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The Hickman courier: March 2, 1911 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 hic1911030201_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: March 2, 1911 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. WmMffifCHhmma0mABtltm' J.O.Stubbs DENTIST Ullnt Hratard'tMnia hon BulWUfl, or No. SI THE HICKMAN COURIER. The Courier haa a Spanking Good Team. Grease the Rxles of Your Wagon, Secton 2 A BLUE MARE I1EBK your iob mini thathai expired crlptlon t Renew promptly I J you wnot the paper to oome to you after thli month Uvertising is the Team that Pulls tno Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success. MO. 1.1 VOLUME OI OLDliBT rAPER IN WEBTERN KENTUCKY Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HO. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1911. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1SOU U14 Courier Want Column iiiTKH One Train At Hickman., J oi- - Cantlllon's .Mlniiiniolla baseball club win arrlvo In lllcknian In a few daya to bglu aprlng training. bane-owl- A GROWL IN THE FAR EAST 'l Pr SM. Woril Vt Wrrk A. II. FREE! A BEAUTIFUL New Business House. D. 11. I.olbovltz, who was mentioned In last week's paper as being hero looking for a location, has succeeded In solving the usual problem that of getting a building, and will embark In the gent's furnishing business. Ho has secured the Hurnett building, whlcji has been recently occupied by Wright & Hamby's pool hall, tho latter buying out Iierendes & Itemley's pool business and consolidating tin? two establishments. Tbla leaves Hickman only ono pool room and It will be located where Ileran-de- n & Hemley's old stand was. Mr. llurnctt will make extensive Improvements on tils building, plate glass front, etc., for his new renter. Mr. Lclbovltz Is In St, Louis this week looking after tho shipment of his stock of goods which he purchased two weeks ago with a view to shipping to one of Oklahoma's dead towns. His plans miscarried, and ho was advised to come to Hickman and look over tho situation. It was only necessary for him to meet some of our business men and see tho 'town to reach a sensible conclusion. Ho thinks we havo tho best llttlo city on the map, and bo will be n Hickman mei chant beginning about the ICth of this month. This gentleman hails from Lowlsport, Ky., and Is an man In bis line, full of hue-tl- o and believes ho can get bis share of the business. i : I 'i Milt I HAM-- : Timothy liny. it Hoi Couches niaJ" to I'lioiio. Imu1 NTKD Till nfrioo. vV.ird Mr. Cantllloii Iioh leuaed Hie park and baa liiHtutltd Imth nurtlor, by illf. ateam and Hliowar batba In room ovir tba lllokiunn Drug Co. l - i . SUGAR SHELL Absolutely Free, No Strings to this offer, we even pay the postage. You cannot buy this for less than $1 at your retail stores. It is made of heavy plate silver. Entire spoon is six inches long, handle is four inches, carved and embossed. This beautiful spoon is given free to every subscriber to the Hickman Courier and American Farmer. Price I HUkiuan kU bar flrtit try out is a tratHlHK pbtoe 'for major Irnxu elulM and If Mr. Caiullloti's mimti Hood mixed hay. Hill HAI.K room hi a iHicrmw tln-r- e U mi raou 4llf , diaw. Htalo l.lliu. Ur should not have on- or Doalrnblo roaldtMtce UiIhi vry yer. a our rliiiiMtr in HHt HUNT: taw early aprlntc Ik warm and pUjk -I'. KllUon. Hi. lull : - Kood dry nook i'i oiitfbhliT or avtrral dnH, and baa Intern 8kh1Ihx Hip time hIhkAIiik Heart Cyprett Hand Drawn Shin-diilucka it tb Ijtk. lor latej B. O. Hale or J. W. A mm baa been arramu-with Ward. tb Mempbb ctuli and oth.r cIhIm toll HU.K Two rvRlntertxl Itwl will probably want Kftiuw. I J Hull Calm. 8 moiilha old. g. Mr. OanUllon ptkHad kta club to tf i ' nv IM, Hickman, Ky. the cbaiHDkllMlilii of tiia AmarlMtn boa a fat Good fnrm hand with AMMttoH tart li:I f.tmlly; too wagua, alx latitat kH of ball tiwMKS. MAY FOR SALE! 25 TON8 ALFALFA SEC W. 8. ELLISON. Ml. Mr Oyitr. an bn bH br e H yr, nl if llwkiimu. ilark. IL 4. t Coino nt one. Ktr " fRlU on April 1G. 'jL (ill 8AJ.K: Kitrb from atandarJ Ilox eiHichu ntadtt tii urdw. Ward Huff Rocka J lllnck IiiKhlmim, I Circuit omirt at Mayftold next Mi White Wyandottea, alao a fow cockerel. 11 juya to gut tlio day. i tk .' Mra Annie McDuulcl, llleK- Mb rob earn In Nko a Won with 30 .. Ky abwt, how and rnln. l.o Wll.h UUY lot No. 7 In Hunry CnhtmlHM la nIIImk on tbo map k Ailtlitlon. K taken tbla tuonUi. Tbla . ' XAKfrna llbbt may c 'luu I bullillnic up faatcr Uutn any in Hxt iKHtrttHtlon. i. J.ir (art of Hickman, and lot 7 la Qua nab larker. ebb-- f of lh Com the atrrot containing Uio larguit lnqulru at tbla ntancb Indian bt dead t us.Ut of bomra. II" wax Utyflv ywm obi. PwHroonln waa office. tbu causa of bin ilaatli. I' II Wilson entertained a buHch W. H. UtcbardiKin, prroprictor of a f fr. im!m at lila elegant boinu Frt- boarding bona at Pulton, waa mug at blithday dinner, tb i d Initamt Ih JudKD Naylor'a court ..n being hla SSnU aimivwmtry, Monday and aaiil to the aayltim at n.i;li In diMu't look It by any llnphlnarllla. TIn gentlemen who wrt for cixmKb to nbnru Mr. WIUoii'r A mMlal from St. Ixmb) aaya: The iutr ulity wore It. T. Tyler. W. A. bMrt cry of tbt man whotm wife la i !... K II. Prathor, Prof. II. K. wInk to d Ivor oh blm to In wire hla a r Julian Chouto, T. A'. llfoN. bappliMM una argutnl by Mrs. Annla Tlminpaoii, J. II. Mtllot. T. T M Yancy, of Clinton, Ky., sho baa ...,. ( 1, Walkur and 8. I.. Ikld bvvn n widow for four years and baa ' 1. r of jwrural couraa, and fit tbre children. Mra. Yancy la wllI.nK ' a king wan nerved In JOkI H- i- to tak tbf buabnnd, pay for hla tak cure of oh many children i' Hint ploawa a hungry 1)l of pay nil en bimI all aay Ibny lH'Vt-- r bad a na want to lite with r liiuv !na xmih.h to Clinton. 1 lUk-aMy- JJ f T $1.40 This offer remains good for only a limited time so send in your subscription now. , I 1 One Price to all. Everything Guaranteed u I I Address all orders to Hickman Courier, Hickman, Ky. Hickman needs 100 moro residences i ( dtM-Ir- I I M M Is I I 1 NETTLETON'S 'kW- .. ? S I I I yes-tunln- y Me-thun- 1 Everything Guaranteed. v One Price to all At tbo M. E. Church next Sunday: Ultimately some of tbo business Sunday School at 9:40 a. m., and at bouses In this city will bavo to bo 11 a. m., preaching by the pastor. Rev. O. W. Wilson. At 7:30 p. m., condemned. there will be a laymen's service. In Ktv. 1L P. Mecks, of Humboldt, which six of the leading laymen, of will preach nt Mt. Ilcrmon next Sun- th congregation will toko part All day at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. in. Tho inumbers of the church are urged to nornlng dlscoureo will bo "A Mil attend both services, and friends lion," and tho evening Bubjcct, "En- bae a most cordial Invitation. listment for Service." At a meeUng of tho stockholders of It Is rumored that a union depot the Dyersburg Road Telephone Co , will bo built In Bond's .Addition In SatQrday, tho following' officers were West Hickman. Wbllo several lota elected for ono year: C. A. Wilson, have Acen burcbascd In a body that president; C. S. Patterson, vice presmight bo adnpted to such a purpose, ident; II. H. Harding, secretary and the report Is nothing moro Uian a treasurer; C. D. Roe, Elvis nnd Artlo rumor at present. Williams, directors. Elvis was namC. F. Smith, tho gasoline onglno ed as "trouble man." manufacturer and general repair man Don't buy now furniture get your lies at Ids homo In a critical condi old pieces repaired and upholstered. tion Ills physicians say there Is no Chas. Ward, over Fuqua, Helm & C hopo for bis recovery. Ho Is sufferR. Is. IJradley left Sunday for St. ing with something like cancer of the liver, and has been confined to Iouls, and Is In tbo markets there this week. his bed for tbo past six weeks. i THE E.-M.-- F. "30" Coming April 1. John 1.. Matthew, secretary of the MlHaiHMlppi Vulloy Transportation Co , wrltoB tbo Cotirlor, Vi'h. 27, as followx: Walker Sells Store. Tho Hickman Grocery Co., owned by Col. C. I.. Wnlker, was sold ovoulng to Kd and Amoa two bustling young follows of Union City. Tho deal was made by Than Rogers, manager of tho store, In Mr. Wulkur's absenco. Mossrs. Mothony nro lnith practlail tutat and grocery men, and should ooslly umbo a success of tho business. Kd was In tho employ of tho Hloie last year as meat cuttor null mado many friends while liu tho olty. Thoy will Invoice and tnko rbargo of the store next Monday. Iluro's to your success, gentlemen. a jH 2 Thirty H. P. "Sliding Gcnr'Jrnnsmission Four Cylinder Motor, Cone Clutch. Just in The very latest styles jSg utidpr date of 111 y.'Jjt B Four Models, All Beauties Come in and look them over. Standard E.-M.- -F. "30" Touring Gar, $1130 ScntinR five passengers, mohair top, wind shield, magneto, Built on smart five lamps, horn and generator included. lines can't he outdone in style and nppcarance, but road service by no means sacrificed forsake of a it; on the contrary a combination of both. The motor, the most powerful and speedy'up to $2000. Built for steady service the most effective made for hill climbing. Long, steady driving docs not heat it. Most powerful, most quiet and coolest motor made- - bar none. Extreme simplicity in able features in a motor the "30." The ily. The car that takes E.-M.-F. 1 construction and control. Desircar attained to greatest degree in car for every member of the famcare of itself. Our 191 Touring Car and Flanders "20" Roadster has arrived. Call us on the phone and arrange for an early demonstration. WILL SELL ON TIME I HIGKMAN E.-M.- -F. AUTOMOBLE COMPANY "Wo nro not ready yot to give out n doflulto public niinouncoinont thf day of snltliiK, but you may say that hnv been uotlflw! that our flrat Imrjce Will bo dullvorud to ua prolmb b at tin- mouth of tbu Ohio on April Int. to that wu otitiht to IihiMii seniro about tbu IKth and wo will land our bjui nl lllckiimn If wo lnive any for your olty or not, becninw Re will want yoni poo pi u to see Uila rirat trip. "Wbcn wo can got n doflnitc date of anllliiB and tho desorlptlon of tbla Lenten 'Services. boat and tho towboat, I will give thorn to you. Wo will lmvo a steel bargo 200x30, with n steol deck nousa St. Paul's Episcopal Qhurch, Hickand hatohoa In tho roof and n cuic-H- y man, Ky., Kov. 11. J. Golgor, Hector. during good wator of 1,400 tone, AbIi Wednosday, Mnrch lab "Lent dropping off to 1,000 In tho ury aa-aoWo oxpeot to have three of It's Purposes and PrivIIIges." It a. in. Sundays. 11 a. in., and 7:.10 p. in. bargea by tho 1st of Juna with lhi'ne a i lp capacity of 4,000 totia, and a Maunday Thursday, April 13, "Tho Supper." 7:30 p. m. round tilp every two week., and of conrso wbon wo got this going wo flood Friday, April IGtli, "Tho will hurry our preparations for more of tho Cross." 11 a. m. ImpoHliiK and moro rapid work. Kaiter Sunday, April lfitb, "Tho Triumph." 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. "Ibis will bo a good sorvloa with Holy Communion: First Sunday in Inaiired niton mid wo will give you all every mouth, 11 n. in.; Maunday dotallH and cut of tho bargos, Jiwt Thursday, April, 13, 7:30 p. hi.; us soon us wo can gut them ready." Hustir Sunday, April 1C, 11 a. m. Locturos: Wednesdays: "Wonion stenlthlly pushed on tho very of tho Now Tostnmont." 7:30 p. m IlelnK Frldayp; "Tho Sovon Worda from tbo nuletost kind of nulot Is a plan and promotions for building a Cross." 7:30 p. in. Jiecowwiry Dlsbop's Visitation, Sunday, April bridge across tbo Mississippi river at This Information has leak- 30tb, 11 a. in. nud 8 p. in. Hickman. Spcolal offering on Eastor Sunday ed out from tbo middle chamber of a office, and Is n straight and wcok days during Lent for Missbig railroad ions. Up. Ono road In particular has desirous of crossing tho been river bore for sovornl logical reasWEATHER: Fair today and Frions. At this timo no further Informa- day, with rising temperature. tion can bo given; but don't bo surRIVER: Cairo guage reads 33 feet prised If something dovclops along and falling. this lino In tho very near futuro. - tat v t,r !r You will like the still shorter effects, the new tips, and the rich tones of the leather. The perfect taste of each Red Cross style and the extremely short appearance they give your foot, make them striiinzly attractive. Come in and get style and comfort, get both. ? You may select any style you wish and wear it in perfect comfort. Tanned by the special Red Cross process, the Red Cross Shoe bends with your foot. It is this that makes it so easy to walk in. Our say iut "How I wish I had tried this shoe before." Come in and let us fit you. Oxfords $3.50 and $4. Ili'uh Shoes $4 and $5. customers always 9 Tho Red Cross Tanning Process The oidlour U ll tinned In lis wccki; teldi uMd to hvrif lb tinoiof pitch inlbura tht leather. This It whf ordinary thoci feci ther draw font UtU The Red Cruu tola li r Uaacd br ' fur thai taiti aU Mntatyou can txoi. Itdoubla when acw, Loos turn tk Team Um hot and hetrrt wbf iWass$e flip j 4 l ii It bends with your foot 1 Bradley & Parham m ,u T H !(" r2 IT'S HERE First Cost and After Cost The Most Economical Car in the World SBBpwrj5BCf' 20 speedometer extra. H. P., 4: Cylinders, 4: Passenger, Sliding Gears, Bosch Magneto. I - Price F. O. B. Detroit, including the following standard equipment: Gas lamps, piping and generator; 31x 3 inch rear tires; shock absorbers on front springs; three oil lamps, horn and tools. Top, windshield and $900 Touring Car Are you one of those, who have felt that a.. touring $900 GUARANTEED FOR LIFE car was beyond their means? I Touring Oar Iunclrods like you wiLjjncjheragg f ?? tf v5 "? a v ft a g 1 2 m (a a S5 d l a 0) "O () II a SS J 8 II 5 58 1'?" s S H 3 O Sfl 35 3 to . San 1 1f . ft 23 J n, i. " 2 ." 3 CO a. O OQ - itt wl U fX I1. (I o I II tS I a 3. V e a fl 3 l s S U& aa - i: r:? 8 to - a a g to rn t 5 Q 4 II u o OS l3 a to 2M I .a . 2 D XJfiZ i JS55 u. --" n So Z 1. 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WSj need more business houses. taken up this month for consideration by a big car concern which has Mrs. Mhry Bold Ims been on the had its attention called to the maiwill go farther here than any- hick list. ler. A represeiitnltve of the comwhere else. Mlsso Hattle nnd Doslu Carpenter pany told a Courier reporter lust We say this thoughtfully, and hni- returned from a visit In ..Mem-pul- week Hickman was a good "street -Mm mr town" ami that they had car s not with the carelessness olten Lmv terns in towns not nearly so promts used in making such statements. Col. C. L. Walker returned this lug ns this city. mon. lug from n business trip to lmils Contrary to our Idea of the thinr Mile. he Miys the geographical situation of The St. Louis Furnishing Co, has Hickman Is exceptionally favorable to A I n'lrr Huk added a Hue of undertakers goods to the success of such IiusImwhh ALL WOOL nun's extreme longth and hills. h tholr stocks. says, would have a tendency to tlou .Mrs. M. Amborg left Tuesdny for I ble 'ho business over a more . v is not only better fitting than Mnyfleld to visit her daughter, Mrs. and closely built city of the v I Guy Bobbins. v The representative has prii i any we have ever handled, but I Keriiou lloberts and Miss Freddie lufil to bring tho bend of the conctr Mill is priced so that we can offer I. . o Welch, both of near Fulton, Were lue In a short time to look nw vi you a better proposition on your and he thinks we will married Sunday. next suit than anybody else can NCW YORK. I t something doing in this line whi th make you on tailoring of equal Bnbt. Whltnell. of Martin, and Miss cm lUHmuite etH our town 'II' CHICAGO S, Kuiilce Price, of Dyorsburg, word' mar- company In ipietitlan. If fnvornbl) Hu quality. ried In Fulton Sunday. prcsud. would ask no bonus, no V Our fabrics are more attracstockholders, etc. Alt they nak to e being Why not build a few nice uptodate hot'ti Is u good proposition. tive than ever, everyone s old shacks and all wool and many of them buildings whereprosout? It might be of Interest to some of stand at our people to know that Col. C. C being special importations to sell at prices that will interest you. .Ins. Jones, nt Woodland Mills, re Mcngel, of the .Mongol Box Co . e Call and look over the line today. ItoiU the arrhal of a girl baby nl eral yenrs ago. offered to put In n his iioinu Tuesday night. car lino hero If ho oould have gotten efC. L. Shaw orders the Courier sent tne Irctrlc light business. Ill true Clothes Elegance nothing compares with Inter to hit mother, Mrs. Mary Shaw at fort, however failed. But the point Is. If cars would have boon a paying Stntt IJne, for one year. national Tailoring. It gives you the very cream of business then (ami It would, or Co!. A. M. Alexnndor, W. C. Beed and Mongol would not have etitortnlnod the woolen markets, combined with the work of the mot Garrigan, Guy Hale siniut Sunday in tho soclnl the Idea of establishing Mills. Woodland It), whv circles of Newborn, Tenn. should It not be doubly so now sine expert tailors and designers. International Clothes arc cut Hickman Is twice as largo ns It wns Mrs. Lena Parham has purchased st to your own measurements and are guaranteed to give1 satMrs. Sam Hampton spent Wednesthat time. P. K. Bradley Is on Uiu sick list. a lot in Bogers Addition, nnd will day with Mrs. Alice Whipple. Of course, ft Is not expected that isfaction. Mrs. F. K. Uradloy Is on the stok If they don't, you have no right to tnke them. build a residence In a short time. cars would run every five minutes list. John Dunonu nnd family spent SunMrs. J. G. McMurry, of near Cayco. nor on every street In the town, but Sold here only and at the most popular prices. See the Mrs ..Davis Is on the sick list tills day with Hun llantou and wlfo. spent hoveral days last week with that limited service between tho oast new fabrics now on display. week Rrwln Logan and wife spent Sun bir daughter, Mrs. W. F. Montgom- and west sections, touching the' new Mrs. II. L. Curlln Is on the sick day at the home of Luther Carr. ery. additions, would suffice fur the preslist this week. Miss Lucllo Utirrus is on tho sick ent. Chas. Wheeler and family spent Born, Thursday, to the wlfo of John list this week. And now, the same element who Sunday with Mr. and .Mrs. Bauton. Choate, a fine buby boy. That Will Davis was In town Monday in for John's autlcs of tho past said we could not gel new railroad., Mrs. Ed Gray and children spent we his mother. levees, publla libraries, entertain I 're J week. L. T. Holllday is In Nashville on Saturday with Geo. Gray and family. Tuft nnd the big guns of tho I1. S . Real Estate Deals, Vital ' business this week. , Upholstering of every description. will scoff at the street our Ideu, but Mrs. Lola Prnthor spent Monday Mrs. A. Sanders is visiting hor parevening at tho home of Chas. Wheel-or- . Bring in your old furniture and get the younger fellows, who have ents in Nashville this week. It fixed up. Ward, over Fuqua Helm brought about tho many Improve- Deaths. S. A. Hard In M. (1 IU' Mrs. Will ilannon was the guest of &. Co. mollis, are In tho saddle and are after Myrtle Moron. 10 wwMks old. IS I IS K. Uradley Sunday. Mrs. F. Mrs. Geo. Gray Is the guest of her big game. All they nsk Is that the M c Hard in M. (I list- J. A. Moore and family are expccl-vMiss Nannie King has returned af- brother. It. L. Hallow, at Jordan, this scoffers and fossils Feb. 21. TvmldwM AKmto. CI.iHd. 11811. to arrive today from Bayvllle, Ln stay Albarta Stolby, mtored. Ml a short visit with her parents. ter weok. In the grandstand ami waWili T. w .Moor iti 11. F K ) to tislt his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Fvb. JC, fwtntuwptloH. Mrs. Mary Jenkins, of Ripley, was the game. H MMr. Mrs. SalUe Cloar, Who has been on Moore. tm hiMd. WTIIfo CrhmH' Ctaik. wtotm, l guest of her mother last week. the Some tlmo ago, the Courier predictU T. OUgkH to W II the sick list for somo time, Is no yenrs. Feb. V. melertu. Bro. Hugh will fill ills regular apCarl Schmidt, tho tailor, wrenched ed street cars for Hickman within Menard. iKtek Imlldlng and pointment Sunday-mornin- g and night. better. his back first of tho week while play- five years. Now wo say In less than MM. Irtht. We are sorry to hear that Mra. Misses Dula nnd Mattle Gray wero ing football, and has been confined that time. KItIinhhhI & lloiul Co ( ' Hefley is on the sick list this week tho guests of Miss WIlUo Ingram to his bed. To Marslml Iarkw and 1f. Frk. IUW, lou ItfohiHoiMl A ll.i. T. M. Flack, (Jus Prather and An- Thursday night. . a girl. We are Just learning of tho arrival drew .Burrus left for Nashville MonTo J. AhiIwnoii and wife. HVb II. rUlj. UNO. Misses Matlie and Irono Hazelett of a fino girl at the home of Mr.and R. G. Hnle to K. O. day a girl. From the Fuliu County tapiiol The stork visited the homo of Gor- wero the guests of their aunt, Mrs. Mrs. Paul Shaw, at State Line. Tho To Jno. .U WhltoJwrd nwl lf. o Rlra. ht Kloliinoml &. Iloml lit lo Miss came Feb. 20th. l don Isbell last week and left a fine Wir Jordan, last week. eb. Sfi, a boy. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA girl. To Gorden l'ne nml wife. Feb. IS, MiHry CriRRs to Tho Mrs. Lucy Do well, who has been In A protracted meeting is being conCounty Court. Richard Prather and Harry Pruitt vory low with typhoid fover, for some h riii. 311 In IkiM Hickman, $4i0 ducted by G. W. Blessing and K. P. Nasll-VllIhave returned from n visit in Tho following ensee were tried by Ti Mnralml (IlfflKd nn.l wlfr. Ft. Joe TtetotiMm lo AUIn Th tlmu, is reported as improving slowly. Wilght over C. B. Wright's grocery Judge Nay lor this week: 37. a boy. In West Hickman. Kverybdody InvitInUHaet HIcktHAH. fl and on Mrs. Frances Flack has returned Johnson vs. J. T. Smlthwlck. MrntUtm. ed home after visiting her son at CrockForcible detainer of land. Found for Iw W. Bhaw V. T. Wood, axe fl, of lb. ett, Tunn. Bev. Spurgeon WIngo, of Troxe-van- t, dufendant. Brownsville. sH. irtvf. IIBM. to IL It Hlu.. Miss Dottle Davidson was in WoodMrs. Kula F.Iks vs. Prate Jones. and Miss Myrtle MeOsry, of thta Tonn., has accepted a call as were imirrted MowUy at iko J. (' (TueirflHt to T. A Tn.-land last week soliciting pupils for pastor of tho Baptist church in this Forcible detainer of land. Found for Court House, by Judg- - Nigrlor. arrw tend, $1S00. a music class. II. II. Harding has built n nice fron olty, and will take up his work bo- - plaintiff. Jimj. li. ItHlltllSOII to (J.o 1 li II. Prather has bought 21 acros yard fence. ginning next Sunday. P. C. Henchoy vs. Nalfeh Bros. A A. C. IlHk(on, of of the Chas. Hlco farm near Woodiiilt by a firm to collect a Hickman. IS. couiitj-- . Ills., who shot awl kill-w- l Mrs. W. J. Cook is having the Cot- smull sum, which by It is rumored that D. Itoe will take land. He will build as soon tia the tholr contrao., U. 0. Ovrrfcy toll. C. FoiHk Pollceiimu FreiK'h In Cairo. tage Hotel papered and put In first unto himself n wife next week. was shown to bo discounts on n bill I, has been granted weather opons up. Addition, $17r. a ekaiige of ven- III class condition. The Cottage Is keepof goods. Chester Harding returned Monday, ing right up with the procession, ue In the Calm clrcull iurt. HI Ittrkmond llond Co to i nnd allege tltot he Mild not g.l Trmrln. lot lllrhiuond &. lloiul The recital at tho Lyric last night after several months stay at Keiinett, Is growing in popularity. n fair trial In that county. u was wltnossed by a small but appre- Mo. n4 I Will. MH Circuit Court. K. S. Bolley, of Crawfordsvlllo, very likely true The ex ciative audience. The numbers on th Sam MiContiel et nl vs. Fal hi Itirhinoiid Contractors Harper & Isboll are Ark., was Horn! Co to II f. g here Tuesday on a relatives In tills riy. HUI nri. Kfl() , aid ( f, program wero well rendered and prov doing Mime good work on the Dyers-buret al. Settlement suit. ' Klil. nker. lots He r trip. Ho is looking-foa locd the participants artist of no small Klla Parham vs. Sam Parham. A Irani that he will ,e tried 'Vnd dditio rond. cation for himself, three brothers nnd' suit for divorce on the grounds merit. Mrs. Murray gives a recital of Quite n little excitement prevailed his father. The four of them reprebefore tho Beethoven Club at Mom-plu- s Tho couplo lived nl Fill ton. this week, and takes up her du- at Louis Anderson's Saturday night sent several lines of business. ties at soprano In one of ho princi- when a sick horse got in the house A. J. Tiirnoy vs. Mrs. Kmma Little At the West Hickman Chapel topal churches In Pittsburgh May 1st. and layed down. The animal died morrow evening nt 7:30, preaching et al. Suit oil note. On March in she will slug the so- Monday. Lucy A. Hlnshnw vs. Slayden & on p special subject by Bev. G. W. prano parts In "King Olat" In New Wilson, and at tho same service the Simdurs. Attachment suit. Plaintiff York. The ontortnlnnicnt last night C. L. Jones returned Tuesday from pastor, Bev. Walter Jones, will give sold corn to defendant and made nu was under tho auspices of the Ama- a visit with homo folks at Hawoi, nn opportunllty for nny who doslro nltnahmont for balance of purchase price. teur Musical Club. to Join tho church. ft mi. I IIS fl Your Clothes Money t"ttlwl,tf""""lt"t'1"l"t,fT"l"l'' f "f"T l't,,l' afifei n I" I I Heard trie streets T" 1 Street Gars Next. I ("? "I" iAxk f VVM A - k, l WW v A. E. ANDERSON'S uvMYx Vv Tailoring 1 sain-alio- : . kS - k-Is! B- a ,tiall:;na e'Xioo- :..?f kw flre-trup- rSoW 7y WivV Vlir '. Bradley 8p Parham COR Millet & Alexander Statistics -- d dollar-squoozer- yi. - a 1 ll.e. i I). 0Hy sin-rif- f proi-pectln- g i. A. COBURN'S GrREATER PRESENTING AN ENT,RE NEW PROGRAMME The population of several West Tennessee towns has been announc- ed by the census department, ns follows: Dyer, 1 ICG; Humboldt 344G; Obion, 12113; South Fulton, 13UI; Tnnton, 2402; Dresden, 708; Clei-sou- , 388. Halls, 882; Newborn. IC02; Hiult y, 2011; 8haron, C08; Tipton-vlI813; Trimble, CM. SacAard sfioefirmen mm imimiatim&rivtMt The Packard needs no brass band It wins its way on accompaniment. merit alone, and is content to do so. The verdict of those who wear this shoe is its most valuable advertising asset ""Genuine worth, like truth, is a permanent quality. Sold at M. A. PACKARD 3.SO w i ! - liWrlr'l Hi I 1 H Mrll 1 If D ilL $4.00 SoU by 15.00 In .11 CO., makers - .ll. Brockton, Masx. rad'ey & Parham Mrs. J. T. Stephens entertained number of her lady friends nt Book F iday afternoon from 3 to fi o'clock. There wero five games nnd nil pros-c-'i- l played the game to u finish. In the evening from 8 to 10, tho program was changed to C00 with six taliN-Hat which both ladles and gentlemen took part. Tho house was dcfornti'd In white and green. On both occasions nu appetizing salad course was served. Music ndded to the evening entertainment. Of course everyone had u delightful time tlity Jiibt can't help it when they are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stephens. guests woro Mrs. The Fopt Herring, of Union City, and Aire Louise Clark, of Stuto Lino, n . n C'inlrmnii Ayers with his court, ronslstlng of Judge Herbert Carr, the Iloach boys, Sam Norman, cnndldatte for Stato Senator, and his chief lieutenant, Judge Lawrence Anderson arrived In Columbus Sunday aftr noon nnd opened headquarters nt the Getl hotel, where they dispensed roy id hosplallty until uftter the proce-- d lugs were over Monday. It was pleat nut to we Judge AiiderMin out on the hustings nnd doubtless he will ,rove a valuable aid to Mr. Norman In campaigning the district, ns every body enjoys the Jedge. Clinton ono of State Line's popular young men, has accepted a place In II. K. Curllu's furnishing tlore, tnklw the place, of IMward C. L. Shaw, MINSTRELS An All White Company 3333.VOTr JUL' ' U JL ELECTRICAL SCENIC PRODUCTION ALL THAT IS NEW IN MINSTRELSY A GREAT BIG FUN SHOW CLEVER COMEDY. DANDY DANCINU. SWEETEST SINGERS IN MINSTRELSY. "YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR MONEY BACK J IUI3J-- SRIWnoTlT.ES Prather. Mrs. J, II. Millet Is expected homo this week from Titusvllle, Fla., where she has been visiting her brother for tho past six weeks. Perfumery, Helm it Klllson. STREET PARADE AND BAND CONCFPTS. AT THE LYRIC MARCH 11. Price8 35. 50 and- ?5c w -- DON'T FORGET THE - mrws II vmi m u J. 0. Stubbs la I Mr HIMIo, . ovrr ... DENTIST " IMr"'" Phunt No. Jl THE HieKMHN COURIER. , A BLUE MARK HEBE mini thatha roar sab orlptloa xplrd Itenew promptly l( you want tb paparto com to yon after thli month (rtisinq la tho Team that Pulls ine CommBicial vnl.tlUE IBTI'APKR m NO. LI KKNTOOKT L!!Li BE tho u,u r SuKM8- - - - -- - - - ThB CouriBr Aas a Spanin' Goad Team. Grease the Rxles of Your Ulagan, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HO. IN WEBTEHN HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, WANTS TO GOVERNOR OF 1911. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 3U44 1800 I I PLANS MADE PUBLIC! KENTUCKY. l v 1 mil Purchasers 'Will Open Suburban Property and Get I stories in East Hickman. jrS sLLHB&IHP&r ?" il Nisy BELGIUMNw vP-N- . jymHU" i Hl ''.: T 12 FACTORY SITES FREE W A Djost Hickman's Advantatges, Resource. Two New Dcpsts, Wa'' Parka, Etc, Among Planned. d V I ! I A . , k t'ourter Mated Uwi w iir.lt in Ulte "Wk' taaue. m .Mull f MttKrn. flrown .. . fur handling the In ad a i "' nEf TSrS iSf '- - 1 i f ntly Miroliaiiil eHtk .r town from Jo Joha- i wiUon mih Aunt Mir !i the f1n4 pb)OS, Ute COM ntylril Tfoe lHekaMM I.. ftXIir " TllWm fttHtUrfR i.. re nil tut MMk with r mirveyluis out UU "I'm Up Ui daUUIe for l i ' i 4 NcedleJolded'' V IA Everywhere you go Made-To-Your-Meas- ure You will find wearers of the Globe clothes. r 9E3T 3k EHIsaTsssiafck LLLLLLLssssHl 1 - I TK The Globe Tailoring Co. OF CINCINNATI ': If i i. nnd plaiting H hUo f .t.ufHrllirlHg sHa and m pUu nr completed th I It la a ll lm put on yafe. o Apen office here inm- I .u a ntmiHti;u if booatlKC hundred mite rr i'i- - v have eMployod aever- The Courier prints above o goc d likeness of Jns. B. McCrcary, - men to travel Ute oldest politician in the State, ho asks to our next Governor. Uw oulNble ,H.f... of telling He is opposed by Win. Addams nnd J. K. I lendrick. 'i. marvelous ndwHintn of n commerotuL wamifaenasi i i4rt Mlturnl to eafr and to Who Mk4 It thr h.-- f U to ei oW UrWO Urt p mw tow) o tksw kinds Go on ' I'M property will no Md wlut Bdunn Um tm tovtn wM ' iniikH, but In H aitHbtr Ih calli-- th.y ilmi n wis ' "Juat llkktuaii " They turn- mi mi iu in tlyy4t Last Friday, the Illcktnnn brnnchi w peopto niwl new bM- Ui be tho fourxl.rs of a n.f Wengel Ibix Co. undertook to iprin-to lllckmatt. They city, but atwply to help ttewlop I lick- - of the establish wliat thoy term "The Km J c Kltiiwin Hmkit r large ma Into trw rtty alio rvtUly hna 'He pkiyes Accident PHind," nml was fol- -' r photograph of the HmJiy rlKkl U) n ami whlflfc Im comld nv- lowed by a walk-ouof nenrly u hunj .w k of llloknwn and of r Imhm U Im- - wttbout more room to dred men, lHoK of them worked at showa im asirwul tMt on ibau ii prsMt be- la which w1H-1m mill. am of any Importnnee WltM; U9M. 4 ' purpose of MO mll-i- n of HtgkmaH. Tlie of tho move was lo TImm lands tby bai. arqnlrwl create a fund for n give bur a more nxm- the tmiieflt of om- Mud as ployee on lint inn ji than i4ie boa ftra as t who iiibjlit reoelre lujiiriofl Mturo cxmIU rnuku thm, and un while at work lu the fnctnrioH, by nJnyMl. hlal apot for a larg rHy Th.-- are hoMlug In rterv 1 imr cent of ench .'h Mill hi mM on any Mi lajrlnc It oK with brood atraJdii man's wage. If n innn wna receiviiu- - trrina lo MiK iwruama- and strewn wttlt a lwuUfMl ing S10 a week, ho wns to contribute x WUik ntjRroon) nml th fnc-- wlstdlns; 4rtM arowad tba top of the 10c n week to the fund. And than, - will Ik Klfdit fr In any bluff oTrlookJn(i tba MI)NrtMltfd rirer In case be wuh Injured lie wna to hiik plant that will Uhxu and ill ronvort tk tUaitrersd bluff half my, or a nnd i' nn) of ttioao bnHtlfil - jM4 aorth of Joe CaaUllon'a bomw have his pltyalciniM ffbills wek, from lmld lHHml offer lo hwun- InUi a publk pharo park. It would this money, ao lon aa he wuh u,!l lx- - tlM IllKlna of A MHH m nn to InpoaalbVe to glv a defor work, not excedliiK 6X a iii for lllckinau ttuiit any scription of the pkvtUDC of tbls weeks. liiM-I. n (lmu birt vr srooud. wMb lu InuUvr drtraa, iwrks Tbe Courier printed largo plAonrd ami pronionsMk-s- , but we hope to print Ia4r a rut akowinn tb uniqH plan. Thursday evening exiilaluliig Ch proioaltloii, and when thoy were On thin Und tby lwv atHMl 15000 posted Krblay morning, almost 100 t of railroad frontAfr whteh wltl men failed to mo tbe merit lu Uie fipportuntty for fnotor- - plan, and went on n "strike." off.r Th- - N. C & 8t. U. It. R. will tbe move was Rood for nil . r.si a station on tbe old depot aiu parties eowcerned, Uie company stuck for the. to on Hut.. Knsd and 7 lb lu lriana or putting It In force iM.oimmMlaOon of Urfs jiart of town A large per cent of the men Inter rela o West! plftoe for a turned to work; otlient held out and ami ib.-r- ' wharf at Uie HK of 7th Street have not yet gone Imck. A union la Will Advance again Soon. railroad already ias- - bor agtUMur aleo appeared on the Tho belt !! BETTER BUY NOW I nd e through and meet the iiwlu lino eri'tte at the opiMirtutie momentslxt-flvHi. L. oti this land. Is said (o have Induced about of Ue N. ('. "atrlkera" to Join the union. C M. A 0. It. It will ah.1 11m Lett in Duslneaa Sudblvlalon (225 saya It Is ngainst also pasre a station mar thai Und Manager Walker WjQ. ColnQ Higher Fait. Will bo the policies of the comimuy to emon rui wliea tlHir Mne la rotitlHU! worth J1000 In two years. wtB be (tone UtU HtirlBg. TMt ploy unhin lalior, which means that ntentrtae nil of Uie all thoae afftllntod with the bibor A big factory to move down from will afford Oita "' "'ore of an od mownwiit will not B"t trnnaiHirtaUon luunville. 6 iiiliiuua work at tho fnotorteH until Uiey sevtown. It la only about tots In G. D. Dond'a Subdivision walk from thta lawl to Caraastl' er their Minneotlciu with tho new or" ly 55 to $90 each. $G00 Library ami City Bdioota awl wair Houses wulua alrradr extend lo Ita wal a Urn when waa JUDGE WISE Two new Ooat Lines coming. Two mR. If thpr eirtorprhdMsi cltlsena'of Hickman Ne Railroads coming. N. C. & St. the Business Philosopher ' unwOwr" and puwi aw L building In West Hickman, too. .niuiit to thla la the owe. for It cr- eiderprlr Something Is going to happen. Inlnly bodes gnat tlilniw for uie Three of the best lots In Southern of our city. Hf.ghtt, the swell resldcnco section m In line wHUt Meaara. i.ni' ' Hickman. Prices right. llrown nml McOehee and Iwlp "ink l" Uie -'t Hickman Is going to boom. Get In n clt)' here, U by 10t-- " for llloktnan "e band wagon or you will get run linpinMdlite with the proper push. cvrr - rWiflln liliir' 3afk - BHB ClotheyT voiJt I I a t i II 11 fr '"Ts II have become famous for the fine quality of their materials, for smart, style and finish of their clothes for the air of distinction they give to the wearer. Let us measure you for a suit. We not only guarantee you a perfect fit, but we insure an individuality in your clothes, that you can get nowhere up-to-d- ate ' . else. Yil l I i icul - If i 100 "Strike." 500 patterns to choose 1 from. Prices $20 to $40. d aat.l 1 I ti v IV I a Smith & t nir Amberp; Special Clubbing Offers. SBssnnnnnrc WW' KnanannnnnnH pk-tur- bou-kvar- re secure I r CnS'fN CsnnnnnnnS rose bushes described below without charge. They are all well rooted one year old plants, guaranteed to reach you in good, condition. Each collection will bo accompanied with full Instructions on planting mid care. Every reader of tho Courior all- of tbe six beautiful - can,' ever-bloomi- Prices have Advanced! 8Ut e i.. DliACK HOSE Tho Black Hoso marks tho highest attainment of the hybridizers skill. For grace, form and color tho large beautiful flowers look as If Uiey woro cut from Uio heaviest dark rich velvet. WHITE KILUAltNEY Tho wonderful now "Irish Ueauty" unfolding broad wax like petals Into enormous semi-ful- l flowers of pure snow white. PRESIDENT TAFT It Is a strong, robust, vigorous grower. Tho flowers aro faultlessly formed, extra largo nnd double, tho color an exquisite shade of bright sparkling pink. YELLOW KAI9ERIN It Is a roWo print nboi a likcnwH of Eld Horace SIborcII, of Capo Glrar-doabust, healthy grower, very hardy Mo., wlio haa accepted a call us p.iBtor of . tho Christian cliurch bush on which great masses of exHickof this city. Tho new pastor and his wlfo aro oxpected to quisite golden yellow roses ore borne. RHEA REID Great masses of largo man Saturday, mid ho will hold IiIh first scrvlco Sunday morning. Subject for Uiu mornliiK sorvlco 1U bo "Tho Cholco or TJiat Good Part." double flowers of the richest velvety red aro produced on tho whole bloomFor tho evening Borvlco, "Tho Knd of tho Whole Matter." Eld. Slber-el- l ing season. has boon stationed nt Cimarron, Kan., for some thno and comes to im DOROTHY PERKINS In liablt of All members nnd friends of Uio cliurch are bloom, It Is extremely free, producvery highly recoinmondiHl. ing flowers In Immense clusters. Tho urged to be present at Sunday's services. color Is nu exquisite shade of clear shell pink. J Three lots sold In G. dition last weok. D. Donds Ad- Four lots sold this week In tho Durness Subdivision. Something do '"3 Look out Now Is your chance to get In on good thing you have been look-'r- 0 for all your life. Opportunities don't come every day, so trade with Russell Johnson or W. E. Dondurant before the prices go up again. ''at G. B. Bond Send us only $1.25 to pay for tho Courier one year nnd Tho Farmer & Stockman one year and wo will send oit theso six beautiful everbloomlng roses postpaid and absolutely free of charge. This Is tho greatest offer ever made and It may bo wiUidrawn April first Order now beforo tho supply Is exhausted. for help In time of financial need. Address all orders to the Hickman Don't depend on friends or relatives. Courier, Hickman, Ky. De Independent as you can be If you start saving now In THE PEOPLES Hickman's prospects for a great DANK. Even small sums saved regforward movement for the present ularly amount to a great deal In a year nro Indeed rosy. Tlio Hickman nobody short time. Save them now and you Industrial League has plans well un-uIM every lnnly Uwal and won't have to go to friends If misforknock nnd we will nil hrtvo a way for Uie location of four takes tune should come to you. lu the Klory when lllokniaii good factories on their property east tUu of hor place aiiioiig the of town. Another concern Is figurUio nation. ing on locating a factory In West Hickman that will employ about 200 men, and local capitalists and boost20,000 Tubes ers nro "rearing to go." Our now Wye Salvo wW "The Hickman worklngman's wage Of Siitherlnnd'a Kngle fund proposition is In force, nnd fac- levees, railroads, boat lines, resicom. mi Is tho legltlmato target of every mer- Kniitzntion. m 1U0S and not one word of tory work Is moving along to tho sat- dence nnd factory addlUons, now Tho company was not seriously w7, ""is" M"7--Vi! chant," says tho Judge, but some of by Uio turn of affairs Fri- isfaction of the heads of Uio con- buildings, morcanUlo and manufacturZmIm imt'uieea. Ask your dr..- - tho guns used ought to bo spiked In day morning. They have continued cern. Whether other complications ing establishment are sure to mako Blflt. our PRESCRIPTION DEPT. A fine to run full capacity, und oven turned will be the outcome of the organized things hum. If you nro Interested' lu oppos- Hickman, get in Uio band wagon if lino of Drugs and Sundries reason- down applications for positions Sat- labor movement between Uio Kvorj'tlilng In lumber and bulldorft' not, go out of town. urday. For the present Uio accident ing factions remains to bo seen. ably priced. Hickman Drug Co. Mooa & Co. linrdwnro nt err p p J J gmmmm tpptpp e Look to Your Bank Book... l- Ma6--00- 0 'l 8rt 8 er tf ,!SSVr s t, , ....... ,.- - , lMMMAMAHaMdaMliBMM COST HIS SALARY TO SLEEP Nowly MuaMriHSakaeBa MHIIiHHHHHBHHHHIIHHHHHBaHMHHHHHHBHHHHBHBMB Now Laying Steel, r"m. We are reliably Informed that tho Chtoogo, Memphis & (lulf ItallrtMd Co. begau laying steel on tho last A nowly eloctcd senator came on early to Washington to arrango for Htretch of the new railroad from to Hlckmnii thin morning. and had an object lesson fur nlshod him on "the high cost of liv- As heretofore stntod, tho steel has ing " Ho wanted to start In "with been laid from Tlplonvllle (o tl.r the swim" and bo at tho conter of line of Fulton county. Uomlurant & things po he priced the "focusal" ho MtMby. contractors for tho dirt wor.i e Elected Senator Oets Object Lesion In High Cost of Living. tel. Tlio XSoist ,X.ttxo 3VXclo I New and FURNITURE We have just filled our large store with a full line of new styles of Furniture, at a price that will enable us to give you new goods at almost your own price. Wc mean just what we say we must sell and we do sell good goods, and guarantee them to be just as we tell you. Try us, if we do not make good, don't buy. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCOItPOItTEAD Next Door to Post Office. make It $650 a month, two rooms and bath, to you. senator without meals." Bald the clork dreamily When tho senator caught his breath, he was two blocks up the avenue. Ho tried another hotel; a moderately exclusive houso whoe lobbies wero a sort of eddying pool of states-moand "Influential" lobbyists. To him tho attendant flamen of this gilded shrine remarked- - "Now, we iave a choice two rooms with hath, at $350 per month" "Without eating Just for a broko In the senator, "why, I'd burn up with fever If I had to sleep at that price!" The salary of a senator Is $7,500, and It Is figured on the high levol of "simple living" In Washington that ha ought to part with tVt much for assured rest at a good hotel But the now senator didn't feel that way about It. Finally It was suggested that he might take a room at the simple hotel of the old days, at $1 por 24 hours, and save money, using tho parcel room for baggage when away over Sunday Then he could tako a peep at Peacock alley and meet friends In the "lobby" which tho mow wealthy statesmen and tourists support. National Magazine "Wo n sleep-Inpplace- hi this county, hao practically finished their work, and whipped their lle stock Monday. The remainder of Uie work, which lies In wet ground, must lie finished a hi wlieolbnnow and dago, and It will take only n short time to clone this gap, under fntnrnlil.. weather conditions. The distance of 10 miles. Laying of Htoel will be pushed as 't rapidly as- possible, and It will be many days until we will see the "mysterious stranger" of the new way looming up In tho southwest. - It strikes the Courier that this ent calls for a gala day In Hickman, and the Commorelal Club should be making preparation) right now. A Smooth Skin lllack Head. Chaps. Pimples, Sores and all unhealthy conditions of the skin are uiislghtl) mid detract from lluy it box of Dr. Hell's the looks Antiseptic Salve, ti creamy, snow-whitointment, apply a directed ami your skin will U as clear as n babes At nil dealers in medicines km I ALL MEN can be correctly, comfortably and economically- - dressed by wearing lftiAlbll.ttltfchiAUfckUUllkAfrLittAAtULlAtli HIS PICTURE Demonstration Auto. IN EVIDENCE Tho Interest aroused som time by the announcement that the Hupp Mortor Car Co. would market n touring car. has been Intensified and cryatnllzcd In Hickman by the nrrlinl of the demonstrating car. for Hubbard &. Kentwdy. An Inspection of Uie car confirms the epectatlous called forth by the first announcement The new car looks good to the Cou . the touring car rler In ( as trim and well proportioned as thr Hupmohlle Ilunnbotit. WUh a wheel base of 110 Inches, and with the long low body. It pleases the eyo at once Insofar ft essential mechanical details are concerned. th touring car differs In no respect from the runa bout The frame, of course. Is heavier because of the added length and the Increased weight It will be called uron to carry The rear spring In heavier ai'd Is made of vanadium steel The ongln Is the rnuno that has won a reputation for tho runabout all over this country and In many for elgn lands. It has four cylinders ami develops 20 horse power, which Is deemed adequate for tho carrying of four passengers, tho car's capacity In equipment, which the prlco of $900 Include, the Hupmobllo Touring car Is out of the ordinary. Tthe stock or regular equipment embraces a Ilosch high tension magneto, shock absorbers on the front springs, gas headlights and a gas generator, rear tires 31x3' Inches, ami the usual 3 oil lamps, horn and tools One of the new cars Is now under going n test to which few cars, new or old, are subjected This Is a tour around Uie world, which will embrace nearly every country ami city of Importance. The car left Detroit early In November. A feature In connection with this car and with all the other Hupmobllo models which Is really extraordinary Is the llfo guarantee This prold4-t- t for the replacement by the factory, free of charge, of any parts which develop defects, either In material or workmanship, during the life of the air. Tho customary time limit of a motor car guarantee Is 90 days, while some maiiufactureia warrant their product for a yenr. So the Hupmohlle guarantee, rover Ing the life of tho car and making no distinction as to ownership nt the time any replacement should become necessary, Is quite unusual The maker's guarantee ami Uie prices give tho Hupmobllo line a distinction that Is quite unique among motor cars. Along with the demonstration car, Hubbard & Kennedy received one of tho new torpedo models mid two or three runabouts. They may be seen on display two doors west of the Courier office, and their big double page announcement In this Issuo gives you a flno description of them. appi-oranco- SURPRISE YOUR WIFE by ordering us to send her a sack of Excellence or White Swan Flour. Should bs Warning to Man With Weakness for Penny Aroads Photographs. Should you feel a desire to visit a summer garden or a penny arcado and experiment by having yourself photographed In a ridiculous pose, remember tho fate of Horace E. Todd, candy-make- r and formerly the husband of !& FvC 2 fi v You'll find the heavy bread, the soggy biscuits things of the past. And both you and she will be surprised at how good a baker she really Is. Deulnh Todd. Deulah Todd was granted a divorce It is poor flour that has been bothlast week by Judgo Goodrich. Bhe ering her. Get her a sack and you'll laid that Todd was addicted to drink. "And tho proof!" the court suggestbe getting the best. Peck Clothes. Peck Clothes are dignified, yet stylish, perfect fitting and unexcelled in workmanship. Our Spring exhibition now ready. You are cordially invited to inspect it whether you want to buy today or later in the season. Spring Pants, Shirts and Low Shoei are now ready for your inspection her purse a photograph postal card It appeared to bo a photograph of Horace C Todd; his cheeks were puffed, his hair disheveled, his collar unbuttoned, and his necktie untied. In one hand he held a bill. In the other hand, four aces. Ueneath the picture When n man wants his clothes there appeared this line: "A million A Maine Record. cleaned and pressed he always looks aire today; a tramp tomorrow." "I think I can safely lay claim to "Is that a picture of your husband T" having hauled more wood Into Rock- for a tailor. Schmidt the Tailor. the court asked. any other one man." says land than "It is." If goods dont suit and prices dont OUs Tolman of Rockvllle. "I hays "Divorce granted," the court debeen at It sixty years, hauling an av- suit, dont buy. Hickman Furniture cided. And Mrs. Todd, tucking the erage of 200 loads a year with an Co. postal card safely away In her purse, of seven feet to the load. I walked from the courtroom. Kansas brought my first load Into town behind City Star. In 1860 and sold It to IV pair of steers the late 8. H. Hurpee for two dollars MME. LILLIAN NORDICA. Kennebec Journal. t. cord." House Hauntedl Low Rent! When alien Immigrants arrive la Opera Star, Wife of N. Y. Bankthis country they often bring with Gives Prompt Relief them a stock of misapplied Ingenuity. er, to Sing For Suffragettes. William II. Douglas, Jr., of WashingTho tenant with a ghost Is a game ton, I). C, says. 1 tako great pleasthat la being played by foreigners In In Informing jou I have used Dr ure various parts of tho United States, Honey and it gave iiells Tine Tar and, what Is more. It Is being played 8 me almost instant relief. successfully. The newcomer takes a house, and, Sweeping decisions as to freight after one or two payments of rent, complains that tho premises are Jttcs on virtually every known va-- t r wi5SwJsbbbHBhBHbU 1 Quaking with simulated haunted. wf . r vHsBttsBmaVHsks merchandise trnusortcd by fear, he tells a tale of horror of a lallroads, were Issued by the lnter-- i headless man seen stalking from the tntu commerce commission Friday coal cellar, a lady in white or of someThe railroads are denied the right to thing Invisible but groaning. Now, a put Into effect their proposed Increasghost Is the average landlord's prime r es In rates and can take no furthi-Spectral visitors afford aversion. step In that direction for two splendid subjects for gossip In the neighborhood, and prospective tenThe decisions, marking the end of ants seldom fall to hear and be at rato cases and affecting warned off by the story. railroad In the country, mark a Anxious that the report shall not complete victory for the shipping lub-i- c get about, landlord confers with tenin their long fight for lower tariffs ant, and In several such Instances the result has been this tho tenant agrees to stay on, to say nothing The Hickman Job Shop, rural teleabout the matters to others and to phone No. 30, Is now open ready for put up with the ghost, providing the business. Will he open until S.:m rent Is substantially reduced. i very night. Second hand goods bought and sold. Country Encouragement. produce bought. 2c "Why should you be despondent?" asked tho poet's friend. "Why shouldn't I be dospondent?" tho poet replied. "I've been trying to add a bit of cheer to the world. I bavo written some things that men A Take That who ought to know haro said were sublime, I havo endeavored to describe t' beauties of nature, to spread the gospel of brotherhood, to teach kindness and goodness and until we have a chance to figure on the clothes queshopefulness. Ilut tho people persist detion with you. In Ignoring me; the publishers cline to accept my poems; my genius You'll find all the claims that wc make for Is unrecognized; I am left to starve C. B. Travis ed. Houlah Todd draw from OT1fTTl"'fTllfTl'l'l'!TlHfTlWfrifT!3 five-doll- BALTZER & D0DDS D.G.CO. INCORPOHATFD COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Kulton Circuit Court. Kentucky lien O Hale, Plaintiff against non Malady & Etc., Defendant W av-ura- COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ye-ir- s tho-grc- ev-tr- y Dr. Bell's Antl-Palsudden attack of Cholera Morbus Is dangerous. Keep Dr. Hell's Antl-I'alat hand, a doso relieves utmost Instantly. It also cures Diarrhoea, Klux, Cramps and ull Dowel Complaints. n A u DON 'J J V "I'll Suit," clothing fully verified by a visit here. You'll find the goods just as we've been telling you they were. You'll find selections complete. And you'll find our charges extremely reasonable, considering the class of clothes that we turn out. No time like now to look. SCHMIDT, The Tailor J. P. Tyler, superintendent of Uio Fulton Water Works, found a piece of wood HO!) feet below the surface of tho earth while boring tho now city well. Tho drill had Just passed through about 12 Inches of rock when tho nugur went Into a different substanco and on examination it was In my attic." A hundred found to bo wood. An examination "Cheer up, old man. years from now your poems may be showed that Uio log must havo beon Illustrated by some artist who will get onco a walnut tree. It Is soft and spongy. How camo It to bo at the $500 for each of the pictures." great depUi beneath Uio present of tho earth and how long It Iloynolds-Moe- s & Co., Who recently purchased tho lumber yards and stock had boon there are questions which It of the Hickman Lumber & Pinning would be difficult to nnswer. Mill Co., announce that thoy havo Granulated Eye Lids Increased their stocks by soveril thousand dollars, and nro now pre- Do not need to be cauterized or scarpared to furnish lumber and mater- ified by a physician. Sutherland's Eagle Eyo Salvo Is guaranteed to cure ial for building any kind of a struct thiyn without pain. It Is harmless ure on sliort notlcu and at reason- and a sure euro for granulated lids. 2Go tubes at all dealers, able prices, 8 sur-faco L.ilt.... Im.iIi r.... i....,... t... J lluniion. (luurdian 4c I Vertiff, against Htuvo Htahr c, D f uut, Kqulty. II) virtue of a Judgment and Order lly vlrtuo of a judgment and O of Sale ei Fultou Circuit Court, ren- of Hale or Fulton Circuit Court du rud at the January term, theredered at thu January tonii lhr of, 1911, In tho ftbotc cause, for a lUtl, In Uio above cause, for a d division of the funds derived from tho lou o" the funds derived from the . sale of the follow inn lands, I h.U of Uio following lauds, I shall , proceed to offer 'or tole at Uio Court cccd to oiler for salo at thu U House door In Hickman, Ky., to the House door lu Hickman, Ky., to highest bidder nt PUIILIC AUCTION, .HtneMt bidder, at PUlll.IC Al'CII on tho 13th day of March, Hill, hi on tho 13th day or March 1911 . Ton (10) o'clock, a. in., or therea- Ton (10) o'clock a. in., or tboreul bout, (being CouuTy Court day) upon (being County Court day) upon u credit of twelve mouths, the follow. credit of twelve months, tho fol Ing described property, lug described property, Tho northwest fractional quarter, Au undivided Intern, and tho undivided one-hal- f Interest thu following land In Fulton Com ot tho northeast quarter of sect.ou Kentucky. Hounded as follow, 3.1 and a undivided Intercut wit. On thu north by thu bind of thu northwest fractional quarter John Harm, on tho east by the I of section 2C, all In Township 1, It C, of Charlie Iloach, on the south west, It being aud Is thu sumo laud tho land of John Pollock and on Inherited by Vernon and Joseph D. west by tho laud of John Pollock Malady and Mrs. Pearl Carr, a daugh- being and Is Uio land inherited ter of John Malady and Snlllo Mala- the children of W. J. and Mary H dy, deceased, from tho estate of John noii obtaining same by Inherltu Malady, deceased, tho deeds of con- from her mother, Maltlo A. Polk, veyance to said lauds may he found ceased, seo deed book 9 page C2, 1 In tho office of Uio Clerk of tho Kul tort County records, aud being n I ton County Court In Deed Hook 27, (tlon of thu 8K Qr. of See. 35, T Pages 2C0, 309 aud 457. W., containing Gl acres more It. Or sufficient thereof to produce the less. tho sums of money to ordered to be Or sufficient thereof to prod Made. For tho purchasu price, tho Uio sums of money so ordered to purchaser, with approved security or made. For thu purchnso price, securities, must execute Iioud, benr-In- g purchaser, with approved security legal Interest from thu day ot securities, must execute Houd, !' salo until puld, and having thu force Ing legal Interest from the day and effect of a Judgment. Hiddurs salo until paid, and having the f will bo prepared to comply promptly and effect of a Judgment. Hlddi r witli theso terms. will bo prepared to comply promi" J. It. MILNKlt, Com. ly with thesu terms. J. 11. MILNKlt, Comm'r Contending that Hundoy funerals caused excesslvo labor and mental Itepresoiiintlves of tho Pullman fatigue to tho pastor In charge, and havo announced that If tho high r that thoy could bo held on oUier days courts hold ngnlnst the compaiiN of the week, tho Protestant Pastors' right to sell sleeping car nccommoi' AsHoclatlon at Pnducah has odopted lions to negroes, Pullman service w.' resolutions urging tho public to dis- bo discontinued lu Mississippi. .M continue holding Uicin on this day. Pearl Morris recently obtained a $1 It was further resolved Uint tho prac- 000 verdict because negro blshoj tice of remaining at tho gravo unUl wero admitted to a car occunled b It Is filled ho stopped. It will U11 bo hor. That Pullman cars will bo do In order, wo suppose, to shod a fow ed when running through, the tears provided no ono Is looking, u thu warning. -lo-wl-t: lo-wl- t: one-nint- h ono-slxlh i tt -- T.i, NtPhlfci- l- Convention Galled. t to n nil I of tlic rhnlniiiui - tlu First Cum t in Columbus Monday inon n convention to nou.. i iill.-for th)i. mniriiilc oaiitlldHtt in from the couiitloH of I'til iii ktiiiin. to meet In Coltim imrwUiy, March 23 The pr. ,it NATIONAL CONVENTION. NOW READY j Louisville's Friends Are Urging Her Claims for the Gathering. Louisville. Already a very lively contest Is on over the place for holding the next Democratic national convention. Already four cities either are openly after the convention or nre casting sheep's eyes toward It Daltl more, lx)iilsvllle, St. Ixmls and New York City. Of these Haltlmore la tho most active and is making tho most noise. Ixmlsvlllo has a flno convention hall tho First Heglment armory and ns between Haltlmore and LoulsvL'le the o average Democratic senator or who expresses himself prefers IxnilBvllle. St I x) ills has a confirmed habit of bidding for conventions of both parties and it Is preparing to moke a bid for both tho Democratic and Republican national conventions of 1912. Tho Coliseum at St. ixjiils, where Parker was nominated in 1904, Is one of the most capacious and coin on lent convention halls In the country. repro-kcntatlv- "Lame ft j v4h Leg Well" "I say i 1 , litiollfl Will March SI. 1)0 Ill-Il- l u ihouiclil by a fow that n pn tiil In- - cullml Inasmuch as a aitllcl to nominal. lh Ktnto Senate, but !,i, way do not ,! i nought Oil id tin Insltlo workings of a uid b(-i- i fr I iiih- - . , , wan entirely bar best of foHng pre ail ,,,i. was taken an to tho man .imtuiiliit: a candidate, thtr a oonveiillon nml I'ltit The convention wan tii- - unanimous choice ,,i ..ti.'iitlon Hi.- -- 1 i i inn. of IltoVuian. wan 1. ,m which In unite a nun n Mr Dillon's populnrlt) . Plumber and Tinner is NOW READY to take care of your wants. When you need anything give us a chance First-cla- ss A Sloan's Liniment on a lame leg that has given mc much trouble for six months. It was so bad that I couldn't walk sometimes for a week. I tried doctors medicine and had a rubber bandage for my leg, and bought everything that I heard of, but they all did me. no good, until at last I was persuaded to try Sloan's Liniment. The first application helped it, and in two weeks my leg was well." A. L. Huntek, of Hunter, Ala. have used that wish to I 4 I .'I Good for Athletes. Mr. K. Gilmak, instructor of athletics, 417 Warren St., Rox. bury, Mass., says: "I have used INTO VIRGIN TERRITORY. Kentucky Railroads Planning Extensions Development Will Follow. Paris. That the IxniLsvlllo & Nashville railroad proposes to extend tho Frankfort & Cincinnati railway from Parts along the route originally surveyed for the old Kentucky Midland to unoixmed twrKory in Morgan county and makes Paris a terminus for tho & Bastem railway, wbldi recorotly became a iwrt of tho Louisville & Nofclivlllo aystem, and a distributing lioint for the South and Fast id clearly evident from Information re ceived hero from the headquarters of the system. It in the purpose of the Louisville & Nashville railroad, it Is said, to improve Uie lino of the Frankfort ( Cincinnati road. Tho physical condition of the road hai never been such, as to inako it a competing line, and it was the iiurpoM; of the IniIsvIUo & Nashville, when It absorbed, to extend It into rich territory, making It a valuable a?et to tho country through which It is to pass. If the plans discussed are brought to fruition little towns along the original route surveyed for the Kentucky Midland that have been anxious for railroad facilities through the unopened torritory will have their hopes realized. For many years North Middle-towIn tills county, has been o contending bidder for all linos that have been proposed,, and heveral surveys for roads have been made. Nothing has resulted, but North Is still making an effort to secure a road through that territory, which Is conceded to be the richest in natural resources of any of tho In Bourbon county. Hased upon the imo reliable Information ta the plan of the Louisville & Nashville road to make Paris the terminal of the 1exlngton & Kastorn road, and all tho tratllc on that road will come to Paris for traniorta.tion to the South and Fast. Should this bo jmt into-- effect the car 6hops of tha & Eastern, now located in taxliiKton, and the majority of the of that road would be transferred to Paris, which would mean a substantial lucreoso for Paris population. Inter-urban Mld-dletopre-olno- l - s Moore will no duui.' Hon i l.D ,.ii. I Jo JnckiKtH. of . iH.k. n of na prolmiil i Moor ha on Ij' a.rt- i I l.ttlon awl Mark tllill It U off lit phiiH If If .. Mr. Jnckcoii h .1.(1 IMK--. Ii ! . W. A. DODDS Plumbing and Tinning Co. Phone orders to Lumber Office. Both Phones No. SLOAN S LINIMENT with great success in cases of extreme fatigue after physical exertion, when an ordinary would not make any impression." rub-dow- n ,. - if.il iv l' iltatrlct for two Urn by Mr dut liuaeh huh also h i.uiO. C0tWMtHH MSI 34 )'' lwSi'S & Halnl. the pojiular of tin t'liion City t'omuii-rclal- , HERg YtURE '. i in an that "other towns ar.- irjItiK to ixjiwit with lu-auburlMn addition Hcheineti and all that Wirt of thl iik, but nil Union lluoai a Itttla City noedii Is more hour's " Suroly, our frlemla are not tryliiK to hand LHc for imr momr' worOi. lli.hman a packawo. It Is true tliiit IVrcy Trmvta U at aoaM from Mar- wi ar opeHlg a fw- - nddltlonn, but tin we bare no vacant Iota on which to ItKAL UTTATK for nalu. tieu M. luUd; ami then tho Krowith of tho towa k forclHK the lulilltloiw and not U. Hliaw. tfee addllioiM cnii.il iik the boom. It pays to pay oath far your coal. A. A. Farlf. Hank accounts fur ovury school ay ratnriMNl from Mam- A. . rt eMId of Mlddluburo, Ky wore atarb Mamrday by a philanthropic cltU Preati Barknt la TteHIng SM fa sen of that town, J. II. Ilartlett. "who deposited amnll hiiiiih In thu Ktal laata Mila wewk. saviMRM Iwnk to tb credit of (lIU'.ll IIIIIU- CariMutrr haa rHurnl from of tee children in tho hoIuxiU. Not a vk.lt a UraaiAla. one of 'the Ht6 children, whlto or afdug palHtlng wKli II. black waa forgotten. lk ' ' count) .ate i.. hw. rrprMMtlHg Cnyr. . a primary, fh other ala-'.it- . neloUUW VvtJMfi far a 5K front ImHhh iitK i - h. t .r Am i"?. J: it JVI .'! MaiMlmil - i. . n wilHl U war a- - hi- - roHNUOfi: DstannraU IjaflfataUvf Iriatrtrl uf ii i in.t i i - t..J. muu tfni HtariliiK next .Monday the Hem L.-' will a k;iI n maintain a twlce-a-wsonic- at Hickman, nnd will hvnin-lillimate of the Kcrd IferoM The Stacker, which lx Konerally In this Inule, Ik still on the way at Mound City, nnd whon In shapo naln, will be put lit tlio MumphlK-Clucliiune o tl Sloan's Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints. Pf!ces,25c.,50c.&U00 Slum.', book on nelit I 'Pal r ft linrnc, cattle, .hevp poultry freft. A. I. Int. runt qtJIziqI T Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boiton, Mtti., U.S.A. trade Hickman buflluetta man said today: "I am called on so ninny times to give aid that I am disponed to adutlro tho English sparrow. The Hngllsh sparrow Is at least able to take care of Itself; no one is asked to pjlve donations, for tho Knglli.li sparrow." Some truth In this. A uf KaMHflky, nkuM iraml iikm ratte wmilditls W ra- .lUrtrtct In Ufa Ictola- of ICmtHoky. In Um 1 ...1 :, --u laMy of the )wr of f'.iiowlHK mntinor and in- . 113. OPEN Hickman Electric Studio Photographs in every style. Prompt Service. All Work Guaranteed. NOT HOW CHEAP GOOD BUT fan. DfmooratM In th in (ha eounU ... I llickinnn, shall ni'K i ilny of March. HI!, at oho o'clock, p. m.. rim! i, nml lfct detagaiaa I a IxBtnlithit DUtrJot emtjmr io Im held nt CoIiiihUua, Ky , of March. 1011. which I'. . Ilalm A rNtfeftu. n nhall iiiuulimli a Dmw- Mm. I. U. Ilnbkoni rm rrtnrNad iiniiit-- f nml oaiulIilHto to rn-- from a TlaH In NaahvHto. ut plac. In al e0tmUn mt vartotia of at iar "I'ta oasy to make n living," said a woman who had novur earned a cont In hor llfo. "Why, the newspapers nro full of advertisements offering agents $100 a mouth." .id i... ' i'k. ii. hmt IKhilallVM DWrlil in tln mat, of Ktmitiaky. nnnil Aa- - ' . ' I Homer Etna, of Mabel, haa been to b hah) nt Cottimlma. visiting friends hem tbla wMk. .ii the data atiovt wt frtli. the I)moorntlc h- Mra. Henry IIHmh. of Uototi City, 'i said off trio. la vtaltina: relatlvca hrrc tata wcrk. fuiilur rtMiold. that lh lm-- f Snow fell In lnaarM, dull., laat r pri.HHtatlun from ntd for Hm- - flrat Unw In SO yearn. an rIkiv mtniltoii-- ' Ii to nald Dlntrlrt Ooh-- " d of uvury do Slawtard nardun nhall In oiio dili-a- l fur lorli'tlon at llolturimorth & I'rathcr'n. " twi rant In acli precinct 'um RfiiHrel ulectliin for tn Ki.l.t Haddkr baa rHnrwd lo hU l Imuic for I'rofMdtftil Martin, after a tiw daya "'nu of tlm United 9tatK. unit hen- i" iMisiiti votn for any frac-- t Twrtwr haa nHiirned Mra. OiHirg xaIiI prt'clnctn, inure tlwn S3 to (Union aftor a rtaH waii Mra. H. ami In fent tlioru la any (Irani i'IIIiit of until Miimtlwt ttot M NaJfch l nm than 36 Dumoaratlc rotM. Mra. L. F. AihUM Nil children, of lam l'roftldiinttal olaotlon, thwi I'oion Cky. kava Uaeii vlalthiK Mm. it. i inct nhall ho (iiitltl.nl to on M. IC MrNetl. n . m-a- r - u further rwolved, that la a majority f la tote ut In until ilhttrtct roi-hlii- W A. Carp-nt-- r wna Wfc from handles the best paint Trt'crvant, Tran., tail jrcak. ITT Mra IV II. durlln aatl ralWrcM arc In Union CHy. vWtliw Make them think you have a bran Chas. Ward, the uxpert upholstur-er- , new heute. Paint It this spring and will be found at Ftiqua, Helm &. make It look like new. W. A. Dodds Co. store. Old furniture put in tipIn HtiW r. '.- town. top shape. We do Copying and Enlarging, make Medallions nnd Crayons. View and Flash Light Pictures any lime or place. Open Evenings. ii CONTRACT FOR NEW CHURCH. Come and See. Whlteshurg. At tho mouth of Hock-hous- o creek bids are being received for tho construction of tho Indian Bottom church, which was established over a century ago, the oldest church In Ietcher county. The old church building an ancient landmark was raxed a few weeks ago, to make way edltlce. The church for an was established by Elder James Dixon In 1S07. Next to Price Hotel, J. Madison Pollen lI H nea ave-- The Mark on r i iT fLa Silverware Tlte uiont nit-- it K.1ti- ' MOTT AYHItS, Qhnlriiian. J. T. DILLON. Svey. Full rtock Illiodo i lU-Krkb at 7Cc per ncttliiR of Nannlo Self, KKD I, Illcknmn.3p Is-i- Mra bono Mktdk Mia 8. N. SwwHvy liaa rturuil front a rlaM lo her mother In Drtii-tt- a Make Every Dollar Worth More Than a Dollar... This store makes prices that nre real persuaders. You look nt n beautiful piece of furniture, nnd wish you could afford to buy it. You look nt our red price tag, and find that you CAN afford to buy it. Just that experience awaits you here. We think we can show you the A pain In the sldo or back that catches you when you straighten up calls for a rubbing application of BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It relaxes tho contracted muscles and permits ordinary bodily motion without suffering or inconvenience. Prlco ific, HOC and $1 per bottle. Sold by 5 Hickman Drug Co. rm khlAgJnCr JTRyk VN R ttX ir Downed lr.t)4 "! 'ulcr l"i"M plated Jural. lo UWer. furWi, I1U tlm ,mo lit'r r- I a luuk, i KlnR. of M Dorc-nn- , wt 1 Oil HALK: 1 t hi- I'k-kft- t Nt of laata UnlttnUy. Uulu mid Maymn 7 the month to build. Get r plant ready and let ut deliver e lumber to your lot. Cverythlnrj Mra. Ilattlc ltoer nml children "fed in a building from the brlok i afieral ilnva thin week with the foundation to the nail that Mm j a Mr J the ihlngles on. New plu.Tb-X, M. Nnlfch la In St. louii till and tinning thop added to the week huyliw aprliiK ood for tho nets. W. A. Dodd. firm of Nalfeh Uroa. Dr' !ooil Co. 'iik the new untorprbiun for Tip- lb in n Htnvo factory. The friend of Ally. Hob Klntt are Iirker. & Co. of Union City. lmo iryliiK to Ituliire him to untor thu I hix ncrt'H of land nwir the race for Stalo Sonnlnr nunlimt No'' for five yvnra, on which the iimiii and Kroat. r will he built. Work Iiiih al- I'LANTINO COITON SKKI) KOK ' In Kim on the hiilltlliiKH nml the SALI-JWrlto Tor papeni elvlng prlo-u- a " ry will ho liiHlnllcil In a nhort nnd otlwr p.irtlculiira coiicornliiK slilpplni; facllltlcH will bo In- HlK Holl Socd. J. tho I by tho oxtoiiHlon of tho mil- - IJ. 4tp. OKIKIl. Corinth, Miss. lo Illckmnn. Trnlna nro now nr to tho ntnto lino twolvo inllea Ilnrls & Kennwly lmo received ' r Tlpionvlllo. 'llio coiiHtrnc-tr- . thi-llaundry machinery, and an exw U nt work nhovo the state pert from the factory U hero Install ii'd the road will h(kiii liu open-l- i .iur siinie TJiIh will certainly bo one Ml roush to Hickman- - Uko CUmn of the fluent plnntu to he found out lr XfWB Hkk of tho fiirgur cltloa aiM-it- March The Iteynohln Mosa &'Co., liniilipr of iha illy, lmv Ineorpo-iin- l their linaliiFH-i- . The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. J. A. Thompson Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Every member Is rco.usted lo ha present with her mite box. LEST YOU FORGET the place to get building material, paints, oil, turpentine, and all necessaries In build Inu and finishing a house, even to the guttering, Is at W. A. Dodds. I till M w ROGERS BROS.,.,?, nrthliiii.rkontyranroti d'ulfltfiiUti Koicera fpL. Ri7fjL hit. (first infeUtn lM?),.ilmBtur. jtMtmlt Hkl1 the original r ,,, 1 !,,. Largest Stock of Furniture to be found in this section of the state, with variety to suit all tastes. It is impossible to give I lllfli I I W.. I IIIIIIH, lllllll! lllllll ' v WJ VUW lllur' Vv-- . If I, w iVi '111 - ll"T"ylwr.. Srndti.rr.Ukvu. SoU ul drtln. bT 1,lln II' i " inttut- - ttiowlmi V kl ill ; MKIIIIIKX IIIIITA.NMA CO. V&', 'll ill III lll'"l(all.ll.f l.Nw .rlJ,.,C0.fc I J : Olor-HiiDBu- 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 nnd ranges. Nothing better and reasonably priced. Let us show you our line in any department before you buy. Fair Dates. Phono VEGETABLES 'Following are tho dates set for In tl-- o West Tennessee circuit: fairs PRODUCE Murrny, Ky., Aug. 30, 31, Sep. 1, 2. c. 11. moore FRUITS Union City, Sept. C, 7, S, 9. Drohdon, Sept. 13, H, ID, IC. Paris Sept. 20, 21, 22, 23, Humboldt, Sept. 27, 28, 29, 30. Miss Florence Metheny returned to Jackson. Oct. 3, 4, 5, C, 7. her homo In Moscow Tuesday after Corinth, Miss., Oct. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 a vlclt wltlt her uncle. It. M. Metheny Meridian, Miss., Oct. 10, 11, 12, 13, f f t .?, J J v r ST. LOUIS FURNISHING CO. 14. LUMBElt Hoyuolda-Mos- a & Co. Win. A. Jewell, of Princeton, Ky , has been spending several days 011 Heel foot Lake. MEXICANS START PEACE Good ACT IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE FUNERAL OF WAR MINISTER. SUIT FOB V 31 rIIHIIII!!alflllllBflllllllllllllIllIIfllfilillllflllllllIIIBIIVIIIfCIfvlfifijii rfTrrT; 5prcaas tasicsi wears Longest .i.-- looks Best INSURGENTS WANT EVERYTHING PUT INTO WRITING BEFORE THEY MEBT. Drugs Brland and Associates March In Brun Obsequies, Then Lay Down Thslr Portfolios. Paris, Feb. 2S. The members of the cabinet asuomblcd at the Elysoo palace following their attendance nt the obsequies for Gen. Brun and presented their resignations At the military funeral ot Oen. Drun, the late minister of war, the entire garrison of Paris participated. President Fallloros, the cabinet, tho dlplo- m These nrc three of the reasons why every property owner who wants the best job of painting, am!te ..... h . i uuc .I... ....it jiu.uu mic uccu ui iiui ih lor longest possible time, should have his painter use f-- 3' Sherwin-William- s PREPARED Paint (S. W. P.) agency of the Mexican revolution, an- wasted unless the ingredients nounced that nothing would be done to further the negotiations locking to- used in it are of the best. ward oeace that the Mexican govYou will find them so at ernment baa stated until Diaz and officials Klve those who are authorized to carrr on the adancus written authority and promise In wrltlnc to abide br the result. The plan, as put forth by tho various Juntas of the Insurrectos la that government officials and revolution i President Fallleres. leaders meet on the border line and ucfcy negotiate peace terms. corps, members of parliament roatlc Dlat' Abdication Demanded. SomerBoL It Is said on Rood authorand of the French Institute and those The principal provision that the ity that tho government will Iwgin the distinguished In every walk of llf0 asleader hold out for is tho erection of a JG5.000 building not Intur sembled In the grand salon of tho minabdication of Diaz and hlg principal than April 1. istry of war, which had been transofficials and that they shall never formed Into n mortuary chapel and again be candidate for office. They Georgetown. Claude Greggs was ac- where the previous day thousands had also want all Insurrectos pardoned, quitted on a charge of killing Will viewed Mo body us it lay In state. and demand that the men in tho field Jones, the testimony showing Uio Premier Brland. on behalf of the deed shall vote upon tho terms of the armgovernment, nnd Oen. Michael for' tho was done In army, paid eloquent tributes to tho istice before the final signing of tha memory of Oen. Brun. Tho premier protocol. Out of the counties In the state laid Dr Qomer was the family physlclaa which- - havo special stress upon Oen. Bran's made their reports on as- Inspiring of President Dim, and was In tho sessments after the county boards of building leadership and bin service la up the French aerlaj fleet unlast election candidate for the supervisors' havo completed tiieir til It had becomo, of Mexico on the same work, Henry county Is tho only one the greatest In the the speaker said, ticket as Francisco L Madero. the world that has shown a falling off In the candidate for president. assessment for tho county as com pared with last year. Peace Nvwa Confirmed. TURKISH TROOPS REBEL Kl Paso, Tex., Feb. 18. ConfirmaLexington. The Hon. Poyd Wintion of the report from Washington Garrison at Ylldlz Kiosk Refuses to that the local lnsurrecto Junta bad chester, of Louisville, upon Invitation 3to Revolt Fight Is Momenbeea approaohed by three Mexicans, of Judge W. T. IJifferty. dean of the tarily Expected. who say they represent the Dtaa law college of Kentucky State univergovernment with peace overtures, was sity, will deliver a lecture before tho Phlllppopolis, Bulgaria, Feb. 28-had here in a statement from Abra- law students. The exact dato has yet Ylldlr Kiosk garrison, Including ham Oonzales, provisional governor to be determined. His subject will bo a battery of artillery, has mutinied of Chihuahua to a local newspaper "Tho Roman Civil Ijiw." against being teat to the Yemen, man. Three envoys, said to be promiwhero nent In government affairs In Mexico Campton. Charles, son of James cording the natives are in revolt, acto Constantinople advices revisited El Paso quietly about ten days McXnbb, of Campton Junction, whllo ago, according to Oonzales. They met at work In a tunnel on the L. & E. ceived here. Loyal troops surround the nalaco Oonzales and Raoul Madero, brother railroad, was instantly killed by tho of Francisco I. Madero, provisional explosion of a dynamite blast. Tho and a fight between them and the mutineers Is momentarily expected. president, and now in the field with body was blown to atoms. The censorship has preonted dethe lnsurrecto forces at AhumudL Lexington. Sam II. Clay, secretary tails of the mutiny becoming public. Aak Credentials of Envoye. According to Oonzales, the envoys of tho Commercial club, Owing to the strained political situaasked upon what terms the lneurrec-to- s presented his resignation, which was tion In Turkey, such a mutiny Is conwould accept peace, and were In- accepted, to take effect March 15, and sidered likely to spread throughout the array. e formed that the provisional govern- a committee was appointed to resolutions of regreL ment would not treat with them until He rethey presented 'credentials from the signed to accept another business ROBINS Pi flnpn nw . Mexican congress, or President Diaz." offer. Ul, lllir,u They were told further that tho Apostle of "Frenzied Finance1' to first requirement of the lneurrectes If women are so amlablo nnd sweet, Make a Spirited Fight Jerome In any plan for establishing peace why Is It that oUier women do not to Defend Him. bo a guarantee from the Mexi"must can government that every provision care for them as roomers and New York. Feb. 2S. What is expect-e- d of the constitution of 1157 would be to prove the most bitter loyal strugput Into effect Immediately, and forgle in this city in reoont years has ever maintained." This Is the time for spring fencing. boen started. Another requirement of the insurJoseph O. Robin, apostlo of "fron-ale- d rectos is an understanding that New carload Pittsburgh Perfect fence finance," and alleged wrecker of "neither the president nor other gov- received. Absolutely guaranteed. Let the Northern bank aud allied Instituernment officials ahall be eligible to us show you. W. A. Dodds. tions, was placed on trial on the specific Indictment charging tho larceny of 1271.800 from tho Washington s LABOR LEADER IS DEAD Dlplomatlo Rebuke. bank, a Robin Institution Robin Is defended by William Travers Je A little known story of tho Jewish Hugh McGregor, Now Deceased, Was race In Portugal is told of King Jo-- rome, while the prosecution Is being On one ocLieutenant for darlbaldl, Notable I. of that country. conducted by District Attorney Whitman In person. Italian Patriot. casion tho king orderod that all vjhn wnrn In uv war allied to Washington, Feb. 2!. Hugh or descended from the Hebrew rape Western Grain Rates Suspended. 70 years old, one of the Tore-mo- should wear yollow hats. The old Washington, Fob. 28 Recently in labor leaders In the United Marquis de Pombal, then minister Statea, and once a lieutenant for Gar- chief, shortly afterward appearod at fllod increases In freight rates on ibaldi, the Italian patriot. Is dead court with threo yellow hats under his grain affecting tbourands of western shippers, to become effective Murch 1, here. He was one of tho American arm. The king smiling, asked him: have boen suspended until Juno 28 you doing with these?" Federation of Labor originators and "What are was the founder of the Federatlonist, The marquis replied: "I have them by the interstate commerce commis tha organ of that body. In obedience to your majesty's com- sion, pending Investigation. mand, for I really do not know a single Portuguese of note who has not JewFor hoarseness, Inflamed lungs or ish blood In his veins." Mules for Sale. "But," Insisted the king, "why tnro Irritating coughs BAHLARD'S HORE-HOUNSYItUP is a healing balm. hats?" It does Its work quickly and thor"One is for myself," answered the oughly. Price 2.ric, Cue and $1 per marquis, "one for tho Inquisitor genSixty good work mules, from 3 to oouie. soiu uy nicKiuan Drug Co. one Is, In ense eral by your There Is only One Pine Tar Honey your majesty sideband dosire to be 8 years old, 15 to 16 hands high, In should good flesh and hair; also a few good That is Dr. Boll's. It Is the original and can bo relied on In croup, colds, covered." mares; also a good Jack, 6 years old coughs and all lung and bronchial Uy2 hands high, also good saddle troubles. Look for tho bell on tho stallion, 10 years old, all his colts Smuggled Bracelet In Photograph. Bottle. 8 Of smuggling tricks tbero is no end. show fine saddle qualities. The Jack The Bangor (Mo.) customs officials had breeds fine and large. Will take $500 C. M. Truby, of Nashville, is the a new dodgo sprung on them one day for tho two. Also four puro, large Kuest of his daughter, Mrs. II. N. recently in on attempt to got a gold bone Berkshire boar pigs, two months Cowglll. Mr. Truby has been running bracelot through without the payment old, price $10 each. into Hickman as mall clerk for tho ot duty. Will sell the above stock reason Some one took a number of cabinet years. pa?t thirty-fiv- e photographs, but before tying them to- able, for either cash or good note, gether to make them appear as a bun- payable next fall. Address hollowed HEROINE cures constipation and dle of photos he carefully deposited J. F. A. 8. L. DODDS CO., regular bowel move- out a hole In the center and Hickman, Ky. ments. Price GOc. Sold by Hickman the bracelot therein. A superficial examination of tho package would have Drug Co. 5 caused one to think that It was simply a bundle of photographs and allowed It Hon. F. S. Mooro attended tho conPercy Jones Ls expected homo from to proceed without question. vention at Columbus Monday. Hot Springs, tomorrow, whero he has been for tho past throo weeks. The Colds That Hang On For Croup Dr. Bell's Pino Tar Honey is tho beat Aro readily cured by Dr. Boll's known remedy. Do not experiment, It relieves tha cold and C. O. Schlenker, Coop Bradshaw, J. get tho genuine Dr. Bell's stops tho cough. Tliero Is only ono genuine. 8 8 T. Dillon and T, A. Prather, Jr., attended tho convention at Columbus, A concrete floor Is being Laid In tho Monday, Kennedy for Insurance, O. K. barber shop. Good drugs mean everything ABDICATE because they include high grade as well as freshness. Alto Demand That All Insurgent Remember that fact in Leaders Be Pardoned any prescription or Men In Field to Vote on Armistice. recipe filled. AH the prescribing and dis- Washington, Feb. 28. Dr. Vaquei Oomm, bead of the confidential pensing ot your prescription is ASK DIAZ TO 6 "A JVV. I Tllliii.. Cafe) I 0flr iititifiif in mines It has been the standard of quality ever since it was first put on itr The Sherwin-William- s market nearly forty years ago. Co. sjr. guard their quality by making all their own linseed oil, owning an J operating large zinc and lead mines and smelters, and making the r dry colors in the largest and best equipped dry color plant m America. The right results arc in the goods. Ut $ W P on four Itout tnit jtar and feu won t nteJ to paint to otttn. IIIIIIIIP COWGILL'S N ews in Kent & BRIGHTEN UP When building your home you always buy the best material. Then, why isn't it more economy to you to buy the best paint to preserve it, even if you don't care for the looks? S The (( S3 pro-par- .,., tpiai s Sav-log- eiaaiiaaiiaaiiaafl A Jd r. ia iJi fm sssiiasiiasH Port-ifrun- st D i The 1 I I SherwinWilliams Paints and Var- - I nishes will do both, and are absolutely i the best paints maufactured today. I We have the largest stock in Fulton i County to draw from. I y. Hickman Hardware Co. I INCORPORATED 8S! L,. -- zsmzsm VC3isiL3 TWajMWI - T-- HI! lll . P !J XaXJ-A-- LAUNDRY -- at- ii ;; ii TKr. IerniciousR)ef OnUMWA WOMAN CURED By Lydia E. Pinkham'a ANNOUNCEMENTS, afltei On the Streets i"i"i'.......ti.)i SCHMIDT LUMHEH ,, Heard i ,i,ii) ,n ii,ii,ni Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon tho TAILOH. Heynolds-Moss & Co. Fulton will havo a fair this year. Huy Almond Ut Work Lowest Prices "Fortune's Witch Hazel and Cream" at Cowglll's Drug 30 btoro. Vegetable Compound Otturmva, Iowa. "For vears I was almost a constant sufforer from fetnala trotinlo In all Its Progressive Citizens, Id Fortune's Witch Hazel aud Almond Cream for salo at Cowglll's Drug Store. 30 Heart Cypress Hand Drawn 8hln-glfop sale. B. Q. Hale or J. W. Ward. Lot us figure ou that bill of lumber Heynolds Moss & Co., In cor-p- o We are authorized S. A. NORMAN, of Mayfleld, as a candidate for Stato Whlto Plymonth Rock Chickens for Senate from tho district composed of salo now, and egga through the seatho counties of Graves, Fulton and son. Mrs. A. K. McConnell, HickHickman, subject to tbo action of tho man, Ky. 2c Democratic Primary Election, on May 27, 1911. Born to tho wife of Alton Nlpp, on Saturday, a son. Wo aro authorlzen to announco W. A. FROST, Don't forget to renew your subof Wingo, a candidate for tho Stato scription to the Courier. The paper Senate from the district composed stops when tho time Is out no exof tbo counties of Fulton, Hickman ceptions. and Graves, subject to tbo action of Pratt's Poultry and Stock food at tho Democratic Primary Election on Helm & Ellison's. May 27, 1911. to announce If lta anything in tho lumber nr & building lino, go to Reynolds-Mos- s Co., Incorporated. forms: dreadfulpains all shooting over my body, sick hcadacuo, spinal weakness, dizziness, fict eroroua these daya, seeks Ulue tlmeaaver that au ever Invent!. It U Inatantaneoua. Leu ci can send and receive your mei-taKti at ttio Miao time. It bring cltln and town wlttitu your IV .""v U'i Nitb almoat Instantly. It connect ).u locally with everyone of promt-net- s It you bare not a telupbouo of the Cumberland Telephone A Tele-f,i,.- li Com.a r Thnmiu (o the fore and muck- Company, call our manager lui rVn an Oi rliymra-- O, I'wtry. In thy nam ar committal for rate and Information t ly many rrtroa the Hell aorvlce you am (Hurh rhyming- a that couplat haa la ut It )ou u a amall ofenae itui water ot Uia enUre Hell la A liiladamaanor of Ilia pn to alinmrr counvctlug wltlt orer five ouml and xntii.) tnlopboDti and orrery Ituporatat Tti burial of Hlr John Mourn aa not aa city aud town In the United Slate). Wolf. all.Ktl-W- hn -- Cumberland Telephone & Talegrapt ha ant down to point of fact th" wtckrd tint IimIkisI ad Company, Incorporated. broa.l daylUht poor to th kftVU mil wa wiouuuo la doprosslon, t;rrttel Jt-ta- everything that was horrid. I tried many doctors In different parts of tho United Mates, but Lytlla K. and MMIHmi Steam rated. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Holm havo moved Into their elegant new con- err - ' Jj-lr- sy-Li- mil-uo- u T Uit "darkly at th dro4 of nlnht" wrnt In th vara. u taken In th whn tttr hua Hlr John HICKMAN GROCERY Do Th. CO. far aaalnat th pan llbmlaa with truth and fact for m.rr.nary gain. TLe arljent Alacloata that aha at muoh Took And YW man who wrota of Mahal with har Your Trading Here nnd Save Money . . . on your G roceries Meats, etc. ! W. J. Edwards, Jr., nnd Kmma Mil squabs to tho St. Louis wholesalo lugun. The Wilit Lino. concerns In tho past two weeks. EvIt It itatod with tome authority Trade at Home, II. M. Towusend nml Emma I.oo idently, tho pigeon raising business ,thAt the eiact location ot the fomlntno ThompHon. In n slde-Unworth while. lit lino for the iprlng. eonaon of 1910 Is not yet decided upon. Dont tfall to read our special offer u,t Courier baa tho finest lino of It Ii iuoh thing! aa thin that cauie Kennedy for Insurance. clsowhero In this Issue. Six roeo ' - otkiidar samples tbal will bo ui to alt down, bed our bfftd In our old fine variei" . in Hickman, now ready for your hand and try not to giro up hoping Helm & Eltloon sells Kerry's gar-do- n bushes, nil a year Now and tho lime to ties, given free. Is that tome day woman will bare the aueds. .t'kin 1'atronUo tho bouio umn got and sot out tho floworrf you havo p. J uru Mlcawan's eipensoa of a- - ballot Man haa hit faulta and eren when Don't tako our word; try us. Hick-ma- n been wanting. m. t Zj pr cent. Calendar suitable he baa but few he deooltfully bluahea Furniture Co. a i tiot aeti them at prldetully when you accuae him of Mr. Connelly, who has chargo of i. uf(i.i, or our n preaonlatlvo will 'baring, many But ho hna novor o tho plumbing and tliminj' establishyou want to purchase real If ment of W. A. Dodda, arrived here it yuur placo of lualnoa. Hut achieved a metamorphoala of hla coraue M. D. Shaw. poreality with each fpiing nnd fall. at home from Hardwoll, Monday. Tho gontlo-uui- n 'He haa told hla tailor : "Go aa far aa Indies' Coata, Sulla nnd Sklrta cornea recommended as a first-claa- s 'you like with my clothoa, but let MB our best attention. workman. ' $ alone." ALFALFA' FOR 8ALE: 25 TONS In eome reapocta, thoroforn. man FOR SALE: Eggs from standard la to be admired, and evon applauded. HAY. SEE W. S. ELLISON. bred Hlack Laugshans, Huff Hocks A man expecta to bo loved and If you want carponter work done, and White Wynndottea, also a fow becauao, foreootli, bo la aa the pbariseo who rejoiced that ho waa call ou or phone O. L. Collins, Home choice cockerels. It pays to get tho besL Mre. Annlo McDanlel, Hickdifferent from the wat Phono, . ' 30 man, Ky, Dut woman la unbnppy unloaa she If prices aud quality will get )our looka exaotly like all other women. $50 WILL BUY lot No. 7 In Henry Tbo walit line haTlng ahlftud to trade, wo nro It. Hlckmau Furniture Addition, if taken this month. This ererywboro olio, let ua hope that next Company. year It may be allowed to go where It section la building up faster than any Governor Harmon says ho is In tho other part of Hickman, and lot 7 is belonf. raeo for tho Presidency In 1912. Of on tho street containing the largest Courier Office. course ho to, and a llkoly colt. number of homes. Inquire at this office. See Tho Sn'fisongor states that To The Public, tobneco buyers havo paid out A Cloverport preacher preachod tho $SEO,000 for tlui wesl In the past gospel twelvo nights In n church near town and only got $7.25. Tho Aa wo have boon In tho photograph fifty days. members gave ft plo supper to raise buslnoBS In Hickman nlmost 20 years, That Virginia man who knocked we are going to show our apprecia- out n couple of burglars wltli a base tho money for tho parson. Tho pies tion nnd at Uie same tlmo colobrnto ball bat should bo credited with a were auctioned nnd one brought a dollar nnd n quarter. So the our 20th annhoranry by ghing our kept tho dollnr nnd gave tho pntroiw tho luhnntngo of the followTho boom of Dr. J. N. McConnnck parson tho quarter, for he said a ing low prices for a short tlmo only: of Howling Oreen, for tho Democrat- plo wasn't worth mora than 25 cents. CABINET PHOTOS, a dor.. $2.00 ic nomination for governor Is said to I'uu't aond your Job printing out of 76c Walter L. Drown, of tho Forked POST CARDS, a doz be growing. ' u nt least clvo your homo Instl-'"io$1.00 MANTILLAS, a doz Deor Iands Co., Jackson, was In tbo a clmtKio to fUjuro on IL Wo Dont forget that wo havo to soil city Monday eh routo to Hickman. Thanking one nnd all for paBt fahavo to Mr. Hrown nnd Jerry Malone, of this b'ii furulHh ou abort nollce nnd soliciting u continuance of goods nnd to sell goods wo vors make prices to suit you. Hickman city, havo recently purchased some respectfully,. same, wo nro omuierclal prlntlns of all klrids. acreage property at Hickman nnd are l'HOTOOHAI'il OAI.LEltY. Furniture Co. H.rtiKu and Uomt'utlo Calundora. guaranteed preparing to open a now addition to Over I.edford & Handles. MEN and WOMEN, sell XilvertlHlng faiiB aud noveltloa. tho town. The land Is now being hose. 70 nor cent profIL Make $10 n platted aud will bo ready for market imrnvod cartla und wedtllntf luvlU- big day. Full or part time. t na Wo are getting ready for tho a few weeks. Union City Cheat-nu- t within l.ltlut;rapb(H acliool dlplomaa. building boom that Is golm; to tako Investigate Wear l'roof, 3038 Commercial. lApr In St., Philadelphia, Pa. Btook cortlflcatuH, etc. place In lllckmun this nprlng by ot iiuniwr Ho v. II. J. Gelger calls our hand ''my luvltatloua. creasing our stiK-S. E. Tnrpley, n prosiwrous youns on a llttlo squib In Inst week's pa I.ltho bunk aupplloa. building material. Lot us figure with and MUo merchant of Water Valley, & Co. per which stated that George WashCuatotiium cbeckn with dutnchablo you, Hoynoldti-Motof M. Iira Lnttn, daughter county M. Uitta, ington would havo been 190 years old nulh cuvora. near Wa who live In Hlckmau ( ilaloguua. had ho lived until Fob. 22. As a mat-to- r afIt Is well for tho countrty that the tor Valley, were married Tuesday of fact ho would havo been 179. t'otton and grain tickets. election returns do not haw to come ternoon. Ho was born In Westmorland county, 'Hunk book work. through Census Director Durand's Hat, Shirt and Mllllnory Hags. "Wild HUT,' Hatfield, one time not- Va., Feb. 22, 1732. Tho Memphis Con alow process. Wo know how tho nlu and Stock UllU. Kontucky feudist, shot and kill- mercial Apienl caused us to prevaricountry has gone seven hours after ed Instance, which shows Murrlaga Cortlflcatoa. census re- ed a Mexican rebel comrade at Mex- cate In this tho iolo8 close and yet tho during a uuarrol. Tho victim was that their habit of boosting; and "pad drips ican gone so far turns nro being given out Iu across tho border and tho In- ding" figures haa even Pay cash and save money on your Hovtin months after tho enumerations rolled aa to effect tho caloudar. doaod. cident coal blll..A. A. Farli. woru made. u ' I i ro-ce- An Infant Industry In Wayno county was nipped In tho bud Monday. It many tlmaa and oft har wa twan was a plant for turning out countertunko1 till w'd rry Jlnala atttnr forth tha rid of Th feit nickels. Paul Ilavar. No foam rWkad charr took old Paul Tho following woro granted license That scratching pound? That Is out through th midnight blaek If all wr known w' And that h wu iu marry In Obion county lost week: Hk spring poet sharpening his penlolling In a hack. cil. Wntoli tho malls for the scentOrwn Hell and Annlo Jones. ed envelope. "At midnight In hla guarded tnt" you Claud (Irmly and Noll Hopors. know fthout th Turk I C C. Smith loft Sunday for SL Will Mahou and Illrdlc Saxon. That la anothar of om wild pot'a awful work. 11. Ioula to purehoflo now goods for tho Itonrh and Annlo Uhh. Th tnt wa neyar undar guard-b- ut Hid Ulvers and II. SUibblofluld. firm of Smith & Ambers. Ho will truth b unpant' In (onfldane wa'll aay to you th Turk spend tho weok In that city. 0 A. Gufford and Eva lingers. poaaMl no Vodle IUioIe and Uottle IJtnl. SALESMEN WANTED to look after Maud Mullar nrrr rakd th hay, and Kd Choate nnd Ueotrlco Fuller. our Interest In Fulton and adjacent Curfaw rang It pal. Molllo (lorgus. Sam lhmlln ami waa a On Hoaa Bhay, Jlrn Thr counties. Salary or Commission. llludao hald no whl. C. J. SUnley nnd Maxlo Wilson. Tatl-th- rv Tho Harvey, OH Co., Cleveland, Dam nialchl. Wlllam Will Klddlo nnd Mattlo Smlthaon. bran rnoad a thouaand tlmaa Ohio. p ,Aa nothing but a gToundlxa lot of Jlnglaa Iah Donelnon aud Flora Ilolnuti. ana or rhymca. Clnrenoo Arnold nnd Wllllo Thomas J. C. Ellison haa sold $40 worth of Jam and raka apnt a orry Martina- with har hand aialnat th aeha. - ble Cotnnound has crete residence. done more for me than all the doctors. I feel it my duty to tell you theso Hugh Slate, negro, was fined $31.S0 facts. My heart Is full of Kratitudu to In Judge Hemley'a court last Week ou for my euro" Mrs. Hahkikt E. Wamplkii. r.2l S. Hansom Street, for currying "knocks." Oltuinua, Iowa. H. G. Scott moved his family to CoiiHltltT This Advice. Harlow, Ky., this week and will try No woman should submit to a surcf-r- al farming the coming season. oieratlon, which may menu (leatli, until she ha, given I.ydl.i K. I'inkhaui'a Ho careful about your clothes. Let regutablo Compound a fair trial. Schmidt, tho Tailor, clean and press This famous medicine, niado only from roots aud herbs, has for thirty them and be on tho safe sldo. ears proved to Im tho most valuable C. a. Schlenkor and II. a. Halo tonic aud lnvlgoralor of the femalo organism. Women residing In almost bought 11 lota In Hlchmond & Bond's every city and town in the United HualncM Addition last week, 0 for Ktates bear willing testimony to tho wonderful vlrtuo of Lydia K. Tink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound. C. S. and Mltw Terrcsa Talley, of Mrs. I'lnklinm.nt Lynn, Mn,st.t Union City, woro guests of Mr. and Invites nil nick women to wrlto Mrs. T. R. Heynolds Friday and SatIter fur ml vivo. Hvrndiclsfrcc, urday. " ti...ti.. ttndnlwujw helpful. $3,-00- l'lnkham'a Vegeta- Hot Water I III ill if 1 -- I'1 i 1 S? or- 11 Hot Air systems of heating, to give proper results, should be installed only by workmen who know their business thoroughly. Our workmen are that kind, but we make assurance doubly sure by personal supervision. If you want new work or repairs you will have the work done right if you leave the order with the ohr Marriage Licenses Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co Both Phones Jo. 73 prf lt fiAtkAAAtmtu TAKE NOTICE... USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS Owing to the fact that some of our customers are dilain 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 for this account. Failure to see you does .not exbut one-tiempt 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. tnt nar Ad-drei- tor ; ; ; ; ; ; : ; ; Don't think that you will be the favored one as we will enforce the rule regardless of ; ; ; ; ; ; Coal Co. Hickman Ice Incorporated J. T. DILLON, Manager Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src Jit samples. I '.II 32-3- lmMMMMMIMMMMMM H No Longer r May-flol- d No Excuse For It ! auc-Uonn- two-bagge- Expensive in spite of its great superiority to all other methods of illumination. The inventor of 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. n HOSE-DALE'- M i - k w M.I f Ttf VA ! Hickman Ice & Coal Co. (Incorporated) u V ' i i imm i j 'A 'm mi rf LESS Bon Air Lump Kentucky Lump ? TKi. .. " WYrklv Sermon f. "lly I'AsTult Itl ssKI I.""r i rnnripr' CASH WHY OBESSST Ky. Lump Coal HICKMAN MARBLE i st . in. mill-- : n iva (1. WORKS Prop. T0A DILLON, Sr 'Hlicrraior to II. JESUS REFUSED Pittsburg Lump Coal (Cash with order) ..... 4.00 4.75 4.75 TO PRAY FEB THE WORLD. Election and NoneUetlon VUwed From a New Standpoint Pator Russell on God's Times 4.50 Prorram-tliHt When cash does;not accompany order I charge 10 extra for making collection, which will make the prices as follows : Let me save you money on your coal. iS e Itnininntft, ilecino; Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING. STONE WORK OF KINDS, IRON FENCING Hickman, A Pittsburg Lump Coal Bon Air Lump Coal . 525 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 Si 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 i by selling strictly for cash can give you security against an exorbitant advance in prices. $5.10 and Soaioni. "I pray not for thn world, but for them xvil, 9. ulilrli Thou tiaet Riven me."-Jo- hn IVb. 2d- .- Pastor Iluwll thought that these words so u n tl in u h t strangely to thoso who still bollevQ ii the one hand, that Jeius loved and syniiwthlxed with tho world and came siiecially STAHR STEVE PHONES DOTH .Ins Prh-t- Kcntuikv MMBKca A. A. FABI VWWAiVWNWV " 2) I $ A. M. TYLER Attorney-at-Luw ! R. &. Eiale and Notary Public - Will practice in all Courts of the State. Real Estate And Insurance nioltinfui, 3ECy. Office with Judge B. T. Davis Hickman, Ky. Cash Book Store Splendid Selection New Books Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Unit and See Our Stock Her Way. "A grand opera prima donna ought so bo ablo to live vory economically. "Why ought she!" "Doesn't sho got everything for a song?" Oh! pl." "Spends all his time Bpottln imc "Detectlvo?" "No: tattooer." Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Kverjthlng Dr. BelPs Mary Berendes & Co. For Coughs and Colds.. For that tired feeling take Nyal'a Spring Sarsaparllla, a stimulating, healthful tonic Holm & Hlllson. UrtivotdnHe. and never commit a fault Is above the foreo of human nat'ire Plutarch To condiirt Kri'ai niHitn Error . KELLY SMITh JHtorney-at'Law Clinton, Kentucky Ont.Unlh of M ftes to CMstUnlti. Particular women use Helm's Wltoh Hazol Cream Lotion for their com. ploxion. Ask your druggist. Two Kinds of Riches. Dollar chasing by day; bridge whist by night; homo a place for sleeping only, Is not success. Livo today. Make it successful. Mako it a day of prog, ress, kindness and work. A lot of such todays in your old ago will bo pleasant to look back upon. It your todays are dollar chasing and character killing, looking backward in tho old ago days will be n cheerIo3s picture "Yes," says Dill Success, "you can be rich there are two kinds of riches, dollars and happiness." There are two doors, Dollars at tho left and Happiness at the right, and the tlckot taker Is at tho cntranco rind his name 1b "Compensation." Co In either door, but there are no rain checks given or monoy bock. You must chooso which door you will take. Thero'd an Inner door to tho Dollar entrance marked Failure. Thero's on inner door to the Happiness entrance marked Success. You may go In cither entrance, but you must pay tho price. foreknowing all thi-n- e rondlitoiio. pretlcatlnated and fur the etrrnal suQerliig of tlniH thon-tamof mlllioni of huiuau. Itjr Ilia an.wer einphattrnlly. Not Although tralnd In lhefu doctrines mid Pretleatlnntlon. tho of Kta-tioI'nstor. erru In youUi. felt somehow hnt Umther Wealoy's teachings of minii more noblonnd Frw (Jrai w more Rod like than Ilrother Calrln'n lef hlnn of ITwleatlnatloii. Neverthe-le- . he reuiuined. Wouhl an OikI. know-Ith end from the begin, nlnr. preire dvlllah tortureH for his rrnturr. from beforw their creation? Whr iheo wnntd be tirlnR them Into exlrtence at all? Calvin's theory a wlv and powerfnl OSod, Iat ing Wire. Wealey'H theory oxhlblU n OhI lacktmc In wlwlom nnd kiTlf power. The tnw view, the l'HKtor ren. fMMietl. muat show Ood poHnetwcd of wlibui aa well as love; of imwer ns well m Jattc: ctoo lio would not lx the (lod far whom our lioerts crnVc ami wboi we entihl roalizo an our Heavenly Father. rhrtntemlom In general has greatly erred Some appropriate one wrt of the Ilrlo utemare ami some another. What we need la Calvin' God of Wisdom and Iower hih! Wenloy'a Ooil of Love awl Juatlro. Rut how can thee ( nttrlhntea he liansoiitead? Is It that find eniiM taki an Rlec- loti nml ret allow Free Oraro to Ilia a wltole? This, ho crejurea la the solution. Ood la solect !tT or elect In ir a Church bow since Pcnteooat. WUb ita complJlon there will lie no more lClectloii. hut Fitst Orneo Ami the elect Church, glorified to the apirtt plane of helnr himI asHorl-slewith the Redeemer in Ilbfall power In heaven and In earth." will ho tin Tenrliera, Rulers. Helper, of mankind ont of aln ami degrndutlon, Imck n perfeclloii. the Image of Coil, nnd eternal life. "Tatted Deth For Cwtry Mjn." Altli mall Je.,ut tasted death fur every man he understood the Father eyM ot lie trne of loanklml In the rrvat thoiisiuil -- ir reaurrwtlon dar tp It w Klninlom .f inprlato tliere'ore. that he alMHiW pray fi r the- - i:iit oik-- tlnt antl not Ita tlmr to nave the pray for the world. world." and who. on the other hand, wmitd oioc hitiT Of Ma rtlartpWa w ttiut hII for whom JesilH did aid. "V' i.re net of the world;" "If not pray nud liU.r would surely at ye were f 'i- - world, the world WOOKI but I Imve rbo- d.Mtli be rnst Into etrrnal torment. lore It own. lea, lie elaliuetl, wore, Su h Inrousl-teoii j on .'lit of Hie world." Ills dlaturning main noble men ami women . .i we-- e xettt to i Itooa or from Jd and from the Itltilo, neither otbeii fri i the world and were In of na- of whlih arc at fault. The fnult Hon ntnii i il i" iie.nh a to mil to with the tiuavrlpttinil proiMMltkm that tnn- froM all extept the "elect." all except tho who n. e' I ilk In the narrow way la who now have the tieuri (he foitsl. i nf .lewn "little Tile wurkl will lng ear and tinI.Ttaiulliiic heart and 'm demt wil. in nnoth- .- manner m wlu now rt.elw the IHWne Mufetuge, hen the doe time cornea. alii Ih pnnl-l- i '1 for tbHr mental Mind. i tn-- i I Wilt Otve." .ie-- s nud l.afnt i with eternal torturdk .. d Pnli : we are toW tii iti.' II asled i 'an It be true, as our !mt en- - ii i'' Jea win pray l the CoufraatiMi teaches, that Wrutmlnst (Sod pjjkm-.- ) in' lil pnyer will be an I Iy the (treat mass Of ' mankind v. tlut drawing them, with; .u.t.-.- ! - i". I- M A'k of Me ami Ih hen the III ilfor thine out on I II iik iheiu. without giving thetli e.I the nitermoal iart ih.Tltnu the bearititf ear. without opening the x. Jui1-ii. ui first hi elect Urld. l from thr lie world, that tliene. In turn, tnlliht b Klnp. with him. the MlaahHiarlo hould heh-ctw- Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY MHWITIIttH II. NUOIIAJiAS J. T W AI.RXAMHK M. IIIIMRAHD lir.J. OWO.IUTIIItHI.KKI.I T. A. I.HMHOItii It. ,M. J. J. a HON IMI ItA NT ISI.HH -- tlw oUenliit.. v U LUIIIUIIIt nuoui,i. unffK. ivmIIi nntiqlnrlnrv .j prvirr i. 'olicrour dcpoflitors the mosil nucroi irenuncni consist . ..!.:.. ..,; ........ ...... i - with sound Imnking. tloi-li.- INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS II 'fy MI'i'llAVAV lreMnl H I' HMAuK. AmI (MIT J A. TIHiMI'Sl'N a ri Our Stock i$ Comnlcte and I tMr umleniUimliiiitT OimI. Can that li it .ft bee fnth f.r th- tHMwewdoB" iPmilni tii t t'itt lime ban not yet roue f. Si ed tt a o er-blhl-fa i. thn re In the ffterte of Kinolom oi. ' r.1 .. vcl Heaatapi trowe :,. ..',- i i m the heainnbw ef . Vx i. i... r II nk lileeatnjra ape U" h.iMIi the of the Mew ti Mi"r nnd row nearing. And .fire v..rM will be turned over he . t.l " flmt work will he the ' lnd .fS tin ami tho overt brow ef r I. 'f. in ii'itntloM out of har- Althottffh tli rfi htmoaoeae. il- -. ' M I'citment. Ike Srlptnre Ml u " t i i.rln a irreat time of iron It wHI mean for H '. te. ' v tin. Iiednnlnc of "the op i of all thine lino hih n..' t h "!xkeii hy the month f nil the holy Prophets alore tbr rorld lienD'-tl- ie tterfoninff of the relsn of Meartah. wka Ii tww a spirit f Heine with n spirit Ilrido and sirlt r of n"l I. ttt- -- Ui ate f .' until the teat mem t IxIt nf Cartel than ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Hcinz's Vnrietles of Pure Food Product! Chnse & Snnborjn'ft Coffcei nnd Tens w TelvplMMie n kru In nnl el IHWM KHIKM. I'llKHII JIKH nr rKKHNTHr'KH. 'n.-c- - Otll an i Telephone 6 3 Deliveries i" Ledford & Randle ? J taflnence. Books and Banks Choose your bank with the nntnc enre nnd that you select your IxxjIcs npply the same high standard that you do in the selection of your personal friends. This is the exact, crucial test that we invite from intending customers. Of course our own stnmlards arc ns high ns yours. Let us meet on a common plane of good faith nnd business courtesies, viewed in the broadest liht. You have not a legitimate kinking need thnt we cannot successfully meet nnd to your complete satisfaction. Investigate. WORK WEAKENS THE KIDNEYS. Doan's Kidney Pills Have DsncQreat Service far People Who Work In Hlokman. . IltekmuM people work every some atralmd. unnatural po ldlhiii bendm g constantly over a tlegk ridlnc on Jltln wacuna or nrt doiMK UborhMia htmaework; lift m, rewhloc: or pullU. or trylnn tit, back In a humlreil ami one oth. r Whya. All the strain tend to wer. weaken and Injure the kidneys Until they fall behind In their work Of filtering the poison from tht blood. Doan's Khlney Itlla rare alek kidneys, jhh new strength In bad backs. Ptirea effect .si In thla locall iA' form the atrniweat proof of their efficiency. Head this testimony. J. I'. rMdleman. barber. Plnaaant-Hurt- , Ky.. aaya: "AyotM. whi follows my ocoujmtlou reptlr a airotiR back, for the Ions; hours spent at the chair, brine ateady steady atraui on the tnuseles of the lolne. I wan In pretty bad ahapc and mhiM not work with any detfn-of comfort Doan's Kidney Pllw were finally brought to my attention ami wtlllnx to try anything that mlajhb cliek m trouble. I procured a box. Thoy promptly rellevt-the pain In my back-- and the kidney accretions which liad been scanty ami dlstreaaliiK In laBaj(e, became natural." For salo by all dealers. Price COo. Fostor-MllburCo., Iluffalo, N. Y., sole ngonts for the United States. Uomombor tho naino Do.iu's and take no other. .MoM ilHy In e, d We pay 3' on Saving Deposits. HICKMAN BANK W C Itl LI), Cosliior JN0 I'UL, Asst CmmYr Money to Loan, I loan money on farm lands In and Weakley Counties, Tcnn., and in Fulton County, Ky. About ouo-hal- f the cash value of a farm will bo loaned. Loans made in Bums of $1,000 or more for five years with prlvilego to borrower of paying same after one year in full or making any .ilze partial payment desired at Inter vals of six months after the expiration of one year, Interest being stopped on partial payments made. Call on or write O. SPRADLIN, Attorney-ut-Law- , Union City, Tenn. tf n JJ Don't Blame the Hen I. Wlicn u Nervous "I was very nervous," writes Mrs. Atollic Mirse, of Carrsvilie, Ky., "had palpitation of the heart, and was irregular. "On the advice of Atrs. Hattle Cain I took 2 bottles of Cardui and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took. "I am 44 years old and the change has not left me, but I am lots better since faking Cardui." lillsiness -- Dircclor' ASK KOR RATES- - Cil Had Itjcjs tor they t rrit-- . Wert Good sw.n she laid tlium You rati Examine Insurance Companies and you can Candle Ekk. but after all isn't it brst to demand the kind of insurance thai vou know is pood all of the time ? In W. J. McMURftY Ilulldlng on lllckiiinn. Ky Attorney-at-La- Oavla n DR. E. M. CRUTCHFICLD. Dentist Dr. Bell's AntisepfcSalv. Good for oil Skin Diseases. Remember, If you don't 6end A. "B. Kennedy, the Insurance man, cash with your coal order, I charge inB moved his offlco upstairs over yod 10 per cent extra for collecting. A. A. Farls. Iruvard'a store. You are Invited to call and see blm. Phone CI, W. J. Cook lias n work horso that he will trade for n colt. ( the E54 BollH THit R. T. TYLER Davldsou's old stand. Phone No Hlckmau, Ky. HICKMAN FURNITUttE CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers ltincl u The Woman's Tonic Cardui fs advertised and sold by its loving friends. The lady who advised Mrs. Mirse fo take Carduf, had herself been cured of serious female trouble, by Cardui, so she knew what Cardui would do. If Cardui cured Mrs. Cain and Mrs. Mirse, it surely will cure you too. Won't you try it? Please do. Fix House and Yard. DurlnK tho fnll months Is tho time Tako out Uiat Insurnnco today. You to fix tho poultry houso and ynrd, for may bo next to burn out Kennedy, whon cold wenthor comes wu find tho the Insuranco Uan. work disagreeable and ofton Impossible. Phono 20. day or night. Hlckmau, Ky. W. F. MONTGOMERY Ike Hickman Courier and Weekly That old xockur or touch needs lamcrclal Appeal, both ono year nnd varnishing. Take ii 1 $1.25. Get thorn now. to Ward, over Kutjua, Holm & Co, or (VIephone No. 4 for better moats phono 94. All work Kuarnnteed. groceries. Everybody noedH n box couch I i make thorn to your order Chas Ward, over Kuqun, Helm & Co. Dr. W. A. Nnilllng, of Union City, as here on professional ImirIih'hs Monday. Take HBRHINE for Indigestion. It lelioves the pain In n few minutes md forces the fermented matter which causes tho misery into the bowwls GOc. At the Lyric, Ask for Omega Flour. Nono hot- Undertaker Hearse and drivers furnished on short notice. 13, ter. Bottorsworth & Prathur. z II, aud set-tl'-- Tho Taylor Stook Co., March, 1C. Oct tho building hnblU A - GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore BEST whero It Is expelled. Price Sold by Hickman Drug Co. G d treatmont for a cold the lungs Is a HKIIKICK'.H KI3I) PKPPRIt POKUH PI.ABTKH apJ. A. Cohiirn'H (Ireator Minstrels. plied to the cliest to draw out the date later. lnriamntlon and IIAJ. LAUD'S SYRUP to relax tightness. You get tho two ronicilluH for tho What wo say wo do wo do do. price of ono by buying tho dollar size Horchound Syrup; there la a poms Hickman I'umlturo Co. plaster freo wlUi each bottle. Sold Moving picture Saturday nbihu by Hickman Drug Co. good In The Hntw Hanson Co., hrnwi band and orchestra, March S7th. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. The only dairy In Pillion County. IIOUK-HOUN- DR. BELL'S ' try ANTI-PAI- N For Intornal nnd External Pains. Our 20o coffee la a world-beater- -' IL IWtUriwortk A Pntkcr. Q