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Stubbs No, SI DENTIST lallnlo Kalldlnq, orf Murj lUrtarri'a I'knite THE HieKMHN COURIER. tnB CommBTCi A BLUE MARK m nni tbat jour iob crlptlon hiti expired lUinew promptly It run wnnt the paper to come to you after thU month ItElE d - a i ' BFJl!!llJ!!il!J TRAGEDY OR T Wwn up the Hill of Succbss. The Courier haa a Spankin' Good Team. DreasB the HxIbb of Your Wagon, Did Man, and LbVb Hitch Up ti ' VOLUME Ol NO. till OLDKBT VKVKV. IN WESTERN KUNTUOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1911. WHOLE HO. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAK 18HO 3030 P 1 ODD 'JUOUj Watched with Interest. 8PREAD-IN- BERTH til QERM OF LAZY DI8EA8E RAPIDLY. VICTIM ON PULLMAN DELIEVEO TO HAVE BEEN MUR. DERED. Arliena and California Infected and iwenty Yeara Flflht for Erad. Ication Impending. Waahlnston, Jan. 24. FIvo million Amsrlcatia havo hook worm. Thla la dlncloted through the laveHtlgatlon of tho orlnln and prosroas of thu dlaoaae by tho experu of tho Rockefeller n Evidences of thu spread of this paraalto havo beon discovered In Arltona. California and other Wontorn atatos At tho annual raeotlni; of tho In New York Wednesday a report will be made on the ramcoa of the disease during tho past year. Ignorance la tho principal difficulty physlclana are uioetlnR In tho South. The only way to stop tho sprond of tho disease Is by teaching the poorer poo-pi- e to keep themselves clean and Introduce sanitation Into their homos, schools and factories. That the hookworm cerma nt txv Inn carried almost every day Into new territory by peopto who have contracted It In Infected territories, haa boen 'established by the commission. The fund of l. 000,000, donated by John I) Rockefeller for tho eradication of tho disease, was given to extend over a period of live years Members of the commission say It will Liko at loaat 20 year to stamp out tho com-ralnlon THE MOTIVE A MYSTERY Dead Man Traveled on Ticket Stolen From MUtlno Canadian Stranrjo Man Disappears When Body li Found. Don't! ! Wait but get in before the prices go higher .i Commenting on tho movement at Hickman, tho truck-growln- c Courlor-Journ- al says: body Thief Illror Fall., Minn.. Jan. U. man found strangled to death In jcrth 13 on ttio Winnipeg and Hoo ttrr between Krsklno and thin olty, bo la supposed to hao born mur-- i red and himself a murderor fleeing r nt tho scene of hla own crime In hicago. haa furnished the pollco of hta city and Chicago with a myalery h many unimi.il circumstances Whllo doctora nay ho waa strangled In death, no mark worn found on Jio thmaL and tha theory la that he aa garrotted by a wan eiperloncnd in that form of murder. While It la Relieved tho dead roan waa a murderer ind waa traveling on hla victim's ticket, tho motlro for hta slay-tala not apparent, na them waa no attempt made to rob tho BLAZE k rail-roag y IN OMAHA HOTEL Neb. Jan. 24. Ono man la motlro Th disappearance of a dead and five othera aro In a serious itranealy acting man from tho train condition from suffocation by amoko. hortiy beforu the body waa found la one with a broken Ior as tho result of a disastrous flro In tho Millard botol. in additional mystory The man alaln on tho train waa trar-flin- hotel on a ticket roado In favtr of Threo hundred gucsta wcro asleep In the hotel when tho flro broko out Uy Canntngton, Ont ware communicated with aad In and raany barely escaped with tholr tho meantime the local Indite of Odd Urea. prltnwa look charou of the body, cards The dead man la Thomas J. Field, Indicating that tho doad man had been Rloux City, suffocated by smoke. Every piece of apparatus In tho city a member of tho organisation. Upon the arrival of Olon Lowaa. a waa ordered to the aotno by Chief brother of L. It Iowes, ho declared flatter shortly after the first alarm the body not that of bit brother and waa turnod In, and within au hour tho wholly unknown to him. Tho caso la Are was under control. Thcro wero Holds complicated, aa Ixiwes left Chicago numerous thrilling rescues. id ore than a week ago bomoward was en route from San Francisco, whore ho has been lsltlng his mnthor. bound to Hogtna. Tho property loss will not exceed Dellevtd From Utlea. aum of money and other $10,000 A Urn papers. In addition to tho Ucketa which errro Identified an belonging to Lowes STATEHOOD HAS MAJORITY ind found on tho body, and tho further fact that young Lwoa can not bo Wins In New Mexico by 18,000 Only found, leada hla brother to bollove Three Counties Vote Arjalntt that ho waa killed and hla Uckota ami Ratification. money taken from him. A furthor examination of tho body Albuquerque. N. M., Jan. 24. Aldisclosed that the dead man waa woar-In- most complete returns from Saturclothea made In Utlca, N. Y, and day's election show tho ratification of tarda wurn found Indicating hla name tho constitution of Now Moxtco, as aa Theodnro Hempatoad of Utlca. Hla framed by the constitutional convenlaundry waa alao marked "T IL" tion, by a majority of about 18,000. Tho few remote precincts yot to bo MAY CLEAR UP MURDERS heard from will not change tho result materially. About DO.000 votes wero cast, thero Nu- Danvlllo Prlaoner Confesses and being 34.000 for and 16,000 against mtroua Othera Are to Be The constitution carried In all but Taken Into Custody. three of the 30 counties of Now 24. Tho arrant DanTllle, III. Jan of a negro hero for shooting a dated-Ir- a U. 8. Consul's Assailants Fined. will clear up many crimen, It la Victoria, 1) C, Jan. 24. Tho JapIIu haa confessed that two killed a white woman atx wouka anese who assaulted United States Consul Williamson at Dalny wero ago for 130. flno of Ilo claims ha knowe where Elsie reprimanded and assessed a brought nows waa murdered and whero $J.E0 oach, according to Cochrane brr mladng hat la. Numerous other frcm Yokohama. arroaia art being made na a reault or Judge In Le Blanc Trial Dies. the nogro's confession. Walthatu, Mass., Jan. 31. Judge DanUl Ilond of the Massachusetts suKills Self After Wife Diet. Ilock wood. Tenn., Jan. 24. M 3. perior court, who conducted tho trial of Hattle Ixj Blanc In tho Foster, a young nttoruoy, klllfd him-lolby taking atrychalao. IXwiwnd Clovor murder roystory. died at hla enry ant thn donth of hla youatf wlfo homo from a complication of U aald to havo bcxa tho o;rua. Omaha. g Kola-Uvea g d f Peculiar Man Dlsappsars. As nono of tho friends of tho man lupposcd to have born slain In Chi--awaa aware of hla fate, rovengn for that murder doca not appear a o Sioux City Man Is Fatally Suffocated and Five Othera Are Oadly Injured. Clover Seed Alfalfa Seed Timothy Seed Red Top Seed Orchard Grass Blue Grass Seed, &c. DO good railroad facilities and is on thu Mississippi river. Tho soil 1 welt adapted to tho culture of vegetablea and frulta, and It an cntorpriso oC tho kind can succeed anywhero, 1G should bo ablo to do so at Hickman. Whatever may bo tho outcome, It la a "back to tho soil" movement, anil should bo encouraged. Tho division! of large farms into small ones will bring an Increased population and! a corresponding lncreaso In tho productiveness of tho land. Tho Combination plan has been applied to about all tho Industries oC tho country and it will not bo surprising to hear of tho organization: of many farming and truck ratelng syndicates In tho future. The growing disposition of farmers to pool tha products of their farms Is a step In tho direction of tho farming syndicate. As tho first recorded movement g of Uio kind In Kentucky, tho project in Fulton county will bo watched with interest. truck-growin- bo grown for shipment Tho location) Is a favorable ono, as Hickman haa Vegetables and small fruits aro to i 4 See Ellison Bros. Show Window. Assignee's Notice; By vlrtuo of an Order of Salo from tho Fulton county court on Monday, Jan. 30, 1911, (salo to bo held on or about 11 a. m.,) I will sell to tho highest and best bidder, on a credit of three months, (bond with approved security, having' tha effect of a Replevin Bond at law. and payable to R. S. Murrcll, Assign-eo- , etc., will bo required of tho pur chaser), at tho shop above tho Teo-piBank, on Jackson street, 'tho entlro property, office fixtures, safe, tools and stock of tinware and plumb ers goods of tho John A. Cotton & Co., numbers and Tinners, Incorporated, assigned for tho benefit of creditors. Parties desiring to do so can ex amine the invoice and stock beforo sale, by request to tho undersigned. It. S. Murrcll Assignee of John A. Cotton & Co., Plumbers and Tinners, Incorporated. Hickman, Ky., Jan. 19, 1911. es Incbe !, tn . NflllMn,-T & Inches n Kju fept-8 Inches Inebej Inchei 99 Inches J rmbdbi I fill .- 111 1 fy'M I I Jl --m.. mm--. I f ... - TtSa(!7 b. -- . - t . tm i . f f- .. - S.? I -- i . 'p)i3 T-i-- rF . 1 i ? mm, faT Tl WW H "Ta if) Ji'liH uatuMfj. rK 3 in J ., - i i.i -- m m r' f rnH'Hraii' f ""9 "1'1Ti:mi frw i i and Square Deal AMERICAN i Card Of Thanks. 1 Wo deslro WIRE FENCING And Poultry Fence ! to thank our friends and neighbors for tho kindness shown us during tho sickness and death of oun darling baby. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Hamby. i ( IMPLEMENTS: TRUE BLUE PLOWS, all sizes JNO. DEERE STALK CUTTERS DISC HARROWS DISC CULTIVATORS Celebrated REINDEER Cultvrs. The Biggest and Best stock we have ever had. About two hundred farmers and land owners of Mississippi county met at East Pralrio Tuesday last for tho purpose of discussing plans for tho encouragement of mora cxtensivo cotton raising. Tho meeting was no. enthusiastic ono and attended by somo of tho leading farmers and wealthiest land owners of tho county, and tho cotton Industry waa gl-- a big boost. 4 J. M. Williams, who was brought from his homo near Yates' mill in tho bottom to tho homo of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Wright, In West Hickman, Is no better and is hclplcsa. Tyler went to Heel-foLako Wednesday for a couple ot days. They left with tho Intention, ot getting all tho ducks on tho lako. LOST Botwoen Hlcknmn and Mm. Williams farm, ono bond book ot tbo. Pollco Court. 'Plcaso return to thla office of II. V. Homley and recolvu ltp reward. Remember, If you don't send' tho cash with your coal order, I chargo you 10 per cent extra for collecting- A. A. Farls. Miss Colcsto Roberts Is her front Memphis, visiting relatives. Rodney Eakor loft Friday for puis wuuru no luia u HIUU Pay cash and save coat bills. A. A. F. Mem- i t &ii ir. N. Cowgiu, Mooro and A. M. o. b. rowcii, q. ir. ot Mre. Allco I. Wilson sends uh n Mr and Mrs. C. L. Walkor will letter that her son received from Roosevelt In reply to ft letby tho young man complimenting Mr. RoosovoIt'B latost book. ter wrltton tomorrow nlslit from 8 o'clock cards. In honor of tholr 20th on at oung wedding nnnlvcrsnry. Mlglity looking couple to ho colebrrntliig 20 years of wedded bliss. i PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: Tho Reuben C. Shadwlck and Miss Alfollowing aro our aubJectB for noxt Chambers, two prominent young Sunday: At 11 n. in, "Tho Sword ma people of near O.ikton, wero married That Jesus Brought;" nt 7 p. .n., week nt tho rosldonco of. Mr. ' Omrl, Ahor, and Jozobul " You o this Mills, In K8t Hickman. Hov. G. W. Iiivltcnl to our services. W. O. StockWilson officiated. ton, Mliihitor. A Iart of the machinery for thu Tho Wbmnn'ft Forolgn Missionary now steam, laundry, a now business Society will moot Friday nfturnoon wnturo by Harrla & Konnody, la bent 3 o'clock with Mrs. J. M. Hold. ing Installed thla woofc. Col. 8. L. Dm1Uh shipped two cur Present Indications aro that tho loads of ihulea to Mlwlsslppl this nuxt world's fair will bo hold at , week. Now Orleans In lDir., celebrating tho You will save 10 per cent by send- opening of tho Panama Cnnal. ing cash with your coal order. A. A. See Ellison Dro. Show Window. Farla. n-- CARLOAD WIRE NAILS Special Prlces---Wholesa- le JUST IN or Retail mm f BJl Mt JLJJJLmW X IjWk I E79 H VR BB BWI 11 TU1 HMDWARE CDJNC, LttaUMptakAaaaaaHaMssBaaaaaasaiaaaaaaaaastaBaaasaaaaaaaaaaMaMaMaaHaaaMaiMMai i - your J. W. Green, of jMHr last wcok on bus emm 49Br- m j saiar New Spring Dress Cottons Which will carry your thots forward to the days of spring, are ready at Interesting prices. Exquisite Egyptian Tissues, plaids and stripes In all the new colorings 25c Beautiful Poplins, very attrac Ive designs In all colors at a yard 15 to 25c In vJlSTTJ--Y- - OFFERING OF svm 'Mgshi rr.SWiSdfi i" v V7 ,J amv-n- m LACES A beautiful showing of lace foreign and domestic made. we the cheaper grade the 2lon City Lacet Come In and tee what beaut, ful lace are made In our own country. They range from 3c to 15c a yard. In White Goods V&rii Jifc, 17 I handle &s l. 1. T ff Imported French Ginghams, plaids and stripes 25c Red ,m gL commencing oamraay - Val Lace, Edgings and In sertlon to match, ranging from 5c to 25c a yard. All over Nets, In cream or white, very dainty designs at 35c to $2.25 a yard. Seal and Dates Ginghams In all the wanted colorings, at 12'iC Utility and C. P. S. Ginghams, -- pretty styles at.... 10c IP! m If . patterns Percales, bright attractive In 10 and 12 J. Exceptionally Good Values In Table Linens and Napkins Full Bleached Mercerized Damask, cholco patterns 25 to50c Satin Damask, pure linen, In choice patterns, 72 Inches In width 60c to $1.00 Mercerized Damask Napkins to match table covers, range In price from $1 to $3.50 White Counterpanes, with cut corners, very pretty designs, 98c to $3 at find us prepared with scores of the daintiest and most beautiful YOU'LL to offer you in our Annual White Goods Display. 1 We collected for this particular event the choicest offerings in White Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Undermuslin and their kindred lines, enabling you to select from our extensive and varied assortments at wondefully low prices. This Annual White Goods Display affords you an exceptional opportunity to anticipate your Spring purchases from the most beautiful and daintiest goods Suppose you that will be shown this Spring, and all at moderate prices. come early before the assortments are broken, and personally examine, the most select line of the above goods ever offered in Hickman. mij . iin I l kj& xJ J xsrraF 4I&W3SE3 &&m jt ill' WHITE GOODS now Make your purchases You can select from complete stocks and do your sewing while you have time. Flaxons, designs at In plain and figured 20 to 35c 15 Long Cloth, a yard. to 25c Checked Nainsook and Dlml at a ties for children drex 10 to 75c yard Nainsook for fine lingerie, 12 yards to box, a yard. .25 to 35c India Linens, all grades, at from 8Vi to 25c Irish Lines, soft finish and excellent values... 25c to 75c Mercerized Lingerie Batiste soft and silky, 44 Inches wide 35c yd at Linen Sheeting, 90 Inches In $1.10 to fl.25 width Hankderchlef Linen, excellent qualities at 75c to fl.00 EMBROIDERIES The large stock, the newness and beauty of design, the low prices will impress everyone who comes. Hamburg Embroideries, extra value, ranging from, a yard 3c to 30c Embroideries, Nainsook and Cambric Edgings and Insertions, all very handsome and well made styles, from 10c to 35c Nainsook Baby Sets, dainty designs, at 10c to Corset Cover Embroidery, all with 'ribbon effects, Ladies' Muslin Underwear AT INTERESTING PRICES g.Tt m VfHf?T7S!75! W& irr cnamTSti UKUgaQaiS ., The line was received this week, te. and you will find every garment well made, of good material and daintily trimmed. Childrens Underskirts, white and colored, nt 25c Childrcns Gowns, pretty styles, at "50c and 75c Ladies Gowns of muslin and cambric, in n variety of pretty styles, trimmed with cmb. and Incc. .50c to 2.50 Ladies Drawers of muslin, with deep' ruffles, open and closed . 35 to Ladies Skirts, short and full lengths, made with deep tucked flounces, also cmb. trimmed 75c to Corset Covers, well made arid neatly finished, from 50c 50c a yard BLJK&a 25c to 1.00 25c 2.50 . Bt1 Fine Cambric Edgings and Insertions, all pretty designs, medium and wide widths, at 5c to 25c to 1.00 FOR YOUR OWN GOOD YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS The January Clearing Sale Now in Progress. WOMENS AND CHILDRENS Its Assortments. Its Values and its Incomparable Savings. ReadytoWear Goods Clothing at Big Reductions Hart Schaffner & Marx suits and overcoats, all hand tailored and good as . new, worth 20.00 to 25.00. at Mens 16.50 to 8.50 suits and overcoats, choice.'. Mens 12.50 to 5.00 suits and overcoats, choice Mens 10.00 to 12.50 suits and overcoats, choice Odds and Ends in Mens suits, choice Odds and Ends in Mens overcoats, choice 1 1 Big Bargains in Shoes 16.50 12.50 10.50 8.50 5.50 6.50 5.50 4.00 2.75 2.50 j off $ off E. P. Reed Shoes worth 3.50 & 4.00 2.98 .. .. 3.00 3.50.. 2.47 Ladies Shoes, worth 2.50, at 1.75 " 2.00. nt 1.50 1.75,nt. ..1.25 Mens 5.00 Florshcims nt 4.25 Mens 4.00 Crossctt nt 3.50 Mens 3.50 . 3.00 Odds and Ends in Mens Shoes 5 off Strongcr-Thnn-Thc-Lnw. 1-- At the Greatest Reductions ever made in Hickman. WOMENS COATS Made of Broadcloth, Kerseys, Meltons, etc, former prices ranged from 25.00 to 7 A A 12.50, closing prices 16.00 to vU TAILORED SUITS Womcns Suits made of Broadcloth, Cheviots and Serges, in black and colors, former prices from 26.00 to 2.50, closing O C A O.ijU prices from 15.00 to 1 MENS PANTS Mens 5.00 to 6.00 Pants Mens 3.50 to 4.00 Mens 2.50 to 3.00 " Mens 2.00 to 3.50 odds and Boys straight pants Boys Knickerbocker Pants BOYS SUITS Misses and Childrens Coats that ranged from 7.00 to 3.00, we price them to close at 7.50 to 2.00 WARNER'S 3.95 2.95 2.25 ends.. 1.65" Jj 1-- 5 off off Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys 7.50 5.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 to 8.00 suits to 6.00 " suits suits suits straight Pants Suits Overcoats 1.75 Dress Goods worth 40c a yard at Mohair worth 70c a yard nt Remnants in Dress Goods Jjj to Fancy Silk worth 1.25 at " 1.10 at " 1.00 nt. 20c 42c $ 89c 85c 75c off Our Entire Stock of Millinery.. . Jj. price I Tho Commet RUST PROOF CORSETS for 1.36)! Smith Amberg McCall's Patterns J) '" r.ir'iwr- - ' ,-) -- , mr -- ir - rrfJr rwatim vff",,r'wry' GREAT IB :R; Nightrider Troubles. :norrow Is ttio ilalo k1 for mi 1 on tliu part of of tlw Judge Harris, who figured no tuntly In tlw recent nightrider IiIh Hill, Involving , to break iihIm of dollar nml 30,000 acres 1 Ji-- PRICE REDUCTION ID INTER GOODS IN OUR ENTIRE STOCK! We MUST make room for Spring goods, and we offer exceptional bargains while they last. J H. J, E "2" L. Tolo-phon- & dp .a. :fj, h: 'M .a. :mi Luko Lea, of Nashville, finally knocked tho senatorial plum of Tennessee, Monday. Ho was Uio leanor of tho temperance crowd, and won only after ono of Uio most unlquo fights ever waged at Uio Tennesleo capltol. Tho nowly elected senator succeeds J. II. Frazler. GEORGE QUACKENBOS. New York Pollea Olfictr, Greek Scholar, Appointed Play Centor. d i IlUgatlon will brim; out the a liitrrit In that huse faror u as Uio Tumt8m tanil com it Mill bo shown that llnrrln (Ik- - organizer of tho company $01,000 of Ui lint h ntnJm-I nltKk of $126,000 The war c company with ttut I nh lib I tan in ,( lake region U touched upon kt alw) K U ml out tlinl thr com I, it now engaged In a serious tit ii with the statu of TenncMeo r hi poTt.lon of lht lako and fh property nurnt not bo sold, ji rahio in at pruftunt greatly re il by of thl litigation aji tho conniption of Capt Quen Hankln ami Col It 7. T.iylor to tho kt tlw: i tula caiw that i ant lUnkln by tho nbthlrldcra tho atwmptd murder of rol lor, lncldntly giving that sec ion Tviintco anil this section if ntucky a black oyo. d i f '' f f I -- aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBhtT ' H HbEbbi ussfc, pi "Wt-- r . vy mL VaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBtl SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBuBfe ' 'd f BaBaVBkS8SlBBBr!B rn BBBBBBBBBHvHfl9SVlBBBBBBBBBV7 ll BBBBBBBBBVBBMBBnNaBBBBHBBBBBV 1 Sid Wiley Biiwl tho N, C & 8t. A Bright Youth. IU II. for 50 damaged, alleging that ono of their locomotives rnn into nnd dnmngi-his wagon to that A bright boy In Hickman Collego extent In West Hickman Inst fall. wroto a very elaborate essay last He got n Judgmont for 3. week on tho subject of "breathing," and wo verily bellovo ho will get a o Tlio Hickman & Troy ltoad plnco on tho Courier staff after his Co. elected thiv following of- school days. Hero Is his essay: ficers. Saturday, for tho ensuing year Wo "Hrenth" Is mado of air. N h. UIco, pros; A". Ii. Hallow, vlco-prnecy. and troas; breatho with our lungs, or lights our J W. Hallow, liver and our kidneys. If It wasn't II H Speight, director. for breath wo would dlo when we slept. Our breath kcops tho Hfo goTom Hall, a negro, wna sentenced ing through tho noso when wo aro to 1 to 3 years In tho ionltantlnry, nslcop. Hoys that stay In a room all nml fine! ,$&00 In circuit court hero dny should not breatho. They should Thursday, for ninnlng n craiw gnmo wait till thy get out of doors. Hoys for a per cent. In n room inako bad, unwholcsomo nlr. They mako carbonlclde. Is polsner than mad dogs. Mrs Knto Ilurko, for 22 years A hoap of soldiers was In a black houhokoopor for Hon. II. A. Tylor, holo in 1ml la and a carbonlcldo got left Saturday for Nashvlllo, to make In that holo and nearly killed cvory As a her homo with hur clilldrcn. one nforo morning. Hlckmnn girls token of his appreciation of hur serkill tho breath with cornets thnt vicer, the Gonornl gavo hor his check Bquoozv tho diagram. Glrla can't hoi-lo- r for 2.r.00. or run like boys becauso tholr diagram Is squeezed too much. If I I'res Iitta. "of tho C, M. & G., was n girl I had rather bo a boy, so I can run, holler and row nnd have wua here on bug In ess Friday. a great big diagram. e, AT RANDOM Eight N. C. & St. L. surveyors wero hero last week staking out Uio routo and geUIng levels for Uio railroad which Is to run around tho south sldo of town. See Ellison Bros. Show Window. v mIwt Ijnood Wyandotte itb nntl roiw It itch Red cookorobi Mm N. I Rico. I for aalo, ml c nothur squad of fourteen Italians hero Saturday to work on now railroad. What Can We Say THE BIGGEST BARGAINS WE HAVE EVER OFFERED ARE NOW BEING SHOWN IN IMMENSE VARIETY AT E. R. Ellison1 loro Uian If you are not saUsfled iter unInK Sutherland's Kaglo Bye ilro wo will refund your inonuy at all dealers. and Mlrat Mr and Mrs. A. M. Tyler nml llttlo w Maria Ilruvard went Mtulrld Friday. U TyyyyyY'yyyy Arch Uottom, wanted at Pod u can See Ellison Bros. Show window for Jail breaking two years ago, was this week. caught this1 week and carried back by Marshal John Wright. Ho wo.1 United States Senator Charles J. working on tho Str. Mongol Hox Co. Hughes, Jr., of Colorado, died at hla homo In Denver Wednesday after a Mrs. Augusta E. Stetson, tho ex- long illness. Death was due to" a communicated leader of tho First general breakdown. Church of Christ, Scientist, New York, has issued a statement proSee Ellison Bros. Show Window. claiming her belief in Uio resurrec- Uon of Mrs. Mary Dakcr Eddy In tho semblance of human form and that A man In Arkansas was recently Christ and tho mlllcnlum will como tried for assault and battery with with her. o kill. Tho Stato brought Into court all tho weapons used, a rail gun, pair of tongs, wrench and. SouUi Carolina has a boy within axe, Seo Ellison Dros. Show window Its confines named Jcromlah Mooro; saw. Tho defendant's counsel exhibit weapons," a this week. his namo is only a small portion of ed as the other man's scythe, pitchfork, pistol, dog, razor (ho subject nt hand howovor. Last year Jerry rented an aero patch and nnd hoo. Tho Jury decided tho caso The Farmer. "Wo Uio Jury would raised 228 bushels of corn from It. as follows: havo given a dollar to havo seen tho Utile strips of barxjn Ilia net profit from Uio aero of corn And a little ogg, was $130.70 and in addition to this fight." Mako Uio mighty dollars ho took a prlzo of $500. As a corn Holt Into tho keg. grower Jorry seems to havo been Mrs. G. L. Carpenter renews for Boriio pumpkins. There aro a lot of tho Courier for hor two sons, Arthur The Walter. aero patches to bo rented In Fulton H. Fleming, nt Ft, Russell,' Wyo., and LltUo tips of silver county. How many Jerry Mooro's Ray S. Fleming, at Manila, ,Phllllpino Dropped Into his hand, nro thero? Islands. Both aro old Hickman boys Mako this for the waiter and aro In tho U. S. armyi Tljoy A mighty pleasant land. pleased 'In Unci a See Ellison Bros. Show window seem to bo well Sam's service. The Humorist thls'week. In-te- nt l IJttlo tiny verses, Ready for Uio shears, Help tho lazy JokesmlUu Through tho voks of tears. The Debutante. LitUo conversations, Whlsporcd 'mid Uio flow'rs, Smooth tho llttlo damsel's Hath to Hymen's bow'rs. The Magazine. Llttlo bits of reading Snndwlched In between Pounds of advorUsIng, Mako Uio magazine. 1911. Thoro la a mighty bud place on Dresden road. Just Inside the city it Unit uoodN the atloiUon of our . dads. TIio road boyond thin ii. i In In fairly good condition, but rood la bolter than the worst 'uo In It. i Cash. Store And owing to our well known system of SPOT CASH and ONE PRICE to every customer alike, we make infinitely U substantially what '71 friend of oura said tho othor day fur hla house burned and ho had No uao for you to talk io Insurance. Piat way; aeo Kennedy tho Insur- qco man. Mian .!:.. LOWER PRICES All Through Our Stocks. LitUo resolutions nroken nil, V wlUi A la tho uest of hor brother, Johnston, and family. IJIllan Johnston, of Ripley. Mako Uio great gleo resolutcr Happy as can bo. The Socialist vote cart In tho elections last November aggregated C12,- 07, a gain of 126.271 over tho voto Eczema, Ringworm, oast In tho presidential election In f'ttrr, chapped lianihi or lips. ,,ol,fl 1!)08. Tho most noteworthy gains opw ami all akin dwoaacfl nro oiiiok Onllfornln, from 28.C59 to r tured by tho ubo of Ur. IJoH'8 An- - wero In puc Salvo. 2CC a box at an uoniorn 18.819; In Connecticut, from r.,113 to creamy snow whlto ointment. 10,812. In lllliuiU, from 31,711 to In Now York, from 38,451 to MIrs Mary Annlo McDanicl left In ronnsyhnnln, from 33,913 to lia Mn.iM.. ti. ....... i. wUIiIth rrl- 4 Sunday for Howling Green whero sho ..... ai.i.xk ...... r.3.053. nml In, Wisconsin, from tlv. . .i m.i.. t ,.i ctmiiu .ii', ..mv Hu'lll'll will outer school. 'id I ulon city for a coiiplo of woekH to 39.GI7 boon nwny Mrs. G. L. Carpenter nnd Mrs. JenItush Ileovoa, who has for Uio post six yonrs, nie Itonoy nnd two children spoil tho from Illekmnn Dr. Dell's Antlieptlo Salvo Nashville, visiting rela-live- first of tho wwk with Hen Whlto A ... hm...1.Ihm 'n. tl'lllrll fl Is hero from fr.v.1 nnd family near Dorona. uch nt pimples,llvo la Indicated Bunpreach 'lacklicmlB, wirofl, chaps, ulcers. John KuAfloU and Calvin Kelllson, Itov. Spurgeon Wlngo will 'II ni nml nil Vln nff.wllnna. 2Cc nt ;'H drnlcra. tho Ilaptlst Church In Hickman. wero ench fined $D0 last week, on a at charge of stealing hoga from Jnko Sundny, Jnn. 29. bottom. es Plant In tho lowor Mrs .1 ii MiiiM If you want to purcliaso real Rtiml.iv for O. D. Moonoy bgun work last week Ntimiiio, Fla., trf visit her brother. tate seo M. D. Boaw. 'o will bo gono about six weeks. attend- on his now Tyler H C Helm nnd K. A Just southwest of E. E. Hooves Ful meeting Ask for Omea Flour. Nono hot- - ed Knights Templar on tho Dyorsburg road. tw.DotUjrsworUi A. Prathor. ton Friday night. x r, 49.-f.849,-B2- 9: 2S.-1Cs. It M. Inlor, wlfo and daughter. Mm. fio Dillon, Jcft Saturday night on ii4t to tholr Hon, Robert Isktr, In 'rwcoln, Kla. Harvoy Kf finger Is i tifirgo of tho oxpreas office hero unrig Mr. Islor'n absence. COME IN AND LOOK Mules for Sale. See Ellison Bros. Show Window.'. Atty. A. M. Tyler hod his faco slightly disfigured Monday, Uio result of an alcohol lamp blowing up. Tho Champ Clark is pleased with tha Injuries nro only slight, however. suggestion that tho next' Democratic national convention bo held In LouisTho bill for tho elecUon of United ville. States Sonalors by direct voto is said to be In gravo danger of defeat- - Tho Tho hobblo skirt is to bo followed opposition Is said to havo planned to this spring by tho "Harem skirt,"' a tack on a forco bill amendment In bloomer outfit like tho ladles oC tho hopo that tho DomocraUc Senat- Turkish harems wear. It Is mero'y ors will voto against tho measuro a pair of boggy1 trousers with tho. when it comes up for passage. legs rolled up at tho bottom, In soma Instances. Tho division of Uio skirt Manager C. L. Walker closed a deal Is low enough to act as a hobble. Inst' week for Uio purchase of 2,100 acres of Umbor land nt Winchester See Ellison Bros. Show Window. Shuto for tho Mcngol Hox Co. Thoro aro about 12,000,000 feet of timber Hlckmnn has a now amusement feaon tho tract. ture amateur negro boxers who maul each oUier to a frazzlo for tho What's tho matter with organizing of tho public. Thoy maka a pretty lawn club? tho Reno affair look llko thirty conts. C i i Sixty good work mules, from 3 to 8 years old, 15 to 16 hands high, In good flesh and hair; also a few good M. C. Hamilton, of Nowbern, Tcnn., mares; also a good Jack, 6 years old was hero on bimliuws Thursday. 14J2 hands high, also good saddle Mrs. Jenulo Honey nnd cldldron, stallion, 10 years old, all his colts of Fulton, nro tho guests of her sis-to- show: fine saddle qualities. The Jack breeds fine and large. Will take $500 Mrs. 0. L. Carjonter. for tho two. Also four pure, largo Seo Ellison Oros. Show window bono Berkshire boar pigs, two months old, prlco $10 each. this week. Will sell tho abovo stock reason able, for either cash or good note, payable next fall. Address J. F. & S. L. DODDS CO., Hickman, Ky, A lady In California, who Sri) ' I WiLlLH if tw'o-stor- real-donc- o, subscribed for tho Courlor, writes Schmidt tho tailor about his now Way no wardrobes, adding that sho Is a regular reader of tho Courlor and noticed Uio ad' In that papor. Tho Courier has' a wonderful circulation for a country papor. Sea Ellison Bros. Show Window. ( has nov-o- r ayne Cedar Paper Wardrobe ' Prices 65c to $1.50 Samples can be seen at Carl Schmidt's Tailoring Establishment. M ' i n i nl Mtf hit " -"- -- "- -" Don't Forget The Place ELLISON BROS. ratftfTTS TOHM-wlTIWDAYSaS! NT H 0 iM mm mMmhwFmmm TI' Don't Forget W . J - 1 X!- ' v FRIDAY SAlURirafc The Place ELLISON BROS, And the time And the time Wednesday Feb. 1st. Wednesday Feb. 1st Economy Sale was planned to save money for you just at a time when a saving means most. We shall feature of small wants that should be supplied right now, and the prices we are making are of particular interest to every woman who cares to save money. Many special bargains will be featured each day bargains from every department in the store. You will be especially interested in the hundreds of items that we are featuring at 5, 10 and 25 cents. Here is but a hint at the money-savin- g possibilities offered. Sale begins WEDNESDAY MORNDays, until Saturday night, Feb. ING, FEB. st, and continues for Remember these prices good only during sale. . THE 1 1 1 1 1 Very Special 5 and 10c Items We searched the markets for good thing for this sale, to sell at 5 and 0c, and we found them. Every item here is worth more, many of them worth 25c Besides the items quoted, we show hundreds more at these prices, and all worth 1 Dry GoodsSpecials Almost every item quoted is worth double the price asked Ladies all pure linen white Hcmstichcd Handker chiefs fine quality 5c Ladies fine Sea Island Hemstitched Handkc'fs 5c Ladies fine quality check Hemstitchd Hdkfs 5c Ladies fine Swiss Embroidered Hdkfs 5c Ladies Hemstitched Mourning Hdkfs 5c Very fine all pure linen Hemstitched Hdkfs 10c Pure linen Irish Meadow Bleach, check patterns, Hemstitched Hdkfs 10c Ladies fine quality Swiss Embroidered Hdkfs 10c Pillow Top Handkerchiefs 10c Boys and Girls 20c Hose, ex. qual., two pair for25c Boys and Girls 15c hose 10c Ladies 15c hose 10c Mens 15c Socks 10c Fine White Napkins, ready hemmed, size 20x20 10c Very fine white Damask Napkins, ready hemmed size 20x20 1 Very Special 25c Items Worth up to 50c each, bought specially for this Economy Sale. Beautiful quality blue and white cnnmclcd ware, white lined, 50 and 75c items, bought to sell for a quarter more. 17 Garden Hoes and Garden Rakes Full regular size, with long handles, just the thing for your garden, and instead of 25c or 50c, you buy them for 10c 8 inch Strap Hinges 5c 5c 8 inch Mill Files 12 inch Wash Pans 5c Black Japanned Cuspidors 5c 3 qt Enamel Milk Pans 5c 5c 6 qt deep Pudding Pans 5c Decorated Bread and Butter Plates 5c 8 oz. bottle Sewing Machine Oil 11 10c inch Enamel Bake Pans inch Enamel Lipped Sauce Pans 10c 7 inch Baking Dishes 10c 2 blade Pocket Knives, white and fancy handles 10c 3 pint Coffee Pots 10c 8 to 12 inch Steel Fry Pans, cold handles 10c Condiment Sets salt, pepper and toothpick holder, 10c with tray 10c Enameled Chambers . -2 qt. Dish Pans, 17 inches in diameter, blue and white enamel, white lined, heavy quality, worth 75c 25c Pails, blue and white cnarncl, white lined, heavy quality, regular 65c bucket 25c 10 qt. Covered Berlin Kettle, blue and white enamel, white lined, regular ,25c 50c Enameled Tea Kettle 25c 50c House Brooms ,25c Farmers Special 14 qt Galvanized Stock Pails, 50-ccnt- cr 12 qt. worth 50c 25c 15c 11 Large Size Utility Bowls Special Whitewash Brush One gallon Oil Can 6 qt. Enamel Milk and Pudding Pans Heavy Steel 25c Curry Combs -- 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c Unusual Values In Household Necessities. 15c Etched Tumblers, per set Japanese China Cups and Saucers, per set 1.00 15c Zinc Washboards Special 12 qt. Galvanized Pails 15c And the greatest bargains ever shown in Chinaware 10c and Glassware at, per piece Round Doilies 5 and 10c Finest of white linen Damask Napkins, large size, ready hemmed 25c Towels, 56-in- . long 10c Damask Towels, with knotty fringe 10c Fine bleached Huck Towels, hemmed, hemstitched and fringed, beauties, at .10c Bleached Turkish Towels, large size and heavy, extra quality, 25c values 10c 25c Hat Pins, 25c Brooches, 25c Jabot Pins 25c Sash Pins, 25c Collar Pins, the newest. 10c Paper Pins lc Shoe Laces, a doz. 10c Hair Pins lc 10c Pearl Buttons 5c 5c 10c Cabinet Hair Pins 10c 15c Side Combs "Red Cross" Human Hair Rolls 10c Sanitary Invisible Hair Nets, in sealed tubes 10c . . . Enormous Size Glss3 Pitchers, extra heavy, beautiful patterns and brilliant finish, equal to cut glass in appearance, worth 50c ,25c FIRST QUALITY BLUE AND WHITE ENAMELED WARE White Lined, Every Piece Worth much More. 5 and 6 qt. lipped sauce pans 25c , 4 qt covered kettles 4 qt. covered stratght pots 4 qt seamless saucepans 6 handled bake pans FANCY MEAT DISHES Cake Stands and Salad Bowls, worth 50c qt 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c Tbe Regal Steel Range The best Range made You can pay SCO for a range but you cannot get one that will cook better or more economically than The Regal low-price- d 25c Barettes Ladies Elastic Belts Ladies, Misses and Childrens Hose Supporters Ladies Sateen Pad Hose Supporters Mens 50c Suspenders . , 10c 10c 25c 10c Full Nickel Plated Trimmings, High Warming Closet, Galvanized Reservoir, Top, Large Size Oven, Side Feed Door, Burns Coal or Wood. le 25c Sold oa Instalment!. The Darling Cook Stoves Are unquestionably the best on the market. We are carrying too big a line, and to reduce them we offer during this sale any Darling Cook Stove in stock at BOX StOVeS--Fo- r LARGE SIZES Wood We have just twelve of these, the regular price of which was $6.50, $7.00 and $8.00. We offer them to close at 6 Side of any r.te Honeyxnoon Ccnler 2oers and machine onDrawers. The $60 Sewing 'the market. Full Ball Bearing Sewing Machines equal Price io Per Cent Discount 60 feet Galvanized Clothes Line 50 feet Linen Clothes Line Brass Extension Curtain Rods 25c Box of Paper 4-ply $5.00 and $5.50 10c 10c 10c 10c 25c Padlocks Wall Mirrors $3 down and $1 a week will buy one of th ese fi nc oewing machines, (guaranteed 10 years. 10c 10c 10c Blue and White Enameled Ware, white lined Preserve Kettles, Wash Basins, Puddinc Pans Bake Pans, Lipped Sauce Pans, Windsor Dippers , 10c 10c XOc Aluminum Enamil Liquid Silver Paint ..10c Razor Hones.. Ellison Bros. rk XAh. V- Variety Store ti. JJ Sh oes Sh oes Sh oes Ai Apoloogtfc Chaise or nirid NOTHING GOOD IN DIMNESS. 8tore Which Display Merchandise Under Bright Illumination I the One Whloh Makes Money For It Enterprising Owner. m AT Too much rain. RIVER: rising. Sunday. RANDOM Sun25.1 M Farls Nalfeh is In Fulton today. 8eo Ellison Bros. Show Window. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Mooro went to Villa RIdgo, Ills., Friday. The stock of shoes that I have are composed of quality that is equal to price. Edwin Clapp Fine Shoes and the Brown Five Star Shoes in a medium priced shoe. You will be able to find any kind of a shoe that you are looking for if you will call at H. E. CURLIN'S The Shoe Store More New Books, It will no doubt bo of ln(t)Pt to tho public to know that n complete set, consisting of twciity-flvvolumes of Lho works of Mark Twain, Anion cam forvmoal humorist, ha Juat betn iuIiIioJ to tlio CarnoKl" Library. Can crniing Mark Twain, President Tnft mid, ' Murk Twain gate) pleaauri l lnlillectiul onjoymaht to lull Hoik, and IiIm work will continue to Klu such pleasure to nillllona yet to come He never wrotu a lino Uat a father could not rwid to a daugh Iit Ilia humor waa American, but 1h wom nearly n taucti appreciated by Eugliahuitin and people of oilier counirliM aa by IiIh own countrymen Ho litut mado an enduring part of American lllornturu.' Ilia works nro not only humorous, but entertaining and UmtruoUvo, o n-n- BEEF TRUST ATTORNEYS. W, 8. Kenyon Fight For Government! John Miller Defende Paeker aiHrS "Let your light shlno before men," tho good ltook says In advising men to live spiritual lives. Tho words are written flguruUvcly, and tho advlco Is good considered from on ethical viewpoint It Is good also If Uie words are taken at their literal moaning. "Let your light shlno1 boforo men" If you uru a buslueHH man and desire trade Light up your store windows, inako a show, and tho show will inako business for you. Hnvo you ever watched a crowd of folks out strolling on a flno evening? They stop to look Into tho store windows, nnd tho thing which attracts them nnd which brings them In to buy Is tho light displaying every pleco of good to the l)08t ndvnntngo. Tho well lighted store gets tho trade. Tho dim window attracts nolKxly and makes no prosperity for its unenterprising owner. This Is not an advertisement for nny system of lighting. Any Is good which lets tho folks see what It is you hnve I urJ to rnll.tilm MHul)e." nnd woft to sell. Tho windows of a store nro At him with merry quip nnd Jmt; I'd tny, "Your chin nMl wlplnit off. like tho face of a man. If they are And tell him to pull down hi VfL bright nnd shining nnd hnppy looking And that yen, brother, that waa when they seem to rndlato prosperity and I did not drenm of thla rumorna Tet I viu wnlklnic Idly then; good feeling nnd naturally tend to I In drove behind a trotting horse. dntw tho pennies nnd tho dollars out of tho pockets of tho passcrsby. If I ummI to nay that It wiu nd Tlernutn he could not live In town. they nre gloomy or lowering or dull or Where things wero nlwnya briuht and dingy or unnttrncUvo they repel cusalad tomers nnd fall to bring Into tho pock And care an nMy thlna to drown. ets of their owner tho shekels for And eren then he had a phono To oliat with nelxhbor far or near; which ho In In business. Get busy, My aluaa Into the alot were thrown lljjht up your windows, make a show A hired recelred at my ear. nnd notice how quickly trado will Tet, none the lee. I pitied htm brighten up. Lighting bills nre a small You ee, I Judced him on the trR Item In comparison with tho profits to Where he wu ahown all lank and llm. ease. Iks mado by displaying your goods Wllh whltker like the Well, when I'd aot a hor to drive. brightly nnd nttrncUvely. It (fnvo me eomethlng of a Jar Hpcnklug on this subject, a magaTo have him whin paat In hi 'nre," zine devoted to tho Interests of ono With li aueeta In the roomy car. method of lighting snld recently: And mi I tvld tny rmtd and think "In theso days of progress and ImOf all the Joke I used to make. provement tho up to dnto merchant Of how I'd nod my head and wink must realize that to keep abreast of Anil peak of him as 'Country Jnker Why when I've arel my aoanty dtmea tho times It becomes necessary for And bouaht an auto 'tl In vain wlnd-toeeo- d Will Ilarnos was in Union City day. Guage at Cairo reads WEATHER: Cloudy with rain to S. E. Uostlc, ago 8C, died at Wlngo, day; Friday clear and colder. See Ellison this week. Miss Gladys HcnUiol left Sunday Bros. Show window for Howling Green to attend school. U. S. and II. A. Whlto are vlsiUng their brother near Murphysboro, Ills., Horn Monday night to tho wlfo of this week. Paul Reynolds, a flno boy. V.l Mlsa Hazel Johnson has roturned A, I. Owen, of McKonzIo, was hero from a visit to rolaUves and friends fow days this week on business. a In Memphis. L. I Ellison loft Tuesday night for Mrs. Eda Rico and Mrs. Turner, of St. Louis on a short business trip. Woodland, visited Mrs. S. K. David Miss Dottlo Davidson Is tho guest son this week. of hor father, Dr. S. K. Davidson, In Memphis. Mrs. W. W. A. Holcombo. spent Tuesday with tho family of LOST: Tuesday In Hlckmnn, - It is said that tho peach crop in this section wns killed by tho re Hall, of Union City cent cold weather. C. silro-tur- n ver bolt bucklo with rose design; to Uils office. lc Dr. II. E. Prathor and Frank Von Hordes spent Tuesday and Wednes day at Reelfoot Lako. C. S. Patterson Is crowing about killing a C months old hog this week David Graham Phillips, novelist, that weighed 200 pounds. was shot nnd killed by a socialist Alfred G. Roberson, a well known hi New York Monday. Mayfleld carpenter, was found dead Miss Llnnle Threlkcld has return In his-beSunday morning. ed to Woodland after a two weeks A number of our local attorneys visit to Harry Threlkeld and wlfo. nnd county officers aro attending cirMr. nnd Mrs. Joo. Moss and daugh- cuit court at Fulton Uils week. ter, Mrs. Hcrry Duncan and Mrs. S. W. E. Richardson, of Nashville, and A. Hrown, nil of Union City, attend wedding hero Mrs. L. C. James, of Paris, Tenn., ed tho Carpenter-Sha- w visited Mrs. Josephine Helm, on Troy Tuesday night. avenue, last week . Miss Ruth Klmbro, of Hickman, Wo can't help liking tho man who nnd MIsh Naomi Walston, of Crutch-fielare In the city spending a fow thinks that 1911 Is going to be a days at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. better year In Hickman Uian 1910. Optimism Is a grand thing. IJ. R. Now'port. Fulton Leader. i I I To dream upon thoeo comlnff tlmeo. For then he'll have an aeroplane! Bo, here's to you, my farmer friend There never wm a "Huhe" or "W," We've Jum to comprehend That It la you who whltsea by In the dtsturhlna; cloud of duet That mock and overwhelm u thus. Thouah In our little Jokca dlscusned. You've always kept ahead of ua. n News From Gayce, Mrs, Mntt Iloydson Is visiting Mra. Geo I''wlit this wvek. KlimiiiMi "i' WRLIi 8m Ellison this week. Bro. Show window ""i iii-'i'i- "' ' Z32 FnUIT-BUSH- 'S Miss Aiuile Johnson Is visiting Mrs. Ixin Nnylor, nt Hlckmnn. Store-BreakerACaught. MHIITKD AXD ABIUNOED WINDOW. sBBBLBBLVrlBBfe H80?bbHv " aBBBBJaaBBBBH Quarterly was held hero Monday by Hov. Kreomnn. UHM-tln- Marnhnl John Wright last nlKht caught tlio boy wanted nt WnUT Vnlk'y for burglarizing a general merchandise store at that place obout twni weeks ngo. Mr. Coiuplxrfl, proprietor of tho store, canio and Idontl fk-Uio boy and Mr. Wright carried him hack to Water Vnlloy today. Tho young man's nanio la Crass ami belong to a good family. When taken In custody, ho had a part of tho goods which wna niltwod from tho atoro. Ho haa boon employed by tho Carpenter Shaw. Mongol llox Co. for thrry weeks, and slipped off to Wulor Valloy, commit-ttx- l tlio alleged orlmo and returned Mian llna O. Cnrpontcr and Hnnnn to work agnln. At Uila placo ho man- CJ Shaw wore mnrrlcil nt the homo of some sho"H and of tho brfdo'a lutrontfl, Mr. and Mra. aged to clothing which was taken on Uio Vol CtiriMintor, on Troy nvonuo, on haul. Ttivsday nteht at 0 o'clock, Hov. Q. W. Wilson offlclnUug. Immedlatoly niter Uio coromony easy tonus No. 100 Will Bull on rosldanco on Troy ave. tho happy young couple loft for n a ulco nig lot, ooncroto walks, cistern, otc. nliort Htay In St. Iula. Tlie nttendantfl woro II. E. Curlln IMaco can bo had for J 100 less than nnd MLsb llonnlo Cnrixmter, Ouy Hnlo owner paid, which was paid boforo Como, Improvement!! woro mado. Good rea- and Mlt Iulno Cannon, of play-Mltw. Tho wedding march wrw sons for nulling. Inquire nt Courier by Vim. Joo Moss, of Union City, office I.llllnu Jolinston, of Illploy, nnd Ml Tonn., ang "All TJmt I AHk of You ItEAL ESTATE for salo. Boo M. Is Lovo" and "I Lovo You Truly." II. Sbavr. Tlio wedding wo nulot. only a fow to any you friends of tho contracting parties beOur 25c coffco la equal over bought at 56 to 40c. notters-wort- h ing pruswnt, tho coromony simple nnd Ward McClellnn lias boon very sick with tnvanles but Is Improving. Mr nnd Mrs. J. J. Sony attended quarterly mooting hero Monday. Norn Nnylor and Ikxlsy Dondurant nro visiting relatives In Hickman. him to use up to dnto methods of doing business nnd. If possible, to keep Just nhead of hi nelghlior. "The question of storo lighting Is of supremo Importnnco when ono considers the thousands of men nnd women who In tho evenings tnko Uiclr families or stroll alone through tho lighted Mlssfl ritJUnl day-- Myrn and Zomn Mh Em Johnson Sccarco sovoml thoroughfare making their purchases. Often they nro undecided as to Just what they desire, nnd nntnrnlly they are drawn to tho store that makes It a point to present Its wares most "No one ever cares to gnzo Into n gloomy or dimly lighted store. It Is last weok. James A. Rood, Democrat, was T. T. Swnyno, druggist and capital U. S. Senator from Missouri ist, of Hickman, was a visitor horo Sunday. He was accompanied by by tho legislature on Tuesday to sucMrs. Swnyno, who caino to visit Mrs ceed Senator Warner, Republican. Fopo Herring. Union City Commer Mrs. J. W. Blind left today for cial. Robinson, Ills., to visit her sister, Serving on Uio Juries this week Mrs. J. II. Allen. She was accompanat Fulton are Uio following Hickman-ltes- : ied a part of Uio way by Mr. Bland. 11. C. Stubbs, Joo Hallard, Ed It Is by no means certain that tho Allon. W. D. Hushart, W. L. Helm, proposed Joint debates between SenU. C. Stubbs, J. J. Seay nnd J. C. ator McCreary and Congressman Hondrex. Johnson will bo held. There is a Marvin Hughltt, president, and W. hitch in Uio arrangements of prelimD. Cantillon, general manager, of Uio inaries. Chicago Northwestern Railroad, nro Tlio suit filed by the "wets" of In Uio city in their private car, 'Uiu guests of Mr. Oantllloiv'tt brother, Joe, Fulton contcsUng the local option held In that city last fall, waa and Col. S. L. Dodds. They will promptly dismissed by Judgo Reed spend sovcral days at tho club house Tuesday. Ho saw no grounds whaton Reelfoot Lake. ever for a contest. O. W. Hendricks, who was owner Gov. Hooper of Tennessee was of tho steamer City of McGregror, yesterday. Ho Is tho first Cairo's MIssIsslp River ferry, says Republican governor to occupy that that ho will not put in another boat 30 years. Gov. Pat' in placo of the McGregror which was chair In tho past torso n closed his term of offlco by landrecently burned nt her Missouri ing. Mnybo there Is somo truth In Issuing pardons to 17 convicts. W. A, Hlnshaw's claim that tho ferry Everybody Invited to attend Uio rebusiness Is not nil peaches and cream. vival now going on over Wright's Friday evening, Miss Florenco Barry entertained a number of school friends. Refreshments wore served. Tho guests woro Misses Ruth Walker, Clols Ledford, Lily Hackett, Chrls-tln- o and Miriam Luten, Swan Nay-lo- r, Sarah Winn McConnell, Mary Klmbro nnd Hazel Whlttleson, Messrs. Chester Dames, Lon Naylor, Edward Rico, Arnett Hendrex, McKeo Johnson, Dan Hrlggs, Dolbert Choato and Jack Barnes. Into tho Kansas legislature requires chorus girls to have skirts reaching six Inches below tho patella wliatovor that Is Bays Uio Springfield Union. Why an editor who Is knee high to n duck ought to know what n patella Is. It Is a kind of npotheclum In Unchens, which Is oblculnr, flat and sessllo, and has a special rim not a part of the thnlus. if you don't bellovo It, look In Uio dictionary and see. A bill Introduced ' i a, dleo d Walter Edmlslon left Monday for tho warm, brilliant aspect presented his homo in Scoohn, Miss., nftor vis- by n well lighted store thnt attracts the public and Increases Uie purchasiting relatives hero. ing jMiwer tenfold. In nny lnrgo city Arrlngton 1slted Miss- It can Ih noticed that tho majority of Miss Volora night pntronlzo tho stores us Ethel nnd Lillian Edmlstnn nnd peoplo at that nro located on tho sldo of tho Dob Aloxnnder lost week. street or uvenuo thnt Is most lighted. It Is n common sight to see ono sldo Miss JojwIo Wall nnd Uoone Jolin-soof an avenue crowded while tho other won tho prizes nt tho tacky side Is almost empty, duo to tho fnct tuirty given by Miss Mnry Allco that tho well lighted stores attract. Johnson, Monday night. "Somo tlmo ago It was said that scientific salesmanship wns the best asSovcral from Cnyco nttendwl tho set n merchant possessed, but nowtacky party at Jordan Friday night adays It Is different. Tho Interest d mid Miss Lillian Edmiston nnd Franco by well lighted goods neatly displayed Is fnr more productive than llrown carried off tho prlres. any other method used, tho object being to first Interest tho customer, after which the salu is nssured." n ere-nte- grocery In West Hickman. Tho services nro being conducted by I. M. Hodden, E. P. Wright and Mr. Need-liaIn Uio interest of tho Church, of God. Flro destroyed tho big stock of furniture at Union City, Monday night, wlilcli formerly belonged to Uio Ligon Furniture Co., but was recently by a stock company. Wo nro unablo to get further particulars. Tho concern had ono stockholder In Hick- pur-clias- ed i Miss Annlo May Davis, tho M tM Likes Home Circle. Jordan, Ky., Jnn. 21, '11. & Prathor. iHxuillful. Mrs. Shaw Is olio of Illckmiin's poj). ulir young Indies, accomplished and senslblo. Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Spc. Jit Courier OfIce. See samples. Mr. Slinw Ih very lwpulnr In Hickman, nnd ono of tho leaders of tho youngor wit. Tho Courlor oxtonds wingrntulaUoiih. See Ellison this week. Dros. 8how window aAAaaaaaaaa') we0 Tlmt CnnL II. E. l'oary camo with It pays to pay cash for your coal. if. mllos of tho north polo nearA. A. Farls. enough to establish his claim of havIni? liwm at tho oxnet spot Is tho Earl Edmonds was In Dyorshurg ileclslon of tho house committee on Sunday. affaire, which has been considItcflpcctfully, naval ering tho bill to rotlro Cnpt. IVmry A Header. with tho rank of rear admiral. Tlio MIbs Leila Shaw was hero from majority report of tho committee recFOR SALE: Good milk cow with Stnto Lino this wcek.theguest of Mrs. l'eary bo retired with ommended Uiat young calf. Mra. J. L. Ambers. 3o T. A. Ledford. tho rank of rear admiral, In Mr. Editor: Sevornl times lostyoar felt a desire to, toll you how much nppreclnted the Homo Circle Col umn, hut deferred nnd time rolled on, lho words wore not spoken, nnd tho year Is gone. Tims It often Is In life wo fall to sponk tlio words of encoumgoment somo sad heart Is longing to hear, nnd at tho end of their dreary Jour ncy, when Uio last heart throb la over, wo como with our sweetest flowers and place them on tho cold, pulseless form. May tho year 1911 bo one In which wo weave more gnrlands to place upon tlio brow of tho living. Wish Uio Hickman Courier success, nnd that you may conUnuo tho Homo Circle Column, I remain, I I Trading at home mean life to Sending your money elsewhere means stagnation and death. a town. " ', . ... ,f .f. ...A Jt.A, it. ........I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrfVT ......., girl, who was fatally burned Christmas, nt tho Graves county poor farm, died Saturday morning as tho result of tho Injuries received. A fow days beforo Christmas slui went Into a room and while standing In front of tho flro placo deliberately sot flro to hor dress nnd nt the Bama tlmo saying "sho was going to bum herself for Christmas." .1 ..... ... ... ... if'i "Please Help Clean Streets." Tho iHMird of public works of Knox-vlllTonn., has hnd n largo number of "cleanup" placards printed for the City Itcnutlful league to be given to tho ward chairmen for distribution. The plaenrds read: "Will you please help make our city clean, healthful and beautiful by observing the ordlnnnco against spitting on tho sidewalks and throwing papers and other trash In the streets? Ity request of tho women of Knoxvllle." e, ii I I I I NOTICE For the convenience of the public you may obtain the use of the Cumberland and Home Phones at H. E. CURLIN'S Cumberland Home I H H H m (i 195 65 M RIFLE ASSOCIATION. VX Incorporation Asked by Men Who Have High Ideals In Mind. Jill CAPT. HENRY BUCHANAN CALLED TO REST. Prominent Retired Merchant, Capitalist and Veteran of Three Wars Answers Final Summons at Age of 87 Years. Brass Band Leads Funeral Procession. f "Vfir3 ed "bo promote and encourago tho patriotic spirit of tlio young men of Kentucky and moro especially to encour-ag- o thorn In practicing tho uso of tho military riilo and revolver," and it has tho right, under Its articles, to acquire and hold property, to solicit prizes, medals, cups and subscriptions and to bold moots and tournaments for competition In rlflo and revolver shooting. Gov. Wffieon, members of the state guard and civilians generally will bo aeked to affiliate with the association, and if proper encouragement is given H one of its first Important objects will bo to hold a shooting tournament on tho rifle range of tho stato militia at Orell, near Louisville, at which prizes, trophies and cupa will bo given for individuals, company and regimental teams, clubs and other organizations, and tho etato teams of all of tho Southern States will also bo invited to stop at the tournament on their way to the national ehoot at Camp Parry, 0., and particlpnto in an championship team match. irater-Souta-e- Frankfort Articles of Incorporation havo boon lodged with tho oecro-tarof stato for tho Kentucky Stato Mflo association, as organization form- y (lip w JUDGE WISE. Duslness Philosopher. "Some bad tongues are caused by sour stomachs, some by bad bargains, says the Judge. Steer clear of the latter by patronizing the Hlckmai Drug Co. for anything In the druj line. Prescriptions a specialty. No. 103 Tho man who wants a r 'denro close to the bnslnitm part town will do well to see us about residence that can l uire bought cheap. Uil G4xl32; conir walks, good cistern, eta Kasy tern Courier office, ' , r W3 GO TO HIGH PLACE. w IP With tho dawn of tho Sabbath be full of Interest were It consistent 22. the spirit of Henry with our plan, or even jiOMlblw to them." IluchaiMiu took its flight to that land from whence no traveler over return Co II of the 9th Kenluaky was one Ollle James, Cordoll Hull, of marking the oioee of nu eventful caof the most notable of the many galTennessee, and Lincoln Dixon, of Inreer lant boys In gray furnbthvd by the diana. Of Ollle James Uttlo need bo told. Ho is rounding out his eighth The Infirmities of old age contrib- Blue grass state. In Iks personnel year of service in tho house, and has uted largely to his demise. Pew men were bauken, lawyers, doctors, colbeen elected for his fifth term. of th same age possassod as much lege professors, wlHletera, posRtclaii vitality as did this pioneer clllsen. and newxpap.H' men. but whon the threads of energy beAt the close of the war Mr. Iluoh-anagan to snap a few weeks ago he sank mme to Hickman to clerk for rapidly Until three months ago. ho When you are sick enough to need John Millet, and rumor ha It that was a familiar figure on our streets; medicine, do not try to doctor yourself. his capital at that period amounted his strong personality and jovial to 11.10; his career stnee that time Go to a good physician and let him won for him a place In the manner has been an 0en book. In which he hearts of old and joung nltkt Only who ruiM may read honeety. Industry prescribe the proper medicine. Then a utiort Unto ago deceased and hi and economy. Ily the exercise of be sure to have that prescription corseed wife celebrated a wedding anni- these virtues, coupled with rare busirectly compounded. versary and one would have tkouRHt it to ness JeiUiaent, he soon acquired they were the yeuwteat couple In at- prominence In Helm Sr Ellison's and the medithe eowwunliy, Woam oldtendance, altkottfh they were the owner of tw Intel tie wtatrv he clerk cine you get will be the finest which est cJllsene of Hickman ed, was sueeumiively the president of can possibly be prepared according to three banks of lllckumn. nttd at the Henry Buchanan was born In that prescription, Helm & Ellison uses Pa.. March St. ISH, making lime of his death was preiMdeiit of only pure drugs of standard potency. hla ao SO years nnd 10 muntlta lie Die Partners & Merchants Hank, oae the etty'e leading tanking tnstliu-UoKrvw to manhood In the slat of New of He retired from buelness sevYork Prom early manhood kta ea rner was akin to all early settlor of eral years age, and together he nnd OLLIE M. JAMES. Congressman from First District of the west full of ncUvIty, travel and his wife enjoyed the frulla of hie Kentucky. romance He knew our country in business eareer. Ills life and deeds In this connection it is interesting ltn crude and undeveloped state; Its atong our own people U too well to note that the now chairman of tho border warfares nnd primitive meth- known to be retold. committee, Hon. Oscar Underwood, of ods Among the living, he was a TO CONVERT OBJECTIONABLE Doeemsed la survived by Rki wife Alabama, is a former resident of A LESSON FROM GERMANY. link between this Henerallon nnd nnd a brother. Chiis. Ihichannn, of PLACE INTO PLAYGROUND Louis villa Uiose of the old New Hog In ml reSt I.ouIb, n slater. Mr. Moore, of Streets Made Subject to Town's gime. Were it powslblo to Impart New Jersey; aleo a nephew. Minim NATIONAL GUARD INSTRUCTION. Growth. Washington Seeking Aid of Congress horo tho changes be had witnessed, Moore, of Huff ale, and a nelee, Mrs A lesson can be taken by any town In Obliterating Willow Tree Alley. tho story would be valuable and full Virginia Welngea, of Jersey City Gov. Wlllson's Plan to Bo Put Into from German methods as regards of 'charm. Practice. width of streets. In the inner sections Punoral servleee were held at 2 The District of Columbia commis of towns, gome of which are many Ho was a survivor and hero of o'clock Tuewlay arouse Frankfort. To Interest centuries old. one naturally finds many sioners, with the cooiMiration of tho afternoon nt the fam among tho officers and men of tho narrow streets, but whenever a new Washington chapter of tho Amorlcnn throo wars, and in peaceful pursuits Ily resldenco by Rev. O. W. Wllwrn Kentucky National Guard, Gov. Will-so- n street is laid out ground of sufficient Institute of Architects, will endeavor has woven the woof of Industry In The attendance was largo nnd man) has authorized the adjutant gen- wldih is purchased by the community to obtain from congress an appropria- many callings In many states. were unable to get In the house eral's office to put into effect the fol- to sutilee for the noxt 100 years, tak- tion of il'JSiJOOO to convert Willow fighting was In border The services eooeteted of a son. Ills first Tree alley nnd surroundings Into a lowing plan: Tho selection of a com- ing Into account increase of trnlUc. warfare, when as a young man he "Iad Kindly IJKht," reading of petent instructor, accompanied by a Tlilx scenis for the first years liko playground Willow Tree alley Is a section of fought ngnltutt the Rogue River In Scripture nnd prnyer by Rev Wilson, United States army sergeant, to visit an extravagance to purchase more each command In tho stato for three property than is Immediately needed, southwest Washington which tho Dis- dians, In distant Oregon. Hack to and "Tho Old Camp Oround" sung Bights, and to pay the officers and men but In practice this is not true, for tho trict government, as well ih the sev- tho Moxican War sevjra a long lapse by a male quartette According to a small amount to cover their ex- Btroet is Inld out with n width at first eral civic and patriotic societies, sup- of years, and all but a few of those an expressed wish of Mr Huchannn. penses for each instruction. Tho com- required, ns well as the sldewnlki, ported by thousands of Individuals, who participated In that struggle tho Hlckmnn brass band marched at pany commanders will be allowed to while the remaining gronnd is rented has endeavored to havo removed for havo answered tho last roll call; yet the head of Uie funeral procession years Buildings of a cheap typo lln5 designate a man to clean and care for to the house owners to be utilized for both sides of the narrow passageway. ho was at Ilucna Vista with the gal- playing patriotic airs. After a fow front gnrdens. tho arms at a salary. The alley Is considered tho worst of lant Zachnry Taylor, when B.COO A- - remarks by Rev. Wilson at the grave This method is required by law; othmerlcans routed a horde of 22,000 ai"' while the hand played "Nearer erwise they alio owners) could not ob- Its kind In J ho District. DELEGATES APPOINTED. Tho Illustration shows the plan of Mexicans under Santa Anna tain the licence for building, and by He My God to Thee." tho remains, clad Gov. WlllBon has appointed as delethis method the city ndmlnlstruUon tho proposed Improvement. The sec- served nil through the war with Mex In Confederate uniform, woro consigngates to tho Soutborn Commercial tion of the square which the natlonnl ed to their lasting resting place In ico with gallantry and distinction. congress, to be held in Atlanta, Ga. receives a conddcrnblo sum for this apparently waste space. The roads the City Cemetery. Tho floral trib9 and 10, 1911: Capt. Gcorgo March 8, look pretty, and the ground is When the tocsin of war soundod ute was especially noteworthy, bolnrf C. Norton, Logan C. Murray, Col. A. thus available time for Uie groat strife botwoen the North one of the most gorgeous ever disII. Egan, Judgo Alex. P. Humphrey, A. crease of at any requires whenever Intraffic widening of and tho South, he was a prosperous played on like occasions. The pall Judgo William G. Dcaring, V. Ford, streets. England and other conmerchant at IajuIbvHIo, but the stern bearers were all formorly In the emGilbert S. Cowan, William A. Robin- servative In alarm quickly summoned him to the ploy of Mr. Buchanan whan ho wns son and Col. Harry WelsBlnger, all of bought of countries the property is n width sufficient for presLouisville; Hdnry L. Martin, Midway; ent needs, front. Ho enlisted In Co. II., th In tho mercantile business Messrs. nnd when, several years Johnson N. Camden, Versailles; John later, tho thoroughfare has to bo widKentucky Confedornto Infnntry, and U P. Ellison. C. 0. Smith, W. II F. Hagor, Ashland; Gcorgo C. Atkin- ened additional space must be purserved through tho prolonged Btrug-gl- Ilaltzor, W. 8. Ellison, Cuo Throlkeld. son, Earllngton; C. U. McElroy, Bowl- chased at an with marked gallantry. Ho was U. C. Rico, Clarence Henry and J A excessive cost, as In tho ing Green, L. J. Crawford, Newport; meantime the vnluo of property elected second lloutennnt Oct. 18th, Thompson. has Covington; D. Gray Fal- greatly increased. W.1I. Mackoy, 18C1, nnd was April 26th, coner and R. C. Stoll, Lexington. With tho passing of Mr. Buchanan, 1802 Ho was promoted to first nontenant In 18C2. Fought nt Vlcksburg, tho community loses a good citizen Secretary of Stato Bru-nc- r Frankfort. PLAYOIIon.ND WITHIN nLACR LINKS, Iiaton Rouge, Hnrtstillu, Stono RIv-o- He was our friend, and It Is with is calling tho attention of corpora- J atThe money which circulates home is the blood of the town. T IN (TJ.TKH tions to violations of Section C71, of Jackson, Chlckamnuga, Mission deep rugret that we sny farewell. Don't bleed your neighbors and capital would have converted Into a Rid go, Rocky Face Oap and Rosacn; tho Kentucky statutes, which provldos yourself by sending elsewhere Penco to his ashos. ' plnjgrmmd for the southwest Is In- from Rosnca to Atlanta; at Poach for tho designation of an agent upon for goods. may bo Ecrvcd. A pencluded within tho dotted lines. whom process H"H"H"-M"!"M"-MTreo, Intrenchmont, nnd Utoy Crooks, Tho en pi til I of the tmtlnn Is usually alty is provided for carelessness. days at Jonesboro. Seo Ellison Dros. Show window looked to for suggestions by other and both Warning la given merely to protect statmunlclimlltW those who have overlooked this "After tho brigade was mounted ho this week. See Ellison Bros. Show window Progressive cities nnd towns through- was placed ute. In command of a company this week. John Harry will Joavo' In a few out the country can well hold the nato mako his homo. tion's capital ns a model which they of scouts, and continued In that ser- days for St. Frankfort. Charles Howard, 21, can follow The converting of this vice until Decombor 18C1, after which was convicted for the murder of Ed AH Btores woro closed Tuosdny af olijectloiuil section of an otherwise ho was somotlme with tho dismountWill Barnes Is back from OklahoRice, white, hero last August, and sen ternoon out of roBpcct to II. Buoh-ana- beautiful place will be studied thought- ed mon, and then took part in tho ma, where ho has boon for tho past tenced to be electrocuted. year. fully by enterprising municipalities closing engagements." nnd porhups even copied by mnny. In police court this wcok tho folMiss Loulso Cannon, of Como. If you really want to help your Whllo this skoloton record shows See Ellison Bros. Show window lowing woro fined $ 11. CO each on a town, get rid of tbu ugly spots. tho principal engagements participat- Miss., camo to Hickman this wook to this week. chargo of breach of tho peaco: Wal-to- r attend tho wedding. ed In by Mr. Duchnuan, ho bolng Holland, C. Vanco, Ed Evans, Jno desirous of and Inactlvo sorvlco, Gov. Wlllson gets nftor Uio officials T If you got a bluo mark on tho up- Provow and Will Gllbort, tho latter The mail order houses earn V it by no moans recounts the mnny per right band corner of your Cour-lo- r a negro. millions each year. Isn't it time X skirmishes, sorties, etc., In which ho of Shelby county for not preventing to givo your neighbor a chance? a lynching, but falls to oxplatn Just this week. It means that your took part. subscription has expirod. Renow at Tho masquerndo ball, which was how it waa Hint a mob strung up a Soveral dnrtng scouts wero mado man In tho Capitol City Itself, right once if you don't want the paper to havo been pulled off tomorrow night, has been postponed on account during the war by small parties un under tho noso of tho mighty "I nm," stopped. of tho death of H. Buchanan, until Standard garden seed of every do- - der Lieut. II. Buchanan and other of- Auguo'ue tho First, scriptlon at Bottcrsworth & I'rather'fl. ficers, the particulars of which would Back to tho Soil. Seo Ellison Bros. Show Window. Friday night, Fob. 3rd. Kentucky Much Interested In National Ways and Means Committee. Frankfort. Throe nwrnbora of tho low Ways and Means committee of tho house are well known to Kerrtuck-la- n w . morning, Jan. Allen Moore, of Frlnrs Point w broufttit the remains of his broth Walter Moore, hen last week turned Friday He was accomitnn home by his nephew, Howard M Who has been working nt Jou. ' severs I wveks IVople of Cklenflo havo Just b Riven Walt mtlrkm Idblee Wi a tliftd lo nete that the Idea of lag all the bible to the foreign '. iIihh U jteleg out of practice Prescribed Medicine at IKMM pfcK-M- n The postal (wvlaga Iwinks are p ty well scattered throughout thr H. now, but there Is no reason believe that the)- - will eommon as wnather bureaus I 3 tiring It tmyn U be truthful; rertntiilr deea. 1 leery Youteey laid the tru Mmhh Ike 0i4m murder, and k'3 Mfe soot or la Ike pn. Caleb 1 a em nets a terw In Cowtmw K A Umd and Mr (llatls of S Madrid, wre here Thurwlay a PHday oa buMnemi with C 1. Walk liar-rtseur- g. k and hotr WANTED: A good glrl or boy. Good wagr Referei: required. Mrs. It T. Tyler. If Something new, aomothliig dttf HELM & ELLISON eat -- Wayne Cellared Paper Wnrdr. an entirety new Uilog. Its about Ix)t Kennedy &ce today. A. A. A ' & & Urns for another fire write you some Insur It pays to pay cash for your cos' Faris. l.ln 8haw was here from 8U Monday M Konnedy for Insurance. ! ,''nc-- i VEGETABLES PRODUCE c. ii. moohe FRUITS Progressive Ctiizens. In fact everyone these days, socks to savo tlmo and tho tclephono Is tho greatest Umessvor that has ever been Invented. It Is Instantaneous. Vou can send and receive your mes- ago at tho saroo time. It brings dis tant cities and towns within rour reach almost Instantly. It connects you locally with everyone of promi nence. If you havo not a telephone of tho Cumberland Telephono & Tale- graph Company, call our manager Im mediately for rates and Information. If you uso tho Dell service you are In the centor of tho entire Bell sys tem, connecting with over five mil- lion tolophoncs and every Iranoratnt city and town In tho United States. Cumberland Telephone & Telegrapl Company, Incorporated. ad o r, - Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src Jit Courier Office. Se esamples. Shnw-Cariwnt- ..? X 1 1 7 3 Dr. J. 0. Stubbs DENTIST Building, la Urdu Ptmae Bretard's More otrr Ma. 81 THE HieKMftN COURIER. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. A BLUE MARK HEBK tnen tfaftt joar tab ' crlptlon bin expired Kflnew promptly llyna want the pnpe r to come to yon nfter this month advertising is the Team that Pulla me Commercial Ulagon up tho Hill of Succbss. VOLUME no. :n 01.DKBT I'AfKK IN WE8TERN KENTUCKY Grease the Jlxles of Your Ulagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up oi HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1911. WHOLE no. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1H0O au:tt P,..A I SCHOLARLY Who COURIER Have Subscribed Since Our Last OF Dr. Lon Naylor. Lin Bryant. LOT FOLKS... Report m Tho Courlor takes pleasure lit print below .i i mi lea ot people who uro umoiig Uio fair oat uml sweetest that over graced it garden o( rows. Nut Ihciiuuo thoy hnvu subscribed or renewed for tlio Courier during Uio post iiioiiUi, but because wo juit Join tho Lord lit loving litem for Ihulr goodness nnil moroy. Am mo read the names, a feeling Btoals o'er tin' soul pohboshIiu; Uio clinrm of waifs of mellow iiiuulo from n lone forgot ton hurj) an ocstnsy whurviu faint dream, llko cool and shadowy wniis. dltldo Uio blllowd hours of iMiwsim per toll with thotki of lovu ami Joy. UK WINTER SPORTS J. F. McClannahan. Pcrclval Davis. W. O. Anderson. C'haa. II. Mooro. W. F. Montgomery. Ia,w1s Atwlll. M'ss Elizabeth Maddox. Jno, Creed. Mies Emmie Creed. Mlra Homer Green. J II. McNeil. Jim Klngo. A C. Bacon. Joe Cantlllon. Gus Moore. W. C. Sowcll. O. B. Moonoy. Mrs. Jonnlo Mooney. IL C. Lauderdale. Mrs. Mary Doweoso. W. L. Bentbol. Mrs. Molllo llrcvard. W. llaskltus. T. I). Utudrdalu. U. C. Com m. H. W. Huuos. Joo Williams. J. A. Oliver. " Otto EdmUton. Mm. K. U. Jonea. J II. Nelson. Tobo Capps. II. K. Kuykondall. Mrs. M. H. Ilonry. J no M enchain. D. O. Moocham. Mrs. C I., llandlo. C M. Reynolds. I)r J. C. Morris. Henry Davis. Mrs. Mary Lou Bubletto. Mrs Muuglo Ramsay. Dr. Henry A. Davis. II I. King. Mrs Kato WlUlng. L. D. Throlkold. Mrs. A. C. Bummers. J A. Thompson. Mm. Hollo Caldwell. Mrs, Salllo laltorson. J no. J. W. Benton. Andrew Ledwidgo. Stovo Stahr. L. P. Ellison. A. McDanlcl. Prof. J. II. Saunders. Itobt. Tally. B. T. Davis. J. A. Mooney. Mrs. D. V. S. Amborg. R. M. Ialor. Joo Graves. S. A. Wllklns. Mrs. Sophia Wallaco. O. T. Salmon. J. W. Morris. Auty Daniels. J. P. Maddox. II. C. Amborg. S. B. Parker. W. J. Barry. Carl Schmidt, W. E. White. Mrs. Bornlco White. Mason Barnes. W. T. Barton. W. J. Fields. 3. H. Duncan. Mrs. Addlo Davis. C. W. Holcombo. T. A. Holcombo. W. E. Holcombe. Mrs. Ola May Jackson. Mrs. Ellon Blair. Mrs. Willie James. It. C. Hoper. W. F. Edmonds. Jno. W. Smith. Mrs. S. N. Sweeney. Clara May Curlln. Mrs. Mary S. Bronsford. Mtll Barry. Sam Androws. : " tCoMxht. J. J. 1S11.) '&'"" t j A. Jackson. W. Wilson. C. O. MoMurry. i. J A. K. Konnely. i- Mattlo Kobonwn. j. Mrs. Zona Winter. l W. C. Johnson. j Col II. Buchanan. Miss Estorleo Cllnard. Chief Pollco Wright, , O. Horlweok. Win. Whitley. W J. Harper. Mrs. A. M. Roper. F O. Davis. J W. Ward. Miss Mary Tcmpa Burnett. J W. Mlnotreo. J It. Davlo. T. A. Ledford. Mbw Molllo Cobb. Horry Throlkold. Levi Johnson. ," - McMurry Ilros. W. J Logan. It, L. Hallow. Catlett Grim. J. II. Lang ford. J. A. Town8end. A. L. Johnston. W. W. I'motU il. l Johnson. H.as. Ovorby. Mrs. H. E. Iloach. J. 0. Harnott. Marlon Provow. Mrs. Stllto Adams. Geo. I toper. T. J. KobcrU. W. II. Haltter. C. F. HnlUer. Cowgllls Drug Storo. K. Jno. W. Holers. C. M. Yates. Andy Pueh. It. Y. McConnoll. Fordlo Johnson. Mot Lunsford. Davo Alexandor. Itov. II. J. Ooigor. Chits. S. Driver. T. M. Itlco. M. I). Shaw. J. M. Alexander. Mrs. Nat G. Turner. D. Owens. Mrs. Nolllo Ilobcrts. A. A. Kemp. Capt. Hollla Kirk. II. C. G. Dottersorth. II. Smith. E. P. Wright. A. J. Hums. Cuo Throlkeld. It K UlUson. Iteevca, J. C. Hondraz. E. Almonds. Chris. Lcdwldso. Dr. L. P. HalUcr. Mrs. N. P. Harness. Kenneth Anderson. It. licekman. Lou McDnnlol. Klvls J. Stahr. J. C. Klllson. Ceo. N. Holm. (. C. Shell. II. L. Prathor. H. N. Scat. Mrs. M. EJS'all. .. T. Seat. T. P Fortune fi. H.Undor. C. O. Schlenkcr. I?e Schlenker. II. E. Curlln. .' H. Millet. Mrs. T. C. E. Dondurnnt 0. T.Halllburton. Mrs N. E. Phillips. J. P. Thomns. Wm. It Owon. II. W. Crnddock. It. E. Millet. Harry Klmcs. C. a. HIsgs. Mrs. D. L. Goldberg. C. A. I'orry. John Smothormnn. , L. E. Stowo. A. S. Ilnmby. Ernost Fowlor. J. J. Sony. Mrs. 8. M. Cavltt, L. I. Whoqlor. W. A. Webb. Ktitlt' Unrnos. Itov. W. L. King. Paul Shaw. M. A. Fllppln. A. S. Ilarkott. II. C. Holm. MIbs Emma Tyler. Mrs. J. M. Hurs'oyno. Davis Splllore. Mrs. N. M. Scott. Jas. C. Nowton. Mrs. W. II. Heath. Miss Ina Itoyor. A. M. Tyler. H. II. Lowls. W. J. Cook. H. C. Htirch. L. N. Klmorcr. t J. N. Lusk. 3, A. Choato. Mrs. Dccky Flolds. W. Ollbj KrosU , a SAVED FROM AN OPERATION By Lydln E. PInkham's Vegetable Compound Int nwrr nnn lionrl. Tit oTtvloli know what Lydln K. Pinkham'a romo- tiles II.ITU UU1IU IDl mo. Tor two years ' Wll' liY77J,l.1l'",l VWWhW I 1 suffered. Tho doc- tnrfl RAld I had tll- - mora, nnil tho only romeuy was uio BuMy rgeon's knlfo. motlior botiRht mo '111 U LydlnE.Plnklmm'a VOROtnuio t;om- nntiiul. mill todav I nut II iiuiiiiuy " man. Tor months ftnmmatIon,nnd yourHanntl vo Wnsh ro-u iiuvutl Jilt, lour Silver x inn ciiunl rts a cathartic Any ono wlshliiff havo of what Jirooffor mo can your medicines druR-Blgot It from nny or by writing to mo. Yon can uso my testimonial In nny way you wish, nnd I will bo Rlad to answer ottor8.,, lira. CuitisTiNA Kekd, 105 Mound St., l'oorla, III. nu , st J ', Now Orleans, La. "For years I suffered from Bovoro fomalo troubles. J'lnally I was confined to my bed nnd tho doctor Bald nn operation wasneccs-atr- Another Oporntlon Avoided. y. a trial first, nnd tvns Baved from nn oporatlon." Mrs. Lily Pkyuoux, 1111 Korloreo St, Now Compound Icavo Lydla E.llnkham'8 Vcr-otabl- o Orleans, La. Tho groat volumo of unsolicited tcs. tlmony constantly pouring In proves concluslvoly that Lydla K. rinkham'a VeRotablo Compound is a romarknblo rometly for tlioso distressing femlnlno Ilia from which bo many wouxa sullcr. II. L. Uradloy. It. II. Kirk. It. Glasor. J. F. Eosloy. Miss He rah Howden. W. C. Howdon. W. 8. Fetho. Mrs. J. It. Shelby. Walter Johnson. Mrs. Slronna Uurton. Journey Hooves. Mrs. M. J. Coffey. Frank Watson. Jas. M. Uolar. It. u Jackson. C. S. Sholby. W. L. Holm. C. C. Smith. W. A. Johnston. H. T. Iloalo. J. It. Harris. Myrvln Wilson. D. II. Wilson. Mrs. Fannlo Prathor. Clttudo Hornby. Hitrnlo Hughes. J. It. McClellnn. L. S. Shaw. J. Ii. AMbcrg. Miss Ellen Anderson. E. TUtsworth. J. J. Taylor. 8. J. Solf. W. 8. Hurnctt. A. M. Jones. (loo. Glasor. 8. T. Ilopor. H. Hums. ' M. Provow. S. L. Campbell. King. , Lloyd nrown. Hob Bynum. A. K. McConnoll. I.o.ift rtobcrson. Chas. Ray, Dr. D. W. Lutcn. W. G. Adams. D. M. Harper. J. II. Pearl. Mrs. Jcnnlo McCluro. A. L. Ilnllow. Alex. HI co. N. N. Townsond. L. 1). Perry. E. O. Campboll. Cc-- l Campboll. 8. H. I.uten. O. AV. Ladd. Jco Noonon. Mrs. Erinin Hushart. Nathan Tally. W. M. Caeon. Mrs. J. T. Mllnor. Jno. Choato. I To the Ladies... , I H i I I Spring Embroideries I LACES i I White Goods and Wash Goods H I Friday, the You arc cordially invited to be present at our ! ii II ' j ANNUAL DISPLAY ii Beginning Tomorrow Twenty-sevent- II h H II 59 H and continuing through next week. ' I SMITH & AMBERG L J. B. Jones. O. B. TJirclkold. n. L. Harris. Arthur Gray. Mrs. Hollo Baltzor. 1). G. Scott. E. W. Hooves. 3. P. Jofforlos. T. L. Carr. L. II. Bacon. II. C. Stubbs. II. J. Wornor. Fred Pnrcoll. II. II. Lacy. Maurlco Dillon. Mrs. E. Caso. Ky. Lump Coal tiVU i A Kfl A Ton Let me save you money on your coal. STEVE PHONES STAHR BOTH glued gloom to stooping enrth. In our lssuo ot Doc. 22, yo scrlbo. with flngors on tho tynowrltor nnd Uioughts chasing Santa Claus ami a sounro meal for Christmas, very unwisely took a Jab at tho over growing mall order whiskey business In Hickman. Tho proofreader, half fron zlcd with hunger and gazing on a depleted treasury, let tho Item slip his bluo pencil and It wont into print. Now, ono of tho leadors or tho social, business and financial world calls our hand. Ho tvrltos: "Hickman cotirur I Will I dross you this beauty ful morlng. I hav Just A fow words to say. 1 want too toll you ordered Sonto chrlst-mu- s Whiskey an 1 taken ono rot yor Courure somo tlmo ago and C want too say to you i Received moro out of My Whiskey Club thnn. i did out of you courur. mr. snow Vlak." Wo havo exhausted our solves In nn effort to apologize to Mr. Snow-Flakand swear tho printer "was at o, and burled his carcass under the coal houso, grabbed a fow exchanges and hiked to Uio tall uncut. Our faco Is In tho dust. Wo havo Wo novcr got up courago to reeaton our meals on a stump In tho turn to clvllIzaUon until wo read an o primeval forost, returning to our oxchango whero Uio Republicans haunts only after night had would bo successful In 1912, nnd wo na-Uv- in Deepest Grief. fault. Wo killed him In cold blood folt somo comfort, knowing thero woro others who have suffered similar mistakes. Wo sincerely beg tho pardon ot Mr. Snowflnkc, assuring him tlutt wo will not ovon water tho grass on that printer's grave, nnd for all we havo said that wo should bo sorry for, wo aro glad of U. Courlor readers aro warned to look carefully at your ?5 bills. Another counterfeit is out. It is a counterfeit on tho Citizens National Hank of Watorbury, Conn. A mangy spot on Prosldotit Harrison's whiskers will reveal It. Tho Domocratlc county coniniltteo of Graves county Is called to meet at Mayfleld Saturday at 10 o'clock In tho mornlngon Jan. 28, for tho pur-poof dovlslng ways nnd means by o which to nomlnato a domocratlc for ropresentaUvo In Gravoa county. so can-dldat- THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covert Western KentaJkt SPEER & Vev" SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Like the HICKMAN OPPOSE FORTIFICATION HINTS ON HOUSE FLOWERS. Subscription Rate, $1.00 per year GROCERY CO. Do Your Trading Here FOSTER DOUBTS IF IT WILL BE PAYING PROPOSITION. Tawney Declares Big Armaments Aro Menace to Peace Struggle for Dig Ships Developed Into a Mania. Now York. Bmphatlc opposition to President Tuffs plan of fortifying the Dnnmnn rnnl from Renreiontatlvo J. Foster, chairman of tho house commit, too on foreign affairs, and n declaration by Chairman Tawney of tho houso appropriations committee that groat nrmamonts are a temptation to war marked the joint mass meeting of tho New York I'enco Socloty and tho Peoples' Institute hore. "Theeo vast urmnmons tond to promote n spirit of rivalry nmong nations m nrrnl wch otfior." eald Mr. Tawney. "Whon It was heralded about tho world that England had launched n battloshlp of is ono tnna. 3.000 tons In excess of our largest battleship, it gtemed advls- ablo to submit to congrees a supplemental ostlmato for n 20,000 ton battleship. As n conclusive nrguinont In aunnnrt of tho authorisation of such a ship our chlof executtvo at that time, Theodore Itoosovelt, said to mo: "T want to bo nble to say when I go out of offlco thnt I have authorized the construction of tho largest battloshlp tho world has ovor Been.' Although congress at that tlmo did nothing moro than nuthorlze tho preparation of plans for a battleship of that size, at its noxt session, under tho pressure of a manufactured Japanese war scare, It provided for tho ships. But beforo tho adjournment of England laid the keels of two 23,000 ton Proadnnughts, and In order to gratify nn ambition to excel England, congress authorized tho construction of two battleships of 20,000 tons displacement." con-gro- During the How to Caro For Plants Winter Months. wril watered Many perKeep plant, will innir a Httle water on it mit and enough to aoak in an Inch or twogrow. plant d.M not Il"t A Recapitulation. Tho shining target Is always an easy mark. It Is especially truo of the knocker vs. tho booster. This payor has beon, along with other Individuals and concerns, classed by the tlglitwad and pessimist ns a "hot air merchant." Tho best antidote for skinflints is landing them ono in tho Bolar plexus with a knowledge of bow llttlo their barking amounted to. When a progressive niovo Is inaugurated, plans laid out, thoy can criticize; but tho things accomplished aro beyond tho range of their darts. With fow exceptions, little has been accomplished In Hickman In the past four years that did not pass through a storm of their disapproval, and still a few things havo come to pass that was bencflolal to Hickman. and Save Money . . . on your f I t Groceries Meats, etc. PAUL Recognized D. wonder that the part or The trouWe t thnt the growing plant nwUw no nourishment. the hmM b watered every day Plant K and in awh a way that tho should be plenty of mature. The eoll ' r ," rich Ore snouiu ' tho (lowers near tt window. Itememl-.......... ...) in warmer than tho lower. nro AKimragu fenw and sword ferns must verv iwM winter plant. They tie kept molat and bo closely watched for the red spider. Prlmrowa require much caro. They anshould be clianfffri from one Ht to In a pot live or six Inches other until The atmoephero should In diameter lie cool. alHMit KB dogreoH. They should lie kept well watered. umbrella plant, the cyclamen, ..The....mnliitn HlH notUltUl. all Will thrlre In the winter If nttentlon I giv- u. mui r.nt His Monev back. SuUiorland'e Eaglo 13yo Salvo curwl his oytw and no uiu noi uiu it. Painless nnd harmless. 26c nt all dealers. No. 101 ProttlcBl lot In Southern HulgUts, If taken within tho next few daya can be bought for $476. All improvements concrete wnlks, oloolrto lights, city water works, etc 8lzo GlVixlBO. Good vlow of rlvor, etc Courier office. Heartburn, indigestion or distress Notice. All parties owing lluttorswortl: Pratlior aro earnestly requested come forward nnd settle at oi, 1910 is gone nnd 1911 Is hero m tnkus money to run our buslnes It does yours. So wo will ask yo como nnd pay now mid save cost collectllng. Bettersworth &. Pralher "r ..r .1... iiinmtirli la Inuliintlv rrelleved Don't forget to renew your It forces the badly by HKUBINK. dlgoeted food out oi mo uouy auu scrlptlon to Uio Courier. The lu restore) tono In the Biomnon aim now stops when tho tlmo la out no els. Prlco 60c Sold by HicKiuau cepttons. Drug Co. .iMUuunrvrrrv4' i 1:L m;t en litem CRAVATH. Ons of Leading of Country. ai For tho benefit of that llttlo tard seed who would opposo anything that might bo undertaken for 1911, wo give a brief recapitulation of things that have or will transpire mus- Trut Attorney need eieclal nttentlon. TIh Ml almuM lie rich nnd the room warm and the plant kept where It will get kits of eoHslilno. Tho soil snouiu l kept Juat on the verge of drying out and differ from other solM In thto re- Heliotrope '"' Netv p Work contracted for and finished in the Intest nnd most snnitnry methods. Our facilities are exceptionally good, which guarantees entire satisfaction for all Plumbing and Heating done'by us. We employ none but the most skilled and experienced workmen. Wc use the best fittings and materials. ed between 190C and 1911, despite his opposition. Some of them aro small items, but each havo a place in building up Hickman: Four miles of concreto walks havo beon laid. Eight new stores havo beon established. Modern street lights havo been In- HH't. Palme need a moist hunt. They are nmmg the moat dlWeult 0nnta to rare Coal pas often for In the winter. fatal to them. Thoy alwayx lnw snntiMl be kept moist. lteiroolaft are the boat plant fer winter Their foliage la beautiful, and the olflriua- - oo the loavue la as dainty that en tU uowere when thoy bloom, (loud anil and plenty of wntur will make them grow. How to Preserve Platter Catts. Planter raata whtrh for any reasou hate to be expMed to damp or to out door woalltor conditions can bo readily Innurvd agalBt dWHtomtton by tho uee f n cheap and simple soapy prep aratkm. Dbexdvo thrtv tnrts of call rt of amtl iNttash 4 uee three part of hot water monia In thlrty-atTo this add nine parte of stearic Ullnte tab ate with an eiial tlty of hot water containing 25 per ent alrahel la the cae of eld plaster at the iwirface should be cleansed with a S ix.t rent petnah solution be Then fore the propaniUoii Is npiriM It shouhl 1h pwt on wann and nftrr-wariponged : : ; : stalled. A : now $10,000 Carnogio library GUSHER IN LOUISIANA. Electric lights Improved and a day current promised. Stock law passed and enforced. Opera house mado modern. Now railroad from Tiptonvillo to to Hickman, opening up tho lower bottom lands and adding to the resources of our factories. Tho destruction of McCutcheon Row A $20,000 loveo protecting tho west part of tho city from overflow twice a year; making that section more valuable and protecting tho mills. Organization of a homo telephone company, selling service at 75c a month and breaking a monopoly that existed. Opening of 200 resldenco lots in Henry Addition. ordinPassing of an ance, j Tho assurance of a $10,000 wharf and docks for tho Mississippi Valley Transportation Co., which will roduco freight rates and give us tho greatest Inland waterways traffic In tho world. A lot of hltchracks for benefit of our farmer friends. ! Southern Heights Addition opened under building restrictions, giving a t large number of much needed building lots. a: Entlro population moro than doanti-splttln- g a A now cotton gin; and capacity of old doubled. Concrtco block factory. Now primary school in Wost Hick man. Two now churchos tho Methodist, and a negro church tho BaptlsL Two livory stables; tailor shop; county high school; Royal Arch Ma sons l.odgo. Thoro aro a numbor of things that should be on the Hickman Boosters' calendar for tho present year, among which wo might montion: ubled. Wagon factory enlarged and moro abor employed. Ur Putting In of a modern steam o Cotton seed oil mill to handle tho local products. laun100 mora nlco cottages. dry. A handle factory. $75,000 spent on Improving and enA big wliolosalo grain and hay ele larging tho Mengol factories, and In vator. creasing their force of men nearly A poultry arid produce houso. 300. Wood yard. park for tho N., C. & St. A small L. R. R., on their depot ground, and Largo upto-dat- o flour mill. a $2S0 fountain donated by Gen. H. Bonded cotton warehouse. , A. Tyler and H. Buchanan. Now Leo Lino wharf. Opening of Rogers Addition south 15,000 brick school building for of town, and Bond's business and Wost Hickman. residence additions la West Hickman. Trackless trolloy (gas or olectrlc) Tho establishment of tho Peoples that will furnish streot car servico. Bank, our third Institution of tho Now brick building whoro a kind. building and equipping of tho old trap now stands on Clinton 8 1 root. To Hickman Ico & Coal Company's modMoro concroto sidewalks. ern now nlant. and addition of lco U. S. weather and river roports. Furnishing artesian water factory. Paving of Clinton street. instead of river water for city supply. A pottory and glass factory, ob wo Changing of railroad tracks to tho havo abundanco of flno matorlal. south part of town. Moro truck gardening and better Establishment of Jones' Park and bred stock. Zoo. A fratornal building for tho socret residencFour hundred thlrty-thre- o ordors of Hickman. es built and flvo business bouses. Organizo a good basoball club. resting place for laA down-tow- n IMMMItHMtMOOtH' dles and children. An annual street fair and old set- LAUNDRY A- T- tlors' Special Inducements Offered to fac tories and industries of cvory descrip tion. Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon I Best Work Lowest Prices Lamo back may como from overwork, cold settled In tho muscles of tho back, or from disease In tho two former cases tho right remedy Is BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It should bo rubbed In thoroughly over dress Lincoln Oil Co., Cleveland O tho affected part, tho relief will bo prompt and satisfactory. Price, 25c FOR, SALE Good Clovor hay J. 50c and $1 per bottlo. Sold by Hick Moving pictures Saturday night. 4tp. P. Thomas, RFD 4. man Drug Co. Stands Second Only o tho Great California Producer. Houston, Toxas. A special to tho Post from Vinton, La., says: With tho exception of the famous gusher at Bakorsflold, CaU tho Stewart woll, brought In on tho Vincent tract, Is by far the greatest producing oil woll ovor dlecovorod In tho United States or In fact In tho world. Tho woll U gushing at a rato of not loss than 17,000 barrols per day. constantly Increasing Its avorago as It clears. How to Oronio Cast Pewter. No woll In either tho Beaumont or Here U a riinpte method of bronzing Jennings Acids over averaged more rat Hwter article requiring no great than 10.000 barrels per day, which skill ami oatalUng little expense. Aftmakes tho Stewart woll stand soeond er cteanalflg the surface of tho pewter only to the great California producer. thoroughly wash the article In a bath In which twenty partu of water, ono Cherry Helra Get S54.5W. iwrt green vitriol and owe part bluo Springfield. HI Widows and chil- vitriol hare been stirred. After the dren of miners who wore killed In thi surface has been dried wash It again Cherry mlno disaster of November 1. In a ImUi of eleven imrta wine vinegar 1909, havo received $51,594 from th nnd four part rettUgria. When thle Cherry relief fund, according to tho In turn has dried the bronzed article report of Secretary Duncan McDonald may Ik polUhed with crocus. of tho Cherry rellof fund commission. How to Hang Out Wsshlng. $5,000,000 for Canal. A Ked .way to nnve yourself and Washington. An lmmedlato appro- hnmlkerrhlefa In 'reusing weather Is priation of $5,000,000 for Panama canal to get a Hue hmg eitough for tho fortifications to bo taken out of a total amount you have In wash. n appropriation of $12,475,323 for Panon tine while In the laundry, ama defenses was asked of congross rnrry line to jard and hang on hooka by tho war department When dry take lino from hooks, en it to laundry ami remove cluthosplns. Civil War Heroine Dies. Danvlllo, Va. Mrs. Jano Patrick Suthorlln, aged 83, widow of MaJ. W. Heart Cypress Hand Drawn ShinSuthorlln, died at her historic homo gles for sale. B. G. Hale or J. W. T. here, at the. last capital of the Confed Ward. cracy. Mrs. Suthorlln was hostess to ' President Davis and hlB cabinet followMillions of Bottles ing their memorable flight aftor the used an evacuation of Richmond. It was at tho of Dr. Bell's Sutherlln homo that President Davis nually is goou oviuenco mai u is a coughs, assembled his cablnot for tho Ust or good remedy for LaGrlppe, bronchial colds and all throat and flclal conference and signed the last troubles. Look for tho Boll on the documents of tho Confederacy boforo bottlo .Sold everywhere. tho surrender of Don. Leo. Stop Treating to Drinks. Tho stockholders of tho Homo Tel Jefferson City. Mo A bill introduced ephone Co., are hereby notified thnt In tho houso would make it illegal to to sen liquor to a meeting will bo held at Ma) or Diltroat In saloons and women In saloons. Fortuno telling lon's offlco on Saturday afternoon, Fob. 4th. Offlcora tiro will bo a folony, If a meaaum which at 2 was placed beforo tho houso ia passed. io bo elected and other business transacted. B. T. DAVIS, Secy. Gardiner Bill Passes. Tho Gardiner bill Washington. which would prohibit tho admission Of Respect. Into tho United States of any lllltor. Resolutions ato alien over 10 years old, was ordered favorably roportcd to tho house WHEREAS our beloved brothor, by the commlttco on Immigration. Thos. Colo, of Mississippi county, A Medlclno Mo., departed this life Jan. 11, 1911, years old. While being n That lives ten years must havo merit. being 30 has beon cltizon of Missouri ho was deprived Dr. Bell's sold for sixteen years, and sales of mooting with tho lodge regulnrly have Increased every year. So you but as a good Odd Follow his heart run no risk. Wo guarantco it. All was with tho causo and wo, as a dealers. lodgo realize thnt we have lost n good and worthy mombor and greatThcro is nothing liko good sanitary ly doploro his loss and recaminond cleaning and pressing. Schmidt doos thnt theso resolutions bo sprond upon that kind of work. Uio minutes, n copy sent to tho fam ily and also published In Uio Hickman Courier nnd .thnt wo wear tho usual Imdgo of mourning 30 days. Card Of Thanks. Respectfully submitted, R. M. METHBNY, JOHN McFARLAND, Wo desire to thnnk our many J. II. PICKETT. friends nnd neighbors for tholr kindness shown us during tho Illness nnd death of our llttlo girl. May God SALESMAN WANTED to look after bless them all. ur interest In Fulton and adjacent W. J. Monnn and wlfo. (ountlcs. Salary or commission. Ad I Hickman Tin.&Pluiiibing C Until Dhnnnt Vn. 7S Co. : : : : !" d miiiisnjAtJtJi TAKE NOTICE... i ' : ; glaMMMMMMM0t Mi MM "MM el '; ; ; : : ; USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS : : : : : ; ; : ; ' : ; - : : ', '; : ; : ; hand-kerehlef- a to the fact that sora of our customers arc dilatory in paying their Water ami Llehti Accounts, vhlch are due and payable at our office ON OR HEFORE THE lOlh of eich month, we with to announce that In the future the rule governing this branch of our business will be enforced .to'the letter. Our Collector will make oollrctlqns on Main street only, between the 1st and 10th of each month, and will call but one.time for this account. Failure to tee you docs.'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. 0ing : : : : : 1: : : : : : : : : : ; ; ; ; ; Don't think that yott mill bo the favored one as wo will enforce tho rule regardless of exeep' lions. i: ' Hickman Ice Coal Co. Incorporated ; ; J. T. DILLON, Manager y fMMMWMMMMMMfMMMiMMMMMMMM1 We Entreat You to get out of the old-fashion- ey ruts and give up the "ways of darkness" that belong to oil lamps and gas, and have your home illuminated by electricity. We have every facility for installing Electric Light plants on short notice, and our charges are extremely moderate. Let us estimate on electrically lighting ,'your home, store or office. Hickman Ice (Incorporated) JT. Coal Co. Ox., 3VXBX-- T. X)ILIj03r, . AftjHV'r$ f', V i )' WEST VERSUS EAST. IDEA FOR SEPARATE BLOUSE FOR DINNER OR THEATER Do you want a Better Drug Store? Better Prices? Better Service ? Better Goods? Better Methods of Handling Drugs? Better Clerks? Better Accommodations? Bctfer Delivery Service? You can find it right in this We carry a complete store. line of drugs, sundries, etc. Also candies, cigars and the best of everything in the soda fountain line. nnti-toxincs, Better ! Root of Now York and Carter of Montana Fatt Friands. Homo Neetfleworkor May Make Ono From Many Different Kinds of Materials. 8atln Dress That Exists to Be a Tea tlmonlal to the Skill of tho Modiste. Two bottles Many of tho now separate blouses This Is a style well suited to satin, In paisley, pernlon and drosden designs and tho color choson hero Is moonaro bolng mndo from crepo hnndkor-ehlofs- , light blue. The skirt Is mndo with a scarfs and muRlers. This Is a straight panel down centor of front, hint which may welt bo taken by tho edged each sldo with poorl Insertion. homo naodloworkcr as theso blouses, Tho sides nnd buck aro tbon gathorcd of tho silky crepo, nro rosy to cut and In nt tho waist, and again at lower part to a band of Insortton; bolow this mnko(up. I'sually thcro Is figured design In tho middle, then a band of plain whlto or n light color and a figured border. This whlto strip must bo allowed for, and it looks, well as tho lower part of tho blouso nnd tho Insldo of tho alcoves, Uius giving n sort of bolero WfSm -- Cured My Rheumatism" " I have been a sufferer from rheumatism for about two years, and have used many liniments and patent medicines which gavejne no relief. A lady frfend of mine told me she had used your Liniment and found relief effect Under sheor volllng these crepo hnndkorcblcf waists aro draped, and they tend thcmsolvcs rVndlly to this treatment If you havo too many scarfs of this sort, or simply wish un original blouso to match tho senrf Worn by ovorybody nowodnys, think of this Paris idea and act accordingly ) got two bottles and they cured me. I think it is the best Liniment a person can have in the house. I shall always keep a bottle in my house as long as I can get it." Mks. E. R. Wallach, Morrisons, Va. 1216 Mandcvillc " I Like pleasure in writing to you that I had and 1 used at once. I Mrs. James McGraw, of Another Letter. a J' i St, New Orleans, a., writes pain in my arm for five years, NIGHT8 OF UNRE8T. No 8leep, No Rett, No Peace for tho Sufferer from Kidney Trouble. iSo ponoo Knlt-l-n COWOILL'S Carter Kills Stranger, il' I" ursday morning from the vitvciM of In liU abdomen, iv vij Wedii.hiy Night from a In the ImrnU of Cwrtw. form r mnntbal of lultn. 1'kyatcl-or,performed nn optamUtw on Um ma uml.d tiMin lit nn effort to sava h a t- but to ho nvnll. Fwnk llolcnm. son of n wealthy SaWash. tniHiitvMi uinii, died lam I a luiki wound " la a - h.- - Hokoiu rwuluil Pulton Wednesday d nn bla wny to Now Orlenni v ii run wy frow coll at .vnitfUgn. l&ti. xl h- (I - wroton gttorUy ftnUMttc More Mktr to u iiU par i.(n naklntc their ni It U nail il he ninl Carter had some worda In v'.irtor a rwrtuHratit. from which ho was tjeoted The troublo ww mtiew-r- d in front of the pbioe, nnd wKikms- .y that Ikileom was advancing nn Carter with nn opn knlfo whan thlatli-fired on ht. It taking if feet na above tntrd. It was found tiial t)u bullet IhiiI plorol aeveral Iri'tJtixa ami that the Injured roan wam bleeding Internally, from which h illnl the raU morning. r forgtvna. that Relcom m drinking The romnlna wr shipped Frldny by cxprtwa to the sorrow stricken parent at Hontttu. Tlio young rami wim Htlll In his teens. INDCDTEDNES3 REDUCED. for tho kldnay sufferer distress from mom to knitting. Ilegln threading tho bends according (Jet up with a lamo back, to the pattern When they nro 'all Twlngos of bnokneho bother you nil worked In, cast off on tho first row day, after Uio last bead row. Tho number Dull aching "breaks jour rost at of beads In a row Is often' found to be ono loss than tho number of night, "Urinary disorders add to your mis- stitches, tho odd stitch being slipped without a byad at tho boglnnlng of ery. firmness Gt at tho causo euro tha kidnays. the row for the beads,and regularity. To sccuro slip tho first Dean's Kldnay l'llls will work tha stitch; knit tho rest plain, passing cure. ono bwtd up clouo to tbo nccdlo nt Tliey'ro for Uio kldnoys only-H- ave every stitch beforo tho silk or wool mado croat euros In Hickman is raised; second, slip ono, knit without beads. J. It, Wonthorly, Third nnd Ivy -streets., Hickman, Ky., saj-B- : For soma tlinu I wus afflicted with n mos New Silk Braid. annoying oaao of kidney comiilnliiL Tho woman who want embroidered Tha kidney secretions were far too effects, but docs not llko arduous frequent in paftsage mid 1 bad to get work, will wolcomo a now Bilk braid up some nights as often as seven thnt looks llko chain stitching. A Is' stamped as for ordinary emUmee. In the morning I foil tired broidery nnd tho braid Is sowed on and llltlo like doing the days work. tho outlines by hand. A few filling I tried any numbor of remedies nnd stitches or french knot centers doctored, but to no avail. Finally tbo effect of hand embroidery. Doan's Kidney Pills enmo to my not-lo- e Those braids como In colors to match nnd galtlng a supply at Holm & most of tho new shndos of dress maHlllson's Drug Store, I began taking terial. They aro especially effoctlro pongees and shantungs dono In self them. Tho contents of thrco boxes on tones of Utts remedy restored my kldnoys to a normal condition and Improved For the Noodleworkor. ii V health." Uso cotton tapo for binding tho For sale by all dealers. I'rlco COc plnckots of small children's drawers-o-ne FonterMllburn Co., lluffnlo, N. Y piece for each placket sole agents for Uio United Slates. Sew the bIccvos of tfilu waists In a cnch seam, stitching twlco tho last Hemombor tho namo Doan's and (time. This Is not so heavy as a bindtnko no other. 1'aln and nlKht . do-slg- v. Ilo cnrcful to uso a nccdlo flno enough to go through oven tho smallest of tho various kinds of bonds to bo employed. Prepare n length of lino thread nnd puss both ends of tho thread through tho cyo of tho needle, thus forming a loop through which hang tho end 6f tho wool selected for Beads. 5r 'i . SLOAN S LINIMENT for one week and was completely cured, highly " I recommend your Liniment very Sloan's Liniment instantly relieves stiffness.of the Joints, Sore Throat, Hoarseness, 'Sprains, Neuralgia, Better Sciatica and Lumbago. and cheaper than porous plasters. T the satin Is plain. Tho bodlco has a wldo fold on each shouldor, edged on tho inner sldo by Insertion; a strip of this edges tho top, also alcoves, which aro arranged In folds. Buttons add to trimming on bodlco and skirt! Materials roaulrcd: 7 vnt-rfnntln about 8 yards Insertion, 4 doion but tons. A Dressmaking Hint In stitching tho work drops over tho machlno and often Is dragged Into tho whool. A plain crotonno curtain, tucked Just under tho shelf or tablo of tho machine, helps wonderfully with this trouble Tucks must not be left out to catch on tho work. At AU Druggists. I'rico Mc., COc. nnd $1.00 tiloanV Treat I m un tlin llnrxi urnt Frre. Adilrrmi m nl DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. fc LESS1ECASH Pittsburg Lump Coal (Cash with order) ' Bon Air Lump ' Kentucky Lump -- . 4.90 4.75 4.75 1" HOW TO HAVE WINTER Hake EGGS. In Slmpto Markings. ing. Simple markings oa watchos and Keep a stiletto on your machine. It lockots aro In favor. If tho block letturns under tho edgoa of hems and ter with or without a circlo or oral Is fells like mnglc, and Is, besides, useful not used, old English Initials aro 10 When cash does not accompany order I charge extra for making collection, which will make the ill prices as follows: Pittsburg Lump Coal Bon Air Lump Coal Hent Comfortable and Kep many other ways next favorite. the $5.40 5.25 5.25 Frankfort Kentucky's outstanding Indebtedness ha been reduced $460,-00- 0 during thin month, as tho outstanding warrants at tho beginning of tha month wcro 11.167.0(3.23, as compared with J1.K52.V.7 for tho procedlnir month. Thrro wns a total In the trwis-tir- r DocomlM-- r 31 of I1.0KG.21J.18, with wh'ch tho administration was to con-ti- n to business. Tho various funds Sinking fund, I380.81S.32; reboot, fund, $120.1 r.9.70; general expenditure fund, I47MG5.1G. foJ-Io.- 'Every Month' writes Lola P. Roberts, of Vienna, Mo., "I used to be sick most of the time and suffered with backache and headache. My Mother, who had been greatly helped by the use of Cardul, got me two bottles, and I have been well ever since." E49 Take The Woman's Tonic Cardul Is a gentle tonic for young and old women. It relieves and prevents pain. M builds strength. It feeds the nerves. It helps the whole system. Made after-effec- ts, from harmless roots and herbs, It has no docs not bad Interfere with the use of any otlicr medicine and can do you nothing but good. Try Cardul. It will help you. Your dealer sens it. who has been In tho employ of Smith & Amburg for tho past two years, resigned his plncc to accept a position fij' overseer on ono farms near of S. L. Dodds' Clnrksdalo, Miss. Ed loft Saturday night for thnt place Ills family will Rov. T. "F. Moore, editor of tho also leavo In a fow weeks, whoro Daptlst Hag, nt Fulton, reports havthey will tnnko tliolr future homo. Tho largest hotel In tho world Is Their postoffico will bo Uoundwny, ing aeon n Btrnngo light passing over tho city Thursday night. Ho first to bo built In Now York City. It will Miss. thought It wns a star but It cnino stories high, covor bo twentyflvo nearer nnd showed thrco distinct 32.C00 suunro feet and havo 1,000 Tho next event of lmportanco wUl lights nnd then disappeared. And Bhxplng rccuiB and 1,000 baths. It Fullou la a prohibition town, too. xuoro than 13 cillllou dollars bo ground hog day. will coat VA TowiiboihI, l.li-'-- r lit-l- ir tfOOO-acr- o The llrst thing to do Is to get liuay now himI lonn out tho houe thoroughly. Itetnovo every uxoIoAi nrtlclo and lenrr tho floors entirely free from an) thing that will obstruct their frco um- - i n xcrnlehlng plncc. Clean down tlw wmIK spray thoroughly, remove etor) lilt of litter from tho Moor, and If II li m dirt floor take out nt least a ompltt of Inchon of the old dirt which houlil tie iviilnccd with clenn Ion in. Make ready n corner In oarh pen Unit i au ha used ns n dusting box. ip kept supplied with tho TliN l)n ftlftluga from hn.nl ronl nshee nnd will be much enjoyed by the whole IbKk If It run lw dnrrtl where tho mu i will Hliluenn It so miK'h tho Iwtter. I.i imt rlitge the wludnws until the ither etH rml cold. Let there bo on kIii wlndnw fur uMCh Hn of 10 b lJ.ur in feat nnd one muslin fra)ii'. with nt lenst twelve bi.iuii- - fwt of silrftico for uhcIi pun. llko n cold pniHMl-tl-M- i This nm but It vmI bo found tin uiUHlIn d" - not ni.ik.- i lie pen nny colder thnn umiiint of glaiM mirface d s the wi.' iinl nt In- - inu' t.me alvea h steady . of s,. air This inuslln will li. ip itn'.itiv In keeping tlw Kiultry h' - dry li:ilng the winter anil will n ike ii im: h inure comfortitblo thnn xiiut up Immiso run eer lie. i ,..'l '..r ifildvi nUlita Imvo n ourliiln of the c'i.ii. Mfiwiiiiu ninnlng niro fr ni f I he iixmtliig place. ThU does t lit tlajlilly oxcopt nt the noi ii t,M. ninl in n hung out Home Inches from the dl pplng iNmnls. giving plen-t- . the fowls to piisn to ol nxun nnd fniiii ihe nosts. On the very or nights the roosting place colile-- t . will l round to be entirely comfort-nMennd In the iimriilng tho hens will erntcli nnd hustlo or me out rttidy l fir llietr liove iiH ihuit. lie sure to keep n g .h1 bl In i n of iHirfoctly dry straw on the Hw i f' r wnitchlng mnturlnl. for tho hen Tlieie inn I "' lltlU of dirty, ilnmp In s, rnt. that In '"" "" ,no "oor for a in 'til'i or miHv fortable n-. cov-cp-- d I i .j 11. - Chicken House Clean. Ono groat ewtentlnl in getting winter rRi Is to ntakr the hens entirely com- $ $ $ J J J J p p 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 where ho wants. Why not open an account next pay day with THE PEOPLES BANK. You'll never havo anything If you don't save something. Kentucky Coal 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 prices 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 against an exorbitant advance in prices. A. A. Ulastlng on tho new railroad grading Jars tho windows In Hickman. FARIS 4 EASTER CARDS FREE. Not Cheap Trash but Ten ful Ones. I 4 Marriage Licenses Beauti- FOR SALE: Good milk cow with young calf. Mrs. J. L. Amborg. 3c (Choosing Silver Altialua iImmiii il fr wnnt to sond froo to every render of tho Courier 10 bonutlful, lmiort-ed- , ombowed, colored Kantor post cards, nil different, without nny advertising on them whatever. I do this becntiBo I want people to know tho high grndu cards I carry at manufacturers' prices. If you pre-ro- r bonutlful Valentino cards say so when you write. All I ask that you send mo 4 conts in ono cent stamps to cover postago. Address C. T. Johnstone, 1'res., Dopt. 41, Rochester N. Y. Tho two story residence of Durch Tho following were granted llconso Andonson burned to the ground In to marry In Obion County Inst week: Fulton, Thursday. Ills loss will be Cob. Chatmnti and Anna Gibson, about ? 1,000. lion Covington nnd Imogene Harris. Court is In wmIoh In Fulton this C. N. Arun nnd Inn L. Fisher. week, having adjourned at Hickman Tray Dill nnd Llbble Illnlock. Thursday afternoon. Judge Reid has D. Tyler nnd Annlo Jones. mndo n reputntion In this county for M..B. Fullor nnd Ophelln Darnnll. turning out work. Qeo. S. Allen nnd MIks Anna Roll IJrnwshaw. Tho dry goods and clothing store John Rntcllff nnd Anna Whoeler. or Cameron & Carter, nt Water Vul Ilolit. V. Slmtnoim and I.ula Sjviln. ley, wns broken Into and a J. L. Farrls and Clara Johnson. or clothing carried away In W. C. Williams und Krln Cruteh-fielsuit ensos Wednesday night The thlovos lort no clue. Will Thompson and Dolly Kthrldgo The Courier wants nil the local new Arthur Ponnymnnn nnd Magglo In Fulton county, deaths, births, Flowers. ontortnlnmout8, visitors from Fred Mltcholl and Miss Ruth Johnir son. nbroad, etc., nnd will pooplo will notlly us by calling at C. F. Whltnkor nnd May Fralshor. tho office or telephoning a lino. laria-cpiuntltmnr-rlngo- fnlili rnmhmvl honest value, make VVIICVI Wt Ul IIU41I4 tasitft v 1847 ROGERS BR0S.ii tflrtrware tlie choice of ducrimuutingpurchasers. This name y standi tor the heaviest grade 01 plate and exquisite beauty of patterns, assuring long years of service and Its remarkable durability has won it the popular Idle "Sitetr Halt that Wtjn," Sold br IraJtrif dealers eiery Seoi where (of cstaKvue all patterns. HsrUm MtiffliU CI. hOW LLC to.. MMMUI hi! W U., 1MMM w' '13 Pruott hands tho Courier a quoor looking critter In the way or nn oar or corn. It Is only Vj Inches W. W. in longth, contains f.Cti grains nnd tho cob Is perfectly covered with corn, tho silk end being round and well doveloped It was rnlsod on tho farm of Mrs. Mlunlo Scoarco. One of Hickman's nearby farmers found a dead hog in his lot last wcok Its stomach contained human hair, glass, rubber boots and beef steak. No argument rollows tlio steak killed tho hog. X"' Slowly made, surely good &zzicvxxzxvxvxx:. KENTUCKY GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF CORNER ON FOOD FAILS DELIEVED DIG DROP IN PRICES WILL DE THE RESULT. Thirty-Tw- FURS JOHN WHITE PAID HIGHEST MARKET FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on CtmmlMlon. Writ for ptlct Hit mentioning this AND HIDES MICE JitabUihedl837 L0UISVILLE,KY. ms&&fcfa FJif-'mZIL- . si SCO, Warehouses Hold 44.000,- 000 Pounds of Food Products. Prices Will Tumble. o dPim Prop. iltrrui( THE COMMONWEALTH ? cx-'.''.'- STATE DEPARTMENT INQUIRY. Frankfort Restaurant Riot Assumes International Proportions. Frankfort. Olflclal notlco of tho riot In tho Greek rostaumtit In Frankfort on tho day following Christinas has boon taken by tho stato depart-men- t at Washington, nnd tho (ireek cliarRo d'affnlrg nddrcssod n lottor to Secretory Knox asking that such notion bo taken as will Insuro nroDor prosecution of tho mon Implicated. Secretary Knox has addressed a lcttor to Ciov. Wlllson calling his attention to tho lettor, and Gov. Wlllson has wrltton to H. 11. Franklin, commonwealth's attorney, asking that tho mat-to- r of tho riot bo given a enruful Investigation, nnd urging him to tako btich action as will uphold tho law. 1 J t. Mi '!' Kentucky 5. Hickman, Thrco commission mon failed in tho last week ns a result of holding great quantltlos of butter, which thoy purchased nt an overngo prlco of 31 cents a pound nnd nre now unable to market for moro than 27 or 2$ cents a pound Whllo tho whotosalo prices of but-to- r nd eHRs have dropped decidedly within tho last few weeks, there has ns yet been no decllno in retail prices. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY TWO PARDONS ISSUED. Much of the produco which is to bo These are not shot through shoes that arc made as on n falling market has been unloaded fast as possible, so as to give the makers their talking chance State Executive Extends Clemency to In tho warohousos for as long as flvo 1IHK(TT)IIH Murder Convict. years. By moans of cold storage, comon quantity and dollars; for shoes so made do not possess the J. J. II. HONtUtltANT Jl. 1IUOIIANAS mission men havo been able to maincharacter in workmanship and all around shoe goodness, or Frankfort. Gov. Wlllson portioned. tain an artificial price not only to tho It. TIIKMI.KKt.li J.W AI.KXASKKH T. A. I.KIIKtmit llr.J.M. Hl'HllAK! William the style and satisfaction found in the Sir Knight, which are tiary Kcaaler, sent to the peniten- consumer, but to tho producer, It is IL M. 1HI.KK from Jefferson county to serve made pair by pair with the utmost care. All lasts, all two ymrs on tho cimr?o of tnaiHlauh-tor- . said. public warehouse report is ever No Wc combine absolute snfety with satisfactory service, nn Keler killed leathers, all right. $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00. Ask your dealer. in a strvet brawl. HoItobort McCutlooh znndn bore, and tho exact amount of oficr our depositors the most libcrnl treatment consistent Iw srved about produco In tho hands of Chicago firms nno yar of his twin, and the iutrdoa cannot bo estimated. Thirty-tw- o with sound banking. wareCUSTOM MADB BY Is conditional on good, behavior. houses aro known to have 4 (,000,000 The governor also portioned Henry pounds of butter, eggs nnd poultry. WERTHEIMER-SWART- S INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Klrby, sentonoed to two yours In tho ponttentUiry for iwuwJnugblor Kirby U. S. A. J. A TIIOMI'ttOM, tYu II 1UTIIANAN. I'rriUIrnl was deputy sheriff of lk'll county, nnd EXPECTS TO DIE IN PRISON. II ' IvAMAltK AmI tWhlr wna simt to onut a man Grant Arnott lntoroforod and wwt hot iu tho Old Confidence Man Says Sentence Will Da His Last. leg, and died "within tho year. Cincinnati, O. In tho samo court Ti Ehfll room in which ho was convicted of his HOCKER MADE JUDGE. U Mm I 1CJI. Our Stock is Complete and years nno "Colofirst crlmo twenty-onI Attorney-at-La- w Frankfort. Gov. Wlllson nppolnted nel" A. C. Ward, notorious oonfldenco crook, was and Notary Public A. C. Hocker police Judgo of South gamo man nnd Carrol Hon. Ho also appointed Or. convinced Monday for tho sixth tlmo J Lewis McSIurtry, of Louisville, Ken- during his career and sontonced to two Will practice in all Courts Real Estate tucky's dolcgato to the American Med- years In tho penitentiary on the oharg I of the State. Millionaire Canned Goods ical association at Chicago on March of obtaining money and goods undsr false protcnRCS. S 12 and 13. ; XT! 32Cy. And Insurance Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products ; "I know that I am going to tho Ohio penitontlary to die," said Ward, who li DLUEGRASS DOCTORS MEET. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas 77 years old, shortly after sonteoco Office with IMII oh or THrpttmia H when In Hw.1 of OKX HK1HH. KIIKMII MKATH Kentucky Midland Society Holds In- had been pronounced on him. Judge B. T. Davis jI "If I do die, a wardon in tho Mlchi-gaor rKlII'hTIJrTH. X teresting Session. Hickman, Ky. penitentiary has promised to tako VWWWWWWWHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 3 Deliveries Telephone 6 m- Loxlngton.-Th- o Kentucky Midland enro of my body." Medical society mot hero. There worn THREE NEGROES LYNCHED. forty-flrmembers In attendance, and I Special Clubbing Offers, prominent members of tho profession One Killed Wife, Two Others Assaultfiom Louisville, Frankfort, SholbyvlUo, ed White Women. Lexington, Versailles, Danvlllo and Shelbyvllle, Ky. A mob composed Splendid Selection Midway took part in tho meeting. Th Tho Courier has made a clubbing following odours wero olected for of less than 100 men seized and lyncharrangement with all tho leading pub- 1911: ed thrco nogroes, two of whom wero lications In tho U. S., and can savo Dr. W. C. MoCauloy, Sholbyvillo, charged with assaulting whlto girls our readers on any of thorn. Noth- prosidont; Dr. George P. Spm?uo, Lex- and tho third sontonced to hang for ing better for a Christmas gift than ington, vico president: Dr. C. C. Oarr, tho murder of his wife. Tho three A NICE LINE OF wero lynched in different places, and some of these high-clab- s periodicals, Loxlngton, secretary and treasuror. Tho next meeting will bo held la what was first seemed to Lave been n and they are always welcome visitlnglo lynching was found to havo ors during tho long winter months. Versailles in April. boon a triple ono only with tho finding Below we givo a few of those that Lexington. Henry West was ac- of tho thrco bodies. will make your selection easy, l'lcaso quitted of tho chargo of murder growBee Oar Stock Cnlland romember those prices are positively ing out of tho killing of Urannon Civ-en- s Battleship Arkansas Launched. Everything cash, and will only bo sold with the last May. Tho proof of tho coso Philadelphia. To tho cheers of close Hickman Courier. Prices quoted j-- was that tho shooting was accidental. to twenty thousand pcoplo lining tho for a year's subscription to the Cour-iriver bank at Camdon, tho battleship and tho publication named: LOCOMOTIVE EXPLODED. Arkansas, latest acquisition of the United States navy, slid Into tho Dela Bagdad. Thrco men wero injured, ware. A mlnuto before Miss Mary L. perhaps fatally, when tho crownshoot Macon, daughter of Congressman Maof a C. & O. freight onglno blow out. Woman's National Dally $1.75 Tho Injured, all of whom woro badly con of Arkansas, dressed all in whlto, nnd holding In her arms a hugo bunch THAT WE WILL KELLY Weekly Commercial Appeal 1.2 burned by steam, aro: William Kash, of American Beauty roses, had thrown The Delineator 1.75 engineer, fatally; I). F. Polndextor, I tho bottlo of American champagne: JIttorncy'at'Law 1.1)0 ilroraan, ribs broken, scalded Success Magazine and with unorring aim against tho bow o! 2.7C burned; E. C. Fogolman, head brake-maYouth's Companion tho ship. Clinton, Kentucky ribs broken and (scalded. Tho ac Cosmopolitan 1.70 Evcrybodys Ont'ltnth of 0 ftts to GirtstUnltt. 2.00 cident hapenod whllo tho train was Egypt Experimenting With Cotton. St. Louis Republic (2 a week) 1.40 moving at a good rato of speed. The Washington. Experiments In cotton ouso of tho explosion is cot knowu. 1.1C Farm Progress culture aro being mado by tho Kgyp-tlaRepublic Rl-'2.C0 daily govornmont with a viow to InWILL COMPILE LAWS. Courier-Journa- l Dally 8.20 creasing tho production of that comWeekly Courier Journal 1.60 Frankfort. At a meeting of tho modity. Tho govornmont la conduct Ing theso experiments on its Korash-raMoney to Loan. 3.G board of control Judgo A. J. O. Wells Scientific American estates with a now cotton seed, 2.C0 was appointed to compllo in ono book McClures Magazine ill tho laws of Kentucky relating to styled nsslll, which has produced apAmerican Magazine proximately 800 pounds per acre It li I loan money on farm lands id American Poultry Advocate .... 1.35 '.harltablo institutions and prepare such now laws as ho thinks aro needed. Bko nllfl in color, but better In quality and Weakley Counties, Tenn., American Fruit Grower 1.C5 Dr. T. W. Gardiner was selected to and Is expected to fetch $2 moro poi and In Fulton County, Ky. About Outing Magazine 3.10 I tako up tho quostlon of uniform waos hundrodwolqht than any othor varloty L one-hal- f the cash value of a farm Southland Magazine 2.00 B cultivated In Egypt. U tho institution and try to arrango will bo loaned. Loans made in sums d Magazlno .... 2.00 scalo which can bo followed. Don't Blame the Hen of 11.000 or more for flvo years with ColUer's Weekly 6.30 Judgo Wells has not begun his work A dry, hacking cough is hnrd on -- ASK privilege to borrower of paying samo Coleman's Rural World .... .. 1.C5 ind docs not now know what he will FORRATES- tho lungs, often causing them to after one year In full or making any Outlook Magazlno 3 7r recommend, but ho says tho present bleed. DALLARD'S HOREHOUND When you qct Hnd fgqs for t hoy size partial payment desired at inter-mi- s Ladies Homo Journal laws am vory looso and many osson SYRUP Is a healing balm that quickMcMURRY & FLAT ly repairs damage In tho lungs and tln.1 points aro not covered. of six months after the expira- Saturday Evening Post Were Good when slio liiul them 2.C0 AttornoysatLaw passages. Prico 25c, 60c and it air tion of ono year. Interest being stop- Woman's Magazine 1.35 por bottle. Sold by Hickman DrugCo Offico ovor Hlckinnn DriiR Comivan Frankfort. Gov. Wlllson and Mrs. You can Examine Insurance ped on partial payments made. Call If you do not soo what you want Companies and you can Can-di- e Hickman, Ky, ob or write O. BPRADLIN, Attorney-at-La- In this list, call at our office; we Wilson received an invitation from nnd Mrs. Taft to attend a Eggs, but after all isn't It was thought that when tho Union City, Tenn. tf havo hundreds of others. Write nam President at tho whito houso January reception it bestjto demand the kind 8G0 feet long and with n ton- and address plainly with your order. 10. Gov, Wlllson also received an In DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. of insurance that you know Commercial-Appeal- , specifying exactly the periodicals. to attend a meeting of the Jingo of 48.000.that tho utmost limit vitation St. Louis Post Dentist is goodwill of. the time ? hnd been reached In naval architectDispatch and Saturday Evenlnfj Post Should you want more than ono Periodical Publishing association on ure. Vet, a ship is nott bolng built Davidson's old Btnnd. Phono No. " delivered at your door. Sade Salama paper besides tho Courier take $1.00 January G. that Is9G feet wide, 900 feet long, I lick man, Ky. LaClede Hotel. price of each extra periodifrom the IXiaxcl that has nine decks and will carry Pleurisy pains aro located Just becal. Thus: Tho Woman's National 4200 passongors a 1,000 tho Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve Dally and Hickman Courier costs low samoshort ribs. Lumbago affects will bo required andman crowof Thoro HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. to her. region but toward tho back. tho Good for all Skin Discasco. $1.75. It you want tho Commercial- Funeral Directors and Embalmers. BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT Id will bo Turkish and Roman baths, Appeal also, add 25c, making a total tho remedy fn either case. If rubTho liver loses lta activity at tea gardons, gyinnnslurts, rcstnuranU Phono 20, day or night. of $2 for the three papers. bed In thoroughly it oases pain, rolox-o- s grill roomsjlbrarlcs, times and A. 3. Kennedy, the insurance man, a dolly newspa- nn effective) nccda holp. HUUUINH Is tho muscles and the patient can Hickman, Ky. liver Btlmulant. It also per, saloons, telephones, has moved his offico upstairs over electric purifies tho bowels, strengthens diniovo about freely and comfortably. Drovard's store. You are invited to Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey I'rico 25c, 50c and Jl a bottlo. Sold lights In fact, a littlo floating city. gestion and rcstorca strength, vigor by Hickman Drug Co. and cheerful spirit. I'rico GOc. Sold DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N call .and see him. Phono 61. For Coughs and Colds., by Hickman Drug Co. persons indobtcd to mo aro All For Intornal and External Pains. Tho Hickman Courier and Weekly Havo Schmidt tho Tailor to do your earnestly requested to call and sottle Tako out that lnsuranco today. You Commercial Appeal, both ono year Telephone No. 4 for bettor moats cleaning and pressing. Satisfaction I at onco, as I need tho monoy. Dr. may bo noxt to burn out Konnody, Our 20o coffoo U a world-beatefor $L36. Oet them bow. and groceries. I guaranteed. J. C. Morris. lFeb. tho lnuraaoo Man. try IL BefcUnwortk A FratlMr. 1910. Millions of pounds of butChicago. ter, eggs, cheoso and poultrj, held In cold storngo warehouses here, will be thrown on tho market boforo May 1, and n genoral tumbling of food prices Is expected nt onco, according to comNumorous i mission merchants. cago commission men aro Bald to bo faring failure ns a result of their of forts to maintain un artificial price on the necessities of life. Tho Inability further to uphold this price Is said to bo due to a combination of clnum stances, cftluf of which nre tho open winter of 1911 and tho banner crojw of HICKMAN I ill JrldKif! MARBLEl (WORKS KHTAIIMHHK1) Xt TOM DILLON, Sr (HucrcaMir to II, O, llniniiinvr, J Ion iMsm l& Marble and Granite (Monuments CURDING, STONE WORK OF Al KINDS. IRON FENCING Farmers and Merchants Bank !!. SHOE CO. St. Louis, A. M. TYLERH R t e d r ABSOLUTELY THE BEST olt m nil, 1 1 I? n Cash Book Store o Ledford & Randle N ew dooks Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Lap Robes and Mary Berendes & Co. u' Hiolsman. Courier and Horse Blankets at a Bargain J. SMITH Close Out Hickman Harness Co. Business Taylor-Trotwoo- Directory SollN Tliat R. T. TYLER r- riE33 EHE&TS ulJv.l !(,, i M Surplus Stock Clearing Sale Begining Saturday Feb. 4 and continues to Saturday Feb. 18 Our stock have deminished greatly and Saturday we start a sale to close out everything that is left regardless of cost. Just exanine our prices and you will find that we offer you exceptional values. What you buy at our store you can rest assured is the best merchandise. If you are not pleased with what you buy here we will always try to make you satisfied. Extra Special All blankets including cotton and woolen that sold from $1 up to $7.50 to be closed out at cost. Comforts that sold from .25 to 2.00 included in this. 1 Sweaters and Knit Goods Our stock of mens, boys and childrens coat sweaters that sold from 50c to .50 to be closed out at cost. Ladies Knit Skirts, Scarfs, etc., must go. 1 Another Extra Special Sorosis Petticoats, in black Satteen and Heatherbloom, that sold from 1.25 to 2.50, specially priced 98c to .78 1 Mens, Ladies and Childrens Underwear at Actual Cost Mens heavy fleece lined and heavy ribbed cotton underwear, vest and pants, our 50c values, sale price, each, 39c Misses and Childrens Jersey ribbed fleece lined, 10 to 16 years, nicely made garments, 60c values, now 48c Women's mediun weight underwear vests and pants, 50c values, 29c. Womens $ underwear, part wool, 75c 1 Wash Goods, Linens, etc. Colored Dress Linens in all shades, in plain and mercerized, that sold from 20c and 30c 25c to 50c per yard, special sale price, per yard India Linen, very sheer quality, that sold for 12 Table Linens and Napkins inch Satin Damask Table Linen, 1.00 value, at " 75c " " " " 64 " 60c " " " " 60 60 inch White Table Linen, 30c value, al AH linen Napkins, 1.50 values, at Linen Napkins, hemmed, 1.50 values, at Mercerized Napkins, 1.35 values, at Big assortment Cambric Embroideries, with insertion to match, 5 yards to piece, specially good edge, price per bunch 72 75c jc and 25c, sale price, 10c and 14c. per yard Our entire stock of Woolen Dress Goods, consisting of serges and fancy weaves, in colors of black, blue, brown, green and cream. Our regular 40c, 60c and 79c 50c, GOc, 75c and 1.00 retailers, sale price, per yard 4 60c 40c 20c 1.20 1.25 1.15 50c J Misses and Childrens mMW We Sell The mw MM Wraps Close out at a sacrifice Celebrated m M mmwr, mm ., rwL. .tiE?tti&zkz&Zjb mt mm kw km Jm mm .mm. B w ,r MK mm mw yM mm mm aw These Garment Offerings VIIITC Should head you this way "Vt BLZ flf1Jllin A lAlC .... Just look at what values these are. In all sizes 0 to 14 years. These Coats are all this season goods that sold from .50 up to 6.00. Special priced in this sale from 1 1 GmmmtMrnWrnm Saturday Our entire stock of ladies coat suits at cost and under 20.00 values, sale price 1 4.48 1 BSoaf I 1.20, 2.48, 3.15, 3.95 IBM if 1 fLJfflSsfcs 1 6.50 values, sale price 5.50 values, sale price 1 .00 1 1 0.00 15.00 values, sale price 10.00 Glove Bargains All our Ladies Kid Gloves, including the season's most popular shades, that sold 98c for 1.25 per pair, sale price Mens all leather gloves that sold for ...40c GOc a pair, sale price Mens Pants to be Closed Out at Cost We have on our counters about 72 pairs of Mens Pants, which we are going to close out at cost These pants sold from 1.50 to 4.00 per pair. We are closing out the pants me and you will be amply paid to secure these bargains. Curtain Swiss and Draperies all go at reduced prices. Curtain Swiss Ribbons Sale price our stock of Fancy and Persian in wide widths, regular 25c values. Rib-bon- s, .L8c low prices will do it we will close out every piece of Winter Merchandise during this sale. You still have about half of the winter to make use of the goods. Read every item and see what you can save in dollars. Come and see us during this sale, whether you buy or not. If Fuqua, Helm Sz Co. 'ft'l 'l"l"l"l"l' l"l'H"H-H-H-H"- H' Ellison Bros. These Splendid Tumblers afitei Kodaks. $1 Heard On the Streets U PIMI i In 50c Bros. imr nim D82f Quit borrowing the Courier up. Helm & Ellison Kotlnk supplies at Helm & Ellison's Hlfeei Set of Six 15c Yesterday day V was a regular summer with I). Steel Hand Saws Do your spring palntlqg S Helm & Ellison. Miss Dottle Davidson has returned from n visit to Memphis. are Fresh eggs nro. always cash and unsalnblo never sharp Do not provldo roosts with cdRos for thJ young birds. Work to securo special customors for egs nnd dressed poultry. Dreed only from tho most vigorous brooding stock to bo secured. Uco ahd mites are evor prosent whero cleanliness is nogleoted. bathing must havo clean wator about throe ttmos a week. tiood liealth in tho fowls it tho foundation of successful poultry hut-bandr- Vj CHICAGO " v s v. I Vy ..Wsv i Hi y t Ef We Strongly Urge You The thermometer raglstered grees In iltckuinu yesterday. SO de- Mrs. Jnok Kussoll, of Memphis, Is Ask Any of the guost of HIckmtut relatives. John Ford, of Cairo, was hero urday, the guest of Percy Jones. A Sat- lino of flower seed reedy for your Inspection. Holm & Bllteon. life Clias. Travis went to Nashville Tuesday to attend the wedding of lite sister. the Miss Kuth Klmliro Is home from a visit with Fulton mid Crutahfleld frtends. Mns. L. 1 KlMson left Sunday night for Memphis to vtelt her daughter. Mrs. Iouls Kllpatrlak. Crowds for Your Own For Uiat tired feeling take Nynl's Spring Sarsaparllln, n stimulating. liMltlirul tonic Helm & Hillson. Tom Taylor, formerly postmaster Union City. wis elect! treasurer of Tennessee this weok. That bents being V. M. M who Came pure There nro many reasons why on bred chickens should bo pteforred tho farm. growing A good, aetlvo. henlthy, ohlckon will seldom bo troubled with leg weakness. Keop doubtful eggs nt homo, as a egg mny result In tho los of n E bad customer. good One of tho most dlfllcult things for a beginner In poultry raising to loarn la to cull closely. Tboro la something In oats that gives spoed to the mare nnd material for eggs to hons. Hnvo a cloan, warm, dry plnco with straw or llttor for tho roosting quarters of tho duoks. In placing the birds In winter quar-tor- s separate hons from pullets, as radically different require thoy amounts of food. It Is said that the largest Incubator In tho world Is In Australia; 11,410 ducks" eggs or 14.S14 hens' eggs can be hatched In It at one tlrao. Tho main fnotor in securing success with poultry in winter lies In the hn houso being perfectly dry and warm, sufficient Hint and ventilation. TWO GOOD WATER FOUNTAINS Interest to Visit Our Great Economy Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Isler nnd dauglv ter, Mrs .Jessie Dillon, returned Monday from an eight days' visit with tholr son, flobort Islor, in Peiwaouln, Fla. Today Receptacles Are Abtoluta Necetilty In Chicken Yard and Inexpensive How to Make Thorn. It Is of tho utmost Importance that poultry bavo cosy access to good fresh water at ail times. Two simple drinking fountains aro shown in the Illustration. The one on the loft is made from an old empty can and pan. Two ears Sam I). I.ufen is a new member of Uie city council, representing Bast Hickman, taking the piece of C. F. Ilaltzer, resigned. Good man for the place. Percy Jones, who has been suffer ing for a few days from nervous pros tration, is nble to be out again. He will leave In a short time for Hot 3 Springs for a rest. Jno. Ilrown nnd Joe Brevard woru fined for broach of ponce in Judge Hemlcy's court. Ilrown paid $5 nnd Brevard $10. Simon Young was fin ed $5 on same offonse. The little son of Mr. and .Mrs. J. Housluy, who lost tho sight in both oyos. Is in n precarious condition with cancer of Die eyes now. Most everything has been done thnl can bo done for tho ilttlo fellow. 13. They'll Bear Witness That This is The ii I III Ml' UB1 till I Y 1,3 the best tailoring nt the smnllcst cost, there is no better way tlmn through us. Wo offer INTER. Clothes to every mnn who NATIONAL appreciates Style and Good Service nnd desires- - something smarter than the ordinary. See the new models, and over fabrics, and better than these 500 of the swcllcst -S- EE THE PRICES. Mndc-to-Mcasure f F you desire all-wo- ol QJr Two Drinking j XtJ1 Sale Now Fountain. Millet & Alexander Killed on Boat. John IiUHHHHter. Going On IOOI now are that San Indications Francisco, Cal., will get the Panama exposition for 1016. This matter is to he determined by Congross, and tho vote of tho House on the matter yesterday stood 350 against 18. Greatest Sale J. M. McDaniol, son of Mrs. C. V. Bargains Are Offered You Now McDandel, of this city, was married Tuesday nt Frankfort, to Miss Hnttlo McCluro, of Frankfort. The groom was born and reared In HIckmnu, nnd Is now a leading lawyer of the cnpl tol city. Hero's our btwt wlshoe, J M. We've Ever Held An antertnlnmont w Ill b.o givon nt the Sinfmons School Houso Friday evening. Fob. 10th, nt 8 o'clock. "Illg Jim," a negro farce, and "Aunt DI- nan's Quilting Party" also a grand drill, will afford fun for overybody. Come one, como all Admission 2Gc, chlldrren lEc. railroad of this city. Thoy nro grading on Stove Stahr's place, about one mile out. On account of tho ground being wet horses and scrapors have deon discarded for tho present, nnd ilngoe and wheel barrows are handling the dirt. Contractors on tho now are now working within sight But Come But Come i It Is rumored that Col. S. L. Dodds Quick These Fine Roasters leaving Hickman is contemplating nnd locating nt Memphis or In Mississippi. The Courlor Joins tho many friends of Col. Dodds In hoping thnt this matter doesn't dovolop furthor than the "contemplating stuge." A man who doos as much for n town is this innn 1 one thnt we cannot Afford to loso, nnd wo propose to koo him nnd his family hare if they must be guarded. J. M. Pullon, a photographor of Sprlngfinld, Mo., has hoard about Hlcknmn bolng tho host town of Its size In tho world, and is now hore for tho purpose of locating nnd going Into tlw photograph business. Mr Pullen snyB ho finds tho town all that Is claimed for It, nnd ho is hunting for a suitable building that ho ran leaso for a term of years. Ho Is npt nn amntiour or tent man, hut wants to put In a first class gallery n.id can deliver first class work It will bo a permanent Institution. Quick 8 Inch Strap Hinges Only 15c Ellison Bros. Ellison Eros. '1 . i 1 ' Mini Mantle fwty uf tit was rauftht and Jodn tUndlry. of ,S'nlm!l In the HMeMnery of rhtgasoliM- - boat MMlTicd lent iiih in .Vahil. to thf "Daisy," tfciiHlny nrtrriMHm umI of i man) ' tatnl Itijttrhw from which kv lttl of Uh- - brnl. Momliiy aaornlng The scrWK-n- l Tai hrld- l it dittHthtor f x' at IsImimI No 7. wfeer the llaAbeth ft and eemt-Hm1 gone with mnm otlMr of ta ( ramlllM of li. men to get th ImmI off a bar where U a p rfi-lady. nf iti. she had groWHiled, as a n-of Mint reaOtthHer MM hriNiklng Ioom ami floeila ih. ui, pMniil ragard for rlw The Ixwt wtw to br takti to mm for txr a iUht In tli.- - hSIMPLE DRIVER FOR POULTRY Cwlnmbua to work for Btlters. the all abe oirt. ami iiMRhty t uilller, ami be sent Uumtwr beM In hltlir Mim tlui Mnttl Devlre la Qood for Duoka, as They Are to help get th boat to Cohnnbus Extremely Nervoua lnseiHter was caught in tke shaft Mr. llandky la a training Frightened. Ing and wouwl nrowwl it wltk Mch man U Knw ft tin . of No. force Unit hta bxly was almoet beat und has with tin-- flnn It Is not Tcry cosy to drive chickens n into m iwlp. Mai left lee wm number ( ar Ik hi eAid whoro thoy don't want to go. "Shoo- broken In two ur three ptncee, anns a ralffhty rim- ' And fellow ing" with tho apron or throwing up broken and the rltw on his Mt aide you've giH to Im- if yen art- - wor' tho arms only servos to frighten thorn, were all torn kxwe from his mwi. the lady of your diloe and rarely accompllshee tho object Am quickly a (Huwlble he was Mr. and Mrs HnNdlfy uiH A slmplo help is a palm-loa- f faa brought to Hlekiimn for mullcal Uielr home In Nnalnllle. nnd wired to a long stick. Used gontly, and was lookeil after by Dr. wieh of ih. Ir inH) frliiul C. V. Oirlln. All effort to prolong low Mirm life wna futile, and the mnn died at the home of WIN Jnukhon. JiiM at thla thne the rountrv The reiHftliM were carried by Uml to ColuuilHM, .Monday to be hurled iei UiroHshiMit the state an nt Uerkeley. He Is survived by a Wmpotl wMh prtnled lelt.rs A Simple Chicken Driver. wife ami four children, ami. we un a lot of shmII fry polltlrtnfts h n tho chickens may bo guided In any di- denrtnnd. lenves no luHimuce or prop awlonmanem for offtoe No. Hi' rection, and nro novor frightened. This erty. not Kcloe tho price of Hio o devlco Is ospcclally good for tho mry Khnouncetneni hut m-to The boat on w4iieli toe of driving ducks, ns thoy aro his life wtw built two years aro In on the editor's a'inimtliy for nervous and easily frightened. this city, and is owned by lClrk & upport After the cnuipnlgii ih " Ward. She an all fnted' craft. lo, they rorget the uforeanld n Milk for Laying Hens. Iter men. The Courier will Jusi Milk, In small quantities, will generoff tliMe pnipoHttloiis. ' ally bo taken roadlly by laying hens, i i.eonnm iToet. inte or Oklnlioiim. Is er iteople my for advertising l' ' nnd It Is in ovory way excellent for working In Jones Cnr. IKiper, and the iollUclii vtin d'i them, but if given too frequently, or Hnme If he get nuythlng Got rid of that spring cold. in so largo quantities that it cannot soon bo taken caro of, a Hock Is apt will brenk It. Holm K-- Wllison. to tiro of It, and Bomottmcs rofiiBo It I'rMldeiit Tnlf will vlHlt Nnslnli entirely. Puro wator should always Particular women uso llulm's Witch bo acccsslblo, as milk will not and can- Hazel Cretim IjoIIoii for their com. Monday, .March 13. not take its place. ploxlon. Ask your drugglsu Torcy .loues has been on the bk linn llnckott tins been luwlmied to list for sevenil dnys. Qood Roofing. n plnco on tho rogulnr police force. Mrii. II. Iluohanaii will lenve n x Shlnglos or folt roofing makes a warmer and cooler roof than motal Iinckelt Is about the yonnviwt ikiIIoo-mn- n week for Now Jersoy to spend n In the state, hut n gixxl one. for poultry houses. Honvy folt roofwith rolntlvos. ing Is cspoclally goodi for this purpose, Ono of our good lady friends on A. 0. Cnmpboll, n law atudent nn I becauso it koops out cold winds. llouto 1, writes: Author nnd Hdttor room mnto or Klvls Slnlir, nt Ulin of Homo Circlo: I wish to oxtond on, Tonn., was In this city yesterda Karl,- eon of J. Jr. Bzoll nnd wife, words of appreciation of your Homo lookllng over the sltuntlon with J has pnoumonln. Circlo Column, which deserves great vlow to locating In Hickman. It doc Clilof Wright reports fines collect praise and which I enjoy reading not matter whnt your biislnerw, you od for Jnn 1011. at $210.75. Thnfs Wishing the Home Circle nnd editors never mako a mistake locating In i not so bad success A Itoador. Hickman. atHMtt aro soldered on the sides with a wire so it can bo hung In a frame. This can la placed right sldo up and filled with water when a cork la put in through which Is modo a small nolo. The can is then Inverted and made secure and a shallow pan Is placed undor tho cork. Tho water will fill tho pan abovo tho hole In tho cork and as tost as tho wator Is drunk by the fowla moro fresh wntor from tho reservoir will run into tho pan. Tho figure on tho right la modo in a similar manner except that tho water is held in a rocoptaolo soldered on by tho t tinner. These, cans must bo with no openings, savo thoso permitting the water to como out nlr-tlgh- Travis Handley. TTI. ago Ky ywrs, of llerkeley. , urn. - Trl. n - a ! ) ilii di - kl t and-Eaitl- y n-- zSSk 1 pur-pos- si soft-tHm- Cnps-n-Col- -- - . l W mmsmmzssm uy Now Prices Advance Soon. Lot in Business Subdivision only 315 210 to Easy Tormsl Fine Fine Investment! .ocatlonl New Railroad Building 3oat Lino to Start Soon. In. New Wo nro nuthorlzoti to announce W. A. FROHT, of Wlngo. ii candidate for tho State Senate from tlio district comiKed of tho counties of Pulton. Hickman and Graven, subject to tho notion of 1 O. " 7 ' tln Democratic Primary Election on May ' ii 1911 It I ao Shoes ! Shoes ! A Slash in Shoe Prices to Move our Winter Stock. For Women and Men this sale means an opportunity to get a pair of Shoes for street, work, or dress wear at reduced prices ' ' Assaulted by Negro. Mrw Nannie Ilnlhrook, 10, llv log four miles north of Mayfluld. waa rrlmlnall)- - amulted Sumlay nlnlit by an unknown negro Up to tills tlmo lie had not been cniiBht althoiiKli n youim anny or clttseiiH Iiim Bcoured the vletnlly and had blood IioiiimIb with tlimu. Th iiMNiult wn one or the wonrt that linn over happened In VBa" Lots In G. B. Dond's Subdivision Dnly 550 to $85 each, $10 down and Houses only JCO0 to 15 a month. .BaHMaaflP 050, only $25 down and $10 a month. Depot to De Quilt on 3ao Ball Ground. Live on the Hill nd See the Trains Come In. New R. R. ' if Three of the Dest Lots In Walker's Southern Heights Addition. Prices ird Terms Right. Ouy Before the Dig floorn Which Is About to Start. Make Money. Qet Home or Business Loaatlen. Day FroTi RUSSELL JOHNSON sr E DONDURANT. Give Thorn the rice of Admission and They Will 3pen the Door of Prosperity to YOU. Yours truly, . B. Bond vsmmszyj 10W TO TELL WOMAN'S AGE. fhls Plan Will Trap Htr Unlsss Oh Is Sutplelous. Lvcry i nit neonw to l liorn with n the w of tattle with Mi:rv f i !!! hll ll If CcillM III itHttHCt WOIIHMI il i n..i ir lii li:iti An Intuitu CHirtiMltv trii ag ! itnmW of "iHimmorii" ju" i Ii h. r 4iKn1 tho hernia of f . 'e friend. Itat there In tr ii ' i u ni'uo IiiMcmIi to iHmoyut than Ix-e- his Mtloii. The neuro went to the lUlltrook homa at 11 o'clock Sunday utaht ami broke out a window and climbed into Uie room. Titer wtir no lxirsoiiB In the home except Mr llnlbmok and her two daintbtent, aged G and 12 feore, H Bralihod tho mother and wartwd her to innko no outcry on the ponalty or danth Tho black brute crnwlail In the bed whero Mm llHlbnwik wat leplK. then dragged ber to Die floor ami held her until he srcompltolitM his purpose The woiimu mud a boiiio flKht for her HiiHor. but wh choked nml beaten rnd bruised alxiut Ilia body. The oldent girl waa choked almoel li'to InmiiMlblllty and fnlntiNl He did not bother except to choke and threat n her Tint telephone wlntH Irnd Illl nrt by ilia neuro before he the house. en-n-r- Womcns Imperial 3.50 and 4.00 Shoes, sale price .'2.75 and j 3.00 j j Mens Bostonian 4.50 afld 5.00 Shoes, sale price Mens Knecland 4.00 and 4.50 Shoes, sole price $1.00 TJX 3.75 and 4L00 ti Womcns Imperial 2.50 and 3.00 Shoes, sale price 2.00 and 2.25 3.25 and 3.75 , 1 BOYS SHOES .A. ALL OTHER SHOES REDUCED IN THE SAME PROPORTION lEIEJIDTjrCTIOIISr On our entire line of Winter Hats, Shirts, Underwear and Hosiery. LIBBEAL I MILLET & ALEXANDER The Place where Honest Price Productions Prevail. HI VI Take that iwwvlptloii to Halm rtllltOM & Family ami Health. Serious Charge, Slu'rlff JohnBou Informs us that he arrnrted Tom Morgan. Monday, on a charge or detaining a woman agalnat hor will The woman who made the complaint WH8 Mrs. Cardio Conwoll, of tlio lower bottom. Mr Morgan gave bond in tho sum or $.r.00, Blgned by Judgo D. T. Davis, and hia preliminary trial will be hold liofore Judgo W. A. Naylor, Wednos-day- . Peb. 8. ThlB Ib a very serious offi nso and It Ib to bo hoped that Un-rla some mlHtako about tho Frost For Senator. In this Usuo of tlio Courlor, W. A. Prost, of Wlngo, nnnouncea as a for tho State Sonato from this district, composed of tho counties of Hickman, Pulton and Graves. In writ lug tho Courier of his Intontion, Mr. Prost writes as follows. Which Is characteristic of his straightforward, methods: and above-boar- d can-dldat- o Our Appreciation. Wc take this means of thanking our customers and friends for their liberal patronnge during tho past year. Our business was very satisfactory indeed; In fact, it was tho host year In tho history or our business. Wo havo endeavored to glvo tho very best posslblo values In every Instance, and trust wo Jiavo succeeded In pleasing you. Wo aro now to give you even hotter servlco than In tho past, and solicit a continuation or your patronage. Again thanking you, wo aro, Respectfully, HICKMAN FUilNlTOiUE CO. E. n. Reeves, Mgr. pro-pare- d Mr at a .Mm. 8. I.. Doddi uutor-tAlne- d 0 o'clock dinner. Tuenday ier eTenlHs. In hoHur or Mnrvln Ilm;)irtt, PfwatdwiL Had W. I). ORiitlllou. nun- ral laatiAger of the Chlonao North- w eater n ItaMrowl. Iflrnoet Jnlnmon Ilrother'a In a hoapltal, MtmW up and lnme. Some one moil him for a mat In a foot 1ml game. 1 ft " fXJI t tit S w h. rr h n little kcIhiho whkh n in thri ii uti tins lunt dhooriircd to flml out thi mho nf rh Mron. t 1 n v ' a i u.- that rrMHi in plea-nti- l rrnur iiinn. you proeivd Borne- till"? ri. r ili f4lnwlnt: manner. ip Ik' ii n liuniowiily. of roiirncalmple problem In Tl.i' U n m til. ti rwy fm- - pooplo nro i. nrl ' nl iHrowHlu jot ll I tw ennjr in wmi'ter If yon enn do m ihmi1i 1 1 1 rp ,.C "f furt H YTOMMII A W'lHI W'lftfceA ! wrtit. awl wife and Joe Cnntlllon ami wefr preeelil Helm m-e- wlfw Mother's abut uulto smashed up Joining In tho riiHh. Cot K(iint) fmotureR and thojlkp, In n liargaln cnish. Sistur Ii.ib a broken log ()ulto a uonimou hurt, (lot it walking In, tho Btrcct In a hobblo aklrt. Pathur haa a broken skull Prom a little mix, . Got a brlok upon hie bond Tnlklng jxillticH. 1 & ICIlifton a Perry 'b Knr-de- n It" i 1 -i n f ' i HI v. "n. It i. ' l ID- i I miI . l ni, ii wirfinn hi hr dkinlly. Mi in il It m Wrffl. ..r ii nHtnl'H- - rorrvafMndlng uf tt month .iin u.m OU. no. yen Mm- 1 1 I ilii' null niitloW rlror w - ll il t It.- lU'iirv Is.'. Mattd '.in in, inn) Mint t HKH U - K i . mi V i I r I m.' i.s ill' I ii H .ittiplr '' ami "li ml i'rfnr fi I by a." ii i i i llr r I ii .'....i ", nMpi"",'t r irr 'i Mi" ti ..' niiU ... . Wind tlHUT Vi hsmI niM ti Mi.' inMl tnu-- i Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src Jit Courier Office. See samples. Sheriff Johnson loft Tuesday with Tom Ilnll, a negro, whom ho will placo In tho Kddyvlllo penitentiary. Ivl Polwoll was arrested yoBtonlay Ho will do rivo years at that Instituby Policeman Hnckott charged with tion. carrying concealed weapon. Ho was caught at tho Parmors cotton gin, I havo eight MUL.KS POU SAJ.K; and It la thought ho wa intending to take a allot at n certain man tliero. good work muleo that I willsoll at but he did not find him beforo being a reasonable prlco ror cash or good note W. A Dodds. HIckmnn, Ky nrrested mll 1 1IV i ilihM " repfl Unit oor- "You nro (HID who have wi''" V s ' r I i i i . .it , fur ifrinii I ( I dm .1 I' ' ' turn .mm to tiki .! 'i.-t..- n 1 I your A. E. ANDERSON Hurlim illMMtv- t Mitt wan Imrn In .mi ri fii thii ' l llilrty your n ..i 'ihi nnlTful nl thla rt i. iilnr the Airunm 'JSt) In mil to And .vow mil l i in ii s ii I'm ami Try It on rt .1 I Uf i &C0. Garrigan. Mrs. Sallle Qloar this week. la " You no doubt havo noticed in tho papers of this district, quite a solicitation from tho democratic voters, asking mo to announce myself as a candidato for tho off Ico of Stato Sonator rroin this, tho Plrst Senatorial district, all or which I vory much appreciate and will say that aftor having' given the matter honest, and earnest consideration, havo decided to announce myself as a candidato, subject to tho action of tho domo-cral- c prlmarty of May 27. In so do-s- o I feel that I am qualified to at least represent tho district with soino degroo of sntlsractlon to tho constituency, having reached an age of mature judgment, with a practical business experience of twenty years, In which I havo studied Uio needs of our people to an extent that I fool that at tho next session of tho Gon-cra- l Assembly of Kentucky I could be of service to tho peoplo I should represent. Since long beforo I had attained my majority, 1 havo boon a strong believer In tho democratic principal "of the greatest good to tho greatest number," havltiR labored for the success of these, voted for ovory nominee or the "party slnco." HU convictions as to right and wronu lu politics has always boon strons, nnd ho lias never wavered to tho right nor left, in keeping in line with tho democratic policy of his party. Ho has novor failed to answer any and all calls mado upon him to assist lu fighting tho battles for his party. Ho Is a conscientious sincere Christian gontlomon, nnd has been Just as loyal to his church as In his party work. He has neer asked anything in the wny of an office of his party and now for tho first tlmo in his Hfo he asks tho nomination at tlio hands e of his democratic frlonds for tho or State Senator from this dis- Perfumery'- - Holm & Ellison. In Meniorian, Tailors, Bbr-1oe- a full-leng- Chicago th on the alok list Criitrtifield. Ornco lllcU apajit with frlcuilB on route 2. MIum J. Sumlny A. Oray and wlfo nttendud nt Mt. Ollv'o Sunday. samples 0 will present the of their fresh, snappy selection of sg Joe ltHlcllff wiiB the RiiuBt of Dick IlarkKilule WediieMluy iiIhIiL lM Oray Mr ! nml niton IjIs Mm I. It. NWinirt. of spent Suiiilii) with tlielr jwir-- ( mnr here at and fnmlli" Uio home of ll. II. spent Monday l'nither. 0 Spring and Summer Suit- ings for your inspection on all-wool g g who haa boon elck IC. A. Walker, Mra Myrtle Itanilnll. of PmliiMk. hi veml weuka, l alilo to bo up fflr iMtinj; her pnnintn. Mr. ami Mr. ugnlir. MMton Moore, nonr lmre. Uugti McIXinlel and wife w'aro the Mum Kininn Presley, of Mt. Verguoaia of Urol I'nitlior and family non waa Uio KiiOBt of Mra. C. V. Sunday. Ixitta a few ilaya thlB wook. Mra. Willie Uhall and ilaiiRhtor. Itoht Klllott and daushtor. M1t wwre the RiieBta 'of CIuib. IhIioII and Tlielma, of Now llopo. woro Wore wife Sunday. Tiicmlny. tho buohIs of frlmlB. nnln nml M'nllln (Irnv Wore .laineo Ilruco and family have inov- - tho guotUB of Mrs. Bnimii Itoach first il from Harilwull to this place, and of the week. will inako UiIb tholr future homo. Mr. and Mra. Olaudo Unsaii spoilt Mr and Mm. Dull on, of Ilanlwell, Sundny at tho home of his undo, Bpent Snturdny and Sumlny hero with Clirm. Wlieoler. tlulr parenlB. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Calvin MoMullln ban moved from MntliK-his homo on stato Hub to MontgomThe infant child of .Mr. and Mm. ery neighborhood. Tom McClnln illoil Sunday ovunlns Sovonil or tho yoiii people or Uio and waB hurled Monday at Hock nolsliborhood attonded tho bIiikIhk at HprliiRB. Antloch last wuok. I 8- - Wednesday and Thursday February 8 th and 9 th 3 trict The advantage of ordering early & has often been told and the story gains force every day. A special representative will show you the m unbroken line and will take your order now for delivery any time, 5 g mi... ffc AllHrt Uiwuon, Pcrsoy Klnp. M'hb-CreKthol DoukUib and ramily havo Mnry Knto Lawson and Maxl" turned to tholr home at Union City Drowder took tho examination for Doug High Sihool puplla nt Hickman FrI after a Malt to hta father, John las. Uay and Saturday. 8 Bradley & Parham Mr Prost enjoys a large acquaintance lu this end of tho district who will he glad that ho hns announced and they know ho will mako a good officer Uo has made a fight for a Prntfs Poultry and Stock food at primary to nnnilnnto a Sonator, thnt It Is tho best mothod to Helm & Ellison's. follow, giving every Democrat in tho district n chance to say who they Our good frlond nnd very worthy want as a candidato, Instead of leavschemfiig politicians exponent or tho profound truth, tho ing It to a fow Pulton Dally Leader, hands us tho nnd snap conventions. following boquot which wo wear with prldo in tho button holo or our SunPost cards and local views. Holm day coat: Our nolghbor, tho Hick-liin- n Courier, comos out with an extra, & Klllson. numbor of pages this weok. It publishes a long list of names of subSheriff Johnson nnd Itob Goaldor scribers Who called and paid during took two white boys, Jolm Cook and tho weok and Ib vory complimentary, Harry Goss, to tho reform school at calling Uiom "scholarly." Tho. paper Lexington, Wednesday. They wcro also makes n splendid showing of accompanied by It. L. Smith, nnd nil now enterprises for Hickman. Tho will attend the Democratic conven- Courier Is one of tho best papers lit Western Kentucky. tion at LoulsvlUo beforo returning. On Jnn. 18, 1911, the angel of death caino and claimed for his own Ltttlo Lorcne Monnn, daughter of Mr. and Mra. J. W. Monan, ago four years and eleven months. She leaves threo brothers, row a mother and father, besides a host of relatives and friends to mourij, hor los3. Why sho was taken away is a problem too hard ror us to solve, but wo havo Uio hopo that her en-- t ran co will be with tho angols and loved ones gone before. Slio was tlio light of tho homo, tho youngest there, and will bo greatly missed, but wo feel that? sho Is safe In tho Father's care. ), Weep not, loved ones, for ltttlo for sho Is better off that wo. Wo can not bring hor back but wo can go to her. Whou sorrow encompasses us, and dark clouds hover over us here, and wo think of, tho loved ones " not lost but gono on berore," lot us rejolco In tho thought that ir wo aro ralthful until Ueatli wo shall meet them over yonder. May tho Lord bless tho bo il aved ones In so living this sweet hope nil Uio remnant of their days, so that after death they will rest In ono of thoso beautiful mansions that Josus has prepared for His peo ple in tho "house not mado with hands, eternal In tho heavens." Sho Is blessed for evermore, nevr to know Uio trlnle, trouble and trlb- uli tlons of this sinful world. A Friend. sls-tor- s, & ii m 1911 IF (Heavy, Strong, XT JOHN DEERE STALK CUTTERS Cut-'em-Quick) tip ia if.M Br 2 mn ft A N" v. ? k True Blue Oliver & Vulcan Plows John Deere Double Row, Edge Drop Corn Drills We have the Biggest Line of Implements known anywhere, and they are yours for the asking. HICKMAN HDW. COMPANY INCORPORATED M Council Proceedings vk w- - 129-0Dr L, P Baltzer, services John Wright, street work $S.00 Sam Wilson, 4 loads gravel $5.00 J A. Noonon, dieting prisoners 14 40 $75.55 Hickman Hdw. Co., mdso DUNCAN E. M'KINLEY. Begin New Plumbing Shop. W A Dodds, the lumber man. wns tho "highest and best bidder" on the stock of J A Cotton & Co. which wok sold Monday by Judge R. S Murroll, assignee for the defunct firm Tho stock consisted of plumbing nnd tinning material and tools. Mr. Dodds got the outfit for about 60c on the dollar, paying $896 for It. A Delightful Affair. In Memoriam. California Congreuman Hickman Ky., Jan. 11, 1911. Council mot in regular session, pres cnt Mayor Dillon, Councllmcn Isler, Hale, Schlenker, Shumate and Tow-el- l. Businesu Life as Carriage Painter. Treasurer's report for year General Fund Account. 1910: $ 707 .2C To bal. from yearr 1909 To amt. reed all sources 1910 10701.72 Minutes of last meeting were read and on motion approved and signed. flHCS.'JS On motion, Sam D. Luton was nomBy amt. paid out during 1910 95I3.4G inated and elected as Councilman to fill the unexpired term of C. F. Halt-oresigned. Mr. Luton was called IJal transferred to year 1911 $1925.52 In and tbo oath of office was administered to lil in by II. C. Helm, Notary Water & Light Bond Acct. r, V if .JaaaaaaMCL. it To bal. from year 1909 $1433.08 Tho following ordlnanco which was to amt reed all sources 1910 3462.00 introduced at the last meeting was again read and on motion wns put $4895.08 upon Its final passage, and was pass- By amt. paid out during 1910 3950.00 ed by tho afflrmatlvo voto of tho six councllmcn present: Dal. transferred to year 1911 $94G.OS Said ordlnanco is in words as follows: Tho City Council of tho City of Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follows: That a rtsiit of way to construct, maintain and operate a line of railroad In tho City of Hickman, Ky., on Walnut street from tho Mississippi river to tho South corporato lino of tho City of Hickman, Ky., and over and across tho streets Intersecting with Walnut street and intersect said lino with such switches nnd side tracks as may bo necessary for tho management of its business and operate over sold railroad when so constructed cars and engines propelled by steam or other power is hereby granted to tho Chicago, Memphis & Gulf Railroad Company, a trunk lino railroad, subject to all tho laws of tho State of Kentucky thereto applying and provided Uiat said railroad shall bo so constructed and maintained that other travel and uso of said street shall suffer as llttlo interference as possible by tho prudent operation of said railroad. To tho said Chicago, Memphis & Gulf Railroad Company, its successors and assigns to havo and to hold forever. Attest: H. C. Helm, City Clerk. Tom Dillon, Sr., Mayor. City Hall Account. To amt reed all sources 1910 $G08.75 Cr Hy overdraft from yenr 1909 $418.12 Dy amt paid out during 1910 90G.10 $1324.22 Ry bal. overdraft to labile. . im-i&tm- - ::m year 1911 $815.47 W. E. Mothony was in Fulton K. A On motion the forogolng reports were received, ordered spread upon tho records, published and filed. On motion Run Hnckutt was employed as policeman nt a salary of $50 a month, to servo during tho discretion oi tho Council. On motion Council adjourned. Attest: II. C. Helm, City Clerk. Sunday. Mitchell wont to State Lino L. T. Jackson was in Cairo on bust nuss first of tho week. Mrs. A. Turkliifiton nnd baby, of Chicago, are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Housloy. The barber shop of J. M. Hantio-phlnnt Fulton, caiuu near being by fire Monday. , J. F. Tuckor, of Fulton, last his rosldeneo by fire Tuosriay morning. Ho carried $1,500 insurance. Mrs. Emma Uncus, wIioho homo was in Water Vnlloy, died of con sumption last week, at the age of 39 years Mrs. J. It. ScatoB and children, of TOaguo, Texas, who havo boon visit- ing Mrs. R. Pnrliam and othor relatives horo for sovoral weeks, left Sunday for Union City boforo returning home. A Pinkorton detective hs boon assigned tho Job of collecting all tho facts obtalnablo rolatlvo to tho killing of young Raulcom by Leo Cnrtor Tfoo following accounts woro pre at Fulton three weeks ago. Ho was sented, proporly approved and on mo in consultation with Sheriff Goaldor tlon allowed and checks ordered Is-- 1 Johnson and Commonwealth Attorney j Smith Saturday. sued for amounts: J. M. KIrby, a former rosldont of Hickman, "who has been horo tho past week, has returned to his homo In Cnruthorsvillo. A now postal card is being issued. It is very small, threo by fivo Inches, white, printed In red Ink, with tho name "Lincoln" in a enrvod ribbon and a spray of laurol oxtondlng from tho base. One of the most enjoyable affair Died at llarrlsbunt, I'i'iin on of the winter wo that given Friday morning (.f January 23rd. 1911 1 ti teiilng when Mr and Mr C. L. MrGeheo, of typhoid fever Mr Walker entertained n large number Oehee wns 31 year of ng nml n of friends In honor of their twentieth n Rush Creek liy. hi mother i 1. wedding nttnlwmtry lug here for Fulton nt wlilch Mr. and Mrs Walker. assisted by she reelderi for n while and ar few friend received, and Mis the yenr IM'0 left for Howling (,r orange piiRch In to educnte her children Ruth Wnlker That the dining room. The dining room Una tteen hi hniHe ever since u The now proprietor informs us that table taring decorated with bridal ros-m- . twsi months ago. he will the business nt a rose for enoh year of their wedHe wns etnpln)e by the J I t Us present location. Ho is on n dtmt ded life. Progressive "100" nnd Rook Threshing Mnohlno Co., nnd ai with a first class .lumbar and tin were plnyed until n late hour. For ner, who he expects to put on tint the men that did not play, cigar and oently transferred fnnn the Bnwi Oren district to the Eastern (list head of tho business within the ntxt eny rockers were provided. with henriuunrtor nt IlnrrUhurg .1 few days. An excellent mind course and cofleft his many friend nt Howl fee were sorvtd. The guests were Watch In next week's paper for Green, taking his wife and link f tho announcement of the W. A. Dodds enthusiastic over their pleasant ev- Chns llurnbam. nnd tils mother in ening nnd their parting words were Plumbing nnd Tinning Co. Mm. Rent, with him. not formal one of "a plensAnt evenHU fattier. Jno R. McOehee ing." but everyone declared they had had a real good old time Mr. and died when Hush was ijulte )fu Fairview School. Mrs. Walker, who are n I ways splen leaving n widow. Mrs. Mattl Mc did entertainers, certainly know how hee. two half sinters, Mian Oph McGehee. Mrs Chas. Fields, of I to tnnke you have a good time. ton. nnd four full sisters, Miss I Following Is tho Honor Roll of Mr. and Mrs. Walker were the Mrs. C. Ilnnklns, of Nashville. M Fair Vlowi School, Mrs. S. N. Sween of many bntxlMimo pieces of ey, Tenchor: china, the occasion being their cfihia Pearl Marshall, (recently widow oD of Washington. Ky., and Mrs. V I nnnlvorsnry. Seventh Grade. Horsey, of Newport, Ky Ho was a Tho guests present woro, Mr. ami half brother Greta Ronthol 96 of Jno. It. McGehee J. Mrs. Carl Schmidt, Dr. and Mrs. H. Carrie Mai Creed. .. KB who lies near Fulton. When n :n f.. E. Prattler. Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Driver, boy Mary Mangold go'i he married Mbw Nnnnlo IWi' Mr and Mrs. T. T. Swnyno. Mr. nnd .Willie Mangold SStf who survive him. Mrs. Roy Clark, Mr and Mrs. Henry Fifth Grado. Snnger. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. 8exton, Tho Order of ElkB took chorgi ' Bernard Mangold fl3Vi Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Bradley, Mr. and the remains nt Howling Green, nr I Rosa Laltus 32 Mrs. W. C. Johnson. Mr. nnd Mrs. convoyed them to tho Eplscor Victoria Gammons 87 E. II. Prnthor, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Church Thursdny morning nt 10 ' go Johnnie Littus Baltzer. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Farls, clock. Itov. C. P. Itirkor, orflclatlt,. Gortrudo Wornor 85 Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jones, Mr nnd Rush, as ho wns fntnlilnrly calh ' Mrs. II. C. Rnrrett, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Fourth Grade. was n cousin of W. 11. McOehee o' M. Tyler, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. R. Travis. Golda Ronthol 93 Mr. and Mrs. I). R. Wilson, Mr. and Rush Creek neighborhood. Ills entire life was one nhncgnU"" Mrs. John Meachnm, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Kennedy for Insurance. T. Stophens, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J Har- of solf. a beautiful living ombodliiH t. ry, Mr. and Mrs. Nlm Wnlkor. Mr. of that charity "which seekoth iu" Read Russell's sermons on tho nnd Mrs. W. C. Spoor, Mesdames C. her own" mid In his denth tills ben last pago. O. Schlenker, ArcJicr Hooghor, It. T. teous ray breaks through tho gloom, Mrs. Overton nml son, Elmo, ro- - Tyler, F. M. Rynn, Nannlo Kingman. "wo shall meet him In Heaven." M. E. M turned to Naslivlllo Sunday nftor u Misses Light Fnrls. Llzzlo Amberg, short visit with her son J, II. Hous- Rottle and Alllo Dodds, Noll Itogors loy. nnd Fmnkyo Hold, Messrs. J. II. MilMr. nnd Mrs. Sylvester Hngan nnl let, Dr. J M. Hubbard. llttlo son, of 'Mounds, Ills., are lh" The California Sennto, by n vote guests of Mrn. Hngan, and daughter, of 33 to 5, adopted a constitutional Mrs. Ella Henderson. nmendmont conferring equal suffrago on women. Dr. J. M. Colo, of Dyorshurg, Tonn , was hero Sunday tho guest of MM Miss Lizzie Corum closed her schod Honnlo Carpenter. nt Stubbs school house Inst week and Phone 4 C. H. Moore left for her homo at Greenfield, Tcnn, Miss Mario Rrovnnl visited Mrs Baturuay. Jno, Gardner In Martin this week, t- snl 1 7 1 7 1 I GROCFRIFc; B33ST