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The Hickman courier: August 4, 1910 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 hic1910080401_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: August 4, 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. HICKMAN COURIER AND MEMPHIS FOLKS HOW LIVIHO In Kultou county will tall you llinl we print mure locnl new than any oilier imtwr In ItiU CCMMERCIAL-AFFEA- L BOTH DNE YEAR FOR $1.25 A BLUE MARK rclloti of Kentucky J THE HieKMAN COURIER. Waqon up the Hill of Success. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. HERE D mtani tbat your ban expired Itenew promptly II you want tbe pap-- r to coma to you after IbU niontli JdvBrtising is the Team that Pulls the Commercial VOLUME Hi NO. M OLDIJBT TAPER IN WEBTERK KENTUCKY Grease the Rxles of Your Ulagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1910. WHOLE no. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR aula lHf.O int ritu brtulHE IN THE NORTHWEST i Most Successful Clearing Sale JViav2aa0MHBVlr Sc W ' y " . 'W V Jk Ll In the History of this Store Drawihg to a Close Saturday wil be the last day of the greatest Summer business we have ever: known, and if you need summer goods it will pay you welljto attend before Saturday night. HfolirrUM. I1H Forests Dten Swept by Untold Damage. I Aln .r. 5 Havs tha Country' Fir, Ctuilng Death and I I Millinery Our entire stock of ladies' dress and tailored hats at 1- Ladies' Suits, Dresses, Floor Coverings 25.00 Axminster 18 50 6.50 Brussels Rugs 11.50 12.50 Brussels Rugs 9.50 3.50 Smyrna Rugs 2.50 75c Matting Rugs at 60c 5.00 9x12 Matting Rugs.3.68 1 HCKC -- . K& .. nSHHaflHBBShatViaBBk- MKiarCiiM.JiA,W!i..U'.-tv..V.- Jfj TKKKP " v. L'JJ 5&i;ate;.:.32.crfl Mt.o Wnlkwr : WmfmlSOvgfBSr MiBKairiIaak laaaaaaaaVLr lvBlBvxflBBBBBBBSBBBBSBn5 - t "" -- ' v. Skirts We have made reductions before, but nothing to compare with the reductions we are now making on the above articles. to 17.00 Wool Suits, made in latest styles, light colors 10.00 7.50 12.00 blue and gray Mohair Suits 8.50 and 7.50 Linen and white Duck : I I I -2 wit I'aul Hhaw ohU wlf, of Stni linfo Sunday. k. Off Corsets b way no Mali Saturday evening. wut to HjSy WsBm - teal m 15.00 Thro 311 I John Meaekaui awl wU returned from 81 .Louts Saturday avMtlng Call at tlio Hickman Furniture Co for anything you want la furniture vd 1 You'll decide you need a hat if you see what the reduced prices will buy. SBpfeltaaAfcijI aaiaIHErant9aaaaaaaaaa! BBBBBBEBBBBBBBBaa t V 811! JtATK I'romntar of Tba IVopIm Hank being ork'anurtt in tbunty. Sfttf Af , Suits 4.50 35c Matting at 30c Matting at Matting Remnants 29c 25c J off lls has return fruui summer school at Knoxuilo .MatUu .May 8ty 'I 'I SACRIFICED 1.00 G. D. Corsets I.3U " 7.00 and 6.00 8.00 .69c Did you know wo could lunko that . UOC 6.00 linen color Suits white Lingerie Dresses " " 3.50 4.00 3.00 Ladies Oxfords 3.50 Reed Oxfords " 3.00 3.50 Suede 2.00 to 2.50 Oxfords 1.50 to 1.75 1.75 1.25 M 2.98 old ault took Ilka now. Tallur. Schmidt tho lira. I A. Stono aud daughter lull Monday for Greenfield, Tuna., to visit rolaUvtw. Uiwt Cbaudlor and wife, of Union City, spent Sunday with J. It. Drown and family, Uulto'A - Dress Goods M. Skirts 3.00 black Panama 75c 3.50 black Panama 2.55 1.75 1.50 bli 1.00 Wool Dress Coods to close at Toko your produco to C. H. Moore. Show boat Saturday night. 60c Dress Goods, plain and 4X)c fancy 5.00 Skirts .. Mohair Skirts black fancy Panama Skirts 2.00 2.50 3.00 Misses Oxfords " " 1.25 1.25 89c Praluer. XI Excellence flour U poilUvo-l- y R. H. Joynor was over from Union guaranteed by ua. Hot ten worth City, Monday. Guy Halo attnded the wedding Sunday. Shaw-Ilur-ru- Embroidery I 1 1 Waists 50c to 1.00 s Im Marino Urown la visiting her slater, Mrs. J. M. Itopor, at Statu Line thla week. MUa l Clols Ledford left Saturday evening for Memphis to visit rala-(hMrs. I. D. 1'rico Is visiting rolatlvos In Union Ulty this week. for several daya. It. U. Kirk loft Monday for Happy, Toxas, on business . lot 8 to 2c goat lot 10 to 20c go at lot 12 to 25c go at 1 1.75 1.50 Waists, slightly soiled to 2.50 Waists, odds and ends. Waists, to close ! Odds and ends on children's Oxfords to close at 25c 1.20 Mens Oxfords 5.00 Florsheim. 4.00 Crossett 3.50 Abbot .10c Lawns 7c Lawns at 12 18c it iti Lou Harry eatno in Saturday to visit II. Uuchauan othur friend and relative. Miss Cecil Uarnes Is spending and wife and few days at Thruo Statos. a Mrs. W. It. I'hlps went to Union City, Monday to visit homo folks. Follx Clack moved bis family hero from llogota, Tomi., Tuesday, and will Mrs .Ilattlo Foltz, of St. Louis, Is iuako itU futuro homo la Hickman. hero visiting hor father, Jno. KUtnor. Mrs. George Jones, of Fulton, Try a sack of 101 Highest Or ado her daughters, Mrs. Carl Sobmldt Patent Flour. Case A Son. Phono and Mrs. Clnronco Graham, soveral No. 183. days last rook. When Schmidt makes you a suit If wo don't sell your real estate, ho keeps It pressed FIIEH for two It doesn't cost you a cent If wo do, months. It only costs you 2 por cont. Tho W. A. Frost ,of Wlngo, was horo Courier Ilealty Co. first of tho week looking nftor his If you get a bluo mark on the up IntoreBts In tho lower bottoms. per right hand corner of your CourMtb. Kmma Stephons loft Monday ier this week, It means that your for Huntsvlllo, Ala., to spend a month subscription has expired. Renew at H. E. Gartlt. ouco If you don't want tho paper with hor brothor. stopped. s llonnlo Cnrpontor will leave Lone, one of tho host In a fow days o nan oxtonded visit Undo Joems Ga., and other fanners In this section, has a bunch to frlonda in Atlanta, on dis- Southern points. of exceptionally flno onions play at thin office, which again Dulto's Excellence is tho name of tho possibilities of Pulton our now, high grado flour, guaranteed county. No bettor country In tho to bo the best In Hickman. Your world for raising truck. money back if not satisfied. Dctters-wort- h vis-iU'- d Lawn at Lawns at 2c Here's a Chance to Make a Good Investment Men 25.00 and 22.50 Hart Schaffner & 4.25 .3.48 .2.98 Marx Suits, better clothes not made 17.50 Goods 20.00 and 18.50 Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits 15.50 25c Waisting 15c 30c Dotted Swiss 19c 18.00 and 16.50 Suits, new goods 12.50 25c Mercerized 19c 13.50 and 12.50 Suits, this season's Mens Shirts 1.50 Ide 1 White odd lots 85c .00 Silver 1.50 Soft Shirts M 1.00 " 65c 1.25 89c 35c Goods 21c Ladies Hose 60c plain and fancy fine 4:2c gauze lisle 35c fine lisle, plain and fancy 1 goods 10.00 to ends 8.50 5.50 35c 15.00 Men's Suits, odds and Underwear 50c underwear 42c 21c Boy's Knee Pants M 5c plain and fancy 10c plain 7.50 and 8.50 Knickerbocker Suits 485 " " 3.85 21c 5.00 and 6.00 " " 2.65 12c 3.50 and 4.00 Straight Pants Suits to close at to 8c 2.00 6.00 Socks 50c socks. k Price. 35c 15c " M Table Linen 35c Damask at 60c Damask at 75c Damask at 3.50 a doz. Napkins " 2.00 " 50c Cotton Napkins at A. K. Dellow loft Sunday for Louis-vlllwhoro ho will bo In tho employ Col. C. L. Walker, wlfo and chilof tho Mongol Ilox Co. For novcral dren, Miss nuth and Hon, left Satur-da- y & Prather. ovonlng on tho Itees Leo, for years ho has looked after tho company's books at their branch offlco Memphis. From thoro Mrs. Wnlkor bore, and his many friends w til bo and children wont to Menn, Ark , to glad in lenrn that ho luu mndo him- - visit hor sister, Mrs. G. S. Harrison. self ry In tho homo offlco of corn. In other words tho a step higher and a chai 'i n butter siflury. Tho position ho held hero was one of responsibility and ho hns mndo good, ns is ovldonccd by tho action taken on tho pnrt or tho men "higher up." Tho great corpo rations today are looking for young men who havo ability and staying qualltleH, ami are not asking their price. in . ei UiIp till ti 1.48 - 35c 2.50 3.50 25c 5.00 Pents, in attractive worsteds 45c 59c 4.00 Pants, worsteds and cassimeres " " " " SPECIAL close at Men's Pants 4.50 3.50 3.00 l.Ofi Mens Hats 4.00 Stetson-3.- 00 1.50 to 2.00 Men's Pants to Beaver 2.50 Keystone 3.50 -- 2.50 -- . .2.00 Col. Walkor Monday. roturncd to Hickman ty road. Tlio distance covered by tho now road will bo about soven nillos, and Its width will bo 40 feet. This does not cost tho county a dollar, but will bo worth much to tho Ifurmera of that section. A survey will bo mado In tho lower bottom Uils .wock, along tho west sldo of Owon Slough, for n now coun- Come DO NOT MISS THE WIND-U- P Saturday -- OF THIS GREAT SALE Vnr" l ' ' iTYMWaTlsfr " ' '"" -- ! rrr iSW. N, - V(W rj "At r . HS It FRIDAY AUG. Floating Theatre Presenting the season's biggest success COOLEY & THOM FRIDAY AUG. fc- - THE HEART of KENTUCKY A story of life among the moonshiners in the mountains of Kentucky, by an all star cast, introducing ville between acts. ROUTE NO. FIVE. Bob McCain was in Union City on Monday. Little Austin Edwards is suffering from a snake bltu. Grovor Wilson was In Tlutonvlll. one day last week. Rev. King is holding n tent ineeU lug near Rogers this week. Henry Howard and family spsnt Sunday with relatives at Cyrstal. Oiner Nichols, of Obion, spent Sat urday night with Henry Howard, Jr. Miss Ruth Hicks has been visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Latlroar, the past woek. ltev. Walton Stlgler ad wife, who have Just returned from RUIfiley, are visiting In Clayton. ltev. John 1L Wtlllattw cIomhI the meeting that was hkl in J. I. Caldwell's woods lot Sunday night. MlBses VJra Howard, of Crystal, ami Zulu Moetor. of ML Mnuusi, were guwts of Myrtto and Dora Howard Saturday night. high-clas- s B, SIH WOODLAND s vaude- SIH MILLS NEWS. IK I 1 fifc Gua Prather went to Martin Sunday. Born to Uio wlfo of Frank MoDan-lei- , a boy. Mrs. J. E. Cox and son, King, aro In Dyersburg this week. Miss Zada Bradley is tho guest of Mrs. Leo Maddox this week. We are glad to report that Walter "Whlpplo Is able to be out again. An Ico cream 'super Is to be given at Salem Church the 10th Inst. Jesse Tbrelkeld, of Arkansas, is the guest of his mother, Mrs. Honoy-cu- t. From th Fulton County Marriage License: Capitol AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA m ltulah M. Marchel. age 26. McUeuee. IS. Will Bbrhardt, 24. MUb llesMe J Special Offer We expect to put out a greater number of farm wagons around close to home this year tuan ever before, and in order to do this we are making the special prices below: Johnson, HHI...-- 4 SO. t qu. a l.- - M Uurnis, 31. W. II ftuvn In R n fliivn Inni! In I the east end. $1000. U. II. Wilson to II. T. TyUr. land. W. It. Meacliam to A. T. Conlay, laud, $4000. Mattie L. Harper to (J. U. Brat' field, 1C0 acres land. $13(00. S. J. FUtchar to W. Latta, land, $SS0. Real Estate Transfers. Mrs. Branhara and children, of Union City, are tho guests of Mrs. Will Sanders. Cato Davis, who has been very helpless for the last two years, is very low. a r B' ? r Mrs. Beulah Kay and daughter, of Memphis, are the guests of Mrs. MatUo Pruett this week. Elbert Graves and wife and Mrs. Mollle McNeil and daughter, Daro, spent Sunday with L. T. Holiday and wife. Jno. C. Yates to Battle u Kultou, $10. Merrlweathar Won, loU Heirs to C G. Sahten W. M. Hot to W. M. Smith, land kor, lots In Bust Hlokman, $9(0. $900. B. O. Halo to N. A. Tyler, Dinning Take your produce to C. H. Moore. ham. Ala., 200 acres laud, $SlSt. IL T. Tylor to W. C. Harry and Hale C. Tipton, land In bottom. $!Cj 24S.75. BIG REDUCTION :ON 1 2?4 Thimble Skein Wagon, with bed, nt M " " 3x9 $50.00 52.00 55.00 Men's, Women's and Children's Summer SHOES and a liberal reduction on our entire stock of Hot Weather Wearables Circuit Court Mrs. M. C. Twig et al vs. J. lit Thompson ot al. Suit to prevent tliQ advertlsomeut and sale of land. Mrs. Mag Taylor vs. Rosa N. Tay lor et al. Suit for settlomunL Jesse French I'tano Co. vs. John Mllner. Suit on uccounL J. J. C. Ilondurant vs. N. C. Jone et al. Suit on note. Naylor Mercantile Co. vs J. U. Al len. Suit on accounL Commonwealth of Kontuaky vp. A. W. Lauderdale. Forfeiture of bond Ky. Culvert Mfg. Co. vs. City of Fulton. Suit for accounL Parhani-Matthow- s Hat Co. vs. Finis L. Clark. Suit on accounL A. & J. Plaut vs. A. S. DarkotL Suit on account. ATTRACTIVE RATES FOR VACA 3 if i Can furnish any height wheel preferred, the regular height, 42x52 inch, or the low 40x44 inch or special 37x46 inch. In the low wheel we specially recommend the 40x44 height, as they arc well proportioned,' very strong and durable Upon investigation you will find these prices from $8 to $12 under moat all other makes, and at the same time we propose to give you a first-clalight running wagon, made of bone-dr- y material throughout. ss GUARANTEE EVERY WAGON right along side any other make for light running, etc. Remember that while wc are making extremely low strength, prices, wc propose to give you just as good a wagon as the other fellow is now charging you at least ten dollars more for. WEI Millet X? Al(OkVinHf -- fci "f 1..11 If i; home of S. L. Dodds: "Daislos Wont Tell" Miss Celeste Roberts. "The Bridge" Irene Thompson. "Arms Entwined" Miss Anna Lynn Dodds. Duet, Misses Celeste Roberts Anna .Lynn Dodds. "Blue Beads" Miss Anna Lynu Dodds. "Joyful Peasant," Miss Thelma Baltzer. "Little Boy Blue" Miss Myra Paris. "Sing, Rob-ISing" Miss Elizabeth Ellison and Ralph Baltzer. "Tlttlo Tattle Tale," Miss Elizabeth Ellison. "Homo Sweet Home" Miss Helen Rice. "Mulborry Bush" Miss Anita Dodds. "Cubanola Glide" Chorus. "Mangy Lane" Miss Anna Lynu Dodds. Duet, Misses and Mildred Thompson. "Longing" Baltzer Dodds. n, The following musical program was rendered last Thursday night at the ill Open Sept, 1st. TION TRIPS Aug. 13th and 20thf tne passenger department of the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway has Issued a small leaflet, giving full particulars as to excursion rates available on dates as A GOOD CHANCE TO TAKE YOUR VACATION WITH LITTLE EXPENSE. Ask your Home Agent for a copy, or write W. L. Danly, General Passenger Agent, Nashville, Tenn. 2tc Mr. S. L. Dodds, the proprietor, having his own timber and mills, ia in position to build wagons for much less than those who nre compelled to go on the open market for their supply of material. Being a large planter, Mr. Dodds uses a great number of wagons, and is in position to know just what style wagon suits the farmer best and is now having wheels made with extra thick tiros, deeper felloes, larger hubs and all other parts ironed in proportion. Our foreman, Mr. Herlwcck. and also our business manager, Mr. Baltzer, has been raised up in the wagon business, having been connected with this plant practi-call- y all their lives, and both are thoroughly familiar with the important points of wagon manufacture, and arc using their every effort to put out a strictly s wagon that will best suit the farmer. Mrst-clas- a our can't get any but the particular kind here. Miss Ada Casobeor has returned to Union City. Tholr stock will consist of clothing J. J. Rono and Tom Allon will have and furnishing goods, and will be lo- a barboouo at No. 9 Slcyigh tomorrow. cated in the Montgomery building, "What shall wo do with Roosn- which is now occupied by McCullougb voltT" Mako him coroner of Fulton Bros. & Clark. Their rental contract county. is mado from ono year with privilAschor Kennedy loft Tuosdny for ege of five. Riviera. Tex., to settle up his fa'h-or'The firm Is composed ot two affairs. Ho will bo gono about brothers one a traveling salesman throe wcoks. ll for a clothing house, the other a Everybody Invited to attond Chrissalesman. Both roslde at tian Sunday School. Blue and red test on. Picnic at Springs. Spend un hour in Bible study. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Miss Lulu Marbray, of Tullahoma. Tenn., and Mrs. Queon DouglnB, of HuntsvlIIe, Ala., havo been visiting Mrs. R. B. Johnson. They, togeUier with Mrs. Johnsou, nre now visiting In Tullahoma. John G. Carlisle, former U. S. Sen ator from Kentucky, for many years n nicmbor of Congress from tho CodIt's in the drug business. Where a little difference ington district, and Secretary of the in the quality of medicine makes a very great differTreasury during Cleveland's bocoiiiI administration, died at a Now York ence in the results obtained. Yon can't be too partichotel Sunday night at tho age of 74. ular with your medicines. That is policy s re-ta- Sullivan Bros, is the style of u new firm that will open for business in this city September 1st. As a special inducement we will allow $5.00 for this advertisement when cut from this paper and presented at our office, and accompanied by cash order for wagon during the month of August. WHY PAY SEVERAL DOLLARS EXTRA FOR JUST A NAME. WHEN YOUR HOME FACTORY WILL FURNISH A WAGON AS GOOD FOR LESS. Write us direct or come in and see us. We haven good stock of nil size wagons-ohand and will appreciate your business. n Respectfully, HICKMAN WAGON CO. INCORPORATED Where a little difference Makes a lot of difference 3STSI3:riT,T,E Monday, August 15th, 1910, over CHEAP EXCURSION To-- B. E. IteewH and wlfo loft ut Jiight on tho Stacker Leo for New Madrid to vlnlt tholj-- daughter, Aim. Honry. AIIjih Lizzie Aniburc roturnoil Wed. tiusday from u month's vlHlfto rohi- llvea nnd frlontlH In 1'araKoiild. Ark . and AInyflold, Ky. and you N. C. $2.50 HELM & ELLISON J Bob Weathorly, whito, a painter round trip from and paper banger who has resided In this city and Hickman for several years, was arrested Tuesday afterTrain Leaves Hickman noon by Officer L. C. Roborson. Tho Tickets pood returning on anv tnln r arrest was mado on information fur- - leaving Nashville at 2 tl5 P. M. August 17, 1910. St. L. Railroad Hickman n,i :i...n.. IL L. Urudluy, of tho firm & ot Drud-le- 7:10 A. M,' I'lirhain, accompanied by hu wlfo, and son, Mark, will Jcavo next Tuesday for St. I.ouIb and Chicago markatH. l'ollco Court Noteu: llottlo Wll-fornnd Scott Drown fined SC and coHtu euch for flghtlns. Ivy Halo. Jno. Kirk, Ruby Klstnor nlso answer ed to tho charge of breach of neaco and wore each fined tC und costs f., to havo bought from Weatherly Intoxicating liquors Lulton Leader. R. B. JOHNSON, Agent, N. C. Sc St. L. Ry, Hickman, Kentucky, FOLKS HOW L1VIHO will in Fulton countypilut tell 7(u that we limn more locnl newt ny other paper In I Mi rcllun r-- Mlii at Kentucky I l THE HieKMAN COURIER. The Couriar har, a Spankin' Good Team, Grease ttiB A BLUE MARK HERE means that your bin expired Itenew promptly If you wont the pnpe? to come toyoanftftrtbli month fldvertieing la the Team that Pulls tbo Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success. OLDEST RxIbs of Your Ulagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE H0.UU1O ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAK FAME NO. 11 VOLUME IN WESTERN KENTUOKT ni HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1910. J HBO &mmssmsxm M 0yer GirL HICKMAN COUPLE CELEBRATE THEIR Troops on Scene. n, W. 0, W. Notice. ' ' ui JUDGE WISE. Builnen Philosopher. Constant vlgllunce la a snfu-guauy unaltiMl burglars," lug Judge, but u cootl reputation Is tliu only lu'lKj ugaiust bud bargain The Hlok-u.u- n lJruc Cu mukes good lu rd liausactluu." ury McGehBB Marshall. Ihu Courier fafliu to uwiiUun ten Uulah wck Uiw luarrtagu ul .l MiUebvo aud J. M. Marshall, which iKiumU lu this city, Sunday July lliu ooruuiouy was iwftmuvd or Rot. W. Q. Stockton, of tho l'r .ia lu.by lu East Jitqkumu lu the prwtuM ot a low frivutU. Mr. Marshall U lug otiurtutug daughter of V. A. MsUeeieti, and a Hill known young tody. TIm groom na Imkju her only afctttt mohUh, iii bofuv feeing FtoreM. Ala. At (iMMUt he lit Msaswl in ooutnteUitK una hauling. Mr. ana Mrs. Marshall will taw or To as when tu about 30 day tUiy will uaku their future homo. (triau church, atthebmj t Wttwy itt UngratulaUou. Do not Lu misled; renioinbcr th tailor Schmidt Secure a Certificate. Under tbo law tbo Wweioru. Norto Ismm the KLB- mal baa tbo MHNTARY CBRTIFICATB, the IN- CHRTiFlCATtt, and TKIIMBOIAT12 o tliu LIFE CERTIFICATE, which Uio holders to teach anywhere lu Kentucky for two years, (oar yenrs, and for life rsttpectlvely with out further examination. iNforinnllon a to the amount of work rwguired fur each oertttlcalu will be furnished when desired. Pall session ojmm Hept. C. 1910. Address H. 11 .Cherry, Western Nonuol, Bowling Urouii, Ky. potr oil-tltl- rn-sldun- t, U'st Quality count! In Shingles got tho by buying direct from our mill. Yates & Kirk 8hlnglo Co. Notwithstanding tbo uxtrio bot weather, u i:ood crowd attended the danco nt Sulphur 8prlnB Friday night. Mrs. Oco. Dennis, of Laurel, Miss., canto to Hlokiuan, Friday to visit Gail Hduuldt and wlfo. fluno lllakomoro hns moved to his now residence on tlm old Hlublm place GOLDEN WEDDING IN CALIFORNIA, Columbus, Ohio, July 30. Mayor Mttlo Hock, Ark., July 30 Gardnur Oliphunt. 26 yeara old. scion of a wealMarshall and Brigadier General thy and aristocratic Southern family, commanding the militia, havo was ibot down and perhaps fatslly decided to run the cars after the arwounded In a crowded street hero by rival of Governor Harmon, who Is It. K Bhoumuker, a musician. coming here from Cbarlexolx, Mich. The trouble aroso over a love atTair ! the jounic mon having quarrchd earlier Troopi aro in possession of tho city ifsBBBBBslBBBBa lu the rvenlutf over a yoiniR wouun BSBBBsfH9tBclsBBBsV BBBBBBBBBBB and tho State Capitol grounds, on whosv iiania uulther will dUule Jir3"tnveSBBBBBBS IB 'VBBBkwSjhBSBBBIShBBBsBBSY which are the headquarters of the Hhoomaker, standing lu the lot,u of commanding office and ambulance . a downtown theater, saw Oliphunt corps, present a warlike appearance. passing u h street car. (Jllphant ossv "IbbMsbvbhsbbbIbbbbbbS BiajiiaaF' The street car strike Is now In tho dfuily saw bis onemy at practhally bands of Adjutant General Charles the ttaiiie moment, and jumpd from Wrybrecbt and Brigadier General Uw car He carried a grip lu whlcb were two rot tutors. Mayor Marshall has refused perAs he leaped from the car be jerked mission to pass through the lines opou tlm grip and seized one of tho In East Broad street, where Troop A, ivvolvera, but ut the mtiao lustaut Cleveland cavalry. Is stationed. RuSltopMRltar pulled an automotlc pistol mors are current the Governor will and flrd. The bullet struck Ollphant Effifi&VS&Wlk JsEBBBBBBI officially condemn Mayor Marshall for In the hail. passing under the skull not calling troops, and be may posand vmrrglng tfarough bis nose. There sibly were huudrods of witnesses, and prob 'its bBHbbbk ;IbHIbBbbbH sheriff. suspend the Mayor and the ably a hvadred people were In the Street cars were started after three JftKfL 9BiBBBBBBBlflBBBBBBBH theater lobby when tihooaiakcr fired IflMEBS. 4$SQtfHEAL 'iKB HE regiments of the State militia wero bBBsST SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH bbhbIbHbmbbbbhIbibuPpBv' iMhBubbbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH the shot. distributed along the lines in all parts UllphaHt fell to the streot uncoa of the city. There was little demonscHmis. irat revived boforo a physician stration during the arrival of troops Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hcrtweck. rarbed his side. He was taken to a aside from jeers and cat calls. hospital, whore It was ssld later that We reproduoe the following from married at Louisville Ky , July 24, Superintendent Whlsner of the ke might recover, although bis wound tho Kreniio (Cnl.) Hurald, of Monday 18G0 Mr Ilertweck being n proinln-- ' street railways company says: la eanMdercd serious. July 96th, which will bo lutorcst to ent manufacturer, and Is tho founder! "I expect trouble when night comes Sltoontaker niado no attempt to es- many of our readers. of the Hickman Wagon Co., well and the strikers can bombard tho cars cape hut stood near where be II roc" known throughout tho southern and from cover. There will be llttlo vio the shot until IK'teotlve Horowitz ar-during the states. Mrs. Ilertweck j lencetroops are indaylight kours while placed him under arrest. rtrd aud Tho Goldon weeding of Mr. and control of the situthe Mrs. Otto Ilertweck, of Hlckmau, Ky., was tho dnughtor of a I.oulslannal ation." Although having lived In thoj MT.M'KINLEY PARTY FAILS wns celebrated yoslerdny ul llio hoiiiv planter. thoir llfo, thoy arc dollghtedj oast all of their nieo, Mrs. K. Houn at HIS Lwlth the climatic conditions found In FORTUNE SEEKER KILLED expedition, In Cook's Trail, Defeated O Street. Htckman, Ky., was well represent- California. Ten Miles From the SumOne Ohio Youth Holds Unconscious Those prosont yesterday wore: ed, fifteen persons, former residents mit Coat. Companion on Roof of Speedof that little town on tbo Mississippi Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hondorson ing Train. Seward, Alaska, July 30. The partlcliKttliiK in the oelehratlon. and four children. Mount McKlnley expedition, headed Mr and Mrs. Edward Ilertweck. . The large living room of the Hoon hy O. K. Ituik of Chelan. Wash., which Mr. and Mrs. Tim Walton. St Louis, July 30. Holding the nailed from Seattle on the revenue home was artistically Hlecorated in form of his unconscious companion. Daug-lagold and green. Misses Loula Cassell, llertha cutter Tahoma April 24, and. which Harry Thomas, 20 yeara old, of Cinfollowed Dr. Cook's route up tbo Hu At noon a bountiful dinner was cinnati, Ohio, Albert Donahew of altna and Cbulltna rivers, failed to served, and In tho evening Mrs. Hoen Messrs. Jlax Hoen, Mr. HrooUs, Wnverly, Ohio, rode Into Union Staroach the sumailt of Mount MoKlnliy, and Mrs. IM Hortweck served Ico Ruseolh-UIe- , Ark. tion atop of a Wabash Railroad pasand la now on the way back to Sew aroam and oako with a few bottles of senger train and yelled unUl station I.lttlo Mnndellno Hertwoak and ard. employes heard blm and relieved him number of children. Tho ollmbors ascended the peak Fresno's celebrated wlno. of his burden. Thomas was rusiied to The aged osupla woro the recipient said by Cook to bo tho summit, but It Tho company dispersed nt 10 o'clock the City Hospital. His skull Is frac Is 10 miles from tbs topmost point of many fine nnd cowtly gifts from with n promise of nsslsUng lu tho tured and be has little chance for re of the mountain. Tb Ruk party was thlr Kentucky friends. celebrating of Mr. nnd Mre. Ilort covery. unable to see the flag which tho Mr. nnd Mrs. Otto Hortweok wero weok's diamond wedding. The two young men left their homes Thomas IJoyd party Is said to have recently bont on carving a nlcbe for planted on tho summit last April, and themselves In Oklahoma. They rode the membera are disinclined to be all the way on top of the flyer. As tho lieve tbo story told by tbo Fairbanks train passed through the railroad yards expedition. Thomas, who had been lying flat on his back, sat up to get a better view FELL TO DEATH LAUGHING of the surroundings. As ho did so tho train ran under the Twclgth street viaduct. One of tho beams struck Orooklynlte Was Celebrating Hla Thirty-SeconThomas on the head, and ho would Birthday When hare been swept off, possibly to No one will be sold more than twenty shares of $100 Crisis Came. death, had not Donahew grabbed and each of the stock of The People's Bank it then proposes held on to him. New York, July 30. Thomas Taila-so- n la dead at bis home In Ilrooklyn, to be representative, in this respect there will be a fair Episcopal Layman Dead. because a funny story caused him to distribution of its stock in Hickman and the surrounding Chicago, July 30. James Lawrence laugh so boartlly that bo lost bis balHoughtallng, founder of the Brotherance snd fell from a railing on which farming country. hood of St .Andrew, in the Episcopal ho was seated, to the ground, a dischurch, and well known In the finantance of Ave feoL His ekull waa fracThat is, the stock will be placed, as nearly as possicial world, died at his residence In tured and ho died In a hospital, ten Wlnnetka, 1C miles north of Chicago. hours later. ble, so as to represent each neighborhood in the country Tallasen was seated on tho railing A'drlch Plans a Mansion. that Hickman depends upon for its support, and also to of hU veranda, where a party of Now York, July 30. Senator Nelson friends gathered to congratulate him include the different business interests of the town. W. Aldrlch has completed all details on tho occasion of hla thlrty-secon- l for the erection of a new home on birthday. He bad been there but a Warwick Neck, R. I. rians for the short Urao when a member of the And then, its nine Directors will be chosen that each house and outbuildings, which will party told n funny Btory. Tallasen cost between $300,000 and $400,000. of these different neighborhoods or communities, together out laughing, and before anyburst are now being prepared In New York. one could reach him be had tumbled with the town's business interest, will have a representaover. Ho was hurried to tho hospital, tive in its governing board. wbern he died without regaining Hickman Lodge 761 F. & A. M. Interest will be paid to depositors in its Savings De- ifV? .j&&sBktsfl il JbBsHsBsK '3 ;:rltH &mlm ' "? IBBH k n. Elm Camp No. 3, W. O. W., will have an unveiling at Sassafras Ridge on tbo first Sunday In August, at 11 a. m., assisted by the Mabel camp. Mabel Camp will also furnish dinner on tho ground. Ou tho second Sunday In August. an unveiling will be held at Barnott Cemetery In tho morning, aud dinner on tbo ground and an unveiling lu the afternoon at Brownsville. After the unveiling, Rev. W. G. Stockton, Chaplain 73 regiment U. it. W. O. W will deliver an address. All Woodmen aro requested to bring baskets well filled. JOHN PYLE, Clerk. Free Tuition. a i IJ Jtif Hn MbbbbJbHbbH jHbIbbbH south-westorn All eligible persons aro entitle to free tuition lu tho Wobtotu Kuutucky State Normal School. Tho Fall Session bcgiiiB September , HI JO. Write H. 11. Cherry, Bowling 'Croon, Ky., lor information. Rev. A. Turklngtou loft Saturday for Mt. Carmel, 111., where ho will conduct a revival uiccUug durlngthu next two weeks. Services will bo held at tho Baptist church uoxt Sunday by J. B. Iloubluy, lu tho absence of Rur. Turklngtou. Mr. Houslcy may bo unablo to conduct the morning service, but We uro that ho wlU bu ou hand at evening hour. cd a number ot tho s. Tho Jenny Wren Club, composed of lltUo school girls, entertained a number of their friends at a picnic at Sulphur Springs last Thursday afternoon. An elegant lunch was enjoyed. Mrs. C. B. Travis and Miss Emma Tyler wero chaperons. N. J. Corum has purchased a Dl aero farm near the 'city limits of Greenfield, Tenn., and expects to tako possession of tho place some timo during tho present mouth. Wo ore sorry to learn that N. J. and family will leavo us. Announcement d Hall to tho day that tho lovee and ditches of tho Tri County Reclamation District is comploted bringing into cultivation 300,000 acres ot the most fertile lands ou earth lu Now Madrid, Mississippi and Scott counties. New mad rid Record. All telephone Bills aro due on the first of tho month and MUST be paid by tho tonth. Cumberland D. Owons local uigr. Tel. Co., John Kirklndall, one ot tho Mongol Box Company's most capable and efficient formen, mndo a business trip to Union City, Friday. Oklahoma City has broken all records for growing by Increasing from 10,000 In 1900 to Ci,205 In 1910. Mrs. Geo. Jones, of Fulton, was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. C v. Schmidt, lost week. Try It Ilka It RCO. Hickman Grocery Co. Do your trading here and save money . . . FOR SALE: Best Business property in Hickman. building 24jc One 00 one, one story building 20 It will be the earnest endeavor of its management xOO, on Jackson St. one door to conserve the interest of its customers in general, grantwest of Hickman Courier. If ing to them every favor that prudent banking will allow. not sold privately will be sold Your patronage is respectfully solicited, at auction on Monday Sept. infor10, 1010. For other mation see W. J. Barry at the JnmcH H. MoDannoll, of Warsaw, part o"f tho state nnd nlroady thickly building. superintendent of schools of Gallatin Bottled by nn ouergoUc nnd pushing ve 2-sto- ry partment and thus it extends to them, for the first time in this community, the privilege of a investment. A in regular communication next Monday night at 7:30. Vis iting brothers cordially Invited. M., will moot Hickman Lodge No. 7C1, F. & A. II. N. COWQILL. Master. D. OWENS, Secy. Twenty-Fiv- e Years' E.A. degree. Work In F. C. degree. Work In Course In Trial proves that it Agriculture on your Groceries Meats, etc. Miss Derthn Cnssotty, born and renrcd In Hickman, now of NabIivIUo, was married Sunday to a gontlomnn of that plnco. Tho brldo Is n dough- of John C. Cnssotty who was en gaged In Uio mill business In Hick nun co mo 15 years ago. county, Is n condldnto for tho Democratic nomination for commissioner oi agriculture. Mrs. Salllo L. Liiton, wlfo of James I.titon, died ut Union City on Monday morning, July 25,1910, nftoranlllnoss of typhoid fever. Tho Hickman Furniture Co. handles tho best line of Furniture in Wist Kentucky. Let us show you. E. 8. McCarthy, formerly builder and president of tho St Louis, Ken-uett- o and Southorn and builder of tho St. Ixiuls nnd Memphis railways Is promoting a railroad to extend north nnd south of Now Madrid. Tho road Is already financed by capitalist of Southeast Missouri. Tho exact points from which and to which it will bo built are subject to Uio result of survoys nnd approval. CotiBtruction Tho Hickman Fur. Co. will sur Dowaro of uubatltutes sco that our prlso you lu tho matter of low prices work will bogln ns soon as tho sur Is on your plumbing aud and good goads. Don't tako our word voys aro completed and approved. Tho trade-marroad will extend through Uio richest Unulng jobs. John Cotton. but come aud seu for yourself. k Tho Western Kentucky Stato Normal School offers a practical courso of study In Elomontnry Agriculture, demonstration and aotual work done citizenship. It Is planed to bo oporate on School farm. Teachers will have teachtX stoam for freight aud by gasoline an opportunity to prepare for ing tho subject. Groat opportunities motors for passenger service. offered young men who expect to make farming a llfo work. Course Wrlto for InTho colored population, are prepar- begins Sept C, 1910. formation. Address II. II. CHERRY, ing to hold their annual celebration Aug. 8th Jit Sulphor Springs Park Bowling Green, Ky. this city. Their hand bills announce tho'lllg Doings' will begin nt C latho Ask the man who wears clothes morning and continue until midnight. made by Schmidt and ho will tell Cairo Hand Is ono of tho attractions. you who Is going to mnka his fall II. Cooper and R. Morrlwoathor aro suit Schmidt of course. managers. SPREADS BEST WEARS BEST LOOKS BEST COSTS LEAST Lowe Brothers HIGH STANDARD 3F aints For Sale by (IncQrporated) CowgilPs Drug Store fit ill T frfflBj1 frl ki jW 'MioJijJBHHHfekub. 7cr,- kswrMrtj--rJJt'- , " -" "", iLk-MhJt tg.3" 8 - JBU(3E? F'lst.in .Jswi- - t . H"H,v'viaBH"HaNHaV9agMK! r .""' , yrtmk -! ap"rrvKiirnivMSBWMAlB'V,t. - JT asji' V WijS. f T EhLXIIj- - f Sulphur Springs THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covert Wtslttn KtntuJii LUt tht Good Music and Dancing. Free Swings. Fine Spring Water. Electric Lights, Telephone, etc. Good things to eat and drink. Ten minutes walk or nice drive. Cool, pleasant. Admission Free X?33nOY J03NT330, 3VriiKOX'. Kills Lover's Sesser. Ill, Aug. of 2 Thursd'y Night Another New Store, Hugh l.'il Curlin. formerly with llson Urn . In this elty, has rest, his position with Hardy. Malm,, Joimn. of Vnlon City, and will ctt,i In Vrv" SPEER & SEXTON. PUBLISHERS paper stops ar-Tt- its Subscription SI a when your ulwcrlptlon expires. You net The Courier Just m you do poitwto stnmpt: OhhIi tu AaHiice. wo make NU exception Subtcriptlon Rates, $1.00 per year f r Where Do YOU Stand? Our merchants and business men should take a llttlo more lntorcst la tho matter of helping to land the Mississippi Valley Transportation Co. 0 la this city. Thoy ask ua.to take worth of their stock; lu turn, they guarantee to spend this amount In Hickman for their wharf and ware house improvements. 10,-00- They hope now nlinost finished to have a few boats In operation by they October lBth. Unfortunately, cannot load or unload this new typo of boat except at plnces where they havo electric derricks installed. Tho boatB havo beon doslgned purposely to olimlnato tho old "roust-a-bout- " mode of handling freight, which means both economy and speed. So If wo havo no specially constructed wharf, wo will have no now boat lino. To buy tho stock means to get tho Improvements. are Father. In the presence ( Ul- We Advertise to Sell And Sell to Advertise Study the sentence composing the above headline; grasp its import, and take advantage of its significance. It means that we have bought the stock of goods in the General Store at State Line, Kentucky, and propose to stock up with a full and fresh line of Kdltli Newton, the i j mr Ifr r h 4 Lxw' A well known flnanclor of this city said to n Courier man: "I nm suro this would be a groat thing for tho town. 1 expected to put $2,000 Into the proposition merely to help It long, but I have investigated and find Uiat only two morchunta have subscribed. If any body should be Interested, It Is the merchant. It they don't enre enough about It to take ter. Newton, suspicious of the absence as much as a share, I don't propose A railroad promoter will como along of his daughter, armed himself Sunup a cent." day momtug and went In quest of and ask us to give $10,000 to $20,000 to put to get a now road. Wo will hustle Ho Is right There are OS retell hor admirer. The fancied wrung done to do this without any hope of get- stores In lllckmun. Four of them his daughter seven months ago seemed ting a cent in return we actunlly put up for tho new railroad two of to half' craze tho old man, his family way. glvo tho money, without expecting a them havo taken stock In hto water Sunday afternoon Isom, Miss Newshare In tho company's profits or a way concern. This Ik a sad common ton aud his sisters. Mrs. Pane and promise that a third of it will he tnrv on the enterprise of 67 of Mrs. V. A. Murray, were laughing and spent again in the city. tall.lug together in the parlor of the them. Let's get down to business and do lago homo. I'age himself was In tho Company asks The Tranportation barn. Suddenly the front door was us to become partners with them in things. There is hardly a business Hung open und the white-hatrefather, with a revulvr in his hand, stood at the threshold. Without a word he fired point blank at lnom. Atibe sound of the bot the wom en lied shriuktng through tho back door As they reached the yard they heard a second shot and Isoai sprang unharmed through the rear dear. Ho whirled at the stoop, and drawing a revolver fired buck Into the bouse. A few moments later Newton staggered out at the front door aud apWe are pleased to announce peared Hi the corner of the houso. He that we now have on display kept Himself from falling by leaning or your inspection the comigalnst the wall. Hut the slht of his ymfKt enemy sieving toward the barn nerved iri-r- i zmii Piet e line or mi ana winter him to a last eft on. He pulled himself i oolens of erect, took aim, mimed and felt dead. Isoni's bullet had entered his right breast, penetrated (be lung aud passed ;.uH-iiT?nirsompleibly through the body. ilMASTERJAILORSj Tho girl fnr wham the JssdSy imU! bad been fouckt recoiled la horror from the slayer of her father and begged with sobs to be takeu homo. Her mother, summoned to the scene, took her In her arms, half tainting, to her The line comprises five hundred ex home, where the girl Is proitrated. clusive designs in woolens and fifty m Isom made no attempt to escape, ultra-correiasnion moueis ior iuuuu-to-Ord- er but waited at the I'age house until the Suit or Overcoat. arrhal ut Constable Frank Montgomery, to whom he surrendered. Our guarantee as well as that of "I had to kill him," was sill th routh would say. Strauss Brothers stands hack of every Deputy Sheriff W. U. Odotn of lieu-togarment ordered. Call and see the drove 16 mites to Sesser for the new display. prisouer and placed htm In Jail A coroner's inquest, held at tho eno of the killing, resulted in a verdict of homicide and an order to hold lsou for murder. Tho preliminary hearing wll b9 held this week at lienton. Redisricting Amendment Held Illegal Jefferson City. Aug. 2. The Missouri Supreme Court has handed down a leclslon holding tho Hepubllcan redisricting amendment to be the business. If tho company makes man In town that could not take one incon8t!tutIonal and sustaining Secrea dollar, we get our per cent of tho share of this stock at $50, when you tary of State Roach in his refusal to Mo a petition for tho submission of profits. They go further aud promise havo to lay down only $16 and pay .he amendment. to spend every dollar in Hickman tho balance In IS months. It will be A decision was renderod In tho that they gut in Hickman. The worth twice as much to tho town as mandamus proceedings against railroad company doosn't make any a little grapevine railroad and will Roach to compel him to fllu the ptl-ion- . promises regarding a reduction in not cost halt the money. freight, the water ways people guarIt's a good Investment. antee a saving of 25 per cent. Wo It will help Hlokman. could better afford to oven give the Mott's Nervine Pills Where do YOU stand In these matmoney to the latter than the railroad ters? The great nerve and brain treatscheme, although tho railroad money ment for men and women, produces Is well spent. strength and vitality, builds up the PILE8I PILES! People all over the country aro system and renews the normal vigor. taking stock in the .river concern, Williams' Indian Pile Ointment, will For sale by druggists or by mall, $1 because thoy aro Interested in cure Blind, Bleeding not and Itching Piles the growth of nny town, but" because It absorbs the tumors, allays itching per box, 6 boxes for $6. Hickman Drag Co., Incorporated. good Investment, at once, they consider it a acts as a poultice, gives In bidding fair to pay from 10 to 20 relief. Williams' Pile Ointment per cent annually. And we, who sunt is prepared for Piles and Itching of should be Interested from both points the private parts. Sold by Hickman Markle's Show Boat. of view, aro actually "laying down" Drug Co, G0c and $1. Williams' Mfg., It seems. Something over half of Co., Props., Cleveland, Ohio. the stock has been raised but what W. It. Marklo's New Show Iloat about tho other half? will bo at tho river landing at HickCARD OF THANK8. One gentleman insists that the man, Saturday night, Aug. C. with the I tako this means of thanking largest, boat line will come stock or no finest and roost completo stock. In a senso this is truo; but my good neighbors and friends for theatnt on the river, and Mr Markle it will not make a stop hero unless tholr klndnoss during the last Illness tnkoa pleasure In presenting the semi-oper- a wo do our part. The concorn has of my beloved wlfo. Words cannot production, "Tho Toy Maker s alerady enough money to put the lino express my sonso of appreciation Dream, with a largo nnd careully seIn operation, und many of the boats May Ood bless you, Is my prayer. lected company. Including tho Big John Klstuer. Beauty Chours produced nnd arranged under tho personal direction of W. It. Marklo's inannoth show boat tho eminent character singing com- WHEAT WANTED will bo hore Saturday night. This is modlan, Win. C. Cushmnn, tho ltonl not only fho bglgest floating theatre Funny Man. Street parade at 10 a. We are In the market for nil kinds of In tho world, but has always carried in., by Marklo's Challongo Band. CJraln, liny, una especially wnriti that Markle has nlways giv first class attractions. en us tho best of shows. Homember Bags Furnished Tho Ico cream cone in to bo In tho date and bo sure to nttond Advestigated by pure food authorltlos In mission 25c. Reserved seats extra Orders for on reasonable tortus. Loulsvillo Wo would suggest that Klour, Menl. llrnn and all kinds of Feed HtuIT tilled on abort nonce, tho committee of Investigation be Llttlo Oral Swift, of East Hickman, composed of small boys. Dahnke-Wa.k- er entertained a number of friends with Tho Courier's "Want Column" Is a birthday party lakt Thursday. Milling Co. sure to find you a buyor. Costs lc of icreara nnd cako were . O". for each word. Try It served. d d awaltlm a preliminary hearing on a charge of murder, placed against him by tho Coroner's Jury. Newton conceded a bitter hatred aRnlntt'. leom last wlntor on account X his attention to the blue-eeschoolgirl, und by threats asainst hi life drove the youth out of town. Ho returned secretly Saturday afternoon and. eluding her lather's viglluuce. made his presence Known o bis sweetheart. She Joined him tit once and they went to the homo of Uotu's brothir-in-law- , Frank 1'age, lu Hes- Singleton ton. an-- her sweetheart. Isom, foimht u futai pistol dual, resulting in Newton's death, here. Uom, who U 21 eara old. Is In Jail at lieu-ton- . 76 miles southeast of St. Unils, lage beauty, her father, James New- the gents' furnishing biislnei. GROCERIES, HARDWARE FURNISHING GOODS and a general assortment of everything to meet the wants of our patrons. We shall give our customers the full benefit of a low expense rate, which means that we shall enter into competition with Hickman, Union City and Woodland Mills. Come and look our stock over, ask our prices, and sec whether we can save you money, time, and a long trip to other points. We arc getting fresh goods almost daily, a that our goods arc fresh and clean. con-vinccr Hickman, about September 1st Tho busleiiHn will be located , room now occupied by Wilson 1' an a dry goods departni' nt Mr furl I n Informs us that he handle everything In the furnUi line for both mii nnd boys, and also be ttxcltulvo nijwtit for H Tailors, Chicago. In thin elty A u ahurt vacation, he will gu to Louis where ha will purchase n mid uptodatr stock, uihrailng or) thing uinler the (texts furnlM head Mr Curlin is well known to n, l , of th of Hits vicinity should havH Illtl trouble In build Mp good trade For a numb r yonm he ha befit engagt-as man by some of th bet ton this setiloii. nnd should b w H . uIpmmI In fit matter of our Iki wUheN for v mutcm, Hugh Kd d exiH-rlenIlt-rr's- i "Old Hickman Bill." When Hill waa )ouhk and up to i.uir l He to ran nn awful blurt. With otarWe tat ami jlphtnx Ilk- n-- JOHN A. McCLURE & CO. STATE LINE. KY- - fnnDuimrt3 Him. I He'd Rather In In poker imI min. m iuet of Hill's tituae twain. Then alyir raklmc A Oh m tawt:ii in tricks likp i.n the "ru.li it ii. nit rL iv mm ct n E. R. ELLISON Tttv fart that Aug. Hopke could Our New Game Law, steal $l.oe k month for MiMti months from an iMtiMitoN Ilk tbr Fidelity Tnwt Cow ha ay. which waa llook wmm may We killed from regularly lnHctd by an xaHtftwr. is a pretty strung argument amtnat October I to fteptomker 1. ftHrtng ye-efrom Man n 1 to June 1 ; crtMtlHg 8Hch,an office as "bank rx-Kentucky and thorrbjr nMMtawm. Anril I. to February I. miner" for borrower. AKtwt 2 to Nov. rssstas add.ttwmit burtiwH Uvr in alMny 1, taxpayer. It's 1. an! from PenrMir I ready heavily-ladetne simply a qntlon of noneatty on 'Jie and every nmh woo borrow Conrler may We kilhnl on i4gt wkk part of bank officials, anyhow. ont reserve or roHaf (nwn trKmUm In every home whore there Is a or apixnlaesMMt taw, and vwrtod fee baby there should also bo a bottle downwnnl, wttkont benefits) or ejorgy. of McQBK'S BABY KUX1H. It may bo needed at any tlmo to correct sour stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or Mr Jackson and family have r summer complaint. It is a wholesome remedy, contains no opium, morpblnt tnmel to their ham near Oohmbna or Injurious drug of auy kind. Price utter a rloit to relntlvre 2Gc and 60c per bottle. Sold by HlokCaso & Pod niako prompt deliver man Drug Co. Ics. I'hono I8X. It II Going, of IllrmlnKham. Ala was here last wwk. ih" guest of Miss CiMirior from now until Jan 1st tva Adams 1911 for r. n From fellows with a MraMtni or flu Hot onjr Mil wnlketl iom m And LooeHstria pealed ont thr wii.i Ansl tWere wltb manjr solemn vo He tNMly annexHl a aMMiae a When lx lona hM roH-lie eat iUwh la a nmtne to pu Matt MffTo and rail teat. aU- k' IHM fswnd tnnt he nwM row- d e - jsr ni J. ht KELLY SMITH Slttorney'dt'Law Clinton, Kentucky At 0v.A fm t OmtHu't1. ' ir uzEB ftmmummmrssmssmm The shoe for women fits like a glove, is as soft and smooth as a -- sen-itorl- Hal-)urto- n H kitten and wears o&ugfie The shoe for women bends like a willow H n twig, style top-not- ch in and it wears. s &m r ? r . Soft, velvety tan, flexible, botidablc, totiRh solo, pretty to look at fech fine on the foot and ft wtari. HI The shoe for women made in a wide ?wrWv nf leathers, lasts and styles, by bench t snoemalccrs in our women s custom fac J 1, from the choicest selection of tory No. , Ml 11 inucij u iciiuer-rooue- a goasena a dear shoe in everything but the price and it wears. hi-cut'and Io-c- ut 1 s' ft 1 ! 1 1 1 CUSTOM MAD2 BY Oroqd, Ast s-- Wertheimer-- S warts Shoo Company ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. Li-- Cumberland Home Phone ! Hickman iKv Li. able IW. afterHelm Is days' a few to bo out illness. Sam Salmon wont to Halo's Point, Saturday night. HlflElllSti BJfnfgjsaBnai . jJC- - - . jft.iSj ajr y F'WVWI Wi$ Everything Propitious, qulut reflection upon the ttltuu tluu Indicates thai Hickman Is com-InThoro are u hundred mid one things that might bo mentioned to RUhBtnntlntu thin statement. Aiiioiik tlu'in nro a new business houso, a now batik, u new rnllrond, n new rl or trniiHNirtatloti ooininiiy, butter roads leading into town, bountiful crops ilc , etc. These are certain harbinger of prosiwrlty nnd munlclp al growth Already there Is renewed notlvltle In financial, roul OHtnte unit' commercial linos; greater thnn In ttio pnst fl( )furn nt the same time In the Homo of the oldest nnd sensou most cnnnorvntHe business men pre-dithat Hip next 10t dnys wltl be Hi butit In thu history of the town Illrktnon linit not only grown dur-ltthe Mint few years, but will to do no. A gentleman, who has been nwny from I it re several years nnd returned for u visit, nid to us that Hickman's 'growth remind-'him of what nn Irishman once said Al an Irish vnko one night, the sons nf Hrln ware pretty fall, when they put the erp Ih the coffin they n'tiTiwil rnds and put the where the head otiMht ts be. TJie next dm when the eofMn- - ntaui was removed to permit tb friends to have h last iiMik. the ftrsi Irishman looked mihI ' Murpny. 1 would Mtid to the Ilea obHKd t not If I wm yrs Wssuld nevr know It was miKh ) him ' Ho ti ! 1ilktita Itmt cluikpl. She Is b preNrmMhe Httojlty. You Kin't stay awny ions and return nnd say the town looks natural." Slit Is like the IrtsAttMH wu'VD moved tsar while you hm away. bwi she dead DuiinK the nxt year sn will be tuuwd sow moiv If jo want to town Ih ike U. In In th to the iHjtMr Inch, com to Hickman, No town III UHs slat offers yoa Iwl-- t. per cM of r npportsmlUM and A n con-limit d Contest, Mere Farce. to Runoral oxpcctalloiiH, a coii'i'Ht agaliiBt tho logallty of the local option ulcrtlon on July 21st, wob filed boforo His Honor, W. A. Nnylor, JudRo of tho Fulton County Court, last 1'rldny at Hickman. Soveral protnliKtnt buslncsB men. when nuked their opinion of tho content, said with a smllo, "tho most frivolous grounds I have uvor known to bo presented to nny court.'' Anothur said, "It Is tho merest faroo." Get out with nnture, she offers llio tdnRo purformnr Is on hand mnny fine pictures for you to but tho porfonnancc will not atlract tho attention of tho public. tnlec nnd a Tho first ground for contOBt Is that the ballots wero not legal. Tho pnss upon the quoBtloii as to w bother tho ballots worn on pa-pallows you to take them at n according to roqulremfiit of the Contrary COMINC! W. R. MARKLE'S Crippin Admits Identity. Quebec, Aug. 2. Dr. Harvey Haw-le- y Crlppen, suspected ot the murder or his actress wire, Bello Elmore, In London, was arraigned in police court before Judgo Panet Angers shortly beforo noon Monday. The proceedings were brier. Crlppen readily admitted hit IdcnUty. He offered no to being sent back to England for trial. Xlia Ethel Clslro Leneve, his typist, wh was arrested wltk Kim on ths Montross Sunday, was too 111 to appear In court, the physicians announcing tfaat she bad broken down completely sad was la a condition or nerveus collapse. The pair are locked In the gloemy underground dungeons ct the parliaInspector Dew of ment buildings. Scotland Yard and Canadian police officials would not trust their Important prisoners to the ordinary police cells, but carried them to the parliament dungeons, usually reserved for political prisoners. Crlppen was sullen and silent. He sat stolidly on the narrow bunk In his r cell and refused to talk. Tho Leneve girl was almost a physical wreck. She wrung her bauds and moaned plteously. She had not closed her eyes In sleep since Crlppen was arrested on the deck of the llontroao Sunday morning, and Monday she rolled from side to side on her prison bed, her sobs affecting even the hardened guards that Btood In the corridors. Tho precautions against allowing Crlppen or bis typist an opportunity for suicide were evidently well advised. In the envelope containing Crlppen's belongings tho police have a paper In which was wrapped a powder and a tiny bottle containing n brown liquid. No analysis has been made, but Dew is convinced that both aro poison, carried by the dentist tn order to summarily end the chase It be found himself hard pressed. Jutt before tho police secured Miss Leneve, she rushed to a porthole on the Montroso and succeeded la throw. Ing something overboard. This Is believed to have, bttn the revolver with which Crlppen Is known to have carried when he bearded the ship. Crlppen was standing on the port side of the ship forward. It Is customary to take on the pltet .forward on the port side, but the rowboat passed astern of the Montrose. "There seems to be a lot of pilots In that boat," remarked Crlppen. "Two of them may be doctors," said Dr. Stuart. Worried by "DooMors." "Do doctors examine everybody on board T" asked Crlppen In tones ot anxiety. "Not always," was tho reply. The rowboat was passing astern ot the steamer, moved along the starboard side to a point aft of amidships, where a rope ladder had been rigged. Up this ladder climbed Inspector Dew, Dominion Detectives McCarthy and Denis, and the regular pilot who was to take the boat to Quebec. When Crlppen was arrested on deck on the Montrose, his companion was In her stateroom below, according to A stories told by the passengers. search of the doctor revealed nothing of Importance, and Inspector Dew went below to get the girl. She was seated In her room blissfully Ignorant of the net fastening tight about her, reading Qeorgo Sheldon's "Audrey's Recompense," evidently absorbed ba the novel. Dew rapped on the door, and without waiting for a reply entered. Chief McCarthy followed. As tho officers formally placed her under arrest, with a piercing shriek' the little figure, awk-war- d In Its boy's clothing, staggered to the stateroom bunk. When sho had been revived with brandy, aho suddenly darted to the port holo and boforo the men could stop her had thrown out what Is supposed to have been Crlppen's revolver. He Had Diamonds Hidden. When searched. It was discovered that the Leneve girl wore a heavy canvas harness, designed to conceal as much as possiblo her dainty woman's figure While tho stewardess was searching her the girl held her hands above her head, moaning pitifully When It was over Bho collapsed and tho ship's doctor was called. I3y night she had recovered sufficiently to eat dinner, but Is again In a weakened condition. Dew, not satisfied with the first search or Crlppen, himself examined the dentist and discovered a linen belt next to nls skin and attached to his shirt, to which were affixed several woman's diamond rings, earrings and n stickpin. The Scotland Yard inspector that the Leneve girl had no hand In the killing ot Hullo Elmore. Business -- ASK Directory FOR RATES- - WOODLAWN DAIRY. A. H. Leet, Prop. Dost of Milk and Butter dellvured. Home Phono No. 27. McMURRY & Lets sro Kodaking Attorneys uicKwuu. t Law iiy. FLAT , l! i KODAK moments notice, without nny law. Two of tho commissioners wore trouble or expense. Kodaks nctlvo participants for tho rottirn of takes pictures day or night, in- the saloon. Tho shorlff of the county was tho third. He refuses to bedoors or out, anywhere. come n partisan nnd stood for a fair Lets show you one. election. Now If there was fraud It Any price. $1 to $50. could not have been with local option lets. New Boat Show VWK0 Ofrico over Hickman Drug Company BETTERSWORTH & PRATHER Groceries City Delivery; both phones No. 28. tS "Best ot Everr'Mng" COURIER REALTY COMPANY Phone No. 21 Will sell that place and get you other. No business, no pay. an- HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Funeral Directors and Embalrners. feven-by-fou- Phone 20, night or day. Hickman, Ky. DR. ft Helm Ellison tH-x- t. You must ho uway from home to IwirH the nows. A ftilton paper says "It Is thcHiRhl one of the rooms In tn UClsdt Hotel will be Httltiwd" as a home for the new bank which Is to be launched In HtekHMii. Cut your weeds down, and thereby wake It mhcm Icm probable that a shell of typhoid may ctit you down. John Creed, the ImgUIng grnlii buyer, sklfwtl 7 mn of alfalfa from aere Tweed ay. Miss Any Ketd. or Hickman tYtNMlg, Cttnt Itee4 MosMlay l't Irtton. l vis-Itln- s; Wt-- wns over from Helton. Neither do we believe that there was frnud of any value It Is certainly not In the mouth of high license contestants to ehargo fraud os their own men. This Is Uio end of faroo No. 1. Xo. !. comes upon the stage with a large number of autors. The women and children play tho ro'.o of liitlinldatora of tho olors. The women nnd children certainly were on tho streets. Tiioy nover for one moment crowed tho line marked out by the sherirf nnd his deputies. Quite a number or negroes wero murchisl to the polling places and lined up under guard Just outside tho fifty-folimit. They rotnainvd under the protection of their guards who wore their red tie and streamers who handed these colored voters registration certificate, just as ho left the head of Uie column to oast bis E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. old stand. Phone No. 2. Hickman, Ky. HICKMAN SATURDAY AUGUST HICKMAN HARNESS CO. A. J. Wright, Manager. Makers and Dealers In Harness. Repair Work a Specialty. 6 We are Agents for the The Largest F.lnest and the Mast Complete Floating Theatre on Earth. Mr. Markle takes great pleasure in presenting the semi-operproduction a OLDEST Insurance Companies in Hickman They are companies that have been here longer than any oM-eIs your property insured? It is too late when the alarm sounds to think of a policy. r. ballot The Toy-Make- rs ili in ihH m - CrO TO Doing hard work In a bnt or stoop lug poeilloii puts a slltc In the back that Is painful. Iftbe tnttsale nave becomo strained, jou can't get rW or It without halp. The great penetrating power of UAUAKD8 SNOW LINIMHNT will appeal to you roost sUonnly at such times, booauso It Is tin very thliiR you need. Prlee 36c ,60c and 1.00 per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. IH H M Mm FOR GROCERIES All New Stock Whatever of fraud there may have been here, will more thnn llkoly throw out these vicious ballots and give tho "drys" tho majority whisk rightfully belongs to thorn In Pulton. Woman's Dally. WORK Do it NOW R. T. TYLER, Agent Dream and a large and carefully selected company, Including the WEAKENS THE KIDNEYS, Cheap as the Cheapest Ooan's Kidney Pills have done Great Service for People who Work In Hickman. T.-HAt'- K Dvtlwi la are from Big Beauty Chorus produced and arranged under the per. son.fi direction of tho eminent character singing comedian WM. C. CUSHMAN LAUNDRY A- T- Memphis this week, ami will upeml several days wttn Rle family. II dnne thrtMRti In nU IIm ear Miss 6 pounds Best Gran- ulatcd Sugar 1 1 1.UU AA Julia Jackson returned Satur-dfrom a two weeks' vWK to relaIn Jacknon, y We want Produce, Cash or Trade. tives Tnn. XXoxno rixono ao Very Best Kentucky Lum ICOALI -- DELIVERED- $4.25 POSITIVELY NO A TON CLINKERS Ask our regulAr cnitomers how they like this coal. Most Hickman poople work ovory day in somo strained, unnatural position bending constantly over a desk rldlnt; on Jolting wagons or earn doing laborious housework; lifting or pulling, or trying the back In n hundred and one ohter ways. All Uiese strains tend to wear, weaken mid injuro the kidneys until thoy fall behind In Uielr work of filtering the IM) I so n s from the blood. Doan's Kidney Tills cure sick kidneys, put now strength In bad backs. Cures effected in this locality form the strongest proof of their efficiency. Head this testimony: J. K. Kddletunn, barber, Pleasant Port, Ky., says: "Auyono who follows my occupation reqdlroa a strong beck, for Uie long hours spoilt at the chair, bring n steady strain on tho muscles of tl'e loins. I was in prol-tbad shape and could not work wltk nny degree of comfort. Doan's Kidney Pills were finally brought to my attention and willing to try anything that might check tho trouble, I procured n box. Tiioy promptly relieved the pniu In my baok nnd tho kldnoy secretions which had been sonny and distressing In passage, beenmo natural '" For sale by all dealers. Price COc. Foster-JlllburCo., Buffalo, N. Y., solo agents for the United States. Remember tho namo Doan's at d take no othor. y n Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices A Fun Maker of Real Merit. Street Parade at 10 a. m. by Markle's Challenge Band Power-Ove- r Prof. R. PALMATER, Leader. I i loess Don't criticise your doctor because medicine prescribed by him fails to have the desired effect. The prescrip. tion may have been Rood, but the ingredients dispensed poor. Give the doctor a fair show by taking his prescrip. tions to a druggist 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 sickness. Augmented Orchestra. GENERAL ADMISSION 25' ;C Reserved Seats Extra. If you receive a sample copy or tho Courier, it is an Invitation to subscribe for It. As n special Inducement to Uiose who aro not taking tho Courlor, nnd In order to get you acquainted with It, wo offer It to you from now until Jan. 1, mil, for only -- tic. This Is much cheaper than either borrowing or stealing. Leave your name, or tho namo of somo friend, your nddres, and 2oc nt the ofrico and we'll do tho rest. This applies to now subscribers only . Miss Estullo Henoati ro turned Sun day night from Knoxvllle, Tenn., where she has been attending summer school for six weeks. W. F. MONTGOMERY ,&sh.n.tiUhfaMtLAiy1liJ JNt PLUMBINQ PROQRESS ..... cliinpe that makej the pro- r.r tl.r vnn itrhouse huildinc it mot erident in the plumbing ol the home. Modern fixture and open plumbing, conforming health, to unitary lw and contributing to good are the most noteworthy improvement!. Wo heard on tho street tho othor day of a mnu who claimed ho was too poor to tnko his homo paper, but nil the same ho rond a notice In som6 other paper telling how to prevent n horse from slobbering, nnd sent $1 50 for tho recolpt. When tho J?1 HO worth or Information caino It said "Teach your horse to spit." Cowgiil's Drug Store (Incorporated) (Tash Book Store Splendid Selection Tif I! W POTTAGE W. HOTEL Prop. I J. COOK, The prohibition elections In Fulton and Cnrrqjlton would Indlcnto that Wo want all the local news. If peoplo or Fulton nro satlsried with you cannot see a reporter, call No, buttermilk and soda water, whllo tho peoplo of Carrollton still preier a 21 Cumberland or Home phono. New Books Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Unit and See Our Stock K int. Enameled plumbing fixtures and the guaianteed excellence of these goods backed by our own the best. reputation assures vou only Our buiinei! is plumbing mfrtvtd plunb We sell and install "Standard" Porcelain BEST little sugar In "thorn." $1 a Day House -I- N- TTTYVTVYYTTTYVTTTTTVYTT WHY NOT TRY ? Popham's ASTHMA REMEDY If your groceries have not proven entirely satisfactory try trading with C. H. Moore. Hinkmmi piiimliin? and Tinning Go. )bcsiziz ioc J Western Kentucky ft f Z" V T T z TT- - T Z TZ t jjur'rt Harry Threlkeld and ramlly spent Gives prompt and posltlvo relief In Sunday at Woodland Mills, with his every ease. Sold by Tho Hickparents. man Drug Co, price SI. Trial ntr.knirn liv mull. 10c. Miss Ada Cnsebeer, or Union City, Williams Mfg. Co., Props., Clovoland. la Uio guoat ot Miss Estello Ilouoau. iAAaiAnnn4 ery tiling Mary Berendes & Co. Show boat Saturday night. MggJ UKS iAiSwaasfci anWUh..t. irTWritowlMWi rift iki, BMi " r. i " r k r I . DAILY DIET HINTS B DR. T. J. AU.eS Food SpecUIbl. NEWS FROM 8TATE LING. (Two Late for Last Week.) swmvva Buy Ice Coupon Books AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL this were PEACHES. closely resembles The the appl , though more likely to pell, and therefore to set up fermentation. Unlike the apple, ths peach Is good only for a short time between the point of complete ripening and the beginning of decay. Like all other fruit, the peach Is best uncooked and eaten alone. The natural appetite of the child prefers to cat It without mixture and any child In hot weather may well make a morning meal on peaches or apples, eating nothing else for three hours or more. Hunger, even when perfectly natural, need not be hastily satisfied. Even children can lay the corner-ston- e of virtue, by learning to think of something else than food, at times, even when there Is a real physiological need for It, which la not always the case when ?od Is demanded. A healthy child may be allowed to eat as many peaches as desired In the morning, with the understanding that nothing more Is to be asked for till noon. In extreme hot weather this Is usually S ! -.- M mi llh r-- ? -- w & Gordou Rice was here from Fulton Thursday . Mrs. W. M. Shaw has roturnod from n visit to Union City. Dr. wik Dave Prnthor was luco from Unlou GIty. MoDanlol Alfred ami wife here several days last week. I' &. I I I SS dren wore Mrs. T. A. Prathor, Jr nml chilIn Union Oily, Tutwdny. in if" Hugh EI Curlln wor here Wednesday and Tliurwlay vIhUIiik his par- x iK ents. You Will Buy Furniture 1 Mrs. J. A, MoClure and daughter. Mar', spout Tliurmluy in Hickman. MIhh No ice will be charged. The drivers will ithcr col- lect cash or coupons. Don't expect them to credit you, for they will be charged with each hook, and will hnvc to account for the ice they take out lor de- livery. H 5S jV Mrs. T. A. Prnthor. Sr and mother a I rt?"W?. JLHJ? f J - . Mrs. McDanlel, wore In Union City. at our store when you see our mammothstock of house Tuesday. furnishings and get our prices. We sell goods at from SS and children 0 to 25 per cent cheaper than any store in Western SN spentMrs. Arthur Shaw Vdnonduy In Tueeday and SS Kentuckv. If this sounds n little and Union City. make the comparison yourself. Not only low prices N Mrs. W. N. Brnnfleli), who has been spending some time with her daughline to select from. SJ but a big, ter. Mrs. Swan Ilurnw. wpnt lo MarKfl goods We are not offering you "Second-hand- " tin last week. stock on our jgg (although we have a large second-han- d John Madclox whs hero luM week aV.WIIU t.WVSl IIS. UiUJli W ltlttfc.U I14V......J, IIIIU ....w .l..h with his family, lie returned to Mem(Copyright, IMS. by Josepb B. Uowlc.) S good stuff at about one-ha- lf the original cost), and arc N phis Monday, but his fuiolly will prepared to show you the very latest, high grade furn- - IN spend Uio summer here. State ol Ohio, City of Toledo, Misses Graee and Howard Threl S lture creations on the market. Note these prices: Lucas County. ss. keld have returned from Hernando. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that 1.25 to 7.00 Center Tables, all styles. MIm . where thoy spent some thin uu Is senior partner of tho firm of P. J. Cbeny & Co., doing business In with their atetw, Mrs .Loan. Iron Clad Alarm Clocks 1.25 tho City ot Toledo, County and State Owing to the wet wither, wtrnai 2.25 3.50 Elegant Matting Rugs, 6x0 aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLthroshliig Ibis Imjwi delayed rttry " " 9x12 " 4.00 6.00 LARS for each and every case of much, but wills ful r weather all win Catarrh that cannot be cured by the Chifforobes, pretty designs, at. .22.50 bt threshed nvxt week. The yWld Is use of Hall's Catarrh Curo FRANK very good ami Is sotting around tli Library Tables, a big line 12.50 to 22.50 J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed dollar umrk. A new line of Mattings, some as beautiful pat In my presence, this Cth day of December, A. D. 18SC. A. V. Gleason, 20c, 25 c, 30c terns as you ever saw (Seal) Notary Public It Is understood that Mr. Jake (').' A fine line Druggets, Axminsters 22.50 Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inwell wilt be a oandldate to surcoiHl a ternally, and acts directly on the Hpradlln as a member of (he Obion Saxonys as low as 15.00 blood and mucous surfaces of the County Democratic Bxeeutive Comml' system. Send for testimonials free Ingrains 7.00 up-to-da- te This rule will not apply to soda fountains, Sutch- cr flhops, fish docks and other large users of ice, as their accounts will be on file at our office. JJ 2 Hickman Ice (INCORPORATED.) Coal Co. r. z. DiiiXjorj, 2vxifKoi. HHMHMHMHHsmNMMs1.T3i msmssgmmimm2m'M8i!m HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 4 1 iPiftl ssMssT" KhTAI't IHIIII TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. HMfror to H w. IUiiiimf i1rcr.' i Marble and Granite Monuments CURBINf. STONB WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FKNCIN Hickman, i ""'iMB vk& iK - Kentucky Address F. Ohio. J. CHENEY & CO., To-h'i- t for the Thirteenth dvtl Iltrlri pation. f- Take Hull's Family Pills for const! Sold by all druggists, 75 c. Summer Goods at Slaughter Prices jS -w j Prayers for rain are being offered at Plalnfleld, N. J where the crops aro drying up. Stings or bites ot Insects that are followed by swellings, pain or Itchtag should be treated promptly as they are poisonous. BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT counteracts the poison. It Is both anUsepUc and healing. Price 25c, 50c and U per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Mrs. Alice Roosevelt Longworth has inherited $140,000 from hur grand- This line includes Refrigerators, Ice Boxes, Lace Cur- - S tains, Ice Cream Freezers, and other things too numer- - ill Luther Nichols, ous to mention. Call and see them. gj hae been here 202 guaranteed Fancy Patent. Trj a sack. Case & Son. Phone 183. Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. St. Louis Furnishing Co. W. E. ALLEN, Manager. g? wife and baby, who for several weeks, left Friday for TlptoMille. ...ABSOLUTE SAFETY... Churches and Lodges PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. L is the basis that we offer to depositors. Other inducements arc of secondary hnportnncc. Upon this guarantee we Preaching every Sunday morning at Dr. II. E. Prathor, city. W. C Glidewoll. route 2 Our Handsome Friends. J. B. Brent, Bay City, Wis. L. C. Lunstord, city . Mrs. Corinno Gleason Palistlne Tex Following are the names of as Mrs. Nellio Roberts, city. handsome and scholar) lot of people Mrs. H. R. Dickinson, Pembroke. as we have eter swn nnywhere. Mrs. M. E. M.Neil, routo 4. Paste this clipping in your bat and! J. B. Graham, route 2 you will have a read reference list Mrs Alice Wilson ,clty ot the best folks on earth, or course J. B. Housley, city. Courier wouldn't tlo they take tho Mrs. Mattle Parks, Bessie, Tenn, without it and have "got right" Chas. Werner, routo 1. report: since our last Miss Diddle Pollock, route 2. Esq. J. W. Ammons, Cayao. Mrs .S. D. Smith, St. Louis. Mo. Miss Berah Bowden, city. John Kuhn, route 1. C. S. Patterson, route 2. Frank Barnett, route 2. C. L. Splllers, Mountain Grove, Mo. II. Mangold, route 1. Mrs. Sallle Threlkeld, Union City. Mrs. Nannlo Kingman, City. W. P. Taylor, Fulton. Isaac Snuff, route 3. R. S. Carr, city. J. A. Hodges, route 2. A. J. Walkor, city. C. C. Graham, city. E. O. Farts Burdctto, Ark. E. E. Reeves, city. Martin Schmidt, Union City. Bob Bynum, city. B. W. Scott, Bradford, Tenn, C. J. Sarrett, city. Col. C. L. Walkor, city. Mrs. O. S. Harrison, Mona, Ark. E .n. Grubb, Palmersvllle, Tonn. W. C. Bowden, Memphis. Tenn. R. W. Williams, route 1. Rev. D. W. Bryant, City. V. R. Watson, route 2. II. II. Skelby, Water Valley, Ky. J. D. Leech, city. Mrs. Mary L. Luttroll, Sturgls, Ky. Hugh Cruce, Cayco. John W. Rogers, city. Mrs. R. R. Powell, routo 3. R. B. Brevard, city. Roy Shelton, route i. Nalfeh Bros., City. F. M. Barnes, city. 11 o'clock and evening at 8 o'eloek excopt the first Sunday in cites month. Sunday School every Sunday at 10 n. tn. Visitors are welcome W. .G Stockton, Minister. SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE II. JIUHIIANAN. I'rwWml father, one-twclt- ot his estate. . J. MttKCTUkM A. TlloMfHON. n.fclf I guarantee all plumbing and tinning I do. If 'the work don't come up right and I can't out-talyou we will cheerfully do the Job over Just like any other plumber. Cotton. k CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Preaching services at 11 a. w and S p. m erory Sunday. Sunday School at 3:46 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. You are cordially invited to attend any or all of these services. D. W. Ilryont, Pastor. METHODIST CHURCH. Preaching ovory Sunday morning a 11 o'clock and evening at 8 o'clock. Sunday School at SMI a. m. Irayer meeting each Wednosday You aro always wuleomev G. W. Wilson, Pastor. EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. fcvory. Sunday. Sunday School at 10 o'clock every Sunday morning. Your attendance will bo apprealated. H. J, Jjylgor, Rector. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Mass every morning at 7 o'clock. Sunday sorvlce at 9 o'clock each morning, except tho second Sundny of each month. Frlond and visitors wolcome. P. M. Guerln, Pastor. lt.llurhKima J.J.I T. A. liMtonl HtHHlUMMit H. M. ttT II. M ThrlkUI JW M lr. J. ilHWnnt AIiihI I Our Stock is Comnlete and J. D. Baker, of Bradford, Tenn., is visiting his daughter, Mrs. N. J. Corur You can't shoot through some steak sold in Hickman, but that is not the kind sold by the Hickman Grocery Co. If you want beter meat, give them a trial; it costs 6 per cent less. ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas (MllniiorTflrplXHiK li. whrn In nrnl of OHIM KUIKN. ur KKKi.sfl.HKK. KltKHII Ml: ATM John Hngnn spent a few days at homo last week. Hickman Furniture Co., for undertakers goods. Oce Telephone 6 3 Deliveries Ledford & Rand I e (a) J Rives, Harris was in Union City and last week. Tt-nn.- , Regular services at tho BapUst DAPTI8T CHURCH. Service and Safety We offer you a complete banking service and provide nbsolute safety for your funds. We want your banking business, and whether your account be large or small, we will extend every consistent banking accommodation and will protect your Interests with the same care and fidelity that we apply to our own. It Is our business to receive and safeguard deposits ; to loan money on proper security ; to transmit money to other cities and to collect notes, etc., and, in general, to render every financial service within the scope of a modern banking institution. Come in and sec us when we can be of scivice to you. coun-tries; Do You Believe in a Greater Hickman Back your judgment with your money. 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 Church ovory Sunday morning and I OVODIIIK "M- at ttlO Usual hnnm Knmtnv If rnn nnt hltio laxy, you need a good cleaning outf"cnol "t 10 o'clock a. m. Prayor HERBINE Is tho right thing for that meeting on Tuesday evening. You purpose. It stimulates tho liver, tones have a cordial Invitation to attend all up Uio stomacn and purifies tho services. A. Turklngton. Pastor. bowels. Prlco GOc Sold by IHekman Drug Co, TYLER CHAPEL. Preaching on tho 2nd and 4th SunMiss Gladys Wentzcll, of Memphis, day evenings of each month. SunIs here for a few weeks visiting her day School at 2:30 In the aftornoon. Prayer meeting Friday evenings. grandmother, Mrs. E. Colo. Rov. Metheny, Pastor . ... Anything you want that wo haven't Hickman Lodgo No. 7CI, F. & A. got in Furniture we will bo glad to M meets at the Masonic Hall every order it for you. Hickman Furniture 2nd and 4 th Monday nights. Company. Elm Camp No. 3, W .0 W, moots Cypress shingles at 11 at tho I. O. O. F. Hall ovory Wednesper thousand at mill. Yates & IClrk day ovonlng. Shingle Co. Household No. C, C. W., meets at tho I. O. O. F. Hall Tuesday evening of each week . J. T. Perkins, of Martin, was hero Fulton Lodge No .83. I. O. O. F. on buslnoss Friday. meet at their hall on Clinton street every other Thursday night, We don't show anything offcnslvo I at the Lyric. It is especially for the M. W. A. meets at MohouIc Hall ladles. J. T. Dilloa, Prop. wnj Tuesday evening. SHINGLES . .- 'l " A 14 Capital and Surplus, K. T. TVLIiK, $65, 000.00 JOHN I'VI.L'. RUSSELL JOHNSON tsrf , - rit. W, C. Kl'l'l), Ca.hlcr An't Chler L- -J ljfcj .- .,t. r mn,ti-it- ?& J