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Siubbs DENTIST laded H.lldlnq, orr IVrxcd'i More I'hnne No. 81 THE HICKMAN COURIER. ttiB A BLUE MARE HEBE mini that your inb orlptlon bii expired promptly Uyrn Itenew wnut the paper to come to you after this month 1 advertising is the Team that Pulls tne Commercial Wagon up VOLUME Hill af Success. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the Axles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitcb Up 0I.DK8T rAVKR IN Wr.BTEttN rl N0, K1INTU0KT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1911. WHOLE HO. 3(1411 ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAE lNSIt List of Club Members. Tin Kentucky Club, organized wi k. In coming right to tint front Mth a big membership. An hereto-Ion- ' Mated. I hi organization "kills two birds with ono mono," Blum It rovr rs both tlio roiiiinnrcilnl mul nocln f; aliirv n. mul should do u helpful In-- i million Tli list nit follow Til t.i nwr " -- TE5S77 v jLI ? Next week is Corset week at this store Bold Thief Caught. Hickman's epidemic of catuu to a sudden end Thursday night, when officers Wright and Ham-b- y collared ouo Jim Williams (Datyo) who wa beating u hasty retreat from tlio home of Henry Sanger, where he was preparing to mako ono of bis nocturnal visits when discovered. house-breaking at f membership uplodnto. In Tyler. Hhumnto. (I Unit. Jr. A () Citnithoni. Dr i: M. Crutohflnld ( II C J (' Kllbwm. Cowglll Itogurn. M It Shaw. A It Btono. H L Dodda. Wnrrin Klllwin, Dr J O. Btublm. Dr J M llubbnnl II N Cowglll. II K ltol. BEGINNING MONDA- Y- nnd continuing through the week, we will have n special display of the new spring models in Warner's Corsets. This showing will only last through the week and we invite you to visit our corset department one day at least. It will A TravU. Kennedy. C T Dotnlurniit. N II llolcoinbn. A A Fnrln. V (' (ioaldtr JoIiiwoii. T T Bwnyno. Bwnynu Wnlkur. lm Nay lor, Jr. fi D Johnson. II C Helm. Too M. French. t arl Bclimldt. Frank O. Bmllli. W K. Donduront, II A MllU-t-J (I Bchlcmker. II M HIIUoii. I. P million. Oce Harris. Cu Alexander. Dr I' D. Curlln. be to your advantsge to see the new models whether you wish to purchase or not. The negro was seen In Mr. Sanby Swayuo Walkor and two young ladles. They informed Mr. Sanger and ho telephoned for tho officers. Tlio negro know what was up and started to town, mooting the officers near tho ico factory. Ho denied, of course, that ho was tho man, and all that; but after being gUtu tho "third degree," bo made a clean breast of tho whole thing. To bo t.uru that ho was not scared Into a confission for bodily protection, tho officers mado him take them to each house be said ho had broken Into and show them bow ho entered. Ho went to tho homes of Ernest Johnson, S. M. Nalfeb, E. It. Ellison, W. II. Dalt-ze- r, and D. G. Halo. Ho stated h made two visits at both S. M. Nal-fehand W. 11. Daltzer's, tho manner in which ho said ho gained entrance to each place coincided with tho reports given out by those who had had their homes broken luto. D. O. Halo's family was unaware that hu bad oven been In their bouse, but he produced sumo article ho had stolen there as evidence, together with others gotten at other places. ger's ;yaru 's Smith & Amberp; The negro waived examination Saturday, and was placed in jail to the May term of court. Williams has boen La trouble before. Ho spent six months in jail a few years ago for breaking Into tho home of Dan Meachain, and only escaped the pen by the pretext that be did not break into the house, but that tho wind blew the door open. Judgo 11. T. Davis, C U Wnlkfir. Maddox. Drr L, P. Daltxar. Jno Pjl. Iknry Banner. J A Thompson. F II Prnthor. Jr. Dr C SI. Dlnckfnrd. Chan a. Drrircr. Dr V W. Ciirlln. II Dnltrcr. A Dodda. F M Cano. J N Rogers. W A Johnston. V V Spoor. Joint Foolho. Hull (lonldur. Dr II K. Prathrr. W B Ellison. F B Mooro. J C Sexton. 3 M Nnlfch. To. Dillon. 8r. T It Reynolds. II M Islec T Dillon. J. T. C J. Blophuim. M. Hoynolilii. Jon CanUllon. K. IL Elllrton. THE AEROPLANE PATROL W. Ilonoy. H. A. Tylor. IU)tit. Dollow. II. K. Curlln. It. T. Tylor. 5aM 4l8n Frank Von Horrid. Our Roll of Honor, FollowlnR In n lint of nebolnrly slio havo nuliHcrltiud for tlio nlnco our Innt roport: 'O n G&2 oj S r " m Later bo broko into tho residence of Berry Stubbs, and got two years In tho penitentiary for that offense. C. It. Sowoll. A short Umo after his rcleaso, D. D. C. II. Itoach. Wilson had a smoko house robbed, and suspicloned Williams. He was bo proven A Now Madrid county (Mo.,) farm- arrested but bo could not guilty. Amony other things ho er experimented with 33 acres of sun. to Thursday night, was .the flowers last season, and after losing smoko-hous- o Job. about a third of bis crop owing to shipbad weather, ho harvested nnd Tho negro must answer to four ped out 27.C7G pounds of seed, which charges. It Is our understanding that ho sold for $1,10.1. Ho says ho paid under tho present law he can bo sent out but $S for help, hence his crop up for life as a third conviction pernetted Jiim $S0 per aero, less tlio mits such a seutonco. rent paid. At any rate, wo want to get him away for all Umo. con-fess- td No Hope. ki3 J. F. McClollan. 0. W. Orny. C. h. Uofto. Jou Maiuiniin. J. IMBnr Wllllunm. II. Dilillno. Iiuln WwUherly. It. It. Frniiolnco. mi& ri V Along too Rio Qrinde When Unole w fiil 'lis., "Dut. papa. I would bo content to nn a .mat with ITsrnM "On a crust? Huh I Harold couldnt iralao tho dough." Vanished Joy. that winter long gone br I.uthcr Wntnnu. Clnrnce Owoiin. D. liupltir. Jumu Hny. .1 .loo Ciimpbull. A. Ilolcomliu. T. J. HoihI. C iO, for Tlio population of Union City, according to tho recent census is 4,389. Union City Is third largest city In West Tennessee, Memphis coming first and Jackson second. Our neighbor's grow tli Is no surprise nt nil; sho is blessed with tho samo sunshine and showers fair ladles fast horses good whiskey and hustling business men as Hickman, nnd her rapid growth nnd prosperrlty woro Inevitable Scientists havo about that Fulton and Obion counties Is tho place referred to in Genesis as tho first homo of Adnm and Evo. Selah! Erslo Prico has moved from Fulton to Hickman, where ho has a position with tho Hickman Ico & Coal Co. V, 'U$ vJ4l! C?V .ill 341 Sl & 111 WaW KUISWK W. P. Iloud. IJ. C. Cartur. (Ico. (Irnffolinnu. W. P. JaffurloH. It. 8. Ilrniinforil. Bcaut there nestled In It ,X luiolous, tempting pumpkin pi That had real pumpkin In HI Enjoyable Outing. J. J. Froonwn. Clnrancu llunry. Mre. Frnnk Ollvur. C. It. WlillaaMim. W. 11. JackRan. C.linH. MHlr. FnwU S. II. Stonu. J. I j. Carta r. W. I). HiiBlinrt Mrs. Fininlo Slmw. "Hj!m atlont. vw Ar Opr fim't Military Aviators Degln Wo moot our friend who has been spending two wooks at tho resort ifamod for Its scenery and outdoor at "Silver Plats Those who eck pcrfee y-- " "j $6 Tan High Top Shoes Reduced to Frnnk Thompson. Jno. W. Hallow. .1. (1. I). II. Toombs. It. C. Powoll. HoynoIdH, Moss A. fr. Klmbro. W. S. Klllson. L. T. IloaUi. P. J. Fron.. &. Co. W. U. Damott. S. P. Henry. II, Parhnm. Dotxoii. P. (I. Ciiiinlnglmui, Mrs. Dora Jonoa. K. Tlttaworth. Jno. It. Luton. Vurnnn Itoyor. ltov. W. II. Morgan. K. 0. Miwlilox. Klvls Williams. J. It. IIutcboiiH. Lloyd Drown. Mrs. Jno. It. Ford. J. II. Jones. Mrs. Savannah Qrcon, Dall.-Williams. Mrs. J. W. llnndloy. W. T. Dublin. Mnddox. ltov. D. W. Dryant II. N. Damott. T. J. Malono. L. M. Dushnrt. II. (J. Draaflcld. W. W. Mrs. Mary Denies. Dradloy. Floyd Naylor. 0, II. Thompson. Mrs. Minnies Scearcc, TJids. Aloxaudor. A. 11,' tractions. "Hnvo a good tlmot we ask. "Great," ho ropllos. "Thoy say up thoro by tho lake is n ploasant plnco for a vacation." "It certainly is. Why, tho night clork at that hotel Is tho best partner at bridge I ever found." 8ome of Them Are. "I hear that your son has Invented an air ship," says tho friend. "Not an air ship," explains tho proud mother. "It is one of these Incorrigible bnlloons." Wears' that tlon in lilverwaie in- variably choose forks, tpoons and fancy serving pieces stamped with the renowned trademark I i J. M. McOohoo. onr.CDC DDnc uim xs D. Davis. 0. Dartlett. nf flrelnn. this nrell lenntvn passed. In quality and beauty tilvrr l iinviir- h Its remark- hat 1- m f Ki L. M. Frost. A. J. Claywell. $4 H. E. CURLIN Jim Ullls. Jnko Plant. T. J. Itobertfion. 13. L. King. It. II. Spolfibt. J. R. 8wlft. Mrs. llortha A4 Leech. K, Hunzllcor. Mrs. Edna Hondorson. J. Jno. Durtchett. B.iW. McMullln. S D. Webb. Albert Dennis. J.'D. Williams. T.,W. Drury. ltoper. Mrs. Tom Pollock. Dr. B. P. Roso. John E. Wright, of Dcelerton, nnd Sudlo May French, who mado her homo with her nunt, Mrs. Cnlllo McKwn, near Fulton, woro marrb'd nt tho Methodist parsoungo In Clinton Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. D. J. Russell, officiating. Miss Do your able durability title r "Silftr Tlati dealer! ertry Send for cataloKue'OI." liovrlutT B" detlKiis. MlRIOCIt ftr SoM by trading where. JA. D'J Patterson. Jones. Henry Hothony. 13. 'P. spring painting 8. Helm & Ellison. with D. HMBMMt I MEUBCN, COWI. 1 -"-' K Condensed Report of the Condition of THE HICKMAN BANK U at the close of business on Feb. 15, 191 1, compared with a report of the condition of the same institution which was made at the close of business on Dec. 15, 1910. Considering the fact that the report of Dec. 15,191 0, was .ene.st report ever published by the HICKMAN BANK, we respectfully call your attention to the GAIN of over $44,000.00 in deposits which this bank has made in the past two months, making its total deposits over$207,000.00. This not only shows the result of the satisfactory service given by this institution but shows that HICKMAN KEN T UCkY is one of the fastest growing towns of its size in this section of the Country. Notwithstanding the above remarkable growth we are still looking for new business and are amply prepared to take care of same. When in need of a banking accomodation, or contemplating a change, or would appreciate a call. Statement December, 15, RESOURCES Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts Stocks Banking House and Fixtures K I 1010 Statement February 15, 1011 RESOURCES ., . $154,486.19 100.00 Expenses and Taxes Paid CASH in vaults and exchange " 2,000.00 2,522.09 78,880.65 $237,997.93 LIABILITIES Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts Stocks Banking House and Fixtures Expenses paid . CASH in vaults and exchange.. $M4,570.2I 100.00 ... --.- 2,000.00 133.000.37 $279,997.42 LIABILITIES $ 50.000.00 22,518.78 JI.tH Capital Stock Surplus & Undivided Profits Deposits on Interest Deposits not on Interest TOTAL DEPOSITS I $ 50,000.00 25,242.44 Capital Stock ---- Surplus and Undivided Profits Deposits on Interest.. Deposits not on Interest . - . , $ 23,169.02 ... 139,586.47 ......... .--$ 25,785.16 181,693.48 162,755.40 $237,997.93 TOTAL DEPOSITS W. C. REED, Cashier. 207,478.61 $279,997.42 certify that the above statements are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. man a fi If f' tr young tn n a mtiirncc llfu north of Mafield nan givn nn filiate mllj whro thrlr fathers left Foundation of Fortune Laid by Ancea-- PXa,""'1S trial Wdenesday before off tin re would bo fewer to end lit Judge Monroe on the charge of being where their fathers began nothing. tor Who Fought In Washlngton'a responsible for the spreading of small A spoiled education and well nigh unArmy. pox at that place nnd was held to limited money have been tho undoMost of our wealthy men started the March grand Jury under n bond ing of mnny a young man, who, if In small ways. Carnegie was a mes-eng- of $200. conditions had been revorsed, would boy Rockefeller tramped the have made a splendid success In Ufa. Ueots to get a petty clerical lob. 1L H. Rogors and Russell Sage were A party of capitalist havo leased grocer's clerks. Harrlmnn was a the Arcadia hotel property at DawThe enterprising oitlzons of RWk-lebroker's office boy. James J. Hill son Springs. Ky., and proioses to Like county, have made up a was a section hand, or something llko develop the property, and If that be stock company of $2,000 to operate a that Dut four generations of tho Morgana havo been born In the pur- rapidly determined upon $2(0,000 will nawixiper there. I). J). Summer, nt ple, bo to speak. The Morgan dynasty be expended in the erection of n I'urpear, Tonn., will bo editor and runs back to tho days of the Ameri- modern hotel on tho beautiful hill in manager. can revolution. Joseph Morgan, after the jmrk Just back of the present fighting In Washington's army, pro- hotel. For thirty years tho Arcadia ceeded to lay tho fortune of tho houso. property, which include an eight Hlaino It all corsot coats nnd tight It did not tako him long to rlso to tho imrk, Iish been owned and oper- trousers are said to be tho com In control of tho chief transportation lines ated by the Holemnus. nt n handsome fashion for men. First thing w In Connecticut. They were nothing but stage lines, but they were worth controlling Just tho samo. Later on he figured as ono of tho capitalists of the Aetna Fire Insurance company of Hartford. His grandson Is J. Pler-poMorgan, Sr., and young J. P. la of course, his greatgrandson. Of all tho mulUratlllonalros of our day, Morgan tho elder remains tho most Inscrutablo. All tho othors. D( Rockefeller, Harrlman, Rogers and the Y--reat havo at. one time or another th&wed out In the presence of tho can kest ne secured by hav-yi newspaper and magazine mon MorH1 clothes made to l gan has never thawed out His is az far removed frpm pubindividual measure lic acruUny now as It was whon ho bv tailors who know how. was tho center of tho whirlwind contest with Jay Gould forty years ago. Cv&$V Such a firm is lS Current Llteraturo RISE OF MORGAN DYNASTY ttaltir Siott, a join., . mill Oddfellowsliip, Marriage Licenses Correct4 Style X your ty t&kff lm&&$& Cfi$Wtti fMLir tHm S lW' yur HE BROKE THE ENGAGEMENT Cruel Misunderstanding Disrupts Matrimonial Plans of Count and Chicago Girl. t ;v Tho sudden death In Now York of Mr Clifton Robinson, "the traction fjmfiwi Vf H ur 6uara,,tee ns well as theirs Uii.T," was being dlscussod In a New vStMMllfoh steads back of every York club. ffimmtiy. ii vW .. .i i "3Ir Clifton Robinson." said a New garment oruereu. S) vork man, "built miles and miles of itrtet railways In this country. He xj i; l ii a u c y Wys ''& liked this country. He especially tailors. ( 'k----- J liked our young men. onco heard him Bay that our ioung men wore not morconary that It was practically unknown fot an E. R. ELLISON American young man to marry for nonoy. But a young forelgnei, ho declared, would marry his grandmother I" thoro was a hundred a year it. It. "A Chicago woman on a liner, ho cald, once remarked: " 'Yes, Mabel was engaged to bo profit oaoh yonr during that period, know they will havo tm In our shirt naiTlod to a bandBomp young count and they liuvo steadfuHtly refused all tall ngnln ns they did whon wo woro ho met In Dudapost last summor; tut there was a cruol misunderstand-tig- .' prevloiia offers for tho property until kids now, Uiey havo practically offurod a fortune for It. Scores of HIckmnnltou "'Indeed, how was that?' asked A Logan county man got his flngor vial this resort annually. womnn. out off by monkeying with a stovu. count,' waa tho reply. un- "'Tho That's what a fellow gotfl trying to her father was a multlmll-lonalro.- " Trigg county will vote on local op- do his wlfo's work. tion April 8 and both sides arc running columns of special advertising An exchange rofors to "honeymoonin tho Cadiz Record. ing" as calf lovo. Tho bellowing mlkffi'&d a 5$$$ whose exclusive we have. local agency mmMrk The following went granted The Indep. ndent Order of Odd Fel lows Is a noble Institution owe of to marry In Oblun county lai the best fraternal orRHHlautloiw lit I. I. MarTWMtUw ami ICtta I Il Is doing a work whleli In II. J. Ittola SMd itormh Rib r muoh needed among men .today. It O. T. KNRSttt and lllanrltr W Is not a religious nor a political or lifMM KxnaxMiy and a iw M ganization. It 1ms no craetl save the Maj Cynu Suirk nasi aommon Fatherhood of God. Um UniIt M IMsimIcw aM lUNNt versal UriHherniHid of Man, a clrvum-Hpea- t (I. II. Calltw simI V.rn M life ami true Charity. What ttmm MM? hshI Nannie Hrm Friend-ship- . more crwd does K nccdT NImhi Tmrr ksmI Kalk rain ImHh Hickman worktngman's wage Love and Truth "The Um links mim! Alma I llorac of tho chain which binds all TKUiS la the legitimate target of every merW P. llniMMMW ami Odd Fellows toetlier, it Is no won-du- r chant," aaya the Judge, but tome of Tob TNkr anil Hiull Hmin the guna used ought to be spiked In that the ordar is proApcrlng. our PRESCRIPTION DEPT. A fine She is like a great tree plsHUwl In wm a vMM.ir In It K. Ur( tli'o poll of naiualntaHce ami nssocl.v line of Oruga and Sundries .reason, CHf Inat wrk. (Ion whose roots are the ties of ably priced. Hickman Drug Co. Friendship, who trunk and brnnrh- Mualc, roadlng nnd pictures a' Os Is Love, nhoite wives nnd bl Moving pictures Saturday night. Ijrrlc. March 1. soma Is Truth, and whoso fruit la Charity. These virtu on are prognu-h!yand this Is the natural order of thorn, for men must have social In ftTrcourso In order to form the Ilea of Friendship. Sociability, therefor- -. Is tho underlying principle of our order. Sociability is the soil that nourishes tho tltts of Friendship. As. Iovo on n not bo totitovsud upon nn object. unknown Sociability and Friendship are tho foundations of Lovo. As Truth Is the child of Loe so Ivo must precede Truth. Truth Ih tho crowning virtue of man's preparation for usefulness. The tree may have nn abundance of loaves and blossonm nnd yet bear no fruit, yet these are necesHary to Uio bearing of fruit. Therefore, whon a man has attained to the vlrluos of Friendship, Lovo and Truth he Is only prepared 50c underwear now for usefulness. It is fjnly by the union and co operation of Love nnd Truth that Uio fmlt truo Chnilty Is produced. Sociability, Friendship, Heavy winter coats Love nnd Truth nro tho mentis and 75c sweaters Charity Is tho und, of truo Odd -l- -4t - Irrll Ihia 1 o Wmrer! Winter! The largest reductions are being made at H. E. Curlins, to comply with the weather, as it gets colder we lower the price. 1.00 40c 85c 4 ... JPmCK C i& Hv f on-eth- er The beautiful lassuns tnught In our degrees nro solemn nnd Improsslve and nro glvon In such n way that I hoy .nro indelibly writtun upon the tablets of tho attentive heart. Agreeably to the mothods of our divine Toacher, tho Truths of Odd Fellowship nro conveyed In tho universal language of symbolism. Our o doors are open to all mon who to live Justly and charitably, but closed (o tho Holflsh, the unjuu, tho unchnritablo, tho idle nnd the curious. W. Q. STOCKTON, Clmplaln. du-slr- 25c wool hose 10.00 Suits now 2.00 wool hats now 50 and 75c caps 2.00 wool shirts Jmm ". 1 1.50 40c 20c 6.00 50c i'50 " ' L.1.00 3.00 now 40c 1.50 All rubber overshoes snng proof, with 2;buckle worth 1.50 overshoes " It Is roportfd Umt J. It. Rrynnt, of Hickman, In tho last three weoks, hns bought 100,000 bushols of corn on tho river, nbovo New Madrid. Now Madrid Record, 125 loo ..."loo ; 2.25 1,25 00c I Phone 4 9 VEGETABLES Iko Helton, at Ilayouvlllo, raised PRODUCE 1100 bushels of corn last season, and C. II. M00KE FRUITS has planned to plant CO aens In cotton and ICO acres in corn this year. jjtimi Col. John 8. Harper, who died nt nioomlngton, Illinois, last Monday, claimed to hnvo been tho founder of FOR SALE: Full stock Rhodo Rod Eggs at 7Gc per setting of 1C7 country weeklies during tho 78 17. Nnnnlo Self, IIFD 1, Hlckman.3p years of his life. H. E. Curlin V, V r.sw . ip t',K r n U"rpijg)t t"l"- - XjXIWTJU Lyric Saturday nlfbt. Lyric, Wednesday, March 1. ANNOUNCEMENTS. JOHN WALTER SMITH. Wo are authorized to announce 8. A. NOBMAN, LAUNDRY -- AT- tffei Hob Ittirlitiiinii Heard On the Streets Lyric far your money's worth. Yt sterdny was a legal holiday. Maryland 8anator Has Repuas tation Hard Worker. Hiunllitox In Kullon. Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Kennedy ror Insurance. Lyric Thentro, Monday night. Helm & Ellison Bells Kerry's car- den seeds. Mis. M. E. Rose Is reported on tho sick list. It pays to pay cash A. A. Farls. Geo. D. Annltago n it 10 Aieinpnis. of Maylleld, as a candidate far Stato Senato from the district composed of tho counties or Graves, Fulton and Hickman, subject to tho action of tho Democratic Primary Election, on May 27, 1911. Wo far your coal. a ssslslslslslsissssssssBksW U homo rrotn 4 Best Work Lowest Prices i snort visit. wjis horo Sunday on I. at Wut- -r Do your spring painting S. Helm & Ellhimt. with B. ssaisslslslsH Mrs. Emallno Stokes died Vnlley, Sunday. Standard garden seed or every description at Uottersworth &. Prather'a. Don't tnko our word; try us. I lick, A display or all tho new corset In fact everyone theso days, seeks man Furniture Co. models far this week only at Smith to savo tlmo and the telopbouu U tliu greatest tluicsavor that baa over U you want to purchase real ob- - & Amborg's. bouu Invented. It la Instantaneous. tato see M. U. Shaw. Ir prices and Quality will get your You can send and receive your mes Beech drove neighborhood U hav trade, wo are It. Hickman Furniture sage at tbo same time. It brings disCompany. tant cities and towns within your ing a measles epidemic. Miss Hcck'a humorous readings at rtach almost Instantly. It connects WEATHER: Fair today" and Friday you locally with everyono or promt with rising temperature. tho Lyric W.xlnesdny night will do light you. uenco ir you have not a telephone FOR 8ALE: 25 TON8 ALFALFA or the Cumberland Telopbouu & Miss Kith Klmbro Is back rrom a W. 8. ELLISON. Company, call our malinger Im- HAY-S- EE vial" with Miss Lizzie Coruiu, at mediately for rates and Information Judge H. Moors mnde n buil-GronfloldTonn. It you use llio Hell service you are trip to Cnlro yesterday. lu tbo center or tbo entire Hell sysMrs. J. H. Russull has returned lo Put your ahouldur to thu wheel ror Memphis after n visit with Hickman tem, connecting with over rive mil lion telephones and every Imporatnt a bigger nnd better lllakinnn . friends nnd relatives. city and town In the United Static Hear Miss Hook humorous readings S. A. Norman, candidate far Stato Cumberland Telephone & Tolegrapl at the Lyric Werituwday nlghL Senator, was lu town Tuesday Company, Incorporated. ad to the voters why ho Is the It goods dout suit and prices dont suit, dont buy. Hickman Furniture mnn far tho place. Co. MEN and WOMEN, sell guaranteed hose, 70 per cont profit. Maky J10 a Rogulnr sorvlces at tho Presbyter-Inday. Full or part tlmo. Beginners church Sunday morning and oven-In- . Investigate Wear Proof, 3038 Chest nut St., Philadelphia. Pa. lApr .Mies Wright la visiting ruin- The then In Trimble, Taiin., ror n fow come Chiueso Government has beactive In nn attempt to stay ilnys. the prrogresa or tho plague. Instruo Mlm Carrlo Turnuy, of Clinton, ; Uoiih have been Issued that ovory vilI he guest of Mrs. S. M. Nnlfali this lage burn IU dead. Do Your Trading Here Tele-Kruph l- n -- Progressive Citizens, Mrs. Nannie Kingman hna gone to Loulsvlllu to spend n faw days. to announco W. A. FKOST, Don't forget to renew your sub or Wlngo, a candidate far the State scription to the Courier. The paper Senato rrom the district composed stops when the time Is out no or the counties or Fulton, Hickman and Graves, subject to the action ot tho Democratic Primary Election nn Pratt's Poultry and Stock rood at May 27, 1911. Holm & Ellison's. are authorlzen When the bowels become Irregular you are uncomfortable and the longer this condition exists the worse you fool. You can get rid or this misery quickly by using HEROINE. Take a dose on going to bed and se bow flne you reel next day. Price COe. G Sold by Hickman Drug Co. White Plymouth. Rock Chickens far sale now, and eggs through the season. Mrs. A. K. McConnoll, Hick2o man, Ky. Illekmnn must buslnum liOIIM-H- . havu some more (MI0IMMI0IMIMMMMIIMIN JaHslllllllllHsil iiSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSB M Let Us Fix YOUR HOT WATER TANK X HICKMAN n see me winter close out at Curlin's. The colder the . at the slighted sign of trouble. Delay in such a case is almost sure to mean danger as well as annoyance. As a matter of fact, at the beginning is the best time to attend to any plumbing trouble. Call us in then and your plumbing bills will be smaller, through ours are always moderate in any case. GROCERY CO. veather, lower the price. 444"4t4444 BELIEVES IN GOOD ROADS. Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co Both Phones Mo. 73 and Save Money . . . on your Groceries Meats, etc. Trade at Home, The Courier baa the finest line of !I2 calendar sample that will be cm.ii In lllckuinu, now ready ror your inspection. 1'ntronUi' tliu homo mau fliid iuiv.1 salesman's expenses or 2u per cent. Calendara suitable lor all lines of liuil.nrMi; see thorn at our office, or our n preaenUtlvu will iii. it your plaet of litMuosa. Hut uy nt home. 1 Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, frc Office. See samples. mAt Jit Courier Croup Causes uneasy nights but If you will llouoy It will iiiw Hr, llell'H I'lno-Tn- r relievo In u row minutes. Tliuro Is nothing bettor, Guaranteed by nil dealers AlrH. 0. ft w friend Baltzor entertained V at C o'clock dinner Tuna-d- a evening In honor of her husband h 37 Hi birthday. I In Its growth. A few iIowk of WIDTH'S CREAM VERM1-- I I (3i: destroys and xmIh (ho worms the child ImiuodUitoly improves nnd thrives wonderfully. I'rTco -- !o a. botfi tle .Sold by lllckmnii Drug Co. Campbell-CallahaImplement Co. I the iiauu! r a now firm nt Fulton. IncoriKirntlon import worn riled this W.(k by .Inn. H. Campbell, L. T. nnd (luy 11. Howard. The cap-itn- l C.il-lithn- li handicapped A child that hna Intestinal worms Mock la $10,000. SCO WILL HUY lot No. 7 In Henry Addition, ir token this month. This Hcctlnn Is building up raster than any other part or Hickman, and lot 7 is on tho Btreot containing tbo largest number or homes. Inqulro nt this prrico. T. J. Malotio was In tills city yesThis week In corset woek at Smith terday on business. Jerry ncknowl-rdgo- s & Amberg'H. that Hickman looks might? All Hit now model on aoud to him nnd that ho and his wife display. may return hero soon to mnko their If you wnnt carpontnr work done, h. me. rail on or phone O, L, Collins, Homo Mario Staplolon-Murrnsoprano, Plione, . a&sUted by Elizabeth Heck, reader, J. W. Morris spont aovernl day will glvo a concert nt tho Lyric, y In .Meiuphbi Inst weok attending tho night, March 1. Under tho automobile show. auspices or tho Amateur Musical Had Georgo Washington lived all Club. Don't uilss this treat. these yearn, he would havu Ixtiu 130 The Priwldent last Thursday reapyotira old yosturduy. pointed Judge George Dultello, of United States District AtMIba Frank) u Held, tho Courier so-ereporter, Is In liulnvlllu visit-liu- j torney far tho Western district or Kentucky. Tlila wim tho oftlco J. C. friends this week. SpulRhl thought ha was going to get. Hrown & McCohee, of Jackson, purNo. 100 Will sell on easy torais chased tho "Aunt" Snlllo Thomas residence on Troy ave. loud east of Illokmau yeriturdny ror a nlco 1300. Tho trnot coutnliiH n fnictlon Dig lot, concrete walks, cistern, etc. Place can bo bad far $100 less than or ten acre. owner paid, which was paid before RIVER: Rose about one foot at Improvements wcro mode. Good s Hickman In last 21 hours. Cairo far selling. luqulro at Courier d Quage reads 32.1 rising. It Is offlco. that the present rise will reach 38 to 40 feet. Tho dear old dame, Madam Humor, says that tho 1. C. Railroad Is now PLANTING COTTON SEED FOIt figuring on entering Hickman via SALE: Write ror papunt giving pricFul.'on. There may bo somo merit es and other particulars concerning In the report, as Hickman Is a logical HIg Doll Seed. J. the point In the shortening of somo ol 1). OZIEIt, Corinth, Mlso. 4tp. their linos. There seems to bo an Illchnrd Gorlnch, residing near IrrosUtlblo temptation to railroads Danville, Ky., told his crop of gin- and other big concerns to get Into seng to New York firm nt a fraction th'j city nnd IU sonslblo. ovei G a pound. Somo of the single havo ono of tho Flllson Bros., roota brought V each. Ho Bold a square for $212. most uptodnto stores In tho state, patch twenty-fivloot have Just made another big Improve-tiisn- t PIIESHYTEHIAN CHURCH: Regu In their business. They havo lar worship Sunday morning and ev- Installed two cold storngo show cases ening. Morning wibjoct, "Tho Un- .n which they will display their perrein Companions or Man." Evening ishable goods. Ono or theso cat.es You have n is about ton fact In length by sovm o lecture on Elijah. standing Invitation. Wm. G. Stock- fet high, with sovon nlr tight compartments or receptncles. On tho hot ton. test days, butter and othor things on Tho oily council nt Clinton hn display in this enso will bo next to passed nn ordinance ImiKisIng n li- finzen. This Is a big Improvement cense tax on all lines or buslucttfl over tho old methods, and otho that and prorcMslonnt man doing business rhould appeal especially to tho In the city. Tho now ruling will tnku effect March 10. Tho nmoiinta range from $2.R0 to S500 a year, tho latter Mrs. Ernest Johnson cntetrtalned being tho prlco of opuratlng a pool very charmingly Tuesday at n Washington birthday party nt her homo on loom. by hustling lumber Troy avonuo. Punch was served W A. Dodds, tho Misses Mnry Maddux and Miriam Lu now figuring on putting up a man, courw was also served. brick building ton, n salad handsome three-storThoso present woro tho following: on his lots now occupied by tho lumMofdninos W. A. Johnston, C. B. Traber office. An architect Is now en- vis, 11. H. Johnson, Cuo Threlkold, . raged In drafting plans and Bpoclflca-tlonaII. K. Prather, W. II. Haltzer, E. B. Mr. Dodds promlsca to put T. T. Swr.yne, S. M. Hubup n building that will be a credit Prnther, C .8. Driver, B. O. Hale, L. A. bard, to tho town ir he carries out hla presStono. 8. L. Dodds, II. T. Davis, S. ent Intoutluns. I). Luten, C. G. Schlcnker, J. C. SexIt has been suggested that tho city ton, F. S. Moore, It. M. Isler, J. T. limits or lllckmnii should bo oxtond-.i- l Stephens, A. E. Kennedy, D. 11. Wilfo as to Include lu tho city tho son Henry Sanger, J. A. Thompson. vi.lnus new additions nnd suburban Carl Schmidt, J. C. Ellison, E. H. sections. This Is not a bad Ellison, Ben Hcrtweck, Gus Moore, r J. O. Stubbs, J. II. Russell, T. Idea. Why not innko tho lino to C. II. Mooro, P. II. Curlln, tho new belt lino railroad around or town? This would W. L. Helm, It. L. Brndley, J. W. tho south pnrt nmkt all us fallows that llvo Junt Roiicy, E. E. Reoves, W. J. Barry, over tho lino, nnd who enjoy all tho Vnl Carpenter, W. S. Ellison, R. B. bmcrits or tho clty'a Improvements, Brevard, S. T. llopor, Percy Jones, w. A. nayior. bear somo or tbo exponoo. 32-3Wed-nesdaU rca-souper-dieteOilor-Ilussell o e 1 y rol-lo- Week. Ixulsvlllo. Delaware will liavo a highway the entire length of t&o state, 103 ntkis. Tills wad atunircd Whon It was announced authoritatively tfxvt Culomon du Pont, fannerly of Louto-vlUniulUmllltontUrc, proHhlent of tJio du Pont Powder Co., couMn of Senator du Potit, had otTenil toalvance J 1,000,-00- 0 for tho coiiMtniotlou of tiho hbjh-w-aHe wunts it to bo 100 foot la width. ON A LESSER CHARGE. ttmAAmAmmimmmmmfm TAKE NOTICE... USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS Owing to the fact that some of our customers are dilatory in paying their Water and Lights Accounts, which are due and payable at our office ON OR BEFORE THE 10th of each month, we wish to announce that in the future the rule governing this branch of our business will be enforced to the letter. Our Collector will make collections on Main street only, between the 1st and 10th of each month, 'and will call but one.time for this account. Failure to see you doesjiot exempt you from the penalty of being cut off. Parties living in the outskirts of the city will please arrange to either send check or money, or make arrangements with one of the banks to pay their accounts. Campton. IjitUkt and John Ckiir, la Jadl luixi on tho oltargo of killing tiie-Ibroulior, William, a deputy slioriff of this county, at Ieo City, wore given an examining trial ami the chargo of nuir-de- c waa dlHtnl;Rl( but tlwy wore held for tlnir apinxu-ane- e at tho May torm of court lo aiwwer the oliarge of Tlie- oKtiurt that the killing wa accidental. r - QUARREL ENDS FATALLY. SamerooL L. II. Brogrnssa, who was bIuh by Jay Coojior, dksl in the city hospital. Tbo shooting wua tlio result of a quarrcl over a pool game In wivloli Uie two men wvre engaged. Brogrustn was a machinist and wus wry Kiimlor. Before ho died he asked Pint CoqMr be not prost'outtxl as he waw to bkuno for tflio trouble. Hunter's Don't think that you will be the favored one as we will enforce the rule regardless of excep lions. Hickman Ice Incorporated giMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMM-iltilMMMMMlllMM- Coal Co. l near here, died and the other lad to K killed. Tho aulmnls valued at $500 had hewn turned loose In a pasture Portwood, a farm-o- r ho left for Irvine soverol dnj--s ago, has not been located yet. Ms dltppearruioo it a desi Richmond. two valuable horses, the animals lighting to the death One lot Bottoms. August Raker, J. T. DILLON, Manager nnr 0. D. Bra.'villeld, Lexington. Prof. M. A. Oasnldy, No Longer of tlio Iexlngton olty naliools, and who is president of tho Southern Educational asooolatioo, baa Itstiicd a call for a peclal mooting of tlie oxrcntivo committee of tilie to bo hold at Mobile, Ala., February 23, to cleot tJio tlmo and plaod for the annua.) convention. iiaso-elatio- Expensive in spite of its great superiority to all other methods of illumination. The inventor of FIro damaged tho stock of tho Fulton Dry Goods Co., Monday night, to tho extent or about $1,000, and destroyed tho ladles store run by Mrs. Prlco. Dr. Luton lost his nffico nnd fixtures. Heart Cypress Hand Drawn gles for sale. Ward. B. G, Halo or Shin- J. W. Mrs. Martin Schmidt and children, Raymond and Mario, of Union City spent tho lntter part of tho week with her son, Carl Schmidt, nnd wife. FOR SALE: At my farm on easy terms, surplus stock sows ami pigs, shoats, 1 mala Jersey calf and ouo serviceable work mule, also somo Ewes and lambs. L. C. Maddox. Rev. Surgeon Wlngo, or Carroll county, Tenn., bos accepted tho call to tho Baptist Church horo and will begin his work tho first Sunday In March, the Tungsten lamp which requires only half the current of ordinary lamps makes electric lighting now really the cheapest as well as the best. See us about using it. Plans for lighting your home, factory or store free for the asking. Hickman Ice (Incorporated) Coal Co. c -- a t. dixiXion", arx., 3vrex. LsaMMajMft . !4-- n. -- . ..'--. i.i-j- - SI " SPRING See the New Low Shoes at H. E. Curlins the best line on earth. See the new A. E. Ncttleton's low shoes for men at H. E. Curlins. Ask to see the New lasts that the Nettjeton's are built over, and the New Toes Friscoe, Composite, UNO JURY HEAD IS ILL EARTHQUAKE RUNS My dear Sir; Where arc you going to buy your "New Easier ILLNESS SERIOUS WOODYARD'S IF NOT DANGEROUS. Man Who Hat Been Moving Spirit of Invtitloation Laid Up at Home In Ridge Farm. 1ES N TURKEY suit the"most 'fastidious, "most conservitive, and 'most up to date dress that is'in U. S. A. The Quality is there long after the price is forgotten. OLD FASHION QUALITY and NEW FASH-ION y Fenway, permit, Windsor, Combination, Dixie, and Pumps. These Oxfords are built to Hi-Bo- SHAPES ARE combined in Nettleton's Shoes. "Let us show you" "THE MAN'S SHOP." I 1 H. E. CURLIN Danville, 111., Keb. 21. Isaac Wood-yarforeman of the grand jury o! Vermilion county. Is 111 at Ids homo la Kldgo Farm and Is nut nblu to servo and probably not with bis again during thu uubslon of tho body. Ills iihysiclau said tbat he was buffering from thu grip and was In a sorlous, If not dangerous, condition. Woody urd became 111 shortly aftor tho grand Jury adjourned Frida'y after-nooSaturday bis condition grow worst and Sundny It was thought for a time that ha could not ltvu. Ho rallied later and became stronger. When the grand Jury met at 1:30 o'clock It proceeded to elect ti now foreman and continue Its duties. Woodyard has been thu guiding spirit In the investigation. He did it greater part of the examination of tho witnesses, and It was ho who fought off outsldo lulluonccu whon an effort was tnado to block tho Inquiry. n. d, SEVERAL MOSQUES INCLUDED IN DAMAGE SOME LIVES RE- PORTED LOST. Tog" the time Is drawing near, and we all should come out in cur Royal suits, Easter being on April 16th and will likely be warm, I've just looked over the largest line of WOOLENS at II f ASK GOVERNMENT FOR AID Curlins and I know that he has every pattern that It is possible for any one house to show, you OUGHT TO AT LEAST CALt Violent Disturbances Are Also Experienced In Provinces of Central Italy People In Panic as Chimneys Fall. Constantinople, Fob. 21. A violent earthquake was experienced at Monaa-tl- r and oltewhore throughout tho vilayet of Monastlr. There waa some loss of life. Several mosques and houses were demolished. The imputation Is camping out and suffering Intensely with tho cold. The authorities have appealed to""lhe government for 300 tonts and relief funds Monastlr Important City. Monastlr is a town of Buropean Turkey, capital of, tho vilayet of Monastlr, In Macedonia. SS miles northwest of Salonlkl. It Is an Important military center and has a largo trodw In wheat and tobacco, besides hnvlng manufactories! of gold and silver ware and carpets. Tho population, whloh Is estimated at 45.000. Is a medly of all the nationalities to Im found In Macedonia, the Christians tmiutwring half of th total. Earthquake Damage In Italy. ivy. 21 An oarthquako Homo. which from Its violence mutt have been very destructive, shoow central Italy. The province of Kmlllal, the Marches snd Tuscany were the greatest sufferers. Several buildings wore damaged at Fori I and Catena. One occupied house at Casena collapsed, and many chimneys fell. A child's shoulder and a man's arm were broken. A wild panic selzvd the people. They Many were attending mass. rushed out of the churchus, and several were thrown down and crushed or bruised. The shook was less vie-Uthough considerable elsewhere. nt, AND LET HIM SHOW WEAR FOR MEN. YOU THE NEW CREATIONS IN Any thing less, than a fit is no fit at ah with the Royal Tailors. . II. E. Curlin "The Man's Shop." RAILROADS ARE REBUKED PROGRAM Lyric, Wednesday Night, March 1 Commerce Commission Orders Contract, Abrogating Act to Regulate Commerce, Disregarded. FINANCIAL STATEMENT Of the City of Hickmnn, For the Year 1010, Showing the Exact Condition of the City's Finances. GENCHAL : Wasltlngtoti, Keb. 21. Railroads 'weru "pjitJn their place" by the , commUsluu The rebuke was administered In a dcctsloa ordering the Pennsylvania and other railroads to deliver shipments nf live, MARIE STAPLETON-MURRASoprano stock on the side tracks of a Haiti-mor- e firm, dusplte the fact that a priElizabeth Beck, Reader Lucile Bondurnnt, Accompanist vate contract, drawn up by the carriers, specified that the cars should b Auspices Amateur Musical Club delivered at tho Baltimore stock yards. "Carriers should not make conirflota -. . a Ah, Love, But a 2jy Beach which abrogate tho act to rogulate b Ashes of Roies .. .. Woodman commerce," declared Uto commission. 1911 FUND ACCOUNT. .- c Sunbeams , Ronald 'Puccini CITY Homes balance from' year 1 7G7 . nwL reed. Tutu Dillon Jr for Iain, ilmw, eta. . SIMM" ami. rcd; Turn Dillon Sr . tor flue, ulo. . 4760 ; HWL reed. John Wright for flH so v. CX , .. awl. reed, from HkkttMH Bank, laxea a Hit rtd. P. & M. Hank for iaxm 1M. T rmc reed. II. C. IleJw. for IteetMe, ete low 4 Ts ami. borrowr) from Itkksn HtMJi". To Te To To To To 10 tax, - 2. 3. a b c Vissi d'arie, Vissi d''amort (La Tosca) Humorous ReanlngMiss Beck .- -,. HELD IN CONTEMPT ltk HHCov. Dearest To You Flower Rain INTERMISSION Four clmerican Indian Songs From the Land of the e Wafer. The While Dawn is Stealing. Far Off I Hear a Lover's Flule. The cMoon Drops Lovj. Sky-blu- .... ..... Officials of Clay Center, Kas., Made U Pay Costs for Tearing Down. on. lly salary aecoHHt lly atrwta, light Him, water Hy IlT Poles and Wires. Washington, Feb. 21. Tho supreme court ueld practically ovory member of tho city government of Clay Center, Kas., guilty of contempt of court. In their action In cutting down tho poles and wires of the Clay Center Light and Power company In November, 1910. fMSHI 4TI4ST USfcti Havjley Schneider ... trtwglM (fctfier, motrrtal). dtetlNg prfcuHwre . 4. ... Cadman PUT END TO FILIBUSTER The court, however, decided not to punish the offondars more than requiring them to pay all cost In thu IUIU Representatives, by Heavy Majority, Vote to Suspend Rules for Remainder of Session. Washington, Feb. 21. Uy a voto of to At, the house voted to suspend the rules and mako the remaining days of the session suspension dsys. This rule was reported by the houae rules committee to turmlnste thu filibuster started by Repreic ntative Mana of Illinois. The filibuster In tho bouao, originally started by Representative Mann of Illinois, was continued when the bouse wet at 10 o'clock In the morning. Despite tho long illlbuster on tho omnibus war claims bill the attendanse was fairly good, bvt Representative, Dennett of Nuw York made thu point of no quorum and a roll call was ordered. During the Interim since ths house was last lu session tho leaders on both sides of the house trld to agree on a program by which the omnibus claims bill could be put through the house and sont to the senate. 17C IttMM. COttWgtotM dtowwt lly tnxw crdll tm mMm. ImhmI lly error In aatnmMt My IhC en borrowed wossy lly tffW iHraMur far CmhI lly MlMslhiiNM eialMM ImlftRe 10 enNlIt .... IIS TH m&M l.lo IS&JN MJe HI. IB 9US3I .XI'jHU: thin aaxami, Humorous 'Reading Miss Beck Leon WATCR 6. a b Coolan Dhu An Irish Love Song c cMy Aln Folk .. Lang BURNING LIQUOR KILLS Te Iml from d The Nightingale Lemon German Farmer Mtsts Death In Peculiar Form While Riding In Stephens His Own Buggy. Eldorado, la., Fob. 21. Hobort aged 46, a German farmer living here, was burned to death under peculiar circumstances. He was returning home in a buggy, when a bottle of alcohol becamo Ignited, sotting fire to his rloUilng. Neighbors saw the man and buggy In (lames, but when they reached his side, they found ho had been'roasted to death. Pin-ska- To awe Jr.. fm Uxmt To ami, rved from Intorwl m msm I0M reod. Tom Dillon year i Jr. 1. ln LIGHT DOND ACCOUNT. .IMUuk . M)o 101 Mi T ami. To amu rd. Mod. . . , . ixiywm Tom m mn 10. I.. CarpoHtor) mum r.. tor laxmi tOOeo 176 oh Admission 35 and 50c; Seats on sale at Hickman Drug Co , To niHU rertl. HUkimiH Hunk far taxew To amu rHl. P. & M. Hunk, fer taiM t2 7000 48ti((M CR. lly amu Ioah! durlNK ywr lly IhUcmk pahl mi Umda ImkiHcv to oredlt thin aiL Jan. To amu rsod. H, JtUO.W) 1S6HUH) 3uaooi .IBttON $ 1, lOlI . Fire Cost Seven Lives. Sutton, W. Va., Feb. 21. Savon per sons lost their lhes in a lire which de stroyed the home of J. D. Hardin In this city. Only Mr. Hardin escaped. the six remaining members of his family and n little girl, who made her home with the Hardlns, perishing. Tho fire was causea by a natural gas grato. Steamship Arrives on Fire. Newport NtWB, Va., Fob. 21. The steamship Slotordljk of tho Holland-Americahero from Rotline arrl-e- d terdam with the cargo In her forward hold on fire. Tugs and Are engines extinguished tho llajjes. a CITY HALL ACCOUNT. ll4m, for rent cn. TOWC 112.14 41.S.1 60s;.'. lly labor ami material ruimlra lly ImHiniHoa lly overdraft from yetir 18W Orerdtnft Jan. 1st, Kill. 1MI.S2 SLAIN FOR I8IM7 JELLING DOG Illinois Mine Foreman Is Trampled to Death and Four Men Aro Held as Suspects. Make Every Dollar Worth More Than a Dollar... This store makes prices that are real persuaders. You look at a beautiful piece of furniture, and wish you could afford to buy it. You look at our red price rag, and find that you CAN afford to buy it. Just that experience awaits you here. We think we can show you the Centralis III., Feb 21. Rovonge for shooting a dog Is sa'd by the ollce to have been the cause of the killing of Toe Dorslnskl, 30 ars old, who was trampled to death by four men In his home. Four men, giving their names as President Hears Eva Booth. Washington, Fob. XX. The proiident Frank Borzerac, John Domlnlck, John Caraccz and Joe Scekvlnzakl, have and Mrs. Taft, as veil ns many members of the diplomatic corps, heard been arrested. They deny knowledge Commander .MIhh r3va llooth of the of the killing. Dorsluskl was a fore man In the South mine. Salvation Army spcik burn. n Revival At Chapel. Largest Stock of Furniture to be found in this section of the state, with variety to suit all tastes. It is impossible to give you an idea of our stocks, but will say that we can furnish the home from basement to garret for cash or credit. We have just 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. ST. LOUIS FURNISHING CO. Iff A big revival mootlni; began at tho Chapel in West Hickman, Monday night. Itov. Waller Jones is being nasUied by Itov. Harry O. Ityan, of Chairman's Gall, near Nnshvlllo, who Is preaching some oxcollent sormons, and the attendance boa boon good. Itov. Uyan Tho first legislative Democratic is a brother of John Ityan, a cltlzon Committee, composed of mombora of of this plnco until a fow months ngo. Evorybody linn a cordial Invitation Fulton and Hickninn counties Democratic Committer!), in hereby callud to ut'oixl rogardlosa of church to meet lu tho city of Columbus, Ky Monday, Feb. 27, at 10 n. in., for tho pmposo of designating n tlmo for nom Wnrd, tho furnlturo doctor, Is In Inntlng candidates to ropresont FulHickman this week. Tnko tho old ton and Hickman counties In the lowfurnlturo to him ami lot him make it er house of tho next General Assemlook like now. Phono 31. bly of Kentucky. (Signed) MOTT AYERS, Mi a. Fannlo Shaw had tho misforChairman First Legislate Demotune to fall, Sundny, on tho k Committee of Kentucky, near tho Methodist church and cratic hurt her right, limb. Sho Is hnrdl able to walk this wook. rorfuiacry. Helm & KUIsou. bUIu-wal- Mr. Ward, tho furniture repair mnn la In town this wook. Ho can rebuild your old furniture and mako It look as nlco aH now at a very Hiiiull cost. Over Kiiqua, Ilulm & Co. Tim ahove Mntanmnt ahown nmounl' Dial Imre notunlly bwil jMild doe not Include voucher mn ami not paid. TJm forenoliiK aUttimiiiiil showii a l.liiHO In Ilia Treamiry f ;o I)iirin Dm yeor 12160 wna oamxl ut f the Water &. Ilond A !.Iht 8curwl by first inortKnHu on Improved iwil oatntu, thereby Incaa the fund with whloh to inset tli imymant of the Wntor & Mjtlit lh to $0860. The only outatnndhiK City Hall Ilonds nre tho flvo bonds roden !lh tho B. Caao Memorial Fund. There la n balance of the lllvur llhnk Honda oulatandltu;, nmoun U 600 or C00, whloh la bttliiK reduitil niintinlly. Tho bonded IndebtetlnoM of the City, other Hum that heretofon- n tionid, la the JI0000 water and Unlit lunula, nnd upon wlikh InteroHt haa been jwvld promptly, nnd as above al.own thom ha bt-naldo 1C360 to be applied, on the pnyit-en- t of theee bouda when ilui , 1, 102!; nnd there hi nleo a balance In the Twmury to thla nrcouii' I01R.08, whloh la inoro than enough with which t p,,y tho winlnin Inloreet duo on tho bonda, March 1st, nnxU Tho other Indebtuilnwm of the oily, with the exouptlon of 11 f Mni,ll oiitHtniidlnK accountH, la no folltwa: Note t n. liiichanau fir 0U0; nolo to Hickman Hank for I100; a,h1 t0 ui Pariuowi Menha Hank for 600, uimn all of which Interna haa boon paid. - HoBpoctfull- - SUbllllttCMl, m C. Hi: M, City Chirk. Ilox Conchua mnilo Ward. Hobt. to order, by I'hono. 04. via-llln- j; KOI l HUNT: Dtmlrablo roaldi on tho hill. h. 1'. Klllson. H K. Curlin ruturneil from a bu now rlp to Ht. UmiIb, Saturday. Hnrncd, of Noahvlllo, la hla fathur, J. W. Ilnrned. loft Saturday ,.. ..i..i. Mra. C. H. I'atturaon n. rott, "", i nnd son, Kr- II II. HnrdliiK proHoutcd his dau for Huthurford, tor. MIhs Klnrunco, with a flno pin !r ... vmii ner purouifl. laat wook. ' Hoiuomlxir, If you ot a bluo mark JuiIro W. A. Nnylor nnd County on your paper thla wouk thnt It la tomoy J. w. Itouoy mado a biiHin. tho laat papor you will got until you trip to Kulton, Krldny. ronow. C. 8. Patterson 1b our author Clina. WanI, tho oxport upholatur that tho apricot, pear and plum crop or, will bo found at Kuijua, Holm & aro killed, nnd punches aro badW Co. atoro. Old furnlturo put lu tipdamned If not killed Tho cold flimp top ehapo. of Hundny night did tho work. ET & 86 L k. 03am;s SJWaSi& LHMILJfHk - fes SS XS v "SiSfflBSte "VaRKMSftv m K n WTALJgWffHfaJTl'r-vilea- jIA ISSSLMAsttJfllllA mti' ii . -J- HW' - "f A fe. w mttmwm a r wmi (. ,' ?x w r SS323Z2 T ir f W-M- i r -- -- i " "1 raK'rariserrr "a ky tta ::7Ui sw.iKXr & Vol t?Sv JJ3-fe- i 4 -- ? ifr'-r- r" -- l.Ti !f 1 m : - xiaH?ja ? :?fj-js- Mtfr" Brim Pull Hinges Queensware Collars Bgy. Harness Bridles lit Our store and warehouses are full and running have the largest line of over.-W- e Hatchets Hammers Graniteware Locks Saws Knives Scissors (ird'nTools Buggies Implements Saddles ww Its " M:W that we have ever had at anv time in our history. Our guarantee, "if not satisfied, YOUR MONEY BACK." Hickman 1 ri Hardware -- Company lNCOUl'ORATED- acafrrrfc H I " r Council Procc Milkman. hy , W22SW - tuu Feb. C, OThc of lollntlluiisthe following stat maili- by lilm dur l'l-r- flb-- Probably an Oversight. To The Public, 1 Il.tf the year 110 n-t-- d General Fund Account 1911. Council inol lu rcfiular sessluu, pre City Hall Account. .iit Mayor UUI011, Councllamn Ulor, To ami rcd from rout 1 a n, hull 11 uml Simulate. $ 1C 26 lly com. ou nbou 1 Aint. from I.loenw. etc $1H2uS ll com on above t 67 13 lly TroflH. ruoulpU .. 10H5.4:. 11121,8 1&2t 00 Uiat he had ex doedn to Conn bo holiU Sup' on luoltou upproved auil signed. Tom Dillon, 8r., receipt for naiiii-- . wuro pre Tliu following account W. J. Munnti, went half lot 3'". ! tented, properly approved uud 011 irf half lot 30x20, ft., colisldera allowed uud checks ordered Is- tUIH, $!. sued for amounts: Mm. Al CiiattMtur, west half of lot 307, Htm of half lot 50x20 ft , consid $0.35 A Dodds Lumber eration, $1G. Juo Wrilil, mruoi Hork....i:.!i Mnttlo 1'orroll (col.) lot No. 100, A 0 Curuilicm, sork ou utroii lu colored aumetery, bIio 20x20 It., 2.w .! uio-Uo- u il l llilui, CUrt, wan aUMiiU On lly Tmw. mopU , iii l uuiitiliuau Shumate was up The Clurk irportttd .. u link, pro lain. wen led the following .M i.uiis of last uimUuk weru rwiil nud that ten .. 60S.75 025 00 Poultry Wanted We will pay the highest market price in cash, for In calling tho legislative commltteo to meet at Columbus next Monday, it will bo noticed that Uio call is for so ing a time to nominate candidates for the legislature, but contains not a word nbout tho manner in which Uie candidates aro to bo nominated. Democrats in this county who want n primary should see thulr respective committeemen and mnko their wishes known. If you do not caro what Is done, make no effort to seo hlui, n tho matter will bo nttended to by Mimo of Uio politicians In tho way that they want, nnd you can rest as sured that Uio smallest number possi ble will nauio tho time and manner. Wo hnvo heard sorao favorable and some ndverso criticism on tho article In lust week's paper under tho caption ".Much Confusion." Tho artlclo was written with admonition to act conservatively during tho present fluctuations In real estnto prices. We had In mind tho lack of uniform prices v, hero all conditions were equal. This In Itself would indicate a somewhere, naturally resulting In n confusion of real values. It is n compliment to tho town and surrounding country to experience a rise In the tldo of land values, and these values will stand at a much higher mark than ever before, but wo still 111.1 ntnln that n limit can nnd will bo reached, as Is Invariably tho caso any where else on earth. We hnvo In mini a certain plcco of Hickman property which Is altogether overpriced No man of business sense would buy It, because other property can be bought for loss which Is just ns good, and ho knows this would not pay 2 per cent on tho purchnso price, to say nothing of depredation. It would bo well for tho town If it could bo reasonably bought and Improved lhit no. Tho owner will not o'lters cannot. And our point Is that this piece of property would bo poor measure for tho value of property nround It becauso none of it would over hnvo a buyer. Hcsult Tho town Is Jield bnck In Improve-input- s because of Inflated prices nnd a confusion of values. And is anyone any hotter .off lu dollars and cents? y As wo havo been in Uio photograph business in Hickman almost 20 years, wo nio going to show our appreciation nud at Uie same tlmo celcbrato our 20Ui anniversary by giving our patrons the advantage of tho following low prices for a short time only: CABINET PHOTOS, a doz..$2.00 75c POST CARDS, a dor $1.00 MANTILLAS, a doz Thanking 0110 and all for past fa vors and soliciting a continuance of S same, wo aro respectfully,. PHOTOGHAI'lI GALLERY. Over Ledford & Handles. KOSE-DALE'- tJltir travii luupliiu il.it. niu-- Stono & Uruul Co., for 1800b coiMMemtlou, $10. llrlUgo Co f05.71 Urn year 1010. Hickman leo & Coal Co, HgliU71.60 On motion the above reports 1 nriiii-&. MuralinnU ltauk, lutui- The Clerk filed n statoment of Uie financial affairs of Uio City for and fll ia ou uoto lliikinait HUw. cJ and published. Co., labor uml matur On motion Council adjourned. mi for City Hall Attest: II. C. Holm. City Clerk. On motion, Uiu uboiunt for 1'Jll owned by 8. I un iou Noa m Pre. Lntln, of the C. M. & O . doUUh, wan reduced froui $ was hero Friday looking after a pre000. liminary survey for lila road throimh that the Innd recently bought by Jackson, J T Seat prosonled ?jU of his fluo bo romlttcd. On Tunn., peoplo. The latter wore anxcarried thu roipiout ious to know about where the line iiuido und w mj refUHed. would hit them Bhould It bo extended ou to MotropollH In the future. .MayMoved ntid seconded Uiat tht or uppoiul a coiiunltteo to confer The dentil of Geo. Mencham, foni-ri.nli proputy owuera nloiiK Clinton nf Kiiltnn. lute of San FrnncU- whotbor or nM. bin it uud uncurtain ., urn n..t-.i- . i 1.1 .11 for lite nnviiiKinn lu Hhrmiilpil In mvHtery. The of Clliuon street In front of their ,ed of wounds In his brount made properly, with the understanding that i,y ft knife. Ills wife has been nrrest-iltost lo ouch will bo refunded l (d churned with commltUm? tlio deed. iiiji. two nnd three years in taxis. i,ul Hhe'elalniK that ho committal lhe Maor thereupon appuiutcd on suicide. The body was burled al Ful 1111 comuilttoe, Ulor, Shuuiato ami ton this week. llulu Our lovlim sister, Hula Mnnluy, died Itipnrt of Ulty Treasurer for .Inn., Fob. 10, nt llogotn, Teiiu., ago 12 1'tll: yenrt. She loaves one iirmuor, .1. . Dotson nnd nine children to mourn General Fund Account, $lUWi.B2 her loss. She wnX' married to Dock 1310 1.. bnl from year yonrs ngo. She 100.7" Mnuloy twonty-olgh- t To ami reed II. C. Holm.... s bhives a host of frlonds nntl relaTo i.mt reed Jim. Wrlfiht.... a good lo unit ret-- Tom Dillon Sr. 43120 tives In Kentucky. 8ho wns mot hur christian wmnnn and always $2070.17 friends with n kind, clioory word. mny Uiey llv checks paid during Jnn... COO.bO Ood bloss tho children and mother whuro partpropnro to moet Hrothor nnd wife. Hal to credit this account.. $2003.117 ing Is no more uio-tio- u v n.-i11111-- onlered $2000 itulematit weru reoeled, Hens Chickens Ducks Geese Etc. Come see us or call us on either telephone. Prices have Advanced! Will Advance again Soon. BETTER BUY NOW ! Lots in Business Sudblvlslon $225 to $350. Going Higher Fast. Will bo worth $1000 In two years. A big factory to move down from Louisville. Lots In G. B. Bond's Subdivision only $55 to $90 each. Houses $600 to $650. Two new Boat Lines coming. Two New Railroads coming. N. C. . St. L. building In West Hickman, too. Something Is going to happen. ELLISON BROS. This section wns In the grasp of a bllzard Sunday and Monday, nccoin pnnled by slight snow flurries. It Is possible that much fruit has been killed. Mnny fruit trees of early va rloly woro In full bloom several days bolero tho cold simp. Deputy Sheriff Tom Underwood arrested J Iin Amnions, nt Cnyce, Saturday, ou a charge of carrying concealed deadly weapons. Ho was relented ou n $100 bond Three of the best lots In Southern Heights, the swell residence section of Hickman. Prices right. Hickman Is going to boom. Get In the band wagon or you will get run over. Three lots sold dition last week. In G. B. Bonds Ad- Four lots sold this week In Something do Subdivision. Ing. Look out. Now Is your chance to get In on good thing you have been looking for all your life. Opportunities don't come every day, so trade wHb Russell Johnson or W. E. Bondurant before the prices go up again. No chniifio In City Hall AccL, slnco Tlint old rockor or couch needs up ,$81C47 last report, oovrdrawn y Alvls Hay, of near Mnyfleld, Miss Lncllo Kobblns, of Now MadTake It & Light Hond bolstering and varnishing. No chnngo lu Water Arthur Williams in building a Mrs. his leg nlmost off whllo shot Helm & to, or rid, Mo, Is visiting her sister, dence lu Hond's Addition. Acct, slnco last report, bal..$'J4C OS to Ward, ovor Fuuua, guaranteed. hunting Tuesday. A. A. Farls. phono 04. All work W. 0. Johnson, City Treoa. accl-dentl- Mnyfleld Is spending considerable money boosting Uielr town. It Is Evorybody needs a box couch. I time wo woro lining up on the mako them to your order. Chas. Ij. 1'. Nlllson wont to Momphls to visit his daughter, Mrs. snmo proposition. Ward, ovor Futpia, Holm & Co. Louis Kllpatrlck. resi- that G. B. Bond Caps. Caps. Caps. A large variety of stunning styles. A wide range of colors to suit the various types of men. Boosters' Catechism, Perhaps this is Foolish. Perhaps It Is Logically True Some People there are, Who Will Believe Either. This is written before tho curtain stillo tho scene shifters nre busy uimn Hickman's ntng; for we have finished another net In the drama of our history, and our audience, that is composed of the people who II vo 'within two or thre hundred miles. Is listening with 'tie keenest sonso of appreciative interest to tho noises behind the curtain: Tho rumblo of tho dynamite blast that hurls tho stump from the new railroad right Tho bray of the lovee mule, as his " drlvor "knocks him through the Is drawn and col-la.- liLiAiMf111 Are now here and ready for your inspection; H. E. Curlin's i' fit The Man's Shop. W. F. MONTGOMERY Kentucky Normal nnd Industrial Insti tute 06 nonw of law! adjoining f' THE MOTHER OF Iwstl stltuto for Feoblu Minded wi-rTHE FUTURE t.i tin. lHKinl of control for one exThis iwpcrty will bo uvd as an Is the child of today. If you have periment station, and for tho purpoio a little girl at your house teach hep of giving omployniont to tho boy liv that the best is always the cheapest. ing at tho Instllwo. Tench It by example as well as by Mllltla At Mayfleld. precept. For Instance" use Travis' Exif Ac iKoplo of Mayflold will oroct an armory In that oty, as hviim likoly, cellence or White Swan Flour in the state will kiuato a company of thu your baking Instead of the poorer Koitttu-knational pinrd at thai place kinds. You will be doing her a serApplkntkm has beon mado for to onjunUe u comiMtiy nt May-fluivice and yourself one also. Ask your nnd It U probable that nrrnngt)-mom- s grocer. will Im made by wldoh an armor con bo sootirvd. A tmKaUlo man for cftptnln of tho comiwny has Ihxjb found. Will Give Boys Work. At a meeting of tho tnuuoes oi ui )tr. Joy Floral Co. Nashville Tenrt. The largest floralist in the U. S. A. Apartofyour"Busi-ness Solicited." H. E. Curlin ON C. B. Travis Undertaker Hoarse and ilrlvors furnished on short notice. FVnmTTrwWTTWTirrvfTO SCENE OF THREATENED WAR Tho exoited shout of the real es tnte man as he cries ills bid for land, The rattle of the survejor's chn.ns WOODLAWN DAIRY and the "stick, stuck" of the pole A. H. Leet, Proprietor. man, as they lay out the new boit The only up-t- o dato dairy In line around town, Fulton County. The whir of wheel, the noise of tho hammer, the cluck of wngou wheels all this behind tho curtain And now when the curtain rises Circuit Court, how about your part, when the glnil chorus uplifts Itsolf. Will you sing In tuno or out of Laura D. Hodges ot nl vs. Sam W. tiino nro you a Knocker or n lloost-erGougher et al. Suit for division of land belonging to the estato of PeYou know thnt this next act depicts ter Gougher, who was drowned In a boom Its coming whet Iter you help Blue Pond, List year. or not. Tills is trno because HickNevada Stout vs. Dave Stout, Still man is Hickman. DecaiiM- - of its gentreubirnl situafor dlvorco. tion. It. Li. Dacus vs. Annie Dacus. Suit Ueonnso of Its Increased railroad for divorce. facilities. Itc can so of its agricultural resources. Hcauso of its manufacturing In News From Cayce, itustrles. Hut now, for Goodness, Gracious Herechol Ilradloy Is visiting home Sake! don't let your Jnrrlng. discord ant note bo a grunt of satisfaction folks. for what' going to happen anyhow. .Alias Ethel Edmiston g visiting In Let's get together and make it a Hickman. big as it ought to be. business Competition In overy-dn- y Mrs. Wood has been very sick but lire f a fine thing; it Is the life of a Improving. trade. The Ladles Aid mot Monday aftor-noo- n It makes us gentler, kinder, swi.-er- ; yen, more liberal to the trod- with Mrs. Ardell Johnson. but don't carry this every day habi: Miss Grace Evans visited Miss Lil- Into tho big show. Let's remember lian Edmlston Saturday and Sunday. that FIRST wo are for Hickman. Hickman. Hickman! and that It Is an Mr. and Mrs. Alex Corum visited Inestimable privilege to be here at Mr, and Mrs. George Powltt Tus-da- y period to help this history-makinlast. our jmrt be it great or small. In other words let's gi-- t together Mrs. Darbcr Is doing nlcoly with CIA' II COMMERCIAL her school. She has about 18 pupils g To Conduct Institutes. Pror. U N. Tnylor. of tho state's superintendent of public Instruction's Is sending wit letters to the school BuporliiteMdititM of the state notifying thorn that he Is ready to conof-n- Wall duct teachers' Institutes ous counties. In tho variI Varnishes Paint, Oils Paper Company Organlied. Ilnbert N. Krlstr, assistant ndju tant Rvnvnil. nMwrwwl from tho westrt of the stele and retsirted to ern that Acting Adjt. den. H. It. he had ornhHHl a enmiMHy lo n(ft a rlvlllHH nrmor)- - Ht Ut(rhiMil and a coniKiny to leoso a rifle rungo at VIdo (5ruu Ixtt handle the James Davis I re Wall Paper, Paints, etc., tho i house of the kind on earth, a can 8AVC YOU MONEY. Am agent for this concern. Pturo or see me before you buy, LOUIS WEATHERLY XClcluumi, lContm Ilj formr nndrtakr ami llverymau ot thnt city, wilt not bt iMimiltlrd to wi gsKo in that blntmi for 10 yearn In rivlngton or wlthls M miles ot that placo. Tho eotirt of ftHiwaU afflrmed tho JudgHiuiit of the Keuteu circuit court. Not For Ten Years. Gus W. XttinlKr, of Covington, a No Excuse For It ! last Map Showing Where Russians Will Msko s Demonstration Agslnst China. . - ATTENTION! Ladies, Gentlemen, Boys and Girls It will pay you to investigate what our... Mall Weighing. Don't send your Job printiL i H. M SwotMtan. ehlef ofork of Urn mMwxvr maN Mrv1c, holleu town nl r.lvo jour hoik.. thnt Ft4nmry IS had Uhw ii1 as tho lultou a chance lo figure on ' (kite wtien tho wtfihiB of hkvII will can furnish on short nolle- ! startcl In the mini dMrtn on Uin He hvi rontlri under hfc itnfrvlitkm. Cwmnierclal printing of all k twoHty tbrto extra mm Mir and Domestic Caithis sorviee ami he wW oaM Umnn to Advertising funs and noi n one ttajr wwk fur pruMMl-narKvther Kucravitd cards and vislilu.. liMtryotioiw. Uans rtvrl .il)td Fr(gn - u In attendance. IJth(fgrnphd school diplomat Mrs. Holtman Wins. Lithographed stock corllfua Tho JlZ.eoe milt for maMolftw pnx Party Imitations. etitkw twMMniCHl by Mrs. Nmfcw HitHman. ItovH) ajsutotnt Jakti Lltho. bank supplleis. It. Holtman, the tsri Htarier. no- - In Customers checks with d. n (Mltiornta. dv4o)xl a rtaswry htr tho elelk covers. mhih In a ruling of (no omrt rf Utlalocuea. wIhhi that body lk CnttUH and grain tickets huhMtiK of thv JWTerww drouM owrt lilank book work. thst she rnU4 hot mafcitalu the aoMon Hat, Shirt and Millinery Iu, HcauM Hb( had Blid for n hrtiWt of thw ihwcc. The aiplku Uly h4l fate and Stock IIIIU that If Mm. HoltHtaa eowM how that Marrlaxo Cor t if leal ea "tbe prowcutttHt of bor hi tho criminal court MM mnMclotM and wKlnnit Kb-ablllwl-heIi rond be o Miss Nello Arrlngton received the cake as being the prettiest girl at the box supper The ladles of the Woodman Circle received over 3S on their box supper on the 14th. 14, rauso. ht nn maintain tho Uh ac- At the Lyric, The Taylor Stock Co., March, and 10. 13. tion mt w WiwmiwMHg breach of tiie Ikvic." fine for Shoe, Shirt, Under- The Hans Hanson Co.. brass band Vester Freeman and sister visited nud orchestra, March -- 7th. T)r and Mrs. Wright Tuesday night J. A. Coburn's Greater Minstrels. and attended the box supper. dato Inter. Jim Allen and family, or East Prairie, Mo, .have returned homo aftor visiting his sons at this place. Police Court. wear and Hat Sale IS Trafflc wns ihnAomMletl bon by Uio ) lioavt.iM irt jmnt. TrteKmt'ti. tolilume aotl sb 4itr)c HfjiH wihi- paiMw are we cHljf MtffrroM, lnn down in aN Un4HM. PawHHigr Good OFFERING THIS MONTH are numing from two to . late aiMl tb- - IMothHioh Hbis off subeduk. hoiiFM train Drugs We have cut the prices on all Winter Goods, and a visit to our store will be most profitable. The stork has been calling in our town. Ho visited the homo of Wado Tho following business has bPen t'owell on Friday last and loft a boy. On Saturday ho visited tho homo of turned out by Judge Roinley since Mr and Mrs. Fowler and thoy re- our last report: girl. On Monday ho ceived a Ernest Nichols, gaming, fined $2G r.O called at the home of Hugh Cruce fined Wallaco Wright, .gaming, and left a boy to brighten tholr home. JliG.RO. Fred Nichols, gaming, fined $2G.rClaude Trallor, gaming, fined I2G.&0 Mrs. D. II. Wilson was tho hostess Thurnian Wilson, breach of peace, Vital at a charming reception held at hor fined $10X0. homo on Troy avonuo Wednesday. Tho Invitations, refreshments and Waltor Ilrown and A. J. McGoln-Deaths. louvenlrs wore emblematical of tho day Washington's birthday. Tho in- wors hero this week from Jackson, Sarah Shophard, age 88. Fob. IB, vitations wero cardboard hatchots, with tholr engineers survuylug nud old age. printed in red Ink, tho Ico cream in platting tho 220 acres of ground re tho shape of a hatchet blade with cently purchased and which Is locatBirths. the plcturo of Washington and tho ed Ji si oast of town. This preliminTo J. II. Allison and wlfo, Jan. 18, American flag, and tho souvenirs ary work is lending up to a final im wore cardboard liatchots. Tho hours provement which will mako tills ono a girl. were two to three, three to four and of the most beautiful sjnits In ICun- To Tony McGuhou and wlfo, Jan, four to five, thirty guests being In- lucky. Thorn Is n goneral Interroga H, n girl. cited for each. Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. S. tion ns to what this laud will bo used To W. II. Wntson nnd wlfo, Feb, L. Dodds and Mrs. C. F. Ilaltzor wero for. Next week tho Courier will give full particulars as to tholr plans'. We 16, a girl. in tho receiving line. nro suro It will contain some ploae-nn- t Mrs. Gus Moore was tho charming surprises. At any rate, there, hostess of a Washington's birthday will be something doing In .tho east A scald, burn, or sovuro cut heals .took party at her home Wednesday In n very short time . slowly If neglected. Tho family Hint (veiling. Dainty colonial Invitations koops a bottle of MALLARDS SNOW Dont forget the cowboy moving pic- LINI.MHNT on hand Is nlwuys d wero sent out and tho whole affair for such accidents. Price 2fio, was in keeping with tho day. Tho tures at tho Lyric Monday night. r.Oc and $1 a bottle. Sold by Hickmenu was one of tho most sumptuous Thruo rools of moving pictures that man Drug Co. has over been served on like have never Imon on n machine. Mr. that occasions. Games wero enjoyed until Dillon was fortunate in securing those It Is evident that Hickman Is ben late hour, and the guests were re- picture and the patrons of this popluctant In bidding tholr hostess good ular playhouse will be dellghtfd with ing watched by Hip outside world. Tuesday L. K. Parks.. of Union City; night, and showered her with pruUcs them. KdinlKon .Parks, of Trimble: D. A. of tholr appreciation and enjoyment. The Hickman Job Shop, rural telephone No. 30, Is now open ready for Edwards, of Union City; nud Ed I). II. Lclbovitz, or Lowisport, Ky., business. I'aiks, of Memphis, wero huro with Will bo open until 8:30 Is hero this week trying to break every night. a view to becoming Interested In Second hand goods reinto Hickman mercantile circles. Ho paired, bought and sold. Country certain lines of business here. These goutlumon represent capita) of more wants to put in a gents furnishing produce bought. 2c Hum a million nnd a heir dollars. ftoie, but it Is doubtful If ho can Horn Sunday, to tho wlfo of L. 11. They worn highly pleased with tho llnd a building. Again wo say wo need more buildings. What's tho use Kllpatrlck. a fine girl. Mrs. Kiipfit-rlc- town nnd her future prospects and wns formerly Miss Annio Elli- we are sure to hear from them n lit-tl-u to encourage business men to locato son, of this city. hero it no buildings can bo hod? later. - Spot Cash. Only Millet & Alexander Statistics Real Estate Deals, Hickman Wagon Co. to N. C. St. L., C lots East Hickman, JH.OOO. S. K. Wllmoro to J. F. Fall, lots Fulton, G00. & & e J. K. Newt M. Ilondiirant to II. A. durant, Interest In land, JI7R. Hon- - terest in , W. II. Pickolt to 91 J. L. Young, acres land,. $2715. In- J. L. Yoim gio L. M." Salmon, In laud, JC0O. Mabel H. Oliver to W. II. Bprndlln, lots Fulton, JHIIOO. Jr., W. S. Klllson to (1. II. Thrslkeld, 167 ncrcw Innd, $StB73.fiO. A. Cotton to Hickman Honlty Co.-- , pro-pare- J. lots- - West Hickman, $7150. from Warn Itust Proof Corsets, tholr new spring models Tor dlsplny punswes. This will only Inst one week, whon wo have to return tho forms, so wo Invito nil early visit to our store. Como whether you need a corset or not. Smith & Amliorg. Wo have Just receive! er Hros., makers of Warner's dls-iIa- y k Dont forget thnt wo havo to soil goods and to soil goods wo havo to mako prices to suit you. Hickman Furnlturo Co, iwthetlfl story of misfortune Uiuy follow In the wake of sorrow It monotonous strains may he heard Iti every oily In ths land, mid It muaiw that soiiio oiw has nt-fir the battle of existence Asthma fot Oie Joys of llfo. It H the mn'n Is a distressing disease. Dr I Inatiuinent In the orrliMtm playing I'ilio-Tn- r lloiiov rullninu ii I in 1' i Wo guarantee it to i before tho slngo or real tragedy. stantly. Mbjfortuno has rung down tho cur- aatlttinullou. tain on till plsnsnntrles nud auililtlont. Only tlie memory of hnnnv l,v.ni,..' Arttlclss of Incorponitlon wir i dsys remains to feed Die hungr) soul with County Clerk Hopcr of xiine uiother's son, who must vvosk for the nilton County liur henceforth nsk nlms of the lieedleas aocliitlon, with n oupllnl stock of $ MiMiiiK. The future ynrs m hold 0W. Tlie Incorporators wen- - .1 no promise to him In eterrl- - AliixundfT, C. K. Itlce, T. N In I Ho gentleman Is jr. blind. For him llu, Oswald Croft, Clms. llranii, i the flowers bloom not ngnln tho sun II. Howard, llrueo Hundersoii, no loiter shines homily and color Huddleston nud Jack Hall. can never ngnln nppeal to his sentiment It Is endless nluht v..r v.w,,u (illH 111 Hin ulttittn1. .H I. .. I. i Will Johnson wns gato keeper for the Meiigel Hox Co., but his sight grnd-"(ill- illsngnmlilu symptom or u torpid r,,, llfkly ,l fat.,i until he could wirk no Im....,.V..Ku1 It Is of 'mnrvoloiis li KHIItNll. n mie. Ho fulls out of the battling Sllllllllniit mill lmu..l .....in... Ilr ranks or men herpiess. Coupled with i0c. Sold by Illckmun Drug Co this nilsfortuno Is tho wolKht or yean mul tho empty promise of youth The Neck Wear department, J Such is fato. lie. noor mm. ....,. will find, h chock full of tho cri drink tho drags from sorrow's cup patterns for men nud boys. Now mie ins organ gives out Id, plain-l- Hie tlinp to Inspect nnd mnko y npiienl to tho strainer - .i... selection Wo nro glad to bIiow ) f w pennies that sustain nit unhappy whether you buy or not. Curlin" u uronoii Bptnt. THE MAN'S SHOP. n n wits Good tlrug.n tnenn cvrrytli because ihev include liich ir r friiiit ns well ns frcsluicss. Remember thnt fnct in li .v ing nny prescription or met'., innl recipe filled. Lyric Jlnturdsy night. All the prescribing nnd t Will Johnson a mw pensing of your prcscriptioi i Tuesday. nothing sna wnstcd unless the ingredient Hnnal In that Usui: but hold thr Is n tragedy brhlnd tlie shlpmsnt of my one of thoHu doUful soiindliut used in it nre of the best. You will find them so nt Inrrtniwiita. Kory imi.. Tin-wire nH-4r- A hoary odd In tho tuns tbal was rtiiected to iUwlf has Imjh lb stnrUtig point In many okhmm of dbt ww Uwt wwIihI fatally. Th swisible course bs to tnk iloswi of IJALLAltD'B HOUKIIOU.VD SVItUP. It check the progru of Uic illsor-di-- r nud assists nature to roHtorn uor-micoiklttkin. Prlc 2tc. ( and II n lotUe. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. cr s. hand-orga- hntid-oruni- i COWGILL'S xct V 1 y v r- Tapani1' i. . - nyi. i i ) ) i "It Cured My vonr REVERIES Bribed by Pocketbook. Urlbory of public officers Is highly condemned by all honest men. Thu man who. holding public office, tie cepts bribe whleJi Influences IiIh of ficial conduct Is properly denounced, an one coiitumporary puts It, as a traitor to IiIh trust. Thorn Is anothor bribery, howovof, moro dangerous because more, subtlu for which the law provides no punishment and for which only the whip of public Hcoru can afford penalty. This bribery In by one's own pocket book. Wo have some mew In Hick iiKin who would worn tho bribe offer h .by another but will accept without npimrmit misgiving bribery from them selves. "It will hurt my business." Thin Ih th pkHi mndo by persons who ufu aikcd to tnke n Htnnd for righteous liwa. It Ih a sdflsh idea, but It Is more; It Ih a eriuiliinl plea. It Is on th same tow pliiuo of bribery that public opinion condemns anl th) criminal law punishes. The reformer meets tho ovldoneos of thin subtle form of bribery wlioii lu mhU the support of those who plaw awlf nliovt prlrnclplo. "Don't iimt- - me. It would hurt my business.' Is the reply to the newspaper to porter when some question of vital public concern Is under discussion. . Conservatism Is often another name Hllonco Is golden for cowardice. but gold Is the most coward" of things. There Is no bribery inort- poisonous than tho bribery of oih-'own pocketbook. Such brlbety ror'uptk the very fountains of public and private morality. , MOim-tlme- s - !i, "wir. nu-- A .an v l Back" e "I'ortwcntv-nin- T Imvn been at intervals a great sufferer from rheumatism. During that (Ml tune, no telling how many gallons of the various kinds of and oils I have used and with but little relief. Kecentk-- . I was confined to my bed lieljv. hss. I tried Sloan's Liniment and used it with such satisfactory rpni 1I..1 1 cm for . ,. t...i ... aad I hac up to this time used alxmt half a 50 cent bottle with splendid Miccess.- "- Jamis IIviik, Ik-elWhite County, Ark. one which is caused by tho suiTs shining out doors, and tho other by shining In our hearts. It Is tho loving deeds, tho cheery, hopeful words and tho kindly thoughlfulness that each member of tho family shows tho others that makes on Jdeal, happy homo a perfect heaven on earth. Divorce Is Common m&fym from woman's ailments aro invited to writo to tho names and addresses hero given, for iositivo proof that Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Comjxmnd does euro femalo ills. Tamnr He movr1. Klmn, Mn.Mri.Hual! tl.Hluitrt.Il.P.D. Ko.2, Hot 1C Paorl ,1II.-Chrbtlnn Itel,10AMonniIiU. Kitlck, Mai.-M- ri. .Nutliiii It, (Jroutuu, CI North Main ht. Imw, KVI liitRt. Milwaukee, CUlc&go, 111. Mrf. Alrvua Sperling, liCUCIy. bourns Are. Victoria, MlM.-M- ri. Willis lUwanh. Cincinnati, Olilo -- Mr.W. II, IIuiuli,7Eut- - mem Hot 19. 9 i' in OJSBaX lini-imn- ts Today. i, Mr. ah 1 sh.xr and Mibjcct to many strains in my back and hips which has nylit on rheumatism in the sciatic neri 1 h.id it so bad one night w'itn sitting in my chair, th.it I had to jump on my feet to get relief. 1 rt - Jamu Got Enso in Less Than Ten Minutes. K. Aikxanhkk, of North IIarpsul. Mc, writes:" I am it uiko jpplied vur SIOANS t 1 the afcftvl part and in th ik it is the best of all Moan's Liniment docs not need any rubbing. It's a powerful penetrant. Iry it for Rheumatism, Sciatica, Sprains, Chest Pains, and Sore Throat. It gives almost instant relief. ffOr., nn.t 91.00 nt All fwml for Minaii'e I rr--r it.Mik un llnr.r.. LINIMENT I !(.. than l.inunuiK" ten minutes it was perfectly easy, a With every term of Fulton Circuit Couit, wo seo divorces more frequent. not because men and women are moro wicked, but because, married llfo Is made more difficult by U10 excitement and complexity and manifold strains of modern life, which render unhappy marriages moro unendurable A brond gap opens botween tho hot recent and the dull quiet of other di)s. when the husband passed his day In n steady ami continuous rou.id of work, when no avenue In life but jnurrlugo opened before most women, nnd both men nnd women passed lives from which excitement, worry and tho anxious rush of this .lay were absent. Any candid man who wIP reconstruct tho life of sixty and eighty yenrs ago will bo convinced that, while that luy had In It much of secret wickedness as court and church records show It had also con ditions much Iosh likely to prevent two people from loading quiet, une ventful nnd reasonably happy lives together. Slany now occupy back seats In the who may occupy tho front snots In tho next. wo! Id If you aro a twontleth century wo man you aro Incapable of being Idle and unambitious. Unions you havo a definite aim in llfo you don't to this ago even If you wero born sometlmo during the last hundred years. It Is Uie fashion to bo earnest, to havo an active brain and a loving heart. To be In touch with tho times you must bo connected with some of the groat reforms; It may be temiMsrauce or missionary n work. You mny havo n personal st In ouo of U10 stupendous charities of the day; it Is possible, that woman's suffrage Is claiming your attention. In any event you must bo Interested In something besides fatdi-Io- n and other follies, for women are aiming to the front nay, arc already there. Their foot nre no longer In U10 sllpiNiry places, Uioy nro lending a hand to their loss fortunate ststcra. Thc extond It to all classes, from the woman who putters with patch work to tho degraded devotee of Bacchus. bo-loIn-te- Organic IlIacemrut(. mark Duck, Minn. Mn. Anna Anderaon, veslrTllle,ra.-Mr- ii. Trenton, Mu. AreiAie. Camileii.NT. .St. Chicago, lll.-- Mn. Arenue. Maggie Kater,U.K.II. I. Mn.W.T. i'unittll,3U71.luoulu Mm. KllaJoli niton, 283 IJUrtr Wm. Tnllr, 20S'i Ogden M 1'alnftil rorloda. WU.-- Mn. Ctiniignfif r.lfe. K. Htcrcni. Kpplng, K II.-btreatur, 111. -- llri. J. 11. Campbell, 'JuCNortli SocoikI St. Ilrookltn, N.V.-M- rt. Ktrn.. 826 IUlnoy Ht. N'oali, Ky.Mri. Utile IMlai.d. (.'atliamet,Wali. Mri.KIr a linrber Klvranl. o'l-l- Clrctetllle.Oliln.-Mri.AllcsKlrl- lii, Hleiu, I.lnlaS. lllnkl,lt.K.Xn 3. Ne w Orleam, La Jlri. Uaiton liluuUeau,lelJ Ternaicliors Ht. Mlihawaka, Iml. Mn. Cbu. Ilauer, Hr., C!3 KAJt Marlon Ht. lUelne.Wla.-M- ri. Katls Kuulk, It. 2, Hot SI. IieaTerKallt.I'a.-Mra.- W I'.llojJ.illO'JtUAr. .Maternity Truublm. I), f AlraUlra. ra. Ilroinugli, Wm O. King, ux281. l'henli, Iihl.-M- lluntun St. m, 333 H'ut C. II. Maaon, H.K. No. 2. Adrian, Mn.-- Mr. N. Oifnrd, Duao, lio II. lUltlninre.Oblii. Mn A. A. llaleiiger.lt. K II I. Nrgauiieo.Mlcli Mra.MarjrSedlock.llotinj. K. K. Wagner, llox KM. Orrrllle, Ohlo.-- Mr. .Minnie Muelhaunt. Alwater. Ohio.-M- ix rrklrleduClilen,WIa. Mn. Julia Koulcheck, lloxM. I'll. Hctiattner, K.R. II, 'l ' v ll.No. 1. II .' Irregularity. Clara I)arbrak,17MarIe- ra. N.V.-M- ra. lluffalo.K. Y.-mout Ht. Wluclieiter, Ind.-MHt. Hegla Mu.-M- lrajr?flle, Ill.-liudaon, OMo.-JI- ra. Uoz 32. hall, Mar Deal. It.It.Ko. 7. J.U. Ilrerere. Jerals Hebaar, lloi 21. Deo. Htrlckler, U. No. B, JxjuU Kl.cLer, t! Mon. CarLta.lt, roo Ht. (V)Utli Hanfonl, Me. Mn. Cliarlea A. Anntln. rkLeiiBCladr,N'.Y.-Mr..H.l,orter,7sJAluaur TajlorTllle, Ill.-5- Iri. Vandsreer Ht. Clnclnuatl.Olilo.-M- ri. Ht. ra. Marrajillle, Chaa. Moors, It. K. 3. ra. Chaa. lto.ll, T1VJ N. rblla.leli.hla, MolsHt. MInneanlia, Minn. Mm. John O. Moldan, Ill.-Mfa.-M- Ovarian Trouble. Jos (1 rant Lain, V,'. E. 825 W. Mc- Mlcken Are. Jllg Kan, Pa.-M- ri. Sophia Hoff.CLi - 21 IS Second St., North. Hadaon.Oblo. Mra.LenaCarrnoelno.H F.D.7. Weatwnod, Md.-M- ra. John K. lUchardf. Ueujamln, Mo.-M- ra. Julia Franti, U.F.D. I. l'a.-- Mn. Iooler. M. Jobniton, 210 Female Weakneai. W.Terrellante.Ind.-Mra.Artle- E. reorta. Ill.-- llarkarlis. , 1(01(2. Angujta, Me. Mri.vrinfleM Dana, lt.F.D.2. HU I'aul, Miun.-M- ra. II. M. Helium, 1083 Wooiiurldgs Ht. ritubnrg, l'a.-a. LaIer,C21 Kinkald Clara U Uaawiti, K. lt,Ko. I). No. 7. Elgin, Ill.-M- ra. Hu Mra.JulIaA.Bnow.lt No. 8. Utlca, Ohlo.-M- ni. Mary Fjtrlwlns, It. F. D. 3. lielleTue,Otiio.Mra. Charley Chapman, It. F. Henry LeUeberg, 7i3 Adaraa Elmo, Mo.-M- ra. A. G Da Vault. Hamilton. ran Ht., K.K. Kearney, Mo. lilue liland, Ill.-- Mn. rt. Trim 2.V., lrlrr. l.-.a It is dustrnblo to mnko a llvlnxr1 but It hi necoinwry to mako a life. " An Ideal Home. DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. Augnttnt I,yon,H.FJJ2. Operutliina Avoided. HlkMton, Mo. Mn. Ima llethune. U ardlner.il 8. A. Wllllaun, 112 Wajh. tngton Are. ltellefue, Oblo.-- M. lillth Wteland, 238 Monroe HU I)eForet,Wli. Mn, AngntsVeapermann. , II..,.. ivua0. ..ii. MMra nwiii L..h... f Karl, l'a.-Me.-- Mr. Kit (IroT Ht. Mrf . Thomu Aslmrrr. Anna Hcliwarti, 323 SchaelTeratovn, Pa, Mra. Cyrui Iletrlcb. C'reaaon, l'a. Air a. Klla K. Alkey Falrchance, l'a. M ra. IdcUa A. Uanhaui, Uo i 112. Kervoui l'roatratlon. Clara Franka.lLF.D. 3. KnoiTllIe, lowa.-M- ra. Oronngo, Mo. Mra. Mae McKnight. W. P.ValeuUue, 902 Un. Camden, coin Avenue. Muddy, Ill.-M- ra. Mar Nolen. It. KlnnUon. llrooktllle, Ohlo.-M- ra. Fltchvllle.Ohlo.-Mra- .G Cole, rblladelphla, I 'a. -- Mra. Frank Clark, 2419 X. Aiiegueuy ato. in,il These TUo IloHt New and INntti'OMN 3VTclo FURNITURE We hnvc just filled our large store with n full line of new styles of Furniture, nt n price that will enable us to give you new goods nt almost your own price. We mean just what we say wc must sell and wc do sell good goods, and guarnnlec them to be just ns wc tell you. Try us, if wc do not make good, don't buy. We hear a great deal thoso tlm03 about tho Ideal happy home, and men are not bo roe who expect nil tho re qulsltes for n happy home to come from one sldo of tho house. A woman may do her level best to mnVe llfo and homo happy for bar husband and children, but If sho Is treated as n slave, nnd only given her board iuuI olothlng In payment for her services as mother, wife, cook tmiudrtWH, nurse girl, chambermaid, nisi seAuuUresM, U It any wonder thn Utile or no happiness exists In that homeT If n mother 8h1Is her son by pampering and waiting on him nil the yeunt of his childhood and bo)hood, and making him think that n man should nlways bo waited on by a woman of his household, Is It strange that ho expects n "wife to do the same, nnd that, In nil likelihood she either wears out In n few yenrs from such service or else becomi s bltiir or disheartened. Wo nre often told that In every true and Idel mnrrlsge both husband and wlfo inui.t learn to bear nnd forbear. In every home where happiness exists, there must be perfect trust, confidence and love between husband nnd wlfe.There nre two kinds of sunshine In the world, nnd both quite neccusary tho women aro onlv a few of thousands of livincr witnesses of tho power of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to cure female diseases. Not one of these women over received compensation in any form for tho use of their names in this advertisement but are willing that wo should refer to them because of the good they may do other Buffering women to prove that Lydia. K. l'iiikliaitui Vegetable Compound i.s a reliable and honest medicine, and that the statements made in our advertisements regarding its merit are the truth and nothing but thu truth. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. lC... K ta As we meet and talk with tho friends wo love, It will tako no more time to tell them we appreciate them nnd that they have helped us than to speak of many things that will not bo half so wolcomo to hear as these words. A certain Hickman banker has founded n successful business career on this policy which shows there Is both profit nnd pleasure In It. tb b p t) ) J p J) p HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCOIM'OIITKAI) Next Door to Post Office. riw l daiaaw - :r: The Wise Young Man Who puts a little In the bank every pay day always has money to buy what he wants or to go where he wants. Why not open an account next pay day with THE PEOPLES BANK. You'll never have anything If you don't save something. Jj1- - PHOTOGRAPH STUDIO.... 1 Will open about Feb. 5th, temporary building adjoining Price's Motel. picture shows have bei-added to the list of amusements at the State nsylums. No wonder so many of the accused prefer going cntsy to staying and going to Jail With a good show twice n week, n dance occasionally, the crazy folks must be Just ns happy as If they in n were In their right minds. MovIiik As the result of n duel nt Cadiz, Friday ntaht betwoeu W. J. Simmons, armed with a pistol, nnd h!n brother, Arch .Simmons, armed with A knife, the latter Is dead and the former is Tho In Jsll clinrwed with murder. flht Is sold to have grown out of a Inwmilt The victim Is survived by n widow nml nine ahlldreu. Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. W. J. Hannon, Guardian &c, Plaintiff, against Stovo Stahr &c. Defendant, Equity. Uy vlrtuo of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered , at tho January term thereof, 1911, In the above cause, for a division o' the funds derived from tho sale of tho following lands, I shall proceed to offer for sale at tho Court House door In Hickman, Ky., to the iiieiifKt bidder, at PUI1L.IC AUCTION, on tho 13th day of March 1311, at Ten (10) o'clock a. in., or thereabout (being County Court day) upon a credit of twelvo months, tho following described property, An undivided interest In the following land In Fulton County, Kentucky, Hounded as follows, On tho north by tho land of John Dames, on tho cast by the land of Charlie Iloach, on the south by tho laud of John Pollock and on tho west by tho land of John Pollock. It being nnd Is tho land inherited by tho children of W. J. and Mary Hannon obtaining samo by Inheritance from her mother, Mattlo A. Polk, deceased, seo deed book 9 page 02, Fulton County records, nnd being n portion of the SE Qr. of Sec. 35, T. 1, It. 5 W., containing CI acres moro or less. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to bo made. For the purchase price, Iho purchaser, with approved security or securities, must execute llond, bearing legal Interest from the day of sale until paid, nnd having tho force and effect of a Judgment. Didders will bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms. J. It. MILNEIt, Coinm'r. to-wl- t: one-nint- h to-w- Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. Den 0. Halo, Plaintiff against Vernon Malady & Etc., Defendant. Dy vlrtuo of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at the January term, thereof, 1911, In the above cause, for a division of the funds derived from the sain of the following lands, I 9h:i'.l proceed to of fir 'or sale at the Court House door In Hickman, Ky., to tho highest bidder at PUDLIC AUCTION, on tho 13th day of March, 1911, at Ten (10) o'clock, a. m., or thereabout, (being County Court day) upon a credit of twelvo months, the following described property, Tho northwest fractional quarter, and the undivided one-hal- f Interest ot the northeast quarter of section 35 and a h undivided Interest of thu northwest fractional quarter of section 2G, all In Township 1, K C, west, It being and is tho same land Inherited by Vernon and Joseph D. Malady and Mrs. Pearl Carr, a daughter ot John Malady and Sallle Malady, deceased, from tho estnte ot John Malady, deceased, the deeds of conveyance to said lands may be found In tho office ot tho Clerk of tho Fulton County Court In Deed Dook 27, Pages 2C0, 309 and 457. Or sufficient thereof to produce tho tho sums ot money to ordered to bo Made. For tho purchaso price, tho purchaser, with approved security or securities, must execute Doud, bearing legal Interest from tho day ot salo until paid, and having tho force and effect of a Judgment. Didders will bo prepared to comply prompHy with theso tonus. J. It. MILNEIt, Com. to-wl- t: one-sixt- r i i ! n Qi If Pint Class work only. We make anything from a hand painted brooch to a life slio portrait In water color or oil. A complete line of the latest cards and mounts has been ordered and will arrive In a few days. During time studio Is being constructed am prepared to do all kinds of work portraits at your home, flash pictures of Interiors and groups at night. Leave orders, phone or write. J. MADISON PULLEN Present offlco First stairway west of Post Office, third room Lock Dox 117. Wd you over havo a fit. Schmidt, tliu Tailor, can glvu you ouo. It Is ostliuatttl that fully two of people aro tmfferliiK famine In China. The destitution there Is KIcmmIs dostroyel the crop nppnllliiK. nnd tliousnnds havo already dltnl of Htnrvatlou. Ko(m1 Is bolnj; sent from America by the shipload, but no rool crops Mnrjmn, orgnnlser of relief can come before tho next .1. IMerpont shipping trust, nre mndo. the Steel Trust, the and 11 dozen other glitnutle combinaAOICNT WANTED: The West Ten tions of ennlUil conceiving It to bo nesseo Monument Co., Union City, good (7) for the people of Kentucky, will mako liberal terms with onergot-i- c o aspires to merge Its Independent telgout to nsell marble. West ephone lines, which ho olthor owns Co., Union City, Monument tc or controls with thoso of the Hell Tonn. Company which ho also largely owns Annlo Cow-RiMisses Kstello lloneau, and controls. and Myrtle Walker, of lllckniai, Inn wore tho Ktiests of Miss Margaret . .i..i. I'll-- u.tifiliir DIIIBIl 1kmw, skin, beautifies tho roniploxlon. Send llransford at Union City Inst week. 2r.c nnd wo will send you by return ASK to Bee Curlln's lino of Shirts mnll a box of this delightful face preCo., with nnd without collars. Tho Euservative. Tho lloswcll Wilson clid Shirt for Goc. 39C0 Greer Avo., St. Louis, Mo. mil-IIou- b I Ten-nessell J I'orter Shumate Informs us that smoking just before menls Is to bo depreciated because tho pungency of thu pyrollgueoiiH products contained In tobacco smoke renders the liuctal mucosa Insensitive to alimentary in fact, their effect is to dull reor nbollsh tho olfactory-gustatorflex, etc. Undo .looms Umg substantiates this theory by snylnt; on that account "you dont glvo down no appetite Juice at chowlu' tlmo." y ntliu-illation- , 'Old Subscriber. Tho finding of a Bplder In your copy of tho Entorprlao was neither good luck nor bad. Tho spider was merely looking over our pages to find out what merchant was not advertising, so that It could spin Its web across his door, and load u free nnd undisturbed existence forever after.' Ex. Ask to sco tho COc Mario Stapleton Murray Is a young artist who uses her brain In her Interpretations. Sho Is gifted by nature with ft splendid vocal organ, which she uses to advantage In numbers calling for dramatic expression. Sho evidently studies well her text before she tries to slug und tills Is one of tho cardinal virtues of n singer's art. Her personality Is another factor In her favor. Desldes, her reportolro Is to bo commended. Sho hns a wldo variety of subjects and uses Intelligence In nrrnnglng these subjects for her program. Altogether her work Is marked by a sincerity of purioso which will lend her to tho highest plane among tho sopranos of tho day. Pittsburg Dispatch. At tho Lyric Mardi 1, auspices of Amateur Music Club. She will bo assisted by Miss Elizabeth Deck, reader. Reserved Scnts COc, general admission 3Cc. Seats at Hickman Drug Co. Mules for Sale. Sixty good work mules, from 3 to 8 years old, 15 to 1G hands high, In good flesh and hair; also a few good mares; also a good Jack, C years old 14J4 hands high, also good saddle stallion, 10 years old, all his colts show fine saddle qualities. The Jack breeds fine and large. Will take $500 for the two. Also four pure, large-bon- e Berkshire boar pigs, two months old, price $10 each. Will sell the above stock reasonable, for either cash or good note, payable next fall. Address h i .;!.! J. F. & 8. L. DODOS CO., Hickman, Ky. f Ml shlrL Curlln. Ilobert II. Smith, of Fulton, nephew of Mrs. J, N. Hall, was married Wednesday night nt Halls, Tenn., to Miss MaudoTolatou. Vl I L'jtttatWai iiw .fflH -- .? -j ? .? The Courier's Weekly Sermon $ LESS Bon Air Lump Kentucky Lump 1 CASH 4:.90 " " " Ky. Ait REVIVAL hi) ChI HICKMAN MARBLE T0A (Huceodor to II. CI, WORKS IV.'. KNTAIIIIHIIKII DILlON, Sr., Prop. Itninniiiar, Pittsburg Lump Coal (Cash with order) WANTED IN WALL STREET. j 4.75 4.75 When cash docsnot accompany order I charge 0 extra for making collection, which will make the prices as follows: The Wall Street Journal' Appeal Considered by Pastor Rutsell. Diihop Candler Free, ly Quoted. 4.50 revival Let me save you money on your coal. il one-thir- d Marble and Granite Monuments CURDING, STONE WORK OF At KINDS, IRON FENCING ftickman, MMHMMMHHHMMHMMBiHI KcntucKv Pittsburg, Pittsburg Lump Coal Bon Air Lump Coal . $5.40 5.25 Kentucky Coal .5.25 Prices based on delivery within the city limits. Parties out of town desiring to haul their own coal will be allowed 40 cents per ton deduction from'prices quoted. You can leave your order, accompanied with cash, at the office of Hickman Ice & Coal Co., or phone 48 if you you wish order sent C. O. D. No one has authority to extend credit, so don't ask for it. I will appreciate your patronage, an J by selling strictly for cash can give you security against an exorbitant advance in prices. i A. M. l J A. A. TYLErI w fARIS .. V B. O. Hale t Attorney-at-La- and Notary Public i Real Estate And Insurance Will practice in all Courts of the State. . 3Xlcltiiin.il., IEy. Office with Judge B. T. Davis : I Hickman, Ky. rr: Cash Book Store Splendid Selection Special Clubbing Offers. Siolsmaa Courier and Woman's NaUoual Daily $1.75 Weekly Commercial Appeal .... 1.25 The Delineator 1.75 Success Magazine a .UO Youth's; Companion 2.71 Cosmopolitan 1.70 Everybody 2.00 St. Louis Republic (2 a week) 1.40 Karm Progress 1.1G ItopubUc IIFD dally .... 2.50 Dally Courier-Journa- l 8.20 Weekly Courier Journal 1.D0 Scientific Amorlcan 3.6 llcClures Magazine 2.00 American Magazine .0C American Poultry Advocate .... 1.35 American Fruit Grower l.CS Outing Magazine 3.10 Southland Magazlno 2.00 d Magazine .... 2.00 Collier's Weekly 5.30 Coleman's Rural World 1.66 37 Outlook Magazlno Ladles Home Journal Saturday Evening Post 2.50 Woman's Magazine 1.35 If you do not see what you want in this list, call at our office; we have hundreds of others. Write nam and address plainly with your ordor, specifying exactly the periodicals. Taylor-Trotwoo- New Books Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Unit nnd HeeOurfitook Kverjrtlitnn Mary Berendes & Co. . KELLY SMITH Attorney t-Law dogree. tho Wall Street Journal 1'HHtor Itiissell used It ns tils text In con. junction with Proverbs xlv, 30. The Journal not long slnro appeal, cd "for n revival of old titno religion, whli h took time to pr.iy every morning mid to nttend tho It claimed nild week rtMlval would clennso tho Hint such country of filth, of graft and of greed, petty and big. of worship, of flno houes nnd big ImiiK nnd high o til cos and grit ml aorta I (unction. UMiop Candler also noticed tho Journal's appeal and Pastor Russell quoted hint (reoly ns follows: "Wo cannot get a revival of religion by terking a revival of religion. Nowhere in Oml's Word aro men ndmon-Inhe- d to seek a religion or seek a revival of religion. "Herein Is our troublo: wo hnvo lost Ood! Men railed preachers hnvo explained away the Word of God, making It no louger a sure Word of prophecy, bat an antique for tho critics to anulyse ami disruM. Tho moral law Iimh len lowered The Ten Command-ment- a bate len reckoned ns a pleco of Mwale plagtarlsm applicable to tho nredn of ancient nomads In the wilderness, but having no mora tbnn n qualified bearing on the life of today. The Sermon on the Mount tins been treated as 'An Iridescent drown.' Tho tordahtp of Jesus Christ has tcon denied, while treacherous compliments hnvo Ixnmi nonred out upon Ills name, aa that of merely a great Teacher nnd noble martyr." DHRcultiet In" the Way, 8ay Paitor Rutsell. The words of the Wall Street Journal ivfK ting the need of the religion are along proper lines. Illation Candler seen already what I nlno havo frequently pointed out, namely, that the Mwalled Now Theology, Higher CrltVlam ami ltvolutlon theories bavo 40 undermined faith thnt It would bo folly to look for n return of tho pious enrneotnesM of the jyst, which was built upon a living lalth, ctoii though It was not the pure faith "onco delivered unto tho Mints" (Judo 3). Most Important Points. It Is useless fur nny to attempt to believe or to attempt to teach others that 5od la great, and Just, nnd loving, while at tlie mine tlmo teaching that be prepared lieforo tho foundation of the world an Immense torture chamber In which thouftaiHls of millions would be forced to aiend eternity. How our forefather etmlil bellevo this nnd yet bellere somehow or other thut God Is Love we do not understand. It wns their faith In God's love, and not their faith In eternal torment, which constituted the jiower of God working In them for good, ami which olftot thu errors of their creeds to a considerable prayer-meeting.11 " old-tlm- Feb. 10. -- Quoting nn oxtrnet from Pa., STAHR STEVE PHONES DOTH of religion they will follow IrrewNilbly Hut what do we nee opinwlng nny iu li desirable dejianement? We tw liiimlrvtl ilKHiaiul Protestant inln-H.nnd Mumlay SrlHMil MUMtintend mix working naalnst mirli d(lmble remits. We ne about two third of them ndtorattiig Higher CrltlcNtn-In-mh-litstrivmill the other ing to IhiM the pcode In Ignonmce m-- n y Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY HlllHUTOIW II. the tenrhlugs of the lllhle Nmcertilng man's futere ChuraJi and World During the "Dark Agi." tho fact Unit tho Church U n sxvlnlly calUM. :liwii. faithful claas nnd only "a little aoct," was Meeu nnd preached to mime extent. Hut this lofty Church Utanilanl was illuVult of antillentUHi to the world, ami the world's tmpo under i iHntrrnt utaarfanf vas tint seen. It rlnrirte onr nilwls greatly when wt Mnl th-i- t the "elect" few aro In tiiulnl by cm1 tn lie the world' In iirurtors ami hiieri liy ami by. when tt world will lie crna!el nn opportu . nu f rnra la and death, not to in' r only roinllilona, Irtlt aa earthly Iteiniii'i of nil that xvaa hHt by ,iln in tr awl redeemed h tlie gnmt Jn rlrtee of Calvary leariilna that the liell to whirl the nnrkl jfe la death U tho grave i nd thnt It M an HtteHtiselatH eondl linn, ii sleM." the naxt ton I tlie urnrtlon nf the daad: "Many tliat dic-in the dnst of tlw earth shall Mint to hame ami last ; niefnt' . iDanM iH. Ui Man kdhl full nliH-with exiMrlonec out wiMi iiiirlBli'i-ooaiieami vary tndl tin t Mmi ." of hollmas ami sala: U")i. ii nnnkened thoj will re slim o"iie th.- i:trv. Honor awl Immortal l ..i the .ilntly Ilrhla of Christ ami ! ri nf Imt levinc enro and In iMrtlon as tuoy nwjxmil to tlw MeioMil irlrlteaes of thnt time A the IttMiitntloii truck will progress .il ih oifiFMlly rise from their rt utitloii, their shame ami contempt kiH ir iiltwllr ittnaiaHmr ami eventual U i erfeila of human nature may b alt lion! In an earth ahm atmlnmg pc (" aa th risrdeti af the Ivml. r'i-'i.- Standard. J. V. AI.HXA.N tiBIt llr.J.M. IIUIIILMtri llIOIIA'AS J-- J ' llONIUIItA.Vr OHO. T.A.IiHIIKOlU) It. M. IHMCIl ll.TlllljlltKMI.li Wc combine absolute snfety with nt!fnctory Bcrvicc, nn oficr our depositors the most liberal treatment consistn.t with sound banking. I INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS II UtVIIANAV Prfitdcfll It l llAMAtiN. Ant Ctilr J. A. TIIOMPH1N. It.' f Our Stock is Complete and vrr r ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Hcinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas IVtll on aw-ikIP-.- r or TpIophh H -- when Ih Hnsl if HH,Kltlrt8. PllrtMII MKATH nr K8KleTUKKH. - Telephone 6 3 Deliveries iie--.i- Ledford & Randle rr v tn. Dallas Williams win leave In n short tlmo for Strafford, Mo., to visit his brother, J. 11. Williams. KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL. Health Is Worth Saving, and Some Hickman People Know How To Save It Many Hickman people take their lives In tliolr hands by neglecting tho kldnojs when Uioy know theao organs need help. Sick kldnejs are reaponslblo for n vast amount of suffering and 111 health, but there la no need to suffer nor to remain In dan gur when all diseases and aches and pains duo to weak kiduors can bo quickly nnd permanently cured by tho use of Doan's Kidney Pills. Hero la a Hickman citizen's recommendation. A. J. Hunzlker, Kast Hickman, Ky , says: "I cannot nay too much In fa vor of Doan's Kidney Pills, as they had a beneficial effect upon tny kidneys. I suffered for some yean from attacks of kidney troublo nnd at tlmos Uiero woa a dull noli across tho small of my back, which made mo miserable. A Bhort Umu ngo I procured Doan's Kldnoy Pills nl Helm & Ellison's Drug Store uiul through tholr ubo found entire relief." For salo by all donlers. Prlco COc. Fostcr-Mllburn Books and Banks Choose your bank with the same cafe nnd discrimination that you select your lxxks apply the same high standard that you do in the selection of your personal friends. This is the exact, crucial test that wc invite from intending customers. Of course our own standards arc as high as yours. Let us meet on a common plane of good faith and business courtesies, viewed in the broadest light You have not a legitimate Linking need that we cannot successfully meet and to your complete sat isfaction. Investigate. Clinton, Kentucky Ont tenth of Ml fees to OiristUnlht. What tlw world needs, and what need, is to get doetrlnally straight in rospect to the Almighty's character, nnd In respect to His imrpose with His human creaAs soon as that condition of ture mind shall have been reached there will bo no need to pray or to nsk for first of all tho Church We pay 3 on Saving Deposits. HICKMAN BANK WC Money to Loan. I loan money on form lands In and Weakley Counties, Tenn., a 3d in Fulton County, Ky. About oaoaalf tho cash value of a (arm it 111 bo loaned. Loans made In sums oMl.OOO or more (or five years with privilege to borrower of paying same a'ter one year in full or making any a'ze partial payment desired at Inter-- 1 rils of six months after tho expiration of ono year, Interest being 3top-P)- d on partial payments mado. Call oi or writo O. SPRADLIN, Attorney-ajLaw- , Union City, Tenn. tf Itcri), Cashier JNO PUI", Asst Cmhier : Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey UOnrn fMW' 0U1G UUltJ "I would like io guide suffering women lo a sure cure for female troubles," writes Mrs. R. E. Mercer, of Frozen Camp, W. Va. 'I have found no medicine equal to Cardui. I had suffered for about four years. Would have headache for a week at a time, until I would be nearly crazy. I took Cardui and now I never have tho headache any more." 33 For Coughs and Colds Hnvo Schmidt the Tailor to do your cleaning and pressing. Satisfaction guaranteed. Don't Blame the Hen When ou ejet Idid Ttjos for lltcy Were Good hcn slio laid tlicm You can Examine Insurance Companies and you r.in Can- Business -- Directory & aw ASK FOR RATES- - McMUnnY Attorney-at-L- FLAT t Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve Good for all Skin DImmums. All Skin Troubles 'Aro overcome by using Dr. Iloll's c palnlsaa, harmless nnd nbso lutely guaranteed to cure. At nil dealers. 2Hc a tube. Kor Is tho beat eya remedy over offered tho public. It Is a mow whlto oint-meu- ouincrianus uagie bye salve Co., Duffalo, N. Y., t, solo agotita for Uio United States. Kemoinbor tho nnmo Doau's and Utko no other. Of every million peoplo 800 are blind, anil tho other 0DU.Z00 cntiuol bfo their own faults. dle Eggs, but after all isn't it best to demand the kind of insurance that you know is good all of the time ? Office over llloktnnn Drug Couipnt Hickman, Ky. DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Dcntltt DavldMHi'a thnt tlrod feeling tnke Njnl's R. T. TYLER SollH Tli.o.t Kind old stand. Thono Illckmnn, Ky. No, Spring Snraaiiarllln, it stlmulntlnir, Salvo. It Is as plcuwmt to healthful tonic Helm & Ellison. u a a; puro cream and Is guaranteed Perfumery. Helm & Ellison. t( give satisfaction. 2f,c a box. Take A E. Kennedy, tho lnsuranco man, Particular women uao Helm's Witch has moved his office upstairs over Hazel Cream Lotion for their coin-Brevard's store. You aro Invited to plexlon. Ask your druggist. 1 The Woman's Tonfe Tho pains from which many women suffer every month are unnecessary. It's not safe to trust to strong drugs, right at the time of the pains. Belter to take Cardui for a while, before and after, to strengthen the system and cure the cause. This Is the sensible, the scientific, the right way. Try It Tako out that lnsurnnco today. You may bo noxt to burn out, Kounody, Help Wanted For that cough. Get a bottlo of Dr, tho Iniuranoo limn. Honey. It Is Uio best Uell'a I'lno-Ta- r 11. O. Halo bought four lot In Richmond & llond'H himlnom addition lntt week. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmera I'hono 20, day or night. Hickman, Ky. DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N CJ.H and Beo him. Phone CI. A8k for Omega Flour. Remember, If you don't send the cash with your coal order, I charge A Beautiful Woman Mul have beautiful skin. Dr. Bell's you 10 per cent extra for collecting. A. A. Farli. A Ijoptlc Salvo romovoa blackheads, pi jplcs, chaps and roughness, 1 cavil , Uio Ekln smooth. Try it on our f rantoo Ele Hickman Courier and Weekly ( mmerclal- - Appeal, both ono year 1 (1.25. Get them now. ( ter. Uottersworth & Nono hotx PraUicr. For Internal and External Pains. world-boater-try I I BEST GROCERIES' Phone 4 C. H. Moore remarks that n man can start out any day, nnd Inaldo of nn hour nnd thirty mlnuton hu can engage n woman to woik for him for life at nothing n. week, while It will tako two weoka of solid search to got ono to work at fair wagus and board. SCHMIDT the TAILOR, An oxchniiRo Telephone No. groceries. A for better meats; Sight too Valuablo Our 20c coffoo Is a To bo noglected. Sutlierlanda' Knglo IL IletteriworUi A PraUer. Kyn Salvo will euro any caso of soro oyes, granulated lldH, oiithalmla or A Cough any Inflamed condition of tho oyes. not ralulesu and harmluus. 2Gc a tubo Is n danger signal nnd shouldl'luo-Ta- Ik r neglected. Tako Dr. Doll's at fill dcaloru. Honey at onco. It nllnys lnflnmntlou utopH Uio cough nnd heaU Uio mem Born, to Mr. nnd Mrs. II. A. Now-to- branen. In East Hickman, Feb. 18, 1011, a boy What wo Bay wo do wo do do,Hickman Furniture Co, Moving pictures Saturday sight ": .kkii I""""1"1