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The Hickman courier: August 11, 1910 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 hic1910081101_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: August 11, 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 in Fulton county will w" tll you Hintnews Prim tliau mote local any otlr patwrln tula ifCtlon of Kfntufkjr t FOLKS MOW UVINO COMMERCIAL-APPEA- L BOTH ONE YEAR FOR $1.25 A BLUE MARK HERE THE HieKMAN COURIER. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team, no in that your bat expired lienew promptly If you want tbe paper to come to you atter thti montb means (i u y fldverlislnq is the Team that Pulls thB Commercial Waqnn up the Hill of Success. OIDt.BT PAPER IN WKBTBEN KLNTOOKT Crease the Rxles of Your Ulagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up volume m HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1910. WHOLE ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAB 1N5I) ho. aui7 Ghe KEWANEE v ifl ,i'. JkTTlC One of the Busiest Places in Hickman Just Now. J; System of Water Supply TANK 'ZZZZZZZZZ3 he Passing of an Old Slave old-tim- e t' X Affords Absolute Protec tion provides an absolutely safe and salisfao lory water service, equal to that With oHered by any city water works. the An abundant supply ol water Kewnncc always available and deliv System, ered under strong pressure nncu- an throughout the house, barn matic tank, called the or grounds. Kewance Pneumatic Tank is placed in the cellar. Water is twinned into this tank and is delivered to the futures by air Fire pressure. to Leak and Flood the House. No Attic Tank i n IK ' 1 lsln 'iw1 J NO. T DIl.LQX. Manager. No Elevated Tank to Freeze or Collapse. cent better tervfcc Ujellmc. re- - Hickman Ice & Coal Company f3T 100 pet and will lent a slave. The following article was written the fidelity of tbe by Dr. Dulaney, of Urlstol, Tenn., on The artist may rise who will paint tho death of "0'orgo Doc." the last In colors that live that uudylng to duty, nnd the sculptor may of the old family slaves: "A day or two ago I stood above the bier of chisel the cold dust from the marble un ordinary man. Horn and reared In his zeal to free the Imprisoned In slavery, taught the virtues of fi- slave from tho rock, but no monudelity and obedience, his threo score ment of brass nor shafts of stone years and ten were dedicated to the will ever be equal to those that wero service of bis fellowman. Whatever reared In a thousand homes in tho man have beeu his faults, however times that tried men's souls. One far short he may have fallen in his by ono tbe landmarks of American every day life of things that form slavery ure passing away. A few the creed of men, wo would give to brief years and the lhes of master memory only that which Is good and and servant will be as a tale that is true, and wrap his failures In the told, and Uio story of ue ago of the tno beauty and shroud. It has been given to me to.por,d w,u ever know him as I have known few men. tho pathos of that which was written The boyhood companion of a preced- in the day that is dead. It is tho Proving generation he has been to mo blessed provision of au Uio link Uiat held us to the past. In idence that tbe future, as far as this dovo-tloea-ua- l all-wis- e t a meeting of tho School Hoard regret to loam to tho illness W. O. Stockton, pastor of the this week for tho purpose of electI'msbytorlau Church, who Is In tho ing teachers far Uio Wost Hickman SALE 7. mL primary branch of Uio Hickman pub-llTennosix'o Hospital at Nashville. Wti fchoolH.. Mrs. Avon Journev and . He left Hlckmnn July 2C to attend Mus Lite Paris were chosen for tho HICKMAN PLUMBING the Hlblo Conference at Iebauon. Initial term. The Hoard Is to bo con On hla return bo stopped at Nashville grutulatod upon Uils AND TINNING CO. selection. to vlalt bis sister. Mrs. J. F Wright, 4 b heretofore and Monday. Aug. 1, was taken stated, tho West uwttwndUiM 111 with apondlcltts. On Tues- llibkmnn branch school Is a new day morning ho underwent an opera- venture. It was established for two very good reasons. First, the primary tion for same. ' -- ; department of Hickman Collego has fi''-:- t Independents Win. He la doing vary nicely but It will been crowded for the past two terms HCRg THKKE bo some Ume befora ho will bo able and last year they .were compelled to to lake up active work ngaln. rent rooms elsewhere. Second, the The Judicial election In TenniMsoo little folks of West Hickman bad too Thuraday wua a sw unplug victory for County Commissioner Mllner sold farto walk. Not only have theso two Democratic Uckut Duo Held poul Ttiuniilay and Prl- the ludepeiidtjut fur jiuuruuiu.ciurUJudEi's and judges thu. Kulagr lots In Kaat IU9kmanoiTJafaSiiiiaL.LrILvcr0J''A. PA1. 'Js.il, day nl Three Slate. 'Jmiee?',iHrPf Homloy' pur 1 rTaiTOriablo- - To suppose that better flMl" CTii'dB WrfiilrifiW Furniture Co. ably mwoiiB tbu dvfvut of l'utttirsoii ebaaed 1, Hon. H. T. Tyler C, and J. work can bo bad by reason of lesson-luCall at too liickinau (or anything you waul In furniture. the burden which has heretofore for Govvruor In NovsmUir and the T. Seat 12. The 19 lota brought only (Jovitriior, fUl In Uio enso of J. I. Jennings fell upon tbe tcachor In tbe congestImUou of a lUpubllcaii A fin new Lprlthl 1'lano for al against In ex Hendorfon, he sold 2C ed rooms. ul a UarRuln. Sec J. K Kuquu. Stc for Uio mumju that Uio Hepubltcaiia acres of In ml to Will Woodrlng for LpuiUorttI tbo ludopendeut Dmocrul-"Tho new- school, located on tho o could make that Did you know ticket for Judges with Uio uuder- - J 105. cornor near Corporation Bridge, will old ault look like now. Bchuildl Uio ataudlng that Uio lndepeudenta handle only the first and second Tailor. Govllepublteau Oyer Ten Thousand Kcwaaee Oulfilt in Succeuful Operation. Operation Wo Performed. ITwo Teachers Elected. BP IV " ?$M& of IM tl itMi . w ser-loua- -- Am - grasping uis nana wo could span more than three quarters of a century a wonderful chain of human his tory for the hand that ho touched In reaching backward bad felt the thrill of American Independence a slave of the bondago out of which was born the liberty of a greater republic. His passing marks an era in his community, as his life marked an epoch in the nation and the State. And with him has gono a trensuro of unwritten history, for his mind was full of all that he heard in times of peace and war, and his lifo touched many of Uie makers of history. Through long years of battle be was the servant of a surgeon of tbe Southern Confederacy, and the dust of the master sleeps close by the bier of the srvant who waits for tho master's coming no longer. Sometimes, the poet may como who will sing of V ... , J), life is concerned, is a sealed book. Today we cannot know what tomorrow brings forth, but we accept it as it comes, with Its sunlight and Its sbadowu, as the gift of Him who formed the world for man's use, his delight, hla trial, bis triumph, who fashioned Uio firmament and set it with stars that shine forever for man's wonder and God's glory; and while there is much of this material world tbnt we will never know, each day that comes on wings of light, will Illume so uio new mine in this narrow vale, some treasure for the happiness of man. But beyond this night of darkness and this day of toll, beyond tbe ken of the finite mind man's infinite being will reach a higher and a holler sphere; where Uio pauper and the servant, the sophist and tho sago will wear alike the sovereign's crown." Tho Courier has just completed a thorough Investigation of the high cost of living. Hero is our report: "Wo find that the high cost of living is due entirely to high prices." O. T. Campbell, of near Oakton, was in this city, Saturday, on business. Mr. Campbell is ono of Hick mnn county's most successful farmers and a leader In the live stock business. g u - lowing. the levee road to Mrs. T. S. Mooncy's, nnd thence south. All chilmust attend dren In the the branch school; those outside will attend Hitfcman College. sub-dlstrl- Tho resldenco on the lots purchased for this school is being repaired for would aupport u II. T. IJoale. W. A. DoddB' right grades. Tho as planned for school purposes and will be tn ernor against Patterson In November. band man, left Saturday night for by the Hoard, will take in all terri- readiness for tbo first day of the Jas Mllnor, County Couiuitealuiiar, was in re from Puluiu, Mouday, ou AuyUilug to gut rid of 1'attersou and Georgetown. Ky , to take a week's tory north and west of a lino be- term, which is Monday, September til gaug. vacnUon. bUalUuaa, ginning at McBlroy's store and fol 12th. t, Try a aack of 10 Patent Flour. ae No. 1 A Bon. Highest Urudo Pboao IS. FOH SALE; Good on. II. H. Mangold. log wag- 3t Swayuo Walker returned Thursday Ircuo Shaw of Brown vllle, guuat of Mr. W. A. from u several day .visit at Three la Uio Hiatus. Johnston. Mua Tcnu-- , When Schmidt makes you a ault Hulto'a Excellence flour la positiveho keeps It pressed FIIKU for two ly guaranteed by us. Uotterworth & We have got to make room right away Prather. month. for our big Fall stock that's why I). U. Sauder. of Carutbenivlllo, was tliu cucal of lliakuian relatives flral of Uio week. If your groceries havi not proven entirely aallafaclory try trading with C. H. Mooro. Mrs. Hllzabuth Cole, has been dan- oroualy 111 for tho past wook but la reported bettor. Both Puwltt, tho popular upper Muu gu foreman, will build u nice residence next uioulli. Mrs. Cbns. llackott is visiting her Miss Aun Thomas returned last week from a vlalt with relative at daughter nt Homo, Gn. Tho latter is reported to bo In bad health. Fuycttevlllo, Ark. Mm. W. II. Heath, of tho LnCledo J. II. TravU, Uio Mongol Box Coa I'xpuota to begin work ou Hotel, Is visiting in Morohouso, Mo. auw flier, Mrs. Gout, of Columbus, bns charge his uuw residence in a nburH tliuo. of tho hotel during her absence. Olllo Tbrolkold mid Hlohard Mis C. S. Shelby returned Saturday Honoycutt, of Statu Lino, a pout Sunfrom u visit wlUi bis ohlldrou at Auday with Harry Tbrolkold and wife. gusta and Tnrkton ,Ark. Mr. Shol-bIs suffering with a cancer Just beIf wo don't soil your roal estato, It U oca n't coit you a cent. If wo do, hind bis right ear, and will leave In a short time for medical It ouly cost you 2 per cent, Tbo treatment. Courier Ronlty Co. S5i for all Hart SchafFner & Marx suits formerly sold up to $25.00 o y Last Thursday uftornoon, Mrs Nnn-nlKoboy and wlfo and W. D. Klngmnn oiitertnlued a few of and wife, of nonr Fulton, ro- turned homo Buudny alwr a visit hor friends nt Hook. Mints were sorved during tho games, mid Intor, With Qoorgu Undurwood. refreshments of croam and cako. II. h. Citrlln, of Woodland Mills, The guests wero Mesdamos C. T. was In town Monday. Wo think pos- Hondurnnt, F. T. Itniullo, C. F. Hatt-or- , sibly tbo report that ho was lmro to S. I,. Dodda, Will Holm, K. K. Hooves, J. II. Mlllot, E. II. Prathor, attend tbo "8th of August" wns Carl Schmidt, W. C. Johnson and Miss' Lou Montgomery. It Is n fact not goncrally known Our good friond, John Bryant, :ib- tbnt If one holds bis breath, wasps, HttrcH us that they will have a new bees i nd hornets enn bo handled with i uptiiilty. Tho skin becomos railroad In Mississippi county beforo stir and holding tho Insect wo got our' now lino from Tplton-vlllHo say b Uie new road from by thi fmt nnd giving her full liberty or. action you can seo bor drlvo Charleston to Dorenn, ono of tho her weapon against tho Impenetrable Hoiiok Hues, is to bo In operation surface with a forco which lifts her on or before Jan. 1, 1911, according body nt each stroko, but let tho to contract. There Is no "red tape" smallest Quantity of nlr escnpo from In tbo matter of bonus, etc. Mr. Brytho lungs and tbo sting will peno-trat- o ant buliovcs Uio new road is a cinch; at once. Wo glvo this for wo hopo ho Is right. A-- new road what It ia worth, but you try it at nt Dorcua means another road for Hickman. your own risk. J 12. Uoboy $3M for all Hart Schaffner formerly sold at $20.00 h.'.UJf.MJT Jars? a . ;v.js..-ftti2--7- & Marx suits " a2&-J&,z- Coppijbl Hii Schtfncr JfjM .rWVjg 3S23 rT: " r. Strictly cash and only until Aug. 2 st. 1 tc Mm nf. o. SMITH & AMBERG mmn-iign Sftiftai'i nirI fr' ' ii m ffitoisiyiflliy YTbi JMii f Wl ! i-- -- r- lSKS Sulphur Springs THE HICKMAN COURIER SE ARCHING "CovTt Wtsltm Kmtockt Uktthe'Dtv)" &. 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 aroaxrans, 3vxvm.sox-- . pbrcy WANTED Thursd'y Night RUNS BODY WHEAT We REAL PACTS IRE SPEER SEXTON, PUBLISHERS Jubtcrlptlon SI a Ytai TtiU paper stops wben your lUtMcrlptloa expire, lou not Tliu Courier Juat at you do pottage iUmps; NO exception UMh In Advance. We mate m T ID EXPLOSION COMPANY are In tlw mnrket for nil kind ot drain. Hnjr and eapeclnllr Wheat We Advertise to Sell And Sell to Advertise Study the sentence composing the above headline; grnsp its import, nnd take advantage of its significance. It means thnt we have bought the stock of goods in the General Store at State Line, Kentucky, and propose to stock up with a full nnd fresh line of YET TO GOME OUT INVESTIGATION SO FAR THOUQHT TO ONLY HAVE TOUCHED : r. Subscription Rate, $1.00 per year IN CORN PRODUCTS ELEVATOR KILLED THREE, INJURED MANY. Order for on redxinable tcrnii. Flour, Meal, Brita and all kind! of Feed HtufT lUled oil nhort notice. Dahnke-Walker SURFACE, MARRIAGE LICENSE. ense MAN'SWONDERFULESCAPE Stuen Drltch, With Both Arms and Both Legs Broken, Slides Through Feed Pipe From Sixth Story to Safety. Granite City. III.. Aug. 9. Search was renewed for the body of an workman, supposed to have been killed In an explosion in the grain elevator of the Corn Products Running company. Another workman was killed outright and a third died at tho Lutheran hospltoL The known dead are: Vlllc Mltchle, 24 years old. unmarried. John Galo, 35, unmarried. Tho Injured: Thomas Coffman of Venice, 40, unmarried; right hand broken, burned on face and arms. 'Vcllock Bladlcka of Granite City, 25, unmarried, ribs and skull fractured, burned, probably internally hurl. Stuen Drltch of Granite City, 45 and unmarried, arms and legs broken, burned about face and bands. Tllden Batson of GranlU City, skull fractured, left arm broken, burned and internally injured. Tony Mike of Granlle City, 30, unmarried, five ribs broken, burned on face and hands. Dala Yafko of Granite City, 30, burned on face, chest and hands. Foreman Blown From Window. Spontaneous combustion of the finely powdered corn Is supposed to have caused the explosion. Tllden Batson, foreman of tho concern, was blown from a third-storwindow by the force of the concussion, and his skull was fractured, his ribs were crushed and his face and hands wore burned. Batson is 35 years old and married. His recovery is doubtful. The most remarkable escape fron the building was that of Drltch, who slid down a big feed pipe from the sixth to the third story, although both his arms and both less were broken. Assistant Fire Chief Leo Wise, who had started to climb the pips to Dritch's rescue, carried him to tho ground, Drltch fainting after he reached Wise's arms. Hundreds Cheer Dramatic Rescue. .Hundreds of persons, who had gathered at the sound of tho explosion. Stood gasping during this dramatic rescue and applauded with shouts and when Wlso touched ground In safety with the unconscious man. P. L. Jeffries, superintendent of the plant, and A. H. Kelly, assistant superintendent, went Into the wrecked building and climbed to the sixth floor to aid and direct the wounded in escaping from the building. The structure was In flames and the GranlU City and Madison fire departments, having no apparatus to enable them to reach the sixth story, were helpless to check the fire there. Jeffries and Kelly assisted four men out of the building, probably saving y hand-clappin- g Milling Co. O". ffri to marry The following were granted II In Obion county last week: f. Orood, .Vfirt THRILLS Many ARE PROMISED Called Disclosby Son Be Bob Thornton and Lulu Polsgrovo. Ben Sampson and Minnie Smith. Herman Grimes and Mary Brady. Leonard Wilson and MntUe Holt. K. B. Wood and Bessie Leo Cloys. John Sampson and Laura Ethrage. Bosca C. Whlted and Fannie Byrn. Paul Berry and Alma Bug. Leile Mitchell and Minnie Barnes. Leo O. Jackson and Edna Allison. Q. P. Everett and Mrs. L. Shlros. W. H. Latimer and Georgia Cogglns Walter Gregory and Jewel Brown. T. E. Webb and Lessle Hollow ay. C. E. Castleman and Lena Taylor. Charley Haynes and Viola Diehl. Leonard Splvy and Willie B. Henry Leonard WutU and Maud Phillips. J. Polsgrove and Pearl Morris. Walter Horn and Lela Holt. Loren Bullock and Faye Farmer. G. W. Clemmons and Margaret Dibrell. Home I'lione Cumberland IS Hirkmnn rCv HCMiian,ry Choctaw Indians to at Witnesses, Following HAPPENINGS AT CAYCE. P. Johnson shipped a car load of stock Tuesday. Henry Burns and wife are In Daw-o- n Springs this weok. Mlssos Mary and Pearl Johnson are visiting lu Mayfleld. Mlssos Emma and Thelma Mays are visiting in Columbus. Miss Lillian Edmlston is visiting relatives nciir Pnlestlno this week. Mrs. Joe Ropor and daughter, Inez, are spending a fow days at Dawson. Mrs. Irviu Branham aud Nody Kelly, of Jordan, were visitors here Saturday. Sovoral of the young people attended the show at Hickman Saturday night. family moved George Meneea to Clinton Tuosday. This family will bo greatly missed bore. Two games of ball were played hero Saturday between Cayco and McConnell. Cnyew winning both ot the gamos. Mrs. PauMne Mayfleld anu children and the former's brother, Ralph Cunningham, visited rolalitvs In Sherman, Miss., lait wee.k Rev. R. A .Wood ami bride returned home last week, and on reaohfog the Pastorlum were surprised to find a bountiful dinner bad been prepared and awaiting them. H ures Made Saturday (A Chief McCurtalru GROCERIES, HARDWARE al Off to Mammoth Cave. Oft for Mammoth. Cave. A merry party of autolsts left Hickman for Mammoth Cave and other points" of interest Tuesday morning about 7 o'clock. They are making the trip in automobiles, going via Hopkinsville. On the trip are six cars as follows: Judge B. T. Davis, wlfo and son and Miss Virginia Daris. Oce Harris and Miss May me Nay-lor. UJ 13 rJ L R. A. Tyler, Miss Mabel Lyons, Miss Smith, Frank Smith, Augustus Alexander, Miss Louise Atwood and Miss Marie Brevard. W. H. BalUer .wife and daughter Miss Thelma, and L. A. Stone and wife. Dr. J. M. Hubbard and wife, Miss Nell Rogers, H. N. Cowgill and wlfo. S. D. Luten and wife. The latter's car was fitted out as a moring garage, and Mr. Luten will look after machine troubles for the party, which will doubtless bo plentiful enough before they reach the city limits of Hickman again. It. L. Bradley, wife and son left Tuesday on the boat for St. Louis. .SHINGLES Shingle Co. Will Hammond and wlfo returned first of the week from a visit to relatives at Mayfleld. Mrs. J. M. Roper and children, of State Line, spent a few days with her mother, Mrs. J. R. Brown, first of the week. Cypress shingles TAXPAYERS Your City Taxes are now due and payable at my office. You will save Money by calling at once and paying same as the penalty is put on delinquents on Sept. 1st. TOM DILLON, Jr. Citv Marshal. Mott'e Nervine Pills The great nerve and brain treatment for men and women, produces strength and vitality, builds up tho system and renews the normal vigor. For sale by druggists or by mall, 11 per box, 0 boxes for 16. Hickman Drag Co., Incorporated. E. L. King and wife left Saturday for Momphls to spend several da) a. Dr. Crlppen of London, falls soma-ho- w per thousand at mill. Yates at SI & Kirk or other, to wax enthusiastic over the marvelous accomplishment of th wlreloss ,st-- J Miss Laura Brown, bookkeeper for their Uvea, Smith & Amberg, left Tuesday night The damage to the building and Its for Indianapolis, Ind., and other contents was estimated at 155,000, the corn products stored there being valnorthern points for her vacation. ued at $20,000. Thero was no insurMrs. Cora Ward was called homo ance. The Corn Products Refining comMonday on account of the death of pany Is popularly supposed to bo a Geo. Powell, of Memher father, Mr. comphis. Shu has been vlsltiug J. It. subsidiary of the Standard Oil pany and Weatherly and family for two weeks. corporation has several officials of that on its board of directors. 20 years old, Tbe company has many plants, that Bob Simmons, about was stabbed to death Sunday even- at Grantle City covering 30 acres. Tho explosion was In an elevator ing by another boy named Alexander. 200 feet high, 60 feet long and 30 feet The killing occurred In Obion county wide, In which 16 men are employed and was the result of a craps game. en week days. 'Several hundred men The slayer lived at Greenfleeld. are employed In other parts of the m ELAK ;?: MIS )A. McAloater, Okla.. Aug. 9 As the Investigating committee went Into session here it was asserted by persona who have been following the Inquiry Into Senator Gore's charges of the offer of a N).000 bribe that the real facts of tho aliened frauds are yet to be heard The belief is prcvalont here that, so far, enly the surface has been touched It Is acrted that one witness, who has not been on the stand. If driven Into a corner by his luq.ulUors. will tell a stiM-- luvohlng a congressman who is said to have solicited a bribe understood, may This witness. It until the coiSmlttoe not testify reaches Oklahoma City, howour. ChocUwi Will Be Called. is expected that many promtnrmt It Choctaw Indians lll help throw light on the charges brought by Senator offered a bribe of Gore that be $50,000 to withdraw his opposition to y the approval ot the now famous contracts," calling for a sale. The testimony ot Chief Green of the Choctaws and his son. D. C .McCurtatn, who testified tint they had been offered bribes to work for the approval ot the contracts, started an entirely new tack In the Investigation. The younger McCur-tain- , in testifying that J. P. McMurray had offered him $25,000 when he was a Choctaw delegates to work tor the approval ot the contracts probably will result in McMurrays being called before the committee while it is in session here. McMurray already has denied making such an offer to McCurUin, but it is evident the committee now wishes to go to tho bottom ot the Indian: affairs, and some drastic legislation along these lines Is expected at the next session ot congress. "Square Deal" for the Indians. Expressions ot members of the committee and others following the Investigation closely make it evident that even if charges brought by Senator Gore are not substantiated, tho Investigation which they have brought about will result In the Indian get Ung more of a "square deal" in the future. 6herman's Name Dropped. SherThe name of man probably will not be used again In conjunction with tho investigation Gore, under protest, told the story he claims Hamon told blm, and In which he named tho Hamon denied that ho told Gore Sherman was interested, so that ends it, in the opinion ot attorneys and congressmen hero. Whether or net the committee decides that Gore was offered a bribe or that anyone was using Itnpropef methods to secure Indian lands legislation, it Is believed certain that from now on attorneys who have maintained headquarters In the cast and drawn as high as 112.000 a year for representing tho Indians will find this territory pretty dry picking after the congressional committee closes its in congrlonal FURNISHING GOODS and a genera! assortment of everything to meet the wants of our patrons. Wc 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, nnd sec whether wc can save you money, time, nnd a long trip to other points. Wc arc getting fresh goods almost dnily, a that our goods are fresh and clean. con-vinc- cr n 1 JOHN A. McCLURlE & CO. STATE LINE. F KY- - u "Mo-Murra- 130.-000.0- There Is Ao Place Like Home Vice-Preside- vesication. Of Course Ship, 50 Aboard, 8lnWng. Sydney, N. 8. W, Aug. 8. With 60 passengers aboard, the French mall carrying steamer, Satazlc, was reported sinking off Jervis bay. Aid was sent to the vessel which plies between Marseilles and Australia. Thirty Families if! congressional district can elect their representative to congress this fall, the probability now is that Caleb Powers, three times tried for complicity in the murder of Gov. William Goebel, will be the next congressman from the greatest Republican strong-bolla Kentucky. ., d H. P. Green, an old citizen of Fulton, died Sunday at Bradentowu, Fla. He was a Jeweler by trade. Ho is Stato of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County. ss. survived by four children, Ed Wobb, and Miss Carrie Green, at Fulton, Frank J. Cheney makes oath that and two children residing in Florida. ho is senior partner of tho firm of F. J. Cheny & Co., doing business in The sudden and unexpected death tho City of Toledo, County and State Sunday evening, Aug, 7th, of George aforesaid, and that said firm will pay sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLPowell, of Memphis, was quite a the LARS for each and every case of shock to his many friends and rela- Catarrh that cannot be cured by tho tives in Hickman. Ho was tl years Ubo or Hall's Catarrh Curo PRANK old and la survived by a wife aud J. CHENEY. four children. Ho was a member of Sworn to beforo mo and subscribed in my presence, this Cth day of Decthe Christian Church. ember, A. D. 1886. A. W. Gloason, Notary Public (Seal) Unless tho Democrats of the 11th plant You'll Kodak while on your vacation. Think of the places and things you'll see and the little episodes you'll want to remember in future years. Then take pictures of them with a In Explosion Panic. New York, Aug. 9. Two men were dreadfully scalded, one fatally, ami 30 families were when a tank of hot water blew up building at Broome in the Clinton streets. panic-stricken n six-stor- We know this appeals to you. Why don't you build one? Have you investigated the liberal induce ments of your home institution, THE HICKMAN BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION? This association is the poor man's savings bank. Twenty and a half years ago it was organized and has been conducted along the same conservative lines throughout its existence. Look about you and you will observe tfic monuments that speak for its return on investments. This Association will build from the humble cot to the stately mansion; but it is conducted the man with limited means, income or wages. '' The fortieth scries is now open and the books will be closed at 2 o'clock p. m., Thursday, Aug. 18, 1010. For further information call on the Secretary at his office in the Hickman Marble Works. Watch for our statement in next week's issue of this paper. fr semi-annu- al jHOKIiJI BUILDING & LOJW RSSOCIflTIOK THOS. DILLON, Sr., Secretary. PILE8I Wllllt-ms- ' PILESI Contrary to tho general rulo, thero woro no arrest b or disorder ut the colored peopled bio "8th of August' celebration In this city Monday. As usual hundreds of visitors wero hero from neighboring towns und surround lng torrltory. Tho Jubiluo wuh a divided affair, ono bolng held nC Sulphur BprlngH Park mannged by II Cooper nnd Itubo Morrlweather; tho othor at StubbH Park by C. II. Monl-fee- . lloth had all tho crowd they could look aftor. Kodak It will be no encumbrance as they are made so compact you can put them in your pocket. Wc arc exclusive agents. ledo, Ohio Sold by all druggists, 76c. Take Hull's Family Pills for Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken internally, and acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Send for testimonials free Address P. J. CHENEY & CO., To- Helm & Ellison Indian Plio Ointment, will cure Blind, Dleedlng and Itching IMcs Thoro scorns to bo considerable It absorbs tho tumors, allays itching lu banking circles. at onco, acta as a poultice, gives inAnything you want that we haven't stant relief. Williams' Pile Ointment is prepared for Plies and itching of got in Furniture wo will bo glad to tho privato parts, Bold by Hickman ordor It for you. Hickman Furnlturo Drug Co, COc and 1. Williams' Mfg., Company. Co., Props., Cleveland, Ohio. K. E. Ileoves, tho popular maniigor of tho Hickman Furnlturo Co.. re A. K. Mitchell .our handsome and turned Tuesday night from n trip acompllsbcd Leo Lino ngent, left on J to New Madrid, Springfield nnd St. tho Itcos Lee Tuesday for St. Louis. Louis, In tho latter city ho purchasHo will ga from St. Louis to Owens-bor- o ed a largo stock of to visit relatives. Tho Loo furnlturo, and assures us that his Lino office is being looked after by full lino will be suporlor to anything Mr. Dunn, ot Owenaboro. ovor seen lu Hickman. y It you wan. to buy a farm or town property, call at the Courier office. HICKMAN COURIER AND MEMPHIS -- COMMERCIAL-APPEA- L LIVING In Kullou county will tail you Unit o in I HI more lucnl nw limn ny ol.iriatr1ii rctloii of KMHucky I FOLKS HOW ' THE HieKMAN Waqon up iha Hill of Success. HO. Rdvurlisinq is the Team that fulls the Lomworcial VOI.DMB eURIER. GreasB tha BOTH ONE YEAR POR $1.25 A BLUE MARE HERE your meana hat expired Henuw promptly if you want the paiwr to come to you after tbla niontb tht The CoutIbt haa a Spankin' pond Team. IxIbs of Your Wagon, Did Man, and LbVs Hitch Up WHOLE 50.20X7 EBTABLIBBED IN TBE TEAR oldut rApna m webtkbh kentookt il in HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1910. INK!) ifi tzmmmsssssssm & Lands Good Job. VACATION TIME Jew Loses Mind. Mr. Silvcrstcln, a Jew merchant ot Columbus, lost his mental balance ono day last week, and being obsessed with tho notion that hla llfo wns sought by certain people In Columbus ho left town on foot and succeeded In hiding himself In the woods near O.ikton. He carried a pistol and a little money In a grip nnd was not easily approached. Ho was apprehended ono night at King Ltllard's farm South of Columbus, but escaped and was next seen nt J. J.Craig's place near Oaktou Thursday morning. Ho was then bareheaded, barefooted and woro but scant clothlnc. Ho asked for somothlng to eat and' also said ho wanted to be turned over to tho sheeriff for protection against his enemies. Before his' breakfast could be got ready he lm-- ( nglned ho saw his pursuers and In. wild affright ran Into a cornfield,! which was tho last seen of him unUl ho was captured at Rives, Tenn., Saturday morning. Mrs. Sllvorsteln offered a reward of $100 for his cap-turand a searching party scoured tho woods nnd fields around Oakton Thursday and Friday looking for him. When he was brought homo from Hives ho was in a miserable plight from oxposure. Ho has been taken by relatives to a private sanlartlum at Salem, Mass., we understand. Clinton o Ga-ett- o. TUMOR OF JUDGE WI8C. Business Philosopher. v i ho reeehud tho nitiolntiiiunt of Wale rSmploymuiit AgenL Ills vory mr.inioiw duty will bo. first, to draw hu anUiry, $J,000 n year; swond, to biok after paroled convict. ftndliiK i employment. The taxpayers Mil 1m. delighted to I Mini that UiIh iry necevMtry otfloe. Imx been rreat- d, ami with the kimwi-illii- that Uih Brt'Bt uitd only Col Ayors, of (till county, 1ms choa rn to riiotitder tin grave rMpoimlbll-ltof thla plBco. ht-tIii-i- il. Mot4 Ayers, of Pulton, received a i(pe of political tile Thursday. YEARS GROWTH Removed by Lydia E. Compound Pink-ham'sVegetable 4 lii Notloe lo Sons and Daughter of tha Judge, U. C. V.: but a good reputation U the only Ati efculrman of U10 nduoitloiuil hope agamst bad bargain. Tho Hick-li.uDrug Co. umkeii good In ovary work of the United Daughter of thQ t'oHfederacy for the Kentucky dlvln-l- o transaction " It Klvfl hi pliMagre to anr-jin- eo tiial I bare aeourml choWtrlil6( op ni to tha llnedl dsciidnuta of Con-itn- j prata VatoniHN, an fulluwa: HoHorary Scboktrnhlp for ouo yonr is Proposition Dead? , at Centre Collet1. Dnnvllla, raluo MO. lOqulrtiinetiU: l'roveit ancoatry, What baa bit'uui of th porpoal-tu- n eood clmmotsr. neoml of ptjounlary lo oil ilio streets of lIlckHMuT at, hlRhd aelHol diploma. Uw i.turu, Huuderxoti awl llupklu-.tl- u Ittalo lfMlvar4l', IixliiKton, Two cbolarahlpM, twiablo until the eoin tlUo successfully uvd oil t their atrtei In Ibt phtee of water nleUon of the couraea of btudy upon for keeping down the IhU The ex-UM tb hold era of Mholarahtpa .uu ul liaa at tm ded theM cHle h NUr, rvleaaliiK tho hoAlont from nil Ic.ifit that toeld a erlvt4 Ih w I'nlveralty fan excel iIbihwII of $10 Wf r way The coat Mi mn great, to ovr tlntiMgo to Uiiltmrntty prop U tuna are kept Ih u ismifc better rty, 011 lea1iig Untvrlty thu lena damaKea. hi returned. sai.nary lottttHton. pfviwity doee Hot uiMoW Luif.f au Htticli iIakmb ltMulrtMet44. l'rovan anooatry Um(ii cumm to lk keaiUi of the good oharnottir, need of paetiulary iviumuiiltlva. Why should not Hick- aM. I Itch School Diploma. of man follow the geed unui) Woat Kentucky Nonnnl College, Hit so cnieT IlowllHg (3ron: One naholarablp froo tuition for four year. HequlromeiiU: I'roven auaostry, Secure a Certlftoato, noed of poaunlary ifuod aliaraatvr, Lndcr thu law tho Woatorn Nor aid, eighth grado cortlfioate. mai baa tbo powor lo biuo tho KLW tfiut Kentucky Normal: Onotcbol MMNTAHV CHftTlPlOATB, the aralilp OMtitllNg the holder to freo UBUTinCATU, nud iMltton for 0.10 year. tho LlHi CUIIT1P1U.TB, vthtob UwiulrHinti: I'roven anoeatry, tbo boldoru to tMtoh aiiywbart a to tench, good morale, tieod In Kentucky for two yvura, four of eeunlary aid. yean, und for Itfo rwapocUioiy vltb Draugbon' Iluslneaa Colloge. l'adu. out furtbur oiawlURtlou. luforwallon cab: I.tfa aaliolf.rnhlp In oltbHr book ua to tho amount ot work ratiulrad keeping or atiortliand, entitling tho for tac.li cortlfloato will bo furnUbud holder to free tuition and oxtimpt wh.u duBlrod. Fall aeiudowi opuiia from utl Ineldantal fees. Uopu C, l'JIO. Addr II. 11 .Cherry, I'roven nnoastry, Heiiulremonta: l'naidoiit, Wtntorn Normal, Uowllni; good chnraoter, netd of pnouiilary Gain. Ky. uld, eighth rade oertlfloato. Central UusiHeaa College, I'aducah: aluo not yot do Uox One acholarahlp, I 1'. IlakoM of bta Muneol a termtnod. Company, LouUvlllo, vlaltad thu To secure tbeno aoholnrahliia for hero bits weuk on lit vacathe fall term all applicants should tion apply to me, having first reoolved tho co that our recommendation and ondoraomant of Uowar of aubatltuloa trade-marla on your plumbing und tho U. D. C. olmp'.er located In thulr tinning Jobi. John Cotton. county. Grny Uatlln Swan, (Mrs. W. t latido Sliuon rcturu-- d to Miuiphla S ) Murray, Ky. Saturday after a Unit with his aunt. Mrs lien Hortwock Course In Agriculture d ' Constant vlgllouoe la a safe-guar- KBlukt burglar," say n &iitfjm$sA ANTic'?'T'?N 'Copyrlxht, 1110.) ICBAl.IZA.TJOM n THE VAMPIRES (Revised). Some fools thoro wero, and they played their stock tHun us you and I) On a larger whlto man to defeat a black, (Wo called him tho man with a deadly whack) Hut the fools now know ho could nover come back, (Ben as you and I.) wo spout and tho thoughts And tho weight of tbo gold wo lack O, the tlmo wo lent k-- Holong to Jeffries, who did not know, (And now wo know that bo could nover. know) Ho never could como back. Some fools thoro wero, and tholr goods they spent . (Hvon as you and I.) llano and Kano tho pace thoy went (And It wasn't tho least what, they Uiougbt It meant) Hut a fool must follow his natural bent (liven as you and I.) Oh, tbo sleep wo lost nnd tho dough It cost Ajid the excellent things wo planned Holong to tbo Jeff who could neVer'come back (And now wo know ho could nover como back) Yes, now wo understand. And It Isn't tho shanio and It Isn't tbo blamo That stings like a red hot tack; It's coming to know, ho never know why (Seeing at Inst ho could never know, why) Tbo deuce bo couldn't como back. , ' on-titl- o dlr Pointer No. advisedly. I. fno-tortc- The name of the PEOPLE'S BANK was chosen was taken to emphasize or to denominate general distribution of its stock. the plan of a is, it That k A canvass of several neighborhoods or communities in this vicinity, has shown such a demand for this stock that we are now in a position to give the assurance that it will be placed in accordance with our plan. yourwonuenuimea- icincs have done for me. The doctors said I had a tumor, and I had an operation, but was soon as bad agaiuasever.I wrote toyoufor&dvice.and began to take Lydia, E. Hnkham's Vcg-etauio compound as you told me to do. I am glad to say that now 1 look and feel bo well that my friends keep asKing me wnat 11:13 neipea mo bo much, and I gladly recommend your Vegetable Compound." Mhs. Willie EuwAitus, Holly Springs, iliss. One of the greatest triumphs of Lydia E. l'inkliam's Vegetable Com- is tho woman's Jiound enemy conquering of you tumor. If have mysterious pains,inflammatlon, ulceration or displacement, don't wait for time to confirm your fears and go through the horrors of n hospital operation, but try Lydia E. Piukhnm's vegetable compound at ottee. For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been thestandard remedy Wednesday aftornoon of last week, for female ills, and such unquestionhon-ore- o Miss Winifred Parrott was tho able testimony as the above proves the of a Hook party given by Mrs. value of this famous remedy, and give everyone conPdence. J. L. Amberg. Punch was served In should If you would like special ndvlce the hall as the guests arrived. There about your ruse write a confidenwere four tables of Rook and the tial letter to Mrs. l'lnklium, at progressive games greatly enjoyed. liynii, Mass. Her adice In free, ami always helpful. Two excellent courses of salads and nnd cream and cako wero .served. 'The guests were Misses Winifred Beat Him to It. Parrott, Muymo Naylor, Emma Tyler, Virginia Prather, Magaleo Rice, BerUncle Aleck, a venerablo darky tie May Rice, Hazel Johnson, Ruth Ellison Annio Cowglll, Bottle DcBow, with an old gray mule, came to a Marguerite Fuqua, Bess Thompson, vetrlnnry surgeon wish the inquiry. and Messrs. Roland and Willie Am- "Is you er boss doctor?" "Yes," said tho surgeon. berg. "Well, dls hero old inula he's sick, and I doan want ATTRACTIVE RATES FOR VACA- - said tho doctor, "take this paper to TION TRIPS Aug. 13th and 20thf er lose old Pete. Can't ycr glmmo the passenger department of tho some medicine fur him?" "Here," Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis said the doctor, "take thla paper to Railway haa Issued a small leaflet, the drug store, get fifty grains of giving full particular as to excur- calomel and a glass tube open at sion rates available on dates as both ends. Put tbo calomel In the A GOOD CHANCE TO TAKE tube, run it down Pete's throat, and YOUR VACATION WITH LITTLE blow." Some days later ho met UnEXPENSE. Ask your Home Agent cle Aleck much bedraggled and ashy for a copy, or wrjte W. L. Danly, "How's Peto?" ko aaked. "Pete, he's General Passenger Agent, Nashville, all right, but I ain't." "What's the Tenn. 2tc matter?" "It's dls way," said Aleck. Man, that !b born ot woman Is of "I tuk de calomel and do glass tuba, as you told me and I stuck It down few1 days und sometimes full of whis'Did you key. Ho goes forth a roaring Hon, Pete's throat, I tlld." blow?" said tho doctor. "No sir," seeking whom he may devour, but said the darky; "old Peto he .dun his head swlmmcth and his legs ho fleeth Into tbo calaboose blew fust." and contlnuoth not. &.. Holly Springs, iliss. "Words are inadequate for me to express what ST3.? 1 wob-blot- For His Sake "My husband bcpRcd me to take Cartlut," writes Mat-t- ie L Bishop, of Waverly, Va., "and for his sake 1 to try It. Before I had taken 1 bottle, 1 felt better. "Before taking Cardul I suffered miserably every month and had to no to bed until it wore off, but nowl am all rignt. The Weatorn Kontuoky Stnto Nor inal School offOns a practical course of study In ISlomeiitnry Agrloulturo, and actual work dono School farm. Toaohora will havu in 1111 opiHirtunlty to preparo for toach Ing the subject. Croat opportunities of fond young mon who expect to iiuiku far ml ng a llfo vork. Courso WrUo for InbeghiB SopU C, 1910. formation. Address II. II. CIIlCItHV. Howling Gromi, Ky. n This community of interest idea is a proven success in banking, and we invite your The opportunity to subscribe will be given-t- o those in the districts not yet visited as soon as possible. exchnngo glvoa tho following as a simple and Inoxpenslvo romedy for hog chofern, and says It novor fallB to euro. For orory 200 hogs, mix n lmrrol of' shlpstuff slop, to which add 0110 box of concentrated hi and eight tnblespoons of oarbollo nitd 01 vo It twlco n. wook. Tho hoga llk it uiid It ktwps them free from worms which cnuso cliolora. Wednesday ovenlng of last week. Carl Schmidt entertained n fow friends at Hook. Ileo was sorved as tho guosts arrived, and later refreshments of brick cream and cake. Tho guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sanger. Mr. and Mrs. John Mcachntn, Mrs E. 15. Pratliar, Mrs. J. II. Millet, Mrs. Nannlo Kingman, Mrs. S. h Dodds, Mr. and Mrs. Claronco Oralinm, and Misses Mnrguerlto Kit quit and Iiuth Klmliro. Mrs. Georgia nattlo, of Ilrowns- -' Mrs - Twenty-Fiv- e Years' Trial proves that it E50 Take CARDUI The Woman's Tonic You know Cardul will help you, because it has helped others who were in- - the same fix as you. It is not only a nicdl-c- h e for sick women, but a t )n c for weak women. Be ng made from mild, ge tit, vegetable Ingredients, it Is perfectly harmless and has no bad after-effects. SPREADS BEST WEARS BEST LOOKS BEST COSTS LEAST Lowe Brothers HIGH STANDARD Floyd Naylor Is In Charley Llnd ley's position as clerk of tbo Str Mengel Box Company during tho lat Friday afternon, Mrs. V. A. JohnMiss Winifred Parrott, who has tor's visit to Louisville ston ontortalned a number of young been visiting Mrs. Alico Amberg and folks In honor of hor visitor, Miss family for several weeks, returned Irene Shaw, of Hrownsvlllc, Tenn., Thursday night to her homo In progressive Itook being played. Don Ohio. bona wero served during tho games. ' courso was served. An lco Tho Tho Hickman Fur. Co. will sur guests wero Misses Ireneo Shaw, Le- prise you In the matter of low prices ah Barry, Hazel Johnson, Nell Bon and good goods. Don't take our word durant, Emma Tyler, Kllso Luteu, but come and see for yourself. Blanche Halm, Edna Carpenter, LilAll telephone Bills are due on tho lian Choate, Magaleo and Bertie May first ot tho month and MUST be paid Hice, Dottlo Davidson, Mnrguerlto Fuqun, Bess Thompson, Ruth Kim-br- by tbo tenth. Cumberland Tel. Co., D. Owens local mgr. and Mrs. John Meacham. Do your trading here Tho Hickman Furniture Co. ban Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Holcombo ar- dies the best line of Furnlturo In and save money . . . rived Saturday night from Jackson, West Kentucky. Let ua show you. Miss., to visit Dr. Holcombo and famIJrgrovo, Gordon Rico and A. stopped. Bulto's Excellence Is the name ot our new, high grado flour, guaranteed to be tho best In Hickman. Your money back if not satisfied. Betters-wort& Prather. It you get a blue mark on tho up per right hand corner of your Courier this week, it means that your subscription bos expired. Renew at onco it you don't want tho paper h FOR SALE: Small farm, well improved, near Brownsville. Apply to Leo Page. ltp Ask the man who wears clothes made by Scluuldt and ho will tell you who is going to make his fall suit. Schmidt of course. Hickman Grocery Co. o XjlLci "ulxc3L For Sale by Cardul can bo relied upon to help you. Try It today. At all druggists. of Fulton, wero in this city on busiQuality counts In 8hlngles get the ness, Thursday, bBt by buying direct from our mill. A. O. Caruthera returned Thursday Yates & Kirk Shlnglo Co. from a months stay on tho Atlantic coast. Mrs. Murley Itopor and children, visited J. R. Brown and family Sunlog wagFOR SALE: Good day. on. II. H. Mangold. 3t Do ily. C vllle, Tenn., Is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. JohnBton. CowgilPs Drug Store (Incorporated) not be misled; remember Schmidt. thj tnllor U Harry Millet haB accepted a tion in tho Mengel office posi- on your Groceries Meats, etc. ! llarnes came up day from Threo States, MJss Ceerll Satur- h, Amberg Is on tho Blck list this week. -- Coyle Wnde, of Fulton, vlalted Doe Reld Sunday and Monday. ?!Frmm&' .. :i(iirin tl. a - liiiiiNhiiAia.! iHmi, .1. Talking About Mike. s I Do You Why In tho thunder does Ed want to go and let Mike's cnt out ot tho bag now? Just because our most noble aud glorious sonator took tho pains to feather bin nest. Editor Walker must needs bo and tattle It. Hero Is wbnt he say: Well, Senator Mike Taylor has como Into that soft Job he worked so hard to get. uuuioly. the Deputy Wnrdenshlu of the Eddyvllle penitentiary. The l'rlsoa CommlsHlonem last Wednesday elocted H. T. warden and E. M. Taylor, deputy wurdou of tho Kddyvllle pris on It wan plainly evident during the last session of tho legislature that Senator Taylor and the Prison Commissioners had made a trade on the basis of you tickle lue and I'll tickle you. In spite of the fact that tho Commissioners are oteruaid for their sonlcett Senator Taylor fathered and worked for a bill not only to increase their salaries, but to spend money lavishly ou the prisons Th bill was passed. If we remember cor rectly. but Governor Wlllson vetoed it. and thus the tax payer ot the state were saed from the grafters Hut Senator Taylor earned what he worked for and now- - he has It. Thus you see huw the Utile wheel work In the bigger wheels aud so on up to the blggos tw heels In a Government In which the people olose their eyoa and let tho politicians run thliifis. Developing and finishing for amaby GtSH. Our Fall Line of "KNEELAND" Wear Pants? you do you had better take advantage of our slaughter prices on all ready-mad- e pants. We need the room for Fall stock. It will mean a big saving to buy now, even if you will not need the goods at present. If -- are ready for your inspection. A style for every taste, n fit for every foot. for ii-- Slices nviEiaxr " MILLET & ALEXANDER r gu in i ii 5 ln(U(in. of Cjp Mrs J S II Humm will hate a public Vt- - II fl lunrh.ij ! Stair l.n Knoll Ml at his farm day. in honor of Mm llamagt i Mr iturnia I Tuweday. Aug 23 oh rs wvrv Ian far eight. wiling off most of hU stock. to moving to Hickman to Uie .Ntee FOIt IlKNT. We r lo V. J. Coram Uw MM. dMtraMy leoatml- .- L l have Uiw RWd wH wHh JfaHHt. He. td redn Henry Sanger and wtf from a few days stay In he was Clinton Oasotie and the Ji Ctmrirt am the only papcra that publUh ' Wratrrn Th Man HHHiHHHHHHM teurs. Cameras for rent K1 K II Aitflwrrjr of W-di- I'aje. ulMcriutlon lum Can you In town on buitn I DON'T FORGET to see our Fall styles in clothing. The best yet. H made-to-measure 1 - Two Bad Negroes :- S(7VV to "hi BRADLEY & PARHAM MM fYTYYT V Y YVVirTTTTYVTTYTTTT -- J $1.UU Woodland Mills. From tlie Mod OO TO County Capitol Harry Pruett and Thomas Bradley went to Nashville, Sunday. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Real Estate Transfers. Kirk I Rogers l AA W. T. Carr to Mrs. V. M Price, Mrs. J. E. Cox and son, King, arc lots in Fulton, $300. homo from a visit In Dyer, Tenn. W. T. Carr to Ora E. Herring, lots Mrs. Will Hranham, of Union City, in Fulton, $300. visited relatives hero this week. C. L. Walker to F. M. Case, lots spent a in Southern Heights, $435. Aubrey Sanders and wife Harriott Sanders to X. H. lielew, few days with their paronts recently. lots in Fulton, $25. They reside In Mississlpl. T. N. Helew to T. J. Fletcher, land Miss Lucile Caldwell, of Union $700. City, Is tho guest of Mrs. Cato Davis, W. M. Hose to Mrs. Maggie Taylor, Jr, land, $1250. A. M. Polsgrove to W. II. Po'.sgrovo Mrs. Sallle II. Cross and uelce, Lena Jones, of Dlythvllle, Ark., are half interest in land $7,S00. visiting relatives here. Kosa Slorton and Marguerite Mor ton to Thos. C. Patterson, land, IJiOO. Miss Lillle Clay has returned to her home after spending a few days in Cliult Court. Caruthcrsvllle, Mo., with her brotlier. J. P. McDowell vs. National Ins. Co., Phoenix Ins .Co. and Connecticut A crowd of boys and girls went Ins. Co. Suits on policies. to Heelfoot Lake last Tuesday to spend a day or two. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Flack chaperoned the party, Sunday morning at 0:30, at the and all enjoyed themselves. Misses Methodist pastorlum, Rev. G. W. WilLeila, Valda, and Sudle McWherter, son united In marriage Mr. Will Wayne Smith, Dr. Jones, of Dresden, of Moscow, and Miss Desslo and Miss Ruth McConnell, of Union Johnson, of Oak ton. Several of their City, Joined them during their stay. friends were present. Doth are popular young people. FOR GROCERIES All New Slock Cheap as the Cheapest 6 pounds Best Gran- ulated Sugar 1 We want Produce, Cash or Trade. Homo Xlioiio N OQ . ' r. i zLm - i 2. 1 1 2 y Sheriff Uoalder Johnson ha spni a good part ot the vwek ehairfng I negroes who hare bean cowmltUun all kinds of robberies In the borhood of Jordan and Momw l' to tho present they have bevM sue retmful In viHdluR the offterr. PER CENT AND SAVE Last week they robbed the conduct & O f relent M ora on two dlfernt ON YOUR ICE BILL trains and made a rimm! t They held up and robbed a No ice will be clmrcctl. Tltc drivers will cither ccl- legro working for Will Euwrll and r him of f 1ft aood money, fin Icct cash or coupon". Don't expect them to credit liblnj: the Job by taking atx shots at il'lr lrtim. Another Mgro wa at you, for they will be charged with each lxol:, and Nn so robbed of a small amount. 8her will have to account for the ice they take out for de- - SN Iff Jobnon learned In time to prethey bad planned to rob vent It that livery. I he naynmster of McMarry llrrw threshing crew last Saturday. This rule will not apply to soda fountains, butch- names are Will Hen The negro er shops, fish docks and other large users of ice, as ry aud Hlehard Matthews. The former Is a well known bad Sv their accounts will be on file at our office. orararter of Union City. ItecwRtly he was run out of HHrnbeidt, and later took n pistol from Policeman Kuouo at Union City. For this ar(INCORPORATED.) rogant act he oame near being lynched. He wears a bine suit, weighs CO J 176 pounds, very black, age Z4. heavy set, has a moustache and wears a black Stetson hat. Matthews Is of Ringer enkr color, wolght about 1M, age SS, pock mark very prominent on each side of nov They will llkaly have two Rearo women, ono vary light and the other vory blnqk. with them. The nwo women have been traced to Charleston, Mo., and It Is llkaly the men will bo found in that vicinity. IF you arc in the market for anything in the motor boating lir If approhonded, notify Sheriff Johnfrom-son, Hickman, Ky. high grade motor boat, complete, ready to launch, Buy Ice Coupon Boob 10 ltlh get-awa- y ni-x- in-ve- h Hickman Ice & Coal Co. J. T. JDHitiOrJ, IVXiia;ox. a AnTTinr nuitL i"ui lAut iimrri W. Christian forms, wc can take care of your require a set of knock-dow- n ments to best advantage. It will pay you to sec us before pint Church Revival ing your order for anything in the motor boating line. WE ARE AGENTS POR FERRO MARINE J. COOK, Prop. Sunday morning, Aug. 21, a big revival mooting will begin at the Christian Church In this city. Will bo conducted by Tho Itov. O. D. Wyatt, n woll known minister of l'aducah, assisted by our local pastor, Itov. I). W. Bryant. Everybody has a cordial Invitation to attond thoso services. The Courlor hopes tho Pastors Association, a recont organization, has brought about a 'condition of church affairs that will eliminate any "competitive" meetings while this church Is holding Its rovlval. During tho past five years, thoro has boon too much bickering nd petit Jealousy nmong tho dlfforont donomluntlons. It shows anything but the right spirit to have two or threo rovlvnls on at the same tlmo. Oct togothcr; and bettor results will follow. sot-vic- ENGINES BEST IN FULTON CO., KY., AND MISSISSIPPI CO.. MO. $1 a Day House -1- GUS MOORE, Hickman, ky. S- PICTURES Saturday night. MOVING at the Lyric E. B. Prather and wife, D. U. Wilson and wife, T. T. Swayne and wlfo aud several others are spending tho day at Heelfoot. Western Kentucky Do You Believe in a N :fr Wednesday afternoon, Miss Bess days. Honor gave a miscellaneous shower days. In honor of Mrs. Millard Shaw. As Shepherdavillo, August tho guests arrived, punch was served, Droadhead, August 173 days. later cream and cake. Mrs. Shaw Ewlng, August 17 4 days. was the recipient of u large number Bhelbyvllle, August 23 I days. of pretty and usoful articles. days. London, August 234 Erlanger, August 24 4 days. If you recelvo a sample copy of Nlcholasvllle, August 303 days. the Courier, it is on invitation to Pern Creek, August 304 days. subscribo for it. As a special InduceHardlnsburk, Auguct 30 3 days. ment to those who are not taking Barbourvllle, August 312 days. the Courier, and in order to get you days. Florence, September acquainted with It, we offer it to Montlcello, September C 3 days. you from now until Jan. 1, 1911, for days. only 25c. This is much cheaper Hodgenvllle, September than Falmouth, September 28 I days. either borrowing or stealing. Lcavo Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, your name, or tho name of some September 126 daya. friend, your address, and 25c at tho office and we'll do the rest. This applies to now subscribers only . Mrs. Henry Hawkins is homo from W. L. Helm Is getting material on a month's stay at Dawson Springs. She was troubled with indigestion the ground preparatory to erecting when sho left but Is feeling fine a handsome concrete residence on the old Anderson lots on tho hill. since nor return. Kentucky - Fair Date Lawrenceburg, August 16 17 4 3 (ash Book Store Greater Hickman V Back your judgment with your money. Splendid Selection New Books Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Call and HeeOurHtock 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 63 63 Do a llttlo advertising. Kverythlng c Mary Berendes & Co. ItUBScll Trav-ly- If your groceries have not proven entirely satisfactory try trading with C. II. Moore. Tho Independent Ucket in Tennessee was sleeted by a groundswcll of noarly 00,000 majority. soil your real estate, you a cent. It we do. you 2 per cent. Tho Co, Travis, son of John. was taken suddenly HI this week while visiting friends in Hickman. If wo don't He was brought home last night. His It doesn't cost condition Is somewhat Improved, It only coets Courier Realty Fulton Leader. , RUSSELL JOHNSON fr .1.. What's bicoino haudlo factory! of the HlckMun and lat-oh- Hickman needs a sUam laundry Marshal Dillon 1b 011 Hey! What's That? By GISH Good work, boat materials Htyloa, by Glsh. MIhh the sick list by I Tho latost and best photos Why the LATEST and BEST in Photos. Studio opposite Hickman Ice & Coal Co.'s Office. Call and See My Work trip to Paducab, Tuosday. Stella Salmon mado a buslntt aisb. One month from tomorrow school begins. Miss Mabel Wilson Is visiting In Iloplnsvillo. Everythlna for your comfort I ! Chaa. Noonon, of near Cayce, was In town Monday, on buxluoss. Will ARunndor, of Union City, vis. Ited frtends In Jllckmuii lnxt week. Mrs. W. K. Allen and Children are vUI'Iiik relatives near lynes, Tenn. WANTMU: at the Lyric Saturday night. W. L. Donthnl and Ed Jones wcro ovor from Moscow, Friday. j very pretty Glsh. To muke Ilia photos of slrl lu Hickman, liy Did Anybody Ever Hear... Of H Green Wnlkor Is finishing rusldonco in West Hlckmnn. a new 202 guaranteed Fancy Patent Try Mrs. Jerry Mnlouo, of Union City, Dorena Notes. visited hero the lattor part of last a sack. Case & Son. Phone 183. week. O T. Salmon roturned Saturday ev- -' Robert Pybus, of Nashville, has ac- enliiK on tho Stnckor Leo from Plum Mlis Paruloo IColloy Is ou the nick , cepted n position In tbo poxtofflco Point. Tenn. list tills week. at this pluoo. Uicar and Collie Bradley nrw Miss Annie Heeds returned to her !u Graves county this week. home In Fulton Tuosday After a visA. A. I'url and I'ord llorendis Sheriff Q. W. Ouiij) and Atty. M. tofl Tuesday for Hot Sprint, Ark., to it to Miss Iluby Sony. Hnw, of Chnrlunlou, wro her this apitd several days. Miss Pauline Fields returned to Ful wrek ton Sunday after n week end visit ' Mrs. Oma Omo Shaw ami Mrs. V. Several from here nllcndtd the M. are visiting Mrs. 8. I itoyatrr with Miss Iluby Seny. auper nl Hlakmuii Tuskday A In ibe eonutry this week. Tho nauounoeinont of the 1010 con-hunight It seems, will be made about Mm Kd Barnes and ehfldreH, of Koop your eye on tbo real ostato the time Halloy'a comet Is to return I an Prufrle, ure the giie In this paper. It may Briof relu barcaln f ves near town. tain Just what yon are looking for. -Inlm fnln rt Mnmnhlfl la Imrc nt. j Miiu Lyuu, of Ouarltotuu purehas-i- d tendlnc the bedside of his mother, ' LOTS FOIt BAIJf: I have 7 Kood Mrs. Kilsabeth Colo, wbo Is quite 111 tbo I. W. Killer farm nnd has lots In Weal Hlrkumn which 1 will LioxhI to bis utw purcbusa. Tho bunkors nro not pleased with I'. K1- Ilmry .Norrl and family, of HJrd's sell sliiRly or ns n whole.--- !.. Ilia system of taxation in Kentucky 1 uwt were tlio guest of hla riiter, lwn. Suppose the poor tilings be exempt Mm Llda Plekvtt, tint mI(. Mrs. K. 8. Moore and dauKhterv from taxation altogether! Huwell l.uwrHOv, of CutaMbtts, Mlaw Dorotlo. are visiting her par-Kwas iallil in U,... betfaUe of his John Moacham has purchased tho Dr. 11. A. Itoynll and wife, at very Villa IlldKO, Ills. lot Just east of J. C. Ellison's lrou.r. LialR. who Is ill from J .W. Cowglll. and will All members of U10 Mutual l'rotoct-Ir- e build a resldonca In a short time. SllMi" Mandy and darn Tv.itnd I.euKue are retiuetted to meet nt aiud their stater, Mrs. Gertrude Hopkins, ntb Mounds leitty till Me Maiotilo llnll on the 3rd Friday -- LOST: I.yre Plnno Medal. Words Paulino 11. '10" on back. Liberal Iinportunt vvnliiK of Uils month. week. reward if roturned to Mrs. Kd. Harm's bnelneMi. 0. T. Salmon, Sooy. Ho ell KIiik. wbo lias kMti work-in- s Bast Prairie. Mo. y nt ClmrlfiHou returned bora A motlern dude with narrow stripHe ay "mammn'a Thirty cotton mills In tho East, emuukine ed clothes, eaddle eolorod shoos, a suits mo bwi." ploying S.000 people have been cloS-ineoktle, bnlr jmrted over his Mr and Mr. Norrta and son, of dovstt. Let us all Join In an -- luff mom, and HinokliiK ft afurelto, bill Janus llayou, vfsltMl iMr daughter. tho 1 o)trlty nail." music l bis best ulrl thus: "If you Mid Lida, Jlckwlt. In lM twtgbhor-boo-d wu me Riid I wns you .wlwt would Taft, words by Uncle Joe Cannon insl yoe dof She hesllanUy said with Texas, Wisconsin and New York Deputy bbvriff J. O. King tMk n sMlle: s "I woubl Ukn off that claim tho largost number of saloons Walter I 'oik to Charbwlou this vivak lie, put that ctRarette In the We arc Polk U lb tMNtro wbo tin held stuve, part my hair ou the side and In proportion to population Klad to boast that Kentucky ranks la llio Hickman Jail utiaumi: requi- then pray to Clod for brains." nearly last In tho samo respect. sition papers. of tho UnitThe Attorney-flonera- l They say overythlng Is put Into ed States says there Is no law for this world for a purpose. The misreinoIng the bust of llobl. K. I.ee sion of tho hoUKo-fl- y and the mosA New Rural Route. from Statuary Hall. It Is a pity, how- quito Is probably to breed profanity ever, that there Isn't some way of and to test a man out when he Is -Imitweuii' uns8:u. . Making out of ConRrosa the little trying to quit cussing." misfits who have made ouiuimmd to) lu4tnaatr J. T. Mtop narrow-minde- d Tlie Minnesota treasury Is so full turn, c 1. iMiMUmnt ana I' 1. Haw themselves dlsRUsilut; by deiiouueluK Confederate com 111 nnd or. that no taxes will be collected In m . Uioi ovr the fruHMwu i.i i.. the Krat with whom, as respeoots that Stato next year. Kentucky's Is compared raj u delitur; luutx im ik empty that tho noxt Legislature butiuiu Friday, and mm bar Mr. UIU-wl- true manhood, they are as Itftyptlan so darkness to tlio light that shtneUi will raise the tax rate, and tho peo-pl- o a vord thai a. er) tuverabki can only raise h A wan sent to the DtpartawHl by more and more unto the perfect day. vis-1"u- k such prices as these ? 1 i s.l sf Nothing the matter with these goods, but we've got to get rid of them by Sept. st. Jackson 1.00 Corsets 75c Corsets 1 Infants Vests. 10.00 Iron Beds, Ill brass head and b. .00 Lace Curtains foot 4.50 Iron Beds 2.25 Lace Curtains Canfield Dress Shields 6 50 2.50 blue Serge Suits fine blue D. B. Coat i Matting Rugs Mens Mens all-wool Any Ribbons Monarch 1.00 Shirts Cluett 1.50 6.50 7.00 1.98 1.00 1.50 3.00 2.00 all-wo- ol Shirts and Pants rprttl resl-dono- o Arrow Brand Collars, four for 50c Tics Mens 50c Underwear Ladies 25c Hose Lace and Embroidery, worth 0c and 15c 1 25c 25c 25c 15c 3c 3c Mens 5.00 Shoes Boys 3.00 fine Shoes Ladies fine 3.50 Slippers 5.00 Stetson Hats 8t-urda- ld d Mens fine 6.00 Silk Umbrellas 1 5c Tablets : wk. Ladies 50c Gloves 25c Childrens fine 25c Hose, blue, red, white and black 10c ri hid-eott- bti luflie Rush Greek Items. Little Miss Edna DaIs son this week. Is A ben In Doyle county swallowed n $500 diamond, which calls to mind d liitu. ant lu valablUhuieuL lu the 3 mile rr loop made Friday, Mil houos limited a much larger number tbat is j.tiicmlly found uking the nuu auiount of road showing coHcluatrw iy me of a rural wall servlo. pee pi At one 1 iiiu tuuuy of s were served by two star rouu Luzollo and Mabel, Ky. but w both havo boon abolished In Ui tbruv yoara bueuubo no ou wna will-uiHiuc to Burvo an tioaliuuatair. xtat, tliv Unite offlroa no loiisr li'oU- - of tbo lower nd of tbat vl Mtuty bao bad much difficulty in Killing botr mail. Tbia route, wbldi ulll bo tbo tith oiu out of Hickman, Mill lwe tbu city limit on tbo vhbI ond, follow IiiK tbo road boblud tbo Rowrnim 11 liveo to a point within 0110 mllt of Mabvl. thonco norUi one uillo to Lu iv His, thfiico back alone tlio coiin ty road tlirougli 8. L. Doddif place, tKvorliiK a dlHtniico of 26 mllos. ltoulo No. C will pay Ita cnrrliT u- boiit $1,000 por annum, and will doubt lea bo In operation In loa than CO dayn It will bo tlio only ono running Into tlio bottom nnd will servo a law number of pooplo. who will certainly appreciate tbo convenience U rvqulroa ut tonal 100 home til proposed hw loute to tyr- Lei Strauss Rroifiers nd 1 tbr the fact tbat ono good hen Is worth moro than any diamond, yet they have killed a motherly old domlnlck-o- r in order to recover a worthless Dick Dmnsford celebrated the "8th of August" this year by tho advent bauble. A diamond produces nothing. A hen is of some benefit to her of a new son. Ho Is all smiles. Give Ilornlco WUlto wears a "smite that neighbors and acquaintances. wont como of." Ho Is father of a the country moro bens and less diagirl, born July i!S. Mother monds and tho high cost of living complained of in the cities would be and bubo doing well. greatly lessened. Last Wednesday, Aug. 3rd, the chilat Daw- A brother editor declares tbat 'mint tea," made by pouring boiling wliter over crushed mint leaves, Is a sovereign remedy for nervous as well as stomach trouble. Served In a thin glass with cracked ice and a llttlo sugar In it, ho says, it cools and quiets the system. But hasn't he forgotten one of the Ingredients Stings or bltea of Insects that are followed by swellings, pain or Itching should be treated promptly as they are poisonous. BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT counteracts the poison. It la both anUseptlc and healing. Price 25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. post-office- 4?SflLAu sS-- Q m f! - j'S m .4 ..i 'c Wi r' '3s, ?r.ia"" "i LYRIC SATURDAY NIQHT. Circuit Clork J. W. Morris Is In Fulton today. Judge W. A. Naylor wont to Padu-cah to voun Fall and Wintkii Suit ano Ovihcoat. the You'll surely be pleased with the superior stylo the jierinnnent and satisfactory service of distinctive quality And you'll be astonished at the clothes you will receive. the reasonableness of the prices. Let us demonstrate. ncKnn E. R.'ELLISON Local Wednesday to visit his sister. Mrs. K. Hottorsworth nnd ohlldren nro visiting her sister, Mrs. Davlo, nenr Fulton. Mrs. 8. 11. Repre.entaUvci K 4J.um.TTOiin, MASTER. TAIlJuRSi Wentherly, nn mint of W. F. Montgomery, of tills city, died at Sturgls, Ky Inst wook. At tbo Methodist Church Sunday will "bo Sunday morning at School. At 11 o'clock tho pastor, Hov. G. W. Wilson, will preach upon Uils subject: "Somo of Our Presurges every memfirst tlmo tills was ovor done lu tills ent Needs." Ho of local option. ber to bo present nt both morning county. Tho Henry Urothors, who oponed and evening services. Friends cordial Sheriff Goaldor Johnson carried ly Invited. the Henry Addition. to this city Inst year by auctioning off a largo num- Nolllo Parks, of West Hickman, to Uij ber of lots, are arranging to have a tho reform school at Lexington, this Do not bo misled; remember tailor SchmldL wook. 17. similar t!o at Mayfluld, Aug. Mr. Floyd, Stato lluvonuo Agent, Dr J It Luton, Prof. J. C. Cheeek. nnd wife arrived In Hickman TuosSam I Hit nnd E. C. ltlco, of Ful- day. Mr. Floyd will bo hero a week ton, nn ioi i (1 over to this city yestor-da- or more Inspecting tho books of nil This Is tho 1 tiey woro hero In tho lntorest tho county officials. y O.-I- dren of Mrs. Murtha Roper surprised Mrs. O. T. Campbell, of Moscow, her with a. blrhtday dinner, which Is a new Courier reader. was quite a success. Those from a Clyde Hoper and d stance were: family, of near Fulton; Mrs. Dertlo Copeland, of Mayfleld. Wo merely stato that children and near neighbors were In attendance, as It would bo tedious to mention each ono, as there were In all present tho vast Will Moss number of ninety-two- . nnd Will McGehco excelled nil others lu disposing of tho dainty viands. Mrs. Hoper Is CO years old, and all wish hor many happy returns of tho day. Wo nro requested to chronicle anWhen a man says let me fix your watch or let other surprise pnrty. Mr. Walter me paint your house, you've got to believe him capaLuten and nclce, Miss ltubyo Seny, surprised their uiothor and grandble of doing a good j'oli before you have him do it. mother with a dainty birthday dinner Inst Sunday, at the homo of Mrs. That's reasonable. Thoso present were Lou Luton. When we ask you to let us put up your preCapt. II. A." Tyler, Mr. ond Mrs. Sam Deckhain and bnbe, Mrs. Calllo scriptions it is natural that you should be told how of Fulton; Mrs. Suo Urnns-forcapable we are of doing it. Mrs. Loula Hceves; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Seny nnd llttlo Miss VirHow that every prescription we handle is filled ginia; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mllner, son and dnughtor; Mr. and Mrs. to the letter. How that every ingredient used is Green Adams; Mr. nnd Mrs. S. B. checked for safety. How we test every article in Luten, son nnd daughter; Mrs. Etta Nailing; Misses Reeds, Fields nnd our store before placing it in stock, and that none French, of Fulton; Miss Grlfey, of Mnt-tl- o Clinton: Miss Attobcrry, Misses but a tnofoughly qualified pharmacist is allowed to Mao and Rubyo Seny, MIsa Wllllo handle your prescription in any way. Aloxander, of Union City, Luten Sony Fields nnd Oris Lect nnd Herndon We have established our ability to fill your preJulian Geons. Wo wish our neighbor many happy returns of the day. scriptions surely in having been located here for Let us Fill Your Prescription Mc-Keo- n, n Tho Fulton County Medical will havo their next meeting at Willlngham Hrldgo, Wednesday, Aug. 17th with a barbecued dinner on the side. Dr, John W. Naylor, of Cnyce, president of tho organization, has tho Courier's thanks for nn Invitation to attoud this meeting. Dr. J. W. Naylor, was over from Cayce, yesterday, on business. Asso-c'atlo- years and filling more and more every year. Let us fill yours. HELM & ELLISON 40 .A Am . , vr .& - m jfrrswawssfl fe EW YORK. The he- York What Is ninety miles to a man roine of this strange In love? Nothing! But when Profesaor Parker came to love story Is now Mrs. Edward Charles New York he found that something Parker. Many peo- far more baffling and grave than ple In New York's space stood between him and the literary and artlstlo woman he had loved at first Bight circles have known Mrs Homans' views concerning th her well as Mrs. permanency of marriage vows had not George Homana. altered simply because love had rorao That marriage seems Into her life. She was not sure that to have been unfor happiness would follow the breaking tunate from the start, and the one tie of that promise made at tho altar between husband and wife nas n lit- years before. And between the powtle daughter, Sara, who promised to er of her old beliefs and the call of develop Into a girl of rare charm and the newly found love, she was sadly tPlent. At eleven she was earning torn. To use her own words: money with her pen and she has writTween Love and Duty. ten poetry that Is deemed worth while "I was between two fires. I had by critics. married George for better, for worso. But In time even this tie failed to Somehow I felt that when it came to bind. The Inevitable "other woman" the worse for him he would summon appeared on the scene, and the wife me. On tho other hand, I had the and mother passed through that deep natural womanly craving for the real valley of humiliation which Is so often love which is tho consummation of revealed in divorce courts. life for a woman. Mr. Homans, who was a theatrical was In Philadelphia, "Doctor manager, making a good Income, con- as I knew Parker over tho grieving situation, tinued to support his wife and daugh- which somehow I felt powerless to alter, but made his homo with the other ter Even my daughter, who was now woman. Relatives and friends tried In hor teens, urged me not to stand to Induce Mrs. Homans to sue for di- In the way of our happiness. Out I vorce, but she firmly refused. While was restless, undecided, distraught; not a Roman Catholic, her personal when one day two lovely little religious creed did not tolerate dinuns came to the my vorce, and she declared that the day apartment In One Hundred door at and Ninth would come when the man who hed street asking for charit. No one will married her would once more need ever know what a sudden of her and she must be ready to re- peace swept over me n I looked Into spond to the call their calm, beautiful faca 1 Her very sorenlty In her hour of here were women who had felt that attained streiss did much to ripen a beauty peace through doing what they thought up to that time had been mere- was right. I which asked them to come In, ly girlish prettlness. Hair of rather and we talked. younger sister of nondescript tone turned to an ex- the two looked,The I thought, as with quisite gray, accentuating the deep just a little regret at my comfortable uuw 01 uazei eyes, w.un ner sum home, my worldly clothes, and said girlish figure though she was closo gently: 'You must bo yery happy.' to thirty and fresh, delicate com"'No,' I replied, 'I am very unplexion, she made a charming picture happy.' At least that was what Dr. Edward "Then, suddenly, tho elder Charles Parker, professor of literature turned to me and, clasping my sister hand, In the manual training school of Philsaid: 'But you nro going to bo very adelphia, thought when he saw her happy soon, because you nro strugstanding, bewildered and anxious, In gling to do what you think Is right.'. the crowded waiting-rooof a local "I had told them nothing of my pri station He passed her, turned and vate affairs, but the words sounded looked back. Shu was still in the like a prophecy and I regalnod my same position, but now she was turn- courage. ing her handbag and her coat pock"It was only a few days later that ets, inside out The look of anxiety moving in Its Inscrutable way, grew, and finally as what she sought fate, unlocked the door that was to let me was not unearthed, a blank look setinto my kingdom of happlncsn. When tled on her face. It was quite clear, my husband, dying of consumption, the fair New Yorker had lost her purse. And tho Philadelphia physi- sent a summons to me I could hardly Interpret it as leading me n step nearcian, being resourceful and alert, felt er' to that happiness. But it did, and impelled to go gallantly to the roscuo. In a strange way. "Can I be of service to you 7" "I answered his summons. I found Beginning of the Romance. him In a pitiable condition, his health A petfoctly conventional question, shattored, his life hanging on n thread, uttered In a perfectly well-brevolco. his earning capacity gono and, during The New York woman flushed, his months of Illness, his savings used paled and considered. up. In common charity thero was ''It Is Juat a trifle. My purse has nothing for me to do but to look after The High Handshake. been taken, and my friends live some his welfare In the few weeks he had He put his hand on a lovel with distance out. I haven't got the prlco to live. the lady's chin. Reaching her own of a phone call " A Wife's Devotion. up, she said with a laugh: me, please I" "Permit "I took him to my home, nursed "It Is easy to see you have beon In Of courso, he wanted to call a cab, him, saw that ho had the best med- the Philippines for Borae years, else but Mrs. Homans Insisted that a plain ical servlco and did everything In my you would know, my friend, that tho Philadelphia street car would be qulto powor for him Thero were even then handshake, Is no moro." as well and would be tell her where frlonds who told mo that I was fool He flushed and bit his Up. change he had so kindly Ish that I should not take on mysolf to return the 'But aren't you glad?" said she. lent her? the responsibility of looking after the "It was a silly thing, that Now, of course. Professor Parker man who had treated mo as he had handshake. My cousin, the marchionnever would have missed the nickel aone isui I nnu reic mat It waB all a ess of Granby, told me how It originor two, but not for worlds would he part of a Big Scheme, bigger than we ated. It originated' In a boll under miss the opportunity of meeting this could arrange, nnd against the work King Edward's arm. He had a boll woman again. He gave her a ings of which none of ub should rebel. thero for somo weeks. fair Hence be "But, as my husband lay dying In shook hands high up In tho air. And card. She opened her bag and drew out one of her cards on which Pro- my apartments, It becamo evident tho world thought It was a now fessor Parker wrote the address of that, while I was doing everything In the friend she waa visiting. If sho my power for him, I was not supplydid not mind, he would call for that ing him with tho one thing that he little loan In person. Then he put needed moro than all else to ease bis Free Tuition. last hours, He must have the presher on the right car, lifted his hat All eligible persons aro cntltlo to and Cupid, perched on the portico of ence of 'the other woman.' I deter- freo tuition In tho Western Kentucky that sordid, dingy old railway station, mined that be should. "My friends were ngbaat whea I State Normal School. Tho Kail Ses turned somersaults of gleel The professor called the next day, told them that I waa going to send sion begins September C, 1910. Writo and the next, and still again. Than for her. It was outrageous, they de H. H. Cherry, Bowling Green, Ky., Mrs. Homans ha4 to return to New clared, for me to allow myslf ts fca I for information. gray-gowne- d g high-actiohigh-actio- so humblod as to permit her to come. They would not permit me to let her come to my home. Very well, tbon, I thought, there are other ways of ac compllshlng the sacrifice that 1 felt bound to make. I would take tuy dying husband elsewhere, and thero sond for the woman whose presence he craved. "I did so. I removed him to Atlan tic City, and then I sent for her, and she came. I brought her myself Into his dying bedchamber and 1 saw them clapping hands It did not make me unhappy that ts, any unhapplur than was. I already In fact, it rather cheered me to think that I had done something which, while It hurt my pride a little, perhaps, was making others less miserable. "Mr Homans died in Atlantic Gtly. She was with him at the time 'anil I think she was ery. very unhappythat her presence In lift lust hbUrs made It easier for him, but same time I know that when he pasted away It was with a last look toward mo, and not to hor there waa love and there wbb gratitude to repay mo for everything In that look! "And then, but not until then, did I feel that I had oarnd the right to think of that other lov whleh was awaiting me and which I craved so. I had no false sentiments about the length of time I should wait before allowing myself to become happy in the possession of this love. I had been mourning, you must remembor and I had been practically a widow for many, many years. Thero was na reason why I should prolong It more. Entering Into Joy. "My actual widowhood after. .Mr. Homans's death lasted for only, a month. My marriage to Doctor Par ker was hastened by his belief, which 1 shared, that tradition and conven tton amount to tittle when the heart dictates that one should go against their tenets; and wbon he Insisted on an Immediate marrlago I yielded Besides, his vacation was about to begin, and ho wished to spend It, as he bad arranged, in the British Islca. So wo were married on June 25 by Rev George Clarke Houghton In the I.lttlo Church Around the Corner, with my dearest friend. Mrs Mabel Barnc. as matron of honor, and only a few Intlmale atutoclnien In attendance. Wa sail soon for England, and to me now life Is one glow of bright sunshtnel "Some of my friends and, I am afraid, many who do not know me. will not see my actions In the same light that I do I know that I shall be criticized for my kindness toward Mr. Homana. I have been told that I showed a lack of spirit, that I acted foolishly. Lack of spirit! It those who have never undergone the agony of those last days, with the attendant humiliation entailed by bringing that other woman into the presence of the roan who should have been satisfied with my love If that does not show spirit and plenty of It I am not able to analyze the sentiment! I only hope that neTcr again shall I have to go through such an experience of and "My meeting with Doctor Parker' was, of course, unconventional. My wooing by him was equally unconventional. Everything has been unconventional, perhaps. Why, then, I have been asked, did I so wait on convention as to refuse to obtain a divorce and marry my present husband when I might have done so months and months ago? I reply, becauso It did not seem right I am governed In everything by that sense of right, and It nver falls to make me happy In the long ran. "I believe that there Is great hap piness In rtora for me and my husband. I believe so firmly in his future. He will never be very rich, perhaps, becaupe he ts above all thing a student, but I shall have reason to be proud of his work. He baa done some admirable literary work and ts now writing a serious volume which will challenge attention. And, after all faith and lovo will bring the happiness which money haa never been known to purchase." Mrs. Parker ts still under forty, possessing moro than ordinary beauty nnd rare glfta, Including a delightful voice which has brought her many offers for opera. She la not Interested In a career for herself, though she Is planning one for her daughter, who. Inheriting her mother's vocal gifts. will make her debut this coming fall And thoro is tho story of a woman who had tho courage to, wait And you seo tho samo thing might happen to any woman or any man. Only-h- ow many would have tho courage to wait until fate openod the door to happlnesa? nt-thself-sacrifi- Special Offer We expect to put out a greater number of farm wagons around close to home this year than ever before, and in order to do this we arc making the special prices below 2?4 Thimble Skein Wngon, with bed, nt . .$50.00 . 3x0 3 52.00 55.00 Can furnish any height wheel preferred, the regular height. 42x52 inch, or the low AOxAA 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 most nil s light running other makes, and at the same time we propose to give you a bone-drwagon, made of material throughout. first-clnsy WE GUARANTEE EVERY WAGON right along side any other make for strength, light running, etc Remember that while wc aro making oxlrctncly low prices, wc propose to give you just as good n wngon as the other fellow is now charging you at least ten dollars more for. Dodds, the proprietor, having his own timber nnd mills, is in position to build wagons for much less than those who arc compelled to go on the open market for their supply of material. Being a large plnnter, Mr. Dodds uses n great number of wagons, and is in position to know just what style wngon suits the futmcr best and is now having wheels made with extra thick tiros, deeper felloes, Inrgor hub and all other parts ironed in proportion. Mr. S. L Our foreman, Mr. Hertwcck, and also our business manager, Mr. Baltzer, has been raised up in the wngon business, having beon connected with this plant practically all their lives, and both arc thoroughly familiar with the important poinU nf s wagon manufneture, nnd nre using their every effort to put out n strictly wagon that will beat suit the farmer. first-clas- As a special inducement wc will allow $5.00 for this ndvcrliscment when cut from this paper and presented nt our office, nnd 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. Wc have a good stock of all n'uc wagons on hand nnd will npprccinte your business. Respectfully, HICKMAN WAGON CO. INCORPORATED Mammoth Cave ALLi ABOARD ROUND TRIP FROM On Retjtilur JP'OaFS. p m Mckenzie Wednesday.Aug 24 train l:n p. 111. Arrive at Mammoth Cave at 11:50 p. in. One ALL EXPENSES AT HOTEL ONLY to the several routes in the C.ive $0.50. A GRAND THREE-DAY- S OUTING. This includes your board and admission vming for a promrnad- - ai.d Janre Write or Phone L. & N. T,VI,m Mssss FOR SALE: Best Business S1 To a.., rp property in Hickman. One building 24:x 99 one, one story building 20 x99, on Jackson St. one door west of Hickman Courier. If not sold privately will be sold nt auction on Monday Sept. 2-sto- ry CHEAP EXCURSION NASHVILLE Monday, August 15th, 1910, over 19, 1910. For other information see W. J. Barry at the building. N. C. & $2.50 St. ! Railroad Hickman 7:10 round trip from The Carnoglo Library la opou from 2 to G p. in., on weok days oxcopt Train Leaves Hickman A. M. Saturday, nnd from 2:30 to G on Sun Tickets good returning on any regular train up to and including train day. Have received about 100 now leaving Nashville at 2 ?15 P. M. August 17, 1910. volumnB of fiction and on account of R. B. JOHNSON, popularity aro let out for only tbclr ona week. Agent, N. C. & St. L. Ry, Hickman, Kentucky. , Ml "j)go WEAR and Worry PROOF for the young man of HURDEHEmPTURES CUR AnBusy Place. Foreman J. i Easley will begin work this week on a switch to bo run alongsldo and for tbo benefit of tho Hickman Wagou Co. Already a Bcoro of carpenters aro engaged In tho erection of a largo warehouse nnd office building for this big con cern. Now machinery Is arriving dally which tends to mako tills a modern factory In every respect. Tho big forco of men now employed In turning out the celobrated Hickman Wagons are putting in 10 hours n dny and six days In tho week. Wheels in every department are humming, nnd the scenes of activity around this place Is good to look upon for the man who Is interested in Hickman Our hats are off to Col Dodds; ho Is a born hustler, n town builder, tho embodiment of progress. Ho Is putting $75,000 Into this proposition to bring it up to tho highest standard of excellence; ho not only deserves to win but he WlLi win 8. I, hns confidence In his homo town and Isn't afraid to turn loose of a dollar. If there Is anything Hickman needs Just now It is a few mora pushers llko S. L. Dodds. Do a BEWARFOF THE DOC '4 - jl FORCES ONLY WITNESSES TO MAKE FLIGHT WITH HIM. Austrian, However, la Captured Omaha Police After Chase From Southern 8uburb. y 'J' V 1 l. plenty of style and a sturdy that is worth Made in while. wear-resistan- ce the family Omaha, Nob., Aug. 9. After flay Ing twu companions near South Omaha, Mike Arlllk, nu Austrian, captured a street car, placed on It the only two witnesses to tho double kill-ItiI ' Jlfi the West, for the West,, in a custom factory where shoe only thing of making is the . ' and tnado a fait trip to Omaha. pollco arrested Arlllk after a. chnse. Arlllk killed Antolne Carrncr nnd Joseph Nlcllcltcb with a knife after a quarrel ubout a woman. Two section men Haw the act nud started for a tel' iihotie to report to tho police. Arlllk forced thoin at tho point of n revolver to board a car with him. He (old the motonnnn to run with alt tpei d through to Omaha or ho would slujot him. The motorraan did bo, but llm two witnesses jumped from the car on the way. Tlio ONCE BITTEN TWICE SHY ji S & iff E?ssVi''"J PPLY this proverb next time you need a new suit or overcoat. Get them made RIGHT and stop fooling with experiments. The International Tailoring Co. of New York and Chicago have 23 mammoth floors (bigger than the famous Flatiron Building, New York) and all devoted to the making of high quality clothes. Every suit is guaranteed to be Right and if it isn't Right you have no Right to take it. made-to-measu-re r f AMAZED I'atcnt Leather, liluchrr pattern, mat calf top, No. GlUl, adult it)lc. BY A RAIL DEAL 100,- - American Syndicate. Will Build 000,000 System on Turkish Lands; Blow to British. around shoe- - goodness tlicre's a Dictionary with every pair from size 11 Jj up . Beside the all r 1 1 1 fl H 11 WEBSTER SCHOOL SHOES ARE CUSTOM MAW. HY London, Auk. 9. By securing tho right to build a $100,000,000 railroad in Turkey and getting Invaluable mining privileges, an American syndicate of financier has outwitted the most astute commercial Interests of Germany and England, the chief contend era for rights In Turkey, according to Information received. Coming noon aftor America had forced Kuropo to grant her bankers participation In the Chinese railroad loan, the Turkish development is tne source nf alarm here and In Berlin. Private cables received here indicate that the moving power behind the syndlcato Is tho United States Steel corporation. a little advertising. Good country Lard. Down with tho weeds! FOR SALE: A. 11. LcoL Courier from now until Jan. 1st, 1911, for 26c. samples. You will be astonLook over the new ished at their Beauty and Quality and you 11 ba surprised at the Lownesa of the Prices. all-wo- ol Head our special offer borrowing tho Courier. and quit Send the Courier to your friend from home. Hickman Furniture Co., headquarters for undertakers goods. MILLET & ALEXANDER Bargains in Drew County, Ark., Land POSTAL BANKS IN DEMAND No. 1C2. Wertheimer-Swart- s ST. LOUIS, Shoe Co. U. S. A. 6,000 RIFLES ARE SEIZED Spanish Authorities ' Board Tug Und fer Trip to San 8afea4Ua Presumably by Rebels, Chr , ron Dodds and family. Krwwt ami family, MWm Carrt ag and Dr. U V. wHt ft Club House n KratfMtt take ilny l! Mr PfxI'J"' !" spend a woek thMI 1IUt Ty If you feel "blno." "No account," la?y, jou need a good olonnlng out HBRBlNE U tho right thing for that purpose. It stimulates tlio llvor, tono up tho atotnaou and purifies tho towels. - ITlco 50c, Sold by Hickman Drug Co. I 3 g .aiisBBBBBBBBvar-"'- - n. n. "iii' " ,- -. - mtr Bilbao, Spain, Aug. . Six thousaaa rifles wero selied by the authorities on board a tug which had been char tcred to go to San Sebastian, where demonstration the great was proposed to be held, before the clerical loaders abandoned the manifestation. Local authorities at San Sebastian had held that the CarltsU were planning to tako advantage of tho Cathollo manifestation to start a movement against the government. No statement, however, Is made as to which party to the conflict chartered the tug and loaded It with arms. anti-cleric- ASKS ELEVEN YEARS' PAY Collins (Iowa) Farm Hand at U Alleges $3,360 Is Due Him for Work. I- i i I & up-to-da- te r VTSP" ILNV Mason City, -, Aug. 9. Noah Tumbler, aged 23. Is sulug James Shuey, a farmer of Collins, for $3,3C0 as due htm for 11 years' work as a farm hand. Rambler alleges that he has not received a cent of money from bis employer since the day when, a boy of 12, he hired out to him. Misses Christine nnd Miriam Luton Delaware and Nevada Only State Without Requesta for Their are visiting relatives in Fulton. Establishment. Cbarl8 Duntln, marshal of Tipton-vlllWashington, Aug. 9. Every state uob hero Monday on business. in the Union, with the exception of repreMiss Pearl Cloar, of Clayton, Tenn. Delaware and Nevada, Is now sented at the postot0.ee department visited S .M. Naifoh and wife this in the requests for tho establishment week of postal savings banks. The requests AsikSnor Dcadloc and son, Chas., from the postmasters In the various aggregate 390 and from banks were over from Fulton, Tuesday, on states 923. business. Pennsylvania heads the list with a post Miss Annie CowglU and Henry representation of 136 banks and masters wishing to be designated as Cowglll. Jr., nro visiting relatives In depositories. Minnesota follows with Nashvlllo. " 91; Wisconsin, 73; Texas and Illinois 69 each. The remainder have Mrs. C. W. Curlln and children and Ue with an average of about 12 applications Miss Iva Adams left Tuesday on the each. Ileus Lee for St. Louis. Rain Aids Corn Crop. Tho Courier's "Want Column" Is Sedalla, Mo., Aug. 9. A fine rain sure to find you a buyer. Costa lo Insures a large corn crop In Doone and Adraln counties. The oat crop Is for each word. Try 1L the largest aver grown In this Some one remarked that S. L. Dodds would be making automobiles Kills Brother for Burglar. next. And that would be alright, too. Albany, Ga., Aug. 9. Believing he Tho "long green" Is coming out was shooting a burgtar, Ivey Land, of old socks and business Is picking ihortly after midnight, shot and killed bis brother Quintls. up. This fall Is going to be e, on ILK. This Is first class agricultur al land after tho timber has been removed. Price $8000. No. 1C8. COO acres, C miles from county Beat, all smooth laying land; 100 acres in cultivation and under foncc, C room Iiouro and all necessary out buildings, balance fine oak timber price $C0OO. No. 170. ICO acres, 4 rnllcs from a good town, all choice land, 80 acres In cultivation und under fence, 2 box houses and outbuildings. Price $1,-CO- estimate C40 acres all oak C000 feect per acre, Umber, located You Will Buy Furniture d, I HURLED OUT OFTALLY-H- Bo careful how your clothes aro cleaned and pressed. Hnvo Schmidt, tho tailor, to do It and bo pn tbo safe sldo. O nt our store when you sec our mnmmoth stock of house Sc Pa., Aug. I'ottsville. & furnishings nnd get our prices. We sell goods nt from , Hoell of I'ottsville died as 9.the deorgo result 10 to 25 per cent cheaper thnn any store in Western Y of Injuries received In a runaway 'acJ cident when a party of 20 in a tally-hcome nnd 5 Kentucky. If this sounds n little was thrown out and burUd under ........ -- :.... S mnKe .i comparison yourscu. nm umy u... j,i.-i ir m-- .. -- i.. m tho wreckage of the vehicle when me tho brakes refused to work on the line to select from. SS but n big, Tuscarora mountain and the horses goods dashed wildly down the grade. ThirWj Wc arc not offering you "Second-hand- " teen others were badly Injured, all stock on our - having uruis, legs or ribs broken. & (although wc have a large second-han- d second floor for those of limited means, and who want Six Aerlallsts Lost In Air. the original cost), and are good stuff at about one-ha- lf Munich, Aug. . Three army dirigibles abccndrd fiom here io bea.a prepared to show you the very latest, high grade furn- for tho two army balloons which as5 iturc creations on the market. Note these prices: cended on August C and from which One Dies From Injuries When Horses Dash Down Mountain Side In Pennsylvania. I o Doing bard work In a bent or stoop Ing position puts a stitch in the back that is painful. Ifthe muscles have becomo strained, you can't got rid of It without help. Tho great penetrating power of BALLARD'S SNOW A movement Is on foot to forco nil LINIMENT will appeal to you most stores In Hickman to close on Sun- strongly at such times, because it is day. Tho outcomo will be watched 25c the very thing you need. Price ,50c and $1.00 per bottlo. Sold with Interest. by Hickman Drug Co. Miss Marine Drown left Tucsdny on tho Uecs Leo for St. Louis. From And now Jim Jeffries says ho was there Bhe goes to Chafee, Mo., to dopod. If Jim wishes to retain what visit frlonds. Uttlo respect tho people of the counYou can't shoot through some steak try have for him, ho will retire to sold In Hickman, but that Is not tho his alfalfa ranch and keep his Jaws kind sold by the Hickman Grocery shut. Co. If you want beter meat, give thorn a trial; It coats C per cent less. Caso & Son make prompt Phono 183. . I guarantee all plumbing and tin ning I do. If the work don't come you up right and I can't out-talwo will cheorfully do the Job over JuHt like any other plumber. Cotton k miles from No. 175. 380 acres, 3 good town, ICO acres in cultivation, good new house, balauce fine Umber. Price $3000. No. 180. 425 acres, 140 acres m cultivation, balanco In fine timber, a small house and out buildings, all first class farming land after tho timber has been removed, 4 miles to good town. Price $3000. No. 182. 590 ceres, 300 acres in cultivation nud under fence, VI mile to station and 5 miles to county seat, 5 good houses from 3 to C rooms each cribs, sheds and all necessary out buildings. Good stock pond, besides creek through farm. Ono cotton gin and corn grinder, plenty of different kinds of fruit, balance timber of a good quality. Price $15 per acre. No. 186. 2S0 acres, 20C acres in cultivation, 3 good houses with outbuildings, plenty of fruit. 4 miles to county seat. Price $12 per aero. Tho above tracts are only a few of the many good bargains I have to offer. I also have farms from 40 acres up to any slzo wanted, can fit you up In timber tracts from 80 to 3000 acres. If you are In tho market for good lauds In a good country write or call on GEA. L. BELTZ, Dealer In Real Es1t tate, Deane, Drew Co., Ark. SCHMIDT THE TAILOR. 0 S S S SS I l&VNN&SB83 In every home whoro there Is a baby there should also be a bottlo W of McQEE'S DABY ELIXIR. It may bo needed at any tlmo to correct sour or wind colic, was i ..stomach, complaint It Isdiarrhoea Hon Halo, of Hlckmnn, a wholesome BUmmar Saturday slinking hands with his r0medy, contains no opium, morphlno . -,- -Ben. In addition to or injurious drug of any kind. Price 1 uinnr friends his 400 acres of fine opoti land be 25c and 60o per bottle. Sold by Hick man Drug Co. low Hlckmnn (worth $160 tho ncro) Tho U. S. Monitor Ainphltrlte, Inst week bought from Cnpt .It. T. from New Orleans to St Louis Tyler 1200 acres. This tract Is pene- trnted by tho now railroad from Tip- - and which was thought would reach Druggets, Axminsters A fine line ; tonvlllo to Hickman. Union City Hlckmnn last week, Is at Memphis Saxonys as low as tied up on nccount of low water. She cannot proceed until a better stage Ingrains. of water Is had, and when this will We don't show anything offensive happen Is an unknown quantity. at tho Lyric, it Is especially for the ladles. J. T. Dillon, Prop. H. L. Curlln, of Woodlnnd Mills, sends tlio Courier two monstrous I nnn a . llirIhi. line includes r f ieingcrniora,- n-- c of his raising In the Eden . -- . .1 i .t VYTYWWVVTVVVYVWTTVTTT of Tonncsseo. The largest of thoso tr Ice (Jream rrcezers, nnci otner minga iuu numin and WHY NOT TRY 7 is 18 Inches In circumference ous to mention. Call and see them. Popham'a weighs one pound and 13 ouuees. Wo ASTHMA REMEDY failed to learn to our satisfaction prompt and positive relief In who looks nftcr tho Curlln garden, Vves every caso. sold ny ino iijck- but judging tho treo by Its fruit, Drug x BardGnor ana soine ,fl u N ALLEN, Manager. (A mann.tckneeco, pneo i.10c. nai W. E. by mall. .......... mnvaiAmi. of t ho best Uirt on eann ai woou n lAAAAAiAAAAAWAAA4,.aud Mills. ( 1.25 to 7.00 Center Tables, all styles 1.25 Iron Clad Alarm Clocks 2.25 3.50 Elecant Matting Rugs, 6x9 " 9x12 " 4.00 " 0.00 ..22.50 f!kiffnrnli., nrcttv designs,. at. J to 22.50 12.50 Library Tables, a big line of Mattings, some as beautiful patA new line ...20c, 25c, 80c terns as you ever saw -- no news has boon received. Grave tears are felt for tho safety of the tiossvuters, three la each balloon. Very Best Kentucky Lum gj en-rou- ICOALI -- 22.50 15.00 7.00 K DELIVERED- Nowa-Banno- r. Summer Goads at Slaughter Prices ln Tno .... m, .ft u., $4.25 POSITIVELY NO A TON CLINKERS 1 Ask our regular enstomers how they like this coal. St Louis Furnishing Co. i1 , ..r i,n. ....... W. F. MONTGOMERY ... ..... laM.LliAitlt,, stJJttaiybatai&aiy t iamM TTEgfrfcgfg twm mnm$n&m&'r ijuna ? "-y V '? -- -i i mnft ( nljie It hit REVERIES Dont's for Wives.FOR SALE. llirco good pulug pieces of property m West Hickman Two houses of u rooms cacu ana one tUrt'o rooms. Locutou uu good street, fences and cistern lor each place. Annual rentals, jiiiO. Will make a very liberal price; can bo bougbt collectively or will toll any uue. biuuil cash payment, balance uu lUilalmonts and lot COxlDO, In East Hickman; all necessary Improvements good stable cistern, fences, etc. $900 will buy it. Owner has good reasons for selling-C- all at Ciurler office. - Hair falllna out? Troubled with dandrulf? Does not Color the Hair Want more hair? An elegant dressing Qulnln. Sodium l,.ro.i;.iilf Sulphur. f.leln. AUohul. Wtc. iChlorkl. trlum. jium. ,gc. AYER'S MAIR VIGOR V fti 1 " n i 'i a FOR SALE; A nice little cottage In Bond Addition built this year. Lot CGxlDO, ample room for gurdeu, chickens, etc. Every day FOR SAUi; The beautiful little you pay rent you are losing money. homo place belonging to T. a. Alouu-v- This place cau bo had for only $650. located between Uio homes of resldcuo FOR SALE: Nice judge Murrell and Juuge Moore, uu onion street, tilx room resilience, z Iu West Hickman. Has coal house, good lots, concrete Mails and oUier. buggy shed and all other Improve Well Incited; easily worth Will sell at reasuu-util- e ments. improvements. $1,000 to $l.S00,.but wilt sell for less. tlgure. Aro you renting? Cut It out, own a FOR BALK: lu the now Rogers home. This Is a bargain. Addition, between Soutlmru Heights FOR SALE: Nice rosldeaco near aud city Hue, teu us pretty lou as the College. Pleuty uf ground aud jou ever taw to go al a very low all improvements. Terms to suit purliguro. These lulu Me let el, dusir-uul- e chaser. Don't pay rent. See us, It buildlui sites, of good depth, you waut a home. Hickman Courier. aud can be had in auy width. Xhey cotNice five-rooFOR SALE: lay at the south eud of the now steel tage and lot 66x160, five minutes bridge, i'resttut Improvements conwalk from post office. Has all necessist uf e cretu walks, water mains sary Improvements. No overflow aud tlecTle lights, etc To start the no hill to climb. It you want a barball rolling we will sell teu lots at gain, shove $900 in your Jeans aud 31GU each; others will bo higher. Recomo got it. You can't find another strictions will be placed ou these lots to get a homo so cheap. eo that only nice homes and white chance neighborhood people will be iu the FOR SALU: A nice residence, one block from Poatofflce. The house FOR. SAUJ: For a limited Ume has 6 rooms, two halls, and two qorch-cs- ; we will offer for sale at a BAR In good repair and a very desiraGAIN, ltiu acres of flue Umber land ble place. Call at this office. sear Keelfoot Lake. Oviuei says theio are 1,000,000 feet of cypress, FOR SALE: Ono of the very best ash, gum, etc., on this laud. Mew ral lots in the Henry Addition. Cash or road will run iu 3 miles of this prop-ert- tlmn y. Dont relato to the tired husband all trifling details of homo life Dont uiako your homo a "waiting pliico." Dont toll your husband all your troubles; dout lull them to anyone; forget thoui. Dont withhold from your children the only heritage that ou oau give. contentment and faith. Dont ask for a new gown the day you remember It to bo ' office check day." Dont let your anxiety to gut to church on time Sunday morning make you corss to your family for the dny. Dont think you possess all the buslnoss knowledge In the family and that the husband's life as woll as business, will prove a failure should he fall to follow your advice. Dont let your husband make a beggar of you. The woman who takes money from her husband's pocket steals only nor own Mn are reasonable crenturos aud will generally accord their wives the treatment thoy aspect and require. en-tir- o t. who is high over all In earth and air aud sky from a manger. Let us all be content with such things as we havo. God Is Just as good In what ho keeps uwuy from us as In what he gives us. Hvou a knot may be useful If It Is at tho end of a thread. The spider draws poison out of a flower; the bee gets hon'y out of u thistle, but happiness Is a hoaenly elixir and the contented spirit extracts It not from the rhododendron Of tho hills, but from the lily of the valley. Tberoe is not a man In our city how oer Indifferent to the claims of Christianity, who would want to rear his family hero if thore were no churches or church Influence, for he at onco recognlxes them as the guardians of the moral of the community. Whnt would be the cumlltlou of this community at the end of the next year if from this time until then tho churches were closed? To what extont would llfti.UHd property D safe? And yet. with all the organized agencies of the church, the devil too frequently holds high enrnlval What might we not expect if wholly divested of these good influence? WORK We believe doctor endorse tlilt formula, or we would not put M up Docs not Color the Hair J C AYER'S MAIR VIGOR lIS IYMHT f. !! ! !.- - fr ? Sprinkling Rates FOR 1010 The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May 1st and ending November 1st, 1010, in residence section, is 50 foot front and under . . . $6 $6 8c for each additional foot. Business house rate, each door This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. V ji fr FOR SALE: The Allison Tyler res ldence property on the hill. Can bo FOR SALE: Two iu West Hickman, lot C(ixl96, fenc- bought for about half what It Is real ed, water works, etc. Either oue for ly worth. It will bear close lnspc& 5U0 or both for $1)50. The houses Uon. cannot bo built for this money. FOR SALE: A small farm, one FOR SALE: A good bottom farm mile from town, all in cultivation; of over 200 acres. $38 per acre will a fine one for truck farming. Will buy It; don't inquire unless you mean be sold on easy terms. All necessary business. Adjoining farms held at Improvements. This office. &5 to $60. FOR SALE: A No. 1 good business FOR SALE: A new resi- building located in the heart of the dence rnd 4 vicinity lots (44 acres) vlty. Will be sold at a sacrifice if barn, etc.. Just outsldo city limits; a taken at onco. Rents readily for a corking good place for the money. good figure. Good reasons for selling Enough ground for truck gardening and poultry. The place you've been FOR SALE: New residence In the looking for; let us rive you the figSamo Docd Addition. ures on it. size lot and house in this addition Is being held for $660. We offer FOR SALE: A nice resi- you this place for a limited time at dence and lot iu West Hickman, near $660, part cash. You ought to own the Chapel. House In good repair, all a home. The money you havo spent improvements, lot Is 66x190 and lofor rent in the past tivo years would cated on best street in that section. more than pay for this place. $1600 will buy It; one-thir-d cash, balance one and two years; or for spot The Hickman Courier has a nice 2 story brick ash we will sell cheaper. Good reas house and ons for wanting to sell; and you will two good lots for sale cheap. All Imtwo cot make a mistake If you buy It. provements, $2,000 cellars, cistern, etc to build house, our It will cost You can't replace the bouse for this price $1400. Ask for No. 64. money. For particulars apply at the CourFOR SALE: Nice residence ier office. cottages g six-roo- If you want to keep your children away from sin you can only do so by making their homo attractive. You can preach sermons, advocate reform and douounco wlokodnoes and yet jour chlldron will be captivated by tho glktcrlng saloons of sin, unless you make your homo brighter than any other place on earth to them Gather all the charms you possibly can Into your house. If you oan af ford It, bring book and pictures and cheerful entertainments to tho house hold. Hut above all, teach those chil dren not by half an hour, twice a year on the Sabbath day, but day after day, and every day toaoh them that religion is a great gladness, that It throws chains of gold about the neck, that It takes ito spring frow the foot, no bUtbenens from the heart no sparkle from the eye, but Uiai "her ways aro ways of ploasautntws and all her paths are peace.' WEAKEN3 THE KIDNEYS. Doan's Kidney Pills have done Great Service for People who Work In Hickman. Most Hlcknmu people werk evxrr day In some irnlued. unnatural poel-tion bending constantly over a deek riding on IoUIhk wngous r cum doing laborious houno work; JlftlHX reaching or pmIUhk. or trying the beak ia a hundred ami e ether wajs. AM Utese strain lend to wear weaken and Injure the kidnaps until they fall behind In their wrk of filtering the poison froM the blood Doan's Kidney Illte cure elek kd tteys. pet new strength In bad baeka Curt effected In tale toeaHty form the strong preef of their rfftcWn cy. Iteed thin teatimoHy: J. P. UddlemuH, barber. ItetMunt Port. Ky.. says: "Anyone who fol lews ray occupation rehire a troop; back, for the laag hMr spent at tho chair, bring a steady train on the muselss of the tola. I was ia pretty bod shape and eowbl not work with any degree of eowfort Uuan'i KldHoy mils were finally bruweat to. my attention and willing to try any thing that might check the tremble I procured a box. They promptly relieved the pain In my beck and the kidney seereUoas which had ben hoanty and distressing la imenege. became natural." Por sale by all dealer. Price ec Postor-MllburCo. Ihiffalo. ,s Y . sole agents for the United State. Itomember the name Doa'a and take no other. n HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. Incorporated I Hickman Furniture Co. -- INCOIlPOItATBI)- STEARMS & FOSTER MATTRESS r Special Sole MbbbsWbbbbbHHHHbbWbb Its absolute com fort and whole rest- make the Stearns & Foster best of all for (rivinn rtnetrnpfirtii t,..... (.UUItlllt.UUII) -- for 30 Doys ODD PIECES ,'A, J. ,' A. COTTON & CO. (INCORPORATED) '''' It is her own fault If ji woman is unloved and neglected. That Is a harsh statement to make, but it Is a fact. Mortal man is a weakling who can no' more resist kind newt than a rose can resist the sun. it Is a weak helpless woman's duty to make her self attractive and pretty In the very face of discouragement. Call it hy pocrisy, tact, flneeso, or by any other term, but she must turn in the edges and make alllos instead of antagon ists of tho people about her. Spotless neatness, becoming feminine at tire, truth, kindness, cheerfulnoss, lovo, and the loyalty that restrains her from speaking 111 of her neigh bors will make many a woman love ly, even though she lacks beauty. Tho effort at "ploaslng mother" should be cultivated in the ohlldlsh heart. Early In life they should the cultivation of thought and effort with refuronce to tho gratification of her wishes and of making her happy. If they would do this they would find daily opportunities for speaking kind words and render ing such helpful services and show Jng such noble- traits of character in dealings with others, as would glad don tho heart and lighten the cares o mother In a way too often llttlo thought of. If boya, If girls, could but realizo their Indebtedness to their mothers, they certainly would generally bo very much rnoro anxious about pleasing them. Tho great men of tho world, who havo acknowledg ed their great Indebtedness to their mothers, took great delight in pleasing them. But most of all their o lives, their couruge In doing right and their honorable achievements In public llfo wero especially pleasing to their noble mothors. Hardly a higher tribute can bo paid to any young man's success in life than "It pleased his mother." bo-gi- n no-bi- Wc wish to close out some inducing dreamless. healthful sleep. WtnUlhm, and will make you n price on them that Will Surprise You PRICES VERY LOW Wc nlso wish to say that our rrg ulnr line was never brllcr than is now, nnd prices are lower. We are the lenders in good Good NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE -- WV t t t t J Martin Luther's Belief have bad many things m my hnmli and tost them all. but whatever I have been able to place In God's hands I still possess. Martin I.uthcr. I Plenty of electric fans make tho Lyric a vory pleasant place to spend a half hour after supper during this hot weather. Good music and movln pictures only 10c. t r i f i t i t t t t Plumbers Tinners WORK IN BOTH BRANCHES EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY 9 WHOLE DAYS IN ST. LOUIS and Return desire to inform my friends that I nrn 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 I .Notice 4 A TON nil Cairo to St. Louis t $2.00 VIA Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 MOBILE & OHIO RAILROAD Phone 65 Hickman, Ky. v---w A Contented 8plrlt w. w WWW-J. Jittorney-at'Law ' . ifl Mfl ll WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. Have you neglected your kidneys? Have you overworked your nervous system and caused troublo with your kidneya and bladder? Havo you pain in loins, side, back, groins and bladder? Have you a flabby appearance of tho face, especially under the eyes Too frequent a desire to pass urine? If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will cure you Hlckmac Drug Co., Price COo. Cotton, the plumber. Phone 66. KELLY SMITH Clinton, Kentucky One tenth of M fees to Chttitttnlti. LYRIC SATURDAY NIGHT. Itcmember, If you havo only what Is called an ordinary home, that tho great deliverers of tho world havo all come from such a home. And there may bo seated reading nt your evening stand a child who shall be potent for tho ages. Just unroll tho scroll of men mighty in church and state, nnd you will find thoy nearly all camo from tho log cabin or poor homes. Genius almost runs out in tho third or fourth goncratlon. You cannot find in all history an in stance where tho fourth genorntlon of extraordinary people amount to anything. Columbus from a weavers hut, Demosthenes from a cutlor's cellar, Bloomflold and Missionary Carey from a shoemaker's bench, Ark-- 1 wright from a barber's shop a&d be' TUESDAY AUGUST 23, 1910 AMUSEMENTS: Mew Yorfc. Boston and Brooklyi. Your orders appreciated, whether large or small. A, A. PARIS Job 'or a Philanthropist. Borne day whim there Isn't mil. h doing some philanthropist might get a good stout club nnd kill either ! those two: Tho mnn who gets behind you In a rovoli-lndoor nnd trios to go fnster tlinti you do. or tho mnn h greets you with. 'Well, how's your Cleveland I'lnln Denier National Itajue Dttiball Gaines: Cardinals vs. Delmar Btlmsr Garden; Optra Co., Vaudeville. forest Park Highlands: The Bio Hill. Everylhinn new. Pl.r. n. Tickets will be sold for Special Trail leaving uairo u:w p.m. and forreou lar trains leavino Cairo 1:45 A. M. an I 2:10 P. M August 23rd, and will bu Boad for return on any regular train leaving St. Louis up to and includinn Wednesday, August 31st. J. H. JONES, Ticket Agent. CENTRAL UNION STATION When you feci lnzy, out or Borts, and yawn a good deal In tho daytlmo you can charge it to n torpid liver which has allowed tho systom to KOt Mil of Impurities. HEItniNK cures all disorders produced by an inactlvo liver. It strengtheuB that organ, cleanses tho bowels and puts tho system In good healthy condition. I'rlco COc. Bold by Hickman Drug Company. Vou can conduct!" CAIRO, ILL. son's, get ItEO at Helm &. Elli Savo from Jl to 2 por thousand on your shingles by buying direct from our mill. 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