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The CauriEi han a Spankin' Good Team, eURIER. Grease the Rxles V- - 5 i. A BLUE MAKE HEBE your tub mini that bai eiplrttl crlptloo Ilenew promptly l( r u papa r want the to come to you After tbli mon.h at Yauv Ulagan, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE NO. 3tMO E8TABLI8BED IN TBE TEAR CLoT .. VOLUME tu nfarntfftj rnurnnvw " uniuuki In NO. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1911. ! lHDft m ,i AT RANDOM UoyuoIdnMoM & Co. MUMl m BjKclal s: '. font ro Bhow 11 Warner's Rust-Pro-of -- Njifeh rejurned Saturday frou . :. Hlo inurkutii. it Curllu and children am Tliu u vhdt with Union City - Frlilny nlijht. H. U. Ilradlvy I.oiiIh, MonJay. KoUHim; at the I.yrlc from 81 returnt-nil Corsets 1 I .ill V?'! I 7 HnrrowH, man Hrmlwnr Co. tim. Hick i.i i Ml of tint cnatorlal primary lUttlu Wllllanw Ihir returnwl hnug-to July 1, lu cor- - from a vWt In Minilito and 81. with tliu ilalu of Hit) Statu Umtri. i- - r k i l MIm IfTHiikra Itstd returned Satur day from a vtot 10 frltii.li tu New itlnuUwnM U coining tu tint AltMiiy. In. . and IjmtavllW. Aire Friday nU.hu Admit- Huu't buy now furulturo gut your old Avitm ruxtlr;d und uphuUltrwl. CIkw. Ward, ovor Noonun mxl ilauKhttir, Holm & C . eoim Ui llnrdwvll to vli- Aity. A. M. Tyhir and wlf reiurn Ilur daughter will upend ml TuctMlny from .N'wln, 'lVnn . r there. IC loniior," ''Tliu Whlto May- - Cw twm-- . Moilio lloiiriie, of Union City, . . 1 whr thy har live. ht-o- rMtin n-l- i. w Saturday mumlng tu "OtilmlowH Trtink MypUr- - 1mum-iif Smith Jt Ambers' on Tht B(s) Cuw" ooinw to imrliiHiil fur tliu coming TlMmtra I'rWny I'rlr. Mim Kournu han Jul ro tu ami lb otMi. .mi Chicago and HI. I.oul, i cot tho luteal hint tn C. K. I'ullwrton roturiMd Huuilny it.niltMirjr. from a vWt with J. H. Taylor, at Itulherfunl, aixl 44t. Mm. V. J. It T Uavlp, wife and on White, at HHHtUridt, Tih. Green Monday. Howllm; CandliUlMi for thv MUtlo the Mammoth Cam trip Mr lUtla had a Mtttik pin tur In tiH dMrfcl ar comliu; out ' a tK'Kro. Ilo wo caught thick and UvU. Tk Uxm tkat tliey tin- - JikJru and hU family lul Hr ami Oia iwHhi they make ul lu make two trip to How- - nearly bahm tmm to UmUtrm tiwt Uiy xn to pnweflUto th tM'firo. hImhiM Ut tk of tlwtr rwt)K t waa worth probably 16 and Ive Huwly SctHJUte. And tky may W. , he. but jp thorn will 1 th.-I.yr- nljt The resiliency of a corset depends entirely up on the shaping and boning. The interior making of a corset you do not see you must depend upon your merchants word for the corset's shaping and wearing qualities. We guarantee to every woman every Warner's Corset we may sell, you, whether you pay $1.00 or $7.00 for it. It is guaranteed to fit accurately, to wear comfortably and well, the boning not to rust or break, the corset not to hurt in the slightest degree. Your only consciousness of your corset will be a pleasant one. Wear a Warner's and you will have a distinguished figure. If you have never worn a Warner's Corset, you have never known genuine corset comfort and true figure style. SECURITY Rubber Button Hose Supporters are attached to all Warner's Corsets hose supporters as good as the corsets. 1 1H. .1 V v First Showing of EARLY SPRING- e h4 ct fcyVorner?s TIME MILLINERY Awaits you in our Millinery Department t ' "J KuU onjoyabltt time had. Saltod nuta wero I.ula Hhuff. Addia . i Fannlo Under, Kron Hop- - Mirviil thrtHujlinut the evitnlnj;. A Hhulf. Mnrr And Alice I'ra- - two counm toinnu, cihMUhu of a Mil- Mark.' I'nittt, Helen Honry. ad count and erenm and cake wert) mim! On TuwnUy evenhiK of kwt wr'k. uid Arthur, tKinK of C. I. a wife, entertained a number Mm. Oto Tkrvlketd wan thu IumU'mi ontiR frlundn at their homo at a Hook iiarty. Altkounh the , MS wa eHoliHiit aud ,uk Switch Friday night. The a lame number atleiHlo.1 nml an prctenl: Mlt Wllev-ldhtagrtx-a-bin- t d Smith "BLOCKED" Ready For Business. & Ambero; HERE AT LAST Tho attracUon at Chinatown and tho Ilowury which Is at tho Lyric Theatre Friday night Is from reports ull that Is claimed for It. It lias given entire satisfaction at every placo It has been shown so there Is no reason why it should not do the samo here. From tho Interest thnt Is being shown among the patron of tho popular llttlu Theatre regarding It seems to indicate a big attendance so It Is u good tip to Htart early to get a good scut. Hev. Wlngo, of Trezovant. Tonn., V ..ik Winnie Hunry, Harper and Mero. Hart, Jnrnon and v llobblit, Harry ami Noblu ami KoK'T Curlln, Hob Urdu Under, Howard llanon. ' Hriu.fl.-lrt- , Olllo flow,.l and ! rrwl Th smmW wtiri Mattdam' Mm Howi'll. All prv4nt ro- - . IK' tluio. Krnwit JohHMin, J. O. Stubb. It. II. JohiMmn, Hun Hertweck, S. II. I'arker. (' K. Haluer, W. II. Halttor, V. S Moore, J T Slaphonn, T. A. I'dford, II. C. Ilarri'lt, II. F. Oabby, It. L Ilradloy, 8. - iKxlda. I). II. Wilson nnd Ml Muna IMtilbrlnk. i.V J,I lilUMIIMuilfMlM iMWMTtimtnitiitimuiiwiiimiiifitiintimiitiitutfwmi Let Siivarss I5ro((igrs 7Kal?clfoiP Spring Sii As stated last week, tho Hickman Grocery Co., owned by C. L. Wnlker, has been Mld to Matheny Ilroa., of Union City, nnd to Jako Plant, 0110 of our hustling bottom planters. This week the store has been closed while it Is undergoing a general straightening up and putting In of new stocks. Tho concern will bo open tomorrow with a fine lino of groceries, vegetable nnd fresh meats. It will be under the direct management of tho two Matheny boys, who nro both expert meat cutters and practical grocery-meboth having been raised in this lino of business. All former lmlrons of tho store, lu fact nil of our people, nro Invited to try their serk'e on n guarantee of the lowest price nnd best goods. Phono two dellverles-nn- d tho boys will mako a special effort lu prompt dollvory. Tho style of tho firm will be 'Matheny Hros. & Plant. Kncourago thorn by giving them-'share of your trade. n, 7-- ' 14 --1 . y now pastor of tho Haptlst church, and Kid. Slberell, of Capo Girardeau, Mo., also new luster of Uie Christian church, arrived In Hickman accord- , .! I if ?i ing to nuuouuceiiient and filled their appointments Sunday. Both havo imido splendid Impressions with our people nnd nro likewise delighted with Hickman. The Presbyterian and tho Methodist churches omitted their regular services ami turned out to hear tho two new preachers, which wo exactly the right thing to do. If prices and quality will get your trade, wo are It. Hickman Furniture Company. t i unci you'll be sure of entire satisfaction. Let us skillfully measure you mid in ten days you'll receive the finished garments perfect in every respect. E. R. ELLISON Exclusive Local Representatives -- . Bl a"uIiii7.....T,In,,......Trp........,rMll...,.,tll,ir-...iiiiiii"''.'""""""""""'""r- 'H a Tlii Hollo WIIIIiuiih hoa returned J" a vIhIi with reliitlvoa lu Wyim, 'k and Lulaud, Miss., nnd has no ' id ! 11 poHltlon lu the millinery do-- I Hni'iit of Hinlth & Amtiorg's Htoro. ' WIIho Tnlly was nrrosted Tuesday for falluor to pay taxi on a doff. Sheriff Johnson Inforum uh that ho in hla him iwveral more warrant lot servo hi hniid that ho Is KoIhb the next few day. Ho Ib nmkliiB n ,,r Henry K. Tnnuor, tho profca' determined effort to mako every man "mal fuHter, who onco went without In tho county thnt owns a dog pay food for 30 days ho hoa a way of will attempt, a 40 taxes on him-an- d lays fam m Lo Ancolea. thlngx, too. (lolim Event of tlie- - Season. singing millibar. that Mr. Coburn Is "Tho ciunrtolto (arilug this .season Is exceptionally good nnd oviry song rendered by Wo have been waiting mj pntbntly tha quu'rlotte boys was thomughly enfor tlie nuiioiineomunt of tin comiuK joyed nnd thoy wtro encored time of that fauioim MlnMrrl Kliuw, 1h.1t and tluio ngnln. one eun hardly bullove the Rood news "Ml. Hoys In his novelty musical but It l now an assured fart th.tt net jvns by far thu best of Its kind on Saturday, Morcli, II, J. A. ovor noon on this Btnge." Hrand Now Minstrel AgcreM-tloPrices 35, r0 aud 7Cc, Seat 0:1 will bo heard nt tho I.yrlc Thea- Hito n. lllckmnu Drug Co. tre. MnnnKur Coburn hns out dono ull former efforts nnd will brliiB ninny Anbury Splcer, a Hargls clansman, now faces nml novol features. Tho (Ireenvllle, S. C, Dally Pied- who was in Jail nt Jackson, Ky., on tho charge of murder, escaped from mont., Is crlUclxInt; tho show, said: Coburn'H Minstrels at the Grand Jail one nllit Inst week along with Saturday nintlneu and nluht, pleased three other prisoners. 11 lnrso and enthusiastic nuillenee. Mrs. Jno. Stoltz, mother of Mrs. W. Tho show this Benson Is by far tho C. Speer, died lit her home In Stur hiwt that ManaKor Coburn has evr goon, Mo Saturday morning, nfter a put out. There Is plenty of i?lnBr. brief Illness of pneumonia. Slio vis-- ' from start to finish, nnd there Is not Ited her daughter here two years ago n dull moment during thu whole per- and will bo remembered by a numformance. ber "of lllckmnu people. And a bet"Tho bass nolo of Hob llackoit was tor lady never lived. one of the features of tho show, as Mrs. Vnl Carpenter lias been very Mr. Hackett possonseB one of the 111 nt her homo on Troy Avenue thla best bbsa voices that hns ever been weok, occasioned by tho breaking of In Orcein Me. hoard "Tho sIiikIhb and dnnciiiR this si . a ninnll blood vessel on top of thu M.fi-arsbrain Sunday morning while sitting Is fur nhov the average. DuHoss mnde a nt tho breakfast tablo. Hor condiIllnckwell -- nd big hit lu tholr novelty dancing aud tion la critical. Kverybody needs a box couch. make them to your order. Chas Ward, over Fiupia, Helm & Co. I X ; K r 1 ; c K BASE BALL Letjiim play ball if he wants to developes his body and mind, and may be some day he will be a "Peerless" like Chance or Jennings. ,: J ball is rough on clothes. That's why he should wear CAPTAIN KIDD CURLEE PANTS. I have a full line, all sizesages, styles and prices, in Knickerbockers, 3 to 17. m ' H. E. Curlin's 4A !! m ''J i r!; . .. THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covets Western KtntaJk LHetheVrei" Real Estate Deals. C. Special Clubbing Offers. Mo-Keo- COMMISSIONER'S SALE SPEER &. SEXTON, PUBLISHERS Rates, $1.00 II. llrnnsford ut al to F.dgar lots In Fultou, $700. Uubscrlptlon uer year LSI rIKr. r : Walker has the follow Jus to bay in regard to Uiu candidacy of .Mack Itoacli, of Fultou, lor tlio legislature: In a card printed iu Friday's Fultou Leader, Mack Itoach. admits a willingness, II not u burning desire to go to tho Legislature from this district, and be pledgee hlniself Inlthfully to carry out the will ot his ton&tltuents If he Is elected. It Is fcafer to Judge nien by what they do than by what they say. Mr. Itoach a week ago was the Democratic commit tconian for ouo of the Fulton products, and he hud a voice lu the calling of a primary or convention. A petition that was circulated In his precinct and signed by 76 out of 100 Democratic voters lu the precinct, was presented to Mr. Itoach. Those voters (his constituents) asked him to voto for a primary nt the Columbus meeting of the cointultteo, Feb. 27. To the gentleman who presented the potltlou to him Mr. Itoach is to have said that ho would not voto for a primary if a potltlou as long as from Fulton to Hickman was handed him. Now the point is: Can you trust a man to carry out the will of the people In the Legislature when ho refuses to carry out the wishes of the Democrats In his own precinct, and that, whon ho must havo known as evcryono olso did, that ninety per cont of the Democrats In the district desired a primary? Ool. Ayers wanted a convention and that seemed sufficient to influenco the aotlon of Mr. Roach al Ei S. I.,. Howard to W. T. Easley, lot and house at Fulton, $2500. Y. A. Mlluer to W. T. Haslay, acres, $0600. V. T. 170 Easloy to W. L. Wright, 3 acres land, $307.50. J. F. & S. Avue Journey, Hickman, Gtnt lit fjiiuiiH m R,li. tut fS.SO I. Dodtls Co. to Mrs. house and lot lu Old I" rt''"' $1S4S. O. L. Collins to Mrs. Mnttie Hnr por, lot Henry Addition, $76. W. Rest Your Feet RkJ(3oss&oe J. Harper to T. E. Cnpps, lot in this Ked Cross model You don't have to break it in. Put it on, wear it all day, ami at iiitjlit you will say what Ihuulrcils f our customers. have said "1 never knew such comfort." Wear it and your feet won't smart nor ache; will never tire. The Red Cross Shoe bends with your foot. The moment you slip it on, you feel the difference. It gives a sense of ease you can't imagine until you have worn it. Made in all styles, all leathers you get absolute comfort in just the style you want. Honry Addition, $44S. T. E. Capps to Mrs. Mania Harper, iof East Hickman JUS. Geo. Flelti to T. S. Mooiiey, lot in West Hickman, $126. A. Cotton to Nuto Folk, lot In Henry Addition, $76. J. VA im J Circuit Court. Nnrclssus Collier vs. Hnbt. Suit for divorce. Col-liur. It bends with A MODERN YOUNGSTER. Willie' lifting up til voice, 'Cause he's all alone, None, except the nelKhbors, Hears tils mournful ton. Frither'a at the ball game. Many miles away; Mother's studying high art At the matinee. your foot after tryiiifi have suffered for years and '" kinds of shoes, my first relief in the have found lied Cross Shoe." "I Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky Hen Q. Halo, Plaintiff ngaiu r Hvnrr riwidiir of tha Courlor Can uoii Malady & Etc., UofondaiK sccuro all of the six bonutlful Uy vlrtuo ot a Judgment and , rose bushes described charge. Thoy are all ot Salo ot Fultou Circuit Cou without unii rontml mm venr old tilatita. guar do red at thu January term anteed to reach you lu good condi of, 191 1, In the uboxc caus tion. Each collection win uo accom- division ot tho funds derived f b panied with full Instructions on plant-lu- sale ot the follow Jut; lands, 1 , and enro. proceed to otttr 'or eole at tl MaACK ROSB Tho Ulack Rose Hcubo door lu Wcktuiui, Ky marks tlio highest attainment ot the highest bidder nt PU1IL1C Ah, , hybridizers skill. For grace, form 13 Hi day of March, t and color the large beautiful flowers 011 tho as If they wore cut from tho Ten (10) o'clock, a. m, or look velvet. bout, (being County Court ds t heaviest dark rich Tho wonder- - a credit of twelve inoiitlis, tht WHITi: KILIaARNEY tinroiuing lug described properly, ful new "Irish lloauty" broad wax like petals Into ouormout Thu north wool fractional s semi-ful- l flowers of pure snow wlilto. and tho undivided ouo half , PRKSIDKNT TAFT It Is a strong, ct the nurtheust quarter of robust, vigorous grower. Tho flow-er- a 35 and a undlrld' d t aro faultlessly formed, extra of thu northwest fractional exquislargo and double, tlio color an of section 26, all In Township hv ite shade of bright sparkling pink. west, It being mid Is the a. 4 It I a ro Inherited by Vernon uimI Jt YF.LLOW KA1SKHIN t, bust, healthy grower, very hardy Maluily and Mrs. Pearl C'arr, a bush 011 which great masses of ex, quisite golden yellow roses are borne. ler of John Malady and Han dy, deceased, from the entat ' RHKA RKU Groat masses of largo Malady, deceased, tho deeds double flowers of the rtobciit velvety 1 red nio produced on the whole bloom- veyauctt to said lands may U lu the offlco of thu Clerk of ,. ing season. ton County Court In DxhI 1 a In habit of DOUOTHY l'KltKlNS xtremoly free, produc- Paases 2C0, 3U!r ami 457. It bloom. Or sufflulonl thereof to pru! ing flowers in Immense cluster. The color Is an exquisite shade ot clear the sums of money to order, u shell pink. Made. For thu purchase pr. Send us only $1.36 to pay for the purchaser, with approved sci Courier ono year and The Fanusr A securities, must uxetutu llonO Stockman ono year and we will send lug legal Interest from tin t r you these six beautiful overblooinlug sulu until paid, and having tu rotwjs postpaid and absolutely fre of and effect of a Judgment charge. This Is tho greatest offer ever inado will be prepared to comply p and It may bo withdrawn April first. with these tunas. Order now before the supply Is J. It. M11.NKI1 t g bo-lo- w g 1 ', to-w- one-sixt- h 1 1 1 -- Brother's playing football: Sister has a tea; The nurse Is entertaining; It's "her afternoon." you boy-Co- mADCMAHH Oxfords, 353.50 snJ $4,005 High Shoei. $4.00 snd $S.o id comfort tlone ii worth double. Address all orders to the Hickman Courier, Hickman, Ky. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Fultuit Circuit Court, Kuiituik W. J. Hautiou, Guardian . t tiff, against Stevo Staur &c i am, Kqulty. lly virtue of a Judgment auJ ot Jiale of Fultou Circuit t ou dared at the January t III 1 1, lit the above iau fur a ion o" thu funds derived from of Uie lullowtng lauds, I sua 10 otlwr for sale at lu i'M lluuse door lu Hickman, Ky m imlder. at rUllt.lt AH on the 13th day ot March a luu ilO) o'clock a. m, or tht -being County Court dayi u, credit of twelve months, tin lug described propvrty, town h lu' au undivided iu lul.owiug laud lu rultuu 1 Kentucky. Hounded as lotion On the north by the u j wit John liarntui, on tho east by t! ot Charlie Itoach, on the j tho land of John Pollock and west by tho land of Johu Pot. ks, being and Is the land inhir. the children of W. J. and Mary nou obtaining same by lulu; from her mother, Mnttie A lut ceased, seo det.nl book 'J pORe t ton Coiuty records, and being u tlou of thu UK Qr. of He I W., containing til aires n less. Or sufflalelll thereof to I the sums of money so ordend made. For the purehoMi pr.' purchaser, with approve! sxur securities, must execute lloud lug legal Interest from the da H.1I0 until paid, aisl having th' 11 ntMl effect of a Judgment will be prewired to comply p. ly with these terms. J It. MILNKIt, t'oim.. s. n Poor tittle Willie uld his fate be worse? only meet the mhman When he wlnliM to converse! Bradley & Parham Event of the Season. Killed By Gar. POPE'S HI HEAYY MAIL BAQ Hotlnttt Wouldn't ynu fel fretful. With trout.) of your own. If this great world left you. Like WlIHe. all alone? Qtt Ortattr Number of Mltilvei Than Any King or Executive. Pittsburg PebfectFence It It the only enduring make and by proceu of ELECTRIC WELDING ONE SOLID PIECE OFSTEEL, trand and itay wire can neither aeparate nor nut out. Uninjured by heat, cold, or the action of the clementa ample proriilon hat been made for eipantion and contraction, and adjust! Itxlf to uncren ground. Our imf roTcd proceu maket It cheaper than an other fence at any price. Buy your Poultry Tence NOW SAT. -- A.. DODDS Young Lady Died. Hiss Itublo. Hatler, age 17, daughter of A. Hatler and wife, was called to rest Wednesday morning at 7.o0, after a lingering Illness ot tuberculo sis. The young lady lias been confined to her bed for the past three months and had suffered much. The family came from St. Louis several months ago hoping the change would bo beueflclal to Miss Itublu, but she gradually sank. AH that kind friends and loving parents could do for her was done, all to no avail. JIlss Ruble was u most obedient mid loving young lady, uud led a beauteous christian life. She was a member of the l'resbyterian chuich, and tho funeral services will be con ducted by Ilov. W. O. Stockton, of this city. Deceased survived by her parents and one brother, who havo the sincere sympathy of our people Shi was also a noloo of Mrs. Henry Trav 1b Will Hamll. until recently n rel We havo been waiting so patiently t of UiW city, was Instantly killfor the announcement of tho coming of that famous Minstrel Show, that ed by a street car In Memphis. Sun one oan hardly believe the good nous day afternoon. Hamll was employed but It is now an assured fact that by the street car company and was on Saturday, Murcb, 11, J. A. under his car making some repairs Ilrand Now Minstrel Aggrega- The motorman In charge of another tion will bo heard at the Lyric Thea- rar. not knowing Hamll was under tre. Manager Coburn has out done, ItWt car, ran a oar up against the one all former efforts and will bring man Hamll was under, crushing the life now faces and novel features. put of tho unfortunato boy. t Tho Greenville, S. C, Dally PiedDecoased was about 32 yuan of age mont, is criticizing tho show, said: nin Is survived by his mother, Mrs "Coburn's Minstrels at tho Grand Annie Hamll, of this oily; aUo two Saturday matinee and night, pleased brothers Alex and Ivy. The remains to this city, and burled n large and enthusiastic audience. were shlpp-A Slight Interruption. The show this season Is by far the at Hrownsvllbt. Tuesduy. Dllklns (soliloquizing) It Is 1 best that Manager Coburn has ever The family has retdded hero about pleasing thought that, although one put out. There Is plenty of ginger, two years. may have no worldly possessions from start to finish, and there Is not worth menUonlng, in reality the splen-diparks aro ours mine. In fact. a dull moment during the whole Here am I. an Engllsbmnn, wanderim Change Primary Date. "The bass solo of Rob Hacked wua over my own magnificent estate and ono of tho features of tho show, as nobody can say anything Pork Keeper (suddenly) Come off Mr. Hackott possesses one of the that grass, d' yer 'ear, or I'll turn you best bfcss voices that has ever been THo Democratic State Kxecullve nhtl Sketch. Committee met nt Ixjulsvlllo. Friday, hoard In Grosnville. "Tho singing and dancing this ma- and changed the date of primary from May 27 to July 1. This son Is far al'ov- - the average MesGetting Back at Paoa. srs. Dlackwell snd Dultoss made a primary Is for the purposo f selectRev. Dr. Fourthly, mildly reproving big hit lu their novelty dancing and ing tlio following nominee?: his youngest daughter: singing number. United Status Senator. "Florence, do you think it Is to wear that gaudy hat te "Tho (liiartclto tint Mr. Coburn Is Governor. church? It looks as It you went thert carrying this season Is exceptionally Lieutenant Governor. merely to bo seen." good and song rendered by Attorney General. Miss Florence Fourthly, aged the Quartette boys was thoroughly enAuditor. twelve, demurely responding: Treasurer. papa, all you go to church joyed and thoy vcro encored tlm "Well, and lime again. Secretary of State. for Is to be heard, Isn't ltr "Mr. Hays in his novelty muRlaal Superintendent of Schools. net was by far tho best of Its kind Commissioner of Agriculture. ROAST, 8TEW, HASH AND 80UP. over seen on this stage." Clerk of Court of Appeals. Prices 3D, CO and 7Gc. Seats on Kn trios in the primary must close nm.8illilll!lllltl!i!i!i ifl ftvli silo 0. Hickman Drug Co. Itffi Juno Kith. The provision as to votBjssf' jEJf LiHI! H'' ers Is broad, Including both democrats and Independents who In the Special feature show at the Lyric party principles and who agree to Friday night. support tho nominees Cheeky Chap. They met for the irst time stne their summer vncntlon. "And how Is your sister BueT" asked the Innocent mnld. "Sue is well," rosponded the cheeky young man, "and cr by the way, Sue sent you a kiss, so I will deliver It." "Sir, how dare you! You have yourself." And then and there bo claimed an .other. "So good of you to remind m. Although I think a ereat donl of Sue ,1 must never rot jet myself. for-.gott- Co-bur- d don Globe. If one were askrd to apecuUts as to dslly mall bag tho torerelKn who was the grestnt on would hsisrd th kaiser Hut no. Than most will say It ought to bo. On on authority of a Parts contemporary wo lisrn that tho pop la tho recipient of tho greatest numbsr of missives, Tho mall of his holiness consists on tha aversso of 23.000 letters, newspapers, etc. To go throuxb this mass 11 srcratsrlos aro kept employed. Tho president of tho United States receives nearly 1,000 letters dally sod about 4.000 journals and books. Tho kaiser's mall consists of 4,000 letters and frequently tho same number of books and pspers. Our kins;. w learn, la favored with 1,000 Utters a day nod ovor 3,000 newspapers and books. Tho czar la not overworked In this rospect for a sovereign, his majesty's mall being given at 6S0 letters, etc.. per day. Tho kinga of Italy and Spain havo to deal with about 300 letters each. Queen Wtlbelmlna Is still more favored with ISO lotters, etc. Hut President Fallleres Is still moro fortunate, for w are told that ho receives few letters and hardly any papers. Lonunltn-pssxhab- i .. . a u 1 1 ouo-uiut- j Badge of Servitude. Would-b- ov-jr- y "B 1 aajaaw Is, of tills city. SHIRTS Landlady Do you think that death 'ends all? Mr. Hall Roome Not for four days In tho caso of a chicken. Accounting for It. a beautiful example ot christian tude. Although her life was brief, it was forti- Vital statistics, Deaths. 21, Maroli CC, .1. We are prepared to to take care of any one in the shirt line. We have the largest line of shirts and made of the best grade of madras cloth. Shirts in size from llJjJ to 20. Now, all you fellows, little and big, come on and you can find what you want. CLUETTS and MONARCH. cockades aro probably Ignorant of tho fact that from a European etandiolnt tho cockado Is only used to show that tho wearer Is a servant of royalty. Across tho water the cockado can bo legally worn only by servants of royalty, Including naval and military officers, diplomatists, lieutenants, deputy lieutenants and high sheriffs of counties. As worn by these tho color la black. Tho black cockado was Introduced In England by the house of Hanover, although previous thereto It had been worn In various colors, A scarlet cockado was In voguo during tho time of Charles I. His son adopted whlto. tho badge of u.o jBcooites, wnno orango waa tho color of William of Orango. Orango remains tho color In the Notheriande. Illack and white Is the color In y, black and yellow In Australia, tricolor In Franco, scarlet In Spain, blue and white in pirtm.i -. boforo the revolution and black red and yellow In Holgium, Tho word "cockade" comes from tho Fronoh originally applied to tho feath-er- a of the cock worn by Croatian soldiers serving in the French army. Oor-man"co-oard- their coachmen with who are wont to decorato the hats of aristocrats In America M Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Spc. Jit Courier Office. See samples. Trade at Home. The Courier has thu finest lino 1912 calendar sampled Hixjii In Hickman, now of J. II. Gunter, age Geo. W. Roberts, ago March 10, C, The tortoise beat tho hare a rolls And did It lasting; hurt: It must have been the poor old hare Had on a hobble aklrt "Chlnntown Trunk Mystery" based on "Tho SIgel Caso" comes to the Births. Lyric Theatre Friday night. Prices To Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Choato, Fob. 10 and 1C cents. 3, a boy. Don't buy now furniture got your To, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Newton, old pieces repaired and upholstered. Fob. 18, a boy. Clins. Ward, over Fuqua, Helm & C Mary Smith, colored, Fob. St. Louis. In H, E. Curlin's Chinese Will Take Part. Drosdon ia planning for an oxposl-Ho- n dovotod to tho causa of hygiene sports and their allied Interests. According to advanco Information this exposition, wnicn hitherto has not boon very much talkod about, la koir to surprlso by Its porfoctlon of detail and architectural boauty as might b expected ot Dresden. That tho exposition will be worldwide In Its scope Is ovlncod by the fact that tho executtvo committee has lust rooelvod pinna from the Calnoso for tha erection of an Imposing soctlon. It Is proposed to eroot a largo hall for this purposo, and an Imposing pagoda will bo orectod as a demonstrate of Chlneso architectural development. Chi-neso that will m-i- lJ ready for )t-'- r Inspection. PaUouIxu tlitj home pud save salesman's exiHjnses of a bout 2C per cent. Calendars suitable for all linos nt liualnewi: see Uieiii l our office, or our rt presoutatlvu wdl 1 "' cull at your place ot Lustness Luy at home. Tho Courier wants nil the local i In Fulton county, doaths, births, uu rlnges, entorUtliiments, visitors frti" abroad, etc., and will be obliged If people will notify us by calllnt tlio offlco or telephoning a line Don't tako our word; try us, man Furniture Co. Hick Konnody for Insuranoo. MmHHtaiWTXMgg PWWf iy iiiip"ij' 'Wi'..' "" t"i"gHiWvri.tn"li --- ; i'(l'll MltVl' ,).' HjMIm).....,.., tTTTT!! PANTS I tf&ti Mrs Mrs. Heard On the Streets Columbus Convention Vote On tho basis of representation by the committee ln calling Ellison Bros. a have a complete line of Pants for Men and Boys. Martha Karls is ijulte sick. Pnnts see the line of $5.00 at H. E. Curlin's. $2.50, $3.50 J. and SICK list. A. Mooro Is reported on tho & day, brush em off at night, and you are ready for society stunts. Then a word sizes are very important at the present time. I have in stock from 20 to 50 waist and lengths to correspond. Your inspection, whether you wish to buy or not. In CURLEE pants you have shapely lines, perfect fit, quality, tailoring, work in 'em all Lot llrndloy Knster suit. oiwi rueMjay. I'arham mnko that Undo I'rossloy Ilerry, of Clinton, Friday convention to nominate a candidate for tho Legislature In this district viz: Ono delcgato vote for each 50 nnd fraction over 25 votes cast for tho Democratic presidential electors at the November election, 1008 tho preclnctn will be entitled to tho following delegates in tho convention nt Columbus, Mnrch 2.1: Fresh Vegetables Now all the time. t WEATHER: Fair today; fair and warmer. Nightingale The Nightingale, the "sing er of the night," has In all ages been considered thq most wonderful of sonrj blrdt. And yet, comparatively a, few people have ever heard, Cot tho habit go to tho Electric Htudlo for flno photos. Hov. nnd Mrs. W. 0. Stockton siiont a few hays In Nashvlllo last week. Mrs. Cnpt sl i Hickman County. C Clinton No. 1 East Sldo 4 Clinton No. 2 West S"ldo Columbus No. 1 North Sldo.... a Columbus No. 2 South Sldo....G Hubk ; Lettuce Radishes Tomatoes Green Beans Onions, etc. Something New all the time. O t 1 Oakton .; IJeolerton Moscow 7 2 3 J. ore hero visiting (lus Mooro nnd wife. Mollis Kirk Is mnkliig oxtuu rejitilrs on his rosldunco projior-t- A. Mooro, of Hlohlnnd, Ln., H. E. Curlin's HOW TO y Spring Hill Dennett Hossvlllo Polo Total Pulton County. East Fulton West Fulton IiOdglon Cayco ,.2 3 2 1 1 8 Oscar Wllllitglitun has roturmsl to ibis city aflor a short slay In Watur Valley. LEARN TO FLY. s. ' School of Aviation inn? SUrt.tf in lurope, i I buy mi aeroplane, nud to i . t tin mi U Ixiuclit for mnrhluttt Into thin HnntiH-Dumon- Hv Bn ALFREDO ZAYAS. J V. Morris Is In Mayflold this Week UNHlsttlu llllllo Wllsoll, Willi Ills iIiiIIhh as circuit chirk. Mrs. HllrnlH'lh llurondun, who has bw'n sick for sveml montlis, Is not thought to bo much improved this this sweet singer, for tho reason that It Inhabits only Central Europe and migrates In the winter time to tho Interior of Africa. Very few are In captivity for they seldom live after being captured. resident of Bremen Germany, has been fortunate enough to secure on the Victor a most remarkable, record of the nightingale's song. The notes are clear, strong, distinct and very sweet and run through the entire record with scarcely a break. A 38 C C 3 h r 4 East lllckmnu West Hickman Old Hickman Sassafras Kldgu State Lino Madrid Uoud Total Necessary to Nomlnato i uglt rot from S3,ono in 1. ) - Vlea Prandenl of Cuba Candidal For Prandtncy. 3 G morning. What has becomo of thu wholesnlo grocery? After nil It might Just hnvo Imh'ii n bluff put up by tho West Ton iiessco people. 2 2 1 Fresh Meats The Best in Town Colin- iii " w blob amount to JO rlulnnl rtwL So much cilrn charge, duly. I fr ht 37 38 f ' ' t iMt nil. You must Iki pre- i.K. lentous lu fljrltiK nnil i. u h llum it tuny m tiecm- . Mr. Pur- uii pmfUirnt. .I Hint Itii nemptniir break- ' 'hnntcrng man In Irani' iioountN In miirljr $3.io) ' itudl tlniiKTH aud tn pr- I tit n man should harn nt v irln In tho 4r under the ii fa fnirlflit teacher In 'air iintnd Of tlio luaclllnft i . - rnsbtorlan Church Regular wor- ship Sunday morning und evening. Sunday School nt 10 o'clock. W. 0. STOCKTON. .Ml lib tor. New togs of every description In endlet variety nt llrndloy & Young mon especially will bo Interesteil In their Spring showing. IUv 0 W. Wilson ntteudiHl tho Missionary Institute nt Martin, Monday nnd Tuiwdny. Ho ropurts a vroy inti resting meeting on thnt occasion. II 0 Ilrown nnd Miss Kdna Wade, both popular Joung neonlo of tho Cmtchfield nelghlMirhood, wuro united In marriage nt Fulton Sunday mornln I'nr-ham'- s. It Is certainly a wonderful and Remarkable Record of a Bird's Song and should be heard by alt nature lovers. Kept Hit Word. "What did he say when you rejected hlmT" "Ho said he would go to tho does." "I saw htm there lost night." "Whore? What are you talking "At the vaudovUle theater, where those trained dogs are appearing." Hence the Change. "Why do you only keep a clerk for jtwo weeks T" "Well, you seo It takes about that I long for the girls to And out whero a young man Is working, and after that they're so busy telephoning him that you can't get any work out of him." Beef boutr Pork Mutton Telephone us your orders. t t: 1 r il li.wds Itn vrt Ihm-i- i rMahlWh M I'nu, Hue, M Hinuplou. Lyon. JuvUy, IM n .. n Hundred of night at k Chalous, aK .bbbbbbW Come to the Store and hear this wonderful record, and while you are here ask to hear m..de ctrry wk. HOW TO KEEP HAIR IN CURL (r.. Woman'i Wy, ' . by Which Sh. Can D.fjr Fog, Mlit and Rain. ' i men nprw with the sifclrnM War Scare, ' ' ' u i 'Itat tlim! whom the rimI nrly hair, ami It U wr- aiiv tliff want to arcut to bo ii f tin- - sod thnt m tunny uri their hair artificially. The c mM ami tho rain am thou ii u I lie evil of nature iii n who liau found a way u'at lhee unkind Influence by n ti ir hair In curl even during lui.ild weather an frequently Vi-- t vi Ii ti rnvy. to ! no. u r .man whom imturully straight ;.'rr loiuo out of curl, I n aim- k .t jri-ud t r i - on her dreeing u an air tight Jar the while of t.K diluted with water to three tit hulk Tlnu at night prepnrn ' urllnc, alio pncn a roiuti '.Hitf with till inlxtura IhroiiKh i.K'll ir ii an thW H iluun eneh atrand Iwt-te- d lightly llkn a cord and tHl around n curling kid. w Mtr wi'iunu Icth Mow to Cltan Bamboo. Hint bamboo furniture la iiimiI a suggestion nbout ii II limy not go unnoticed. ThU mlng ahould 1m) dono with soap warm water to which anlt Ima ' u added And tlio mixture must Ih ' uii with a brush ami then wiped T with clenn rajca until the artlclo I mid KllMein. Urdliinry Inuudrj F ' will rvm.no tho natural rIo of " wmmI nud lentf It dull If aalt U not 1 -; uiiherwilly a nh-- If t Mow to Cltan With Oatollnt. 5 u do not want to mokt rlui; on l.,lly with Kaaollnr, nnph-- " ii or other fluids, put hlot- k pnpi'r iimkTiii'iitli or hold th fall-riiilu-tlRhtly over n thick Turkish 'vi or folded paila of chwtecloth or ''er aofi mnterlnl. If thin U 'lie dirty lluld aoiika Into tho ma to-- r falls to l) iilixorlxHl nnd aprvnds r UtIhI rlciinwl ' ' 1 to Make Soallopi. Tnn U nu luiKirtiiut jwdut In re-d to mnkliiK acnllops. Thnt In, nfter - nllop Is mndc nud cut out ko nil r It iiKnlu with n tiny buttonholo h ThU prmeutH frnjlni; nnd r1 vca "b nnd fliiNIi to tint acnllop. Mow ' Tlie dally prM la now rarrrliiK IiIk scare heada prndlctlni; war between Thieves broko Into tho Christian tho t'nlts Hlut'M ami MhxIco. Tlmrw Church at Fulton Monday night ami may lm holWHir lu It. more thnu to drunk the communion wluu. EvidentKuurd thit bordr lino btttwoeu tli ly the thlevoH wore strangers lu Fultwo hhIIohm. aa Mexico la In tho ton, as thu "Hd" Is generally tilted Hi rex of a efll war and It Ikih Im- - to nu angle of 15 degrees thero tho come neonwmry to tnke car of our year 'round. Internals at thu boundary. Ituhu Wnddetl came in this morning TIih auvdal from Waslitaiiton says. to Join Cantlllon's team, llo Is Tho niiMtt ttxtciadtw inoveHimit of by his wife. Hubu Is no exttcutnl troiHi ami war xwmUi doubt the host known ball player In In Iki rtMiHlry In Hhhmi of puctt Is the country owing to his erratic ac now under way hy order of thu At ouo tlmu ho wns the pre OMiHuiaiHler-hi-chl-f Him tions. of aa uiler pitcher of tho big leagues. nrmy and imy, thu ohjecthe ImIiik Iloynolds-Mos- s tho oouulry north of tho Moxlonn Co., who recently iMiundnrninl two octsina nt either purchased tho lumber yards and stock end of It. of the Hickman Lumber & I'lanlug Twenty thousand sohllorn mora' Mill Co., announce that they have Uiiui oiih fourth of the nrmy of the Increased their stocks by noveril United Slntos nr iiiovIih; toward the thousand dollars, and nro now preMhxIooii border, four armored cruls pared to furnish lumber nnd mater era hnr Ihwii orderetl from northorn lal for building nny kind of a nlruct-urwaters to (lunntnunmo, Culm, ami on short notice nud at reason Itumt of the I'nclflc flet U or short ably prices. ly will be nt Su l'edro ihmI SniiDIe-KThe Memphb Nows Scimitar puts Cnl . ami J.OOo iiwrlnit nre pr- imrliiK to mnko (luuutnnnmo tludr Itself to n good deal of trouble to louxo the impression that Hickman is temporary lHidiunrters. It una officially nnnounced nt the washing ln the rlvor. nnd thnt every Whlt.t HouBti nnd nt tho wnr nnd body Is preparing to movo out east navy heodnunrturs yestonlny that thu of town. Never n bigger falsehood purport of thU iiHihlllratlon, whlrli Is East lllckmnu will build up, the town unurwedenti'd sao lu wnr tlmuH, Is. Is growing nnd It can't help It, but long u tryliiK out of offleors nnd mon un- Old Hickman will bo on the map der sewre conditions, nnd a prnctlcu nftor Memphis Is forgotten. botwoen land nnd nalu Miss Alice Campbell, of Chicago, val forcos." has accepted a position ns trimmer Yut. Just nt thte tlmo and under thu lu llallxor & Dodds millinery depart circumstances thero nro ronsoiw to ment for tho spring season of tins Justify one In bellevlim the renl turth year. Sho nrrlved lu lllckmnu a has not been miido public ago, nnd this progrossho firm Is now getting ready to show tko Hwullesl Hue of millinery they have ever displayed. Miss Campbell Is an expert In her line, nnd Milady Is as sured that all of her creations will ! embody tho latest und best of the season. Arthur Fleming, mi old Illckmrgi boy. In the U. S. nrmy nnd stationed at FL Itussell, Wyo., Is among tho trooK that lire on lliu march to thu Mexican border. Under the Yum Yum Tree By Collins and Harlan. Its Great. Literally. "Here Is a lot of suggestions from outsiders as to how to run this news-papeSee that they aro carried out" ' "Yes, sir," Bald tho offlco boy, and, j putting them all In a wssto-pape- r basket, promptly carried thorn out Ijudgo. Poor Praise. The Poet What do you think o my lyric entitled "In the Shoe Store T" Tho Critic Well. It Is certainly ap-- ( proprlato. Tho Poet Appropriate? The Critic Yes, It has all kinds of Ellison Bros. I, Make Home Beautiful. r. Hear Blanche Ring's latest Come, Josephine, in My Flying Machine and rr Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey. By Collins and Harlan. - o The MARCH RECORDS on the Victor and Edison arc here now. o, Come Hear Them I Ellison Bros. I Nashville Wedding. No Excuse For It n.'i iumnI Minr Job prlntlnc out of town nt least tlvo jour homo Insti "' I n lltllo cnyeiino K.'PlHr to tho on u. " "'", nr hefuro IwIIIub It. Children will tution n chunco to tiKiiro enu furnish on short notlco this when they will tukc no othur niiiedy Commercial printing of all kinds. Korulgu nud Uoinostlo Calendara, Advertising funa und noveltlua. At tlio Mothodlut church noxt 8un ,la' Kngruvcd cards and wedding InvitaHuniluy School nt tlio uhuiiI huur, prt'iiclihiB hy thu pnHtor, Hov. tions. ' W Wilson nt 11 n. m. At 7:30. Lithographed school diplomas. Lithographed stock certificates, etc. Sorvlco. This Borvlco woh Postponed last Hundny In favor of I'arly Invitations. hi HapUflt nnd Chrwtlau churchm, Lltho. bunk supplies. hou now pastor hnvo Just begun Customers checks with dutuchablo ihulr work boro. cloth covers. ' Mow to Maks a Cough Ramarff. or h coiikIi mnko n plain tnlTy nnd 1 A wedding of wide Interest Is that of Miss Kllznbcth Hobbn nnd Kobert I). Overton, which will bo solemnized on tho evening of Wednesday, March 22, at tho home of tho bride's uncle nnd mint, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Wells, on Hawkins street. The brldo and groom will tnko nn extensive tour. going- to Snn Francisco by way of St. Louis nnd Denver and returning by El l'nso and Now Orlonns. Nashvlllo Tennetisenn. Jim Dotson Informs us that the C, Mr. Overton Is a half brother of J. M. &. (1. railroad has laid about two II. Housluy, of this city, and has miles of steel In Fulton county slnco many friends here, having visited Inst week. Their progress Is some- here on svveral occasions. what retarded by reason of tho roadbed sinking, ami It takes considerable Hickman Lodge "6 Ilrown & McGoheo nrbusy platextra work hauling sand and making F. & A. M. the effort to ing their east Hickman property this fills. Wo understand week. These gentlemen nro certainly mnko nrrnngoments with the N , C. Hickman Lodge No. 7C1, F. & A. hustlers nnd town boosters. & St. L. to come In on their belt lino M.. will meet In regulnr communicatracks below town has fallen through, "Chuck Connors," "Tlio White May tion next Monday night at 7:30. Visand tho now road will go ahead grad- or of Chinatown" Is coming to tho iting brothers cordially Invited. H. N. COWQILL, Master. ing on their original survey leading Lyric Theatre Friday night. Admis A. E. KENNEDY, Secy. to tho baseball park. Also that they sion 10 and ICc. Work In E. A. degree. will build their own depot and yards Thu well drcsBcd man hns his clothWork In V. C. degree. lu West Hickman Instead of using ing mudo ut llrndloy & Pnrhnm'a. Work Id M. M. degree. tho N C. & St. L. depot. few-day- s . No tiling beautifies tho homo grounds ilko a few well selected roses. Thu Courier la going to make it possible for every ouo of Its readers to beautify hla or her home grounds without a cent of cost Wo will send you tho six overblooming (sot roses described below, absolutely freo of charge If you will soml us only A Like Meeting. "I saw today tho clashing of two $1.25 to pay for tho Courier ono year aud Tho Farmer & Stockman ono hard wills." year. What Is more, wo will send "What was It?" The meeting of the head of Jonts' you complete Instructions on planting 'William with the policeman's billy. and euro wiUi each collection. Theso Instructions aro written by an Ohio florist, one of tho most successful on Natural Reverses. 'Thu boa constrictor reverses tba earth. usual order of ombraclng, doesn't be?" Tlio roses will bo sent postpaid by Row so?" Tho Farmer & Stockman direct from "He throws his neck around a man's tho florist in Ohio, any tlmo you wish arms." You can order tho collection now, before tlio supply Is exhausted and bavo them shipped any tlmo you wish beG. W. Roberts Dead. fore May 1st. Hoses may bo planted nny time between tills nnd May 1st Better or Coo. W Roberts, a highly respected der now before tho supply Ls exhaustcitizen of this place, answered the ed. Thousands aro ordering theso final summons Monday night nt 11 plants now, nnd tho supply may be o'clock nfler three months Illness of exhausted If you wait until April to order. The Farmer & Stockman will a spinal trouble. Mr. Huberts wns r4 years of ago. hold tho roses for you until you aro Ho was born near Kansas City, Mo., ready to plant them. Do not tako but hnd been n resident of this city chances by waiting. Seo our special offer. for the past 30 years. Ho worked nt tho lumber business for ninny years, lu fact, up until ho was taken HI. Ho HERE AT LAST Ls not survived by nny Immediate relatives, and It has been only about' Tho attraction at Chinatown nnd three weeks since his wifo died In tho liowery which is nt tho Lyrlo Nashville as tho result of nu opera- Theatre Friday night Is from reports ull that Is claimed for It. It has tion. Tho nearest relation to the Is Jno. Pyle, Assistant Cashier given entire satisfaction at every of tho Hickman Hank, who wns a place It has been shown so there Is step-eonno reasou why It should not do tho Ho wns n member of tho Ilnptlst same here. From tho Interest that Church and the I. O. O. F. lodge, of Is being shown umoiifi tho patrons this city, nnd was burled with the of tho popular little Theatre regarding honors conferred by this order, nt It seems to Indicate a big attendance tho City Cemetery, Tuesday afternoon so It la a good tip to start early to get a good soat. Ho was a good man. ' d 'i ai V, i t 3 i U 3 m ri X A'v. A Itev. O. W. Stockton held hla anniversary sorvlco at Kenton, Tenn , last Sunday. An effort was made to have him give all of his tlmo to the church hero, us ho has given such Ilev. Stockton oinluont satisfaction. Is a man of modern aud broad Ideas, Which at once makes him popular with tho masses us well as tho mem-bur- s of his church. Ho seems to llko o Hob Taylor's plan, a "religion of and a gospel of love." sun-sblu- s V 'I i . ty.nAlr-,-- d,jgj0--- - yrtw - v; , : - t ,tjjfc "jMfiiPpMHu1 ' aT'r',"i! MAN TOO GOOD TO IE 11 The SCAVENGER iiWJiiWtJtWJtttJ'i t'H-tar- tt Courier Want U.VTKH-O- ua Column t- Caul twr Word Haiti In Advanca - W,,i PARDON ja. llox Couches made to t Ward. 1'hotio. H. 'r v r Governor Can't Understand Why Conviction Was Had ASKS FOR ALL l'aul KOIt SALK: Good Hhaw, HUto Line. mu la J THE EVIDENCE FOR HKNT: leslrablo on the hill. li, 1. Klllson IX) It HAhli: UeH Koldlni; Hj i Refuse! to Issue Pardon Because Prisoner Has No Good Excuse For Being In the Penitentiary An Unusual Case. Frankfurt. An unusual stato of toots was developed In an application for the pardon of Kobert llarnes, convicted In Laurel county of aiding and abetting & murder and sentenced to the penitentiary for Ave years. The record shows, according to Gov. Will son, absolutely no reason why the Jury found Darnes guilty, and the- frionds of the man killed, who was nn uncte of Barnes, of the same name, joined in tho application for the pardon, (lov Willson refused to grant the ivardon because ho could not understand how a jury convicted a man under such circumstances. He sa), In his reasons for refusing the ardon now, that ho must understand more about the case and And out why thero wa a conviction. He eajs that according to tho papers presented to him thero wu3 nothing to show that Ilarnon was guilty In tho Killing of Ilarnea, his uncle, Tho applicants for tho pardon are given leave to open the caso again after they have gathered more evidence of the kind wanted by the governor. It is prolably the first time on record that a pardon was refused the applicants made loo good a showing. It was tills very thing that made the goternor cautious about about grunting the pardon. o llUkinan llnnUari' i HAY FOR SALE: 25 TON8 ALTAIC 8CE W. 8. ELLISON you KOIt 8AU:: I'alr inultM; obui milk cow 3, Ut n i lllckniati. i . n HOMEBUILDER It looks to us that it would pay you to investigate the prices on No plauant acane Thta apot ajoof Far yonder Ara Mddan ptaoa U thta, no baauteou from whleh lha city alaijda In tha ahUU of areen eltjr wall and gala and roof. KOIt HAI.i:: Two regut I'olk'd Hull Calves, 8 mnntln 1' Henry, 11 i, lllckmnii, K V4M HAJ.K: from Illack lAiutanaiia, l!uH and White WyatidotUs, aU choice cockereU. It paya tu brat. Mrs. Annie McDmitt. tnun, Ky. VOt i i brvO . i( a ':. t, i Thla I the city' heap wheraon U thrown The umIhi wrecks that ha aerved U0 Wll.l. 11UV lot No 7 U It day; wurn-eu- t Here earn, and emit, and ra", Addition, If taken this woutL and bona section Is building up faster Hy oarelfa hand ara Idly nunc away. t!-- H .i lkU -- LOCKS, HINGES .j other (art of Hickman, and I u on the atreet cohUIuIlr tho i. o.I Inquire ai uu number of tieiueai. 4 lfy office. Ooriion ltl thla wek, wax NAILS, SCREWS TRANSOM LIFTS Hera, too, tha From ptaee heap, IWklnic amid Which thay keep. eoavenfera all quickly dart to plar upon tha tumbled tha debrl for aome part H or may carry off and catt-of- hen a I John JoHan, of Mi'iuphis Ttkatday uti buslneM. Think' tl.lna-- a In thta pila of broken, f Mr. May Aluxauder, Thay tuee and taka up worthlea pteca by piece. And whlla eaeh day mora battered fr Tha travana-arceaea. Bo waj huru Muiulny lt.-- d of nltoptiliiK Heirs Seek Recovery. United effort of all tho helre and descendants of Lord Baltimore, the founder of tho city of Baltimore, to recover the estate leased by that titled gentleman will result in a general meetinc to be hnld in Scntt enmi ty, Kentucky, on March 8. Several hundred heirs from all parts of tho country will assemble to make plans to fight for their claims. There aro about one thousand heirs scattered throughout the United States who will wage a determined legal battle to recover the property which they claim is theirs, and which embrace the city of Baltimore and many thounands of acres of coal and mining lands extending Into Virginia, the value of which runs into the hundreds of millions. There is much romance and mystery of the colonial days bound up in the history of Lord Baltimore, whose renl name was George Cahert. After his death his grandson, Charles Calvert, became his only heir when his 11 sons entered the revolutionary army, It is said, contrary to his wiBhes. George Calvert became angry, leased his large land grant, given his father by tho king of England, to the stato of Maryland for a period of 09 years. Tho lease provided that at the end of the 99 years the property should descend to the heirs of his 11 sons. This lease expired in 1875, at which time no legal steps were taken by tho holra to regain possession of tho leased property. Within the past few weeks able attorneys hae been engaged and tho organization of the Calvert heirs has been perfected. At the meeting In Scott county the reports of the lawyers will bo made, and It will be decided then what steps will be taken In furtherance of the plan to recover mtnta brlnri a Ihelr tolttns will not MIm Vera Ttiomaa, of UaL' MIm llcrtlf May like (I Mlsa draco Thrulkold fat at her homo r town w ni-n- SASH CORD SASH WEIGHTS Ttma te. Where worn-ou- t thaorlaa ara thrown among Tha ueeleee anvy and tha anclant hat. by day, and endleea on year. Are cat tha aimtaaa and tha at rife. Tha frata. lha fault, tha foollah dread and fear That cluttar up tha battar way of Ufa, A heap of atufT bayend life' ara flunr ha, too, a plara where thlnra apiendld 111 therU Mr. Wright, of Trimble. gutl of his soil, Marnlia. and family. the Thar dr yr trula PULLEYS ANlJ PAINTS before building1 your house. We buy these goods in large quantities and sell others, why not you? Give us a chance HherKf Johnson arrested liner TuiTwciny on ft olutrgi' of li Into u cliloketl houau bvtoi. W. II. Ilobbltt, insl o( IIUkDJ M And thara, too. band lha To ort anaw the blttar thout.l and word And brln- - lham back to vex lha aoula of man A do othare with tha bonea and cvnre hred. J M. Hubbard nnd di ClinrlottH, arxi eipetU-tho latlnr part of tho week fn Ida, where they spent the Thoy are sending a low dj Mm. MIhm i batter ware Oahanna' oldan Area. And battar war tha flame of hlfh da. AhL NaithTllle. That leave no aahaa Ire Mown upon our Joy. I at your Couldn't Find It. Tho neighbors having dropped In Informallj upon tho Huthrona during the evening. Mrs Buthron suggests that If her husband will Rather some mint from the mint bod In tho (tardea she will mix for thm a gmtitne Kentucky Julep. Mr . iuuuiKCfi in a materHuthron. who of anrrn or eight genuine Kontucky Julepa prior to tho arrival of tho guosfs, (rocs will Injily Id search of the destrod garnishment for the drink. 10 remains In tho garden qulto awhile, and llnally tho others go out to ascertain what causes the delay. Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src Jit Courier Office, See samples. this vast estate. organization known na the "Central Kentucky Calvert association," with headquarters at Stamping Ground. The heirs of Lord Baltimore In this part of Kentucky havo perfected nn NEXT BILL and we will get your business, or else the other fellow will quote them to you awfully low. Horticultural Bulletin. Copies of tho monthly bulletin of tho Kentucky State Horticultural society are being Bent out from the odlce of M. C. Kankin, commlftKloucr of agriculture. The bulletin explains tho way to spray trees of all kinds, especially tlioso bearing fruit, and suggests that bow Is Uio proper tlmo to do tho praying. Trade at Home. Tho Courier has the finest lino of cv'ondar samples that will be seen In Hickman, now ready for your inspection. Patronize tho homo man nnd save salesman's expenses of 25 per cent. Calendars suitable for all Hues of liual.ii'Ls; see them at our office, or our representative will cull at your place of business. But buy at home. 1912 A. If. City. Led spent Monday In Union Hickman Hardware Company INCOItPOIlATED , his wife calls. Prom somowhoro In the darkness News From Gayce, cunies mo testy rosponso: "Jane, I've eaten my way twice around this lot I'vo chewed gnranl-urloaves, grass, catnip, tulip., onions W. A. KdmlHtou wua In llxk sage and burdock, but blamed if i Katurd.iy. can nnd n spring of mint anywhere! MIsr I.llllnu Wuilnton apetit i day ami .Sunday In Jordan. Broke Up the Game. . . Tho two font hull ChuM. Ilomliirunt wiui lit Ht I " each oth.r. Tense and quivering, tho opposlnr last week buying uprlm: goodn men await- tho ain.i ... l.lttlu Lewis Hcearce haa bent turn. Bliau put the ball Into play and hurl them of pneumonia, but U improving .. each aicnlmt onrh in t..i ' ""co 'aocK Ml a Annie Joliimon vUlted Mr of battle. Y. McCoutiell near Jordan, last ? SB.pt.ftJn bcB,D" caI1,n " 28. 17" he shouts. "S. At that Inatant Itio ...i.. Mra. Jetwlo l'oviell nnd luni rt' Is working his way through college by ed to their homo lu Oakton Haturut understudying a tailor, absont-mlnd- AfldH Kthel Kdmlntoii vlnltcd M "Sldo or top pockets V Velora Arrlugton Haturday ntid day. Tha Purbf Hereehel Hradley Ih at home nxi With Ilpa In a pout .tood Mla Whan In cam a call.r namad Crtmmln. after BiMjiidliu; Hovurnl daya nt Col at Ita cava har a klta bus. M,Cr.2 ihe h"rtnd ml: I haf ban aanna- - parflmmonfr fP Mra. Hlnnclio Jivwnip, of Union dt denrr j n ... "" 'BK l.. -.- l. :: 1 vlslt-- l Inventive Qsnlus. B,,Jr' th " dustbogrlmod faco, upon a moUre power for "I etruck auto Whloh KIVOB It tWlcn thn does not have half no disagreeable an wuur iriuung artor it." "You don't BaTl" exnlalm. .. with tho sorrated whiskers. "Faot. I ran out of gasoline 40 miloa from town, nnd ..i. i.... pound of llmburgor cheeso from the lunch hampor." her pareulH n few day l week. wtI?'JLt0i)5r."J:C,(,.ent-- "n Miss One ed Loat .rJ. MIm Kva Johnnon Harpole, of Jordan, vtntt several da week. Dr. Ion Nnylor and family were 1" Ht. LouIh IiihI week, buying good for Nnylor Mercantile Co. Mian Delia Hoodeiipyle nnd brother Ncoloy, vlslteil Ceo. I'owltt nnd fam lly, Bunday. Jlipluy, Tenn., experienced 000 flro Sunday. a $1G, Davo Lelbovitz went to Louisville, Tuesday on buslnesa. Our neighboring city, Moscow, is getting metropolitan. Thoy have a ' moving picture show. rolltlcally, oh, whither are Llttlo Anna Ma! Ileasley la visit wo drift- - Ing her grntwl pnrenUi, Mr. nnd Mrs Ham Job neon. TllO COtlftllfl hnrnnii tirnmlaoa n ... MIba Swan Naylor returned to her plete report on Kentucky within tho homo in Hickman Wednesday, 'lcr itu.il iuw uayH, vUltlng relative hero. a .ii r n J. 0. Stubbs - DENTIST Brrtara'i Mara "'" THE HieKMftN COURIER. tnB 41 ' A BLUE MARE HEHS roar tab mini tbtfaai zptrcd ertptlon ltanew prompt I r II yea want the paper to com to you after ttili month I'" the Team that Pulls tJ cttmng la Dl.BT KAr-n- Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success. The Courier has a Spankln' Good Team. Grease the RxIbs of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up NO. VOLUME IK WE8TBBN KUMTroiT m in HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1911. ESTABLISHED IH THE TEAR 1(400 WHOLE MO. UO-1- NEW DEPOT X3ST First tlon for District's Big, Brainy Congressman hl." jclmiond & Bond Cos Business Subdivision C. M. Weil glvo Mr. WIckorsham, tho Attorney General, and Mr. Ualllnger, tlu- Secretary of tlio Intorlor, boiihi things to think about. When our to nmittees get to work on their tlioro will bo some things IMiIjiihIiimI for thu public to think o it This Ih tho flrBt crack tho poo-1havo hnd at af fairs for sixteen J'.ir.-- , and thny shan't bo cut Hhort In uielr business." I. ' What Congress Did. Out of tho grist of bills that went to tho milt of congress In tho session that ended Saturday emerge theso re su .a of mora or lesw Imperative In- MadaaH terest: 1'rotlslon of 13,000,000 for tho fortl-f- i ntfon of the Panama Canal. Provision for two now battleships. Recodification of tho Judicial code regurded as most Important for Uio amelioration of tho law's delays. Creation of forest preserves In tho Southern Appalaclan and Will to Moun talon. Providing for tho construction of et bassy nnd legation buildings abroad. Requiring thu Inspection of locomotive boilers. Crentlng rtobort K. Peary a rear ndmlral on Uio retired list of tho navy and formally tendering thanks of Congress to him. p Creating a commission of five and five representatives to In vestigate conditions fh Alaska. sen-ator- & G. R. R. Bought Lota on Wall St. i BLVFBHnTJ't WnBPtC i. HT IbbbbbbH 4bbbbbbHbLSbbbbbbH Same Railroad bought in G. B. 2 lots Bond' Subdivision. Sumpt'n Gwinetcr Drap. Hale and Schlenkcr bought 11 lots on Wall St., in New Business Subdivision. They nre wise. They don't spend money foolishly. Get wise yourself and invest. You J& ' iL pan y wSH must hurry, Prices will Advance. See Russell Johnson or W. E. Bondurant. G. e i B. Bond 4 k, an him a foV old tightwads' ) that arm aiandlm: tu lh 1 J. . i rfaa They nro am dnul inuuimlo and don't knu im nyrlliKO, loaded ultli tnu - UikIi life uiIkIiI rutlto tliwin, .K 111 be biwt to go nil end wtlh w ral ttrartiKeiiiHiitB. Hickman it. tu Kruw. , ,u MiMkourl abor .wful id i ail Kottnto paiuHHl the Thin iiieamire maka for nny child under H to bo employed at an) ixtupallon. Fulluro of the Canadian reciprocity agreement In tho Senate and conse quent cortalnty of an oxtra session. .bbbbbbv ' A fool Is n man who votes for a Failure of tho . permanent tariff yi'l-id? Just because ho Is a (IvTin b'nid bill, which passed tho Senate, oiriit, nnd a (lampluK)l Is thu man hut was killed by a filibuster In the who votes for a republican because House. V tunds on a high tariff platform. Failure or the resolution to admit JJo not apply this to thos who aro to nlatohood Arizona and New Mexiconn.Kted wltli trusts, but let the co, which was killed by a filibuster npplUatlou fit the man who works un- In the Senate. it' r the onrth nnd In thu broiling sun. Failure of the proposal to Increaso the rate of postago on the advertisfailure of springs nnd lack of rain ing sections Come and see them. You of tho large magazines, can have any style, any .n 'Tialn sections of Oklahoma has Inpriced garment you wish, ran d it water famine to such an but provision for a commission to vestigate tho subject. man tailored to measure by xi. lit that H Is bringing 11 a barred these experts, and we will Failure of tho senato resolution nnd the prospects nro that It will take care of all the necesproviding for tho direct election of sary detail. The prices aro e.n go higher. And some folks will United Stntes Bona tots. OLLir. M. JAMES so low they will astonish you leave Kulton county to go to such Failure of tho general ago pension a place, But we don't ask you to bill ffpmkiNe of u ttm buy simply call and get tho Fallpro to act on Ualllnger-PIncho- t OoMrtMa, enltod by lre. Tuft. Mr nx to UaimffftPsBd from SeRHdlnav book. nro two Vlnda of wldaainvestigation reports. VSfcaa 'Thai "w1 U FaaSil Jam. aaa Til tell Jtm WW wa I, te lb.' e,M mild Mr Jameti, brlnfDj TMli "'"' ..,.l UJIU (r1t, 'WIWaBtaMiaB.. HI do at that extra Failure to enact tho ocean mall subhkIoii We'll Ins ht fbtt douii when he uttcrodj Smith & Amberg ronailmu known as tho comu HiVIBMftta ml tir the Kennte nlono. -IHivg fifteen tarMf 1.IIU nixl while we !hes litK We'll pass liU sniuen variety of wldow-jtarof- iw eldy71ls5aODjnSihisi. j-- , ar debnllHR th.Hte He'll Bet IlIlM- - I) un,riKin bill later along, nlrlght, ui mo uunien or a aHuH.niwrii6T;ras Falluro of the effort fo ujSfftffJtflS iwaitHatiHK mtHiHltte to work on b.i' w.ii attend to our own tariff .widow has n husband on ljTtiULjItiut Ham Forlmor navmnatorjfrpiuffiHnola all the, rJViIensI duirtmontit, on tho anJ InTHttWntirrrflrnTSlTVhy, the"o ThiKMSBlphw w cather forecaster'!? cniinot put said hands on him. on grounds of alleged bribery fn hfs SImI TrtMt and on llir jmbllf build Itrpublhana won't oen pass the l'n an awffel Iter. election. line iNH-Imrr.l That's ulmt we'll Idem h bills, so why should he loo Don't ttko our word; try us. Hick Fulluro of bill fixing canal tolls and do to us to sidetrack our own man Furniture Co. settling form of government for Panama cannl zone. Failure of congressional reapportion ment bill based on new census. yHbbbbmHbP flLH .BHIIh BBBBBBBBBBBBBBiflBBV r takes pretty closo clipping to publish u wokly country newspaper at for a year's subscription. Illank iiji. r Is twlco as high as It was :t f. ears ngo; prl liters that formerly w..rkod for 18 and J10 tho week, io'v get from 112 to 118. A short tlae aio It took two turkeys to pay n r's subscription, now one tur-- k v ill pay three years, then It took ten dozen eggs, now four dozen will do It, then wo could buy n small pig for a years subscription now wo could scii'i'ly buy the grunt. About thu only things that sell at tho old prices r Hickman Unlay is postage i'a rs and thu Cotirlor. 1 ThisB ookFree At our Store It shows you all the latest stylos for this Spring and Summer styles that all tho well dressed women In Uio Fashion Centers of tho country will wear this coming season. It gives you hints and suggestions as to what is prop-- r and dressy this year that you will be glad Indeed to know. Ami It is yours FRF.E at our store all this week. This book Illustrates only part of the 72 latest Sprlns and Summer styled of Uie American Ladles Tailoring Co., of Chicago, now on display at our store together with their entire lino of 278 newest guaranteed fabrics. 4 w?r-frM.Vr4i"r.- "" 1" Wl - pipr 3 r a' old rocker or couch ikhhIr up-'liit.e and varnishing. Take It . Ward otvr Ktiqua, Helm H Co, or i do it All uork iiuaranttM-d- . A. G. SPALDING. For Oaiiball World Boott.d Him 8tntor. California clothes for Spring are a matter YOUR given considerable attention to, without consulting you; we've gone ahead and got a lot of good things ready; and as long as we didn't know exactly what you may want, we've provided an immense variety for you to choose from. Hooker T. Washington tells thu story of tho negro who prayed for a month beroro Thanksgiving, "O Lord send n turkoy to this poor negro." Thanksgiving ovo having nrrlve.1 and ho having received no turkoy, ho changed tho form of his petition, and prayed, "O, Uird, send this poor nigger to a turkey." Hooker says ho got tho turkey. The moral is as obvious as a soro thumb. If you aro in search of merchandise of good quality and want to select It from fresh, bright now goods, our store Is tho place to buy theso goods. Do llko this negro, como where you know tho goads aro kept In stock and you will not be disappointed. Wo have thu goods ami you need thorn. Wo want your business. llradley & Parham. Tho western newspapers nro filled with accounts of tho coming, tills yiar of locusts, which aro to swarm over tho Mississippi Valley. Tho scientific ducks of tho Federal government, aro busy inventing big Iatln t names for the Insects, but differ on the points whethor they aro of tho 13 year or 17 year, variety, and what Is the best method of killing them off before they linvo eaten up thecrops. It hns been many years since the locusts have given serious troublo to tthe Fulton county farmers, nnd we shall have to see the pests boforo we get scared. Thoy nre not to bo dreaded nearly so much as a big overflow of tho river In Juno and July. Tho nishnp of Kentucky nnd Mrs. Woodcock announce tho engagement of thhlr daughter, Miss Marian Woodcock, to Mr. F.rnest Leo Hughes, of Chicago. No date hns been set for tho wedding. Wouldn't it bo homo town whose whole population consisted! only of tightwads and business leeches? Mrs. J. It. Ilnlnoy, who has been vlsltti.g relatives here, left for Illoa-soTexas, 'Monday. Horn to tho wife of W. M. Cason, A bank Is a sort of clearing house where business transactions culminate. It 13 an institution operated under strong legal restrictions nnd surrounded by every safeguard. Hero, those who have money to spare can leavo it with perfect safety, and hero in turn those who need money for legitimate business purposes can borrow It. A liberally managed bank is of tho highest value td nny community. HK h Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes are the chief feature of our business in clothes; we make them so because we believe they're the best clothes for our customers to wear; and that's what we're here for. Thoro are many who feel, possibly, that their business does not warrant keeping a bank account, who would in reality bo greatly benefited by n connection with this bank. Many reasons may bo given why a bank account Is of value to o,very person. It enables you to keep what sparo money jou have where it Is perfectly safe, and yet where you can get It all or a portion of It at any tiuio. jaVaBBBV bK 4bbbW' EMBBH aBaaH BBBBBBB bVbVbVbhbh BBBBBBH Bf !bVbVbhbm BlBBiaV We are showing other makes, too, of good material and in style, though not so exworkmanship, and up-to-no- It enables you to pay all bills by check, which Is not inly n great convenience but elves you tho very best form of a receipt for every dollar spent, as each cheek must bo endorsed by the person to whom It was given before tho bank will pay It. At tho end of tho month, or when your book Is balanced, all checks paid are returned to you. Tho fact that you have a bank account Increases your credit and gives you better misliiess standlug as this unmistakably shows that you havo something between you and debt. It will give you a fooling of Independence you havo never before Our bank stands ready to glvo every encouragement and asslstancu possible to tho small depositor. it i; w pensive. We have what you want this season at any price you wish to pay. Another girl wlio took piano I'xpuotlnK to go Into society, has 'urnwl out a stenog. ,J0 les- - One swallow does not make a sum n"T. but four h wallows will steam u wan up pretty well. Smith l Si Amberg our depositors Let us add your name to the rapidly growiug list of March 1st, a fine 11 pound girl. The Peoples Bank h ' ' fa..iaiauA. A Romance of Progress. Tho ROGER BACON A Man Who Lived 500 Years Too Soon. REVERIES crowning grace Lot method bo your .y?ne.?? .lx Interesting nrllelcs written for cheerfulness. The Hickman Courier. Don't full to rrml It) iaBiaBfaaaisiaasEiaiaSBa5Hsiaiajai2iaia A Franciscan monk, Hoger Bacon your master. by name. In the middle of the thir- of homo Is mouth and can never bo recalled when once in circulation Try speaking well of everyone and see what a change It will make In our own hapservant nnd piness ns well an in the wolfnro of others. teenth century, found himself In grave danger of being burned to death as a Look on the funny side of your APPEARANCE AT HOME. sorcerer. He had devised nnd de- - annoyances Don t say It doesn't matter how scribed many things which, according you look around the house, for it does to the orthodox theology of his time. The spirit of order must reign in matter a good deal It matters ill 11b Implied black magic and undue aca house before tho children enn no etnb'lshmeiit, of which tho feminine quaintanceship with Satan. horn! U the cikdl.jble or qiicstlunab'o For Instance, he declared that by quirt It. rrpiMcniallve: It tnattem in li ..x. grinding charcoal, saltpeter and sulample to the children and to tho phur and mixing them In equal quantiThe host way to got along in this I take this occasion to announce that on ties a force would be generated which, world Is to take things easy. If yon htilp. It matters to the husband nnd father, who usually, If lu is half a when set afire, would rival tho thun- are disappointed, laugh it off and man. feoh a ders nnd lightnings of the heavens. resolve to enjoy yoursulf In slilto of apiu'iiauco of sen&e of i.tlde In tho his family powdered mixture placed In a mi occasional streak of hard luck. This It 4 poei 3iicuiir.igiiuti.t to him to cylinder would also propel n ball of Haul luck toon tires of pursuing a iiuu iiiiuiiMHJii uuu rnu'tssuess in iron some distance and at unheard of Joilj disposition. s n.id wanio nnd u tt ruction runI will open a complete and ning riot about the dwelling it Is Telocity Followers of Ilacon called Gent's Clothing one of i hit Imi.oitnut duik-- of oery the substance gunpowder The monk Furnishing Store, and extend to all a cordial invitaand wenmn to ketp herself an J her house STREET IMPRESSION. also showed that by placing lenses In in a .nndltlon a certain position toward each other, is tion to call and attend my opening. The street Impresses us with tho sible, couMd.-rln- us iher Liable as poscircumstances. or by grinding them In peculiar ways, fac thut life Is full of pretentious they would magnify objects soen and sham. What subterfuge, My stock is absolutely new, has been selected with what through them. This, llko gunpowder, double dealing, what two fncodnessl TEACH THE BOYS. great care, and prices the lowest. g savored of magic, so the perfecting of Do all the people who wish you really hope you a happy day telescope and spectacles was, by V wvll known te monument iinn. The same courteous treatment, the same price to ehurchly decreo, forced to wait until Uo all The people wBo shako handa of w hoi (xcepl'onal nuilily as a love each other. Aro all thoso anxa later and saner century. Mit in thi gnat dry foods estab all, and the same high-grad- e merchandise that others ious about your health who Inqulro lishment of which hiThe calendar anil the modes of the head, computing time In vogue In the thir- concerning It? Do all want to seo cnnifiideJ Hint :i iliufi ik,ii of the sell, but for less money, are the methods by which I hope iu who teenth century was ludlcruously Inad- the world ask you to call? Does all subject from Ins standpoint would to merit your patronage. equate. Bacon, by his knowledge of pretends toknow half as much ns It "'" no end, since eury merchant know? astronomy, worked out a true method many n wretched stockIs there not was nn iniiuiiitiul. niwl for every of thero would have to l n illf. Hoping to have the pleasure of serving you soon, I of compiling calendars, but this, too, o brilliant show window? coods with ferwnt Passing up prescription, adapted to jmthoii. was frowned upon. His senilis wne and down theso streets to your but.1- - in temperament, am. Respectfully, mentntl capncltyt even constructing what promised to noss and your work, are you not Im- What would be good for onv might bo be a practical flying mnchlne. when pressed with the fact that much of poison for another an Italian who was laboring on a sim- socletv Is hollow and that thuro are He suggested that the way to make ilar invention was burned at the subterfuges and pretentions? Oh! good business men. wLo would know stake as a magician. This put a stop how many aro to Bacon's experiments In flying and strut, and there few who swagger an h.jw to acquire a siirnliiK to iIIkikmh how people who are of. whether rr not to Invest delayed the airship and dirigible n natural nnd walk. While fops aim-p- t now mu .li inonej ti. keep In stocks on hand for another half thousand years. m t ii i n i i r. and fools chuckle, nnd simpleton ui,d hbw to guard against stringency Roger Bacon wm born of an impov- giggle, how Tew people arw natural In tin money market, was to glvo erished nobte tmaJtr tn 1214. Uu was and laugh. The courtesan and the more to the WHERE QUALITY REIGNS HIGHER THAN PRICE graduated at Oxford and wont to libertine go down tho street in beau- foys wno wero startingmorals of tho business. tiful apparel, while within the heirt He wished It could be In shown Paris, which was then the center of to learning, where he there are volcauoes of passion con- them how they were wasting their Persecuted as opportunities, how they were stultistudied for many suming their life away. Sorcerer. fying their manly spirit, how they years longer. It P. S. As a special feature for the opening day, and wtre wrecking their chances for fu waa an age when the church was all turo prosperity when they mdulci in BEST WAY. supreme and when people who disain order to get better acquainted, 1 will allow a lOJf game of chance, pool greed with that institution's decree Thi speediest and easiest way to ling, ana other vicious plating, gambdiscount on anything in the house. It will pay you to practives that were promptly put to death In the benefit rob them on their nights mankind he raoit .horrible manner human Ingenu- person to reform would ownfor ovory fill tl.ir minds In the day rest and put off buying until you see my line and get my prices. life, retime to ity could devise. As such ehurchly gardless of what their others are doing the (xclufclon of the business, with beliefs were not founded on Bible "w. .i ,.nij houiu oring about a whkh they are intrusted Success- teachings, Dut on a creed change for tho better In both public iui uusiuebs men, ho Insisted, could which denounced as sorcery all thlnm an I'm ate affairs, and so nfi..r ih In the majority of instances. tnk It could not understand, invention and I re'allnKhlp of mankind that evory- - care of their finances fairly well one would strictly mind his own I.hkI. progress were at a standstill. The church did the thinking for the nes .Meddlesome persons who are A Smooth world. But Bacon was not content continually prying into other people's II ack ., v.-- i ;JM with this. His wonderful brain in- affairs and carrvlni? mii.a i. .,i.i,,,..... c. uaps. Pimples. Sores anu acquaintances sisted on thinking for Itself. The re-I unhealthy conditions of tho i,i n skin are unsightly and ut hi oi hi in deTTTwn suits of these thoughts he DubllshiM. detract from are best con- Buy a box of I)r Bell's winning renown and deaiton'" n they can spread scandal. the looks. fiwwuiq.y'r" LJup muc It i Antiseptic Salve, a creamy, snow jui.- stems more natural for them to white ot tiie Ignorance and superstition of speak ill of a person than to utter your ointment, apply as directed and skin will be as clear as a babes those dark ages But he ran foul of words of praise, nnd their habit of At all dealers In medicines. the church. The powerful Franciscan goss.plng becomes so fixed that they M,i .) of i.'ur f.irn ru ntw makui LIFE ON LONELY ICELAND niton to put in 1 I t . can talk scandal nlinost unconsciousorder, of which he was a member, I ai hk ( t K.i; ' bo . f.iii t. .i n staph ly It is just as easy to say good sent him to prison for ten years at Gives Prompt Relief People In Bleak Northern Country urir to ldi ul lotion i iiiM pt ng words for friends ami acquaintances, Paris, depriving him of all books or even if not wholly deserved, as it is William 11. Douglas, Jr., of Washing Know What'e Oolnfl on In Mai a ihir win fti.w from writing materials, and thereby doing to peak ill of them, and tho effect ton, D. C, says: I take great pleas the World. tu i. r nins wlitlli. r it,, n is a Kin everything In Its power to block fu- on the community Hofi Cmnb It I lleds a Is always beneflcla ure in informing you I have used Dr Hn ture civilization. an- not Wyandotte rggs for a 1:111 in a general way. Scandal gathers Bells Tine Tar Honey and It gave A traveler in Iceland says that be .i The pope at last ordered him set free. btrength as It travelti by word or me almost In re Would cause many bMr fur a itirur of 1 8 lustant relief. Journeyed mora than fifty miles from lura He hurried back to Oxford, whero, in ld.-- i ilioiM who th'm-lveIliK' llukinan. Ky tho capital, Reykjavik, and saw but lectures and books, he fiercely detwo or three farms In all that disnounced the Ignorance and monk-riddetance. stupidity of his time. He also "During all this time," he says In put forth a new philosophy which tho Youth's Companion, "I had not pointed to a higher, saner life; and seen a sapling as big as a stalk ot cat. resumed work on his inventions. ur Extinct volcanoes Foremost among these Inventions E.-M.- -F. rounded us on ovory side. Dust storms was the formula for gunpowder. swept down from their scarred sides. Combustibles of various sorts had Distant gleams ot glittering Ico from been in use from time to time, prinThirty H. P. Sliding Gear'Transmission the glaciers daxzUd us when the sun cipally in the orient, since before the shono upon them. beginning of the Christian era. Crude Four Cylinder Motor, Cone Clutch. "Dut bore. In a land where thero le explosives had even been hurled by almost no fuel, and where few crop hand or from catapults in battles and bosldos hay anil turnips can be raised, at sieges. This custom hnd been com-ao- n in tho land of the midnight sun In among the Arabs for centuries. summer and the midday moon In winLBLBsSsSnBBrfltjTT For in tho early days, all civilization kilMiM ter, I found books and cheerful con and invention came from the east. Culversation, an outlook on life, and a ture and progress wero rife In India, knowledge of current events which I China and Arabia at a time when Europe wns groping In the darkness hnvo not always found In populous of cities. But there can be little doubt as to "Thero aro no schools, to be sure, outBldo of Reykjavik and ono or two Bacon's devising real gunpowder Independent of these earlier discoveries. other small towns, for children cannot He found that equal quantities of walk ten miles each way to a school-houio- , saltpeter, charcoal and even suoh a schoolhouse His Discovery of and sulphur would accommodate but two or three formed Four Models, All Beauties Gunpowder. a high explosive. families, Dut tho itinerant pedaCome in and look them over. gogue goes about from house to house, It was not lojig before cannon of This store makes prices that are real persuaders. wood, bound with Iron hoops, or of carrying his store of learning with leather, bound with ropes, were in him, and leaving behind much You look at a beautiful piece of furniture, and -F. Standard use. These were easily sufficient to stimulus and a desire to know Touring Gar, wish you could afford to buy it. You look at resist the expansion of such powder what is going on beyond the bounds of as Bacon had Invented. Iron balls or tho Island. our red price ag, and find that you CAN afford great stones were the projectiles. The "They wero great choss playors in Seating five passengers, mohair top, wind shield, flower of chivalry found they could magneto, to buy it. Just that experience awaits you here. the lonoly farmhouse whero wo stayod live lamps, horn and generator included. Built on smart make scant headway against such misand they wero keen to play with us. We think we can show you the lines-c- an siles, which smashed the stoutest t be outdone in style nnd appearance, Although my companion considered but road armor like eggshells. Thus the perhimself a fair choss player ho was service by no means sacrificed forsake of it: on thr secuted Hoger Bacon struck a death beaten by tho angular contrary a combination of both. blow to feudalism and other outworn iaay or tno nousenoia. They bad a "chlvalrlc" customs. He also, indi Dlblo too and an Icelandic hymn book. The motor, the most powerful nnd specdy'up rectly, aided progress by docreaslng Wo wont away from our short visit to to $2000 the frequency with which wars wero Uuilt lor steady service the mnsi fWi;.. the lonely farmhouse of tho Bog with to be found in this section of the state, with va- t 1..II waged For powder, as it Improved, tho impression that tho homo Ufa in ,!- -.. climbinR. Loner, stenrlv . ;. riety to suit all tastes. It is impossible to give n.i.. called for more Intricate guns, and r " ," J tho typical farms of Iceland might .....M uuco Ul II cm It. IVIUHl powerful, moat quiet and coolest motor made- bar theso at last so increased tho cost of well bo envied by dwellers in mor you an idea of our stocks, but will say that we none. war as to render it no longer a thing farored climes." Extreme simplicity in construction and to be entered upon, as before, at any can furnish the home from basement to garret control. Dcsir- alight provocation. for cash or credit. Bacon's audacious writings and lecDr. Bell's Antl-Palthe 30. The car for every member of the famtures caused tho church onco more to We have just added to our stock the celebrated J fie car that ily. A sudden attack of Cholera Morbus is imprison him this tlmo for 14 years takes care of itself. CHARTER OAK line of stoves nnd ranges. uangerous. noon Ur Hell's Autl-1'ali- i and to burn most of his writings at baud, a done rolleves almost InCHir 191 Touring Car and (including a formula for prolonged Nothing better and reasonably priced. Let us Flanders "20" Roadster has stantly. It also cures Diarrhoea, Flux, life) and his inventions. Soon after arrived. Call us on the phone nnd arrange for nn early Crnmps and all Dowel Complaints show you our line in any department before you poor, dishis second release bo died demonstration. graced, shunned as a sorcerer at the buy. age of SO, His was tho double crime It was nnnouncod nt Ilaltlmoro of seeking to help humanity and of Hint flOO.OOO has been raised to seliving 600 7oars too soon. cure tho National Democratic Convention in 1912. This takes tho gin-go- r Buy "Fortune's Witch Hazel and HIGKMAN -F. out of our ambition to land tho AUTOMOBLE COMPANY Almond Cream" at Cowglll's Drug convontlon for Hickman, as wo don't 20 Store. boliove Us a bargain at that figure. Opening (Announcement Saturday, March i8th up-to-da- te dr.--.i- g good-mruiln- bal-loo- wj. att.-iitlo- man-mad- e -- I fr.r )' li -' - llniiir l.-i'-- s n THE "3fl" I semi-barbaris- Make Every Dollar Worth More Than a Dollar... Intel-lectu- al E.-M.- "30" $1130 Largest Stock of Furniture rM, t.... '.,!- - U-M.-- F. 1 ST. LOUIS FURNISHING CO. WILL SELL ON TIME E.-M.- . n- ,i Letter from Syria DY A S . I Ball Tossers Here. DARKETT C Judledlt, Margeon, Syria, Turkey. Feb. 4th, 1111 8i)t'cr &. Sexton, r Hickman, Ky., U. 8. A. r hricmlH: i written you any I have not uf my trnvellng lit the Holy lUtlo so you mil write jou rendern will not forset A. ir on we bis face ngaln, whlah nbout tlie first of this u miner with a law omil of Syrian rjing to mnku their homo In i! or good old Undo Sam. the , iry on the face of the earth Thoaa trlbas of Arabs don t do any j'tMi Rtnto of Syria In a thine but rnlhu entile and moKtiy Hie to stay in and trnvol a- - eflnifl, iHot of the people In Hit; on in l.ut not to live In always. IU milk, which the) mi) l erj nth - Tit oonatltnUonal oeriinn nt is be are many old struct a then KtpnJng tu tnka hold uf ili lit and Ik t n io tit cities, Holy plaeas, old At pn h much u It an ., non or eight thousand tar thi l rivers, ancient ous- - atil Samy Hatha, wlih Co OuO w)ldn r acrd la n Hid in? thwti adoptini; lawn ) , .1 and natural seennrliw ihul srhiNila ami all other iua unary ud In any othur country hw fun wnuu for the UoU.rni.nl of th ir , ud more especially the laud born, rulsed, work- - flliMii am) the rulthailrm of lh u' hi unit wlntVa so an in make li. n.r iihii i vi.ht llio Word of dod, and (minified, and rtaau nM of tli. in Tbtiy are tttronp mmd , wm h! iniiI.' and nil the) nc d Is a dead, the tniOM of which 111.flrat Mep Sumy Ila-li- .i as rtianrr found d alwnys will, b timk wim timUlllnc. liii-to si rv. in mi.. world litntn. Thafafnr lb army. ti xl iltNldul up tin oun . wll iuitnl for all Uhm Uy Into small stales wild counius l.i !. rIIU than any othar and hikMdiiiI iMtleerK kii.Ii an w , the world. Hut I enn't jHdHes. elerks, tdirr-Irts- . bate Ui Alxvut It piiIh in Rnrnl. DolU.-- , ete. Nxt h a(iturfl iMimowhal hahlitd lha elvall the bend ni a nm their follow, rs . i.i d of aH thy Head a Flrt inaklag tnMtiM.- - rub r who .riwutnl more wrtioola hmh In ranti MTtbMi of the ruuntr) The ..ml tnthiitlaaiH. Morw tn wet-rn- . iMMih ami orthwenerii o people In order lo Improv In kihhI comll-- I ihms uf the rtmntry Syria am miMtly 't nalUioa of I on In sit elMunmuiMXt. 'iidaim. and Drouw. and but tun Tho Arabs wMah Ih-- The fit) of IXrHl Is the quetin dt)' Miuth and ffoiilhanetam rt of Hyrla It doubled In population In r wild people without aduwi the last flftim i and advanead iioiun Miuart and fhri, with -- urifix I) t H In niumthin, fliiano i. iniMtonnry work Mill nUs rltiMutlon and orstlty. aa well aa .1 uiu-f- l IHtllOlt 'Hit of all the lilies !.!TS the Medlterrtn rnHrtiada, ttn and Jwm wMrk aro mm s . but IU. of tha IniMfeiUnt of imi .liit rand. !!. pb.n.es anil th iKirtuin bi h I bopi they will gat tluonlml alHl wtme- iu w.-UniiK-d- , viHaTftAlte ami kNsfl In I he near fu'ure r- .f (i,.- working hn)1p, Ow The staaniiK at this country nr. are me iii.- - ns In Amt-rkthe landlords ami a Mi.kor. ' nra far more whHi) than Inn mighty ukI) weather stiKw flrat ' nammednns, who relation f the vear iimre . specially Uta teat ii trying to bo rtefc. watt lbre Wffkn NolblHK but anow awl 1 or civlllxad. Tim Ktmn la slet mbxisl with rain, wbleh Is kwp- - their lllble mid law book, thtlr sob' ' adviser In their different sorts of life and teache tin-ihow lo do. how . to Ilvu mid how to treat tin- people of thlr belief and othrs HUH thiro nre some good people (o he found nillOlli: tlltllll Kunh trU,. Inn ,. I. ,l ! ir who I moru like n governor o. r tliani. The) do tH h- - says and pay him no much audi year which is suf flolent to support him and all hi gueats and It lakes a whole lot for that au they never fall to have company wvary nljjlit. someiimeB aa hlRh h fifty horsemen. - NOW READY ' - . . ,,.- - A Firstclass Plumber and u , u-- Tinner is NOW READY to take care of your wants. When you need anything give us a chance Joe Cantlllon's ball players arrived first ot tho week and are getting a workout under the eagle eyo of Mr. Cantlllon. The following are here and more are expected: Archambault, Clymer, Williams, Shears, Sage, Altrock, Patterson, Dawson, Bteraloffer, Ophlum, Dawson Flene, Lynch and Chase. Mr, nitchle, of Uio . Minneapolis Journal, Is with the team to deal out the dope on tho players for readers of his paper. In Hickman J Mi 1 1' t -- ' - - i W. A.andDODDS Tinning Co. Plumbing Phone orders to Lumber Office. Both Phones No. The transfer boat, Charles Mer-rlapassed down Monday and was here a few hours, en route to Tills boat was chartered by thf Mengel Box Co. to move their logging railroad and equipment from Ashport to Hickman, and will be shipped from here over the C, M. & O. to a tract of timber the company has purchased In Lake county. This shipment consists of 24 log cars, two locomotives, one loader and one skld-de- r and 8 miles of logging railroad. Capt. Ryan Is in charge of the transfer and Gus Moore, construction man for tho company, with a number of workmen, went down on the boat to ad the equipment. m Ash-port. 1 Helm & Ellison sells Ferry's seeds. gar-de- u John Carl has returned from a visit Aini-rW-- a 34 to Parma, D. C. Mo. Sullivan, of Mayfleld, one of the firm of Sullivan Ilros., was bore Saturday on business. Even 1 Imc I'vorybody at home m.'. been anywhere except In ac'wol w.-r- e hno the uwlKhuorhood. Wife nnd children are pnjoylng good health, Mnbel goes to 8h Is iMiriilng the Amble lungunb fimt. banta lot of the Syrian RlrU of No Excuse Sheep Killing Dogs, Everything In lumber and builders' & Co. hardware at Reynolds-Moss M iry day tho weather She hardly ever permits. tho t.-a- For It ! Commercial printing of all kinds. Foreign and Domestic Calendars. Advertising fans and novelties. Engraved cards and wedding Invitations. Lithographed school diplomas. Lithographed stock certificates, etc. I'arty Invitations. Lltho. bank supplies. Customers cheeks with detachable cloth covers. Catalogues. Cotton and grain tickets. Ulank book work. Hat, Shirt and Millinery Uaga. Sale and Stock Dills. Marriage Certificates. Whoever keeps company with . he' tM ml m.-grap- Dou't send your Job printing out of There Is talk of a petition being RHfclhh language, but ahe stll knov.8 This Is the time for spring fencing. It well. Clyde Is getting to lie, all town at least give your home Insti- circulated asking tho county officials New carload Pittsburgh Perfect fence Amnion boy, all tho boya In the iielgh tution a chance to figure ou It. We to enforce the law nnd kill all dogs received. Absolutely guaranteed. Let that are not taxed. horhood fear him. Every time 1 start can furnish ou abort notice j iiiow you. W. A. Dodds. a$. lint Elvis Hail, of Pembroke, Is here the guest of C. T. Rondurant and fam Several farmers around Hickman iiy. lost sheep last week by being killed C. S. Hlnton, government engineer, by dogs. S. L. Dodds lost 2021 In of Crosno, Mo., was here Monday. one night. tt town he want me to bring him a hi-ii- THIS STORE Saves YOU Money ALL THE TIME HOW? We buy for ensh, Retting the lowest cash prices. Wp sell for ensh to everyone, saving the enormous waste incidental to the credit business. For these reasons we can afford to, and really do make lower prices on practically all otir merchandise, giving better values. BETTER GOODS TOR THE SAME MONEY MORE GOODS FOR THE SAME MONEY THE SAME GOODS FOR LESS MONEY tome candy. Allx-r- t Edward la alto learning the language fast. It would tlcklt, Mofie tho Jew to death to hear My new Syrian him talk Arabic. born boy looks flue and better look Ing than bin brothers. They all are counting tho time of our return America on their Nugent about fifty tunes a day. We are longing (W agerly for tho hour when we will meet , our friends nnd patrons whom w love dearly. 1 wlnh Chas. Drown or Coop ltrad-shawould semi us a nice ham as we haven't seen any since wo t home, but we hnd several III re piece of fresh hog lnent. NVxt week I am golivTto got a ho? and out It up heforo wo start out on our Journey to Jerusalem and surrounding country.. Tho most thins I wish for when wo start out Is to have about 25 men, tho closest friend I have, ami If we don't have a good time It will be our fault. 1 know Nnlfeh would give bin head to be with us, also about two hundred of your renders. I trust you nnd your readers are enjoying good health. I wish you nil great success and hope to see you naaln In the near future. Your friend, A. 8. HAHKETT For hoarseness, Inflamed lungs or Irritating coughs MAJ.LAKD'S HYIU11' Is n healing balm. It does Its work quickly and thoroughly. I'rlce Wc, DOc and $1 per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. There Is only One Pine Tar Honey Thnt is Dr. Uoll's. It la Uio original mid can bo relied ou In croup, colds, coughs and all lung and bronchial troubles. Look for Uio bell on tho HOKE-HOUN- One man is reported as saying that that not more than two dozen dogs In Hickman alone were not taxed out of a possible five hundred, mid that the same ratio would hold good In the county, A sheep killing dog Is the worst kind of an animal and something should be done about the matter. Of course the. atate paa so much for every sheep killed by dogs, but suppose a liian has some fine sheep that he don't want killed. The State pays as much for a scrub sheep ns for a thoroughbred. Miss Virginia Prather returned Monday from a visit to the MIs3es. Shumate at Nowbern. Do your spring painting P. S. Helm & Ellison. .! y 4.1 with D. Orvis Sullivan spent a few days In Mayiti-l- i "''' week. It strikes the Courier that the Cist Congress was an absolute fizzle Nothing was done to help the masses that amounted to a row of pins. Elsewhere In tills Issue will be found a digest of the proceedings. Standard garden seed of every de- : wolf will soon learn lo howl. Make them think you have a bran scription at Dettersworth Prather'a. new house. Paint It this spring and Jim Swlmm, lumber inspector of a make It look like new. W. A. Dodds Louisville, Is here on business a few handles the best paint In town. weeks for tho Mengel Hox Co. Prof. Witmnn, formerly Professor music here, and resident of Hickman a few mouths, Is hero this week. In If you want to purchase real tate see M. II. Shaw. ror caryrlng concealed weapons. REAL ESTATE for sale. U. Shaw. es- Miss Mabel Wilson hns been visiting relatives at Mnyfleld for several days. It pays to pay cash for your coal. A. A. ed ?( .John Marshall was arrested Friday See M. Faris. Capt, F. M. Ryan was In St. Louis a few days last week on business. Mrs. II. F. Remloy and baby return- Fulton with relatives. Thursdny from South Carolina, whore they spent tho winter with J. A. Carter and wifo visited In Union City last week. spent the latter part of the week at Misses Adnlalde and Ml rind a Wllsoi Our store is now overflowing with NEW SPRING GOODS, just arrived and coming in every day. New Dry Goods, New Millinery New Laces and Embroideries New Hosiery and Underwear New Garments Ready-to-Wea- r For Ladies and Children New Men's Wear Goods New Notions, New Novelties New House Furnishings New Chinaware, New Kitchenware New 5c nnd 10c Bargains in Immense Variety Come in nnd sec us. We never urge you to buy but we do ask you to look at our goods. u 4) r . SLIPPERS THE ION- - y rFzrvzs i - K Latest Creations I Uottle. 8 O r & E. R. Ellison's "yip j Somobody Btolo $130,000 worth of diamonds from Mrs. Matdwln Drum-moiion tho ocean liner Anierlka This is pretty tough, but thon .Mrs Driimniond was formerly Mrs. Mar Hhal Held, nnd her first husband a massed such an ImmoiiMi fortune by Working 3i.weok shop girls, who, as a result of these starvation wages, many of them, wore driven lo a life of shame In order to support themselves, a widowed mother, Invalid brother or sister, that she won't have any trouble replenishing her stock of Jewelry; nnd, by the way, wonder how many of these diamonds, the lady hnd listed wlUi tho assessor? d Our styles of Ladies Spring Footwear is undoubtedly the prettiest ever shown in the city. IN DULL LEATHERS PATENT KID, SUEDE VELVET AND SATIN 1 W y TtttTVV Dry Ooods Variety CASH STORE the place to get building material, paints, oil, and all necessaries In build-Inand finishing a house, even to guttering, Is at W. A. Dodds. the LEST YOU FORGET The stork visited Shepiurd and wife a boy and a girl. pair of twin born this year. $2.30 to $4.00 BALTZER & DODDS D. G. COMPANY INCORPORATED g the homo of Chas. last week nnd left This Is Uio first In Fulton county ks-ess- yJ WaU tov" jAJ 0M 'i J l i, J H J . 4 Ji 1 r n ;' :. VI-J.- jA&rU faJiU-"lt"'',:"''- trmc. ift ANNOUNCEMENTS. THAT AWFUL BACKACHE Cured suf-fer- ed 1 GNET IS 01 CAP- Good FATAL FIRE lH CLDIEltilB SMUGGLERS EFFORT BEINO MADE TO TURE MEN WHO IMPORT COOLIES. Drugs ing any prescription or medicinal recipe filled. All the prescribing and dispensing of your prescription is wasted unless the ingredients used in it are of the best. You will find them so at II by Lydia E. Pinknam's Good drugs mean everything AMERICANS ARE INVOLVED Vegetable Compound because they include high grade Morton's (lap, Kentucky. "I two years with female disorders, as well as freshness. my neaitn was very Ooean Chases and Small Battles bad and I had a Remember that fact in havSchooners, Hard Pressed, Are continual backacho MW With a J and I would havo dragnet thrown out over land and sea. such dragging sen. the United States Immigration service a concentrated effort to sations I could Is making capture or destruction efT linnllv Itufir If of fect tho bad soreness in each side, could not three or more high power gasoline stand tight clothing, and was irregular. schooners operated by the widely exI was completely run down. On ad- tended smuggling organization with vice I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills and headquarters in Ensenada, Mex., in am enjoying good health. It is now smuggling contraband coolies Into the more than two years and I have not United States. bad an ache or pain Bince I do all my The Mstory of the smuggling organ-lratloown work, washing and everything, headed by an American, acand never havo tho backache any more. cording to tho Immigration officials, I think your medicine is grand and 1 bucked by hundreds of thousands of Gov. Wlllson Has Grip. raise it all my neighbors. fLink mytotestimony will help If you American capital, teems with exciting Gov. Wlllson is confined to his room others you may publish it." Mrs. Ollib events, In which ocean chasos through st the mansion with a sovcro attack Woodai.l, Morton's Gap, Kentucky. the night, and miniature battle form of grip following a lslt he made to l.oulsvllIe. Tho governor has not been Backache is a symptom of organic a part The Immigration officials working well for somo weeks nnd has been folweakness or derangement. If you have backache don't neglect it To under the direction of Inspector Con-ne- lowing n course outlined by his phyget permanent rellelf you must reach are ougagud In determining the being barred from smoking or the root of the trouble. Nothing wo fate of the contraband cargo of the sician, drinking cofTeo. The trip to lloston know of will do this so surely as Lydia torpedo Bbapod smuggling craft, which recently did not do him any good and E. Pinkham's Compound. crept out or the nlrht into tho Long feeling rather run down. "Write to Mrs. IMiikhnm, at Bench harbor shortly after midnight ho returned I.ynn, Mass., for spccinl nrtrlce. Thursday. Two appointments havo been mado Your letter Mill be absolutely In the medical corps of tho Kentucky Schooner Tries to Land. and tho advice free. The schooner, without lights and National Guard, but havo not been with its high power engines muffled, approved by the governor: Cnpt. John crept under the bridge of the Salt Piper Russell, to be major; CapL. Firm Incorporated.. Lake Railroad company, shortly after Early Llndenberger, to be major. midnight Thursday In a desperato efArguments in tho case Involving tho fort to land its contraband cargo on Tho St. Louis Furnishing Co., of American soil. Tho boat was mot by power of tho state to tax storage actills city, has filed articles of incor- a rain of bullets from long range Wincounts on whisky were heard by tho poration with tho Secretary of State, chesters fired by federal o ft leers suc- court of appeals. Judgo John Lockett, and tho flrut of April will begin do- tioned on the bridge. assistant attorney general, argued for Falling to stop the alleot smuggling the state and Keith llullltt, or Ixmls-vllling business as an Incorporation. spoke for the Kentucky DistillerTho incorporators of tho concern craft which disappeared Into the night aro T. A. Stark. Buck Italney aud 11. via the Cerrltos slough, the officers ies & Warehouse Co , of Ixiulsvlllc, the spread the alarm. defendants In tho court below. Tho c Uurrott. Friday morning the immigration of Members of tho old firm at Now-ber- fleers discovered that the mysterious case wns submitted on briefs and an early decision Is expected. The cases Teiiu., will take stock and aro craft of the smugglers was In the Los Involves many thousands of dollars as follows: ii. C. Hamilton. .Mrs. Angeles harbor. Immediately officers which the state will receive in tixes John Hamilton and Mrs. Emerson searched the craft, but no trace of evi- of tho courts decide that tno storage Hamilton. T. A. Stark, H. C. llar-re- dence sufficient to warrant tho arrest accounts can be taxed. and M. C. Hamilton havo been of two brothers, known to he agents named as directors, but ether offlcera of the ring of smugglers, who answered tho questions of the immigraMarch the month to build. Get have not yet been elected. tion officers readily, could be found. your plans ready and let us deliver Tho business will bo conducted as Despite the fact that since early before, with tho exception a lino of uu Friday morning government officers the lumber to your lot. Everything dertakers goods has been added. have patrolled the coast, no trace ef needed In a building from the brick the Orientals carried by the smuggling In the foundation to the nail that raft could be discovered. Thus again holds the shingles on. New plu.nb-Inand tinning shop added to the circumstantial evidence added further Fair Dates, to the horrible theory of the Iramlgra-- . business. W. A. Dodds. tlon officers that the smugglers are throwing the Orientals overboard Sheriff Johnson nsks us to anFollowing are the dates set for when hard pressed by the government nounce tlial he gives fair warning lu tho West Tennessee circuit: revenue cutters. A ohaln of circumfairs stantial evidence backs up to a cerMurray, Ky Aug. 30, 31, Sep. 1, --'. tainty that tie smugglers cast the that all owners of dogs must come up wiUi taxes on each one of thobo aniUuion City, Sept. C, 7. 8, a. frightened Orientals to death In tie mals before the first day of April. If Dresden, Sept. 13, 14, 10. 1U. tea or set them adrlf la a small boat you have given the dogs to the as without oars to die when the boat la Paris Sept. 0. 21, 22, 23. sensor and failed to pay tho tax you swamped by the heavy seas. Humboldt, Sept. 27, 28, 2U, 30. will bo fined not less than $10 nor Better Equipped Than Government. Jackson, Oct. 3, 4, C, C, 7. As tho smugglers are much better more than $25. If you hac dogs and Corinth, Miss., Oct. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 quipped than the government. It is given them in for taxation Meridian, Miss., Oct. 10, 11, 12, 13. believed that the smuggling of Chinese have not you will bo fined likewise. Mr. JohnInto this country will continue until son has been pressed by bIipcp oa . swifter revenue cutters are put into proto aervloo hero. Tho smugglers, it is poses enforce this law, and ho Tuesday afternoon of last week, said, receive $300 to 1500 a to do so, rogardless of who It head for from three to five, the. ladles of tho landing the Chinese on American soil. helps or hurts. It doesn't matter Embroidery Club were entertained at how small and harmless tho canine Stabbed to Death In a Crowd. may be, or if ho never leaves the the homo of Mrs. T. T. Svsnyne. Tho Rich Hill, Mo., Mar. 7. A myste- house, you must pay the tax on It If weather was disagreeable, but a largo rious murder occurred here whon John you keep pleas- Meek, a number atteuded and tho tluio him In this county. Dogs member of the Missouri Paantly spent. A salad course was cific extra gang was stabbed to death. killed alx)ut $300 worth of sheep Satserved. The affray occurred In a mixed crowd urday night, and those who own dogs and a dozen suspects have been ar- must pay these bills. rested. A pain in the sldo or back that For Croup catches you when you straighten up Deadly Duel a Mystery, Dr. Roll's Pino Tar Honey Is tho best calls for a rubbing application of nirralngham, Ala., Mar. 7. L. 23. known remedy. Do not experiment, BALLAHD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It Marbut shot J. C. Strong and was him got the genulno Dr. Hell's relaxes the contracted muscles and 8 lf shot by Strong in tho presence permits ordinary bodily motion with- ,'Iarbut's wife, at tho Marbut home, of at out suffering or inconvenience. Price Rising. Tho cause of the trouble Is a 2Gc. GOc and $1 per bottle. Sold by W. H. Daltzcr spent several days sayrtary. C Hickman Drug Co. in St, Louis last week buying goods. 141.11 1 s!?v fl&NstfJr Her which was simply awful. I could not stand on my feet long enough to cook a meara victuals 'W without my back lYllllllg UiV, Believed to Throw Cargoes Overboard. Los Angeles. Cal.. Mar. 7. n, COWOILL'S If its anything In tho luu.btr Qr for State building line, go to Reynolds Moet 1 SIX FOREIGNERS ARE KILLED IN of Senate from tho district composed of Co., Incorporated. JUMPING FROM WINDOWS. tho counties of Oraves, Fulton and Dr. Dave Prattler and W. I Tit Are Injured by Missing lllckmau, subject to tho action of ho woro hero from Union City Twenty Others ge a,J Election, on May Democratic Primary Life Blanket Stretehtd last week. to Catch Them. 27. 1911. Whlto PlymoaUt Rock Chickens for Wo aro authorlxen to announco Cloveland, O.. Mar. 7. Six rersons ba!o now, and egg through the twenty others wore fatally hurt and W. A. FROST, Mrs. A. 1C McConneh, uie. badly Injured In a fire that destroyed of Wlngo, a candldato for Uie Stato -man, Ky. , tenement house. One man Is mina tho district composed Is believed he lost his life. Senate from ing and it Don't forget to renew your itt, Fulton, Hickman Tho flames spread so rapidly through of tho counties of scrlplloa to the Courier. The pa, the building, which was occupied by and araes. subject to tho action of foreigners, that ststy leaped from the tho Democratic Primary Elecllou on stops when 'the time Is out uo oeptloua. windows to escape death In tho rlr. May 27, 11)11. The sht who wero fatally Injured missed the life blanket which the fireThe struggling men were holding. mass of humanity fighting up on tho third floor to gt to windows, pushed 111. L'U those clinging to the sills from their perilous positions. 1 Men, women and children fought to by the get to tho windows as exit stairway was cut off by the flames. Despite the shouted warnings ofMhe pollco and firemen, the frenzied forX eigners, many of whom did not understand what was being said to ta.re, continued to fight and struggle The firemen placed ladders against the walls and carried down some of tho -women and children, but despite this of rescue panic still raged. work tu-so-. Wo aro authorized ' 8. A. NORMAN, Mnyflcld, as a candldato to announco Harry Downing was hero famT tonvlllo on business first of the ? V0m Dv Cleanliness Is Next to 7 Lrodlmess Uk. MSETTT- THEATER FIRE KILLS 90 Forty Others Injured In Burning of Picture Show, From Which Scores Could Not Escape. St. Petersburg, Mar. 7. Ninety persona. Including many children, wore ll . 4 burned to death and 40 olhirs were Injured In a flro that destroyed a small moving picture theater at Uologoe, province of Novgorod. The flames broko out walle the exhibition was la progress ana quickly enveloped the budding. cutUng off every possibility of escape. Futile attempts at rescue wero made by those who happened to be clo-- e to the exits, but the fury of the flames drove then out and wc can fit you up a bath room that will make you think you ore verging on the luxury of heathen Rome, to be able to possess porcelain lined bath tubs, ornamental wash bowls, water closets and kitchen sink fitted with fine, sanitary open plumbing, laundry tub and wash tray, and we will do it at a cost that will enable you to enjoy this luxury of a handsome bath room. Let us give you our estimate. Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co BIG FIRE IN MINNEAPOLIS Property Lose Is $1,000,000 and Several Persons Are Hurt Twe Persons Missing. Minneapolis, Mar. 7. One of the most disastrous ares Mtnnoaiolla haa ever known destroyed the Syndicate avenue, between Mock on Nicole Fifth aad Sixth streeta. The loss Is MtlmiUd at $1,000,000, aad It Is possible two Uvea were toet. Twelve persons were rcscu-- 4 from die upper stories of tho bulktaag. 80-a- e of these sastalned slight Injuries. c, iWWuWW$WMW k ttikAMfiikAAAtlflf a TAKE NOTICE... USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS :. : Both Phonos Mo. 7S : : u, : : : : tt ; : . ; WAR DEPOT FOR ST. LOWS rise of Svpply Ststlene Will be Be tahllshed to Reaoh Frm Coeat to CaaeC Washington, Mar. 7. A decision has been reached by officials of the war department to establish a war supply depot at St. Louis, to be one of a se: : ; ; - g : ' ; ; ; ; ; : ; : : ries. Owing to the fact that tome of our customers are this Accounts, which are lory in paying their Water and Llt-ht- i due and payable at our office ON OR BEFORE THE 101b of etch month, e lsh to announce that in (he future tbe rule governing this branch of our business will be enforced to the letter. Our Collector will make collections on Main street only, between the 1st and 10th of each month, and will call but one time for this account. Failure to see you does not ex empt you from the penalty of being cut off. Patties living in the outskirts of the city will please arrange to either send check or imney, or make arrangements with one of the banks to pay their accounts. : : : : : : : Tho first depot of the series to reach from the A tin tic to the Pacific will be established at rtlladetphla. The St Louis depot will, in the event of war, supply the regular and volunteer troois in several of the Southweatera Don't think that you will be the favored one as we will enforce tho rule regardless of excep' lions. : : ' : : ; " states. L,!.' Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Incorporated : : : Dlngfaamton, N. Y, Mar. 7. The churches of this olty have Just made an unusual demonstration of the value of newspaper adverUslng. As the result of an advertising campaign of Just one day, an average lnoreaae in the attendance In the churches of about II per oent was brought about. Advertise and Fill Churches. : ; J. T. DILLON, Manager iVHttWWi4i4WJiu An Northwestern States to Unite. Helena, Mont, Mar. 7. Seven governors will be asked to meet In Helena, May 3 and i, to form the Northwestern Development League, of Montana, Ziahe, Washington, Oregon, North Dakota, South Dakota aud II to bring desirable Immigrants to this section of the countr and stoji the food of immlgruUtu to Canada. JUDGE WISE Business Philosopher Electric Lamp With a Long Coid I. II. Read and C. E. Webb, of Fulton, received a car load of Overland cars here last week aud drove them to Fulton Sunday. Nearly every car that has been received at Fulton has been shipped to this city and driven overland. There's a reason. to-se- We aro getting ready for tho big building boom that is going to tako placo In Hickman this spring by in creasing our stock of lumber and building material. Let us flguro with you. Reynolds-Mos- s & Co. Dont tfail to read our special offer elsewhere In this issue. Six rose bushes, all a year old and flue varieties, given free. Now is the time to got and set out tho flowers you havo been wanting. L. W. Elliott was n visitor In man Saturday. Hick- is n good thing in the house at night. By-it- s Mrs. Robblns and daughter, Luclle, left Sunday for tholr homo In New If prices and quality will get your Madrid, Mo., after n visit with Mrs. trade, wo are It. Hickman Furniture ll forget that wo havo Dont A. A. Farls. Mr, and Mrs. Furls nc Company. goods and to sell goods we have to couipanled them as far as Cairo. make prices to suit you. Hickman A mooting of the First Senatorial Fortune's Witch Hazel and Almond District Democratic Committee has Furniture Co. Cream for sale at Cowglll's Drug been called to meet In Fiillou Friday, F. B. Caso & Son installed a large Store. 30 March 17. refrigerator In their store this week. MEN and WOMEN, sell guaranteed If you want carpenter work done, Let us flguro on that bill of lum- hose, 70 per cent profit. Make $10 a call on or phono a. L. Collins, Homo ber. Reynolds Moss & Co., In day. Full or part time. Deglnners ITiono, 32-Investigate. Wear Proof, 3038 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. lApr W. L. Creed returned to his homo In Clinton, Monday, after a visit to 20,000 Tubes John Sracltzcr was nrrested Friday his sister, Mrs. M. E. McNeil, and Of Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salvo sold by Sheriff Johnson on chargo of bootcomplain legging. Ho was fined $C0, and will brother, J. 8. Creed. in 1908 and not one word of though every tube was sold under a faco other charges as soon as ho Re careful about your clothes. Let positive guarantee. It is good for nothing but tho eyes. Ask your drug- serves out tho time of this sentence. Schmidt, the Tailor, clean nnd press Ho lives In West Hickman. them and bo on tho safe sldo. gist. I aid closets can be searched for the suddenly needed medicine, burglars can be easily detected. If you haven't the electric light in your house of course you cannot have this convenient use of it. But you should have it. Suppose we talk cost. "Tho Hickman worklngman's wage target of twery mer chant," says the Judge, but soma of the guns used ought to be spiked In our PRESCRIPTION DEPT. A flno line of Drugs and 8undrles reasonably priced. Hickman Drug Co. Is the legitimate Hickman Ice (Incorporated) Coal Co. SCHMIDT tho TAILOIl. ured plinL I o have used I niment on aiefjr splint I her, Thl i r I've cuieu. r . tlio third I wimcnded It to my nHgh- ihtuili and llier say it U tine. it the best iJnlintnt I cur I kern on hand vuui Sure i ure lor myielf and neigh. I can cciulnly irconi- ii Im Colic " S. K. Sunn, .I -- jjgh, Mo 1 K. KN W, 1'akisii, of Ililttol, write vut Unlmrnt (or hoiu- - and Unlmrnt In I Ii it the 1 1 ured one of my hone t Her (ret nrie rotten j i i am out i she laid down thought ilia 'c tune I the liniment Lut I uied I an J the never lies down Cured Thruih. G. "Ihveui lct i n now" SiOANS JNIMENT 1 1. i every stable and ap--I fit sign of lameness, rd to rub, it penetrates. Will kill a spavin, curb or splint, reduce wind puffs and swollen joint, and Is a uic ami speedy icincdy for fistula, sweency, founder and thiuiii. Price, COc.and $1.00 MtMtii'a IhmiV tin mill, lirr !! Mil iii u II rr liar., itm ,,tttrDr Earl 8. Sloan, Bostoa, KM., V. B, A. OPEN lickman Electric Studio II Ugrnphs in every style. IV tnpt Service. Ml VI orlc Guaranteed. Iv nT liiwi nun nicin mix urtur nur uui nun -- GOOD r ,lo C opyinir nnd Enlarging, iii.,Lp Medallions nnd Crayons. iew nnd Flash Light Pictures i imp or plncc. r( Opfn Lvcnint$. Come and Sec. Next to Price Motel. J. Madison Pcillen Choosing Silvei m fituJi. comLuml viidi boorit W, mile Allude linen i. toctftl iltlr. UJUct m ROGERS hfl BROS.,?A the choice of diKnmuutingrHiichtwrt. Thii ruine loAlijr lUndt for the hr (Twit gride of i3mwre iJiteinJciquuilebrsuty of ptttrrni, utunng long )rii of tVKe ind hIkIioij. lutrmtikible durtiniry h won it il i. the puUt tulo d.tUti ftif "tl.-.ko.l- s.JJlrln4lf kvif, in4 cattkl(U cn SJrtr Hilt ij Wtjit." tttir til ptiuiai. tctanM C. WMtMlMalWlHU,, si,Ci. VEGETABLES Phono ! PRODUCE c ii. Moonr. FRUITS 1 k ' r, V IIU.lii' Coldt That Hang. On cured by Dr. Uoll'H Plno-'- " Homy u rolluvcH tho cold nnd the cough. Thoro In only onu r Mily g The n"VV!INl'3 c,lrea constipation uud ''""lislieM regulur bowol move- COc Bo,d by I,lckmuu kri' fjo Every reador of tho Courier can secure all of the six boautlful dlscu, roso bushes described '8 altuntlon. How Is tho campaign coming without charge. They nro all along well rooted ono year old plants, guardown In your ward!" asked the mo anteed to reach you In good condic limit tion, MANAGEMENT "Very exciting" said the politician. panied fcoch collection will bo accom- GOOD HOT-BEwith full Instructions on plant-In- g Next wook wo aro goto to havo a and euro. .Valuable Assistant to Gardener and Joint dobato In tho town hall botwoen Thorough Knowledge of Same KOSE-T- ho Phonograph and a graphophono." Dlack Itoao Leada to Sucoeaa. marks ; tho highest nttalnment of tha Llpplncotfa. hybridizers skill. For graco. form Tha Is a valuable" assistant and color tho largo beautiful flowers to the gardonor and a thorough know I. look as If they were cut from tho edgo of tho same loads to suocosa. Newt to Him. My method oftor tho first year Is to "Whim I waa In Kuropo u,, ,m. heaviest dark rich velvet. WHITE KII.IiAUNEY Tho wonder-ru- l clean out each spring and mix thor mer, aald Oayman, trying to outer-tainow "Irish Ileauty" unfolding oughly tho soil and old manure from tho mlnlator, "I got qultu Intor-eatt- broad wax llko potato Into enormous In roiiio of thi'm old churcluw." soml-ful- l flowers of pure snow whllo. the beds and return It upon new, fresh "Indoodr replied Hov. Mr. Oaiiaa. l'KBSIDKNT TAIT- -It Is a strong, manure, adding now soil as needed. way. Aftor tho beda becomo heatod up "I auppono you know of 8U rouust, vigorous grower. The flowers aro faultlessly rornied, extra and tho temperature drops to 90 dePaul'a In ImdotiT" largo nnd double, tho color an cxquls- - grees tho seod Is sown In drills four "No. You don't toll tnoT What inches apart and coverod according to hotol'a ho atopplng atr Cathollo no Binuie m nrignt sparkling pink. YEM.OW laiSKItIN It Is a ,the kind of sood used. Water liberally Htiuidard and Tlmoa. healthy growor, very hardy and novor let tho soil got real dry. bush on which great masses of ex- - I InBurt a thormomotor Into the sol UUlsltO enldltll VAltnuf muid n. 1.nnn Put Out. HHEA HKID Qrrat masses of largo .at the beginning and hold tho heat Seymour Aren't you living In tho uihiuiu uunrs or mo richest velvety (around 60 to 70 degrees by opening flat any rnoroT red nro produced on tho whole bloom- - ;or closing tho sash as nocossary. Aahloy- - No; tho landlord ovlctod I In early spring old strips of car atninuu. ruo boonuao I waa praotlalng duup iii DOROTHY PEHKINS-- In habit of jpotlng lnld over tho sash at night broathlng. extN-molbloom. It Is free, produc- Ikeop tho frost awny and help to hold ing flowers In ImumiiSH elusters. Tho Hoymtmr That aooma llk.t an tho tomporaturo even. Whon tho Ih an exquisite shade of clear color nwuion. plants begin to show the third leaf, Aahloy It wasn't abnurd. howovfr; shell pink. removo to boxes throo Inches doeo Mpandlng my cheat puahd out two or Send us only $1.25 to pay for tho 'holding tho samo kind of soil as that throo nt hla partltlona. Courier ono year and Tho Farmer & (In tho bod. Stockman ono year and we will send , This soil Is tamped down smooth you those six boautlful ovcrbloomlng and solid. Then use a small stick llko Their Ue. roMis postjiakl and absolutely freo of 'a -to mako tho holos for When do thoy uirn lilttn on a eharco. This hi tho grentest offer ever made the plants, making them at loaat two Mln Uio tootli of a driving galo, I ami it may ho April first. ilnches apart. Drop the plants In, firm the soli and Ordor now boforo tho supply la exIthen water woll nnd return to hot-bohausted. Address all orders to tho Hickman box and all and proceed in the cara of them as though you had not disTHE DIBAQREEADLE MAN. Courier, Hickman, Ky. turbed thorn at aU. When they got to bo four inches ,hlgh procood to harden them off by Sasafras Ridge. romorlng the sash during the day, but (return it at night until tho nights be-(come warm. This hardening process Is very esIlrent Vaughn and bride visited relsential before setting Into open atives at Ttoy a few days ago. ground. In transplanting always use Little I.ovle Ilradshaw, who has 'caro not to lnjuro the roots, asd a sick with fever for nln weekt, very Important thing to do Is to firm tho soil, nbout tho plant When setnot Improving. ting Into open ground, do so on a Mrs Dushnrt. of Cyeamoro. was the pshowery day or at evening, and suo- go. hi of her daughter, Mrs. lllrtlo jcoss Is almost sure. Pullixk. a fews days last week. (METCALFE END-BAHOLDER .Miss Florttncv Juffetlcs was tho ('U kt of Mlssos Jennie and IU'K.ilu Handy Little Devloe for Beokeepcra Ilrlco Saturday night and Sunday. In Putting Up Seotlon Holders Misses Jennie and Hohs llrleu and and Shipping Caaes. Mrs Com Mr (irmly woro guests of Mrs Stowo and family one day Inst The drewinr Illiittn n mnM. lance whloh will hold the of In exact position while Iroy Uoiirder Do you think the Mrs lllrtlo Pollock has been quite seotion-nolder- s tho slotted or bottom piece Is being face an Indox to tho mind? busy collecting for tho now repairs nallod to them, writes O. B, Metcalfe Ravage llaehetor Woll, when a with. woman makes up her mind that ahe last are to bo mado on the Itldgo In Oleantmrs in Tie niiltiira out any alteration It will also hold haa lived alNgln too long shu Is apt to t'liurrli mo two ends of a comb-honeshipuiaka up her faee. ping- jaeo In exact position while tho Koynohla-Mofi& Co., who recently back board Is being nallod on. Advice to Newspaper Men. purchased tho lumber ynrds and stock A and b aro small wooden fingers Mil". Inspet xmir kunUrxl-della- r of the Hickman lAimber & Planing faatenod to f by screws g and h. They In mklnr etianur o slew a bit; Mill Co., announce that thoy have Bom clilt wlm tlrxl of tpitn( till CT InrrtMist'd their utorks by sovenl Hava latatr Hii1 a eeunlcrfctt tlioiiKniul dollars, and nro now prepared to furnish lumber and nmt-r-Things That Can't Bo Helped. building any kind of u nlruct-urfur "I notcr permit myself to bo disEnd-Ba- r Holder. on short notice and at nuuson-ahlturbed over things that eau't bo prtct-s- . y aro left Just looso enough to turn boltd." on the screw. The contrivance "I thought I heard )ou worrying a may bo mado to stand up on tho llttlo while ago txxmiuo your sou Molt Ayurs rumlnds us of Oxcnr benoh by nailing to Its back two waa siendlng moro than his allov Tumi r, who lived In Louisville and 'Blocks which taper off to tho bonch, anco at eollego." represented tho first district In Con and In turn nailing thoao to th,o bench. s To ueo It, pick up two of grsp. Motl lives In Louisville nnd Real Thrift. section-holde- r or shlpplng-cas(ona Fiankfort and Is Democratic chair n Her Kathcr 1 hopo that young man m n of the leglslatlvo district of Ful- In each hand) and thrust them down between tho cleats d and e, and the who cornea to sua you Is a thrifty ton and Hlekmnu counties. Ayers, ends of the fingers a and b. This chap lIKrt Turnor, gonernlly gots what he will strotch tho spring c, Hla Daughter Ho la. father; ho and Its resaves a quarter of hla salary ovory go s after. Hut thoro enmo a tn coil force will, by means of tho fingers, hold tho two plocos firmly In exf..r Oscar. Ilenton Tribune. week act position for nailing. Her Father Huh! When I was bis Only a few dimensions aro given, ago t saved half a dollar. bocauso tho othor dimensions may bo Mules for Sale, varied to suit tho material at hand. He Could Show Him. It la Important that the cleats d and e bo exaotly 44 lnchos for putting up "la that man across tho way a coun. soctlon-holderterfotter, par so they Sixty good work mules, from 3 to standard-siz"Wily, what on earth put that la 8 years old, 15 to 16 hands high, In will hold the bottom plooo oxactly In yet will not stick up far your head, my son?" and hair; also a few good place, and "Why, ho told me to como over to good flesh enough to hinder In nailing. G years old mares; also a good Jack, I bought n few soctlon-holdor- s hla house and he'd show mo how to lost which make a quarter " Yonkera Statesman. 142 hands high, also good saddle spring with thin stallion, 10 years old, all his colts wero evidently lntondod to bo nailed, show fine saddle qualities. The Jack slightly back from the ends of tho Not Stylish. breeds fine and large. Will take $500 bottom pleco, To use tho abovo "I enn't say that dried apples and for putting up such seotlon-- i pure, large-bonwater nre popular for a fashlonablo for the two. Also four holders It la only necessary to nail to Berkshire boar pigs, two months the cleats luncheon d and e two thin slats of "Yet you intwt admit they maka old, price $10 each. the thickness It Is doslrcd to have the reason- end pieces sot book, Will sell the above stock quite a swell affair." and not high able, for either cash or good note, enough to lntorfore with nailing oo Insulted. tho bottom pleco. next fall. Address he payable "And you get angry becauso J. F. &. 8. L. DODDS CO., him a hundred T" nuked you to loan Hickman, Ky. A Man's Suggestion. "Not uecauno he imked mo to loan ha Potatoes will bako moro quickly If tho hundred, but becauso him there la a flro in tho stove. To keep thought 1 might be such an Idiot." Tho tlmo Is not far off when the lntiuoe fresh nnd crisp place It In of old Confederate soldiers, or most and don't eat It To toll the A Woman's Prlvlleae. them will nsscmblo In annual session when a plo Is dono hold it upsldo latest thlug In wed- - n' Llttlo Hook. Many of the old sol down ovor tho sink. If bakod suffi"What Ih tho do and do not care ciently It will fall out of tho tin. To titers aro well-t'Oenorally. It U tho brl.lo. for the expense of a trip to Little keep tho soup from boiling over remove the kettle from tho stovo. ButHock. Hut sonio nro not blessed with ter will last longer If sprayod with I Granulated Eye Lids tills world'H goods nnd cannot hear 'kerosene boforo sorvlng. To keep tho be cauterized or sear-i..- .i tho expense of a trip to Llttlo UocK dust from flying dont disturb It with IX) not iin-ito i... ,. i,ii.i,inn Huthorhwid'H Ka- - In some sections they will remain nt broom or cloth. Moro man aays It. lile Kve Salvo Ih uaninlueil to euro home, deprived of the Infinite Joys Farm Journal. u '","",',',,; tliiyn wlllioiii pain, uttendnnt upon tho reunion of loin nnd n Bum euro for KrantilaUd ull dualurti. lost friends nnd boon companions. Wo tubuH at Early Celery. What more benutlful nnd appropriate Tho demand for early colery la incould youth pay to this gener- creasing. Most pooplo profer fall If goods dont suit and prices dont tribute shed oelery, hut a article should KuriUturo ation of heroes who valiantly uiau ault, dont to sell woll during tho entire summer. their blood for Uiolr country than Co. sending Is by far tho Oolden mako tho needy happy by Llttlo Hock. Is there ono roost popular early colory. It stands When a man wants hla clothes them to for quality. Whlto Plumo is moro old soldier In your community? vigorous but less palatable. cleaned and pressed he always looks such to go. Help him for a tailor. Schmidt tho Tailor. ovor-bloomibo-lo- w D hot-bod- " n t, ab-aur-d lead-pencaup-poo- ." I d 1h-.1 R end-ploce- a s 11 v Lively Campaign. !,J?i .I"."11 Now town the ,Cnl f. V.? cmP"'Kn was being blt,"-'nd- . One of tho leader, met a prominent merchant of tho town nnd they A S,'0." JeV Special Clubbing Offers,' h' .it' I ' i ! k Tlio Bo.Ht 3VXrtti-O- Mnclo : v--- FURNITURE f v i " We hnve 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. We 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. i : i $ ti' r n r M HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCOUPORTEAD Next Door to Post Office. .1 .M kAlia,Lin ii Loaf in Your Seems light as a feather if It haa been made from our Excellence or White Swan Flour. Note also how golden brown the crust, how big tha loaf Is. If you want to be known aa a first-clas- s baker use our EXCELLENCE or WHITE SWAN FLOUR It will make your bread, biscuits, cake and pies so much better that your friends will think you have been) taking cooking lessons. n feasor 4i Dj C- - B. Travis -- Cl'ffTllffTlflWlflfTl,nfTlfTlfHfTlfinTia v 4. e S Let Us Introduce You INTO THE COMPANY OF GOOD CLOTHES. You'll be glad you made their acquaintance. Sorry you didn't get acquainted sooner. Their influence will do you good. Do you good DIRECTLY make you feel like DOING I v ... "J ' end-plooo- THINGS. Give you confidence in yourself, too, and win the respect of others. oa-il- , If these things appear to you to be worth while, drop in some day and let us talk together on the subject of GOOD CLOTHES. ?i SCHMIDT, The Tailor COMING SATURDAY 11 12 e a fi J. A. COBURN'S s co e M MINSTRELS An All White Company PRESENTING AN ENTIRE NEW PROGRAMME J3TZ Y'U U.XJL'TTXa ELECTRICAL SCENIC PRODUCTION .VTVTXJ I.' Ico-cho- ALL THAT IS NEW IN MINSTRELSY T A j I A GREAT BI6 FUN SHOW l CLEVGR COMEDY. SPARKLING MUSIC. DANDY DANCING. STARTL1NO NOVELTIES. m ! SWEETEST SINGERS IN MINSTRELSY. "YOUR MONEY S WORTH OR MONEY BACK" DON'T FORGET THE i M hlgh-grad- o i J i buy.-Illck- f STREET PARADE AND BAND CONCERTS. LYRIC SAT. Night MAR. 11. Prices 35, 50 and 75c MtK ft .; :'."..;V.'.f;V.; The Courier's Weekly Sermon -- ?j LESSjECASH Pittsburg Lump Coal (Cash with order). ' Bon Air Lump ' Kentucky Lump t -- Ity I'ASTtilt Itl SMKM.- -r ! Ey. Lump Coal x33Xai7anrucj x HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS KA KHTAIIMHIIKII TOM DILLON. Sr Prop. AN INFANT UJuccvssor to 11.(1. lUiniiiarfttdeceuet 4.90 4.75 4.75 ONE HONORED YEARS OLD A TO BE ELECTROCUTED, Pastor Runell Explains Isaiah Uv, 20 nrooklyn, Mar. 5 A J ear ago Pas tor Russell's audi-encwere too great for "Urook-- I y n Tabernacle" nnd llrooklyn's largest ami Quest Auditorium, the ggiigBig&itd Acudoin) of Music, was secured. Every seat was fllletl and u few tumett o away on the occuslon of his last here February 0. Today, however, hundreds were unable to galn( admittance and are promising them; selves to go earlier next time. t look's as though n still larger auditorium should be sought. Pa&tor Itussell translated his text to read. "Theiieeforth thero shall bo no more (death of) an Infant of days, nor of an old man who hath not tilled his days; for the dying ono shall bo but a child at n hundred years old -- a sinner a hundred years old shall bo accursed" cut off from life. Ho pointed out from the text that this statement H n prophecy respecting the future respecting the time when Messiah's Kingdom will rule tho world. Tho verses following the text, he said. Indicate clearly thnt In that glorious Cpoch laudlordlMii will be a thing of tho past People will build their own houses and Inhabit them; plnnt their. own vineyard nnd enjoy tho fruit thereof. They give n description of tho period when sin will bo giving place to righteousness; nnd sorrow and death will be giving place to happiness and life erfect and lasting. Two Salvations Taught In the Bible. All of us In the past have misread our Illbles and not noticed that thero are tiro mirations. One will bo to heav-Mil- y conditions like unto tho angels, where there will be no planting, no building, etc This Is the salvation offered from Pentecost to tho present I roe, to the faithful few who walk In he footsteps of Jesus and make their 'calling nnd election sure." The other wlvatlou will Ikj an earthly one. It will recover mauklnd from sin, degra dation, sorrow nud death, to human perfection, to earthly palaces. In n world-widParadise restored. ' Hut this earthly blessing or salvation has not .oine to mankind ns yet nnd cannot come before Its time. St. Peter tvlU us that those "times of restitution of ill things which God hntb spoken by the mouth of nil the holy prophebi since the world began" will beglii nt he Coming of Christ after ho shall have selected tho saintly few who will constitute his Bride, his Joint heirs, hi his glory, honor nnd Immortality his associates In tho Messianic King-lorn- . dls-couse TnJU Kfl A Ton Marble and Granite Monuments CURDING. STONE WORK OP A'L KINDS, IRON FENCINi. Hickman, Kentucky When cash doesjjnot accompany order I charge 0 extra for making collection, which will make the prices as follows : Let me save you money on your coal. STAHR STEVE PHONES BOTH tho Redeemer said, "All that are In evil its well as thu their gnives',-t- he good. The saintly ones coming forth will have their reward Immediately because of their faithfulness during their trial time, which precedes tho trial time of the world Thru tho imtsu of mankind, aside from tho Church elass. will all bo brought to a knowledge of the Truth- - heathen and clvl lUed-no- uo will nny longer Ik allowed to groe lu darkness or to be blinded by Satan nnd the attractions of sin Satan himself will be IkhiiiiI nnd all the fallen nugels with him will bo re- Pittsburg Lump Coal Bon Air Lump Coal Kentucky Coal t $5.40 5.25 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 fromjprices 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 J by selling strictly for cash can give you security against an exorbitant advance in prices. Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY tiinr.irn)HM It. lllimiANAN J.W AI.KXAMIKU Pr.J. M. lltlllltAIII) (JKO. II. M. IHI.KIt Il.TllltKI.KKI T.A. I.KIIKOKK J.J.aHONIUHANT L; . A. v PARIS r ; Jj strained from deluding or having anything further to do with humanity The light of the glory of God will till the whole earth as the witters cover tho grout deep livery knee bnll Ikiw ami every tongue confess to Messiah to the glory of God the I'nther -- We cotfibinc nhsolutn safety with satinfactorj' nrrvice.nti ofier our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS II 1 Hundred-Yea- r Old Children. iA. 5 (f M. Attorncy-at-La- TYLERi w and Notary Public FREE! A BEAUTIFUL Will practice in all Courts of the State. XtlcluiiAii, Ky. Office with Judge B. T. Davis i SUGAR SHELL Absolutely Free, No Strings to this offer, we even pay the postage. You cannot buy of the curse fioornhlo thorns, thistle, etc. At tlMt time, said the Pastor, human kind who werr only n hundred years 4d were but hs i hlMnrti Today, after six thousand yours of eMtwIettro under the fall. centenarians are rare nnd those an ild iiiuii reluming to second childhood The ivsllfiitloti inxVH4os of Kmnuuel's rtHpti of rUbteousneiM will have so up lifting and MeowM nu effect on man kind aw to bring bark, not only strength of morals and of mind nnd if will, hat also physical strength -youth, vljfivr Kvefy iimii will Imve n century of In the iKsjcllinlng, before our race bud fallen mi far Into death, soma of lis members lived to Ih several bun dnsl years oh), and that under the tin llt'lllAMN. I'trtlilelit It C IUJIAIIK. At INtthlrr J. A. TIIOHI'mi.N t I Books and Banks Choose your bank with the same enre nnd dis crimination thnt you select your books npply the same high standard thnt you do in the selection of your pcrsonnl friends. This is the exact, crucial test thnt we invite from intending customers. Of course our own standards nrc ns high ns yours Let us meet on n common plane of Rood faith nnd business courtesies, viewed in the broadest light You hnvc not n legitimntc hanking need thnt wr cannot successfully meet nnd to your complete sat isfnetion. Investigate. hix'ng. of Instruction, of prowrn f.-- r this Cash Book Store at your retail stores.forItless than SI Splendid Selection is made of N ew DOOKS Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Call nnd See Our Stock KverjrtbliiK 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 living. 0)Hn ami violent sin. tloii vl. kwluesw awl Injury to others wilt not Iw nt that time nt nlL NevertheletM, there will h many op portonltlm for tostlng. proving, teflrh Ing mankind. The dlsotssllent will ptiuMimeuts, "strlHs.H Tlie will Iw Uessl. rewarded, uplifted. Hut after liarlng enjoyed a century of such srliooltng nnd rorrec Hon In righteousness, those still rcbit log tho Dlvlno regulations will Ih sen tenced. ns sinners, to bo "cut ofT from life. well-doors We pay 3 on Saving Deposits. HICKMAN BANK W CHI ID, Cnsliicr $1.40 This offer remains good for only a limited time so send in your subscription now. WORK WEAKENS THE KIDNEYS. JS0 ur. Asst GtihJcr Ooan's Kidney Pills Havo Done Great Service for People Who Work In Hickman. Mary Berendes & Co. . KELLY SMITh Jlttorncy-at-Law Address all orders to Hick man Courier, Hickman, Ky. HOW TO MAKE A RIFLE FIT. Clinton, Kentucky Onfttnlh of jilt fttl to ChrtslUnlh.' Money to Loan. I loan money on farm lands In and Weakley Counties, Tenn., and In Fulton County, Ky. About one-hal- f the cash value of a farm will bo loaned. Loans made In sums of 11,000 or more for five years with privilege to borrower of paying same after ono year In full or making any size partial payment desired at Intervals of six months after tho expiration of one year. Interest being stopped on partial payments made. Call on or write O. SPRADLIN, Attorney- Union City, Tenn. tf Have tho Tangs on the Frame Denl Down to Get the Right Drop. Compare tho rlllo nnil tho shotgun belonging to the- mime nnin nud you will nlnioHt Invariably find tho rlUo has much loss drop of stock than has tho gun. Thlt Is due to tlto rifle mnkers not wanting to carry n large nssort-Hiont thousand jwiw (ltevelatlon sx, I). Just so uNo, the earthly blessings will Include not only the people living at the time of the Inauguration of that Reign of Righteousness, but nUo, as Living and Dead Jutt and Unjust. Pastor Uussoll declares that God's provision for the Church will Include not only those alive nt the Second Coming of Christ, but also, by a resurrection change, nil those who have fallen asleep In Christ throughout this Gospel Age Those will constitute the "Hrst resurrection." nnd as priests of God and Christ will reign with him n at-La- Dr. Bell's AntisepticSalve Good for all Skin Diseases. A. E. Kennedy, tho Insurance man, lias moved his office upstairs over Orevard's store. You are invited to call and boo him. I'hono CI. the Hickman Courier and Weekly mmerclal Appeal, both ono year $1.25. Dot thorn sow. Telephone No. 4 for better moats qprocerles. SS-K- Taku HEROINE for Indigestion. It relieves the pain In a. low minute rnd forces tho fermented matter which causes tho misery Into the bowels wliero It Is oxpolled. I'rlco COc. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. 5 wllli stocks of different tthnpex, perlmpt following the Men most people Imve thnt n shotgun must fit, but nny old rlllc Is good enough. And that Is what most of them get. says n correspondent of Recreation; also If you'll wntcli the owner hnndlo writes Mrs. Ethel Newlln A tho gun and tho rllle you'll find thero y Is n big difference. With the gun built ucnicr, ind., Miui i ocgan 10 mkc uir-au- l. for hltu he keeps his hend up nnd his for It lias cured mc, eyo on tho target. With tho rlllo ho and I will never forget It puts his head down mid hunts for tho I cannot praise Cardul sights nnd even then complains of overshooting. It doesn't occur to him too highly for what it did that this Is due to the too high modern for me. Before I hon-.nfront sight nnd the too straight stock jo take It, I was very There Is one way to remedy thin bad color, suffered great latter dlllleulty without giving up your pain and weighed only Inst cent to Imve n special stock built 105 pounds. Now I have for you. Simply have the tnngs on a good color, do not suffer the rlllo frame bent down until you and weigh 125 lbs." have the drop that you want I, e., tho one that brings the sights In lino so B53 that you wouldn't bo bothered whero you wouldn't see the sights, but could Take see the outline of the game. I have had this dono on several of my rllles. It cost something less thnn $1, and last fall every guldo nnd e Tonic from New Itrunswlck to tho Beware of sfrong, noxSmokies that saw and handled my ious, mineral drugs, that i II. V. wanted It They nil spoko sink Into your system, of the wny the sights nllgned, but like lead to the bottom of they didn't lyiow why they did. 1 a basin of water. It will pay nny hunter who Is Cardul Is purely vege- troubled with overshooting to look Into the mntter nnd see If he can hnvo his taoie ana contains no. rlllo altered In this way. poisonous minerals, or tltti-- of rllles "I Am Glad" Most Hickman people work every day lu some strained, unnatural po sltlnn bendln g constantly over a riding on Jolting wagons or cars doing lalmrlotis housoHork; lift ln. reaching or pulling, or trying tho back lu a hundred and one otlur ways. All theo strains teml to wear, weaken and Injure tho kldnoya until thoy fall behind In tholr work of filtering tho pobona from tla blood. Doan's Kidney I'llla euro sick kidneys, put now atrength In bad backs. Cures effected In this locality form tho strongest proof of their efficiency. Head this testimony. J. K. Kddloinnn, barber, I'leAsnnt-I'ort- , Ky., says: "Anyono who fol lows my occupation reojilren n strong back, for the long hours spent nt the chnlr, bring n steady stonily strain on tho muscles of the loins. I won In pretty bad shaio nnd could not wont witii any degreo or comfort. Doan's Kidney l'llls wore finally brought to my nttentlon ami willing to try nnythlng that might cheek mv trouble, I procured n box. They promptly relieved tho pain In my back nnd tho kidney Bocrotlons which had been scanty and distressing In passage, became natural." For sale by all dealers. Prlco COc. Foster Mllburn Co., Uuffalo, N. V., solo agenta for thu United Slates. Kemoinber tho name Doau'a and tuko no other. di-s- k Xi33.A.Xra3 Business Director) -- LAUNDRY -- AT- ASK FOR RATES W. J. MeMUfMY Attorney-a- t Law Offlco In I Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every !)atln llulldlng on Hickman, Ky on. c. m. cRUTCiinrtD Dsntltt Uavldaou'a old ! Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices Und. 1'hoiM lllckmau, Ky. Nu HICKMAN Funeral rURNITUnC Cu Directors and Cmbalmr Don't Blame the Hen Vhcn)ouncl Were Good I'hono 20, day or nleht Hickman, Ky. W. F. MONTGOMERY they when slio loid them ll.id li)()s for Undertaker Henrso and drivers furnlshi-short notice. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leot, Proprietor. The only tin-tdnto dairy in Fulton County. You can Examine Insurance Companies and you ran Catw tile EgRs, but after all isn't it best to demand the kind of insurance that you know is good all of the time ? R. T. TYLER SoIIh Tlint lElncl Take out that Insurance today. You may bo noxt to burn out. Keunedy, tho Insuranoo klaa. DR. BELL'S Our 20c coffee U 1L Il4tUrawort ANTI-PAI- N For Internal anil External Pains. ft world-buste- r nn-tlv- The Woman's Hli Matter's Voice. Lord Fltr Ithum (about to retlra, to his vslet) WuUe mo at daylleht. Jut-Cln- s but don't let that blamed sun rise too early. Ask for Omega Hour. None Ilettersworth & Pralher. z Got tho building habit. A good treatment for n cold settled lu tho lungs Is a HKItltlCK'H IlKD PHPPKlt POIMJ8 PLASTKH up. idled to tho client to draw out tho Inflnmatlon nnd HAJJMHU'fl ) HVItllp to relax tightness. You get tho two remedies for tho price of ono by buying tho dollar slzo Horchoiitid Syrup, there lit n ponm plaster freo wlUi each bottlo. Hold by Hickman Drug Co, IIOIIK-IIOUN1- A Pr&Uar. Dr. Bell's At the Lyric. Thu Tuylor Stock Co., March, 13, Pine-Tar-Hon- ey For Cough and Cold,. Kor Uiat tired feeling take N) Hursaparllla, u HtlmulntH lKuilthful tonic. Helm & Klllson 3 L' Spring be-He- 14, mid 15. GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore XJ33J3T Pratt's Poultry nnd Stock Holm &. food at dangerous drugs. It Is perfectly safe and harmless, for use by old and young, and may be taken, as a tonic, for months, without nny possl Die narmiui euect. Try It Particular women uao Holm's With Tho linns Hanson Co., braiw bnnd Hazel Cream Ixitlou for tholr row nnd orchestra, March 27th. Plosion. Ask your druggist. J. A. Coburn's Greater Minstrels, dato later. Remember, If you don't send the cash with your coal order, I charfl What wo say wo do wo do do. you 10 per cent extra for collected-A- . Hickman 1'unUturo Co. A. Farle. Morlfig pleturaa Baturday slgla. W J. Cook hna n work horso that ho will trado for a colt. Ellison's.