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The Hickman courier: August 25, 1910 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 hic1910082501_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: August 25, 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. "tT ". " " HICKMAN CCURIER Ahn MEMPHIS I, ai UVIMO cuunty lll W - CCMMERCIAL-APFEA- L ilial f . iimi limn pmrln tlilt Kentucky I Print . is the Tmm that Fulls tht Lomnmcal IHEHieKMAN COURIER. W.,Qn up Uih BOTH ONE YEAR FOR SI.2S A BLUE MARE HERE that jour bat expired Renew promptly K you want the pnpe-- r to coma to yon after thlt month mean tub-crlptl- mil of buccBss The Couner ha.n a Spankin' Good Team. Draaoe ths AxIbs at Your Ulagon, Old Man, and WHOLE hat's Hitch NO.auiO Up NO. 17 VOLUME Ol FAFl;R IN WE8TERN KE.NTUOIT Council Proceedings, Heport New Walka Order- Spitting. ard Weed Two Policemen Get SaUrlet Etc. Ordl-Patted r QOTTAGE W. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST -- 25, 1910. ESTABLISHED IN TEE TEAR 194, 195, 19C, 197 and 198. On tho South side of lHBIt HOTEL) Prop. t LOOK n BEFORE YOU Catlett st. LEAP J. COOK, BUST IF' ,,. . Hey! What's That? 2K.rvT?5r 1 tf Jrillfiit'TI mTTTTI By GISH Hiuan. Ky., , AUK- - 1. 1910 met lu regular aaaaliiii. Way or Dillon, Councilman i.kr. Shumate, IUU. . f latl inooUuj; wr ruad mu approved nml signed. juK nucounU were rly approved and on wo-t. and chujkw ardarati ii. $1 a Day House Why the LATEST and BEST in Photos. Studio opposite Hickman Ice & Coal Co.'s Office. Call and See My Work Westcrn Kcntuckv r" d " "- --- , . .- -.. J 'II u'''l ,r diirt-on June th. I Ho. be amend i bal. for roofing City ao i aa follow. fITlMI Tka Chy OmrcII Of lb Cttj of ,, Jr. Mdac rlalMa. $l.b lllckaua. Ky., , ontatN m follow. i. Jr. unK work, flit 3ft 1at abitU t MUfiil for any tu Oa.'atraat limit.. pvrMM u aait or vincctoniu ar ooiu iU.hU ait aay aalaaac hmhi Um tUtoru or ual O.. IM II. M walU of any public bulMlna or f .VO hmIm.. rooa or plaoa Into which U irK ftru. $4 3 rapalra uHk arn mwiHl to raur or which IIW ma) l. p:uid4 for atibllc aw, la i. rPMttlUK transit liallaar, afrTleaa.. . lb Ml tii- - City of lluktuaa. Ky . and iuh ' ny Traamrar fur Jaa fla... luuat Im. prutldwl with aulublv d auffkh-n- t luapldora, and any Fund Account,. tmhi Ml nrrradlMi ahall ba guilty May report . ...Htt.U. of a ui4nu4tMM-- . and upou convlc-n alMli b.. flat .4 II C. HM1 .. ISSJ6 not n than Ktva . . d Two DHan Jr SIT lu iNtllara noi oMM-- a than Twfy fv Ik.ilani anu the coat of tb. proxcu- M.w lion for t a- h othiutv ou darta 4M.U Attaat II. C. Malta. 011 Clark. Tom Dtllun. 8r . Ma) or I hi. mot ton batac lit IMS MN.... Htttt Pt to th- - Coan-rl- l by Mayor Ml loo. tb amendment in Wslar & Ugh Hoad aa adored by teal nytrl. baiaac of ath of the tb affirmative vote four ixmumIIok-- pna n-atn i""Ji.vi aaa EztpfrJGy vn '"rBffW-'""- 1 I fnmijh JJmwL ' iL mmM i;M?afc l l an a o amexfr m v &r kll - v "" fCTaa. T"eMKw&3M i necessary in front of tho following lots on tho following streets In West Hickman In Hickman, Ky., and same Is hereby ordered built or put down at the expense of the owners of tho lands or lots fronting or abutting on sold streets In porportlou to tho front t: age thereof, to-wl- (Popyiicht tfia i Clork. aad onlarad puljlloliad praad apon thi records. and Ah TIhi followinn ordlHiiHoa which wria Indrodaeed oa Juaa 0. 18ie. wtw nsnln road and oa motion pawed by th vote of each of tho four roaaclUarn preaeal: Taa City Coauoll of tho City of - la OHy Itull acoaaat r.port, .. .' IwlaiHw evartfraaa. TrwK. July. JoIimh. (Stay of my Trmuturte tut HtckNuta, Ky do ordnlu aa fallows: That It ahall ba aulawfal for any owarr or the agent or pari)- - In control of aay lot In Uta City or Hicknt man. Ky , to permit unehj htly weedit The th- - ordlaaact) aa waa to grow apon aahl lot no owned or raad. aad batas tlHm pat upon ta coHtrolled. or IxHwoen the lino of flaal paaaagr, waa paaad, eatb of aaW lot and the curb of the strttut. tbr- - four lr.rmbT of the I'dUlilll tlH and any pd-aofalling within a reus-ntialii lii faor of Minn- - ami a nIkii time after notice by the mar-h- a id b the Ma)nr and or police to cut aald weeds. I) th u anx-iidi- d atttid On tho south side of Main street from Obion to Fulton streets In front 75, 76, 77 and 78. of lota Nos. On Uie east s4de of Fulton street from Main street to the south sldo shall be guilty of a misdumonnor and of Market street on tho west side of upon conviction shall bo fined not Iot No. 78 and tho property where laa than Five Dollars nor moro than Dick Smith lives. Twenty-flvOn the north side of Brooklyn St., Dollars for each offence. from the crossing over Brooklyn ot., Attaat: II. C. Holm, City Clerk. Tom Dillon, Sr.. Mayor. east to the S.R. corner of Lot No. On motion O. H. Powell was grant-a- d 13C In front of Lots Nos. 136,137, 138 permit to build a frame, woather-hoardeand 139 as may bo necessary. On tho south side of Brooklyn St., coal house on his property from the concrete crossing over on south side of Market street. The following ordinances were in- Brooklyn street west to Hall streot troduced, read and on motion order- In front of Lota Nos. ICO and 149 as ed spread upon tho records, publish may be necessary. ed and filed and lay over until next I On tho west sldo of Hall St., from Brooklyn to Catlett St., In front of meeting for final action: Lbts Nos. 151 and 198. The City Council of tho City of On the north sldo of Catlett St., Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follows: from Hall st. to Walnut St., In front t That a concrete sidewalk 4 of Lots Nos. 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, wld- - und n concrete curb Is deemed 186, 187. 188, 189. 190, 191, 192, 193, . o d fe-?- from Walnut st. to Washington at., in front of Lots Nos. 230, 231, 232, 233, 234 and 235. And that said concreto walks and curbing bo raado or put down In work and materials in good workmanlike order. TJio owners of said lots aro hereby directed to have said concreto walks put down within thirty days after tho passago of this ordinance as herein provided and upon thoir falling so to do the Street Commissioner Is hereby directed tc proceed to have said walks and curbing constructed at tho cxpenso of the property owners respecUvely in proportion to the frontago of the lots by letting contracts for same o the low-e- s' and best bidder nftcr advertising tho time, place and terms of same for two weeks by publication In tho Hickman Courier and by notices postd up In three or more public places In tho vicinity of said work tho costs and expenses of said work when so done by the contract to be a Hen upon the property. Tho City Council of tho City ot Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follows: That a plank sidewalk 3 feet wide, to be built out of sound cypress plank not less than 2 Inches thick, same to bo placed upon sill3 ot sound timber not less than 4x4 and all to be well and securely nailed down, Is necessary in front of the following lots upon tho following streets In West Hickman In Hickman, Ky., and same Is ordered to be built and put down at tho expense of tho owners of land fronting or abutting on said streets In proportion to the frontago thereto: On tho north side of Man st. from Ashland to Washington street in front of LoU Nos. 236, 237, 238, 239. 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246 and 247. i '1 , ! i Gtncral PlrtrJwWCotint. -. ( Jua H4rVJHNt .. - 4 Tw MMu Jr :v . Ji ftgzmsgsm CS iu .k. ii s. up Mt Ja4y . Jt.1 - lit Ibtt aMMM 0fc- H acouiu i.. 4i t la port, batons avamraaa, Hall j vVatrr & i Light Band Aaat. Jaaa report ... 4iJi FALL r I d Oa. OMTrHMtor tlo so J I d HUtacm ' tow III iJfe4 & On tho east side of Washington st. from Marr sL to Brooklyn St., lu front of Lou Nos. 235 and 236. And that said plank walks be put down in work and materials In good workmahliko manner. Tho owners of said loU are hereby directed to have said plank walks put down within thirty days after the passago of this ordlnauco as herein provided and upon their falling so to do tho Street Commissioner In hereby directed to have said walks put down at the expense of tho property owners respecUvely iu proportion to the frontago of the lots by letting contracts for samo to the lowest and 4 .lit W f a Johnson. t- taut aacfxnii . JMUs . best bidder after advertising the time , placo and terms of same for Oily Traas. for Jan. City MaraiMtl -d 'i4 r dNrtwfc dariK Jhh. Jaaa. Jr.. $13 I" VUU i a aaurar'a raaaltK lor :z' Tom MHoii, C. X 10 two weeks by publication In tho Hick man Courier and by notices posted up In tbreo or more public places In tho vicinity of said work, tho costs and expenses ot said work when so dono by tho contract to bo a Hen upon tho property. On motion Council adjourned. Attest: H. C. Holm. City Clerk. Mrs. B. C. White, who has been visiting her parents lu Itutherford, Tenn., spent Friday night with C. S. Patterson and family near town. Oty .MarajMil for July. $:'46:o . I tad dariHS Jaly i durtaaj July nmurar'a reoetpl Tom Dillon. Jr.. t it wo for3lti M. a c.L. rk reiHirted that ha had the following devda for ltU, and that ha hold )u raoatpt for payinwiit of Moonay, T1 I' for wt lialf of 1ai t hulf 1st SOxU It., eonald 1.1 ni Ou Ue Jarkaon, Weat hnlf of lot r half lot JOrfO fu. eonald liti ii.uiion time for hdusc cleaning nnd refurnishing is near at hand. Naturally, if you love a neat, cozy home, you will want to make it still neater and cozier by an addition here and there of some article of furniture or furnishing that will lend new life and added pleasure to the surroundings. We are prepared better than any to meet your needs in this line. Never betore has our stock been more inviting or our assortment firm in Hickman store, you will not be urged to buy. A tew prices : more comprehensive than now. Come, take a stroll through the .28.50 to 40.00 Davenports.- .Chairs .. 1.25 to 2.00 Dining Room 12.00 up Pedestal Dining Table lo-up China Closets Wxp Lace Curtains ?5.00 up Buffet 5.UU up all styles nrrMinf-Ta- b cs. .32.50 Wardrobe Chiffoniers, any price. Dressers, any style. -1- 0.00 to 20.00 1.75 up .. Bed Spring, any style '2,V,7-SPillows, pair.- -.Mattress (Ostcrmoor- )3.50 to 10.00 Wood Beds 2.50 to 20.00 Beds . Metal 12.50 Library Suit, Mission 35.00 Suit Parlor 22.50 up Bed Room Suits Fancy Parlor Tables ..;3.7 5 to 7.00 2.50 to 25.00 Library Tables 2.50 to 5.00 . Cases Book 3.00 up Desks, Ladies' nnd Gents'. Druggets, any style.. 7.00 to 25.00 10.00 to 18.50 Kitchen Cabinets 3.00 Tables Kitchen 60c up Chairs 1 1 jg President Taft says Cannon will take the toboggan and Cannon says he will not. It now remains to be seen whether Taft can mako good, at least one declaration. Dr. Horace Lutcn purchased a new auto from his brother, Sam Luten, of Hickman. The Doctor is an wo en- terprising young man and aro tho foregoing reports trad, ordered spread upon ida, published and (lied. "unmntor I ami that tho City ralmae - ...... ,yae on tho Woal lllckinaii P'o.. iv which BiHiuroa tho note In " "a motion tho requtwl wa truiu '- ". ' I, reouostetl to !., pay $100 on tho note lli-n'- l' - '" - -- 1 -- Oil Cloth, yard .20c Linoleum 50c 1.25 Baby High Chairs.. Baby .2.25 to 12.00 20c to 30c Mattings .. 3yc good values Shades, all kinds 35c Stoves and Ranges 9.00 to 40.00 . Go-Ca- rt glad of tho convenience to his travel. Fulton Tribune Capt. Jack Cassel, an aeronaut of Louisville, was fatally Injured at Mt. Vernon, Ind., Thursday. Tho balloon In which ho was making an ascon-sloexploded when ho was about 200 feet In tho air. n 1 Child's Crib Pictures, framed 1.50 STRAYED OR STOLEN: From my farm 4 miles east of Hickman, one brown Jersey cow; crop off right and split In right car, branded on right hip "AL" connected. Any Information will be liberally rewarded. A. II. Leot. Our renders and friends will confer a favor If they will sond tho Courier Information of nrrlval and departure of themselves or any other mattor When of Interest for publication. you are In town come In and tell us any Horn of nows that has happened In your neighborhood. Wo will bo very glad to have It I 'Ion the nalarlos of Police .'Kht nml Hnuiby warn rnlsd fr"' $. to $76 onolt por month. The T' " ' i nay volo Iwlng demanded, n-- "'' ""' - n I .75 c up .1.25 to 3.50 Clocks Rugs, 300 styles 75c up Lamps, all kinds at very low prices. I V ' ' t Mows: nml Sohlonkor. Dill,,,, v'h-lln- I'owoll, Hhumnto and Mayor lu i .. .. L i i i.. i.n i you need to make your home more cuiiuu.iuuk;, wc amm uc uiuy too Ficu3Cu tu uavc yuu tl,nr - ia fthvthinK' . . V E 1. r i L -- J w c tire cuuutcu uy tnc icisun ui our . . oJ- - ins! wlint vou ne cd and pay lor It as suns yuu ucni. .t than before, at even lower prices, and wish you to call and investigate, creased business to offer better quality 1, If r.i.i I J- L ominaieii lb" l!,i" motion UubsoII Johnson wus nnd elected Assowor for (,y of Hlckmnn for the your nd 1011. nt n snlary of $75 lor L E. W. ALLEN, Manager. ST. LOUIS FURNISHING CO. MLWHal otion wan mmlo nnd Hoconded llut he oidlnnnco horotofcro lutro- - lLVVVKSgJ IN BOYHOOD'S HAPPY DAYS FULTON COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE Will be held at Carr Institute, Fulton, Ky. Commencing on Monday, August 29, and Continuing Five Days. Monday, Aug. 29, 10 a. m. Devotional Exercises. Organization. Address by Instructor. Adjournment. THE RECITATION. 2 Youth' Natural Exuberance and Snow on the Ground Make Unfortunate Combination. SirXjnUrB A man's shoe built for for business for easy walking THE SHOE FOR REAL MEN "Is there snow on the ground?" "Yea, there are three or four Inohes of the soft and beautiful. It eovors the earth llko a white sweater. Last night there were millions of old tomato cans In sight; this morning ther are none." "Of what use Is the snow?" "To hide the pile of ashes In our back yard, and to give the bojr a run for bis money." boy welcome "Does the the snow?" "It Is his delight. If the earth wat covered with peanuts he wouldn't feel more gay. There's a reason." boy go "And will the forth this morning?" "Will he? He Is already on the spot Behold himl" "Has he hit the grocer In the ear with a snowball?" "Yes, It was a snowball; but the grocer Is ready to swear It waa a cobblestone." "And has the butcher's boy got one In the neck?" "Two of 'em." "And the motorman?" "Right on the chin." "And the venerable old gent on th rear platform why does be look so mad?" "Because the snowball Is worklni down the back of his neck, and he hat no ax with which to kill the boy." boy hai "Now, the plunked an old woman between th shoulders. Doesn't he remember that he has a mother himself?" "He does, and he remembers that U she la silly enough to get out on the street a morning like this, some bo; will plunk her." "Now, he lias plunked tho hat ol Senator Swell. Has this boy no rev erence?" "Not on such an auspicious occasion There comes his dear Sunday-schoo- l teacher. Watch and see her Jump." "But why does the boy do thesi things?" "O, because ho Is Just a boy." Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. d d d foot comfort. P. M. Purposes of the Recitation. Preparation of lesson. (1) The pupil's part. (2) The Tuachor's part. Assigning of lessons. Reviews how often? Incentives to study. WRITING. Why Important? Why nogleoted? Legibility, Rapidity, Neatness how acquired? ? When and how use When and how teach principles of penmanship? copy-book- A man's shoe with style, snapand shape keeping strength. SiHQiurirL A man's shoe that is smooth, inside No better than many other shoes, except: 1 Tuesday, Aug. 30, 9 a. m. Devotional Exerolses, PRIMARY READING. Methods. How correct common faults? What to emphaslzo In toaoblng. How use the blackboard. SPELLING. Why so few good spellws? Sources of spelling lessons. Errors in teaching spelling. Advantages of Wrltteu and oral spelling. To what extent and how toach dlaorlttos. Why should the tPnoher study the spelling loiwonj INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED READING. and out looks good, feels good. SirwM, Aman's shoe that is made to please 2 3 The leathers are selected, tested and proved by experts. The trimmings are likewise. The shoemakers are tried out before being employed and make nothing but these shoes. 'A J the foot and purse. These are but three points which make it THE Man's Shoe. There arc more. of excellence CUSTOM MADE DY Tl i Tl Ti 1 ij iJl I iiV SiHOnaih A PREDICTION. Preparation of lesson by pupil. By toaohor. Advantages of correct reading. Mistakes In teaching reading. Importance of school library how use. The student body. Wertiheimer-Swart- s ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. Shoe Company From Wm? County TTTYTTTTTTTTTVTTinrTTTTV Wednesday, Aug. 31, 9 a. m. Dovotlonal Exerolses. SCHOOL MANAGEMENT. Tho Teacher. The Teacher of the future. ORGANIZATION AND CLASSIFICATION, School Tactios and School Discipline, The School Environment. PSYCHOLOGY. GETS BACK HIS OLD TURTLE New Jersey Bather Recaptures Pet That Wandered Away Several Year Ago. Upper Moatvllln, N. J. A snapping turtle that Milliard Throckmorton had lost 22 years ago returned to him when ho waa bathing in Oreen pond. He long had mourned hla loea. but he mourned Ita return still morn. Throckmorton waa having hla daily awlm when suddenly a toe of hla left foot waa caught and held. He tried to hake off his new attachment, but it refused to let go. He a wain to the bore, almost fainting from pain and exertion. A cold chisel and a poker wrr nwv esaary to make the mapper let go. Then the following inscription waa found carved on the shell: "H. T., 1888." Injured Ui in Runaway, its Fiilloa kiwi Alex Korrralw. antor mvmovr of roal wtiiw Arm of Forroslor & , Of UMfcHt Circuit Court. Intorest. -- . , ' Mrs. Goodlelgb (looking from win dow) There goes tho curate wlti that young deaconwa ntcain. He's verj attentive to her. Rev. Mr. Ooodleigh (reading wai news Yes, I'n afraid a severe engagement is lm minent. absent-mindedl- Attention. Memory. Imagination as a factor in character building. PHYSIOLOGY. Oral lessons. (1) When Introduced. (2) Importance. Methods of teaching. Should Temperance be emphasized when teaeblng Physiology What can the teacher do to be a blessing to her community? The Teacher's part In the Fight Against Tuberculosis. Tho Federated Womon's Clubs of Fulton. Mm. Heft JordNH Hi. va t'b of NMr WmrtUotl Mllla. tort with very rtoM arrtoent tea Krttfa la driving at t'nlon OUy. They W. i. Htrtts va I. C. K. K WaafclnffioM. etrv-- ' brn aowo amUl T. 1. Pfcrtenw v. I. C. It It boys ran and tatfrrd upon Ik rer WnJion Y Enfcrr vn Miutonk !' ( frtgklattrtl toe boro-of tho iHHury TV horart, ran into tho coffin lor ve AmxK'Utkin room rf the 14cm Ptirmltiir Co.. on WA. V I'lom- - & Co. to. J A H Klrnt irtrewt. throwing both mom owl Hew. of the bwuity. Injwlaa; Mr KorrosWr Mm. K. L Perry v Vl C1lp" no everly that It had In be cur J. T. Moron rs Tow Qtldain rld to hla how oh a cot. and U ' to it In a rwrloua ronoltton Tom PleMa va. 1 14m 8ttMHi- VI r lawttll waa not m a.rlnuajy Injured Cttt. RSMi Jm lsjfciH. J. W. Mo(rtH va vs. "Why," gaaped Throckmorton, Bade that on a pet turtle when fifteen years old." I I waa Jno. Cre4 UoMor K. Keniotmt lt - Kin ll(mrw-li....- j TVTTTTTTTYVVTTr'TVVTTVTT OOMM(MI WoOiiHMHi. vii. A. A. P. M. Jttw. GMr. . i I He waa round-faced- , fat and goo natured. When the wind took his hat as he crossed Prospect avenue neat the Rose building, and blow it InU eight mud puddles and half way ui the next block, he merely smiled good naturedly. Some kindly disposed man up thi street overtook the hat and brovghl It to him with tho mud dripping froa Its brim. Even the sweatband wai saturated with oozy mud. "I've got an office right over here li the Caxton building," said the oblig lng stranger. "Come over and we'L clean it up for you." In a few ralnuUs the fat man cami out wearing hla hat once more. II was still soiled, but not so muddy thai be couldn't put it on without lookini as If he'd only half finished washlni up after a minstrel show. Onco mon the north wind took up the headgeai and blew it away with devilish glee. Still the man was good natured. Hi chased It for about 40 yards, and merely grinned at the additional strati of mud it bad gathered. Just as h got hold of it still another gust ol wind blew it out of his hands. II feet rolled not more than a however, and lodged against a wasti paper box. But the fat, man bad endured the last straw, Hi sunk his heel into the derby, thes Jumped on it with both feet until II was a flat, forlorn bunk of muddy felt And then and. there he abandoned the flitting, migratory lid. Cleveland Plain Dealer. half-doze- n good-nature- The Last Straw. Thursday, Sept. 1,9 a.m. Devotional Exereltws. ARITHMETIC. Havo we been successful in teaching Arithmetic? If not, why not? What attention should bo given definitions and rules? What chapters should receive most attention? Pupils' need of original and practical problems. Why so many falluros in teaching Arithmetic? HISTORY. ' la vtmnt. A tiehool of Pollteneaa. Oerlln. A achoo) of courtesy la the latest thing in German ahopkeeplng. The Aasoclatlon uf Shopkeepera Is responsible for IL They aim at making shopping a Joy aa well aa a bualneaa for their cuetoraers. Not only are counter clerks to be taught the tricks of the trade and the details of the goods they handle, but they are alio to learn agreeable manners, pleasant mall talk and courtly graoee with which to charm their fair clients. German shopkeepers'Wlll pay for this training school t&emielves aa a good Wk t C Mtlion al. 4 a- V. H .M. ArfoHM et al va. City of Ilk K Heal Citato Transfera. kiml, l J. W. UampboM T 1h, acre ' to Waller SS. Motile Juiih IWmt- - II. FMrnletOM , te Purposes of teaching History. How I tuach my class in History. Why History Is usually a dry subject. Value of Biography how use It? To what extent should current History bo taught? LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION. Kinds of exercises to bo first used. Sources of material for lessons. Steps in theme writing. GEOGRAPHY. , successful protracted meotlng was closwl at Mt, Zion Sunday night. Thi meeting waa hold by the pastor, Ho. Newbill, assisted by Kov. Jns. Krotman, of Henderson, Tonn. Barry building in our temporary qunrtors. Hickman Plumbing & Tinning Co. In n letter from our Browns villo correspondent will bo found a men- If you Ttt. V. K. Wuilaian to J. it. Scutt. RVoa land, flTlu. AwtNt llrynut to It. I. Soimixu, uu T KOTM lUHd, WH, vuk -- koHs awd town lot In Cuyuo, J220 Want to Buy a to H. P. Wobb, lot ia and Addition to Fulton, 12u Irvliitt and Jas. Itoaah and IItu SpwlKht IIohoIi, of Corlutli, Miss. io II. W. .MeClurn, of arutchflld, laud IMeo-- C. II. Ilico ' Farm or Town Lots See Us. Hickman Courier Realty Co. Y. A. .Mliner to A. H. & J. T. Alex aiHler, lOCioroa, WHO. L, I). Throikald to AIox. Hlco. it) iie'ttd land, 3,000. County Court. Tho flduolnry sotUeiuont of 8. A for Jleeslu Asbull was con firmed. WllkhiH Educational values. Develops whet faculty of the mlod? When and how teach Geography of Kentucky? IJow use map? ',' and frlnds. tion of tho doath of Jnmcs T. Kemp. He wna ono of the Courier's good friends, and his demise will be keen ly rogratted by all who know him. Ho is survived by many rolatlvo Friday, Sept. 2, 9 a. m. GRAMMAR. Fiduciary sottluiuuiila filed and or dorud iny over thirty lnB for ox cujitlons: J. r. ltonuy, dmr. R 11 Hlmw ustntc, J. 11. Wmlo Kuqrdlan of Ooylo Wailo. Still with Ut. Ah. Mrs. Stubbs (remlnlscently) for the good old days, Johnl Mr. Stubbs What old days, Marial Mrs. Stubbs Why, the days of oui grandparents when there were si many brass knockers. Mr. Stubbs H'ml Maria, there ar plenty of knockers around now and all of them seem to have an abundance o fbrass. Practical Leneflts derived from Us study. Why the most difficult subject to teach. Educational valuo. (1) In discipline of the logical faculties. (2) In interpretation of thought. (3) Mrs. II. C. narrott and children will leave Saturdny for their homo in Dawson, Ga. In expression of thought. CIVIL GOVERNMENT. The Mississippi River Is lower now than It bos been for some time. It Is only 9 feet on the Cairo guoge, but rising slowly. Objects of study. Duty of school to Stato. How securo hotter citizenship Miscellaneous Business. Adjou nnient. in Kentucky. Unchanged In tho quality of my work, but on account? of building, I wns compelled to move my location and na thoro Is no lot up town, I havo moved my studio to Walker' corner In Wost Hickman. Thoro you MBBftmmwmBBBBaaaaBaaaai will get tho best Photos ever mndo aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaT Clma. Hill wns appointed overseer In town and for a short tlmo only. of tho 7th section of Stato road. Do it now Dy Olsh. H, Wilson returned to his homo J. R. M Hansom wns appointed ndniln" nt Martin, Wednesday, after a visit btrntor of tho estate of Poto Oou-goDo a little advertising. with hla brothor, Rev. 0. W. Wilson. doceased. r, Appralso bill of tho estnto of Dr Jno. S. Gardner, of Fulton, wna confirmed and ordered recorded. A now road wub ordered opened to tho fa rm b of Clma. mul Ijhh 11a- con to bo known n tho Mud Creed rond. J. W. Elks was appointed ovorseor or tho Kirk road. ? - J - iWhfriFijn.sp4iri jfm.n HICKMAN COURIER AND MEMPHIS fu Hulton county will print II you that w noro iocim uow njr VI COMMERCIAL-APPEA- L BOTH ONE YEAR FOR SI.2S A BLUE MARK ?OLKS HOW L1VI1IO oilier pniwriii iuii IVI1IIVA """ THE HieKMHN eOURIER. thj Cammarcial Wagon up tho Hill at Success. ThB Courier HERE mead that your s.b expired Kanevr promptly If you want tba paper to coma to you after tbU month iub-erlptl- K Jdvartislng la the Ttiam that Palis has a Spankin' pood Team. DreasB the Rxles at Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HO. 17 VOLUME OMH'.BT PAPER IK WEBTERN IEHT00IT til HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1910. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 18B1 HO.auiO AS JOBBING CENTER. Hnrly In ttn career Hlckmnn net out to bo a very considerable Jobbing iunil freight transfer point. Tim lino of tho Nashville, Chattanooga ami Ht IahiIs, which runs In liuru, was originally built largoly by tho subscriptions of lllckniim people and by : their strung efforts to mako the buck romiin' servo a a feeder nml bring good uu'n from JNastivllla to the rhcr noro Hut tho Illinois Control cut across and proved to bo mi out- lot instead of an lulul nnd dwtroed much of the ancient business of the ilty TiiU U u condition whicn tno MSubulpl Valley Transportton Com pany will correct. fav-ombl- o NEGRO BEATS UP BOY. PAID $144.50 - FINE. a You Have a Chance TO SAVE MONEY BY MAKING ' YOUR PURCHASES NOW 11 4 J. T- Seat, who went on I'rathor Wells, n well known young mnu of this city and a son of Mrs. n rampage In thin city last Thursday J O. Ilynii. was benten up In a brutal morning whllo Intoxicated, submitted his onxe In Judge Ilemley's court manner by n nogro lu tho Jail nt Friday. Tho account of It an given by tho l'mlucnli pnpor Is as follows: Tho attempt of two trusties at thu county prbton to Industriously per form tho somo duty nt noon Tliurri-day- . resulted In I'rathor Wells. SO yenrs old, mi undersized youth, being badly batturod by Jim Howard, alias "Djersburg," a negro modeled llko Johheon, nnd weighing ISO (Miunils, Who uwd n hmy atavo lifter. 4 v' : Katurdny and was fined $141 SO Sent wax charged with flourishing a pistol nnd shooting same at random. Included (lie forcing of The gun-plaHep. y. 8. Moore, at the point of a revolver, to hand over $4& which WtlU was critically wounded nnd vomited blood from tho terrible blows rwcolveri on the breast and back wh-Hickman will bo put on a Tory bants of ratus from Nw Or-- 1 tho giant negro swung on the frail I mm, Memphis and 8t. loul. Job- white youth with the heavy Iron bnr bers will get manufactured good froi Well In sorvlng six months as the 8t tout ut wholesale ou a lory low result of Irregularities with govern rate and wholesale groceries, such umnt money while acting as clerk In as salmon, sugar ooffeo and otlmr thw Jim Howard Hlokman post offlc items from New Orloans on an eiiall tho nogro, stole a ctmt and vest aud job low rato, and will bo nblu to Doth wait sentenced for six months them to all point ou the N. C. & prisoners aro noarlng the end of their bt h between Hickman and Hollow terms. ItotV, at muoli lovior raton than tho Wells has buun a splondld trusty big cities north aud south can roncli for (wtvernl weeke, while Howard al these places. ways serves under gunrd. With tho now road to Dyersburg. Kni knowing that Wells wan In tho uu additional feeder Is opened up. Dresden, Martin, kltoheu cutting meat for dinner. Turn 8f.it claimed wna due him from Mr But such towns as key Cartfl, who was upsUlrst Mr Scats little Ubleau lulou City, Fullou, MoKeinlu. Hunt- sent Walter to the kitchen to serve Moore llowurd nunc to an end when rollcemsn Ham tery rich counington. Pru, and the Witter arrived. by made u oaring rush, overpowertry turroundtiii; thoso towns will bo us butcher. When the busy with the task. ed aud unarmed him. Mr. Mooro In n way ho found Woll mado tributary to Hickman beHoward made preparations to prcwucuto Seat bfor rouclmd. longed told Wolls that the Job In wnUb It has to him aud when the white for "holding him up," but withdrew It is not Urn IMviiUmi of the Hlm lad reented It. Howard struck him tho warrant There's not a bettor hip ComPfmy to MiuMlwh through with ttla flat and seising the stove fellow ou earth than Jim when ho l juWe and litough bills or ludlHg with lifter, began swinging on WelUV head sober, and he assures a Courier man thu interior towns, but to put a ro- and lxxly. lllita Sweeney, a trusty that we will never see him any othoming agent on the dock and thus who Is chief cook, fled upstalni and er way again. forward matter frotu Htckmun dock sjave the alarm. Jailer Henry Hoimer luto the lulerlor by a combination ran to the kltchan and thrust his pis tol agulnst Howard's breast and baok State o! Ohio, City of Toledo, of local ratos. Thus noim of the as. Lucas County. towns can eurt aHj adtauUiB ovwr ed him off the white boy, who lay Frank J. Cheney makes oath that llirkinati bv thruUtfll btlllHft. Th on the blood smeared floor. A secon Is senior partner of the firm of in ighl ha to atop olf horn anyhow, later Turnkey Cartee arrived and Ho- ho J. Cheny Co., doing business In F. bo an eouvculuiil for tho ward was pushed. Into the corridor of the City of Toledo, County and Stato and it will fire" "Jail. aforesaid, and that said firm will pay retailer lu Uiihio o1Hs to buy thtr tho negro section of tl... Bum nf ONE HUNDRED DOLr goods on local shipment from Hick-ma- n IAHS for each and every case of as to bother about the lung haul Do you know that nn odltor or a Catarrh that cannot he curcu ty me for lh' same price. reporter for a newspaper can In uso of ilall'a Catarrh Curo FltANK can greatly his rounds stop and auk a hundred J. CHENUV. Merchants In Htckmau Sworn to before mo and subscribed facillialo this business by coming for- persona "What Is tho news?" And In my presence, this Gth day of Decward promptly to supiHrt th now ninety out of tho hundred will reply. ember, A. D. 1880. A. W. Oleason, Notary Tubllc (Seal) lino and they will find that tlmlr "Nothing apodal" and yet fifty out Hall's Catarrh Curo la taken courtesy will be repaid by the effort of that number know something that aud acts directly ou tho of tho now Company to help tlmm If not found In the noxt paper will l.1.A.t nnd mitrmia nurfnppB of the them greatly and disappoint system. Send for testimonials free out in thulr business. Address r. J. uiirjwtii k. vu., thorn more, mid perhaps makes them Ohio. madder than horuots. Don't bo Sold by all druggists, 7Cc. The School of Music. to let the newspaper man know Take Hull's Family Pills for Persons desiring u full course lu or 1'ubllc lu V.cni nod Instrumental Kchool music will enjoy unexcelled I in Uio Wostcrn .S'er-uiaoportunltloa Tako your produce to C. II. Mooro. LYRIC SATURDAY NIQHT. Write for special Information. Addresa II. II. Cherry, IlowllnBOruoii, Ky. n SUMMER DRESS GOODS WASH SUITS AND DRESSES WASH GOODS AND LAWNS OXFORDS AND SHOES All Offered at Reduced Prices. SMITH & AMBERG S CURRENT Yes, Annie, and little 2x4 polltlalns still refer to themselves asjl "statesmen." Solah. ward-heelers COMMENT We owe It to the community in which we Hvo to do everything we can In every way posslblo that will be to Ps advantage. Our neighbor's prosperity means a great deal more to us than someone's who lives elsewhere. We should bear this in mind In buying our goods. We can afford to pay our homo man a firm price for his warea rather than send our money away, knowing as we do that every dollar our own citizen makes will help In sustaining our schools, churches and publla Institutions. It pays richly to patronize home industry. Millers must stop bleaching -- flour, pending adjudication by the higher courts or stand criminal prosecution for each shipment made In Interstate commerce, according to a decision reached In Washington at a conference between officials of tho Departments of Agriculture and Justice. uor Postmaster Stephens formulates tho following rulos for tho benefit of his patrons and that jou may know what ybt) may exact: No lottors given out unl they have been received. If you duii't get a letter or a paper ou the day you expect It havo the postmasto look through all the boxes and down tbe cellar also. It ought to bo there somewhere and he likes to hunt for it jui to pleoso you. It your friend dnJHr write, rave at tho po&tmaster. Hefaflrf'blarne . If ho tells you no, put on a grieved look and say there ought to be some. Ho Is probably hid ing your mall for the pleasure of having you call for It. Ask him to look again. If you are buying stamps make him lick them and put them on, that's his business. Wo do not laugh enough. There is nothing more pleasant to tho car than tho morry laugh of a hapy, Joyous person, and nothing drives away gloom and caro like a good, hearty laugh. Laughter and good humor make a happy, pleasant homo and a, cheerful bright home Is tho greatest safeguard against the temptations for tho young. Parents should guard against this and spare no pains to make homo a cheerful spot. Of courso if you nro contemplating going to Bohool this fall you aro think-iiif- f and planning for It now, nnd that Is right. It Is nono too soon to bogln to inako nrrangomonts and to cast about for a doslrablo placo. Wo gladly rofer you to Hlokman College No town In tho State has a hlghor moral tone nnd fewer objectionable features. Our school offers unsual facilities for a proper culture of mind nt a vory modorate expense, nnd you aro very cordially invited to investigate boforo deciding to go elsewhere. Hickman Is Just the right bIzo town to settle down In and enjoy life. Everything for the comfort of life can bo brought hero and $10 will go as for as $2& will In tho largo cities. When you want to leavo tho farm, come to our town and build a nice comfortabl homo and be among tho beat people In the world. Tho farmer who owns a farm Is tha particular person who Is fixed. Banks may fall and factories close, workmea strike, merchants fall and town burn, times may be panicky and even crops may be short but tho farmer who owns his acres will get along. He will live In comfort and quiet, with plenty to eat, drink and wear. He is tho most Independent man on earth. Yet thcro ore lots of them who do not appreciate their situation. 10-IfJ- l. SUNDAY WEDDING. Pointer tfo. 2 fl Latter day banking methods provide n certain encour, agement to depositors. CJ ypung people of thui city was quietly toarrled Sunday morning at tho residence of and by County Judge W. A. Naylor. Tho wedding camo as quite a aurpriso to tho frlonds of the Goo A. Weatherly and Mini Audrey WlBKlna, twv populur and veil known contracting parlies. Mr Wenlherlv la a SOU of JllO. It Weatherly, tho conorcto man, nnd was reared In this city. Ho holds n good poalllou that of electrician with the Hlokman Ice & Coal Co.. nnd is nu Industrious, huatllng young man. The brldo Is a daughter of Mao the. family coming to this v'ic..ii city from Dukedom, Tenn., about four years ago. During UiIh time Mrs. Wenthorly has made muny friends In Hickman, and Ib a charming lltUe lady, llero'a our best wishes. Mm. II. T. Davl Joaato Mlssefl and Annlo Outten nnd IL 11 There never was a time in the hislory of banking when it could not be urged with good reason that a bank account secured the greatest safety for the protection of funds nnd arranged, at the same time, the mosl convenient method of paying out the same in ths settlement of bills and accounts. J Next to the wife, beater comes tho horse beater, and It is to be regrct-e- d It Is Bald that a goose drinks water wo havo one or two in this good ono hundred times a day but wo've community. A horse is tho most somo in Hlckmau "who" don't drink nob'o aud faithful of beasts and the water at all. man who would abuse his horso has something lacking In his manhood. Tho road to success Is paved with good advertisements. Como In the Eleven years ago tho Democratic wnter's flno. party lu Kentucky worshipped Bill uoeoei, anu now it is aominaicu aim Course In Agriculture. damned by John Whallen, who was Tho Western Kentucky State Nor one of those who most rojolccd at Qoebel's foul taklng-off- . Who Is a mal School offers a pratlcal course In Kentucky, anyhowT Democrat of study In Elementary Agriculture Demonstration nnd actual work done on school farm. Teachers will hav an opportunity to prepare for tea' u A man never realizes tho Is Ing tho subject. Great opportunities of woman bo much as when ho sowing on a button without a thimble, offered young men who expect to pushing the needle against tho wnll t mnko farming a life work. Courso Write for get It half way through and pulling begins Sept. 0, 1910. IL H. Cherry P through the other half by hanging information. Address President, Bowling Green, Ky. on to it with tho teeth. This is pertinent. ontortnned Johnson and wife at last Wednesday C o'clock dinner evening. through the influence of a distribution of its ittock by a neighborhood representation on its Board of Directors, and by a remuneration to that class of depositors who are persistent in its Savings Department a bank may be an important faclor toward the encouragement of thrift in the community, and put into circulation, at the same time, for the use of the accredited borrower, the funds that arc now kept in secret hiding places or IJ But now, invested away from home. J One of tho Courlor'o farmer friends n says about as good way to study as any-I- s when you aro nnture driving on tho public road. If a man Is willing to obscrvo tho laws and tho courtesies of tho road, ho will duly give his Bharo of It when moot ing another, nnd shows ho la willing to do tho uentlemnnly thing about It. nut when you meet one who tnkes every advantage of those ho meets, and holds tho road for his own selfish seir, often to tho great discomfort of thoso ho meets, or will not allow them to pass, wo oro almost suro to think of pork In connection with such drivers of teams. Wo havo somo of this typo In Fulton county. hu-ma- Do You Believe in a Greater Hickman Back your judgment with your money. i 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 TRADfi WITH YOU Tho school coiibub for tho year 1907 showed &98 Bchool children In tho Hickman district. This year wo have 71211 gain of 114. In 1907 Fulton had C72, thl year C28. Cuyco had Hend C9, now they have 02; Modrld 123, now 103. FOR SALE: Good on. II. II. Mangold, log wag- The Peoples Bank begs to announce the final comple- gratifytion of its plans, and to say also that it is indeed ing to mark the intense intercut that has been manifested in its organization. In advertising always say what you believe, If you wish people to believe what you say. "Bill Head" sounds good to us an prder to print a thousand or two, but not when we're speaking of tho Governorship of Kentucky. RUSSELL JOHNSON 3t nsbmMmiiu .ygaflggy BSSlsSSTSS frM, jTiaaggffWiW8WSiiiPP '.sa m. i. Mt WILL DENY E Let Strauss E)rolfers QfTAfxGz lir & SPAIN 'S NEGHBOR THAT IS THE PRESENT PjLAH OF CRIPPEN DEFENSE. Finding of 8ome Human Body All the Evidence Prosecution Has. le PREPARES FOR RADICALS, IR Do You Know What This Name Stands For? INTERNATIONAL We nErrti to votm Fall and Wintek Suit and OvcnroAT. You'll surely be pleased with the superior style the the jwrinanent and satisfactory sen-icdistinctive quality of And you'll bo astonished nt the clothes you will receive. the reasonableness of the prices. Let us demonstrate. e E. R. ELLISON Local Representative! jTAVLORbPJ i ltlt ll )l Old it it i t i 1K--1 1 lM f l 3CG Citizen Gone. Kentucky Fair Dates Nicholasvllle, August 30 3 days. Fern Creek, August 30 I days. Hardlnsburk, August 303 days. Barbourvllle, August 312 days. Florence, September 6 3 days. Montlcello, September days. Hodgenvllle, September 6 3 days. Falmouth, September 284 days. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, September 126 days. Cato Davis, one of the oldest citizens of the county, died at his home at Woodland Mills, on Monday evening, Aug. IS, 1910, of general decline. Mr. Davis was nearly bS years of age. Mr. Davis was born In VirgtnU tho traditions of the Virginian, lie cauiu to Clarksville, Twnu., ju 1M7, leaing with a company of 3C forty-niner- s for California. There he remained for soeu years, returning to Tennebsee and locating at Woodland Mills In ls5ti. In U57 he was united In marriage to Miss Mary Lawson, sister of Judge A. J. Lawson, of Union City. Kieton children wero bom and ten reared to maturity. Of these six survive with tho widowed mother as follows; 1. 11 Davis, of Nashville; W. 1 Dls, Luiou City; Cato Davis, Woodland Mills, Mhs. U. D. JunMus, lUpley, Ttnn.; lUpley Davis, Garland, Texas; John C. Davis, Hoswell, N. M. 63 and Inherited Hickman needs more residences and more business houses. At least a half dozen men bavo como to this city during the past two months looking for a business location. The only reason we haven't more stores and various linos of business la that there aro no buildings to be had. It would not only help tho town, but would be worth while to Individuals who own good lots to put up some good business houses. Hickman Is a growing town. Don't be afraid to invest your monoy here. London. Aug". 33. From Solicitor Arthur Newton, attorney for Dr. H. H. Crippen, who is now en route from Quebec to London, was obtained the first outline of Crlppcn's defense. SITUATION IN PORTUGAL Emotional appeals to tho jury, tsuaU ns figure In American courts, Newton declared, will not be raitde. Krom his standpoint, tho case appears substan Cabinet Premier Issues Secret Orders tially as follows: to Minister of War to Guard Fragments of a human body wero Against Civil Conflict-Tro- ops dug up in the collar of tho bouio of Aro Disaffected, Dr Crlppon. Tho pollco say tho bricks undor which the so fragments were found had recontly been disturbed, but expert ovldenco will bs Lisbon, via Frontier. Aug. 21 S forthcoming that it is Impossible for orot orders werti issued to Mathrvs aujouu to dutermlno this point, as- Nunos, minster of war, by Senor suming that the bricks had beon Un- rao, the premier, after a conference touched for as long as a month. with King Manuel. It was reported Dr. I'cppor. tho government analyst, somt aftkially the orders related to has stated that bo has Idcntllled the tho suppression of the present unros., remains as those of a woman, but Dr. and prottarattotts to pat down any up Marshall, who conducted tho post rising by the clericals or by tho remortem, tostltled before tho coroner publicans. With both sides armed, that ho could not swear as to the the situation In Portugal Is as serl Question of sex. and It U doubtful if ous as U bus been in tho Spanish Dr. Pepper's belief can be substantial - crisis, and bloodshed la feared. od under A report wan circulated that the The police expect to make much of ministry had derided to introduce Into the fact that Crippen Is known to parliament radical electoral reforms. have pawned Jewelry belonging to his j which have been expected since tho wife after her disappearance, but the ' cabinet, composed of presrossivas, defense, Newton says, will show that was formed lst December, ha was for years constantly pawning i The outlook for the general elec and redeeming this Jowelry. tlons to be held Sunday i mt tsaa- As to tho significance of Crlppen's suriBK In view of the governiaeat'H flight with Miss Leneve, his typist, secrecy, and measures to preserve orthe defense will point out that it was der. It is believed the rusaored plans perfectly natural for the doctor. In for a clerical uprising will eome to view of his wife's admittedly mysa head then. terious disappearance, to feel that ho Three-CtrntrtFight Is Expected. was under suspicion, and that It was d fight woahl ineviA by no mesne surprising for him to tably follow any attempt on the part shrink from a police Inquiry. The conseuxus et legal opinion here of the clericals to overthrow the a reaaoHe. Is that unless the pollco have k far movement and establish stronger chain of erldence than has The extreme radicals wottld fight la opposition to clerical domibeen indicated, the court will actually nation. order the release of Crippen. The gravest daaior lies In the tilt affection of a Urge part of the tree It has bee asserted utany regtmaaU PILE8I PILC8I were affiliated In sympathy with Uh Williams' Indian Pile Olntmont, will radicals, the republicans belDg parcure Blind. Bleeding and Itching Pilos ticularly strong among these officer It absorbs the tumors, allays Itching This factor Is regarded In the semiat onco, acta as a poultlco, gives In- official world as as offset to any advantage may have obstant relief. WllMams' I'ilo Ointment tained. the clericals la prepared for Plies and Itching of The conMneancft of the dispute with tho private parts. Sold by Hickman the Vatican remains a source Of grout Drug; Co, EOc and $1. Williams' Mfg., anxiety, inflaming OatheMts the Co.. Props.. Cleveland, Ohio. agaiust the king and the eaWnet i ! J d three-cornereMt-terl- CLERICALS AND GOVERNMENT FORM TRINITY OF DISSENSION. f? im r I ft Hi 111 (Ml 1 TAILORING CO. New York end Chicago It stands for the highest quality clothes sold at the lowest made-to-measure r"7T WM , WfWm ft tssssftr flai sssssssssssssA prices-POSITIVE- LY. By making the finest clothes the International built up tho most gigantic tailoring business in America and their reputation demands that thoy shall go on doing so. mil r ji aaaVJ saV JWf jm Saaanan. mBjI v Insure yourself by getting your work done by the best house in the trade. "Seeing is believing". Sec the fabrics-s- ec the prices-s- ee the all-w- ool styles-SE- E US. Millet & Alexander .1910 Tax Rates, Buried by Negroes, Tho Memaaia MnaUey .say : It was reported last week that Miss Virginia Davis, of Cayee, was married. No truth in the report. Mies Davis is not guilty. Gordan Uloe was hore from Pulton Monday. Services wero held at tho homo in Woodland Mills and the remains interred at a alum. Km. Newbill was m charge of the services . You can't shoot through some steak sold in Hickman, but that Is not tho kind sold by the Hickman Grocery Co. If you want beter meat, give them a trial; it costs 0 per oent less. ADVANCE DISPLAY OF If you receive a Bauple copy of the Courier, It Is an invitation to subscribe for it. As a special inducement to thobe who aro not taking the Courier, and in order to get you acquainted with it, wo offer It to you from now until Jan. 1, 1911, for only 25c. This is much cheaper than either borrowing or stealing. Leavo your name, or tho name of soma friend, your address, and 25c at tho office and we'll do the rest. This applies to new subscribers only . I guarantee all plumbing and tinning I do. If the work don't como up right and I can't you out-tal- k NEW FALL SUITS Wlthoat the arreeoc of lil-- r t Ian howae to eHnxMa tae brw oeata, aaa wlihtast o much f i tony a 'trom aaet to dat ami a to aaaoa." oat the haatte of tot ecaary nogro wknt have t " tract far the aurtal of tho dead fr the leoal UaKrti Statea .Marine H pttal. the tKMly of W. II. Val 4 K saniann oa a MtaalsataH rt-- r et, uhoee hmas le ta Koatacky. tin lUrkamaa school Hostrtrt, toe oa frostt tho hoennal si I the JIM. to Ha last earthly rmtu, IltakJBaa Scaol Motrtct. J Lot pott. la fataet Hill Cowmtory . If your groceries Rural School Tax. lie oa the 11 have not proven Toe requtai and the laot sad rli entirely satisfactory try trading with Raral SVaool aoll tax, 11 of the oea4 arrv aveoat frusn thi C. II. Moore. Leve tax. Me oa tho $lo The tax hooka are now la Sheriff faaeral- It funeral It amy a reli.-- i It aaa rathrr a Kne la wnku a H. C. lUee. of Wee's Shoe Store, Johaeoa's aaaoa. aaa early aaymoat is In the St Lottie market' thta week of saase ss raoaeate by hlat See whit saaa. nith the dark plumes tr a aeath aoMlag m ate btxty. bulng new fall and winter goods. hie notlre elsewhere In this papr taken to a loaetj In the uetii. aa4 taerv oaastl Into an n rav kaowa by aoaroos As ih Iohs of ih- - valley rattled hjx.ii patia fofflu no fooltag of loavltic stole Into the heart of any byetand ere. Had whew tho heea tf earth rouadod over Ma hody, no toar dronaoil aaoa tho now Htade grnr The tax rate ks slightly higher that year than hum, the reoatt of two lalaas Firs: The roomy rate le a little la exeeaa ew aocowat of use rosMl tax. out toe wooer hi wall peat. Seeooa For Stout eoreeees. toe 8tat? Board raler oar rote per ataay other coenueo tot nt Hero a raise of to H per are your tax rates. State. UeiMlM tie. Oaaatjr. tor oo too (too PoD Tox. II M 0mMrelal ApMi . r re. i. (r. att We invite the inspection of every lady in this vicinity who wishes to acquaint herself with the New Fall Models. We do honestly believe that a more beautiful line of advanced styles was never before shown in Hickman, at the prices The NHdortakors wa have Uv etm wMh ta Marine Ilesnlul & Jitraor. Hegraee They i awardod It hwt year. In competition with other underuklag eetnWUh meals of the city who had hid fur the contract tract That la the first owe that i known in Mrmnhle whore a whit.-mahas own burled by horto timlor tahert, and the few who knew of tbM Instance and nr reHilnded of the contrnrt which line been plaod In the hnntht of neisroos rosent the Idea of handling the bodtee of while peoplo. The aulhnritlM Ht tho hoepllnl wty thai it la a curernment tnnllcr. and that tho are Instructed to plneu the coHtntet with Ike loweet bidders, re xardleos of color. Want's relative live nt'IIIokmnii. . and did not know of hie danger-oucondition until the crisis had passed nnd he was dead. Ky s wo will cheerfully just do tho Job over like any other plumber. Cotton. 8.50 to 25.00 We are also showing: IK Our mill is running every day. You will not be disappointed if you come to our mill for shingles. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. s when, people want anything they look In tho newspapers to get It. If they want the services of a painter, a carpenter, a plasteror, a plumber, or any other mechanic or tradesman, they expect to find a card In tho paper. They look for It. If thoy find one the advertiser gets a Job. Judicious advertising pays. Now-a-day- New Fall Woolen Dress Goods SCHMIDT THE TAILOR. TTYTTTTVTTYTTYTTTYTTTTTT WHY NOT TRY T Popham's ASTHMA REMEDY Gives prompt and positive relief In every case. Sold by Tho Hickman Drug Co, price SI. Trial package by mall, 10c. Williams Mfg. Co., PropB., Cleveland. AAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAS, Cotton Suitings, Ginghams Calicoes, Percales and Shirtings BALTZER & DODDS DRY GOODS CO. INCORPORATED SSfev Wost was taken to tho hospital nuvurul weeks ngo, nnd placed under treatment for stomach trouble, hut two days beforo his death symptoms of an abscess In tho skujl cavity nnd tho nuthorltlos stnted yestordny thnt It was thulr intoiiilon to opornto as soon ns ho wns nhlo to stand it. but Hint ho grow worse so swiftly that ho died within two days aftor tho nbscosu wan discover ed. Nowb of his death wns communicated to his sister, whoso address 1 ad boon glvon by Wost at It. K. D. No. 1, Illckmnn, Ky. They havq not heard from hor in response to their nnnuuncomont. E. It. Ellbton is In St. Louis this llll week looking for moro sensational imrgaltiH for his Now CnHh I a clnCli ho'll find them. Store. -- Jjr- &mtwM &wwm T Eg HE good dresser, who enjoys restful satisfaction in wearing clothes made to his measure, as he wants them, will find for Fall and Winter 1010-191- 1 a carefully studied portrayal of the most acceptable lasnion ideas or the season, at our store. & Wets Take an Appeal, rmm::sn.m ,A Jk v-L- i Ji 3 tfJ jfl "j i 1 ! I . - Of probably greater interest to you, however, will be ED. V. PRICE & CO'S. large and magnificent assortment of new Woolens that is being shown by us and which is the most comprehensive display to be seen anywhere in this community Tho wetB in KuIIou'b Local Option held July 21, lout by 17 votes. They nt once filed a petl MX K3 tlon to Lave the election contested VS and a hearing was to be bad Mon day before Judgo W. A. Naylor. Esq J W Williams and Esq. A. M. Shaw The attorneys in chargo of the case came over and got a formal dismissal of it with tho privilege of taking nn appeal. So the matter will come up in circuit court noxt month. No proof was submitted in tho lower court. NK1&3 (TMB STATU'S "SHOW WINDOW") 6 Blri'Days and ISiilhts Fire Works Music For turtber Information or cataloirae, write 1 Races und Hippodrome Each Night. Horse Show J. W. NEWMAN. Smctmtary. A, il MM vl Speaking for ourselves, we can only say that our conscientious efforts during the past to make clothes that fit and satisfy the man who orders them, at a price considerably less than other tailers have to charge for equal quality, has resulted in making us the acknowledged leaders in our trade. We would appreciated the opportunity of making your Fall and Winter clothes, and recommend that you have your measure taken at an early date You may be sure we will handle the order with such complete satisfaction to yourself that you will decide to call us your tailers always. HERE'S ONE OF THE LATEST THINGS IN OUR Jas. Boyd and wlfo were ovor from Union City, Saturday. Mrs. Catherine Provow, of White county, Ark., and Mrs. Emly Hobin- son of Humboldt, Tenu., returned to their homes, Friday, after a visit with A. F. Oliver. T. H. TnnkorBloy Obion, Saturday. was here from JsHlss1''"''4" IF you are in the market for anything in the motor boating line, Kn.-ilaunch, to A ".. romnlete.. readv to iii&i lium a l:U t5uw mntniknock-dow- n forms, we can take care of your requirea set of ments to best advantage. It will pay you to sec us before placing your order for anything in the motor boating line. r- "" - - WE ARE AGENTS FOR FERRO MARINE IN FULTON CO., KY., AND MISSISSIPPI ENGINES CO., MO. M( Hiram M. Floyd, the oldest man In Hickman county, died at his home GL)$ MOORE, Hickman, ky near Clinton, Sunday, nt the advanc-o- a Hawes von Gal Hats There's Distinct Style and Class to these. KAIS ago of 92,'Joncral debility was tho causo of his death. He leaves several children and other relatives In Clinton. WANTED TO DOItnOW: $2000 for i or C years on good Union City prop orty worth 17000; gilt edgo security. 31p Apply at Mils office Tolephono dlrootory In this Issue. In tho wood a beautiful holo in tho ground, r pecks and tho where tho bumblo-bo-e bums and tho straddle-bstraddles around. Ho la no good to the city push; too unpractical, stingy and dead, but he wants Uio whole earth, and all of Its crust and tho stars that shlno ovcrhoad. Then hustle him off to tho bumble, boos roost and bury him deep In htu ground; ho is of no use hero, get him out of Hie wa, and make room for the man in wood-peckeu m Service and Safety We offer you r R.ICB IN'C'ORI'IIOATKD 3.00 D. G. Co. s Si wSj ft FAMOUS W Baltzer & Dodds ELM liury the croakers out &mm8$z TREE IS GONE OIL FOUND IN mmssss&SBWi&L ILLINOIS safety for your funds. We want your banking business, and whether your account be large or small, we will extend every consistent banking accommodation and will protect your interests It is with the same care and fidelity that we apply to cur own to receive and safeguard deposits ; to loan mouey our busioess counon proper security ; to transmit money to other cities and tries; to collect notes, etc., and, in general, to render every institufinancial service within the scope of a modern banking to you. tion. Come in and see us when we can be of seivice a complete banking service and provide absolute Branch of Fimoui Elm Undr Driller Make Rich Strike at Two Which Pnn Made Traty With Thoutand Ftct Deep Nine Miles Indian PUnttd In 1812. From Greenville. Greenville. III., Aug. S3. The Oil company drifted Into oil land at tho Drown' Mill well, nlno miles west of Oreenvlllo, with remarkable success, as shown by the rolumo of oil brought to the surface Sample of the oil, struck at 3,000 feet, were brought to drcenvllle and ibow a superior grade. The rope on the bailer shows tho hole had filled up to a depth of 136 feet at the time tb bailor as drawn from the hole. Tho pressure Indicates a strong low Pro-sucer- a' PTyuEyiifjMiMBB j aj3.u Philadelphia. An Interested crowd the othr afternoon watched tat destruction of onn of Philadelphia's old landmark! on Tolfth trM abovo Chettnut. tho gigantic eltn tr which ha for ycara baded th yard of tha Ftienda' meettnic hotue, and which haa a pedigree aocond to none la Philadelphia. Tha old elm wu a branch of tho faroou Pnnn treaty elm In under which William Peas with the Indiana. toado hla Two other largo tree which hat been grown from tho Ponn treaty elm are at the Prnnarlranla hospital and Bwarthmore collegn. The old tree oa Twelfth street wm planted In 181. when the surrounding neighborhood bore a truly rural aspect. It wa for many year remarkable for Its max nlflcent foliage, but since the erectloa of the adjacent hlgb buildings It ceased to thrive, and recenUy ahowd tsarVs of decay. A short time ago a heavy branch fell to the street, making a large hole In the sidewalk, and tt was deemed necessary for tho safety of podee-trito remove entirely the old Kaa-alnsto- ..vr; i i o a that U Bound. 111 IN i M-JL- w IE" FarlsNalfeh returned Saturday from an extended tour of Oklahoma and Texas. FOIt RENT: Nice, now house, good neighborhood. Apply to Geo .Woathorly, at Hickman Ico & IP Coal Co. three-roo- m Capital and Surplus, K. T. TVLHR, Preet. $65, 000.00 JOHN PVLIi. W. C. RHEI). Caihler A.a'tCa.hler (: yrmvwgmvN Buy Ice Coupon Books AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL 5 a M. L. Long, of In town Sunday. Jackson, Tenn , was Illinois Lad Wading Drowns. Princeton. Ind . Aug. 33 Milton O. Kreb. 20, son of L. W. Krebs of Mount Carmel. UL, was drowned while wading In White river at Kelly ripple The boy was a member of the Bob White club, camping hem. Eirthquakts Ix)wll, Mass, mors In New England. Aug 21. Earth tres. accompanied by heavy rum-bllna- cauied consldsrablo alarm in this city aaf surrounding towns. The shonks lattsd several seoonda but Ha no dasisge. lUtuombor wo hnvo moved luto tho Harry building. Plumbing & Tinning. tompo-rarlly A spoalal from HurlluRton, Iowa, arya: The MlsslaalpiU river sltu;o la oiMrbalf Indh bolow the low watar mark of ISCi and U now at tho low ost point evor known. For the first r steam, tluio In tho hlatory of boating, regular through packoU nre unablo to get above Fort Madison. Althcuch I old rd swear no mor of yora A 1 had aworn In day cams Ilka rain Altliouch temptation To apur ma on to wonla profana, I did not mak myaalt aahamed Of vn aaylnr: "I'm no on on earth And yet and Spoke of my nawar moral warta. WhyT Thoro was a day, not many yearB gone, whon tho traveling man who could drink tho most liquor could sell tho most goods, and of course command tho highest salary. But the world Is becoming wiser, and the salesman, today, who drinks liquor at all, is not wanted even at the very lowost price, night, too. Whiskey and business wero never Intended to go hand in hand. No ice will be charged. Iect 't l" N T. A. Stark returned from a buslnesa trip to Martin, Friday. Between Seymour Lnno LOST: and Hickman, last Friday evening, brown suit case, "Jnnu McConnell" written on tag. Ileturn to this of- ltp flco. G. E. Wnggonor, of Cnruthorsvlllo spout Saturday In Hickman. SS fS 5 Although I banned tha fat clear That hltharto ray nervea would mar, And aald no mor ahouid I ba ataa A orlnglng- - alava to nlrotlna. Nobody took m by tha hand S tft And callad Brownsville. Nobody came and pralacd noticed It. Noody WhyT rrand, my conduct rr treat my rrit and g ! . 1. .1. .11 i i you, ior they will be cnargeci wun cacn uou., u..u will have to account for the ice they take out for de- livery. This rule will not apply to soda fountains, butch- i er shops, hsh docks and other large users or ice, as their accounts will be on file at our office. 1 -- The drivers will either col- cash or coupons. . won t expect ineiii iu ncuu Tu T 1 W jS, ... yj Jg .1 r-- .- g ca Murray Oaieltu, on the nppolntmont of Mott Ayura as euiploymunt ageut for Mia Stuto, says: "Mott Ayers, of Fultou, Frnnkofrt or Loulavlllo they all look nllko lo hlin hna boen nppolntod atato employment ngout. nl- - office crontcd especially for Mott. It pays tho nlwardly rum of $2,000 ti yoar. Tho duties of employmout take soino of tho heavy work off tho burdened shouldorB of tho .prison commissioners, v. ho labor tun hourB a month. Uy thus dividing Uio duties this will glvo tho commission nay six hours u month and four hours for tho employment ngont. Such doings as this nro wood-cock- a for the scarcity of rnll tho atWfl In Kentucky. tention of our gnino warden to tho wanton destruction of this raro fowl." e Tho Cotton nioBBoni Floating Thoa-trengagement played their second for tho year in Hickman Tuesday night, Thoy woro greeted with a packed house, und gavo ono of tho boat porfonnancofl that haa been witnessed hero for some tlmo. "Tho Tide- of Life" la an Interesting drama. - Herbert I.nngford la on tho sick FOIl SALE: Ono Phaeton, one list this week. trap with top, pol and shafts. 30p Dr. J. M. Hubbard. Theodore Claywoll, of Arkansas, visited Loo Pugo last woek. . John Muloan. commenting, In the NMUs Ira Wilson, of noar Dyers-burg- nut, listen! Iter la what I did: Twaa yraterday that I backalld I'ale wine elfr I triad thfm both And ono I breathed a harmlfi eath And Inatanly S Vj. Zk. thu word had ona Among my frlenda, and till flla on Although I ahunned tha tempting cup And vowed I would net drink It up; WhyT Of the new leaf which I had turned Although I pledged no more In wine But ald: "Tha aprlnga mild brew for mine," Nobody ever cheered my name. world went rolling on the aame. The No one on earth aeemed to have learned grope That 1 once more In darkneaa hope-W- hy And that for me tlier I no T I Hickman Ice V a, 3 Coal Co. - (INCORPORATED.) i tho Kuost of Mrs. Fannlo Smith this weok. ease. He wis reared In this coun ty and was a good oltlron with n host of frluitds. Ho was n member or. tho W. O. W. Ho leaves a wlfo and a..vnml children to mourn his loss. Funoral nervlces woro conducted at tho homo by Itev. Uuahart, after which tho remains woro taken In chnrgo by tho W. O. W. after a long Illness of might's Jnmoa Kump died Sunday night Dis- WILUUll D. NESDIT. Sovoral years ago he served as congressman from Uio First district and at tho last election was the Democratic candidate for attorney genr nl, loading his ticket by eight thousand votes. At that tlmo the Democratic party In Kentucky was terrl bly disorganized, and Mr. Hendrkk wont down In dofoat with the rt ninindor of tho ticket which was headed by S. W. Ilagur, of Ashlai d msjmgsmmwrmk AT lLfllVL-VJUIV- l t. 3dixjXj03St, avriM.rtsoj- Hon. John J. Hondrlck. of Padu call, decided to enter the race for Governor of Kontucky and Is a candidate for tho nomination. Tho We tho members of Elm Grovo, Ib woll known In this end Nof mourn with Sov. Mattlo D. ot tho stato. COURIER REALTY COMPANY Komp over tho loss of her husband. Phono No. 21 hcnrtfetl sympathy to an- - Wo offer our you Will sell that place and got pay. Dulte'B Excellence Is tho name of tho family In this, their sad bereave othor. No business, no our now, high grade flour, guaranteed ment to be the best In Hickman. Your Weep not that ho has gone, money back If not satisfied. Betters- four-rooHo is In tender care; Sam Carponter Is building a worth & Prather. Ho'b roBting in tho Saviour's arms, cottago in tho Honry Addition. No pain can roach him thoro. Work began Monday. Comtttee. L. D. Threlkold purchased this week from tho five heirs tho old Throl-kol- d Aloe Rico bought of L. D. miles southeast of Try a sack of 101 Highest Grade King farm. 2 $13.-75,tho old Porter Stubbs place, Phono town, containing 190 ncres, for & Son. near town. It contains 40 acres; tho Patent Flour. Case acre. or about $72 an No. IS. prlco uolng 3,000. In Memoriam. U rV UtCO T ffXT TD WQ KAT r -J. MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS u iouisviLL&,rar.,us.A, sen-tlema- n Samples on display at this office. , The Hickman Courier Im - FOR. THIS frXCIUSIVE hlKEt. tr- - TwniyUSIVE IOCAI AG.&XTS m Try the Courier's Want CoIumnlc per word 0, EiLuS X, -- 43. ,i0liiwm " iivtptir sr w? I IK Sulphur Springs Business -- ASK Good Music and Dancing. Free Swings. Fine Spring Water. Electric Lights, Telephone, etc. Good things to eat and drink. Ten minutes walk or nice drive. Cool, pleasant. Admission Free ivxxixBox-- . i33n.crv Thursday Night KB Directory !! I FOR RATES- - 3$i ..,,, .), lnlt4-t'- ' Heard Country Home Has Splendid On the Streets Water Supply Service This CIS WPED OT HICKMAN mml MARBLE (Huoc eiaor WORKS IMA 9 DAIRY. WOODLAWN A. H. Leet, Prop. 'l""H r--t" fly FOREST FIRES J SJ iRVhl I I KHTAIIMUIIHI) TOM DILLON, Sr to II. Prop. Do n little advertising. tl. lUinimage, dtcnutU Dust of Milk And Buttor dollvured Homo Phono No. 27. McMURRY & PICTURES Saturday night. MOVING at the Lyric RAIN IS ALL THAT CAN SAVE TIMBER LANDS IN THREE Marble and Granite All work satisfactory or money reFLAT turned. Schmidt. Attorneys s Law Fall nud winter samples aro here. Office over Hickman Drug Company Hickman, Ky. Schmidt, the tailor. RBiiiiRffiiliHM with an abundant nt Thl home I aurt witrr nnuubloibf1 ami rurM (ho roar round I hathl the oirnrr J W cn i 1 ji.r.i, N lajUlled U Una wlr upil ser. icu, louuw he 1 STATES. Monuments CURBING, STONE WORK OF ALl KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky FLEE FOR THEIR LIVES BETTERSWORTH & PRATHER Groceries City Delivery; Jerry Porter, of Clinton, urs herv the latter iwtrt of lint week. returned Saturday from Xnshvllle and McKensle. A. 15. "Best of Evcr:Mng" both phonos No. C8 Owen Kewanee System of Water Supply fc 9 Ar ttmim fitr it a J ntry te r fay tmjmytna IA vm.rts nt0 ( U ) A tnv Utter It t ufsniiiw fkat m h0ip NMM JM UiK ' 0U ta In WHh hm KwafM BfXnn th tlif eIUr r ban.! in in Krudt and tK watr U WlTml by r ovorfUiw No titir ur v4vit4 A Kcvinm Wik to or T&ftk r4M wtiAMt4j n U W KNAk pnMunv FURNITURE CO. Funeral Directors and Emcalnter. Phono SO, night or day. Hickman, Ky. HICKMAN DR. Telephone 183 for your wants lr the grocery linn. Gneo & Eon. Cypres Shingles, Si a thousand at mill. Ygtw & Kirk Shingle Co. Archer-Kennedy Jr. VrMn.' M7 XrtMt .VJmi u Jf it Fighters Fire and Homeseekers, Woodsmen Are Seeking Safety Danger ZoneRail. Deyond roads Run Relict Trains, Spokane. Wash . Aug. JJ. Twenty persons are known to be dead as a result of the forest tire within a radius of 1&0 miles of Wullace. The death list tor the entire fir wept district of coithwn Idaho Is expected to reach 100 and probably mo.e Thousands Pray fox Rain, Missoula. .Mont, Aug. S3. From every corner of western Montana and Idaho there are prayers that the weathvr bureau has forecast accurately In predicting she era. Nothing but rain can save the situation. The hundreds of ferary men who for days hare battled with the flaui-- s In tho forests arc staggering ta safety with bloodshot uyts and aihlag limbs, Inunerslnc thaiuselves In streams or burying their faces In mud for pro taction from ths maddening heat of their conquering foo. The towns of TafL Deboraia. Hco. derson and ths old part of St. Regis are In ashus The old town of Murray, la Idaho, la In danger The flames have ths uppr hand of tho situation In a seore of places. RaJa Jt the only salvation of hundreds of tnllet of timber and of many camps and small towns. Men have fought the flames to the limit of human endurance and are withdrawing from ths contest in many places. Situation at Wallace Improved. The oaly Improvement In the situation Is a,t Wallace, where tho remnant Vf the town that it left seems to be safe from Are, and at Miallaa. where tho town, which was Imminently threatened, ta believed to be safe. It It reported that Saltose, in western Montana, is also out of danger, but this may prove a bit of ovureonn-denoe- . e-- w smmmssss&zm DAILY DIET HINTS ttf iw. r. rM4 fi J. ALLOU lk. fr,frttr. le.! bwJ TMlk BfUSt. E. M. CRUTCHFIELO. Dentltt a busmen 2 has returned from trip to Riviera. Texas. power Krwaiv aimI IVmfMRf McAinry. inclwAnff iftunptffiff outiVu, mtr prrmmrm UuK lt FOCS OF EFFICICNCY. Efficiency It determined by nutrition. A good constitution, mental and physloal. If lu to upi.ior pevoc's of nutnt n by her iily, undsrstandM i these ttrms In thslr broadest snt Ths Importanst of the me"t condlttsxt and of tho various physhMl conditions ditern.mmj nutrition havs received a far share Of attention, but the ria live Importance of ellminatio has, perhaps, been mated That constipation Is a serious and a prevalent malady Is well known to evsry physl clan, and the average Intelligent layman probably knows how Important It It to avoid it by natural meant; ths fun force of ths multitude of evils covered by that mysterious word, aule4nteloatlon. It grad ually dawning upon the lay mind; but It It safa to say that nelthar professional nor layman fully realties the tremendous watte of vitality, In hMh and sickness, due to difficult elimination of the watte from suptr fluous Indiscriminately and mixed foods. akil of rigonfttfMtrr rwnpmc w Of ft r Ik tr W Davidson's old stand. Phone No. Hickman, Ky. W. C. Tohnson ami family retnruod PrWoy from Qlhson Wells, Tenn HICKMAN HARNESS CO. A. J. Wright, Manager. Fonoy Drowns and Grays nre the latatit for fall and winter. Schmidt Clols I.edford has returned from a vtaK to relative In Memphis Mlee j3 ImmJ K'ewatM Unki. JmJ isf Uij Mtk hmJ vm tism urvr 1 U.QtMJ lWWf SrrtsfM m wnttmm tut frijM. mIw Makers and Dealers In Harness. Repair Work a Specialty. rnirtnvtiitf fiM W frv KtwM MnUmi nmt trvm tTf.(i up pw wlrr fnits (mm4f4 tt 41 11L The best flour In Hickman Excellence a,t llettoraworth Quito's & Pra-tiler'- ftv rtttw HmU wisiswl m 4 PM iaI k Uksi So, tf w JUDGE WI8C. Buslnsss Philosopher. Kcvancc Wilcr Supply Cn, Kewaaec; uderti A. M. TYLER Attorney-at-Law Wayme Ileadloe, of Florence, Am., visited hta slater, Mrs. S. D. I.uten. this week. returned from a Tenn. It. A. SO Church Nw YwW City, 1212 MtrquttU DwiUms, Chkato, It). 305 DUrooml Dn BuiUinr Pitttburvh, Pa Strt Mrs. W. H. Allen and euMdren have Will practice in all Coqrts pr the otafe. v(st tp relative HICKMAN PLUMBING at AND TINNING CO. THE FUNNY SIDE. pler "Fate pays little attenUB t Life's thoroughfare," sayg Judge Wise, "but the Journey Is Jred If the Hlckan Drag C: Mtnttea yettr wants in their Hue." reeested a big, shipment of seed ombmrtm: alt the good variwtl--- ! bulk The ntlees are right IMier hurry " Wave XX1g1uu.au., Ky. Tyelr was lakl up a ftw days last wek ou account pf a sprained limb. Miss Hasel Dean DavkteOH. of Trail ton, Tenn.. Is tho gusot of Her unci, Henry Travis, am) wife. Miss Naomi Waloto .Vbw's We the Usae to now your jt titr-Rip- lit 9 Office wlti Judge B. T. Davis Is fall of funny thtit JoRm not of our maklc. each act mmd humor crfe Krer 'YwAAvvv We are Agents for the OLDEST Insurance Companies in Hickman They are companies that have been here longer than any Is your property jnsured? It is too late when the alarm sounds to think of a policy. ot.-er. Do it NOW ear way la.a m fuaay mhuo. has returned " to rrutchftcld visit to her If hard hie ha swvfrt year path, cousin, Miss Huth Klmbro. SwdSK-Uh- e a rlvsf. Oea'ristv vent to twra er wrath-Sm- ile ami Mtve yoar Nvcr. Sheriff Goaldar Johnson awl Oath ler Clarence Reed returned Saturday Bawhr f m the Mrat h3---yhfSi er mewrmorning from Hopktnsvllle. TKrtM aw t sttttM a Kul Tewanl ihe pslat that'a funny Misses Dottle Davidson and Ma gal If prfofr. earli iwu enii Rice visited Mrs. Eda Itlee neai 8ttrrn mainuirtuea, AlrtHya your runny Um Woodland Mills, laat weeks. flight la prime coadltlun. power you must hivs4i We want all the local nows. If If Ufo'i perturfaattoa, 'In you cannot see a reporter, call No. Ixst It be-- to N U la each atiuntlua. 21 Cumberland or Home phono. -- Lurnn V. IWMoa. la .S'ew TlfflM. Save frpm SI to 2 a thousand and get a better shingle dlreot frpm our FEMININE AMENITIES. mill. Yates. & KJrk Shingle Cy, plmieur Tf' rch i4 pour that com MMM lad bu the U) 4r It, ffr ttuiplcloui, Wa "Ye. mls.' boasted the chivalrous old Coloe4. "I was at the battle of Chlckamauga and as shel right hero (CvprrltM, M. ky Joaaph II kp R, T. TYLER, Agent If you don't want to buy, call and look, anyway. You might seo something you want. HJckinan Fur. Co? If we don't sell your real estate, It doesn't coat you a cent If we do, Jt only coeU you 2 per cent. The Xj33V7'X3 Courier Realty Co. Bo careful bow your clothes nre cleaned and pressed. Havo Schmidt, the tailor, to do It and bo pn the safe LAUNDRY Bradley & Parliam's .... 2 3 Blilo. ysitet leaves every afternoon Lowest Prices a gs Mrs Sam Parker and granddaugh ter. Miss Florence llarry. returned Friday from n visit to relatives In Troy and Hornboak, Tenn. After an Illness of several weeks, Mrs Lottie Warren died ut the home Of her daughter, Mrs. L--. S. Phillip. In East Fulton. Her death was duo to general debility, sho being 84 years of age. Thursday nftornoon of Iagt weok, Miss Rut(i Kmbrp ontortalned a number of frlonds in honor of hor cousin and guest. Miss Naomi Wnlston, of Crutchfiold. Hook was played. During the gnmos fudge was served, afterward brick cream and enko. Tho guosts were Misses Naomi Walston, Emma Tyler, Ellso Luten, Ruth Ellison, Noll Romlurant, Hazel Johnsou, Dora Cavltt, Blanche Holm, Hurtle Mao HI co, Llzzlo Com in, Grace Kim-qroMend allies John Moncham, F. M. Case, Carl Schmidt nnd Sudo Nalfeh. $ Qver Illness Power Don't criticise your doctor because medicine prescribed by him fails to have the desired effect. The prescription may haye been Rood, but the ingredients dispensed poor. Give the doctor a fair show by taking his prescriptions to a druggist who makes a point of dispensing only pure drugs of right potentcy drugs that have the power to overcome illness. Tested drugs only are used here, and skilled pharmacists do the compounding. You should have the best procurable when combating sickness. r, Qish ' Book Store The situation la especially serious the densely timbered country along Man's IneeflsUttnajr. the lines of tho Milwaukee's western "Yes," said the woman lw seme-tim- e extension ; hero the railway hat sufthinks aloud. tl's a fast." YotH fered tremendous loss from Are in the "What's a fact?" we queried. very region where snowslldes wrought "That a wan who growls about his havoc all last wlntor. Ilrldgos have wife's cooking at hows will cheerfolly been burned and little stations wiped eat any old thlog when he's ear.tntg," off the map. answered the ttotsy female thinker. Wherever posilblo the railway company has brought tho men to safety THEN HE WENT HIS WAY. In apeelal trains. Two rascua trains on tho Milwaukee sped toward Missoula with about (00 people aboard. There Is another on tho Northern Pacific Coeur d'Alene branch with 3S0 women, and eblldren taken from the turned twn of St. Regis, and a ascend Is following. Unless there are more men In Isolated positions In the woods than Is believed to be the case, the lots of life In this section will not be great. The men In tho forest service gangs ro in charge of experienced woodsamHamSaV men and they know how to take care of thomselyes It is oaly whare they are utterly sxhaustod by tbslr battle with the flamos or havo suffered - aw -- always say what I Cholly disabling accidents that they are lia aw - think dunt her know ble to be overcome by the fires. Miss Caustlfjue That accouuts for in Wallnco. howover. tho death your silence Ust may grow. The fires swept that Amy Tooor Do you know I've a town with such terriblo swiftness Things of the good mind to ask so mo manager to that It Is fuaied there will be more You may bulM rntls In Earth. lb. air, give me a trial? u Jut u tirova year worth bones found In the ruins as the " 8ur Urott Don't, dear, you'll bo con- learch progresBos. Tlicy!! coma u round and rnak you pay demned, sure. Taxoa hftr an mrth. Fire Fifty Miles Leng. The fiercest forest fire In this dis The. Dally Problem. Little Song. trict are those In 8anera county, be"Are you Interested In what Is In A little Hn In trtmtlHM tween Thompson and tho Idaho line. table rapping?" Wlien troubled tlMHichtu dlimay Throwi ttetehbora In unOaess These fires extend alone an unbroken "No; 1 am more Interested lu what And drive tlinni all away. lino for more than fifty miles and aro goes on' It." In dense timber. There are several She H?d Listened. towns in tins district, built In the Weak. was at a private entertainment, Tory midst of the timber. Bteward Do you feel equal to a cup a lady had Just rlson from the and Of tea? piano. Heaslck Tasengor No, I feel as "Wouldn't you like to he able to Watch for tho DLUK MARK on weak as water llnrvard Lampoon. sing and play, my doarl" she queried the upper right hand corner of your miss. Pf a Uttle A Feminine Trait. "No, ma'am," was the unexpected Courier. It Is to notify you that your reply. subscription Is about to explru. No "Women kr always pecking at each "And why not?" aaked tho lady papers! are sent out after tho sub- other " "Referring to the way they kits, or '"Cause," explained the small ob- scription Is ouL server, "I wouldn't like to have people the way they quarrel?" say such horrid things about me." No one an care on top of the head say that ) was up a tree during the fighting" "Kr where wtre ytw. oetenet.'' asked the yong hostess. iBBtxanHy, "down a woUT" Churches and Lodges PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, l'reachlng every Bunday morning a II o'clock and evening at 8 o'clock oxcept tho first Bunday In earU month. Sunday Behoof every Sunday at It a. ta. Visitors ar welcome W. .0 Bloakton. Minister. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. I'roaeblng servients at II a. in and 8 p. m every Bunday. Sunday School at 9:4k a. m. l'raynr woetlug every Wednesday night. You aro cordially Invited to attond any or all of thto nrIeos. D. W. Ilryant, I'attor. METHODIST CHURCH. I'reachltig every Sunday morning a 11 o'clock and ovcnlng at a o'clock. Bunday School at 9. It a. to. l'raynr meeting each Wednesday ov enfng. You nro always welcome (I W. Wilson, I'aator. EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Services at 11 a. in. and 8 p. ut. every Sunday. Sunday Bohool nt 10 o'clock every Bunday morning. Your alteudanco will bo appreciated. 1L J. OulKur, Hector. CATHOLIC CHURCH. every morning at 7 o'clock, Sunday aervlco at il o'clock each tnornlnc, except tho second Sunday o each month. Friends and visitors wclcom0.--- l. M. Guorin, I'aator. Maaa im In IMf I- i BAPTIST CHURCH. Regular services nt the llaptlat Church uvury Sunday morning and evening at tho usual hours. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. Prayor meeting on Tuesday evening. You havo a cordial Invitation to attend all services. A. Turklngton, Pastor. TYLER CHAPEL. Preaching ou tho Snd and 4th Sun day evenings of each month. Sunday School nt 2:30 In tho nftornoon. Prayor meeting Friday ovonlngs.- llov. Mvthony, Pastor . Hickman Lodgo No. 7C1, F. & A. at tho Maaontc Hall every 2nd and 4Ui Monday nights. M., moots Splendid Selection New Books Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Call and See Our Stock Tommy's Excuse. "Tommy," exclaimed his mother as In the panhe caught him try, "what aro you doing In my Jam pots?" "Didn't you say I could play detective, ina?" whimpered Tommy "Yes, but what are you doing In my Jam pots?" "Making some thumb Impression, that's all, ma; honest." . HAVE YOU TRIED .fJ :fffi'1sm WE BUY tWOOL .HIDESANDryR! BtiijPufat. t (tltr Cem tl I S I (till Df CaBmtulM Rjkttoct: so; Ink Is Ltsiuillt. Elm Camp No, 3, W .0 W, meet O. O. F. Hall ovory Wednesday evening. at tho I. Household No. C, C. W., moots at thu I. O. O. F. Hall Tuosdny ovcnlng of each wook . Fulton Lodgo No .83, I. O. O. F. mcoU at their hall on Clinton streot every other Thursday nlghL M. W, A. tnoetB at Masonic Hull every Tuesday evening. r wittttt "..Yltr Cowgill's Drug Store (Incorporated) Everything auf r i aUH W Mary Berendes & Co. You can got RGO at Helm & nwicnuittu ssr ihifftri. Wiitt brpat lid. fash 6c all Fountains JLSABELftSOSS UUTnie, Ky. P '&E3&9mzzzm TU i i rr"tv rfii l'y!!3gey?i1W GRAND STAND COLLAPSES No Sept, Jury. Sight of Disaster Causes Balloonist to Fall to Hit Death at North Bergen, New Jersey. New York. Aug. 23. Fully 100 men, women and children were" Injured, threo seriously and ono perhaps fatal ly, whon a grand stand upon which COO persons wore gathered collapsed at Soheutzcn Park, North Bergen, N. J., where tho IllatldeuUcber Volksfost of New York Is holding an athleUc meeting. A few minutes later a balloonist, who had ascended Just as tho sinud collapsed and who ovldently becamo unnorved as the cries of distress arose, lost his grip when his parachute struck tbo roof of a houso and fell 40 feet to the ground, suffering Injuries which will result In his death. Ellison Brothers Here are some seasonable items for use right now, that we do not wish to carry over, and we offer them at material reductions. "I OA Coolers, selling price 1.50, price now . .. 1 Cooler, selling price 2.00, 1 A JuOU price now 3 Jjj.gallon Freezers, selling price 2.00, A CA price now l.Jvr . 1 Freezer, selling price 2.50, O AA price now . Freezers, selling price 2.75, 2 9 9C price now 12 Screen Doors, selling price 1.00, CCn OdC price now 0 Screen Doors, selling price 1.50, 1 OA LCA3 price now 1 Model Gasoline Stove, two hole, selling HE price 3.50, price now ? CA 1 Quick Meal Gasoline Range, selling price 8.00, price now 1 Quick Meal Gasoline Range, selling )H A Li ,DV price 32.00, price now 2 2'gallon Water 4-gall- " ENGRAVES HEAD OF A PIN Alphabet Four Times, Name and Out All Crowded on Tiny Surface. Sharon, Pa., Aug. 23. On the head of an ordinary pin Paul P. Wefitz of this city has engraved the alphabet four times and then added his nam and tho date, making 123 characters In all r 3-qu- on ..' "" that be For the wonderful piece of work did he used an ordinary watch-make- r s tool. Wentz U only 22 years old. J 11 Travis, of tho Mengel Box Co, was called to Tronton, Tonn., to tho bedside of his slstor, Mrs. Calllo II Davidson, last weak. Mrs. Davidson had been confined to her bed since February, suffering from tuberculosis and tho end en mo Aug. lBth. Deceased Is survived by two little daughters, two brothers J. II. Travis of Hickman; J. T. Travis, Fulton and threo sisters Mrs. Ellen Gilchrist, and Mrs. Mlnnlo Davis, (f Nashville; Mrs. Dettlo White, of St. Louts of space forbids further particulars Mr. Travis lias tho sympathy of his many Hiukuinn friends. Secure an Education. On tho third Monday of next month circuit court will conveno In Hickman. For tho first time in many years, the court will have not petit or grand Jury to open Die Judicial ball, and the "householder" need have no fear of sheriffs catching him unawares botweeu now and that dato and serving a summons for Jury service. Under ordinary circumstances, tho jury list la placed In tho hands cf tho sheriff 20 days beforo court convenes and woo to us who are summoned and fail to appear. Out when court opens next time tho usual congregation of prospective Jurymen, pleading for dismissal from tho panel, will not be on band. Why this state of affairs? Becauso during the May torm of court, tho five keys to tho Jury wheel were lost by Special Judge Fcland, at Fulton, and a list of jurors could not be drawn for the next torm, according to law. It might bo a small task to break into tho wheel but no local officer has tho authority to do so. Tho only thing that can be dono now is to wait until court convenes nnil opens the box or wheel in "opsn court," and this authority is vested only in tho presiding Judgo. Sheriff Johnson and his deputies will then get busy, if you are a legal voter and householder of the county, don't be alarmed If you aro called to the uoor In your pajamas at midnight to hear tho officer read a Jury summons the third week in September. To Merchants II B We offer for sale at low figures, the following items of store furniture : 1 Bevel Plate Stand Mirror. 1 Bevel Plate Triplicate Stand Mirror. Hi A 1 Ribbon Show Case. 4: Floor Show Cases. 1 Set of Rolling Ladders and Track. 1 Wall Mirror. 2 Wax Figures, one full fig ure and one bust. 1 Umbrella Case. Ellison Bros. Unless y Ltio put good business bouses are on some of the lots now occud .."'" As the quantities of nil these are limited, we sug Rest that you come quick. Ellison Brothers ! The great serve and brain treatment for men and women, produces , strength and vitality, builds up the ing Ky., offers an excellent system and renews the normal vigor. opportunity to young people desirFor sale by druggists or by mail, l ing an education. The Fall Session opens September C, 1910. A fine new Upright Piano for salo per box, 6 boxes for 15. Hickman Writo at a bargain. See J. E. Fuoua. 3tc Drug Co., Incorporated. for Information. The State Normal School Qr-en- at Bowl- FOR SALE: Best Business property in Hickman. building 24x One 99 one, one story building 20 x99, on Jackson St. one door west of Hickman Courier. If not sold privately will be sold at auction on Monday Sept. 19, 1910. For other information see W. J. Barry at the building. 2-sto- ry pied by country cross-roastore houses, It is only a question of time until Hickman will have another Clinton besides section business street. Other lines of business will eventually come to this city in spite of the dearth of business houses and lots. There is room In thf heart of town for more business houses. Why not build them? Mott'a Nervine Pills rt ' r WvxAyVvvwu' I Notice Taxpayers! ' Meet m or na Um HtckmitH ttank. ku.au. Ky.. &r tu CHy N'ftUeiMl Ky. Pay now and Mt KuKbh. k and payable dvpuMtM lounty, HrUool and Uvn for th year HI, are how DISHES We have just received a nice lot of dishes gold and floral designs that we will offer at extremely low prices. Sec them at THEY SUSPECT FACTORIES International Association, After Two Days In Hendersonvlrle, N. C, Will Vlilt Industrial Plants. Heavy mmamMmmmwBmmHmmswwm eductions :ON: at 1 the rush. Goalder Jahnsen, Sheriff. Ings or bltoa of Insect UALLAHD'8 that are SNOW owed by swellings, pain or itohlug .Id bo treated promptly a they i Kirk & Rogers poisonous. i t ty .1MBNT countoraota tho poison. is bulb antlicptlc and boating. o 2ic, 60o and II per bottle Hold Ulcktuau Drug Co. RLD rRONT GROCERY STORE Homo IHoivo aa Marriage Licenses Good News "I write to tell you the nood news that Cardul has helped mc so much and I think it is ust worth Its weight In go d," writes Mrs. Maryan Marshall, of Woodstock, Ga. "1 that ladies who arc suffering as 1 did, will take Cardul, for it has been a God's blessing to mc, and will certainly help every lady who Is suffering." B5a do hope and trust The following wuro grauted 11 to marry in Obion county last v;ouk: WlMiier and Lena Cole. ' Eiwll i' K Vlck ami llertha Honey. Ira Davis and Kula Crawford. V K HllUard and Vlrgte Itogers T W Ctnpp and Corn Champion Hot" rt Myem nud Anna Johnson 11 t' Shwlton nnd Bessie Wheeler. J.-Woodard nnd Huln Trewithnn. John Victory nnd Jodie MeColluni.' Thomas Fletcher and Fnnnle Grevn. Albert Phillips nnd Lllllo M. Long. I j A Harrow and L. M. Wellington, Will Hnyedorn and Hattle Vine-nr- d Hendersonvllle, N. C Aug. 2S. The International Association of Factory Inspectors met here today In annual convention wUh an unusually largo attendance, many dalocates coming from the Canadian departments. The International Association of Bureaus of Labor is meeting with the inspectors this year, and after two days of business sessions here, tho two bodies will board a special train and proceed through the Piedmont textile manufacturing section of South Carolina, with n stop at Greenville for a smoker and to Inspect several plants. Anothor stop will bo made at Pelior, and the train vIll then go to Columbus, where developed water powers and modern textile plants will be visited and two days of additional buslucM sessions will bo hold. J. El- lory Hudson of Providence, B, I., head of the factory Inspectors, is presiding euso over the Joint sessions. Haymakers Having a Good Time. O., Aug. 23. Devoting themstlvss rather more to the pleasures found at this resort than to dry business, tho members of tho National Hay association gathered here today for their seventeenth aunual convention, which lasts threo days. However, President H. W. Uoblnson of Oreensprlng, O., la not permitting tho business of the organization to bo entirely overlooked, and incidentally the oxhlblt of hay Is declared to be the best evor made. All Summer Goods We must have the room for our Fall and Winter stock, which is arriving daily. Big bargains in Cdar Point, Mens Pants. for Tho Woman's Tonic No mailer If you suffer from headache, backache pains In anus, shoulders and legs, dragging-dow- n feelings, etc., or if you feel tired, weary, worn-o- ut and generally miserable Cardul will help you. It has helped thousands of other weak, sick ladles and If you will only give Jako S. Frank nnd Ida L. Kuykenof tho returns from the Democratic dnll. stato-wldprlmarlos, which aro nearly L. 11. Hasty nnd Hottlo C. Cham- oompleto In unoftlcial form, Mayor pion. Dahlman has won tho gupcrnatorlal Herbert Wright nnd Vlney Buchan- nomination by low than 200 majority over Qoveruor Sballonbsrger. an. Albritton nnd Mary Orvol-cttT Otis Sponcor. ' Whilsell Hnrpolo nnd Miss Chrsl Reward , tine Iloblnson. e Mayor Dahlman Ahead. Omaha, Neb., Aus. 23. On thofaeo Low Shoes at men, women and children im-O- V i (HHaBnHnnilMRBBBlBHSHnninaannnB a sacrifice. Don't fail to get eVinro JL . fcIww. f frinr Oliaib rSr tVQf harCrainS. VUUl r cloth- - $25.00 Remember this store is headquarters for tailor-mad- e ing. The Fall samples are here. See them. a trial, you will thankful ever after. It bo Doing hard work in n bent or stoop Ing position puts a stitch In tho back thnt is pnlnful. Iftho muscles hnvo becomo strained, you can't get rid peneof It without help, .tho great BALLAKD'S SNOW trating Power of LINIMENT will appenl to you most strongly nt such times, becauso It Is U.o very Uilug you need. Price Sold 2Co ,C0o and J1.00 per bottlo. by Hickman Drug Co. In AnnUton, Mo., on Sunday night. Aug. 7, ono pair of red sorrol horso Lost, Strayed or Stolon, from lot mules, about 1C hands high, threo nnd six years Sid; tho oungeHt has whlto spot In faco. $25 reward will bo paid to nnyono giving Information loading to recovery of snmo. J. L. 3to Crosier, Chnrloston, Mo. Bradley & Parham liliiiiii Try It like It REO. itimm aMssaiTslBil .. itl&mSSM &mrim!imt iimw. " "jqp nnlEIlii "" . -- -! ; - - jl ...n..Tn, ojyxja - nwnmmm s7IIV1VJ:tX4lkiFMv4ira'BTVJVBTCVWCa - H I PnnS JfZe ox . S (7cU " -w- -JB i ,1 Practical Fashions i I LADIES' DRESSING SACK. Does not Color the Hair Ar tfrtmt ttut cjum dinJmS an4 Utlluil tuir I urtl mWi and rutllont ot tcilp. I uod 19 H' hllr-bultiClrirt. A Swll.int QuInJn. ttionil ImiIc HUtrrU llknuUnt. Sodium CMotlJ. t1nil4. uW InlUtlon of Kalp. actlM of chntU. Captlcum. hwrrat Shnnlal. timk. IWtkrmrJblhWi merit. Walrr. IVtfum. SUmuUnl. mllMPtk. AUohot. Sulphur ranannn of Iiiki' tllt'MlM mliu tlttlr Vluur jM3?ifofigffiyEjjrB JJf'- ilBSiiSiy?AniTfcwff Mt Self Taxation. Threo good paying FOH SALE. pieces ol property tu West llukuian. Two houtjca of u rooms each una one Uireo rooms. Located uu good uiruot, fences aiiil Uutciu tor well plate. Annual rentals; $& Will wuku a very liberal price; cau bo oougut col IccUvely or will bell anj ouo. a mad caan payment, balance ou instalments U'liu beautiful little 1011 SAUsJ; homo place belonging to T. S. Moon-cy- , located Between the nonius 01 Judge iiurroli una Juuge luooie, on Obion street, blx room resilience, 2 good lot, concrete ViulVk and oUior Will sell at reutoii improvements. fable Injure. FOH 3AL12: la tho new ltogors Aadition, between Southern Heights una city Hue, ten tu pretty lots uu jou ever wtw to no at a very low liguru. These lou ure lot el, deir-util- e building sites, ot sood depth, cud can be bud In uuy widta. iuey lay at tho bouth end ol Uu new bteel undgo. l'reseut luiprot enienu. con Ubt ol c crete walks, wuler mains dec rlc lights, etc To blurt Uiu bull rolling ve will sell ten lou ut ?K0 eacb; others will be higher. will be placed ou these lou so that only nice homes and white people will be in tho neighborhood. FOH SALE: For a limited time will oiler lor bale at u BARGAIN, 1CU acres ol flue Umber land near Retlfoot Lake. Owner buys thee aro 1.000,000 feet ol cypress, ash, gum, etc., on this laud. New ral road will run In 3 miles ol this propwo erty. cottages FOR SALE: Two in West Hickman, lot CCxlSG, fenced, water works, etc Either one for JoOO or both for $950. The houses cannot be built for this money. FOR SALE: A good bottom farm of over 200 acres. J3S per acre will buy It; dou't inquire unless you mean Adjoining farms held at business. JOD to J CO. resiFOR SALE; A new dence rnd 4 vicinity lots (4V4 acres) barn, etc.. Just outsido city limits: a corking good place for tho mouey, Enough ground for truck gardening and poultry. The place you've been looking for; let us rive you the figures on 1L resiFOP SALE: A nice dence and lot in West Hickman, near tho Chapel. House in good repair, all Improvements, lot is 66x190 and located on best street in that section. $1500 will buy It; one-thir-d cash, balance one and two years; or for spot cash we will sell cheaper. Good reas ons for wanting to sell; and you will not make a mistake If you buy It. You can't replaco the house for this money. Ioplo In goneral seem to enjoy and lot GOxlGO, In East Hickman; all subnecessary Improvements good stablo growling about tho taxes. This buy it. ject ninkes a theme for conversation cistern, fences, etc $900 will in the family. It Inspires the louug-er- Owner has good reasouB tor selling In tho comer grocery, and It puts Cull at Cturler of rice. life into niimy a politlonl campaign. FOR SALE: A nice Utile Why, our forefathers actually plung cottage in Boud Addition built this ed Into rebellion, fought seven years year. Lot CGxlBO, ample room for and finally won our national Independ garden, chickens, etc Every day once from Gront Britain on n quesyou pay rent you are losing money. tion of taxes. If you want to seo a This place can be had for only $650. "hoi" town meeetltig In a town-shiJust proposo an extra rosidenc FOR SALE: Nice lax for somo new road aud a bridge,. In West Hickman. Has coal house, And yet there Is one sort of tax buggy shed and all other improve1 easily worth that Is not grumbled at. That Is to rated; ments. Well say, tho taxpayors rurely denounce $1,500 to $1,800, but will sell for less. a It or dispute. They keep on paying Aro you renting? Cut It out, own It Bcronoly nil their lives unless thoy home. This is a bargain. happen to tumble Into tho poor FOR SALE: Nice residence near house. Tholr frlonds and relatives tho College. Plenty of ground and often scold about It, but they, while all Improvements. Terms to suit pur- thuy feel Its pressure, go right ou chaser. Don't pay rent. See us, If you want a home. Hickman Courier. paying out. Even the poor men keep thoso payments up when all others col- aro cut off. Nice five-rooFOR SALE: lage and lot 66x160, five minutes We rofer to tho lax which men pay walk from post office. Has all neces to passion and npotlte. The sums sary improvements. No overflow aud thus oxpended svery year say for tono hill to climb. If you want a bar bacco and liquors only are stupengain, shove $900 in your Jeans and dous. This sort of tax paying begins come get IL You can't find another early In life, when the youngstor gola chance to got a home so cheap. into the habit of treating himself to cider, beer, ale, porter, whisky, a FOR SALE: A nice residence, one or a cigar. After a bit he Postofflce. The bouse block from "can't get along without It," aud So has 6 rooms, two halls, and two qorch he binds himself to pay taxeo to It es; In good repair and a very desiraall bis life. Ho growls about his ble place. Call at this office. rood tax when he grows up, his tho very best school tax and his church tax, but FOR SALE: Ono of tax he passos out lots in the Henry Addition. Cash or his without n murmur even though It tln may have made him a poor man. FOR SALE: The Allison Tyler res Sometimes he Is conscious of It. but ldence property on the hill. Can bo be bus become a slave to his habits bought for about half what It is real and cannot free himself. The socially worth. It will bear close Inspec ists do a great dual of growling tion. the burdens put by capital upon the poor. The worst burden poverty FOR SALE: A small farm, one has to bear In the tax which it volmile from town, all In cultivation; untarily pays to appetite and passion. a fine one for truck farming. Will be sold on easy terms. All necessary Head of Household. improvements. This office. back-country e Sa. r Show this formula lo our dtntnr. Ak him If there Ua single Injutlnut Incrcdlenl n-II iii Vigor, m made from (his formula, It the bctt Alk him If he think Let him decide. IL knov full nit I' ""' ' dainlmff. you could u prcj-rallo- ' (r 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 Parts Pattern No 3023 All Allowed. The easy, comfortable line of this pretty dressing ack at once 8c for ench additional foot. Bmt ... $6 $0 Business house rate, each door This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. commend It for practical ue White and blue dotted French flannel was the material used In tho making, but a the daintily colored flannelette well as cotton crepe awhmere. lawn and dotted awU. will all ranfce up prettily irminttinft The back I and the front fullnom Is hold In place by blue ribbon attached to tho under A bow arm seam, and tied In front of similar ribbon I uied at the neck The pattern 1 In 4 slie. 36 to 41 For 34 Inch Inches buit niennure. bust the sack will requlro 3S yard of material 24 tnche wide. 2 Si yard 36 Inches wide and 2 yard 43 Incho wide, with 2H yard ribbon. nd 16 etnti To procure thli rtttrt to Tattrn Dprtment,' of IhU Writ nam and addrtaa plainly, and t U aod numbr ot natttrn. ur to sir NO. 3021. SIZE. HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. Incorporated Our Stock 1$ Complete and ppr. ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Hcinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas itftHMefTMoplioM im NAMZ TOWN STREET AND NO....... STATS. the mothers who are tho heads FOR SALE: A No. 1 good business of the of the households. The culinary debuilding located in tke heart partment of your household is In your city. Will be sold at a sacrifice if You decide alt questions taken at onco. Rents readily for a dominion. good figure Good reasons for selling of diet. All the sanitary regulations of your house are under your To regulate the food, and the FOR SALE: New residence In the apparel, and the habits and decide Same Bond Addition. size lot and house In this addition the thousand questions of home life Is being held for $650. We offer is a tax upon your brain and nerve you this place for a limited time at and general health absolutely appal-luIf there be no dlvlno alleviation. $550, part cash. You ought to own It does not help you much to be money you have spent a home. The for rent In tho past five years would told that Kltzabeth Fry did wonderful things mid the criminals of Newgate. more than pay for this place. deep Is super-v'slofast-growin- g It kw la or l IMM HKIKk. FHKHH MIIAT KKKUKTUKKK. ait WORK WEAKENS THE KIDNEYS. Telephone 6 3 Deliveries n. g It not help you tnuah to bo told - FOR SALE: Nice residence t t t i t t i i WlW J. A. COTTON & CO. (INCORPORATED) '' does not help you much to be told that Florenco Nightingale was very kind to tho wounded in Crimea It would be hotter for us to tell you For particulars apply at the Cour- that the divine friends of Martha and ier office. Mary Is your friend, and that he mm all the annoyances and disappoint-ments of an ordinary housekeeper from morn till night and from the first day of the year to the last day of tho your and at your coll he is ready with holp and Courier has a nice 2 story brick house and two good lots for sale cheap. All Improvements, two cellars, cistern, etc. It will cost $2,000 to build house, our price $1400. Ask for No. 64. The Hickman six-roo- that Mrs. Judson was very bravo among the BorueslaH- eanutbals. It v t i i v Ooys Don't Plumbers -- arJ23 Tinners WORK IN BOTH BRANCHES EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY t j t t t ; Don't cultivate a taste for liquor or tobacco. Thoy do you no good. They arc expensive, and until our tastes and stomaoh aro perverted the rebel against thorn. Don't go out of tho hall betweon acts. It looks bad. If you wish to le peoplo know that you are there, you have tho manngor announce It. It's better taste. Don't forget that you are to run this great country somo day fill ull tho public offices, mako nil the laws, decide all Judicial questions, munago all tho business enterprises, and in a word, own and control this groat world. Don't let your tompor tako the bits between Its teeth and Imperil what llttlo remains of Bear constantly In mind tho BIblcal Injunction, that ho who ruletli his own temper Is greater that he who taketh a city or words to that effccL Don't spend your entire Income in Good manners, good fino clothes. senso and good habits will bind your friends closer to you, ronko you think more of yourself, bo respected nioro by others, and better recohed into society than any amount ot fluo clothes will that you can buy. Don't consider It manly to bo ft- round with bowlo knife and revolver; to carry a plpo and to swoar. Keop well In mind that this is not what constitutes a man. No, boys, this nover gain for you tho place that n truo man may occupy. Not oven tho wearing of a big moustache makes tho man. Uprightness In dealings and honorable convictions are what wo ndmlro In a man and what self-contro- l. con-etltut- Doan's Kidney Pills have done Great Service for People who Work In Hickman. Most Hickman people work every day In some strained, unnatural pol tlon bending constant!) over a riding on Jolting wagons or car doing laborious house work lilting reaching or pulling, or tolng the back In a hundred aad one other ways. All these strains tend to wi-awoaken and Injuro the kidnt-vuntil they fall behind In their work of fH terlng the poUoas from the blood Doan's Kidney Pills cure ik kti neys, put mw strength In bad ba it- Cures effected In this locallt) form the strongest proof of their ay. Head this testimony. J. K. Hddleman, barber. Pleasant Port, Ky., says: "An) one who fol lows my occupation requires a strong back, for the long hours spnt at tho chair, bring a steady strain on the muscles of tho loins. I was In pretty bail shape and could not work with any dogreo of comfort. Doan's Kidney Pills woro finally brought lo my attention and willing to try any thing that might chock the trouble I procured a box. They promptly re lloved the pain In my back and the kidney socrottons which bad been scanty and dlstrosslng In passage, became natural." For sale by all doalors. Price 50c Fostor-MllburCo. Buffalo, N. Y, solo agonts for tho United States. Itomember tho namo Doan's and tako no other. r u Ledford & Randle J I desire to inform my friends that I am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly belonged to the Hickman Ice & Coal Co., and am now prepared to give you the best of service in this line. Notice 4 A TON I am now selling genuine Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 Your orders appreciated, whether large or small. A. A. FARIS PAY YOUR CITY TAXES. The penalty is effective September the first. t until too late and be forced to pay unnecessary Why-wai- Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. Have you neglected your kidneys? Have you overworked your nervous system and caused trouble with your kidneys and bladder? Have you pain In loins, side, back, groins and bladder? Have you a flabby appearance of the face, especially under the eyes Too frequent a desire to pass urine? If so, Willlama' Kidney PIHb wiU cure you Hickman Drug Co., Price 60c Cotton, the plumber. Phone 65. 4'''' phone 65 Hickman, Ky. ''W to Chtlilltnlh. costs ? Until further notice pay taxes to Tom Dillon, Sr., at his office. TOM DILLON, Jr. City Marshal. In every homo whero there Is a baby there should also be a bottlo of McOEB'S BABY ELIXIR. It may bo needed at any tlmo to correct sour stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or summer complaint-- It 1b a wholosomo remedy, contains no opium, morphlno or Injurious drug of any kind. Prlco 25o and 60o por bottlo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Everything, for your comfort the Lyric Saturday night ...ABSOLUTE SAFETY... is the basis that we offer to depositors. Other inducements are of secondary importance. Upon this guarantee we SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE II. IIUOIIANAN. l'rfiUIvnt J. KELLY SMITH JHtorney-at'Lat- v J. A. TIIOMl'HON, CiMhlor .1. W. II. Iluclinnmi T. A. Clinton, Kentucky Onfttnth of U J.J. DIUKOTUIIH O. Ilomlurnut O. Il.Throlkelil It. M. Dr. Ilr J. M. Hul.Wil Alommtor fttt ( at Subscribe for the Courier. BaanllBeM. If tbcro la a bluo mark on your Tho Hickman Fur. Co. will sur Courier dont fall to rouow this month prlso you In the matter of low prices as all papers aro discontinued at tho and good goods. Don't take our word expiration of the time. but coma and see for yourself. iawatrfjBiSirJP' AtcmQ WOHtP- ! THE WOMAN FOR REC0RDERSHIP HARROW YOUR WHEAT. Republicans In Wright County, Iowa, Nominate Mrs. C. V. Anderson for Important Post. GEE, But it's Mot! - The Benefit to Be Derived la Worth the Effort. The custom of harrowing winter wheat and rye when they have been put In with a drfll, as they should be, la becoming more and more prevalent every year. Many farmera are deterred from harrowing, partly because It la an innovaUon, a departuro from their previous methods, and the conservatism of tho farmer usually keeps him from adopting any method unless be Is shown pretty clearly why It la a good one. Others are deterred because they think that harrowing will probably injure the wheat Not having been accustomod to cultivate wheat, they are loath to do so. The object of this article la to show why farmers should harrow their wheat. In many sections of the' wheat country the crop is measured largely by the amount of available moisture. If the frost' goes out and the spring rains come a crust is formed on top of the wheat fields. This crust gives the most favorable conditions for the evaporation of moisture. It la brought up by capillary action from far down in tho soil, passes out without hindrance, and the result s that the wheat begins to show signs of drouth, often at the critical Ume when It Is finishing up its work. Harrowing breaks up this crust: prevents the evaporation of moisture; stores it up, so to speak, for use when the wheat is heading out and forming Its seed. Furthermore, this crust covering the soil excludes the air. Wheat root must havo air as well aa the leaves, although not so great an amount. This harrowing aerates the sojl and gives much more thrifty growth than it would otherwise attain. Wheat needs harrowing in tho spring of the year Just as much as corn needs culUraUng when a crust baa formed over the field .after a heavy rain. The third reason for harrowing wheat 1b to eecuro the proper depth of covering for your grass seed when sown on the wheat stubble, says Wallace's Farmer. If grass seeds are sown upon this bard crust, a portion of them will probably roll Into the cracks and germinate, but on account of lack of aeration of the soil they will have a spindling growth. A largo por tlon of them will He on the surface ol the ground or be Insufficiently covered. Hence tho way that will go farthest to Insure a stand of clover seed is to giro It covering by sowing It Just before you harrow your wheat Don't bo afraid of pulling out yoor wheat by harrowing If you barrow when the ground la In the right condition. We hare harrowed wheat pretty severely the lut few years, but have never Injured it An occasional stalk will be pulled out but the rsat will be cultivated and the final result Is a thickening of the stand. One of the strongest arguments for drilling wheat is that drilled wheat can be narrowed with the minimum of danger and Uui maximum of profit Tom Dillon! Jr. Dead. Tho citizens of Hickman and vicinity wero shocked yesterday morning when word went out from tho home of Mrs. M. A. Ramago that Thomas Dillon, Jr., bad dropped dead. Mr. Dillon had been confined to his bed for tho past two weeks, suffering with a form of kidney trouble, but his condition was not thought serious In fact, he had said an hour before his death that he was feeling much better. About 11 o'clock, without the slightest warning he fell, seized with acute pain. Dr. H. E. Pra-the- r, the attending physician, was hastily summoned and reached his bdsldo only In Ume to see him breathe his last Death is thought to havo been due to the rupture of a blood vessel or heart failure actuated by the trouble form which he was suffering. No death in this community has caused moro universal sorrow. Mr. Dillon stood high In the estimation of his fellowman, and his every act merited this esteem. In both public and private life, he was always the same a bravo, tender-heartcman, whose sympathies were ever in harmony with those about lilni. a ' Clarion. la. Mrs. Currlo Vaugh Anderson was nominated by tho lie. publican of Wright county. Iowa, nt the primary election hold recently to tho omco of couuty rvcordor by a largo ELECTRICAL NOTES. Plurullty. Upon being Interviewed as A itenm turbine electrical locomo- - to her opinion of womon In politics, alio had tho following to say: "I jttrt Is being tried In England. don't Venoxueln has nearly 6.000 miles of think every woman ought to vote any telegraph linos with nearly 200 olllcoi. more than every man Intelligence A nuw electric water boater heats should be the qualification and not so. The world will nover bo mndo Its content in IC seconds and boll any bettor If tho Ignorant Immoral It In 45 A searchlight with power estimated f to equal 81C.000.000 candles ba boon turned out In Germany. Mt-rlhan 20,000 SOcandle power In- dandr. nt lamp tllainenta can bo made I (re in a single pound of tantalum. Invisible to the naked oye, electric wnves leavInK a station have bttn i aught and pletured by the No matter where you go down in the cellar, underneath the shady trees by the river or up in an airship. There is one cool place in Hickman and that is at .V Helm & Ellison's Soda Fountain want solid comfort these warm days come around to our store where the Ice Cold Sparkling Soda is bubbling over with deliciousness that will quench the thirst of the most thirsty mortal. If you r: rL- - mm 4P 77J i .m NrTO, mmmmmmmmmmmsmmmmmmmmmmsmmmaammmmmmmm canera Hf Dorena t Notes. M HERE of coal, cat It not uied for illumination In Slain, and Ihe only city using eleetrloUy la nuo of tho learolty Mb THERE U acukok Kicetrlcity has supplanted gas for car lighting In nearly all the state railways of Italy. Switzerland and Denmark A trl station nt Caps Cod. Haas recently pleked up messages 'n n Colon to naval vessel in wnters. Tfce rlrctrlficatlon of the street s of Hfo Janeiro, an a development the hydro-electri- c power system of ttat city la processing rapidly. KVrainnicneU In use in Rnglliih bvi, Stall to NlliOVv iuvU! lmrtiolc t zt patients' eye ean be made to ciart a pull of N pounds to the square la h driven street ears, statin tS passengers and eapable of a speed of tra miles an hor. are supplantlng h ne caru in Karachi, India, without necessitating the expense of changing lbs system into aa eleetric line. 1 Nlea-ratj-an rail-war- Mrs. &nm Lynn wns In Hlckiiinu shopping Thursday. The Courier from now until Jan. 1, (leorHe Simmon mid family, of Charleston, urn hero visiting rolntlves 1011. for 36o. and friends. FOIVND: Nlco metallic Scarf. J. It. Wenthorly. Miac Maudo Maddox, of Calvort City, Ih vlaltlug her brothers, Claude 202 guaranteed Fancy Patent. Try and John Mnddox. a sack. Case & Son. Phone 183. Vernon Iuwreuoo, of Jackson, was Jos .Pickett left Tuosdny for Dawcalled to the bodsido of his unolo, son Springs to spend several days. t' rrol APPARATUS TO SEE BY WIRE Use or Se- daman Sciential Details lenium by Whleh "Points" Are Transmitted. Dr Ernest llwhmer. aged SI. a Gorman scientist, has prfetd an apparatus whereby a person may see by wire things that ar iMpttenlnic miles away In describing his work the doctor said "The human rye. or what one seen of it from the outside, consists, really, of an Infinite number of little points which are the tips of spikes. There re 1.000 008 of them. On a picture, or a reproduction of one, there am alto similar points, called In German Compare the silver points 'raster or partlrles on a photograph On the picture seen by the eye there will be 3 000,000 of such "raster." one for every point In the eye Color is produced by the subdivision of each point into three- - red green and yellow "Tho whole problem of seeing by wire consists In transmuting accurately and fast enough the relations of light and darkness of these points. Borne point will be dark, some light Selenium points will be dark, some tight Selenium Is susceptible to light and darkness and transmits that susceptible to the oleetrlc rays." At the receiving end of the wire there In an apparatus for reproducing the original effects of light and shado at the sending end Dr Ruhmer Is largely employed In constructing his special selenium cells for export to Amerlea Large cases of them go by nenrly every steamer Among tho oddest problems ever set him tc- - solve was that presented by an American coffee merohant, who the young Inventor to make for htm an Instrument with a selenium cell vM. h would not only register the d T"int colors of offer berries passod over a band In front of It, but could alto be mndo to correctly sort the boans This problem has been solved and the Instrument, though expensive, actually sorts the beans according to color. the votes." Mrs. Anderson Is an advocate of the great farmers' movement, which Is steeping tho country, especially In tho great grain states. Tho atatti of Iowa alone having 336 farmers" companies, which buy and sell grain, stock nud lumber. In tho state alone more than JSO.OOO.OOO worth of business waa donu last eur. Aa far aa la known Mrs. Anderson la the only woman doing lecture work for this orKanlratlon, and being a farm woman. Is heartily In sympathy with the movement. Mrs. Auderson delivers addresses at Fourth of July. Decoration day and all suoh gatherings. Hhe Is a member of the editorial staff of tho Amurloan Cooperative Journal, one of tho greatest organizations of tho cooperative inovoment published In this country. Mrs. Auderson was born in Topoka, Kan August 25. 1879, but moved to Iowa at an early Age, where she has since resided. Bbo Is a graduate of the Hsglo drove high sabool and a rural teacher Hhe was married whllo quite young to a farmer, who died nome four years ago, leaving her with four children, three boys and a girl, Donald, Cnrlylo, Max and Averll, tho oldest ten and tho youngest Ave years old. She farmed for a time after her husband's death, but tho hired man problem and the "wot" years compelled her to abandon this. a Mrs. Anderson mado practically campaign and drove livery wagons and automobiles and attended township school picnics In her work. Bbo was treated courteously by tho men. Some wero under tho Impression tho campaign was conducted for tho purpose of securing a husband, but she thinks It was rather on expensive way to And a husband, and knows of no man who Is worth hiring on automobile at tho rate of $10 por day to pursua Sho Is out for office because of tho fact that wages paid women teachers and other Itncs of work Is not adequate to support a family. Mrs. Anderson expocts to go on In political work and It not ablo to voto will try fur tho highest otricos that women may acquire, nt least will continue to talk and persuade men to vote for the right, a silent Influence woman can and Is already wielding. houso-to-house- " Crolij woman Is allowed to vote and condiW A. Johnston and family nro visMiiw Llllle Coffoo nnd Miss Au- iting relatives at Brownsville, Tenn., tions will ountlnuu tho same. Worn on ahould be allowed to hold any omco drey Wenthorly woro tho guests of this week. of trust that a man dooa, provided aho Mtar Mnyme nnd Llzzlo lMckotl Is qualified for the position and gela Tho "bad mon" of this vicinity aro y. getting almost numerous enough to nud Mrs. I'olhatnuB returned hold a from Hast I'ralrlo Tuesday, whoro J. T. Dillon, manager of the Lyric, they wont to moot their daughter, Mar)' 11.. who has boon spending nor Is booking a fine lot of shows for the coming wlutor months. vacation In St. LouIb. Mr. For many years ho served tho City of Hickman as Marshal and mado a splendid officer. Ills to this place so many times since 1897 is the best evidence 5f his efficiency and confidence of our citizens . He was fair and Impartial in the discharge of every duty. Mr. Dillon was born in King's County, Ireland, March 2, 1849. Ho came to Hickman when a mere boy, in 1854, and has resided here continuously. He was married to Miss Lou Steele, who died a few years later. To this union was born one boy, John Dillon, who died Nor. 27, 1908. Later he was married to Miss Marlon Goalder, who has been dead about 12 years. Ho was one of the leading members of the I. O O. F., and early In life united with the Catholic church, which never had a more honorable member. Ho Is survived by Mrs. M. A. Ram-ag- o neighborhood only a short time, died nt hit homo Friday, Disease, and burled nt of Bright' Columbus Saturday. Ho Is survived by n wife nnd eight ahlldruu. Ho wns barn at Clinton, Ky., In 1SI4. The funeral services ware conduct by Rev. llagaby, of the Columbus M. K. Church. Adorn Craig In this Iiwrenoo, who has Mrs Jno. M. Gardner, of Martin, Is expectod hero today to visit her pnrents, Itev. G. W. Wilson and wlfo. With tho oponlng of tho Panama onnal there will bo a reawakening the river. Tho Mississippi will come into hor own again. Jas. Housloy, of the N: C. & St. L., Is taking a vacation. Mr. Lancaster Is working lu his place. 30-dn- Card We of Thanks. The Hickman Plumbing & Tinning located In the Hurry building noxt door to tbo Courier office. Co. hns temporarily and Mayor Tom Dillon, cousins, his nearest relatives. Burial will take place at 3 o'clock this afternoon at tbo City Cemetery. Funeral services will bo conducted by the Odd Fellows at the residence of Mrs. Ramage. deelro to thank our many friends for the kindness shown us during the IllneoA of our husband May God's blessings and brother. rest upon you. Mrs. J. T. Kemp and Family. T. Salmon returned from Plum 1'olnt, Tonn. O. William Prathor, tho llttlo son of Mr. and Mrs. P. I). Curlln, entertained n tiumbor of his little frlunds at his grandparents' homo last Wednesday afternoon In honor uf his fourth birthday. Mrs. Snm Watson, viattltig her mother. I). 11. Wilson and for Dawson Springs days. Methodist Church sorvlcos next Sunday: Sunday School at 9:45 a. in., preaching at 11 a. in., and 7:45 p. iu. by tho pastor, Uov. G. W. Wilof Mayflold, Is son. Tho evening service will bo a Mrs. Jonus. messngo especially to young ladles wife loft today nnd girls and their paronts. A speto spoud a fow cial Invitation to all. Tuesday Mr. Dillon was numbered among tho Courier's very best friends. We loved him because be waB a manly man. He will bo missed as a friend, Rush Creek Items. a citizen, a neighbor. Death has conquered; he has gone the way that all of earth must go but beyond the Dan Davla and Will Fields left for River wo shall hope to meet again. St. Louis Monday. E. I.. DodiU has returned from Mn- - con. MIm. Grady Tlsdnlo, of Union City, wtib BRACKET FOR ELECTRIC LAMP here Tuesday. , Adjustable Device Particularly Handy Irving Hourine has returned to tits for Physicians and Other home In Louisville Professional Men, Henry Neighbor, of Ripley, la the This electric lamp bracket was de- guest of relatives hero. signed to moot the rcqulroraonta of MIm Dolln Iltirke, of Nashville, la pbysiclans, surgeons, opticians, den- here Wsttln hur motiiur, Mrs. Kate llurke. M0 Adjustsble Mimes Alex nnd Hnzul Adams are home from a visit to rolntlvoe nnd friends In St. Louis. Union City this sister, Mrs. T. T. 8wnyno. Contractor Moonoy has begun work O. I). Cole nnd little daughter re- on a now residence for J. II. Travis, turned WednoBilny from a vbilt to in Southern Heights. Tho new bouse will bo made from tho same plan as relatives In Macon, Miss. that of Prof. Cabby's residence, and John Stnothermnii, returned to his Is bolng built on tho second lot wost home In lilythevllle, Ark., Wednesday of tho homo of Alex Dames. Tho after a visit to C. A. I'orry and fami- lot was purchased from W. A. Dodds lyfor $500. Prof. II. F. Gaby and fninily Obion creek Is nenror dry than wo thlH morning from Mays Lick, have seen It In years. Ono reason Ky., where they havo boon visiting Is that tho bar at the mouth of the relatives for several weoka. creok, which usually holds tho water very Surveyors will como to Uoronn noxt een when the river Is at a route low stage, Is snld to havo washed week to boglu survoylng tho falling with the for the new railroad from Charleston out and the crook is river, Uio channel being open. Clinto Dorena. This Is ono of tho Houck ton Gazettu. lines. Senator Tho Chicago Post soys: Arthur Stono and wlfo, of Cayco, Heyburn of Idaho stopped tho playleft Wednesday night for Hot Springs ing of "Dixie" by a brass band, sayArk., for tho bonoflt of Mrs. Stone's ing: "ThlB is a Republican meeting; health. Mrs. Stono hns boon sufferno such tunes hero." Heyfor some time we want ing with rheumatism burn is tho man who was unanimousMies Bsslo Mnkor nnd Fred Ward, ly voted down In the United States wero married at tho homo of the Sonnte when ho mado a "bloody-shirt- " speech against allowing conbride In arnyB, Ark.. Aug. 14. Mrs. Ward Is a daughter of C K. linker federate veterans tho uso of governand wife, foimerly residents of this ment tents at ono of tholr rounlons. city. Mr. Ward Is a prominent young He seems to need another little of this character. farmer. d re-bu- Mott Ayers, Ilerber Carr and M. Hoach wero visitors of W. B. McGe-he- o last Thursday. No Hope for Recovery. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Roper and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lunsford camo out As wo go to press we are informto church Sunday. ed thnt attending physicians entertain little hope for tho recovery of Miss Nannie Kate Ratner, a pretty Roland Amberg, who lies at the point belle of Moscow, spent Saturday and of death with typhoid fever. In tho Sunday with her cousin, Miss Joe past few1 hours strong symptoms of CrosUc. peritonitis have developed. James Menees sustained painful Ho was only kept alive TiSesday by bruises last weok. His horse becom- artificial respiration, and In his presing frightened at an auto, trampled ent weakened condition, the additionupon him nnd demolished his buggy. al trouble Is thought to be more than Walter Jones, of Martin, Tenn., oc- ho can survive. cupied the pulpit of tho M. E. Church Sunday. Our pastor, Rev. Wood, is holding a meeting in his boyhood's Fair Warning. home and could not fill his appointment. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Robertson, (nee Miss Lena Davis), of Moscow, spent Saturday night nnd Sunday with hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robortson surprised their many friends last Tuesday week by quietly marrying. Wo wish them all the blessings a loving Father can glvo. ?r To all persons Indebted to us on past due accounts and notes, take notlco we will ask for Judgment unless promptly attended to without further notlco. Respt, NAYLOR MERC. CO. J. T. Dillon and wlfo returned from Louts this morning. V Mules Wanted. Mr. Will Hubbard Bracket. onuio ovor from wook to visit hor Usts and draftsmen, says Popular Mechanics. Tho bracket la made of steel, is rigidly put together, has n borltontal radius of 6 feot In any direction, and is adjustable vertically anywhere within 8 inches abovo or below the mounting. Tho cloctrlo light sockot la .also adjustoblo on its fastening and tho reflector can be sot it any anglu. D. II. Wilson, ono of tho big plant-cr- Who's Filling Your Prescriptions ? One thing certain our prescription filling is accurate it is done by a registered pharmacist only, and never is an ingredient used that is not fresh. If you have sickness at your home our thorough prescription filling ought to persuade you to come to Doo King, formerly of Hickman, now of Hnytl. Mo., wns horo tho lat- ter part of last weak on buslnuss. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Jaokson and children, of Columbus, woro horo tho first of tho wook tho Kosts of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. M. Nnlfoh nnd other Slnco our last lsauo, tho following porsons havo boon fined $11. GO each of this section, brought In nn In Judge Ilumloy'B court; Jns. Cor-maopen boll of cotton yostorday, tho Utibo Morrlwonthor, Will O. I. Carter, Irvln Fawlks. A year first wo'vo scon for tho present $25 Indications are that It was open a negro. Albert Fuqua, was fined sentenced to 10 days In Jail for built tho 20th It was growu on hit nnd carrylnc concealed woapons. bottom (arm, Wll-llani- Helm & Ellison Judge J. W. Honey, F. M. Caso I will be In Hickman, Tuesday Aug. and others attended the gun shoot 30th, to buy small mules 132 hand In Union City this week. and less, 4 to 9 years old. George. moth- G. Clark, Mayfield, Ky. Mrs. W. F. Montgomery and er, Mrs. J. G. McMurry, left Wednesday for Dawson Springs to spend Special Revenue Agent F. L. Floyd, a few days. who has been hero somo time checkup Father and mother have no good ing up county officers, checkedshertho books kept by J. T. Seat as photos and it has been a long time only slnco you had good ones made. An iff, and found dlscropcncles of $13.85. When tho amount of money opportunity to got tho best NOW handled by the shorlff is taken into Dy Glsh. consideration this Is an excellent recTho Farmers & Merchants Bank ord and ono wblch' Mr. Floyd says has moved In temporary quarters in has been unequaled. These dtscroo-encle- s In most cases occur when fees tho Ledford building opposite their building is ire not charged by tho officer and banking house. Their undergoing repairs and they will be not reported to the Stato through f. misunderstanding of the law. o of It about two weeks. - fcJpl PPl quarrel. KILLING AT SAMBURG, Shooting affray, which occurred at Saniburg, on Keolfoot lake, Saturday afternoon, one man loot his life. one woman was seriously wounded and a man Is suffering from ah accidental shot in the stomaoh Tho trouble originated ow a quarwlf rel between Martin Leonard and the daughter of a man named Kecsucker, the men taking up the Fran) the beat Information obtain HCRg THERE j able, it aeema that while Martin Leonard wa advancing on the daughter of Keeawker with a knife, the latter ojwned fire, Wiling Leonard instantly DHBSSMAKI.VQ: Mrs. Kukt Sal- ami accidentally shooting hie brotlier mon. 2p in the stomach and a woman uamel Ilttt In tha breast. Both are aerioue-l- y R. II. Soearc waa oer from Cnyeo through not dangerously wounded Mondny.a Keeeacker mrrendered and la In Jail FOR SALE: Good country Lard, at Union City. White the feeling at A. II. LeeL no further Sauiburg la rather intense trouble la anticipated Courier from now until Jan. 1st, 1011, for S6o. f: Am II. G, V, NOTICE, HOME FOR BANK, 110 " C P ilhuiuato, promoter Proplea Hank, lnn ierfeetd a metiU lo locate, the now bank W. A. Doddn bullilliig. ot.xj the IllekiiMJit Plumbing & Th Th Mtlr ftrnt will more tiu( Into th Harry building, end i a new building wltloli will t for them by A O. Crntln n of th k factory. The rapn i of the new bank, w uiHlerx , tl"cr1lKd and li y alt lo get ready for bualneaa n ,i ahort Urn , . Hickman KDDVVILLK. ICY.. AUO 1, Grocery Co Do your trading here and save money ... Telephone Directory HOME TELEPHONE CO., Hiolsraan, Ky. incorpohatid erf wteb uiootk. If not MUNTHIA M'K.-- i mint lie pnltl on or tMtore the pnld by the loth jour telepbou ertc will t dlMontlautHl without nutlee .AUGUST : WIO Send tho Courier to your friend way from home. n- - Caso & Son mako prompt deliver ies. Phono 183. Lve Rose line rheumatism he enn scarcely go. on your so bnd lt Road our special offer borrowing tho Courier. and quit 42 5- 3 3 Anderson, W. 0 rea 44 wiTTiWfT'nifri'HirT'iTi'nnr' Mhw Murphy, of St Louie, was the It O Wllllnffhani. 8r . of Uardwfll. guest of Mm. II. E. nmther this week haa invented an airship which he J. T. Dillon and wife left Satarndy claims will aurpas any marblne here Might for St. Louis to siMmd several tofore Invented for safety In navigation WIUInKhMn haa been nt work days. on the model for some months, and FOR RBNT: NUo rarfdenee on this week he announced that he haa It almost completed and that be la tho hill, desirably loooted. U P. aliened with hla work. A bmMIc meeting wUl soon he heM to tieTtae It Is rumored that Hickman te to meeaa to pnt hts nmcMm In actual have another Jewelry store In ike operation. coald not get along without th Camrnear future. run SALK 2 good milk eow. Mra W H of thr U Contraeter G L Collins ordered tho whh yonng calven -- K. a Ma44os S Hotel, la bom from Marble h.m Courier sent to hhi brother. C. L. Col Geo. L. HarrlMin. of Macon. On . Mr C. . nutoeann hi. raaasd war bmm aenmral ttv lins, at lilackfoot, lhaho has been vlaltlng hie alatfr. Mr R and M aaHmw of tntu thai or haawaad Mr. Heath's I.. 132 Dodds Co., J. F. & S. L... Office 41 2Vi Nlpp, W. A ras -- on Wo don't show anything offonslre K Rogers Who caa heat h? much Improved 35 Dodds Co., J. l S. L. Gin 28 Newton, Jas. C res at tho Lyric. It Is especially for the & Cantillou lake reel.. 31 Xoonon, Joe 452 Dodds County Jail ladles. J. T. Dillon. Prop. 34 Dodds, W. A. Office 1C Polner & Carpenter store Davis, B. T res 414 Clarence NVitrn and wir or Ulino, res Mo , are the meets of tin former a Hoe. 82 Pneips, Geo Davis, A. W., Mgr. 85 Dodds, S. L res parents. Jack Newton and family res 422 Patterson, C. 3 3D res Dillou, Tom, Sr oftlee 442 Pollock, Bugena Tho Hickman Furniture Co. han47 2&Davio, Woodberry re re 60 Prather, Dr. II. B 61 I to Plant, Jake red dles the best line ofusFurniture In West Kentucky. Let ahow you. res 133 Edward, W. A Rice, N. L. IUs. D. A. Luten, one of ih- - Courier a 23 Fulton County Court We expect to put out a greater number of farm v.r.gons .uound close 14 Rice, .. C, good frtemW, of Union t'ity. an a to home this a 7 Farmors Gin & Grain Co.. office pleasant caller at this oflce Monday year than ever before, and in oido' o do this we arc mokinK the special pricoa belt)W 24 Farmers & Merchants Bank .... G2 Seat & Leggate livery Speight, R. H Res. FOR SALH: Mulberry poats. 2 log 432 Graves, C res 40 lto Sexton, J. O res waRons; email delivery mule If you 8 lfc, Gray, U. L shop 77 Smith &. Amberg Storo want te talk trade, see Fred Ha) den. 8 2 Gray, R. L res 132 Stahr, Blvis res 41 4 to Goorge, Chas Anything you want that wo haven't res 26 Sudberry. W. T Storo got In Furniture we will be glad to 5 2 Self, Tom . Res. 21 Hickman Courier .... News Dept 1 Southern Express Co Office order It for you. Hickman Furniture 12 Hickman Packing Co Office 46 Stahr, Steve livery Company. 10 Helm & Ellison Store rea 402 Speer, W. C y Hickman Drug Co Ask tho man who wears clothes Store 3 res made by Schmidt and ho will tell lto Sweeney, S. N 20 Hickman Furniture Co you who Is going to mako hla fall 48 Hickman Ice & Coal Co.... of flee 4 3 to Townsend, Rea. J. A 11 Hickman Hardware Co Store Townsend, Otla Res. suit. Schmidt of course. Harding, H. H res 433 Res. lto Townsend, James Rev. W. G. Stockton, who waa op150 Hubbard & Blackford, Drs..ofloe erated on for appendlctOa at Xuftfcrtll 2C Rea. Hubbard. Dr. J. M res 3 6 Wheeler, L. R. C7 res a short tlmo ago. la at homo again Hickman Wagon Co of fie 43 lto Wilson, C. A res and able to be down town. 06 Hickman Joint Stock Co....gro 42 lto Wilson, Mrs. Alloo 30 Wright, Ed grocery o3 Hickman Bank H. K. Curiln left for St. Lonle. Mon46 ltoWard, P C, Walnut Log Hotel day, to purchase a stock or gootle 30 Hickman Job Shop 2 Thimble Skein Wagon, with bed, at for 43 3V4 Wilson, Sam res hie genu furnlahlng store, which Jm 40 Hickman Bottlinir Works " 3x9 rea will open In this city neat week 32 2 to Harper, W. J... res 472 Williams, Artie 47 3to Williams, Elvis res Watch for hla announcement. " 415 Johnson, E. D. ..DeBow Farm 61 2 Watson, Frank rea 90 Jones, Percy ... Mrs. A. Turklngton left last Thnra. trftUO 47 i Williams, Mrs. A. E res day for Dayton, Ohio her future borne ny height wheel preferred, the regular height. 42x52 inch, n. furn'8 or the Rev. TurklDglon will preach hie fnre- low 40x44 or specinl.37x46 inch. In the low wheel we specially recommend FREE CONNECTION IS GIVEN OUR SUBSCRIBERS WITH woll sermon at the Ihtptlet charch the WxM height, as they are well proportioned, very strong and durable. THE FOLLOWING EXCHANGES: Sunday night and will leave next week. Dukedom, Tenn. Wlngo, Ky. Upon investigation you will fmd these prices from Latham, Tenn. Spring, Tenn. $8 to $12 under most all Ora If Vmi fool "hlnn " "Kn nuumit Cayce Ky. makes, nnd nt the same time we propose to give other Fulton, Ky. lazy, you need a good clean' ; out you a first-clas- s light running Bardwcll, Ky. HERB1NE la the right thing Ut that Austin Spring, Tenn. wagon, made of bone-dr- y material throughout. purpose, ii stimulates the ttrer.toao Crut'chfleld, Ky. Hlnsborough, Tenn. up the stomach and purifies the Water Valley, Ky. Union City, Tenn. bowels. Mayfleld, Ky. Fulgrum, Ky. Prlco COc. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. atrength, hght running, etc. Remember that while Dublin, Ky. Beelerton, Ky. we are making extremely low A German farmer lost bis bora Fancy Farm, Ky. prices, we propose to give you just ns good a wagon as the Oakton, Ky. other fellow is now chargand wanted to advertise It The Murray, Ky. Columbus, Ky. ing you at least ten dollars more for. editor askodhlm what ho wished to Ralston, Tenn. Clinton, Ky. say. "You put In vat I told you," Moscow, Ky. Jordan, Ky. replied the man. "One night last hnvin8 hi3 own timber and mills, is in position !h? to build wagon, for udder day apout a eok ago hut who are compelled to go the open munt I hoard me a nolee by the front for their supply material. Being a large planter. Mr. ?f mlddlo of do iac yard, which lid us ,S m not used to be. So I Jumps the bed JUflt Whnl StyIc Wngn 8uit8 ,hc best and runs mlt the door out and vn I md now ,hick dc woe, I finds that my pig greaey Iron hubs and all other parts in proportion. mure ho was tied loose and running mlt dor stnblo off. Whoever prlnga Our foreman. Mr. Hertweck. and also our business him back shall pay five dollars manager. Mr. Bahzer. has 5-- lies. Hallow, R. D Ilea. 37 Klnibro, A. G Sallow, A. L. (Dutch) llvary Kea. 4 2to King, Xorrls Hallow, J. W res 1& Res. 3J Kirk & Rogers Hallow, W. C grooery 13 I'n Bouthol, W. D rea Store 95 Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co... store 6 Ledford & Handle res 38 IleUersworth & Prather ....Store 27 Leot, A. H., res re 13 2fe Leggate, Bogey 412 Broun, C. Al 41 lto Luek, J. N., ree 76 Uondurant, C. T 62 Luten, S. D Oarage ISO Blackford & Hubbard, Dfs..oftlo 67 LaClede Hotel ra 6 3H Ledwidg. Jas roe 413 Coffey, Mrs. M. J Shop lit Cotton & Adams res 29 Curiln, P. B., Dr. lies. 41 3V6 Mays, Jos... Offlco res 2 Moore. Frank S Creed, John 47 3 Morrow, T. H.... Brownsville 39 City Mayor's Office res res 32 2 MoMullIn, Henry Collins, Q. L 323 ae Curiln, Dr. C. W res rea 43 Sto MoDantal, M. A res u5 Cantillou, Joe ros 41 6to Maddox, J. S .4 64 - m Johnson, W. T M Johnson, W. C a QQ rtfB Hickman Furniture Co., headquarters for undertakers goods. If you wan: to buy a farm or town property, call at tho Courier office. Groceries Meats, etc. rs 32 LAND FOR SALE. I hnvc 10,000 Rcrci of Fulton Co.lnnd listed for snle, mostly bottom land, above and below Hickmnn. Alio some West Hickmnn proper When you feel laty, out ef sorts, ty, and n few hill farms and and yawn a goed deal In the daytime you ean charge It to a torpid liver houses nnd lots- - liberal which has allowed th ayatem lo get Now is the time to full of ItHpuritlefl. KKItni.N'K euro terms. all dlaorder prodneed by an Inactive buy land. Values are lower liver. It strengthens that organ, eleanaea the bowels and puts the in Fulton County than nn system In Rood healthy condition Will surely inPrleo Me. Held by lllokutrtt Drug where else. Company. crease 25 per cent in the next twelve months. Cnll W H Polagrove. one of the Ooar and let us show you what we ler'a good frtead. write "IVaae rhaag my nape- from Jordaa. Ky . have. to Trenton. Tenn I enclose l. ww B. G. HALE - In compliance with the wtah of Jim o, of Fulton. 11 la No ortlerwl that the Brigade meet In Pulton, on Sept.. 21ml. Ihsleftd of Sept . lath aa heretofore ordered. A laig nltendaiH-- of the memberaof th BrtfMde and their friends In desired by the Oanp and all the cltlaena of Fnllon Th Ihmm of representation will be the aarne na to the Ueneral Th election of Brigade and Officers will be hM at a awlt-ahlhoar during the day. Aa the yeara go onr member are gradaally decreaaiag. therefore the (larnl t'oti ton nd lag urfe that all member of the Brigade, who caa. lll attead the By Order Of minting. W. J. bVTONK. Brig On Ilrtle Cnmp e Ka-val- bH rUgt-mitnt- al e lie!, Krvid 33 42 43 Special Offer gal m 44 $50.00 52.00 55.00 3i 1 1 ,ch PTTCt?' rvm?r Very Best Kentucky Lum - T T ICOALI -- t FT" l, knT " J Z- Un' fc,,. Wr fnner d. DELIVERED- $4.25 A TON POSITIVELY NO CLINKERS Ask our regular customers how they like this coal. W. F. MONTGOMERY JiUljiajia.hLAA Undo Jno. Dodds and his wife Aunt Polly, two of the good, old time of this section, will loave In a short tlmo for Illinois to mako their homo. Thoy hnvo boon on the placo and worked for Isaac Snuff since March 3, 1873, and Mr. Shuf Bayrt ir thoro ever woro tuohonost, honorabe negroes on earth, It Is this aged cotiplo of tho old Southern reglmo. It Is llko parting with some of the fumily, and thoro Is a touch of pathos In th Ir farowoll In tho early days Inclc John belong to tho Dodds family Ho Ih ono of those negroes faithful to d,uty; in sorving, ho learned to lovo "his white folks;" his reward has been amplo. Victor Hugo has d tho lives of such ns him In tho character of "Gllllatt" Mb donar turo will snap another of tho few remaining threads which connect today and yesterday, and ere long his kind will be no more. ae-gro-os dos-crlbe- been raised up in the wagon business, having been connected with this plant pa cally all their lives, and both are thoroughly familiar with the important pomts of As a special inducement we will allow $5.00 for thi, advertisement when cu from this paper and presented at our office, and accompanied by cash order for wagon during the month of August. WHY PAY SEVERAL DOLLARS EXTRA FOR IUSTA NAMr wi irw YOUR HOME FACTORY WILL FURNISH A HICKMAN WAGON CO. INUUIIPORATED WS: WC en good stock of al, siZC Respectfully,