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The Hickman courier: February 2, 1911 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 hic1911020201_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: February 2, 1911 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. J Dr. J. 0. Stubbs DENTIST Building, la Om) doo Uretard'sMor orr No. SI THE HI6KMHN COURIER Wagon up the Hill of Success. Tha Courlor has a Spankia' Goad Team, Grease the Axles of Your Wagon. SO. ! KENTOOJCT " 1 A BLUE MARE HEBE m nru tbM yonr tab crlptlon bti expired Itonow promptly lljrnn want the piipr to come to you after thlt month H C ! lldvortlBlng to As Team that Pulla mo Commorclal Old Man, and Lefa Hitch Up WHOLE HO. aU4() ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1HBO VOLUME Rl 0LDK8T PAPER IN WEBTEBN HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, ARCHBISHOP FEBRUARY 2, 1911. PERKINS. c l '.i .'H ; . Garter in Jail,. l.co Carter, charged wJtli tlio wll-fiuiunlor of Frank llaulcoiu, wim iirralKwd Knturday hoforo Judge I teed In tiio Circuit Court lit l'ultm. Ilia atiormiy entered a plea of liimnlly nnd Judge Hoed ordered Clio oami until tho next term of court. lirtor will bo hold without bond and Im now lu tlio lllckimin Jail. On Jan. 18, ID 11, Cnrtor uliot nml killed Knmk Ibiutcoin, son of W. M. Hiulcom, a mlllhumlro lumber deal-- r of HcitUlc, WruUi. It in rumor til Mxvt tliu ktoimI Jury will nlno return an ImltcUmtnt ivKitlnnt for killing n who attomiried to escape from him whllo Carter wiu on tho iwllce f..rci ftt KulUm. ll con-umi RYAN. West Hickman Levee Completed ! Tho now $20,000 lovco, protecting of Uils fact, tho investment is a &ood Wont Illnkman nud tho factory dis- ono, even had it cost twice as much trict, wan completed Sunday morning, ns It did. by Itonch & SUincll, tho Memphis con Tlio N. C. & St. L. Railroad Com- tnictora, 17 days ahead of tho tlma IKiny is furnishing about one-hal- f of called for In tho contract. tlio levee by raining their tracks a- Tlio building of till moiuiter luvco bovo the high water mark, and they b(wenkii mticli for tho ontorprUo of are In a manner dono. our cltlzuiiH, an it was built y public Our lovoo Hoard has received tlio Hulmorlptlon. To thoHo who composwork of Standi & Itonch, and aro to ed the board C. I. Shumate, II. C. on getting such a io congratulated Helm and C. I. Walker and labored splendid Job. no faithfully without a penny for their hervlees, wo should bo especially Tho now lovco Is a bully good ono. grateful. Their work Is done, and Our money waB well spent. well done. Tho new levee Is superior to that made by tlio government A scald, burn, or severe cut heals and with which It is connected; h Is larger and better than mottt of us had slowly If neglected. Tho family that keeps a bottle of IMMjARDS SNOW expected. At Its low; It Is TIi feet LINIMKNT on hand Is always d facwide, oxceiit between tho Mengel for such accidents. I'rlco 2Cc, tories nml tho river where enough r0c nnd $1 n bottle. Sold by Hick' ground could not ho had for making man Drug Co. It that width, and n strong concrete Mill wsih built at those two olnts. ; Tlio Standard Oil Co. brought suit In holght It vnrlos, but is full two in tho United Suites Circuit Court at feet nbovo tho litghont water mark Now York against tho publishers of Hampton's Magazine, and Cleveland ovor rtglfterod hero. Moffctt for $250,000 for alleged libel Tlio completion of this levee is of In publishing a story that subsidiarvoHt Imtxirtiuico to tlio business in- - ies Standard Oil Co. sell gluturcMta of the town, as well as to cose to confectioners. Thoy ought to tho overflowed district. For tho past win any kind of a suit Instituted ten years It ban corft our citizens at when they can dofy oven tho least $20,000 a your to do without le vee protection by reason of factories ckwing down during high water; los It pays to pay cash for your coal. ing as much every year as tlio totnl A. A. Farli. cost of building tho lovoo. In view pro-pareof-Ui- o MARGARET Diagnozing Laziness, Tho Courier notices that in Hick-thcr- o aro two kinds of laziness act-lv- o nnd passive. Tho passivoly lazy man docs nothing, or as near It aa circumstances will preralt; tho active lazy mau shirks tho work he ought to do but spends hta tlmo doing something else. Most of tho latter la on Clinton street Mrs. Emily Jano Lair, one of tho oldest ladles of Charleston died last week. JUDGE WISE Business Philosopher jj u .,- Noted .Philadelphia Catholic. Church Leader Serlouety III. Seattle Phone Girl Qlvea Bond Not lo Marry For 8lx Monthe. sm , ' !U I I tl i Wl A i havy cold Im xiki-Iu-I HiarUuK lourno It check tho progrosit of the disorl der and iuutlU nature to roirtore coitdltlonJ. 1'ricu 24c, 60o and $1 a botUe Sold by lllckmnn IniK Co nor-tria- to tnku frequent dotwit of IlMJ.AItDH IIOUKIIUUNI) HVIIUI. iir lliil In many that ended fatally. to ruru itself has been the mum of dla-- t TJio Knmlblo V M In the lung Uiat wan I Jt mt mj ;i i YnloH, wife, are Ky the nhlnglo man. ami vlsItlriK relative at DeKo-ven- , ,tii TJileves In Philadelphia stole a po liceman's dog, painted it and sold it hack to him for $10. Next tlmo try a sack of Omego Flour best made. Dettersworth & by Congrewmmn A bill Introduced ruvldo TJiomaii. of Kentucky, would for an appropriation of 1 1. 000.000 for the purciinno of tlio MauunoUi Caw, of which it U proiKxwd to tuaku n Tlio public will not bo dlapomid to criticise Congrem for ruining tho pay of tho rurnl carriers. An Icibriw of $100 on tho year for the carrier h not im oxtravngnnco. and It will Ik of mnUirlnl nld to Ukmiu faithful public urvntita. A woman In Memphis Is asking a decreo of divorce becaimo hor would not allow her to eat pick-IttTlio bun-bnit. I'rathor. "Tho Hickman worklngman's wage A convention of rotnll merchants Is the legitimate target of every mer from all Uio Southern States will bo chant," says the Judge, but some of hold in Nashville Feb. 28, March 1, the guns used ought to be spiked In A fine 2 and 3 for tho purposo primarily of our PRESCRIPTION DEPT. protesting against tho passage of tho line of Drugs and Sundries reasonparcels post bill now beforo congress. ably priced. Hickman Drug Co. national park. thu inovo. Tlio Courier undom Did you aver havo a fit Schmidt, tin. Tailor, can glvo you ono c li 51 j' Powerful Trade Attractions LACES A beautiful ahowlno of laces foreign and domestic made. In the cheaper grades we handle the Zlon City Laees. Come In and see what beautiful laces aro made In our own country. They range from 3c to 15c a yard. Val Laces, Edgings and Insertion to match, ranging from 6c to 25c a yard. All over Nets, In cream or white, very dainty designs at 35o to $2.25 a yard. ij Readers Never Overlook Our Advertisements And just at this time they pay particular attention to them appreciating the fact that the opportunity for buying at a saving is right now-duri- ng our January sales. This week, the last of the CLEARING SALE, is an occasion of extraordinary values. Big Bargains in Shoes Ladies Shoes worth 3.50 & 4.00.... 2.98 3.00 & 3.50 2A1 1.75 Ladies Shoes, worth 2.50, at 2.00, at 1.50 1.75,at 1.25 Mens 5.00 Florsheims at Mens 4.00 Crossett at Mens 3.50 Odds and Ends in Mens Shoes Stronger-Than-The-Law3.00 i ta . ! 'It it1 4.25 3.50 1-- Attend the Sale of White Goods this Week At Interesting Prices. Childrcns Underskirts, white and colored, 25c at Childrcns Gowns, at 50c and 75c Ladies Gowns of muslin and cambric, in a variety of pretty styles, trimmed with emb. andlncc ..50c to 2.50 Ladies Drawers of muslin, with deep ruffles, open and closed 35 to 50c Ladies Skirts, short and full lengths, made with deep tucked flounces, also embroidery trimmed 75c to 2.50 Corset Covers, well made 25c to 1.00 5 off ni - Embroideries Special Values Hamburg Embroideries, extra value, rang3c to 30c ing from, a yard Embroideries, Nainsook and Cambric Edgings and Insertions, all cvry handsome and 10c to 35c well made styles, from Nainsook Baby Sets, dainty designs, 10c to 50c at Corset Cover Embroidery, all with ribbon 25c to 1.00 effects, a yard Fine Cambric Edgings and Insertions, all pretty designs, medium and wide widths, 5c to 25c nt. Muslin Underwear Sensational Reductions in Clothing to on Your Suit. 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 BOYS SUITS MENS PANTS Boys 7.50 to 8.00 suits Mens 5.00 to 6.00 Pants 3.95 m H The Last Week to Save from i JA 10.0U i 1 1 12.50 10.50 8.50 5.00 6.50 5.50 4.00 2.75 2.50 1.75 ..? U i Hl Spring Dress Cottons In White Coods Flaxons, In plain and figured Long Cloth, a yard Checked Nainsook and Dlml dreis at a yard Nainsook for fine lingerie, 12 India Linens, all grades, at Irish Linens, soft" finish, good Mercerized Lingerie Batiste Inches wide, at Linen Sheeting, 90 Inches li. Hankderchlef Linen, excellent designs 20 to 35c 15 to 25c ties for children's 10 to 75c yds. box 25 to 35c from.. ..Bys to 25c values ..25 to 75c soft and silky, 44 35c a yd Mens 3.50 to 4.00 2.95 Mens 2.50 to 3.00 2.25 Mens 2.00 to 3.50 odds and ends. .1.65 Boys straight pants j off 5 Boys Knickerbocker Pants off " " 1-- Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys 5.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 to 6.00 " suits suits suits straight Pants Suits Overcoats i off off Exquisite Egyptian Tissues, plaids and stripes 25c all the new colorings Beautiful Poplins, very attra ctlve designs In all 15 to 25c colors at a yard Imported French Ginghams, plaids and stripes 25c Red Seal and Dates Gingham In all 1 At the Greatest Reduction ever made in Hickman. Misses and Childrens TAILORED SUITS WOMENS COATS Made of Broadcloth, Kerseys, Meltons, etc., former prices ranged from 25.00 to 12.50, closing prices Ladies and Childrens Ready toWear Goods Womens Suits of Broadcloth, Cheviots, Serges, in black and colors, from $26 to 12.50, closing prices i Mi the wanted 12''2C colorings at Utility nt Poreales, bright attractive In and C. P. 8. Glng- - hams, pretty styles 1 patterns 10 to 12sc width 1.10 to 1.25 qualities 75c to $1 Coats that ranged from 7.00 to 3.00, we price themto close at jj 16.00 to 7.00 16.00 to 8.50 5.50 to 2.00 McCalPs Patterns Smith .afisiv.. -' wtt-4h Amberg tlliBr . Millinery 12 Off i V i . , ;'7 -- f hS A.iu. Prizes For Corn. A new school diploma Is to bo a warded to boys In tho public schools this spring and next fall Tho plan was devised by M. C. Itankln, Com. mlssloner of Agriculture. In each county iu the stato fifty boys will bo selected to whom seed corn will bo distributed by tho Department of Agriculture. Each boy who raises as much as sixty bushels of corn to the aero will be awarded a diploma slgu-e- d by the Governor, tho Commissioner of Agriculture, tho Superintendent of Public Instruction and the County School Superintendent. Tho County School Superintendents can secure tho seed' corn by agreeing to carry out tho plans of tho Commissioner. Following aro tho rules: 1. GLASS All Stock Sizes of Window Glass. We will cut you special sizes (cheapertthan you can get them anywhere. Building Material (( PAINT We Sell the Best Paint in Hickman; weigh more and covers more surface. Each County School Superintend cnt shall select fifty boys and furnish tho names and addresses to the - n Commissioner of Agriculture, M. C. Rankin, Frankfort, K7. 2. Each boy will bo furnished with ono-hal- f gallon of seed corn. 3. Boys shall not bo dver 15 years nor under 10 years of age. 4. Each County School Superlnton cnt must got up a prlzo list to be given to the successful grower. C. A diploma of honor will bo given to each boy not over 15 years of ago who grows sixty bushels or more of corn to tho acre. When tho bowels become Irregular you aro uncomfortable and the longer this condition exists tho worse you feel. You can get rid of this misery quickly by using. HERBINE. Take a dose on going to bed and see how flno you feol next day. Price 50c. 6 Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Builders Hardware NAILS HINGES (Strap) BUTTS TACKS LOCKS STAPLES TIN CAPS SCREEN WIRE TRANSOM LIFTS SASH LIFTS There's a Reason Why You Should Buy JMour Lumber Here YOU ARE ASSURED OF FAIR TREATMENT IN EVERY RESPECT. EVERYTHING THAT IS NEEDED IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF A BUILDING OF ANY DESCRIPTION. JJ Wide Cypress Finish Nice Stock of Wide Louisana Red Cypress Finish Lumber Up to 27 inches wide Suitable for Chests Shirtwaist Boxes and Bed Clothes Chests to keep Out Moths. CALL AND SEE Wants Gravel Road. Walter L. Brown, a member of tho Forked Deer Land Co., Jackson, Tena which purchased land east of town last week, was a pleasant caller at this office Friday. Mr. Brown thinks wo need a gravel road between Hick man and Fulton, and promises that his company will do their part towards financing the proposition. Ho Informs us that a number of such roads have been built at Jackson by Issuing bonds and that tho plan Is highly satisfactory. Mr. Brown Is a llvo wire full of hustle and public improvement and we are glad to seo such men. becomo identified with this community. T Today is held by some to bo "ground hog day," others say Fob. 14 Is official. Well, we'll watch 'em both. Several cases Graves county. of small pox In Have our own brick plant, and prepared to furnish in any quantity at any time. W. A. Dodds HICKMAN, KENTUCKY Don't forget that Nails arc a part of Builders Hardware, and wc sell them. BRICK WHAT MAKES A TOWNT What tnnkes n town, nnyway? the wealth evidenced by fine homes and splendid store buildings? These may attest the stability rind thrift of certain people, but they offer no great Inducements to commercial nnd moral progress. Is It the spirit of good order nnd law observance? That Is n factor only. Tho sleepiest old hamlets that dot tho map hare this spirit in rank Is It the schools abundance. nnd churches? May their number ever Increase, but they don't make n town they only culture It. Is It the geographical location, the rhnrneter of the country surrounding, tho shipping facilities, the naturnl advantages? None of these Is nn essential. Well, what Is It that makes n town anyway? Just ono thing the unity of the people, the existence of a common bond which causes business and social enemies to .put aside all differences when It comes to !oostlng the town. No town ever mnde real progress on the wny to substantial success without the get together Bplrlt unanimously adopted. It has rejuvrnnted old hulks of towns Mint were yawning their wny Into endless sleep. It has Infused new llfeblood Into the heart of commercial life nnd mnde thriving cities out of paralytic villages. Natural advantages count for much, nnd prosperity cannot bo built on shifting sand, but nny town with half n chanre can bo mnde to prow nnd expand nnd thrive when Its citizens Join with ono accord In the boosting program. Ib It w-: Notary Public in Office NAILS Mules for Sale. t till One Of The New Freight Steamers VSPBSSBLW2'& .jjuwm1 i.' V. t ;T MMttB- t aw jfci . . a - . V. -J ''' ". " .. " v " - wtV- - v' 7 !.i 1. JiwH - sIrit-flR- T fIi27ii Ru Cured MttiW. HIWW ji nmmyt Splint r .&: , '..'- M - jft.HLMLuuMaM itn WfcMniirMlfiil Sixty good work mulct, from 3 ta years old, 15 to 18 hands high, in good flesh and hair; alto a few good mares; also a good Jack, 8 years o'd y3 hands high, also good tadd.e stallion, 10 yean old, all his coiti how flno saddlo qualities. The Jack breeds fine and large. Will take 1S00 for tho two. Also four pure, large bono Berkshire boar pigs, two months old, price $10 each. Will tell the abovo stock reaic able, for either cash or good note, payable next fall. Addrei B J. F. a 8. L. DODDS COt Hickman, Ky. i i have used Sloan's Liniment on a fine mare for splint and cured her. This makes the third horso I've cured. Have recommended It to my neigh bors for thrush and they say it is fine. I find it the best Liniment I ever used. I keep on hand your Sure Colic Cure lor myself and neighbors, and I can certainly recomS. E. Smith, mend It for Colic." McDonough, Ga. Ind.,R- - No. 2, writes: "I have used lots of your Liniment for horses and myself. It is the best Liniment in the world. I cured one of my horses of thrush. Her feet were rotten; the frogs came out ; she laid down I thought she most of the time. would die, but I used the Liniment as directed and she never lies down in the daytime now." "I (ns In tho stomach or bowels I dlHflgrmblo symptom of n torpid it. To jr.. rid of It (itikklr i.u HKItlll.VK. It Is n marvelous li stimulant nnd IkiwoI purifier. I'rw &0c. Sold by lllcktiinn Drug Co Mrs. Is. A. Htono nnd daughter, V ry. returned Sunday from a nion' rolaUvefi visit with Tonn. nt (lreenfl Mr. R. W. Parish, of Dristol. Cured Thrush. A child that ha Intestinal wor i Is handicapped In Its growth. A few doses of WIIITB'8 OKKA.M VKIIM Fl'OB destroys nnd uxihjI Uio won tho child ImiiMMllntoly Improves Uirlvos wonderfully. I'rlco i.r.c a Uo Sold by Illckmnn Drug Co n l: SIOANS LINIMENT should be in every stable and applied at the first sign of lameness. You don't need to rub, it penetrates. Will kill a spavin, curb or splint, reduce wind puffs and swollen joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for f istula, sweeney, founder and thrush. which Mississippi Valley Transportation Company will be put in service between St. Louis and New Orleans this month. Length, 550 feet; width, over guards, 95 feet; depth of hold 4 feet; draft, light, 18 inches; load for each additional 12 inches, 1,000 tons; full load on 7 feet, 6 1 inches 6,000 tons. Itoy Cannon nnd Miss tana Itose, Hurley Ilrown and Miss Willie Owen by, nil of Water Valley, wore married In Fulton last week. ed." Of course "tho poach crop Is killIt must bo bo. Tho no wo from six states say so. It "Siher Plate that Wears" Those who seek perfec tion In silverware In- variably choose folks, lioons and finer ini; pieces lUniixnl with the renowned trade nuik Card Of Thanks. Circuit Court will conveno In ClinJ. A. Cotton and wlfo, of St. Louis, wero hero tho first of tho week. It ton noxt Monday. Wo deslro to thank our many Is probablo that they will again locate Joe Mungnim, ono of our good friends and neighbors for their kind- in tho bes' town on tho map. Moscow friends,, was hero on business ness shown us during M10 illness and A man In Union City forgot the Saturday. deaUi of our llttlo boy, Harry. May God bless them all. L. D. Tullls and name of tho bank whero he had do- Sam Klliott, of Fulton, has formed posited $550 and had to got detectives Wlfo. Many of us cannot re- a law parncrshlp wiUi W. II. Hester, to locato It. member tho bank that holds our mon- of Mayfiold, for Uio practice of law Nino prisoners, four whlto and fivo ey, but thcro aro but fow editors In tho courts of Fulton county. negroes, escaped from Jail v Cairo, whose deposits could bo located by A now sect has been organized nt Thursday night, by digging through detectives. Now. Orleans. It U called tho Israel-itU10 brick wall. Among Miom was House of David and thoy believe Representative Macon, of Arkansas, Chas. 13. Clark, tho M. & O. telegraph operator who woa under indictment announced that ho would in all prob anybody can live forever If thoy llvo for tho deaths of four trainmen caus- ability object to Caleb Powers taking right. Wlion ono of tho members dlo tho oath of office as a member of the they construe it to mean Miat God ed by his negligence. next IIouso. Ho has prepared a reso- decided that tho mombor did not llvo FOR SALE: Good Clover Hay. J. lution to have Mr. Powers' eligibility right. If they lived in Hickman they would llvo right, H. Pollock. ltp referred to a apodal committee. -o ur. w ' ROGERS BR0S,fs, m hnrtra, chMIo, 1iw and poultry eut frrfl. Aildrr Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Price, 60c. and $1.00 Sloan's book on Mass., TJ. S. A. la always "kllled"durliig tho winter, and tho greatest ixwch crop ever grown In Fulton county was after tho dispatches had pronounced It deader than tho proverbial door nail early In February. Uist year Uio peach crop was pronounced safo and exports began to compile statistics to show) how largo- - it would bo. Then Jack Frost got In his work In tho spring and It was "Hilled" sure In quality and lauty oi UMign, tint well known silver It uniur- MtiCil. able durability hat won it the popular titlo "SilPtr Tlatt Ill rrmitlr. that Wears." BM tiy leading dealers dcilKm. CnUlorue"rI." showing til MIRWN ' where. Bend for every- liNiiikMiinuio., NHtetl, C9M. "H-- ' j. i 300 DEATHS FROM LUZON CLEW TB CHIHESE SLAYER AUTHORITIES QET LIGHT ELSIE 8IQEL MURDER. Law-Break- Our Roll of Honor. A FEW FIGURE8. HICKMAN ERUPTION PATAL TIDAL WAVE FOLLOWS DISTURBANCE AT MT. TAAL, NEAR MANILA. VOLCANO BELCHES FIRE Dense Clouds cf Smoke Rising From Crater Plainly Visible From Stat of Philippine Government Lava Bum Natives. Manila, Jan. 31. Twonty native wero drowned In Uio tidal wavo that accompanied tho volcanic outbreak or Xount Taal, according to reports received by tho local pnors. Alt of tho towns within a radius or 30 miles wcro more or loss damagod by tho shower of mud nnd stones. The sky was cloudloss and there was no wind, but the muddy rain fell steadily. Tho natives havo nbandoned Uinlr vlllago homes In tho Tlclnlty or take TaaI and are seeking refugo In tho surrounding hills. In Center of Lake. Mount Taal rtsea In tho center of Mko Tnal, a body of water not moro than 1C miles In clrcuruforenco. It Is 3 miks from this city, from which dense clouds of stnoio rising from tho crntrr are plainly visible. Tho observatory authorities bellovo that Manila Is In no dangor. but there Is some alarm anion tho natlres, who rreall tho destruction caused by Mount May on. tho other volcano of Luxon, In 1697. Ro far, however, May. on has shown no threatening disturbance. Investigators of tho bureau of e report that with tho first vlpfcat eruptlfla ok Tiwd. the tolcunlo bland appeared to dak five re4 uid th waters fif the lake, rising, swept tho shorwt a mllo Inland, carrytn away tho bamboo shacks and catching a core of native. Others living In tho vicinity had taken warning and nod at the first rumblings of tho volcano. Tho towna of Taal Lomery and Ial-Isa- y seem to have suffered most. Reporte 300 Persons Killed. Manila, Jan. 11. An American school teacher, who has traversed tho west shore of Lake Taal, telegraphs that five small villages were dtruyod by the tidal wave and that not loss than 300 persons havo been killed In that vicinity Many wnrn burned la tires started by molten masses, Volcsno Mere or Lees Active. Mount Taal rises L40 foot from the center of Lake Taal, provlnco of Be tangaii, Luton, It Is the second vol oano In Importance In Luton and has eiperlencod eight violent disturbances preceding tho present one slnco 1701. It has bem more or l"ss actlvn frem time Immemorial Its tnoft deetruc-Uv- o uptton occurred In 1764 and centiaaed for a period of sU months, causing much loss of life nnd enormous destruction of property. Tho re wcro Ws serious outbreaks In ISM sci-ene- 17C9 Mount Mayen was In eruption for two months, destroying the town of CajrsuuaA and Matlnao, together with sovoral villages, In 1114 walorloggwd. It burst forth again, destroying five towns, and another eruption In May, Brysn to Aid Arttona Constitution. 1197. when 400 lost their lives. Tho El Paso. Tex., Jan. II. William J. latest outbreak, lees severe, woa In Rryaa wis speak In Arizona on U arete. 100. of the state constitution to bo voted oa February 9. Ho opens In Carrie Nation Sinking Fast. DUbeo on February ft. ICureka Spring. Arfc, Jan. 31. Ac cording to a report here, Carrie NaHot Reck Causes Woman's Death. tion Is rapidly railing nnd death Is Lcbsnon, ICy, Jan. 31. Tho hot eryecfd soon. Bho was recently sent rock sied In warming the bod sot tiro from hrre to n private sanitarium te her garments and caused tho death Bear Loawnworth. K et Mrs. Mary Carlisle hero. bo-ha- lf sad la 1173. Somo mora of tho Courlor'a handsome and scholarly folks who havo BubHcrlbed for tho Great Hellglous New York Police Officials Involved In Weekly slnco our Inst report: Disclosures of Ing Plots. Ilov. G. W. Wilson. Atty. T. N. Smith. Now York. Jan. 31. Afln In wn. Do Your Trading Here Mrs. Molllo Johnson. junction with the federal authorities, J. 1). Ilopcr. Second Deputy Pollco Commissioner Flynn began an Investigation which It and Save Money . . . V'al Carpantcr. Is bellovod will lead to tho nnnrohon- It. S. Allison. Don't forget to renew your rlon of the murdoror of Hlslo filgel, Hun. Win. Addains. You will aavo 10 per cent by sendto the Courier. The paper and will disclose tho secrets of an C. M. Ilrown. ing cash with your coal order. A. A. stops when Uio time Is out no organized band of Chlnoao smugglers J. L). Morrow. on your whoso operations have boon of such Farls. O. Krrol McGoheo. magnitude as to alarm tho customs C. C. Ilondurant. J. K. Palmer. Recent disclosures lnvolvo a fow local jollce officials, who nro said to J. II. Travis. havo nlded In tho protection of C. F. Heckmnu. I i, "i i who havo dono a largo business Mrs. J. M. Hold. In smuggling fellow countrmcn Into J. W. Cooixjr. tho United States by way of Canada. J. T. Anm. Not only has the general schomn of a S. P. llonry. Chinese syndicate, formed for the pur. S. M. Halo. pose of defying the Chinese exclusion G. M Covoy. laws, been discovered, but tho nnmna of sovernl ringleaders arc In tho hands II II. Hallow. of tho federal authorities, with n list Eil Towrwund. HEKfi THERE of the pollco officials who are said to Josso McNeil. navo been working with them. W. II. IUoo. The evidence In the hands of tho I). W. Heplor. United States district attorney Is In Mrs. W. II. Ronton. Kennedy for Insurance. tho form of letters found In a store on Chas. Koulkes. Bovcnth avenue, which was raided by Read Russell's sormons on tho Mrs. Anna Ilund. customs Inspectors. Bovorn letters In last pago. English from pollco officials are said Jot Dial. a thoroughly modern, sanitary, open plumb, to bo of incriminating character Prof. J. A. Clark. FOR SALE: Good Clover hay. J. ing bath room can be installed at a small It was said by a man who has seen Mrs. J. It. Ramsey. P. Thomas, RFD 4. 4tp. most of the translations already mado expense, insuring in every way to the ocMiss Efflo Wright. that they contain posltlvo clows to Pay cash and save money on your Mm. Molllo Newton. cupants all the advantages resulting from tho whereabout of Loon Ling, who coal bills. A. A. Farls. Arthur H. Fleming. has been sought by tho pollco In conperfect cleanliness and sanitation. If you .1. S. Mnddox. nection with tho murder of Elsie W. P. Jefferies. of Crutchflold. was would learn all particulars and exact cost Ily 8. Fleming. Blgol. hero on business Tuesday. Iloutr King. consult the Hickman Tinning & Plumbing J. M. Williams. WANTED. Ono Turkey Gobbler. COUNTESS WHIPS CASHIER Co., Sanitary Plumbers, who will cheerIO wis Hegmon. O. W. Nowton, Hickman, Ky. lp fully furnish estimates. Mri. JoHcphlno Helm. Wife of Count Carboneau Piles Laeb "V FOIt SALE: Good milk cow with Aubrey II. Kirk. on Nome City (Alaska) young calf. Mrs. J. L. Amborg. 3c Ida Ilnunliam, bank Official. llnrold Dollow. Watch for my spring and Bummer fWUlr, WaatL, Jan. 3L Cbunfjcws MIsh Gladys DcnUiol. lino of woolens. Schmidt tho Tailor. Both Phones Mo. 75 Oarbonrau. wlfo of Count Curtxmcau. alter I Ilrown. a French arlatorrat and owner of John S Mayflcld. Standard garden seed of every deAlaeka mine, nnd A. P. Husor, cashHenry Amlunwin. scription at Bcttorsworth & Prathor's. ier of tho Nomo City (Alaskn) bank, D. N Rlvus. figured In a horsewhipping episode Heart Cypress Hand Drawn Shinhero. gles for sale. O. G." Hale or J. W. says ho was lured Into a Hum Ward. hotel, overpowered and gagged by Progressive Ctiizens. two unknown men while tho counters Mm. J. T. Stephens will entertain piled tho lash. tho Embroidery Club on Friday after Rusor aays ho got the enmity of ; tho coiwtoia dacauso of charge of In fact everyone theso days, seeks noon. ; USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS : cnbeulemoat mado by tho managcv to aavo Umo and tho telephone U Its about Ume ; for another fire. : Nomo (Sty bank against the greatest tlmceavcr that haa ever went of the ; Let Kennedy wtUo you some InsurMtM Margaret Mutrooney, a sister of boon Invented. It Is Instantaneous. ance today. . tho coustcM and formerly connected You can send and receive your meswith the bank cashier. Owing to the fact that some of our customers are dilasage at tho aamo time. It brings disFOIt RENT: Front rooms to cithtory in paying their Water and Lights Accounts, which are : tant cities and towns within your er roomers or for light housekeeping. SHIPS CRASH, FOUR DIE reach almost instantly. It connects Apply to Mrs. Knto Witting. 2tp due and payable at our office ON OR BEFORE THE 10th : you locally with everyone of promt-noncof each month, we wish to announce that in the future the rule : British Stesmer Sinks Schooner Is WANTED: A good cook and houso If you have not a telephono Collision in Heavy Foe; governing this branch of our business will be enforced tojthe : girl or boy. Good wages. Referencof tho Cumberland Telephono & TeleOff Wales. letter. Our Collector will make collections on Main street : tf : graph Company, call our manager Im- es required. Mrs. 1L T. Tyler, : only, between the 1st and 10th of each month,', and will call mediately for rates and Information. Bwa&sco, Wales. Jan. 3L Four men Mrs. Molllo Johnson and children : i but one.time for this account. Failure to see you does.not ex0ortshed at ova aad two others had If you use tho Dell service you aro loft first of Uio week for Kennedy, : narrow escapes from drowning wbea In tho ocnter of tho entire Bell ays empt you from the penalty of being cut off. Parties living : tho nrltlsh steamer Irena ran down torn, connecting with over five mil Mo., to visit her father, N. W. Oakin the outskirts of the city will please arrange. to either send the schooner Wllnm In a heavy fog Hon telephones and every lmporatnt ley. : : check or money, or make arrangements with, one of the banks : off Sclwlck. city and town In tho United States. Remember, If you don't send the ; News of tho disaster was brought to pay their accounts. : Cumberland Telephono & Teleorapl cash with your coal order, I charge ; here when the Irena arrived In port. : Company, Incorporated. ad you 10 per cent extra for collecting. : The atcmnor craahod Into the schoonDon't think that you will be the favored one : A. A. Farls. : er amidships aad she rapidly became ON GROCERY CO. Frankfort. Tho census ofllco has Issued Uio following advanco statements of population of places in KenAH parUes owing Bettersworth & tucky: Franklin, 3.0G3; Oakland, 257: Prather are earnestly requested to Richmond, 145; Smith's Grove, 726; como forward and nettle at once Woodburn, 217. 1910 Is gono and 1911 Is hero and It Frankfort. Schools aU over Ken- takes money to run our business as tucky will bo asked to obscrvo Feb- It does yours. So wo will ask you to ruary 3 as Greeley day and to havo ex- como and pay now and save cost of ercises which will call Uio attenUon colloctllng. of Uio children to Uio groat newspaper Bettersworth & Prather. man. Notice. i J' ' I u .!. Chi-nes- o Groceries Meats, etc. fflb utvvmmmvmttwwmmmmmm ' I i r 1 ipii & Small House I Hickman Tin. Plumbing Co. ttmtfm . ; TAKE NOTICE. : : : : e. L. Burton .Acquitted. In on Mrs. Neoley Gautschl has returned to SL Louis after spending several months wIUi her sister, Mrs. Kato Witting, and brother, J. P. Cuslck. o, : : ; ; as we will enforce the rule regardless of excep lions. : : ! Hickman Ice Incorporated Coal Co. : : : : : LOST: In Hlckmnn Thursday night gold watch, englno turned case, Waltham movement,, with Klk'a tooth AGENT WANTED: Tho West Ten fob attached. Finder return to mo iiohsoo Monument Co., Union City, offlco. Goaldor Johnonorgot-I- c of tho Courier will mnko liberal tontw with son. Kont to asoll marblo. Wit Monument Co., Union City, 4tc Tcnn. No. 100 Will sell on oasy terms residency on Troy avo. a nice At tho Methodist Church, tho may Rig lot, concrcto w.ilks, cistern, etc. programmo for sorvlcos nlwnyH bo exported, unless some spe- I'laco can bo had for 3100 less than Prnyor owner paid, which was paid beforo cial cbnngo bo announced: lraprovomonts woro mado. Good reamecUng nt 7 o'clock Wednesday on Sunday, Buntlny School nt sons for selling. Inquire at Courier S 4fi n. in., nt 11 n. m nnd 7 p. in., offlco. prtwchlng by tho pastor, Uov.G. W. Wilson. AH church members nro reCourier readers, who wcro fo quested to bo ns regular In nttond-uncyears with tho in ns possible, others nro cordially Honiiorui of Dr. Tnlmago, will bo Invited. pleased with ft series of sermons by Ilov. HiisBell, of Ilrooklyn, which begins In this Issue of tho Courier. absolutely with? Theso discourses aro out denominational color, nnd should appeal to nil In n llko measure TUiey aro strictly In accord with tho times, nnd nro sold by many to stir-pntho works of Dr. Talmago. Wo -- AThavo mado arrangements, nt considerable coot, to give our renders this Bradley & Pariiam's sorvlco whllo It Is fresh, nnd trust It will bo rend with Intorcst. In town Tuesday. n Ton-newn- xi o e J P. Jefferlo, of near Fulton, was LAUNDRY Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon j Best Work Lowest Prices I terest Mott Ayera wnnU to soil his InIn tho Fulton Loader to somo ono who has $4,000 or SG.000 to Evidently ho still owns moro than a controlling Interest L Rush McGeheo, son of Mrs. M. of Fulton county, died nt Har- chargo of killing Detective Wray last rlsburg, Pa., Monday, whero ho was summer, was acquitted by a Graves In Uio employ of Uio J . I. Casa county Jury after 48 hours delibera- Threshing Machine Co. Ho was 30 tion. It Ih understood that tho Jury yean old. Clinton Gnzotto. stood four for conviction and eight Tho meeting of tho Stato Democratfor acquittal up to Sunday morning. ic Committee, which was set for Jan. was Impossible to get a Jury In 2G, It was postponed unUl Feb. 4, for thin county, and Judgo Heed order-itho reason that tho Sheriff Goalder Johnson to fill tho was not ready to mako Its report panel from Graves county. and asked for further time. Hurt on Is now a freo mad. His Tho Courier wants all tho local now Jury Bald lie ought to bo freo. In Fulton county, doaths, births, marIt Is putting It mild to say that riages, ontortnlnmcnts, visitors from tills verdict was a surprise to moot nbrond, etc., nnd will bo obliged If g of tho citizens of tho peoplo will notify us by calling nt county. A general dissatisfaction Is tho offlco or telephoning a lino. growing on account of tho cheapness If you get a blue mark on Uio upof human Ufo. It begins to look ns per right band corner of your Cour-lo- r though Uio purposo wna lost in the Uila week, It means that your process. There aro entirely too many subscription has expired. Renew at killings nnd not enough convictions you don't want Uio paper in Fulton county. It Is not tho fault onco If stopped. of courts nor laws, but our Juries. Tho Juvenllo Missionary Society Wo ncod a change In somu form; will havo a "Mother Gooso" wo need moro enforcement of 'aw, nt Mrs. S. L. Dodda, Saturwhich In turn would creato a greater day evening, nt 7:15. Admission Uic respect for It, and ultimately mini-mlzfor adults and 10c for children under tho taking of life. Tho rotten12 years. Evorybody Invited. ness of somo of tho defenses mado nro dligusting to an extreme. Self No. 101 PrctUcst lot In Southorn defense, In a clean, legitimate man- Heights, It taken within Uio next few ner, Is n tiling that all men nro days can bo bought for S47G. AH Justly entitled to, but It is tho trumpconcroto walks, oloctric ed up buslnees, which Is no doubt lights, city water works, etc. Slzo rcsoi d to In many Instnuces, that C2V4xlG0. Good view of river, etc. does Uio harm, nnd which Is being Courier office criticized by many. Tho Omnibus Claim Dill, aggregat ing approximately $3,000,000, embrac.?:.. Is substantially what ing rcparaUon mostly for damages in a friend of ours said tho other day Uio SouUi bi connecUon with war dep- after his houso burned and ho had nidations, was killed for this session no Insurance No uso for you to talk by tho Houso Committee on Claims, that way; boo Kennedy tho Insur which, after n subcommittee lnvcsU-gaUoIndefinitely postponed action. ance man. Ijibron llurton, who wus tried Circuit Court at Pulton last week ; J. T. DILLON, Manager tVVVVVV We H d Entreat You to get out of the 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 Eleciric Light old-fashioned onter-talnrae- o plants on short notice, and our charges are extremely moderate. Let us estimate on electrically lighting your home, store or office. :?! Hickman Ice & Coal Co. (Incorporated) tjtgijWaB.'&A.ii'fe'' THE HICKMAN COURIER Railroads "Coven Western Kentack 50 Years Ago. Lite the "Deo" yW22W i I LATEST NOVELTIES IN -- READY-MADE- M g SPEER & SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Rates, i Subscription 91.00 I Mtti ii i ii ! ROUND ABOUT - A Hickman gentleman sinking to per year us this week about tho great Improve ment In railroads calls to mthd somo of tho obsoleto methods of railroadifry ing. It Is Interesting to nolo the changes which wo havo almost forgotten In tho rush of progress. THE STATE i MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL TARTS WUrir OF KENTUCKY K;. MHM K--. it - .,,' Fifty years ago, a bill of lading for a barrel of flour was a cumbersome document. If tho frolght on the flour was 25 cents, the stationer' to bill the flour cost probably one cent. Tho clerical work probably cost another two cents. Now tho cost of billing a barrel of flour, and the clerical work attached, Is probably of a' cent. one-four- th Belt Pins, Belt Buckles Scarf, Veil and Collar Pins DRESSES For Children Made of Ginghams and Percale Also in pure White Lawn. Size, age 4 to 1 m i Thero were no steel rails and no doublo tracks. There woro no "split" Mlnlsetr Had Two Wives and Didn't snitches. All tho switches woro Know It. known as "stubs." Telegraph wires were of wrought iron. Tho work of uFrankfort. A delegation of citizens, issuing train orders was crude In ex CO Btfmbcrlng about 30. from Washington ecution. cpfcnty, headed by W. C. McChord, appeared before Gov. Wlllson and asked Locomotives consumed wood iastea that ho grant a pardon to Rev. A. C. of coal. Every thirty or forty miles Pinkston, who Is charged with bigamy. the train was stopped and all hands tiTho case is a peculiar one. The got out and loaded tho tender with ( aMnlstcr had two wives without know-in- s it. He was married many years wood sawed Into pieces about two aco and ho and his wlfo separated. feet long. Tho englties wero small and were called "camel-backs.One Some tlmo later ho filed a suit for but pending the suit word was englno today Is equal in weight and received that tho woman was dead. pulling strength to eight of fifty Alter watting three years Rev. Mr. years ago. Pinkston married again, believing that Wit wlfo was dead. Tho capacity of cars fifty years ago was about ten tons. Now a stand ard car can carry 100,000 pounds. In CORN BULLETIN. the old days coaches were of wood, iFrankfort. M., C. Jtankln. commls-tene- r and in tho corner was a stovo lu of agriculture, has prepared the which cordwood was burned for fuel. INCORPORATED Introduction to a corn bulletin which Tho coaches were lighted with dingy ae will issuo shortly, making a report lamps, and tho oil was crudo tnllow. to, tho governor of what he has dono There was a mixing ofs work. If toipromoto tho Interests of corn grow-tag- . thn PTrtW wia chnrt ft flrlf U'nlllil fei fiie Iat4o0ction Mr.iJRankJn oooVosts and nelp tako the run out. If engineers reirtews tbo when ho wvnt Into tho Jail, but thtt tho distribution of good corn to the were scarce, tho agent or tho super- Lee Garter Route 5. Fire it wna quickly exchanged for a broom farmers. Ho quotes from letters writ- intendent would often do duty In tho when 1'nclo Joe's volunteers showed ten by farmers who tested tho seed locomotive cab. corridor Carter corn, and they bear testimony to the In Fulton County Jail, 'up In thoslightly "damaged got pretty by smoke School U progressing nicely with hot and bridgo would put tho A wnshed-ou- t results that followed. Mr. Rankin be- pupils In aUondauco. nnd water" before tho flro was ex- about forty-fivA that tho cornfield of the stato road out of business for weeks. tinguished. , jWlll bo Increased as a result of tho wreck meant a block In tho traffic John Otfburn, who has been nick Leo Garter, formerly policeman of l campaign. for two or three days. To a Courier man Mr. Carter said with pneumonia. It tnuoh better. Fulton, nt ono tlmo telegraph operatThero wero no automatic couplers. or at Crutchflold, now a partner lu that he set tire to tho bed because WILL TAKE EXAMINATIONS. Fred Ilnnuwi. of MoAntut, was In Brakes woro turned by hand. Smart tho restaurant business at Fulton, but It was not good enough for him to r, brake-methis locality, Tuusdny. used sticks in this effort, confined In Jail In Hickman on charge sleep on Frankfort. County School Superln- - and to let off a brako with a stick of wilful murder, failed Monday night Rov. J oik joadent E. R. Jones has been notified flllttd hl regular When Cnrtor was brought horo from and not got thrown from tho car was In what was probably a clover scheroo hat Quite a number of the pupils of Manuel tin third gave tho officers boiiii polutineut nt height of excellence in to effect his escape. Fulton, hi he county schools will take the coun- - a feat. Tho Sunday. trouble nt Fulton while waiting for graduation examination, January 27 braking was in so tightening tho n lato hour Monday night, ho the train. When Bally Iluddloston At Miss Boulnh llruer was In Clayton ind 28. Those who pass this exam brakes as to lock tho wheels. Later ono day last wtxik. ination will be entitled to enter tho on men learned that this was tho county high school next year or to go slowest method of stopping a train. Ihjck Hciui and family went t to tho Eastern Normal school, if they The easiest way to stop atraln Is Troy ono day la week. vlsh to proparo themselves for teach to get tho turning velocity of tho ers. wheels lower than tho forward velocMiss IUrdlo Olovur, who has been ity of tho car. visiting In UiU vlolnlty, has returned NO PARDON FOR RONE. to her home In Union City. Thero wero fow through trains fifFrankfort. Gov. WUleoa refused to ty years ago. There were fow forty Bert Howard nnd sister. Porn, spent rdon Jas. Rono, now on parolo from years ago. To make a trip to St. -- ATSaturday night with their grauduuKh penitentiary. Rono was oonvictr Louts from Hickman required two er near FnononL ed of manslaughter In Warren county tvhulo days hardly as good tlmo as f soma years slnco and sentenced to tho penitentiary for 21 years. After serv- by steamboat Now ono may leavo No. 102 Tho man who wants a res ing 10 years ho was granted a parole. Hickman at 11 o'clock tonight and cat. Monro close to tho business part of breakfast In that city. 44t-M4tttJ5 town will do well to seo us about a GAIN IN PRODUCTION. Tho wooden coach has given place uce residence that can bo bought cheap. Lot G4xl32; concrete Frankfort. Last year Kentucky to the steel car. Tho rail of fifty mado a gain of 4,000,000 tons in coal pounds to tho yard has been discardwalks, good cistern, etc Easy terms. production, tho output of this resource ed for ono weighing ninety pounds a Courier offlco. yard. In tho old days a standard of naturo bolng approximately 14,000,-,00tons. This places tho state but railway cost probably JIG, 000 a mile. Mondny evening Mlwi llonnlo Car,600,000 tons behind Alabama, which Now a standard railway costs $40,-00- 0 loads southern states in coal penter entertained nt nn Informal a mile. danco at her homo In honor of her New 5 c Laces. At the rate at which production Is Tho development of railways bos . visitor. Miss Loulso Cannon, of Increasing, duo to tho. new develop simply kept pace with tho developMiss. Those present: Missus New Ginghams. ments In the eastern end of tho state, ment of tho ago. Whether railways Cannon, Mahal Wilson. Doltlo DoBow, tho onaulng year ought to place Ken will bo tho means of transportation Kstello Rononu and Frnnkyo Raid and New 10c Sheet Music. tucky well in tho front In southern In fifty years from now.no man can Messrs. Ferd Maddox, A. K. Owun. coal production, and as tho state con-tel- say. Ono thing almost cortaln la New 10c Embroideries. Kdward I'ratlior, Clarence Reynolds, tho largest area of coal deposits Cowglll Rogers, Ouy Halo, Gus Aax-andeIn tho country, outside Illinois, and as that within tho next twenty years New Jewelry Novelties. activity Is greater in placing this in tho motive power of railways will bo Coaldcr Johnson, Leroy Clark touch with development forces, tho entirely changed. Traffic fifty ysars nnd Carl Tally. New 10c Bargains in Enamel Ware. Itlmo Is not far distant when tho stato benco may bo dono through air lino will tako front rank In output of coal transportation machinery. Tho teleNew Bargains on the Remnant Counter. If you want to purchaso real OS- graph Itself is rapidly giving way to Uto see If. B. Shaw. FIGUREHEAD HERE. tho telephone, and tho wiro tolophone will eventually glvo way to tho wireAnd hundreds of other new and attractive lots of Frankfort. Now that It la here, tho less telephone. Our 25c coffee is oqunl to any you jflgurohoad of the 'battleship Kentucky, Railroads and railroad men of the Merchandise that you will be glad to get at the over bought at 36 to 40c. Betters-wort- h which has been loaned to the stato by last fifty years havo done n work & Prathor. itho national government, has bocomo price. credited (rather a white elephant. Tho question which they aro not often g clvlll.-luhavo that la agitating tho minds of tho oap-It- with. Thoy Shoot been great through Thero ar now 13 prisoners In tho a railroad forces. commission Is where to put tho county Jail Two of them nro charg lIg piece of bronzo. Tho figurehead any locality, and stations flvo miles ed with murder. Is not all In one piece, as was goaor-Wil- y apart will soon bo Httlo villages. In supposed, but Is In four plecoa each of these villages you will find jthat can bo fitted together with bolts. one or two churches and a school. Messrs. Charllo Moss and Thos. "Whoro to put it where It can be seen, Tho railroads in East Kentucky, withReynolds havo purchased tho plant tout will not bo In the way, is tho prob in tho last twenty-fiv- e years, havo lem to be solved. For the tlmo being of tho Hickman Lumber Company, In. destroying mounthe figurehead will rest in tho base-cn-t been great forces In killings. A tore open his mattress nnd piled Uio went In to buy tlckots for tho Jailor eluding their lumber ynrds, a planing of tho Capitol and only thoso tain feuds and stopping mill nnd a saw mill. Thoy will operpersons who ask to soo It got a railroad through nny community straw through the grating of his cell and his prisoners, Carter struck tho ate same under Uio firm nnmo of peoplo In door against a hot stove, hoping to aged Jailer with his fist, but tho makes It possible for tho jgllmpso of it. Reynolds, Moss & Co. Mr. Reynolds that community to move about. Trav- sot flro to the straw. Had tho straw Umoly arrival of Huddjeston prevent- haB already taken pharge. nnd will el Itself is a great clvlllzor. Isolate beon. Ignited and Jailer Noonon re ed flvo of tho six prisoners making APPROACH TO CAPITOL. any community In thoso United Statta sponded to tho flro alarm at this hour Uielr escape. One, a negro named move his family In a few days. ReyFrankfort. All tho stono work for and that community will degenerate. when help was not avallablo, there Crutchflold, chargod with bootlegging, nolds Is a young mnn of high charItho approach has been received and Thero Is only one railroad through might havo been a Jail delivery. It got away nnd has not been heard acter, splendid energy, fine- executive 4t will be only a short time, with good Adams county, Ohio, ono of tho most would havo boen littlo troublo for from. Carter was finally overpowered nbility nnd with a yotornn of Mr. "weather, un-ti-l all tho stone will bo In Isolated counties In tho United States Carter to havo overpowered Undo Joo handcuffed and landed In jail horo. Mosa' experience, capacity and knowlIptaoo. In putting up tho stono it la stago had tho latter rushed to Carter's cell At Fulton he has tho reputation of edge to engineer Uiings, wo havo not necessary to use concrete so tho which is In the center of tho as being ono of tho most corrupt and unlocked it to got htm out of tho being a "bad man," and was given a ho slIghttcHt doubt, tho venturo will stono can bo placed oven In freezing blaze. Whether this was tho plan or wldo berth by some of tho officers of bo a great success. Tho homo comA weather. Tho faililro of tho quarries counties, politically in tho country. pany now, besides tho largo and not, It failed. that city. send put. the,, stono. on time delayed to A railroad Is a publicity organ. business hero at Union City, tho work on tho approach. books nowspapcra, ministers, So Carter proceeded to sot flro to Ho will bo confined to Jail hero have plants boUi at Kenton and HickBibles, doctors, teachers, como with his bedding Tuesday morning about 9 unUl tho May term of circuit court, man. Union City FOR &ALE: Burt Oats, good seed, tho railroad when that road Is built o'clock, but without any serious con at which tlmo be will bo tried for John Hogan spent a fow days at C4c; also some mixed hay. W. B. through any hitherto undeveloped sequences. Undo Joo Bays Cartor had tho killing of Frank Bnulcom, a 19- country. boy from Seattle, "Wflsh. a pleco of plank In hla possession year-olhomo this week. McOohce, Route 4, Hickman, tf I PARDON REQUESTED. I g Hair Pins, Barretts Belts, Bags and Ladies Neckwear 4 Price 25 Cents to $2.96' " We are constantly receiving New Spring Goods, and 'have many new things to show you. Baltzer & Dodds Dry Goods Co. I V con-growln- a Starts s e Do you want a Better Better Drug Store? Better Prices? Better Service? Better Goods? Better Methods of Handling Drugs? Better Clerks? Better Accommodations? Bctfcr Delivery Service ? ! l. SPECIAL FEATURES E. R. Ellison's If You can find it right in this store. Wc carry a complete line of drugs, sundries, etc Also candies, cigars and the best of everything in he soda fountain line. anti-toxine- s, CASH STORE 10c COWGILL'S buslpess deal of Importance to commercial lifo of this communi ty woa consummated horo lawl wi- - k when Mr. J. C. Hough sold n controll Ing lntunt in his drug bua!m to Mr W. K. Holcombo, a miUvc of Hickman, Ky., but recently of Green villo. Mlwt. Tho how firm will bo known n the Red Crosa Drug 8tp nnd will conduct Its business nt th Nimo stand In Uio 1311 lot t building mi long occupied by Mr. Hough. A hand Homo sodn fountain has been purch.u ed and will bo Installed in ample time for Uio Hummer season. Tho Gazette most cordially welcomes Mr. Holcomli ami his wlfo to Magnolia nnd trusts tlialr stay horo will bo pleasant social ly. as well ns profitable. They are peoplo of refinement ami culluro nnd will prove valuablo clthens of the community, wo nro sure. Mngnoll.i. A Uio .Ml Co-mo- as r, -- ol Come in and Look ., Onzotto. 8llver Iiced Wyandottes nnd roso comb R. I. Red cockoru'ls for sale, $1 each. Mrs. N. L. Rico. Clnggtt Mnrtlji, or Martin, was lu lllckmnii Sunday the guest of Miss Mnbel WIlRon. Mrs. Ilnrry Thrujkeld and Httlo son V Red relatives In Union City this weok. ,at Swnyno Wnlkor spent Sunday Woodland. nt Nows-llnn:nc- Phono 4 VEGETABLES PRODUCE c. ii. moore FRUITS V " w (ourier's rj-hc- ON Tho troulilo Ih that people do not tell enough truth before thoy uro married and too much after. Table Manner. Ulckninn men are Kood workers. They hoo theJr wives and children but littlo except nt tnblo. Tlmt seems to A Mother's Care. be about tho only family gntliorlng LOUIS WEATHERLY lint a spectacle la tho coiiuuon A woman gifted at running "grab of Uuo family bag" socials called on a mother BaykIIa In glum kIIuiico, The father ing "Wo hnvo many useless articles nud shovels In as font ns ho can aunl-lo- but steadily upward. Thin In Uio wny that must bo disponed of somehow. follow the jki-i- t tho work of llu mnn becomes Tho children a man- Wo'vo concluded to place them all on ntal oxninplu. Tim food U pOHtwxl sion. ThlH Ih tho way tho poor boy ono tablo under Uie charge of our only when naked for and in then becomes tho great man. This Is the most fnselnatlng young ladles. Genpii: misI In silence. wny tho apprentice boeouies Uio mas- - tlemen will chat with them, then canTiiero Is nothing humnii about lU ter, and tho intelligence of inortiils not go away without buying someWe cntinot wo In what unHinU.il par- tlio jK)or and unknown greatness of thing and the ladles can put thoir ticular It differ from n group of Uioho who aro Immortal, llulld your own price on tho nrtlcles. Wo realpiK gathered about a trough. wall of good material nnd they will ly wiuit your daughter she hnH such If llicso gnthcrlngn were rightly lout. Ilo kind to tho poor, for ovury winning ways " Seeing indignation riauagcd, If the experiences of Uiti good net Is a plant Hint will hear gathering in tho noblo mother's face children In their schools were loving- blowouts to our credit In tho beauti- and knowing how carefully sho had ly railed out by parental Interest, If ful bo)ond. guarded her children from social consurh news nil tho parents had picked tamination she added, "Of courso up kitico tho Inst tnoutlng wan told hIio will hate to play tho agreeablo Christ Loved Home. If this M the scene at the table to a good many jou might not ap three times n day It would grow by Though too poor to have a homo of prove; still sho need not recognise lint It feeds on T.ho tablo meeting Ills own, Ilo wont out to spend the them afterward." "What," exclaim uild Im more attrnrlito to tho small night in Ilethnny, two or three miles ed tho mother, "allow my daughter txople Tho parotitic would grow Into wtilk from Jurusalem, and oor a! to become n decoy to luro money out j lovlnc onotMwa with tiiulr children rough ami hilly road that mndu It of men's jocket In return for shams I would In truth prove the greaturt wjual to six or sovon onllunry miles, and false smllusT Never. I hold my It Mini; to every member of the ory morning and night going to child's moral nature too sacred for Krotip, and In tho long run would con- and fro. He lined tho quietude of that." tribute mora to the physical, Intelleot- - home life, nnd Ilo wan lovely In His u.il foolnl nud moral dovulopiuent of domesticity. Wo would say to all: Use your i.ie ycMinK iH'opIo than any other a How ho enjoyed hnndlng over tho K ucy ran itnmo. resurrected boy U IiIm mother nnd tho gentlest voice at homo. Watch it day resurrected girl "to her father nnd re- by day as a pear! of great prlco, foi constructing hnmcHtcada which dlseoa It will be worth more to you In days Upward and Onward. or death wan breaking up! As tho to como than tho best pearl hid In Keep tho heart pure nnd tho brain song. "Home. Sweet Homo" wns writ- tho oa. A kind volco is Joy llko a active Htudy for the bent and when ten by a mnn who nt Hint time had lark's song, to a hearth at homo. It Is n light that sings as well as shines. o havo found It, work nnd Htudy no home, so we think the homelesa-neoTrain it to sweet tones now, and it something Mill better Never bo fir of Christ added to his appreciawill keep In tune through lift. .KfWxl with one good net nor a tion of domentlclty. ridnl nor a thousand. Itut add Furthermore, Ho wns lovely to Ills hi in together one after tho other till sympathies. Now' dropsy Is a most Croup a' lot )ou will have a Hiring of pearl dWttnysful complaint It Inflames and uneasy nights but if you will 't lift you higher, Itwtead of pebbles swvlls and tortures nny limb or physi- Causes Bell's Tine-To- r Honey it will uso Dr. i j sink you lower Heart, like hous-e- cal organ It touuclies As soon as a rollove In a few minutes. There is mil be built out. Minds, like case of thnt kind Is submitted to nothing bettor. Guaranteed by nil r mica, can Iw beautified It U as Christ, He, without nny use of dia- dealers. tsy to plant a noblo ambition as to phoretics, commands Its euro And , ant fordid desires and treea which what an eye doctor Ilo wns for openMr McKeel, of Mayfleld, arrived t ar only bitter fruit llctnombcr ing tho long closed gates of sight to In Hickman Saturday to spend a fow it It In little by little, inch by Inch, Uio blue of tho sky, and Die yellow day with tho family of I). I). Wilson. ! spoonful of fcbrlfugo, and straightening crooked backs without any pangs of surgery, and standing wliolo cholni of music along tho silent gallorlcs of n deaf enr, und giving healthful 3 system to catalcptlcsl Sympa-tliy- l I handle tho Jame Davis llr.e of Ho did not glvo them stoical Wall Paper, Palnte, etc., the largest o house of the kind on earth, and I ndvlco or philosophize about tho of grief: Ho snt down nnd cried .an oftvu you MONEY. Am sole agent for this concern. Phone 128 with thcin. or see me before you buy. Paper Paints. Oils Wall of Uio flower and tho emerald of tho What a Christ Ho was for cooling fevers without bo much aa a grassl Walter Wright Dead. Walter Wngtit, ago about 28 years, at his homo in tho bottom Sunday night, after u short Illness of pneumonia. Deceased was a son of Tobo Wright, who died last year. Ho had only been in tho bottom a fow days, taking sick shortly after mov-In- g on T. T. Swnyno's farm, whoro ho expected to mako a crop this year. Mr. Wright ta survived by his wife. Hurlal took placo at Brownsville, Tuesday afternoon. died ' 11 ''llid 35 t t- - Varnishes nor-vou- s:l-enc- XZlolunnu, Itoiitciolty EXHIBITS IN PROVE VALUABLE EDUCATING THE PUBLIC the Many Municipalities Are Showing Right Way of Doing Thing. Tho lmjortnnco of exhibit of various sorts in educating tho public Is beginning to be understood, and many cities nnd towns have arranged expositions Hint emphasize the right nnd the wrong wnys of doing things. New York recently held n budget exhibit thnt had a tremendous effect In cdu eating tho people regarding the wny the millions spent by tho city aro expended. Subjects covered by these exhibits Include houserilcs, playgrounds, flrwl ntd to tho Injured, tho care of Infants. tulicrcuIosK ventilntlon. Industrial safeguards, etc Theso exhibits en able tho people to seo nt a glance how theyenn Improvo their conditions mentally, morally nnd physically Tho illustration shows n section of n milk exhibit Tho placards were all woman's existence, and neglect of health at this time invites disease. Women everywhere should remember that there is no other remedy known to medicine that will so successfully carry women through this trying period as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from native roots and herbs. Here is proof: Jfntlck, Itlnss., "I cannot express vvlint I went through during the Chance of Life heforo I trlCll I.VlIlil 1?. w notllld. I WI14 in Ptftlf lllllll'u Voirnlnl.ln ".,. T such n. iwrvima nmwllHi.n could not keep still. My limits ivcro cold. I Iind creepy sensations nnd could not sleep niKhts. I wns llnally told by tuo physicians thnt I had n tumor. dtfBBBB vCfHlie?t " I rend ono dny of tho wonderful cures niado IlV TVdIlV K. I'lnkllfllll'u V,xr,f :il.l r1!.... ..,....! MnriJ mill deetdod f trv It. mwl If lmu inn,ln,.,nn mf,nv i' 1 " hi fi'i "'' ii.ihninu,i tuui iiiuimn uvcinro lb jinn mirHTOii iiumeio ior me. jjyuin U. l'lnKliniii'n VCRCtnhlo Compound Is wortli Its weight In gold for women during this . ..i.n,.,7 ...... .... I ,.!,. Tiorlml nf Ufa. Tf It. letter." Mrs. Kntlmn B. Grcnton, 51 Xo. Mnln St., Xntlck.Mnss. ANOTHER SniILAlt CiVSK. Cornwnllvllle, N. Y. "I hnvo been tnlclng I'1"'"? ijyuin I'inKiianr.s vcgctniiio Compound for some tlmo for Chnngo of Life, nervousness, nnd jiSr ' p n fibroid growth. t" 4tS. TI "Two doctors advised mo to go to the hospital, but ono dny whilo I wns away visiting, I met n woman who told mo to tnko Lydia 12. By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound The Change of Life is the most critical period of a ii M i. I i m I f v 1 I i ,'j .ti b v 1 ,.il., i. I'SfSn f&r 4 S"- i A," -' (' i, know it helped mo wonderfully. I nm very tlmnlrfill flint T lrno tnl,1 t iwtr T.'.lln 1 3(4 c" IMrilrlintn'H VMrrtn1ilnf!iiiiiwiiti,1. rOfvotiililn T .11.1 c o.wl I ii'f if I m ? iJB 5 H" '""'" a lklnlf liniii P,ittirMiiiTitl.9vH7ITt-- i K '" - H H bbVI i U,"'T-- a si SH .jl. H '' iH A 1 ha,, 1 Jj JBB ,7- - jjHj n rOItTION OP A MILK EXniDIT. Cornwnllvillc. N. Y., Greene Co. The makers of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound have thousands of such letters as those above they tell the truth, else they could not have been obtained for love or money. This medicine is no stranger it has stood the test for years. For 30 years Lydia K. Pinkham's Vcgctnblo Compound has been tho standard remedy for female ills. No sick woman docs justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots nnd herbs, and has thousands or cures to its credit. Plnkham invites all sick women bWF to write her for ndvicc. Sho has guided thousands to health free of charge. Address Mrs. l'lnklinm, Lynn, Mass. IREKiiii?ttSp" rBinrj!m Wv nn..i.,A- - i'-Y'i-:.-- Young Mens Winter Suits ...At Makers' Prices,,, tf n - The Inscriptions wcro hand lettered in n uni form style with tho Importnnt words emphasized. Along with tho placards were milk basins, vessels for storing and handling milk nnd various stjlm of apparatus UBcd on farms nnd In dnlrles. Tho right way Is often ns easy and ns chenp ns tho wrong wny, nnd this exhibit will hnvo nn effect In throwing safeguards around ono of tho principal articles of food. of a sire in cherry frames. 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 hq wants. Why not open an account) next pay day with THE PEOPLES BANK. You'll never have aTiythlng If 'you don't save something. Clvlo pride meant working for the good of your town, and working for tho good of your town meant doing your purchatlng i here. Sheared of all profits, these suits are the greatest bargain offering of our Winter Clearance Sale. Smart, Nifty Models, with one, two or three buttons to close; plain sleeves or with fancy cuffs, long lapels and the new English shoulders; in plaids and checks; in fine stripes and mixtures of exclusive weaves in the correct shades of gray, brown worsted, chevand blues all guaranteed pure-woevery garment the iots, cassimcres and serges clothes-makinfor the handiwork of specialists in young men. ol 4H"H"HMH Protperlty For Mutkogee. SIurIcoroo, Okln., recently took a hnlf holltlny for the purposo of raising n liontis for nn Industrial company, of which Governor Haskell Is tho hend. of ?300.000, which Runranteea tho locntlon of flro factories cmploy-In1.WW men. Tho governor wns thero In portion, nnd when tho mans meeting closed $215,000 of the bonus had heen stilisorlbod. This money wns RiibficrltKMl without n slnglo bank In tho city being naked for n cent Ten hanks cnlled upon supplied the K $ft rfi ft fh rf fh A A r A Books and Banks Choose your bank with the same care and discrimination that you select your books apply the same high standard that you do in the selection of your personal friends. This is the exact, crucial test that we invite from intending customers. Of course our own standards are as high as yours. Let us meet on a common plane of good faith and business courtesies, viewed in the broadest light You have not a legitimate banking need that we cannot successfully meet and to your complete satisfaction. Investigate. $ST,000. The contracts for flvo factories havo nlready been signed. To Protect Pavements. An effort will bo mado nt Chnttn-noogTenn., to havo nn ordinnnco drawn up to protect the new pavements, which nro now often cut up soon after they nro laid. Tho Idea is to have property owners notified before n pavement is laid so thnt they ran make necessary plpo connections nud then to prohibit tho cutUng up of pnvements for n period of flvo years nfWr thev nro laid. mm 7 1 o g ', yfi && WZ!Zm. 15.00 18.50 20.00 22.50 Young Young Young Young Mens Mens Mens Mens Suits Suits Suits Suits at at at at 12.50 16.00 16.50 17.50 We pay 3 Asthma Is a distressing dlse.aso. Plno-TtHoney rolloveB stantly. Wo guarantee satisfaction. ir -- on Saving Deposits. itI . Dr. " fl5iHl'. -- . -- The earlier you come the wider the selection. almost init to glvo VY. noil's HICKMAN BANK C. RIED, Cashier JNO. PUE, Asst. Cashier New Spring Shirts Young Man Dies. Harry, tlio 6on of Capt Marriage Licenses L. D. Tullis, pilot on tho Mongol Box Company, died nt tho homo of bis parents In Hast Hickman Saturdny. Boyd A. Hhurman nnd Vnllio Baw-doDeath was Uio result of meningitis, from wlUcli tho joung man had boon Mason Melvln Wight and Qeorgio a sufferer for somo tlmo. Klrkland. Kunornl services nnd burial took Henry T. Alexander and Dulco Mur-pheplaco nt Uio City Cemetery Sunday afternoon. V. D. Burrus and Sarah Parchraan. W. F. Dlclday and Dessio Bolton. Hubert Chancy and Ilattio Hasklns. Prof. J. C. Check was elected presKcnchan Ilandal and Ava Donncll. ident of Uio Fannors' Dank of Fulton Arch Barham nnd Vern Holt. to succeed Ed Thomas, who resigned his position after soiling his stock Lyric Saturday night. in tho bank. Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin stated that tho cntiro State of Kentucky is under quarantine by tlio U. S. Department of Agriculturo on account of Uio prevnlonco of tho sheep scabies, nud that this dlscaso Is on tho increase among tlio flocks of sheep throughout tho State Scabies appeared In fifteen new counties In 1910, nnd Is becoming general in a number of others. KEAL ESTATE for salo. B. Shaw. Seo M. We have just received our elegant line of shirts for the Among them we are showing colored shirts with collars to match and detachable. All the new stripes and figures. Be sure to see them. Spring (of 1911. VI n. 'J ifU 1 BALTZER & DODDS D. Q. CO. INCORPORATED 14. Tho Taylor Stock Co., March, and IS. 13, U4U -- xaJU v ij? t J sv :..i?-.'..ft..v.'!fe'T- - p The Courier's Weekly Sermon -- Hy l'A.STOlt LESSJlCASH Pittsburg Lump Coal (Cash with Bon Air Lump Kentucky Lump 10 order)- -. . IH'SHKI.t.' ,S-?.t1: w Subject Ky. Lump Coal OEXaX VJlin Tl 33 LH I " aa MM aal . M .Lk B aa aW HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FUHS AND HIDES Wool on Commission, Writ i mentioning this ad. AND HIDES BatabUshed 1B07 P',MJA iiifc lis Vt ,Wi8fc) PRINCE LUCIFER OF OLD JOHN WHITE & CO. L0UISVILLE,KY. ' . .4.90 .4.75 .4.75 NOW PRINCE OF DEMONS. When cash doesnot'accompany order I charge extra for making collection, which will make the Pastor Russell Finds Much In the Bible on Satan's Past, Present and Future. January Washington. D. C 13. TPiiHI A Kit A Ton HICKMAN flaaak MARBLE TOM DILLON, (KiicoxMir.to 11. WORKS IVA Let me save you money on your coal. KHTAlll.lHIlKI Sr Prop. m f i J ; ! j I ; ;: ; Cash N eV DOOKS Stationery Mary Berendes & Co. ruldrauted largo nudtoncrs here twice ttxlay at the Lump Coal Opera IIouso. IIU afternoon themo was Bon Air Lump Coal "Hereafter." In tits evening address ho Coal discussed Satan and PUKgustcd valuable Prices based on delivery within the city limits. lessons from his errors Incidentally he Parties out of town desiring to haul their own coal showed that many of us havo been will be allowed 40 cents per ton deduction fromprices wrong In thinking of him as a quoted. others, In ft far off tortUro chamber, counlly In error nnd out of accord with You can leave your order, accompanied with thr ficrtjtur. In denying Bntnn'a and clnlmlng that tho namo rcp-r.'- S cash, at the office of Hickman Ice Coal Co., or nM merely tho principle of ovIL From phone 48 if you you wish order sent C. O. D. No tho Scriptures Pnstor rtuascll pointed out that ho ho U known as Satan, or Adverone has authority to extend credit, so don't ask for it. sary of God. was not nnother Ood evil of I will appreciate your patronage, an J by selling ilUlxisltlon and thus contrary to our Creator, nor was ho In any senso created evil. strictly for cash can give you security against an exHo was nn angel of light, or rather. The Angel ot Ught. Ho won n Irlnco or Su orbitant advance in prices. perior amongst tho angola a "covering cherub." as doscrllfd In tho Scriptures. Ho was glorious, twatitifut. Intelligent, one of tho highest of God's creatures on the spirit piano. Angels in general In tho Scriptures aro referred to as sons of God and as stnrn, bright, luminous, glorious. Tho original namo of Satan before hU 'transgression was Lucifer, which sign u bright nnd morning star Ono might suppose that nn angel ot Lucifer's dignity and glory would have btn-thoroughly content with tho wonderful position of Divine fnvor which ho ji nut It Is not always those who are without name and fnmo and bints-Ing- s who aro ambitious for higher things. Attorney-at-La- w As tho millionaire desires mora millions, I; so Lucifer, rich In Dlvlno favor and bless and Notary Public Ing. honor nnd greatness, longed for still mora Ho was ambitious. It seemed to him that tho Dlvlno Program workod Will practice in all Courts j ' slowly. He longed for an opportunity to Real put Into cxerclno hla own brilliant of the State. Kdvmrx. Them nciicmca nntarally were And secreted In his own heart. Ho rcvenJed Hloli-mAn- , DECy. HIIU IlldUldllut; them to no ono. Ho said In hla heart, ha would ascend abovo the stars; he would bo ns tho Most High (Isaiah xlv. IX H). !; Office with Not that ho thought of usurping Jehovah's Empire, but merely that ho coveted B. a little corner of the Universe whero he Davis Hickman, Ky. could bo supremo, above tho other angels, exercising his own genius. This unholy thought, dlslnyni to his Creator, he harbored. Instead of repelling as moral poison Instead of saying, "To my Ood 1 will be true." My life and every blessing I owe him. He Is whether I understand all of his doings or not Lucifer Tested Proved Disloyal Splendid Selection Nono of tho holy angels were disloyal to Tho Courier has made a clubbing Ood and foolish enough to prefer Satan. arrangement with all tho leading pub- Satan's flrt opportunity for putting his Into practiso came when lications In the U. S., and can Bavo ambition created and he heard the mothor Eve was Divine our readers on any of them. Noth- message that, through the human pair, ing better for a Christmas gift than tho earth would be peopled with a race of their kind. Ambition whispered. Sesome of these high-clas- s periodicals. cure tho pnlr as the foundation for your and they are always welcome visit- empire and soon they will fill the earth, destres will have ors during tho long winter mouths. and your fulfillment Below we give a fow of those that Tho story of the deception of mother will make your selection easy. Plcaso nvo by falsehood, and of father Adam's dlsobedlcneo and practical suicide because . Call and See Our Stock remember these prices are positively of his love, for his wife. Is the Everything IllMo study Satan achieved his cash, and will only bo sold with the ends and became, Hickman Courier. Prices quoted ire ed, "The rrince of as Scripturnlly declarthis world" (John xlv. for a year's' subscription to the Coir-lo- - 80). Hut, alas I his Kingdom Is one of darkness. Sin reigns. And death, the and tho publication named: penalty ot sin. has brought to mankind pain and sorrow, mental and physical, with moral depravity Today Satan's empire of LS0n,0np ono fl & wretched oni, whoso only hopo Is In God and tho Dlprovlslnn-th- at In duo time tho Woman's NaUonal Dally J 1.75 vlno ns the world's Messiah, shall take Weekly Commercial Appeal 1.25 tho Scepter of earth and bind Satnn for a Tho Delineator 1.75 thousand yenrs, relcaso mankind from the bondage of sin and death, and give to Success Magazine 1.90 Adam nnd all his race a full opportunity Youth's Companion 2.7C for return to Dlvlno favor, as at first Clinton, Kentucky and of knowledge, both of good and Cosmopolitan .1.70 evil, of which mother nvo too precipiEvorybodys Ont'tcnth of M ftcs to ChrUtUnltv. 2.00 tately partook. St. Louis Republic (2 a week) 1A0 Untruthful and a Murderer Farm Progress 1.1G Tho speaker quoted Jesus, the grrnt Republic RFD dally 2.50 Teacher, as saying that "Batan was a murderer from tho beginning, and abode Dally Courier-Journa- l 8.20 not In tho Truth" (John vlll. U) This, Weekly Courier Journal 1.50 ho. paid, corroborated the many other Loan. Scientific American Money 3.6 McClures Magazine 2.00 prices as follows: Kussoll Pastor Pittsburg $5.40 5.25 5.25 STAHR STEVE PHONES DOTH respecting th personality of Satan. An evil principle could not truthfully bo termed n mm dcrer nnd n falsifier. Suoh terms could apply only to an Intelligent being, such ns tho lllhlo describes Lucifer, now called Satan. fit Paul likewise refers to Satan as a person, saying, "We are not Ignorant of his devices" (II Corinthians M, 11). and again "We war not with flesh and blood (morelr). but with wicked spirits In high (Hphelan vl. 11). Tho speoksr P" Ihnt Bstnn has certain evil angels of in Inferior grndo subordinate to him e and over whom ho Is tho prince or Prince of demons " These, he raid, lie might rrfcr to mom particularly next Through the-evil spirits for flunda six thousand years n malevolent Influence has leen rxerrlseil upon mankind Not only have they preyed upon human weaknesses nnd iwslns, but. as adversaries of God. they have used every do-lat their command to misrepresent the Divine character and Plan, putting dark-nea- s for light and light for darkness. It was these false teachings, propagated by Satan nnd his demon subordinate, that tho Apostle referred to as "doctrine of devils" (I Timothy Iv, 1). H LbbbbbbbbW I B a4. AI O. Itammaa, ilecrastMl) Marble and Granite Kentucky statements of Scripture JbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVbbbbbbI Monuments CURDING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. flre-atok- . Hickman, Kentucky ty it ruler--"Th- Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY DIUKOTOIU4 A. A. FARIS fl II. IIUOIIANAN J. W AI.KXANDKIl Dr.J.M. llUHIIAItl) IL M. 1HI.KK (IKO. J.J.O.ItONIHIIlANT II.TIIUKI.KKI.I) T.A. l.rSIKOItl A. M. TYLER B. Q. Hale Estate t I Innnrnnnn l ? f Judge T. J oo Book Store Special Clubbing Offers. e, The Logos In Contrast With Luolfer Tho speaker believed that SL Paul had In mind tho rebellious and degenerate couno of Lucifer and Intended to Institute a contrast between tho course of thos In the passage which declares that Christ, the Ixgos, meditated not a usurpation, not In bo like Ood, but. on the con trary. was willing to humblo himself and take n bondman's form and then to obedient unto death, oven tho death of the cross. The Apostls deWare. "Him hath Ood highly oxAltnl and given a name which Is nbovo every namo" o which angels bow Tho onntrost is that Lucifer allowed pride to rankle In hla heart and whllo tho Logos, to lwd him to fully loynl to Jehovah, submitted himself obediently to every test of loyalty applied. The ono who sought to exalt himself will bo ahnsed to tho Second Death. The ono who humbled himself In obedience to death, the death of the Cross, will experience the great reward glory, honor and Immortality, much more than Satan ever dreamed of. "Thine wns the chastisement, with no relcaso. That mine might bo tho peace; Wounded for my transgressions, stricken sore. That I might sin no more; The bruising nnd tho cruel stripes wrt thine. That healing might bo mine; Thlno were tho sentence and tho condemnation, Mine tho acquittal and the full salvation." Wc combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and oficr our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS II IIUrilANAS, Prssldvnl It. 0 IIAMAOK. A1 (uhlr J. A. TIIOMIHON, IVshlsr Our Stock is Complete and ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Hcinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas tillonorTrlihonu brn In nml of fllUH'KIUKH. ritKHII MKATX or rKKiwrurrrt. Telephone 6 3 Deliveries Post Cards, KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL. Health la Worth Saving, and Some Hickman People Know How To 8a ve IL Many Hickman people tako their lives in Uiolr hands by noRlectlng tho kidneys when Uioy know thuH organs nwd help. Sick kidneys are responsible for a vast amount of suffering nnd 111 health, but there Is no nood to suffer nor to remain In dan ger whon nil diseases and aches and pains due to weak kidney b can be quickly nnd permanently curwl by tho uso of Doan's KIduoy 1'llln. Hero la a Hickman cltlzon's recommendation. A. J. Hunzlkor, East Hickman, Ky., says: "I cannot nay (oo much In fa vor of Doan's Kidney rills, as they had a beneficial effect upon my 1 suffered for some years from attacks of kldnoy troublo nnd at times Uioro wns a dull ache across tho small of my back, which made mo miserable. A short time ago I procured Doan's Kldnoy Pills at Holm & Ellison's Drug Storo nnd through their uso found entire roller." For salo by all dcalors. Prlco COc. Foster-Mi- l burn Co., Buffalo, N. Y solo agents for tho United 8tatca, nemember tho namo Doan's and tnko no other. kid-noy- Notions, etc. Ledford & Randle A NICE LINE OF n Hiolsman Courier and .... r. J. KELLY SMITH Attorney 'at'Law Lap Robes and Horse Blankets TUAT UC Wll I to i'.OC American Magazine American Poultry Advocate .... 1.35 1.65 American Fruit Grower Outing Magazine 3.10 2.00 Southland Magazine ' My husband begged me d Magazino .... 2.00 to takeCardui'writes Mat-t- ie 5.30 ColUer's Weekly L Bishop, of Waverly, 1.65 Coleman's Kural World Va., "and for his sake I 3 7r-Outlook Magazino to try it Before I had Ladies Homo Journal taken 1 bottle, I felt better. 2.50 Saturday Evening Post "Before taking Cardul I Woman's Magazino 1.35 suffered miserably every If you do not see what you want month and had to go to In this list, call at our office; we bed until it wore off, but have hundreds of others. Write nam nowil am all right" and address plainly with your order, E50 Dp. Bell's AntisepticSalve specifying exactly tho periodicals. Should you want mora than one Good for all Skin Diseases. paper besides tho Courier tako $1 00 Take from tho prlco of each extra periodiAll Skin Troubles Aro overcome by using Dr. Boll's An- cal. Thus: Tho Woman's National tiseptic Salvo. It is as pleasant to Dally and Hickman Courier costs umj as puro cream and is guaranteed $1.75. If you want Tonic the Commercial-Appea- l to give satisfaction. 25c a box. also, add 20c, making a total You know Cardul will of $2 .for the three papers. help you, because It has A. E. Kennedy, the Insurance man, helped others who were has moved his office upstairs over in the same fix as you. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Brevard's store. You aro Invited to Dr. Bell's It Is not only a mediFor Coughs and Colds. call and see him. Phone 01. cine for sick women, Close Out I loan money on farm lands In and Weakley Counties, Tenn., and In Pulton County, Ky. About one-hal- f the cash value of a farm will be loaned. Loans made In sums ot ?1,000 or mora for fire years with privilege to borrower of paying same after one year In full or making any size partial payment desired at lntor-ral- a of six months after the expiration of ono year, Interest being stop-pa- d on partial payments made. Call on or writ O. SPRADLIN, Attorney-at-LaUnion City, Tonn. tf at a Bargain For His Sake Taylor-Trotwoo- Hickman Harness Co. waaasssssasaasaaasaBaaassaaasawaassii ,, Dori or sheep which shall It boT No feed so good for tho horses aa foods oats nnd bran. Don't Blame the Hen When you Business -- Directory ASK FOR RATES- - CARDUI Oct tho maniiro on tho land boforo fou do your fall plowing. Cultivator In Orchard, In cultivation n good disk Is an oxccllcnt Implement to uso in tho orchard, much bettor than a plow. It does not destroy roots as a plow does and It kills weeds and loosens the sun Help Wanted For that coubIi. Got a bottlo of Dr, Hell's I'ino-Tn- r Honey. It la tho beat Aak for Omega Flour. 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Telephone No. 4 for better meats j Moving picturoa Saturday night and groceries. Being made from mild, gentle, vegetable Ingredients, It Is perfectly harmless and has no bad after-effec- ts. a tonic for weak women. but SollH That R. T. TYLER XBClaxcl Davidson's old stand. Phono No. Hickman, Ky, HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Funeral Director and Embalmera. Cardul can bo relied upon to help you. Try It today. At all druggists. i Is a danger signal and should not bo neglected. Tako Dr. Holl's Plno-Ta- r 8lnht too Valuablo Honey at onco. It allays Inflaination To bo noglectod. Sutlierlaiids' Kaglo DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N stops tlio cough and heals tho Kyo Salve will euro any aiso of soro For Intornal and Extomal PaJn. oyes, granulated lids, opthaltnla or any Inflamed condition of tho oyoa. Painless and harmless. 2Cc a tuba Our 20c coffee U a world-beate- r 8CHMIDT the TAILOR. 1 at oil dualors. try ic DeiUraworU A Pr&liMr, Take out that insurance today. You may bo noxt to burn out. 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