO tons for the first six months of this year eclipsed all records. Abrasion feats of the new aluminum coins with which France Is experimenting show that they wear better than gold or bronze. An Italian Engineer claims to have invented a revenlble turbine englnn that will work with equal power and speed In both directions. Honey making on the Isle of Wight has almost ceased almost to a peculiar disease that attacks the bees, making them disinclined to work has sucA Oerman manufacturer ceeded In making a satisfactory highspeed steel by using powerful Instead of tungsten metal A recently patented attachment for Is an orating device, operated from tho regular keyboard by a key which bring a bit of rubber against the ptaten and moves It up and ferro-tungsttypo-writin- g AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL No ice will be charged. The drivers will eithcr.col- lect cash or coupons. Don't expect them to credit you, for they will be charged with each book, nnd will have to account for the ice they take out lor de- livery. & & $S5 JX This, rule will not apply to soda fountains, butch- er shops, fish docks nnd other large users of ice, as their accounts will be on file at our office. y jj 2 SJ Hickman Ice 5 (INCORPORATED.) Coal Co. 0 HICKMAN MARBLE VSTMII WORKS ilrwv.nl 1 T0A ' ttuM-oui- Irilll l to DILLON, Sr, Prop. It O llniniilitf r steel clothes pole that may be removed from a base sunk In the ground whennotln use Is something new that Is designed to add to the attractiveness of the surroundings of the suburban homes. Ily the new German automatic ma chhio, a letter Is regtstared by pushing It through the silt and turning a bau die. The machine stamp the en velope nnd prints off a racolpt, which It throws out to the sonder. A down. off Wm Wslh Marble and Granite Monuments yt JRLsW' CURBING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING Hickman, Kentucky to HANDY DRAIN PIPE CLEANER Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. Rubber Hote Connects with Spigot and Outlet at Sink, Enabling Woman to Clean Sink. One of the most useful of all Inventions for the homo Is tnt drainpipe cleaner designed by a Michigan man. This not only enables a the ...ABSOLUTE SAFETY... is the basis that wc offer to depositors. Other inducements are of secondary importance. Upon this guarantee we SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE II. IlUOHANAN. 1'rnfclttil II. IlUChlMMU J. It. UWr A. THOMPSON. iWiUr T. A. IxlforU J.J. WKKOTilIM (' Hemlumnl O II TlireUoltl M If. J. M. J W Aloiaitdrr Mllblunl I Our Stock is Comolcte and I See Our Line of Summer Furniture r her: ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Drain Pip Clnr. y There are hundreds of articles in our line that are just as essential to comfort, at this season, as a straw hat or a summer dress. The items are too numerous to mention here bnt if it's in house furnishings, furniwe have it. We offer you strictly high-clas- s ture bought direct from factory, and can save you from 0 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 : 1 ' Large, elegantly designed Lace Curtains, others charge $1.50 to $2.50 a pair, our price Other prices accordingly. $1 woman to keep hor kitchen sink clean by having the pipe free, but It savs the expense which is sometimes Incurred of having the pipe cleanod by a plumber. A long rubber hose baa Its upper end adapted to be flttod to the spigot. The lower end terminates In a bell mouth which I made thick at the top to prevent Its collapsing and thin at the extremity to form a flexible Up. This Up Is fitted over the drain and held there by suction and the water turned on. In this way the full pressure of "water Is forced through the'draln pipe, flushing It very effectually and washing out all the extraneous mnttcr that Is bound to accumulate no matter bow careful a woman or her servants may be and the latter are often not careful at all. There Is also a lateral air inlet near the top of tho hoso. Reversible Turbines. turbine engines has been their Inability to run backward as well as fop ward. John Ogg of Aberdeen has Invented n form of turbine which avoids this difficulty. Tho steam enters tho machine through a hollow axle, and thence acts upon the wings of tho rotating disks mounted upon tho axle. When It Is desired to reverse the motion, a new set of disks, having their wings set at n reverse angle, are brought Into play, and by means of grooved valves the steam is projected against them, thus producing a backward motion. The roveraal of motion can be produced Instantaneously. One of tho objections urged against Millionaire Canned Goodo Hcinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Tcut (7aloNirTflpttniie u lrn In hcI of (IIMM HltlltH. KltHHII MIIATd . or KHrtliSTUKKH. Telephone 6 3 Deliveries Ledford & Randle Lose Your Money And It's Gone But if you lose your check book, we will give 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. Wc are at your service. TuRU J :p See us for ICE CREAM FREEZERS REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES PORCH FURNITURE MATTINGS, CARPETS SCREEN WIRE, Etc If you don't trade with us we both lose money. Four big rooms filled with house furnishings. You will be surprised at the extremely low prices at the His Dally "Stunt." Rameses II. was showing his royal guest from Ilibylonla through an Egyptian newspaper office. "Here," he explntned, "aro copies of our paper, all ready for mailing. Each copy Is two feet thick, weighs 800 pounds, and is made of tho finest limestone. That crowd of young men on our loft, busy with mallets nnd chisels, aro our reporters and special , writers." r "How Interesting!" cried who Is thrroiing Vx IV , "but tell m man carving grotesque hleroglyhlcs on yonder lofty plllarr' "Oh!" chuckled tho Pharaoh, "that Is tho humorist, getting up bis funny column!" Bel-Sha- St. Louis Furnishing Co. ' You can't Bhoot through some steak sold In Hickman, but that is not the man be elected kind sold by tho Hickman Grocery Can a president? Tlio question Is of person Co, If you want beter moat, glvo I at iniuresi to Air. iiarmon. them a trial; it costs C per cent less. bald-heade- d Mrs. S. M. Cavltt and Mrs. C. ore spending a few days Dawson Springs. . Mooro Itov. Wood, of Cayco, will begin n revival mooting at Rush Crook church tho 4th Sunday, so Enq. Amnions informs us. I K4 L1 ! i yji fsMtfal"iUttsflsflstssLlisBswlsflssHsHHssitaW"'' Capital and Surplus, $65, 000,00 m !,,. iUi.W.