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The Hickman courier: July 28, 1910 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 hic1910072801_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: July 28, 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 L1YIN0 will in Kulton countyprint irii juu that ye tlinli :...,. kw'uI an other wiperm tlili nra THE HieKMftN COURIER. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. A BLUE MARK mnm that HERE your baa expired Itenew promptly If you want the pnpr to come to you after thti month I. nlwrtising is the Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon up tht Hill of Success. NO. Ill VOLUME Ml 01 DEBT rAPKR IN WKBTERN KKNTDOKT Crease the Riles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1910. WHOLE ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1HKO XO.aulS TEDDY DECLARES IS HANDS OFFiBURN NEGRO AT STAKE NO HAD A8SAS8INATED AN OFFICER WHO WA3 AFTER HIM. Live Stock Inspectors "l r $ V'l HE WILL TAKE PART IN NOMINATIONS. At Utlca Col. Roosevelt Will Make Mob Dragged Him at Heels of Fast First Political Speech, Defining Hit Horse Poured Oil on Nude Attitude. Oody and Touched Match. Bolton, Texas. Henry Ogntry, a negro, who tried to cuter the home of a widow hurt), was fired on by her datuchlwr and later returned to the pln with a shotjrHn and ktllej Con stable Jim Mitchell, then lied luto the country, wna captured by a ponse, brought to town in nu automobile, draaxed through the streets and burned at Iho atako on thw public aguare. Hrtdsy iHornlas about t o'rhtck the aocro, l yoara old, altompttHl to t lato the hosae ef Mrs. Ijimb, a widow, who lives with her danghtor. Tht dasKh!or anw tho utwo, nud shot at him, mUiIhk'. and tbn negro! nta away. 7'lRhborit (oltijAonwl to Constable; Jim Mltehoil. He answprwl the call. hot could nod no onu. A pslr of boos sad a hat worn found beneath a window. Mitchell then got to make a further search. Apparently wallo he wna away the nettro bad returned with a shotgun. The aeRro shot him from bohlnd a tree, bitflag him In the back. Mitchell fell from his horse and lived only a few riIrhIos, but told before dying who dM tho kill I nit. Word went out and all available aus tomobile were put into use and hurried to the scene, determined on avenging; the death of a faithful officer, killed in tho discharge of hit duty. Sheriff D. C Hurkes, his deputies and loo cltliena surrounded the field. They could not tee the negro, but closed In on the field and came across him ahut h.lf a across. He wss called on to surrender and refused. Two well aimed ballots from the officers' pistols caused him to surrender. A cltlsen threw n rope around hli neck and he was quickly dragged to tho open. One of the automobiles rashetl to tho olty, and some one fired two shoU aa an Indication that they had him. and tho crowd In town went g-blood-bounds oltl-son- Prices Slashed.... ' Rgwic Oyster Bay, N. ve.t announced Mutt ho (low Hot In- U il trjlng to dictate nemlatkoa for the fall election. I want It distinctly understood that I shall take no nan, lit Momtaallonit anv whore," was tho way the put IL This announcement uf the goes aa to every tint and aa tur.al fight, even tu the govMraoraalp cf Nov? York. In an iMarvtew Uat week bo wi o.ueted aa My tmc that I shal pick iha xotrornor of Now York ea Hut Monday he laid iMMpbaabi en his Inclination tu tbe others do ":e nominating. Ho will coNttoae to ' . d conferences with the state polltl-a leaders and "aouad sanllincat, ' Imi ever, at a ts j.lrklng out candtdhle. i. ait o he aays. Vra asked if ha had a unabiat in t nd fur tbe gotoraorshujt, tho earresident maintained a spkyax-ltkspruce. 'My brother-in-law- , Dowlai IteMa en, and lila oa, ty nephew, Tlww dcr Hoblmon. Here down to ie we. My bMther-ilaw U a Member of tho Herkimer county gniage aa4 alio a ji. amber of lav oswioltiee of la grange whleh it anaagtar for the grange picnic to be aM at title a at thri end of AugtuL awl ha raw to extend to me the ewtRMlttt' Invitation to apeak at tan nteato a ad 1 accepted ' N order to clean up and make room for Fall stocks, we offer lt , e special values in all summer goods. Our showing of men's attire embraces so wide and remarkable a range of selection that you must pay a personal visit to this store in order to really appreciate the chances for have economy. Whether it's a hat, shirt, or even a tie-- we prepared special values for you. Remember, also, our standard of excellence adds special interest to everything offered you. we make astounding reductions on-ne- inspectors, working under the State law, which has as Its object the stamping out of tcabbles iii sheep, is planned by M. C. Ilnnkin, Commissioner of Agriculture, and probably will be organized. The purpose of the school U to teach tho Inspectors what they must do to stamp out the dlsenue. Mr. Itankiu wants a Government expert to come to Kentucky and give Instructions lu tho handling of diseased sheep lo the Inspectors and believes that ho will be able lo arrange It. A school for livestock s W. 0. W. Notice Elm Camp No. 3, W. O. W., will havo on un oiling at Sassafras Ridge ou the first Sunday In August, at 11 a. in., assisted by the Mabel camp., Mabel Camp will also furnish dinner ou the ground. On the second Sunday lu August, an unveiling will be held at Harnett Cemetery lu thu morning, and dinner ou the ground and an unveiling lu the afternoon at Brownsville. After the unveiling, Hev. W. G. Stockton, Chaplain 73 regiment, U. R W., will deliver au address. W. O. I A and strictly up-to-da- te Dress Shirts All Woodmen are requested bring baskeU well tilled. JOHN PYLE. Clerk. to -- i GOMPERS Warfare GETS AGREEMENT A. With Duck Stove trwiMfOHj A Rang peace part of Cincinnati. Ohio.--creat Importance to organised labor and to the roantry aa wall waa ar rived at hero between officers ef tne Amoriran Federation of Labor on one aide and member of tbe 8tee Found era' National Defease Association on the other Tbe effect of tbe agree-Ken- t is to end the bitter warfare be- wild. and tbe tween 'be FXieraltoa uf Aa aoon aa he waa brought to tho Iljck Htove S. Company of SL city and when the public nquarn was Lou I a reached, another ropo wna thrown Whether tho appeal of these men around his neck and he was dragged from Jail lenteotna (Mooned Hm around tbe public srjttsre. nude, beem for alleged rtotathaa of an Ih hind a horse in a dead run to a spot junction ahull be fought to a anlsh la where wood, coal oil, etc., wero In the supreme court Is said to rest now readlncM. The match was applied Wlckerabaas. with Attomey-Oenera- l and the negro burned. I ntll the mooting uf the etAclftta of the Duck Store Company and labor MEMBERS OF MOB ACQUITTED In St. Louis. It will not be known whether the company la to be- Judge Deplores Sentiment Favorcome a union a hoy. ing Mob Law. Cairn. III. "Wo find tho defendants INFLATED not atillty." This was the verdict ren STEEL COMPANY derod In the mob case, ending the trial Cap- of the twelve men charged with the Property Worth 17,679.380, While attack on tho Alexander county jail ital Is $27,000,000. on tho night of February 17 last. New Work. A ropori of appraisers The court room was crowded when ah wing that the assets and properties the verdict waa brought In, nnd after Cow-psnof 'ho bankrupt Southern Steel It was road Judge Duncan addressoJ are the crowd, atntlng that he found an capitallied at wcrth $;.70.aS0 was filed lu the unhealthy sentiment In Cairo, many court. believing that mnb violence law Is Moreau has denounced the 137,000,-00- snwetlmos justifiable. rcuri .nation plan aa "Iniquitous "That Is wrong." ho sold, "under ai ' erne and has aikod that It be set no circumstances does mob law hotter aside as fraudulent and void. He conditions." claims that the stockholders were In the dofondnnts and JuAn ftoon formed that the assets of the old com rors left tho court room thore waa an pany were worth $17,000,000. but the exebaago of congretiilAtlons, nnd then report of W. M. Uronncr and W. W Iho defendants piled Into n big Bhlrllnr, tha appraisers, proves tho and paraded through tho contrary. streets to cclchrnto their nqulttal. Fur or Straw Hats AI1 Low Shoes Kov's Knee Hants Men's Trousers, etc. . In Honor of Visitor Ou Friday morning, Miss Powell, of Corydon, Ky., who Is the guest of Mrs. II. T. Davis, was the hunoree of a Hook party given by Miss Jessie Outteu. There were tivo tables. Reo punch was served as the guests arrived and candy during the games. ot cream and cake Refreshments wero served. Miss Winifred Parrot, u o: Clrcloville, O., was au guest. Tho other guests were Mru. B. T. Davis. Misses Virginia Prather, Lucllo Bondurant, Victoria Bouduruut Edna Carpenter, Emma Tyler, Ellse Lutcn, Inez Luten, Bertie May Rice, Cecil Barnes, Hazel Johnson ,Bcttie DeBow, Annie Cowglll, Frankye Held, Marguerite Fuqua, Bess Thompson. Ask the man who wears clothes mado by Schmidt and ho will tell you who is going to make his fall suit. Schmidt ot course. w- Rae All summer goods must go. We need the room you need the goods. You will be surprised when you get our prices. Drop in and look. BRADLEY & PARHAM laaaaaaaasalaaw $J.M., 0 Try It Ilka It REO. Hickman Grocery Co. Do your trading here and save money . . on your Groceries Meats, etc. "At ono time is was proposed to move the lllrd's I'olut river transfer A Vision May Come Here service of tho Iron Mountain to Hick man, and construct a llue front a point opposite Hickman to Charleston Tho details of tho Cotton Unit to Join tho Belmont Uronch, but the Last evening I was talking Willi a merchant aged and gray, transfer to the LouUvilo and Nash-vlll- e work could not bo done In connection slowly working themselves with the vast amount ot reconstruc- When he told mu of a vision he had nro 1 think 'twas Christmas Day. out, nnd now it is announced that tion In proeres all out the Gould Is in n traffic refund- Whllo snoozing In his office one of tho reeults lines under tho recent Issued This vision came to view, betweun tho Nashville, Chat ing and consolidation mortgage." For ho saw an Angol entor and tho Iron tonoogH & St. Louis Concornlng the proposed change, Drossed In garments white and new l'aclflo System. Mountaln-MlMousays the Memphis Commercial-Appea- l 8top Whether or not this will Said tho Angol. "I'm from Heaven delay or batten tha contem 'An extension wll bo constructed from Tho Lord just sent mo down; couiiectloa Charleston, Mo., on the Iron Mounplated Clmrlwtou-lllckmnTo bring you tip to glory, Columto tho river trausfor at U not knoi at this time. Tho tit. tain, And put on your Golden Crown. Ky., one terminus ot the NashI.OUU Stnr publishes tho following, bus, Chattanooga &. SL Louis. Tho "You've been a friend to every one. which contains ovornl geographical ville, And worked hard night and day, errors, but which may bo correct In Cairo & Thobes will make an exten- You've supported many thousand City, Teun., Cairo to Union the main. This nrtlclo conflicts with sion from And from tow received your pay. will form another connection between that of tho Memphis Comthorclnl-ApNashville, "So wo want you up in glory, the Iron Mountain nnd the peal, Just bolow It: Chattanooga & St .Louis." For you have labored hard, FOR SALE: Best Business Tha Stnr says: "From tho same Tho St .Louis Star prints a map of And the good Lord Is preparing sources that supplied tho report of For your eternal Just reward." property in Hickman. tho consolidated roads, showing n Uie Halo nf tho Cotton Holt road to proposed lino from this city to Hick Then tho Angel and tho merchant building 24bc th Louisville & Nnsvhllo, comos an One Started up townrds glory'a gate, man, Ky. Charleston, Mo., Courier. other report to tho effect that St But when passing close to Hades, Mor-gu- u one, one story building Iouls Is to have another of the Tho Angol murmured "Waltl" xOO. on Jackson St. one door lines from the Southeast, operatMrs. John Cox, of Union City, is Tve a placo I wish to show you; of Hickman Courier. If ing luto St. Louis direct nnd having visiting lioru. w It's tho hottest place In Hell, Ita own terminals. Do not bo misled; remombcr Uu Whero tho ones who never paid you not sold privately will be sold "Tho road roferred to is tho NashIn torment forever dwell." at auction on Monday Sept. ville, Chattanooga & SL Louis, which tailor Schmidt. And behold tho merchant saw them. 19. 1910. For other infor is called a Morgan road because 82 Mrs. John Cotton and children vis- His old patrons by the scoro, In Union City last week. And grabbing up a chair nnd fan, mation see W. J. Barry at the per cunt of It U owned by Uio Louis- ited vlllo & Nashville. Ho wished for nothing more. Miss Mentor Walker has returned building. been position from Oklahoma where sho has Ho desired to sit nud watch thorn "Tho lino occuplos a strong through ser- for Hovoral months. As they'd slzzlo. slngo and burn, droaded pel- In tho Southoast and has The second case of tho Clngett Martin, of Martin, was hero And his eyes would rest on debtors doval-opeas fur ns Atlantu, Ga., over Us vice lagra known In this stato has Whichever way they'd turn. own rails. It owns, no rails north of last week, the guest of 11. A. Tyler at lVrryvlllo. Tho victim of tho Said tho Angel, "Come on Merchant Ohio rlor, and It Is snld the nnd other friends. nethe agreed ntre dlsenso Is Laura Bottom, u Thoro aro Pearly Gates to see." Iron Mountain somo tlmo ago gro womnn. Scalos nro developing on The dunce given at the Buchanan But tho merchant only muttered, trnckugo into SL Louis ,.. i.,wiv nnd sho Is fast developing to furnish Hall Wednesday evening In honor ot "This Is Heaven enough for me." Cairo, tho Bird Point rlvor translargely i.n nther svmnloms. The only otlur via Branch and the tho visitors of tho town was was at fer the Belmont by tho young people and case known In this stato north of Bismarck. But attended Mrs. I. D. Price has returned from where Uio patient soon main lino several of tho married people Prof. Nlcholasvlllo. reconstructing tho daughter. tho work of completed, Julian's band furnished tho music and an extended visit to her died. Branch Is not yet enjoyed until a late hour. Mrs. J. Sprndlln, In Oklnhomu City. will tho dances nnd it Is snld tho N. O. & SL L. punch was sorvwl throughout Sho will spend about two months Furnlturo Co. han- uso tho I$n Mountain's Vnlloy lino, Orange Tho Hickman bore. In the evening. dles the best line of Furnlturo In Illinois from Cairo. ua show you. West Kentucky. Let rl nlto-cMthe- r. n nuto-mobile 2-sto- ry THIRD OPERATION PREVENTED By LydiaE.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Chicago, I1L "I want to tell you Vegetable Lydia what E. Tlnkham's ; 09 20 d uoi-ino- Compound did for me. 1 was so sick thnt two ot tho best doctors in cuicago Bald 1 would die if I did not have an operation, l naa !t" i8l''i2!isafcw'-already had two operations, and they v anted me to go through a third one. 1 suffered day nnd night from inflammation and a small tumor, and nover thought of seeing a well dnj t again. A friend told mo how Lydia R lHiiklmm'a Vcc. and ctable CompoundrL had helped her,A. .11 uie uuiu uumu tnea u, ami aiier At 11.1.1 I. was cured." Mrs. Alvena Speiiliko, 140S Clybourno Ave., Chicago, 11L If you are ill do not drag along at home or In your placo of employment until an operation ia necessary, but build up the feminine system, and tho cause of thoso distressing aches nnd pains by taking Lydia L. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, mado from roota and herbs. For thirty years It has been tho standard remedy for female Ills, and has positively restored tho health of women who havo been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, irregularities, iwrlodlo pains, backacbo. bearing-dow- n feeling, flatulency, Indigestion, dimuy. ness, or nervous prostration. don't you try it? V3 i .... thou-sands- of ESKfiafiJ rwiTaagfinniitgyr -- t. --, MeuN ijtiifcV.,. . V Telephone 65 for Plumbing and THE HICKMAN COURIER "Orott m Tinwork-JOH- N cotton SPEER Wtslem Kentok & SEXTON. Lilt iiitIm.." PUBLISHERS J0HN WRIGHT KILLS BAD NEGRO well known eltlaen X AFTER BEING ASSAULTED BY HIM, mcbt with Lynch Brown, an zmsmszm guoy JubMcrlptlon SI a a John pnpertot Ya Instantly followed, By merest chance, Wright other negro. Being n lotujk charac ou net wbeu jour .ulwcrlptlon expire. ulninps: of Hlckmnn, stabVed uud ter, his derate wo not regretted by as you Uo potRO Tiie Courier Jut killed ChnrlK) l'oolo, a negro, In froHt plunged the knife between l'oolo's IJnsli In Advance. We make NO exception we Wright, r-- Thli hnud to hnud fight with knives had a of the Hickman Joint Stook Co. store Saturday night about 7 o'clock. Subscription Ratet, $1.00 pep year Wright, In company with Geo. Scott, another white man, were '- : -iI homo to East Hickman, when l'oolo bumpod against Scott and nearly knocked him off the sidewalk. OTTAGE HOTEL The negro evidently wanted all the walk and when Ito didn't got It, he Y. J. COOK, Prop. began cursing Scott. The latter did not want to havo any trouble with BEST the black, but Wright resented the Insult with the result that the negro threw a piece of brirk at and hit $1 Wright in the head, knocking him down and witting an uyiy gash. By the time Wright had regained his -i- feet the negro had gotten his knife f out and was making for his victim. Kentucky Western ay,"if tkat's l; Wright was heard to your game, I'm with you." -- ii c a Day House ribs and the blunt blade irieroed hi heart. The black fell without a word and died gripping his bloody knlfuw Mr. Wright's was a small ordinary pocket knife ail tho blade ho had opened had tho point broken off; or at any rale wsa very blunt. Tho woa der In that It penetrated the negro' clothing but accidents will happen. Pools was burled Sunday at tho of the county, and without the attendance of any of his relatives, who reside a few miles below town. Only recently ho returned from the pentteaUary where he served a sentence of seven years for highway robbery commltteed in this county. He seemed to have been on the warpath Saturday, and Is reported to hare said, "111 make some s of a b sleep lu hell before muiiing" Only a short time before he was killed h- white or bluek from what hear. can After the trouble Mr. Wright was (!)uv Reporter iut$: taken In custody, but tminvdlnteb released. 8. I. IXidd pet up a check 7 lu fthadi' Mendnr fur 11.000 for his apiwaraHce at a preliminary hearing. Wright itmliHibt Mlea Molllo Mourn I visiting rrlw edly kllleil the negro In mee in Peuearula. Fla ami It Is tkONght he will be eioHer-alewhen Judge Naylor hear the Fall and wlntor samples are here- Sqhmtdt, tho tailor. case. eeU-defed J!- - jirarvB .fr' JUDGE WISE. Duslneis Philosopher. HMtH killed a negro dnwa Mteeteejppl net long ngn heftHM Mm The corwMrV. the negro Jury verdict was "suicide " Tliat'ti what Poole did he eetMtttlttetf Hlchlt by turning a while hmh. awl lite exempt ahowM be of varoe to negroe who are Inrllned In be "bad men " Soonrr or later the bad aro will iHimlt ulrld" A white 1h carl "Cowrtant 1gllttiiM Is a safe , Hickman Furniture Co., headquart agalutl burglars." mya ttte j ers for undertakers goods. "Iwt a kkk1 rv(ulailuu H tb KnIm ShImmhi. Preen MwklMi-M- re hot againei bad bAntalns Th 1 next door t laClede HiHei. If man Drug t'o makes good in anta lu iraHMitloii " Telephone 1S3 for jour line. Case & Son. the grocer' Fresh groceries and vegetables of all kinds at the Hlokman Grooery Co Fancy Urowm ami Gray &fflm$ss&A Churches and Lodges are the 4MNMMI. Murder Suspect Held, Sheriff Johnson licked up a ray negro here yesterday morning an awerlng the descrlpUon of a at Metropolis, Ills , for killing a boy and girl at that place a short time ago. Ho will bo held until lac Metropolis authorities can bo heard from. Ho gives hh name aa Charllo Scott. rn-gr- Utrsi for fall and wtatar. GENTLEMEN A SPECIAL Quality counU In Shingles get the best by buying direct from our mill. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. Kentucky Fair Dates days. Versallea, August days. Danville, August Lexington, August 8 6 days. Tayloravllle, August 9 1 days. days. Unlontown, August Harrodsburg, August ft ( days. Vanceburg, August 103 days. Lawrenceburg, August 164 days. Sbepherdsville, August 17 3 days. Broadhtod, August 17 3 days. Ewlng, August 174 days. Shelbyvllle, August 23 I days. London, August 234 days. Erlanger, August 24 4 days. Nlcholasvllle, August 30 3 days. Fern Creek, August 30 i days Hardlnsburk, August 30 3 days. Barbourville, August 312 days. Florence, September G 3 days. Monticello, September C 3 days. Hodgenrille, September C 3 days. Falmouth. September 28 4 days. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, September 12 6 days. REPRESENTATIVE Direct from Chicago, sent AT OUR REQUEST by 34 33 PRC8DYTI1RIAN CHURCH MuMlay Mion PrvarhltiK per thousand at will. Yatee & Kirk II o'clock and rv ruing at a Ahlnglo Co. cjrt the JSrK Sunday u MMMth. MHiMlay SdMKil every p We don't show anything offensive ! to a. w. Vteltorm arw at the Lyric, It Is espeolaHy for the at W. .0 atockton, MMttstor. ladles. J. T. Dttlon, Prep. CHRISTIAN OHURCH. The wien who talk Ir cilMt awrttoM at 11 a hi utxxit iwKug bek o the farm mar every way. ataHday h In by a ttow Ih.m bed Ui4r rite ai t.U a. aa. Pntfer Meeting handle. Mlskt. Van are chj y ec att of i Anvtblns you want that vm harat Invited to attooi d got In Furniture we wltl be g4ad to eervtoe. O. W. WryitoC I'anor order It for you. HlekHUit Furniture METHODIST CHURCH. Company. lreMMs erery Smiaay mudv a 11 a'ctock and vemitog at The ltUkWT wmmr who all MMirrte4 im to ww rtoc 4m eJek. Mwnslai' tfchuil U M. tun. jwfy that u awM to wm In Prayer meeUsig eck Wediwe) m are alwara we4ewm eAtoc. thf MM SHIN0LE8 Oypreas shlnctes atfl t cv4 W4eey wtt 95 fee and The aviator who toll 5 W f Ml U etttt Ut-in- g landed In a GotM adeerUaemeat tor hrwik-fna- l W. WltMM. Iaetof. t blKAUbb BKUinbKb MASTER TAILORS 1 diicaefo WILL BE AT OUR STORE ON Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 1st and 2nd He will have with him the entire line in the full piece-f- ive Watch for the BLUE MARK on tbo upper right hand corner of your Courier. It Is to notify you that your subscription Is about to expire. No papers are sent out after the la out. Conductor Kennedy, of tho I. C, presented Shoriff O. Johnson w 1th a 100 blood hound pap last week. Mr. Johnson will have tho dog trained for man hunting. Tho only blood hounds lu the county aro owned by a goutlcman at Fulton. Rev. V. G. Stockton left Tuesday for NoiAivllIe, whero ho will spend several days. hundred newest woolens. Prices Low, Satisfaction Guaranteed. Come and look over the season's latest ideas in woolens, whether ready to order now or not. EPISCOPAL OHURCH. at u a. m. and a p rery SwiMlay Ktoy fltjfcool a fiMxi. 'toak eterj imwttr jhwwIhk l Ju M. 1toy whI UT Dracdeik asHmllllWM will he a;ilwsiated TVnh.. Tweedy worntog to Utomi J. Qe)sjBjr. ItMreiir. the futtersl t kU braUnr, INiaa Wey CATHOLIC OHURCH. who dl- -t MtHMtay. Maas every wanting at 7 Mrs P. G. CURMlnfthaM left Tm-daeeotoe at D'etoik . . for her Womm In Oteto. after MMtmUM expt Um secuad ttunaa. lemllng aereral day with her doaj Ul FrlatlMie etxiJi ami vln t.r, Mr LaM lllgtii. r. M. ttoartH. Psator Itoin. Theredoy Might, to Um wlto DAPTI8T CHURCH. of Umi W T. MwokMH. a IS immmnI fUgMsr arr1ew at the Hajn girl ThU little lady add to Um papCkHrch every itoiMtay Htornmg j ulation of 8ainfrai It Wee. evealac at Um Ma hours, bun-i- t Yeu can't shoot through tomo steak Hchool at 1 A'ctock a. w Pi t sold In Hlekman, but that Is not the ateethtg am Te4ay weHlag kind sold by the Hlokman Grocery have a roreMnl tovltottoN to etit-nCo If you want bcter meat, give ervtrwe A. TerkJwctoa, laio( them a trial; It costs 5 per cent low. TYLER CHAPEL. 1'reMclUiNt the Xnd and ttli I guarantee aU plumbing and tinday evMlHs of ask Mouth, huu ning I do. If tho work don't cotno day ihH4 at 1:M in the atternoou up right and I can't out-talyou Prayer Meeting Friday tiiIiik wo will cheerfully do tho Job oer just like any other plumber. Cotton Iter. Mnthoay, Paetor . ei-Tloct-ltoay ' k E. R. ELLISON Marlon Wilkorson nnd wife, of Kant Prairie, Mo , passed through Hickman $3,600, to go aground hore Mon- In tholr auto, Monday, enrouto to day night, and things lookod bad for Fulton . A Canadian lawyer tells this story: a tlmo. Tuosdny morning the Fred P. H. Wonka, IV. Hornco Luton. A balRff went out to levy on tho con- Hnrtweg succeoded In pulling the tents of a house. Tho inventory be- bnrgo off tho bar after breaking sev- Prof. J. C. Cheook and Jodlo Brow-do- r woro hore from Fulton, Monday, gan In the attla and ended la tho cel- eral largo lines. on business. lar. Whon tho dining room was readied tho tally of farnlturo ran HAVE YOU TRIED An Odd Inventory. A. A. Farls had a barge containing 700 tons of Pittsburg coal, worth ( 5 c all Fountains thus: Ono dining room table, oak. One set chairs, (C) oak. Two bottles whiskey, full. Then tho word "M" was strlsken out and replaced by "emphy" and tho Inventory went on In a hand that straggled and lurched diagonally a- cross the page until closed with; "One revolving doormat," Evory body's Magazine. ?' ?r Ice Cream with a Handle on woo K WE BUY 5c ICE CREAM CONES Greatest little innovation that have ever put out from our Soda Fountain. They have caught on with a furore for old and young alike and all on account of their real goodness. .HIDESandEUR s 1 II If Btinf Dl. ' wc kdttr far hi tin if tils of waminiM csertktoU. FttacKt: tij ink is Lwinillt. Wc fiubb Wwi Bt i rrc u wr wiyteti. mucMpiaiiit. JLSABEL&SONS "Unit LnMUt, K. m aa I Brown & Co has leased tho barn next door to Gray's shop, aad will do your hauling by tho day or con tract. See mo beforo you contract. HELM . ELLISON J. H. Brown. If you feol "bluo," "No account." IltckMMiH iMism So. 701. F. & you need a good cleanhig out HKKIJINK la tho right thins for that M., HieeU at the Moaotilo Hall ewry purpose. It stimulate the llvor. tones Hd and Ith Monday utghto. up uie stomach nul purifies the KIm Uamn K. I, Vf .0 W. nit-- m bowels. Price 60c. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. at Um 1. O. O. P. Halt ovary Wcdix a Frank Von llorrtea was In J.omIw-vlll- e day erenlMg. the latter part of last wak. llOMMhoW No. 6. C W, inoeU at on burtneea with the MnrI Boi Co. tfce I. D. O. If, Hall Tuesday olenitis Clifton Steele, or Martin, la here of ett4i wNk . the guest of his aunt. Mrs. G. N. Kijlton Ixtdge No M, 1. O. O F Holm. iHuwtei at their hall on Clinton strril II. LnmnstiiH Inform us that rwy other Thunday nlghL will be held at Maaan- M. W. A. meota at Mnsonlc Hall fras Ridge Bnpthit Church, beginning tht- first Sunday In Angwat.. It will very Tnekduy eentng. bo conducted by Iters. King and Hastings. Ferd Kreiidee. A. A. Paris. Mrs J Mrs. Hardy Llgon and children, Cunttllou, Mm. Johnson and MIbs who have boon visiting J. J. o. Bon- Carrie nnd dunint nnd family, retiimud to Un few dnya Mildred Rauingo spent a of last week at tho club Ion City Saturday morning. They house on lteelfoot, and report an u wero uocompaMed home by .Miss e JoynLIe time. Bomhirnnt. Whon you fool laxy, out of sorts, Paul Borry and Miss Alma Due. and yawu a good promlnont young poople from Clinton, you can charge deal In tho daytime It to n torpid or vicinity, woro united In luarriago which has allowed thu system toliver get Friday morning at 4 o'clock at tho full of Impurities. HERlllNH curoa resldonco of Esq. 11. T. M liner, In all disorders produced by au Inactive llvor. It strengthens that organ, South Fulton. cleanses tho bowels nmi mil. t. Now tho doctors aro warning poo-pl- systom In good healthy condition. ii.uu uuu. noiu uy nicKiuan JJrug that Ico croam conos aro dangor-ou- h Company. and chlokons often havo tuber-culoslKOIllO VHrV lirilinlniml .ir.nw.rlu n.i.u. What Is thoro, after ill, ers of this city havo back vnrda that that a man can oat without tnkliiir look like a Junglo weeds ten foot his Ilfo in his own mouth? high. This ought not bo permitted. Mrs. Joo Cnntlllon. Ford Burundtw. StlnKB Or bltoa nf IllUrla Hint nril S. L. DoddB und JikWio J. W. Ronov imln nr Itrliliiir wen o IxiulBvIIle, Sunday night, to followed by BWu111iilshould bo trented promptly us they spend n few da?8. Whllo there they uro poisonous. UALLARU'S SNOW wIlFwKnesa four games of ball LiMiAiiiiNT counteracts tho poison. Ixiulsvillo and Joo Cantllon's It Is both antiseptic and healing. Prlco 25c, COo and Tl per bottle, Sold team. by Hickman Drug Co. iay. ar-vlv- al g - Lu-ull- o s. ffl .,j "5IHT FOLKS HOW L1V1HO ., Kulttui county will you Hint we prim liiurr local liew t.'mn m yotUur PAtrln tliliI Mlon ' Kiintuekjr i.--il THE HieKMRN COURIER. Tho Courier A BLUE MARK 'HERE rnraim tbst yoar ub orlptloti hut expired Itenew oromptly If you wnnt the pnpoTto come to you nfter tbU month Advertising 0I0I.BT is the Team that Pulls the CammBiclal lUeaon up the Hill ot Success ru no i: in wkbtexk kkntookt has a Spankin' Goad Team. Grease the Axles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HO. iiOltt ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR r a VOLUME nrr.R HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1910. 18r.li People! Here's Your Chance You are probably quite willing to spend your money when ,you see an opportunity to get a good deal of extra value for it, and our GREAT SUMMER CLEARING SALE gives you that chance. We are cleaning up our stock or summer goods, a stock unsurpassed in quantity and quality anywhere in this vicinity, and even though you think you have everything you need, you'll think differently when you see the remarkable reductions. Better Hurry, the article you want may soon go. 1.50 Cursets n l uU s 1 98c KOO1 I'vftrU. all l)l. :v 35c Lavrns iyl-n 21 In 35c White Wawting Kitru value In dots and 15c stripes. $25 Rugs Belts . Aurnrilvu I.adlt Kiimy Ucautlful patterns In flno grado 18.50 10c all 3.50 Suede 65-75- Oxfords 1.75 . Holfry Rlack and grey suede, ankle strap extra value. c $1 Concts Jujtntr $1 69c t lorw-- to dwe lit tic 15c Hose ljtll . 12c $1 Shirt 3.50 0x9 Smyrna Waistj 25c 35c Ladies Mnrk fnnry lUm. good Half Odds and ends slightly fsnllod to close Odds and ends lu Ladles Holts styles. Mens Shirts ,45c . Soft Collar and Negligee Stylp, nil new good 6c Lawns Prrity at 1'aUnrwt In Ce Lmwm all 4c " 1.35 White Quilts. I'kiin a, .98c bargain at the prlcw Rugs14 Hug 2.50 1.25 Parasols. 89c styl- 25c Suspenders 15c asjectal valuo. Solid colors with fancy borders ish handles. This Is an exceptional value, and the best suspender we've ever sold for the money. L,awns Gc Lawns nil colors Men! Here's an Unusual Sale for You .12 8c Ladies' and Children's Oxfords Greatly Reduced for this Sale E. P. Reed's high grade Oxfords, 3.50 kind 12 Bntiitenll colors 1518c Lawns 20c Fancy Lawns . 7c Batiste all colors 16c Special Sales of Men's Clothes are not uncommon, but a special sale of a stock like ours; containing a large number of suits from the workshops of Hart Schaffner & Marx, deserves to be called an "unusual special sale." $25 and 22.50 Hart Schaffner & Marx suits, composing the newest shades 1 of tans and grays. You cannot buy betterltailored suits at any price at White Goods 25 to 35c Washing and dress 25c Mercerized Waisting 20c 12c India Linons India Linons goods 15c rj tv rA E P. Reed's $3 Oxfords Black and gray Suede Oxfords, worth 3.50, choice 2 50 2 98 2 55 1.75 and 2.25 Patent Leather and Kid Oxfords 1.98 1.48 1.98 19c .. - .10c 40c 40c 10c $20 and 8.50 Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits, unmatchablc values at the reg- - 1 C C A ular price; weights suitable for now or FallS Special price during sale "I CA $ 8 and 6.50 Suits in tans and greys splendidly tailored . A Suit that any '. . . . f man would like to have; choice 1 XO0J at 1 75 Black Kid Oxfords 1 1 Light Weight Dress Goods COc Grenadines 60c and 50c Silk Chiffon . 40c Silk Mull Silk . 25cToyama Nikk Silks 50 and 00c "'"" 2.50 Misses Patent Leather Oxfords 2.25 Misses Black Kid and Patent Leather 1 . ....40c 20c 31c $12.50 and 13.50 Suits in all the leading shades, well tailored and good look- - O EA . . . ing; you'll think we arc giving them away at pr CA $10.50 to 15.00 Mens Suits Broken lots from former seasons materials and . patterns good, but styles a little off 0v UtJv Oxfords 1.89 75 Misses and Childrens Patent Leather and 1 48 Black Kid Oxfords 1 25 Misses and Childrens black Kid Oxfords 89c Odds and ends in ladies and childrens Oxfords at one third off. $1 fine Dress Goods at 75c In this lot arc choicest weaves. Fine Mohair, Panamas and novelty weaves. All $1 values during sale 75c. Here is an opportunity to effect n good round saving on a substantial suit &A OC for your boy. all wool, Knickerbocker, splendid quality all shades Full Bloomer, medium weight, suitable for Fall, in light and dark colors; 9 OC any one can see they're bargains 3.50 Boys Knickerbocker Style, in greys and Fancy colors, the lasting kind at 2.95 x J)OtJ Men's Oxfords Florsheim Patent Leather Oxfords, sold every4 25 where at $5 and S6, during this sale Patent leather Crossett and black and tan Florsheim Oxfords, this year styles, better shoes not made. Regular S4 and S4.50 3 48 A few pair of patent, tan and black leathers worth the full price, to close we offer at 2.50 000 $2 to $6 BOYS SUITS AT ONE HALF PRICE 60c yard Dress Goods 40c in Light Colored These arc straight pant suits carried over from former season and are as good as new. 9x12 8x12 9x12 9x22 Sale of Floor Coverings Axminster Rug, regular $25 value . Brussels Rug, one piece, 16.50 yalue Brussels Rugs, extra value at 12.50 Matting Rugs CARPETS : We offer entire line 35c Jap Mattings at 30c Jap Mattings at 25c Jap Mattings at 20c China Mattings 12 China Mattings .....". Matting Remnants 27x54 Axminster Rugs, 2.50 value 6x9 Smyrna Rug. 3 50 value 26x54 Smyrna Rugs, S2 at 36x72 Matting Rug at one-fourth l-- In this lot are Solid colors Fancy weaves Mohoirs etc., regular 40c values specially priced at 00c 18.50 . Ladies' Ready-to-We- ar Goods . 11 50 9 50 3 98 50c Dress Goods at 35c Exceptional Embroidery Offerings Our entire stock going under value. Lot Swiss and Hamburg worth from 8c 4c to 12c .. . 8c Swiss and Hamburg 10 to 20c 12c to 25c Swiss and Monsook..12c LadiesVests at Special Prices Vests 10c priced at VesH 15c priced at Vests 25c priced at Vests 50c priced at 8c l2jtic 19c .. -- .' rv ' JLT fVTK I C-V.- .Y' -- x k -. ' .- I 42c M'tf i -- Table Linens 35c White Damask " 60c " " " 75c .... 25c 45c 21c 30c 30c 59c 79c i r-- At Prices Unheard of in Hickman. Ladies' Coat Suits in light colored material, latest style, A A AA only a a few suits and to be sold at a loss, JL v worth $17, to sell at W $12 Blue and Grey Mohair Suits, spring styles 7.50 .4.50 8.50 Linen Suits at .. .4.50 8.50 and 7.50 white duck and linen suits. 3.50 and 6.00 linen color suits 700 DRESSES -- 4.00 8.00 white Duck or Lingerie dresses at" Lingerie dresses of good material 3.00 6.00 LADIES' SKIRTS 2.00 $3 black Panama Skirts at 2.00 One lot black Panama Skirts worth $3 3.50 black and grey Mohair and Panama Skirts. 2.50 " " 3.50 5.00 black and fancy " 5.50 8.50 black Panama Skirts at YJ 3 off. 29c 25c 21c 15c 10c off 1.65 2.50 1 20 60c Men's Hats How about a new hat to give you a summer appearance and feeling? 2 25 3.00 Mens fine Straw Hats 2 50 2 00 1.85 4.00 Stetson Hats 3.00 Beaver Hats 2.50 Keystone Hats "" 3 50 2.50 2 00 $1 in. jbvrt 25c " Red " " 2.00 " 50c Cotton 3.50 Extra Fine Napkins per doz.2.50 " " Napkins per doz 4, s stfl Wi LADIES' WAISTS 1.50 Waistswe have a big lot of Ladies Waists nice-l- y trimmed and made in late models, we are trying to 1.00 close out at 75c 1.75 to 2.50 odd lots, some slightly soiled sold at $1, are go- A big lot of Waists, slightly soiled, .. 25c ing to close them out at Mens' Trousers All sorts of pants in every correct style in regular or peg top to fit men of all sizes. If you need a pair now's the time to buy. 4 50 5 00" Pants 3.50 4.00 Pants 3.00 3 50 Tants EXTRA SPECIAL Broken lots of men's and 1.00 young mens 1.50 to S'J pants at Millinery 12 Off Going Fast at this Reduction SALE PRICES STRICTLY CASH y km g m 4 LcS r ..,. Hundreds of Equally Great Reductions . COME AND SEE Eg ZTZEZ y.. .J ill. tpMIWfc 8 vattm &Lt rffidSari.-.- i ljEI.iw,.ww,ftl 'yA,.miai&j k ? w LJgiJP.Lw.J TO CONTEST ELECTION WETS ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH RECENT BOOZE ELECTION. Women and Children at the Polls Bumfuzzled Voters, They Claim. Will Fight to a Finish. si: LOSES FIGHT " BRYAN WIBELESSlHES CULLING SCOTLAND Business Directory -- PUT GAG ON COMMONER TEST VOTE RESULTS IN HIS ROUT. Corrollary of County Option Fight vealed In Struggle for United States Senatorshlp. Re- Very Best Kentucky Lum ASK FOR RATES- - CRIPPEN WOODLAWN DAIRY. A. H. Leet, Prop. Grand Island, Neb. Nebraska DemTiio high Uct'UbO peopleo of Kultou, the leader who wore beaten by Uio "dry" lu au ocrats Wednesday wrested organisation from say ship of their state election bold thuro lust Thursday, William J. Ilryati on the Issue of conn they will certainly contest tbu elec- ty option. By decisive votes they re tion. Whether thla la merely blood istered their unbelief In his present d and thunder for tho purpose of bluff- policies after listening to an appeal from Mr. Bran. uning or their real intention is not Known oil tho outside. Wednesday's declared the liquor Interests were o p Mi 4'ulton Leader said tho petition tor ganized lu an attempt to secure minor bo tiled ou that leal control of the state. The this contest would by .Mr. Hnan was date before Judge .Naylor uud two Ity plank submitted brief and his opponent declared it wa Magistrates. Up to tho hour wo go an effort to recede from his former to press no petition had beoen filed. radical attitude. Hut the worker Tho Loader says; against the county option plank were "Tho high license people havo been unnppeaRed and stood tlrmly again! considering tho u,uosUon of u contest its adoption. Tho vote by which bis county ever siuco tho election but were wait plank wan rejected was decisively ing until they were udtlsod as to ncalnst the measure. Mr. Ilrjan made their legal rights by their lawyers, no comment after the vote, and in who aro confident of throwing out answer to questions, referred to tho entire vote, having tho whole dein which he proclaimed hi a "1 fealty to the Democratic part clared null and void. 11. T. Smith and Uorr its platform. "Ed Thomas, Amid a tumult of cheers from the Bros., having been employed tw look former followers of William Jennings aftor tho case in the lower courts. Rryan. Permanent Chairman Smith of Ho matter which aide wins in the the Democratic platform contention lower courts tho others will take It read the result of a test vote of the to the Court of Appeal. Kohu, liulnl gathering, which practically took from ii Konn, tho great Louisville law Mr. Bryan the Democratic leadership firm has beeu engaged to assist the of Nebraska, which he has maintained high license lawyers and will look af- for four years. vote came on tho motion made ter tho case in tho court of last byThe Congressman G. M. Hitchcock, a resort. candidate for the senatorial nomina" Wo aro going to knock the elec- tion, which. In effect, was to eliminate tion sky high,' said a wetl known high the Introduction of platform planks license leader last night. 'We hae with accompanying speeches unless submitted as a section of the majority consulted lawyers here and lu or minority roport and Louisville. All of them on resolutions. Mr. of the committee Bryan, seated as wotell us It is a dead shot. Those a member of the Lancaster county men and children crowding around delegation, was upon his feet with n the polls praying, singing and evun protest and proffered an amendment threatening to socially boycott our that would modify that Intent to the voters will be one of tho grounds of original motion. The Bryan adhercontest. There are numberless others ents denouncod the Hitchcock motion any one of which would bo sufficient as "gng rule," and their oppononts deto throw out tho whole mess. Wo clared that "Individual rule" must not prevail In the convention. have a certain card to play that when As Chairman Smith read the result, exposed will make somo of thoso lo465 against Mr. nryan's amendment cal option religionists run for cover. to 934 In favor of It, the dolegates They havo been boasting about their sounded a fresh volumo of cheers that ability to run the peoplo of this seemed to indicate their relief from town and Its Institutions. We shall the uncertainty that had existed as to the strength which Mr. Bryan might see " develop In the convention. A corrollary of the county option REVOLT IN SPAIN GROWS fight was seen in 'the contest of Conf gressman Hitchcock and R. L. for the Democratic nomination Rurales Guard Streets of Barcelona for United States senator. In Fear of Bloody Rioting. HUSBANDS BATTLE TO DEATH Barcelona, July 27. Owing to the report of government epics that a B. V. Barger Shot by C. M. Gaynon. bloody revolution is Imminent, the Who Himself Dies Later. city of Barcelona Is practically under Little Rock, Ark., In a duel to the martial law, though the constitution death In the home of C. M. Gaynon has not yet been suspended. Reinforcements are being held in both Gaynon and his assailant, B. V readiness to msh Into the city from Barger, were killed Wednesday night Barger was formerly the husband Baragossa and Valencia. Troop trains with engines always under steam are of Mrs. Gaynon. The shooting began while Caynos on the tracks In tho two former cities. Labor agitators are urging a gen- was with his wife and son In the par eral strike throughout Spain, to begin lor of their home, shortly before midnight. wi July 29, at Barcelona. Barger had called at the home of Two Women Die In Auto Wreck. his former wife several times during Grand Junction, Colo., July 27. the day, while Gaynon was absent. While racing with a train in an auto"I havo como to kill or be killed," mobile, Walter Hodglns of Grand It Is said he told her. Sho warned Iunctlon, MLss Leon a Adams of San Gaynon and the latter was armed and Francisco, and Miss Gladys Carlyle ready when Barger appeared at his of Chicago were killed. C. H. Carhome. Without a word the two men man of Grand Junction, and Chauffeur began to shoot. The screams of tho y Thomas Rock of Denver were woman mingled with- the revolver Injured. The automobile passed shots. When the fusillade ended, Barthe train and Rock atempted to cross ger was dead and Gaynon lay dying the track when the engine hit the mo- at his wife's feet. He expired a fow tor car. minutes later. Twenty years ago Gaynon and the woman who Is the cause of tho douMrs. I. D. Price is visiting in Un- ble tragedy were married. Later she ion City this week. obtained a divorce from him and married Barger, who was her stepElvis Hale, of Pembroke, Is here brother. Several years ago sho obthe guest of C. T. Bondurant and fam- tained a dlvorco and soon after ily. Gaynon. inipa-sioneon-tloh .Mot-calserl-susl- ICOALI -- YARD OUT OF TOUCH WITH VE8SEL CARRYING llest of Milk nnd Duller dw Homo Phone No, 27 v i SUPPOSED FUGITIVES. McMURRY & FLAT Attorneyt at Law Com, Offlco over Hickman Drug PAIR ARE REPORTED HELD HIckmnn, Ky t DELIVERED- Miss Attcberry, of Cayce, was hee this week, tho guest of Mrs. B. T. Its Just some people's luck to miss Davis. tho good things, but its your own Claud Simons, of Memphis, Is hero fault If you don't get some of tho the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Ben Hert-week-.' bargains offered In clothing by Mc- Cullough Bros. & Clark, at Nnylor's old Nay-lor'- of Cayce, and Miss Inn Royer, of I. N. Jones has returned to Middle No. 8 Island, visited Mrs. B. Parham Tennessee after visiting his daughter, last week. Mrs. R. L. Gray. How' would you like a 15 pair of Miss Mary Slaughter, of Fulton, is pants for about $1,757 That's tho here tho guest of Mrs. S. S. Tierce, way wo soil tlTom. McCullough Bros. la East Hickman. & Clark. Do you wear pants? Attond tho Mrs. H. M. Metheny and daughter, s slaughter price sale of pants at of Cairo, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Meneos, old stand. stand. John Saunders, Parks McCulchcon Bo careful how your clothes aro and W. E. Clagett, of Union City, cleaned nnd pressed. Havo Schmidt, were here Tuesday. tho tailor, to do It and bo on tho safo -- side. Mack Reld, Lucius Cole, L. T. JackM1. Pewetl went to Memson and S. Mrs. W. L. Washington and Miss phis Sunday morning , Mayes Harlan, of Nashville, visited Mrs. R. L. Gray last week. Miss Jcssio Powell returned to Corydon, Ky., Sunday, after a visit Miss Eva Mai Jolley, of Martin, waa with B. T. Davis and wife. the Huest of Misses Nannie and Hazel Metheny last week. Miss Annio Morryman, who foruv Mrs. Joe Cantlllon, S. L. Dodda and erly taught school here, was hero ono day last week, tho guest of Mrs. B Ford Bercudes returned this morning from Louisville. T. Davis. Montreal. Quebec July 27 In an effort to verify tho report printed In London that Dr. Haw ley II. Cripr'" POSITIVELY NO CLINKERS and Uthel Clara Lenvvo are virtually c under arrest aboard Ask our regular enstomers how they like this coal. steamer Montrose follow lne a rumored confcmlou by the girt of dNulls of the murder of Belle Blmore. the actress wife of Crlppen. Canadian Pacific railway officials are trying to pick up the Montroje by wlrelo. The Canadian officials etsect to get Into wlrlss oommunleation with ine lAitj.LAAiti.LAAitAL.thk.UUc.LikliAUfcL.liUkL.k.litKL Muntroso from tlelle Utand. Ubrador The ship Is not dne here until July 30. but far out ever the North Atlantic nmluUUng. ARMY MEN TRY SCANDAL SAMUEL G0MPERS IS HAPPY tho wtreteaa waves sre cowm antra-tkiand It Is oxpeetnd that with the Montroee will be Secrecy Surrounding Trial of Captain Labor Chief Tells of the Duck Stove Company Agreement Guy Smith Indicates Grave or not The reply will tell wbeU Charges. Washington. D. f Preside! Horn Inspector Dew of SenttaMl Yard pers of the American Federation of a 1M Kas., July 27. A tabor has Just returned from Ctarlu sotom vtho Atlantic ocean on lmrcn-tlLeavenworth. Involving a Borloug natl. where he made terms with tkr goose chase, for aboard the a court martial. the ne 4ay dee here the army scandal, opened here An or- Duck Stove & Harege Cotapany whk-Montrose, Is a member of the London der for a closed court, front the De- please him very much. He belle v ateata left partment of Missouri headquarters, that the desertion of the tinea roan poUcf 4aruant. y The bow nevwral Uvorpeat on the five-dahas been issued. Only onre before, pany from lb runks of the American days after the unaperta are bMvrl when tho honor of a woman was in- Manufacturers' Association ! mak ta nave sailed from Antwerp. volved, was a closed court ordered. Ing friends with tabor by agreotKt; to 'Ships May De In Cemmuntaatlon. on trial Is Captain Guy conduct a "cloeod The officer sho" Is likely to Canada Infantry. The ?aft other big Pinal to do llhewte H. Smith, fourth wateklag tho dmmaOe a charges are supposed to have origi- within the Near fntare. me between Inepoeenr nated in Uio Philippine, and the Or He declared that bv bla trieadlt Dow and the pair anppoaed to be Dr. dor for a secret trial Indicates thqy with tabor wore fateat workmc CripfMN and Mia KUel Cure l.eove, are of a sensational nature. will be employed im bettor coadltioat with Inereased Inter. AlUMMNtk the oBtetab) nave not yet eitot for alt rooreraed. Women Must Explain Death. been In wlreleae toocb with the MonCleveland. O, July 27. Following trose. Uter say the cnarte anow the WADE ACROSS THE MISSISSIPPI. tho coroner's autopsy and his While Bur liner Unrentte, on whleh that a sufficient amount lnepector Dew le penning them, H of mercury to cause of Ilerllngtoa. U- - The North wee era only IM mllea aslern and therefore death had been found In the body of lroota baa dbwrraceil the great rather probably In wlretam oommnntan tlon. Mrs. Mary Kraersop. the pollco aro if Watrra. The Mtaataalppt river baa The MontrOM sailed from Antwerp looking for two women, who llvo at 'allea to a shallow creak's prooortloa on Jnly M. Imt she to a very etow the house on Abbey avenue, from turnabout. Bom ma wad acrom h boat, while the InrenUo ta a fast which a city ambulance took Mrs. at many points la this Ly- tnall carrying llanr, and aure to over Emerson. One of the womon. It Is be- man Both and Frank Dewta. young haul and pa the Montrote at sea. lieved, sent a mysterious telephone men Hvla Jwst mt UnrMnatM. thongh sailing several days In call for the ambulance, but when It waded acroae Jt from bank Is bank, specter Dew 10001 therefore land arrived neither was to be found. They without swimming a stroke, lost kg one day at loaat ahead Of the sushave since been missing. 'heir footing or sinking beyond their pects. thoutder. Climb Kills Woman. Glacier No Wireless to Other Side. SeatUe. Wash, July 27. Miss Kllon LoBdon, Jnly ST. gootmnd Yard Beatrice of Hopedalc, Mass . a pasII ! 'I "I neT l"l"TH r'rPPeef senger on the steamship Spokane, BmmmmmmmHmmimmamKmtmaaKmKBBm officials are onl of wiretoee U h from southeastern which arrived with the boat on which Dr II II Crip Alaska, died aboard the steaumntp pen. the alleged wife marten, and On from heart failure brought about by Streets Miss ICthol Clare Ignore are bell red an exhaustive climb of Mulr glacier to be fleeing to Canada and thrfor-doub- t IIIIIIM Mrs. E. M. Armstrong of Brooklyn WW t"t I I I I the authenticity of the pub climbed the glacier on her sutenty-eight- h K. A Iaml. of New Madrid, was listed report that the pair bad been birthday. arreetod In ntldoeean by the raptaWi here Wednesday on business of the Canadian-Pacifiliner Man May Liberate Banker Walsh. trose and that MUs Lenove had con W. A. Dodda and M 11 Shaw Chicago, July 27. It was learned teased visitors this week. that another attempt will be made to This newspaper story told how free John It. Walsh, aged banker FOR 8ALE OR RENT: Residence Crlppen and Miss Leaeve bad railroad magnate, from the Leaven- on Troy Avenue. H. T. Deale. 2tf heard dlscneetng the crime; now ihry worth prison. A petition containing bad been placed under arreet mvt a 30,000 names, tho signatures being obCharlie Anderson Waited In Middle revolver and knife taken from Crlptained in Michigan. Indiana. Missouri Tonneeeee several days last week pen. and how they were being held and Illinois, will be taken to President under armed guard In separate rablns Taft tho latter part of the week. The officials declare the re. If you wan: to buy n form or town on whloh Crlppen Dentist Cuts Throat of Wife and Self. property, . call at the Courier office lei ponsengora ta and Miaa are onnlptted with a Cincinnati, O., July 27. Dr. WilMr. and Mrs. Sam Beckham, of very weak set of wlreleaa Instruments liam Burnley, a dentist, cut his wife's Clinton, were here this werk ahoppln whleh will not carry "wave" more throat and then slashed his own than 300 miles at most, so that It Is throat. Inflicting Injuries '.hat will 202 guaranteed Fancy Patent. Try practically Impossible that ahe could probably prove fatal In both cases. a aacic case & Bon. have been In communleaUoa with the Phone 183, Burnley's act Is attributed to insanshore, ity from the extreme heat They have Tow French came In from Roanoke, Tho police admit the captain of the two girls, who are at school In the Va., this morning te visit relative. Montrose may havo been mistaken In East. bis Identification of "Rev. It Is about time some one was get- and Bon," as Dr. Crlppen andRobinson his typCheats Gallows by Diving to Death. ting behind the now railroad with a ist. Carson City, Nev., July 17. Under sharp stWc sentence to die on the gallows next Friday for the murder of his wife, 0. Sudo Nalfeh and wife returned yes C. Petty committed suicide In the prig-o- terday from a ten days trip on the Dorena Notes, yard of the penitentiary. He broke the guard, climbed an electric northern lakes. from light pole, and dived to the concrete $1S and $16 suits for $5 nt Nnylor's T. I). Huff, 0f Chnrloalon. was hero below. old stand. If this Isn't bolow whole- on business Saturday. sale price, why not7 I. W. Klffer ban sold his farm and Fulton has a man 83 yearn old who la preparing to leave the county. Two "suro nuff Injuns," of tho quite a crowd from HIckmnn nnd Sioux varloty, a bravo and his squaw, novor took but five baths in his life. Hnllwell attended tho fish fry at politics not given. aro camped near tho coal elevator in His Dorena Saturday. HIckmnn this weak. The squaw ponThe Courier's "Want Column" Is Mrs Calllo Haldrldcp ami Intl.. ..n es us n fortuno teller and thereby earns a livelihood. Sho was very sure to find you a buyer. Costs lc of Murmaduke, Ark., re the guuets each word. Try IL of hor father, Craig Lawrence. much disappointed becauso she took for Tho candidates hato been vrv ... in only 17 Sunday. 'TIs too bad all Virginia 1ms put Into oporntlon n clablo In tho last few days as tlmo that mental luxulluti and only $40 a new Jaw, but none of tor uio election Is drawing near . week to show for it. the qatisoB have been removed. MIhs Cannon Crnwford left )w.r. Jnck MoDauIol will go to taulsvllle Saturday for Toiiiiuhhoo whoro sho Fred llaydon, of Island No. 8, tho Hog King of Fulton county, has tho In Auguit where ho will bo at tho win spend u fow weeks with lmr hI. tor, Mrs. May Aloxandor. thanks of tho Courier for appreciated head office of tho Mongol Box Co. Tho tramp woman who has been in favors. They were cortalnly fine, John Wright, who killed Chnrllo our county for sorno tlmo hns now friend. Poole, n negro, will havo a prelimin drifted to this neighborhood nnd is Misses Anlco and Gortrudo Munger ary hoarlng before Judgo Naylor this spending her nights at leust Crova havo roturnod to Kast Prairie nftor afternoon nt o'clock. hcliool House. 8ho bos food frmn a short visit to tholr aunt, Mrs. S. King Guorgo Is to ro colvo $6,000,-00- tho neighborhood for horsolf und six R. Kfflnger. a yoar for living oxpunsos. In dogs. Rob Ooaldor, doputy sheriff of Kul- Children's cults galore almost giv Hickman ho could havo mont twice ion county, Ky., arrested a negro In a day on that Incomo. en away at the now storo, Nnylor's iiicKman this weok who Is wnnled in old stand. LOST: Black silk shawl, valuo $5 Mississippi county charged with a Mrs. Corn Ward, of Memphis, Is or $0, botweon Dr Morris' office and felony. Tho nogro is In tho HIckmnn College. Return to this offlco and Jail awaiting requisition, the gucest of her sister, Mrs. J It. pnpors from rocolvo roward, Mrs. Dan Jtogsre, Wenthcrjy. uov. WJllson. trans-Atlanti- $4.25 A TON . I'RATItCH DETTEHSWORTH Montreal Railway Officials Try to Groceries Pick Up Montrose, Due July 30 City Delivery; both phones Nu j Typist Said to Have "Best of KvorjiMug" . Confessed. COURIER REALTY COMPANY Phone No. 21 Will sell that place and get you a. other. No business, no pay HICKMAN TURNITURC CO Funeral Directors and Cmbalmc Phone DR. 20, W. F. MONTGOMERY Hickman, night or day Ky, lentlst Davidson's old stand. Phoue Hickman, Ky. E. M. CHUTCHriELD Lu Ub-lUhe- d. (Humlker's Old Stand; lowest priwes for horssbo Wood GRAY'S BLACKSMITH BHUP and Irou Work. t ro4 c HICKMAN HARNESS CO. A. J. Wright, Manager. Maker and Dealers In Harm Repair Work a Specialty Wc are ARcnta for thr cro-ta-s- OLDEST Insurance Companies in Hickman They are companies that habeen here longer thaii any er. Ii your property iniurr It ta too late when the alii sound! to think of a policy-D1 o it NOW Agent vk-tolt- t, K. T. TYLER, hlr xmjx.-xrjT- j 1 "I T I afltei Heard the LAUNDRY J -- at- Bradley & Parliam's basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon c BwlWork Lowot Prfcei j m Power-Ove- r Inve Illness Don't criticite your doctor because medicine preicribed by him falls to have the desired effect. The prescription may have been Rood, but the ingredients dispensed poor. Give Ihc doctor a fair show by taking his prescriptions to a drtiRigist 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, and skilled pharmacists do the compounding. You should have the best procurable when combating n sickness. nntJ-euwIn- g Cowgill's Drug Store (Incorporated) 0 TTYYYYTYYTYTYVYTYYYTYTYTt WHY NOT TRY T Popham's ASTHMA REMEDY O'ves prompt' nnd positive relief In overy caso. Sold by Tho Hick- man Drug Co, price 11. Trial package by mall, 10c. Williams Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland. aAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mm. A 0. KImhro nnd children have ntmrn-- from a three wooks" vUlf to rolativcu at Crutchtiold. 2M ! p SEPT The Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing Business And to clean up and close out our present stock we shall begin on 0 i of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Shirts, etc., which for low prices will beat any sale ever held in Hickman. We still have on hand lots of goods which you will want seasonable goods in first-clacondition, and which we will offer in this sale at about 50 Cents on the dollar of Manufacturers' Cost. Here's what we've got and the prices at which we will offer them : ss SALE , 3c 10c NEXT SATURDAY, JULY 30th i'A ;i POSITIVELY NO GOODS WILL BE TAKEN BACK OR EXCHANGED. n Dry Goods Laces... A few edgings but mostly inserting, sold at 12g and 15c Baby Caps... Silk and embroidered, 50c kind. Notions .25 Pearl Dress Buttons 3c . Wide Slipper Laces 3c Tan Slipper Laces Wide 3c Best Safety Pins 3c I Oc Fans 3c 50cSilkFans .... 25c 35c Black Fans 10c . .3c Feather Stitch Braids . . . . .J . . . Sash Pins, Hat Pins, fancy, Brooches, Baby Pins, 5c Turban Hat Pins, each . Ba-rette- Hamburg Inserting Colored Embroidery .3c Sash Curtains.... 50c kind Jabots and Ruchings... were 25 nnd 10c .3c All Over Laces... worth 00c, 00c nnd Hem Stitch Tray Linen Cloths-Pu- re .,..., 1.00. 25c .25c s, Handkerchiefs... All 10c Hnndkcrchiefs ntM Ail Table Napkins... 75c kind for 08c kind for 1.25 kind for , Belting... Light Blue, Pink and Brown 25c kind . . 5c 10c 5c Handkerchiefs at .75 65c .-- 95c Silk Elastic Belting... , White and Navy 50c kind Aluminum Hat Pins per box Thimbles Bone Collar Buttons Silkatine . . . Embroidery Remnants... 3 and 5 yds. in a bunch, per bunch. . . . .'- . Counterpanes... 98c 10c kind for . '? 1 .". '. . . . . . 5c 3c doz. White Henrietta... 25c quality , 1.50 cut corner for. 3c . a 3c Pure Linen Waisting... White, 40c quality Towels... .25( .5c All 10c Towels for .5c 20c 25c 98c 25c Embroidery Thiead and B. H. Twist 0 Spools Narrow Ribbons a bolt Silk Seam Binding Canfield Shields Silk Embroidery Flass, Filo and Roman 25c Hose Supporters 5c 5c Ribbons, plain and fancy... . Lace Curtains... 39c kind for ... 3c 10c 2c up to 8 inches wide, a yard Ladies Ladies Ladies Muslin Underwear... 65c skirts skirts . 48c kind for 1.00 kind for. 2.00 kind for . Fcatherbone 10c 3c .65c, .35c 1.75 and 2.00 25c drawers White Silk Gloves... Long ones, 1.25 kind foij, ..,... Men's Goods Monarch $1.00 Shirts Cluett 1.50 Shirts 50c kind for -- w,.. -- 50c Heavy Bleached Drilling. Yellow Tarleton Black and White Lace. .,.,,...,.. 5 0c 75c - Lisle Gloves... Black, Weite and Mode,' ' Mens Arrow Brand... - . 50c kind for25c 10c 50c 25c 35c 15c Collars, 4 for Some large sizes, doz. - ....'...-- - - 25c 50c 25c 25c Remnants 15c to 25c Lawns. Near Silk and Silcsias Red Tabic Linen ... ,,... 25c Gloves ..15c 1.00 Men's Underwear... "Porosknit" and Balbriggan, 50c kind, - for .. immhx.mMIMMI Jackson Corsets... Corsets for.- Nursing Corsets 75c and 50c Corsets Bleached Jean Drawers... ,,.. ........ ...- ..,........ 50c kind White 25c 75c Goods-wo- rth 25c, plain and fancy . Canary Satin... quality"! .... .-- 25c Ladies' 25c and 35c Hose... in black, tan, pink and fancy Black Organdie Infants Hose... 25c quality, black, white, red, tan and white lace..' , Suitings... Check and solid . -f- Jf-c 10c 10c 8c Pure Linen Crash... Bleached and unbleached Misses Black Lace Hose... 25c Hose 40c window, but not injured 15c Men's Fine Sox, tan and pearl, 25c kind 1.25 Hats, choice of anything but Stetsons Men's 3.00 : Stetson's ,i. A few good suit cases, a few pair Royal Tailor Pants and a few nice Serge Suits, all at less than actual cost to us. Three or four good Iron Beds at a sacrifice. One genuine Singer Sewing Machine, I 4 off the regular price. About 2 doz. Child's Suits left, sold up to $4.50, choice -- A few Monarch and Cluett Shirts that got wet in the Bleached Huck Crash Cotton Batts for Boys' Pants, sold up to 2.50 and 3.00, choice Men's light color, light weight 5.00 Pants, 1.00 1.00 2.00 Sale 3E5ogri30LS Positiveiy No Goods Will Be Taken Back Next Saturday July 30th rj amtsxxtxsis&z'z IMiWHflitiiy Or Exchanged .rfQrt'- - )mVtGjf T li BATH TUB TRUST 52 S SUED BI U. S. Always eat with cheerful spirit. To spoil your wife, find fault, ami I Buy Ice Coupon Books AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL The drivers will cither col Don't expect them to credit you, lor they will be charged with each book, aru( will have to account for the ice they take out lor dc No ice will be chnrccd. lact ensh or coupon livery. fe I keep finding fault It takes very little brains and much less piety to constitute a first class grumbler. Many a man who prides hlmseJf on being self niado la simply a product of bis fiood wife. There Is no more pluatfiut art lu the vorlil that that of salne pleao-an- t things lu a pleasant way. Dnt say disagreeable things of anyone to uuyone unless absolutely necessary I i I 3 I I You Will Bay Furniture S msnt C far-fetche- at our store when you see our mammoth stock of house furnishings and get our prices. We sell goods at from Growing Old. 0 to 25 per cent cheaper than any store in Western It Is tho solemn thought connected come and Kentucky. If this sounds a little life that life's last busiwith middle ness Is begun in earnest; and it is make the comparison yourself. Not only low prices then midday botween cradle and the line to select from. gTave, that a man boglus to iaarol SJ but a big, days of youth go hy- jr. goods that ho let tho We are not offering you "Second-hand- " po half enjoyed. It Is tho polish e stock on our (although we have a large second-han- d autumn feeling; It is the sensation of lmlf sadness that we experience 52 second floor for those or limited means, and who want when the longest of the year is past, the original cost), and arc good stuff at about one-ha- lf and every day that follows is shorter latest, high grade furn- and tho light falntor, and the feebler & prepared to show you the very fc iture creations on the market. Note these prices: shadows tell that Nature Is hastend, up-to-da- te i I i ,ir iSftL ISS-- v, PI Jka tSi I ft! - TAKE FEDERAL AUTHORITIES AQAINST POWERFUL 8TEPS COMDINATION. j" S & CONCERNS INVOLVED Charg Ar Ao.aInt Firms Says Jobber Compelled to Sign Contracts Output $100,000,000. Iron-Boun- 8 Baltimore. July 23 -- The jsovfrn y 0 to bi-- r ing with gigantic footstep grave. So doos man look bac winter upon his youth. When the first gray ! hair becomes visible, when tho unwelcome truth fastens itself upon tho mind that a man is no longer going up bill, but down and that the sun Is always westering he looks back on things behind. When wo were children we thought as children. But now there lies boforo us manhood, with Its earnest work and then old age, and then the grae and then fA home. There is a second youth for AS mau, better and hollor than his first, S if he will look on, and not look back. The Needs of the Young. 5 Your children arc apt to think that what you do is right. They have no ideal of truth or righteousness but yourself. Things which you do, know ing at the time to bo wrong, they take to be right. They roason this way: "Father always does right. Father did this. Therefore this Is right." That- Is good logic but bad premises. No ono ever gets over having had a bad example set him. Your conduct more than your teaching makes impression. Your laugh, your frown, your dress, jour walk, your greetings, your goodbyos, your comings, your goings, your habits at the table, the tones of your voice n are making, an which will last a million years after yon aro dead and the sun will be QzUnguish-e- d and tho mountains will crumMq, and tho world will die, and eternity will roll on In perpetual cycles, but there will be no dimunitlon of the force of your conduct upon the young iniit-ossio- g f bathtub truit Tht annual ouij-u- t li $100,000,000 Tb ion orRumium W! tuit. which was Med in ihe rmtd 1 VV States clrcnlt court Is In the irro i sarrmnn fjj a bill of iqulty under thsdltguiu iu' fJi antitrust act. asVlBc the of the sanitary Ironware combination made up of alittun manuraciurfra. bill wm filed by Kdwln I" Tli . Toim-noriptclal amUunt to Attor J& uf General Wlcksraham and Jv)pa Darllne. avolal attnt of th depart Yji men eel Inrritlsatlau had di that aUUeii nianufacturlac Qnn vntvrud into the combination oonmu ! Ibk thf prlrea and tsruia of aal" ol throughout tht I'nued S1 their product W1I alien they toiupei Thi 3tati &, nil jvbbr to ktcn Iron bound ten 1.25 to Center Tables, all styles tract a a cundltton of eblalniDR theii Iron Clad Alarm Clocks. (aods and refute to cell to any on not alcnlnc och uniform contrail Eleeant Mattine Rues. 6x9 . They hao alio advanced price, it is " " " charged. Tho companUa are . Chifforobes, pretty designs, ora The Karnes Manufacturing Library Tables, a bie line to party. JUnnfleld. O . the Chill Iran Work. Chattanooga . Col w II Iad A new line of Mattings, some as beautiful pat- company. New York: th Day VM company. Warren. O . Humphrey 20c, terns as you ever saw company. Manafleid Manufar'tirtng A fine line Druggets, Axminsters O : Kerner Manufacturing conipanv IMttiburc. the J L. Molt Iron Work Saxonys as low as Niw York. McCmm !!owU rompa Ingrains Walker ny. New York. MeVeago liraddock. NaUonai Sanitary Manx facturin; company. Ptttiburg. VuU.n Bcnltary company. Noblrll. Ini V S Sanitary Manufacturing comfa rittiburg. - Wolff This line includes Refrigerators, Ice Boxes, Lace Cur- - Sj ny. company. Chicago. A Manufaetur lnc Vtkttel tains, Ice Crenm Freezers, and other things too nttmcr-- ) & Son, Haltlmer. Wheeling Knata heeling. Stand tied Iron roropanjr, ous to to mention. Call and sec them. ard Sanitary Manufacturing company. IMtttburg. filed suit hero to dissolve tho This rule will not apply to soda fountains, hutch cr shops, fish docks and other large users of ice, t n their accounts will be on file at our office. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. (INCORPORATED.) jr. a. XXX.Iji03rt Ivr.Anor. s N mssAs$s?ffmmfmd HICKMAN MARBLE ttrvrit to II WORKS Sr, Prop lf-r- 3.50 6.00 9x12 at. 12.50 22.50 22.50 .400 7.00 1.25 2.25 W TOM DILLON, (i g 1 A luwmil' r Si Marble and Granite S' Monuments 25, 30c 7.00 22.50 15.00 g Ty is II. BtHJMAXAN. II. RwekaaAM T. A. CURBING. STONK WORK UP KINDS, IRON FENCING Hickman, A Knttnk VfJ Summer Goods at Slaughter Prices Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. St. Louis Furnishing W. E. ALLEN, Manager. C: I & HAMGEDWITHFi3ET Shoe Orf." bare ...ABSOLUTE SAFETY... the basis that wo offer to depositors. Other inducemri ' arc of secondary importance. Upon this guarantee v. SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE rYM.M I'IKKOTOHH 1. A. TIIOM 1 fcV3S0 oyos that saw that heard It. Wo heard ono ef our joung men making sport of religion in front of our office the oilier day. Wis mous-tach- o had just reuu to (pnout and judging from hia talk his nrvntnl faculties were not as well developed as his moustache. During our, brief stay upon earth wo have seen many Just such young men cold in death. We hnvo seen the atheist at root in his casket, but boforo being consigned to their last resting place they have all been carried through the doors of a church and had prayers Bald ovor them. This young man could scoff at religion in bis strength and beauty of health, but If the dark nitel should get after him be would Instinctively regrot what he said and look into the futuro with fear and trembling. Whon ono stands before the open door of eternity his desire to scoff at religion vanishes. Wo admit there aro bad men in the church, but oven theso black KUwip In tho flock might be blacker if they wore outside. No young man or old ono either, should condomn the noblo ef-- A ing condition of things, and vrhathor we attend church or not but few of ua wxiuld desire to live in a commute lty wkere there w&s no church. "VViung man, in tto fitiure, If you must Roofr t religion, pl.ase nvt n little further from our oflce if you do not want to see your name in Belleville (III.) Negro Atks Permission to. "Die With His BcllerHle. lll.Tjuly it or the young ears forts, the army of ChrUtlan ui.n and ing of Hubert Martin, a negro, fur women are making towards better- nished ft holiday nctarle fer l.e :i The hunt- print. Whittle Here. "Whistle htvre," says tho signal board to tht engineer as he approaches soino crossing, town or khorough-fnr- o, and warn unwary people of danger. 'Whistle hero," says worn out physical nature, irritable nurvos sloeplssti nights and impaired digestion to tho ambitious brnln. Heed the signal or tho keonest Intellect and the truest heart Is crippled for life. "Whistle hero," says conscience to tho young man taking his first gloss at tho Uir, uneasy and bb burned of himself and hulf resolves ho will never bo seen there again. Hed, oh heed while conscience speaks, death Is in tho draught, "Whistlo hero," sas fnsblonable ambition as you don your costly robes and excelleth thy neighbor when thy pueo only contains what is rightfully anothors. Sooner or later thy scul skin sacquo will bo changed for a mantlo of shame. "Whistlo here," says ruined heDo contracting debts to bask in ease mid and despondent days when you nro to laden your table with dollclous morsols to foist your friends; wisdom speaketb, "fools niako feasts and wise men eat them, debts como duo and you'vo nothing o moot them." '" I IF taker You Are a Picture we want to remind you that we sell Photo who held tickets of adnissinn (ram Sheriff Caifcel to the Jail yard Wb the attending physlctana derlarl Martla dea'd. many of tho eorlooa "gnekts" crowded toward the seat-fol' and asked to lew the body at close range. This was denied by Mirrlrr Cashel and atl were bidden to leave the yard. Stivers! negroes wltnesd the nans Inc. No 'women were allowed to at tend, nnd woman conOued In the Jil' ntar the scaffold were rwmovad to an other section. Martin wore a dirV suit and white gloves. He wore no shoes, as he had rqueted. suylng that ho did not want to die "with hi shoes on." He also requested permission to wear white gloves. d ! i Itom J.J MtNHlitntHt KM ter H. ThreUeld If J J M. W AMI HuMnl Our Stock is Complete and ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Hcinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase & Sanborn's Coffees nnd Teas CftllMfrrTWaith tt wHMt la Mrnl at fK UHIM Supplies of all kinds and always fresh and of the very Come here for best quality. your Plates, Films, Paper Mounts and Chemicals. We also do developing and printing at reasonable prices MISSOURI GETS WARSHIP Jackie Take Potsstilon of Government Gift and Will Aacend HIUKH. CltMBtl MKATd KKKItnTtlfrtl. Telephone 6 3 Deliveries Mtllppl. HELM & ELLISON The Missouri naval reserves from St. Louis ore the proud possessors of a real warship. They have takon possession of the monitor Amphltrlle and will start up the Mississippi for HL Louis with New Orloans, July 23. Ledford &. Randle their prixe. Do You Believe in I-.- - a Greater Hickman ? The boat will make ecvonil stops on the trip up the rlvur to Ht. lunula probably laying over for brief periods at Natchez, Vlcksburg, Memphis nnd Cairo. Tho bont Is now undor command of Commander W. V. ltoberts of the rcservos, with Lieutenants F. S. Montgomery and Andre Roosevelt next in command. Service and Safety We offer you a complete banking service and provide absolute safety for your funds. We want your banking business, and whether your account be large or small, wc will extend every consistent banking accommodation and will protect your Interests with the same care and fidelitj that we apply to our own It is our business to receive and safeguard deposits; to loan mouey on proper security; to transmit money to other cities and coun tries; to collect notes, etc., and. in general, to render every financial service within the scope of a modern banking institution. Come in and see us when we can be of seivice to you. B i Back your judgment with your money,. Perry Loses an Eye, Tho many Mends of h. I). I'orry, formerly in tho rostaurant buslnoaH hi this city, but now a rosldont of McEwen, Tcnn,, will bo sorry to learn of his recont mlsfortuno. Somo timo ago Mr. I'orry had his oyos Injured whllo fighting fire, which refined to yield to treatment. Ho has had his Ight eyo romoved and Is doing nicely at last report. Richmond & Bond Co. have started a new Business Addition, lots $200 to $300. Mark their prediction: "These lots will sell for $1,000 to $1,500 in five years." Buy now and take your pick. Will sell on monthly payments. Now is the small man's chance. LET ME TRADE WITH YOU RUSSELL JOHNSON - "Whistlo here," says Providence. when tho ruin and disgrace of soino old speculator, whoso greed ol gain has made him an embezlor, brings homo tho warning to tho young speculator, who knows ajmt not yot discovered, ho has begun to tread tho samo path. Ah, friends, heved theso frlKndly warnings; though oft Tho first fine imposed In Kentucky repeated aro not heard forever, Their undor tho now law prohibiting drinkvolco is deadened by our very fa ing lhuior on u passenger trnln was miliarity with them. imposed in polico court in Loulsvlllo, Thursday. A negro who had boon Twonty-twtlokcts wcro sold from far disobeying tho law was this placo Monday on account of tho fined $20 and the police Judgo sant low rate excursion to Moniphla and Wm to tlio workhouse-- in defanlt payment. return. o l?lSSBMMlf. tITTW? mSS""S1SSS1 glTa'JMtlsiHIIH Capital and Surplus, R. T. TVLIik, 1'ietl. W. C. Hl!ll). $85, 000.00 JOHN I'Vl.li. C.hl.r Ao'ldhltr :lal -- & fcJlASfl t "Vt TFHf J vl .1 wKilHsHS&feiBSuE df Jn wNifKHKwHilHlfflBflkSZ Hickman is to Have a New Bank Soon. Infant Died Monday, If you nrc the market for anything in the motor boating line, 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 o best advantage. It will pay you to sec us before placing your order for anything in the motor boating line. WE ARE AGENTS POR FERRO MARINE IN FULTON ENGINES CO., KY AND MISSISSIPPI CO., MO. GUS MOORE, WHEAT WANTED Hickman, Ky. Investigated Lynching, The apt-eU- l (traiid Jury Hint wiu to Investigate tin-- lynching of ! two Miigro on Suiiiiayi July I. it la aid, found Ivrvn indictment have beH arrwtvd. lilo trrmt. i itlrr for but only ervenname were given laat at Mi Until Two of the ft..4 HlulT llllfll on hihI till LiihU uf r tlmrt nollrr. 'H, John McCIhmmImh and Wn Knight, who were charged with inur-l- . Dalinke-NYalk- er r In the flritt ilagrtw. Sine tben. Milling Co. .'. They ar J tubra ukhWhite and Wm. IhtbW. r . Oi-ooc- l, J". nargMl with murder in tfl flrat d- iA iimup riinii , W. I. SliHpaon, Ctarauce John-- , HickmunJKy laa mlrlaml awn and Tandy iluf. eharjwl with rlutlnf , a iMiaiMeanor. The bond of Dm four charge! with GERMANS EXPEL MORMONS murder In the ftrat degrwe wre Axed Leader of tatter Day Salnta Meeting jat tlu.vev ach, and Otoe charged lib a mMvmvanor were fixed at Arretted In Berlin and Told f'aWt. Nona had trwtW. to give bond. to Leave Country. aa Many of our bet and mutl wealthy Herlln. July 21.nrmany officially , ,.,,---. vhti.urilv atEtwd the bonds has taken cosnUance of the attempt UmA M tjW0M . ,. cf a tumlxrr of American Mormona to " lm" U" e.t.ud their propaganda In Germany. e(w,f ?""U ,u 8,M,n ot ,l "W ad the polje raided a meUns In w"" b th. heart of the olty Ulne oonduet'd lk" boiKU l""td " by a oartr of twentr-oaMarnumi allowed to attm them aa thy want4 NoaBh from I'tah, boi oh Uw ho ml Uft There were a number of German from witleh tJwy ooukl ttet a Jury women In the crowd. All the men on trial day. rre arretted and the women tent Th lyahlaK la ovar. Ihom ettarR-horn Th Moriaon leader It Joha aa balNg ooHHactad with It nav Kay of Halt Lake City. beo arreated and Kara Kalnwl their Powder It Ignited by Sun. liberty by rIvIhk hond, and now hH Chippewa Kail. Wit.. Jsly St. Pe- m droji Om MUr. We don't ter GllberUon. ainl M. waa Mown up that aMjrtblHK aerkwta can Ik by an oxploalon In thw atone qarrti (rwm Ui rratilt; m do not of Uie rhlopewa CfattnMtton eonv rtetal i until tlieru la pany locaif-- at Colfat. WIm.. whll romlHH any oortalMty of him UIhk Kullty ohm prrpartnic a hlaal Tbf powder from the flereti heat of the un. of waoUiiK to wrotiR a fallow ettlMii b!owtor ailbertaon 10 fmit thromth CtntrWaton Kwterprtao. the air. althouch ho wolcbod I7t pcunda. Stale of Ohio. Olty ot Tolodo. We air In th mnrkrl (or Ml kiml- - ( (i mil Hay mill kiiiIx hrui rrii - Act arrtil. v. Omar Curtis, ten months old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wiley, died Monday morning after a brief Illness. A now bank, with n capital stock Durlal took placo Tuesday morning at of JM.000, Ih to bo opened up In 9 o'clock nt tho City Cemotory. Tho Hickman about tho first ot Septem- bereaved parents havo tho sympathy of their many friends in tho loss of ber. their little son. Our good friend, O. P. Shumate. formerly cashier of tho Hickman Hank, Is to ho on tho hoad of the new organization, and a bettor man Items From Route 5 for HiIh position could not bo found In tho stnto. A feature of tho new bank will bo n savings department-payi- ng School I3 progressing nicely now. about 3 por cent on time de Jef Wostorman Is visiting his moth posits. This footuro Is ono that lian been needed hero for a long tlmo. er In Lnko County. and will ultimately koop several Tom Theatham, of Clayton, went thotiMinil dollnis of Illrkninn capital to Hickman Sunday. at home. ' Thoro will bo Sunday School nt The capital stock of M6.000 Is to Ileelfoot every Sunday. be largely distributed among nil rtohe of this community, and tho Itov. Ed Wright filled his regular amount of stock owned by any ono npiiolntmdnt nt Rogers Sunday. man will he limited. A largo part of Miss Georgia Council, of Ilogers, It hna lieon subscribed. spent Sunday with Miss Nellie Leo At present wo cannot say Just Ksruo. whete Uioy i bo located; a matter Mrs. Taylor and daughter, Nannie, not fully decided, wa believe. are visiting Mr. and Mrs .DIckMosler "The People's Hank" will bo tho of this placo. name of the new institution. Her. J. It. Williams is holding a Here's our host wishes for succors. protracted meeting in J. I. Caldwell's woods lot this" week. Mrs. Mcliurln, of Cnllmoti. Mo., Mrs. Ilassbam, of Laku County, is baa been th gueet of W. E. Allen now a rosldent of this vicinity. Sbo ami fntiilly for several days. moved last Saturday. JShoe Bargains For Women, Misses and Children "We S t! v ' J " . iV n-- y .... ; have placed upon our counters a lot of ODDS and ENDS in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Slippers and Oxfords which affords you a golden opportunity to get them at prices that you should not miss. Only a few pairs of a kind. ;i ft Millet & Alexander Top-Notche-rs in all kinds of 1 HOT WEATHER WEARABLES FOR MEN .j, ,, "r" " " - , d d CLAY & CALDWELL BLACKSMITHS Woodworking and Horseshoeing A Specialty Lei ui grind your plow points an.i make them good at new. J. Krank J. Cheimy auUcoa oath that he la Miilor partHr of tho firm ot V J Cheny A Co.. doltiR butnctn In tho City of Tolado. County and State af..rfl!il, and that aald firm will pay the turn of ONK HUNUHEI) Voir IwVIlS for each and every ense of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by tho uae of Hall's Catarrh Cure KKANK CHBNBV. I.uei CoHnty. aa. Sworn to btforo ma nnd aubrlbcd In my proaenoo. thta Cth day of December. A. U. 18SC. A. W. GlMson. Notary labile (Seal) Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken and acta dlrttotly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho systom. Bond for testimonials frco . Address F. J. CHENEY &. CO., To-lln- asli Book Store Splendid Selection Tako Hull's Family Pills for constipation. The Uapthit Missionary Society will t with Mrs M Amberg Thursday All the members are eor dlall) invtfd. m-,- Ohio. Sold by all drugRltU, 7Co. aft-inoo- n New Books Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Kverjtlitng 'Every Month' writes Lola P. Roberts, of Vienna, Mo., "I used to be sick most of the time and suffered with backache and headache. My Mother, who had been greatly helped by the use of Cardul, got me two bottles, and I have been well ever since." E49 'II nml He (ur H took t'tto-dnt- r Mary Berendes & Co. Dett flour on tho market. & Mutters-wort- Prathur. Dr J M Hubbard nml wife ed hundny from an vxtended north "iillowBtono 1'nrk and othor Interest iiiR points. return trip up They spunt aevoral days at In uvcry homo where thoro is a baby tbcro should ulto bo a bottlo of McCEE'S liAUV EL.IX1II. It may mu Ul UI1JT tlUlD iU WUUlitwui momacii, wind colic, diarrhoea or summer complaint. It is n wholesome remedy, contains no opium, morphine or injurious drug of any kind. Prico -- uo and COo per bottlo. Sold by Hick man Drug Co. IIUI-MV- Tho Woman's Tonic Cardul Is a gentle tonic for young and old women. It relieves and prevents pain. It builds strength. It feeds the nerves. It helps the whole system. Made from harmless roots and herbs, It has no docs not bad Interfere with the use of any other medicine and can do you nothing but good. Try Cardul. It will help you. Your ueaier sens it. after-effec- ts, Mrs. J. it. lirown nnd MrH. M. E It oso arc homo after spondlni; Hover nl days nt Dawtmn Sprlnga. IolnK hnrd work in a bont or stoop-m- g position puts a stitch in tho back that Is painful. Iftho muscles hnvo become strained, you can't got rid of It without help. Tho great power of DALLAIIU'S SNOW LINIMENT will appeal to you most otroiiBly nt such times, becnuso It Is thu very thing you need. Price 2jc ,C0c nud $1.00 per bottlo. Sold by Hltkman UruB Co. peno-trntliiR Ilulto's Excellence Is the name of DIRE DI8TRES8. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Haskins, of our now, high grade flour, guaranteed Union City, spont Wednesday night Happenings At Cayce. to be the best in Hickman. Your with Henry Howard and family. money back if not satisfied. Betters-wortIt la Near at Hand to Hundreds of Mr. and Mrs. Pink Marshall, of & Prather. Hickman Readers. visiting Miss Lillian Edmlston is Union City, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed W H. Ilotedale, the photographer Marshall, of Clayton, went to Walnut friends in Jordan. who left hero nnd went to Knst Prai- I Jog fishing ono day Inst week. Wyatt Johnson und wife went to Don't neglect an aching back. rie. Mo., about five years ago, will Moscow Monday. Backache la tho Kidneys' cry for return to this city to reside. Ho Is The death angol visited tho homo help. n brother of A. S. Hosedalo nmr the of Mr and Mrs. Llnsiaan and claimed Rev. R. A. Wood was in Hickman Nolect hurrying to tholr aid. two brothers will likely merge their for Its own tho little Infant. The on business Tuesday. Means that urinary troubles follow photo business. Glad to have him deceased waB burled at the Crescent Miss Inz Roper visited Miss Lois Dlro distress, diabets, Bright's disCemetery a fow days ago back. ease. Freeman Saturday night. Mrs. G. B. Walker, CaUet SL, & Rev. A. N. Walker and daughter Broadway, HIckmau, Ky., saya: I am made a short visit hero this week. strong endorser of Doan'a Kidney SBBBaVYf Ned Attoberry attended the ico Pills and firmly believe that It it PLUMBING PROGRESS cream supper at Crutcbfleld Saturday wero not for them, I would now bo a night. confined invalid. The pains in my The change that males the pro- back were so severo that I could of the vein in houie building ii ercM Mrs. Annlo Underwood and children hardly stoop and to straighten was most evident in the plumbing of the home. nro visiting relatives in Jordan this equally as difficult. My head often Modern fixtures and open plumbing, conforming wook. ached and at times I became so dizzy to sanitary laws and contributing to good health, Miss Nell Raymor and sister wero that I could hardly stand. My health tr Ab VlBl$r are the most noteworthy improvements. too guests of Miss Bessie Johnson rapidly declined and I was In a critOur business is plumbing irtprtveJ flunh-fti-g. ono night last week. ical condiUon when a friend advised We nil and install 'tasdard" Porcelain mo to try Doan's Kidney Pills. AlEnameled plumbing fixtures and the guaranteed Miss Irvlo Roach returned to her though I had almost despaired ot excellence ot these goods backed by our own homo In Corinth, Miss., Monday, af-t- getting relief, I procured a box at n few weeks visit with relatives Helm & Ellison's Drug Store and tho reputation assures vou only the best. nnd friends In and near Cayce. results of their use were remarkable. Mrs. Nan Edmlston and lltUe daugh In less than threo weeks I was reHickman Plumbing and Tinning Go. tor rotunied to their homo In Scooba, stored to good health and kidney com Miss., Saturday. They wero accom- plaint had been removed from my panied homo by tho former's sister. system. For sale by all dealers. Price EOc. Fo8ter-Ml)burCo., Buffalo, N. Y., ttttTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTT Motfs Nervine Pills sole agents for the United States. Woodland Mills Remember tho name Doan'a ard The great nerve and brain treattako no other. ment for men and womon, produces strength and vitality, builds up the UATKSOne Cent per Word pr Week Horn to tho wife of Josso McNeil, Cftfth In Atlvnnce. ayatem and renews the normal vigor. Tuesday morning presented a scene this week, a girl. a. a. .. t. a a. t t. . i, .i..a..i. t.i. ... For salo by druggists or by mall, $1 of activity on tho river front. Tho Will Davis, ot Union City spont FOR SALE: A flno cow. J. W. per box, 6 boxes for JG. Hickman Missls8ipl fell about 2 Ms feet on the Sunday with his father and mother. previous night resulting In loaded Williams, West Hickman. lOtfc Drug Co., Incorporated. barges, ferry boats, launches, fish Mrs. Mamie Wutsou, ot Hickman, 200 gallon cypress FOR SALE: docks and all kinds or river craft Is the gueet ot her father, 1. N. Wo seo where a girl during her being left high and dry on the bank. tank for salo cheap. H. N. Cowglll. Itranham. first yearlet, was unmed "Mary." All hands nud tugs wero busy TuesFOR SALE: 80 head of good stock When old enough to do up Mr nnd Mrs. T. M. Flack visited her own owes. Apply to J. P. Maddox, State ratlets, she was called "Miss Mary." day getting tho fleet back into the their brother, Will Du Flack, nt water, involving no snial amount of 39 Line, Ky. When she got beaulets, sbo signed worry and oxpenso. The sudden drop t'rockett. Tenn, this wook. WANTED: Horses to pasture Ap- her letters, "Mae." She finally mar- was unusual and honce unlooked for. We mo vury glad to say that the ply to Leo Page, noar llrownsviUe. ried and the kidlets called her "Ma." Farmers liank opened last Monday Good pasture. morning with J. E. Cox oashle'r. WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. PILE3I PILE31 Miss Dee Lancestor, who has boon Have you. neglected your kidneys? When Schmidt makes you a suit Williams' Indian Pile Ointment, will Havo you overworked your nervous visiting her moUior Mrs. F. P. Pruett, has n turned to hor homo In Memphis ho keeps It pressed FREE for two cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles system and caused trouble with your months. It absorbs the tumors, allays Itching kidneys and bladder? Have you pain Mrs Eda E Hice, who has been en- at once, acta as a poultice, gives In- In loins, side, back, groins and bladttrtalnlng n bouse party, gavo a Dulto'e Excellenco flour is positive- stant relief. Williams' Pile Ointment der? Have you a flabby appearance moonlight plcnlo and u party last ly guaranteed by us. Bettersworth Is prepared for Piles and Itching of of tho face, especially under the eyes & Prather. week. the privato parts. Sold by Hickman Too frequent a deslro to pass urine? Drug Co, COc Master Clias. Kkigmnn, of Tltus-vlllo- , Co., Props., and $1. Williams' Mfg., If bo. Williams' Kidney Pills wlU cure Miss Metla Frost, who has been Cleveland, Ohio. Fla Is tho guest of his aunt, you Hickman Drug Co., Prloa 60o. visiting her cousin, Mrs. D. J. Douglas, hns returned to hor homo at Win-g- Mrs. J. H. Mlllot. Call at tho Hickman Furniture Co. Kf. A. E. DeBow and Sheriff Johnson J. W. Wright, ef Trimble, Tenn.. Is tor anything you want in furniture. wero in Fulton Sunday night. visiting his son, Policeman Jno. Miss Fnrrar and lluth McConnoll, of Union City, wore tho guests of Wright nnd fnmlly. Misses Carrio and Luollo llurms Inst Gordon Rice, tho Home Insuranco week. man, of Fulton, was In this city on Mr nnd Mrs. Johnson Mewhlnnoy, business Tuesday. of near Hickman, spont ouo day, last W. L. Helm, of thojirm of Fuqun, week with their daughtor, Mrs. J. W. Holm & Co., hns been on tho sick We know how important the rilling of a prescription is, Prather. list this week, nnd unable to bo nt how much it means to the doctor and to you so we fill his placo ot business. We compound them from the prescriptions Get ready for a big fall buslno'ss. Mrs. Jno. Hasting, of Sulphur, Okbest grade, purest drugs, the only kind we keep in the John Menchnm nnd wlfo nro ex- lahoma, arrived huro Tuesday night to spend a few days with her brothpected homo Saturday night from system eliminates all possi-dilit- y store , and our er, Policeman Jno. Wright. their wedding trip in Mlsslsslpl. h p J DOC z& ji HV &: 30G Ji n Courier Want Column a - o. We Carefully Fill Prescriptions right. Cotton, the plumber. Phono 65. W A Johnston Is very optomlstlc concerning tho river bottom crop prospects. Ho says IhU end of tho county will hnvo tho best crops in Now watch Hickman its. history boom this fall. . Tho County Election Commissioners counted tho ballots cast In tho local option election at Fulton at tho Court House Monday, the official count being tho samo as reported 18 majority for tho drys. of mistake. Helm & Ellison ir- -i 3Jt-".i pgr- - tt ITALIAN COTTON LEADS OUR YOUTH'S REVENGE EXPORTS Ex- Statistics on the Amount of Our ports Issued. Washington, D C Cotton, copper, Illuminating oil, wJicmt these artMe, In tho order named, formed the most Important articles exported from tho United States during the fiscal year Just closed. The valuo of the cottnn exported was $450,000,000: of the rojv per. $83,500,000; of the Illuminating oil, $02,500,000, and of the wheat, 'Every Month' writes Lola P. Roberts, of Vienna, Mo., "I used (o be sick most of the lime and .suffered with backache and headache. My Mother, wlio had been greatly helped by the use of Cardui, got me two bottles, and I have well ever since." Other articles of export ranged In been Taluo as follows: Flour, lard, tobacco, lumber, upper leather, corn, bltuml E49 boas coal and lubricating oil. American Bar Association Meeting. Tie American Bar Association will and meet In Chattanooga August September 1. This Is tho first time the American Bar Association has ever held a meeting this far South It la a gathering In contention of the most representative lawyers In Airer. lea, and a special offort Is being mile to Induce lawvors throughout tho Southern States to be present and make this one of the largost In the history of the association. The Tenncs see Dar Association will hold their business meeting on August ?9 and the other meetings wll be held Jointly with the American Bar Association 30-3- 1 Tho Woman's Tonic Cardui is a gentle tonic for young and old women. It relieves and prevents pain. It builds strength. It feeds the nerves. It helps the whole system. Made from harmless roots and herbs, it has no does not bad Interfere with the use of any other medicine and can do you nothing but good. Try Cardui It will help you. Your dealer sells it after-effects, The Whole Family Victims of Wrath. Kmlllo Bassl, an N JPrinceton. Italian boy JO years old. who was by MIm ltwie Norton of this place. Is confined In the county Jail under suspicion of halng poisoned Mis North, hor uncle. Mr. Harper, 15. H Newton and tho cook of tho Norton residence. as Bassl, for disobeying orders, discharged by Miss Norton. The Italian became wild with anger and approaching hor, threatened to get even one way or another Miss Norton gave very little thought to tho throats and later at dinner she spoke of tho threats made by BasM. Tho dessert consisted of blackberries and cream. All partook of the fruit, and soon after were selied with violent nnd burning pains. An alarm was given and a doctor cnllcrt. butbefire medical aid could resnond wild cxcltomont prevailed In the house by the discovery that an at tempt had beon made to wipe out the work of the poisoner by fire, The homo was on fire In throe places In the attic, and for a time It looked as If the residence would be destroyed. Firevictims to n men carried tho helple nearbv phrlrl,. ""hlle othr flromei extinguished the spreading flames - Union City, Ga. Alleged Insinuations that tho organisation has. not flnQ THEKK gtf HERE been properly managed will ho thoroughly nTobed by tho Georgia division of the Farmerf CoOperatlvo and Union This stntemnt waa Dont forget 1 hao a nice Une of rwu!i at tho close of tho first session Schmidt. overcoat samples of tho farmers' stato convention hero Tuesday. One upon n time opportunity fall Report o' dlatlifactlon. It Is said, door ,'d to knock nt a wise man have led officials and leading numbers Hut ke adrtliMHl for hor und of the erglnUatlon to urge a thorough came and stayed. lleniijiulii Frank-l.ti- . Investigation of all official sots In tho Georgia divisions. rV-- -' tfjmbr&temmM j " " fa?mers' Union Row. A mulo belonging to u farm Elktun, K., was stum; to u a swarm of bees une dny la The fiirmor wag plowing i bur ot lilvuM, whou the n hIiiiik on the oar. It ran ,, tiiriuHl nuvurul IiIvoh and it awnnn nttadkad It. RUuirfiig u m-j- , ly that it tlvtttl but a short iu. (. l Try a sack of 101 Highest Patent Flour. Case A Bon No. 181. t, 3 An wamliyitlon of appltcaute for uppolutuieul to State University win be held at the Court Home uuxt Fri day and Saturday, July 29 and 30. Dora M. Smith, Co. Supt. STOPS The Singer Sowing Marktne Co r tlmbr dlapooed of 1.M0 acre land. In the lower nd of the count . to Hickman bujers last week. It wm divided among six or eight ur- Um. None of the Und U In colli vh Uoh. Aorag prioa W. Argument were made last week at Benton in one of the most unique damace uH ever ftto! in Kentucky The mil la that of David Boaard. ad mliiMralor. agnlwit the Illinois IV n tral railroad for JJ.WS damage aa a result of the death of hla little mii .r Willie a naeeettaer an a train Otterrllle. Hla., aad I'wiumli. It in alleged that Oeors Boaard. tUrt. year old. caught the meaafee from anoUHT paasenger in the coach Th" lad died of ale lllneea with the mea Wn and was filed for J:.'.""" by Ok-- falker. The ca datum waa fought bitterly on both tdw and Is the flrat of 111 kind to be tried in PALLING HAIR DANDRUIT DLSTKOYS Ayer's Hair Vigor AN LTCGANT DRCSSINC, MAKLS QmU. HAIR GOU t'ntum. Inifrnilinntc (tumu Olvintn. Akh. Wl. i.1. Sulphur. Sedlurn CWfM, there Is anythlm! Injurious here. Ask your tloctor liim also If there Is not genuine merit lieu, Ask If Docs not GoUor the HairJ rr NO BOLL WEEVIL IN GEORGIA. Snout Weevil There. But Not to Cotton. Atlanta, Ga. There Is no such thing aa the boll weevil In Georgia, reports to the contrary notwithstanding This or statement was made bv E. L ahamtate entomologist, following the receipt of alleged specimens of the weevil from Wilkes county. On examination Mr Worsham found that the specimen was of the snout weevil species, a near relative of the boll weevil, but not destructive to cotton. Destruct-Iv- t jmWiS Screens J&JJSTJD' Money for Lynched Man. Newark, Ohio. George BoIum . of the Mercer National Ban At Harrodsburg. Ky.. and ndmlHtstrator of tho estate of Carl Rtherlngton, the detecthe lyncbod hero or July S, Tuoeday made formal demand on the Licking count t authorities f the $5,000 damages authorised by the paid by the county to the Go Villson hus ipitoir'd Chas state to be persons lynched R. MiDowel! of Lexington Intuocrat estate of stated that he would bring Bohon Ic state election commission- - r He suit In the federal court for $10,000 r A baaknr going hneae to dinner saw bas ben rejjoirud eury against former Sheriff Llnke and his a 1 10 bUI i the urbeione. 11. j k since 1905. bondsmen. ed It up, noted the number, and wmt on home HI wire remarked tint the butcher had nrHt a blH amount ing to $10. The enlf money he bad wblrh b waa the bill be bad gate tier and ehe pafct the butch' r Th.' butcher paM II It 1 farw- -r for a .tlf, the farmer MiM It to tbr niur hnt. who la turn MM It to a ab rnii..ii and abe, owing to tbr bai.k a li( for 1U, went to the beak m.'l t Tbe bunker tmw k up 'he note n;. J tbr bill M the Me be had fouii'l and wbtch to that time bad worth of debts On careful exanna tion he diacoveril that the bill i Now, what waa hist tn counterfNt the transaction aad by whom? pro-Ideanti-saloo- n Sprinkling Rates FOR 1010 tlt The sprinkling rnto for the scnton, beginning May 1st find ending November 1st, 1010, in residence section, is yi-a- 50 foot front and under . . . $6 $0 8c for ench additional foot. too, Business house rate, each door This is payable in advnncc. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. I pWi' neerperated V: LNCOIiroitATKD J. SCREEN Hickman Furniture Co. STEARHS r FOSTER MATTRESS Its absolute com fort and whole rest- giving construction, make the Stearns 6c Foster best of all for inducing dreamless, healthful sleep. We Special Sale wmmmmmmmmmmmmmm for 30 Days We wish to close out some WIRE tIf it lr ODD PIECES and will make you a price them that Will Surprise You . ttll them. . W. A. DOD9S etesm COMMISSIONER'S SALE. COMMISSIONER'S 8ALE. Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. J. I. Jeuniugs, I'laintiff, agalust Inez, btolld and Elgin Henderson, Defendants, Equity. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered ut the May term thereof, 1910, lu the above cause, for the sum of Ouu Hundred Eight Dollars, with Intel est ut the rate of fclx per sent per unuum from tho day of until puld, and costs herein, I shall procwed to effer fur sale at tho Court House door in Hickman, Kentucky to tho highest bidder, at PUB LIC AUCTION, on the Sth day of August, 1910, ut 10 o'clock, a. m., or thereabout (being County Court day). upon a credit of six months the folt: lowing described property, Beginning at a stake on the west line of tho quarter section Jeuuings und Scotts corner pointers Poplar faoutli of east 10 uks Hickory north west thirty three links Irouwood east of north 44 links, thence south lk degroos west, G4 poles to a stake in the Kentucky and Tennessee line, pointers White Ouk south east 10 Unks white Oak south west IC links, small Gum north 28 links, thence eubt on the state line 90 poles to a largo branch, tbecico northwesterly with said branch to Scotts and Jennings line, thence west on said lino CCVi poles to the beginning, contain-fu- g 2C acres more or less, and being, tho west part of the south 1 C run to-wl6-- EASY Stylish, toti C PRICES VERY LOW oftxfffie For women who appreciate their money 's who want comfort who do not object to style here is a shoe that is so soft, is now, w and prices arc lower We also wish to Hay that our xrY ular line was never belter than Wc are the leaders in good Gocx' Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. Susie C. KeUcr, plaintiff, against Elizabeth Kelner & Etc., Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and ordeir of sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at the May term thereof, 1910, In the above cause, for the sum of Eighteen Hundred and Fifty Dollars vltu Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the 9th day of October, 1905, uuUl paid, and costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door In Hickman, Ky., to the highest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on the &th day of Aug., 1910, at 10 o'clock a. in., or thereabout, (being County Count day) upon a credit of six months the following described property, Lot No. 13C us same is known and designated on tho plan or map of Old Hickman, and Lots Nos. 278, 279, to-wl- t: ning east and west tho firil lengtli of quarter of tho south east quarter of Sec. 31. T. i. It. 5, W.. and con veyed by W. E. Wright and Ifo to J. I Jennings Dec. 20th, 1904, and of record In Deed Book No. 23, page 414 In the Fulton County Clerk'B office. Or sufficient thereof to produco the sums of money so ordered to bo made. For the purchase prlee, the purchaser, with approved security or securlUes, must executo Boad, bearing legal IntereU from the day of Bale until paid, aad having the fores and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms. J. B. MILNER, Com. MARRIAGE NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE worth IT pliant and that it foot-conformi- ng is a I revelation. dosirc to inform my friends that I am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly belonged to the Hickman Ice & Coal Co., and am now prepared to give you the best of service in this line. I am now selling genuine Notice 4 A TON t! LICENSE. 280, 281, 282, 253, 209, 260. 2G1, 2C2, 203, 270, 271, 272, 273, 274. 27B, aud 270, all in Block No. 2, in East Hick- man, Kentucky. Or sufficient thereof to produco tho sums of money so ordered to bo made. For tho purchase price, the purchaser, with approved security or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal Interest from tho day of tale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. J. R. MILNER, Com. The following wero granted li enso to marry in Obion county last vrock: Harry Galey Mid Earl Canada. Toinmlo Moss and Autra Hay. Sam Williams and Ada Luker. S. V. Boss and Floretlu Grimes. Walter Clark and Annie Puckctt. A. J. Stephens and Virginia Coram. C. B. Hlckok und WJlllc M. Jackson O, M. Austin and E. B. Cockennan. Eld. J. W. McGnrvey, West Kentucky Evaimollst, well known In this city, began a revival at Benton, Ky., last nlglrt. LYRIC SATURDAY NIGHT. Pittsburg Coal J THE WEAR is there all sorts of it All Leathers All Styles All Lasts CUSTOM Wertheimer-Swar- ls My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 Your orders appreciated, whether large or small. MADE BY Shoe Co. A. A. FARIS ST. LOUIS, u. s. A.