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I.DKBT l'AriJR CmmBTCial on P tl" "f Success. The Courier hao a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the Rxleso Your Wagon" Old Man, and Let's Hitch E8TABLIBHED Up VOLUME IN WKBTKRN KKNTUOKY HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1911. whole ho. ao:ia IH TBE TEAK lKflO TAKING AN INVENTORY in .;; Vf 7T, mom Good Roads in Kentucky Address Delivered it Louisvillo by Hurry A. Sommcrs Mi 1 i n Ono of tho principal addresses at congress of tho Kcnlueky Hood toi) association, holt! In Louisville Init wk, wo made by Harry A. Bom. mors, of Kllsabethtown. Ky. Mr. Horn- ncni has glvon thli subject muoh lh blned A government statistician has estimated that tho bad roads In tho United States cost 112.50 per capita a year. It they only cost half that much In Kentucky Uio people arc paying annually 112,000,000 to pull through tho mud. Rati Rnrfa m "Tho cost of bad roads U a perpetual lax which can only bo stopped by thn building of good roads. Good study and It an authority. 11U address favor of the Rood roads morcment 'was a follows "It Ui evident that In Kentucky wo have done Ihoio things which wo ought not to havo dona and left un done thoio thlnR which wo ahould havo done Ilctwccn our political feud, our blood feuda In tho moun tain and our tobacco feuda In Central and Wostcm Kentucky we havo ro- jiclled both capital and immigration from our bonlera. "Wo havo neglected tho education of our children until Illiteracy I a reproach to the' stale. Wo havo loft comparatively untouched tho great wealth which the Creator ttored In Wo tho bowcVi of our mountain. havo ahlpped out our splendid timber to bo manufactured In other states. Instead of manufacturing It at homo. Wo havo legislated against tho rail roads, thoso great pioneers of prog and development, Instead of encouraging them to extend their lines Aa a result of all this the census figures Kliow that only three states In thn Union havo a smaller percentage of growththan Kentucky. Is It not Mmo to turn over a now leaf Just tho Now Year and use to tho full Vt extent the groat advantages which nature has laid at our feet and which opportunity has brought to our door' "In my humble opinion tho first and greatest top for tho material development of Kentucky was tal:nn last fall at tho good roads meeting whon this congress was cnlled and n commltteo nppolnted to draft n state nld bill for public lilghwajs to bo submitted to It It Is not my purposo to discuss nt this time In detail the valtio of good roads or tho cost of had ones. I ineroly wish to emphasize that bad roads nro n heavier tax upon tho pernio than any rcnsonablo tnx which mny be levied to secure good roads. Tho bad roads of Kentucky cost tho peoplo more than nil tho stato tax, the stato school tax and ihr rnnniv tnxes com- rt-s- s bo--fo- Prnual Ti. roads not only stop tho tax of bad roads, but they Increase tho valuo of tho land moro than tho roads cost They are great moral factors and Hko the rnllroads are great clvllltcm. "Tho measuro framed for your consideration was drafted by a commltteo consisting of Senator Joe 8. Ilosworth, of tho mountains; Judge James I. Oregory, of loulsvlllc; Mr Oeorgo F Pickett, of tho Dluegrass, nnd tho speaker, from Southern Kentucky. It wad framed without regard to any particular section of tho state, but upon the broad plan of helping every part of Kentucky nnd tho commonwealth as a whole. Tho commltteo endeavored to mako It so plain and slmplo In a synopsis form that It could bo of but ono construction, the ono the framora Intended It should have. "Kentucky U a unit Outsldo tho stato n cltlzon is known only ns a. whether he halls from tho mountains, tho Illucgrass or Western Kentucky No man can rlso to distinction In any part of this commonwealth that tho luster of his namo to not shed upon tho whole state No great crime can be committed In tho most remote section that tho shame of It does not fall upon Kentucky. Wo need to glvo forco and effect to tho motto of our stato, 'United We Stand, Divided Wo Fall.' and everywhere from tho IHg Sandy to tho Mississippi, there ehould ho a united and concerted effort to put Kentucky whoro sho properly bolongs, at tho forefront of tho States. State Aid Not New. question of state nld Is no now 'The thing. Over sixty millions have been appropriated by the various states In iho uirlmi to nld In tho construction of Thirty two Btntcs metal highways. are aiding In vnrlous wayB In the enn Ken-tuckla- -- A New House for New Year--- - may yet be yours If you act prompt-ly- . You can get tno richest panels nnd mouldlnrjs, the most artistic grill work from us nil ready to be put life Ag? In, In hardly no time. With tho aid of our mill work you can turn an ordinary house Into a beautiful home a surprisingly short tlmo and at surprisingly little expense. In Hickman Lumber and Planing Mill Co. Incorporated atnictlon of roads. I havo tho last report of tho fedornl highways department at Washington City, which shows what tho various states aro doing In this direction. Maryland haa appro prlated for this year $350,000, Massachusetts 1500,000. Now Jersey has pent $2,859,735, and has appropriated for 1910 1300.000. In this connection I would say that New Jcrsoy la ths pioneer state In granting aid, nnd asp result It shows double tho Increase of population of any stato on tho Atlantic seaboard. Now York has appro-rnte-l 114,000.000, and has set nsldo' for this year $2,500,000. Pennsylvania, tin' second stnte In growth In the east, has nppropilated 18.221,000, nnd for tho year 1910 11,000,000. Washington, which outgrow nny of tho Paclflo slntcs, has appropriated 1020,000 for this yoar, and so on through n long list of states. "Ixst mo say that no stato In tho union has mndo material progress In road building, except those slates which havo granted financial nld, and thnt every slate which has Krnm-- d aid has mado material progress. Stato ild Is an absolute necessity to eure good roads. Wo wlllnevor havo thera In Kentucky without it. It menus in tho first place, thnt the will be properly built. This has not been h" ease In Kentucky save with raro exceptions. It will not only stop thq4 wnsto from Incompetency, but It will tilso stop tho grnft which has been hinted nt ns existing In somo counties. "Kentucky, of all states In tho union,, should provldo state aid, for the rca-- J son inai no stato nas such a great dlffcronco In tho wealth and poverty of our peoplo. Wo havo ono county whoso assessable wealth la over $200 COO 000, and h dozen whero the is less thnn fl.000,000 Tho prlnclplo of stato aid has been recognized In Kentucky throughout 1U entire history. Our public school system tests upon It and without It half tho It counties could not maintain publlo schools. Tho state, Instcnd of tho counties, undor our laws pays all tho jury claims, witness' claims, pauper Idiot claims, circuit Judges' nnd commonwealth attorneys' salaries nnd many other things It Is so embodied In our laws that the stato Is the unit that It is almost fundamental. Compared With 8chool Tax. "Ijlo not bellovo thnt thero Is an Tntclllgent man within tho sound of my voice who would openly opposo tho stato school tnx of 22' cents on tho S100 because his county paid Into tho W. C, REED, Cashier. stato treasury moro than It drew out. No mnn has over advocated tho repeal of that law. Any candidate for the legislature who would mako tho rsco upon tho platform of tho njieal of tho school tax because his county did not It Is nothing more than right nnd Just get back ns much ns It paid In would that In turn they should help to build bo ovcrwholmlngly defeated. Why? up tho country, for the reason that In llecauso It Is rccognlrcd as on nbso-lut- o In tho end thoy would bocomo bene necessity for tho rich counties ficiaries. of Kentucky to help to educato the "Allow me to refer to our publlo children of the poor counties In order school systom ngnln. Under tho to mnlntnln our public, schol system. of tho law n tax of 22$ cents Nearly half tho counties In Kentucky Is lovlcd on nil tho property of tho are ns helploss to build good roads stato and paid Into tho stato tronsury. without stato aid ns they would bo to It Is disbursed according to tho nummaintain public schools without stato ber of children In ench county, and tho nld. Hcallilng tho value which stato county does not have to raise a Blnglo aid hns been to other states no one cent to get tho benefit of this fund. can object to It In Kentucky except The stato nld to roads Is on n much upon the most selfish motives of pay- fairer proposition than this. It proing In a llttlo moro Into tho stato vides that not a dollar of tho stato treasury thnn they enn draw out, nnd money shall go to nny county which I do not bellovo thnt Kentucky Is godocs not cover It with cither $1 or f 2 ing to be governed by thnt narrow of Its own money, to bo used In tho spirit Those few people who arc cry- construction of tho roads nccordlns ing out against tho small tax of 5 cents to Its ability to pay. In other words. On tho 1100 from selfishness aro ciy-In- g If tho state putB ur $500,000 a year to out before oven their pocketbooks nltt In rond building, tho counties will nro hurt. Wo bellovo that tho stato havo to put up from $500,000 to $1,000,-00supervision In tho construction nt This mennB thnt In ten years roads would save In tho rich counties thero will bo from 10,000 to 12,000 more than tho tnx they pay, thnt in miles of good mads built In Kcntuck the end tho Increased prosperity of according to tho direction of a comtho pauper counties by the building petent civil engineer nnd after tho of good roads would soon tako mnny mest npproved methods of road buildof them out of the pauper list, nnd ing. ThlB will do moro to develop that In ten yenrs tho stato would bo Kentucky nnd to enrich It than tho paid back a largo Interest on tho snmo amount of money spent lu uuy money Invested In ronds by an In- other way." creased valuation of proporty. Two Per Cent Provision. back may como from over"There Is a section of tho synopsis work, cold 8ottled In tho muscles of Is n tho bnck, or from disease. In tho of tho bill to !o discussed which section that has' been overlooked by two former cases tho right remedy Is many. It Is tho section which pro- MALLARD'S SNOW LINIMHNT. It vides that no county shnll Tccclve nny should bo rubbed In thoroughly over pnrt. tho bo year more than 2 per cent of tho stato tho affected satisfactory,rcllof will 2.ric prompt l'rlco, fund. This stato fund will bo .it- - 50c nnd nr.d por bottlo. Sold by Hick-mni- f $1 proximately $500,000, and 2 per cent of Drug Co. It will bo 510,000 Any county receiving this maximum amount will bo drawing out of tho stato trensury moro A western college boy Is getting thnn It pays In unless tho nssessed on ten cunts a day nnd stands valuation of the county Is J20.000.000 more, in KonmcKy wo nnvo less nt tho head of his class. Tho cast cr than ten counties whore tho proiiorty of living nt tho foot of tho class Is Is valued at $20,000,000 or more, nnd not mentioned. thoso would bo tho only ones which would of necessity contribute more to When You See the Bell tho road fund than they could draw All of thoso rich counties from It. On tho bottlo you havo our guaranhave largo cities In them. These cities tee that you aro getting tho best havo been built up by tho country, nnd cough nnd cold remedy. Dr. Dell'B has millions of satDr. Bell's isfied users. At p'l Joalors. word In ovory stato Is a house-bolIn tho union ns well as In sovcrnl foreign countries. For Orlppo, Coughs, Regular services nt tho Methodist Colds, Astlnna nnd throat troubles It Church Sunday morning nnd evening Is the, bosL Sold ovory whoro. Look by tho pastor. Rev. 0. W. WUson. for tho Boll ou tho bottlo. A Comparative Statement 1 of Deposits on December 5th, for the past five years, which shows the steady increase in our business. 1906 119,006.42 1907 131,659.69 1908 ro-ut- s 133,577.02 1909 141,964.28 191- 0- -- m 162,755.49 j is indeed gratifying to us to state that our last is the Best Bank Statement ever published in the city of Hickman. HICKMAN BANK JNO. PYLE, Asst Cashier. ? 'i Gen. Robert E, Lee. 0. Today Is tho birthday anniversary of Robt. E. Icc, champion of tho Lost Cause, and one of tho greatest generals tho world has over known. Out e respect to his memory, tho Courier gives n brief rovlew of his life: Ho was born Jan. 19, 1807, at Stratford, Va., nnd died Oct. 43, 1870. Ho was tho son of Henry Leo ("Light Horso Harry"). Ho was graduated with high standing from West Point In 1829. In tho Mexican war ho served as chief englneor on tho staff of Gen. Wool, and was distinguished hi tho advnnco on tho cnpltol, especially at Chapultepec. From 1852 to 1855 ho was conunnndnnt at West Point. In 1859 ho was sent against John Ilrown's raid on Hnrper's Ferry and ho hnd reached tho rank of lieutenant colonel in 18C1. When his stnto scccdod Lee resigned from tho U. S. army, April 20, nccopteu tho command of tho stato forces, and In Mny wns nppolnted a general In tho Confcdcrnto nrmy. For n year ho was conspicuously employed in and South Carolina, The woun Ing of Con. J. E. Johnstotn nt Fair Oaks, May 31, 18C2. called Leo to supremo command, llo commanded In Uio Seven Days' battles, bent Popo at tho second battle of Pull Run, and Immediately begnn his first Invasion of tho iiorth. Ills prestige won not Impaired by tho drawn battlo of An- Vlr-glnl- n tictaui, and tho army and Its general gained now honors by tho victories of Fredericksburg and Cbancellorsvllle. His second Invasion of the north resulted disastrously at Gettysburg. In the nest year, 18G4, ho was pitted Grant, whom ho opposed stubbornly at tho Wilderness, Spottsyl-vnnl- a and Cold Harbor. Tho long siege of Petersburg and Richmond Compelled to ovacuato followed. Richmond April 2, 18C5, ho sought to affect a Junction with Johnston, but wns hemmed in by Grant's army and forced to surrender at Appomattox, April 9. Soon afterward ho became president of Washington college In Lexington, Vn (now Washington and Ieo University), nnd remained there until his death. H S: i u It 13 'i .4 i Mules for Sale. Sixty good work mules, from 3 to 8 years old, 15 to 16 hands high, in good flesh and hair; also a few good marcs; also a good Jack, 6 years old Wz hands high, also good saddlo stallion, 10 years old, all his colts show fine saddle qualities. The Jack breeds fine and large. Will take $500 for the two. Also four pure, large-bon- e Berkshire boar pigs, two months old, price $10 each. Will sell the above stock reasonable, for either cash or good note, payable next fall. Address J. F. A. S. L. DODDS CO., Hickman, Ky. What Can We Say than If you are not satisfied after using Sutherland's Kaglo Eyo Salvo wo will refund your money. 25c at all dealers. Moro - XiEAVJJ LAUNDRY T- - Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices J Scientists nro planning to bring rnln by electricity. The old plan of setting a date for a Sunday School picnic doesn't nlwnjs work in a dry season. 1 d FOR SALE: Two nico turkey gobblers; also 900 bushols burned oats at 52c until Feb. 1st. Mrs. W. D. Mc Gchco, Route 4, Hickman. lj p tj tj p p tj) p t) A Romance of Progress. Martin Luther. The Wise Young Man Who puts a little In the bank every pay day always has money to buy what he wants or to go whers I e wants. Why not open an accoui t next pay day with THE PEOPLES DANK. You'll never have anythl 3 If you don't save something. (One of nix Tho lllokmnii fourlur. Intel-ratin- iirtU-l- loirt full wrlltou for to rendu) ETc!JafiaiSI35I3ai5EISf5iaEIS3(S15J3aiaE!2ia Congestive Chill Kills. Prico Herman Hickman, ago 22, residing on Sassafras Uldgo, succumb, cd to n congestlvo chill Sunday morning. He had only boon 111 since Friday. Deceased was a son of Wm. 1. Hickman and followed farming for a livelihood. Ho was born at Moscow, and was never married. The remains wero interred at Brownsville, Monday, after, brief funeral services. A Medicine Change in Price. An old letter written In May. 1' I i. by a Doono county farmer, gives a few prices of current commodities whloh will , probably interest our renders: "Corn Is now selling at 26c a bushel; wheat 6O0 a bushel; bnoon 254c a. pound; plenty of deer, turkeys, badgers and Indians. " Deer and turkeys were so cheap thnt he did not roga'rd them as worth quoting. (Nelthor was there any quotation on Indians). It will be noted that there has been cousklrrt-bladvance In the price of baron sinco thoso good old day. e Dr. Bell's has been eold for sixteen years, and sales Millions of Bottles have increased every year. So 'you of Dr. Doll's used anrun no risk. Wo guarantee it. All nually Is good evidence that It Is a dealers. good remedy for LaGrlppe. cousin, colds and all throat and brontulal troubles. Look for tho Boll on tho SCHMIDT the TAILOR. bottle .Sold everywhere. y That lives ten years must have morlL Two men were riding through a Germnn forest One of thorn was John Totxol. a monk, who had been sent by Popo Leo X to peddlo "Indulgences" tli rough Germany. Tho othor was a stranger Tetze) had met on tho road n few hours before Tho monk was explaining to htm hnw to pay for rebuilding St Peter's cathedral In Homo tho pope was selling at graded rates tickets or parchments which nlT solved tho purchaser from guilt for his various sins. Those parchments woro known as "Indulgences." "I wish to commit n robbery," observed the strangor. "Will you sell me an Indulgence, and for what. price?" Tho sale was quickly mndo. At Its conclusion tho stranger proceeded to overpower Tetzel and rob him of overy valuable ho possessed. Then ho rodo away safe and hippy In the knowledge that his sin a as forgiven in advance. This Incldont raised a lai'gh nil over Germany, nut two men did not laugh. One was Tetzel and tho other was a young pennant who had been educated for a lawyer and who, to the disgust of his family, had become n prIosL was This peasant-pries- t Martin Luther, father of freedom of thought and foundor of tho Reformation. Religion had during tho fifteenth century becorao far degraded from the puro principles of tho Catholic church of and from tho original Eczema, Ringworm, "o'y Precepts of Ide of Flood T th(U church Th0 Tettor, chopped hands or lips. boll, Corruption. 0vlls chronicled In sores and nil skin diseases are quickthis article havo no reference to true ly cured by tho uso of Dr. Hell's Catholicism, but to its abuses by unSalve 25c a box nt nil dealers scrupulous men in tho Dark Ages. creamy snow whito olntmmt Luther, shortly before tfct nffnlr of to-da- y foar-lessldlscour-ngomentto-dac Yet tho accused man's friends, knowing how uncertain wns tho promlso of n sovereign, urged him not to put his head In tho lion's mouth by obeying tho commnnd. Luthor replied- "Even mnny devils in If thero were on Worms ns thero nro chimneys on tho houses I would go!" Fearlessly ho conAnd he wont. fronted tho terrible emperor, hurling doflanco nt him, expounding his doctrines nnd refusing to retract His Enters the Lion's friends hurried him awny Just In Mouth. tlmo to escnpo tho Imperial wrath and forced him to stay In hiding for n year. Ho spent his retirement In beginning n translation of tho Bible into German, so that oven tho poorest might rend it. Ills is tho nibl In uso Tho emperor proIn Germany claimed him an outlaw threatening dlro penalties to all who should bofrlend y him. Nevertheless, Luthor went nbroad nnd preached throughout Germany denouncing corruption nnd begging mon to lead better lives. 80 deeply had tho common people nnd mnny of the nobles becomo to tho reformer that even tho emperor dnred not molest him. But his Inter years wero embittered by religious quarrels among his own s followers nnd by perils and of every kind In 1616, nt tho ngc of C3, ho died, soon nfter writing to n friend tho ensuing letter which showed how thoroughly ho hnd paid tho price of misery which la the lot of nil progress-makers"I nm old. worn out. weary My spirit is broken I nm blind of ono cyo. I long for n little rest nnd qulot Yot ns much work rcmnlns to be dono ns over I nm so wenry of the world and tho world Is so wonry of mo that tho parting will bo ns easy as that of a truest leaving an Inn." - Does It Pay? Hid ma Trentlul, who drnu nry of II.MJO a week In N. ,, grand iKrn. Kent Into tin , that city, unknown to tin uihI stunt a whole day and i etdved It. 1(1. Which er of advertising. When sin the MUuje. Aft advertised by it , impei-Hahe draws large emw.i ly, b well as n mil nry of I HnneraldiHl on tho Hint's Kiwe el'y. she guts a plufij for a whole day's work think It pay to advert!.The formal nHiinunreiiiHiii A Norman, of .Mnyflehl. as date for the Statu Beiintc i sent the counties of (Jrnti-and Hickman was mndo lat 1 lie JUDGE WISE. Business Philosopher. "Some bad tongues are caused by sour stomachs, some by bad bargains, cays the Judge. Steer clear of the latter by patronizing tho Hickman Drug Co. for anything In tho drug line. Prescriptions a specialty. 1 - 1 s Found At Last. "There Progressive Ctiizens, la fact everyone thoso days, s :W la a man who never drink. telephone u Nor smokce. nor Iipws, nor swears to save tlmo nnd tho tho greatest timesavcr thnt has et r Who never Ksmbtee, flirt. been Invented. It Is Instantar.c s. Ami shuns nil sinful snares You can send nnd recetvo your l He's paralysed. sngo at tho same tlmo. It brings C "There Is fi hmh Owl never doe tant cities and town within j .t A thlHg Umt Is not rtant; reach almost Instantly, It con- U Ills wife can tell Just wkere he Is you locally with everyone of At meriting, rooh and nlghi If you havo not a telrp..:) He's rtssd." of the Cumberland Telephone & T Company, call our manager t. No. 100 Will sell on easy terras mediately for rates and Informal. 3 -j a nloe residence on Troy nve. If you uso the Boll servlco you Big lot, concrete walk, cistern, etc In U10 center of tho entire Bell Plncc can be had for flOO Ins than loin, connecting with over five c ovwht paid, which wns paid before Hon telephones and every Imporatxt improvement were made Good rea- city and town In the United Stn 1 Cumberland Telephone & Tclegr- sons tor selling Inquire at Courier ad Company, Incorporated. 1 office hvr - :t YOU TRIEJD LIGHTNING :e3ca."Vje. SELF-RISIN- G FLOUR Remember that it makes Biscuit and Cakes Without Baking Powder, Without Buttermilk or Soda or Salt and ihcy are JU8t as Usht and flaky as any you ever saw. In fact they are perfectly delicious, nnd it SAVES YOU $2.50 TO $5.00 ON EVERY BBL. OF FLOUR USED We will send you a sack to try and if you are not entirely satisfied ELLISON BBOTH Tho simple prayer of a newly chos en Now England college president, that "If I can Just keep from making an ass of myself," might well bo offered by every man who finds himself elevated to conspicuous position, educational, political, religious or What not. Totif i s, had gone on n pious plterlm-ng- e NIGHTS OF UNREST. Moving pictures Saturday night to Itomo What ho saw thr ro had Good Horses in Ky, horrified him and Bet him to thinking. Then came tho public sale of Indul- No Sleep, No Rest, No Peace for Percy Jones, proprietor of Jonos' gences. This wns the last straw. tho Sufferer from Kidney Trouble. The National Houno wns ent'Ttaln Cafe, and ono of tho moat hustling When TeUel camo to Wittenberg Luthor shocked and amazed the wholo ed for an hour and n hnlf Friday business men in Hickman, received world by nailing on the door of tho No penco for tho kldnoy sufferer with a discussion ns to the relative a combination piano nnd church whore tho monk was to preach Pain and distress from morn to merits of homos bred on the range orchestra last Friday, and has It In- a paper which declared tho following night . of Hie Northwest and on Hi stalled In his cafe. truths: bluegnss hills of Kentucky. lt.p..n Got up with a lamo back. That such Indulgences as Tetzel This wondorful combination of musl Twinges of baekacho bother you nil HUlte Martin, of South Dakota, and cal Instruments Is composed of a nl- - sold wero worse than useless; that day. Keprtumntnitvw Maudell of Wyoming, God nlono can forgive sin and no morano, violin, fluto mandolin and trap tal power to peddlo dlvino Dull aching bronks your rest at supported has tho the ranae hers, whii.'. drums, and rendors as charming mus- pardon; that truo repentance nlono night, ItepresentntlveB Helm nnd Stanlv. of as any orchestra. Such instru- can wash away guilt; that Indulgences ic Urinary disorders add to your oi Kentucky, paid oxnlted trlbuto to ments can scarcely bo found outsldo were money-mnkinschemes, and that . me products of their state. no one can buy his way Into tho kingof tho larger cities, and It Lakes a Got nt tho cause euro tho kidneys. The discussion ontue up "Ver nn dom of heaven. man with Just about Percy's push Doan'B Kidney Pills will work tho Item in the army Huropo was aghast nt such now, appropriation bill and nerve to Invest $1,400 in Buch strango V, omen mifTprlnir theories. Tho plnln peoplo cure. from nny form of providing tor a trninliig Htntlon for a proposition In a town of loss than road them and beenn to think fnr Illness are Invited to iiroiuptly Thoy'ro for tho kldnoys only horses In Virginia. 20,000 people. thcmsolvcs. Whon onco n Peoplo be Havo inado groat cures In Hlckmnn Mr. .Mondel I tuk the ground Tho mechanism of this mechanical gin to think. Tyranny's course is run. that Mass. AH letters are recel vitl, niwnnl. J. It. Weathorly. Third nm! !vv the army neoded horses that were rend and answered liy women. A wo orchestra Is driven by electricity, and Tho nobles, too, espoused tbo peasman can freely talk a nickel In tho slot starts tho music. ant's toachlngs and woro eager to streets., Hickman, Ky Baya; "For trained in rarlfled air and n ilrv ri,. of her prlvnto hoar moro of them, nut the e'ergy somo time I was afflicted wlLh a most mate, thu former Klvlng great Percy Is certainly putting on metro to ii xvoinnn; limit wero furious: Luther was charged annoying caso of kldnoy thus Ii.ir Ik en politan airs. comnlnliit. power and the Utter tending to hard with heresy and ordorod to roport at Tho kidney this secretions woro fnr too en tuu hoor. onco In person to the pope Ho reliotwoon frequent In passago and I had to got .Mr. Stnuloy did not take nny fused nnd continued to preach his beAirs. I'lukliam nnd stock He Never Got His Money the wo in on of. liefs. Ho declared thn lllblo should up somo nights as ofton as seven 111 tho benefits of rnrlfled nlr nnd America which has back. Sutherland's Euglo Eyo Salvo bo froo to nil men to read nnd inter- times. In tho morning 1 full tlr! great lung powor. neve r (Mirra! hfft nviti mwl lin illil tint unnt pret ns thoy chose, nnd that Its pre nnd llttlo like doing lirokeu. tho dnvs work. X' "A horse," he shouted nmld a gnlj H It. Painless and harmless. 25c at all cepts should not be doled out to them, .,,.,,!- H.IM Kilt) ....i. lllI tried nny numbor of romodle and of laughtur, "doesn't run on Itingi. dealers. Tho controversy waxed hotly, Luth- doctored, but to no without tho written consent or tho avail. Finally A statesman can. A cood luiraii iw.mU er ever gnlnlng new ndhorents At Moan's Kldnoy writer, anil timer 1ms the Commny Pills came to my not- something beside last. In 1520, tho popo excommunicated ice a cnpdclty to blow. nlloued these cnmifiitlttl letters to Hero Is a simple remedy for small- him and getting a supply at Holm & wny, hlB books publicly and sir, you might as well think r pel out of their immwoshIoii, ns tho pox: "Ono grain sulphate of zinc, burned. ordered .uiulredH of tliiiiimiiils of (hum In Luther retorted by burning Ellison's Drug Store, I bogan taking sending n delegation from Hio Garono grain of foxglovo sometimes tho writ of excommunication. Mean- thorn. Tho contents of thrco boxos tlioirlilus will attest. den of Kdfin to the north ik1i. or h called digitalis mix with two tea- - time nil Germany was rent asunder of this romody restored my kldnoys troop of nngels from tho pearly which Mrs. spoonfuls of water; when thoroughly over tho quarrel, nnd tho emperor, to a normal condition nnd Imnrovixi J'luklmm has to draw streets of paradise to tho d ftp tint of Charles V., thought best to interfere. my health." U,iU.1 lK)88l'lo Umt slid 'V.11!0 mixed add four ouncos water Tako i, as wry knowkilKii iintlnl lieu ns to suggest that a limn should a teaspoonful every hour for twelve Ho summonded Luthor to appear beFor salo by all doalors. Prico Me. leave Kentucky looking for n good in our case. Mu- nskH iiotlilnir in ro-fore him at tho city of Worms In the .... i i ...iii ulril oxenm. vnnihours." Fostcr-Mllburpresence of tho diet (council) to Co., Duffnlo, N. V., horse." '. mlvlco has' lielned t '."" "i"i "lin net iohhjiiiiIs. charges of heresy. Knowing boIo agents for tho United States. nilV WOln.tll rlnl. nr. - 'i....?n i1' V niiouui IK) many ndheronts Luther had. tho Blail to Uiko' ndvantngoI"""'t this gener- HnnrOlllrn. Imllfrnuttnn n. fllatroaa how of tho namo Doan's and emperor promised him a safo conduct. Dp. Dell's Antiseptic of tho stomach Is Instantly rroliovcd 8alve tnko no other. by HEKUINE. It forces tho badly Ifl COfxl fnr nnvttilnrf f- - i.,i.ui. Medicine Co., Lynn, iiaBS, digested food out of tho body and aalvo Ifl indicated such at pimples, restores tnnn 111 ffin ufntnnnli nnil !iu Kvcry woman ought to linvo I .?:..- - Is substantially what IlackheaiB. snnfl rlmnu nlrtr... .. els. Price COc. Sold by Hickman Phone 4 VEGETABLES a friend of oura said tho othor day burn and nil skin affections. 2Cc nt Iirilla o l'liikliiiiii'H urug jo. Text Hook. It Is not n. Look for after his houso burned and ho had all dealers. Kcnornl dlstrlhuiloii, ns It Is loo no Insurance. FRUITS Z that way; seoNo ubo for you to talkoxponslvo. It Is froo nnd only a II. MUUHl It you want to purchase real Kennedy tho lnsurAsk for Omega Flour. Nono olilnlntiMu by mull. "Write for see M. D. Shaw, anco man. Bottorsworth & Prathcr. x It today. and get it and it wont cost you a cent. with it, we'll send A Mechanical Orchestra. self-playin- FREE gnt ADVICE Can't Work tired, discouraged and miserable, take Cardul, the woman's tonic. Cardui Is nronnrr-fnr the purpose of helping to regain their women strength and health. Not by doping with strong drugs, but by the gentle, tonic action, of pure vegetable herbs. d When you feel that you can hardly drag through your dally work, and are g TO WOMEN con-llili'li- KM ... 1 Take Tha Woman's Tonic N. Nicholson, Mo., writesf "Before I began to take Cardui, I was unable to do any work. I have taken 5 bottles and have improved very much. I can do the most of my housework now. "I can't say too much for Cardui, it has done so much for me." Your drufmlsr spIIr fTn- rqui. uei a ooiuc toaay. Mrs. of Shook, L li ..,-..- n nn-Bw- J I :'? li 80-iafr- (- -. 1 !r.J-.5Bi '"" T From tho Fulton County Capitol mAmmti0 Young Men... ; -.- 1 : : : ; ADVANCE SHOWING OF: New Spring Goods EMBROIDERIES, LACES WHITE GOODS GINGHAMS, PERCALES AND CALICOES We arc also showing New Spring Models in Thompson's Glove Fitting Corsets $1.00 to $5.00 BIG REDUCTION ON Ladies Suits, Misses and Ladies Wraps Baltzer & Dodds INCOIU'OIIATED D. G. Co. Big Day in Louisville, h. First Station In Ky, SurpriseJVerfding, Christopher Ledwldgo nnd Miss Emma Werner, two iopular young people of south of town, surprised Uielr many frlouds last Thursday by being quietly married nt tho Catholic church by Kather Guorln. Mrs. I.edwldRo Is the oldest (laugh-to- r of Chns. Werner nnd wife, and Is a young lndy of refinement, sensible mid nccompllshed. Mr. Ledwldgo Is one of tho. most progressive young fnmrore of tlio county, n hustler and a hard worker. ""Congratulations. On Monday night. Jjin. 23, Ilooni' Tho C. M. & O It. It. will mako IxmIri. No 1. I. O. O of lxwls-vll- l their first, nnd probably only Kenwill glvo nil Odd Fellows within tucky station bundles Hlckinnn, on T. mud of Uiulavillo one of tho great- A. Ledford'H fnnn C miles southwest est trwxtK thnt hna been Rlvon thlw Hlokmmi niul four mllos this aide of section for ninny yrara. On thnt night Uio first degree will 1m. kIvoii 100 candidates In the Armory nt Sixth ami Walnut. Merrick No. 1 1, of IxKlnpton. Ky., by ll ilefiroo tnm will tlo llu work. Thla team has gained ft n&llnnal reputation for good work In thin Hvury lodge In Kuntuoky hn Imhii Invited anil It lit uxpectcd Hint fully 4000 members will bo nrosont HHclnl arrangement have been nimbi with nil rnllroada. de-Riv- tlio state lino. (Iround hns boon Riven tho company for this purpose nnd they nro now grading n side track nloiiR with the mnln lino nt that point No minis has yut been mentioned for IteRU PRESBYTERIAN ClfUIlCH: services Sunday morning nnri Morning subjuot, "Religion thnt makes M'oplo religious." Evening subject. "A symbolic ixkmIIIuu of tho Sunday School limmin," n I niu delivering n series of thnwj lectures, tho purpose of which Ih to ojmhi up n symbolism which Primary Galled, prevails throughout thiwu seumliifily dry, stnlo historic records. There la n benefit to Im derived from thus records which far oxcoIIh tho more A primary has been called by tlio knowledge of tho historic fuels. W dlstrlet committee for May 27 to nom(1. Stockton, Minister. inate a Democratic cninllllnto for tho State Sennto from Oils district. Tho Lio Carter, n fonnur Kill Inn pollee-nm- committee coniKsed of E. II. WalkHliot mid probably fntnlly wound er, of Illokmnn, W. A. Krost, of inI ii mnn by tho nnmu of Itnlknm, In. Graves, nnd Mott Ayors, of Kulton Kulton Wodnosdny night. ArcordlnK, countleK. met nt Clinton yesterday. to roportH, Cnrtor was umlur tho ImMessrs. Wnlkur nnd Krost wore In pression thnt IiIh victim win n favor of a primary nnd Col. Ayors for mid Hint ho wns tryliiK to a convent Ion. Tho action of the comKi't him (Cnrtor) fijr bootlngRliiK. mittee will meet with tho approval of Krom whnt wo can hear this inomliiK a majority of the voters In tho distho caso Is similar to tlio Burton trict as the fairest mid best method murder which occurred In Kultou Inst to nominate a cnndlilnto. Sam Nor-mnyonr. Tho Injured mnn claimed of Mayflold, Is the only Wnsh., an his homo, mid thnt candidate but It Is probable bin fnthor was n wcnlthy, lumbor deniUnit Mr. Krost will Rot In the raco. er of Hint city. lr lac-tur- tills now station. Work Is progressing nicely on tho road at present. Kour miles of tho road btil In Kulton county Is now rundy for tho lnyliiR of steol. All steel has boon laid between tho stnto lino nnd Tlptonvlllu; In fnct n pass-oiiRtrain coiiiob up ovury day as far as tho state lino, ami it will only Im a few days nt most until It will bit seen In this county. Matters pertaining to rlRlit of wny Imvo been prartlonlly settled, nnd with Rood weather, tho road bod will bo complete from Tlptonvlllo to Hickman In thrco weeks. Assignee's Notice. All porsonn indebted to tho J. A. Co., numbers & Tinners, Cotton Incorporated, are notified to call on y will file the same proven ns saving .costs of suit. Persons holding clnlms against snld party wiffe file the same proven ns required by law within thirty days or same will bo barred, as ngnlnst sold assigned estate. It. S. MURRELL, Assignee of J. A. Cotton & Co., Incorporated. ro-b- .Inn. mil, 1911. n, HogiHatta. Wnllor MYwru, iiro 2!), died nt his homo In MisHlmlppI mid vms liroiiRht to- Hlckmmi thin morning for burlnl. Ho wns n mil of Jan. Monro nnd wife Who formerly lived horo 'nnd 1ms two brothers In Uio uppor bottom Al nnd Chas. Mooro. Ho wns raised In this vicinity but left hero nlxttit four years uro. CoiiRcstlou wnn tho cause of his death. Alox Nnlfoh rpturncd Saturday from Moniphls. j I. 1 j Jnke Latin and Miss I.lzzio Hogg surprised their ninny friends Inst Thursday night by being quietly unit ed In mnrrlnge at the Catholic church In this city, the Hov. Knthor Cluorln officiating. Tlio groom in n prosperous young furuier residing six miles south of Illckmnn, nnd n fine young fellow. Ho Is n sou of Joo Uitta, nlso a well to do farmer. Mrs. Latta la a daughter of Joo Hogg, nnd Is a resident of tho Keel, foot Lako vicinity, nnd an estimable- Itov. C. Ii. I'rlce has resigned ns young lady. of tlio Episcopal Church at TJie Courier Jons! friends In exKulton nnd will go to Kloronco, Aln. tending congratulations. ,to become rector or u cnurcii in uuu city. Itov. Price was stationed nt Judgo K. S. Mooro orders tho CouHickman for many yonrs, and Is a besides being n splendid rier sent for ono year to Dr. n. A. fine fellow Royal. Villa Ridge. Ills.: Mrs. Ada preacher. PIrM liner stock of goods at Ollvor, Pulaska, Ills; 11. h. Royal, Tlio J. A. Ark: and ronews his own sub- Fulton was sold tinder tho hammer cott. Saturday nnd wns purchased by L. scrlption for ono year. Tho Judge la a man after our own heart. A. Jones of that city for $2025. roi-io- r - ' Tho Jnnuary term of Fulton Circuit Court convened nt hourt houso In ihls city Monday, with special Judgo ; W. M. Reed, of Paducah, presiding. ; : Most of tho first day wns taken up in : organizing and Retting tho grand Jury : : In running order. ; Tho gentlomen You are earnestly invited to call at H. E. Cur-lin- 's : ; composing this body nro: : ; and inspact the NEW SPRING WOOL8. h. Roystor. J. C. Harris. W. H. : Oreon, A. T. Ilynuin, A. E. ICIlle-bro: ENS which are now on display the tans, ; II. Q. Halo, (foroman), J. N. : ; Illnckman, M. I). Hardin, Ilurrus Ilrnft- greys, browns, fancy serges and patterns of : : field, Johtf "Slgmon, J. W. Wand. all kind. Wo have 200 large samples, so you : Tlio usual number of motions, etc., :came eforo tho court nnd were dis can have this great advantage of seeing just iposed of. Tho only case of Interest what your suit will look like before you order. acted on Monday was that of It. E. r Ice- of tho lower bottom, charged Hi Order your suit early for Easter delivery, or a r with using a deadly weapon In a . delivery that suits you. threatening manner, and breach of ; ; tho peace. On tho former charge he The very newest things for men and young : was fined $G0 and on tho latter $25. : men will be found at Curlin's. Tuesday morning tho court got : down to business and Judgo Rend : Is strictly business tho petit Jury : empaneled nnd tlio regular docket : taken up. : Davidson Hunt, for keeping a storo ; open on tho Sabbath, was fined $50 : and costs. : At the beginning of tlio session : como 15 or 20 witnesses wcro not : piesent ami tho court Issued bench : warrants for them, nnd stated thnt fines or Jail sentences, would bo on tho absentees. Henry Mnnnlng, nn old negro, age fiS, was tried for having carnal InJudgo D, T. Davis was In Fulton with gaming, wns fined $20. tercourse wltli ono VlrRlnla Urown, Seven Indictments, havo been re- on business Friday. nge 10 years. Ho was found not turned by tho grand Jury. J. M. Bell returned Monday from Rullty. Jns. Ammons, charged with reck- a short visit In Gardnes, Tenn. llert Wnllaco was Indicted for mur- less of firearms on a public R. S. Allison, of Tiptonvllle, was der in tho first degree by tlio grand (at Cnyco last November), hero this week attending court. Jury Tuesday afternoon. Tho Indict- wns not guilty. Evldonco showed ment wns brought In while a Jury that a number of young1 men at that Standard garden seed of every description at Bottcrsworth & Prather's. wns considering a charge against him place hade mado "It" up to glvo for carrying concealed deadly wea-Ion- s Walter Manees a scare, henco tho Watch for my spring and summer In May, 190G. Tlio Jury fined shooting. lino of woolens. Schmidt tho Tnllor. him $25 and ton dnys In Jail for tho "Budley," little con of Dr.C. W. It. E. Johnson plead guilty to malast offense. Tho murder case Is set licious shooting and Judgo Reed fin- Curlln, Is reported to havo pneumonfor today. It will bo remembered ed him $250. ia. that ho shot nnd killed Oscar DIrrs Lewis Craig, a negro, wns sentencRov. W. G. Stockton was out last at n dance In tho lower bottom Inst ed to 1G days at hard labor and finweek arranging somo dates for his Decombor. ed $50 for carrying concealed deadly now lecture. Tho caso of Tom Porter, chargol weapon. Mrs. Leila Perry, of Ravenden with klllhitf Jako Wright, was continSprings, Ark., Is hero this week atued until next term of court. Hugh Oliver Is hero from Memphis tending court. John Cook nnd Harry Goss, two W. C. Williams and Miss Eren tltts week on business. poorly clad, friendless, bugEsq. Futrell, tho marrying squlro Crutchficld, wcro married In a boys, charged with breaking Into tho gy at Fulton, Wednesday. storo of P. II. Weaks at Fulton last at Kulton, lias performed 994 marriagMiss Laura Brown spent Saturday November, woro brought from Jail to es In tho last ten years. night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. court, nnd plead guilty to tho charge. FOR SALE: Two nlco turkey gob The least penalty that could bo as- blers; also 900 bushels Burt oats at Jas. Maddox, at State Line. Miss Margaret Bransford returned sessed tho two truanU was two years 52c, until Feb. 1st. Mrs. W. B. to Union City yesterday after a visit in tho reform school nnd Judgo Reed Routo 4, Hickman, Ky. with Miss Myrtlo Walker and other When asked pronounced sentence. Mrs. Gardner Drlnkley, of near Hickman friends. by a Courier reporter as to their homos and parents, Cook said ho was Clinton, died Tuesday. She was tho An examination for county diploma from Now York and Oofw from Kan- daughter of Wm. Rlngo, deceased. will bo held at tho Court Houso on sas City, and that they wero Just J. C. Beloto, a Mayfleld concreto Friday and Saturday, Jan. 27 and 28. on a. "Dumminc" xnn in uiis buub. contractor who built tho first concret Dora M. Smith, Co. Supt. Iloth have parents but neither would walks In Hickman, died nt his homo AGENT WANTED: Tho West Ten allow tholr parents to bo notified of Friday, of 11 rig lit 'a disease, at tho nesseo Monument Co., Union City, tholr troubles. Tho boys say they ago of CC years. will mako liberal terms with cuerget- only took some wearing apparel from ic gent to asell marble. West Ten Tlio grocery storo of Chas. Moore, Woftks' store ft suit, shoes, Bhirts nessee Monument Co., Union City, ns thoy could put on nt tho tho popular grocery man "on tho Tonn. suoh 4tc time. Thoy have boon in Jail slnco hill," was broken into ono night last Ernest Dunn, who has been very week. Ho only missed threo sacks low last fall. of pneumonia. Is reported as Improving. Ho la a eon of Clay Dunn, Tho petit Jurors aro as follows: of flour and $1.05 In cash. W. W. Jruett, It. E. Pickering, W. A. Tlio child of Claudo Ham- - who was shot and killed near Dorena Hlnshaw, Chas. Noonon, Till Harri- by and wlfo died lost night after an In 190G, and works on tho Hickman son, D. D. Davis, C. C. Ilondurant, iUncse of several weeks. Tho body ferry. C. J. Monees, P. II. IJrowder, W. C. will be burled in tlio City Cemetery. LOST: In Hickman Thursday night Spoor, Davo Nugent, J. H. Newhouso, Tho Courier extends sympathy to tlio a gold watch, engino turned case, W. P. Curlln, J. M. Roper, D. D. boreaved parents. Waltham movement,, with Elk's tooth Ijawronce, Joe Rnllard, L. V. DarkFather Guerln, who has had charge fob attached. Finder return to mo er, J. M. Joiiob, J. II. Davie, J. J. of tlio Catholic church In this city of tho Courier office. Goalder JohnWiley, J. Li. Ducklnghnm, T. A. slnco August, 1907, has been trans son. E. M. Sansom,' Matt John- ferred to Louisville, and will leavo In Mott Ayors mado n formal apology son. II. C. Matson nnd J. E. Swift n fow days to tako up tho duties of to Rov. Dodd, of Paducah, for allegwcro oxcused. his now charge. Mr. Guorln has a ed slandering of tlio laUer's characTho J. F. & S. L. Dodds Co. was host of frlonds In this vicinity who ter, and thereby tho damage suit given a verdict for $188 against tho will bo sorry to hear of his change. tho Fulton Leader has been N. C. & SL L. Railroad Co. for causwithdrawn. Tho trouble enmo up All that smoko, feathers and fuss ing tho denth of a maro bythelr during tho local option fight In FulIn Southern Heights Saturday mornTho same verdict allowing ton last summer. ing was no carthquako at all; It was tho railroad company $7 freight for Oscar Fowlkes, Jr., son of Oscar morely Fred Case's chlronomy ano transporting tho car from Hickman nouncing Fowikes, of Oakton, met with a the arrival of a fine boy at to Dodds switch. Thla case, although mishap ono dny last week at Official figures glvo tho Involving a small nmount, occupied his home. young man's weight at 8j pounds. Fred Scott's saw mill, near Hnllowell. tho courU tlmo most of Wednesday. whero tho young man was employed. Mother nnd babo aro doliiR nicely and He stumbled and fell against a saw, In the caso of Stove Stahr vs. Val It Is thought Fred will recover. Carpenter, Uio former was allowed nnd his right hand was cut off back Tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. II. N. of tho thumb. Lator the surgeons $75 with C per cent Intorest for four yoara as bnlanco on rent an n 370- - Cowglll was tho scono of a delight-fu- l amputated tho Injured member near nffalr Tuesday afternoon when the wrist. acre farm rented to Mr. Carpenter in nnd Myrtle 1H0C. Tlio rent contract called for Misses Annlo CowrIII At tho Methodist Church, tho fol$4 an ncre, nnd provided thnt Stahr Walkor entertained at tea in honor lowing programme for services may of MIsb MarRaret nransford, of Un- always be expected, unless somo speshould koop tho fences In good tho fencen ion City. Misses CowrIII nnd Wnlkor cial chnngo bo announced: Carpenter claims Prayer wero not kept up and that his crop wero assisted In receiving by Miss mooting at 7 o'clock Wednesday evwns damaged on nn nvornRo of $2 Hransford. Mrs, Cowgill and Miss ening; on Sunday, Suhdny School nt pur ncro by stock, nnd- refused to decorated In carnations and ferns, a 9:45 n. in., at 11 a. m nnd 7 p. in., settle until tho damages could bo ad- Rogers. Tlio house, was beautifully preaching by the pnator, Rov.G. W. justed. Hence the suit for $GS4. It whUo and green 'motif being used Wilson. All church members are re Mrs. Allison Tyler served quested to bo ns regular hi attendalso developed that Carponter put 500 bushels of corn In Stahr's tea In tho dining room. ance as possible, others aro cordially barn and tills was to bo npplled to A Courier man visited thp cotton Invited. rent. A negro renting tho place noxt gins Sntunlay morning nnd was surTlio Hickman Lumber & Pinning year used tho corn. Stahr says It prised to seo a dozen or more wng- - Mill Co.. of this cltv. has cold Its was Carpontor's corn and his loss, oiis loaded with cotton lined up wait city ynrd nnd business nnd tlio plan and Carpenter claimed the corn was ing their turn to unload. It remind ing mill In East Hickman to C T. received and accepted by Stahr., tho ed us of tlio fnll season. Iloth gina Moss & Co., of Union City, and the Jury reducing tho amount duo tho wero running to their full capacity now firm la now In chnrgo of the plaintiff to $7G. and wns not taking caro of all the business. Tho new firm Is the ownPorter Dockcry, of Fulton, plead fleecy staple then. Over 200 loads er of two ynrds In Union City and n guilty nnd wns fined $25 and costs wero received during the week, at number of other yards In West Ten an averago prlco of $4.25. Consider- nessee. T. M. Reynolils of tlio it nn for recklesB uso of firearms. negro who has boon able corn Is also coming In. Tho will probably bo in cliargo of tho "Humboldt," Hickman business. in Jail horo for somo tlmo charged prlco of corn Saturday was 43c. - i ? r. --? n i : i r ' ! H. E. Curlin ;1 , if,: .I THE QUALITY STORE Im-poi- M1MMM high-highw- n is tf S 11 o, ! t' " r' Tl '4 4 1 n, o. ter-ribl- re-iw- - i t u w 4 1 l r A i ''' Buy Dress Goods While They're Cheap One lot dress goods, worth 40c a yard, to close at 20c mohair, regular 60c goods Plaid 42c One lot solid colormohair, 36 to 38 inches wide, worth 70c 42c One lot remnants in wool dress goods, 2 to 5 yards Igth. at Jtf to & off. Beautiful Silks at Very Low Prices black silk, an excellent value. yd. fancyilk at fancy silk at corded silk in all colors, a bargain at 60c and 50c China silks, your choice at 1.50 1.25 1.10 1.00 1.29 80c 85c 75c 42c Ladies and Childrens Underwear Underpriced Ladies vests and pants, 35c values, offered at 25c Ladies 50c and 60c'vcsts and pants and union suits at 45c Ladies .25 and .00 union suits and 85c vests and pants at- Ladies 1.5o union suits at 1.25 Childrens vests, pants and union suits 35c, at 25c Misses 60c to 75c union suits at 50c 1 1 Sweater Coats, Scarfs, etc., Reduced Ladies 1. 00 sweater coats at " " " 1.50 - 2.50 " " 3.00 Ladies 60c knit scarfs at " " 75c " " 1.50 " l.OOscarfsat " 1.50 " Childrens 60c toques at .- - ...2.2B 48c -- L.1.75 75c 1.15 ' 1.15 75c 1.15 45c Sensational Reductions on all Ladies and Childrens Suits, Coats, Skirts, Waists, etc. We are'going to sell every Tailored Suit, Cloak and Skirt in the store at prices never equalled in this town before. Commencino; NEXT SATURD weeks, until SATU ONE OF THE MOST IMPORT'Af Our entire stock included,NOTHING portunity to buy RESERVED. up-to-da- te You never before had an opgoods so cheap. 20.00 and 22.50 suits 18.50 Tailored Suits " 13.50 12.50 15.00 12.00 jtfi''31 tErfm9F A ,tvr fc 10.00 Jan. Clea WHICH WE CO . 8.50 These sales have become so well known throughout this sfl great annual event. This announcement is the signal for this part of the country. We have just finished going throil Winter goods in our store, and youll find the most extraordi never to carry goods over from one season to the other and tempted to make your purchases for months to come. Doi regret it. Make your dollars do double duty by purchasing! the bargains on this page but you will find hundreds of othJ Ladies Coats One One One One lot lot lot lot 18.50 to 22.50 coats, choice 15.00 coats at 12.50 coats at 12.50 rain coats 10.00 7.50 7.00 7.50 Misses and Childrens Coats && ,, '!!h' Misses 7.00 and 6.00 coats and capes at " " Misses 5.00 and 4.50 Childrens 4.00 and 3.50 Bearskin Coats at " 3.00and2.75 " 5.00 and 4.50 4.50 3.50 2.50 2.00 3.50 E.iR,:rra Men's Suits and Ove & come SKIRTS One lot ladies skirts, worth 3.00 to 5.00, choice One lot ladies skirts, worth 3.50 to 6.00, choice One lot ladies skirts, worth 4.00 to 8.00, choice This is the sale you men have been waiting for. You have to select. Any reduction at all on such high grade clothes i 1.88 2.50 3.00 Marx suits, no better clothing made, regular $20.00 to $25.00 values, choice Mens and young mens suits, worth from $16.50 to $18.50, all new goods, reduced to 12.50 Mens and young mens suits, worth from $12.50 to $1 5.00, in worsteds and cassimeres, IO. reduced to Mens suits, all this years goods, worth Q Hart Schaffner lO.O FURS Fur Scarf, worth Fur Scarf, worth Fur Scarf, worth Fur Scarf, worth Fur Scarf, worth Fur Scarf, worth 8.00, at 6.00, at 5.00, at 4.00, at 2.00, at 1.50, "j -- . 1 JLOO : - J3.00 2.50 12.00 . 1.00 75c 8. '1 at ! Don't Overlook the Bargains in Woirfens Shoes. 0 V Am M E. P. Reed's 4.00 shoesi new styles, at " 'V 3.50 3.00 " ' " . E. P. Reed's shoes, broken lots, worth 3.5o and 4.oo at E. P. Reed's shoes, broken lots, worth 3.oo, at 3.50 3.15 2.65 2.98 2.48 $10.00 to $12.50, reduced to O.5O Odds and ends in mens suits, moslly small sizes, to close at MENS AND BOYS HATS 5.00 i rvpjillta Hi"v Ladies shoes, worth 2.50, at " M 1.75 1.50 1.25 1.00 2.00 1.50 V 73 Odds and ends ladies shoes, from 1,25 to 1.75, choice 20 j, Off. Smith 6 1 . Hijfp- - i 'I i Blankets and at Reduced Prices 11-- 4 Comforts Go in This Sale 4.50 3.00 2.10 1.15 95c 60c 45c 1.65 1.50 1.10 i "i 11-- 4 11-- 4 all wool blankets worth 5.50 reduced to wool mixed blankets worth 3.50 at wool mixed blankets worth 2.50 at 1.50 cotton blankets at 1.25 cotton blankets at 75c cotton blankets at 60c cotton blankets at !' 1 2.00 1.50 1.35 large size comforts large size comforts at and 1.25 good grade comfort nisiis OaiC Ul iYllllllld i ou .Mi 11 ei i V . . &ffk .: J i ' jtm& a l Y. . . .1 i MST.teSfflK oe astoundedi at tne numerous &;&&gi?; VIA l--N wnnrlrfnl IVfll' vn AAVW trrm iipo !& V V 11 II AXAAtL N. hnrJ in Ill rtiiyff LIU1 7- t .k.V the 21st, and continuing two Y, uur entire iviiinnery department. stock of every description is offered at r - r&e y "VNffM'f &j WKa FEBRUARY 14th - 12 Price &. -- . 'ii 'tff, .--' r- ,r . T" - tTURES OF THIS STORE IS THE xf ci i f f T f nee Sale EACH YEAR Remarkable Reductions On All Men's Furnishings Mens Sweater Coats worth 3.00 Reduced " 2.00 " " 1.25 " " Mens Wool Top Shirts " 2.50 " " " " 2.00 " " 1.25 " " Jersey " " 75c Mens Underwear worth 50 and 60c " " " " " 75c " " " " 1.25 " 1.50 " " Union suits " 2.00 " Mens Fancy Vests " 3.50 M " " " " 3.00 " " 2.50 Mens Blue and Fancy shirts worth 60c " 1.50 " Fancy Shirts " Nens Heavy socks 25c " to " " " " " " the country that our friends eagerly await the date of this est January Clearing Sale ever attempted by any concern in ntire stock and placed a reduced priced on every article of rgains we ever offered. It is the policy of our business IJnarked these goods at such attractive prices that you'll be ilything keep you from attending this sale or you will surely quirements during this sale. We have enumerated some of flns in our store. 2.00 1.50 2.25 1.50 85c 85c 60c 45c 55c 85c ".. " " " 1.15 1.65 2.25 2.50 i JOME OFTEN ats at Big Reductions 1 1.65 45c 98c 21c 9c 1, wH i.-- 15c Boys Clothing A big stock of stylish and attracting suits at startling price reductions. v 'i p eltest stock of ready to wear clothing in Hickman from which ilorthy, but these radical reduction are little short of sensational y i. : Hart Schaffner & Marx overcoats, all hand tailored and good as new, regular $20 to $22.50 16.50 coats, at Mens and young mens overcoats, plain and fancy materials, all new, and worth from $ 6.50 3-- 5 to $18.50. reduced to 1 8.00 and 7.50 suits at 6.00 and 5.00 suits at 5.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 suits at suits at 2.75 2.50 at just off Boys straight pant suits good value Boys overcoats in black and fancies, extra good values your choice at Children's oversoats in plain and fancy, at DESIGNED nV J off if' 'b Mens overcoats in black and fancy materials, worth from 12.50 to 15.00 reduced to j 1-- 5 off off Boys Knickerbocker Pants fc IO5 H. A. SEINSHEIMER CINCINNATI CO Mens overcoats worth from 0.00 to 2.50 1 1 reduced to ..'. !. it, 8.5O Mens Shoes 7 25 ' J gjj Florsheim Shoes, strictly a high grade 5.oo shoe, at Crossett Shoes, regular 4,oo and 4.5o value, at MENS PANTS Mens Panto, worth 5.00 nnd 6.00, reduced to.. Mens Pants, worth 3.50 and 4.00, reduced to O -- QC I - O AC " Me"8 P"18' orll 2'50 and 8.00, reduced to Odds and ends in Pants, worth from $2 to 3.50.. 4.25 3.50 3.25 3.00 1-- 5 1-- 5 Abbot 3:5o Shoes at Mens "Stronger-Than-The-La- 3.5o Shoe, at mberg MENS AND BOYS GAPS Odds and ends in Mens Shoes Odds and ends in Boys Shoes off off, ft Sk (ill 20 Off. ( 1 r' 1.1 1 , h$ arei Pittsburgh Coal x Heard On the Streets Phone 48. today and to- Garrigan. Ezra Cox, who hns been ery sick with measles. Is somo better Chas. Isboll nnd family spent Hun day with C. M. Wheeler and wife Miss Mabel Jr.ckson. of Crystal, visited Miss Audrey Dowull last weok Ed Gray and family spent Monday at the homo or his father. Geo Gray Let me save you money J A. Gray and family were the guests of Gordon Isboll and wife Sunon your coal. day. J. II. Hargrolt nnd wife, of Obion, are visiting his daughter. Mrs. Chas. DOTH PHONES Roach. Miss Willie Ingram was tho guost Cnpt. Iee Campbell ha tend of her sister, Mrs. Arthur Hvnus, Inst week. his resignation as pilot or the M Thelberl Mnuplu ami family tailed Tug. nnd will shortly go to ( nt tho home or Churl It KubaoII Inst where he has gone lit the sand ' week. ness. he having purohnswl nn i Peter MoMullln, who has txiun uullo est with llnllldny In what Is k sick for somo tlmo, U rtxirted intioh as tho Cnlro City Towing Co Cnmpbell will be pilot on the 'u bettor. Martin Duncan and family have lie used by the company This moved hero from Middle Tennesson pany will engage In doing a g. and will lire on the Ctivltt farm line or towing or nil kinds, but Cozxlo Douglas, who hns resided on largest business will lx In hai.j the Ifthell form for some time, mov- hand. Tho sand I delivered l. ed his family to Mnrlln last weak. ro by barge nod then dellvr B. 11 Prather, who resided oh the onrs fund wWi-lo different , Stone farm last year, hns returned or the country. lo his other farm on the lllokman nnd Troy road. Work on the concrete walls ar Ethel Douglas nnd wire, or Union the factories Is lxtlnK I City, hnv returned from a visit to kI right along and the wall a' her mother nt Rive. Twin., nml wilt the mill Is oxpected spend this week her with his fath- finished this week HxrntntlitK er, who Is wiry stak. been done nt tho stnt mill and I. forum are now being put In k Standi will flMsh their part t About Feb 1. I will haw miiI dirt work by WwlHesdny. Jan nt $5 to $7 IUat It If you run If weather renditions remain 1 Strictly hand tailored In my shop able Gus Moorv la wjK-rlnt- . Schmidt the Tailor the ronrrete work Ey. Lump Coal tw MM "" WEATHER: morrow. B. Shaw. Cnpt. Cloudy UEAli ESTATE for salo. Seo M. 4.50 Ton tao CnmptM'll was In Cairo on business last week, feii v ' Security For Your Live Stock of every kind, and for your fields of growing crops, h what you want, and what you have a ripht to expect, when you buy fence. A fence that a hull can break through or break down H not worth paying good money for. You want weight In the fence you buy, weight enough to turn the- heaviest rcrclicron or stop a devil wagon." Now, it is a fact and you should know it that, per running rod, you obtain the most weight in wire that is given in any fence, in the celebrated Mrs. Percy Jones hns been on the sick list for several days. A fine boy arrived nt tho homo of Curry Fluids Friday night. STEVE STAHR Another barue of Pittsburgh coal Mar- Jutt received. A. A. Farli. AMERICAN FENCE It Is made on purpose to be the heaviest, most durablo and lasting of any fence at any price It is raailo and sold In larger quantities than any other two fences in the world, solely on its merits The makers of AMERICAN FENCE own and operate their own Iron mines and furnaces, their own wire mills and six Immense fence factories. Their product is the acknowledged Robert Snddler waa here from tin sovoml days last week. Bid you ever htivo n fit, Schmidt, tho Tailor, can glvo you ono. Frank Dudley will play nt tho Lyric the weok beginning Jnn. 30lh. S. L. Dodds nnd Ed Townsond nro back from n buslnses trip to Missis-slppl. STANDARD OF THE WORLD We can show you this fence in our stock and explain its menu ana superiority, not only in the roll but in the eld. Conic and sec u: and get our prices. .Miss Myrtlo Bowers, of Xnshvlllo. Is tho guest of her Blstor, Mrs. J. L. VfOU can buy this fence from us as cheap as you ever bought notwithstanding the high prices of all farm products. For a short time only we are going to make some special prices for cash. YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE MONEY. it, Ainbonr. Our 25c coffco la equal to any you ever bought at 35 to 40c Bolters-wort- h & Prather. Mcl vHr Havo Schmidt tho Tailor to do your cleaning mid pressing. Satisfaction guaranteed. Joo Cnntillon nnd wlfo returned Monday from n.two weeks stay nt tho club houso on Reulfoot Lnko. Mr. nnd Mm. Kufua Whoelor havo returned to their homo In Cnruthors-vlllo-, after a visit with relatives horo A St. Louis Judge has ruled that a chicken is not a nuisance. It certainly isn't, provided It Is well done. i Hickman Hardware Co. INCORPORTEAD Working Near Town. Tho matter of across tho farm of Steve Stahr stopped tho work on tho C, M. & G. railroad a few days, but operations have again been resumed on tho strength of a decision In favor of tho railroad In Judgo Naylor's court last Monday. Judgo B. T. Davis, reprosontlng thq railroad company, has hopes of oven reducing Uio amount of damage allowed by tho Jury last wook, and will tako tho matter beforo tho circuit court. Bondurant & Mosby, tho contractors, havo moved tholr construction crow and outfit up to Beech Grovo, and are now wltiiln 1 miles of this city. It will take only a short time now for them to complete tholr work, ami about tho next thing wo know tho new road will bo In oporatlon. right-of-way Deeds Signed Dp. Tho Jackson, Tonn., syndicate which has held an option for sovoral weeks on a numbor of farms east of town, purchased two of thorn yesterday tho D. B. Wilson farm of 111 aeros and Joe Johnson's placo of 00 acrvs. Thoso gontlomon received $140 an aero, tho highest figure that has over been paid for farm land in this section. o W. L. Brown, representing tho nnd who made yestorday's deal has had surveyors here this weok running linos on these farms preparatory to cutting them up In small tracts, or Btnall farms of flvo acres each. It Is our understanding that they will bo used for truck farming. If true. It will bo a groat thing for Hickman. syn-dlcat- Bad Negroes. Ed and Al Wiley, two bad ncgroos of Bast Hickman, started a rough house at negro supper In tholr section of town about 11 o'clock Satur- Mrs. Guy Robblns nnd children returned to Mnyflold Monday after a visit with hur mother, Mrs. M f Electric nparntus of all kinds XJjjBp2"BYwy ami mado good as now. electric light wiring n specialty. George day night, and the nffalr camo'noor Woatherly. ltp ending with cropo nnd funeral Mrs. Allen Henry nnd little daughAfter tho Willoys mastered tho sit- ter returned to Now Mail rid Friday uation nt tho hall whoro tho supper morning after a visit of three weeks was boing hold, they started homo to E. E. Reeves and family. after tholr artillery. Othor nogroes nrc becoming more popular every tiny. Carl Tally, or Trenton, Twin., has telephoned down for officers nnd Bun nocopted a position with the Mengel Hackott rosponded to tho call Ho Box Co.. filllng(tho vacancy made by THIS STORE wont on by tho hall towards tho neg' When ho tho resignation of Robt. Bellow. roes' homo nnd mot thorn. CARRIES IN STOCK told thorn thoy woro under arrest, Wo respectfully ask thono gentle ono of negroes pointed a shotgun In men who objected to n State prilarge assortments of their popular patterns, nnd nny Hackott's faco, nnd ho reached tho mary If It can possibly bo any r conclusion that he mado n mistake. tho Music Hall conventhan pattern not in stock enn be obtained in nbout three In tho menntlmo, Sid Hatnby. learned tion of 1S0D? days. Come nnd get your copy of tho trouble and started In quest Jag. McConnell nnd wife were hero of the dlsturbors of tho peaco. AfJan. 15. Hon. J. C. Spolght, of ter thoy loft Hackott thoy returned several days last week visiting his NEW MONTHLY STYLE BOOK FREE Firo destroyed nn entire business Mayflcld, a promlnont nttorney and homo. Sid found thorn there nnd fathor, R. Y. McConnell, nnd family, noar town. Mr. McConnell Is an en block In Hardin, Calloway county. loading politician In Westorn Ken tho same gun wiw thrust undpr his The 1911 SPRING QUARTERLY STYLE BOOK Sunday night, tho total loss boitig tucky, is being mentioned for the nose, lib' was nlso a 44 Colts. Ho in- glnoor In Uio freight service of the estimated at from $10,000 to $16,000. Republican nomination for govornor formed thorn that ho had cotno after Southern Pacific. This Is his first is just out nnd enn be had for 5c, when purchased Tho total Insuranco was about $2,000. Ho has received lottors from friends them. With Uio two guns trained on visit hero In several years. with nny 15c pattern. Tho places burned woro: Postofflco, nil ovor the state, urging him to get on him, thuy both said "come and Quarterly meeting will be held SunLi. C. Starks' grocery, Hardin In tho raoo. Republicans In this sec- git us; como and git us." Hamby day and Monday, Fob. 12 nnd 13. nt plant, U. G. Mack's grocery, tion say all mombors of tho party Baw tho odds woro too great nnd ho tho Methodist Church, when the preJohnson's barber shop, loco's barber could unlto on him, but that thoy retreated, tolling Bub Lnngford. who siding elder, Rev. W. A. Freomnn. shop, Green & Ward's restaurant, could not on tho othor probablo can- went out with him, to go nnd got will preach Sunday evening, and hold Tim Miller's building, Faircloth's un- didates who havo boon mentioned. Chief Wright to come out nnd bring Quarterly Conference Monday evendertaking shop, IrvJn Hughes and a few pump guns. While Langford ing. Jones' furnlturo storo, L. Joffrlos Jow-dr- y Mr. Clark, of Madrid Bund, who was came to town, Hambly watched tho I storo and tho J. M. Starks build- in tho clothing business horo a part houso. In a short tlmo both negroes have just received a barge of ing. Tho firo originated from a gas- of last yonr, was lions a few days tho camo nnd started down tho street, Pittsburgh coal. It is next to Imposoline stovo In ho restaurant. past weok on business. thinking tho officer was gone. Ham-b- y sible to get 'Jils kind of coal just halted' them, nnd again thoy re- now, and If yoj want some of It, get Miss OIllo Threlkold, of Woodland, C. II. Newcomb, electrician of Louis turned to tho house. He tried to per- your order In at once. Remember Is tho guest of her brother, Harry ville, is horo this week on business Addams Here. suade them to surrendor without un cash only. A. A. Farls, phone 48 or News From Cayce. Thrclkcld, and family. with tho Mengel Box Co. necessary trouble. Again they said 185. "come and git us." Hamby continued Hon. Win Addams. or Cynthlnnn. Drs. P. n. Curlln and C. W. Curlln to parley with them, all tho while get havo formed Walter Kdmlstnn. of Bcoolm. Mi-Ia partnership nnd have Democratic, cnndldato lor governor, ting closer to the ono with tho shot visiting relative hero. rentod rooms ovor tho Hickman Drug or Kentucky, vns in Illckinnn Tuesgun. Tho opportune moment cfttno; Mr nnd Mrs Hnrry 8amoiw I. ' Co., which will bo fitted with tho lat- day mingling with the Democrats In ono negro went to tho door of tho est nparotus. Thoy will Tuesdny for Richmond. Ind.. wh. this county. havo a A NICE LINE OF houso to get somo shcllB nnd Hambly Ho Is a Democrat tried and true, a ihey will make their futuro home room, consultation and opermade a lunge for tho dospernto neg- ating rooms. Will Mllner. or Earl. Ark., visit gontlemnn or distinguished npponr-ancro and the shotgun, and unarmed him anil there nro quite n niiinbor relatives hero last week. Friday night, Jan. 13, n real boun- or succeeding at tho samo time In got-lin- g Miss Era Johnson visited relatlv Domocrntls In Fulton county who baby glrl'wTis born to his mnn between himself nnd tho cing would like to seo him In tho guberna- at Fulton this week. negro with tho big colts rovolvcr. tho wlfo of Brown Wlluy. This Is tho Misses Eunice Johnson nnd Tholn torial chair. The latter seeing hlmsolf covered largest baby horn In Illckninu In years Mayes made n flying trip to Mosco pistol surrendered. nnd Is the first of tho present yonr, with Hnmbly's Mendny. And woll thoy did. Marshall Wright although n half dozen of more boys A mob hroko Into the county Jail Guy and Sam Johnson were In had almost reached the houso with havo been ushered In. nt Sholhyvlllo, Ky., nt nn enrly hour Ion City and Pulton last .week. in Sunday morning, nnd succeeded In reinforcements nnd n young arsenal, Ward McClellnn Is nt homo ngal'. Thursday evonlng, quite n number lynching when lie met Hamby coming with three negroes conrined In Mrs. Mary Powltt and son, Ernes' of tho young nnd married folks en- tho Jnll, his prisoners. two or them charged with vWted rolatlves hero Sunday. joyed a danco nt tho Barry hall. An Both negroes wcru landed behind assault upon white women, nnd tho Mrs. Pat Hury, of Moscow, vlslti-unusually good bands was procured. THAT WE WILL tho bars without further trouble. othor sentenced to death for murder. Mrs. lllrdlo Powltt a few dnyw In' Thero's r.o dodging tho fact that wo Thoso present: Mr. nnd Mrs. C. P. Yeetordny thoro woro threatonlngs week. havo n bunch of officers that will go Shutnnto, Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Driver, of a raco riot nt Sholhyvlllo Ixicnusr Knrlliio Edmlston returned horn Kingman, Mrs. Boss after 'cm, nnd Sid Is ono of tho mon Mrs. Nannie of tho lynching, nnd Statu troops nro Sunday iiftor n two weeks visit with Boogher nnd C. B. Travis and thnt takes somo desperate chances. held In readlnoBs to go there, If iclatlvos near Fulton. Tho nogroes woro given a hearing Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank von Borrles, Mr. neoeded. Mrs. Osa Johnson wns the unost of An-nlbeforo Judgo Itemlcy and Al was fined nnd Mrs. Henry Sanger, Misses her daughter nunr Union City this Cowglll, Estollo Rcnenu, Louise $C.0O and costs for breach of peaco Jerry Malono, formorly of this city, week. III and $20.00 and costs for resisting of- Atwood, Nell Rogers, Mnrlo Brovard, Cocll Barnes, Virginia PrnUicr, Bettlo hut who hns been In business In Unficers. Ed waa fined $C nnd costs. DoBow, Frankyo Held, Ruth Ellison, ion City for tho past threo yenrs In I Edward Prather has nccopted a Messrs. C. M. Reynolds, Roht. tho firm of Hardy, Malono & Jones, position with II. E. Curlln for th C S. Hlnton, government engineer, II. E. Curlln, Guy Hale, Gus has sold tho business to Beckham, in who Ib looking after tho West Hick- Alexander, Hnrry Millet, Ferd Mad- - Murphy & Jones. Wo presume Jerry year 101 1, and cordlnlly Invites nil f his Mends to mnko this store y man levoe, was horo Saturday and dox, A. E. Owen, Otto Saunders, must havo mado conslderablo coin to their homo and to share a nnrt. of Sunday. bo retiring so enrly. Clark. their business with him. Ladies' Home Journal rot-teno- telo-phon- o Ellison's t TTTTtVTVTTTY C. R. s o Lap Robes and . Horse Blankets at a Bargain Close Out o Hickman Harness Co. i Do-no- Lo-ro- KTC?;3iwW .1 m 'i.rigT-Vitdta-s .".- - 4.- - St- - "Wt i HICKMAN A Progressive Hickman Enterprise. GROCERY CO. TSSSSBmRmsaiEBP Do Your Trading Here 3 ill JN&SSiE &' - ' ' and Save Money . .. k jZ, on your . Iffl-i t L " Groceries Meats, etc. Ill - iacnr i l Wk. f'i ' n vk ik i ! 5ifeTs 1 : . y 'feW-'t'.t' JL2f Memoriam. There cuunw to nil of mi Wi , dmth of a door nnd life Ion frieM He happlm-n- a ami fwlia of hyson ar Tlicao muMorfw hikI fwllmtK tramp prompt th writer to y a flaw wnrda ..f love ami rMtmrt tit hwnnht of r dear frlsml, Mm. KaU I who dtol at her how In Woodland -- Illk. Twm.. Dae 14, ltlt) Mm iWrry was bom at Ovs.atim.. Oui-County, Ky. March 1, 1S10. In hT girlhood Uv cam with her moth-- , r and slvpraUicr and family o o bum county, and bare, altar a rah ful. grnalous and hunoraufe M aiw w laid to ret. Hh wa bailed In Muum .ton oMWtaiy, ltv. J. It .'to wart, of lb. Pint CHrlaUau Uuro I tilou City, prwacfel a twawUful and f orvotul . . , wt.n vu a ?; .4.iiitlj of rt4ti i imI lot.t I i.4. Mra. Ilerry wua wariimt lltth. J $07. to Tho I). IWrr) H.r nu Tli.tt-weroaud U atwi a Keaiuckuui bora to Mr. awl Mra ix Uiilureu, only two of whom lUvd tu adull age, Kuie Kooi, a bvautilut uud bright sirl, dytag at itiv early ago of nJxtouu; CharU ttrue.1, a young man in the ery begtuuiiig. of of a auceasaful buatnmvs career, hand-noun- , a gonUwaaii, the pride atid Joy of bta utotbar'a ulruod) bleodlug heart, at tbu uo of 33 died undur the surgeon's kutfu. TogeUier they Jwp (tie lout; lep beneath the Stwu award of sacred old Mount oeuietury. O aweetly may Uioy alvu until rMurr9ctlon morn. Mra. Berry In Iier joung woman-hooand early married lifu tw a very buaulifut, buultby, modoat ami auualblo. In bur tuaturur yara ahu ruUtuvU htr bwiuty bar cood aunav uud Judmaul unwr tatllni; bur. SUr wiu a moat uiculluut bouai kecjiwr, luiunilly oconomlval, tboucltlful, In duilrioua, clean and thorougb, Umlv wai lul In bur work ull about I'Wdunic of wirk wull and Iboroueb Ij doutf. tSliu wua loyal and true to frlondu, very soclablu und chariubk Many llttlu ouoa will foraol Uiu kindly buari and diariuiblu band of Auut Kuto. Hlio bad a Umlur, lolm: and aymmUballc Uwirt. Affile lion und loria of bur cblldrun Uori liemlly on hor In latr yaara, )el ahu romaluud faltliful to duly ami frlunda. lly naturo and culture a Kttlu lady, n notlo cbriallan, a falUi wr und wan ful, uauful llfo to tb In ra. For aawral ytmra an lnnlid. In r good ouoar, bur wladom and good with hur, and wbcu hiT tuHH abldi-bour bad como to oroMt tbu Illvur of Ittiat abo guntly, calmly, wltbout fwir or pain, vaaaud over. Tbu rlngluU of bur very dnrk bntr, tbolr 8ben unaulllcd by the trlala nnd sorrowa of forty yunra of u buay llfu not n alhur tbrwid frlngliiK her flnu fair fondicd, still bunutlful In danth. the old Wo of tun think, will we fac8 aKalti, hear Uie old voloaa. We have nil nbldlng fnlUi that wuy. My rok1 frlund nnd true, farewell, hut, O Hcnvunly Father, let thla not A Neighbor. foruvormoro. WcxMllnml Mills, Doc. 31. urr, lc Friday night, thu Illckmnn Ico k Co iitit Into o)nitloii the now Mrmt IIrIiIh, know na the Tunitaten ireet llftlitliiK ayatem. and no town of eial hIm In the atote la better Healed. The 100 nw llghla are M candle powr inie 0 flgnlnet the old 16 rankle Mower, nnd In many reepeeU are etal to area. The mnoocetnent of thU ooiHiiany la alone retnalWe for the cltaiMie. TUmy Wlmml lllrkman deeonee the beet tblnxa u4hk ami volunteereil thv of nhout $1000 to nmkc the rliatie In aervlee. Umlor tht old ptaa. atreet llgltla were turned on wltk ivrtwte ItKklH aa nil were (Hi tan mm circuit. Now. n moonlight aclMHlMle can lie oueerrml, which In Hbetaac five ua better ISuhU at the time wheti they nre moat noUd. Rack llht la flttatl with n heny or reflector Inatend of tk (M faahlnned runty tin ooutrnii-tlone- . Ilreldea Improving; tlit atreet , private Hnhta linve Ibsht beeH touched up'to the hlgheat atnnd-arTin' rornpnny hna Junt complet ed Uik work of Inatalllng n n'W 100 u rate will ho mado that will mnko It IntereflliiiK for thosu w'ho dcelro to lOH8uH ttieRo iiuxlurn mothcnlH. The cost of putting lllrkinnn'e eluc-tr-lc light florvlcc nl hu top notch la approximately $7,000, hut It will hu lieruKOient nnd u Brent thing for tho (own. It la alBo the beat ovldencu of tliHUfl gentlemen's faith In the fu lur growth of our city. And wo nt not going; to dlfwippolnt thorn. Tlie HtockhoIdtrH of thin concern are I'rea A. A. l'nrla, Mra. Floruncu Parle, Mra. V. (J Pari, Jlra. A. A. Parte. T. A. Iedford. J A Tliompon. Mayor Dillon mid Mgr J. T. Dillon. IjiHt hut not leoat Important, nre the men "Indilnd thu Rim" who aro 4r!ly InBtrumentnl In the eurccaa of the onncren'a bualneea. The men who actually keep thu wheels moving Former senator J. B. McCrenry has accepted the challenge of tho Hon. Hen Johnson to engage in ten joint debates in their raco for tho DemoAll parties owing Detteraworth & cratic nomination for Governor. SenNow York. Tho sight of n gaunt McCrenry named tho conditions Prather aro earnestly requested to nnd bearded mnn In sombrero nnd cor- ator duroys who dally turns In bis tracks that both mako arrangements for five como forward and scttlo at once at tho Nqw Jersey end of tho Fort engagements, nil to como In the 1910 Is gono and 1911 is hero and It Leo ferry, has awakened tho curiosity same week prior to March 4, tho takes money to run our business as of dwellers In tho vicinity. others to follow on agreed dates It docs yours. So wo will ask you to como and pay now and save cost of Tho nppoaranco of the mnn Is de- after Congress adjourns. cidedly "Wild West." nnd tho youngcollcctllng. No. 101 Prettiest lot In Southern sters near tho ferry who nro astir at Bettersworth & Prather. about eoven o'clock mornings hnve Heights, If taken within tho next few hud visions of redskins nnd buffaloes days can bo bought for $475. All Imlatoly when tho stranger has reward- provements concrete walks, electric Malono IlrOT., editors of tho Calloed their vlgllB by coming on the lights, city water works, etc. Stro way County Gazette, got out a handsceno. some special edition of tholr paper C2&X150. Good view of river, etc. Tho western looking ouo is Cnpt Courier office. laat week. Nowton H Chlttonden, tho first explorer of tlo Queen Cbnrlotto Islands, who although 70 years old, walks from Alplno, N. J., to the forry, n dlstanco of 13 mites, regularly beforo eight ; o'clock each morning ns a "constitu; tional." ; Tfiat" Captain Chlttcndon desorves a ; nlcoly ornamented spot In tho walk; ers' section of tho Hall of ramo along ; with Colonol Weston and Mayor day-no- r ; la ovldent from his exploits. ; In 1888 nnd 1889 bo broke tho record for long wnlks by making n con; tinuous Journey on foot diagonally ; across the continent from tho Pacific) ; I w ft I ' vl-to tho Gulf of Mexico, a distance, in ; Quite a Walker. Notice. -- id a a h 1ijMMMMMMD"ilftlft'li HE" Hot Water J .'! in a Few fi : ; ; i ' Minutes 'VlailHriin rVnrrf i is available where one of the new heaters are in use. No waiting while the fire burns up. No taking a cold bath in disgust rath- are J. T Dillon. (Jenornl Manager. Ilernle Hughee. Chief Knglm'cr nnd txl Rlectiirlan. Diyl Journey. Ilookkeoier. Al Chedleter. Night Hnglneur. Hob Itogera, Day Hngiueer. . IlradHlmw. Foremnn Ico mak ing department Ot-o- er than wait all morning for warm water. Let us put such a heater in for you. We will do all the plumbing work necessary and charge you only moderately for the job. What do you say ? i I aer-Ico- Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. ! Both Phones Mo. 73 I e lrr I NEW GOODS and many new ' ' - Zl-o- I SN Special Bargains at E. R. PfpYVTTT Cash Store . Ellison's br imr COMB AND LOOK gswkms8r genurntor kilowatt, CO cjole, at nu enormous coat. Tho old ma chine discarded wna n 10 kilowatt machine, but wna not cnpablo of meetg domnnd for ing the llghtH. With tho other Improvements the light ImeliieeA la being put on n atrlctly hualnoae linala by the Instnlln-tloof meter In nil IntBlneaa liouaoa and realdenoee ueliiK a much or more than R Hghta. Thla la fair for I conaumer. the rate both; cwwniiy 10c ier 1000 wntta. This rnto being la the fwme chartiod by nolghborlng cltlea, nnd In soiuo onaea lower. Tho minimum rate of J1.60 rcnmlns tno pur- nina. Ilertdofore tho customer comp.my chnaod the meter, hut the own oxponso. now Inetalla It nt Ilvgliiiiliig nbout March lat, n Iny current will be put on for nil purpoH fnuH, motors, etc., thero-glvitiK a continuous current onr com- att'1 year out. This is n oty In uopnriuro memlnblo nnd much nuodel the Tho mnchlne which will Imndlo , will ho n volume of dny buslm-Mitn.Miinii conomtor nnd wtu neu- nn nildltloutlm mirchnso of current al large engine. Tho day will be of Hpeolnl Intorost to uio houwlfo, ns It will onnblo hor to sowing, etc.. do hor cooking. Ironing, pressing or tue nnuou by a moro will In duo tlmo tho company domonBtrntlon dny nt tholr sowwhich tlmo nil electrical stoves, motors, Irons, etc, will ing mnchlne by nn be shown In ncttml operation assures us export. Manager Dillon evor-growlnn 1 ea-li- ghts. l- - Tom Fields nnd Andy Johnson, de liverymen. Tho Illckmnn Ico & Coal Company' Investment now oxcoods $35, 000, nnd the aorvlco rondorcd Is beyond comparison with thnt ghon by tho city prolous to tho chnngo which took plnce In 100C. Tho rates today aro renaonnblo, sorvlco good, tho nil who nre connectod with tho Instltu tlon nre plensnnt, dowrvlng gentle men We only hope tho rest of tho buslnrss concerns of Illckmnn will follow tho pace In progress sot by John T nnd his Lyric Saturday night. (learning, germicidal, lionllni; and dioilnr- Urns nnlm.pllc aolutlou with one Mo 1"'X of l"iixllno, a oolulilu antiai'ptlo powder, olilnlantilo at any drug atoro. 1'ixtlne dcitro) gcrmi tlwt cnui-ll. no, decay nnd odora, that la why It the txjat mouth waali nnd gnrglr, and and "whv It purlflca tlio lirtath, clcanic pr nerves tlio tooth tioltor tliun ordinary "lontlfrleoB, nnd In (Kingo bathing It completely omdlcntri pcrsplrntlon nnd othor Ucry dnlnty dwiRTorablo lody odnra Dili nnd Ita many votimn appreciate otlur toilet nnd byglualc uacs. Inxllne la aplcndld for aoro throat. Inflamed oyca nnd to purify mouth nnd breath nftcr mnnklng. You can get l'ax-tm- o Toilet Anllrcptlc nt nny drug itoro. I ricii ISo nnd 60c, or by mail potpald frmn llio l'nxton Toilet Co.. llonton. JtnM., who will cnd you a frco samplo f you would llko to try It bchro buying. 1 HAVE YOU TRIED PAXTINE The Great Toilet Germicidal lou don't hnve to py Mc or Jl 00 a Vint for llatorlnn nnllcptlca or pcr- dji le. You can make 10 plnta of n muro nn Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src See samples. cluding several hundred miles of side expeditions, amounting to 3,350 ratios. He was accompanied by n pack burro The trip was for archcologlcal and ethnological research, and Captain Chittenden considers It ono of tho bo- crest of his career. Ho estimates that ho dragged his donkey more than five miles through tho overflowed of Louisiana. Of tho more than 200,000 miles which Captain Chlttonden has corerod in hla 40 years of traveling. 25,000 miles havo been on foot. Testimony of his researches are found in most of tho famous musoums in this country and In musoums of Canada and Ens-lan- d aa welL Among American pathfinders it is said thnt thla explorer has devoted more sovoro labor to tho accomplishment of his many expeditions than any othor ten men of this country. Hla donations to musoums have included many rnluablo relics and much data pertaining to tho Indian trlbos and prehistoric Americans. Captain Chittenden has visited practically every Indian trlbo on tho continent nnd has lived with so mo of tho distinguished old chiefs as long ns six months, or a year. Ho has consequently become versed In several Indian langunges. It Is an Interesting' fact that, save on one or two occasions when protection from border ruffians demanded It. ho never carried a wenpon. Chief Cdonsau of tho Quocn Char-lott- o trlbo was Captain Chlttonden'a great friend. Poundmnkcr, chief of tho Saskatchewan Crocs, whom he vlplted during tho Itlul rebellion, was another Intimato. Others were American Horso, n great war chief of tho Sioux; Red Cloud, Sitting Hull, Two Strlko. nnd tho noted Chief Joseph, who enmo to boo him In camp on the Bpokano river in tho early days upon visitIn tho winter of 190S-'0ing Chief Mnnucl of tho Cahullla and Scrano Indians of southern California ho was Invited to address tho tribe at their fiesta, and ho rcmntnod In camp w Ith thorn for 40 days. As eldouco of his pedestrian hub-ItCaptain Chlttonden In 1882, when provided with froo transportation to nnd. from tho gold fields of Caribou, left tho atngo In tho Interior nnd proceeded 300 mllos nlono on foot among tho various Indian trlbos Inhabiting thnt portion of Hrltish Columbia Two years later. In tho dead of winter, with tho thermometer reaching 15 degrcoa below zero nnd tho snow In places 15 feet deep, ho walked alono ovor the mountains Into the gold fields of Coeur d'Alcno nnd then crossed tho flitter Hoot rnngo Into Montana n dlstanco altogether of mora than 300 mllos. Country roads nro child's play to Captain Chittenden, whoso pedostrlan-shl- p hna been devoted to rougher travel thnn that which his rivals havo Ho nttrlbutes his experienced degreo of endurnnco to tnhorl-tancand careful living. Ho has nover smoked nor taken a drop of liquor, wlno, or beer, nnd has not drunk a cup of tea or coffeo in 40 years. 'bot-tora- s 9 s, o AAtHltofh1A0iANi!ttth&fiAmtfm ; ; : ; ; ; TAKE NOTICE... USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS fiHH ' - - ; : ; : : ; ; Owing to the fact that some of our customers are dilatory In paying their Water and Lights Accounts, which are due and payable at our office ON OR BEFORE THE 10th of each month, c wish to announce that in the future the rule governing this branch of our business will be enforced to the letter. Our Collector will make collections ,on Main street only, between the 1st and 10th of each month, and will call but onetime for this account. Failure to see you does not exempt you from the penalty of being cut off. Parties living in the outskirts of the city will please arrange to either send check or money, or make arrangements with one of the banks to pay their accounts. j i , 1 1 Don't think that you will be the favored one as we will enforce the rule regardless of exceptions. Hickman Ice Incorporated Coal Co. J. T. DILLON, Manager tWWMWWU!tyWtWtyVityVVVVl I ,,'iWJ "Vwrwr'' The ' 'l - i '.t it Beauty of Electric Lights is manifold. In the first place it is the best "1 light produced by man. In the next place it is clean. It is safe. too. No matches to light, no flame to set fire to things. Shall we supply the electric light in your house ? It isn't expensive. It certainly is the modern light, without which you cannot claim to be up to date. Jit Courier Office. 'A m t Tho stockholdora of tho Homo Co., nro hereby notified thnt a meeting will bo hold nt Mayor Dillon's offico on Saturday afternoon, nt 2 o'clock, Fob. 4th. Officers aro to ho elected and other business transacted. B. T. DAVIS, Secy. o Hickman Ice (Incorporated) T. Coal Co. 0"x--., 1. PIT iTiOMT, 3VTST1--. y J ,A .' . v "p aaw--n- ; $-- si&r,- - Slowly made, surely good Gr's 3ine fe than recompense tho glvor. :j Wo have often wondered why moth- TeJEyobe, R er's memory and hands must servo for a dozen persons. Would it not cr's kindness contained more e FURS H HIGHEST MARKET PniCE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wcltt lor pri Wool on CommlMlon. AND HIDES liUulUhedlU37 lilt mrntlanlnjlhll ad. "JW&.TPJ EAL shoes for real lis, boys, built pair by m pair with that attention to quality, style, snap and foot fitting comfort which can be secured only by making: shoes to order, making them slowly, and is never found in those shoes which are shot through by factories which grind them out as fast as machines will Tlio real business of life la thu unking of n happy homo. When you come to sift thu whole clinff of existence, everything coos to Uio wind but thu hnppiness wo have hail at home. us are beautiful houioa which nro muru pauper houses, so far as happltietis Is concerned because of some onu member of Uiu family iKttty tyrant, a linger, u who is pence destroyer. All about In hours of exuburnuce ami exultation or joyous merriment; In reflective momoiits whon Uiu soul Is swept with memories, pleasing or plalnlivo; in tho silence of religious meditations; or in our little recesses from tho homely dutlos and commonplace labors of tho duy, or week, Uiuy befriend us with their delightful solace, thusu thoughts of home and n happy family circle. bo bettor for nil concerned if moth of self JOHN WHITE & CO. L0UISVILLE,KY. assertion and less of Would not, at times, papa feel less disturbed, nay wrathfully, If ho wore careful to keep his own papers In order, and perform tho twenty other trivial things ho has time to do In leisure moments, but expects of some ono else? Would It not bo better for Hiitor to teach baby who Is old enough to button his own shoea. than to do It for him enoli morning as a duty? Don't wake your boys and girls up mornings with "Hurry up nnd get up and come 011 nnd feed thu horses and milk tho cows, for we've got a lot of work to do, nnd Its getting late. bo hurry up, or wo will never get through." Is that very pleasant to hear tho first thing In Uio inornlitK Don't hurry so much, but take time to llvo nnd to soe n pretty flower or to listen to tho happy notes of a happy bird; onjoy nil thoso beautlos of nature as you go along through life. Aro you surprised ""that your bo)s nnd girls begin to show dissatisfaction wlUi Uielr homes nnd long for city llfe4 when nt homo It Is too much hurry, hurry all the time Yes It hurry nnd do jour workT grows monotonous, nnd they see thnt each day brings them no nearer the goal than Uio day before, to thoy lose Intorost nnd grow to hnto these dr'ly duties that are all hurry and Hork. HICKMAN MARBLEl (WORKS KSTMtMHHKI' TOA IHuccMwtr IVA DILLON. Sr., to II. O. lUmiiMuiK. Prop. iIkwu!) Marble and Granite (Monuments BwtwH spbL Mk NGIDCUR. STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky flPJaf'au2fetfBt- - Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY IMIUIOTOIW make them. every pair, size A dictionary with Ask your CUSTOM MADK BY There aru six secular nights In each week. Out of thu six some men spend one at homo mid five at lodge, while others spend five at home ami one at lodge. In which class shall we reglstor your name? and up. deader. J.W AI.KXAMHK lr. J. M. lltIHAKI II. IHM'IIASAN BAST J. J. HON HWl. ll.TIIIIKI.KHI.li T. A. I.KHrtlKI IL M. IHI.KU a ll' WERTHEIMER-SWART- S SHOE CO. U. S. A. St. Louis, A. M. TYLER Attorney-at-Law B. Q. Hole Real Estate and Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. JTIoliTnAn, Ky. I And Insurance Office with Judge B. T. Davis I Hickman, Ky. t J ash Book Store Splendid Selection Special Clubbing Tbo Courier has made Offers. a clubbing lew DOOKS Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Call and Bee Oar Stock Kverytlilnit Mary Berendes & Co. some of these blgh-clat- s periodicals, and they aro alwaja welcome visitors during the long winter mouUie, Below we give a few of those that will make your selection easy. Please remember those prices are positively cash, and will only be sold with the Hickman Courier. Prices quoted re for a year's subscription to the Co ir- iu- - and the publication named: -- arrangement with all the leading publications In the U. S and can save our readers on any of them. Nothing better for a Christmas gift than Hiolsman Courier -- aad We aro coming that all the prayers and baptisms nnd communions which tho churches can bestow upon its will not inako us christians, so long as we think mean uncharitable thoughts of one another and permit our minds to bo filled wit If tho motto "keep sweet" was livmalice, envy, jealousy, gloom and ed up to In the now yonr would not despondency. our llttlo world of homo be tho better for It? Even If Its Inriuenco reached no further would it not be Work Is a moral and physical To "keop swoef , it Is n panacoa for sorrow; worth tho whlluT Idleness brings moral decoy and fur onu must pobsess a happy unconscinishes nu incentive to crime. Tho ousness of self and enthusiasm about avalanche of crime that Is swooping the little things that fill tho hours over our beautiful land Is largely duo of every day and an nbsonco of maito the fnct that too many would rath ler and envy Ono must have a bright er Bteal than work. Tho life of duty. outlook on life and a courngeous not tho 11 fo of more easo or mere heart Such an outlook and such a pleasure, Is tho end of life which la art aro Invaluable to the housewife. makes the great men and women. They cheor herself and those uudor Uiat "Tho hand Tho best prize that life offers is the her Influence. chanco to work at work worth doing. moves tho world" surely should pulse with high courage that comes from a brave, true heart. A word of encouragomont at tho right timo is of moro real worth than This column Is published weekly In an ounco of gold. It Is moro nourishing to tho soul than meat and drink the hope that it may awakon on lh to tho hungry. It Is bettor stimu- part of the husband and child a devp lant than tho richest wine, and Uio cr appreciation of her who Is th strongest lever to lift from tho ruts central figure of homo; that It may of despondency. Many a poor over strcngUion the family bonds, making worked wife Is pining for a word of Uiem moro beautiful and tender, sympathy from her husband. Just that it may encourage charity and ono word, ono look, to show that Uio breathe bopo for tho future, wlure toll of weary hours aro appreciated, language Is music nnd lovo Is law nnd tho light reflected would moro We trust this department may to the young brighten and deepen tho pleasures and memories of homo, while to tho advanced In years something mny bo said that will bring to view the reflected radlanco of a golden dawning. Wo should bo pleased to occasionally hear from our renders who appreciate this department. It does no hnnn to drop a word even In the pathway of an editor whose road seems ever to lead among the thorns up-lift- er Wc combine absolute snfety with satisfactory service, anil oficrour depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS II lll'l'IIAN'AN. I'rrililrnl It 1 IIAMAUK. AmI (lilr 4. A. TIIMIWN. 'Iilfr Our Stock is Complete and ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Hcinz's Varieties of Puro Food Products Chase & Sanborn's Coffees nnd Teas (VII on or Trlopliniia ut wberi In nwl of UIUK'KKIKH. I'KKHII or rKUKhTUKFU. MKATH Telephone 6 3 Deliveries Ledford & Randle (rCOAL CASH COAL FOR COAL CASH $1.00 4.75 4.25 "Lame Leg CASH Pittsburg Lump Coal Bon Air Lump Coal . Kentucky Coal Well" that wish to I Lini-ment J. KELLY SMITH Attorney at' Law -- Clinton, Kentucky OnetUnlh of ttt fees to CMstUnlti. Money to Loan. I loan money on farm lands in and Weakley Counties, Tenn., and In Fulton County, Ky. About eae-haj- f the cash value of a farm will be loaned. Loans made In sums of 11.000 or more for flvo years with privilege to borrower of paying some after one year in full or making any aize partial payment desired at mortals of six months after the oxplra-Uo- a of one year. Interest being stopped on partial payments made. Call a or write O. 8PRADLIN, Attorney-at-LaUnion City, Teun. tf 1 St. Louis Post Dispatch and Saturday Evening Post delivered at your door. Bade Salama LaCledo Hotel. Commercial-Appeal- , Dr. Bell's AntisepticSalva K Good for all Skin Diseases. A. B. Kennedy, tho lnsuranco man, Woman' National Dally J1.7& Weekly Commercial Appeal .... 1.25 The Delineator 1.7c Success Alaguzlno :.U0 Youth's Companion 2.7C Cosmopolltan l.?0 Everybody 2.00 St. Louis Republic (2 a week) 1.40 Farm Progress t.lf Kcpubllc IlKD daily 2.S0 Dally Courier-Journa- l 8.20 Weekly Courier Journal 1.C0 Scientific American 3.6 2.C0 ilcClures Mogozlno American Magazine ".0C Amorican Poultry Advocate .... 1.3fi American Fruit Grower l.CS Outing Magazine 3.10 Southland Magazine 2.00 d Magazine .... 2.00 Collier's Weekly 5.30 l.CS Coleman's Rural World 3 7r Outlook Magazine Ladles Homo Journal . .. 2.D0 Saturday Evening Post Woman's Magazine 1.35 If you do not see what you want in this list, call at our office; wo havo hundreds of others. Write nam and address plainly with your ordor. specifying exactly the periodicals. Should you want more than onu paper besides tho Courier take $1.00 from tho prlco of each extra periodical. Thus: The Woman's National Daily and Hickman Courier costs $1.75. If you want tho Commercial-Appealso, add 2Gc, making a total of 12 for tho three papers. Taylor-Trotwooal say "I have used Sloan's on a lame lesr that has given me much trouble for six months. It was so bad that I couldn't walk sometimes for a" week. ! tried doctors' medicine and had a rubber bandage for my leg, and bought everything that I ' heard of, but they all did me no good, until at last I was persuaded to try Sloan's Liniment. The first application helped it, and in two ' weeks my leg was well." A. L. -Hunter, of Hunter, Ala. f. How much happier wo would nil be, If we would attempt to build Instead of tearing down; how much sweeter our lives would be, If, we would encourago. by kind words. those of our fellow-meand fellow-womewho hnve fallen by the way side; extend n helping hand, whisper words of encouragomont In their oar. and oh! how much. brighter our lives and theirs would bo. Give no heed to the Tattler and Gosslper, turn n deaf cnr,'nnd tell thorn that you are oUicrwiso engaged, when you find them Inclined to talk and very soon tho tattlers wilt find their profession n n Prices based on delivery within the city limits. Parties out of town desiring to haul their own coal will be allowed 40 cents per ton deduction from'pricca quoted. You can leave your order, accompanied with cash, at the office of Hickman Ice & Coal Co., or phone 48 if you you wish order sent C. O. D. No one has authority to extend credit, so don't ask for it. I will appreciate your patronage, an J by selling 'strictly for cash can give you security againtst an exorbitant advance in prices. A. A. Don't Blame the Hen When you get lltiil Fqgs for they Were Good when she Itiiil tlicni You can Examine Insurance Companies and you can Candle Efjgs, but aficr all isn't it best to demand the kind of insurance that you know is good all of the. time ? f APIS Business -- Good for Athletes. Mr. K. Cilman, instructor of athletics, 417 Warren St., Hox-bur-y, Mass., says: "I have used go no. SUTHERLAND'S EAGLE EYE SfiLYE Jf Directory FkAT SIOANS LINIMENT with great success in cases of extreme fatigue after physical exern tion, when an ordinary would not make any impression." rub-dow- Good for Nothinc but tho Eyes What Not to Her jmber great seret In knowing There Is what to keep out of the mind as well as whnt to put in Pleurisy pains aro located Just tho short ribs. Lumbago affects tho samo region but toward tho back. HALLAHD'8 SNOW LINIMKNT Is d the remedy in cither caho. If In thoroughly it eases pain, rolax-c- a Uio muscles and tho patient can move about freely and comfortably. Prlco 25c, COc and $1 a bottlo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. bo-lorul-be- ASK FOR RATES- & Attornoyat-La- McMURRY Office over Illckmnu DniR Company. Hickman, Ky. DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Dentist Phono No. Ky. 2. Sloan's Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints. Pr!3,25o.,E0o.&1.00 Slonn' book on tinmen, cnttlo, iheop nnd poultry icnt m f(EH!frjl BollH Tlxvt UClaicl Tho tlniOB R. T. TYLER DavIdBon'B old Btnnd. Hickman, baa moved his office upstairs over Brevard's store. You aro invited to call and fleo him. Phone 61. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey For Cougha and Colds. The Hickman Courier and Weekly Commercial Appeal, both, ono year Telephone No. for $1.36. Oet tbea bow. and groceries. free. Aililre. Dr. Earl 8. Sloan, Boston, i for better meats Mail., U.S.A. liver lows ltH nctlvlty nt Phono 20, dny or night. nnd needs holp. HKRIIINK Is nn effective liver stimulant. It nlHo Hickman, Ky. purifies tho bowels, strennthens nml rostorcs streiiBtli, vigor A dry, hacking cough Is hard on nnd Uio lungs, often causing thorn to by cheerful spirits. Prlco COc. Hold DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N Hickman Drug Co. bleed. BALLARD'S HOREHOUND For Internal nnd Extornal Pains. SYRUP Is a honllng balm that quickTake out that lnsuranco today. You ly repairs damage in Uio lungs and Our 20c coffoo U a world-beate- r air passages. Prlco 25c. 50c and $1 may bo noxt to burn out. Konnody, per botUo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co I tho lnsuranco Man. try lu Uotteriwortk. PrmUw, Will tho sociologists kindly explain wliy women will crowd n court room to listen to unprintable HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Funoral Directors and Embalmers. KttJ2