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A BLUE MARK HEBK roar nb mini thathas explrtd crlptloa llonew promptly If ron want the papa r to corns to yon after this month V'1' iI 1 n?"!!!!!? VOLUME NO. .11 OLDEST PXrCR IN WK8TKBN KUNTUOKT "P A H'H "f Success. The Courier haa a Svankin' Good Team. Grease the Rxles of Your Wagon, Did Man. and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HO. .(I ni HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1011. m 3(14,1 ESTABLISHED IN TEE TEAR 1HOO HELPFUL HINTS. Instead of burins a now acrapbook which to panto roclpos. tnko thn diary ou kept tho yoar before rou oro married. In this way jour cook will bo Induced to vary thu menu and to Htay with you until sho haa aoakod off all the rcclpea. In TheMidnight HERig ' V.V.' Carnival Cut Prices on all Winter SHOES HATS SHIRTS UNDERWEAR HOSIERY MILLET & ALEXANDER The Courier is In receipt of nn rapping communication ciho of to bo an unnecessary to hla homo In Mliat pur-ortowl in this city. It Is against the West Hlckmnn Tho enno wait Tuexda) ami found to be small nil- s of this paper to print commuul pox in a light form. It that cauoiiH of this nature without know-Ihb wife baa Jimt recovered from a the writer. Of course, bis name light case of the diHousM, but It was would not bo divulged, should ho to rumnln Incogno, but It Is neo not thought that sho hnd miiall pox twsary wo should know tho source of until the auto devuloKd In bar Tint Ikiumh wax quarantined sin h contributions. Wedneaday, and every precaution takMrs U. II. llravard entertained ill en to previmt thu illsutim) HpieadlnK. Undge Tuesday ufturnoon from 2;H0 Arab llertweck, an old Hickman to .'. o'clock In honor of Mrs. Nannie lioy, came In yesterday from lxs Kingman. Kufroshmunts embracing a Cnl., to vlalt but parents and d' litloua course pruparel by the host- other relative. Mr. Hortwcck baa H wore tarred. been nwny from Illakman ntxiut aven Mrs. J. M. Pillion, wlfo of tho now yoara. photographer, arrived hero yestorday, Th ore la 11! Inches difference In the whoru she mid her husband will make Itnel of thu two nuw railroads that their futruu homo. Mr. Pullun wll must or'Ma c4iob other In West Hick have temporary quarters for his busiman. Unless tho railroad people de ness Just w,est of tho Prlco House. dde to uso tho samo lecl, we will Percy Travis left Tuesday for Fort bavo to bold our hats on when on train Is crossing tho other's tracks Worth, Texas. Marxbul l'nrks. mill baa diKlojHd mix mid la (otiflued s dlng-iiowhih-iun de-n4rhtm-banAn-gulo- s, Am THEIE p i ( M7i--M-- i.S.ifc.&.flSS2S )' Amelia H. wrltos: "How mar I tell that an ejts la badr Why do you . want to tell. Atin.ll.t in.i -- .1... . you tolIT The dealer will not rcplaro tho fKif. and really tnw people euro to lv told about bad emeu. Window washing la robbed of much of Ita unpleasant fnturtn by engaging a trotiK man to do tho work, and on a vl.lt to your aimer whllo hu go-Ui- illlSl Curlln, Curlln, Curlln. Prices, Prices, Prlcoa. Go to Curlln's this week. ... m t I . Lyric Saturday Bight All togoUicr for Hickman. Helm & Ellison sells Forry'a garden seeds. W. L. Stratber, of MemphlB, was tho guest of Miss Myrtle Walker this week. If prices and quality will get your trado, wo aro It. Hickman Furnlturo Company. Moro goods far thn rami, mnnnv . v or tho same goods for less money. niiiuvun uros. ft ." ' li cashing them. When frockloa cannot bo removed by dennatoloKlcal methods, then n ood way to avoid that fmokledy sameness la to touch inch alteruutt, otto with varloolured paint ,tn. A Threat. Claudu Konnedv and Mlsn T.ni Afe. Clendon, both of. near Wlngo, wero married In Fulton, Sunday. Suro euro for small pox. ono ounco of cream tartar dissolved In a Dint of wator. Drink at Intervals. Old Woolen Mills Jeans pants to closo out at 90c a pair. Como quick. Sullivan Bros. - 5 lady Kate "Nothing for ui todays naVs the n tho pottmnn passes the Vo, ma am.M la .omelhlnit almoat every day. while ycj co by often. I don't are why Mr. J.baum couldn let oll enough alone." Well, I'm going to tell Mr Jlbsum hat we'll hava to chango postmen Tho postman wo ued to bavo brought rvpllos the postman At mldnlf lit, whrni Hirhouw U dark. Tin. dictionary hnn a Uric; It turn, nn tht. iiiirnry hlf Ami tlowlr citwn. In-Thn all th wonU In. alt the world como rr.niplnir from UM "QoliHsUlim! word that oft hav pur ll(l ulnin a&jrrf And ntottn xprrUm that aro h'ard of now Their ruiy Jwlnta atva ruty erraki an talrlr they bmr, The ilttlo airy, falrr word to danrinu hem ami tliern. While wleke1 wonln ,on miut not know Jut atarxl alamt atkl auMr Hut O It duea tUm Una of m1 to leava meir atralnwt iKth.tm And hav. an hmr tf axetrUe without their drfbiltlorai pn. ltlf Thirty pairs of r t i 'it iI H nvr k(uvj b.iit, at the Binan a cvtr" cide Desperate. Yoa, thero ho sits. Ho la so Jealous of her bocauie ihe haa danced flvo ' mea lth bta rival that he vows ho l end It all bsforu tbti evening 1 1 Ona nlhl I ekajettetake.a nap, Tha dictionary In my Up, And Jut at mldnlKht by tho.oloek t KlUi at mthAtt t...L Tor allenllr and tnalthltjA lha wonta, by i"m imi nrKio. Can popping from tha ibulkyUk uid - All twNaMaft tr. mlaaul Th Tho aentl Dona funnr wer.fi were frolkiklnc. wepy wonii wrra iwul, waM tfrv v,ry iull..i. w odd tolaea wont went very tho tha he threaten sui- Jtut tt Vj bcr Ha says bo will propoio to Frank. "Should I have my face powdered T" aaka the leading ladr of tho leading man preparlnit to go on after a silent quarrel over their rowpcctlve merlta an theiplan. them allijut inr pour Out of the raclnciround the floor, flueh bohtallrd wrordi na ithey apiieared nouns, verba ana ,prrmirion. And all tho otlwr port ion wtthout their deflnltlona. Powdered T" haughtily replica the atatvly actor, drawing himself up with flno acorn "If It were mr fnou I should bavo It pulverlied." Wititir underwear, $1 grade, nt at Sullivan's, All oilier grades 90p d dii.il proportionately. Paster Accepts Kid Gall. And no when I ro 'by thotihelf T never let on to mjrmt I know how whnn mtitnlchtteomea The dictionary hawn iind lium And yawni with drowalno, urrtll A tlowo to 7.)Tommn. The words all scamper for enoh jvura. without a dash or ootnmn, Arel clamber alt tlwi chaJra andttum- ble from the iltetwn, nd sometlmoa, just to hae a chaoao, they will mtaspe.1l thomaravear The dictionary Inoka M mo. arwl often- times I think That knowlnarly It llftsllta top.aathouirh atiout to wink. Hut on that night vow aod I'll keep Its oomnt.)ii I will not tell upon, thiwwordstthatileaia thtlr dsfUillkma. That or ?sm$$yJ ssBalalalalalalalala IsBalsBalBaV sasasV Will Porter, the negro who assaulted Mrs. Nannie Halbrook near May-fiel- d two weeks ago, has not been caught, although a big reward Is ofChicago was In tho grip of a blizzard Tuesday, with snow waist deep fered for him. In hoiiio of tho streets. At tho same If you get a blue mark on the uptlmu tho weather In this section was per right hand comer of your Courbalmy and pleasant. ier this week, it means that your subscription has expired. Renew at F. K. Hradley, of Woodland Mills, once If you don't want the paper spent Wednesday with bis aunt, Mrs. stopped. K. F. Scott, In this city. Don't be alarmed because there la Chlldrens ribbed seamless hose, a case of smallpox In Hickman. sell everywhoro for lGc, our prieo 10c. Stringent measures of precaution Sullivan Ilros. have been adopted to prevent its spread, and tho caso Is a light one, Monster reductions on nil men's too. overcoats nt Sullivan Ilros. No. 101 Prettiest lot In Southern Mrs. Win. Cnrr, of near Clinton, Heights, If taken within the next few died Monday. days can bo bought for $475. All Improvements concrete walks, electric Head II K. Curlln's ad. lights, city water works, etc. Slzo C2I&X1G0. Good vlow of river, etc. Courier office. II. L. Amberg, Junior member of tho firm of Smith & Amberg, has been confined to bis homo tills week with n sprained ankle. Tho accident happened while walking down a rough bill, and to the same ankle which ho had broken about a year oro. sBbIbIbIbIbIbIbIbIF Shite Ollle James has announced for lh Senate, tho First District will have to select his successor In Congress Commonwealth Attorney It. L. Si..itli, of Clinton, would bo a mighty KOfd man for tho place and ho Could carry this county solid. Tho banquet to be given Col. Theodore Roosevelt at Now Orleans, on March 11, will cost $10,000. Plates will bo flC. If afraid burKlnramlBht ontorhla homo by way of tho front door. Bo ho hnd 'double, locks put on IL Tbon ho had 'bolts nt tho tcj ami bot tom, wiier no nnain mmpucntcd niRht latch and a aprlnKllock.attncliod. Then bo affixed n henvy bar'ncromi tho con tor of thcHoor. Ami na,a laat adorn ment ho oiulprd tho door with a atronfi Rttel chain. Now, all thin wnsi nil irlght, but tho odd part of It In thrtibenevor turned Kid Slhorull and wlfo nro uxpectwl on tho night bitch, tho spring lock to Arrive In Hlckmnn thu latter part was alwnya 'loft opan, nono of tho bolts waa ever shot, tho bar was of Hit month. off Ita place .and tho cbnln was inovor In wo. Ilut Ithna'tjBO oddrwhon wo rofloct Horace Sltmrell, or Cap (II rardcau. Mo., linn neouptul n call an pastor (if llit Christian rhurcli In thin r niul will tnko up Ma work ft rut " mtday In Mnroh. At present he hi iiioiKtl nt Cimarron, Knmwa, but 'hpflut ten yenrs lit has spent ua laic Kvangollst of Missouri, and comes to tm vttry highly reoommned-i- La wiandj' Locks. There waa onco a mnn 'who waa .IraBBBBk. sasasasW. Wear it right out of the store 1AM Miss Virginia Hoyster, daughter of I. Itoyster, of east of this city, was carried to Nashvlllo this morning where sho will be operated on for appendicitis. She Is ono of the sweetest ladles of our acquaintance, and wo trust the operation will be entirely successful. Mr. and Mrs. S. Vital Statistics. The following deaths have been to Miss Maymo Naylor, Registrar of tho three voting prelncts In Hickman, since Jan. 1: I.ouIs Reran, ago C3, Jan. 2. Tom Cole, ago 3G, Jan. 9. Allen Kim), ago 3C, Jan. 1C. Sam llrynut, agu 13, Jan. 1C. Hunry NalliiiK, age 3, Jan. 1C. Twins (not named) Monroe Heath-orl- Select any Red Cross style you wish, a dainty dress shoe, a snujj walking boot or a shoe for general wear. Put it on in the store and you can walk home in it, wear it all day in perfect comfort. It is comfortable the moment you put it on. The sole of the Red Cross Shoe, tanned by the special Ked Cross process, is flexible It bends with your foot. It entirely prevents the burning, druwing and aching that stiff soles cuuse. The styles this fall are extremely becoming, they make your foot look better than It ever did. Let us show them to you. Oxfords $3.50 and $4. I Halt V SBL k Prices R. 1 11 R. Paid, that howofl n loajtalrutor who wna pcvasi al- - ways hulrrlnff ho novorj onfarood. laws that waro It Jh ff 7f'M'i -- T4 .bbV Follow 1; nro tho nnmos of the piriHH, and tho amounts paid thmn fur land for tho now belt llnu around 'liikmnn. by tlm N. G. &. St. I. Rr I U A. Dodds Jno II. Nelson N Sweeney J A 20 COO Htublm 100 1R00 "Ycs. I am ,a twin," saya tho mnn with the molo an hla cnr. "Woll,. pardon mo If my question la personal, says tho man with tho undecided oyobnrns, "but I have road that twlna always experienced tho samo Herniations ofplonauro or pnln , 8upporttnj the Theory. your foot bends with .BsaBBBBaT y, . Jan. 18. Shoes $4 and $5 Powltt W. Ward J W. Cnldwoll W T. Hnrton M. I 800 1000 lahatitruoT" "Myoxporlnto You do not have to saBsaBB?BUW&'n BaBBaBBBBaBKBaHflBlvsSBBBH BBaBBBsaVBSBaSlBlBBBBBBsaBBW Tnuleiurk sacrifice style to gain comfort wPaMBBSsT'iVWJp'filffl BsaBsHssgPff'Jr BaPBBaBBswVsV II. lluhanan, age SG, Jan. 22. Walter Moore, age, 29, Jan. 17. IjOreuo Monan, age 5, Jan. 18. Thelnin Hnmby, ago 3, Jan. 18. Harry TuIUh, ago 7, Jan. 28. Mrs. KHJah Cash, ago 1C, Feb. 13. ? (1 760 !"" ir.00 (. N Holm The preliminary trial of Twm Mor Kan, rhnrKL'd with ilolnlnliis a woiiiiin. whkh wiih to liavo boon lionrd yon- rdny In Judgo Nnylor'u court, wmi UrsL" ontliiuod until Saturday. Is that It Is practically truo, In youth." aaya tho twin. "In 'youth'? 'Then as you prow older tills chnractjurlstlo leaves?" I rcmumber "Ono inlBlit aay o. that whon my brother and I wero small boyB thn plrnuro of steallnK Jum was.BlinulfauiuoiiH with u, but tho pnln of mtrtbur'B slipper was not It depended ?on flitch ono sho caught 'sxBaV 3Si LXivBfBflnaBvLS jgCWc saMaBTfffrjR BBatBPSK iJ ayQBsassaa a'arallrlTtfisTlaBsaB River Rising. Tho river has been rising several days as a result of heavy rains In tlio upper Mississippi valley. Tho guago at Cairo now reads 34.0, with a rise of 0.9 In 24 hours. Tho Cumberland nnd Tennesseo rivers aro rising rapidly, and it Is expected that tho Cairo gunge will stand nt about 3S feet before tho crest Is reached. Kennedy for Insurance. t ri BBaflsBaBalSBBaBBaH BaBBBB6saBBVSsfVBSBtjBBBV BSBHsrSHsSBBaBBaBBaH hi n t. SAMPLE HATS ft fow to closo out nt tho lowest prlcoa you over saw. With (hit rlvnp rntnlnir 1111 r.inldlV. tho WeHt Hlckmnn lovoo lookB iiiUilily Sullivan Ilros. Kootl Hickman lfl. U10 II E. Curlln'fl SboeR nro tlm bent. town 011 tUo map. ffWtost . erowlnit Bradley Sr Parham. ivvcsg n m 1 ? i ir.'Mi ;:u AiMil. "!?(,' nv-- n nu' ' TTTI "I'V "WWW II, yawigsyi1 Ellison Bros. SPECIALS IS HERCflMb IHCRE W Lee Garter Writes. Ellison Bros. SPECIALS For Week Ending Saturday, During tho past week, tho Courier hns received two communications from Leo Carter, confined in tho county Curlln, Ctirlln, Curlln. Jail on chargo of wilful murdor. Tho We have orders out for, and ex Prices, Prices, Prices. first one, containing probably CO png-v- s pect In Thursday or Friday MSS., Is merely n review1 of his Go to Curlln's this week. career nnd too Ions for publication. Walker Martin, of Union City, was Tho last loiter, however, wo reprohero Sunday. duce. It U very damaging to our reputation for truth nnd veracity; hits Don't tako our word; try us. Hick10 Year Guarantee with each Machine. Undo Joo, nnd reflects on tho man Furniture Co. of tho county Jail. Wo havo Hugh OllTcr has returned from J about concluded, after reading tun b'uslnoss trip to Capo Girardeau. letter, that all tho rascals nro on tho ouUildo. Hero Is tho lettro: Frank Smith, of Martin, wns hero My Dear Kdltor Hickman Courier, Suuday tho guest of R. A. Tyler. Your stntemeut In Uio last Issue of Drop Head, Automatic Lift, Six Side Drawer and One If goods dont suit and prices dont your paper Is very unjust nixt untrue suit, dont buy. Hickman FurnHuro Ah to flrvlng bed clothing, Is false, Center Drawer. Co. an to making any effort or entertaining nny such Idra of cscnpo Is Mrs. Sam Parker, hns returned from ns to maklin; trouble for the a visit to her daughter In Caruthers-Vlllofficers of Fulton Is untruo. In the Mo. beginning of my troublo I sent for tho deputy sheriff to como nnd get J. II. Speight, of Obion, arrived mo nnd ho stayed with mo G day hero Tuesday to visit his brother, It. 11. Speight, of Route 1. nnd nights, for which I paid Mm, nnd oaoh night ho slept In adjoining room Miss Ruth Crenshaw, of Union City, from mo. I had all tho chance nny was tho guest of Mrs. Archer Uoogh- man should want to make an escape. cr a few days last week. Whou wo got ready to start to Hick(Fresh) man I asked Undo Jo lo plenfto not Albert Jones, of tho Cnyco neighhandcuff mo. that I would hlro tho borhood, is the father of a fine baby Chief of Pollco to como with him. boy, born Saturday morning. tho Chief of Police nbu begged him Miss Marino Brown returned Friand told him he would bo tvsponsl-biday from n visit with relatives nt for mo. When wo got to tho Stato Line, Shuck Switch and Union train I bgod him 'again not to put City. them on mo. Ho spoko In a high wny that ho was going to put thorn Tho Clinton Water and Light on mo. I was grieved and almost Is putting In an Ice plant, and driven mad from tho persecution of 'this summer Clinton peoplo will get people nnd gave way to my feelings their Ico much cheaper. and told tlwni when they put them Miss Loulso Cannon, who has been on mo tuey would oo it iy main visiting Miss fionnlo Carpenter for strength. I struck Undo Joo with ray fist, for which I am very sorry several weeks, returned to her homo in Como, Miss., Sunday. and havo bogged him to forgive mo. ' I had nothing on earth against tho Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Hagan and old man oicvpt his revengeful spirit Ilttlo son havo returned to Mounds, and the way ho has treated mo lnc Ills., after n visit to Mrs. Hagan nnd I havo been In hi caro. daughtor, Mrs. Ella Honderson. As to tho fact of setting flro to tho bed clothing, tho bed In cell If haroni skirts aro to follow hobwhero I am when put In wns very ble skirts, will somo good brothor dirty, the bed olothlng was very dirty plcaso rlso and tell us how long It nnd thoy all stunk from filth. I askwill be until wo aro forced to give td Undo Joo to let roc have a ImhI 'om our britches? The handsomest and most serviceable low-price- d machine and I would pay for It and ho would Tho Adams county, Ohio, grand Jur on the market The equal, for all practical use, of any not allow mo that privilege. I stood Machine made. We will put one in your house on It as long us I could bear tho filthy We are handling again the famous reported 328 moro Indictments for vote soiling. This brings tho total trial, scent nnd early In tho morning I and if not satisfactory send and get up to 2,148. Botweon 1,000 and 2,000 tore this bed up nnd put It alt out through tho door of my coll and citizens havo been disfranchised. SOLD ON INSTALLMENTS IF DESIRED stacked up nil tho planks In tho corCapt. Leo Campbell left Monday ner ami nwept and denned tho coll and night for Cairo whoro he will make out and awejii tho filth up against his future homo and take up his s tho door. Thoro was no flro In the In tho sand business there, he stove. Thoy cleaned up on tho out having chargo of tho largo tug and ildo and loft tho filth In my door. I towing business. lit a match and thought I would burn It up, having no Intention of harming G0 WILL BUY lot No. 7 iu Henry Full Nickel Plated, High Warming Closet, Galvanized rfnyono. It created a considerable Addition, if taken this month. This Reservoir, Large Size Oven, Holes, Side Feed Pouch smoko and In en mo a great crowd Made In Memphis, and sold at section Is building up faster than any with chains and handcuff, melted Burns Wood and Coal, Splendid Baker, Economical other part of Hickman, and lot 7 Is to death, to handcuff and chain mo on tho street containing tho largest awl I picked up n pleco of timber number of homes. Inqulro at this ami expected to show tbm a good office Uino doing this Job. An to tho prbv Also, French Rye and Graham, comes onsr escaping from Uncle Joo nt FulTho marriago of L. J. Allen, of Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. ton whilo wo had our llttlo round, It Union City, nnd Miss Dolla Gertrudo Is untrue. Tho prisoner simply walk-V- l Raroer, of Moscow, took place at the off from him at fjlbbs, whllo wnlt-Inhomo of tho brido on Wednesday, jss'bbbbbbbS fll rHEwnii. ' nL. I ' jLaBBBBBBV SPH for tho train. As to tho officers tho 1st Inst., Rov. J. R. Hodges, tho .DBbbkKbBsw-bbbbbbbbb- W of Fulton giving mo n wklo berth, not local minister, officiating. The brido We are Licensed Dealers for the was for somo time a saleslady with a slnglo one of them over In their llfo said a word to me. They nro all & Son, general merchants J. T. Llttlo IPIbbwIbbbbbbbbH' - jbbbbbbbbVbbbbbbbft my personal friends. I never paid at Moscow, and a young lady of a flno In tho city In my llfo, I never splendid accomplishments. Mr. Allen hnd an officer In Fulton to call mo went to Union City from Halls and down or corroct mo In my llfo. And engaged thcro In tho Insurhas been there Is not n man In Fulton will ance business for somo time. nay and twi tho truth that I over An effort is being mado by tho citroisou irouuio wim nny ono In my llfo. Now my dear frlond, I am horo izens of Lako county, near Rldgeley, 'Ttt JC , 4VVr .,.... - -, , T t ""S. .bbMbbbbObbAbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV kV confined, powurlc. I dont know and somo of tho peoplo residing In who you are, I havo no right to tho NinUi district of Obion county, to A system which extends from ConJinlgo you to bo anytldng but a high havo tho legislature pass a bill which necticut to Louisiana, and by which would cut off tho Ninth district of toned gontlomnn of tho firs water, but you havo douo mo an Injustice we get the finest of Oysters just as Obion county and add It to Lake Buch statements as thnt In croated county. It Is not thought by tho mathey come from the beds, shucked jority oi those residing in tho Ninth to create hot blooded sontltnont n gainst mo which would make It hard and packed In containers SEALED district that the bill will be passed, a on mo. Thoro Is but fow perfect men they claim that a largo majority of UP and sent direct to us and guaranIn this country; wo all havo our short tho citizens aro opposed to Its pas.i- -' teed, with no water, Ice, preservative sage. Tho scheme Is to securo this comings and faults. I for ono have XfrrMitk' bbbbbbUi Y ? fallings and faults thnt I liato myself territory and then make an effort to or adulterant of any kind, Ice being move tho county seat of Iako county when I do wrong. I am Jut as nor-t- y packed around the containers only. from TJptonvIlle to Rldgely. for It ns tho other fellow Is. I nm condemned but not convicted nor nov-i- r will bo, all I ask for U tho truth. We Get Them I am not afraid of facts in my caso fi man Is supposed to bo innocent un- Fresh Every Week Hl proven guilty nnd In entitled to tho benefit of all doubts. COUNTS only, which means, Large, Now, my dear frlond, If you want Fat Oysters. to troat mo right nnd I havo no doubt but what you do, you will A Pure Food, Natural Flavor and that statement nnd glvo mo tho We offer this as the very best Low Priced Range that is made. This range benefit of Justice, which I hnvo con- Freshness Guaranteed. is handsome in appearance and o( nice finish throughout. Its baking fldonco in believing you will. If you like Oysters you will Yours rospt., qualities are unsurpassed. We thoroughly guarantee it. If you are think be pleased with the Sealshlpt It. L. CARTER. ing of buying a range it will pay you to inves-igat- c this. Ellison Bros. February 18th Green Beans Green Peas The Honeymoon Full Ball Bearing: mnn-agonio- Tomatoes Beets Sewing Machine Radishes Green Onions Lettuce , un-tru- o, A M House Broom Florida Oranges Flor. Grape Fruit Malaga Grapes Cranberries Wine Saps Com-ipan- y SET TUMBLERS 15c Double WW f Newtown Pip'ns Danish Cabbage Roaster Ark. Blacks Sweet Potatoes Cal. Celery $25.00 - $60 TOWELS thnt arc worth dbl. the price, Turkish Bnth, Muck nnd Honeycomb, blenched nnd it Shaker unbleached 10c Ju-tic- Quaker Bread The Regal Pointer Steel Range 6 Mrs. Pott Pattern Sad Irons 3 irons, cold handle nnd Bland HUHn 80a Meat Saw 5c and 10c CZZZ3P" 25c White Curtain Poles and Rods g jfBBEnfR'fc' i Seal Shipt Oyster 10c ISSA Cloth Brush System T-- "-' ,- BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBateki 10c Hair Brush 10c Cuspidors HLifl...H $25.00 MttH TTH or Spittoons 944 Black Japanned 5c Nickel Alarm Clocks cer-talp- ly Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Spc. Jit Courier OfIce. See samples. J ro-tra- 05 Cents. System. WILL SELL ON INSTALLMENTS IF DESIRED Tigor brand overalls and Jumpers at Sullivan Bros. Cumberland and Home Phone. Ellison Bros. That was a flno moving picture show Monday night Slnco tho first of tho yenr tlnro havo been fourteen children born In this vicinity nlno whito nnd flvo col ored .Of theso nlno aro boys. m DINNER PAILS 25 Cents Ellison Bros. ML. Ellison Bros, - Jttfer A 5bafts of All Styles for at Cost or Less Romance of Progress. ii ii I," n t JAMES WATT And tho series of Accidents that changed all history lOno of tlx InlrreatliiK nrtlclra written for Tho lllckiimn Courier. iKin't fnll to rciul It) ...Men and Youths.., Now (Going assiBEsiaagfaiaiajaiaajaiafBisjasrajaiasH An Kngllsh nobleman, Imprisoned In tho Tower of London on a political chnrgo In tho latter part of tho seventeenth" contury, noticed ono cold dny that when be clamped down too tightly tho lid of a watcr-kottlon bis cell stove, the lid would sooner or Mater fly off. Tho prisoner, marquis or Worcester, had much tlmo on his hands. Ho foil to studying out a reason for theso explosions In time ho hnd figured out their reason. Tho heat of tho stove boiled tho water In tho kottlo. The boiling generated a vapor, known ns steam. This vapor was so powerful In lu expansion that It forced Its way out of tho narrow confines of tho kcttlo and pervnded the room. Experiments later proved that steam would All 1,642 times the spaco occupied by the water which had formed it It. was a now forco, a now and tremendous power, of which tho world at largo was wholly Tho marquis made many experiments along his subject. And tho fnmo of thonl reached tho ears of Capt Savory, a military engineer. Savory, Boon nfter hoarlng of Worcester's theory, was one day sitting In a tavern. He had Just finished drinking a bottlo of wlna. Ho tossed tho bottlo with Its few remntnlng drops of liquid Into tho opon Ore. Presently whnt was left of tho wine began to Issuo from tho mouth of tho bottle In tho form of steam. Savory snatched up tho bottlo and thrust Its neck Into a pall of cold water that stood close by Water rushod up Into tho bottlo almost filling It. This phenomenon set Savery to thinking. Ho mado experiments and. In 1698, took out a patent for a dcvlco for "Raising water and occasioning motion to all sorts of mill work by tho impellent forco of Are" In other words ho mado tho first practical application of steam power to mechanical uso and, by following out tho Idea evolved by tho bottlo In the tav- Savery'. Odd Dla- - ern ho con8tructC(1 covery. a cnl(j0 en. gtno or pump for taking wator out of mines. To this raising of water by pressure bo Joined the principle of procuring, by condensation, a vacuum. This was later improved on by a steam engine In which (through tho vacuum mado by condensation) a piston, or plunger, was forced. Savory's Idea was taken up by Thomas an English mechanic, a year or two later Nowcomen mado an engine In which steam was let Into a cjlctader from below, a piston above bolng thus driven up In such a way (fastened to It by a that a pump-robalance arm) was forcod downward. A Tacuum was formed by pouring cold wator Into tho condensing cylinder, tho atmospborelc pressuro form without drawing tho piston down Into tho cylinder. Dy this action tho pump-ro- d was forced upward. A prlmltlvo affair, and wofully Incomplete. Yet It pavod tho way for the groatost lnvontlon and progress-promottho world has over known tho modern steam engine. At about this tlmo James Watt, a young Scotch mechanic, was picking up a scanty enough living as Instrument-maker for Glasgow university. A model of tho Nowcomoa engine was sent to him to bo repaired. Every one had looked on that englno as ltttlo short of miraculous. It hnd been as the highest posslblo type of machinery. Watt did not agree with this Idea. Ho was oven so audacious as to declare the engine faulty and Incomplete, and to Dguro out Improvements for It. Tho first and grnvost fault, ho found, was tho necessity for alternately heating and cooling the cylinder, In respectively admitting nnd condensing the Btonm. The lotting In of steam and tho subsoquont cutting off of communication with the boiler whllo tho steam was condensed Involved n grcnt loss of time and steam. Tho romody came to Watt as an Inspiration. Why not do away with all this delay by condensing tho steam In somo othor vessel than the cylinThen the condensation der ItsoltT tompcraturo could Struggle with n,way8 bo koptlow Poverty. nnd tho cyllnder always bo kept hot Ho put tho idea into oxccutlon. Then ho added an air pump, to maintain the vacuum, and othor Improvements on the original. Now that tho work was dono nnd tho modern condonslng Btcam englno completed, Watt sought to put It on tho mnrkot Rut horo fresh mlsfortuno awaited him. No ono would take up his lnvontlon. Countless millions of dollars lay In Its futuro, but no one could soo that It had any special practical value. Tho making of his model had consumed so much tlmo nnd that Watt was penniless and In dobt Thon followed tho long period of poverty and hopelossncss thnt Is tho portion of bo many progress-ma-kors- . chanco-dlscov-cred fM . By helping you to save something I 1 , i i ', rm ma r worth while on a medium weight suit, we are helping ourselves to clear decks for Spring goods which will begin to come in about next week. If you have never worn the noted H il-.- J I 1 ",' "PECK" CLOTHING ' i I 'I 15.00 to 16.50 Winter Suits, now -- this is your opportunity to test it at little cost. Try it. 18.50 to 1 w. J I I . M r 1 -- jg 7 20.00 Winter Suits, now 12.50 18.00 J.7.UU WM ....-- . XZ.UU Winter Suits, now ii , winter trousers uuc to jl.jj unuer price. FINE LINE OF Clothes are a big asset The well dressed man ii ni," is the man who has the best opportunities. By all means get the best without it costing you the most Get something attractive something' that fits and something GOOD Spring Neckties, Shirts, Low Shoes gm that the swellest dressers in the country are wearing. In r other words, get INTERNATIONAL Tailoring. Nothing compares with it in the whole country. Made-to-Measure i. i 5? i BALTZER & DODDS D. G. CO. INCORPORATED HOW TO PICKLEJ-IGS' Millet & Alexander i New-come- n, We Kentuckians. Romance and poetry havo been delighted to weave garlands with which to colebrato nnd perpctuato tho glory of tho blue grass in Old Kentucky, famed for its fine horses, beautiful women and mint, Kentucky has been designated ns tho homo of the mint Julep, and Its colonels have becorrio famous all over tho world for tho easy and graceful way In which they drink whisky with a llttlo dash of sugar and a sprig or two of mint In order, chiefly, to overcome tho necessity for a largo amount of water In tho beverage. Tho truo Kentuck-l.i- n doesn't want his whisky drowned. Dont fnll to seo Curllny low prices. Prices nro murdered at Curlln's. Garrigan. Will Harmon and family spent day with Mrs. Molllo Walker. Sun- 1 FEET. Ollie Put One Over, How to Wear Your The Tho father of Homer Haynes, died homo near Reel foot IJako this nfntv In Sneed. week, of "Molsannt says that tho fnstor o Holeproof box positively guaranteed aoroplano fllos tho safer It Is." thought Thnt was Just what Iyour A now pair frco If you "wear a holo father about mysolf when 1 askod In thoni In six months. Sullivan, Uros Xor your(hand last night." All kinds of weather Is predicted MIbs Frnnkyo Penvler, of Thrco for tho noxt 10 days rain, enow nnd States, 1b horo visiting Mlas Cooll I Seo tho Wurdorod Pricoa. a general mlxturo. Vunw- Jordon Hmnsford, nn omployo of the Mongol Ilox Co., In tho peeling room had tho tnlsfortuno Monday, hllo peeling a log, to npllt his foot "Pen with nn nxo. Ho Is reported tm Rotting along very well. Dirtetiont For Preparing a Chtap and Palatable Winter Dlth. Tho tnembora of tho stato mnclilno Ii ili.'ii of the feet, iwrntH) nnd on tho Democratic Hxocutlvo Commit-ic- e i txiiutilj. mmIi for tlirco hour got scared when Olllo Jamen said i writer mill scrub ngntn. Plnco ho was going lo run for governor i inm kettle ulili two tnMcupoon- . McCrenry. They had rather will nml water In cover nnd iit uently for four hour or until Jaiuei was In tho Soitato than Govi r iW In tho liquor In which, they ernor of Kentucky. Some of tho Mc li-i- l Who ii cold Kick In n Crenry pnpers In thin cm! of tho lor with n good plcklo mado In 8tnte claim that McCrwiry Influunco 'iili'iivlnu proportion f two ipuirtM elder lncgnr nllow--' Induced tho cominlttco to Include tho Thoy 'i' rt of the liquor In which tho Senatorial rnco In tho primary. i i were ixiUitl, n iluun clove, a nro exactly right but McCrwtry'a In'i iirul uiuniniil mitt nml n dozen fluence was used only whim ho Baw nml put a layer of Hint If James announcnl for Gov' i fcimini t In tint Jnr nml over thorn plnco ernor that ho would stand no chance fi u slices of onion. Tlirn ndd more of running Ahead of tho Klrtit District fii't nml more onion. When nil Is our man f. fwt nru In cover with tho hot Congressman. James would bo dofor If ! kle nnd set nwny to cool. Leno- - tho Sunato but what ho wnt Governor of Kontucky for irnl days lieforv using. Tor broiling, wlno tho fist dry. split onu term? Tho machine Is nfrald of end. iwn tho middle, season with unit but-in- - him. roll In olho oil or melted Iil-c- r tln'ii U bniid or cracker crunibs nod hroll over a clear fire, nllowinir f ur minutes for each wide. Servo with A Prodigious Wall. in. o plqunnto or on piece of toast ThflM town that Jlitn't ahow up wait. with n iiinrter cup mnllro d'hotel but-Oh hour them na thr louilty yotl. "Wo wouM not t aoroly vpiimJ. r spread over them. Another excelour autiurtxi otineietir lent wny to prepare Uiein In to dip In 1UJ o all IkiMit. then fry In butter nnd nerve-wit- h Tho Way Out. mustard or phpianto nance. Tou say you nro Urod of your How to Clean Willow Plumes. wlfo'a domlnoorlng wnysT" To clenn willow plumes plnce them "I amJ And I nm going In thoro In n long mn nnd partly cover with and oauhllali ray poattlou as tho bead Knmiilno Do not nttempt lo shako of tho linuflo right now." In tho liquid, but plnco In the "Oocl boyl" Min nnd roll nnd rock gently back nnd "KrwlU you stand horo nnd seo forth, driving thp gnsollno from that this door doosu't got closed whllo of tho pnn to tho other. Lift I am InithoroT" gently out nnd plnco on n clean doth to dry. When dry shako In tho- Poor George. mi, nml then, when certain all tho Ooorgo It's funny how Aunt Jano linn evnM)rntcd, shako It slowplon mndo from pumpkins ly Inslnta ier n reenter to fluff the tiny grown tluithor gardon aro hotter Umn In frontK Willow plumes nro nil hand undo urn not easy to clean, nnd If tho all othoro. Unda (lato of Vansar) No, Georgo, pluiiio U an oxpcnalvo one it would It Isn't iti. all funny. If you had over crhnMi bo Initler to send It to n enough In tho matter elenner, but for tho cheaper or cnrcil to go deep you woukl find that ovon pumpkins aro half worn one tho homo cleaning will probably bo ipilto na Buccetwful If euro tomporainontal. Is taken. Tit for Tat. "What did 8crlblt say when Miss Rend tho Murdered Ad. Itaapor oakod him how bo found tho outsklrtu of lltornturo!" Kemembor nnd go tqCurlln's. "Ho wtohod to know how sho found i tho suburbs of socloty." m d no-enr thniuchout the summer, says a Pari convxpoudent. So pllnhlo are tho up lo date furs that they can be twistways. ed In The I'reii Invoman has a knack of drnpliifr her scarf around her I Kick. The ends are crossed In front nnd then thrown back otcr und allowed to hang down the back. Other furs are like two Immcnnc Moles, which meet and hung well down below tho waist nt tho back nnd end nt the hem of tho skirt In front. It comes In the long lint one of saUn worn so Fun. of tho scarf now that fur It Juat ni Important an tire-lesil- d y Mr. and Mrs. Adklns Whlpplo spent Sunday at tho homo of W. Whlpplo. Mr. and Mrs. Collins, of Hickman, spent Sunday at tho home of Ed Clark. .U i er Arthur Evans and wlfo wero tho guests of her mother, Mrs. Jake Cox, ' Sunday. Henry Glldowell and wife were tho guests of their son. Porter, near Harris Station, last week. Soveral from this neighborhood attended tho funeral of Mrs. Journey, at Antloch, Saturday. wall to hang n picture, direct It downward, so the cord or wire will not slip. As picture nre often Jolted by slamming of doors nnd tho like It Is n good Men to hang the picture face toward the wall, turn It oulwnrd nml tho loop nt the top will hold It more (Irmly Doubled wire will not slip ns easily as n slnglo wire. How to Brush the Teeth. In brushing the teeth cure should bo used lo move the brush up and down ns well as acro. tho teeth. Ilrushlng only ono way does not perfectly cleanso the teeth, nnd It has n tendency to wear grooves In tho enamel. If necessary to drlvo How to Drlvo Nails. n nsll Into the II. n. Curlln's Shoes nro tho best The Legislative Committee for this district should bo called together by Chairman Molt Aycrs to let tho com in It too tnko some action In tho matter of nominating a candldnto for Representative Tho committee, w'o bcllevo would favor holding a primary election on May 27, nnd that may ho the rent-owhy Col. Ayers has not called a meeting. Wo wnnt no more suili conventions ns thnt hold here two years ngo. Clinton Gn7ctto Illg crowd In town Saturday. of Now Albany, Ind., was hero Monday. Geo. Ij. Schulcr, C. Ii. Walker and A. P. Thurmond, of III ploy, wont to Now Madrid, Tuesday. Mrs. Will Jordan, who lias been confined to her room for several days with rheumatism, Is ablo to bo out Dubuque, la- - Furnishes Ono For the again. Pleasure of Its Inhabitants. Mrs. Arthur Evans and sister, Miss The city council of Dubuque. In, bus voted to establish n free munici- Dula Gray, were tho guests of their pal skating rink nnd coasting ground. cousin, Mrs. Stovo Stahr, at HickThe rink will be located In tho har- man, Monday. bor, which N within live tuluutoi' wnik of the bUMlneHS center of the city Tho Adklns Whlpplo and sou and Miss Ice will be kept In condition. shaed. Dot Whlpplo havo returned from flooded und free from miow. nnd tho Ark., whero they attendod will lie under supervision crowd brother-in-law- , Light will lie maintained, nnd there tho funeral of their will bo shinnies where .skitters may go Henry Lankstrc. to ndjust their slaites nnd get warm. A sqiccl'il council committee noting Prices, Prices, Prices. Willi the chief of police will havo Curlln, Curlln, Curlln. charge of the coasting ground. Sult-nbl- e hills will be selected where coasters may enjoj ihcmMivcs without danTho Supremo Court of tho United ger nnd nlwnys with proper police supervision Stttes has been called upon to o whether or not "go to h " la Novel Plan to Light Streets. profanity. Theso aro tho same words Knlghtstow-ii- , Ind.. Is trying n novel reconttly expressed by tho Democratplan to light the streets The electric ic Stato Committee, to tho people of light station Is a municipal plant, nnd Kontucky. free current for one xrch light Is furnished nil consumers who will provide nnd maintain the required lamp. Tho Mrs. Phlpps visited home folks. In dark places lictweon corners In tho Union City this week. residence districts are now mndo MUNICIPALSKATING RINK. Par-agoul- d, do-cld- I, ii ma-torl- bright Spring samples at II. E. Curlln's Al Paris spent sovoral days r nt his typhold-neumoivl- . I Jliii At last an Ironmaster, Dr. Roebuck by name, consented to finance Watt's ongtno on tho condition of rccclvlrg of tho proOtB. Watt cloat-eagerly with tho offer, and his years of hardships wero at last rewarded by prosperity and famo. To a Borlea of accidents tho steam englno Is duo. Rut, If thoso accidents had not boon solzod upon nnd usod to their best ndvantngo by monofgonlus, steam might not yot havo been utilised. Thus, Accident, plus Genius, Is credited with tho steam engine. Good morchandiso at H. E. Curlln's two-third- s at Hugh Oliver, of Memphis, timber estimator for tho Mengcl Rox Co., went to Crosno, Mo., Monday oi, business for this branch. t it I j . (I it -- Reol-foo- Lako this week. SPECIAL--: Wo havo Just received Edwin Fuqun, of Union City, wns seventy flno suits for men grey, tan hero tho latter part of last week on and brown strictly uptonow, that wo business. will sell at a sacrifice. $18 values Torrcll Sullhnn returned Wednes at ?10; ?20 values at I11.D0; $22.D0 day from n fow dayB' visit to rela values at $13.00. Como quick if jou wnnt ono. Sullivan Pros. tives In Mayflold. A 1 m i Tho Stato Farmers Institute will bo Tho population of DyersburgJ Tenn., held at Mt. Sterling, Feb. 23, 24 and 25. An Interesting program has been Is 4,149, nn iucrcaso of C03 in ten years. prepared. v i: ? ); MORRIS SHEPPARD. J. Real Estate Deals, V. KIrkland to In Fulton, $1250. Horse Thief Caught. HIS READY WIT WON PLACE H SBSSSSSSSSSSSSsPltTSt?' ! i .'I. 4 Texas Congressman Holds Two Yale Debating Prizes. 0. S. P. Henry, living five miles cast S. Jnmes, lot of Hickman had a fine maru stolon Under Prefecture In French Government Goes to Young Man With Smart Tongue. There-- Is now In tho French Cham- bor as attache of one of tho Ministerial departments n young mnn who owes his position to his natlvo smartr ness. Ho wont up to Paris with a of Introduction to a minister and was received In tho stcrcotped fash-ioHo turned up at the department dally At length tho minister noted his pertinacity and by way of saying something asked ho young man If ho would like to havo his photograph. Tho present was accepted and the) minister overwhelmed with thanks. After receiving tho photograph tho young man absonted himself altogethTwo months er from the bureau. elapsed and then there was n chanco meeting In the street. The minister smiling, asked tho suitor tho cause of his prolonKcd absonco. "Mon Dleu, monsieur le Mlnlstro." was tho reply. "I had your photograph and spoke to It, and that was enough for me" "And what did my photograph do for you? What favor?" Inquired tho mlnlstor "Oh, nothing, absolutely nothing." was the quick reply, "exactly as the original, so I know the resemblanco was perfect." Tbo next day this youth of enterprise received his appointment, and ho is said to bo named for on under prefecture. let-ton lf J 'i .ssssssssm..flsW. .$ I Jf slssssssssssssssssssssrVsBLssRassssslVmEXr ' ' 5 I IlsssssssssHsrHBsf S2 " t "V Fl'Jv BBssWIlBStsssssS HLsHssssssssssssI HimrSslsssssl ' , Vv PHOTOGRAPH STUDIO.... IS Will open about Feb. 5th, in a 1 temporary building adjoining Price's Hotel. from his barn Monday night, and Snlllo Mothoral to C. N. Simpson, landed tlio thlof In Jail yeatunlny, I3H, acres, $700. Joe Hrown, a negro who worked for Mr. Henry hut fall, and claims that C. N. Simpson to Hugh H. Simphis home Is at Jackson, Tonn., was son, 1316 acres, $400. the man who took a fancy to the Alvln Adams to F. S. Mooro, lot maru. His trail was picked up at Water Valley and later ovortaken nt East Hickman, $705. Ploree station. When arrested lie J. L. Hoborson to J. P., O. 1. and stoutly donled that ho was riding a stolen animal, but ho finally confessW. P. Lashleo. 040 acres, S000. ed, and was brought to Hlckmnn bv S J. Solf to W. T. Solf, land, $36G. Deputy Sheriff Drysdnlo. In dufnult of a $KO0 lwiul. ho will stay In Jail E B. Wade to S. CMaConnoll, lot until the May term of court. The Jordan, $50. nogro admitted that ho mado a mis-takand got tho wrong animal. His T K. nenton to Chas, Butter, 40 Intention was to get a driving animal, acres, $1400. but It had beon moved to u dlffurunt Singer Mfg. Co. has sold the follow- stall tho night before. ing land to local capitalists: Vnl Carpenter. 101 acres, $402S;" W. D. Wilson. Mayfleld. 151 ncres, $4445; I). B. Good Sermons. Wilson, 172 acres, $44S7: Goaldor GS2 acres, 1101SS; C. M. Johnson, Yates, 1C7 acres, $3353; S. L. Dodds, Dukedom, Tenn., 421 ncroB, $0752; Win. II. CIroon. S2 The Courier, COO acres, $1SS4; T. A. Illukmnn, Ky. $1C509. Dear Sirs: I am apprised that you D. H. Wilson to Jno. Cox, lot In aro publishing Pastor lUissulfa sermons. If you Inland printing his serGourloy's Addition, $200. mons this yar I shall be only too II. A. Tyler to Janle It. Smith ot glad to subserlbo for your paper. nl., lots East Hickman, $100. It Is the religious feuturo of Vul Carpontor Xo I), IJ. Wilson, CO your paper that attracts mo. Do me tlio fn or to send me sample copy acres, $1500. that has his sermon and your assur-Miami Upshnw to C. II. Harlan, 1C ano that ou propose to print them acres, $1100. for nil ot tills year and you have se J. II. Nowhouso to W. T. Hamlett, cured mo for a subscriber. I shall bt glad to hear from you soon. lo:' In Fulton, $21G0. Very truly yours, hoe Weaks et nl to W. ' 'HampE. P. HOSE J ton, Interest In land, $2C0. Sr3 'Vf0J i Make Every Dollar Worth More Than a Dollar... This store makes prices that nrc rcnl persuaders. You look at a beautiful piece of furniture, and wish you could afford to buy it. You look at our red price ng, and find that you CAN afford to buy it. Just that experience awaits you here. Wc think we can show you the Largest Stock of Furniture imxssiblc to give you nn idea of our stocks, but will say that we can furnish the home from basement to garret for cash or credit. We have j'ust added to our stock the celebrated CHARTER OAK line of stoves and ranges. Nothing better and reasonably priced. Let us show you our line in any department before you buy. to be found in this section of riety to suit Jill tastes. It is the state, with va- OCULIST'S Theory NEW DISCOVERY of Process of Vision fl Changed as Result of Series of Experiments. A new discovery with regard to the phenomena of the sense of slltht has been announced by Dr F W Kdrldgo. Oreen, an eminent English authority In visual research He has found by sn Interesting series of experiments and tests that tho process of vision Is not the simple transmission by the optic nerve to the brain of objects photographed upon tho retina. The new discovery la languago amounts to this: In front of the retina there la a small chamber or sac of clear liquid which is In con-- ' stant motion of currents or eddies. Dr. Green finds that this liquid Itself contains distinct perceptive nerve power which plnys nn important part in conveying Impressions to to it brain. In other words, this wonderful fluid contains liquid nerves, so to speak, which transmit to tho understanding s considerable part of tho Imprvsslon it receives of color, form, otc 1 First Class work only. We make Chas. Noonon to W. J. Flolds, 73 anything from a hand painted brooch acres, $5520.93. to a life size portrait In water color O. L. Collins to Ed Parhara, lot In or oil. A complete line of the latest Henry Addition, $75. cards and mounts has been ordered Dora M. Smith, to E. G. Ovorby and will arrive In a few days. Dur- and C. L. Wilson, lot 1S3 East Hlok- ing time studio is being constructed man, $226. am prepared to do all kinds of work Alonzo Lumpklns to D. portraits at your home, flash pic- 200" acres laud for 120 J.acrus Wrathor. land In tures of Interiors and groups at night Arkansas and $3,000. Leave orders, phone or write. II. O. BrasfloW to Uoy P. Olark, 30 acres, $1 and other considerations. J. MADISON Trade at Home. Tho Courier has the finest lino of 1912 cnlondar samplos that will be stun In Hickman, now ready for your Inspection. Patronize the horns man end save salesman's expenses of 25 por cont. Calondars suitable for all linos of biwlnew; so thorn at our office, or our representative will cull nt your plara of business. But buy at home. ST. LOUIS FURNISHING CO. VV. E. ALLEN, Manager. The Best Advertisement PULLEN Present office First stairway west of acres, Post Office, third room Lock Box 117. Q. IJ. Terrett to D. $420. 11. Wilson, 3C Glub Organized. 9 Llnnlo Smalllno to W. M. Cruco, acres, $270. News From Cayce. J. W. Ward to Henry Buford, lota Henry Addition, $225. Jno. R. McGohco 32 & acres, $1500. to S. A. This Is to announce tho of Hickman's first social club. state that nar!. tho proposition has boontoontliiiHlastl-cali- It Is Indeed gratifying y taken up by our buslnoss men Mrs. Mary Barber begun her school E. W. Stevlnfion to T. A. Jonei, nnd Its consummation is now nn ashere Monday. lot Fulton, $97C. sured faoL Several of our boys went to Union Tho name of this orgnnlxaUon is Mrs. Ima Georgo to Bubo Moore. City Monday. Sans Soucl, which In Itself Is nulll lot East Hickman, $50. wioundus. It will bo composed of fifMr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Pcwltt went Mlnnlo Collins to E. A. Mayflold, ty members, to Fulton Thursday. who will contribute $10 land, $350. ns ntranoo fee. This $500 will bo W. A. Edmlston was In Hickman D. U, Wilson, to R. O. Jackson, 50 used to fit up tho club's home In first on business Tuesday. clnsti stylo. Thoy havo already aracres, $800. ranged for quarters containing 400 Sam Johnson went to SL Louis Casslo Thomas to Mattio Ilannon, squnro foot of floor space. Tuesday where ho has a position. lot West Hickman. $42. It Is almost needloss to say thnt Mrs. Allco Browdor, of near FulJno. Cox to E. G. Ovorby, lot Gour-le- y Hlckmnn has neoded for many years ton, visited relatives hero Tuesday. Addition, $100. an organization of this kind. It benMrs. Vera Bradley, of Columbus, efits are manifold. W. J. Harry to Oco Harris and A. visited her mother Saturday and SunA mooting will bo held this afterE. Kennedy,, building ' Old Hickday. noon to ofect officers and otherwise man, $2720. jtorfect tho organization. Wade Powell, of Oakton, visited H. J. G. .Keys to Jim Wilson, lots In Let tho good work go Oil. Hums and othor rolaUves first ot East Hlckmnn, $350. the week. O. B. Bond, Trustee, to C. T. Lobsters Washed Ashore In Storm. Dr. and Mrs. Wright attonded tho lot in Bond's Addition. $150. During tho recent storm, which was t Jiicral of tho former's brothor, Uev. tho worst that has swept the New liarnlo Wright, Friday. C. T. Bondurant to E. IUco and Brunswick coast in a numbor ot years, Q. Lattn, lot' West Hickman, $150. thousands of lobstors of all sizes havo A birthday dinner was given Sun- S. day at tho homo of Mr. Georgo John-- , W. D. Morgan to It. Williams, lot been washed ashore on tho North Beach at Rexton. For a dlstanco of son, all brothers being present. Fulton, $1500. sovoral hundred yards a reef was formed on the shoro of J. E. Johnston to W. h. Brown. 13 Including an immonse nil sorts of fish, quantity of rock W. J. Cook is on the sick list. $12,-11lots and 10 acres East Hickman, eels as well as lobstors, which fish- Dr. II. E. Pratlier and II. T. Buale srtaon say are moro than all tho traps aro in Nashville. T. S. Moonoy to Kllzaboth V. Case, would secure in a season. Thousands of birds of the soa wore lots Old Hlckmnn, $1050. on the beach eating tho soft part of D. B. Wilson to W. U Brown, 119 the lobsters and leaving only tho claws, Circuit Court. which wero strown about In all di acres, $10,100. Although thoro have been rections. many sovoro storms here in the past, Hcttlo Solf to II. O. Matson, 7 Itady Lcora Baby vs. Willie Baby. no ono recalls an event of this kind. $1000. A. groat many have visited tho Divorce. beach W. Chlsenhall vs. Southern Wood II. A. Tyler to J. T. Plummer, two to watch tho gulls and other birds ravenously enjoying tho feast for them. Supply Co. Suit on Judgment. The lots East Hickman, $150. Journal plaintiff obtained a Judgment ngalnst Harry Tipton to Mann & Garanflo defendant In Mississippi county. Mo., Laud & Lumber Co., Interest In lnnd, for $376.80, and believes that the v has property In this county. $2500. Xj33.XT3!I Possibly the most enjoyable affair Geo. Fleltz to T. S. Moonoy, lots of tho kind this season, was tho bull West Hickman, $500. last' night at tbo Barry Hall, given G. M. Polsgrovo to J. A. Asbell. 3D by Mrs. A. M. Tyler In honor of her -- ATsisters, Misses Mattio Bell and Vir- acres, $1400. ginia Shumate, of Nowborn, Tonn. C. I. I lagan to J. M. Solf, land near The guests were Invited for from 8 Bradley & Parham's Hickman, $3200. to 12, and they all enjoyed tho danc-o- j so much that they stayed tho limit L. W. Burton to G. It. Crcedle, Basket leaves every Music was furnished by tlio East 141 ncres, $3000. Tuesday afternoon Hickman String Band. Punch was Bon-duran- t, a Take Kaiser to Task. Emperor William of Germany is In receipt of a singular petition forwarded to Berlin by tho Passaic (N. J.) Society for tbo Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. It calls attention to tbo fact that "in tho fine equestrian statue of your majesty erected at tho entrance to tho now railway brldgo at Cologne tho tall of the horvo is docked." The petition sets forth that "your majesty Is no doubt aware that the docking ot the horso's tall constitutes ono of tho worst cruelties practiced on a dumb beast" It adds "In our humblo opinion It would b a mlstaXo to leave tho statuo In Its present form A boautlful long tall might bo put In tho place of tho stump. Such an alteration would not only add much to tho beauty ot tho statuo, but would also stop advorso criUclsm regarding your majesty's leeiings lowaru a numano cause. The emperor has not yet replied to tho petition. Old Timber Stronger Than New Which is tho stronger, a ploco of sound old timber or a ploco of now? Wo think It probable that tho majority of cnglneors would say that tho new Umber was tbo stronger. In either caso, howevor, tho opinions would bo mere guesswork, for thoro has been hitherto, so far as wo rocall. no authentic Information on this point. This lack Is now supplied In a paper by Mr. C. P. Buchanan, In which ha shows as n result of careful tests, that sound tlmbor a quarter ot a century old Is materially strongor than new stock Mr. Buchanan's tests wero mado on white plno, but thoro is no renson to supposo that oak, hard plno or any other wood commonly used In building would bebavo differently. It Is fair to concludo that all wood maintains its strength, except ns decay weakens It or firo nnd mechanical abrasion destroy It. Engineering News. Ever Written... mmmmwMMmmmmmmmmammmmm "'Be it ever so bumble There's no place like home, No doubt originated the idea of a juilding and Loan ib'n We've rounded out Twcnty-on- e years. We've built more homes than any institution of the kind in the country. We've conducted our business with comparatively little expense. We've been conservative in making loans, nnd sustained few losses. We've helped the fellow that trid to help himself. We've confined our business to Fulton county. We've proven the compatibility of our plan. We've, by existence, shown the stability of our institution. We've published our statements to the world. We've held our meetings regularly. We've had our books audited semi-annually. THEREFORE in view of nil this we wish to announce that the books for the present series will close on Thursday, Feb. 16th, and if you wish to take stock with us we shall be pleased to enroll your name on or ' ftMAE LAUNDRY Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, dpc. Jit Courier Office. See samples. AAA before that date. Hickman Building" & Loan Ass'n. TOM DILLON, Secretary. carved. Remember and go to Curlin's. If goods dont suit nnd prices dont suit, dont buy. Hlckmnn Furniture Co. Best Work Lowest Prices ) tvvmww fi. Jno. Pyle, was carried to Nashville, Dr. W. W. Ilollowny, yesterday, In caro of Dr. C. W. Curlln og0 70 yours to bo operated on for somo chronic Hod at his homo In Union City, Mon ailment of tho stomach. Mrs. Koberia day how beon In bad health for somo time Ed L. Wyutt, n Mayflold niorcliant, and her many frlendu hopo that she died of smallpox Tuesday. Mrs 0. W. noborts, mother of Assistant Cashier of tho Hlrkmaii Bank, lll be benefitted by this final atop 25 4mp.i vr- - ?'' jr-"-' Dr.J.O.Stubbs DENTIST UdrJr IlitlldUo, err llfvtard' Store I'bonc No, 91 Aiserttslnptsthe THE HieKMHN Team thai Pulls tae Commercial Wapan up the mil at Success. The CaurieUas eURIER. Grease the Rxles A BLUE MARK HEBE m ana that yonr nab orlptton bin 'expired Ileii8w promptly If you want the pa pe r to comn to you nfter thin mon.h . i :1 H u a Spankin' Goad Team. at Your Ulagon, Old Man, end Let's Hitch Up WHOLE NO. VOLUME ftl NO. O'BIIBT TAPER IN WE8TEUN KENTOOIT II HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, MME. CURIE. 1911. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1HOO 2041 r Letter from Syria DY A. S Telephone Meeting. All stockhotdcrH and parties Interested In the Dyersburg Hoad Tele'I phone Co., nro requested to meet at UrowiiBvllle, Saturday morning at 0 o'clock, for the purpose ot electing offluers for tho ensuing year, and oilier Important bualnoss. T. II. Morrow, proBldont. Four New Houses, Contractor J. H. Provow will Btart work tills week on threo now residences for M. B. Shaw. Two of these will bo In tho Honry Addition V. and ono In Gourley's Addition. A. Dodds Is furnishing tho matorlal. Mr. l'rovow Is nlso orectlng a four room resldonco on Mongol La no for I'rof. U. K. Gabby. Kodak supplies at Holm & Gome To Hickman. Saturday' Fulton Leader says: "Tho peoplo In tho vicinity of woro so badly frightened Friday by an airship or some kind of aerial maehlnu that they havo not yet recovered according to Uio Mayfield Tho people up thoro ought to visit a llvo city llko Fulton occasionally, got in contact with Uio big outor world and got those "backwoods" Idoas out ot their heads:'' It strikes the Courlor that It hasn't beon ovor ono "moon" slnco n well known Fulton preacher was greatly oxorclscd ovor tho strango maneuvers of a common blplano passing over that olty. Gontlcmen, run down to Hickman nnd tako a look at tho doublo-barrelc- d quintesenco of uptodatoncss, where Uie second at leas hand stores soil rubber-neck-s than cost to folks who haven't seen tho latest. Come down boUi of you. May-Hol- It ' DARKETT i ' Women of Pnrlt Demand She Do Honored by Institute of France. Drouie ami Arabs, who inhabit the mount and plain of lloiinm. Knrnk. any IliuHKjn. Zarka, Ilelka and Tnfl-l- . Jan. 7, 1!)U. all of which are well lutown to Bpcor & Sexton, Mwira. I'arta .nlfeli. Hut nil part of Uieao Hlckmau, Ky U. 8. A. trlbva wwr acnttered all over tin. Friends: ulrlea. Hamy Uaalin dkln't think It I aiu eoiuowhnl usbaiued far niK M Deeeamry to leave loo much i.(, any tooner, but u hment forre to rwlo awl oorttrol all thi- -, any iruwlluK alnoa 1 wrote last, dlffereHt ami uuedticau-- tril a -. h. " oino of your reader Ilk to -- u... nim uiauiiHt.- awuy, a Krwil of lay whervubouia and a Utile cniwtf of ttioM wlhl Araba IUi soin-oOm- - DrwiM .i. this old country, will say that who ran awny frtnn four moru menUte to spend their country and Joined the Arabs :ii tutu Mill fur our oW luiute raw up on a bunch of aohlUrs ami tut gnu country which we loag and killed them all. after jj nrnT day. Wit expect to bm which gamy llaana lnforin.nl all the llethluhcm, Mount Ourmol aUllona all oTer Syria to mii.j 4( i ifciuuutcUH nt the opening ot the oace to a certain inMnt vere tho As soon aa thvy k fc.anon, u trlii which wlU uki Uwl4 urerwIM. , u month to complete. A hut tckm Utetr deatltmUon everythliw d uf relative and friends will waa (fMivUHl down I aside of koMra. Martial la-liie crowd, which will be owu- waa declar ti u( AuierM.an. Myiiami, Uracil- - ed all over the IMnt of Byrla ami ami Italian. m you see lit It len't known what will lm done with a wilt represent lour great eoun- - bead of the Uoabl ralaera mid the i am rvuly to writo you week- - lenders of the rebellion, den. Samy sent, and la Mill sendlnn, a w.iboul full. Wo aru nut lag aw- u y weather, It luun't rained here kirsw WJHtlmr ot eoldlem all over the lorty day, the farmer, tu stel to imtber artHlery by force. . iik for want of miu, and they There Is owe talk of martini law r it don't ruin pretty won u Udtn; deelared In Datnascus ami Itel-ru- t aUo. Sway Ilaah gnve oath not i no Mill will o un band m no dependence of the to leave the atute until ha clean It sjwui.t iu this ouwatry m nltlM of everything Umt dlalurba the iieo-pl- e Ih any way. 1 think he Is the f ami otliitr grains, but ery lit- Kraateai Ketwral the Turk lab Rovern-mhnt now worth twice hi lorn . ever had. He la a descendant i'll liWH IU II H In HtckttMM, . ry thing eh iti proportMMi. of the Araba who Inhnhlt IkHtgdad j 'iy ituiv dettand far labor ex- - I will write you ajpdn the remit of . in I Jin I.Ik ciUee. ThW com wry the rebellion In Syria. i.i.ii- - luai, iron, gold ami otfcur Uiehmbtedly everbody enjoyed tun Uuiti uy other country in fine. The miopia here no not w oi id but Uib Turkman govern- celebrate It aa muali aa we do In i wont IK) null any to touch them Hairier la the moat Imixirt-nn- t .. if Uiiy own the land, tho gov- holiday In Syria. I bounht Uie t.l the right to all children a Rood many Xmaa thlnts ii.oruu l do wlh and pray but were not satisfied as they did , nuo Uuy Uil llUlu and great net look as hoo1 to them na the pres-enti.j iitry will bo governed by Un- they lwd last Xmaa year, but It ,a nun the world will sen liovr was the beat we couM do. Xmaa i r u Mi MMt will bvcoiuu. Day I longed for n case of old liny- ner. but wo have plenty of Arack. the ifj uajtiurn lurt of tb auto very beat Krade, worth $1 n ftallon. wiuiii u talleU JuImiI, MouhI UrauM, I will lirlr home ten gallona aa I .j ii 'uiMud by a trHn of infople hid clve everyUly a drink. w.iu nJiglon la kain ocri nmoiiK I wish to ask you to publish In the Li to ba im and duul blt i. uu' any control at all. Tliuy utart Courier, If you know anythuiK about ton., trouble with tb offlcor of Uia old M(t UarketL Wonder Is he Is kj ifiiiioni wry oftun. Tht old gov- - still living, aa I haven't heard from r.n i,t during tbu day of Abdul him In six months. I auptoo ho la iia.utd, didn't ptiuUU tbm for tlia too busy to write. t,a bultau and lit adrbtar uitad to It la a pretty day over here and ' ( barrtdtt aftar barrl full of I bet It la either snowing, hallliiR or u but lb I now oo&ttUtuUonul Kr- - raining In llkkmau Uila very day. I iint, for Uio first tlin. bar suppose all the farmers are done pick 3J- a lltUo niovo ngatmit Uiui. ing ootton ami gathering corn an they unt CO.OOO soldltrs uitdur the had two month ot pretty weather. . .loas ol. cutioral, Satnp liMbal Kl 1 hope that everybody had a Kod ) Jouky, wlio overwhelmed that sac- - hueiaeee and Uis fanners had plenty n from ono ildo to tin other In of money. m than twenty da)s, aftar which Will you planus toll friend Al fttrls asuoHsctl Uio ico;ilo, rcordl Uw tons of coal to burn right to send me flvo wo i.d and forced thu nion of tha have none nt till Uils winter ns jvi c to aorvo In thu army. At once place, and otinrcoal Is very high, and two or Uiroo thousand young men wood (he highest ot nil. fcouml aiMl atroiiK. wurt Holten P I will write aaln soon. I haven't ii.d acnt to OajiniBous to go Into wr-Mi-f weeks, county aeata received the Courier for two Tounded four how l'leaae mall It to me every week. with ono manumrrlfcat, Balhorwl up U kinds of nrtlllory from on oh and Until I see you ognln, I nm, ry jienton Uiat itossoisHl any. Your friend, A. 8. MAIIKBTT by the Tho country U Inhabited Judlodlt, Margeon, Syria, Turkey. d, Mes-songo- r. it )ar Quit borrowing tho Courier. Xoxt Tuosday Is Valentino day. Ellison's Albort Cnpps and Jim Wiley wore Miss Marlndn Wilson, of St. Louis, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Alloo In Union City, Monday . Wlleon. and family. Fulton County farmors beflnn break The offlakil sohool calendar snys lug corn ground last week. L. M. the final Inatnlmout of stxite per capi- (Nick) Carter, of near town, started tho ball rolling. ta is due Satutrday. Snru Wilson Is building a now resiMULKS KOIt SAJ.E: I havo eight good work mulea that I will sell at dence on his farm In tho Gravos n roosonnblo price for cash or good School district. It will be occupied note. W. A. Dodds, Hickman, Ky. by Jonesy Ilurton. u. - - f )ae r of-ne- CQaBBBBBBBKBeaBata) C i' , g BV: 1 j lna tf( ur i- -in i The time has come You know we clothing men like to h k 1 start , n . a new season with a f resh, new stock ; and in order to do it, we have to sell out as clean as we can, all the stock left from the previous season. We're getting to the point now when we're looking foward to spring; we have to look a great deal farther forward than you do, of course, if we're to be ready with spring goods when you are backward; to gather together what we have on hand of fall and winter goods and dispose of them. These clothes are mostly those made for us by ' '! i V A part of our forward-lookin- g is to look ; j U- - Hart Schaffner & Marx i Brother of Jefferies, It Ih llttlo known that Hickman can bo;uit of lmvliiK mi (i cltUun a hulf .No ono would bo lend to uipict lilm mi rctatwl to IllK Jl" " la n unlet man of small bIiUhiv 'iil lienra not tho fulntot trace of nlthouith ho nays ho has hul ninny u boyish romp and ttunwl WjMi bin noted nt their rly homo near lizlnKton, Mo. Rv- n the Courier roportar wiw not Roared while wo lntervloweil him; wo knew hu wnn ti ponaiblo fnrinur. Ho u nono other tluin J. It. Joffurles, of two inllcA below town. J- and that means they're as good now as they were at first ; a year from now ; but the point is, we haven't sold them now ; and we want to; now. So we offer you choice of our entire stock of Hart Schaffner & that they'll be good , i I .' T. li otlur of tho Krcat puelllRt. ffcrli-- Janu-- s Marx suits and overcoats, worth from $20.00 to $25.00, for 18.50 suits and overcoats for 12.50 1 . 12.50 suits and overcoats for 8.50 1 balC-brotlio- r, 5.00 suits and overcoats for 10.50 BoysA 0.00 suits and overcoats for 1 -- 7.50 $v Clothing 1 -- 5 off. Straight Pant Suits 2 off. Kodaks, ?1 up. Holm & KIHboii. W A. DoddH was In Union City Monday, wlioru ho took n bunch or fine muloa loft Sum lay night for St. Loula mnrltotn to Vu' "ow Hauls for tho Cash Store. E. It. Ellison Mio Trospcctlvo llonrdor Hut I can't see you how n loan dog con signify that keep a good tablo. Why, It's plain ns dnyllght. nolghbor. You soo, wo allow tho boarders to oat so much that thoro nro no scraps loft for tho dog. The Dread She Made. Bhn was a cook from Cookvillo. Anil her husband oft dlnplnycd III prido In hor becauso her bread Was not like mother mado. sMITH & AMBERG ,r ' r J ., t T T Sullivan nnd Ilu rnlo Hnghos Sunday but motored to Mnyfleld they didn't motor back Allpuday. ill vfy!; -- -- - --r- p' iJPHPIf WH 't' 'yfWjl" UI ' It m EVERYTHING GUARANTEED ONE PRICE TO ALL MURD RED Prices FRIDAY, ! Prices ! February 10th to SATURDAY the 18th Below you will find some of the most remarkable items with prices too low for you to even try to deny yourself of the pleasure of buying some. Our object in making these prices is that the season for this kind of merchandise is drawing near and we do not wish to carry over anything. This store is composed of new merchandise and we want to keep it new, so come and share a part of this big feast. Sweaters, brown, gray, green, red, oxfords and all kinds. My price was 75c, now Wright Health Underwear that sold for $1, now All 50c underwear now Some odds and ends in Boys Undershirts that sold for 50c, to close out will go at Odds and ends in Hats of all kinds, worth up to $3, to be closed out at y PRICES 50c .85c 45c 10c 50c Overcoats just a few double texture overcoats, and they are absolutely waterproof, pric.es $10, and they must be closed out at 6.50 A few Whipcord suits, regular price $10, to be closed out at 0.00 Edwin Clapp Shoes, A. E. Ncttlcton fine shoes, the Brown Shoes and Full Vamp Shoes. Our stock is composed of four different and also four of the best lines in the whole country, and you will find just what you want if you will and sec same QUALITY OUR MOTTO Wool Shirts, and they must go 1.50 wool shirts, now 2.00 wool shirts, now 75c Jersey shirts, now We want to clean up our Hat Department for Spring comings and new things. hats hats hats This price 2.00 2.50 3.00 now. now now.. .1 1.50 2.00 .2.50 J J includes all that we have, and you can find anything you want here to please you. Caps, all 50c caps now 4:5c Some odds and ends in pants. We have 111 pairs ot pants that was bought at a big bargain and they are worth up to 3.50, your choice now for.. 1.00 A few Whipcord Pants, regular price 2.50, now 2.00 1.25 1.50 50c Royal Tailored Suits You can see more samples ,at H. E. Curlins than you can see at nil the rest of the houses in town put together, and we will take great pleasure in showing you same. A word about Spring clothing. a big lot of small sizes and we want to sell them, they arc worth up to $10, end must be closed out, so we offer them at 1.00 Coats .'. Overshoes The season being late of course we want to close out the line, and are very willing to sacrifice prices, so you will save money as these prices are below house cost. 1,00 all rubber overshoes now 90c . 1.25 Jersey overshoes now 1.10 1.50 Jersey buckle overshoes now 1.25 3.00 all rubber, snag proof, Goodyear glove brand, just seven pair left, now 2.50 We have arranged so that you can never miss the money that you put into a suit when bought here. Put your order in early and then just pay $1 or $2 a week, or what ever you would like to pay, and keep that up and you will have a nice tailored suit, cut and made to your measure and fit like you want it, and then you wont have to take the suit like the other fellow wanted to make for you. hand-me-dow- n These suits arc made by THE ROYAL TAILORS OF NEW YORK AND CHICAGO See the new styles and cuts that we are showing at present. REMEMBER THE PLACE H . E. CURLIN'S For everything, and for the Low Priced Merchandise of the Season's Best Goods. ONE PRICE TO ALL EVERYTHING GUARANTEED w;5r,,,r,r" ANNOUNCEMENTS. nro authorised to announce 8. A. NOU.MAN, Mi) (it Id. iu ft candidate for Btnto from tho district compoH.d of ountU'H of Grnvos, Fulton and an subject to tho action of the 11 Ic Primary Election, on Mny n UNCLE SAM r vx x it ,, nro nuthorUon to anuounco V, A. FltOST, v. i!ko, ft cnnilliluto for tho Statu '. from tho illHtrlct composed counties of Fulton, lllckmaii subject to tho notion of i iii.noH, Primary Election on Ikuifrf-rntlc tMmkhfeAAHfiNE flVMfimo a Bl K Naifeh Has Blaze. Flro was discovered In Nnlfoh Dros. storo about 8 o'clock Thursday nfBht, by Itob. Daugherty. Ho turned d in an alarm and tho flro was before It had gained much headway. Its origin Is unknown, but It U supposed to havo caught' from a lighted clgnretto being dropped- on tho back door sill and fanned under tho door by wind. Tho damage la estimated by tho firm at $2,000, by reason of smoko In tho dry gooda room. i, ,if oxtln-guUho- te ti ( i nl !m vV iv st? .v 3 f V- - W7KY j-- i S AT P s 1 ZZJL1 I Our Ollie Wins. V cx-On- from LotilavlllM Saturday U tho meeting of the Kn Ntnte Democratic Kxwutlw f'.i Congressman Ollle Jnm' i .'dtkiim In hla contention that .1 SdUcrt aonnlnr should .t i by tho DiiiikhtiUb In tinfor state of i whlih won ', Ural body ut tliolr liiHt iihx-- i Pir ot Htood It to 3 In fntor iiiluiK tho Bitntorlnl nomlita- tliv prlmnry. Tht dal wna May 27 noxt. l - AGENT WANTED: Tho West Ten nesneo Monument Co., Union City, will mako liberal terms with energetic gent to ascll marble. West Tennessee Monument Co., Union City, 4tc Tonn. Contract for supplying United States Regular Army Marching Shoe Co., St Louis, the Shoes awarded to Friedman-Shelb- y Original "All Leather" Shoemakers, in competition with all shoe manufacturers of America. Leather" insoles buys, Uncle Sam insists on havinc "AH shoes. R, R. Contract Let. 1 : Ml ' st If you want to be sure that you pet "All Leather" Shoes, like the U. look for the "AH S. Government trade-mar- He will accept no substitutes for leather. leather-board You cannot fool him with Leather" k or paper counters, or wooden heels. ANjSllfj mirk l tki rrlrlnu Iktlki Mm O.. tki Orktul "lliUttkrr tkMBikcri." whenever you buy a pair of shoes for men, women or children. You will find it on the bottom of the shoe, on the in- iiii understood last night Owl uiitttH! would rofumi to ruOOH- Iu quotation, but whbn IVM it from Ik till loiifcrwMiimn good leather in every part of the shoe, and he cot He insists on and landldate far tho l)tn- ub material nomination, wlth- i mu Ihw rnco lMt Might, It k own thai thoti Cwntrmmm .. M tOllltMII(IntlHX UHiWlNg , riior' mcv and oolawquawlly xuuv couimltuj aoottd 10 manda, IoavIim; forma UM1 II. MeOrsary s Senator J rum appnrvnlly n dear fluid. flit tho Democratic l(tdw, iv handled lh affair ttf th i, 111.' ikim Willi otit flalarlH. u (juandnry. "W- "Original All Leather Shoemakers" to make the best the all Tk inlt side top facing or on the box in which shoe of the shoes are sold. This is your insurance that the shoes are made of good, honest leather all through. 'The U. S. Regular Army Marching Shoe." This is the Shoe that Uncle Sam Bought It is now oh sale in our Store PRICE $4.00 A PAIR 'I"ho U. S. Regular Army Marching Shoe is the best shoe V Join! - Mill rwftnk-- i In th- - n mxl a U4W for i fur urriKr ha A U tar apj thit can be made for men wanting good appearance, solid and an unlimited amount of hard uear. It is made by the Original "All Leather" Shoemakers of dark tan Norwegian veal, on a roomy last, Hlucher cut, Bellows tongue, Goodyear welt, with a heav single sole of old fashioned bark tanned leather and with solid leather insole, heel and counter. It is the most comfortable and best looking shoe for hard wear ever made. It will stand up under the Tho 8ponotln rootball. rwulor. Iinro you over ob- tho bk" nl iirra who n football ongnmo, atdollnca. tho stands T "j Ihr !"- n rH of watnrlln which float fntlo -- tlmo to tlmo durinjc ft lull In occuimtlon 'borusha mndly Mr to tho Hold and sumo t husky player thoapowtt. Vltr tr.U tho bucket. iwl shores It Into hla mouth ana aquefltna drink fmm It Then ho thrown It whlloj Wk Into iho bucket. Onrm In ftspongo ho ntUni tho buokoli nnd' tho full to tho ground Occasionally tomojono Is knocked out. lhin his foTomW brow Is cooled toy tho aamo aponsjo. Ia us not go further Into dotall. tut If you watch I tho uporfgo you will rrMIio all tho moroUo horror of tho Trx-- i ;r,irot tin dar hardest service that you can give it. Uncle Sam is critical. He buys in the best markets. He can bring to his instant service the best shoe manufacturers of all the world. He Eot the Fnedman-Shelb- y Shoe Co., the original "All Leather" Shoemakers, to make for him the best shot which he buys the U. S. Regular Army Marching Shoe. Hu it and try it. It is good enough for Uncle Sam, and you will uy it is good enough for you. MLscWf M:l Sv The contract for tho building of the now lino of tho N. C. & St. L. railroad, beginning at Hickman Switch, In East Hickman, running south of town and terminating In West Hickman, was let Saturday to Pat Hrady, tho contractor who Is Just finishing tho railroad's portion of tho West Hickman lovee. Mr. Brady received four more cars of mules Monday to put on tho Job, togothor with those bo had hero already. Tills makes a total of 120 , head. Tho work Is to begin tills week and must be finished May 31. Contractors say It will take every minute of 90 days to do tho work under favorable circumstances. In tho east part of town, tho sur-vo- y calls for a level on an avorago of 13 feet, and as tho track must go high enough to clear Uie wagon roads will possibly be twenty foot. Wo understand a brklgo will bo built over Troy road. In tho west part of town, tho wagon road will mako the usual crossing. Tho old track leading out on tho ' north sldo of town has been In bad shape for some time, and tho traveling public will bo delighted to know 'that It Is to bo abandoned. Gas In tho stomnch or bowels Is a dlsagrceablo symptom of a torpid liver. To get rid of It quickly tako HERBINE. It Is a marvelous liver stimulant and bowel purifier. Prlco noc. Sold bv Hickman Drug Co. G : f '0 i FTJQTJA, HELM & CO, rtEW PROBLEM OF Marriage Licenses i Tho following wero granted Hcenso lo marry In Obion county last week: Roy Cannon and Lena Rose. B. Brown and Willie Ownby. J. S. Hudson and Inez Carpenter. i i M DEFENSE isxno. M AT RANDOM Read Russell's lost pago. sermons M on tho X Th Need of Education. rtvT Jesse Gray and Mary Miller. Elbert McCullough andAHco Noah. C. Pritchard and Hattio Deaton. Helm & Ellison sells Ferry's gar den seeds. If prices and quality will gut your trado, wo aro it. Hickman Furniture Company. Our 25c coffeo la equal to any you ever bought at 35 to 40c Bottcrs-wort- h & t lftTB Prathcr. thorouRh musical rduwxttonT nut, mamma, wtiy Bhwild I put n no much Umo pmrUBl:B?" My denr chlVd. hov will you over know how to run n nvohanlcnl piano player proporiy lfjyou do nothavo a -- man who was always trying to bet a can of oysters? What has becomo of tho K'm-'fyfu- r ". r. fi1 )' X T TVTir Tho Posfcy vMoth. aw th moth nf n'Meh wrhynv .Rpond all tho mrry mirani,r Um Jlnin In rrllnK Jojroulr-- br And nYcr nt your wonvout OitnaT As a Laatirteaort. Although hla proposal fully worded and nlinont onnvwciim In Ita onrnoHtnoBS. tlwi atr maiden turnod tho cold shouldnr to Mm. hnd no effect But this nubtr-rfng;ior tho young mnn was nvwROtarlan krf pronouncod vlowu. Thon, with porno asperity, thornir (damsel told him to'"Oo toigrnns! Thin, of course, ho imdoxutood. ana wlthoutn-toantlnf- f looold not nrguo nBftlnBtylt principle. hla " well-know- wna beauti r' f$g;vlfM'vw ., Canal from Aeroplane Will They Fortify the Panama Take Hint preacrlpllon to Halm Klllson. A Scoro nnotlier one for Justice. Jury ha deduatl that a Now York ,lollnrt ,sn l man wlio necessarily Iiihoiw. & Tav Attack T j Caps-a-Cold , this morn to that you referred inlwnya to th lanjrola as hiwlng nnmry wings." tho poultry Irakw to tho paotor. "Tea," luurwcro ' tho pnatxjr. "I am kCted you wero ImproDBod." m "Woll lot mo toll yxm somothlng, "You can't aayn tho poultry rnior. dlf-f- r. Judgo by plumago. oJona TantoB For mysolf I prof or ttho Plymouth nock, tho Huff Cochin widttha BSao Spanish as being hardln" MEN nnd WOMEN, noil guaranteed hoso, 70 pur cent profit, Mako $10 a ' Tnotlcod Tho Fancier. In yourirwrmon Get rid of thnt spring cold. will broak It. Holm & Ellison. tl 'll" es and other particulars concerning or to tho Beginners tltlo o tho commltteo Big Boll Seed. - tho i... win If nosslblo. bo ordor-4tp, icu. OZIEU, Corinth, Mlsa. investigate Wear Proof, 3038 Chest- uruiiiiu, od for him. 1APr nut St., PhHadolphta, la. day. Fun or part time. Ozler-BussoJ-- of library As consldarnblo ren.llnj; being lno I" IHokinnn. It lwoks Is h will bo of Internal to know thnt hundred books Is being list of five COTTON SEED FOH PLANTING If any one mnde out at U.o Library. Wrlto for papers giving pricthe SALE: desiring a special book will send Senntor Payntor's defonso of Iorl-me- r Isn't boosting thu Greonup counstock much down ty man's wny. this Tho Gov. Wilson so much talked about now as a national figure Is Govomor of Now Jersey, not of Kentucky. Ours Is a national Joko. Tho Impression Is growing among tho Frankfort politicians thnt Judgo Womon talk loss In Fobruary than Hickman Lodgo No. 761, F. & A. E. T. O'ltear will bo tho Republican in any other month, because it has M., will moot in regular communication noxt Monday night at 7:30. Vis nominee for Govornor. days. only twonty-olgh- t iting brothers cordially Invited. C. O. Schlonkor says that a man A Hlckmanlto obsorvos that when II. N. COWGILL, Master. greater than Luther Burbank has In- the pay Ih $9 a weok it is a Job; A. E. KENNEDY, Secy. that will not when tho compensation is $2C, it Is a vented a collar-butt- on roll when dropped, but will Ho Just position. Work In M. M. degree whoro It falls. Honry Romloy nnd his mothor, Mrs. Thursday was ground hog dny, and II. F. Roborts, of Hlokmun, have been Iho posky HUlo varmint saw his tho guostn of J. II. FUluir's family shadow. So according to tho old bu- - near Columbus, this weok. Clinton norstltlnllH bolluf thcro will bo six Gazette wookB moro of bad weather. It was announced Monday from Hapays her Govornor $12,000 vana that the work of raising the Illinois Those who seek petfec- tion in siherware in- a year, tho highest of any State In bnttloshlp Malno must stop In a few nriab1y choose folks, tho Union, and ho may bo worth It. dnys becnusu tho spoons aim lancy servIs exhausted. Secretary Dlckin Wo hand our governor $G,ri0O, and he ing pieces stamped with son states that $300,000 additional would bo overpaid at ?Cr.0. the renowned trade matk will bo needed. No. 100 Will sell on easy terms residence on Troy avo. . Flro on last Wednosday night about a nlco Big lot, concrete walks, cistern, etc 12:30 o'clock destroyed the residence ROGERS BR0S.ii Plnco can bo had for $100 less thnn of Clarence Owons, 2 mill's south o In quality and beauty owner paid, which wns paid before Moscow In this county, also the barn, of design, this wcro made Good rea- 200 barrels of corn nnd 15 tons of silver is unsur Improvomonts passed. Its remark sons for selling. Inquire at Courier liny belonging to Owens brothers. No able durability has Insurance on tho residence; $C00 offlco. won it trie popuiai contents. on barn nnd title "Silftr riMt J. A. D. McCurdy, an Amorlcnn thai Wears. Kentucky rural mail carriers aro to Bold by leading attompted to fly from Key dealer everywhere. Sen J for West, Fin., to Havana, Cuba. His receivo an Increase of $100 per cnlaIoKue"C-I.- ' In salary, according to a bill gasollno gavo out after ho had flown !' Iioirintr dcilfrns. eighty miles nnd ho descended to tho that was recontly passed through MfRIW D. BRIUNMA CO.. son, being hold up by pontoons. A Congress. The way of tho R. F. (lBWmttl.nI Hll.tr C.. PUMUM torpedo bait destroyer picked him ifp carrier Is often hard nnd tho public MtRIMM. C8HII. wny consuro connnd his machine-- , which wns uulnjur- - at large will In no gress for this expenditure. Leo Boyd and Eula Chonault. Albert Wobstcr and Clara Mills. Wm. Moffatt and Leo Hoelfer. Johnnio Walker and Ida Eskrldgo. Don't tako our word; try us. Hickman Furnlturo Co. Will Turner and Jcsslo Evans. W. F. Davis and Rodlo Koeler. If you want to purchaso real esDr. W. F. Richardson and Mary E. tate seo M. B. Shaw. Sharon. If goods dont suit nnd prices dont suit, dont buy. Hickman Furnlturo A nlco lino of flower seed ready Co. for your Inspection. Helm & Ellison. There or now 13 prisonors In tho Hickman Lodge 761 county Jail. Two of thorn aro chargF. & A. M. ed with murder. it I i 1- - il A w - I 10 "SifoerTlate that Wears" A $t60,000-approprln-tl- on , I .',.-- well-knov- y nn-nu- m i . a a. J v.aJWAfe-?- WELL 3U!LT MICHIGAN Main Floor May Da Used for BARN Building An Icehouse. Is nono too early to think about building an Icohouso. Ico Is a groat luxury In summer and as much or ercn mora so than In tho cities or towns. An Icohouso should bo so -- " w V -- - -- y -- r- - -- v- -- v - Hi and can't ceaso chewing it." And tho mouths of nil who becamo enslaved becamo foul, nnd they wore seized A most convenient barn boa Jnat constructed as to havo a doublo wall In theso dnys of degeneracy nnd with n violent spitting, and did spi' fteen built for a Michigan farmer. It or air spaco surrounding that por- Inck of gallantry, oory parent should een In the ladles' parlors nnd In the ground, and tho cost of If 40x72 feet and the arrangement Is tion aboro such will bo but ltttlo compared with Insist on knowing tho whereabout of house of tho Ixird of hosts, and th excellent. Tho main Door may be used tor the protection affordod. Thoro should daughters after eight o'clock at night. HHlnts of the Most High were grmi'lv also bo doublo doors. It Is not diff- Too many girls thorc nre who aro plagued thereby. icult to keep Ico In a building abovo permitted to roam the streets nt tholr And In the course of time it rnm ground if tho doublo walls aro usod own freo will at almost any time of also to pass that others snuff, d it and tho Ico securely packed. night, nnd who ultimately como ty and they wore taken suddenly witii some bail end. Wo are not croakers, 'Its, and thoy did sneeze with great ueltlur do wo believe In taking uwny and mighty sneezes, insomuch that tfce frtedom, to n reasonable degro.ee, their eyes filled with tears, and they illlllill'ltllfc,, tiom 'ho girl' and bovs. but wq.iIq did look exceedingly silly. And y. believe thoro would be fewor hoarI others cunningly wrought the leave 3VTclo THo X3oet IVTvt tl-o-- ! a lies, fewer brokon homos nnd more thtreof Into rolls, and did sot fire to purity and womanliness In tho world the end thereof, nnd did look very did every parent keep tho child off gnue and , sucking it, and the tools. A Well Planned Darn. Look after New and with your hired man aa tho stroots at unseemly hours. the Rinoko of tholr tormont ascended thrashing, and has amplo accommoda- much as you con. up fdrevor and evor. tions for hay. Why not build a farm tool houso If And tho cultivation thereof became Many an unwlso parent works hard The basomont has accommodations you havo not ono. Wc hnvc just filled our large'storc witlwt full line a groat nnd mighty business In the tho traveling agent no and lives sparingly nil his life for n Dewaro of v purpose of giving his children a good earth, and tho merchantmen wnxid of new styles of Furniture, ntmn pricc'tliat will'cn-nbl- c matter what ho sells. Ami Tilo draining must bo done right or tart In the world, as it Is called. rich by tho commorce thereof us to give you new goods nt almost your'own It aamo to pass that tho saints of the It is worso than useless. TAe3dm SAT Starting a young man out with money And Not noor enough farmers havo left by hla relatives Is like tying a Most High defiled themselves price. Wc mean just what wc say wc must sell HAY W riooft acquired tho habit of keeping books. bladder nut under lite arm of ono who en o.in tho poor, who could not buv and wc do sell good goods, and guarantee them to Treasuro ovory potato, turnip, boot, not swim. Ton to one ho loses tho shoes, nor broad, nor books for their head of cabbage, eta, for tho winter be just as wc tell you. Try us, if wc do not make bladder nnd goes to. the bottom. little ones, spent their money for It feed. wns greatly displeased and tho good, don't buy. JD5h A man who Intends to tllo drain his Teach hi m to swim nnd he wont ned I haim noon eMipa flold should study the subjoct care- the bladder. Glvo your child n good therewith and said, "Wherefore this fully. education. Sec that his morals are waste; and why do those little ones Parsnips aro Improved by freezing pure, his mind cultivated nnd his lack bread and shoes nnd books? and many prefer to leave them out all whole nature subservlont to tho laws Turn your ntteutlon to change this INCOrtPOHTKAD winter. Main Floor. govern man and you will glvo wicked ovll which litis grown up In Tho total crops of tho United Statoa that your midst lit a gospel land Turn Next Door to Post Office. ior 14 cows with feeding alleys and J this year will probably total up 9,000 what will be of moro value than the now your fields Into corn nnd wheat, thoro aro stalls for flvo horsos. There millions of dollars In value. InJIos. You )ino glun him n start b also a largo sheep born on ono sido Look after tho manuro and uso your no misfortunes oan deprive him, of. and defile not yourselves any more, manure spreader freely while tho The earlier you tench him to depend and Rod will bless you and cant..-thsmile of His countenance to shine kings roads aro In good condition. up.tn himself the better. dinner Is ample for the family, whr for Farming, to be successful, must bo on )ou." Hut with ono accord the ndil.nl gu.it? And will K snttr I conducted with as much method and I '.! : eow all exclaimed, "We onnnot cease from not for nn 3 I system as any othor business. Parable of the Tobacco Seed. J "OAK ehewtng and snuffing nnd puffin;. not the day nnd visit be more Men with the rod In tho l Thoso days can be put to good use for both hostess and guest, if nxMii are out of demand We nre skives to the evil pl.ifliie." Tea. grindstono Into scrvleo Ono of our Hickman girls hands tho in Rotting tho the fare t jdaln nnd the facus nt the ltli tenderiitt, npiHKtlliig to and sharpening up things generally. Courlor tho following with tho request table bright nd fresh, not wenrfol Instincts nnd the noblest Farm labor Is high and some of tho that wo publish It for tho boys to Thoro Is no greater token of re and flushed na with an added burden sons, are the seboolmnstera hours of winter months can bo spent road, and that reading It thoy may soect nnd InttUad of an added pleasure? Can affection than Invitation to to no better ndvantago than planning foi. The gentle woman has'foui enter the ronl heart and home lift we not learn to offer ourselves economy of farm labor for next sea- be inndo wise horuby. Mince benlde the genUe timn fur Thon shall tho kingdom of Satan of a family. And yot how- seldom do eerdy ami stmidy. Just m nre. In ctIhuiUoh son. of the centle child Farm labor economy consists in re- be likened unto a grain of tobacco we offer ourselves the relaxation awl our everyday clothes ami manners, to serving as much time in certain sea- seod, which, though exceedingly small our neighbors the pleasure of such those who eome to H. I sorlnt In The Basement. . Atiy y X Moore, wife ami tU son for things that must be dono and being cast Into the ground, grow and an Invitation! Is n guest cowing? lerroupie be frank and frequent and ler. retnrnetl from a visit became a great plant, and spread its Straightway wo set to work to clenn friendly. Ijti M We turnout and with Ave windows, giving ample light con bo dono only then. Tho cowpeas must bo cut and re- leaves rank and broad, so that vile nnd ventilation. HMd fin house from garret to cellar; we cook awl camtuoms In iwr I)r II A Hoyail. nt Villa Itldg. The bridge Is water tight and af- moved In sumcfcnt time for thorough worms formed a habitation thereon and bake and stew and fuss and sigh dully Uvea, so when the friend rutwi fords a good wagon shod for both preparation before tho seed est tho And It came to pass In tho course and work as though some terrible c he will find ttc HtHroubtod nnd serene. next crop are to be sown. liummar and winter. of timo that tho sons of men looked lnnilty woro about to befall us. In- a we always arw. randy to Rood thought, the story, th. Pay cash and save money on your upon it and thought it beautiful. To stead or that which should bo the I'hone VEGETARI.FS--A' A. H. Loot, tho popular dairyman. coal bills. A. A. Farls. make them look big and manly tho most delightful anticipation, the vUH laiHtli. and to give UUn our erv PRODUCE Is ablo to resume his duties, after lads put forth their hands and did of a friend. If tho house is clean sehes In return, our best in coiiv r being laid up with a crippled limb for FOR SALE: Good Clover hay. J. chow thereof: and unmo It tnadn nick nnd fair enough for our nearest nnd sation. and nppreetetlon. ami that w!l' C II. M00KC FRUITS 4tp. and others to vomit most fllthll I dearest, why not for our six weeks. P. Thomas, UFD i. If make the humblest dinner a friend ing and Hat Accommodation! for Hay Animals In Basement. Thread It And it further cnino to pass that thoy who chewed It becamo weak and un manly, nnd said: "Wo are enslaved Bygj cnlf-llko- FURNITURE nr HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Is ' u - gen-win- e he reo-u.-th- e t t V JOHN DEERE KINGMAN.. We are over These are the heaviest and strongest Cutters on the market. loaded on them and will quote price of 25.00 CAS- Hcomplete with Doubletrees and Neckyoke. Substantially this is the best offer ever made on this grade of Cutter. They wont last long at this price. h u: Hickman Hardware Company INCOItPOItATED Ml fh JUAREZ OVER BUTTLE PRISON IMPROVEMENTS. In FATHER G!VESUP COLLAPSE. HOPE IN Coming Our Way. In- i i New Dlnlng-Roo- Tl cluded and New Chapel the Plans. E 8IRE OF MI88INQ Belief HEIRESS IS NEVER NEARER INSURGENTS FEDERAL TROOPS THAN ONE MILE CITY IS SAFE. Is Qalnlng Ground That May Yet Be Found In She I I I 1 8anltarlum. worry and anxloty over tho strange dlnnppoarance of his daughter. Dor. othy Arnold, Francis It. Arnold, tho wealthy purfuruo Importer, oollnpsed aud physicians wero called. Tho has suffered a nervous breakfa-th- Now York, Pub. 7. As a result of I REMEMBER The Great li NO FEAR OF ATTACK NOW Navarro, with his GOO sea- RICH, HE QUITS MINISTRY n.-cterans. who drove Orotco out of the district. Is far more of a iiwn-'- i to Oroiro than tho handful of Centralis (III.) Pastor Will Become Director of Large Corpoorly armed ami badly disciplined poration. tr - pa who now bold tho alty on tho I we run do. 0 Contrnlla, III., Fu. 7. Ilov. H. It Is now believed the rvbola IJooth Haiun, pnator of tho First Ilaiv to tho south and east of thtl church, oo of this city's moat 'urri. threatening to attack the city promtnout ministers, resigned and In a "short tlmo, are merely a per-t'oho wus going to leave tlu of Ormro'a forces loft behind to ministry and live In Sharon, Pa., dixnlvo Itabago. Tho main body of whero his , B. F tho Oroiro anny. military men here bod loft him an estate of $100,-00- 0 iilrve. Is hurrylntt south to oinbush and a reAl cslnto business. Sarro Kev. Mr. Hazen also becomes a diIt Is generally accepted that Orco-f-- o rector In tho United States Knglneer-ln- g by his policy of lomporlztng. and Manufacturing company of 'r her through fear or for aomo rittJiburg. iirauem, lost his chance of capturing Jaure without svrlous bloodshed. RILEY DECLARED BEHER Plans t Harass. Thero aro fow persona hero who Members of Indiana Poet's Family Deny He Has Suffered a 8econd bellora Orotco will try wain. ltather. Stroke of Paralysis. It Is thmiRht, he will Inflict as much damage on tho foderala as pomlble Indianapolis, Ind., Fob. 7. The and then reappear at some point left thnt Jamca Whltcomb Illley, tho unguarded by tho frantic moromunl uotod Indiana poet, had suffered a of reinforcements to Jaurot. ocond porolytlo stroko wan denied at Tho most rccont fighting waa of tho Members cf his romlc opera variety. At no tlmo were bis homo hero. the Insurroctoa dosor to tho fodcral household declared ho was unusually lines than a mllo. Thoro waa plenty weJL ".Mr. Riley la gottlruc bettor ovory of shooting, but the bullets tor the most part simply ullrrod up tho dust. day" was the statement given out. It waa not until after nightfall that Ohio Furniture Dealers Convene. fVIonol Ilabogo movod Under cover Columbus, Oh Fb. 7. I'rwddeut I). of tho darknosa be got his horses out orcf the box cars and thon forced hla F. Kerr thla afternoon called to der the annual convontlon of tho Ohio way through tho robel lines. Retail Furnlturo Dealers association Revolution Furious In Chihuahua. and Introduced to tho largo assent-blag- u and mayor of Columbus, Gcorgo WaaMngton, FVb. 7. Mexican aro In powiesslon of tho S. Marshall, who welcomed tho mom-bor- s thon to tho city. Mr. town of San Ignnclo, situated oppohis address, and tho rest of site Fort Hancock. Tox. Thla Information wns received at tho afternoon waa dovoted to the of ofllctvs. This ovonlng thoro the slate dopnrtmont In a telegram will U n banquet at tho Chlltcndon from Cludad Porllrlo Dim. which tho speukura will bo Tho consul nl Monterey telegraphed hotol, at MoKlnnoy of tbo Columbus that tho revolution waa growing moro Wnlter D. commorco, O I. Christlo of furious In tho state of Chihuahua and chambor of Purdue university and Bdward F. part of Sonera. Trefx of Chicago. Tho convention will adjourn Thursday afternoon. Pray for Seattle Mayor's Recall. Frisco Train Derailed. Seattle, Wash., Fob. 7. At a union, Nettlcton, Miss., Fob. 7. SL Louis prayer meeting delegations from all the churches In Uio city, under tho & San Frnnclsco train No. C, southauspices of tho Ministerial aisocla- - bound, waa derailed throo mllea north Uon, prayed for the recall of Mayon of Nettloton, but with the oxcepOon Hiram C QUI and tho election of Ova of a negro porter nono of thoao on nUle Sprmdln W Dllllng .the IMbllc Welfare caudl board wa lnJun-- 1 wero declared rosiMnslblo. 4U, at Tuesday's election. n fathi-r-ln-laStom-bauRhro-po- rt iff Tho family haa given up all hopo of seeing Dorothy nllvo, but the attorDorder devolution Furious neys for the family nro still actlvoly In Chihuahua. onguged In tho search. Attorney Frauds II. Qarvan left horo on iom mystorlous mlwdon In F3 Paso, Tx., Feb. 7. Jaurez re- connection with tho enso. It was ruIn I ho hnnds of tho federals, mored that ho was looking up what mains appeared to bo a good clow who hnvo bvnn rdiiforced by tho man A report Hint tho girl was In a sanif Colonel Itnhaco'a command Tin nnolutlonlsts unilur Oonernl itarium near Now York cltv or Phlla. ipuco however, arc In bottw rendl-':.- dolphla was denlod by John V Arnold, though tho belief Is steadily for fighting thnn nl nny tlmo raining they started northwnnl r Thty sho will ground In pollco circles that ultimately bo found In a hosiuvr cnptuml most of thn munitions pital. hi h wiro deittlncd by Itnbago for ue In holding tho city ponding the nr RETRIAL OF CASE vnl of Navarro's command from ASKS irrrora nml which woro nhandoued by ilio federal commander when hit Mlse Leneve Wants Property Willed to Her by Murderer Crlppen, troop wero couiMlld to fight thtrfr way fhnniRh thn ratal Who Was Hanned. lino from v..' he ten mile south of Jnure. London, Fob, 7. A retrial of tho by These nru supplies Iwdly caao of I)r II. II. Crlpiicn, recently ihrv rtbtds Thiy aro reported to hanged for tho murder of his wlfo, rebels Th(y nro reported to waa demanded by counsel for Miss and large uanlltls of rifle Itthel Claro Uinuvo, who la seeklnv This lost a "Rodtt-nd.- " tho ii tirotro's tHtn had used mot of pen. property willed to her by Crlpspan bull In tho attumpt to MIm lawyers contend Ivcnovo's be Id tho Ilalingo forctts In the amoll it nonr Itauiho. whore tholr train of Crlppen's conviction was on such hearsay ovldenco that It should 17 cars wer derailed. liavo no legal atntua In tho probato CMy fVfe, U Dellef. court TtkO probato Judgo took tho Jsurr, howovw. U bdlcd to bo (olnt urultrr ndvlaomom Delief Obtains That Orozco's Main Force li Not Even Near Texss down. I I Frankfort. Convicts In tho Frankfort penitentiary aro to havo a new dining-roowhero negroes and whites will bo separated and whero tho sanitary arrangements can bo looked after bettor. Tho prison commission Is working on plans and If It does not cost too much to mako tho changes that aro contemplated they will bo undorway within tho next fow weeks. Uy changing spaco tho dining-roowill bo made for a largo cnnpcl, In which Ilov. Wnlter Vreoland tho prison chaplain, can talk to the entlro convict body at ono tlmo, something not possible now. Is Back of tbo present dining-rooa building nowcr than any of tho othors used by tho Co. Tho company wants to move. This would leavo one building vacant, and tho commission wants to convert this Into dining-roomwill bo convertTho old dining-rooed Into a chapel. It will bo large enough to scat 1,500, and will accommodate all the convicts at ono tlmo. y Nothing succeeds like succcssl Tho efforts of tho live wires of Hickman are not In vain. Wo aro clinching tho good things ono after another. The latest enterprise to be launch ed In Hickman Is a wholesale grocery bouse, with $25,000 already sub- scribed. It might sound better to you If wo should tell you that $5,000 Cf this capital comes from Trenton, Tenn. Tho outside world has faith in our future. This now concern is being promot ed by three well known traveling salesmen, and is already an assured fact. Tbo gontlomen Inform us that they will begin business not later thau Juno 1, 1911. For various reasons, we cannot glvo further particulars now, but will do so later. i ' t 1 i' '0 .1 I -M ii ! ti l i Progressive Citizens. 3 , WANT DISTRICT DIVIDED. In fact everyone theso days, seeks to save time and the telephone 1 tho greatest tlmcsaver that haa over been Invented. It ia Instantaneous. Vou can send and receive your message at the same time. It brings distant cities and towns within your reach almost Instantly. It connects you locally with everyone of prominence. If you havo not a telephone of the Cumberland Telephono & Telegraph Company, call our manager Immediately for rates and information. If you use tho Bell service you are in the center of the entire Bell system, connecting with over five million telephones and every lmporatnt dty and town In the United States. Cumberland Telephone & Telegrapl Company, Incorporated. ad I I I I (f- is still going at I ndd In-i- In-it- fuqua, HELM & CO. 'rir pal-iwb- I I I Frankfort. Stato officials having business In tho Franklin circuit court, whero nearly all suits to test acts of tho legislature aro tried, will glvo their Indorsement of a bill to bo offered at tho next legislature dividing the Judicial district of which this county is a part. Tho business of tho court hero is so largo that a judgo who has throo other counties can not hopo to keep tho docket clear. It Is proposed to mako a now district which will havo only Franklin and ono other county, probably Woodford, In It. FOR A NATIONAL Bill PARK. I r . ) Introduced to Make Mammoth Cave a National Reservation. iuernl 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 arc as high as yourc Let us meet on n common plane of good faith and business courtesies, viewed in the broadest light. You have not a legitimate banking need that wc cannot successfully meet and to your complete satisfaction. Investigate. We pay 3 on Saving Deposits. HICKMAN BANK W C RfCD, Cashier JNO PUC, Asst Cnthicr 4 Manure Conserves Moisture. manuro lncroascs tho capacity of tho soil; and Instead of dumping tho manuro In somo conronlont, place, or leaving in tho yard to or to rot tho structures against which It Is bo frequently pllod, tho f armor cannot only savo o money, but at tho somo tlmo tho molsturo of his soil, by Immediately sproadlng It upon hla Holds. To got manuro onto tho fields quickly and effectively a manure Is very usoful. Darn-yarK d wator-holdInoutcf-tho-way con-sorv- Tho Leo Lino will open trade to St. Louis two weeks earlier this season that it baB any year previous. The Ferd Herold leaves Memphis at noon Friday and will reach Hickman Sunday morning enroute to St. Loula on tho opening trip. Tho open winter, no ice and tho rise In tho river is tho cause of tho early trade. Tho Ferd Herold will make a trip once a week between Memphis and SL Loula and later tho Stacker and Itees Leo will be placed In this trado as soon as business Justifies. Tho Herold will then return to the Cairo trade. Tho Stacker Is at present on the Mound City wayB recdvlng repairs. This boat was run aground last fall DIED IN THE FIRE. on a bar about 10 miles below HickLexington. Thomas Oleason, a 89' man and It was thought tho boat loon keeper, lost his life In tho dairies would bo a total loss. Tho Rees la that destroyed a portion of tho Lex- now tied up at Memphis. Tho ington Donklng and Trust building. trade will bo handled by tho Young Gleason and Edward Peel had Petors and tho Georgia Leo. Tho apartments on tho third floor of the Georgia Is expected up Saturday. building, as did Dr. Joseph .Bryan, Os ,car Ambrose, an attorney, and others. All but Gleason escaped through tho dense emoko. It Is thought ho lost his Trade at Home. way and walked Into the flames. The damage to tho building la $10,000. Cln-clnn- Frankfort. Representative Robert Thomas, Jr., of tho Third Ken lucky district, introduced a bill of tho utmost importanco to Kentucky and tho naUon, appropriating $1,000,000 for tbo purchase of Mammoth Cavo and Its approaches for use as a national park. Tho bill provides that three commissioners, under tbo supervision of tho secretary of war, but appointed from civil life, bo created as a board of maintenance, and that It shall bo the duty of this board to superintend tho park. Tho war department, through Its chief, Is given general chargo of tho purchase and control of tho Mammoth Cavo property. Mr. Thomas' bill will meet Instant approval all over Ken tucky and in many portions of tho United States. It has long been folt that the cavo should bo taken Over by tho government, so that, without cost and under proper care and maintenance, ono of tho greatest works of na ture will be acccsslblo to any ono who wishes to behold It. l oung Lee Line Traffic. m !i. J ii W I 1J ?J POWDER EXPLODES. Mlllstono Creek. The Courier has tho finest line of Patronize tho homo man ut Kt MRS. MAUD B. BOOTH. Volunteeri of America Leader Advocates Pay For Convicts. Stovo Stahr and son, Jock, hnvo returned from n Bhort stay nt Hot Springs. $$$$$$ " $ $P V P HUMAN NATVk The Wise Young Man Who puta a little In the bank every pay day always has money to buy what he wants or to o whero ho wants. Why not open an account next pay day with THE PEOPLES DANK. You'll never havo anything If you don't savo somethlnn. We do our pert Evoy year And tell you when Chrlatmns U near. And we toll you Tou ouaht to ro And do your shopping Whllo you know The Christmas stocks Are moat complete. Buy nil your gifts. Fix for each troat: In spite of all We toll you though We nro aware You do not go Until tho last Two days, or thre. To do your shopping; Nor do we. D. KEAL ESTATE for sale. Shaw. See M. 13, 14, The Taylor Stock Co., March, and 15. $ Hubbard & Konncdy, local agents for Hupp nutos, placed an ofdor this week for Immedlato delivery of four of theso celebrated enrs. Ono la tho now torpedo raodol, ono O. W. Darmon and wife, who ltato Remember, If you don't send tho Mrs. J. touring car, and two runabouts. cash with your coal order, I charge been visiting tholr daughter, tholr big doublo-pagyou 10 per cent extra for collecting. II Trivia, rotumed to tudr homo In Watch for In tho Courier, -- A. A. Frla. ,l , Martin, Saturday. u $$$$$$$ What wo Bay wo do wo do do. Hickman Furnlturo Co. Tlfo Stato capltol building of souri burned this week. Mis- f TJont forget thnt wo havo to soil goods and to sell goods wo havo to mnko prices to suit you. Hickman Furnlturo Co. exploded, probably fatally burning his 25 child. Tho fathor was also Bovorely burned about tho hood and for all lines of business; see them at our office, or our representative, will face. call at your place of business. But Lexington. James K. Patterson, Luy nt home. president omeritus of Kentucky Stato university, has received a letter from Moro residences needed. President W. A. MHHs, of Hanover Indiana, inviting him to deliver S. J. Damron, of Martin, Tenn., vis tho commencement address at that As Hanover collego ited his sister, Mrs. J. II. Travis, next Juno. Is Dr. Patterson's alma mater ho will Sunday. probably accept. Courier subscribers aro Invited to Sholbyvlllo. It was announced that call at Uiis office and get a packaga an electric lino would shortly bo built of garden seed free. from hero to Mt. Eden If tho right of Tho Daughters of tho Confederacy way !b donated to tho enterprise. Thoso who claim to know say tho lino will meet with Mrs. Jessie Dillon m will certainly bo built If tho right of Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 14th. way costs nothing. At 9:45 Sunday morning, tho Metho Sholbyvlllo. J. Hunt Hall, of Graef. dist Sunday School will observe en8borg, has been appointed deputy 'Heart Sunday" exercises and a spe fchoriff to succeed Harry Samples, who cial program. Supt. Handle promises resigned on nccount of ill health. an interesting service, aud extends a cordial Invitation to all. Drandcnburg. S. C. Lewis, who wns in chargo of tho First Stato bank at Tho appoiutmont of members of tho Kkron when it tailed about ono month Fulton County Hoard of Health, for ago, was arrested charged with em- the ensuing four years, was inndo bezzlement of tho bank's funds. Tho Inst month. Tho Board Is now comgrand Jury had indicted him on three posed of Drs. C. W. Curlln, Hickman: counts. J. M. Alcxandor, Fulton; and II. H. RULING ON INSURANCE. Prathor, Hickman. All good follows Frankfort. Insuranco Commissioner for tho place. Dell decided that tho demnnd for tha cash surrender value of an Industrial Tho N. C. & SL L. railroad com llfo Insuranco polloy by tho holder ol pany has a forco of men graveling tho policy muat bo made on the tho walks and grounds at tho depot of tho policy Just tho samo as this week. Also nutting in a short n demnn,d for a paid-usurrender lino of track down to tho river north- value. es of tho station. Now, if Ills Au gust Highness, at Martin, would Just W. A. Frost, of WIngo, candidato fix up tho park grounds donated by for Stato Senator, spent Monday here tho city to tho railroad people, all In tho Interest of his campaign. would bo wdl. col-logcol-log- o annl-orsary of blasting powdor sltUng near tho fire- Inspection. place In tho homo of Mayo Hampton and save 1912 calendar samples tbnt will bo A gallon bucket scjcn In Hickman, now ready for your salesman's expenses of per cent. Calendars sultablo i i rT ' i 'il i i iT. ft, T ii fe 'MW '' ? r m tMWrp"" "rpwwi VTT "fW wwyvsn r """giy-TA F fy nwfiyywgw'SfW'WiprW HUNT BUFFALO IN AUTOS it tho onrngcd buffalo that escaped from show fine saddle qualities. The Jack $500 and gnvo tho cluo to tho whereabouts breeds fine and large. Will takelarge-bon- e for the two. Also four pure, of tho boast thnt led to Us death. Bars Berkshire boor pigs, two months n Minneapolis dispatch to tho Now old, price $10 each. York World. Keportors ascertained In their chase Will sell the above stock reasonof tho animal that It really was n able, for either cash or good note, Amorlcan bison. In an tho reporters began tho hunt payable next fall. Address for an animal now almost oxtlnct. J. F. . S. L. DODDS CO., Even tho skeptical pcnplo of tho Hickman, Ky. country, who scoutod tho first reports by of fanners, who wcro terrorized night of tho beast, aro convinced that it really was a buffalo. Trade at Home. Early tho countrysldo was roused pind tho choso renewed. After an exciting hunt tho animal wns located In (the hoary timber a quarter of a mile The Courier has the finest lino of (from Barnoy Monlon's placo, on tho 1912 calendar samples that will be Istato road. County Attorney H. Pratt seon in Hickman, now ready for your land Leo GIddlngs loft tho automobile, inspection. Patronise the home man tho f n which they had been pursuing tlra-be- and save salesman's expenses of Ibeast, and hastily entered tho 25 per cent Calendars suitable tract On tho other sldo of tho Iwoodland Prntt mado out tho creature for all lint's or business; Bee tliuni at dashing through a field of stubble. our office, or our rt presentnllvo will Though It was n long shot, Pratt fired. cull at your place of tidiness. But This was followed by n volley from tuy nt home. Qtddlngs, and togothcr tho men hastened in tho direction of tho clearing. A trail of blood was found, and an- rather gllmpso through tho fnrthor i khlckots showod that tho nnlmnl was THERE if, HEftC hampered In his rapid flight by a jKA slight limp. Later in the day tho buf posse. falo was shot nnd killed by a Kennedy for insuranco. .Tamos J. Hill's farm 20 miles away. full-grow- n auto-mobllrt Sixty good work mules, from 3 to 8 years old, 15 to 16 hands high, In good flesh and hair; also a few good The screams of school children la a district school nevon mares; also a good Jack, 6 years old 'miles from Anoka provcntod n chnrgo 142 hands high, also good saddlo 'through a window of the building by stallion, 10 years old, all his colts Down. bar-(stead- 'nraod Bison Escaping From Jamea J. Hill's Farm la Run Aih. Mules for Sale. HICKMAN GROCERY CO. Do Your Trading Here and Save Money . . . on your Groceries Meats, etc. A child that has intestinal wonirn is handicapped In Its growth. A few CHUAM VMIIMI-FUOdoses of WIlITl-rdetroj8 and oxjhjIs the worms tho child Immediately Improvos and thriven wondorfully. rrlco 26c n bot6 There arv .1.000 Inhabitants of Glen tle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. ltlilp. N. J., but there Is no busiIn tho town, as moat ness You will savo 10 per cent by sendof tht remittents arc commuters ami ttn-in- l ilu'lr ilitjn In Now York. This ing cash with your coal order. A. A. iondliliui l often liieunvenlout. and Farls. ti t tic rvMliIwiitti mo tiikon steps to Miss I.tlllnn Johnston returned Sat(trim; 1"ivm to iliulr slUnKc. The town Inn ilit'liloil to erect a urday to Ulploy, Tenn., after n visit KiimiiMxIloUH market In n central loca- to her brother, V. A. Johnston, and tion nt ltlH,nirli'l(l avenue and Her-- i family. The Imlldlllg will be of inn sired tile roof. tl hrVI. with a red the ground Tliero FOR SALK: Hurt Oats, good seed, lloor, 61c; also somo mixed hay. W. II. vlll Ih- - h1. nturus on villi olIlriM for tho liorougli olllelnls McGohee, llouto 4, Hickman, tf nnd tin iiiiiiull clmmluT on tho second I' n ti of Hie stnreH will be 5 lloor Good Scheme. s When tho bowels become Irrvgula you nro uncomfortable nnd Uio Ion,: or UiU condition exists Uiu worse yc fool. You cut got rid of this mis. r yulckly by using UKUUINK. Take . ditto on going to bed uiiil bh) Ik fltio you feel next day. I'rlco C0i u Sold by Hickman Drug Co. White l'lyinontli Hock Chickens f, nml okki through tho s. ml no son. Mm A K. MfConnoll, Ilia 2c man, Ivy. Don't forget to renew your sub Bcrlptlon to Uio Courier. Tho paper stops when tho tlmu ia out no ex ceptlona. l'ratfs Poultry and Stock Helm & food , KllUon's. gMMMMMMMMMftllfj If You Were ; ; ; ; ; WHEN I Showing Your House to a possible buyer, the first place he would ask to see would be the bath room. Upon the plumbing there would depend lnrgcly his opinion of the whole house. Let us put you in a modern bnth room outfit. It will not cost as much as you think. It will add many times its cost to the value of the house. - MET JIM ; i ; ; w" : -- . . v ; ; ; ; ; ; :. : - IDRAMA, DUKES AND DUCATS Miss Mattlo Hancock, dressmaking, !' : : : : - Pome American Actresses Who Have Made Brilliant Matrimonial Alliances. In a list of American actresses and chorus girls who havo marled men of wealth or members of tho aristocracy the Now Idoa Woman's Magazino puts TJdlth Klngdon, now Mrs. Qeorgo Oould, first-Thcomes tho marrlogo of Oscar Xiewlshon by Edna May, and of his younger brother, Jesse, to Edna August Bolmont nnd Elonnor Ilobson are now a happy married couple, and Ethol Barrymoro, "tho most engagod on tho stage," became Colt. the brido of who married Two moro actresses rich mon are Mllllcent Wtllson, the wifa of William Randolph Hearst, and Minnie Ashley, who married William Amy Busby married As tor Chanler. Dujone Lewis, a Now York lawyor, Gladys Willis married Samuol who la at tho head of Edison's electrical enterprises In tho west, and U a very rich man. In the mattor of titles, tho American actress has proved equally Irresistible. Camilla Clifford is now the Hon, Mrs. Henry Lyndhurst Bruco, mi soma day sho will be Lady Aber-dar- e. Connie Otichrlst, Sylvia Storey tnd Roslo Boote aro now addressed fa the Counters Pouletto, the Countess of Orkney and the Marchioness of f Idfort. Anna Robinson became tho Countess of Rosslyn a few years ago, ind Era Carrlngton wedded Lord do Clifford. Frances Belmont, ono of the famous Tloradora Sextette," la now Lady Ashburton. en Russol-Oriswold east of College. FOR SALE: "" P. Thomas, RFD Cood Clover hay. J. 4. 4tp. (lourteey Amrrlcwn City, New York.) 5KW MAllKKT AT UM Jlllxlt L ; ; Pay cash and save money on your coal bills. A. A. Farls. C. Martin, of Martin, Tenn., arriv- ed here Friday to visit friends. Watch for my spring and summer lino of voolens. Schmidt tho Tailor. Standard garden seed of every description at Bettcrsworth & Prather's. Well, sir, I met J!m Dreen today Heart Cypress Hand Drawn Shin-G- . Ills hAlr la ffcttlnjc thin and Knr, Ilia eyelid have begun to droop, gles for sale. B. Hale or J. W. ,111s shoulders have a little stoop; !l hardly would have known him. No. Ward. But we were boys thla long- ago. I - by 40 fevt. and nil will tie offered at a rental that will Induce merchants to o. ui them. '1 Ms plan will carry out nn Idea, of'.'n nuffgested, but Hover cxtennlrely trle.1 .if iMivlug nil the stores In a vlllacc under ono roof. A further nil-:i i; will le that tho Kofleral of tlw town will bo onltancetl anil Hi.' market will offer a protection avnlnt the erection of unsightly struc. : Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. : : : : ; MlV,tWktM!Vi(ikl&at40l B ; ; : ; ; : tures It Let Kennedy wrlto you somo ance today. about time for another fire. insur- id In-fu- ll, When I walked up to him .And grabbed hi hand with. "Hollo, JlmP WANTED: A good cook and house Jte looked at me a long, long while emlta And smiled a girl or boy. Good wages. Referenc And said, as puzzled as could bo: es required. Mrs. R. T. Tyler, tf "Well, you have got the beet of me. TVTiy. look I FOR RENT: Front rooms to either roomers or for light housekeeping. Apply to Mrs. Knto Witting. 2tp Let's at. It's twenty yearn and more jBInco we romped at tho BChoolhouee door. jWhy. then Jim Breen was younx and plump, (And he could run and fljcht and Jump And stand all kinds of heat or cold Out eay, Jim Dreon l getting oldl Tin1 llliwtratlon gives a good Idea of tin' spposrancc of the proposeil market, ami It Uo shows tho n rendu on wlileh the stores will open. Tho build-lii)- ; will mid much to tho teauty of the village. H-M A,! tions. Both Phones Mo. 73 : TAKE NOTICE... USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS : : : : : : - ' ; : ; : : ; '; : T 4 X Y Even an aeroplane should be bought in ona's horn town if there's a dealer In tho machine there. As for ordinary, every- day things, home it the place to buy them. I : : : Miiscs Mattlo Boll and Virginia Shumate, two charming ladles of Now born, Tonn., arc visiting thoir slstor, Mrs. A. M. Tyler, and brother, C. P. Shumate. Is substantially what a friend of ours said tho othor day after his house burned and ho had no Insuranco. No use for you to talk that way; see Kennedy tho Insurance man. I iNow, who'd have iBInee long before we grew to men then thought the years since GOOD OUT OF EVIL : ' ; ; ; .Now, honestly, Jim Dreen looked strange, lie has deep wrlnklra In his cheeks shakes-lik- e lAnd his voloe when he Would have made such a striking change! peaks! :"T ,T:... Even tho Mall Order Catalogue, Taking Monoy From Town. Mae Its Utee. Tho catalogues of tho mall order houses, boyond their utility In promot- '; ; ; 8lx Quills to a Novel. The use of quill pens Is by no means confined to government ofilcos end the gentlemen who point with tbem at unhappy witnesses. A habitual writer, for Instnnco, confesses that ho novor willingly used a stool pen slnco ho was out of tho control Ho always usod cf schoolmasters. quills until tho triumphant fountain provldod him with a reasonable inbstltute, and that moro becauso of Its convenience thnn Its efilcioncy. novelists still Fveral stick to tho quill; it is, indeed, the enly writing implement with any If It is refrai'tory you can coax it The mending of a quill does rot require much practice and you can buy, for a small sum, a little ma chine that does it for you beautifully. (You may easily wrlto 15,000 words hdth ono quill, mending it four tlmos. rhich gives six quills to tho novol. o the cost of novel writing is small od In terms of quills. Tho Courior wants all tho local now in Fulton county, deaths, births, marriages, entertainments, visitors from abroad, etc., and will bo obliged if people will notify us by calling at tho offlco or telephoning a lino. No. 101 Prettiest lot in Southern Heights, If taken within tho next few days can bo bought for $475. All improvements concrcto walks, electric lights, city water works, etc. SIzo C2xl50. Good view of river, etc. Courier office. In ing the sale of merchandise of the stores wlileh Iwue them, are further .Reminding him of what a nolo In tho matter of stimulating We'd make at school when we were boys valuable wants and cresting demand for a ,And where I lived, and folks we knew of articles not found ordinarily ,And still he sold: "I don't place you." In the Htockx of loenl stores. voor Jrm! He's getting old. that's all. Merchants striving to get and keep He used to be so strong and tail. the home trailo of their towns to Without a crowfoot 'round his eyes Or gray hairs to give htm dliguUe. which they lire entitled Justly hnvo It almost moves a man to tears lieen hoard to express very favorable (To so how friends change with the opinion of the value of such catayears. logues. Inasmuch as thoy assemble in And queerest of It all U, Jim an Inlexcd volume and In detail all Sold I looked Just as strange to htm. the ordinary articles of merchandise Sold I was getting rather gray with whli'h dealers neol to stock their way, And walked In a stores nnd kIvo them nt the snmo time, .It's odd how wre makes Jim nreen All other folks the same as hel when dlnvt iiuotntlons are lacking, some Iden of nillnj? prices for unfamiliar merchandise. TOs memory is bad. I know. 3 had to talk an hour or bo ri Owing to the fact that some of our customers are dilatory in payinrj their Waler ami Llehts Accounli, which arc due and payable at our office ON OR BEFORE THE 10th of each month, re 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 collections on Main street only, between the 1st and 10th of each month, and will call but ouc.time for this account. Failure to see you does not ex empt you from the penalty of being cut off. Patties 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. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ' ' ; : ; ; ; Don't think that you will bo tho favored ono as wo will enforce tho rule regardless of excep- : : : : ' : : : Hickman Ice & CoalaCo. Incorporated J. T. DILLON, Manager : : : : H0illJ : well-know- n Wire Starts Blaze, Masoball Magnato Cantillon camo near losing his handaomo wlntor villa nt this placo Friday morning by flro. Tho blaze is thought to havo started from a tlofcotivo electric light wire, concealed in tho walls. Ills Uninugo will amount to probably $10 to J50. Tho resltlonco Is ono of tho finest In tho county. If you get a bluo mark on tho upper right hand cornor of your Courier this week, It means that your subscription has expired. Rcnow at once if you don't want tho paper por-tonall-ty Good A Half-Ce- Coin. raoney undoubtedly costs tho consumers of tho United States millions of dollars every year. Competition has tecomo so keon In business thnt producers and middlemen flguro their trices down to tho finest point. Tho dlffercnco of n half or ovon a quarter of a cent in tho cost of such things as flour, sugar and soap moans In fie nggrcgato thousands of dollars to them. And thnt fraction of a cent is a valnablo to tho buyors as to tho Hers. Tfet when a certain cloth Is dvortisod for salo at 37 conts a yard nd a woman buys throo ynrds of it. he pays $1 13, bocauso Bho ennnot hand over $1.12. With eggs nt 45 cents a dozen, sho pays 23 conts for half a dozen. Tho odd half cont goo tto tho eellor. Never does tho get tho bonoflt of It pur-ciss- The lack of tho half cont In our Drugs Good drugs mean everything stopped. because they include high grade as well as freshness. Remember that fact in having any prescription or medicinal recipe filled. All the prescribing and dispensing of your prescription is Park a Deauty Spot. Owlnu tn the perseverance of Street Commissioner Gnnzcntnullcr, Central park. In Sti Cliff. N. Y tins lteen from Its former condition of tintldlncH nnd Is fVnt assumlni; the look of nn up to date nnd pretty park. The park, which is qulto near the center of the vllncc, wns filled with deml chestnut trees when Mr. Oanzen-mutlo- r took ofllee. One of hH first official nets wns to secure permission to cut the trees down and put the lumber so obtained to pood Ufo for the village. Later on the stumps wcro attacked and removed Now tho entire park hns been leveled nnd graded. I'attm nro iM'inB laid out, nnd tho wound will be needed down to grass, nnd other things will bo planted. The Milue of the xiirroundlnK property Inis been Increased by tho chnnj;ed appcurunee of the park. ! lifpy&SS In the Full Glare of electric light we have almost daylight. There is a steady radiance in the electric light that is not seen in any other illumi-nan- t. It is the best for all lighting purposes, therefore, whether in office, store, factory or home. We install electric light plants anywhere, on short notice, and at reasonable prices. LAUNDRY -- AT "Count, weigh and measure" T J. everything you buy. After It Is J weighed don't give it away. City Foreitry Ouildlng, A forestry building is being built In Springfield. Moss., said to bo tho first of tho kind erected by any city. Its Remember, If you don't send the charge cssh with your coal order, you 10 per cent extra for collecting. A. A. Farls. I wasted unless the ingredients used in it are of the best You will find them so at Bradley & Parliam's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon COWGILL'S Best Work Lowest Prices erection was tho result of the steady Increase In tho work of 01 ty Forester Gale, who now has chargo of nbout 40,000 trees, exclusive of those In public parks nnd nlong highways on private property. Lyric Saturday night. Hickman Ice ST. t5 (Incorporated) Coal Co. Ox-- ., 3VXBX-- T. XXXjX.03Xr, . II - mwnKwx t SEVEN BREAKING JnwiffiP","Kmui," wmmmiji'n.i1 i immnfpmf );"( I A VICIOUS HABIT "Cured Neuralgia Buy Now .tea Advance 8oon. m Duslness Subdivision t j ) to $3151 Easy Tcrmsl t.on' Flno Invettmentl l N , Better Roads Hdltors Hickman Courier: Needed in Fulton County. Visitor Writes of This County no iiu octs u on uvennna inp. YEARS OF ! Morse That Has Dad Fault of Lying Head on Companion's Neck Cured by Device Shown. Pain" ( w Railroad Building In. Lino to Start Soon. New I r in 0. B. Bond's Subdivision 'A to W5 each, $10 down and a month. Houses only $000 to only J25 down and $10 a month. t r A Nrw R R. Depot to De Dullt on o Ball Ground. Llvo on the Mill i See the Trains Come In. Three of the Dest Lots In Walker's Price jthern Helflhts Addition. Terms Rloht. y Before the Dig Doom Which About to Start. Make Money. Cet a H me or Duslness Location. r D V y From RUSSELL JOHNSON or Give Them tho t OONDURANT. p if Admission and They Will the Door of Prosperity to YOU. lluaimwa called me to your thriving little olty huit week nml wtille there I hnil occasion to tnke n drive out eaat of town for sevamt mllea. I want to any without any daartre to flutter, tlmt my tyoa liurt never a mora beautiful aactliiu of country. Not Jun one or two nlo fiuina. but nil of them nrw o bentitlful that n lnnd seker fould rAll)' find but little to oIioihm between. SikiIi daap, dnrk soil, nnd the atalka of lnat years' oorn nnd cotton nnd tho uriormoun stack of wheat Mid oat atrnw nil gare altail tafttlrmuiy of the but mstrnpenohalilt wftHderful fertility of the soil So valuable this land tlmt I wm iHfonmHl Hint since January 1, two Une tract out on the 8Ul Hoad bava sold for the lmmlwnn hhi uf MO iter num. re-M- Yours truly, aluo tunny becttiUful There nr home aiHl fin Iarnii that tho prolrtO' of the farmer of Uinl uek owtt-lu- M'cUiiu, aoiHi of the 0. B. Bond no doubt, fnm 11000 to JlOQeo. ami Imnui tlmt must tmvti co"t but Uion tht rtwidenowa. litllf ! !aml rellnow g. Livestock iENares '. u "n ganlen tuck magnificent fnrmlnR nml atataty hoataa far mnn nnd It tMMtMHl Uwt tiieru waa but iir Uiliu; taekim; le make joura the With land of the South 0000 IKtAUS. Aa 1 drove alone that luvul, brond, llond, tlKiromjUfftre, onlletl Stat ladKg HcnxM th entire eouHly from Hickman to Fulton, In mud 1 or 1 r.K calves aro gonornlly delleatn lnclt den. ojkI o toush and atlcky a thai a gool. Htritni? honm couM not A nali on paaturu naturally tako draw ma In a light XtuntiT fusiar than fir' HHowing rattgua ' Is not tho best practice- - to feed a alow walk without wlta In laaa than 1M yanla. It jto rxrluslroly. i ma Uwt tiia ipl. so wonc pi should 1)0 kept growing derfully blaaal by natural windlUon fr - sUrt to finish. K mills should boikcpt out of doors of their own effort ami money u'h as posalblo. towarda coiHtHtKlnt; all that heart bout wny to prtirrnt ho chol-- coM wtah for country life. I wis M to keep the! norms away from vary often In the awmmer toW ti Me t- mr-most Importnnt thins uiorohanta of Fulton have their or- cIwihIUm. shipped to Hickman in "' Is to htiro tter to Het Uit lHneflt of the cheap ck. ' k rolls should not bo left out river freUtht rate and then haul tlum tn " until thoy begin to not In wngonft that Slflti- - Itoad to lew In fl"H Tin p'K should be taught to eat a soon as poaslble, slop being tho first iff And -' K Ut ot pr'- - After tho calf la.paat IU babyhood Its Koth and dorolopmont nro still to be promoted. A soft fat homo will shrink during the first day of plowing. So look well to fbn shouldora. IVj not turn srtock onto winter whea for paattrro until tho ground l 'jal fed :hp fnruicr fo thnt regnrdlcHs of tho weather ho could chooo botwiin tho mnrkctB nnd go to tho boat one with AH Relieved by Lydia E. Pink' hut llttlo cnucorii about tho dlffnronco liam's Vegetable Compound. of n fow mlluA drlvo on the l'Iko. Mkrston.Mo. "For soven years I I wan In lcd TIiIb opportunity of oxorolslm: your EufftTcd cwrytlilniT. i or iotiroriivoaaya -independencu would servo to Htliuu-Intv j-at a timo ovory tho nuUvlty of your mcrchnnU inoiitli, .tnil so weak I could hardly walk. and bUHlneHB men to morlt your trndo I craintHMl nnd hod and thuB bo tho monim of iiuttliiK now hackacho and headlife Into both your towns which would ache, nnd uaa do nervous nnd weak reault In tho complutu dovdopment that 1 dreaded to of your iiRrlcultural Interests. seo inyono or havo anyjiK i jovo In tho If tho counties in eomo aoctlons of room. Tho 'loctora tho South where It reoulres 3 or i fra 5 mo medlclno to naros of the lnnd to produce what ease mo at tho.10 una acre of youra will produco, enn times, nnd said that 1 oucht to havo an operation. I would afford to build plku ronda, I nm un nnd when a friend of not listen to tliat, my husband told able to see how you can afford not him almut Lydla j:. l'lnldiam's Vcko to. The coat of construction compar- Lihlo Compound and what it had dono wife, ed to the manifold beneflta onjoyil for his look I was willlnc to toko it. Now I tho plcturo ot lioalth and from pike roads, even where land Is feci llko It, too. I ran do my own house very cheap la too amnll to consider, work, hoo my parden, and milk a cow. but where the land Is im fine nnd I can entertain company and enjoy them. can visit when I choose, and commands such high ptiooa as tho walk a3I far as any ordinary woman, lands ot Pulton county, Ky., anythlns any day in tho month. I wish 1 could Ulk toe very sufTurintfwomnnandgirl." short of pike roads Itt civic wilcldo. Mrs. Dkma Jlimit'Ni:, SIkeston, Ho. The most successful remedy In this Tho general lay of the land befor tho euro of nil forms of tween tlieoe two towns offurs tho country complaints fomalo is Lydia K. Pink-liam- 's leaat poMlble resistance to road VeRetablo Compound. building since there aro no few hills it is mora widely ami succcssum, of any magnitude to grade and so nseil than any other remedy. It haa thousands of women who little bottom to levee, nnd ut no cured tn ubled with displacements,havo Inleen dis- flammation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, point on tlmt road would the tance from a railroad bo very great, irrfkrularitlesi icrIolIc jwins, backache, benrinfrdrnvn feellnir, so tlmt the hnullng of the grnvol thnt nervous prostration, indigestion, and nf terall other would be reduced to a small Hum. moans had failed. Why don't you try Jt? There Is a movement on foot now, lr not already in operation to conNorman for Senator. struct a pike road from Paducah to Mayfleld, and if the cltUeua of FulouM innugurato tho ton county movement nnd conatmcl this plko Hon H A. Norman, of Mayfleld, from Kulton to Hickman, there is but wa a caller at this office Friday. batweon Thui Ki'ntlemnn Is n candidate for little doubt tlmt the cltlat-nKulton and Mayfleld would follow In Senator from this, senatorial district rajtld mieoemtton, which would mean and wo beliove is thoroughly coin poa ooutlnuou pike from Hickman to tent, well qulnlftod and will fill the 1'aduonh nnd would open a cummer offlic in a conscientious manner If clal relation between all that suction he Ik the people's choice. Ho Is well that nothing also can do. acquainted with the probloms that Iot me nay in conclusion thnt I mum be oncountored at Frankfort, an in no wny connected with tho man' haing served na Warden of the ponl-telary for six years, making the ufnuture or sale of road building mano "axe to grind," b .1 ono we have over had. Ho prora chlnery nnd have if elected, to do Ida beat to bat I have seen the value of good , prosperl- - lirnak up the atato prison plo counter, ronda nnd the comforu nnd s vhloh is eating up thousands of of public money each yenr in a manner, ho claims, wliolly unnecessary. Anything to rellovo tho public, will prove a good plank for his platform. o s n dol-l.irtax-ridde- n MISERY If you havo a horse that has the bad habit of resting his head on Ue neck of tho horse you aro driving, him with, you can canity break him of ttls habit by using tho dovlco shown In the It U aim sketch, says Homestead. i x. vriting to you that I had a neuralgia pain in my arm for five years, and I used your Liniment for one week and was completely cured. I recommend your Liniment very highly." Mrs. J. McGraw, i2id Mandcviilc St, New Orleans, La. t x 'jnr 2Ji" v,fef 4 ru '.: urc in :. Cures Bad Habit. ply a plcco of loather with holes cut Into It to slip over tho names. Drlvn ihnrponcd shlnglo nails through It from tho bottom, and put It over the hnnics of tho horso you aro driving with tho one ot tho bad b&bltc, and ho will bo cured In a short time. IMPROVED BUNK FOR SWINE Cured Quinsy Sore Throat Mr. Henry L. Caulk, of 1242 Wilson St., Wilmington, Del., writes : "I bought a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for the quinsy sore throat and it cured me. I shall always keep a bottle in tho house." 3 M ' Excellent for Housing Sows and Their Litters, and Is Quite Easily Put Together. This small hog houso Is excellent for housing sows and tholr Utters, rlnco it is quite easy to clean, says Farm and Home. Dy raising the hinged sldo tho herdsman can roach all parts of tho bung. In tho roar end, SLOANS LINIMENT nives instant relief from rheu matism, croun. sore throat, ton-siliti- s, hoarseness and chest pains. 4. PrIoes,25c.,SOc&51.00 Sloan' hook on homo., cattlo, shoop nml poultry sent (rue. Addrea Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, 2Cau., U.S.A. u I ! !, & tWHs 1.4 '! "Tr:"V ..J - ST An Improved Hog Bunk. Thieving Galore House-breakin- near tho top, is placed a small window for ventilation. A house ot this sort Is best when built on skids, so that It can bo moved about In the pasturo. Qround for Early Vegetables. Is a good Idea to select tho spots g is getting to be at most nn epidemic In Hickman, and Is executed with calm deliberation. cow wboro tho early vegetables, such It frcten fairly hard. The bad effect of feeding eottotv xd men to plg comoa from giving It In too largo amount. 1' wo aro going; to hnvo good brood iws we must gl propor nttentlon t. the makeup of thn young gllU. After Uia noira begin to get hoary they should hare soparato sleeping c. artern, or not moro'than two should sleep together. Inferior fodder upaoUii animals, and, no en a will krep much stock or go on for lonx without finding that a change of fqpd h doalrnblo. Indeed, necessary. Proflta from Itro; stock on the farm depend chlofly, as hna boon woll sold, "on three thing, tho quality of thn anlnvtl. the quality erf the feed u4 the quality of th eaxo." A pr1uiiciiufeii Wc take jilcswurv in announciiiK Uwt we nre now (llM)layinc for your inspection the beautiful Spring ' nnd Summer Woolens of MASTER TAILORS! "rar?r-eavc- y 3 i i a kv e M - slowly if neglected. acnld, bum, or aovoro out taenia The family that kMa a bottlo of Il,VU.AIU8 SNOW 1 IMMKNT on hand Is nlwxiya for such ncoldonta. Trloe 3c. or and I n botUo. Bold by Wok-mpro-IKin- Drug Co. ii' Phltorhowl, woro horo Saturday. II 1' Johnson nnd Chna. o handsomo Runtlunion of Noonon. the Cnyee lTeMrr? 1 l 71 500 new and exclusive weaves in worsteds, scotches, fashion 50 tweeds nnd surges. ' models. You'll surely bo able to find n pattern at h price you can alfonl to viy. We hope to hivo tho pleasure of iiiiklnn your sprlnR suit. Our tape line is ready for you. . I 1 gfinLAm.MAAAAAAAAAAA.fcA.AAA-'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA,A'- E. R. Tr.'r.ryyrw.r.rw ELLISON ty which they havo brough to other sections of tho country nnd can see nt a glanco what thoy would do for your county. 1 do not know ot another whose oven condition Is so favorable to this formnrd movomont nnd where tho benefits would bo so gouorolly bestowed ns in Fulton County. Ky. A Visitor. A woll known citizen of Hickman, formerly of Graves county, says Mr. Normnn made the best sheriff tho county over had, and adds that ho Is n gentleman In every particular. Thoso who know him best recommend him most highly. Ilia record Is opon to any who would know more of him. He Is n clean, Intelligent Jefferson-in- n Democrat, nnd solicits your support on tho basis of merit. Ho has nothing to say agalnat his opponont, Mr. Frost. All he naka is a fair Our Appreciation. lomparison of tho two, nnd thon your tupport If ho morlu It moro than the othor gontlemnn. In olthor case, wo Wo tako this means ot thanking enn mako no mlstnko. IU moroly n of picking tho boat of two our customors and frlonds for tholr matter llbonil patronngo during tho past good fellows to roprosont us. will yoar. Our buslnoss was very satisMr. Norman's announcement factory Indeed; in fact, it was the be found olsewhoro in this lssuo. best yoar In tho history of our business. We havo endeavored to glvo A hoaw cold In tho lungs that was tho very bast possible valuos in ovory expected to euro Itself has boon tho Btnrtlnc Doint in many cases oi uis- - Instance, and trust wo havo succeed- ease that ondeu fatally. Tho senslblo ed In ploaslng you. Wo nro now proemirao la to tako frequent doses ot pared to glvo you ovou bettor service IIAU.AKD'3 HOKEIIOUND SYHUF. than In tho past, and solicit n conIt checks tho progress of tho disorAgain der and assists nature to restoro nor- tinuation ot your patronage. Price 2Dc, 00c nnd U thanking you, wo are, mal conditions. Respectfully, a botUo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. HICKMAN FUItNITURE CO. Mgr. 13. B. Hooves, Tho masquorado ball glvon Friday evonlng nt tho Harry Hall by Harris & Kennedy, was ono of tho most Hob Goaldor was in Fulton Saturaffairs glvon this wlntor, and glvon horo in day. tho first mask ball years. It was a scone of interest anil Post cards and local views. Helm amusement to tho ontlro town, nnd & Ellison. tho hall crowded to tho limit with Ivoo Carter 'hat. sold his Interest In .,u.int.ro a lnrr-- number of tho folka nnd married folks parUc- - tho Pearl Cafo, at Fulton. ipa.ed, and tho costumes woro ninnj and varied, and woll carried out tn TVCOKT33Y ovory detail. About 10 o'clock all un ON masked, disclosing thoso who hau represented nntionB, cuplds, clowns, Indians, base ball players, gypsies, nnd othor characters. Thoro woro several out of town visitors. Tho Ea3t lllckmnn orchestra furnished tho music and tho dnnces enjoyed until about ono o'clock. I handle the James Davis line of Wall Paper, Paints, etc., the larnest house of the kind on earth, and I Porfuincry. Holm & Ellison. can SAVE YOU MONEY. Am solo Do your spring painting with D. agent for this concern. Phono 128 P. S. Holm & Ellison. or see me before you buy. nnd Mrs. Knto MorWillis Norman LOUIS WEATHERLY ris, both of Fulton, wero united In laoixtviolK.y marriage, Wednesday. n 33 -- as radishes, lettuce, etc., aro to bo grown next yoar, and to covor thoso spots with about four inches of fresh, strong mnnuro. This Is allowed to Ho thero until tho beds aro to be dug over for planting, whon tho soil will bo found na rich and mellow ns onyono could do6lrc Tho available fertility has reached into tho soil, whllo tho oovorlng has protocted it from tho heavy rains that bent down and pack naked soils. Whon planting time comes, rnko off tho coarso litter, loosen tho soil with a fork and sow tho seed. Asparagus and rhubarb should bo covered tho same wny four to six Inches with strong, frosh manure. This Is loft on until growth begins, then tho coarso litter Is just moved on tho crowns of tho plants and loft to decay Ibosldo tho row of hills. Tho homo of E. R. Ellison was entered Saturday night about 9 o'clock. TJ10 tlilof got a $5 bill, a savings bank containing S3 or $t and a purso In which was a small amount of money. Tho Intruder was seen by Misses Virginia Prather and Dettlo DoBow as ho entered tho window In full vlow of tho electric light Ho lifted tho screen, qut a triangle in tho window pano through which ho put his hand to unfasten tho lock. Uoforo Mr. Ellison reached tho house, ho had bagged tho money and gono. On tho same ' .' i i :U night a man entered II tho homo of Mrs. Jennlo McCluro, near town, but was detected before ho got anything, as Mrs. McCluro and her daughter woro in tho house at tho tlmo. Ho rushed into tho kitchen and tho lady locked him In awaiting tho arrival of help. Ho escaped however through a small window which, was so llttlo that ho left somo hair on tho sash. Joint Stock Tho grocery store of tho lllckmnn Co., was entered Thursday night, and tho cash drawer ri fin.i Thn hinf crilnoil nntrancc by climbing through a transom over tho back door. For his troublo ho only got about S'l.DO. Nothing clso was missed. The homo ot Itov. Stockton, of tho Prcsbytorlan church, was also broken Into, but nothing was missed. Hlnknian has somo "Hontlng popu lation" at presont that Is suspected ot being behind this kind of work. Asthma Is a distressing disease. Dr. BoH'o Plno-Tn- r Honey relieves almost Instantly. Wo guaranteo it to glvo satisfaction. F. E. Caso, tho popular grocoryman has purchased tiio T. S. Moonoy lots north ot F. S. Mooro nnd will build a nlco rosidenco ns soon as tho weath er will permit. T I, IMcklo, of on liuslticBrt wna horo Saturday. Fulton at considerable saving. .. . ...... ,.ikPd from Hick- a 11 Villa iVMne man to Fulton, no doubt this iilwiih ... i....u,...i.. frli-li- t rntes would In many of the merchants of Fulduco along ton (nnd smaller towns us well route) to make a moro general the practice ot shipping to Hickman, conallowed little appreciation In not nml money tributing a llttlo effort qullo which would moon almost if not railroad Into both u3 much as another towns. secTo tho fannoru throughout this (whether their tion ot tho county, not) tho farms bordor on tho road or .i would bo vnluo of such a highway u wmild start a rivalry i.i priiitd-nn- l immediately between Uio two In tho county to draw tho towns to people from tho rural districts reapectlvo towns ns a trading their top price point which would mean tho and tho bottom .irle for your produce would, placo for your merchandise. It JUDGE WISE Duslness Philosopher ... "!,.. Wall It pays to pay cash for your coal. A. A. Farls. In--- Schmidt, glvo you one. tho Tailor, can Next tlmo try a sack of Omego & Flour beat mado. Dottoraworth Did you ovor hnvo n fit. Paper Paints, Oils Varnishes flno boy at hla homo tn West Hickman, Thursday night. Uwks like tho Btork's supply of girls is exhausted. s of tho births so far this year In lllckmnn havo been boys. Nlno-tonth- Walter Whito, of Schmidt's tailoring shop, reports the arrival of a ' y "Tho Hickman worklngman'a wago tho legitimate target of every mer chant," says tho Judge, but some of the guns used ought to bo spiked In our PRESCRIPTION DEPT. A flno line of Drugs and Sundries reason ably priced Hickman Drug. Co. Is Prathor. no,, nlcrlila liaUSUH UIIUlo; """" .r. Croup r uso Dr. Heirs :,,.... i.. Plno-Tn- dealers. ...i.i.. IlUllllllfi i,tt,.r "" fw hilt If YOU Will Honey It will Thero Is miniitoa. rtunrantced by all XXlolunrai, It. S. Graves, an employe of tho Mongol Box Co., was Injured Thursday by a wlro cable falling and striking htm In tho loft shoulder. Ho wo stooping over cutting wood qulto n distance from tho cabloway when tho cablo broko and swung out qulto a d'stnnco, striking him on tho shoulder, nnd knocking him insonslblo for a time. Tho wound was found to bo g only a Hesh ono and ho lanow along all right. go.-Uu- t? . ? '.1 ';. cg"a, - U- -T -- LESSjuCISH Hi Hi ; The Courier's Weekly Sermon "? Q; .v. PANTPll It! 8MFIX"T . Subject vaStwaa??! -- .S. Ky. Lump Coa xa3XsXX7'33njE: FURS HICKMAN HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAD FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Writ lor pticf Wool en CommlMlon. lilt mcnllonln j this id, AND HIDES lvstabllsliel 1837 m&?bsi Mrt'XJ. .tiT "' rTrfVss:UV EVANGELISTS WHO x JOHN WHITE & CO. L0UISVILLE,KY. I Pittsburg Lump Coal (Cash with order) Bon Air Lump Kentucky Lump 0 prices as follows: 1 " " " " 4.75 4.75 490 Cod I DISHONOR GOD Not Negligent, but Mindful Man PasW Rusiall Critiof A TivII Rfl A Ton MARBLE T0A WORKS VtA When cash doesiot 'accompany order I charge extra for making collection, which will make the cize! "Tommyrot." Rrooklyn. February &. Let mc snve you money on your coal. KHTAlll IHIIKI DILLON, Sr., Prop. raJtorlluasellliil-dreBBw- Pittsburg Lump Coal Bon Air Lump Coal $5.40 5.25 5.25 Cash Book Store N ew BOOKS Stationery Mary Berendes & Co. urncc Another motlvo Is the adding of membership to Churches and the easier moving of the work along financial lines. Still n third motive, and Prices based on delivery within the city limits. the best ot all. Is n desire to uplift man kind from sin and seltlehnees. Parties out of town desiring to haiil their own coal However. lMntor Kuesell claimed, first will be allowed 40 cents per ton deduction from prices I H ; r if ' v TcJa1 IlKVIV- - that the dishonoring of tho Creator Is too AI. " He would not object to theo fervent high n rlce to pay for the social uplift quoted. nun carrying away Twenty-Fiv- e Thousand M those who muhl be elulmed as con as a result of a few week' work verts, second, he claimed that the same You can leave your order, accompanied with If the renulta could be exneeted to Justify persons coukl lie much better Influenced cash, at the office of Hickman Ice & Coal Co., or It It wax not his business what these by the nroctHmntlOfl ot tho Truth 1I and other evangelist mlnht do with their lonsidered It n rellctlit against human phone 48 if you you wish order sent C. O. D. No Koodly Bums of earthly treasure. He preIntelligence far a request to be mailo for sincerely. that many support one has authority to extend credit, so don't ask for it. M sumedwill undoubtedly havethemreward fer all preferring an eternity ef bliss to an Such n eternity ot torture to Intllcnto their prefI will appreciate your patronage, their flood Intentions. Others, howocr. erence. anl then to say that such nr by selling thoroughly out of harmony with the un- converted. In the Scriptural sense. He strictly for cash can give you security against an exreasonable and unacTlpturat teachings of longed to see the anal thus misapplied In the evangelists, nevertheless stifle their a way so dlehonorlng to flod ami to hu orbitant advance in prices. convictions and assist In the mlsreprv mun Intelligence turned toward the ot the Truth the length nn1 rentatlons or toe Dlvlno character and Ilna Such partakers of evfl deeds and breadth awl height and depth of tho love false teaching csui hope for no reward, otOod. but mi) surely expect Divine disapproGod's Ways Are Not Man's Ways bation. Pastor rtuasell expressed hhi sympathy Ood deetarea that as the heavens nrv iBaeBmBKBamrMaBBBKnMaaaJr with every movement for tho uplifting of higher than the earth, so his ways and humanity Hut he did not believe that 9). are higher than man's (Isaiah anyone Is really benefited by doctrines plans we re).los In this' Instead ef Iv. How leav which traduce the Divine character and ing mankind to go down to eternal tor misrepresent tho groat Creator, the Ood for fortv-on- e hundred ami fifty your of I.ove. as vengeful, unjust, unsympa- merit fhrlM and all but a saintly few before thetic, toward hla creatures. Thoeo Insacrlfk-Ond baa beeli lnce Christ's fluenced by such learning are. he norklng out a glortowe plan of seriously Injured. The misconcepfnr all who Hill accept It on the Divine tions srhren them of God and of the teach Ood thin terms of ings of the III bio will stay with many ot plan through the sacrifice Intimated when Attorney-at-La- w ef Christ them for yearn, to tbetr damage. x lie covcr d the nakedness of our first par and Notary Public Love Dtvlne should bo preached a love nts with klns. each of which cost li which has made n provision far Adam Mfe. He tnttmalnl It again In tho decla and every member of hie race to coma to - it loo that the "seed" nf the woman Will practice in all Courts n knowledge of tho Truth and, by obediould bruise the serpent's head He re-ence, to attain eternal life, either on the nte.Hr taught It In the types of the of the State. spirit plane, as sharers In Messiah's KingiHtrlng thl Qosfel Age ho taw dom, or on the earthly plane, as sharers a been preparing the Royal Priesthood, TT1 oluoa.rvxx, And In the great bleewings of tho "times of if whl h Jesus Is the Head ami Chief restitution ot all things which God hath ."rlist Soon these "eles- t- will be spoken by the mouth ot all the holy "thn shall the righteous shine prophets" to follow the Beoood Coming of Office with .rth nf the sun In the Kingdom." Meastsh and the establishment of his The vhxtlon" ottbe Cnaroh la only Kingdom, for which we still pray. Thy 'x1'a pr ;sratlon for the blessing of all B. Davis Kingdom some: thy will bo dene on earth ,e ni.i. 1ert-t- he world of msakJM Hickman, Ky. m It U done In heaven." It should be dain in i ell f his chitdren. preached that now Is the time for securMessJitirs Klniiilom will net oaly reing a place amongst the "elect" on th train vil snd overture It. bat It wW spirit plane by walking In tho footsteps mh r in and fH know I of our bodies to him .Ve of the glofy of Ood. the every eren- to and iits service aa living aaerlflees. It should be preached tliat with the beginIf Ool were honored by the praetama-ning of Messiah's Kingdom of glory ton of the Truth wht'h the) ansjsss pro Lost wUI begin to return and evengrem will tvl .. blsssUsg to men Inlmr-tually be world-widand human perfecand staur hearU Splendid Selection '.vr will niert more coldangelic tion and harmony with Qod, likewise. an can fear. The Mssssuss. "Whatsoever amn soweth that shall he Fear not. we brmg you good tidtsaW of also reap" applies to everybody to those Joy which shall ho unto all psopliv- nut who now come to a knowledge of tft uhlly. aJalnlv understood. Is maew nsare "high calling." to salntsblp and Woman's National Dally furoaful and helpful than all the spisaln $1.75 with Christ aa God's "elect." nil the portrayals of aa wcejciy Commercial Appeal 1.25 tnd also to tho world In aaaaral. the noo to fear and which fortunately, sncm eter- minds Every wtlfql disobedience, every ssj tartare elect. The Delineator 1.75 lo not take .ruiuKix violation of conscience, raeas jttst so Success Alagarlne :.30 much of Divine displeasure and chastiseYouth's Companion 2.70 ment to be experienced before recovery Is made. Only the weaknesses and frailDalian WUllama will ve In a Cosmopolitan 1.70 ties which have come down to us from Everybody 2.00 Father Adam, and which hinder us and short tinm fur Strafford. Mo., to visit distress us at every turn, are forgivable his brother, J. U. WllltaisM. St. Louis Republic (2 a week) 1.40 sins, Call find See Our Stock ii, because only for such Adamte conKverthlnjr Farm Progress 1.15 demnation does tho great Redeemer make KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL. Ropublic RFD dally 2X0 satisfaction. Such as sin willfully aqalnet full light shall perish In tho Second Death Dally Courier Journal 8 JO without hope of recovery. Weekly Courier Journal 1.60 HealUi Is Worth Savlna, and Some The Teachings Scientific Amorlcan 3.6 Hickman People Know How 6ut, alas' many of the teachings of our JlcClurej Magazine 2.00 day have their roots In tho darkness of To Save It. American Magazine ZOC the past, floroetlmes thoss teachings are plainly stated and those who refuse to American Poultry Advocate 1.35 Join one or another party or tect are Many Hickman peopla tak thvlr American Fruit Grower 1.63 either directly or Indirectly given to understand that their fate Is eternal torture. lives in their hands by newteetlni; Outing Magazine 3.10 Surely neither the Scriptures nor reason tho kidneys wbn limy know tlusw Southland Magazine 2.00 'support such theories, which the Apoe'l Jtttorney-at'La- w styles "doetrtaes of (I Timothy IV. organs need help. Sick kidnoys aro Taylor-TrotwoMagazino 2.00 I). Indeed, too, the devils" majority ot ministers responsible for a vaat amount of sufCollier's Weekly 5.30 freely confess, in private, that they do Clinton, Kentucky fering and ill health, butUiere U no not at doctrines Coleman's Rural World 1.65 eternal all believe the humanity of tho torment of all except nood to suffer nor to remain In danOne tenth of tt fees to CMstUnlti. 3 71 tho saintly few among Church members. Outlook Magazine ger wbtrr all diseases and achas and Pastor Kussell declared that suoh preachLadies Home Journal ing not only elandors tho Creator but Iains duo to weak kldnoys can be Saturday Evening Post 2.50 human reason and common sense, quickly and permanently curd by Woman's Magazine 1.3C as well as tho Bible. He knew that tting a Is only one ot the motives tho uso of Doan's KIdnoy W1I. Here) If you do not boo what you want to. auwh a misrepresentation gf tho is a Hickman citizen's recommendaIn this list, call at our office; we Kentucky Coal n lnrRo audience nt Brooklyn Academy ot Musilo today onUod's Mindfulness of Mn. from the text. "What is mnn that thou art mindful of him?" iPsnlm vllt. 1) Ho wm sorry that ho could not fully endorse) the Chapman-Alexander l STAHR STEVE PHONES DOTH Qnd of all (HuccftM)r to II. (I. Knninmno, divriucUi Marble and Granite Monuments ffl JH.'&5" - 'vj CURDING, STONE WORK OF ALI KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky WiEF'M- ani Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY hiuhutoiih II. 11UOIIANAS n A. A. PARIS J. W AI.KXASIHU Dr.J. M. IIUIIHAKH It. M. IHI.HH OW1. TllltMI.Kltl.il T.A. I.KIrOUI M. J.J.H. IIONHUHANT A. M. TYLER B. G. Hale Real Estate s. salt-alie- n Wc combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and oficr our dcjxjsitors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 11 e IIIVIIANAN. rmltlrnt B. ' llAMAtiK. Att lliihlrr J. A. THuMPHON, t!lil IEy. Insurance ran-'H-te- d Our Stock is Complete and T. r4'0r4Qm Hj.o3sro.an ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas OnllonnrTHspiMHO wh rlshti-ouenea- f Special Clubbing Offers. Par-adl- so e, and Courier .... or In HM of tlll'H'HUIHH. FKKDMTUKKrl. PltKKII MKATH Jolnt-lielrsh- lp Telephone 6 3 Deliveries Post Carols, Notions, etc. I Ledford & Randle ii ... A NICE LINE OF .... J. KELLY SMITH Lap Robes and Morse Blankets THAT WE WILL .... .... -- money-ge- lead-lns.u- Money to Loan. I loan money on farm lands and Weakley ne-ha- lf In havo hundreds of others. Write nam and address plainly with your order, specifying exactly tho periodicals. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey tion. A. pjf) end In Fulton County, Ky. About Dr. Bell's tho cash value of a farm Tor Coughs and Colds, irlll be loaned. Loans made In sums cf $1,000 or more for flvo years with Havo Schmidt tho Tailor to do your privilege to borrower of paying samo cleaning and pressing. Satisfaction titer one year in full or making any guaranteed. partial payment desired at Inter-tal- s clze of six months after tho oxpira-tloof one year, interest being atop-jeChas. Overby and wife havo return on partial payments made. Call ed to their homo in Clovis, New M en cr wrlto O. SPRADLIN, Attorney-atrLaafter an extended visit with rrl Union City, Tenn. tf athos and friemls in Hickman It will be rempmbered that Mrs. Ovt-n d r Counties, Term., Nurse Says: "I know what Is good for young and old peo- writes Mrs. Clara ykstra, a trained nurse of South BcIIIngham, Wash., "and will say that I consider Cardul the best medlclno for girls and women. It makes them feel like new persons, relieves their pain and regulates womanly troubles. "Both my daughter and I ' I cannot say too much in of Doan's Kidney Pills, as they liad a bonofiolnl effect upon my I suffered for some years from attacks of kltlnoy trouble and at times there was a dull aoho acro tlio small of my back, which made mo inlsorablo. A sliort time ago I procured Doan's Kidney Mils at Holm & Ellison's Drue Stora ami through their uso found entire fn-vkld-ney- says: J. Hunzlker, East Hickman, Ky., Close Out at a Bargain I Hickman Harness Co. Don't Blame the Hen When you (jet Had Tygs for they Were Good when she fold them You can Examine Insurance Companies and you can Candle Eggj, hut after all isn't it best(.to demand the kind o( insurance that you know is Rood(all ofthe time ? Dr. Bell's AntisepticSalve Good for all Skin Diseases. tlsoptic Salve. It Is as pleasant to Lbo as pure cream and is guaranteed Sutherland's Eagle Eyo Salve to give satisfaction. ZZc a box. Is tho best oyo remedy over offered the public. It Is a snow whit ointment, painless, hannloes nnd absoA. E. Kennedy, tho Insurance man, lutely guaranteed to euro. At nil has moved his office upstairs over dealors. 2Gc a tube. Itrovard's store. You aro Invited to call and seo him. Phono SI. For that tlrod feollng tako Nyal's Spring Saraaparllla, a stimulating, hualUiful tonic Holm & Ellison. A Beautiful Woman Mutt havo beautiful skin. Dr. Bell's Ajj Coptic Salvo romoves blackheads, pi ples, chaps and roughness, leav-i- r Itov. W. H. Morgan, a Christian r tho skin smooth. Try it on our minister, of Finger, Tenn., is hrrc f. grantee. tho guest of his brothor, Davo Morgan iHvb Hickman Courier and Wocldy Particular womon uso Holm's Witch C "mmerclal Appeal, both one year Hazel Cream Lotion for their com11.25. Get them now. plexion. Ask your druggist. Fedephone No. 4 for bettor moats I I Moving pictures Saturday night, fjroeerlea. f '. All Skin Troubles Aro overcome by utdng Dr. Boll's An by contracted wnalluox while enrout to Hickman Chrltvtuias and was laid received up a month nt Uie homo of Hugh Wil- llnms by the disease Fortunntoly Uie E51 disease did not spread. Prlco COc. Buffalo, N. V., solo agents for tho United States. Uomombor tho namo Doan's and tako no othor. Fostor-Mllburn For salo by all doalors. Co., Business -- Directory ASK FOR RATES- - great benefit" Percy Jono, the Cnfo mnn, has --' 'ii to Hot Sprlns for n much need- drC8t- .L4.ll.tfgl Help Wanted For that cough. Get a bottle of Dr. BOll's PIno-Tn- r Honey. It is tho best Mrs. Savannnli Green says hIiu will not try to koop house without tho Courier. Sonslblo lady. Ask for Omega Flour. Nono hot ter. Bottersworth & Prathor. x A Cough McMUrmY & FLAT Attorneyt-at-La- Office over Hlckmnn DritR Company. Hlckmnn, Ky. DH. E. DavldBon'a M. CRUTCHFIELD. The Woman's Tonic As a medicine for female trouble, no medicine you can get has the old established reputation, that Cardul has. Fifty (50) years of success prove that it has stood the greatest of all tests Uie test of TIME As a tonic for weak women, Cardul is the best, because it is a woman's tonic Pure, gentle, safe, re- .' ' ST' uaoie. iry uiraui. a e, Dentist old SollH Tliat XSliaicl Tako out that Insurance today. You may bo next to burn out. Kennedy, too insurance Man. R. T. TYLER stand. Phono Ky. No. 2. Hickman, HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmcrs. Phono 20, day or night. Hickman, Ky. a Is a danger sienal and should not bo neglected. Tako Dr. Boll's I'lno-Ta- r Sight too Valuable Ilonoy at onco. It allays inflainatiou To bo neglected. SuUierlands Eaglo DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N stops tho cough and heals tho Eyo Salvo will euro any case of soro For Internal nnd Extornal Pain. eyes, granulated llda, opthalmla or any inflamed condition of tho eyes. unuta uuu jianweas. 2Gq a tubo Our 20c coffeo is a world-beate- r SCHMIDT the TAILOR. Ii all dealors. try, PratJMr. X