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The Hickman courier: September 1, 1910 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 hic1910090101_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: September 1, 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. w Action FOLKS NOW LIVING nc will m Fulton countyprint toll 70U that v.e ! roor localpaper In tblt other tfllun of Kentuoky I ''n THE HieKMRiN COURIER. Wagon up the The Hickman Courier From Notv Until Jan. 1, 1911 Only 25c. Section mean m tub-erlptl- 1 c A BLUE MAKE HERE your expired Kenew promptly if you wnnt tbe paper to come to you after thlt month that ba Advertising 01D1.BT ia the Team that PuIIb the Commeicial Ol BO. hill of Succpss The Courier has a Spankln' Good Team, GreasB the Rxlea of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up r -- WN- - . VOLUME IB PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 1, 1910. WHOLE KO.aUQO IN THE TEAK ESTABLISHED IBRO f':t''.':'.f'''..'?A':'... m ncKc mn there w A p- - Wtf" FOR BALK: II. Loot. C'ourlur 1911, te3 i. ' HERE are many points worth not- u Good country Kurd 1st, from now until Jan for 26c, y Case &. Hon make prompt deliver os Phono 18S. Heml tliu Courlur to your friend a way from houiu. J)oaBIrctibR Le J C. Heudjtx lift returned from n IiuhIimm Iti Southern Tetinease A Fre detriments are necessary and at u barfjnln. flue now Upright Piano far solo 85o J. K. Kuuuu. 3tc save much property, but they cannot S 8ed milk cow FOR 8AI.II: relied upon alvvayi. Although they wHli Mih( enlvw. It. Q. Mmldox. S rr.jy put out the fire water may do Fire J .11. HmwUy and family Ml ai much damage at the-firturance protects you against the for NiMthrlHe to sjnd n few by fire at well at the less by daya. is water damage. A fire Insurance pelWatch for It the greatest story try in a reliable eompany with a reprer ran In tho Ooorler will otort utation for fair dealing and prompt-- i ess is your best preteetlen. We rep OMM UW4 In Stt)taHiier. resent only such eompanles. Tlte Htakman Courier and Weekly UomMHsreJat hoth ono year R. T. TYLER, Agent. for $13. Qel thum now. Prl-4ay from the boning, nor can the celluloid- tipped bones break or punch through. man li Amos Brown The latitat man that llvta In town. of fame II has a ton who Uitiuii Laandcr la hit nam, flut that la not the point at all Tie thlt! Whtn Drown hit tan would call lit fott Into the yard, dott ha. A .SMS ing about a Warner s Corset aside from its shape, which is conced pliant nature of the boned to excel-t- he ing, its rustless virtue, and its service reliability. We guarantee it not only to fit well but to wear as long as any fabric can wear, not to tear or to pull away lay There is one thing more we can say in its drm Security Rubber the corsets. Button reliable, too. the supporters they are the Metal parts cannot rust any more than favoi- Apl. abakti tht oltandrr trtt, Why do Can't you ha do thatT And Price $1.00 to $5.00 Sato from Jl to 'i a thousand and The School of Music. a butter shlnglo direct from our Persona dvalrlng n full course In Kt i'S &. Kirk Sbluglu Co. ocal and Instruisuutal or Public tbool music, will enjoy unexeIUU Jllwt Stolla Salman who haa Ucou iportunitli'S In the Western Nor.-ma-l quiet III t her homo aovural days, speeial Information. rcurHd to "hor work Tuesday at Write Addree II. li. Cherry, Howling Green enB)eto. ralll-ValJ Ilt'a ealllnr: 'O. Ieandtr," Tes. Hut lan't he a laiy inaaT Soma ptopla call htm a "crazy man!" town told all ov-That haa It thlt lie hat a doKW.xxl tree CW to hit hoeta. wh.re ul may tee. id, And he It timid tn the you know, of tudden frlcht Bo. If bold burglara pronl around, Ilrown never makts the allgbtett r nlcM-Afra- fUtT Another freak of bn A mot Ilrown SMITH Si AMBURG LAND FOR SALE. Jr hy Quite a Change. In 1S46 MIm HfOe Weaver, of aeorgetowu, Ky.. ia the guest of her eatiHlu. Mrs VliRtutn llonlo, and other relalhee Site nrrlr.id In Hickman last Thura- - aound, Ilteauae ha knows the dorwood bark. Oil, ltn l n a laiy roanr Some ptople call him "eraty mani Notice Taxpayers! Big Bank Thefts. When the Bankers' Association of America convenes In . Los Angeles, soon, steps will be taken to establish safeguards about banks which will Drevent financial institutions from being looted in the future by unscrup ulous officials and employes. Follow ing are somo of the biggest hauls niado In the lost few days: Russo-Chl-nose I have 10,000 acres of day. Sam Salmon and llltlo daughcounty was vnlued ut $T8,60S. ter, MbM Oaudle, returned home Sat Average nluu tf land per acre, $5JT urday after a vtell to Mr. and Mrs. jmpujatjgnj.pitgr SI year .BUiiM!l'kOI,"otCttl0UU-tnS'lttUu- r' t ud the h of o;o. wb 701. UlefciiwH at that parents. . paputntloH of At m.- - had aState election Commissioners hut HtrkHMH eould WoH of unt tlin week appointed Chas. 0. Alexander. o churrlu- - tone Kpbteopal ami on Democrat nnd Kronk U. Hnrrls, Irvo for all denemlMUIottaj 13 4rM, eWUon comuiUsiuuura for S hotels, 4 physician, drug Pulton county. .d'tttuta. G lawyer, rectifying limit SO other 1 plotmk factory, it tau yard. laUemnn nays that, first of all. shops awl 1 nwpaiir, be Is for the Democratic part', and liohanlral the Dumoarntlo party as ho booh It. the Commercial Standard. The export for that year were Is compoMKl of Ham, Duuo, Itobln an .'.oo hogsheads of tnhaosjo, JW0 bale the booxu brigade. of rotioii, S00.000 bushels of corn, No vuoaBt UnalnoM houses, no vano bushel of wheat, MfiW dot' cant (UollliiK houscn In Hickman, turkeys. us of cnlekona ami tbo great demand HOtwlthstaiidliiB think of Um change. for them. Surely this Is a chance for somebody to get busy. ham Salmon left Sunday for New Tti ladles of tho Methodist ohuroh MnInd aii collectlnK all kinds of old paper which the' orpect to sail to a paper mill. If you have anything In thto line to contribute, notify Mrs. Maggie Handle. ti ti rvirr n iirnmliiHnt farmer of We have just received n the Dukedom vicinity, had tho misfor tune to low his tobacco barn aim nice lot of dishes -- gold uAitiiiflv nieht bv fire. He nnd floral designs that had Juat filled Uio barn and began we will offer nt extremely firing, and It cauflia ami toiauy low prices. See them nt stroyed 1L the taxable prniwrty of lr. - And, worat of alt, I've heard it said. State, County, School and Leveo II had an oak tree that was dead . M. l... jem loin nlA nnw but falUns limb Or times lor uiut.i.. ,.,. ..... tw rinn . Nor crathlnir boush aftected him. t. wv "' , oue anu puyuuiu. cut It down And be would f!r mi- - dntmtirtH nt tho Hlckmnn Dank, ,4 For ha wat laiy Atnti Brown. tatd KUiad ha'd let lit waa tohe Wc to cut away. It atayjl IflloUman. Ky.. or tho City NaUonal -'"5K It "Let It alant." he tlihtd. "the thfas (Bank, at Fulton, Ky. Pay now and At like aa not will lav next tprlngl" avoid tbo rush. Now, watn't he a laiy manT Bom popl call him "rrair n.ant" Goalder Johnson, Sheriff. arty d2 nvr .r.. jv, ci TVII.BVK D. KE1IBIT. tor. Th The Owl. owl It declared to be wlti; It's mad up of ftathert and eyea That's not much, but then Thtte ara lota of wit men Who ar judftd by their looks and their alia She Is. Big Show Coining. The To wouldn't Would hold Yet tprlnc It backward when the holda America will be In Hickman for ono Old winter In her lap. weok commencing Monday Sept. 12 r.ank, Pittsburg, $1,105,000. August Ropko, Fidelity Trust ComHlMnt: big city production undor tho The Authors opinion. pany, Louisville. 11,140.000. largest rainproof pavilllon ever The critic's Jedirment upon his play The author dreads: Oliver M. Douglas, bookkeeper for similar purposes. W. I. turn to tsyt But If It'a a failure -Swain Is tho pioneer of this class of Trust Company of America, $1,300,-00ever their headt " It wat amuBomont, having branched out Indecon-atruct- a chilly chip. call her backward" W. I. Swnln Show Company, Uio biggest, oldest and who Known na boat equipped show of its kind in Fulton Co. land listed for sale, mostly bottom land, above and below Hickman. Also some West Hickman proper ty, and a few hill farms and houses and lots liberal Now is the time to terms. buy land. Values are lower Edwin Wider, Cashier in Fulton County than any Dank, charged with the theft of where else. Will surely in TC00,00O. Savings Bank, crease 25 per cent in the Officials of Denver 11,700,000. next twelve months. Call T. Leo Clark, Enterprise Bank of and let us show you what we Plttaburg, Jl.200,000. Henry IUber, paying teller; John have. Young ,Cnsh!er, Farmers' National B. G. HALE. Wo aro informed htat tho Cana dian thistle Is flourishing in thin county, and Is now in blossom, and very soon Uio seeds will be blowing In every direction. It is a vlolaUon of tho Suite law to allow ono of theso thistles go to seed on your premises or in tho public road ad Joining same, and the penalty Is a very heavy fino. Therefore wo urge everyone to destroy these noxious weeds at once, and do not allow them to blossom. h'i 0. " hat She will net war the That comet In tprlnsa ntw fashion "pill-box- Against Her Principles. DISHES She hain't any ute for that Sbe la a Chrittlan Seltntltt. Give Him a Medal. bMwme a plutocrat But flrmljr holda thlt attitude! When with reporter he will chat H will not tpeak a platitude. llt: If haa n Kirk xioiuo Rogers iiioio on RED TRONT GROCERY STORE s whon iwoplo want anything they look In tho nowepapors to find whero to get It. If thoy wont h sorvlcea of a painter, a oarponany other mo- ter, a plasterer, or chanlc of tradonmn, thoy oxpeci to find n card In the pnir. Thoy look for It If thoy find ono tho advertiser Ketfl a Job. Judicious advertising Now-a-day- payfl. Course In Agriculture. Tho Western Kentucky Stnto Nor mill School offcra a pratlcal course of study in Elementary Agriculture. Demonstration and actual vork done on school farm. Teachers will havo an opportunity to preparo for tench- lug tbo subject. Great opportunities offered young mon who expect to mnko farming a llfo work. Courso Wrlto for begins Sopt C, 1910. Information. Address H. II. Cherry, President, IJowllug Qreou, Ky. pendently of the theatrical trust some Private railroad equipo Independent lighting plant, ment boxoa and sofa seats, augmented orchestra nnd a band of solo constitute some of tho exclusive features of this enterprise. their enormous seating capacity per mits of moderato prices of admission and tho merit of tholr productions fills the largo capacity nightly. O. S. Hlxson, bookkeeper Union years ago. prl-vut- Trust Company, Pittsburg, $125,000. J. Howard Lowry, Cashier Utlca National Bank, $115,000. The grand total of money alleged to have been stolen from banks and trust companies by officials ana "trusted employes" in Uio past five years ia over $36,323,000. Col. C. L. Walker, accompanied SUngs or bltea of Insects that aro followed by Bwelllngs, pain or Itching should bo treated promptly as they aro poisonous. BALLARD'S 8NOW LINIMENT counteracts tho poison. It la both antiseptic and heaung. Prlco 25c, COc and $1 per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. STRAYED OR STOLEN: From my one Misses Frankyo Ueid, Leah Barry and brown Jersey cow; crop off right and Lite Iteld, left for Memphis Saturday split In left ear, branded on right night to meet Mrs. Walker nnd chil- hip "AL" connected. Any informadren, on their return from a visit tion will be liberally rewarded. A H. Leet. at Mena, Ark. by farm 4 miles eaBt of Hickman, ' $25.00 Reward Lost, Strayed or Stolen, from lot In Annlston, Mo., on Sunday night, Aug. 7, ono pair of red sorrel horso mules, about 1C hands high, three and six years old; the youngest has white spot In face. $25 reward will bo paid to anyono giving Information leading to recovery of same. J. L. 3tc Crosier, Charleston, Mo. flovornors nro to bo elected In 30 States Uils fall. Malno, Vermont and Arkansas will choose their oxecuUvca In Soptombor and Georgia In October. In Uio remaining 32 States tho Governors will bo chosen nt tho general olectlons In Novomber, when In tho 62nd Congress will also bo elected. repre-sontaUv- Mr. Ambitious Man & : Shock Feli Friday, I Pointer S Mo. 3 of the today is gathering in and foflcring the good will depositor of moderate means. The successful bank of the future is the bank that have been J The slrongcil banks of today are those that of the built on n policy that invited the "small deposits mnny, not the large deposits of the few. q And so Peoples Bank. this outlines the policy of The DepartWe offer practical encouragement in our Savings how small ment, and wish to assure you that, no matter appreciated, and your account is your business will be shall have our careful consideration. A aneolal from Tlptomillo, Friday, says: Tho peoplo or tnis section wore aroused from their slumbers nt 4 o'clock this morning by tho heav lest earthquake Uiat has been felt for years. Dishes rattled In the, sholvos, houbos cracked llko thoy would ho torn to pieces and there uns n nolao and a sensation similar to that produced by frolght cars lteolfoot bumping together, was formed by nn oarthquako nlnoyears ago, and tho snnKo tins morning seonied to bo n gcntlo thnt old terra flrmn was looso ening up and getting ready to tho one hundredth anniversary of tho occasion. Tho shock was also felt very distinctly In Hickman. o colo-brnt- t I Isn't a vacant business lot on Clinton street worth $2,000, or more? Well, if you can buy a lot in our new business section for from $200 to $300, can't you see that you will make big money if you swing on to it. Our lots are cheap because they are right in the heart of the producing end of the town, and the bust- ness located on our property is going to " GET THE MONEY." 525 men working at Mengels, employees of the Cotton Gins and Grist Mill, the farmers bring- ing their produce to the cotton gins, grist mill and Mengels; these are the resources which business houses located on our property will have to draw from and these are the backbone of trade. Draw a map of the town, locate the factories and gins and see if our Subdivision is not the heart, center and key to the bus- iness situation. Then think of the fact that we will sell you these on easy terms, and what an opportunity you have to make money. The foresighted wise man will invest. t v ; crossing Is being put tho Hickman Wagon Co In between office nnd tho St Louis Furnishing A concreto Co. t rm (in It Is probable that will bo Hickman's next succeeding Tom Dillon, Mighty good fellow for John Wright City Marshal, Jr.. docoasad. tho placo. t RUSSELL JOHNSON. J For RICHMOND & BOND CO. store -- . a broken ana. M Walter Taylor's HtUo daughter has 2 'rT'fi mmmmmmmmm . .uiu &'- - mkklim.,-.- .t-- i'alilsto,,iUmilAti;M BEJ SiR THE HICKMAN COURIER! Owns Too Much Land.,, "Covert Western Kentadtt LHc the ! Tito famous Miller estate in California has been augmented by the Subscription Rates, $1.00 per year purchase of Uio Lax ostato for $5 Miller now owns 600,000 00.0,000. acres lu California, 200,000 In Oregon. COTTON GOES TO On this land thoro aio 1,000 miles of canals and ditches, 250,000 head of MOST SENSATIONAL ADVANCE cuttle and 250,000 sheep. The estate RECORDED ON EXCHANGE. cuts through tho conter of California embracing nearly u third of tho best Nat Profit of $2,000 on Every 100 Bales part of tho btato. It was secured largely through aeries of frauds. It August Cotton Bears Forced to Bid Fabulous Prices. appears that after all tho bonanza farm is not a thing of tho past. New York he most sensational ad- Wiuuo, Ark. Progress. vance In cotton that has been recordTills is to much laud for one man ed since the close of the Civil War occurred Monday oil the local lottou to own. It ought to bo divided and exchange. Millions of dollars were gho hundreds of poor but deserving made and lost In as many seconds. jouug farmers a chunco to buy a The gambling In cotton, If It uia bo small farm off it. o called, was deoted to what Is known as August delitories. William P. Brown, who led the aggrejsle bull 1 movement, is said to have cleared up POSTAL BANKS NOVEMBER somewhere between J2.000.000 and J3r of System Are Planning to 000,000 on the da's transactions, but Trustees to Install From Twenty-Fiv- e Mr. Broun is a clean cut, ell built, Fifty on That Date. courteous Southerner with big brown mustache, and notwithstanding his gyWashington, Aug 30. The trustees rations in the cotton pit for a mat- of the postal savings bank system are ter of three hours in the most stren- aranglng to Install between 25 and 60 uous day of the existence of the cot- banks In as many sections of the ton exchange, he emerged from the country by the first of Noa ember. ring without so much as a wilted The service at first afforded will collar. necessarily bo limited, in as much as More August cotton has been con- congress appropriated only $100,000 tracted for than could by any posalulo with which to Inaugurate the whole chance be delivered. When the mar- system. Out of this sum the prelimiket opened Monday morning both the nary expenses, such as providing bears and the bulls admlted the ac- forms, stamps and Instructions, must curacy of this statement, and forth-wit- h be paid. There will be little left for came & battle roal. any other purpose. It Is admitted that on every 100 Cellas Ordered to Washington. bale of August cotton purchased at Now York. Aug. 30. United States the price prevailing on Saturday there Judge Hough signed a warrant for the was a net profit of $2,000. Tie bears, driven to their wits end removal to Washington, D. C, of ere Louis A. Cella, the St. Louis millionto make good their contracts, forced to bid what a few weeks ago aire, his brother Angelo, and Samuel would have been regarded as fabu- W. Adler. who are alleged to have oplous prices for the Southern staple. erated a bucket shop. In violation of The bulls, representd by William P. the federal laws. In the District of Brown, Frank B. Hajn, Eugene O. Columbia. 'Scales and one or two ethers who Doctor Dies at Patient's Bedside. maintain a minor position In the bull Sharon. Pa., Aug 30. At a bedside clique, were confident of their post tlon, having In the port of New York, taking the teinperatuio of a patient Dr. 'la doaks and in storage warehouses The Samuel C Johnson droppd dead cause of his death was angina and hi transit to this city somewhere1 between 100,000 and 125.000 bales ol pectoris. Dr. Johnson was 57 years old. this most valuable commodity. SPECR & SEXTON Vtvt" PUBLISHERS Local $ Whui in need of fire Insurance, see Ascber Kennedy. 202 guaranteed - Chats I.Igo Oman was here from Monday. Tipton-vllle, 1 Service and Safety bus-IneB- 20c K L. King and wlfo nro b.iok from A flno girl urrived at tho home of a visit lu Memphis. Lous Weathcrly, Aug. 16. a sack. Case & Fancy Patent. Try Son, Phone 183, Judgo W. A. Naylor made a trip to Fulton Tuesday. s J;ia. Jackson and wife, of Clluton, Miss Hunt, of Covington, Tonn., Is wore guests of S. M. Nalfeh and wlfo tho guest of Miss Swaun Naylor. last week. S P. Honry and Honry Treas nro No bank of tho city of Iliokman spending a few da) ft at lied Dolling seems to covet tho designation for Springs, Tenn. tho postal savings bank privilege. Take, out that Insurnneo today. You W. Y. llaniuious returned to Itta may bo next to burn out. Kennedy, lkma. Miss., Inst wvek after u visit the insurance Man. with his slstor, Mrs. J. S. Maddox, J I. Uoblneen and wife left tost Mr. Wntterson could never havo week for their home In New York, known how unpopular his position Is after a vtalt with Hickman relative ou the prohibitory laws of the Stnte Lee Crube. formerly at Marion. if ho had not written so much about Ky , ban been Nominated for Goverlu tho columns of the Courier-Journal- . it Very few, if any, of the Stato nor of Oklahoma by the Democrats. papers are with him lu his position It matters Hot where KenlueklaM go, they always cowo to the top. ou whlskoy in politics. The caso of Hobln Cooper, charged with the murder of former United States Senator B. W. Conuack, has been set for triul at Nashville on November 19. Cooper has been con vlcted at a former trial, but the Supremo Court gave him a new trial. Ho la under a $10,000 bond and Is travollng in Europe. Phelps was kicked In the a mule Thursday afternoon, resulting In the right side of kt physiognomy being slightly twletl. It was HeceiMary to take a few Hi tehee Ih the wound. Wet O. W. don't rem to mind a Utile thing like that. and will coltNe In the mult tmet-neeW. face by O s. We offer you a complete banking service and provide abs iut safety for your funds We want your banking business, ar j whether your account be large or small, we will extend evrrv consistent banking accommodation and will protect your intercs.1 ; It u with the same rare and ftdelity that we apply to our own our business to receive and safeguard deposits to loan muu on proper security; to transmit money to other cities and cout tries; lo collect notes, etc., and, in general, to render every fluanolnl service within the scope of a modern banking inititu Come in and see us when we can be of set vice to you tlon 5 fcfc MTTM iW1b TT - Capital and Surplus, . T. nt.HW. gnfci $05, 000.00 JOHN Ilt. . C. KHIIIt. Caihlcr 1'tJ.IJ. Al'tUMt,irf S: drinks blood of victim Portugutse Merchant, a Human Vampire, Siys He FeMowed Advice of Gypsy. ij Killed in Runaway, Johe Hfenw. of SemtHirg. Mas ly lajwred Ih a niitaway m UMy smaday afetfet. dying fruu. : Lm fi--- Lisbon, Awe- - M An netMl bman "vampire" Is HiMer arreet ia GMUaaa, in thepenen of a marefeant Mined Don Salearrey. lit Is M l bare onfcsc4 the murder of Um yoeaj; sen ef a WcVstth sad la luvo drank the child's Meed. In esstlfUMUoa, Belvarrey Mid fee was a Nlarer fr plseaciarjr (ton-blM ifeM a gypey ad lard the drinking of kerna Meed fnwh rrosm (fee vrla The gypsy fee said, reviled . a MMsaber of evrea law Is believed is fee laetae tV-td81-vat-r- Jarteo kIhwi mm Moaday Mr SImw, wfee ua u tur aumurit. had flcrtl ejuMx ly la ike atjefet e, L m m "s... MfiM mm - wt a i- - awaMwwi m trmm MTjrqr r TAFT President COASTS 90 MILES dasvy. aad at owe time knui, foreed t fpraiim the v aitd '. is Urn Imk doaks at lUwbyt,, Juat drive lato the cMy. Mt. fearaeM gave wy .ife Hon t la MRkieeted aad seartlmt t tmw was Ikrowa from ti Mr Hk sack ktree tfeat Um UtuK shall wae fraetstred. lie lo a tmyseema effme. wfevrv-- j. mataed oatD few dtlk witfeout , rtder raids ih i MAY BE APPALLING DISASTER u SCHLENKEB B.-X- TENNESSEE STATE FAIR 25c ia la Went Tswaaases Ind paay. wkioh cJaltas to Ute whose local agency we have. aad ptctarosaaa. The premdsas trav under Ik HaKy of death it Let us show you what real elod over the road that ike BiiUsh aasd oa their way to Coaeerd. aad fee failed is do m clothes satisfaction means. lie wo wen ktHH In Hickman poeeed the spot where the tablet marks tfee end of the famoas rfeJe oi Paal Kevere Our Me cofpj I a ortd beat. A I DafellM tfee preleat sad Mr & 1'raUm Taft and part) were lh guvat of toe irt eereiarr of tfee troaeury aad Mr. MacVeach. IM Um iwm plH(ee wfelki you . Hy Ulsh Judge Kd Creesmad. of Martmid. loft Ian week for Tama. OkU . is m-A Surprise Wedding. In Memorial!!, "Man wants feet MUe here blc eat ami oshUmh the practice of his Ile'a nut as bard Is please profpeetoR. Uot wiibwm, felese her little heat Tuesday ulgbt at 10 o'clock, at tho Whorcas, death has removed from WaNu every thinj; she sees " homo of tho bride, Miss Lucy E. our midst our friend and brother, Itol-unCall at tho Hickman Furniture Co. Mi Kico and Jas. W. Mayes, two of tho L. Amberg, who was about to for anything you ai want In furniture Mre new residence neenleil h'i i .1 popular young ptoplo of this section, enter upon a largo field of usefulwere united in marriage, lie v. O. W. ness In the practlco of the law, hav i Wilson officiating. To say tho least, ing well qualified himself, for the J i, iniutr...,..-- ,. mat o Trn tho wedding camo as a groat same; ddBMBiWaSjV ' hi to tho friends of the contract And whereas, ho was as exempla( ing parties. Only tho Immediato i i couple witnessed tho ry Christian character and a faithi families of the in Thp coromony After tho serving of dain ful and promising member of the ty refreshments, the happy couplo Mothodlat Church and loved by all YAiSS.TLteaSiTw Thoroughly dependable stock boarded tho train for St. Louts, Chi- who knew him, H cago and other points, whore thoy And whereas, ho manifested an InNewest and best of goods i r will spend soveral days. terest in our work, having mot with Benuln, .nj "&SSJ. W. eil .l ule Oat lb. & Many handsome Silverware patterns and assisted us on vurlous occasions; The be.l.d mo., efficient , Tho bride is a daughter of Mr. and i w.Ur .upp,y wl ho your. f you ,. Mrs. T. M. IUce, of near State Line, Thorofore, bo It resolved: lA A Jewelry of every conceivable sort i ono of tho sweetest and most and is First, that we. tho Ministerial An- '4 Nn M CI.... i.. I . i... . . i charming llttlo ladles of tho county. soclaUon of U Diamonds of the finest quality Hickman, do horeby ex WHn Ilia Unwnnrti linRineennu Service FREE man of her press H That sho will make tho Nrrlvm. nnt m.Kir nMnnfarlnr our siuouro regrets In thnt w lnLd in Um cr llr, r buriJ in ii.i Uiik l. I iUr tups lr Watches of all reliable makes choice a good wife goes without say havo .. ""'rMrNrimtlWB lost from our midst a character '"' lnm1"' "pHt' rrobiMnfc Iwr ucflllr ing. 4 on rtii (round anil i . . fl!;l!l.,",r.1,,u ate ti Prices that are right M Mr. Mayes is ono of tho finest that had nlready accomplished much mm sjinUIP liOf all .itraoir. in u..r ail It, nt r MmlMsM muh ni . HirnfiM good and had promised to reach a fll nillllllr Uaaraath.l. .k. talr so young mon of our acquaintance .' j greater degree of usefulness, or., for tmmnn. ll,."7l,7 anr ii,TTl KSZSE.'TPVT.-lw- . (Si man " mniifi irftu "''.. ..Lt . i ber, honest. Industrious and full of Second, that a copy of theso resobusiness. He owns ono of tho best S..JT i "V1'"- or . "ln..ainR...eecirt,ilf aniM. t Mliihriion lliloil ,, oibtt it . Oar . J.m H1tlA.a Hill ... . farms in Fulton county, and knows lutions bo furnished tho Hickman rnmmn. V -- .7.. ij.lwn" 1""" " Oourlor for publication, also a copy of rlinrce. 2 how to manage It. Ho is a son of r.t.m (. .r,nUM ":!"!" Mrs. Jno. Mayes and well known bo furnished tho Nashvlllo Christian ' at Advocate for publication aud that a throughout this section. " vainaniif.1 VI IkX W.Uk.aiiii..M:i, copy bo sont to tho family. ' esV?S. .' .A." ' 'J. gm. 'X. ft-tJ I Arm mlia.J - .V atwance Wattr Snppt; Co., 1,1 Tho Courier wishes them all hapThat n copy of thoso resolutions "IMI, HI. yiinfl ,S ( Sr- -r i'Jh PRi piness possible. bo spread upon tho minutes of the an 4 4El4i 1 .rT I I I taLT .l If. soclatlon. Tsrv"- -,. O. W. WILSON, Havo you taken any stock In tho W. O. STOCKTON, Mississippi Valley Transportation Co. D. W. BRYANT, yet ? Every citizen Interested in Committco Hickman should tako at least ono Ask for Our Catalog share at 50. You pay S16 down liittll if . ,,rS1"lllHalrinlii.ur balance In 18 months. NASHVILLE, SEPTEMBER I9th-24t- h. An old lady was visiting somo of ralH l 1P.I ,U , lh. .d,.nl,, , her relatives In tho city. When thoy .lVii V."l ,,'VSr,",, "" '" "li l One fare plus for round trip over i Your grocery order will receive woro snowing her the sights of tho ' uig town inoy camo to a largo build prompt attention If telephoned to ing For Snlo by with a largo sign on It which Bettersworth & Prather. Both phones. road: "Smith Manufacturing Co." wnon sno saw this sho exclaimed: ii " Tickets on sale September 17-2- 4 saf ; i inclusive. Good until Sept. 26, 1910. All the usual services will be hold "Now, look at that I had always wonuereu wnoro all tho Smiths camo at tho Methodist Church next Sun- One of the Greatest State Fairs ever held. DON'T MISS IT. I day. from." i Fulton Firm Fails, Whole Upper St Mary's Valley Is Circled. Fire Spokane, Wash. Disaster sb appallOn last Saturday night at a Uto ing as that which swept the region of Wallace and Avery a week ago threat- hour tho largo stock of confectlonory ens the whole of the valley of the goods, cigars, soda fountain and lu Upper St. Mary's rlvor in Northern fact the whole business of the firm Idaho. 'of Lewis & Tuckor foil into tho Seven hundred men, employes ol hands of It. M. Chownlng. the Coeur d'Alone Timber Protective Tho public In general Is very mush Association, are fighting fires that are j in sympathy with the gentlemen eating Into the heart of the timber. the above named firm and If a wind rises before the rain comes sincerely hope that an adjustment of nothing can save the timber. These forests are probably the fin- affairs can bo brought about and est in the world, and all are patented that they can continue in business More homesteaders have deserted for they are both nice, clean, accom- their claims and they were all warned modating gentlemen, and a firm of by the association; It is improbable this kind Is needed In Fulton. Wo that all heeded the advice. do not know tho cause of tho failure At this time tho liabilities are given at $8,100, and It is Impossible to Bulte's Excellence flour la positive- glvo tho assets at this time with ly guaranteed by us. Bettersworth any degree of certainty. Fulton Tri& Prather. . bune. -com-potlng i I Style in clothes is that touch which gives them individuality and distinction. You will find it in the GOOD CLOTHES made to your measure by mhI Wife m AhU Speed day moraiag H was decide! Dewfl Mewhtaln Side Frees pkjrwVdSM Uial aa operatleit New Hampshire Tewn. fJ MASTER JAILORS W M-A Ilrverly. the village of iMiblia lacked away la tfee liampafelre fouUllia. Prlii'mil Mv Tall coaated M uMmjivwn to ewtf aad tfee tea level Tfee drtm wn nearly l.St fee and tfee prvptdeat was whirled aloag la fete atomoWIe at speed of from M to U miles aa Knm , a. Hour. od. BijoWop feavtwe fsreed to the doelts, Mr fsmw was oa CMdoOS wfe!prd by tk Mcht r. aad forc4 u, ap aH )a fee aeoetautry far ereti i ht aot of hi recovery, feat i hofsre Um oprUaw oeeld be iuu . bi ti. rv The ramie feopie was hotfe historic on E. R. ELLISON I WHY DEAL HERE? sur-prls- n li Running Water in Your House and Barn Lverv lav mt , B E C rvewanee System of Water " r"'" 1' Supply ,, mm '' S E I ru it .., ( U I ... - ' ! - - uur Guarantee The Jeweler .' ;;; i -. ij Wf' -- in. m risrss . 'av ir !f ' , "- 1 r.- fiKmMtsmmtW 64-Pa- ge N. C. & St. L. Ry. MIL "'' mttttjAitt'A xmn?xc&jmivi JvsKiw5sC1 4tv,3SrUI' HICKMAN PLUMBING AND TINNING CO. ' Mf lfWH I r - r c i :i Stands Like a Stone Turns Cittlt, Horsts, Hogs ra I I I Wall 'r Is Practically Indutruotibli I I 11 .. 'I I T 'I' """ ' r-- iDr , 10 PER CENT $ .) 7 Al . - . .. " """ - " - AMERICAN FENCE Iluy your new fmre for years to come Get the nip, heavy wires, the hinge hunt the r xhI the exactly proportioned quality of steel that is not too hard nor ' U We can show m this fence in our stock and ext'Uin its merits and superiority, ot only m the roll but in the fielC. OFF s f J tf a m give you an extra 10 better price than you have been getting. Call and let us explain how we can do it. Keep your eye on the Gun now as we are certainly going to wake things up along all lines of Hardware, Stoves, Queerisware, Buggies, Wagons and Wheat Drills. VfE are determined to make this Falls Business the biggest in our history, and just for a starter we have on hand a car of some special sizes of AMERICAN FENCE, that we will i Vrl Hickman Hardware Company -- incorporate: Do a Utile advertising. l HHial attention ai.nouiKwMwnt I V of tin- - Obion called to the County Ut othi-- r A I, iKHinnHl wait In I'nlon City Wednesday. Mrs. Spann Dead. Mrs B. I. Spann. ot this city, dld Snturdny after u throv wcuks' IIIhobs of stuiiiuch trouble, nud the remains wr taken to Greenfield, Tenn . for burlitr Sunday. Decoaeed Is sunlvsd by her hus bflnd nud thnm small children, who hav rwldsd here for about three years. Mr. Spann Is nu otnploye of ihti Hickman Wniton Co. Heyond the fact that the family came here from Greenfield nnd nro highly respected In thle city, wo are unable to glvo TfievSlMPLIFYING HValsMnii v SpellliiK xir. in thle tamr. wktok will bsatln flHMlHy, Of II titid lotiiiniic 4 Uv l'rwtrt HmII mi kiiih art- - th.it Ik I1 na will W IH fcs fair i bat n oeuHty. kati m tinit a mI diL TWe Ifloars ak us in i !' tlwl pNfrie of MKkOMn and l a HtMKlal Invitation ,o it.njr lmv 1" prwe-H- t trr7 day, and guaranty - r good tirni an mi- - wax tnrougn Harry IIuIcomiIm and family rams In SHinrday to vhlt hie mother nnd relative .r well known pktHMr Inform us coiloii puking wMI begin some usm till month in i hi vicinity. Mint tons words o(t rmilndi ui make ornild W ich vn tub Hiw flmbi Ilev A Turklngton who recently resigned as pastor of the Hickman Itaptlst church, left Tuesday for Day ton. Ohio, to make his future homo The good wishes of the friends of An Atlanta man has sued a druggist Ke-- . nnd Mrs. Turklngton follow for 2fi.Ouo because his wife's toes them to their new home. were senrred and their 'beauty" by some corn medicine repre-s- . Call at the Hickman Furnituro Co. nt cd to be harmless. for anything you want In furniture LOTS FOR SALE: I havo lots In West Hickman which sell singly or as u whole. L. lison. 7 I will 1'. El' good Monday the ra. Mftfaeel writ, tuucb the civil war. Thin m the notation for SUtltl-- l Cmuh n.-- . nut rni'h Mora than p.xilrj half the time Oft we stumble Asking-- : to lnJlrtlon f -- stggW" 7j -. i r dcllwry "JL VXfH7J--l 'd "A fa d i fat &A AL further particulars. The beroaved husband and little ones hae the syuipnthy of the en-ti- n community. Mott'e Nervine Pills The great nerve and brain treatment for men and women, produces strength and vitality, builds up the sytem and ronowa tho normal vigor. For sale by druggists or by mall, $1 por box, 6 boxes for C. Hickman Drug Co., Incorporated. Time to got busy. mnctr. "I It V or In thr crnnd old days of Chnu er No surli frrls ui this rould be oct vr nkZJr fwTATir.s rim G IMd For futther lolormali Duys uml Nldhls Fire Works-Mu- sic Races Hor.se Show mill Hippodrome Each Nliiht. t.t "snow window.T V f tw t wto J. W. From old Chile to Siberia Countless prns are held In air While folk try to spell diphtheria. And sive up, and pause to swear -- l' JhQ& gz -- te::-'-.-Pv-';-::-- . (D:? : ."S. II.V.V.-.-- rs1V yy )f " Sr-- . "' y$&J SS ncr.t. r MM MAN. Sacraliuy. tttalllnr fetters us break Erntilate our boun.1. the With which now our hands are alphn-better- s tet us spell things as they sound vTou would keep things as they Tou are anxious to sucgt you Think ne're apt to eo too far? What? It does not Interest you? 'J aret ilLmli As Comfortable as Bare Feet sssaast-a---M-r Buy Ice Coupon Books AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL fc I What has boconio ot the new road? A rail- - real, spelllnc's earnest. cotton gin will be operated at Spelling's must be Dlnlect Its seal. Mabel this fall. And whlchexer way thou turnest Mrs. K. Saturday M Nnlfeh. of Clayton, spent us get up competitions, nnd Sunday with Mrs. S. Let Dive out words Involved and long, . Newer forms are seen to roll. wa, With the high and prized positions For the ones who spell them wrong. g 1 1 & No ice will be charged. The drivers will either expect them to credit Iect ensh or coupons. 1. 1 I. .11 r i ..!. you, tor tney win Ioe ennrgcu wun cwu uuun., uu will have to account for the ice they take out for dc- col-Do- n't 1 1 1 without stint Geo. G Clark, the mule buyer of Ten years In the future, maybe. Mnyfleld, wns here Tuesdny and pur We will hfive It all worked through. So that any little baby chased a few mules. Can spell what It wants with "Goo. SJ Ktibscrlbero Mr nnd Mrs. Herman Santos, of Welnter. Johnson, Murray. Worcester Union City, vlsltad Mr. nnd Mrs. U. Let us put them out of print; Let us exrh one be a booster-L- et I'nrhum Suiuluy. us misspell livery. The Cotirlor has put on Ml now Ipogrnphers we'll do It! We'll HtlRln that goal, and then during tho month of AuTake otrh lanaiiHge and go through It gust Thnt's not so bad. And mlkopell the words ngnln. WILBUR This rule will not apply to soda fountains, butcher shops, fish docks and other large users of ice, as their accounts will be on file at our office. i Hickman Ice O". 5 Coal Co. (INCORPORATED.) . V. XIXjiIjC3Nrf 3Vtii.;ox-- The Home TelopUono Co. has In stalled n booth and pay station ut the IioClede Hotel the only one In Doing hard work In a bont or stoop Hickman. lug position puts n stitch in tho back Shelrff Goaldor Johiibon. Doputy .1. that Is painful. Ifthe muscles have K Goaldor and Goo. Kvans made a become strained, you can't got rid rnld on a big oraps pimo down on of it without help. The great penetho loveo Saturday uftonioon and trating powor of BALLARD'S SNOW caught 21 whlto boys nnd men und LINIMENT will appeal to you most one negro rolling tho "bonos." They strongly at such times, because It Imvo tho numos of nluo others, who Is tho very thing you need. Price will also be brought before Judge 25c ,50c and $1.00 per bottlo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Noylor la duo time. D. NKS11IT. Perfect foot protection for women h com less comfort hitherto unknown. Not a pinch not a Tubpiait, flexible, tough soles and g splendid Most for the money. foot-fittin- style. MADE BY isiiri 2TOAE mi CUSTOM oWertheimer-Swart- s Shoe Co. ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. r'r1 - f.tdP?..jY !! tj Jt J&L BIT. ft 1 idC I I .ft ,l 1,1 . . fr ' jiL ilV.. h i Ill Jim - . - !J.A --wtur" Sulphur Springs I 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 3?a3ncnr ivxxi.kox. Thursd'y Night man Business -- Directory ""! M""t"l"l"l I l"t"t"l"M" ASK FOR RATES- - Heard aflfei On the Streets I DAIRY. WOODLAWN A. H. Loot, Prop. II' I' I' l"l"l"l l"M""-t-M- " I I ! t"l' ! I" Schmidt, the Tailor. Pulton has a carnltal. church. All tliis Just goes to show that folks are taking to tho Hickman wagonthat they're going to havo thorn. We aro glad to sco tho business growing Its a splendid enterprise and worth much to Hickman. HICKMAN j MARBLE WORKS K8TA11MBIIEI) 1S TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (HuccKr to II. O. itammaga, defeated Best of Milk and Duttor dellvorod. Homo Phono No. 27. McMURRY &. )entltt Davidson's old stand. Phone Hickman, Ky. HICKMAN Ernest Newton was hi Union City Sunday. FLAT Attorneys at Law Hep. F. S. Mooro was In Union City Office over Hickman Drug Compay Tuesday. Hickman, Ky. W. A. Dotlds nnd wlfo were lu Ful ton, Sunday. BETTERSWORTH & PRATHER Groceries FOR SALE: 60 good tirood ewes. City Delivery; both phouos No. 28. Cc Isoao Shuff. "Boat of Ever;' !ng" S. D. Luton and wlfo motored to HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Fulton Sunday. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. MOVING PICTURES at the Lyric Phone 20, night or day. Saturday night. Hickman, Ky. All work satisfactory or money returned. Schmidt. DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. No. 2 i Jemmsam yr AtWm The International Tailoring Co. of New Voik and Chicago have this to lay about every suit or overcoat made by thenu "WE GUARANTEE EVERY GARMENT TO BE RIGHT IF IT IS NOT RIGHT YOU HAVE NO RIGHT TO TAKE IT." That h the RIGHT way to do thing! and hero U the RIGHT place to come for good clothe at popular price. 1 I FOR SALE: Best Business property in Hickman. building One 00 one, one story building 20 xOO, on Jackson St. one door west of Hickman Courier. If not sold privately will be sold at auction on Monday Sept.! 10, 1010. For other information see W. J. Barry at the building. 2-sto- ry Marble and Granite SBBBT 2x - SBBBBBr BBBBbY Monuments BBBB CURBING, STONE WORK OP AI KINDS, IRON FENCING -- . Hickman, Kentucky 3rt3MSMHPM i. m m DAILY DIET IIINTS x au.ci wf. rent BpUlUt. u Practical Fashions CURLS' ORCSS, r FOODS Notice, To all parsons indebted to us on past due aceouHts and notes, tako WHICH DIOtttT HAn M0NIOU8LY. Fall and winter samplos are here. Schmidt, the tailor. C. P. Shumate made n business trip A. J. HARNESS CO. Wright, Manager. to Nashville, Tuosday. Read our special offer borrowing the Courier. Louis markets, Sunday. Hickman Furniture Co., headquarters for undertakers goods. Born to the wlfo of John Moore, Monday night, a daughter . ; and quit Makers and Dealers In Harness. Repair Work a Specialty. S. M. Nalfeh will leave for tho SL 9' MILLET & ALEXANDER law promptly attended further notion. notloe we will ask for Judgment unto without IttapL. NAYLOIt MKRO. CO. Klenke Gets Raise, W. 11. A. M. TYLER ' j! 42fik hni- -- ' Attorney-at-La- w 11 Will practice in all Courts of the State. 3CXlclE.xxxn.xi., 3; I Telephone 183 for your wants the grocerj' line. Caso & Son. Id Ky. ) H. H. Green Is confined to his bed with a "spell of rhaumatlz." Cypress Shingles, 1 a thousand mill. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. at Office with Judge B. T. Davis J; latest for fall and winter. Fancy Browns nnd Grays are the SohmldL If you want to buy a farm or town property, call at the Courier office. Mrs. C. H. Moore We are Agents for the Wjlght Phebus, at Union City, last week. Excellence visited Mrs. OLDEST Insurance Companies in Hickman They are companies that have been here longer than any ot.i-e- r Is your property insured? It is too late when the alarm sounds to think of a policy. ter's. The best flour in Hickman at Betters worth Bulla's & Pra- A A. Farls returned last wek from Hot Springs, Ark., where he spent two weeks. Mrs .B. Parham loft Tuesday for Anna, Ills., to visit friends uud attend the fair. S. Do it NOW J. Solf has returned from a vis-I- t to his nephew, J. W. Robertson, Lour, Tonu. R. T. TYLER, Agent at Van P. B. Davis and wife, and Mrs. Albrltton, of Jackson, Tenn., are visit ing Mrs. M. 1 Naylor. j Xj33-A.-T3- 3 The Courier's "Want Column" Is suro to find you a buyer. Costs lc for each word. Try It. We don't show anything offensive at tho Lyric. It la especially for the ladies. LAUNDRY A- T- J. T. Dillon, Prop. Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices Austin Wilson left Tuesday for Martin to enter McFerrin school, which opened Wednesday. We want all the local news. If you cannot see a reporter, call No. 21 Cumberland or Home phono. ,F. Dickey returned to his homo at Winn, Ark., Sunday after a short visit with J. . Fuqua and family. C Power-Ove- r Don't let your property go with out Insurance. Its poor business. Seo Kennedy thu Insurance Man. Miss Carrio Griggs loft for her homo in Columbus, yesterday, after a visit with Miss Mario Brevard. Be careful how your clothes are cleaned and pressed. Have Schmidt, the tailor, to do it and bo on tho safe side. Illness Don't criticise your doctor because medicine prescribed by him fails to have the desired effect. The prescription may have been good, 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. At tho home of Sam Brlttaln, half mile west of Fulton, Waltur soy, age 40 years, dlud of tuberculosis, Sunday. ono- Kor- - frr liV 13. S. Cruce, a promlnont farmer of the Cayco neighborhood, was in Saturday. Mr. town on business Cruco Is raising his first crop ot cotton nnd roports tho crop looking fine. Watch for the BLUE MARK on the upper right hand corner of your Courier. It is to notify you that your subscription is about to expire No papers aro sent out after tho subscription Is ouL The Homo Telephone Co. continues to add now names to its list of subscribers evory month, and now has about 100 subscribers. Their incomo now exceeds their fixed expenses by about $40 a month. Cowgill's Drug Store (Incorporated) Klanka, formerly of HUk. man, but now- of OnruthentYllIc, Mo., has becon transferred by life comThe Wagon Factory, pany, The Metropolitan Life Insur ance Co.. ta the now territory In or der to enlarge the possibilities of The new office building ami paint on of Its bet agents. Mr. Kkmke shoixi and warehouse fur the Hick Is Assistant Superintend or it for tho man Wagon Co. is about completed company, and was one of the making the highest recand Col. Dodds Informs a Courier man' competitive eontt-rt- . that they xpct to do some chang ord In a rarts Pattern No. ISIS, All Beams Allowed. In our Illustration we show lag up the latter part of the weolc st a sailor suit which combines the simplicity with lome of the novel The paint shops, which havo been, Bugg Not Presiding, ajoo. The btouie features of the in Bast Hickman for a numbor of has the Olbtoo tucks at the loouldrrs years, will bo moved into new quar and dot down the oeatar of the ters. Htrotoforo all wagons had to Judge Uugg Is not profttdtttg over front. At the neck la a shaped openbe hauled to Bast Hickman for painting around which the Urja collar Is ing, which necessitated a great ax. ihc olrcult court at Wleklttfe this placed, tnalde thla there I aJo a dMmlng It wise to contin- abteld pense, and being finished there, thoy woek, he flnlihed with a small ttandtng were, of course, shipped from that ue hU reat through the hot weather collar. Doth the ihirld and the standpoint. If shipped by boat .it was Tho eowt at Wlekllffe is presided ing collar may be omitted If deelred. necessary to haul them back again. ovor by Judge W. !' Sandldxe. of The sleevos are of bishop deilcn and They By the present arrangement, wagons Itmwolvllle. It Is not yet known may be worn long or abort will be made complete almost under whether he will held the September are finished by a shaped band fastened with a button. The skirt la plainly the same roof, and put aboard the term of tho Fulton Circuit Court. gathered all around the walit and Is cars right out of the warehouse, a attached to the waiit beneath a belt. u.u :rtch having been built for this The opening of the skirt la In the eaSecure an Eduoatlon. purpose. ter of the front, forming a continuous The State Normal Sohool at Bowl- line with the opening of the walnt. Tho office will also be moiod to ing Green, Ky., offers an excellent The pattern Is In 4 sites e to IS the now room built for the purpos opportunity to jouiik people desir- years Size S years requires SVi yards under tho warehouse roof. With ing an education. The Fall Session of material 18 inches wide prooura thU tt-- a jj Mate bank fixtures and all modern con- opens Saptnmber 6, 1910. Wrlta toTo 'TatUrn Dprtmnt. of IhU papr. veniences, it will bo one--of the most for information. Write Bare and addnu plajalr, and b ure te aire atie and suabtr of patura. complete and uptodat offices in the oily. fO. S322- Tho COURIER for the news. IZB...... If Dodds ever did do things by nAMl,M.MMSINMHeMNSIMSMHStl halves, he has quit that way of doing. Tho factory is getting ImproveUnlMHHMHIHteiMNSMtNMNN ments and new machinery whoroever MTMEKT AKD NO..M..w....w.. is it half-wa- y needed. Not only is Bt ATT... .......... the plant being mado better, but tho wagons aro being made best. A better lot of timber and workmanship Youthful Depravity. doesn't go into any wngon made If "Tour sister's grand piano," aald a man is skeptical about tho materthe young man who was waiting In ial that goes into a Hickman wagon the parlor, "has a mahogany case, ho should visit tho factory and see hasnt the wagons in process of making "No, It ain't mahogany, Mr. Bpoona-moro.- " Wo fool suro that the management answered Tommy "I think ic. will bo glad to show you through. It nuipiggany ii wnat they ail a granc, you know." will convince you that their product ! is not sappy or "pecky" timber cov- During Change of Life, ered with paint. You will also seo says Airs. Chas. Barclay a busy nnd interesting pluco. Oranltcvlllp, VL was passing Tho company Js not only making through the Olmngeof Llfo and suffered from nervousness wagons, but soiling them. Mr. Dodds andothcrannoying inaugurated a real live advertising symptoms, and I can truly say that campaign throughout their lmmcdlato LydiaKPInkbatn's torritory, putting advertisements in Vegetable d most of nearby local papers (Includhas proved ing tho Oroat Itoliglous Weekly, worth mountains of gold to mo, as it which you aro now reading, and restored my health ono of those mis that which contains and strength. I will interoet you If you noed a wagnever forget to tell my friends what on) and now business Is coming from LydiaE I'lnkham's Foreman Hertwcck all directions. Vegetable Comnounu has done for mo says It begins to look like tho during this trying period. Completo day will not bo sufficient to restoration to health means so much tnko care ot their increasing ordors, to mo that for tho sake of other sufferto nurSo my but assures us that tho trado will bo ing women I am willing may publish trouble public so you JUDGE WISE. looked aftor If It Is necessary to this letter." Una. Chas. Bauclay, run all night. A gontlemau drovo 40 R.F.D.,Granltevlllo, Vt. Dullness Philosopher. No other medicino for woman's ills in Ilea Saturday to gct a Hickman has received such widespread and unwagon, but tho factory was closed qualified endorsement. No other med"Fato pays llttlo attention to Life's when ho got horo. Bright and early icine wo know of has such a record thoroiiBhfnrus," says Judgo Wise, Sunday morning tho man hunted up of cures of female ills as lias Lydla E. "but tho Jounioy Is onjoyed If tho Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. tho wagon men, only to loam that For rnoro than SO years It has been Illckan IJruB Co. Htippllea your wnnts sorao wero church members, others curing femalu complaints such as In their lino." s, Democrats, nnd they rather hesitated inflammation, ulceration, local fibroid tumors, Irregularities, "Wow's tho tlmo to sow your turabout rolling out a wagon on the leriodio pains, backache, indigestiou Sabbath. It is evident, however, that and nervous prostration, and It is nips. Wo havo Just received a big thero Is ono man in tho firm that unequalled for carrying women safely shipment of seed embracing all tho sees no harm In getting tho "ox out through tho period of change of llfo. good varieties- - in bulk. Tho prices It costs but little to try J.ydla E. of tho ditch," bocauso tho customer l'lnkham'sVegotablo Compound, and, aro right, Ilotter hurry" night In now Hickman asMrs.Harclay8ay8,it Is "worth inouu-tain- s got homo that of pold " to suffering women. wagon In timo to tako his family to - ttfuBBk Some fftodt ere oepeclally In harmonious, such milk and o bssnt and applet, bt came meat and beans dlgeit principally In the stomach, ani appUs and milk principally the Intestines. All cereals a'c compatible, all acid fruits, a sugar fruits, all vegetable! hav Ing tap roots (turnip, tti lihee, parsnip), all green veg table fltttbce, cabbage, ceisr nut ale), dread and milk especially harmonlou, but tf bread, especially If stale, break up the curd of the milk, vrh are difficult to digest wht ' taken In the form of sweet ron Th (buttermilk It better). ayatem must adjust Itielf j the dlqjtlon of each particular food, and whtn teveral are art ttnttd at once the dlgtstlvs problam la propertlonattly cot plicated. It ha bttn heKv- by Pavtrv, th Rueilan chemist th that the system seorete digestive fluid re partkwu ruired b each plrtleular feed eaten. mt f (CepfiiCMl twi r Joni Ji U o. - -- Churches and Lodges i PREBUYTillllAN CHURCH 1'roaohlBj; every tiuttday monunc II o'clock and oveaicg at a ocl-- . & oiccpt the first Sunday In e month, tiunday School every But a at 10 a. hi. VlsltOfe aro welcome W. .U Htookton. ailnlater. CHRISTIAN CHUHCH. 1'naehlnc services at 11 a. m .J S p. m every Sunday. Suuday titUj. at 9. itt a. in. Prayer mocttng eu Wednesday nltbt. You aro cordla. Invited to attond any or all ot th. a services. D. W. llryant. Pastor METHODIST CHURCH. every Sunday uorniiK a 11 o'clock and evening at a u clock. Sunday Sclool at 11; 46 a. tu Prayer inoetlnx each Wednesday v enlng. You aro always weloome u W. Wilson, l'astor. 1'rKAchlng WORTH ..............,. MOUNTAINS OF GOLD "I itr EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Services at 11 a. tu. and 8 p. u overy 8uuday. Sunday School at iv o'clock ovory Sunday morning. Yuur attondauco will bo appreciated -1- 1 J. Uelgor, Koctar. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Mass eury morning at 7 o'clock Sunday service at U o'clock eata morning, except tho second Sunday o each moutli. Frlouds aud visitor welcome. 1. M, (luerln, Pastor. BAPTIST CHURCH. services at tho Uaptul Church every Sunday morning unJ oveultig at tho usual hours. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. in. 1'rayor meeting on Tuesday uveiilng. You havo a cordial Invitation to attend an servlcos. A. Turklngton, l'astor. r ssmmmmszm Coin-poun- 10-ho- TYLER CHAPEL. Preaching on tho 2nd nnd 4th Sua day evenings of each mouth. Sun day School at 2:30 lu tho afternoon Prayer meeting Friday ovonlngs. Ilov. Methony, Pastor . Hickman Lodgo No. 701, F. & A moots at the Masonic Hall ovcry 2nd nnd 4th Monday nlghta. At., nt tho Kim Camp No. 3, V .0 W, mcots I. O. O. F. Hall ovory Wednes- day evening. Household No. C, C. W., mooU at tho I. O. O. F. Hall Tuesday evening ot oach wook , weak-nesse- Fulton Lodgo No .83, I. O. O. F. moots at tholr hall o'n Clinton atreet every other Thursday nlghL M. W. A. moots at Masonic Hull every Tuesday evening. , A- - X i NL I RIGHTS MAY DENIED STRIKERS OR Wiggs in Jail. O. L. Wlggs, city tind a woll THREATEN Theophll LIFE OF WITNESS i8 HAVE NO DI8CU88ION MEETING PLACE. known shoo salesintflana Judge Virtually Forbids Rail. man, was arrostcd In St. Louis last Thursday nftornoon by Detectives raid Machlnlita Talking of Affairs. Kennu nnd Ferto, on a charge of and forgory, made by a Washington, lud., Aug. 30, Judge biMliiiHw man of this olty. or tho clroult court sitting H.jghlon Sheriff Oonldor Jnhnsnn ur., ... i chambers. Using a restraining 11 wis ITllh gj against Iho striking machlnlita m after WIchh nmt In tho employ of tho Haiti-c?cn'ijr Monday availing. in """ ' lt & Oblo Southwestern railroad. of IwniI, ha w piaood In tna , te order I said to bo tho must county Jail to nwalt trial, whleh will BActf X tver Jnuod In tho state, " bad at thy Ssptambor term of r j inhibiting tho strikers from Kukoa Clroult Court. Mr. WIhh it rn n'ii;a picket Hue or hpadquar-- t without requisition iiKrs, i m wukIi to congregate. it Uri Interference with tho strike awl cUlma that ho will b able to t ttke a for tho purpose of svktug explain onrythlnK. union, forbid eon- a. U ou for thoany Thnro mmimm to be ooiwlilerahle with members of a i vorUlosi papr alot his trail of tho faintly and tula u( i iwat fow daya. It Is aliened Uwt a- lia m any tort of assembling. tJiliiRe, he draw achck 'a! it Urlualty fefbhU the tils- - mhb r nf strike matters by the atrlk. oa Um. Waoalaetoa baak of 8t. I.oala I ho document corns IX paces lyHbl u hlHWelf, for fl.OH.IO and with imruten paper and tk asune of llaiaberKer llroa. -- ty of tho atrlko frwu lu lnet- - sltal to It a six firm wfeloa Im Has a iceomillns tho many alleged rrprfawaUBst. IMa uaablo to cash a jt violunco. toe casjok. k Is seal n wall known Hlckwaa lawyer adranbed him M ELECTIONS SEPT. 6 AND 12 imI aefcl Um check aa scurlty. proTrtd that tit check Oe First Measuring of 8trangth Wi.l waa wortK ooaalderably laaa Uwh tae of Political parties In IM. the East T. N. TaMkaW. of Cairo, fsrm&rr r ' n. Aug. 30. Tilt, political at- - clerk oe the 8taiar Ulwrty. Is one , f iJu voaatry gradually la he- - of Um last ami laaai oomplulmintH. f uat-on New HaftatMl. where, lie wrtUas that a mat Mr. Whan ..r n tho rirat taaaear- - whth rwaala on that boat whan It ., Lf strength Mwwn the Keaab- - came to Illekmaa; that a few days a a 1 ixtsocraU parttea la Out aco he itceomNMHlated Mr. Wiggs v fit Mods of 1910 will take place, with a flva swot aa4 tok his check r moat, on Srtwtahr C sad r rr n Hepteitibar 11, will select oa Um Harm! & Msrehanta Imnk, . aMcers and Indicate thalr pre- - of lilrhmaa. The check enme back f rs for rrprpeoatAUvas la eoa- - to htm marked "no fundi." In each state alas there will i Other rwsaors woaW Imlioato that ib sen mnbnn of the leglsta- Um llamasrajer Shoe Co. will soma e wbo. in turn, will a mam ap aheat $SM or ISM ahort, and A Iho tlitlr! States saae. that thai ssmUaman Is wanted worso 'n the same day aa tho Vi not .Now HaMpehlro will la Mlaewtrl than la KaMuiky. first state We arlaMrlt and Um Mr. Whjga has restdaed hara about ' tt unaor a direct prlwary Uw af- lira yeara, aad married a Hickman ' Mm aa entire state to he heM In girl. usi MftMArheseUa will bold To what aslant h m Involved will .a lea on geatomher 17. i ate rotireaUoa will bo hah! lH not he kaejwa aatll Um maUar Is glr-e- a a legal alfttwg. At nay rota, Mr. nHtiit in Seateashar aa4 ..setts and Rhode I tls Ml In OeJOW. Wlgsjs will hva to faaa sarimis eiara aa la leptauiber. or-L- cr a resident of this rtrn. de-fau- doorn. Reuther Says Ostsrmann Tried to Kill Him, j """CHlcago, 111. Rosumptlon of thi hearing of charges against Frank B. Harriman, Charles L. Bwlng and John M. Taylor, former Illinois Central rail. road officials, accused of car repair frauds, developed sensational ovldoncej In Judgo Bniggomeyer's division ol tho municipal court Theophll Reuther, a formor director at tho Ostermann Manufacturing Company, one of th ropalr Orms charged with grafting from the railroad, doclared on the wit nose stand that ho had been told that the lato Ira 0. Hawn hold 2,000 shares of Iho Oatermann Company stock. Heuther leetined that Ostormnu said he gave Hawn tho shares In con alteration of au order for 10.000 cat ' j W.S.PECK Ct CO. The Fall Styles are Made in Syracuse? rASHIONAULt CLOTHES Attractive and our i I Display is Complete Jew "f , lw .a dla bn Previously to giving this evidence regarding the nlloged stock transac tlon. Heuther related a story of an en. counter with during, Ostermann, which he declared that Ostermann threatened to kill him if ho told ot the transactions between tho Illinois Coatrnl railroad and the Ostormann company. Sells 1,300 Bales. Little Rook, Ark. John F. Boyle Jr., a Llttlo Rock ootton dealer, sold through his New York agent 1,300 hates of ootton at a net profit of 20, The new styles are distinct departures in many ways from those of previous seasons. They are made from models that are designed on pleasing lines. You will find our display worth seeing for it contains a varied assortment of the best offerings and most attractive styles. s r?. "Peck" Clothing Included StJatsfeSra1 JSaBSBBBBBBBBBBBaC'lwiv 00. VS. Silrflisflr?? SBll When you want clothing, whether suits or overcoats, that can be depended on for exclusive style, fine tailoring, choice fabrics and most satisfactory wear, then buy W. S. Peck & Co.'s Clothing, which we carry i Kids Carried Shells; Fathers Fought I.nwtiiD, Okla. John Uowely li probably fatally wounded seriously wounded as a rosult of a battlu n our Walter, In which more than fort shots were fired. The small children ot Uowely and Rawls carried ammunition to tho warring sides dur Ins; tho fight. The trouble was over a well, each family claiming tho rl&ht to It exclusively. Uowely is said to have opened the fight when young Hawls aad lien Jordan started to pass bis house. Asleep 110 Hours. Gainesville, Ga. After sleeping 110 hours without rogalnlng consciousness, Julian Ur)oo, the 6 ear-olsou of Mrs. Hthel Ilrco, U now lying at tils home tn this condition, the attend lag physicians being unable to dlag woae the case. On last Thursday at noon young Brycw complained of head aohe and lay down to rest. He sooa fell asleep and has not awakoned. Doctors think that la Is brain trouble, duo to overstudy. Little hope Is bold for his recovery. d H JUwIs, his son und Ira Jordan are less and Hon '1 '" IM and recommend. Values at $i5 to $25 Not ordinary values but the best you ever saw at these prices. All wool cassimeres, pure worsteds, cheviots and serges in fan-c- y mixtures, gray effects, the new browns, and plain blues and blacks. Come and see how we can clothe you well at little cost. 4 ill '. 1 ft 1 ,- 4t IWtMSI ffSfMW lASNiwaAaM CtVtls, Ma. BE SURE AND SEE OUR SPECIAL VALUES IN CRAVATS, SHIRTS HATS, SHOES. HALF-HOSE- . UNDERSHIRTS, and Haberdashery of all kinds. Jf Pi 4h .,; t ember wc havr itioird Innpo I .. .. When Schmidt sMnava you a suit bo keeps It pressed FIIKB for two months. Six Fly In Biplane. LUIe, atlator. took up Ave passengers In his Frame Louis Preset, tht BALTZER & DODDS D. G. Co. INCORPORATED 9 : LARGEST PREMIUM LIST EVER OTTERED The Sabbath Question. This subject Is recognized by divine and civil governments as one of much Importanco to all communities; and circumstances hero mako It especially so to Hickman and vicinity. o Disregard for tho Sabbath has so extensive, nnd Willi many, tin law seems to bo dead In its records. giveth you on of two days; his place, let placo on tho tho sixth day tho bread abide yo every man In no man go out of his scvonth day." 5:12-13-1- West Tennessee Fair Association FALL MEETING AT UNION CITY, TENN. "I'sIIXr $500 I3ST September 14-1- 7, 1910 In Trotting nnd Pacing Ring. PURSES Handsome Sewing Machine, Cooking Stoves, Jewelry, Novelties nnd CASH PREMIUMS Awarded. Special Inducements and Extraordinary Preparations for Exhibit nnd Display in Woman's Building. Largest and Most Liberal Awards for Agriculture, Live Stock and Poultry, CARNIVAL W. C. FARRIS, President. of Novel and Attractive Amusements. REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS. COME AND ENJOY A FAIR WITH US J. W. WOOSLEY, Secretary. Then tho Sabbath was enjoined at "Keep tho Sinai, Deut. Sabbath day to sanctify It, as the Lord thy God bas commanded thee. Six days thou shall labour, and do all thy work. But tho seventh day Is tho Sabbath of tho Lord thy God; In It thou sbalt not do any work, thou, nor thy son nor thy daughter, nor thy maidWith a hopo of reaching peoplo nor thy through tho press as well as from servant, nor thino ox, nor thine ass, the pulpit, I now purpose furnishing nor any of thy cattle, nor tho strangtho Hickman Courier with two or er that is within thy gates." three articles and thus try to Get Its national significance In Ex. among our people a nioro 31:13-16- , "Speak thou also unto tho healthy sentiment. children of Israel, saying, Varlly iay This first artlclo will bo confined Sabbaths yo shall keep, for it Is a to tho Bible presentation of tho sub- sign between mo and you throughout ject so It may bo rather dry, oven your generations; that yo may know to carefu land Interested readers, yet thnt I am tno Lord that doth sanctiI Insist upon a thoughtful considera- fy you. Whereforo tho children of It. I wish to Impress the Israel shall keep tho Sabbath, to obtion of readers with tho emphasis God.Iinn-self- , serve tho Sabbath throughout their through Ills word, puts upon tho generations for perpetual covenant." "Moreover also I subject, nnd my statement shall bo Ezok. 20:11-12-2I hopo, helpful to gave them my Sabbath, to bo a sign clear, concise nnd, all who want to know tho trutli. between mo and them, that they Thero Is much scripture upon tho might know that I am the Lord that subject, but I give only a few passa- sunctify thorn. And hallow my Sabbaths; and they shall be a sign beges. tween me and you, that yo may Tho origlnnl Institution of tho Sab- know that I am tho Lord your God." bath Is seen lu Con. 2:1-3- , "Thus Hero God states that tho Sabbath Is the heavens nnd the earth wcro fin- Intended to servo as a sign of tho ished, and nil tho host of them. On covenant betwoen Him and His peo- tho seventh day God ended His work pie, and that they might know Him which Ho had mado; and He rostod as their God, and obey His statutes on tho seventh day from all His work and Judgemnts, and so live iu them. which Ho had mado. And God bless- Then who can estimate Its Imported tho seventh day and sanctified It, ance, and who can afford to disrebecauso that in It Ho had rested from gard the Sabbath? It was to be a all His work which God created nnd day of holy rest, and convocation mado." Ex. 20:11, "For In six days for worship as seen in Lev. 32.3, tho Lord mado heaven and eurth, "Six days shall work bo done, but the sea, and all that lu them is, tho seventh day la the Sabbath of and rested tho seventh day; whore-for- o rest, a holy convocation, yo shall tho Lord blessed tho Sabbath do no work therein." Blessings were day, and hallowed' It." Then wo find promised in lts observance, Isa. G6:2, in many passages truces of its ob- "Blessed is the uan that doeth this servance In tho patriarchal period. .... that kcepcth tho Sabbath from " Warnings wore Then in tho travels ot Israel thorugh polluting It, tho wilderness God miraculously sup- given against Its violation, Jer. 17:27, plied tho peoplo each day with suffi- "But If ye will not hearken unto me cient bread for ono day, until tho to hallow tho Sabbath day, and not sixth day when ho supplied enough to bear a burden, even entering In for two days; and God Instructed at the gates of Jerusalem on tho Sab Moses to say to tho people Ex. 10; bath day (to sell and buy goods) than "Six days yo shall gather it; will I klndlo a flro in tho gates but on tho seventh day, which Is thereof, and it shall dovour tho paltho Sabbath, In It thero shall bo aces of Jerusalem, and It shall not nono. See, for thnt tho Lord hath given you tho Sabbath, therefore Ho bo quonched." Ex. 31:14, "Yo shall man-servan- t, 22-3- keep the Sabbath therefore, for It U holy unto you. Everyono that defil cth It shall surely be put to death, for whosoever doeth any work therein that soul shall be cut off from his peoplo." This sovorlty was necessary to impress upon those people and upon tho coming generations, tho sacredncsa of tho Sabbath with its eternal benefits. This became ono of tho ten commandments, and Is so recognized In tho New Tostament, whero Its and obligations are repeated. Christ taught, by precept and example that the Sabbath was a day for holy rest and worship, and that on It works of necessity and charity and relief of the distressed wore allowed. So God's peoplo all through tho ages have observed this sacred Institution, as of divine appointment, and In our day though its adversar les may mock and defame it, God's people should tho more earnestly observe It, and bo loyal to their Lcrd and His cause. G. W. WILSON. PILE8I PILE8I Williams' Indian Pile Ointment, will euro Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles It absorbs the tumors, allays Itching at occo, acts as a poultice, gives Instant relief. Williams' Pile Ointmont Is prepared for Piles and Itching ot tho prlvato parts. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. 60c and 11. Williams' Mfg., Co., Props., Cleveland, Ohio. Our mill Is running overy day. You will not be disappointed if you come to our mill for shingles. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. An exchange says: An editor and his wlfo disagree with each other materially. She sots things to right and he writes things to sot. She reads what others wrlto and ho writes what others read. She keeps the devil out of the houso as much as possible and he retains him and could not go to press without him Sho knows more than he writes and ho writes more than sho knows. I guarantee all plumbing and tinning I do. If the work don't come you-- wo up right and I can't out-talcheerfully do the Job over-J-ust will like any other plumber. Cotton. k -- fciLAVW gasar1:. 'JZIE; 3gy fw aikijiv. li wwnwpaMMMMtMMeaMMaMBan iiiTteaaltlVei ' 'rLaaVflT- - a Atil I wmmm0mamaamemmmmtmmmmaBmtmitlmtakmH'fri " ' . n ill ft . , -a- SBBBBaTl , . jA' Household Hints. ffCi.rn Purn" OUId UUIG "I would like to guide suffering women to a sure cure for female troubles," writes Mrs. R. E. Amercer, F REAKS IN GiRGUSES remove Hnln wrtur and soap-wil- l People Are machine groaso from washable Strangely Fasolnatod by the Monstrosities. Hickman of Frozen Camp, W. Va. "I Iiave found no medicine equal to Cardui. I had suffered for about four years. Would have headache for a week at a time, until I would be nearly crazy. I took Car dui and now I never have the headache any more." KM Me CARDUI , The Woman's Tonic The pains from which many women suffer every month are unnecessary. It's not safe to trust to strong drugs, right at the time of the pains. Better to take Cardui for a while, before and after, to strengthen the system and cure the cause. This is the sensible, the scientific, the right way. Try It FOR SALE: Mulberry posts; 2 log wagons; email delivery mule. II you want to talk trade, seo Kred ilaydon. Kte-sucke- r, The examlnling trial of John who shot and Instantly killed Martin Leonard while Leonard wiw in the act of cutting Keeauuker' mother with a knife at Snuiburg Aug. 14, was held before four magistrates at Samburg Thursday, resulting iu A teaspoonful of turpentine boiled acquittal, the magistrates btrtuK it- - with your white clothes will al tiled nanimous In their opinion that he ' whitening prooebs. was justifiable. Keosucker alto ao-- j WoUIng the hair thoroughly once cidentally shot his brother, who lalor died, and a woman, who was not or twlco with a solution or salt and water will koep It from falling out seriously injured. Fresh moat beginning to sour will sweeten if plnoed out of odors In the When the "Domesticated Gorilla" Qot the Show Into Trouble Hot air over night. Water BpolU a "Mermaid" Moiling Ktnroh Is much improved a tlnrovar Fake. Ibv the addition of sperm or salt, or London. It seemt strange that both, or a little gum arnblo dissolved. freaks, from the legless wonder to the Do your trading here calf, should possess such and save money . . . Milk which has changod may bo a strange fascination for nine people rt'in-drefit ofr use agnlu by stirr out of ten, yet this Is undoubtedly ing in a little soda. the case Of course, there are many Fish may be soule douslly by first freaks which have no business to be dipping thum Into boiling water for called by such an unpleasant name, a minute. for If one argues from the dictionary a freak Is a monstrosity, and a monpplylng kerosene with u nig when strosity. In the generally accepted jou are about to put your stoves a- - sense of the word, Is something horway for the summor, will prevent rible. The giant and the dwarf are Interesting and unusual, but certainly them from rusting. should not be called "freaks." Charcoal Is recommended as an Hunchbacks were an exception to absorber of pen In the milk room the rule, for all kinds of powers were whore foul gases are present. It attributed to them There are some should be freshly powdered and kept very sensitive people to whom the sleht . of anything In the nature of a t continually. . ujuuBiniiity in auDuiuia iiu, .... women are fortunately few and far A teaspoonful of borax put Into monOtrur of I hum lit). tio the latt water in which clothes are between who fall In love with a ahlpiM i two flue lwki.lure ster because of hla monstrosity, as rlnm-will phiten them surprisingly. In the case of Victor Hugo's "L'homme piire to N.-urlnna. where they Pound the borax so It will dissolve Qui RIL- w.re to I'utm Mr CMrr easily. comes sns that lie sofd thin The ordinary Individual wmuii tu-third- a across very few physical freaks, and of a Utter for 1 1 IS. From One teaspoouful of ammonia to n one cannot but wonder whence the teacup of water, applied with a rag. showman's rank and file are recruited thew rtftrw It seem Umt raMme will clean sllvor or gold jewelry. Perhaps, If the truth were known, fine hots hi quite a preAtjiM bet-u.m- . and tk wonder to tfcttt men more than half of the show freaks are Cloar boiling water will remove tea 'fakes." There are many good stories of ramMTs d not e In for bog stains; pour the water through the told of these sham freaks, who, owing ratal iw stains and thus provont its spreading. to some contretemps, have "given the show away." The two following are Salt will curdlo new milk; la pre- good examples: Ask the man who wears clothes paring porridge, gravies, etc., salt Among the freaks of a certain show made by Schmidt and he will tell should not be added until the dish Is was a "domesticated gorilla," to quote you who is going to inako his fall the handbills, and he proved one of prepared. the flneat ilrivi the ihnw hart errr suit Schmidt of course. Kerosene will soften boots and bad After the performance no one ' shoes that have been hardened by could have recognized the gorilla, as ' water and render them pliable its new. two-headed Grocery Co. When you feci laty, out of aorta, and ynwn n good deal In the daytlmo you can charge It to a torpid llvor which has allowed the system to got full of Impurities. HBItniNK euros all disorders produced by an Inactive llvor. It strengthens that organ, cleanses tho bowel a and puts the system In good healthy condition. Prlco COc, Sold by Hickman Drug Company. Qash Book Spletidltt Storn " SelectlMi New Books Stationery Post Cards, Notions, on your Groceries Meats, etc. In-r- e ... ... Trial by Ordeal In Japan. Toklo. Trial by ordeal still exists etc. If a theft In some parts of Japan Pull and HeiurKU:., t ptaco In a household, all the takes Kcrthlnut'p tc servants are required to write a certain ward with the same brash. The & Co. conscleneo Is supposed ts betray Ita workings In the waves of the Ideo grnpha written Tracing an Ideograph Involve such an effort of muscular Marriage Licenses directness and undivided attention that the service often lend to the dls covery of the gnHty parly The lest Is, ut all events, more humane than The following were gfnnt j the ordeal by balling water, to wbleh to marry in Obion county Itut c I areueed pvrsefea w.jre formerly subM. Spain ond Hfrie Ta.n, mitted la JaftftN. H T. CXU tuid Uertha it,.;. Jtw Kennedy ami Jtr i. Purchase Eipenilve Snuffboxes. London Tke crate which Htme-tlm(Iny llflwvlt nml I.hWj K.. NMttHM rtls peMle U obtain Ctnml and I vie curios was eiempBtted In Itmlon W C K4hh and Ilertlm i when seven snuff bote nraught tM.-0rath and the other Mve avei 4 Ktwx t'mlg and Lydta ii. $10.&eeh None of the artloiiM was A I. Cravtnt and Kmn.a worth very much Intrlnsleally, their vulue resting In their ax and If you feel blue," "No a laty, )ou need a good clrai HKIUIIN'i: la tho right thing r If you don't want to buy, call and purpose. It atlmuland tho lit look, anyway. You might sea some- up tho stomach and punli. a thing you want. Hlokman Fur. Co. bowels. Prlco COc Sold by Hickman 1 Mary Berendes !, es lnii 0 or Our reader and friends wM enlur a Invar If thoy will ud the Ceurlor InferwaUon uf arrival and dnpnrtur of thesiwulvoti or any Unr maUur of lner for puMtoatlen. When you am In town eome In and toll us any ltm of news that has In your notuhhornood. We win very glad to have It. bap-pelte- d Mmm-m- s vlitlied Mr .Pannl. HtkHM. flBK of the w.-- t Mom OUy .Vw-llnM- II4h r. Hlrbards a k FOR KENT: HMD. Nice rvsld I the hill, desirably located Special Offer We expect to put out a renter number of farm wagons around clone to home ihn year than ever before, and in ordc o do this wc are making the special prices bclos Anything you want that we haven't If wo don't got in Furniture wo will bo glad to It doesn't cost order It for you. Hickman Furniture It only cost., Company. Courier Realty sell your real estate. you a cent If we do, you 2 per cent Tho Co. $ T n..M..44..,t..,.4,.1.,ie, C.X.4... J BM!SMni5pB ti i t 1 ' OUR t f FALL t i. ! I The Tall Acted Automatically. he then took the ahape of a very quiet, ordinary little man. The publlo particularly enjoyed seeing tho gorilla w(ns from the horizontal bar by bis tall, an appendage which Is very slightly developed In the species as a rule. This tall was a masterpiece of Ingenuity. It was made of flexible steel, and so contrived that when It took n turn around anything It locked Into position until It was released by the gorilla touching a spring conccAled somewhere near bis waist. The thing worked splendidly for a long time. until one day the gorilla put bis tall through tho bars of his cago, and a lady standing by took hold of It. Well, the tall acted automatically, as usual, and of course when she felt It tighten around her wrist the lady screamed The gorilla pressed the hidden spring to no purpose. To make a long story short, the men standing by came to the lady's rescue, took bold of the tall and pulled It off! When the peoplo saw the leather fastenings nnd buckles they "cleaned out the establishment" The second story concerns a mer maid. She was no ordinary mermaid, but a "really high-clas- s arUcle," n very handsome young woman Incased from the waist down In blue and gold flshskln. The water In which sbo smoked, and sang, and sat on a rock combing her hair was kept topld .so as not to giro her n chill, and this was what gave hor enemies the beautiful Circassian girl and the dwarf a chance to Injure her. They were Jealous because she attracted tnoro attention than they did, so they hatched a plot, which the dwarf carried out successfully One day he pretended to be 111. and got a day off, and Just before tho mermaid's performance ho hid hlmsolt In the boiler-room- . After the man had been down to see that there was not too big a Are, the dwarf set to and stoked for all he was worth. Tho mermaid soon felt that something was wrong, but she stood It as long as she could. At last, however, she had" to choose between being boiled or giving the thing away, and naturally she preferred the latter alternative; but, as the showman put It, the publlo said things Uyit were "very discouraging" and the show had to more on. - It ii t 5 n STOCK Q3? it t 2?4 Thimble Skein Wagon, with bed, at " 3x0 . " 3$ In,. $50.00 " 52.00 55.00 AL FURNITURE JSnBHSJBJBHnsnSBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBni T "ny. ,!chti;vhcc1I Preferred, the regular height. 42x52 inch, or the U8PCC,nl WxH height, as ml, wagon, made of 376 InCh' b lhc l0W Whccl "c recommend the are well proportioned, very strong and durable. ""y inrC8ti8,atin yU Wi" find tl,C8c P"ccS from $8 to $12 under most all B PrOPSC ' " ,!hl "in bone-drthroughout. y " 'Ti n - t A larger and a IS HERE better assorted stock than ever before seen in this city, and at prices lower than ever. Just think. tf f it 11 yoa , '"? ing you at least ten dollars more o Sit raUc" s.renLh.UARANTEE EpERY ,WACN risl" W" .1Wm1" '"","'"?' " BOOd "' a wnBon ns "" ca ranking extremely low ol11" ' " -' "- w " - t l ! bUildMw'ath dd8' If i ft Quartered Oak Davenport $25.00 Oak Bedsteads at 2.75 t M pr0',ri':,T 1,nvi"B '"s own 'i"bcrnd mill., i. in po.i.ion ket for lhe.r supply of malenl. Bern,, a lar8e planler, Mr. Dodds u.e. n great num- - II and"',, I! Stearn & Foster's Felt Mattresses . . . 7.50 to 12.50 Everything else in same proportion. If prices and quality will make goods sell we will be bound to sell them. Just step in and look around while in town. 11 Z uThX .T5'"083; Ht'ra ' ,irC" '"" pUt cnllvlH .1,1 lv "T" ""'I a,. U.r lraVinB hmin Mr- """"" bccn "nnecled with thi. pracli. '"' I WE WOULD BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU $5.00 for .hi. .dvcti.cmcn. when cut from ... paper and presented at our office, and accompanied by c.h order for wagon during the month of September. "ow WHY PAY SEVERAL DOLLARS EXTRA FOR IU5T A NAiur toupw YOUR HOME FACTORY W,LL FURNISH A GOOD TOR LF induCer"' w! wi X I WAAS I T "" U U Hickman Furniture Co. INCORPORATED Next door to Post Office. Respectfully, HICKMAN WAGON CO. WCORPORATKD .- -,. . -- s -- jetton you 1ZM The Hickman Courier From Mow Until that t,il iWotlur paper In tuliI ""lion of Kentucky riLKS WOW LIVIMO IH in Fulton pounir print we THE HieKMHN COURIER. the Uommaicial Waqon up the Hill at Success The Courier Jan 1, 1911, Only 25c. Section A BLUE MARK tofl HERE u 4 mean) that your bat expired Renew prompt- l- If you want the paper to coma to you after thti mont h Hnrttsmg is VOLUME thB Team that 1'ulln haa a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the Rxlea of Your Wagon, Old Man, and WHOLE let's Hitch Up OtDtBT PAPER IN WESTERN KEhTOOKT HI NO IB HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 1, 1910. ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1BBO H0.2O2O Death of Roland Amberg, p, ' . I . i ,ii d Litchfield Amborg, on of UiKhteBt and moat promising . it nun of thU olty, died at th of bin molhor, Mr. A How Am-- r r 1 ritlny morning at ft:M aftr h i vunkii' lllnona of typhoid fever lmt IovIiik haarta and band J do proved of uo nmtl; and wry d onuie peawfully Jh t 'oak iu fllgtil to the Oront IW 1 Announcement The undersigned takes this means of informing friends and the general public, that on Saturday, September 3, we will open a new Gent's Furnishing Store in Hickman, in the building formerly occupied by Ellison Bros, as a dry goods department. We have purchased in the way of stock the very latest and best that could be found, including Edwin Clapp's fine shoes for men, Burrough, Jones & Dyer Full Vamp shoes for men and boys, Stetson and National brand hats, all shapes, Cluett Shirts, Arrow Brand Collars, and everything else will be of the same standard quality. lota quickly. I linvo Juat ordered my aubtorlptlon ranowod aa your paper ta rull of Kood nets a. Wishing you Iu jour entorprlae, continued aueo Youra very truly, Tl d It Man lnd(MU n and born daUi. "4 i Ih Hlekmtin , ,.' 1884 Aflr finishing tb . K i.an achoola. In 101, h pwnar colleg at Ik Untnn City jl t k School, mid VamUr t luvenmy Ih tb fall of . h- - gradualm! wtlii Um e , of iHuhrler nf Ann, aim! Um rveJrd tb pant-gnu- l iB JiKrtf of Maeter sf Art. Ill Ik uuu'd v.a nlrd l2 UM & rr 'I $ . - nndttrWU wr marktl by tnttroK Ih ObImr affairs. prtalB4it; l Y M Aiiy tho and litwrnry aoMty wrk II a in mber of th lM Kappa tiai'niliy and fultuMiHC b Kt"l . u na loted to iaoilfMp In a, hokirablp fraternity of I1! At ti l i . Kappo Vxmt air oocnr-adlaw ctwrH wnn c' Um bnt twill- -, wan tlonbtlH I an at Ui hwcm a lie d .tMit iu IHekNMN bocmI omaIimnI by a4rrtMHR f Um MmImmIIM ful mttHlMr In throuali Um IllokHiAit Cwnrwr. 4i to bleti Im kMl opnln r May nMlrtalon. my IVR II WM InlUMCrf M JrMIH mot vtm t rmiNM for adverttnlHK HtekMMM ., 10. llrlMi. lRt wlUi you aaxl wok of Um mU Nr ;ci. Fr k .Xcomvi Mumm. Uiougu aoM m x rMWlt j rnui'd to th swmIm ilRr of b4s k K Um but nIh month sine . at i lojilcr MiituN n Fob I atartwl. If a ihnvoh Um oMhluR At Um haw r uutu tku jiBbllo Rood l m4I nml will k the d. nr4M l a Hnj'al Arck MaUtrmiBh your pnpr. ho will kaw r rta Matowr and U i aM nulgklr. ffiHWW TJWT WWftfirfBl: -- 1 a more Ywi ar NMktHC ho wtoUik In build L d wai AMHl I'rtndtml of iiiH'louMs, Ia Htnb lJoet, rmmI of mK thla PmIUh at tb tar to wiirtr th Harvard I.w j joI lie hftd fOWHHMd mm -j Aftr UmvInk Vandr-l,- i Mr. Bond Writes, Bpr tola yr & Soxtoli. IhiUlleherm, IllckmNH. Ky. clothWith the famous Royal Tailors line of ing we can dress the man or boy from head to foot In our clothing business, we want to state this fact : Every suit is positively guaranteed to fit and give perfect satisfaction or your money will be refunded. made-to-measure 9 a 11 noND rrr rnlu hIaiI . .'! bOMi ld You can't aboot through some ateok told In Hickman, but that la not the kind aold by the Hickman Orocory ant buter meat, give Co. If you It coat a C por cent less. them a trial; It is our intention to keep right in line with the wants of men, and to give the very best values for your money. A share of your business is respectfully solicited, and you have a cordial invitation to make our store your headquarters at all times, whether you care to purchase or not Yours truly, .. th 7 . -n vr tt Was a Good Man. deoply regret to learn on Aug ust M. of tho denth of Jamea A Walker, of Hickman. Ky . undo of tho Herald editor, who passed peacefully away on August 1C. 1910. aged 62 Ho was one of tho beet men In wesli TunMioo or In Fulton county, Ky , ami hla Ufa and chnroctor are pure and epotlea. being unaurpnnacd by This Is fow men of thla generation not morty our own estimation of this tood man. but tho actual testimony ...44.3...t.fr4-4----' op) Ih the country where of tb n lived. StkoBton (Mo ) Herald V I I H. E, CURLIN. , i Htckman baa and you will bs wll iuua future. rvwaHad. With tb oomlng of Uib noblo chanictr. aoweV. tMIU- bw raOread from DyomburK.- - the and HmMK hhkim eaw acroM Um rtror. tb hw up- kind ,e Mrw(lb it rlTr UnatrUtl&ii. opening 7 loat mnd and Ihctmm Ih ooUon In liU dally Mi. In of mw MM 1 HMHll yMM WAR acrg .WMlldlnR of good roaUa, ox ISC b utillHi4r dvAdi H ilewMr miiI - MmIoh of tlpboiM awl aehoohi flow- . he kii yeHR Jim Im t cohUb4 lHcrtlNR of .MHgI' f mhiuk iaiiMdiHl M4 atrlv- - HlaaU town ami adrrttelHK tb Ui ! Mbool ami otlir j hard lo tbraoib tb a auatiH! ovrcc. w ar roIhi to a won-drflug Mood prMM" , iilr t ab4 utMMKIt Wrtgk and AU UmI CkrteUan. Tt fiiUtr nle4 vn na I V Resolutions of Respect. wUdoui rch ih i.rn . . rvle PrWAy by Ura. U. w. ukK rtdfM f MM t at " ffcUNft tonai www Im j- - Hik (MKer, who trtlMit th bautlful ilnt-nod- . k of raii atHi nww Ui whkli hi Um tiwMt vt a . wra b(d at of eovorwl Mny frtw Wr. fn n Mfton .MHT. blirlAl tAklHB iv mt Um sntv rtlr lMrwwrt, t aurvlved by UK moUmt, Mm. AjutarK. " WwhJmw. a nry, Victor. iukI WIlHo, ) uiibvr of otbor rlaUvwt, wko hv ur ayratMitby of tbulr many frloml ,i. tbu dark bour of aorrow. )i. . in M H . ftl bld If )our groccrlca hao not proven entirely satisfactory try trading with C 11. Moor. Try n sack of 101 Highest Orado latent Hour. Cnao A Bon. Phono No 188. In Ilrmoinbor mo have moed tempo W. J. COOK, Prop. tbla la Ui rarily Into th Harry building. Hick An iMilcftttoH of wbo ar morUiK to man l'luinblug & Tinning. number of BEST k- Ommw mntlnunlly lUckanan ami log bnalHa loMtOH Th Htekronn County Farmer $1 will be hold In Clinton on OcU tblnga ami the KmIUIhr nil tb Uouwa, ober 6 and 6. acaaMy for mom bulHa 1 hat otMHd n n bnlMa aildlUon -I- Nof Ittcbmoml & Howl Co'a. proprcj' STOMIN: From my lot In West wbro U ta rlfibt In tb ono bluok, blind mulo. 6 Western Kentucky ar nd-M- l HtckimiH. nw bUklRM 1hhi tb yar old. MU handa high. Mos " I bavn arrennod trt of thla for Imrkett. rHall ami mrt for wholsaaM atoroa. with tNi railroad Inwk In the ror for relTliw car loail ohU. Ilulte'a Excellence Is tho namo of Roper's Colt Show. my our now, high grado flour, guaranteed In owmlHK up Uila awbdlvlalon to bo tho best In Hickman. Your first mov Is to toll tb public about money back If not satisfied. Dotters-wort- h Itopor's Annual Colt Show will tako It throuRh our pmt and 1 expwt & Prather. plnco on Monday afternoon, Sept. 12, nnd ai-- tlu t tbo beat ronults to nt tho furm flvo miles east of Hickman. Tho following premiums will bi- given: Aristocrat, $12 to first, $S to second; Osceola, ?G to first U to second; Mohawk, $8 to first, $4 to second; Black Boy, ?5 to first, U to second. lHutm-mH- t tra Ih Um unit fow C OTTAGE HOTEL! rr !r! tbr. a Day House ban9 ie ....... I Very Best Kentucky Lump An exchnngo gaya thoy linvo vu.iid a now kind of social nimme u. lit It la onllud nn "nvordupola I arty All tho glrla arc weighed ni.d the Molght of ioh wrltton on i plec of paper and put Into a hat md the joung men muni draw Tim cung man inuat go to auppor mIUi ttic girl whono uulght ho draws, and f i nst pay for her supper at M per pound. It la very exciting. i a far na the young mon aro concorn- ono-hftl- ICOALI DELIVERED- - It you recelto a sample copy of it la au Invitation to aubscrlbo for it. As a special Inducement to thoso who aro not taking tho Courier, cud In order to get you acquainted with It, wo offer it to jou from now until Jan. 1, 1911, tor Uio Courier, $4.25 POSITIVELY A TON NO only 25c. Thla Is much cheapor than elthor borrowing or stealing. Leavo jour namo, or tho namo of some frleud, your address, and 2Co at tho offlco and we'll do tho rost. This applieB to now subscribers only , SCHMIDT THB TAILOR. VTVTWVVYTTVVVTTVTVTVYWV CLINKERS they like this coal. Ask our regular cnslomers how WHY NOT TRY T Popham'e ASTHMA REMEDY G'les prompt and posltlvo relief Iu ivcry case. Sold by Tho Hickman Drug Co, prlco ?t. Trial l.icjutiu uy uinii, iuu, Williams Jlfg. Co., Props., Clovoland. avAAAAAAAAAAAAAA W. F. MONTGOMERY AlAr MiUiaiulAJ W. R. Andrews, of Union City, was in town Monday. Ho has been for a number of years ono of tho chief promoters of Union City's big annual poultry shows, and suggests that "tho show bo held at Hickman this year. Our poultry fanciers woull do well to give this matter consideraTho people of this vicinity tion netd to tako a llttlo moro interest In poultry raising, and this Is a way to work up Interest. WHEREAS, God, In His inflnlto has removed from our midst HIDESANoryR! Sov. J. T. Kemp; bo It resolved, THAT, Elm Camp No. 3, W O. W , Jl II BcJajDnfai. 1 has lost ono of its most loyal and fi we eta io orthyv members, ono who believed iMr he m Iki f nil Of caaaiuiM BCrctlltb. vith sincere devotion in the tenets Kctatict: ijliU la lmutiiic. nt iiriiM nnd principles taught by this ordor, WMlHtiirrMUMiaiwai. nu.wrwicciuu and whose life, therefore, waa conM.SABELHSONS TJmmT LwuTfl!i,Kr. sistent in tho establishment of a reputation that all of us may remember with prldo. THAT, wo extond to his bereaved Kentucky Fair Dates-Flore- nce, tamlly our heartfelt sympathies, that September G 3 days. a copy of theso resolutions bo spread days. Montlcello, September iipon tho minutes of this lodgo, and days. Hodgcnville, September presonted to Uio Hickman Courier Falmouth, September 28 1 days for publication, and a copy of same Kentucky State Fall, Louisville, bo sent to his family. September 126 days. Jno. Pylo, O. W. Stockton. Tom Bondurant FOR SALE: Ono Phaeton, one 2 Commltteo. seated trap with top, pole and shafts 20p Dr. J. M. Hubbard. WANTED TO BORROW: J2000 for 4 or 5 years on good Union City prop Dr. E. D. Richardson died at the erty worth $7000; gilt edge security. homo of his daughter, Mrs. Abo David 31p Apply nt this office. son, in Obion, on Thursday morning, Aug 25, of senility. Tho partnership Interests heretofore existing between Jos. M. Brlco and WANTED Cosmopolitan Magazine Arch Johnson, of the News Banner, requires the services of a represon nt Union City, has been dissolved tatlvo In Hickman to look after sub and Mr Johnson la at present doing scrlptlon tenowals and to extend clr business at The Commercial office. dilation by special methods which Mr Brico continues tho publication have proved unusually successful of tho Salary and commission. Previous ox perlenco desirable but not essential I guarantee all plumbing and tin- Whole time or Bparo time Address ning I do. If the work don't come with references, H. C. Campbell, Cos mopolltan Magazine 1789 Broadway you up right and I can't out-talwo will cheerfully do tho Job over-J-ust New York Olty. like any other plumbor. Cotton. Our mill la running every day A Democrat orator has catalogued You will not bo disappointed If you Half come to our mill for shingles. Yates tho Republicans as follows: breed Republicans, Tnft Republicans, & Kirk Shingle Co. stand-pa- t Republicans, insurgent Republicans, liberal Republicans, Conser A good housewife never opens Uie vatlvo Republicans, LaFolletto Repubo condensed milk can with her hus licans, Dolllver Republicans and band's razor, nor will a loving hus Republicans. band curry tho horse with tho nutIt-I- lka meg grater. REO. .It Try WOOL J, WE BUY 63 63 News-Banne- r. k Bev-erldg- Jv. ,'V s. . HimiwiHiUiUiuuiuuwuiuuuiuuuuufj .1" fM MBJRr.ts jramro irNiff"i?p m Tho best flour in HlckmanBulto's Excollonco at Bottcrsworth & Miss Mattlo Travis and Mrs. Henderson visited In Union City last week. HI-l- Revival Will Close, Tho revival as the Christian churuk will ome to a close Friday night, wa Withal It has been n iimlarMtnnd. vary succeusful meeMiiB and nlteiid-uc- e 1ms beeu fair eonaldarliiK the oxtrame warw wwthar. There havo wl one rebeaH twu Wyott. of Pftdutmh. Rev. claimed. who has bwn boWlaic the eerTloae. awl well iMforweil H nn lterttl f oar iwoate ami more HitHtater. ahoahl have heard hlat. VfVVVVV"TtTTTVt,Vn From us Mon County Ci;;1,: I a A g 3 Ml ' i Quality Wins When it comes to a question of buying our supplies QUALITY is the first thing we consider. Price is nothing to us, until the quality satisfies. That is why our store excels in every way. The Best By Glih. Groceries Circuit Court. at Moore's. Fresh meats at Mooro'fl. The corn crop's a clnoh. Union City Fair, Sept. H. Tho oystor season opens today. "By Glsh" the mark of quality. Showers predicted for tomorrow, Ooo Miss Rttbyo Fleming returiiod Uto latter part of lost week from a visit lu Fulton. J Harris was in Fulton Friday. Why not havo a good strcot falrt No hunting allowed In tho Railroad park. Not long until tho school ball will ring again. Helm & Ellison zitmmmmtmmFmtmmmmmimtK; Resolutions of Respect. Where They Teaoh, There aro now tun prisoners In tho county Jail. Fred Llllker was ovor from ayce, yesterday. Tolephono No. and groceries. 4 for hatter moats Rep. F. S. Moore, wife and daugh- ter are in Loukirill. Day. ' ,fl Ik I Next Monday, the Itb, is Labor Kvrybody busy. ev- I Xt Following Is a list of the teaohers Hickman Lodge, No. 7C1. who will teaoh in Fulton county this F. & A. M. Hickman, Ky., Aug. 30. 1910. year and name of tholr school. Miss Mary McOaniel, Blue Pond. Whereas, It has pleased Almighty Miss Cressle Chambers, Taylor. God in His wise providence to take J. C. Sugg, Palestine. from our midst our worthy brother, Mrs. P. A. Moore, Liberty. Roland L. Ambers, who, on August Miss Annio Hallow, Edmlston. 26th, 1910, was received Into that Miss Jessie Wall, Rush Crook. spiritual building, for which he was Frauk Wall, Cayce. so well prepared that house not Miss Elslo Shaw, Rural . made with hands, eternal In the heaMiss Marie Gore, Simmons. vens; be It Mrs. Ora Boardman, Montgomery. Resolved, That in his death, HickMiss Rubye Scay, Hazel Del). man Lodge No. 7C1, has lost a true Miss Grace Sulllvnn, Walnut Grove. and faithful brother, his church n Miss Jane McConnell, Sassafras devout and consecrated Christian, loving and dutiful son IUdgo. Ills mother a Harry Williamson, Madrid Bond. and his brothers a wise counsellor. Miss Nannie Brown, McFndden. Resolved That we oxtond to his Mrs. Mary Barber, Lodgton. mother and brothers our heartfelt Miss Fannie Eddlugs, Woodlawn. sympathy, with the assurance that Mrs. Lillls Stanley, Sycamore. we mourn with them In their loss; Miss Suo Ramer, Roper. and we commend his life and faithMiss Elizabeth Corum, Stubbs. fulness to the whole community as Miss Lavann Fuller, Graves. worthy of emulaUon. Miss Magglo Henry, Jsjand No .8. Resolved, That a copy of these Mr. Sheffer, New Hop . resolutions be spread on the record T. W. Sklnnor, Rock Springs. book ,a copy sent to his mother and brothers and copies sent to the Ma- Carr Institute. sonic Home Journal and Hickman J. C. Cheek. Courier for publication. Miss Alma Glvens . HENRY J. OEIGBR, Miss Macon Sebastian. A. E. KENNEDY, W. C. Underwood. W. C. SPEER, Miss Jessie Leo Reed. Committee. Ml S3 Bessie Rice. Miss Lillian Klrkland. Mrs. R. A. Herring. Sam Salmon returned Twsnday ening from New Madrid. Coombs was In Si. ftevwal days last week. R. G. Robblns !) Miss Homer Green Is visiting" Mrs. at Mayfield. Mrs. Margnrot Balrd, age S3, died at her homo in Fulton, yesterday. Robert Coffee has returned from a vMt trvmtfvoe In Parugould, Ark. Miss Hthel Poatill, of Horse Gnve, Ky, is the gutwi of Miss Bufle Druer. Owh the only Portrait Pnotogra' jwer. Walker! corner in West Hlok- avra. J. M. Raid returned Friday from an extended stay at Montoaglo, Twin. Miss Mayme Naylor has returned from a visit to Fulton relatives and friends R. J. Ilrown vs. I. I U i for 100 dnutuKia for Injui tallied by plaintiff on nu,U; bus been used iu Crutrut thorouHhfnro. Mtas Hffle Uruer, our nojwmr DepUnited Stntea Tulloriiig i. uty Circuit Clark, left thl morning ..Mlltwr. Suit for ll'Jt, Kullon. for ure to return saiuplos. MlwT l.uolle Bondurnnt vWted her Mellon & Thomas vs. It- (. sister Mrs. llunty Llgun, in Union Nil Iimuruiico Co. Hull on m OHy mat week. UiituiU Shirt and Collar i HtaVman Kurnltare Co headquaiU G. W. MaNeos and family, of Cay- era for undertakers goods. A. MHuer. Suit tor an a. They ce. have moved to Cllutoa. IMel. Did you know we eould make that 11l keep boarders. 11. O. Hula vs. Vernon MaWi old suit look like now. Sohmtdt the OKy of Fultou, Kx 11m. mora-In- g A. M. Dallow returned thto Tailor. alts to numix new Utrrttur froHi Dawten gprlaxa, whan ha J. J. U. ilotiduruut vs. J it I). C. SMlllvaa. wtie aad Wahr ar epoHt several days. SuR. Wt Hot rivod yanwrtlay from MayHaW for a Mhrole Jowa vs. Jim Jui. Mrs. S. M. Hubbard has retumtd leWtlaya etay. mm- - illvort from MnnUmgle, TaMtL, where sha latterH nml "fee Jaa. Sanger vs. lUolmrd lt- - . spout sevoml days. tho BrK of the week vrtth Mm. B. at. Suit o ihHo. Nnt Blkln hu returned to Memphis C. White, at Durena. after u vhilt with hie eoaela. T. T. II. C. Holm ami totally wilt Jearo Real Cttata Transfers. Swarne, ami lawHy. Satsmhgr tor QNmoh VToIm. T. U Alood, Cotnr wt Mrs. W. II. lmMaer ami dawjhter, to eoeatl oeveral Miss Thelata, left today far OarVa n 0. Khahra, tlaoeasad, to Xtrnm lAtefte uad Orleaaa Wttaoav hro, aeren land. rial. IMa., la rtttk her parent. of WL Loate. are vtatUas their mothT. U. Ala'aotl .Couir, MInb Vlrsiala Prathar returned er. Mr. AMce P. Wlavm this week. G .KMahro, drouosad, U- - i Ttteewa? from a wwk's rtelt to Mhw aoroa kind. Mr. Kratl IlayaVa haa caaaad aatt Klaahre. ICoW (6 O. It. Coi. iMCfle RebWw. at New Madrid. W. R. araanrvad M aalkma of fraM aaa of ISC aarva wad. Mr. ami Mrs. WW Hot cameo te gHher wHh ptrkUi aatl kraot. haa O. U Cola U W. It. Co!., u tana! to JMkaiw, WMh muanlay. om 210 tptUoaa of 138 acrva html. after a vtaH te Mekmaa remtrvee. Mrs J A Nnoann aa4 ohlMrra J. U. W4e io J. P. Im. W. Attama mm! Irrt yaatrraay lor br oM aotaa la raraa Urn, IMft. Had Matheax. Jl V, will attaml a t h.r- - ih-j- r J. P. DeMter Io G O H. Powell aaoat a few eajra last HardwHI. af Uatee Ct). lOO aerm mihI (tahlag aaa' bl mmli) nuiitfu thla atn-ok oe No. I Lake W. II. OarnHflO. tit N- IinrUwk. Mrs. JiilM. MJUmv aa oaafhtar. te Jaa. P. AiwaM. 117 acr. . Mn W A HWm M4rM llemJ. 1W. Jack MenaaM loft tor lHHarllte MIM , WedaaKdA)' nIrM whr ha will wa-- r ami Uuahua-- Max RrlHw. of KSttUw. J. P. Witt la J. II Pillow WM Jwht W. A Naylor aa4 mm-llj- r Oarrn AiMKkMt la ISiHoh i the wata ainee ef the Maac Box Co. satrral 4ay hvst attk J. H tnhaw m Vf. iv. W J WUIhitmm. Ua la t Mrs. It, 0. IliUe. Mr. Klla Han Mm IMUt Wklltam la at jat iiVhM to fVHao, week, Mlaw Jeeate Owttea m Bat- for a law omy aatUac hlata la U Klaa at at m I. I 1 tnr-daratle awl Alba DtxMe retMraad Oa ami arw atilr r maJtlac mm!, a trie te MeMMoth Oavi ter n sha will havo rharor oC the IM arras Joaa to J. It M WM dVpartmat at lmJtr onwuanaJknc Thta ) 100 acrva mad. fUll KMher of ViHmn U now low UoOtfa am4 In lW pa ar thai far several T)m- - Uv There In anly I feat a the Cain. rrtr bttl)4-loa- . B. U ltoa ami J. W W lrHk and guana, and Is still falltttK. la a short 3S$ )S W.i I' wnw4 of thr Ira huaory, la aalM PMorh. Itoary Pwttork. LtK tt: tlinr th In- - Una ataamrra win Im rtfbi up Tfa- - Miildlai ! beta mtt furr-t- l tx'tWM-up I') A I) (fcrirttiara fur ih Hickto nbahrfon arTl liakman Mr. ! A Hall to Mft J (airo and St Ixrnl until Uir rl- -r man i'lumhlns A Tlnnlnn CM ri ill uiakr He-h- i ini huaio lr". w 'n fulloa H'.0 ie eorrteia n - . a mV 4a. To.. t i 14, aa y t (rt ft.. la yn rn lt n lU SKE0 Missouri Couple Wed, Norman-Terr- m 1 J. T. Townsend, age 25, and Miss AUIo Hlggins, age 19, were united in marriage at the court house yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock by Judge Ricevllle . R. A. Herring. W. A. Naylor. The bride Is a daughR. A .Herring . ter of W. M. Hlggins. The groom is son of Jas. Townsend. Both re- Hickman College. ft side in Mississippi county. Mo. B. F .Gabby. In this Issue of the Courier appears the first of three artlclos on the Sabbath question by Rev. 0. W. Wilson. To get the full benefit of his treatment of the subject one needs to read carefully each of the three arMiss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Miss Miss School. Miss Hettio Collins. Miss Vivian Hall. Miss Kate B. Hill. y g p n v 1 r jtlIL 1 1 1 ul ! 1 1 1 1444 i ticles. Beware of substitutes see that our k is on your plumbing and tinning Jobs. John Cotton. trade-mar- Virginia Luton. Annie Sherron . Mattlo DcBow. Mattlo Seay. Anna Outten . Imogene Moore, Buflo Bruor. Llglit Paris. Avoo Journey. Es telle Rencau. Louise Atwood. PICTURE8 1 & 2 Best flour on the markot. & Betters-wort- h MOVING at the Lyric Prather. Saturday night. L FARMERS UNION -- ir.-A M 3C3NT O -J SATURDAY, SEPT 10th One-Ha- lf Mile West of On Moscow and Columbus Road 'j5 sfc jgj Treasurer of the State Union, and other prominent Union men. Speaking by Hon. R. L. Barnett, Secretary and ! 'Ii1 i J Jk. i 1 i To Make Music Throughout the Day. Brass "EIeltdlcL M iS 52 82 f M . .1 i' I lV' : ai l' :, 1. I .1 Refreshments of all kinds, and a fine lot of barbecued meats which will be sold at 30c a pound, our object being to cover necessary expenses only. We invite every one to come and enjoy the day with us, whether you are a member of the Union or not. Ladies are especially invited. COMMITTEE. i tone for house cleaning and refurnishing ,3 near nt hand. Naturally, if you love a neat, cozy home, you want to make it still neater and cozier by an addition here and there of some article of furniture or fur- rushing that will lend new life and added pleasure to the surroundings. V .U nr.nnl-K.- M firm in Hickman- -lo meet your needs in this line. NcvPr before has our been mure invitin, or our assortment oiui,n more comprehensive than now. Come, take a stroll through the store, you will not be urged to buy. A few prices Davenports 26,50 to 40.00 Wood Beds 3.50 to 10.00 Oil Cloth, yard 20c Uining Koom Chairs 1.25 to Z,00 Metal Beds 75n?nnn Linoleum 50c Pedestal Dining Table 12.00 up Library Suit, Mission 12.50 Baby High Chairs. 1.25 China Closets 16.00 up Parlor Suit 35,00 Baby t .2.25 to 12.00 Lace Curtains .00 up Bed Room Suits 22.50 up Mattings --"20c to 30c Buffet . 25.00 un Fancy Parlor Tables 3.75 to 7.00 Carpets, good values 35c Dressing Tables, al styles 15.00 up Library Tables 2.50 to 25.00 Shades, all kinds 35c Wardrobe 32.50 BookCases 2.50 to 15.00 .. Stoves and Ranges 9.00 to 40,00 Chiffoniers, any price. Desks, Ladies' and Gents'... 3.00 up Child's Crib ,50 , Dressers, any style 0.00 to 20.00 Druggets, any style 7.00 to 25.00 Pictures, framed 75c up Bed Sprincr. anv stvle . Kitchen Cabinets J.75ud 0.00 to 8.50 Clocks .. 1.25 to 3.50 Pillows, oair .1.25 to 2.00 Kitchen Tables 3 00 . Rugs, 300 styles 75c up Mattress (Ostermoor) 2.25 to 7.50 AOr n airs Lamps, all kinds at. verv low nrirria. ur . -, j It there anything you need to make your home more comfortable, we shall be only too pleased to have yU come to this store, select just what you need and pay for it as , ,, ""' increased busing ,o ofa belter lllan befo at evcn THE g S :s i$ : Go-Car- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 I WkT. e 2Z. ST. LOUIS FURNISHINR nil. lpktj 1 g g r. 1 kvvvssags8mmsss?88 (.' PeTE;Oieaataaa AJ. : MM I , Home Supply Go. Sells. Resolution of Respect, Linder TiiralkBld. II oU 4 the New Styles In Ladies', Men's and Children's Fine Shoes re now ready. Good school shoes for boys and girls, price low and quality high S1.SO to $2.00 Leathers. All It is time to think of a new suit. It will pay you to see our fine line of 'Woolens -- fit, satisfaction and prices guaranteed $13.50 to $40.00 Our lino of hosiery was never so complete and the price so low 5c a foot, 10c for two feet. We want you to see this line, black, tan und fancy, 7 a foot, for two feet. 15c r A. 8tark engineered a deal the Whereas, Tho Death Angol baa first of tho week, whoroby tho fur-visited Fulton Lodge No. 83, I. nituro Htoro of tlio Homo Supply Co. O. O. F., of Hickman, Ky., and callbi comes tho property of tho SL Louta ed upon us to mourn tho loss of ono of its beloved members, Tom r"urnlHlilnK Co. lino purchasers will Uiko posses- - Dillon, Jr., who passed over tho dark tlon today. Tho stock will roam In river to hlo heavenly roward, Wed wlicre It la for Uio preaont. nesday, tho 24th day of August, 1910 W M. Potts, proprietor or the at his homo at Mrs. Karaagcs, In Home Supply Co., will leavo In a Hickman, Ky., terminating a long. short tlmo for Mayfleld, whero lie Instructive career wiUx tho lodge will engugo in tho Insurance buslenss. and benefitted his brothers and during hla residence hero, and knowing his worth and merit as Important If you want GOOD pho- wo do and desiring to add our appre tos you must get them whllo you ciative words of his many excolent can Uy Olsh. qualities; thereforo bo It Elmer Threlkeld and Miss Lottyo Llndor, well known young people of near this city, wero married at tho country homo of tho bride last night at 8:30, Ror. Smith, of Jackson, Teua officiating. After the ceremony, re freshments wero served and tho friends and relatives of tho contracting parties modo merry until a lata hour. Tho bride, an accomplished and charming young lady, is well known to many of our readers, and Is loved by her entire clrclo of acquaintances. Sbo Is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Linder. Mr. Threlkeld is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Q. B. Threlkeld, ono of tho oldest and most highly respected families of the county. Ho Is a prosperous and energetic young farmer, and Is held in high esteem by his many friends. Further particulars next week. Tho Courier Joins thelt friends In wishing them a bon voyage on Ufo'a l 4 r !m , 4 School Announcement. In addition to tho regular course, Hickman College tills year will havo th" following special courses: ' Vocal and jc We sell strictly high grade footwear, no plugs, nothing but dependable shoes, Ladies fine shoes a specialty, Instrumental Music. Trench, (k-rraa- Oroek. THE CASH SHOE STORE L OIL p . FOUNDJN ILLINOIS O. R.ICB Elocution, llookeoplnkg. Shorthand. Typewriting. Penmanship. avaiuages of tho now library. The Hlftu School Course Is free to ail pupils in Fulton County. Ao Col era Mike Rich Strike at Two Thousand Feet Deep Nine Mile From Greenville, utTeiulllo, 111, Aug. Zly-- Tbo HERMIT KINGDOM Pro- - TOP J APAN . oil company drill J Into oil at tho Brown's Mill woM. nlw a wool of Qrccnvlllu, with ro- katio success, at Uown by th ,itn of oil brought to tho surface. 1. .n,viw p the ptt. itruiik at 2,000 wore brwHsht to Orceorllle anil w exporter grade. Too rep en bad Ailed J.ailer shews the t.i a depth of 1H foot at tho Umo ilfr aa drawn tnm the halo. a strong he prcooure iMMeato 1 V be Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, frc. At Courier Office. Sea samples. CJIbOHDEnS FOLLOW CLOSE UPON OP KOREA ANNEXATION BY NEIQHDOR, NEW PROVINCE CHO SEN 1 Mikado Hromlied Protection, Illinois Lilt Wdlng Orowna. i I xintrton, he SO. InS-- . Au. L. ion of f o.-ug Toklo, Aug. 30. Dtaorda have according to broken out in Korc C " prlvato a'dylce rcclvod hero, coincident with the formal announcement Earthuke In Nw England. that tho old "Hermit Kingdom," Inde11 Earth try !!. Mae. Aug. pendent (Qr more than 4,000 years, t r aeemalt4 br heaty ruby Dorena Notes, sow tho Japancio provlnco of Cho t ui- - Miieeo oofiiiderabte alarw Is Sen. aurr.sd:iug towns. Tho rtty aas I Tho annexation has caused great lasted saveral leoonds but aid Hue uxctgmenl in Japan, although fully J. K. White purohaaed four flno oxpectcd. Rejoicing ia general, aavo Ej 4M!- I""-- muhw for t00.. circles. Tho aoclaltets In radical A Powerful Beacon, Toiinoweo, haro attempted to make capital of Otirlatal Aloxnnder, of Now Tork. To gW ocean llncra tho move, pointing out tho definite harbor. lto Now York Ambroeo threegh tho le vietMng her Brawlwuthor, Mrs. pledge of tho malntonance of Korea's chancel, la Crawford- I ent lt.000.000 Independence. DC marine completion on tho hills Censorship la Strict. Several young folk of thta vtein- powerful beacon of BUten Island Is strictly mainTho equal .to amp Haolf will give a light la In Ity spent Sunday whh taw Mleeoe tained, censorshipactual cundltlons in and tho i)0o candle power. whtb f Bottom, of Medley. are not definitely tho peninsula, . atcd to nearly l.00.W oandl reflector a4 Kml PoJtmwua ?wl Mr- - How-oi- l known. It la certain, however, that Mr. r by rnonna of tho t and ne ar rViKtHK thtr broth-r- , outbreaks have occurred at aoveral rh a light wM b ieceralbl points. , no loss than witr Jm I'oHutMtuo. Tho army of occupation baa been o of u.iil will bo vaportied kr . Mtaa Manila Maddux .of Calvert' ordered ready lor instant service, anu which. Moxt to eJoetrlclty. give ' vtoWng hw brottiora. John the iwtrol of tho coast by warships brtrhtrst light known at tho proa- - Crty. "tl" uei"s " day Tho eott of tho light will awl Cloud Mnddox. rut uy i no uunuxauuu J !' ( exceed IJ6.000. MtaM IKflo and Pearl Bradley prlio thM has been practically within graip since her mccautul war frow Wins Alfonio'a Narrow Cioape. .u..v. wiin jtuma. nor w H) Wivo b.Mn rlirttlng frlonds Madrid q Fw won f hte ago tia,4! hor pQpu Al-aa Klag t- .i.kpji Harniw qeoaiM Crawford haa wtun-ro- Utlon by approximately i3,ouo,uuu. MIm Oarm r- of Spain, who waa twoaiyfow Agreement. Japanese-Korea- n whore she 1ms fnwii Tnno attompteJ Mav 17 Hla life h&a China renounced her claim on Kovlaltlng liar altr. Mrs. May twlco. In Pnrla during a atato rlalt bA rea by the treaty of Shlmonesekl, In there and In Madrid on hla woddtng AU'rBlor. 1895, when Japaneso Influence In Koday He lma boon In aevural motoring rea became predomlnanL In Februsahool will Tho IoauHt Grov a Idenin nnd on ono occaalon nonrly agreeJapaneao-KoreaMondny. Miss Irono Roddick, of ary, 1904, tho ceded In killing tho Spnnlih mln i ment waa signed at Seoul, whoroby litter of iduontlon na well as hlmaolf Charleston, has boen emnlayt'd as Japan undettook to Insure the safety at When trying a rwnplng-machlntttachur. Of tho Korean Imperial household and ago ho bocamo some yoara guarantoed tho territorial Integrity of In the machinery, and might tho country. have boon killed If tho engineer had A atronx military force will havo to movement nt stopped tho News From Cayce, bo maintained for several years In. Korea, It Is bolloved, to bold In oheck tho younser part of tho population, Air Line London to Paris. on tho sick Hot this which has always opposed annexation 84vral are I,ondun Lady Abdy. wlfo of Sir nnd has retorted to numerous William Abdy, has offored $!60,000 wtk. In the last fow year. ..ward tho promotion of nr aerial pni MIm Hthol EdmlBtou vlsltud l' i.gvr line between London and Parlj frlandu last wouk. Sovonil of our buslnoss man woro HAVE YOU TRIED lu SL Louis last week. Sullivan Bros. Here. Mrs. Ruth English nnd llttlo son, of Chattanooga, aro visiting relatives huro. Hulllvan Bros. Is Uio stylo of ft sis-toMrs. Ardoll Johnson visited her w firm that la gottlug rondy for i' Naylor, of Hickman, J0 Mrs. iHini'jm in Hickman. Thoy will bo located In tho build Inst week. daughter, g formerly used by Edgar Naylor Mrs. W. A. Naylor and a book Htoro, nnd expect to bo Miss Mnymo, visited rolaUvoH hero for business Saturday. A good Tuesday. Dillon of tholr goods Is huro now, 5c nil Fountains Sovoml of our young peoplo attendand tho throo mombera of tho firm Bhnped up. wl tho show boat nt Hickman iuo urc busy getting things day night. U"ir lino will Include clothing, goods, etc., which will ho nnd urotucr Wft Fulton has a carnival. MIhs ati"0fully explained In tholr Frank, aro In Fulton this week Cypress Shingles, $1 a thousand at next week. tending tho lnstltuto. mlHYatea & Kirk Shlnglo Co. Th firm Is comnosed of throo Ward McClol- Itlehnrd Reevea and trothors B. 0., T. T. and C. C. Sul Fnncv Browns and Grays are tho Trenton, Toun.. hwin, of Mnyflold nnd nro oxporl Ian left Monday for latest for fall aud winter. SchmldL whero they will enter school. ucl muu iu tills buslnosa. -- ut Camel. IIL, wa In White rlvor at Kelly's toy waa a member of the j WhIU lub, camping hero. rip-Tb- Mlltoo O. W. Kruba of drowned while 11. But An- ntxea Peninsula and Population of 13,000,000 Army Ordered In Readlneia, Roosevelt Is making ouo of spectacular tours through tho states, reviewing parades, making spoeches and receiving tb,o plaudits of uproarious crowds of cow I'ojh. soldiers and Indians. His tour will tako him through fourteen, states What Is he fixing for The last legislature passed a law (Demising tho compensation of Jail-ur- n Tor tho board of prisonor to 76 wills n da.y. Tho Attorney General glv it aa his opinion that the law doos apply to Jailors now In offke, as It U In contravention of tho constitution of an officer during Tho Hickman Furniture Co. h&n hht nrra of office. And yet tho In- - dies the best Une of Furniture In you, orAM of J 1300 a year In tho sal-nr- West Kentucky. Let ua show of circuit Judgoa was held to apply to Judges now In office. But Q. T. Salmon, Dick Smith and Hoi- that Is a gray horoo of anoh,or col- - Us Kirk were In Carutherevillo first or Clinton Gazette. 'of tho week. his rt rtesolred, That In the death of Uro. Dillon tho I. O. O. F. has lost a truo nnd faithful member, whose zeal for getting and doing and keeping things right marked his many years of useful membership in the lodgo and has loft tho exnmplo of a truo and noblo life for tho Fraternity to pattern af ter and for ita uplift and betterment. That. Wo lender to hia. rolaUvoa nnd friends outsido Utla lodge our heartfelt sympathy In this sad hour of separa.tfcp, believing that a happy and, tttornat reunion In that Homo beyond tho skloa awaits them and us. That, As on officer of tho Fratjr nlty and as an officer of the law ho Justly earned that welcome plaudit, "Well done thou, good and faithful sen-ant- ; carao up hlghor." That, An a tribute to the memory of Brother Dillon that the Lodgo wear tho usual lodg of mourning1 for thirty days; that these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of tho Lodgo Book and a copy be fur nished tho Hickman Courier and copies of the Hickman Courier bo sont Tom Dillon, Sr.. Mrs. Ramage, Jno. T. Dillon and Mrs. Jessie Dillon. B. T. DAVIS, W. C. JOHNSON. F. S. MOORE, JZ O. SCHLENKER. Comraltteo. sea. Mother and Father have had no a long tlme.a GOOD photos made for Do It Now, By (Hsu. VI Speaking of tho teachers' lnstltuto at Fulton this week, the Tribunu says: Prof. B. F. Gabby, of Hickman, had a very Interesting paper, and each ono enjoyed and profited by U. Prof. Gabby Is a very ablo Instructor and ono that our county and Hickman may feol proud of. Miss Dora Smith Is also coming up to her old record and sustaining her reputation as ono of tho most efficient county superintendents In thu ! state. Tho U. S. Monitor Amphltrlta whteii stratcd up tho Mississippi to St. Louis and was completed to tie up at Memphis on account of low ter, will remain at Momphls this ter for a thorough overhauling. 12, wa win- Mrs. Caroline Chedester, died Aug. at tho home of her daughter. Mrs. Ida J. McCreedy, in Black Rock, Ark. She la survived by her daughter and son, A. L. Chedester, of this city, 6 sisters. Sho was 67 brothers and years old. jWASSSSZ I i Last Call Summer Goods Must Go All v " ' ha. rnrid Kl'.r d o Our Prices Will Move Them i)) bu bo-gi- n n . a Ladi an d M en s LOW CUT SHOES at greatly reduced prices. Men's and Boys' TROUSERS and all Sum- mer stock of wearables at figures that will pay you to buy. - aasat-alnatlo- M r, We need the room for our Mammoth Winter Stock. Don't delay for our loss is your p gam. H.-ul- i i - Jlo BRADLEY & PARHAM i & is5gsim AaJ--U MidtTniti m.mmi&&r ixfii i r:n iTfr l iMPif. SHPT"JW'1I i uiJa.ugwjiiwti WORK WEAKENS THE KIDNEY8. Courier's Tj-po-mt fjrcfe L: FOR SALE. Three good paying piece of proporty in West Hickman. Two houses of 6 rooms eacii uud ouo three rooms. Located ou good street, fences and cistern for each place. Annual rentals, $2C5. Will muko u very liberal price; can bo bought collectively or will soil any one. Suiail cash payment, balance ok Instalments i $ FOll SAW; Tho boautiful little home place belonging to T. S. Aloon-ey- , located between the homes ut Judge Murrell and Judge Moore, ou Obion street. Six room residence, 2 good lots, concrete walk and other Will sell at reauu improvements. able figure. FOR SALE: In tho new Rogers Addition, between Southern Heights as hud cltv line, ten as pretty lo-ever saw to go at a very low jou figure. These lots uo level, denir-abl- u building sites, of good depth, uud can be had in any width. They lay at tho south end of the new steel conbridge. Present improvement sist of cr crete walks, water malus eiecric lights, etc To start tho ball rolling we will sell ten lots at 4160 each; others will be higher. Restrictions will bo placed on these lots co that only nice homes and white people will be in the neighborhood. FOR SALE; For a limited time we will offer for sale at u BARGAIN, 160 acres of fine timber laud near Reclfoot Lake. Owner says there are 1,000,000 feet of cypress, ash, gum, etc., on this land. New ral road will run In 3 miles of this prop- erty. FOR SALE: Two cottages in West Hickman, lot 66x196, fenced, water works, etc. Either one for $500 or both for $950. The houses cannot be built for this money. FOR SALE: A good bottom farm of over 200 acres. $38 per acre will buy It; don't inquire unless you mean Adjoining farms held nt business. 25o to 60. resiFOR SALE: A new dence -- nd 4 vicinity lots (4 acres) barn, etc., Just outsldo city limits; a corking good place for the money. Enough ground for truck gardening and poultry. The place you've been looking for; let us rive you the figures on It. FOP SALE: A nice resi dence and lot in West Hickman, near the Chapel. House in good repair, all Improvements, lot Is 66x190 and located on best street in that section. $1600 will buy It; one-thir-d cash, balance one and two years; or for spot cash we will sell cheaper. Good reas ona for wanting to sell; and you will not make a mistake If you buy it. You can't replace the house for this money. Woman. and lo.t SOxlSO, In East Hickman; all Woman weara tho diadem and mysnecessary Improvements good stable tic keys of deep and lnnorknowledgu. cistern, fences, etc. $900 will buy It. Muscle represents materlnl strength, Owner has good reasons for selling but not the sign of human superiorCall at Curler office ity. Woman's shining powers raise FOR SALE: A nice little her above necessity for tho armour cottage In Bond Addition built this of physical corporeity, the refinement year. Lot COxlCO, ample room for of her frame revealing tho swift vigarden, chlckons, etc. Every day tality of norve. Her sceptre Is you pay rent you aro loslug money. because It is founded In tho This place can bo had for only $650. security of sublliulted authority. Upholding masculine qualities In their residenc FOR SALE: Nice realism. Woman's reign Is tho triin West Hickman. Has coal house, umph of humanity, In tho Intuitional . buggy shed and all other improve-niontsstandard of her attainments and In Well 1 Tiled; easily worth the mystory of her supremo exalta$l,C0O to $1,800, but will sell for less. tion. Are you routing T Cut It out, own a home. This Is a bargain. Her voice Is rule; her smile Is empire; her wisdom Is command; FOR SALE: Nice rosldenco near nnd nor right Is dominion. the College. Plenty of ground and all Improvements. Terms to suit purchaser. Don't pay rent. See ut. If The departure of suuimqr loaves you want a home. Hickman Courier. us tuid, when we look around us cot- and notico tho absence of all the Nlco five-rooFOR SALE: tage and lot 66x160, five minuted treasured plants that brightened our walk from post office. Has all neces- gardens nnd homes. "Blessings brigh sary Improvements. No overflow and ten ns they take their flight." and no hlU to climb. If you want a bar- tho quenching of so much sang, sungain, shove $900 In your Jeans and shine and sweetness that we have como get It, You can't find another enjoyed through the fleeting month chance to get a home so cheap. of summer, naturally brings a feel ing of depression. We visit tho placFOR SALE: A nice residence, one es once filled with summer splendor block from Postotflce. The house and find no more the brightness th.it has 6 rooms, two halls, and two qorch-cs- ; was wont to gladden us as we wanIn good repair and a very desira- dered by the silvery stream, beneath ble place. Call at this office. boughs of oaks tho very best that stretched their emerald arms to FOR SALE: One of the clinging vines now lots In the Henry Addition. Cash or support the tender brown and seer. The air Is full of tlm" echoes of departed Joy. Hut to FOR SALE: The Allison Tyler res some the cold, fresh days bring a reIdcnce property on tho hill. Can be newal of health and happiness, while bought for about half what It Is real- to others a sense of something gone ly worth. It will bear close Inspec- from out our lives. Though our tion. nest has been rifled and mo mourn over empty shells so suggestlvo of FOR SALE: A small farm, one Joys and hop that once were ours, mile from town, all In cultivation; there must remain In the heart an a fine one for truck farming. Will aseumnee Unit the summer will oorao be sold on easy terms. All necessary again bringing with It all the frosti improvements. This office. gladness that has left us. Ah, ho. not ended, we have extracted Its FOR SALE; A No. 1 good business honey and distilled Its dews, and the building located In the heart of the song we fancied bad come to an city. Will be sold at a sacrifice if end is laid away, to be put In tune at taken at once. Rents readily for a u warmer, brighter day. Nature must good figure. Good reasons for selling chango her melodlos. Sho sings In a major key for a time, but the plainFOR SALE: New residence In the tive tones of tho winds as they rusg Samo Bond Addition. tle the dying leaves bring. If not h size lot and house In this addition gladness, still a soothing feeling. Itke Is being held for $650. We offer some nobttl psalm that Is more eleyou this placo for a limited time at vating than tho turbulent trill of the $560, part cash. You ought to own summer warblers. a home. The money you have spent for rent In the past five years would Look for the Sunshine. more than ps for this place. ), wide-spreadi- ng fast-growin- Ooan's Kidney Pills have done Great Service foe People who Work In Hickman. What is a "tonic" A medicine that increases the strength every or tone of the I le system. What is an "alterative Most Hickman people work day In some strained, unnatural posA medicine thn. -- Hers or changes unhealthy action to itionbonding constantly over a desk healthy action. Name the best "tot.ic and alterative riding ou jolting wagons or cars-do- ing Aycr's Sarsaparilla. the only Sasaparii.':i entirely free from laborious house work, lifting alcohol. Ask otir own doctor all about it. Never take a reaching or pulling, or trying the C.ferCo...ouW. medicine doctors cannot endorse. back Iu n hundred and one other ways. All these strains tend to wear Without daiiy aitlonof the bowel HilonouroJuWmuU be ahtnibrd. Thcny .,r sv wonkeu nnd injuro tho kidneys until ImpurcbkHHi blllouincM, headache. Ak our doctor about Aycr's Pill for coiuj,thoy fall behind in their work of filtering tho poUons from the blood Dean's Kidney Tills euro sick kidneys, put new strength In bad backs Cures effected In this locality form the strongest proof of their etflelen cy. Head this testimony: J. F. Hddlomau, barber. Pleasant Port, Ky., says: "An one who fol FOR lows my occupation requires a strong spent at back, for tho long hours tho chair, bring a steady strain mi The sprinkling rate for the season, begintho muscles of tho loins I was in ning May 1st and ending November 1st, pretty bad shape and could not work in residence section, is with any degree of comfort. Doan'a Kidney Pills woro finally brought to my attention and willing to try any. . . thing that might check the trouble I procured a box. Thoy promptly re8c for each additional foot. lieved the pain In my back and the kidney secretions which had been scanty and distressing In passage, beoamo natural." For sale by all dealers. Price 60c Foster-MllburCo. lluffalo. N. Y. sole agents for the United States. This is payable in advance. If you have Remember tho name Doan's and not paid, please don't sprinkle. tako no other. Not a Drop of Alcohol ' -- fr Sprinkling Rates 1010 1010, 50 foot front and under $0 Business house rate, each door SO n PAY YOUR CITY TAXES. HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. Incorporated The penalty is effective September the first. Why wait until too late nnd be forced to pay unnecessary costs? Until further notice pay taxes to Tom Dillon, Sr., at his office. ways In a busy hootcbold. and If in our homt wo as the mums potttrnn we offer our ftveUwe shall hv m "eompay Mannar " The MMMrrtfil wmh works for kereaalty, for love of her depotxb-o- t ones, for lore of hum bmaliful or benoftcloNt profoaoteN. for iwwt mr-cand charity to the Ignorant, lor horror of UoboimIom mfon those on whom she ho ko clotw seldom for buslMM, ambition or material accu mutation. While a man Mtmtrpa womanl twenty. yet In married Iifr U- - 4d mires much woro a good meal eookod by mm loving spotlit and lot a wife have little or bo know I edge of tho art of boustkm'ping. do nestle economy, or m a poor iook he her husband rieh as Cri.-i- i & r lot will be mmorablo Creation advanced from (! mii.(i to, the more complex, from tin i., to the blub. Man h later and !.ii, or tbH the fub or tb- ti. birds of the ulr ud Ut beasts vt the field, and woman Is latr and higher than loan lout and hlh.-- t work of creative energy. In wom.in tho dust of tho, earth reah-its ultimate potwIMtltlM. It is miw-tble of no finer organisation. s ; ; Our Stock is Complete and ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Hcinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase & Sanborn's Coffees nnd Teas l'mMHHTVIiiiiim n wb Wf in imt olUlltK rMkimTl'ITH. KHIKM. THIMII Ml. At Telephone 6 3 Deliveries Ledford & Randle fr j HI t t I I ip t i t tv How much of sorrow this life holds brick house and for even the brightest and most fatwo good lots for sale cheap. All Im- vored of human kind; how every eup provements, two cellars, cistern, etc. has its drops, nnd every life Its It will cost $2,000 to build house, our shndows; how ompty and unsatisfao-tor- y price $1400. Ask for No. 64. are the highest goal to wfalqh For particulars apply at the Cour- we may climb in the world's optalon; FOR SALE: Nice residence ier office. how the favors for which we labor so hard, with a single turn of fortune's wheel may bo snatched from us. And wo thought: Is Heaven a sufficient recoraponso for all we miss here! Will the heart that finds no restful peace In fame or honor, or even lovo find poaco beneath the throno. In that will ondure an endless eternity? baby every homo where there Is a (INCORPORATED) thero should also be a bottle of McQEE'B BABY ELIXIR. It mar Wo had begun to doubt when quick- be needed at any tlmo to correct sour ly camo tho thought, "Look for tho stomach, wind colic, dlnrrboca or sunshine" nnd with tho thought, tho summer complaint It Is a wholosomo sun burst through the clouds, and romedy, contains no opium, morphine druK shono through tho window upon tho or Injurious per of any kind. Price 25c and C0o paper on which we wrote. The glass man Drug Co. bottle. Sold by Hickpaper weight caught Its rays and reflected them In a hnlo of colors as Cita. C . .n A Dove All fairly resplendent as a Jeweled Only s 'a- t,uln .m uh. th. crown. Wo restod from our work and hand ti xiri its iiiiiiiIiik Tor Ui tirnnfltM of Its on-and iho good of basked In its light. 'iiunklnd Look for tho sunshlno and It will come. Tho clouds are transient as Stato of Ohio, City of Toledo, things of earth; tho sun Is always Lucas County. ss. behind them and sometlmos when wo Frank J. Choriev mnkon n.ith that loast oxpect It the glorious light will ho Is senior partner of tho firm of F. J. Cheny & Co., doing business In WORK IN BOTH BRANCHES EXECUTED shine through. tho City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY tho sum of ONE HUNDIIED A Woman's Sphere. for each and every caso of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by tho They talk about a woman's sphoro uso of Hall's Catarrh Curo FRANK As though It had a limit; J. CHENEY. There's not a placo In earth or heaBworn to before mo and subscribed ven, . In my prcsenco, this 6th day of DecPhone There's not a task to mnnklud siren, ember, A. D. 1SSG. A. W. Uleason, (Seal) Notary Public There's not a blessing or woo, nun s There's not n whispered' yos or no. ternally, laiarrn uure is taken inand acts directly tho Thero's not n life, or death or birth. blood nnd mucous surfaces on tho of That has a feather's weight of worth system. Send for testimonials froo Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Without a woman In It. WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILL8. The Hickman Courier has a nice 2 story six-roo- Wlf J. A. COTTON & CO. ''' I desire to inform my friends that I am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly belonged to the Hickman Ice & Cnnl Co., and am now prepared to give you the best of service in this line. I am now selling genuine Notice 4 A TON V t t t Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 Plumbers Tinners t t t t Your orders appreciated, whether large or small. - A. A. FARIS y DOL-LAJI- S. Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. 65 V,'Vi J. KELLY SMITH Hickman, Ky. $ ...ABSOLUTE SAFETY... the basis that we offer to depositors. Other inducements are of secondary importance. Upon this guarantee we is To-k'J- Hare you neglected your kidneys? Have you overworked your nervous system and caused trouble with your kidneys and bladder! Havo you pain la 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, Williams' Kidney Pills will cure you Hlckmar Drug Co.. Price COo. Cotton, the plumber. Phone 65. J Hartley til fttl -- at' Law Clinton, Kentucky OnctUnth of to Chrtsttjinlti. Subscribe for the Courier. Womon of tho world aro usually tho queons of the homo. Let this light reflect around this revolving world; woman's real work Is on character, her surest weapon Is Influonce. Every wife should bo tho mistress of her own homo. Dut tho grandmother and tho mother-in-lashould bo tho most wolcome and tho most respected of all visitors. A little kindly courtesy goes a good Sold byall druggists, 75c. Tako Hall's Family Pills for Ohio. SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE consU-patlo- II. 1IU01IANAN. Holy Crots Day. Holy CroHs day. September frcililrnl DIUHOTOItH J. . A. TIIOMI'HON, Oiuhlor II. lluchnnnu 1 name sometimes applied to the fes tlvnl of tin- - exnllutlon of the crow, which the r stnratlnn of tho cross to In C28 Everything for your comfort tho Lyrlo Saturday night. 1. I ,: T, J. J. O. ltonduront It. M. Iilor H. A.I-edfor- d Tluolkeld Dr. j. m. J. W Alexander HubUird If there Is a bluo mark on your r Tho Hickman Fur. Co. will Courier dont fall to ronow this month prise you In tho matter of low prices at as all papers are discontinued at the and good goods. Don't tako our word expiration of the time, but como and seo for yourself. nfcq j rir ' UAJt WvJkl.ii 1""V",'W 'J5SHS ESftaJH