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The Hickman courier: July 22, 1910 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 hic1910072201_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: July 22, 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. m.m i mi mi FOLKS NOW L1V1HO In Kulton county will tall you thnt " trlnt mora locnl nw limn anjr other (pnper In ttiliI Kentucky ecllon THE HieKMHN COURIER. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. (TIOE5 - A "XTST E. E KL ) A BLUE MARK HERB that your bin expired Iloimw promptly If yon want the pnpe? to corns to roti nfter this month mn Advertising OLPKBT is the Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success Grease the Rxlea of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up -- NO. IQ VOLUME ftl J'Arr.R IN WE8TLRN KLNTUOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1910. WHOLE no. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1HKI Hlt'i'1"lv"l"l"tH-H""l"l"l"MM..j.j. aula Pete Gougher Drowned. Peter Goughcr. u well know ii resit lllcktiiau, wum drouned dent of in llnmby Pond, the'mllee below sotno tlmo Tuesday afternoon. No pnrtlculnra na lo tli Mm of IiU drowning are to. be littd. The tinfortuimto man wum utone ami the cirruiiittlnncoH surrounding the will forerer remain a mjreterr An t'liipty lioiit. drifting with the wind, the barking and untie of a faithful dog were the only evidence tiiat the wutors of the take had dosed over unothor victim. Mr. Gougher lift Tuesday nt -noon with hit rod uinl gun for n few- hours IihhIImk anil Ho was exoeptloHalty fend f inMnK. of till sport mid often wm alone. Lntr Tuesday afternoon paaalHg of the vicinity board hie doc barking and were attracted to the lake. There they Mw Ike boat arming, lu It were a Halting pole, Ud up na though the ftahentKiM wm rea-dto atari homo, aud hie gen. but the orrupnnt wan not to be fONNd. The news of hU disappearance wns quickly spread ami a March Instituted. Knowing that Geeicber ktriijecl to eplleple iell, which rru-rwl hlin hulplea for a time, the truth wtu nmdlly aurwlflvd. II IumI iMfti aitucked- - by one of Umnm aalbi. Ami Ml from the boat and drowned r fiends nnd luted enea searched for .1 bourn before Uie tMMty wna reco n-Thar ui no war of Ulna wh.r to drag iimJ R waa by mereet tiitnrr that he was foona near the iiur In not over few feet of irr Finding of tit body la water of ii.ni depth wan a further Indication that deeoased felt from the beat while In a condition M WMitlonad ahut, because he wna an expert awitamer and oouVd bave mm out from ttila point. The IhmI)' ui brought ta lwn nnd Wi-H, trn-tdreel-di-iii- a 4 Revenue Agent Here. i Courier Want Column Karl C IlunUinau, State y AKent, came to Hickman yegtenluy to hnik after Pulton county's baik thxen and property owned by nsi deiiia of the county which hits not Ihm-Klven to the atmHor' He hits brought iilt ngnlnet the follow Ing HerwuiH for- bnck' tax on the iiinountH set oiiiMtelte tliHlr iinmes. In mont raaea the Inxoe bue not been paid since lW. They will be henrd be fore Judge Naylor the 9nd Mouduy - Preservina Time Is Here -- Il.VTKS One Cent per Word per Week Cmh In Advance. H I(n...4.nn4-KOIt SALD: , .,, i'H''r-MI-W- A flno cow. Williams, West Hickman. J. W lOtfc Fori SALE: AND tank for sale cheap. 200 gallon cypress H. N. Cowglll In Aniit. Men.-- ! 11 ox Co . $S&O.(H)0. f3.- Trvt( OOv Truiti-ea estate Smith Fields, eelate Elberta Peaches i will befripo next week. FOK SALE: 80 head of good stock ewes. Apply to J. P. Maddox, State Lino, Ky. 39 WANTJ2D: Horses to pasturo Apply to Leo Page, near Brownsville. Good pasture. We can furnish Fields, jmo. eve. Uiunlinii Bhermun Moulin, $3,R0o ! J I'renx, ,J(0(K) H K Ilrowder. I5.000 J no It I.uUh, J6.WM) 8 I. Deddi. 7M(H Mm J. M. ItroMder. 5.000 Mr ARM II. Dodds. 110,000 Huste NooHon. $I0,(HK) II A. Tyler. $60,000 II 11 Ureeu, 110.000. I) II WlMMiH. 1 15, WW Bondnraat & WlUon. IJ5.00O W A. all you may want for preserving, canning, etc Also have some Clingx, nice for sweet pickles. We offer ger touring car. good serviceable car at a bnrgln. See Dr. J. M. Hubbard. 2 FOR SALE: "A Victor Automobile, 20 h. p., two cylinder, four passen- 4 Elberta Peaches Best Granulated Sugar Mason Fruit Jars- Quarts gal. I . . ? . . $ .00 a bushel f6 lbs. for $ .00 1 1 TAKEN UP: Two stray black mules on tho streets of Hickman About 2 years old, no brands nor Ono horse and one mare marks. mule. Claud Hamby, Pound Master WANTED: w White Oak Logs, write us for prices. Will also buy standing Umber and white and red oak lumber. Louisville, Planing Mill & Hardwood Flooring Co., Louisville, Ky. c Im txlds. U 5,W. C. T DendHreut. fae.000. Mre A. I. Martin. It.090. Mrs. It. O. it. WhlUtll. 110.000 K U JobMMH, Admr., $10,000 60c a dozen 65c a dozen 75c a dozen . . Free Homesteads from 40 to acres land in Ala., Ark., Fla., ICO La., Quart Cans Marriage a Failure. Juaglntc from the suits filed in tie office of Circuit Clerk Morris, since the Inst tern of court, the next Uock0 t will ronpfrt jirliieiixiily of diorct'j sells Mere are a few who have tired' of uMirtRtoainl blase: llow- . . jeiiy Classes Mason Jar Tops m Jar Rubbers . . "m '"V 9 . ' . . . . . . . . .-. . . . o Urew 1'. Smith .vs. Carrie Smith. Pnallae llowdeii vs. Olnronce lAlHtmm-r.i. at the home of the tleoMxa's atoter. Virgil Hodge. abNt S M Wad Mr nraday iilRlit. Attar the taet ad rite wa performed, a funeral 'wendad IU wwy tkrowck the darkneea of nlebl lo the city ewa- ry and the body ooi4Red te the Kinve nt 9 o'eloek. Iliht ta probably the only burtfti that haa taken place in this city nt nlKht tlnoe the awful ) el low fovor epldamio a aenerallon m fHMrl MJUfiteielti-UjiHK-Ml- n ,. . . - ftitfT- l Sealing Wax . .1 . 5 quart PreservinglKettles,.. enamel ware, . . 40c a dozen ljc a dozen 25c a dozen 5c and Oc 5c a package 1 and Miss., given "away by TJ. S. Government to successful applicants Send 25c for information and application form. DIXIE HOME CO., Naran-Ja- , Fla. FOR SALE: At a bargain, a nice little bottom farm, behind tho levee, four miles southwest of town" Nice new four-roorestdenco and other outbuildings. Good road, telophono Hue, etc. Fine rango for raising stock, and will make an Ideal country homo Can be bought $10 an less than adjoining farms. Apply at this offlco. lp re rl 1 . . . . 25c Iewie vs. Kreneh Lewis. Dslella Howard vs Honey Howard. Kddlaj JobHsou vs Will Johnson Nora l'herlgo s J. U. I'herlgo Uvoraia Hemphill vs. Wnlter Hemp-bill- . BeOe W. H. Snow vs. Sarah 1). Snow M H. IlarU vs. li. T. Hard. Delta .Metbeny vs. C O Metbeny. Telepb.one JXTo. 30 Dodd Sues for $20,000. h o. ConeiilewWe alakntM. aousher wai a earpeater by The a0tty la orer at fukou. trad; bom and reared In thta city, Don't forget the moving pictures lie wa aboHt 10 yean of age awl la at the Lyric Saturday night. auntvfd by two brettwr ftnm and lf and twn aUterw Mra STrall Mrs. Mnrgref, Of St. Louis. Is ih I lent, all of llodxe mid Mm. Ja gnect ef lllckmaii rokUivee. 0 whom rftiilde In Illekwwn. UittoH CIO le to hare a school g,' I'enee to Ida aatie. pbotogiapby, with rellx Ilamer as mane ear. New whont la SelflHK at $1 a bnah-- I Hirer has been rteliw for the past That's not 0 bad. several days fcjjt will be on n stand J K. huqua nnd wife left today for today or tomorrow. Montonglo to spend n week. l. 1L Kurkendaji nnd wife, of Mm. Ilolle William, or Jackeon. U geooba. Mtae.. are vhrttlng Hickman relatives and friemlB tbta jfcek. 'he Kueat of Hickman frtenda. the flret of A Uelluw will lea Quality counla In ShlngleaRat the tMt by buying direct from our mill. next month r I.outavliie. where he will be employed In the home office - Yntci &. Kirk Shlnglo Co. of the Mengel Hox Co. I. II. (ltuutfi and firnnddBUshter. a Mum Jessie Qutten entertnlned Mls Zorn Grtibb. of PnlmerBvllle, targe number of jouiik Imlles nt Hook T.im.. httvo been vImIUiik Ilarrr this morning 1 nhonor of Mine row-el- l. Kimea nnd family uenr town. Mrs. II. T. Davla" visitor. a Chrlitlnn Women's lkrd of im. Hid. Grey On Sunday, July will moot nt the Chrlatlan Tueedny will preach, morning nnd evening, nt Church nt 3 o'clock next Dorena. Mo. All momborn nro enrneatly ttrel lo Locust drove Church, at ICxervbody oordhtlly invited to attend. ! iironont. 1'etwr j--MU-xlon- Union Meeting Sunday, of tho rain last Sun day evening the union meeting at tb Court House wns postponed until next Sundny evoutng. Tho program for tills occasion Is its follows On account JSTJL3T -- p X-JU- S 3XTo. ecial XO Subject "Are tho churches of Hicl man of ntty use?" "Why suoh n tiuoatlon nsked'' -Ilev. H. J. Golgor. "Why such a condition?" Itov W (1. Stockton. Tho tnlsston or tho Church " Itev. U. W. Uryant. "Tho Komody.HItov. A. Turklng-ton- . Closing with n short talk O. W. Wilson. by Ilev ENAMELED TEA KETTLES 25 On Sale Kev M. E. Dodd, pastor of a Padu-caBaptist Church, has filed suit against the Fulton Dally Leader and W W Meadows, J. F. Fall, It. M Chownlng, Smith & Itoach, Herbert Carr, Frank Carr, Guy Freeman, J Mllner. Lon' Jonos, Homra Bros , Snm McCall, D. T. Creedle, George Creedle. V S. Thackor, W. Y. Eaker, M W Lewis, Bob May, Guy Tuckr, Farls Nalfeh. Waltor Wllllngham, A T Church, Gus Fields, W. W. Gour Ky, J It Mllnor. Joe Hurst, W V Hughes, E. C. needs, E. L McMillan and P. O. Harris composing tho Bust ness Men's League, of Fulton for damagos. Dodd In his petition alleges ho was slandered In a recent Issue of tho Loader In tho department conducted by tho High License people in the recent local option election. Tho petition Is a lengthy one, and recites In detail tho articles In which Dodd claims ho was slandered. This is tho first suit filed as a result of the local option election, but we understand there will bo several more filed. $20-000 Pulton Goes "Dry." Whllo bands played, people snug, prayed und marched through the streets, tho voton of Fulton decided the saloon quostlou yesterday. No trouble wns had to speak of. The drjs won by a margin of 17 votes. The Louder will say that the elec tlon will likely bo contested, but some of the most reliable guntlomen of Fulton Inform us that it will not be. and that tho question Is settled for U10 presont. A big majority of tho cltlnons of tho county nro pleased with the result. Tho saloon Is ultimately a curse to any town and its surround Ing territory. Fulton will be bigger and better without the rum shop b reason of bettor citizenship. All this fuss and feathers to tho contrary i all hog wash. The revenuo question will nlso adjust Itself without the town going broke. Now, If the oppowith thr drys sition will In putting tho bootloggor out of business, Fulton will bo one of tho host little towns In tho state Corn Is growing some. Saturday Morning; At 11 O'Clock Do You c Ever When you get home with n bottle of medicine do you ever wonder how much care was taken in compounding it, who prepared it, did they use the right ingredients, and did they use the right quantity? These are quite natural questions for anyone to ask, but they are safely answered in every bottle of medicine you get here. iAine Carroll, of Mndrld Bend wns fined $1 nnd costs lu Judge Naylor's court Wednesday for brench of the pence. Tho defendant wore a few yards of bandages around his head the reeult of a little encounter with Dr John Adams, of tho samo place The people of tho Ilond nre n very conslderato lot of folks. After skinning Carroll's head, Dr. Adnms took him to his offlco und dressed his wounds. Tho doctor's kindness and unkndness wore nbout ovonly balanc ed nnd tho court did not seo fit to fine him for tho part ho played. Mrs. ELLISON BROTHERS head If the stock Is not sold, Its a cinch the boats will not stop hero, as they can only be loaded and unloaded where they hao uniform Now is tho time to do The amount necessary to make the building of tho $10,000 Mlsslsslpl Val-lo- y something. Transportation Co. wharf In this city a sure go has not boon subscribed. Our business mon will certainly LYIHC SATURDAY NIGHT; Subnot allow this proposition to go by. jects: "Over Silent Paths." "DynaTJto difference In freight rates that miting Ilulna." "Whon Reubon Comes will bo brought nbout by this com- to Town." Illustrated Song: "Whn pany's operations will savo business tho Sunrise Paints the Distant Hills men of Hlckmnn almost what thoy with Rose." Prices, 5 and 10c. nro asking of us In ono yonr. Besides this, tho very best financiers of Keep your eye on the real estate this city pronounce tho investment a good ono Why not get busy and sell bargains In this paper. It may conUils stock and let tho work go a- - tain Just whit you are looking for. Should Get Busy. J. M. Held is spending a fow days at Monloaglo. Mrs Mark Chenault. of Ilardwoll. le the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. A Noonon. Circuit Clork J. W. Morris has returned from n short slay nt Dawson Springs. Clifford Adams nnd wlfo left last night for lllrmlngham. Ala , to visit relatives for ten days. Wonder HELM & ELLISON emmrrii roTeaabtaiMaiaMrr rzZi ir ' r, SMITH & AMBERG'S BIG SUMMER ITS NOW ON! CLEARING ss SALE!! The Most Important MoneySaving Event of the Entire Year Come If You Have To Come many Miles ! It Pi D 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 high-clamerchandise 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-- BAYS 98c styles. 98c BEGINS TOMORROW, JULY 23, ENDING SATURDAY, AUG. 6 You Had 14 T BAYS SPECIALS 3 50 Everything a Advertised. SPECIALS Corsets. $1.50 Corsets, alt good SALE PRICES STRICTLY CASH Tremendous Unloading Better come Early, 7.00 Wash Suits. stylish. LAWNS At Cost and Less Below we quote you a few prices on this seasons Lawns. These goods are all Of Women s Satis Values Unheard-o- f cAnd 'Dresses 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. in Hickman White and Linen color, all new and The worth of the garments offered in this sale has never been equalled in 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 worthoPtheir money. $1 Corsets. Justrlte $1 69c at.. 69c priced under value. t Corsets to close 6.00 $1 fine Lingerie Dress 3.00 6c Lawns. Pretty Patteerns In . ors at 6c 4c Lans wall .... col- 4c 15 and 18c Lawns 20c Fancy Lawns I2.c 6c Lawn all colors 7c Batiste all colors Batiste all colors i 4c 5c 12C 8c f r Dress Goods at 75c Good material and stylishly made. 16c b& 35c Hosiery. 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 g . Hose. in 21c Ladles Fancy ... 10 $7.50 $4.50 $4.50 $3.50 Fine Mohair, Panamas and novelty weaves. AH $1 values during sale 75c In this lot are choicest weaves. $1 Shirt 3.50 Waists 25c Odds and ends slightly soiled to close 60c yards Dress Goods 40c Inthis Lot are Solid Colors Fancy weaves in Light Colored Mohairs eta, regular 60c values specially priced at 40c Rugs Rug Attractive Styles Ginghams 20c Bombay Gingham 25c Fancy Ginghams 25c Zephyr Ginghams 25c Egyptian Tissue 15c 15c Hose. 12c 19c 19c 1. w MA'- .- ilrl blue and gray Mohair Suits all this springs styles to close at 2.50 a special value. 6x9 Smyrna 830 Linen Suit at. 8.50 and 7.50 white duck and linen Suits, made plain or trimmed with lace . 50c Dress Goods at 35c Exceptional Embroidery Offerings Our entire stock going undervalue Lot Swiss and Hamburg worth from 8c Ao to 12c- $25 Rugs. 18.50 Ladles black fancy Hose, good lisle. 19c 8c Domestic. Be (jra-- o f D"r--- t ,u ci hed White Goods mi '.J.U-- Viy -- M Beautiful patterns In fine grade Ax minster. TU si ' 7.00 and 6.00 Linen color Suits to close at QOt Dress Goods 4:0c 1 Telephone 65 for Plumbing and THE HICKMAN GOURIFR 'Covtti Wttttm Xtnla-k- t UUtheVtvi" SPEER & SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Tinwork-JOH- N cotton "Is the Church . Only a Joke ?" Asks Pastor. STRIKERS RULE MILES OF RAIL GRAND TRUNK SYSTEM TIED UP BY WALKOUT OF CONDUCTORS AND TRAINMEN. Hickman's Presbyterian Jutucrlptton Till pnpT atupi SI a ' when your (inscription explrm, You icvl Tho Uourler J mt n you ilo ixntnuo ulnnipm I'nihln Adnnc. We nmkr NO sxccpUon This Is an ago of rush anil hurry; a tlwo whon moil aru "cutting out" Subicrlptlon Rates, $1.00 per year tho superflouB, the useless, tlio We bnvo no time to waste Unit bring us no with the thine profit. Every time u dollar la turned over wo expect It to yield tin increase. This la evidently the uplrU 'OTTAGE HOTEL of tho times. Tho only question Is concerning tho ability, to discriminate W. J. COOK, Prop. between profit and loss. Whon once a man In certain that an enterprise BEST Is profitable to him ho concentrates his host of forts toward tho maintain-ancof that enterprise. This is a $1 right vlow of tlio matter, to bo sure. Whllo wo recognize tho correctness of this view, we also recognize the Im-I- Nportation of Uio faculty of discrimination. Western Kentucky mean-lnglose bo added unto you." No! tho Church is not a "Joke" but a living, powerful reality. a Day House u. Mis BROWNSVILLF. Uva Wilson ha returned (rum a visit to Arkansas ami Missouri Mrs. Mattlo Harper, of Slate Lino, was tho guosl of Mr. Chas. Isbell, Wednesday, U. W, Bryant, ago about 73 year, ht homo ueax hero Tuesday aud was buried at Baruoll Ceinatury Wednesday, ilu wa au boldlcr and ono of tliu oldsat aud bust respected roalduut of thla vicinity. Deceased in survived ly a vlfu aud two chlldrcu. Ho was a member of tho DaptUt church. iJtru mv In every home where there la a baby there nbould uUo bo a bottle of McUEES BABY ELIXIR. It may bo needed at any time to correct sour stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or summer complaint. It Is a wholesome remedy, contains no opium, morphine or lujurlous drug of any kind, l'rico 25c and tOo per bottlu. Sold by Hick man Drug Co. lllttkuian Furniture Co., headijuart era for undertakers goods. J. II. HolUugswortb, of Columbus, wan hero Tuowlay on business. Fresh groceries and vegetables of all kinds at tho Hickman Grocery Co. Mrs. Hairy Throlkcld aud littlo sou bavo been visiting relatives In Unit City. Leo Jones, of Louisville, is the guest of her brother, Louis 3. Jones, and family. Mis Miss Leo Jones, owf Loulsvlee, is tho guest ofw her brother, Louis Jones, and (wamlly. T. J. Malone, Wright 1'arduo and Josh Adams, of Union City, wore on our streets Monday. Misses Ada and Eula Throlkohi, of Stato Lino, aro visiting their aunt, Mrs. Cuo Throlkcld, this woek. Ho you a golfer, motorist, or stay we can servo jolt with tho latest In footwear. RIcoXShoe 8toro. Miss Ora V. Cason, of Pittsburgh, I'a , arrived horo Saturday to visit her brother, W. M. Cason, nnd fain- Hr. P8 ffl Snapshot Photos i of the Baby Which would yon ralher have in years to come snapshots of the baby and children in all there babyhood and childhood romps, or Ihe small price that it takes to buy a camera? Think it over, chances are that you will want the camera. Come in l We will fit you out. One Dollar up. We have the most complete stock of Cameras and Photo Supplies in this section. HELM & ELLISON a - fS In tho near futuio somothlng will take place In Christendom that will open tho eyes of eomo of these blind people. Better get In line. It's too NEW ENGLAND LINES HURT late when we've wasted a life and then offer tho ragged, blighted thing Trains Through Central Vermont to the Church and to God. Cease to Run When Strike Order Goes Into Effect Both Sides What is tho manor with Hickman, Determined to Win. anywny? I learned before I over saw tho town that its people, ns a mass, did not attend Church. That's Montreal, July 20. "It is a flght to your reputation, not only at home, but every w hero you are knowu. Do a finish," la the slogan sounded by you caro that this Is your name? both tho officials of tho Grand Trunk riysteui, and thu leaders of the 15,000 Aro you willing that Just a few in emploves who are out for higher your town take the responsibility of wages. The union leaders report evmaintaining Uio most Important of ery member of the organizations afNow, tho same rule is applicable all Institutions? Wako up and rally. fected had obeyed the strlko order to tho Cliurou. Why aro our sancand that within a few hours scarcely W. G- STOCKTON, tuaries not crowded whon tho tirao a .wheel will be turning on tho G.250 comes for such? Why is thoro so miles of railway. littlo Interest in mnttors concerning "There will bo no Interference In the church? (I nuan all denominaHugh Ed Curlln was hero on busi- service," was the declaration of thu company officials. The Importation of tions ) Why do the nuns of people ness Tuosday. strikebreakers, both on tho Grand Trunk and tho Central Vermont, Is being rushed. Hundreds of men aro already at the division points to take tho strikers' places aad hundreds I ii more aru on the way. Several clashes have alrvady been reported. Railroad traffic la many cities and towns in New England Is crippled. Train schedules, both passenger and freight, are being changed, but despite efforts of the railroad officials, thousands of dollari, worth of perish- able goods will be ruined and passengers will be dulayed for hours at Junction joints. Shippers throughout Central New England are holding up their goods, of having thsm atalled. Early l fearful notices were posted slating that Makes Lower Prices All the Time gooda and live stock would be accepted only "subject to delay." On All Kinds of No trains aro running over the Qrand Trunk from Buffalo. Good, Seasonable Merchandise James Murdock of the Brotherhood of Trainmen said: "The men aro firm and we have plenty of funds for a long struggle. We are lighting for the wages set by the board of conciliation and we mean to get them." President Hayes of the road soldi "We have done all In our power to has no accumulations of overstocks to offer at reavoid trouble, and now a fight has duced prices, for the reason that at our low cash been forced on us, we will maintain the position wa bellovo to be right," prices we sell our goods as fast as we buy them, and The company now has under conwe are actually still buying trol 5.259 miles In the United States and Canada, with a capitalization of J230.000.000. The main lines are the Canada Atlantic, drank Trunk Western; the' Detroit, Qrand Haven & Milwaukee, and the Toledo, Saginaw & Muskegon. for distribution at French Strlko Postponed. Paris, July 20. Tho employes of the French railways will remain at work in spite of tho authorization of tho general strike, until now plans for ooaclllaUon, now under way, have passed the crucial point. You are invited to come and look at any time and u The meeting, called by tho stay and look as long as you like. Whether you and firemen, for late In July, Is regardod as the Important point In the buy or not we are glad to have you. threatened trouble. The railroads, howover, continue their preparaUous men to run their lines with In the event of a walkout. Tho employes who went out have returnod to work. Balloonist! Land In llllnala. enjoy verj thing else before tho Anna, 111., July 20. George Howard Church? Is thu Church of no meanPAIR ARE ELECTROCUTED ing to us? Is It not a profitable en and Walter Collins, aeronauts, of CinO., piloting the balloon Drifttorprlxe? Could we .get along just cinnati. Power Plant Superintendent at Triner, which left Hamilton, O., at 7:40 idad, Colo., Found Dead as woli without it? Is it only ,a p. in. Monday, lauded at lit. Pleasant, With Girl. "Joke" after all? If all this bo truo, III cloven miles south of this city, In we had better abandon tho whole a wheat field belonging to William Trinidad, Cglo., July 20. The dead Uilng and rolegate It to the domain Eddlemnn. bodies of Roy Keller, superintendent Their descent was mado without of the Jelagua power plant, and Miss of superfluity. mishap. Tho pilots had planned to Elizabeth Bennett, 16 years old, to Hvon somo who support tho Church remain In the air more than two days whom Keller Is said to have been endo it as if tho minister were a poor to break the record. gaged to marry, were found upon the unfortunate Being who is eu constifloor of the power plant tuted that hu 1b compelled to unload RIOT BREAKSJJP REVIVAL It is supposed that Miss Bennett accompanied Keller to the plant while on somebody, ids misornblo Hamllot-le- s While at nnd Theology, nnd who docs not Tar and Feathers for Evangelist and ho mado somo repairs. work a live wire Is thought to have Injunction Threatened Near know how to k anything oln; ond, electrocuted him and that the girl met Pittsburg, Pa. of courso to roliovo tho "poor follow" a similar fate In attempting to assist they support the church und go out Pittsburg, July 20. A Pentecostal him. now and then and listen to him "unrevival at Homestead was broken up load," but grumble if it takes him by a mob of 4,000 persons, the crowd over thirty minutes te do It nil for having become disgusted at the eight Mott'a Nervine Pills pity's sake. Has Uio chursh becomo of 40 men and women groveling for The great nerve and brain treatof no effect In Hickman? People do hours In the straw In front of the evangelist's platform. The mob turned ment for men and women, produces not "lino up" with tho Church off tho lights in tho big tent and then, strength and vitality, builds up Uio they regard it unprofitable. switching them on again, broke into syntem and renews the normal vigor. "For where your treasure Is, there tho circlo of prostrate converts. Many For sale by druggists or by mall, $1 will your heart bo also." This is a persons were hurt in tho "rush for per box, 6 boxes for $5. Hlcfcman safety. Drug Co., Incorporated. universal law which has no oxcop-UonRow E. A. Fisher, tho main exhort-er- , asked a Pittsburg court to restrain all persons from Interfering with the flowmuny of theso "non church-goersOno book "Nancy Stair," belonging meetings. Threats of tar and feathers would llko to remain In Hickman parties are being mado by relatives to Carnegie Library has been lost. If all church influences wero taken of women attracted by the evangel- Finder please return to Library. o nway? VERY FEW. Thon why ists. living u parasitical llfo roaplng tho rich benefits of that which you Stings or bites of Insects that aro novcr support, and to which you preJohn Heloner, of Knoxvlllo, Tenn., followed by swellings, pain or Itching fer everything else? It Is right to Is the guest of his .sister, Mrs. R. M. should bo treated promptly as they aro poisonous. BALLARD'S SNOW enjoy nil theso temporal pleasures, I si or. LINIMENT counteracts tho poison. if rlghUy done, "Ilut soek ya first Is both antlseptlo and healing. s It rightvisiting Miss Julia Jackson Is the kingdom of God, and His Price 25c, COc and Jl per bottle. Sold In Jaoksen, Tenn. eousness mid all theso things shall by Hickman Drug Co, -. F you are in the market for anything in the motor boating lin.e from a high grade motor boat, complete, ready to launch, to forms, we can take care of your requirea set of knock-dow- n ments to best advantage. It will pay you to see us before placing your order for anything in the motor boating line. WE ARE AGENTS FOR FERRO MARINE IN FULTON CO., KY., AND MISSISSIPPI ENGINES CO., MO. GU$ MOORE, Hickman. Ky. HAPPENINGS AT CAYCE. MIrs Eva Johnson Is on the sick 151 IS F. ACTQRY list B UP Herschell Bradley City Tuosday. was In Union EXPLOSION WRECKS ZEPPELIN BUILDING AND INJURES MANY WORKMEN. Paul Pewott was a visitor hero one night last week. Will Morris, of Fulton, visited atives here last week. rel- r QUARTER MILLION LOSS Mrs. Minnie WaUon Is tho gmst of Mrs. Georgia Allen this week. Mrs. Blanche Wright Visited her mother near Crutchfiold Tuesday : E. R. Ellison's I TrTfTTfTTVtT Miss Ethel Edmlstou was a Hick Flame Shot One Hundred Feet High man visitor Saturday and Sunday From Meter Count Unnerved by This His Latest Mrs. Alice Manees visited her sisMisfortune. ter, Mrs. Ella Stone, near Crutchfkid, Suturday night. Frk'drlchsbafen, 0rmany, July 20. Tho III fate that is following Count Zeppelin was exhibited again when the gas works of his airship plant here blew up, Injuring seven persons. The bliock was torrlflc, blowing out the walla of tho building, razing nearby cottages und nerlously damaging dirigibles in the hanger. The explosion omined about noon the gnseomcter blowing up A flami shot to a height of more thnu a bun drcd feet, setting fire to tbi- - debris. For a time tho hanger on tho lake appeared doomed. The report uroused the country for miles around, crowds "flocking to the scene. Physicians were summoned and ii field hospital was constructed. Betides the noveu seriously hurt, fully a bcore of employes wore slightly Injured. f!nnilni"nn tnn of the recent wreck of the dlrlelblc. this disaster appeared" to unnerve the count greatly. The plant was needed for the reconstrucrtck. The loss Is probtion of th ably $250.iii)o MARRIAGE CASH STORE THIS STORE Misses Mary, Alice and Pearl John sou were in Hickman Tuesday aud Wednesday the guests of Miss Eth 1 Naylor. When you feel lazy, out of sorts, and yawn a good deal In the Uayuuto you can charge It to a torpid liver which has allowed tho system to get full of impurities. HERBINE cures all disorders produced by an inac ive liver. It strengthens thai organ, cleanses the bowels and puts uio system in good healthy condition. Prlco 50c. Sold by Hickman Dtug Company. per-lehab- Ylce-Preslde-nt W. 0. W. Notice, Elm Camp No. a, W. O. V , wid have an uuvulllng ut Sassafras Rldgo on the first Sunday in August, ai 11 a. lu., assisted by tho Mabel camp Mabel Camp will also furnish dlumr on tho ground. New Summer Merchandise Still Lower Prices engl-ntn.r- J non-unio- n On the second Sunday In Augu., , an unveiling will be huld at Ban., it The following wero granted 11 ense Cemetery In the morning, and dln.it r to marry in Obion county lasj. 7eek: on the ground und an unveiling m tho afternoon at Brownsville. Af r Jena Wooton and Ola Husa. W. C. Brown aud Ora Ross. the unveiling, Rov. W. G. Stock.on, o Chaplain 7a regiment, ,U. R., S. F. Emory and Dovle Erwln. W., will deliver an address. L. S. Riley and Ltllio Jlmerson. H. W. Stiglor and Eula Donneil. All Woodmen aro requested to J. W. Adams and Myrtle Shelby. bring baskets well filled. ArUo Walker. James Romlno nnd Rupert Mathoral and Agnus Cald JOHN PYLE, Clerk well. Annlo Hendorson and Maggio Nun Doing hard work in a bent or stoopley. ing position puts a stitch in the back Herbert Spillmau nnd Mollio John that is painful. Iftho muscles h.n-- i become strained, you can't get rid son. of It without help. The great pi lit tratlug power of BALLARD'S SNUW LINIMENT will appeal to you mo t $100 REWARD $100. strongly at such tluios, beiaust it need, Tho reader. of this paper will be is tho very thing you botUo. l'riu fruli $1.00 per pleased to learn tha thero Is at least 26c ,50c and Drug Co. one dreaded disease that science has by Hickman been able to cure in all Its stages, nnd that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Out Is the only positive cure now Mrs. Van Fullor will begin te,Ui known to the medical fraternity. Ov lug school nt tho Gravos school hou tarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment tho first Monday lu next month Hnil'8 Cauurh Cure Is taken Internal S. M. Nalfeh and wife left Wedn ly. acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the systom, there day for Chicago and oth r pou by destroying the foundation of tho They will bo gone about ten dajs and giving the patient disease, ulrencth by building up the constltu tlori and assisting nature in doing its owe work. Tho proprietors havo so much fa'th in tho curative powers that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars sv 1, 1 for any case that It fans to cure, Send for list of testimonials. LICENSE. &mmmgzm ''' Cleaning and Pressing Schmidt. o Mrs. Hardy Llgon, of Union City, has been visiting her paronts, J. J C. Bonduram nnd wife. Capt .Koger and wife, of Pnducah, aro hero tho guests of Mrs .Kogor's sister, Mrs. R. M. Isicr . Misses Bottle DcBow and Ruth El llson nnd A. E. Owen nnd Rbt. Do Bow snent Sunday nt the hitter's homo near Union City. s, " JUDGE WISE. Business Philosopher. safe-guard con-tlnu- rela-Uvo- Ask tho man who wears clothes "Constant vigilance Is a mado by Schmidt and ho will tell against burglars," says the Judge, yeu who 1b going to mako his fall but a good reputation is tho only suit. Schmidt of course. hope against bad bargains. The Hick-ma- n Drug Co. makes good in every We meet you half way as to prices and don't tack on a few cents transaction " oven if you look as though you could well pay it, E. C. Rico's Shoo storo. &iiMmzrA f I , -- I I ;S P I t rt U1 .t,4.4-)....--4..4--l- r- - ,&: 5c I SfifeJ Heard On the Streets REO. WHEAT WANTED We Business Directory -- ASK FOR RATES- - (Iri.ln. Ilujr. nnii nroln the tunrkel for nil Idndnuf estM-clnll- Whrnt REDUCTION p TrT A B K9 rafl II 11 il iOJaMRtWMTft TTTTTT T TTTTTtT tTttTtTTTT I Try It Ilka It WOODLAWN DAIRY. A. H, Leet, Prop. on reitMinnlile terim. Ordrri for Klolir, Mrnl. llrnn niul nil klmti j( Kent HtuIT flllrtl ou ihort notice. Carrlo May Hold la visiting In the country Sam Salmon New Madrid. Best of Milk and Butter dellvurud. Homo Phone No. 27. McMURRY & FLAT Attorneys at Law Office over Hickman Drug Company Hickman. Ky. BETTEH8WORTH &. PRATHER Groceries City Delivery; both phoues No. 28. "Best of Ever; Ming" COURIER REALTY COMPANY Phone No. 21 has returned from R'm ei cfJ V Da hnke-Walk- er Milling Co. SfflSa 1ft Inik Jrl Vif iTiiiiiiicij AM 111141 tf t r aV v! I H I fjpl LADIES I Wash Suits d &MbUVl DIRE DISTRESS. . r El! Slf IHHBHHHHHi l H I Horn to tho wlfo of Dun Harrison, July 14, a toy. Telephone 183 for your wants tho grocery lino. Caao & Son. In J. . Oroocl, Vct s-- Home l'lion LIJ-- L mn It' 202 guaranteed Taney Patent. Try a sack. Case & Son. Phono 183. A new drink a dlfferont drink I r. Pepper" at Helm & Ellison's. PROSPECTOR ENDS Range. LIFE Ipl J- LV- Mlftrrlihmif I I Body Is Found, With a Little Metal In pockets, In Snow of If yo'fowan; to buy a farm or town property, call at tho Courier offlco. Dresses I W, ' The best flour In Hickman at Bettcrsworth ttler's. Excellence Bulto's & Pra- When Schmidt makes you a suit ho keeps it pressed FREE for two months. SEE PRICES IN SHOW WINDOWS Suite's Excellence flour Is positively guaranteed by us, Bettcrsworth & Prather. Mr x-- r w Miss Louise Jonos has returned to Hopklnsvllle after a visit to Mtwt BB Mab.l Wilson. Miss Dottle Davidson and visitor. Miss Mattie Cnrr. are visaing at Woodland Mills. INCORPORATED "CANNON MEANEST MAN" House OUR HANDSOME AND ACCOMPLISHED FRIENDS. Following are tho names of as handsomo and scholarly lot of people as we have over seen anywbero. Paste this clipping in your hat and you will ha,vo a ready reference list of the best folks on earth. Of course they tako the Courier wouldn't lo without It and have "got right" since our last report: Mrs. U. II. MaguesB, City. Mrs. Lucy Irvine, Long Beach, Cal. Dr. J. C. Morris, City. A. F. Oliver, City. Jno. W. Davie, Wastilngton, D. W. T. Sudberry, City. II. W. Whipple, Route 1. Miss Maude Stahr, Mtssouln, Mont. J. B. Metts, Mars ton, Mo. U. A. MurohUou, Cuy"co . J. R. Brown, City. Louis Woalharly, City. R. R. Shaw, State Line. Momi Barkett, City. Hollls Kirk, City. J. W. Rouey, Olty. W. F. Burnos, CHy. Mrs. J. W. Henderson. Tunica, Miss. W. P.. Stephens, Shaw, Miss. Mrs. Sarah Stahr, Missoula, llonu J. A. Oliver, Cairo, 111. It. E. Brlce, City. Cue Throlkeld, City. S. D. Jackson, Oak ton. Harry Throlkeld, City . J. II. Webb, City. Miss N W. Luton. Routofi-t- . J. V. Royor .Bayouvlllo, Mo. Lee Poyner, City. M. J. Campbell, Moscow. W. A HInshaw, City.. Henry Pollock, City . Brent Vaughn, City . John Burtchett, Route 2. J. B. Williams, Crutohflold. Jno. W. Campbell, Fulton. Frank Thompson, City. Mrs. J. W. Bland, City . Mrs. J. W. Harncd. Adams, Tenn. W. II. Jackson, Oklahoma City. Miss Jessie Green, Route l A. I. Owen, McKonzlc, Tenn. S. 0. Latta, Dyersburg, Tenn. J. W. Matthews. Route 1. Sam Crenshaw, Woodland Mills. T. Harpor, Routo 1. S. N. White, Brooksville ,Fla. J. B. Bruer, Routo 2. A. J. Wiley, City. B. N. Harnett, Routo 2. W. E. Ramos, Pond Creek, Okla. J. U. Luten, City. O. A. Townoend, Routo 1. Hardy Wilson, City. W II. Badgar, City. W M. Bsckiunn, St. Louis, Mo. MUs Callsta Mcnn, Brownsville Tonn. Mlfts Mariana Cox, has returned to Fulton after n visit te Misses Mabel Wilson and Bottle Dollow. It Is Near at Hand to Hundreds of Alabama Congressman Calls Rebels, Cowards and Hickman Readers. Iconoclasts. I) if' r M '. i f It S J; Uu Columbus, Ga., July 20. "Speaker Don't neglect an aohing back. Cannon Is tho meanest man Ood ever Backache Is tho Kidneys' cry for permitted to live," said Congressman Clayton of Alabama, speaklug here on help. Canuonlstn before a convention of Nolect hurrying to tholr aid. Means that urinary troubles follow merchants from Georgia, Alabama and Florida. Dlru distress, dlnbets, Drlght'B dis"Of course," Clayton continued, "I ease. mean Cannon Is the meanest man no- Mrs. G. B. Walker, Catlot St., & lltlcally. but mean as he Is, 1 think he 1 am is better than tho Insurgents." Broadway, Hickman, Ky., says strong ondorser of Doan's Klduoy Three-WorWill Set Aside. Pills and firmly bellovo that it It Richmond, Va., July 20. In tho suwero not for thorn, 1 would now bo a preme court of appeals of Virginia the confined Invalid. The pains in my will of the lato George T. Smith, buck wero so sovero that I could which is composed of the three words, hardly stoop and to straighten was "Everything is Lou's," was held to bo equally as difficult. My head often Invalid, and a writ of error was grant- ached and at times I became so dizzy j e(J to Samuel H. Smith, appellant. u. amuu, appenee. agaiuai that I could hardly stand. My health will offered for probate consisted in of rapidly declined and I was in a crit- but three words on the page of a book ical condition when a friond advised Issued by the Southern Railroad comme to try Doan's Kidney pills. Al- pany to its emploes and meant for though I had almost despaired of keeping records on trains. The error getting relief, I procured a box at assigned Is the action of the probate Helm & Ellison's Drug Storo and the court of Alexandria In admitting such results of their use wero remarkable. a paper to probate. In less than three weeks I Mas reAmerican Engineer Shoots Mexican. stored to good health and kldnoy com Monterey, Mux., July 20. Francisco plaint had been removed from my Cautu, general foreman of the National railways at Paredon, Coahulla, was system. wounded by shot For sale by all dealers. Prlco GOc dolph and seriously American civilRanenHarrison, an Fostor-MUburCo., Buffalo, N. Y., gineer at Paredon. Harrison, who Is solo agents for the United States. employed by the railroad, was arrestRemember the name Doan's ai d ed. take no other. Murdered for Price of Drink. Chicago, July 20. A quarrel over Members of Thomas Garth Chap- - lae payment oi a unua. reiuueci in tor of the Daughters of the Aineri-!h- e been Gus Seefeldt, 45flUvpp0"1,Mtoue years can Revolution will meet with vlctlm was attacked ,Ker he had been Emma Garth Stephens next Monday knocked down by three men al 3 o'clock. The officers of this or- - loon. . gnnlzatlon are as follows: Mrs. Em-- 1 500,000 Feet of Logs Burn. ma Garth Stephens, Regent; Mrs. Seattle, Wash., July 20. Fie hun- Emma Stephens Tyler, Vice Regent; dred thous!iJili feet ,ogs that have Mrs. Ine Garth Luten, Chaplain; Mrs. boen cul and were ready for doverj Mattle Ware Prathor, Registrar; Miss jjave been destroyed by a forest flro Virginia Stephens Luten, Historian; now raging near Tolt, In this county. Mrs. Mabel Garth Travis, Secretary-- ; Miss Ruth Lee Ellison, Treasurer. Tho Courier's "Want Column" Is Case & Son make prompt deliver- sure to find you a buyer. Costs lc for each word. Try IL ies. Phone 183. 1 d n Miss Mabel Adams, formerly here in the telephone office, arrived her Sunday from Milan, Tumi., to villi Mlee flattie Bnlhird. Gus Will sell that placo and gut you another. No business, no pay. Steamboat Springs, Colo., July 20. The body of n disheartened prospector, tJiuufclil to hau bceu Henry Her-ge- t, HICKMAN TURNlTURE CO. probably of Providence, R. 1., was Funeral Directors and Embalniers. found In the perpetual scow of the Gore mountain range. Phono SO, night or day. Hickman, Ky. It Is believed the man committed suicide after falling in his quest and, walling too long, being overtaken by DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. the heavy snow and cUht v. It bout entlat bedding, tools or food. A revolver Davidson's old stand. Phone No, X. was found by the std of the body. Hickman, Ky, A llltto gold was founJ In the man's potktU. The body was brought here. ORAY'8 BLACKSMITH SHOP Two Cup Dtfendrri Sold. (Huniiker'a Old Stand) New York, July XO. The published Lowest prices for horseshoe lug. list of yacht talrt shows that In the Wood and Iron Work. last few day two of tho famoua cup defenders have changed baodi. The HICKMAN HARNESS CO. great Volunteer, which lucreufullr A. J. Wright, Manager. defended the American cap agalnit tho ThWtle in U8T. was sold by Capt. Makers and Dealers In Harness. comBarr to the Marine Repair Work a Specially. pany, while the Ilronso yawl Vigilant, which defendod tlm cup from the Valkyrie 111 In mi. was sold to J. A. MeAHUter of Now York, by W. K. Ue-ll- u of the New York Yacht club. We arc Agents for the If you feel "bleo." "No neoount." Moore axd wife left Saturlaity, Md a good eleanlng out day evening for Chaffee, Mo, where IIHUHI.VK la tho right thing for that Mrs. Moore will vfstl several days. HtrtHMe. It rtlmulntee the ltrer, toeea Mr. Moure returned Wednesday. up tho stem&ch and iHirffles the u OLDEST Insurance Companies in Hickman They are companies that have been here longer than any ot Ii your property intmed? It it toe late when the alarm sounds to think of a policy. a guaranteo all plumbing and tin- Prlee Me. Sold by Hiekman Drug Co. ning I do. If tho ork don't come up right and I can't you wo will cheerfully do tho Job over Fall and wlntor samples are here. Jut like any other plumber. Cotton Schmidt, tho tailor. I out-tSk bowelH. Do it NOW R. T. TYLCK, Agent LAUNDRY -- AT- Bradley & Parliam's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices M. lute- Over i Power Don't criticise your doctor because medicine prescribed by him fails to have the desired effect. The prescription may have been Rood, but the ingredients dispensed poor. Give the doctor a fair show by taking his prescriptions to a drufjr;ist who makes a point of dispensing only pure drugs of right potentcy drugs that have the power to overcome illness , Tested drugs only are used here, nnd skilled pharmacists do the compounding. You should have the best procurable when combating sickness. Illness - ta.iv tV"' "1- -i mvv e7. J m. -- ..'.. i' yr: qiiWi 'Mmt?",i imr"iTai,TiirTMr(,-Trvjmmtr,'K,fI Ill MB MiiMfca r -- w! - in - yu -- 'sx ujhjs V'TiT.fi' 1:1 mm a-5i- a -- jvaB3E kiSi&V'A j L . Smart; Conservative HARVEST OVER It's the best of wisdom to paint your property in the fall and protect It against winter storms. House, barn, fences, implements-- no matter what you want to paint-s- ome one of Sherwin-William- 'vrrs'" 7?v5u. .ii s Paints will do your work better and at less cost than any others. If you want a good job that will save money for you come in and talk it over with us. m vr TIME TO PAINT A MM h: Stato of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County. ss Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho Is senior pnrtner of tho firm of F. J Chony & Co., doing business in tho City of Toledo, County and Stato nforesald, and that said firm will pay tho sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ovcry en bo of Catarrh that ennnqt bo cured by the uso of Hall's Catarrh Cure FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before mo and subscribed In my presence, this Cth day of December, A. D. 188C. A. W. Gloason, Notary Public (Seal) Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, and acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., To-k'd- BOTH. A. E. Anderson & Co. Suits have the air of Quality, and the quality of refinement. If you like the style pictured above, we can show it to you in any number of distinctive, handsome patterns, and we can show you many other styles with a wide range of clever patterns in each. The best made clothes in America. Sack Suits (three piece). Two Piece Suits Pants (carried in stock) from $17.00 to $35.00 $16.00 to $35.00 $1.50 to $6.00 CowgiU's Drug Store (Incorporated) TTYTTTYTTTYTTTTt TTTVYT V? WHY NOT TRY 1 Popham's I Lightweight and breezy Furnishings to meet your every need. And we've the right outing wear for all occasions. A8THMA REMEDY O'vea prompt and ponltlvo relief In evory ease. Sold by Tho Hickman Drug Co, prlco 1. Trial package by mall, 10c. Willlnms Mfg. Co., Props., Clovoland. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAAAAAJlAAAA Hiekman Hardware Company Inc Tako Hull's Family P'lla for Ohio Sold by all druggists, 7Cc. Bradley & Par ham It your groceries have not proven entirely satisfactory try trading with. C. II. 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IN HAVE SOUTH m I- - LEGISLATURES BUSY IN GOTTEN THE MATTER. k&&& &&$& &C&&& To keep cool and comfortable with this hot weather Keep in a good Temper, 2. Bathe as much as you can, 3. Don't eat meat mote than once a day, 4. Don't rush, move with deliberation, , 5. Don't watch the thermometer And come around to our fountain for a really delicious Soda about twice a day. Gaol drinks we have in bountiful variety and cool they are, not only because they are served ice cold but be cause they arc comqosed of ingredients cooling to the system. Our Soda is cooled by scientific refrigeration so is always at the same temperture and best of all our service is prompt and cheerful. Did ou see that poach In Rloo'a window Mrs M. K. MoNoll lost n valuable mule by lightning last week. Mrs. M. E. MoNoll has boon In Fulton. Mr Atherton, the furniture man of Moscow, was In town on business. visit-In- g Taxes for School Purposes Show That Adequate School Accommodation Are Provided. A bulletin preWashington, D. pared by Prof. Hdwnnl M. Blltutt of the Unlturally of Wlscunslu and In sued by tho United States bureau of education, hu)s, with special reference tu tchool building and sites In ua South: Tho most obvious evidence of the expansion and growth of public education Is to be found In the number of loglslame moasuros Intended to provide teadlcr :soans acd larger re bourcos for securing hotter and ade o,uato material school uccottimodutlons With few exceptions, these measures have been included under the heading of local bonds and Indebtedness. Tho omission of legislation of a special and local character from the present classification dens not permit detailed presentation of the ery large number of measures enacted In tho Southern states authorising the let)-inof taxes or the contraction of Indebtedness by particular communing for the purpose of building aul equipping net, public schools. In fact, though, the Utter mta. . are in themselves a sign of the and euthuslaum with which the Jwiith Is attacking Its education problem C.--- her daughter, Mrs. Mlnulo Adams 9, ) 2 9 9 Q n Wednesday. Don't forget that the big clothing store is on Clinton street. McCul-lougIlros. & Clark. trade-mark h Howaro of substitutes woo that our Is on your plumbing und tinning Jobs. John Cotton. Save from $1 to 2 per thousand on your shingles by buying direct from our mill. Yates & Kirk Shtnglo Co. The Hickman Fur. Co. will sur prise you in tbo matter of low pricos and good goods. Don't tako our word but come and see for yourself. If wo don't sell your real estate, It doesn't cost you a cent If we do. It only costu you 2 per cent. Tho Courier Realty Co. .we, a . Helm r- & s Ellison reapportionment will follow the new census and speculation is rife as to whether the membership of the house will be Increased above 381 or cut down by making the apportionment basis more than 104,000 as now. The House Is now- an body and there may bo a movement started tu cut down the number of members even lower than at the present time. - g ' ! ; Several of the leading merchants now havo on summer reduction sal.-nnd there hnB never been n better time for customers to visit the Hickman retail market. All kinds of bargains can bo secured and r great saving mndo by those who have the money to lay in their supplies. Cuts of from are to one-hal- f being made, not only in this season's goods, but in many staple articles In the stores. one-fourt- h tSiHCnjafc Sk&inSL $&& ini-prave, $li3&QM SidGg& tfTIIYS nfiii hhi You can get REO at Helm & 100 acre farm to tell Kennedy. SYWy i M t 1 t m Screens JkJSTJD- SCREEN t r ,41 Misses Margaret Sanders, of May-fielKntherine Smith, of Dana, Ind.. G0MPERS GETS AGREEMENT and Sallle Wright, of l'aducali, are Warfare With Duck Stove A. nana the guests of Mrs. I). II. Wilson. Company Ends. and Mrs. Mollte Mrs II K. Cow-gil- l Cincinnati, Ohio. A peace pact of Prettier will serve cream for tho bene great Importance to organized labor fit of the Episcopal church at Mrs and to the country as well was arCowglll's residence this (Friday) ev- rived at here between officers of tnc American Federation of Ijbor on one ening from G to 10. side and members of tho Store Found-orNational Defense Association on tho other. The effect of tho agreement is to sad the bitter warfare between the Federation of Labor and tho Iluck Stove & Kanfie Company of St. Louis. The association and tho stove company, through Its representatives here, announced their withdrawal from the prosecutions aicalnst PresMeat Campers. John Mitchell and Sccrotar) MorrUon of the American Federation of labor In th contempt cases now pending against them. Whether the appeai of these men from Jail sentences Imposed upon them for alleged violation of an In Junction shall hi fouiht to a finish In the supreme court Is said to rest now Wlckershsm. with Attorney-Genera- l Until the meeting of the official! of the Duck Stove Company nnd labor of flclals In St Louis, it will not bo known whether the company Is to become a union shop Vice-Preside- Fa cry pair built on custom order by bench bocma leers who arc never satisitd, who arc alv.:)s trying to who find fault with their own , who will n$t touih leather or mntcriaU that arc not the best. H wmm &r&& A $irMv& &dG&& man's shoe that defies criticism custom mark ur Worth el rnejf Svrarts Shoo Company sv. IjTjVIS. u. s. a. Sprinkling Rates FOR 1910 The sprinkling rntc for the season, begin ning May 1st and ending November 1st, 1010, in residence section, is BABY KILLED BY SNAKES IxJL I& Fulton p 1 .$ Ji &smg COMMISSIONER'S 8ALE. W DODDsl COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Circuit Court, Kentucky. I f H f.o V- - Inez, Stella and Elgls Henderson, Defendants, Equity. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at tho Muy term thereof, 1910, In the above cause, for the sum of Ono Hundred Eight Dollars, with Interest at tho rate of six per sent per annum from the day of until paid, and costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door In Hickman, Kentucky to the highest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on the 8th duy of August, 1910, at 10 o'clock, a. in., or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit of six months the following described property, Beginning at a spike on the west line of tho quarter section Jennings and Scotts corner pointers Poplar 280, 281, 282, 258, 259, 2C0. 2CI, 202, south of oust 10 links Hickory north 2C3, 270, 271, 272, 273, 274. 276, nnd west thirty threo links Ironwood east 27C, all In Block No. 2, In East Hick-inniof north 44 links, thonce south l',& Kentucky. dogrees west, C4 polos to a stake In Or sufficient thereof to produce the tho Kentucky and Tonnesseo Hue, sums of money so ordered to be pointers Whito Oak south cast 10 inado. For tho purcbaso price, the links white Oak south west 15 links, purchaser, with approved security or small Gum north 28 links, thence securities, must oxecuto bond, bear- east ou the statu line 90 poles to a ing legal Interest from the day of large branch, thenco northwestorly sale until paid, and having the force with said branch to Scotts and Jenand effect of a Judgment. Didders nings Hue, thence west on said Hue will be prepared to comply promptly CCV.- - poles to the beginning, contain with these terms. ing 2C acres more or less, .and bolng run J. It. MILNEIt, Com. 1 tho west part of tho south Elizabeth Kelsor & Etc., Defendants By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rend, ered at tho May torm thereof, 1910, in the above cause, for the sum of Eighteen Hundred und Fifty Dollars with iuterest at the rate of six per cent per annum from tho Uth day of October, 1005, until paid, nnd costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for aulo at the Court House door in Hick man, Ky., to the highest bidder, at PUULIC AUCTION, ou tho 8th day of Aug., 1910, nt 10 o'clock a. m., or thereabout, (being County Court day) upon a credit of six months the folt: lowing described property, No. 13C us same is known and Lot designated on the plan or map of Old Hickman, und Lots Nos. 278, 279. to-wito-wi- t: f, Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. Susie C. KelBor, plaintiff, against J Jennings, Plaintiff, against ning east and wost tho full length of quarter of tho south east quarter of Sec. 31, T. 1, K. 5, W. and conveyed by W. E. Wright and wifo to J. I Jeiinlngs Dec. 20th. 1901, and of record In Deed Book No. 23. page 411 In tho Fulton County Clerk's office. Or sufficient thereof to produce tho sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved securlty"or securities, must exocuto Bond, bearing legal Interest from the day of salo until paid, and having tho forc and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. J. R. MILNER, Com. Alleged Colored Girl Lowered Child Into Old Well. New Orleans, La. Suspected of having lowered a white Infant into an old well, wherein was a nest of venomous snakes, Luclnda Richardson, an 11 negrcss, is now being search year-oled for by the authorities in ronec tion with tho death of llttlo Louisa Parr, a whlto child, body was whose swollen, found in a well In tho rear of tho shack ia which the negro family lived The negrpes and the Parr family lived In adjoining places There had been bickering between the two families and in this neighborly warfare the little colored girl is said to have taken an active part, even to the ex tent of warning tho mother of the white child to koep the little one from the colored yigd or "something would happen." The last that was seon of the little white girl was whon she crawled through a chicken hole Into the negro ynra. she was mined shortly afterward. Search was Instituted. Finally the searching party opond a well In the negro yard and a water moccasin snake crawled out. Thero were ae eral moro snakes In the well, nnd they were dispatched. Then tho body of the little child was found beneath tho surface of the 2 foet of water In tho hole. Tho corpso was marked by the fangs and was badly swollen Tho arrest of the negro girl was ordered at once, but It was found that she left two hours before. d fang-marke- d 50 foot front and under . . . $6 $6 8c for each additional foot. Business house rate, each door This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. Incorporated : JJ -- Hickman Furniture Co. INCORPORATED- STEARNS & FOSTER MATTRESS r Special Sale Its absolute com fort and whole rest- - for 30 Day We wish to close out some Tho school per capita for the State has been fixed nt $4, the samo us last year. The school census shows that tho numbor of white school chil dren lii the Stato has gained, whllo the number of negroes Is about tho same as last year, tho dlfforonco being very slight. The total number It is estimated that 385,940 acres of school shildruu In the St to. both nro planted in tobacco in Koutucky white and colored, Is 745,735. this yoar as against 3C5.44C acres In Regular services at the Methodist 190!), an Increase of 30,000 acres. Tho Church Sunday morning ut 11 o'clock reports from somo countlos uro very by the pastor, Rev. G. W Wilson. dlHcournglng whllo other counties reThere will lie no sen ice at the ev- port thnt plants wore nover sot out ening hour on account of the union under moro fuorable conditions and meeting at tho Court House that they wore strong nnd havo grown Tho Infant child of Ed Kills und won una nromiHo record yields A wlfo died Monday. bout half tho acreage In whlto Uurley.J July, Newark, N. J Frozen to death In mid July, with the temperature hovering nrnund 90 dogrees, was tho fate of Paul Sorrente. Sorrente was overcome by the Intense hoat of his work and a physician advised placing Ice about his head. Eager friends took the advice too literally and placod large cakes of Ice about his head, nock and, limbs Tho young man's family recalled the physician, who that his patient had been doad some tlmo. Examination showed that too much Ice had nclually frozen tho man. In Froien giving construction. make the Stearns & Foster best of all for inducing dreamless, healthful sleep. We ODD PIECES and will make you a price on them that ill tell them. PRICES VERY Surprise You We also wish to say that our regular line was never better than it is now, and prices are lower. We arc the leaders good in Goods NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE Uoputy Sheriff Plnls Clark was up Oco Harris and T. T. Swaytio spent from the Uond on business Wednes Wodmwduy In Union City. day. . .Miss Xnltn Dodds has been on tho An examination of applicants for appointment to State University will sick list this week bo held nt the Court House next Frl J II Proow Is building n four day nml Sntilrilnv. .Iiilv "O m.,1 in room residence for Lnn Dnvls In tho Dora M, Smith, Co. Supt, Honry Addition V