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IN THE HICKMAN COURIER iJUaaon SECTION 2 1 A BLUE MARK HEBE ' .4 i'J man) Hint your tub crlptlon tin i expired Henew promptlr If n u nnt tho paper to come to you after tills inon.li li I. nn thu u,n . i Success The Camm has a Spankin' Good Team. Crease tho Hxles at Your Ulaqan, Old Man. and Let's Hich Up WHOLE NO. 2IMO IN THE TEAR 1NRII ESTABLISHED Mimui: HFU WliBTnRN KMMUOKT ni so. .in HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS Care For Hopeleia Caiea. Hy 1911. AT0R c M KEAN. "' HM That New Jcraey Dna He ml Chain of Dank. rT'MfrTlfTWlfVtTTift1ftlW'flfr. t ft AD0LPHU8 ICNOPP. M. D. The erlllrtew Huh boon made, ml I liar lnmnl It ovun frum ntmUrai Dm, tltal It wnatu io lHbw ivltli tho ni; that iMtltuilottal iraimtui alioahl l rttmnrnl for cur Mr elWtw) wUo roHhl amis l aiailr bmitlwtoNfrH aul oarfiil nttcona. I'hoa wbu nmrtf Ui.iw rrltlrtame era mM right fn.in tiir utilitarian H.mi of new iiimh mm Mm- - hiiMnnll irliin aapwl of tbr (p. 1. 1, in dim- - wIhi hit hnil muv ix rl. ikp hi nil wlih knrM-lcaai- of iin.nr Citizens of Hickman IN A VERY FEW DAYS WE WILL ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF THE RF.A11T1FU1. xu ir. Irv,2LJtHani&i. iV'VkVialPHHViB tnU-rnil.- 1 ' fj a Wren Faulte Am Seen. r ,fi vt rwt ln, r i i M hekir wtcht aiHaaa U tti tiring rta'ore the rtfhL ta Tt n i ' & ' 'm day, i I dW, but had a Day Hadn't Come. URfat yvu kkM he" J be a . " ret ho hainl had ' 'liiiL'.r if III mnatltufliui n of In', nlnn In a PTOWll il-'iio'l.tt wl'b'Mil llirbt AMI air la trnri ifn-a- i Hurb a pn- ittil ttmni. h la Dot Minn rar of at ihr niii tliiMt aaxl In ttir rlgtM ii'iic nMta a (nod lnl mot la Hi- - mii and not bjfre-qnraatlilltlooal llrM arBBfrt-Orev- l llm.in.-hln nindltloa am 4irir'iiiiM-t.- i rhi la my from hm aiilltartao pointer f itfinrnt that It la in tb a uwi.-w- , itin to takrrare Ihr -- - nti' b I, inw II l a ,.,H thai III, iiiii iiii lire in ni, r n an,,,! '' nf tin. f hr ) l hi I inn mil fur tititl ii - ! j;ri' tni'iinti III hi Wiirll ' mul In til home It muat -i.itii Mi.ii if ib iMtlrat la mil it l." in to (Ha boil mm a li l. Inn iir it 'T will ., k i!i,..,. u 'inlir u. Industrial League Addition On the East Side of Hickman, to the Citizens of Hickman and Fulton County. Relying upon the principle that our obligations are first to Home and Home People, we have df termined, before starting our salesmen on the road selling these lots, that home people should have the first choice. Not an auction, if you please, for it does not require the glamour of an auctioneer to create a demand for such property as this. Auctions are always the last resort for disposing of hard stock. - Symbolical of the undesirable, the refused, the unsought and entirely too undignified to be associated with such desirable property as these beautiful lots in the INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE ADDITION. During these opening days, every citizen oi Hickman and Fulton County is most cordially invited to call and inspect them whether you want to buy a lot or not. It will be a revelation to you to see how beautifully these grounds are laid out, with broad avenues, boulevards, parks, etc., giving some of the most picturesque views in America. cast-awa- y, tl j . In In aU .(. lituan."- rhAHSHT ' Ywkw nil day Ita'a HUU- Popular lli(kiii.in Phvsician. A Cold Fact, In th A HMn 1 ( at aland It hit.l of a euM In hi K liot Unit of hi I ncr ihte " in,V,'t i !i II nr rhralnuta rra bnl aafieteA 4 FREE! A lalK , i BEAUTIFUL jV SUGAR SHELL f. f. ( jr IT HUMOR OK THE LAW. aaaaaal annnnl It1',.- - Haaaaaaaavf aavnl BBnnnnnKt nnnE'H Niy km vfj lor Ue fltth irg of okMitw atenHni;. . nmctotraUi 4oldd to Ttti m a t. tii boy'a talker. V w a bora. AIm." aaJd bt to tlio up thU bor of ytwra ana da.K tor tealiK In iNjt ao many Urn 4aK blm cbtakMM Uwt I'm tired of 'Jmro." ." retunieJ "Ak don't blame tho fatlMir. "Ah'a tired o' aeoliiK blm bora, too." "Them why don't you teach him how bo him tha rlbt way and ,to act? lis won't b comliiK bare." "Ah brut obowert Mm de rlBht way, ah," dfetarsd the old man onrneatly. "Ah baa anttanly abowod 'Im do rlRbt h aomobow keai goUlnu way. chick-cna- " cauRbt eomlH' 'way wld iloao Tt-- t. na rt" f. bn y. bt Central A DHOWEE JoumaL OF EXISTENCE. C. Cv "'MWSJllI c i f SNHsV U Absolutely Free, No Strings lo this offer, we even pay Vv the postage. anjol buy this for lens than $1 ' r retail stores. It li made of ' i i pi itc silver. En tiro spoon is i .i hrs long, handle is four Inches, fl and embossed. This beauti- M ' P n is rjivpn free to every sub-- f Ij the Hickman Courier and Ar enran Farmer. Price I ?, At 1 ) fl7' Iwkm ''' Immediately after this opening our salesmen start on their selling tour through the country for 500 miles surrounding, and of course the choicest lots will be the first to sell. We offer you the advantage of it now while the whole addition is intact, giving you first choice. Whether you appreciate our attitude remains to be seen. But don't forget that Hickman will not always be the same small iown she is today. Think what the new railroads will very soon mean to the town; think what the new belt line railroad is going to mean, especially to this addition; think what the bridge across the Mississippi river will mean to Hickman; think how Hickman has grown in the past five years without any of these things and without any boosting away from home. The whole country, for many miles around you, is in a fever of excitement over the wonderful future prospects of Hickman, and all eyes are turned on you now, even if it is "only Hickman" to you, for "A prophet is not without honor save in his own country!" then think how this feeling will be augmented when an army of salesmen are started out in all directions from Hickman, boosting Hickman and attracting new people here. Think what an investment will mean to you in those beautiful lots when people begin to rush here from all points of the compass, which is certain to be the case; think of Oklahoma City less than a dozen years ago, before it became advertised, and think of it today. Lots that were sold there at the opening of the early subdivisions for only a few dollars a front foot could not be bought today for $1000 per foot, and many of them that $5000 per front foot would not touch. Oklahoma city has not half the natural advantages of this very town of Hickman, but still it has grown to a city of 60,000, and still growing like a weed in wet weather. The same is true of many other great cities today. What has done it? Advertising, civic pride, local boosting and the attention of the world being continually called to it by its traveling land salesmen, backed up with merit. Whether you recognize it or not, Hickman has the merit, and that sufficient to make a city of 100,000 population, and then it has the civic pride and everybody is getting to be a booster, and the INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE will certainly give it the advertising and the publicity by flooding the whole country with men to boost Hickman. Watch the rapid growth from today, and in less than five years you will see our predictions come true. These lots will be sold on easy terms, or a liberal discount for cash, and a chance at such desirable lots as these has seldom been your privilege and will perhaps never be your privilege again. Now is your Golden Opportunity, a little later will be too late, opportunity's watchword is "NOW OR NEVER." It was up to US to offer them to you first, now it is up to YOU to take advantage of the opportunity or the fault will be YOUR OWN. During this opening they will be open for sale lo Home People EXCLUSIVELY at the very lowest price they will ever be offered for. After that they will be open to the world. We await your pleasure. b H" 'r ni t WATCH FOR nDATE YOURS FOR if 25,000 POPULATION QUICK $1.40 I Tlnks I bollovo. You llro at n boarding houno. Ins offer i ' remains cood for only limited time so send in your Address nil orders to Mick you suy Winks You flatter mo whon "llvo." Men and Glrla. "Ara men a Maek ." ah JU"t.a. imnKr "Aa Hioy are painted, In Vanfcf atl '"""WfriMl hr' "Are Klrla." I alalwd, "aa plnkr 8CHMIUT Uio TAILOR. THE INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE -- , 1 Jt ? n1 INCORPOIt TEI ) A. J. McGehee, Secretary Walter L. Brown, President HICKMAN, KENTUCKY (inscription now. U1tifi.Alilc,LlkAiAAlU..J man Courier, Hickman, Ky. ' ? 1 'U liW. itit-(-- - rf" 4. ..j. 4. ....-t- " PAINT WARREN'S PAINTS MASTIC MIXED PAINTS LINSEED OIL ! Heard aflfej On the Streets .w....w..)....(,,l."l"-4"H"'tH i I I'll iWKf fl Mil ... in n,i ,',:.;: . ...t-.-. tttMlQMHl li Cole spent Sunday In Fulton. lm -- Ous Alexander wos In Fulton f'aa; Free souvenirs Saturday. Lolbo-1 Swnyne Walker Is working for tho HWkman Drug Co. 'Gi .l! in IVJ 7 ' TURPENTINE Circuit Clerk Morris Is attending ourt at Mayflold. Miss Stella m n.w- - Salmon Is hero from Ioubnille visiting hor pnronts. WALL PAPER If goods dont suit and prices dont suit, dont buy. Hickman Fumlturo Co. Buy "Fortuno'a Miuond Cream" Witch Hazel and at CowsIU's Drug 30 wsamM jg Announcement of the. W. A. DODDS SOLDIERS TOLD BUTTLE IS 11 Store. Let us figure on that bill of lum ber Reynolds Moss & Co., In d. Fortuno's Wltoh Haael and Almond Cream for sale at CowsIU's Drug 30 Store. R. R. System on Boat. It l ft Httlf out of the ordinary Miss Mayiwe Naylur returned Sunto wr a rntlrofld sytetn float up to and be unloaded In u day from Fnlton where she has boeti town, but this happened In Hickman visiting Mlsa HrNite Reed. the town of nothing lmioelb)e Mrs. Sam Salmon and daughter, aEBELS ARE RETURNING TO Tuesday. Miss Claudia, are Improving rapidly, AQUA PRIETA, SCENE OF BIO Tho big transfer boat CIibh. Mer-rla- after a several days' illness. SUNDAY ENGAGEMENT. and the Str. Monnel Hox Co., When a man wants his clothes with four big haragee. brought Uie cleaned and pressed he alwas looks whole thing In "lock, stock and for a tailor. Schmidt tbo Tailor. FEDERALS SLAY CAPTIVES Prompt Dellrery, If you phono 74 for groceries and menu. Matheny Bros. & Plant. NEAR Hickman Steam Laundry For some time the people of Hickman have been confronted with n problem of vital importance that of CLEAN CLOTHES. To date there has never been an up-t-o date laundry in Hickman, and we have had to put up with the many disadvantage!! of the average washwoman that we will not mention, but from ui American Look On as lnsurrectos and Diaz Men Wage Battle Casualties Are About Evenly Divided. T' Douglai, Ariz.. Mar. H. Another flerce engagement between the fd-oraand lnsurrectors at Agua Prleta. Max.. li evident Captain Johnson, commanding Troop P. Third United atatoi cavalry, on duty here, received a dispatch from Laborl Vosques. of police at Arguorlte, say-In- s that Jose Blanco, the lnsurrecto reader, was returning to the attack of the town after having been repulsed by Colonel Mora's federals. o ls ; I J i Whole Town Watches Battle. Douglas, Arlr., Mar. 14. Eleven dead and seven wounded on the federal side, one wounded and thirteen prisoners taken, all of whom ar re ported to have been shot at sundown, on the lnsurrectos' side, Is the report ed result of a battle which took placo 3ve miles oast of Agua Prleta bstweoa 1K0 federals under Colonel Mora and 310 Insurrectors under General Blanco. A larva nnrtlnn nf nnUffloV ft. 000 population visited the scene of battle, and many of them are reported as Charles maltreated. having been Roesche, an American photoeraphor, who went to the battlefield on a bl cycle, was bayoneted and halt his jealp torn away by a Mexican federal soldier, who beat him with his gun after having broken his camera and taking his bicycle from him Fifty 8hots at One Man. Roesche Is said to be held a prisoner. William Webb and Zttie, Amerl-cmwere captured by federals and, held prisoners until night, when the United States demanded their release. Capt Harry Wheeler of the Arltona TUngers, who had gone to the rebel oamp to look for a strayed horse, was attacked by federals and fully fifty shots were fired at him, but he escaped without Injury. Mexican Captain flalegoi came Into g Douglas to get money to pay the troops. James Eldernon, an American, stopped him and shouted "Viva Mr. s, souvenir free to every who visits Leibovlt More on twenty-on- e flat care, n Majc steam opening day Saturday. Macrh IS. loc loader, weight 57 tons, n steam Hare you ever trld Suowflake kldder. weight 4S ion, two car loads of rnttroad strikes, enough steel to FlottrT NothlsK better; every sack lay nine miles of track and n lot guaranteed by Matheny Hros. & Plant Is the of other sfltMimienLs. This Before baying your spring suit, sue logging railroad owned by the Men- that $20 value In brown, tan ami In gel Itox Co., and which has been In. Mae serge at Sullivan Bros. Thuir operation at Asnport, Twin. The outnrtee Is J13.M. fit was nnloiHleu. at tho Incline, and run down the N. C. tracks to the Remember If you have surplus proJtiengel yards where It will remain duce or anything to sell, or -- want to tun 11 K can be put on the tracks of buy anything, our want column will the C, M. & G., (the new railroad do the work. Only lc a word. now bulkling). It is to be used then That old rooker or eouch needs in the timber lawl between here and and varnishing. Take it TtptoMvUle, Tenn. to Ward, over Fuqua, Helm & Co, or Foreman Ous Moore had eharge of phono 94. All work guaranteed. the loading of this railroad on the Presbyterian Church Subject for steamer and Capt. Hyan looked afthe morning sermou, "Shibboleth and ter getting it hare. Unfortunately, while loading, two care came down Siliboteth." Subject for the evening the Incline so fast that they ran the sermon, "Childhood." Sunday Sftmul iull lfHgUi of th boat and plunged at 10 a. in. Win. O. Stockton off Into the rlvei In water 1M feet If you are Intending to take advmi deep. Of course they were a oom-llot- e tsge of our rose bush offer. It is time Iom. you were getting busy. The same hushos would cost you $1 7' at any This nine miles of railroad ami r Is now standing on Its own flrst class nursery. I,ook for the In this mane. private track in the Mendel yards. awaHljijr the completion of the new Clias. H. Kills and Miss Rarh.-- l railroad, and for the time being, we Bugg, two well known youiijj peijik haw- - another railroad of Fulton, wero united in innrrla Sunday. BIIIh was formorly of Mos cow. BoUi parties worked for the Cumberland Tolophone Co. On the boats were two locowoUrea, A practical chm of-fo- barrel." Monday, March 20th we propose to do nway with this state of affairs by starting a Steam Laundry, it will be so that all you have to do is get up your bundle at home we call for it, wash them CLEAN, in fact, they will be STERILIZED when wc get through with them (as they will be treated with steam), and we promise not to wear them nt nil. They will be finished with late machinery that gives them the MUCH DESIRED DULL FINISI I, and deliver them to your home in one to three days. This docs away with dirt, losing clothes (as we propose to be responsible for nil clothes lost, torn.ctc), germs, disease, epidemics such ns small pox, dipthcria, etc., and, in fact, nil the unpleasant conditions of the laundry proposition. Wc wish to state also, that from the first we will have an expert laundry foreman and nn experienced crew, nnd there will be no "experimenting" on your washing Acting upon the ndvicc nnd pleas of the Hickman people wc have gone to a big expense, have invested n large sum of money, have bought the latest nnd best machinery so thatwc can give you good service, nnd now nsk your help, one and nil, show your nppreciation of n rcgulnr City Laundry in n small town, by letting us do your laundry work, by boqsting for us, and helping us in many ways that you can. Wc will call for your laundry NEXT MONDAY, have your bundle ready nnd if we do not get everything just right, or if nnything is missing, let "US" know not others, nnd wc will make it all right. Wc give all n cordial invitation to cnll nnd sec the best laundry in Western Kentucky, with nbsolutely new, modern machinery. Yen are welcome. Thanking you in advance for your full with us in making Hick man a good laundry town, wc are Yours for clean clothes, OCE HARRIS and A. E. KENNEDY Garrigan. Chns. Whsuler und family Sunday nt thu home of Chns I Martin Duiionii nnd family quanta of Pen llantou and wf. day. Hugh MoDanlol and family Slnturdny at the home of II. li BRICK! (i I Make 'em." Graves County Circuit Court had to draw on Fulton county Monday to fill their Jury lwnel In the raw of the Commonwealth against John Lew-Is- , who two years ago shot and kill ed James Puckett, a Mayrield man. They were all east ond men summon ed. W. A. DODDS Hick Example to Insurrictos. . Oallegos whipped out a revolver and was about to sboot Elderson. when Capt. Fred Johnson of the Third TJnlted Statea cavalry seized the gun, he hammer of which fell on John-ion'- s thumb. Johnson took the Mexl. oan captain across the line and turned "jtm over to Colonel Mora. are Theso alleged depredations nald to have been committed by the federals as an example to lnsurrectos, ilnce the government has Issuod or tiers to show no quarter. William Wobb saya while he was held a prisoner during the day he saw the federals capturo nine unarmed vfexlcan spectators of the battle and iihoot them down In oold blood. Hla serilon, however Is unsubstantiated. Cruz'a Body at Valparaiso. Chill, Mar. H. The Valparaiso, body of Anlbal Cruz, who died re. cently at Washington, where he was minister to the United States, wn taken from the ba'tlosblp Delaware iiad dellvored to the Chilian officials. Boston Editor Is Dead. Boston, Mar. 14. Curtis Oulld, St., founder and editor of the Hoston Com. merclal Bulletin, and father of formei fiov. Curtis Guild, Jr., Is dead. He was Hi years old. leroP Don't take our word; try us. man Furniture. Co. the month to build. Get your plans ready and let us deliver the lumber to your lot. Everything needed In a building from the brick In the foundation to the nail that holds the shingles on. New plu.nb-Inand tinning shop added to the business. W. A. Dodds. March g ' tlisr. Slrothur IMce and wife spin' dny nt tho homo of her slsler Kdgnr Walker. Miss Ilusslu Douglas Is the of her cousin, Miss Ionn Dougl-Troy, this week. t i ' Men's ami young men's milts at Sullivan Hros. at $1.60 to $14. Miss Amborg has been on the sick list for the past week. The geniilno Furstwm trousers, values at Sullivan Hros., fl.76. $3 Every Physician has his special preparation and formula for certain disease that he uses exclusively. We have equipped our store to take care of Be careful about your clothes. Lot Schmidt, the Tailor, clean and press them and bu on the safe sldu. Joe Cnntlllon with Hobo .Ferris. Nick Altrock, Jlnuiiy Williams nnd Harry Clynier, went to Iteolfoot Lake Mondny. Manager Joe Cantillon, who is showing the Minneapolis Baseball Club a "fly time" in Mrs. Hlnplor, who has been her nelvo for some time, has re od to her homo near Troy. Mrs, Motile Ferguson Is In vlllu this week, the guest of In r ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Foster. Hon llantou la having n new li built on his farm and wo under Charllo Kllllon will occupy it t Hickman. l4ist Tliursday evening, Miss Leah Hurry eiileitnlncd members or Kntie Nous Club and n few outside visitors Hook ami COO wore played. A salad course nnd gelatine and cake were serxd. Tho visitors wero Mlss-- s Cecil Humes, Ituth Walker. Frank!'and Nell I'eavler, nnd ineinbers, Misses Manatee Rice, Hazel Johnson and Dottle Davidson and Messrs. Warren Wilson, Will Bondurant. Harry Mil let, Frank Smith Swayno Walker and Chester Barnes. any prescription that may come in. We make a specialty of this and offer you our experience in this kind of work. HELM Dont trail to road our special offer Ju this Issue. Six nwo bushos, all a year old and flnu variB olic, given froo. Now is thu tlmu to get and set out tho flowora you hava been wanting. olKuwhoro - & ELLISON I Requisition Honored. On a requisition from tho governor of Ohio a warrant of arrest was Ifwued J. A. Hargett nnd wife, of OI for tho return to that state of Allen are spending this week with ' OrlRgs, now under nrrret In.UmlBvlllo. daughter, Mrs. Chns. Hunch Ho Is wnnted on n chargo of falluro to provide for his family. Matheny Pros. &. Plant would Sullivan Uros. will savo you inonoy for you to inako a trial grocery r and ajiproclato your trado.. II. P. Roberts and Itobt. Schleicher. at their storo, Just to get ft san of IxHilsvllle, wero entertained n six of their sorvlco and goods. Capt. L. I). Tullls, who has bcun on o clock dinner Mondny ovouliiK by tho Str. Mongol Uox Co. with Capt V. Capt. and Mrs. V. M. Hyan. M Ryan, has boon mado plolt on tho If you want carpenter work tU ' Tug, and tho night crow takPay cash and save money on your call on or phono a. L. Collina, Hoi-- J en off tho steamer. . coal bills. A. A. Paris, Phono, Mi-ngi- 'l 32-3- '- - -- "' I '. "Two bottles Cured My Rheumatism" " I iiave been a sufferer from rheumatism for about two years, and have used many liniments and patent medicines which gave me no relief. A lady friend of mine told me she had used your IJniment and lounn relict at once. I got two bottles and they cured mc. I think it Is the best IJniment a person can have In the house. I shall always krep a bottle In my house as long as I tan get it." Mks. L. K. Waj.LACI', Momvjns, Va. Mrs. Jamhs M Graw, of isiO Mandewlle St , New Orleans, La., writes take pleasure In writing to you that 1 had a pain in my arm for five years, and I used I LEGISLATUR E Capitalists Interested, , ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo are authorized to anuounco Another Letter. SLOAN S LINIMENT for one week arid wxs comiilttcly cured. highly." I mwnmiud 'ur Liniment vcrv Sloan's Liniment instantly relieves stiffness of the Joints, Sore Throat, loarsencss, Sprains, Neuralgia, Sciatica and Lumbago. Better and cheaper than porous plasters. I At All I'riiKKltU. Price 'J.V., ."Or. iirul $1.00 Mmii'i Trrll ou tli llur rnt I'rra. Adilrft 1W viJL EMITS J DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. the counties of Graves, Fulton nnd ment store, made a business trip to ment of tho Courier began to exploit Hickman, subject to the action of the Nashville last week. tile opiKirtunlUos And resources of Democratic Primary Election, on May Don't forget to renew your subGovernor Will Call When Cen- Hickman. The posslmlstlc Httlo fly 27. 1011. scription to tho Courier. The paper that rides on tho chariot whel of sus Is Announced, stops when the time Is out no exWo are nutborlzen to announco progress, took a fling at our "day ceptions, dreams nnd alroantlos." W. A. FROST, Wlngo, a candidate for the State O. L. Collins and wife visited his REDISRICTING IS THE REASON Hut where Is that mlsornblo little of cuss today? Suro ho has hiked to Scnato from the district composed brother, Ed Harpol, near Union City, the tall timber dried up vamoosed of tho counties of Fulton, Hickman Saturday and Sunday. raves, subject to tho action of Congressional,. Legislative and Appel-lat- e sklddoodud. 'Ho was run down by and 0 Ceurt District Affected Seo Sullivan Hros. big bargains In v$ the baud wagon. Hickman Is coming tho Democratic Primary Election on Date Not Yet Fully De- - . May 27, 1911. men's, youths' and boys' suits. Into her own. Hickman Is the only T elded Upon.' town In the world her size that coaxF rank fort. Although (lov. Wlllson es tho shy, wily dollar from the stinha not determined upon tho dato for gy capitalist like we havo dou lu ; calllHg an xtm sexton of the legisla- the past fow months. : ture. It li known iiiMltlvdly Unit ha lifts Since January 1st, two land com: decided to enll an extra Hussion wl(an panies, backed by 1100.000 each, have ; the rojHirt of tho census returns in marched right In uninvited and put ; Kentucky Is received by him. tlielr money in Hickman. We refer ; Tho pilnclpel object for tho extra to the Industrial first; and : Ltm teealon will be to redlstrlct tho b$lIc lexle I'arkH and others, of Union . e5 : UflU'LU for the logltdaltvp. congressional and t'lty, second. The fcxPfKv TAM i last named gentle; -: f'linelkito court districts. s ".gkiBian v man nnd associates, whlrli Is piob-abl; the Obion lnnd Co., a Tenness-- e ; To Full Strenpth At Once. corporation, came over .Monday nnd : To lie prepared for any omorgonqy bought the Tom I'liiniiuer farm of 'J." : thai may arts and bo ready should acres. Thoy paid for It $175 nn ncrn ; il.p mllltlM of this mmb be called Into Tlits laud Ilea Just southwest of the ; anlve semk-o- , on account of troiihlo Industrial Uwguc Addition and Joins with .Meticu, tint Kentucky national the city limits on the wist. The e the bath room you have had us fix up in K'isnl will j recruited to Its full was made through the Instlg.i-Moi- l ; moderate fashion for you. There will not sir. ntrth at oiico, Tlio nien will "be of Mr. Ilrown, who put the ; I lil In reatllMM for liiHtant sorrloc. Union City capitalbefore tho be a room in the house more completely or ; In ho ordar it Is stated that no ax ist. And, It follows, that the land ; iount will be tnkon of mon who nrq will be cut up Into lots nnd plntt.-more handsomely appointed. If the ex; srsteil from their commands or not aa an addition to Hlckmnu. It might pense is preventing you from having such : Available at ouco for sorvica. also be added that this Is the hfeli-es- t ; 'I be onter to roerutt at once was pi Ice ever paid for farm laud lu a bath room, consult us. It will cost con: by the artlng adjutant general, Pulton county. : siderably less than you expect. MaJ K. II. Itaasett. It was Issued Iniio-; n.-n- t These two big land companies oT any orders from tho war ; di part men! at Washington, and Is would bo a big boost for the merely a precautionary measure. : town, to sny nothing of new ; boat Unas, etc., wo have und'-- r way. Oruner Orders Dank Closed. Both Phones Jfo. 73 On account of oxceoalvo loans the And whore will It stop? T tank, of Stepkeneport. wns, criwed 10 its doors and go Inlo A pain In tho side or back that illation by Dr. Hen fc limner, of state. Tho order to closo catches you when you straighten uu was coniainI In a telegram sent to calls for a nibbing application of the bank. The bank wag capitalized IIALLAKD'S SNOW MNIMKXT. It at and Imd detwsits amounliiiR relaxes tho contracted muscles and permits ordinary bodily motion '; to iiKira than JM.oeo. It Is not bojlavcd out suffering or inconvenience. with I'rice llint fllm i1.HLJiall.iM itll Hfm fill uiiijk. 26o. r.Oc and $1 per bottlu. Sold by ' ; ...u ijvniDiiuia ..III .... B.Z7. 1.4.... ....b ; D Tho bank was examined recently and Hlckmnu Drug Co. ; found to have oxccmIvo loans to cor USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS tain iwrsons. : EXTRASESSION Wo nre moving at a rapid rato. present manage- Flvu years ago the S. A. NOKMAN, of Mayfleld, as a candidate for Stato Jns. Harkett, who Is looking after Sonato from the district composed of A. S. Harkett's- West Hickman depart- If Its anything In the lumber or building Hue, go to Reynolds-Mos- s & Co., Incorporated. f MMMM1 You Can ?SS -- With Pride pur-rhas- prop-OHiUo- n 1 d rnll-load- Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co li. le seo-rua- ry fir.a s ; : TAKE NOTICE... i. a - Bransford Andrews & Up to State Board. In tho cose of tho Commonwealth by II. 1 Anderson, revenue agent for Following are tho dates set for tho state at largo, ngalust the I,. .4 N. r&IIroad, on apoal from the Jefferson fairs In tho West Touuo&seo circuit: circuit court, the court of appeals afMurray, Ky., Aug. 30, 31, Sop. 1, 2. firmed the Judgment of tho lower court, Union City, Sept. C, 7, 8, 3. Fair Dates. : ; : : : Cordially invite: their friends nnd customers nnd the general public, to attend the formal opening of their new store Anderson sued to have assessed certain property owned by the railroad and alleged to havu been omitted from tho tax lists of 190S. Tho railroad tlalmed that the property had not been assessed or omitted by tho state board of valuations nnd assessments. Thn appellate court says that It la up to the state board to act lu Uio matter. Dresden, Sept. 13, 14, ID, 1C. 1'arls Sept. 20, 21, 22, 23. Humboldt. Sept. 27, 28, 2'J, 30. Juukson, Oct. 3, 4, G, C, 7. Corinth, Miss., Oct. 10, 11. 12, 13, 14 Meridian, Miss., Oct. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14. ' ' : : : ; ; ; ; ; Friday and. Saturday Afternoons mmmvmmmmmmmmmmsm March 24 and 25, from i to 5 o'clock 2 35 In the Bransford & Andrews' Bldg. BNHHBHHMHHHHHMHHMHiHHHI Wo aro getting ready for tho big Bet. Third Nal'l Bank and Dankc's Cafe. building boom that Is going to take Ins. plnco In Hickman tills spring by In creasing our stock of umber and 5 Escheat to State. Your round trip fnre will be refunded on purchnscs building material. Let us figure with In tho court of appeals Judgment of you. Reynolds-Mos- s & Co. of $5.00 or more. thp Jofterson chancery court, second division, wns alllrmod In tho case of the l.oulsvlllo National Hanking Co. W. A. Frost, candidate for Staio and Charles T. Uearlug, a stockhold- Senator In this district, hits challenger, against the commonwealth. Judgo llohsou delivered the opinion nnd tho ed his opiKinent, Sum Noruian, for a wholo court, except Judgo Miller, con- scries of Joint discussions of the Is curred. Tho action wns by the Louis- Hues involved. ville school board to escheat to the Btato two lots owned by tho bank, valDon't forget our opening dny noxt ued at about $8,000. Saturday. A nice souvenir free to all who visit tho store that day On Inspection Tour. ItopresontatlvoB of tho Kentucky Trade at Home. Tiro l'rovuntlou association spent a day in Oeogetown, that olty having Our lady readers should not fall nsked for a lower rating. to road tho Niiylor Mercantllo ComTho Courier lias Uio fluent, lino of Miss Mary Kllzabeth I.ear, onn of pany's announcement In this Issuo. 1912 calendar samples Unit will bo ready fur your the moit prominent young women of It coutnlns gnmothlng special. aeon in Hickman, now Upper Oarnird, will po as sMinsor of Itiapoctlou. Palruiilxo tho homo man the Kentucky division of tho United espouses of ond buvo salesman's Sullivan Hros. can save you money Confederate Veterans, to the conven2G por cout. Calendars Bullublo tion of, tho United Confederate Vet- on your spring suits. for all Hiiob ol buulneui; sen them .it erans to bo held at Llttlo Hock, Ark., our offlcu, or our re picaunlullvu will May 1G to 18. Courier J. A. Canon, of Kansas City, Mo., cull at your nlnca of Liihlnoss. Uut buy at home. (lov. Wlllson has recovored from his Is huro tho guest of his son, W. M. See pnson. Thoy had not seen each othworst attack of la grlppo. er lu sixteen years until this week. Tho Courier wants ull tho local now United States Court. Tho March term of the United States lu Fulton county, deaths, births, marThcro was n decided drop in tho couit will convene on March IS, and riages, entertainments, visitors from Tho Mississippi Valley Transportn-tloi- v will bo hold In tho Franklin county temperature Sunday afternoon, nnd abroad, etc., and will bo obliged if Co. writes us that they will havo court houttc, as the custom house Is although oxtroinoly warm In the fore people will notify us by calling at llmlr engineer hero In a fow days to being romodolcd and Is all torn to noon, It was necessary to have fire tho offlco or telephoning a lino. In tho heating stoves before sunset. look after a location for their now nieces. 110.000 councrcto docks at Hickman. For Croup Dont forgot that wo havo to noil It In to ho hoped that when this comIs tho Dr. Hell's Pino Co to Sullivan Hros. Tluy can Viirtu'tt enliliuiv Tar Honoy rtVtin rltllbest goods and to sail goods wo havo to pany attempts to bu laud hero that HT1 1 lf nnl muko prices to Butt you, Illckuiuu It will not rise lu prlco to moro than show you some remarkable values In RCt Uo K0iuiuo r Uoll.a ii0.Tar boys clothing at I1.7C to ?4. 8 $100 por HQiiaro foot. Furniture Co. Honey, re-in- n Objects. That a concorted effort will be mad to prevent tho removal of the remains of John Fitch, said to be the Inventor of tho steamboat, who died and was lurled at Iiardstown over 100 years ngo, to Connecticut, his natlvo state, as provided for In n bill now pending in the Connecticut loglslntauro, was In. dlcnted when at a meting of the John I Itch Chapter of tho Daughters of the American lloolutInu, presided over by Mrs. lien Johnson, tho stato regent, resolutions wore adopted protesting against tho removal of Fitch's D. A. R. though every tubo was sold under a poHllivo guarantee. It Is good for nothing but tho eyes. Ask lour drug gist. 8 20,000 Tubes Of Sutherland's ICaglo Kyo Salvo sold In 1U0S nnd not one word of complain ; ; ; ; ; ; : : Owing to the fact that some of our customers are dila in paying their Water and Liehts Accounts, which are tory due and payable at our office ON OR BEFORE THE 10th of each month, re wish to announce that in the future the rule governing this branch of our business will be enforced to the letter. Our Collector will make collections on Main street only, between the 1st and 10th of each month, and will call but one time for this account. Failure to see you does not exempt you from the penalty of being cut off. Parties living in the outskirts of the city will please arrange to either send check or money, or make arrangements with one of the banks to pay their accounts. Don't think that you will be the favored one we will enforce the rule regardless of excepas tions. Hickman Ice Incorporated Coal Co. butter lino of fresh meats wilt 1)0 'found nuywhoro than nt Matheny Hros. & Plant No : : J. T. DILLON, Manager !JMMMMlMMMMi1MIMMMMMJlMl1tjiB S wlFfwA Ail Electric -- Lamp $bM With a Long Cord Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, frc. Jit OfIce. samples. is a good thing in the house at night. By its 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. fl Hickman Ice & Coal Co. (Incorporated) or. t. xixjXi03XT, an-.-, 3vrsn. x.-AJrjibJ'- . 'litti.i. . i 'jiBr.-'ifftf- i W T - if .', 'The - & & .' - If f -- r Courier's Weekly Sermon t- - -- - ltjr PANTnll 111 SSH1-V- T '' mtmmmmmimmmimmmsim jf. !Jj LESSIlCASH Pittsburg Lump Coal (Cash with order) ' Bon Air Lump Kentucky Lump 0 prices as follows: 1 V- -i -- A ? . 3U a J ut OF iW 'f.W?. Ky. Lump Coal HICKMAN rj MARBLE. WORKS i vriir ihiii11 i iv , f- THOUSAWS DEMONS . 4:.90 4.75 4.75 INFEST EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE 4.50 i- When cash doesnot accompany order I charge extra for making collection, which will make the Pastor Russell Shows From tho Blblo Their Origin and Tholr Pernicious 'fluenco fr - Upon Mankind. Let me snvc you money on your conl. - m ji i 1 - r T0A DILLON. Sr Prop. Kuroeor In 11. Itniiimniie ilrtf Marble and Granite Monuments tectp-zi' M Pittsburg Lump Coal Bon Air Lump Coal . 5.25 Kentucky Coal ..5.25 Prices based on delivery within the city limits. Parties out'of town desiring to haul their own coal will be allowed 40 cents per ton deduction from'prices quoted. You can leave your order, accompanied with cash, at the office of Hickman Ice & Coal Co., or phone 48 if you you wish order sent C. O. D. No one has authority to extend credit, so don't ask for it. I will appreciate your patronage, an i by selling strictly for cash can give you security against an exorbitant advance in prices. $5.40 Jf4P'1 fr ti ' ln N. J., February It It rook Academy of Mu ' " crowded to-abOAo Trenton, STAHR I STEVE PHONES BOTH Spirits today. Including mediums, freely arknow ledge that many of th epHHs whl. h communicate through them are nKheil spirits" and seducing- - spirits 1) Just as 81 Paul said (I Timothy Hut l llevlng the spirits that they repre sent dead human being, tbe medium om of them good nituiallt eupre Th. Hltile alone .II that they are all and that thW aro not human splr Its at all. that dead men are dead and know nothing and can communicate nothing so long aa they sre dead, and that th. r will remain dead until the morning, whan tho aleeplng boat of humanity will hear tho vote of the Son of llsn Demons Once Holy Angels At one tlm sold lastor Ituaselt all the Satan anrls wi-- duly mans being nmt to dea eprrtenei. as fl.it Knrly In angtla were permitted to sinner the holv h in f lliwhlp with him for a two foW pur p. ill T ive them the opportanlty to do nil In Ihelr power to lift up the fallen r i thai nubeequently H might P' t nt thl i waa Impossible and that the r. oot only the best I in ilevla.il lv Clo.1 l , i the onlv plan of aalvallon for aaan JsT ' i r liu5aitjBi ifc- CURDING, STONK WORK OlKINDS. IRON FENCING Hickman, - i ift- - KtntutK llull on the He declared tuple our ffiodrrn Inthe televentions graph Iho telephone, wlili wire nnd withoutthe masses find It dimcult to believe what tho lllble hes respecting eplrlt phenomena. Yet. tfi on l lie &tlr linn J there Is a claw grow-lnlarge which, under the nam of rpintlem anil iwychic phenomena, are mrrlol dereled by nicked spirn He the dead ami who Klvo, its who tlir.niKli optrtt medium. clairvoyant; etc. xnrl.ius ill muiiiinitli na of luteJUKence and of aitiuahitsiuo with human affairs. This t e years, has Rath cla - within the I errd to Its immtMr !i names of some s. I. mists both In America and prominent Grmt Hrltaln These are telllnx the world that tin ari- - nut silrlttMltsts. but nlen-tl- i and thit they are eetentllteally demonstrating k idually. with nvoro and more natl-fn- n n that they are In touch of with si p. rhuirun Intetllgeneea UUInR th. . sciential and the spirit medium vfl' im they use full credit for all thit they claim In tho nay of manifestation Bnrt full credit for sincerity. Paster Unwell holds that the INbte gives a Utter explanation of the phanemena-w- i mere rational one and. In Ills oplnlan. the only satisfaitur) explanation of the findings of eplrltuallstn and scientists alone these cl tlmW nolwlthatanJ-tii- Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY IMtOSnUllANT MRKtmtHM II. MWIIAN'tN J.-- fle aa pr. be-In- it rur Iw.J.M. A1.HXMH IIUHMAHK ""' " TIIHMJJHI.I' T.A.I.HIIWI1III R. M. IHUHH t J ii A. A. FARIS VV' Wc combine nlisolulc wfcly wilh Rnllsfnctory service, ,u ofier our tleX)aitors the most libeml trentment consntn with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME. DEPOSITS It III i Jf rii-- 11 I HAN KN I'reatdrm It i JA ItWIAur TlhMIMN i Aaat lUahler Special Clubbing Offers, Every reader of the Courier can g secure all of the six beautiful rose bushes described below without charge. They are all well rooted ono year old plants, guaranteed to reach jou In good condl-UoS panied Each collection will be accomwith full Instructions on planting and care. BLACK ROSE Tbo Black Iloso marks the highest attainment of the hlbrldizers skill. For urnm fnrm and color the large beautiful f loners look as if thoy wore cut from tho Heaviest uarK rich velvet. WHITE KILLAItNEY The wonder, ful new "Irish Beauty" unfolding broad wax like petals Into enormous semi-ful- l f loners of puro snow white. PRESIDENT TAFT It Is a strong, robust, vigorous grower. The flowers are faultlessly formed, extra largo and double, the color an exquisite shade of bright sparkling pink. YELLOW KAISEMN It is a robust, healthy groner, very hardy bush on which great masses of exquisite golden yellow roses are borne. IUIEA IlEID Great masses of large aouoio Honors of the richest velvety red are produced on the whole blooming season. DOROTHY PERKINS In habit of 'bloom, It Is extremely free, producing floners in immense clustors. The color Is nn exquisite shado of clear shell pink. Send us only $1.25 to pay for the Courier one year and Tho Farmer & Stockman ono year and wo will send jou these six beautiful everbloomlng rosea postpaid and absolutely freo of This Is tho greatest offer ever mad and it may be withdrawn April first. Order now before the supply is ex- ktn.l : XfM't'""!! A. M. TYLERl Attorney-at-Law tit i.is't - tb- - r "od wlaned to prove -t or ilv ii iii r r n nl th y lines. l and Motor Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. XZloluuAu, Ky. Office with C Judge B. T. Davis Cash Book Store Splendid Selection New Books Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Call and Bee Our Stock Kerjrtlilng Mary Berendes & Co. . KELLY SMITh Jittorncy-at-Law charge Clinton, Kentucky Onfttnth of Jtl (tts to hausted. CMslUnlh. Address all orders to the Hickman Courier, Hickman, Ky. All of It. Some of his friends hoard Atlas sighing and asked him what was the mat- Money to Loan. I loaa money on farm lands In O lilon and Weakley Counties, Tenu., iind In Fulton County, Ky. About one-hal- f the cash value of a farm 'fill be loaned. Loans made In sums of $1,000 or more for five years with privilege to borrower of paying same :ifter one year In full or making any iJzo partial payment desired at Interval of six months after the expiration of one year. Interest being stopped on partial payments made. Call on or write O. SI'UADLIN, Attorney-ut-Latt Union City, Tenn. "I'vo got a world of troublo on my shoulders," he answered. PROOF POSITIVE. ter. In heathen lands magic iind black art aru practised and. to ronsHsraule extent, the demon are worshipped In China, for Instance, our ordinary firecrackers are manufactured ami ueed In great quantities In endeavor to rtd themselves of Intruding spirits, who harass their liven and even make some of them Insane through ctwexlon. many of the insane of cHtllzed Bt lands are likewise merely obsessed Paul tel's us that the irods wham the worship are demons and not KOds heathen 1 Again ho tells or il t'orluthians x do. trim s of demons" (I Timothy IV, 1) All oxer heathendom tbeae false doctrines bate been more or lee established, taking one furm or another to suit th conditions and prejudices of the people And who will m) that Christendom has not hnd Its share of these doctrines of demons Who will my that some of these fa' doctrines did not get worked Into all of ow creeds of the "dark ace.' both Catholic and I'roteatantT Jesus Cast Out Demons The Scriptures tU u that not only Jesus cast out demons but that as an e!drnc of th4r authority and his authority he a"ne this power to his Apostle when he sent them out to preach Everyone Is fiimlll.-- r with the INMe narrative respecting these demons some of them ve:y starttlna; I'or instance, our Lord's to the country of the Oadsrenes. where he waa met by a crazed man. olMeMHd of evil spirit. Tho Master addressed not the man but the demons of whom a legion had taken possession crizlng their victim by their various and rontradh lory euajgeaUon and commands A legion of thorn were in him and tber requested that If they must ceme out trjry le granted opportunity to go Into th herd of swine nearby no anxious were lh y for earthly, sensuous life Jeeus granted their request, because swine ownli g was forbhlden to tbe Jew under the I.aw Tho effect of tho demoniacal obee.loh of the swine im to craxe the hi rd until they ran violently down a ste. p pltce and wero choked in the sen Th object of the demons may have been n de sire to reside In nnd nltsoss the swine, or possibly, by destroying the swine, to amuse Indignation against Jesus (Mark v II) Another remarkable Instance was the one when Kt Paul commanded the evil spirits to come out of the obsessed woman who was n soothsayer or fortuneteller and prophesied that Paul and Bllaf were servants of Ooil Although tho me sage waa on endorsement of them. 81 Paul realized that an endorsement from a demoniac source was unworthy of his (Arts, xvl JJHD MasUr and of hjs O vl-- lt 1 sn rlollt thi se who ut Misif" and who ale A'n it 4 i mie nlih him and talked with him lit whom h kn. w not to be anrels until tne eon on of their visit (Oomal i xM tt. re are many other aVrlptural f lie It noted f ImiUr ImpiMrt tn n r thnl ell th account o enawrb hy mil r'i It t. : - .i r th flood frosa thai time on In I) niigi is U.aus. on aervunl o s ml lie ui hoi sneks. .r.. .! prlvl hv the Almighty ? the sin p.v. r if mntirlallaMth'n They were put s ct darkneea. Invtlbllll r r. us Thoa angels which A ll. sn ih At n I ir i In nn ' i n ai .. i iii 'i i to Ihi tr 'he prtncto ol hi- never had been test everything was In reaport I rr "S d ii I r he angels appeared a si i iii t I tn in b dies f. r InslKBee Books and Banks Choose your bank with the anmc enre unci dm the criminntion that you aelrct your !xok-np- pIy some hish stnndnrd that you do in the selection of your personal friend. This is the exact, crucinl tent that wc invite from intending customers. Of course our own stnwlnrdu arc as high tin yours Let us meet on a common plane of good faith ami business courtesies, viewed in the branded! light You hnvc no! a legitimate banking need that wr cannot successfully meet -- and to your complete sn! isfaction. Investigate. I i . In- - rv.d them In hslns of the liHlgnw-n- t of the great in lirkt Clsowbjare II I Jnd O da ill aa having b. n 41a ii. jr.- - n I rn-- l t ..t.. II nt In i he ils a of N.h whU the Ml I UI t rep. ring ark Thl Sin of ths Falttn Angels The AMstU declnree thai tb'lr sin was H)f this In Ii i ng their own habitation to live In n meant lhat they prefrr-- l a materialised form aa human hoaaar rather than to live on In saarll piano, whtoh woj Qed's will and provtston for them. i kjii il r aa i ni rrtate lie rest Jam I tr -- We pny 3',' on Saving Deposits. HICKMAN BANK WC WORK WEAKENS THE KIDNEXS. Itni), Cashier ISO PHI, Asst (.miner Doan's Kidney Rills Have Done Great Service for People Who Work In Hickman. Most lllokuian pojl ork wrory day lu some strained, unnatural no ulUon bendUi k conttaHtly ovor a dmikrldltiK on Jollliig ik cars doing laborious liuusvwork: lift Inf. roachlng or pulling, or tryltnt the back In a hundred and ono other ways. All Oiwmj strains toad to wear, woakBii and Injun tho ktdnoys until thuy fall buhlnd In IhVIr work or filtering tbo poUoiw from th blood. Doan's Kldnoy Pills cure sick kldnois, put new utrongth lu bad bnoks. Cures nifected In tills locall ty ronn tho strougost proof of tholr offlclouc). Head tills tttsUmoiiy. J. F. Ildleinnn, bnrbur, Plsiiut-Port- , Ky., sa-s- : "Aii)ono who fol Iowa my occupation rsqulnM a strong back, for t!i long hours spent at thu chair, bring a stoady steady strain on tbo muscles or tho loins. I una in protty bad Hliapo and couM djot work with nny degree or oomrort Doan's Kldnu) PIUb wure flnull) brought to my nttontioii and ullllug to try anything that might clieck my troublo, 1 proourod n box. They promptly rolleed the pain In my back and tho kidney secretions uhlili bal beon scnniy and dlHtreawliig u passage, boenmo natural." For salo by all dualors. Price COc. Foater-MllburCo., lluffalo, N. V., solo ngouts for tho United States. Kumembor the iiamo Dojii' and tako no otlior. 1 XaI3-A.7TC Business -- Dircclorv ASK FOX XAThS I LAUNDRY l -- AT- t IKHneLlH W. J. MsMUnRY Attrney-a- t Law WJ Bradley & Parham's Ilaskrl leavei every Tuesday aflernoon I laH IInIMIimc UrrkMWH. K) Dentlit 01 on. C. M. CRUTCHFICLD t Best Work Lowest Prices Davidson's old stand. Phono h Hickman, Ky HICKMAN FUHNITURC Co Funeral Olreetors and Cmbalmr ipi Can't Work tired, discouraged and miserable, take Cardui, uie woman s tonic. Cardui Is prepared for the purpose of helping women to regain their strength and health. Not by doping with strong drugs, but by the gentle, tonic action, of pure vegetable herbs. BM Don't Blame the Hen When ii (i--t Phono 20, day or ulKht Hickman, Ky. W. F. MONTGOMERY When you feel that you can hardly drag through your daily work, and are lliiil I tis Ir Ii Undertaker Knurs nnd drhttrs funilaahshort notlco - Wert dootl when she Inid them You ran Kxamine Insuranre Companies and yu run Can tile K(r.(ji, but after all isn't it beat to demand the kind of imtnance th.it vou know is pood all of the time ? l S WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. 11i o11h R. TV TYLER only up to ildio dairy lfu I Ui u County Dr. Bell's AntisepticSalve Good for all Skin Diseases. A. K. Kennedy, tho Insurance man, has moved his office upstairs over Drevard'a store. You are Invited to call and see him. Phone CI. a'lxvt rand DR. BELL'S ANTI-HAi.- S For Internal ant! External Pains. Tako out that Instirnnro today. You Our 20c cotfeo Is a may bo next to burn out. Kunnedy, try IL ItutUirswortk. tho Iusursnm Man. world-boate- r CARDUI Winks cruel-henrted A. PraUisr His Matter's Voice. r My landlady Is a woman. lllnks Why do you think so? Tk Hickman Courier and Weekly Winks She. says she enjoys seeing Appeal, both ono year timerclal her boarders have good appetites. 1 11.26. Get them now. I'alephone No. 4 for better meats Hogular sorvlces at tho Presbyier- groceries. f Inn church Sunday morning and tun Ing Tako HERBINE for Indigestion. It rolloves tho pain In a few minutes end forces the fermented matter a hlch causes tho misery Into tho lowels whero it Is expelled. Price EOc. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. C The Woman's Tonic Mrs. L. N. Nicholson, of Shook, Mo., writes: "Before I began to take Cardui, I was unable to do any work. I have taken 5 bottles and have Improved very much. I can do the most of my housework now. "I can't say too much for Cardui, it has done so much for me." Your druggist sells Car- duL Oct a bottle today. Lord Fllr Ithum (about to retlro. to his valet) Wnko me at daylight, don't lot Out bUmed sun rise too early Jut-gins-b- Dr. Bull's At the Lyric, Tho Tuylor Stoak Co., .March, and 15. 13, Pino-Tar-Hon- ey For Coughs and Colds. For that tired fuulliiB tako N Spring Hnrsnparlllu, u ullmula liwiUliful tonic Helm & HIIIhoii ter. Uottorswortu Ask for Omega Flour. None but& PrathiT. x 1 1, Oot tho building habit. A good treatment ror n cold lu the lungB Is u IIKIUtlCrC'H nut-tie- d Tho llniw Human Co., Iirtws hnnil nnd ordliiuitrn, Aluroli at7tli. J. A. Cobiirn's (IrtMitar Mlnstrols, dnio Intor. Particular women tiao Holm's Ihuul Croain Ixtlon for their Iiluxlon. Ask your druggist. W GROCERIES U33JST Pratt's Poultry and Stock food at Helm & Ellison's. Ph one' C. H. Moore IlEI) Pl.'PPIlIt POKUS PLATi:il to tbo cbtst to drnw out tbo influmatloii and liAJ.LAUU'S HOKE IIOUNU SYHUP to relax tightness What wo fcny o do wo do do You get tbo two remedies for tho Hickman 1'urnlturo Co. price or ono by buying tbo dollar slzo Ilorcliownd Syrup, tliero is a porus plaster rrea wltli each bottlo. Sold Moving pictures Paturdsy nlbt, by Hickman Drug Co. d Remember, If you don't send tv cash with your coal order, I charjo you 10 per cent extra for collectlia A. A. Farls. W J Cook has a work horso ho will trado for a colt. tl"' titf-- i.. "f'-ii- it a J. 0. Stubbs ladrd Building, orr Brevard's Mora I'fcwi. No. SI DENTIST THE hickmAn COURIER. !!!!1J!L thn HEJE mam that rour mb erlptlon b expired Kenew promptly lljrru want the paper to come to you after tlilt mon li A BLUE MARK " Hdvariising OLDUBT PAPKB Is the Team that Pulla me Nn. .111 IN WIIBTERN KUNTOOKT mil nf m. n , i " " Aafl a SPankin' DoDd TBa"- - vnr.niiF. m GnipB thB RxIbs of Your Wagon, Old Man. and Let's Hitch Up HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1911. WHOLE NO. 3U4LO ESTABLISHED IN TBE TEAR IHritl How Pres. Taft Economizes VKSA St)U N. 37 ?S "Whirl-wind- " Sntior o and Snappy Anoilier new .. . UtUMJtll 1)11 r the last the last which hus proved to la Taft consistently economical? Ttio answer In tlint not only hus his udmlnlutratlou beju fur from "economical," but that It has boon tho costliest In tho history of tho United Hiatus. Tho federal oxtlmatos for 1012 am higher than for 1111. and 1911 tins been higher than 1110. Taft Bpent moro money In keopliiK up tho White house In tho year IU10 tlmii any president bad for a Mlmllar perlcxl Here ure some flgureii Hint show what It cosIb the people or tli Unltel Htntes to provide n tmlnco with all tho pomp and splendor of a potentate for our 30(ipound president .1 M- ,,- -t To'"l $320,420 he such u whirlwind success. This stylish model is one of the most popular this season. High heel. High toe. Four buttons and don't forget thut these are button duyjf for times. Hiitfs the heel with a gentle tfrip. Salary of Ihe President S76.UOO Traveling etpenseH S4.000 eruuient's vxpeiiHe. hl(,'le AutomohlliM ami Si.OOO It contH about $10,000 an hour to I'oiitlnueut fund 86.000 run the hous of Jie While houae Improvements .. 40.000 populnr'brniK-of rongroflS. r'uriilbliiBH mui drnporlitt .. lt.000 From the enr 100z to 1010 tho Hwretartes and tilsrks CtllO nrmynnd nnty eonsuined $1.IK1.200,. Cnro of Hrouuds R.000 000. During tho eight years prooed Mghtlng ! 1.00 Ing the Kpaulhli war HSOOtolSOS) tho Putil C.0O0 government spent $61,800,000 to mainItopnlr of greonhouao X.000 tain tho army and navy. Thbi means 11,000 Cnre of greenhouse an Increase of over a billion dollars. I'rluttiiK S.000 And the end Ih not yet. It cobU over a quarter of a million dollars u year to provide for Taft. And It cost J26.000 a year to havo Lincoln In tho white house! Tuft iilono Is not to blamo. Our dear statesmen on Capitol IIIII arc responsible, too They first tralsed the president's Halary to 176.000, with tho uiidoratnndlng thnt It wnHto cover his traveling expenses. Itut at tho lam bossIou npiiroprlatwl SL'C.OOO ex tra. Then by unanimous consent thaj mlstd their own BiilaiieB from 6,000 to J7.J00. They built beiiutlful mar-- ' bio office buildings for themselves,'' with nil kinds of limirle nt tho gov- - j I ! r i v- - .? v.i -- 33&? KR MiVNA mv ViJ . Hirw V V v x 3 i , . c . YV f-"c- ft jrcs 1S v-- r,J' ' v? j "K,'. -- - i'r KWU 'rw.;M.fe;.' -- Ih, l I- - rm cx rt"? Jaai r s. II W iLKK!8r-:ii- m kA, . 5i TlfV v 2ir.?vr7kr-'.- i ri 1 M .' (l? .' ''.' - . kHk'l ii '' aSM5&i. kA ?S SSfl'l I &iw&& mMMA tai$ f Si Fits the foot fore uud aft. Perfect style perfect comfort. Short of Help, Two Irishmen died. One went to heaven and the other went to hell. Mike cnlld down from heaven nud naked I'nt how lie was getting along. "I'm shoveling cohI," wild I'nt. "Do you have to work very hard?" "Not vry." ho wild, "we luive shifts. I only work about three hours n day." I'at (hen Inquired of .Mjke how ho was making It. "I'm swooping down the golden stairs." "Ik you hnto to work very-- hardl" "Yea," said Mlk. "I have to work about eighteen hours a day ns wo are short of men up hero " Union City Is fixing to oxMhI hor olty limits. Snmo thing needed here. Mrs. Jenulo Karllu, of Jordan, has been spending sotornl days with Mrs. Kinma .Stephens. Ready For You. Tho ilentli chair, to be used In electrocuting condemned prisoners nt tho Kddytllle penitentiary. 8 finished. Tho clmlr, was built at the Sherrlll-Itusseiitant, nt l'nducah. It Ih of light colored, heavy oak. substantially built, nnd with padded seat and adjustable back, also padded. Clamps for tho slioulders. for tho nnna and ttie ankles, with a rap, all to bo fitted with OleotruduB, complete the death dealing outfit, when properly connected with tlio current. Tho chair's gives no Idea of tho horrible use to which It Is to bo put, but whon visitors sat In It Just "for tho sensation," and felt tho luniks settle down upon their limbs. nnd realized they couldn't mow. they appreciated In a small mensure tho helpless agony of anticipation through which the condemned man nuiBt go for the fow ml nut us preced ing his demlsu. Mrs. J. T. Stuphuns visited hor sla nt Union City, CPOSSETT SHOE "MoAes L,'&s to $6 ererywhtre. Lwh) A. Croit.lt, Inc.MaUr, Nnli AUmiH, Mui. ll ' CLCr--'Bfe- A ii Htm WaIc Easy J Copirlnht Hart ScUtSoer & Mm Smith & Ambers Machinery Shipped, haa been shipped for V A Dodds" new brick plant, to bo lixated un what known as ttio Jna. Iiarn.-r- t piano southwest of the oily limits TtU ninchliwiry U for tho making of prised brick, wblch nro far Buporlor to tlio oll band moulded Olll-H- Machinery J. It. M liner, our popular County Commissioner, it as here on buslnosH from Fulton, Monday. U tho Kentucky going to wear the best clothes YOU'RE this Spring if we have anything to say about it. You'll come here to get them; . yards to take euro of shipping orders. In Washington a womnnlury fined Ho x(Mtii to havo IiIb now plant In n man for swearing. This Incident oporotlon about April Int. ami will will not help tho oauso of woman sufturn out as fluo brick ns modern ma- frage In Fulton county. chinery will make. l'ractlenlly till of Uio 20.000 troops ordered to tho Texas border havo arA woman will ynnk up (ho guy rived at San Antonio or (lalvestou. ropes of hor comet until alio almost ami at both places are onenuiiH-d- . wjui'Httii hor hoiiI out of pine, put n further orders fiom the War lead bird on her hat nnd go strutting Department. Impression A general around town soiling tickets for nn prevails among the men thnt they to entertainment to raise money to send nro to bo nctunl fighting-du- o a lot of missionaries to some foreign the fact thnt they hnvo been heavily cIIiiiii for tho purpose of teaching civ- provlBloned and supplied with ammuilization to tho licathoiiR, who havo nition no blanks. never known what It wax to wear u corset, nnd who havo boon struggling along In tho Ignorant belief that birds woro created to sing, Instead of being worn on a lint. I.iifollo Wock-lHqulrt. y Mr. Dodds lion a loreo of iiiun at were tooting their horn. work building largo sheds nnd otherThe moving picture business Is toHonestly, do you think thnt 441 day tho greatest wise Improving tho yurds which worn "fail" In tho world formerly opornti-on a lltniul scale. congressmen could como n oarer sav They are used In almost ovory city, , A prlvnto switch will bo built to tho ing the country than 30 IT town and hamlet In the United States Club la going to ter, Mrs. A. J. Murphy, do any boosting, Its about time tltuy several days-- last week. Hart Schaffner clothes ; Si Marx With Democratic loaders of the house In conference on a program, tho Impenchniont of tlio Secretary of the Interior Ilalllnger ns a feature of tho extra session loomed up as a strong probability. Representative 01 lie James, of Kentucky, who was ranking Democrat In tho Ilalllnger I'luchnt Investigation. Is leading tinmovement to Impeach Ilalllnger. He said that he will lutnxluce a resolution, demanding a trial of tho cabinet officer nnd nn Investigation of every department by a Democratic house committee. - we bought them for you, and we'll show you just the suit we have in mind for you when you come in. You can buy lower priced clothes; but you're likely to find them more costly Suits $ 8 and more. 1 We have other makes, too, at $10, $12.50, up to $16.50 all the very best values we can find at the prices. Give i us a trial this Spring. SMITH & AMBERG Woman's Work. lho quiet faithful way In which a woman often of superior Intellect, nud decided talent fur higher things, will dish-wnsall tier life away for her husband nnd children, la a uiur-v- i of patient endurance. Hero tho rltude of woman Is tho heaviest-Nhooner is hor work dono than It requires to bo done over ngaliu. Men take contrac's of work on them, finish them, and they uro over for nil time. The prospect of ending them uud drawing pay for tho labor In alluring. And woman's work holds no such promise. She washes on Mot:-il.i.after Monday the same garments until there Is no moro of thorn to wiwh; then they are replenished by new ones like old, nnd tho rubbing and wringing goes on until tho worn-ou- t Everybody needs a box couch. I hands uro folded for their eternal and only root. She mends stockings, mako them to your order. Chas. with Uroto8B fidelity, week after week Ward, over Kuqua, Helm & Co. h self-cultur- e 1 v lUiynoldH-Mot& Co., who recently purchased tho lumber ynrdB and Block of tho lllckmaii Uinibor & I'lanlng Mill Co., announce that they havo Increased their stocks by soveril thoiiBand dollars, and urn now pro pared to fiirnltdi lumber nnd malarial for building nny kind of a structure on uliort notlco nud at reason-ablprices. Kid. V. II. Owen, of Henderson, Tenn., will fill htn regular nppolnt-nien- t ut Mt. Mormon next Sunday. A pedal collection will bo taken for foreign missions. Everybody Invited. YOUR HOME Correct and Artistic Decoration at Moderate Cost. Clarence I). Hlllmati, n mllllonalro town iilto promoter, wan found guilty In ttio Federal Court on tho charge of ubIiii; tho iiiiiIIh to defruud. Thero Ih not much beliiK said In tho papers now of a political nature. Yet, wo may expect everything to begin to boll In a few dayu. Rose Comb, It. I. Hods nnd Silver I.acid Wyandotte eggs for sale, $1 for n sotting of 17 Mrs Florence 2p nice, Illckinan, Ky. Henry UohcIi Company's OUUaio N York represent For the Seaon of Ninctcen-elevcthe bet llie World allurdt n WALL PAPERS 9irapU A HI XIS m$M fflt tK m fit y iSSU 3iJ lllffitf m i owwf t3mw and year after year. Kvery morning the same rooms are to be put lunrde r, only to be In tho wildest disorder by evening. Tho fcame stockings, the same washing, tho same cleaning and cooking In endlosH rotation, which. If done promptly and properly leaves t J lime for reading and which, aside from tho pleasure It affords tho woman, Is the only menus r fitting one-sel- f for tho Intellectual culture of children. What wonder Hint omon are not thinkers, or that the daughter of suc cessive generations are npld, uncultured creatures, Incapable of forming an opinion of the most Important subjects of human consideration. There Is too little brlghtnusu in the lives of women. They havo too little help In their domestlo Marriage Licenses Tho following were granted license to marry In Obion county last week n. I.. Waldrop and Ueulah Chapman D. King and Oma Ooodwlu. I. J. Cavonder and K. L. Cunning ham, M. V. Uruco, Jr., and I.lllie Malu gen. A. 1'. Lofton and Annie Knight It. D. Johnson nnd Mnttlo Chandler II. C. Brown and Kdna Wade. W, I.. Marshal and l.ona Douglas J. , piltci tltfnllaa. foiul nuJ. rbertUnoobllniloijIopytcln.e Ci4 l tiiien len tfluw will iccelie buki ikown II to" llilnc "i " iil Iromf Jlile A Smooth Skin lllack Hoods. Chaps, 1'lmples, Sores nnd all unhealthy conditions of tho skin nro unsightly and detract from the looks, ltii a box of Dr. Hell's Antiseptic Snho, a creamy, snow white ointment, apply as directed and your skin will be as clear as a babes At all dealers In medicines H fe IP. i ""fpr .vi TIN WORK PLUMBING First-Cla- ss y. MWlffiff 4SNIF VHPISP AJ s Vft v LUMBER Reynolds-Mos- & Co. Spring Opening Sale! SATURDAY, MARCH 18 Naylor Mercantile Co., Caijce, Ky, We desire to announce to the public that we have just received the nicest and best selected stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes and Oxfords, etc., that have ever come to this market, and we want the people to come to our store, Of course we want your business and are going to offer you special inducement! to come and bring your eggs and poultry. We are going to give you value th4t will pay you to come nnd bring your produce, will pay you the highest market. 18 pounds best granulated sugar to the dollar. Best calico made at 5c per yard. Pratts and International Poultry Powder, 20c per pkg, 25c size. Hope Bleached Domestic, 8 Vc per yard. I omnn Vnnilln nnd nil flavoring extracts 8c Der vial. , And other values too numerous to mention. -- Box couches mado to order. Ward See M. REAL ESTATE for sale. B. Shaw. Judge F. S. Mooro was in Pulton, Thursday. Work Guaranteed. Reasonable Prices. It pays to pay cash for your coal. A. A. Farls. Mies Ruth KImbro visited Fulton friends a fow days last week. Everything In lumbor and builders' & Co, hardvvaro at Reynolds-Mosa W. A. DODDS Plumbing: and Tinning: Phone Orders to Lumber Office. Both Phones No. 34. John Owen, of Pulton, is helping to get thew laundry In running order Co. Standard garden seed of every do scrlptlon at Bettors worth & Prather's. Tom Thompson, who has beeti quite low with pneumonia, Is Improv Ing. .., Mayor W. V. Caulfolld. of Oloster. Miss., orders Uie Courier for another year. WITH MILK. E. R. Ellison Is making some im THE HICKMAN COURIER "Cover, Western KentaJk LikttWDrw" CLEANING How to Use ths Leftover Contents of proovoments residence. on hla "RlvorWiw" 3PEER & SEXTON, Rates, PUBLISHERS $1.00 Subscription per year Next Thursday Is the day set for tins convention at Columbus for a Democratic candidate for iho state legislature from this district. It Is high time the voters of this district were making up tholr minds whether or not It shall be a couveutiou "by and for tho politicians," or whether a good, sate, hou-"s- t man shall represent us iu next legislature. Presuming that the people need uot know anything about vvhat goes on, no announcements have oeca placed before the people of this iectlon soliciting fear or fat or, aud .ho game goes on with impunity. It is said there are about a half dozen men who aspire to this office, with politician thrown in try i gum-shong to hold the strings on one or two it them. It Is unfortunate for the taxpayers that wo didn't have a primary, but it isn't too lato to select good man for Representative. But jnless some Immediate action Is tak-jthe politicians will control the contention and the ring will not be jroken. It Is up to the voters to select the right kind of delegates at the precinct conventions nest Tuos-Ja- y who will represent them at on the following Thursday. uoiul-uatlug o us the Pitcher. It "seems cruel Irony to clean house) wlih milk when It U ho high even for those win) wish to drink it, but sour nnd xkiin milk nod buttermilk are jut as jjvm1 for IliN purpose, so It Is not so cxiHiiwht' us It sounds. Ituttermllk Is the best possible thine Just to clean lluoU'um and oilcloth. mop It up with a soft cloth nnd watch the dirt taken off by the application. About once a week is often enough for the cleaning. Klther skim or sour milk will make niblior plants grow. Wash the leaves with a soft cloth In milk nnd water, Honglng ouch off carefully Inside and out and touting the remainder of jour Imsln Into the ground of the tub. The plant grows and thrives on It Milk well rubbed luto the wood makes a good furniture polish also, keeping the shiny surface In good con You do not need frequent dltlon treatment. At houseclenulug time is ofleu enough So here are three ways at least of using the leftover nnd spoiled contents of the milk pitcher. In the time to get the family treasure Ux down from Its place on the rloset tdiolf nnd tako an nccount of our Mtock of rlbtHins aud laces and other tidbits which come In handy for trimming the children's school bats or adding n few touches to our own Inst year's chupeau. Many of tho old ribbons may be used to very great advantage If they are properly fresh-sueWhsIi the rlblmu In warm soapy water l'o not rub the sonp on tbo ribbon, lint rinse the rlblion In clear wiinn WHtcr and then roll It round n glints lHittle which has been covered with a xoft limine!. The gloss nnd prettj flnlsli of the ribbon will bo spoiled If It U prottsed with the warm Iron. The drying over the glnss bottle will make It look almost as good as County Attorney Honey and 8h riff Joliiibon were In Pulton on btixiii km Thurwlny. The lady bringing or sending in the greatest number of eggs on Saturday, March 18th, we are going to give a handsome $2.50 dining room fruit picture free. We will likewise give a prize every Saturday to the lady bringing the greateit number of eggs. Prize to be announced one week in advance. A. PRIZE to Men. Of Interest It prices and quality will get our trade, we are IL Hickman Furniture Company. Mrs. Carl Schmidt wont to Pulton Monday to visit her mother, Mrs Geo. Jones. Chester Harding left Frlda) for Konnott. Mo., nfttor n visit with his futhur. II. II. Harding. Butlor, of tho CarrleHton. Republican force, was In this city on business Saturday. S. Mo., C. Upholstering of every description Bring in )our old furniture and get It fixed up. Ward, over Puqua IMtu & Co. A dispatch from Washington states that it Is virtually assured that South Trim bio, of Kentucky, will bo appoint ed clerk of tho next House. This Is the time for spring fencing. New carload Pittsburgh Perfect fenco received. Absolutely guaranteed. Let us show you. W. A. Oodds. Tho new United States Sonate will bo composed of fortyino Democrats, thirty-eigh- t "regular" Republicans and How to Freshen Ribbons. Now We have a car load of Buggies and Farm Machinery that we can't shed we must sell. 70.00 $75.00 Delker Buggies at 37.50 Hoosier Corn Planter BEST FARM FENCE MADE 20c per rod 7 Bar, 12 inch Stay, 20 inch high... " " 23c " 32 8 " " 27c " 30 9 " " " 20c M 47 10 25c " 7 Bar, 6 inch Stay, 26 inch high " " " 20c ' 32 8 " " " 33c " 39 0 " " " 37c " 47 10 good for one week only. These prices Hardware, Tools, Gear and Harness of all kinds, Roofing, Guttering, Oliver and Vulcan Chilled Plows. The Pilot Disc Cultivator, this is certainly the best Disc Cultivator made. For one week only we will sell you Pratts and International Stock Powders, 25c package for 20c, 50c package for 40c. Thorns,' Hog Cholera Remedy, 25c package for 18c $3.50 Buckets International Stock Powder at 3.00. Make our store your headquarters for 1911, and bring your produce and Respectfully, save money. thirteen "Insurgent" Republican. A well known Hickman firm will build a big branch store building In West Hickman, beginning about two months henco. Other changes will also be made In the firm's business policy. A NAYLOR MERCANTILE Caught on ths Rsbound. "Well I don t earn," nxcUlmml th angry husband, "no man of any mom would appruro of such extravacanco Tho people of Hickman will have on the part of bis wife" "Hut. my dear," calmly Inquired lhi the battleship Idaho n chance to alleged better halt of tbo matrimonial wime time during May If the big fighter can find enough water to combine, "bow do you know what a man with any snnsa would dor float her between New Orleans and HI. Louis St Louis. The people of Both Wsys. have requested tho navy lopartmeiit "Statistics jiroro that marrli la a to let the ship visit tho Missouri me tropolls, and the request ha been preventive against suicide," remarked the Wis Ouy. granted. "Well, It's n poor rule that won't Tho Mississippi Ih a mighty big work both ways," added Ihe 81 in pi o Htrenm, but It Is n little doubtful If Mug. "Statistics also provo that suithe ship can find sufficient water to cide Is a preventive axalnst marrlugti." lionilon Tit lilts. float her. Many old river niun think alio will get through, although hnr displacement Is 13,000 tons, nnd her Just Like a Woman. draft when fully coaled Is 24 feet 8 Mr. 8tubb (exclW-dly- ) Marls, who Inches. Ah a comparison the Lee In the world tnnk nil my Kama chicken I J no boats have a draft of only C to eggs nut of the Incubator fn.l left 10 feet and they are sometimes strand them on the cold floor! Mrs Stubb Why, I did, John. I fil. Hut tho spring rise which Is generally on about May will add ma- found tho Incubator thohnndlest placo In the world to raise tho buckwhoat terially to tho depth of the water. these chilly nights. Hickman has been visile by the gun boat Nashville, tho Monitor ArLEST VOU FORGET the place to kansas and a torpedo flotilla. It Is to be hoped that the present experi- get building material, paints, oil, turment will bo successful, as this Is pentine, and all necessaries In buildthe largest boat that has over under- ing and finishing a house, even to the guttering, Is at W. A. Dodds. taken to go so far up tho river. CO. big flouring mill belonging to II. B. Carlton, burned down at WIngo, Thursday night about 11 o'clock. Benew. sides the house and machinery being n total loss, 200 barrels of flour and How to Press With Paper. u aie about to press apleco n lot of grain were lost. When of llk or of ilbboii. to make an unL. P. McClavy, tho Memphis conqualified surcettH of It place a piece of o No man is in position to do his hllghtly dampened wrapping paper tractor who has, been doing some luty who is controlled by tho ambi- over It before Ironing. The paper Is work near Hickman has contracttion to be a leader or who Is always something that Is nlwnys on baud. ed a big lot of the grading of tho Is uot much trouble for & St. L. railroad's belt lino looking out for his own political fu- Therefore It you to do this 1'inl when you see tho N., C. ll re. Leadership In thought and In result of tour tperlmeut, no vestige south of town. He will look after tolIUcal action Is entirely independ-n- t of Hut on oii Inuuil piece, n newish tho work from Troy road to tho govof caucuses and conventions. He MtlfTmi'H t tin-- fabric nnd a tierfect ernment loveo in West Hickman. Mr. .eads who proposes the wisest meas- kIokh you will uoer depart from this McClavy started his forco of workmen ures and defend s them with the rule. on the Job Saturday, and will bo hero xtrongest argument. In tho neighborhood of three months How to Make Buttonholes Strong. to roovo the 45,000 cubic yards of To make the buttonholes strong In ehlldren's clothes work over ordinary dirt. The resignation of Richard A. as Secretary of the Interior, soft wrapping string, riold It on tho vas made public Tuesday and was Inside as near the edge as possible and It will nut show when the buttonholo ihen accepted by President Taft, who Is tlulshed. at once announced the appointment of Walter L. Fisher to succeed to How to Shavo Easily, Mr. Ballinger's place in the cabinet. A razor will cut more readily If It is dipped In hot water Just beforo It If used. McCracken county Is rejoicing over ihe order for 20 miles of gravel road o be built during 1911. Wish Pulton ounty could rejoice some along that No Names Galled. line. Why not make tho start by building that road from Fullon to Ilckman? Fulton Leader A farmer wsur Hickman telephoned Tuesday for n doctor to como and drugs mean everything Mrs. George It. Knight died In ono of his farm hands, who Good at the nge of 45. III. Tho doctor did because they include high grade professed to bo so and couldn't find anything the mat ter with tho man, urn! so reported as well as freshness. "That is what I thought," Bald the Remember that fact in havfarmer; "go back and tell him there Is nothing the matter." Tho doctor ing any prescription or medicwent back and naked tho man In inal recipe filled. bed "There Is not the least thing wrong with you; what aro you lying All the prescribing and dishere for?" "I know It," replied tho hired man; "Lut that man hasn't pensing of your prescription is paid me n cent for three months, and wasted unless the ingredients I Intend to stay right here until ho does pay me." "Roll over and make used in it are of the best. room for me," said the doctor, "for You will find them so at ho hasn't paid mo anything for three Hal-linge- r, The death of Geo. Roberts calls to mind tho fact that in 1S93 there were only four laboring men in Hickman. They were Wm. P. Barnc Will Plynn, Mat Johnson and Mr. Roberts. At that time w e had no factories, and four mon was ample force for demands for manual labor. Now there are more than a thousand men doing tho same work that the four men looked after 18 years ago. Battleship Coming. H.-- e JUDGE WISC Business PhlloK,. a "The Hickman worklngnui Is the legitimate M Good target of ev7f chant," says the Judge, but urn the guns used ought to be ?lV,i our PRESCRIPTION DEPT A I lino of Drugs and 8undr ' ably priced Hickman Drug Cfc Drugs Silver of Quality Helron your own Jti'igtnrtit pultrin I'M I I Screen Doors Springs and Hinges BUY NOW Mrs. Kannlo Shaw and son, M. H. Shaw, entertained their friends In the Immediate neighborhood of their home, Monday evening. Prof. Max Wlttman, n musician of note was the As wo linvo been In tho photograph main attraction. It was a musical InmlnoHH In Hlokmnn utmost 110 yenrs, treat nnd enjoyed very much by all wo nro going to show our appreciapresent. tion nnd at the same time relebrato our 20th anniversary by giving our Make them think you have a bran patrons tho advnutnge or the follow new house. Paint It this spring and Ing low prices for a Hhort time only make It look like new, W. A. Dodds CABINET PHOTOS, a doz..2.00 handles the best paint In town. POST CARD8, Notice, in.mUl ilu It llir ino.l (ml friliur. ii . m ROGERS 1. BROS a tlie name the lck of In W ul nl fancy tllvrr Ulc quality - a doz MANTILLA8, a dox 76c $1.00 that Wtai$" WMelatllmlef ' la ultrrc.1 In t Huld liv Silner TIM W. A. DODDS years." Moving picture Saturday night. CO WO ILL'S VVj Thanking ono and all for past and soliciting a contlniinnco of same, wo aro respectfully. I'HOTOdHAIMI OALLKUY. Wo thank tho many friends who Over Ledford & Hnndlo's. were with ua through tho death of our dear son and brother. He was n good boy and will bo missed, dod HI2HDIN12 cures constipation and regular bowel inovo-meutbless everyone that was with our son COo, Sold by HIckmau and brother. Anule Hum 11 auU sous. Drug Co,Price Card of Thanks, emulate deli- - ' ilmter tei Beut for lai'it IH., allow"1 JtIMU. sT Ira "l HOSH-DALIi'- k H A ff"-- fT"-- Birf? Good Lady Gone. Now on Display The Newest things in" h T UHLS. - - - m THERE hi $ jV Tim long and useful life of Mrs. Kllzalwtli Uercudes, a pioneer citizen A Lenten Delicacy i !J Hosiery, Neckwear Hats, Shirts Underwear Belts, etc. PRICES RIGHT GOODS RIGHT $jradki( Medicos Met Here, Tli" Fulton County Medical Ashocln-- t urn met In lllckmmi Iuhi Thursday, Hid thu tiicOlcoM hn.l n ery pleasant time Topic of intercut to the pro-fniuti wcro dlscugcd, and the day ih ni In friendly Intercourse. The member of tho asMclntloii In . udaure were Dm. Nay lor nnd Wright of Cnyco; Alexander, Luton ma Colin, of Fulton; Moore, 8tnt I II. Curlln, C. W Curlln, l.u-tI.iim- Prnther, Hubbard, lllsckford and liltiir, Hickman. ndtlng physicians wen) Urn Hloh-n.iuMum nml Heeler, of Clinton Tin- - association, together with two ' am Im planning a week' meet at l( lf(Hit I.nke noiiie t lino In April. e n d & VM!-1M- L!J 9arhami wj r J -- T --- a " J Formerly of Hickman. Tli following clIppliiR from n Capo Girardeau paper, chronicles tint death of Mm Joe Woltuni, who. an Miss Nettle Alma Iluckmnn, was known to a uumtar of Hickman olllzuns: Mm. Joo Woltors died ut her homo In Jackson Thursday afternoon ut 4 o'clock from la grippe poison. She had been sick only a fow days and her dtuitli come as a terrible shock to a grout tunny frlunds. Vol torn was formerly Miss Mm Nettle Alma of this ell', and wa married Juno 29th, 1210. .Slio was a morit congenial nnd pleasant girl and hor kludlluoss limdo many friend. She was n sister to Mm. Nussbuum and leaves another sUtur, Miss Paulino Ileckman, of this city. Her paruntH, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C and brothem, Resolutions Of Respect, ert,Ileckman, and three Ileckman, HobHenry Hay uro left to mourn tbo groat loss. Mr. Woltors was a member of thu WHKHHAH, God. In llli Inflnlto Methodist Church nnd from tlioru tbo ldom lias removed from our tnldnt, funeral took place Sunday afternoon. ro (1 V. Hubert, bo It runohed lln-kma- of Hickman, came to a peaceful close ut 0 o'clock Sundny afternoon, March 12 Tills good lady had been In bud health for several months, and had not been nblo to leavo hor homo for the past thrco months. Uriel's with tho Infirmities of advanced ago, was tho cnuso of her death, since 1804; in fact she, with her aerainny, Oct. 21, 1830, and came to Hickman when a more girl, where she had resided continuously Mrs. IlercndeH was born In Dogcn-ilresided In the family residence on the opposite sldo of the Htreet from tbo Courier offlco for 54 years, mov ing the first of thu year to their present home tho only move In almost bnlf a century. Mrs. Horcndes' husband, Ferdinand Uerendes, died some 30 years ago, and was a shoo manufacturer of tills plnce She wna the mother of six children, but only two survive a daughter, Miss Mary, and n son, Ferdinand, both of whom reside here. Mm Horendes wns one of the very best ladles In the world; a loving mother, a kind neighbor and held in high esteem by nil. For many yearn she had been a devout member of the Catholic Church, anil her life was nn example of goodness. Funeral services were held at tho Sacred Heart Church Tuesday morning, and she was buried by Father O'Sulllvnn, of Mnyflcld, nt 10 o'clock mass. Tho remains were consigned to their last resting place nt the City Cemetery. Tho two children have tho sincere sympathy of their ninny friends In their Inestimable loss. dls-easfam-trelcy Quit borrowing the Courier. C. O. Schlenkcr went to Cincinnati Sunday, on business. Sealshipt Oysters ', FOIl KENT: Tho Tobo Capps resi dence on Collego Hill. W. J. Harper Mrs. Virginia Uoalo la visiting the family of D. H. Itondurant, In Fulton, this week. Sheriff Johnson advertises the delinquent tax list this week, and It Is tho sinnllest In years. Co to Sullivan Dros. They can show you sonio remarkable values In boys clothing at $1.76 to $4. Mell Irvine, a farmer of this county, and Mies Efflo Jones wcro grunted license to marry Inst week. Carl Townsend left Tuesday for llounday, Miss., to spend a fow weeks with his brother, Kd Townsond Havo you over tried Snow flake Flour? Nothing butter; every sack guaranteed by Mathcuy Dros. & I'lmit The tempting flavor of old ocean's choicest food with a piquant lingering Delicious, after taste. That's Sealshipt OvMers. Positively the finest oysters taken from the finest beds less wasteful than meat at a fraction the cost. Sealshipt Oysters are grown in waters of guaranteed water-tighice purity. Shipped to us in cooled refrigerator carriers and sold by us from a clean porcelain enameled Sales-casNo water with Sealshipt Oysters no tinware no chemical preservatives. Only the freshest, purest, most delicious oyster meats, saved for our customers to enjoy. Do you value these things ? Then find out what real oysters taste like. Try Seolshipt Oysters. We sellfhem. firm-fleshe- d air-tigh- ! H t, t, e. t: i lieforu buying your spring suit, uee $20 valuu In brown, tun nnd In blue sorgo at Sullivan llros. Their price Is $13.60. that Ellison Brothers I Joo Cantlllou, Capt. Mollis Kirk and tho baseball bojs went up to Wolf Island Sunday on the White Sox and bagged several wild geese. John Meacham Is getting material on thu ground for his now residence south of the Episcopal church. It will he a house. two-stor- rrTrrwr'r'iwvvvyiwrivyrv'rtTr Jjjg gj Council Proceedings y,ffDffl March Cth, 1911. Jjj jjj, t 1 VM AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Quarterly Court. Received Fatal Shot. Walter Kirk, white, residing In tho Sassafras Illdgo neighborhood In this county, engaged in an altercation wit n negro known as "Humboldt" last week, and shot the negro through thu right breast, and his death Is mo mentarily expected Just what the trouble was, we are unablo to learn. Kirk made his oscnpe. but the officers any they will get him. Kirk was married nbout two weeks ago to a Mrs. Huddon. He lb also said to have been in thu penitentiary, nnd was a man of bad ruputntlon. Sheriff Johnson went after him Immediately nftor tho shooting When he nrrhed at tho Illdgo, Kirk learned thu officer wns there and made n dnsh for the river wheru he found n boat and got half across beforo John-socaught up with him. Ho shouted to tho sheriff to come and gut him, but of course the other bank of the river was out of the officer's jurisdiction. "Humboldt" has been In tho courts here time nnd agnln on charge of gaming and other petit offenses. u hr THAT, Fulton No. M, I. O. (I F, ban lout one of Its most loyal mid worthy members, ono who taller- d tn tbt tenet and principles taught Ir tli In order and whoso life therv-fo- r has consistent In the establishment of a reputation that all of ut may ever remember with loving pride THAT. Wo extend to hla tarearod family our heartfelt sympathies, that a copy of liietw resolutions be spread on Uio minutes of the lodge and pro imnted to tbo Hickman Courier for publication And a copy of aamo be sent to hla family. W. O, STOCKTON, A. J. J. T. WJI.KY. DILLON, CotlUUlttCM). If there Ib any truth in thu war of wottls bctucnn Uie Clinton Gazette and tho Fulton Lender, It Is n plain cum of the K)l calling the kettle hlnok. Whatever tho two newspapers may tiao to say regarding each other or their candidates It is not going to help th present political situation It hns simply reached n point where the politics In this dUtrlct is dirty nnd undignified. Thu only so lution now Is Hint the people tako the rvlnn out of the hands of thu nnd put up u man whom they know values his character nnd manhood above a few dollars. poll-Helm- Tomorrow Is St I'ntrtck's Day tho niarnln " FOIl SAIJ3: Full stock Ilhode Is"In land Ited Eggs nt 75c per sotting of 17 Nannie Self, FHD 1, Hickman. l march winds SQ Have No Terrors for the Woman Who Wears Imperial Shoes... The dainty, charming and altogether beautiful effects in Low Shoes for Spring and Summer are here in variety that runs the garnet of shapes, weights, leathers and prices. We are offering the most extensive, most varied and most fashionable lines of perfect fitting footwear in most fetcning modes. WE WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW YOU MILLET & ALEXANDER LADIES HIGH GRADE SHOES Council mot In regular session, pres Tho case of A. A. Forts vs. II. M. ent Major Dillon, Councllmen Isler, Johnson, forcible detainer, was tried That old rocker or couch needs and varnishing. Taku it Schlenker, Hale, Luten, Powell and Saturday. Verdict for plaintiff. The following cases were tried ou to Ward, over Fuqua, Helm & Co, or Shumate. Mlnuteu of last meeting were read Monday: phone 94. All work guaranteed. and on mollou approved and signed. J. T. Morgan vs. Will Ward, forci II T. Henle left yestordny for MemThe following accounts were pre- ble detainer. Verdict for plaintiff by phis to attend a meeting of the sented, properly approved and on mo- default. Lumber Dealers' Associalton, tion allowed and checks ordered isAlbert Dennis vs. J. T. Smith wick. which meets Thursday and Friday. forcible detainer, verdict for defendsued for amounts: $51.00 ant. Krhe Ward was arrested In Charles- John Wright, street work Indict- J. A. Noonon, dieting prisoiiers$34.&0 ton, Miss., last weuk on an County Court. $1.00 ment returned by the last Fulton Caldwell & Clay, repairs A regular term of thu Fulton Councounty grand Jury, for obtaining monty Court was held Monday, aud the ey under false pretenses. Sheriff Report of City Treasurer for Feb., following business transacted: Jolmton brought hi in to Hickman yes- 1911: The following fiduciary settlements terday morning. Mr. Ward's trouble General Fund Account. were filed and ordered lay over thirty grew out of a horse trade for Norris To bal. per $2009.37 Jan. report days for excepUous: King.. To ami reed Jno. Wright .. 171.15 W. S. Ellison, guardian for Louise To amt reed Tom Dillon Sr 249.40 Christian Church: Thu services at Atwood, Pruston Atwood and Atwood the Christian Church next Sunday Heirs. $2429.98 will be us follows: Sunday School S. E. Cason, guardian for Lluulu at 9:45 a. m. Sermon by Pastor Hor-nc- Ily cks paid In Feb.. $722.54 Casou. Slbcrcll at 11 a. in., subject, lly o'draft City Hall. S21.82 1544.3C F. J. Eberhart, guardian for Ethol "Fighting the Good Fight;" and at Franklin und Lottie Franklin. 7:30 p. ni., subject, "How God Draws Hal to credit this account.... $ &S5.C2 Tho fiduciary settlement of E. L. Men to Christ." A cordial Invitation King, administrator of the estate of Is extended to all. S. II. King, was confirmed. Water & Light Bond Acct. The last will of G. W. Hoberts, de$945.08 To bal. per Jan. report Mr. F,S. Moore, candldnte for the Legislature, and a party of his polit- Ti amt recti Tom Dillon Sr.. 100.00 ceased was filed, and John Pyle ap pointed administrator. ical friends, came over from HickTho transfer of ferry privileges at man last night In automobiles. Mr. Hal to credit this account.. $1045.08 this place of J. W. Ward and it. H. speech Moore expected to make a Tho Clerk reported that he bad exbut found no arrangements made for ecuted tho following deeds to Ceme Kirk to W. A. Hlnshaw was filed him to do so. Ho says be will return tery Lots and that ho holds Supt. and approved by the Court, here Saturdny to make his speech Tom Dillon, Sr., receipt for same: J. A. Sloan and ten other land ownnnd explain his nets ns a member of ers filed a petition for a now road Don Deeson, col., lot 48C size 20x tho last legislature Clinton Gazette to be established, as follows: Ueglu-nln- g IS feet, consideration $18. at tho northwest corner of W. After much difficulty tho manager Joe Smith, colored woman, lot 4S0, J. Mayes' farm and crossing the laud Opera House has succeeded In size 20x18 feet, consideration, $9. of the of the following: W. J. Mayes, Parks bonking the linns Hanson Company, On motion the foregoing reports which Is Just completing a tour of all were received, ordered spread upon & Edwards, F. II. Atteberry. J. A. Sloan, 11. L. Jolm.son, II. P. Johnson, tho largo cities of tho South. The tho records, published and filed. A. J. Hums, Ellis Mayes Hrs., J A. peoplo of Uils city should appreciate On motion three lights were orderAsbell, T. O. Asbell, E. S. Cruce, J. the efforts of Manager Dillon In se- ed put tu on Ivy street. It, Scott, Mrs. Hosa Holt, Mrs. M. J. curing this high class attraction, and On motion It was ordered that tho reward his efforts with n crowded price of all lots In tho City Cemetery Campbell, S. A. Graham, Mrs. Hosa Holt, Mrs. M. J. Campbell nnd J. house At the Lyric Mnrch 2. be put on same basis, and buralsed Champion to the Liberty road. II. Y. Prices for this engagement will be to tho highest price now charged for McConnell, P. J Oliver and W. A. 2!c r.Oc nnd 75c. any lot. Shuck were appointed commissioners On motion tho City Marshal was In- to view the route nnd determine thu There havo been about a dozen murders committed In tho lower end structed to have notices printed and damages If any. of tho county within tho past five distributed, notifying nil parties to F. E. Hoberts was appointed overyears, and unless tho better citizens clean up their premises, nnd put them seer of the Ferguson road. of that section mnko a vigorous cam- lu a sanitary condition nnd sprinkle John Now berry was appointed overpaign to put It down, crime will con- llmo nround their premises, within seer of the Fulton and Wesley road. tinue. Prosecution Is next to Impos- next thirty days, and upon their failCircuit Court. sible, according to County Attorney ure to do so to proceed against them Exchange Dank of Mayfield vs it. Honey, because those who are brough according to law. On motion the Clork was Instructed 11. Hogers et a). Suit on note. beforo the grand Juries will not give In tho facts. Whether It Is fear or to order ono 20th Century Street n dcslru to protect the llvo man Grader, price $128. Kennedy for Insurance. On motion It was ordered thnt Fulmakes no difference. Just so long ns witnesses fall to put tho facts In ton street bo opened up nnd graded tho hands of tho law, Just so long between Market street and Urooklyn will killing go unbridled In thnt com- street. On motion Coun-- II adjourned munity, Attest: II. C. Helm, City Clerk. Tho Memphis News Scimitar, esky little Memphlu sheet, almost without Arthur Gray and Mrs. Jessie Hoi-toa name and which has n reputation Hickman wore married at the Court House for "nosing in," refers to na a "boom town," trying to put us yesterday, lloth are well known citiWe have seveial fine tracts of In n clnss with a lot of Oklahoma zens of this county. towns whose bottoms havo fallen out Bottom Land, below Hickman, If you nre intending to take advanand tho milk and honey dried up. for sale, also some West Hick Hickman is older than tho oldest tage of our rose bush offer. It Is time man lots for half their real man on tho Scimitar, and Is more you wore getting busy. Tho same any value Now is the time to inconservative than Memphis. Not as bushes would cost )ou $1 75 at first class nursery. Ixok for the ofvest in real estate in and around large, of course, but wo'vo Just been fer In this Issue. You can see prices wultlng for tho good yeam of Hickman to get a hustle on ourselves, growing. Dr. Jns. M. Peck, ago 53. died at preferring to let Memphis exist for In Arllugton Tuesday. Call on or address me at Ignorance before his homo uwhllo in blissful crowding her off tho map. Peoplo Hickman. Blight "skiff" of Ice There wns a aro leaving there every day and com- lust night. ing to Hickman- - tbo "boom town;" Business Phone No, 15 According to the almnunc, spring but taku It from us, tho bottom wont begins next Tuesday. fall out, boom or what not. Ite-la- ll o i h 1. W B. G. Hale Real Estate I U1 1910-191- 1 V ! n , U - aaEJMHSjaiSEisjsiaEiajsiafaESEBajaisiaja Will StartMonday. MANY A Romance of Progress, Rev- - PEOPLE are paying too much for their drug store goods. If you are trading elsewhere you would realize this after one visit to our store. We do not pose as a cheap store however, but having everything priced at a fair figure. Try us some time and know for yourself. SHAKESPEARE The Man Who olutlonlzed Literature. ANOTHER BOAT LOAD tono of ilx tiiterestliiK nrtlclw written for Tlu lllckmnnl'ourler. Imn't full to rend It) Basi3i5ESSisiaiaai2jaiajasisEiaiaiai33a A youth of 20 the ofllctal "bnd boy" of the sednte town of Stratford was again in trouble This time on n more serious charge than the beating of night watchmen or pll fcrlng of fruit or other customs of tho place. He was ac cused of no less an offense thnn tho stealing of deor from the park of Sir Thomas Lucy, chief magistrate of tho community. Not so very many years earlier this had been a crime punishable by death. Even now In 16SC It entailed heavy penalty. The youth thus accused was Will Shakespeare, son of a formerly merchant who had iallen on that this eldest such financial son of his had been obliged to leave school at 13 and go to work Young Shakespeare was accused not only of stealing St Thomas' deer, but of writing a scurrilous poem concerning tho august magistrate himself. Altogether, Strntford became too hot to hold him. He ran away to s London. But for that episode the world might never have heard of Shakespeare. And tho march of progress In literature and language as well would have lacked its greatest Impetus. Though so young, Shakespeare had beon married for about two years. His wife, Anne Hathaway, was eight years his renior Perhaps for this reason, perhaps from poverty, be left her nnd his children behind when he went to London. Practically penniless, tho fugitive reached the metropolis and cast about htm for some means of livelihood. But he had no love for routine drudgery nor experience In higher occupa- n time-honore- d well-to-ddeer-stealln- AMERICAN I l HELM & ELLISON WIRE FENCE Stands Like a Stone Wall Turns Cattle, Horsis, Hogs Is Practically Indestructlbls I BAY The Hlcktuau Steam Lautulr t brand now enterprise In Htckmai t nouiico that they will bo read, r business next Monday. This j ! worthy Institution and right tho Mart should hnvo tbo supjK, i of overy citizen of town It is a homo con in pluylDK homo people, and sou I very disgusting washnrwoinu loin In u juoril HatlHfiictury j Their waKOii v. ill coino right door Monday and deliver )uur i. lug In from two lo three dai An Inspection of tho plant , j vlneo tho most skepllrul tba wtrlrtly uptodate, and equipp. t new nud moat modern mat Nothing U'ttt-- r In tho state . drriitnml I In- - phi lit cost about Oct llnrrlit nud A 1 i iHtly tin- - luaiiagt'r. both hou.r nrt elwr, dtnluK youu-anwith tht'lr huatle and our i IjiumI lie liirkiiinn prow n boom both to Its pr , and ltd patron. Have your bundle rndy M.., -. to Hti-au- STATE FOSS QOVERNOR STARTS PROM' Am you womlcrliiK what u, morrow? Hsillit Oyster t. quant, tasty olM unmf. ai.j tint meat Just tho thine Hold by Kill son Hrw. f. ISED INVESTIGATION. Massachusetts Taxpayer! Are to Learn What Thay Qet for Their Monoy. Roll Of Honor. examination of jut cloe.u i the follow I hk pupil aiuH'iidi-shilling poak of honor nud bright ludghu of glory: Tho arcond at too business management the various Massachusetts Boiton, Mar. 14. An investigation of nil conitnia-alston- llkkinaii School haa departments and Institutions. in which the taxpayers of too state will be regarded as stockholders or customer of the business, Is under way bero, under the direction of Gov. rnor Fobs, in accordance with a recent act of the legislature giving the governor that power. In a statement Governor Koas tells-othe reason for the Investigation and outlines the plan. "This Investigation will bo limited inainny to matters of business he says. and efficiency," "The various divisions of tbo state business will be studied as if they were departments in a business concern conducted by private capital, to determine whether they are properly along modern business lines to produce the best results. The taxpayers of the stute will bo regarded as tho stockholders and custom-ors- , and the inquiry will be conducted In their interest, to see whether they are now paying heavier running expenses than are necossary. and whether the services they buy from the utate are of good quality." man-ugeme- d WILL HARVEST U. S. COIN Fabulous Rente to Be Paid for Fur nlshed Houses In London During Coronation Period. r f London, Mar. 14. Wealthy Amerl- cans are making high bids for fur itiauwu uuuacs ,u lug i, cv uu uu4iiiB coronation days. One Liberal peei Is reported to have refused $30,000 (for his London residence for six weeks. Another American offered $85, 000 for h house in a fashionable street for three months. The owner refused to accept Ies9 than $100,000. It Is reported John Hays Hammond, special ambassador from the I'nltod 3tates, will pay $10,000 a week for the 3urdatt-Coutt- s mansion. T. R. INSPECTS TROOPS Dashes Through Mud on Spirited Cavalry Horse at 8an Antonio, Tex. San Antonio, Tex., Mar. 14. Welcomed by a salute of artillery and d suit and acIn a companied by Oovemor Colquitt and Theodore Hoosevelt r.taff, Inspected the great maneuver ramp at Port Sam Houston. Spurning a the former president Insisted on riding a spirited cavalry horse, und he galloped so furiously through the 'nud that the members of the governor's staff had a difficult task to keep lace with him. d car-iag- e, BANKERS IN TAFT'S HANDS President Haa More and Walsh Par. don Papers for Consideration While on Vacation. n Augusta, On., Mar. 14. What dlppo-nltloof tbo Walsh and Morse pardon casta will be made by President Taft has not been revealed slnco the executive began his short outing. Tho papora In both cases were brought here by tho president for consideration, but he bas not gone ovor then. Bavarian Prince 90 Years Uavarla, Mar. 14. The jUnetieth blrthda) of Prince Kcgent was generally celebrated A.uitpold throughout Bavaria. Prince Lultpold , in pnnd health, and went on foot through the streets of Munich to decorations that had becu buna ib honor of bis birthday. Old.-Munic- tones, But curst be he who moves my boneel" The Fight with j drmed t0 the Poverty. and re liesiteTS nowed acquaintance with some of the actors with whom he had caroused at Stratford. He picked up a fet pence by holding the horses of mon who came to see the plays. Later he leased out this boatler Job to a number of street urchins, who became known as "Shakespeare Boys." From holding horses to picking up bits of work inside the theater was but a step. And in time he was playing small parts in various plays of the day. And so. for Ave years, went on his battle against poverty Play writing at that time was the crudest sort of art Indecency, Illiteracy, wretched English, poor plots and droary stupidity were the drama's chief England, in fact, was characterists. far behind many other civilized nations in culture and literature. Among the tasks allotted to Shakespeare in the theaters where he acted was the rewriting of old plays for use on the stage and tho adapting and "building up" of parts to suit certain famous actors. At thlu he achieved an Instant and marvelous success a success thnt tinnn hut thn uroattmt I genius of his country could ever have achieved, for he not only rovlsed tho plays in question, but transformed them into vital, brilliant productions classics for all time couched In sublime verse and diction and so wholly changed from their original form as to he practically new. Many of the best plays attributed to Shake-spear- o were thus rewritten by him from others' manuscripts. Nearly all the rest were taken almost bodily from old books, stories, poems or legends. This la not regarded as plagiarism, since to each "borrowed" plot Shakespeare gave a new setting and treatment and new diction and clothed it In his own beauty of stylo. In fact, of all his plays, "Love's Labor Lost" (perhaps tho poorest of tho lot) is said to bo the only one that was wholly original with him. harum-scaruHow the country boy ever amassed the education to write such classics has always beon and always must remain a mystery. But tho Honored and Per- writing of them secuted. revolutionized not only the drama but all literature as welL England took and held a position In culture equal to thnt of any nation. Queen Elizabeth delighted to do the new genius honor. Great men vied for the chance of becoming his patrons. His fellow actors and playwrights In turn envied and hated him. But he pursued his chosen way unheeding, continuing to write (or groat plays and to act in them. He was an Indifferent actor nnd was intrusted with no great parts. For instance, he played tho Ghost in "Hamlet," Adam in "Aa You Like It," nnd similar minor roles. His salary as an actor was about $500 a year. For the first few years fcls annual reward as a playwright was barely $100. But as his plays grew in favor ho waxed rich. In 1599 he left London and returned to Stratford, where he wiped off old scores and earlier dlBgrace by buying the finest estate In the town. There, until the bis death in 1616, bo lived in luxury, courted by the chil dren of the men who had once persecuted him. Even in death his genius showed itself, for he bit on a clevor plan to savo his remains from the disinterment so common at that time. verse, said to have been This four-linbis latest poem, was cut on his tombstone, and its wording has ever since guarded his grave from molestation: "Good friend, for Jesut' sake forbr here, To dig: tlia dust Inclos-rlest be the man who spares these! hand-to-hane d AMERICAN FENCE Get the hijr. heavy wirr , the Buy your new fence for years to come hinRe )int, the g xxl gaUanumg the exactly iniioriloneil quality tf steel that is not too hard nor t.x. soft Ve can show uu this feme in our Mock mil explain its menu and superiority, ot ooly in the roll but in the nctu. Seniors. Ola Mouati . ...f Kleao I. ut iii l.on Naylor Aruull Henderson ...... ... ( Juniors. Leal llaruc will arrive Saturday or Sunday, also another big shipment of of True Blue Plows. Naunio Smith Tenth Qrade. Uly llockett I.Hilau Coffey Irenu Tbompiton Luusford rinrah Winn McConuell Uwla Snuff Iiu . . I.Uilo l'icketl Doxklo Hooch Hoy Journey 1.4. livtta Ninth Grade. Luniford ( ata I'liTco .... I Krn llrynn moft. eighth Orrade. Hire Aubra TotttiM'nd lldl'ZtT Dixlil (iuy ...... ...... . ' k Marvhnl MeDaiil.il lilwldgi l.uillf dabby Kay UlajitT "-- .. We are to busy now to write much, as we are run over with business. We ri sell Hardware in Kentucky, Tenn. and Arkansas, and are getting new customers every day. The reason is as obvious as a sore thumb we just simply save our customers enough money on their purchases to pay them to come to our store. Mis-sou- Seventh Grade. OInry JohiiiMiu Milton llnikott 1'orttr I'lurro Helen Tyler Scott Collins Harvey Collin Iritin I ' llrticr Sixth Grade. CatnlUo Liicllo IlurrtU liarutii ' Ward Heat Mildred Thompson Chirdlo Holland ' l " 'J H erun Ilnrria Fifth Grade. Incite Noylor Aiiulo It. Mooro Sophia I.uiiHford Mary T. Ilurnctt Hobert Hugheji Velma Swift Fourth Grade. Anna I.ynno Dodda Helen Hlco Anita H Dodds Christliiu Suiothurnioii IaIh Clioatu Pearl Cninpbell Third Grade. Cordlo Hny Aiiulo Klllson Int'i llousluy LnVellu Adaiim C'owglll Helm '' '' 'J ' ' i V SH .. "' y '' i ' ' H4 "We Can You Money INCORPORATED Save iti !' 9 it H Henry Kotlit- - U3 Tho IrreHlfltlblo taut' of tin aa found ouly In Seabihlpt Oysters. J J ' thu UiIiik for litiNTWniul cobI U i thnn meal. Sold by Klllson linn MIhs Stella Snlnion la hero from LouIhvIIIo visltlnc her pnrentu. HICKMAN HDW. CO. SOIIMIIXT the TAILOR. J Quit borrowing thojCourler. March the month to build. Get your plans ready and let us deliver the lumber to your lot. Everythlnu needed In a bulldlna from the brick In the foundation to the nail that holds the shingles on. New plumb .Ing and tinning shop added to the business, W. A. Dodds. " jNjpupw?"' "" "-t Legend of a Song. world today is singing In gladsome tunes. As Mark Twain Immortalized the steamboat, so has John Luther Jones Immortalized the locomotive. Tho old dnrky who started tho merry Jingle Journey around on Its the world today wields a shovel and wipes his engines, all unconscious of his responsibility for the greaest musical hit of the generation In whlrb ho lives. No ono can sing this song with tho feeling and understanding of a negTo helper who knew tho real "Casey" Jones. mirth-making Seating a Favorable fn Impression... 1 Fow Courier readers who hum Jones" bavo any Idea that such a mnn ever lived. While tho song has only very recently come Into popularity. It was composed several yars obo. and In Western Kentucky and T nnesseo has been the negro's for almost a decado. "Casey" was a nickname applied to Jones on account of his homo being In Cayce, Ky , a fow miles oast of Hickman. "Ca-si-- y Price Savings is not our only inducement. Quality is the first and greatest. This applies to our entire drugs, medicines, surgical supplies, sundries, rubber goods and in fact, everything in our store. HELM it' "That Clothes dont make the man" may be true but good tailoring helps a whole lot. you want to enjoy the distinction of being called well dressed, then you need one of our Peck suits. is no MM 4e 'S John Luther Jones was born at Cay-In 18C3, and spent his boyhood days ou his father's farm In this county At tho age of 19 ho began firing ou the Mobile & Ohio railroad, niul later was similarly employed ou Mil- - Illinois Central. In 1890 he was promoted to tho ixmltlon of engineer, which ho held until his death. He was trnimf erred from tho Tensseo-- c It might be added that Col. S. L. Dodds was a school mate of "Casey" Jones, and hn will also be remembered by many of our readers. A & ELLISON I If & if-- There -- j.Ul.Va question about the favorable impression when your clothes are right, and with our label on your collar band, all cause for worry ceases. I hu, yT... Just lots of new patterns to choose from, and every one a " crackerjack." We can fit you from head down, feet up, skin out. division of tho Illinois Central io the Water Valley, Miss., division, inii run n freight engine there until Ii. eligible to the Chicago A V-Orleans limited, n fiiBt passcii-i- ' r run. It was on this midnight i ii ii, March 18, 1900, that he lost his lift- - In a renr-encollision with a fi'lght train nt Vaugbans, Miss. Hy Inn nmhible disposition nnd smiling face, as well as his reckless natuio wlu-at the throttle, ho won of friends and admirers. When hi engine entered a town the chll-dn knew the whistling of "Casey" Junes. The song bearing his name was written and first sung by nn old roundhouse negro named Wallace Sanders. Hy tho merry Jingle of tho song It Is evident that tho author knew no trouble or sorrow, for he turns a houso of grief Into a gay Tho public hns never heard evn tho smallest portion of the ng, for, as time passed, verso after vtso wns added until, some claimed, IIhto wero at least fifty or sovonty- d hun-lr.iln car-imn- l. - Scnlshlpt Oysters are always good. During Lent they nre the most welcome of foods. More wholesome than meat and they cost less, weight for A. G. Kimbro spent Saturday and weight. Sold by Ellison Hros. Sunday lu Crutchfleld. I Have Miss Pearl Cloar, of Clayton, has been visiting Miss I let tie Williams. Miss Luclle Moss, of Union City, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Phlpps. Prompt Delivery, If you phone 74 for groceries and meats. Malueny Hros. & Decided To Stop Advertising Plaut. Mrs. Millard Shaw and Miss Ellso Shuw, of near Statu Lino, wero In the city shopping, Friday. When can we expect to hear from you ? BALTZER & DODDS night and Sunday with relaUtts nt a D. G. CO. -t Casey" Jones' home was only ton miles from here, tho former home of the Junior Firing Lino man, and the above facts nro known to be true. In tho quiet llttlo cottage In Cayce there now lives the inothir of "Casey" Jones, unless she has gone to hor rewnrd within tho past few years. A heart-brokewidow and li'He children mourn the loss of n husband and father of whom tho ut lots in RICHMOND & BOND Mrs. J. W. Rogers returned MonCO'S New Business Subdivi- day from Union City, where she visited her sister, Mrs. Kope Herring. sion in G. B. Bond's SubdiviMr. Uryant, of Union City, visited lils daughters, Mrs. 11. C. Barrett and sion, and my lots in Walker's Mrs. T. A. Ledford, Sunday. Southern Heights Addition, Mrs. Jonule Moss has returned to her homo In Fulton after a because even the blind men bur parents, Swan liurrus and visit to wife. know this is the part of town Mrs. A. Turklngton hns returned to to invest in if you want to her home at Dayton, Ohio, after an extended visit with J. U. Housley and make big money and then wife. II. P. Roberts, secretary, and Robt. the railroads and boat lines Schleicher, general superintendent of are coming in so fast that it the Mengel Hox Co., of Louisville, visis not necessary to advertise ited the plant here first of the week. any more. The property is selling without it. FRESH MEATS? O. XX. I'hone 4 Q. B. BOND MOORE -- -" M I IIIIII I I M,.t,.n. -. DAILY ARRIVAL OF -A k r Mfc tM iff Slate Une has returned from a bimlnoim trip to Ixiulsvlllc. Hito Ilboliz Courier Want Column llATKrt-O- ne ii .t; Otut iwr Word Uaiti In AUvniice. pr Wk by Spring and u Hasan upenl a fow Ih la cek. " dn)i ni or k I .iiry Jay linro. I, I.. K. MuwwiTliHan, aiwlMant auditor tho Mengul Hox Co., Is bore Dili week from ini .lull iiiinii inii Hox Couches of Doruiia, sixjnl Mihur Shaw wan lion (rum State Saturday. aril lAitoti ha IC. . with II accepted Curllu. n poM S3 ilto ufn ' KfiiiiliK) Fu rati an trousers, 1.7G. ot Sullivan Hros., A Heck in an nnd party from Union City Sunday. worts Mm a ami young men's suits tan llron. at 1X0 (o $H. Mum k nt '! Ma llrnnhnin, of Woodlnnd, Mnt. Marry Thnilkeld last Mina Ijuirn llrown spent Saturday Mrs. W. K. SonU. of Union City, visited her daughter. Mrs. 1. 11. Cur FOR SALE: Good mixed hay. -Hu. a few daya last week. Haul Shaw, State Lino. 41tf W. N. Pollnrd, branoh manager of FOR KENT: Healrablo resldomo tho Mangel plunl nt Miingolwood, ou tho hill. L. P. KllUon. Tonn., was hurw Monday on business. FOR SALE: Folding Harrows, all dim Moore nnd W. 1). Unsnarl re- hUus. Hickman llnrdwnro Co. AshporU whore turned Sunday from thoy loaded tho rallrond outfit on FOR SALE: 25 TONS ALFALFA tho transfer boat. HAY. SEE W. 8. ELLISON. Mr. and Mr. Harry Scales, of MisFOR SALK: Good hay, timothy and sissippi, Uifl Sunday for Union City, oloror mlxud. C. C. Uondurant 40tf after n short visit to hi sister, Mrs. 1'. n. Curlln. and family. old mare, FOR SALK: One old mnro. Hoth good work of uno electrician C. R. New combo, lp " ors John Hondtirant, Cayce. 1iiIavIIIo. who lias boon horo for tho past six weeks Willi ho Mongol Hox FOR SAI.1J: Two registered Rod Co, wont to Unilsvlllo last wook. Polled Hull CuIvcb, 8 months old S If I'. Henry, R 4, Hlckmoii, Ky. HA1NT1N0 of nil kinds; 30 years oxporlonco. Reference O. L. Collins MN of S. A. Choato. I'hono 32-Apr20 Collins. . Ward. made to order, Phono. 94. ifi la JF a' ?&, 5y sK. S fa-d -'- 1 Summer Goods . j -- , SS!jk3C S M. Our house now full of nice, and our prices always lower than others. A visit will convince you that we are sure wnat we are saying. new-goods, New Lines of Ladies and Mens Oxfords New Lines of Mens and Boys Clothing New Lines of Dress Goods . New Lines of Silks and Lawns New Lines of Notions New Lines of Carpets and Art Spuares New Lines of Rugs, large and small ;? SPEAKING A. M. WILLIAMS OF HICKMAN CO. will address the Democratic voters at the Hlack horso mule, six STRAYKD: H'lirs old, 14 bauds IiIkIi, without any luarka or brands. I vnluo this mult at $110. U. H. Wilson. MEN and WOMEN, soil guaranteed hoso, 70 per cent profit. Make f 10 a day. Full or part tlmo. UeBlnuers InvestlBato. Wear Proof, 303S Cheat-uu- t lApr St., Philadelphia. Pa. please you. May we have the pleasure to wait on you and show you through our In fact, we are in a position to FOR SALE: Bsbs fnim standard bml Hluck Ijiiifishana, Huff Rocks und Wilto Wyandottes, ulo a fow choice cockerels. It paya to get tho best.Mrs. Auulu Molhinlel, Hick 3l) mail, Ky. D0 WILL I1UY lot No. 7 In Honry Addition, If Uken this month. This section Is bulldluK up faster thau any other part of Hickman, nnd lot 7 la on the street containing the larcost number of homes. Inquire at this office. Lyric Theatre Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, in the interest of his candidacy for the Legislature from this district. Mr. Williams has the reputation of being a good speaker, and all that can should hear him. house. For young men who are hard to fit, we would be pleased to take your measure and have a suit made to fabric, made by Rose & Co., your order of of Chicago. all-wool PRICES RIGHT IN THIS RIGHT PLACE Presbyterian Church Subject for tho mornhiK sermon, "Shlbboloth nnd Slbboleth." Subject for the oveulnt' sermon, "Childhood " Sundoy School Q. Stockton. nt 10 u in-- Wiii Naifeh Bros. D. Q. Co. . mmmmtmmsmammmmemmamsmmmmemm jfEiMcSte? Sheriff's Sale for Taxes. On Monday, April 10, 1911, It being tho first day of tho April termof theAvrll term of tho Fulton County Court, at tho Court House door, In Hickman, Ky., I will sell to tho high-es- t bidder for cash for taxes duo tho State and County of Fulton and cost of sale for year 1910, the following described real estato assessed In tho names of the following: One Dollar added in each caso for advertising: 'Bring Your v. into our "little fellow' department of the new Spring modfor a try-o- n els of The Largest and Most Interesting Collection of Smart Spring Hats Our Hat Department has a reputation of satisfying customers. We know how to fit you properly to give, you a block and dimension that will be most becoming and in conformity to your features. Our hats are all the choicest styles of the leading makers. The finest materials and highest quality of workmanship. If you are ready for a Spring Hat you will find one to fully satisfy you at Millet & Alexander HHMWBiwHaMmiiimiinfflEi rttmim $1,100 For First Lot, Head Split with Axe, One of the foulest murders over committed in this county happened Sunday night, when a jellow brutu resembling a cross between a negro and u Mexican, took an axo and split Arthur Baker's bead open while the victim lay asleep. Baker Is a negro, and resided with bis family ton miles below town in the loner bottom, and bore a good reputation. The man who did the killing was boarding at Baker's home, and had previously been employed on tho work of the new railroad. Where he came from and bis naino are both unknown. It seoms that the murderer owed Baker a small balance on board and Baker asked him Saturday night If he could not pay blm the account, as the negro expected to leao Sunday. The murderer and his victim had been sleeping together, and retired as usual. Some time during the night the former slipped out, got an axe and came back and split Baker's head wide open. This happened, according to the family's story, about daylight Sunday morning. The negro then made his escape. It Is thought be Is hiding In Lako county, and both Sheriff Johnson and Deputy Hob Goalder are scouring that district looking for him. An effort will be made to get Gov. Wlllson to offer a $500 reward for bis arrest and conviction. Baker will bo remembered as having been shot by Bob Moore, another negro, -- not long since, and his right leg was almost torn off. The first lot sold In tho Industrial oaguo Addition to Hickman brought a nice price. It was bought by Mayor Tom Dillon for 1,100. This lot is la block 3, lots 11 and 12. It Is a corner lot, facing the river and alJUvervlew Park. Three lots ha ready been sold, although the prop-irt- y Is not on the market yet. Vital Statistics. Births. To W. II. Cason and wife, March 1, i girl. Deaths. Iluby Hatler, March 8, tuberculosis. Inez Perkins, col., March S, ruptur--d artery. Mrs. Elizabeth Uerendes, March Brlght's Disease. 12, Fulton Precinct (White) .Mrs. Anna Uottereworth, 30 acres land, vnluo $820, tax and cost $11.05. Mrs. II. 11. Blvens, 2b acres land, "" valuo $1950, tax and cost $23.94. M. Brown, 1 lot, valuo $t, Mrs. J. 000 tax and cost. $12.30. Mrs. Leui Hester, 20 acres, value $500. tax and cost, $S.5S. D. W. Hughes. 4 lots, value $4555, tax and cost, $G5.C9. .Mrs. Belle Johnson, 3 lots, value $3S0U, tax and cost, $43 93. J. J. Jones, 1 lot, value $1200, tax and cost $1C IS. W. B. Jones, 1 lot, valuo $700, tax and cost, $S.SC. 1 lot, valuo $750, W. H. MuU-efcy- , tax and cost, $9.48. F. M. McUilu, 1 lot. value $1750. tax and cost, $20.77. J U. McN'eely. 1 lot, value $800. tax and cost". $10.04. It. J. Now house, 1 lot, valuo $890, tax and cost, $13.74. K. C. Nix, 1 lot, valuo $1500, tax and cost, $17.95. Mrs. Ida Nonner, 1 lot, value $lC0O, tax and cost, $21.79. J II. Evans, 1 lot, value $476, tax and cost, $7.97. J. B. Peoples, 1 lot, valuo $900, tax and cost, $20.34. J. II. Pillow. 1 lot, valuo $1150. tax ' and cost, $15. CI. Mrs. Dora Sadler, land, value $4, 000. tax and cost, $4G.I9. .Mrs. I,. K Sharp. 1 lot, value $250 tax and cost, $3.83. B. P. Thomas, land, valuo $1000. tax and cost $13.70. Dick Thompson, 80 acres, valuo tax and cost $18.28. J. A. TrvRgs, 1 lot, valuo $C0O, tax and cost $9.40. J. F. Wallace Co., l lot, valuo $300, tnx and cost $6.01. Ulyses Wright, 1 lot, valuo $4!0, tax and cost $7.70. $1,-39- 5, Mrs. Jane Hopkins Boy Proof Clothes These wonderfully qualitied boys' clothes are are specially designed and tailored by a trained organization of 2 Vf The "Mrs. Jane clothes makers. Hopkins" line for Spring embodies every newest style idea and wearproof fabric. Norforks, Sailor, Russians, Knickerbockers and many juvenile styles at moderate prices. uj trsji ittalmtl v. $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00 $0.50, $7.50 Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co. INCORPORATE) (ax ami roit $4 20 Sassafras Ridge. T. und Need Booster Club, Jl&O.tnx In Brownsville, Cha Monday IIIjcm ruet I. Carr, 20 $6 JO. nors, value dlculiig the commercial club bus-Iru-kr vlsltt-- d In tht uittvt i Lodgton. Mrs. M. J. Graham, ST acres, value $600, tax and cost $7.80. J. M. House, 40 uorus, valuojSOO, tax and cost $13.96. K A. I'owltt, 16 aeriis, value I too. tax and cost $9.96. Mam )eterilay. two well known Real Estate Deals. Mrs. Mary Craven to S. II. Carver, J5 acres, $1,000. to Mrs. Jane Wade, of Phoenix, Ariz., C. O. BlggH, house and lot Fulton, $CC0. Hickman Precinct (White) Tom Benton lot OH. value $1420. tax and cost $25.76. J. II. Peck, 227 acres, value $1100, tax and cost, $18.53. 0 acres, $27C. J. O. llyan and wife, XV, lot W. II., A. Huddlestou to Mrs. Bottle S. RIVER: Cairo guage reads 34 feet. vnluo $1100, tax and cost, $21.03. Williams, lot Fulton $1360. Mrs. Beard, 29 acres, value $900, W. T. Tipton to Harry Tipton, 185 falling. tax and cost $15.50. acres land; exchange. Ira Green went to Memphis SaturMrs. Sally Williams, 22', ncres, S. A. Bard to Mattlo C. Bard, lot day night. value $250, tax and cost $4 20. Fulton, $300. D. O. Meacham to J. T. Pluinmor, Frank Von Borrles, Lawrence Hickman Precinct (Colored) tot 37 East Hickman, $400. Oscar Salmon, Hollls Kirk Will Bennett, lot EH. value $300. J. T. Pluwmer to I.exle Parks, 05 and Dick Smith went to Donaldson tax und cost, $7.98. Point, Mo., Wednesday, on business. icres land, $1C,C25. Itlchard Booker, lot EH. valuo $75, Whateter preference Is shown In tnx and cost $3.70. The Mengel Box Co. this week M. Bragg, lot EH, value $76. tax rnco, the present HepresentatUo a car load of fine Spanish should be in faor of Judgo F. S. and cost, $3.C7. edar logs shipped from South Amer Moore, our home man, as ho is by nil Annie Carter, lot EH. value $260. ca. They will be cut In this mill for odds the most competent man of the tax and cost, $4.63. Igar box lumber as a test. bunch. Jonnlo Clark, 2 lots QA. valuo $150, tax and cost $3.10. Collier Hrs., lot EH, valuo $350. tax and cost, $1.38. Ben Green, lot EH, valuo $300 tax and cost $7.89. Susan Guy, lot W1I, value $100. tax and cost $2.40. Cairo Under, lot EH, value $300, tax and cost $3.90. Buck Mllncr Hrs., lot EH, valuo $500, tax and cost $8.03. Itced Hrs., 2 lots EH, valuo $200, tax and cost $4.34. John Itlngo, lot EH, value $160,tax and cost $6.80. Eliza Hoyal Hrs., 2 lota EH, valuo $200, tax nnd cost $3.80. Wanton Tally, lot EH, valuo $250, in every particular is the tnx and cost $8.28. best we can offer you. Nathan Tally, C lots EH. valuo 1CG0 lax and cost $12.94. Your money buys the skill of the best Brockton C. C. Thompson, lot EH, vnluo $500 shoe workers, the knowledge and ideas of the lead-in- g tnx and cost $10.42. manufacturers with 4:0 years experience, and Mima Upshaw, 60 acres, valuo $760, tax mid cost $15,09. the wear that only the best selected materials can Dave Walker Hrs., 2 acres, valuo give. $100, tax and cost $2.31. Jessie McMorrls lot GA, value $160, You are safe in wearing the tax and cost, $3.93, PACKARD SHOE Tony Donalson 1 lot, value $500,tax and cost, $10.01. Fllmoro Jenkins, 8 W. II. lot, value $250, tax and cost $10.85. Tally Hrs., N WII lot, valuo $200, tax $4.20. Casslo Thomas, lot WII, valuo $200, -Mus-selma- n, C. O. Ulggs to Jas. II. Koborson, house and lot Fulton, 1600. J. V. Carver to S. A. Hard, 30 acres, J 1700. Mrs. Salllo Wade to A. T. Conley, tot Fulton, $2750. Linnle M. Suialllng to S. M. Uurrus (White) Fulton Precinct (Colored) Mrs. Julia llanaborry, 1 lot, value Emraott Alexander, 1 lot, valuo $l5u $1300, tax and cost $18.97. tax and cost, $5.SI. Mrs. Salllo 11. Morrow, 13 H aeres, Tom Lyons, 1 lot, value, $100. tax value $300, tax and cost $4.89. and cost $5.90. W. M. Martin, 1 lot, valuo $200. tax Cayce Precinct (Colored) and cost, $C50. Joe Itoss, 1 lot. value $200, tax and John James, 1 lot, value $200, tax cost $6 29. and cost, $7.70. Honry Smith, 1 lot, value $160, tax and cost, $6.88. Black Locust nnd Jordan Williams, 1 lot, value $300, Cutalpa trees for Sale tax and cost, $7.35. Precinct By taking all a good nursery had, I bought several thousand extra good' Catalpa and Black Locust Sprouts, cheap. I have more than I need, and will offer a part of them cheap, payable next fall at $3.75 per thouf and. Now It the time to plant them. These plants are bedded In good shape at my east farm. S. L. DODDS. ' Cayce mmi told a Courier man that they would each contribute $10, or more If uetossary to a small UmmI-erclub of not over 20 member, to bo uitrd In advertising Hickman, nnd would follow It up with their pro rata of tho amount necessary to hire a tint claim man to do nothing but work In tho Interest ot the town under the direction of the elub. Tboy uld that what wo need lit more fooleries ond Industries to employ labor, and the only way to accomplish anything in thh Hue la to go after one thing at a time, ami send a man out after them. Twenty men, who will put up a working capital of and then hire a competent man to derote hi whole' time to doing thing, will get greater results than a club of 100 members The- - trouble with the averago club Is that they du not work systematically every man leave It to the other fellow, and the other fellow Jum can't nojU-- et his business to look after tho town's Interests. We are persuaded that these gentlemen have the right Idea The iulcker we can get good men together In such an nrgaultailou. the quicker we can get suIiMtaitlal rosulls $1.-00- 0 Prate Jones wtll this week. li I Chas. I'.uddrr will soon oliluin of Ilrowimvlllo, Miss Jones, of Mabol, Is i her grandmother, Mrs. J J Mr. and Mrs. II. I.. Willi daughtnr. Miss Pearl, v4Mij Walton and wlfo near lllckii. day. Henry HflMan returned to h In Maiden, Mo., thts week. visit to his mother here, bi'U qilHe slek. W. 'A. Orsddock was Ito prttach by IlrownaWllu lUipllsi ' .Mnrcb ft. Ilev. Craddoek Is Ing Institute at M Sunday. March 2C. will l ' ed by llrownsvllle Sunday Mlmdunary Day A special i" will be prepared for the k-- i Hall-Moodi tnty Attorney Honey and Shorlff John-so- n are In Fulton today. G, F. Smith Dead. WEATHER: Generally fair today; fair and warmer tomorrow. Dress Right This Season have it made to order to fit your Individual It costs no figure. s more than most and gives you 100 percent more sat isfaction. ready-made- The Shoe est Wear what is newAND BEST. Antf rSTr For Men Full Money Value Made to Order in Chicago We are the exclusive TO jH I at Cliarlea V. Smith, tho wl known lllckmnn machinist and gasoline en glue mauufiicturer, died at his home In thia city yontonluy afternoon at IS, after an lllnewt covering a per Itxl of four or five mouth He had. however, only been confined to his bed eight weeks. Cancer of the liver was the cnuBe of death. DcceaHfd was f.2 yearn old. ami camo to Hickman IG yearn ngo from Hutchison, Kansas. He Ik suriived by his wife and threo children Henry, Kdl th nnd lIuu. He was n mem her of Kim Camp No 3, W. O. W . and will be burled by thomembers of this order this afternoon nt 2 o'clock fvaii '' a quiet, unnsHiimlug man, and was a very fine miichlnlHt I'eaco to his aehes. Tom Huck Is George Huck. Hrnwiiflvllle. Mr Smith was Lin mnde-to-mcast For tlte snkc of cccnomy ask Mm 2 11.4 ifl. agems lor me Jmen-7- i can Ladies Tailoring yk Company ot Chicago MUi tae recognized Master Tailors for women Call and let us show you the in t International tailoring. for tl Do it also sake of appearances, for iu'li visiting his uncle. ing wears better or looks mi Columbus, Wodnesduy. surprised at the values we offer. Suits $13 CO and up. Coats $10 00 Miss Mabel Wilson lint) returned unu up. owns jo.uu ana up. Ures from a visit to rylatlvcB In Mayfleld. ses $11.50 and up. Capes $8 and up. Sho was nccoinpunlcd homo by her NO OBLIGATION TO BUY Capt. llyan delivered tho truimrur Give us your order now. Sat latest Spring styles and fabrics that are yours to choose from. You'll be boat to tho Iron Mountain railroad ut isfaction guaranteed or no s.l magnllicent array of the m w Clarence Urnhnm. ot Fullou. hero Friday. wbh handsome than Charlea Ueckham. of Donaldson Pt.. Mo., was hero this week. International Clothes Only one month till Easter Millet & Alexander Sheriff (Joalder Johnson BRADLEY & PARHAM SMITH & AMBERG Hoven "popular" young men In a Mrs. J. M. Hubbard nnd dauuhtnr. en! hotel In Fulton Sunday ulght Mlaa Charlotte, havo returned from were having a llttlo gnmo of trj. Ilrookavlllo, Fla., where they bdciiI a They woro fined $25 ench In S'l'- part of the winter. Urowder'H court Monday, cousin, MIhu Huth HdwardH. arr The Industrial League, lK la width from CO to 100 foot. AIoiik tho railroad aro a down or tliOro larKO. Well locnl...! fnnt,., The management of tlio lllckuinii j that will bo donated to concerns that Industrial Ixjokuo nro now ahovtlng uOS.ro 10 locato hero. At pres-t- it print of tholr now addition on Mossra. lltown and McUohuo Hut aro tho ent sldo of Illcktnnn. It Is laid with six dlfforout manufacoff in u moat attractive and advan turer who aro uliuost sure to put tageous mannor buth for residence plants In tho now addition. ui.d factory site. On tho northwest, In n short time these Iota will be fa lug llio river and hklrtliij; tho uffn a largo park liim been laid out Placed on the market, but not at uuc ultidi will be known a "Itlvorvlow Hon. The jKwple of Fulton county In Its natural state, with will bo glren a limited time In which I'uik' targe tree and u chain of small to make their purchase. They will ft pretty spot, but have an op.ortuiiliy nktu. It v. to nut tho uliiu tho League couaummute It "cronm" of tho lot; It thBy do not of plantlnK floner, putting In take advantage of the offer, It will ,ia u lot of lawn oal, puttltiK bontii on then bo tiirin-- 1 over to a half dom-i- i l.o lake, groveling tho drlvow ny or more traveling liiieu who will (.rough It, etc.. It will cortulnly bo a sell tho lot to peopk of other conn-tiand lOnte. !H fnot. tJisj- an- delightful jtlaco to while uway tho ItunnliiK through tho whoio ready flooding the surrounding conn jur of tho addition ! tho now try with literature booMiug Illckiii.in i i.Kth it lino of the N.. C.& St. 1.. roll-.n- l Quite n number of attractive feaA di'iHjt will bo conveniently Hutid on tho Kroundii, too, that will ture are yet to be added to the Inuch a1 a.utoHt glvo strvet ear sorvh'o to tho dustrial IMHtne AddlUnw rel street. . aDil th. lm usiicji district of tho town. hould Ml like hot cake. No town Tho entire tract will contain In the In the slate offer nrh otmortunitlr , ichborhood of l.&OO lot MUxSC, ami ami surely none hi xtKrthliHt with ml boulevard rtiiiK- - riW ami NbtRMtUI growth about 1C Htrt'i-- t L . . AGAINST BEEF TRUST. District Attorney Wllkenon of Chicago Prosecuting Packers. Xjt '9B Opening cAnnouncement I jLM( If you want to purchase aeo M. II. Bhaw. take this occasion to announce that on il Saturday, March 18th Gent's Clothing and Furnishing Store, and extend to all a cordial invitation to call and attend my opening. My stock is absolutely new, has been selected with great care, and prices the lowest. The same courteous treatment, the same price to all, and the same high-grad- e merchandise that others sell, but for less money, are the methods by which I hope to merit your patronage. Hoping to have the pleasure of serving you soon, I Respectfully, am, I up-to-da- te will open a complete and v real wmtiiM TZW-- . ri It mar ' m ' ii at ataW i hJils 'I'iihiii ii m J f WHERE QUALITY REIGNS HIGHER THAN PRICE As a special feature for the opening day, and in order to get better acquainted, I will allow a 10 discount on anything in the house. It will pay you to P. S. Xj' Hf I HHHIV BJfJfJfJfm; HrVBMHiVT BU i 't ffVPMftJBOTT??-- Mvr..--- npasllllllllH .i . put off buying until you see my line and get my prices. COME AND GET A PRATICAL SOUVENIR FREE h e' Mil ' ,Pv-tbW 5 - - MK. -- aiUHwa T" - '"' - ' I.AB S'PPBrvi alMiliilBiii ra9illmwMimBMP a li HaBlVfratKr rVl Iw rXzfe z.Jtt K5 j. '" Tn T Mi - nW inn nr r WAYS OF PICKETING CATTLE HELLE7 STAR REGISTERED No. Pole Pivoted on Crowbar Keeps Rope From Oround and Allow Animal Ample Area to Graze. THE E.-M.- -F. "30" i ' i - 1031 SIRED by son of Kelley, he by Old Kelley, he by Imp. Knight Errnnt. DAM by Dny Star, he by Old Starlight, he by Imported Bclkamp. Judges of Jock pedigree will recognize the very strong breeding represented in the blood lines of KELLEY STAR. He traces through his sire and dam to the most noted Jacks and Jennc ts known to history, which gives to him a lineage which will appeal strongly to stockmen . . . ..- .i. ir !.! .!. .t .. I. looking lor a sire that will give quality, size and nnisn to mcir mutes, rus sire, me icu out. of Kelley, was n very famous Jack and had few equals, and his dam was by Day Star, perhaps the most celebrated Jack that ever lived, being selected on account of his large size, quality and model conformation for a picture which was engraved on a silver loving cup, and presented by the United States Government to the American Jack Breeders Association for the best Jack in recently noUced a rather unique way of tying; cow out to graaa. A polo 1 pivoted on a ciowbar about three feet above tho ground and tbreo feet from the end of the polo by mean of a woden pivot, as ahown at nt tho bottom of llluitratlon, say the To tho bort Orango Judd Farmer. end a weight Is attached sufficient to lift tho other end Into tho nlr The animal Is tied to the long ond rope. Tho of the etick by n weight at the end of the pole keep I 26-fo30-fo- Thirty H. P. Sliding GearjTransmission ' i Four Cylinder Motor, Cone Clutch. ( li : i' i vBBBMBLBaSkt&LrTKlvX r ' I Four Models, All Beauties Come in and look them over. i ... .... l- i a. ft I. in America. t hands high, with perfect white points, fine large bone, good legs and feet, strong back, magnificent head and ears, with a finish that is rare In Jacks of his sic. He has fine style and action, and is now in his six year old KELLEY STAR is a large black Jack, standing 15 -2 WSS3. .'gt. Standard A" E.-M.- -F. "30" Touring Gar, $1130 I , j i i i While but n two year old he secured first premium at the Tennessee State Fair over the tolargest herd of Jacks, including many noted Jacks from Kentucky and Missouri, ever seen Rsokles Feeding. gether in the South. . wanted on A grent deal of food tho KELLEY STAR'S get are most pleasing to the owners of mule mares who have patro- hog In winter on account of kept. careNo they are less way that he is one of the very greatest mule sires to be domestic In which, are probably more nized him, and prove most convincingly animals to cold found in the South, they have size and quality, with action and style, so essential for market susceptible swine, and and weather none aro prochanges than highest type mules. The breeders will find in this Jack every quality needed to produce the vided such poor shelter, generally of this sire-H- speaking. On some farmB rnll pen of mules, and we respectfully urge breeders and stockmen to consider the merits with a leaky covering sorve as winter will especially please the owners of large marcs of the draft type. , ahelter The filthy conditions In which , hogs aro kept la also a subject for . KELLEY STAR will stand the present season at me uukwodu criticism. Many person tnko insure a iving sevore granted that the hog Is naturab of $12.50 to It for one-hamiles east of Hickman. Ky. Me will serve mares at a fee Its but should the ly n filthy or unclean animal Inovor foal, note taken at time of service payable in eleven months without mterest. habits. Force of circumstances clue. The season forJennetsw.il which Uie hog has no control makes mare be transferred or sold, the note becomes immediately hogs are provided with of approved Jennets will be permitted lunv him so. If with place for sleeping begin about August 15th. and a limited number good pens, board, they will accidents, but no responsibility by a The best of care taken by experienced horsemen to prevent keep their straw beds and Bleeping apartmonts vory clean. should any occur. d l make ilh In addition to the above animal the following will Comfortable House for Hogs. IRASCIBLE SQUIRREL Don't forgot to provide a comforta21225, ALFRED G.f 12452, Stock Farm: SAN MATEO house with plenty of good bedding 1 e Detail of Cow Ploketlng Device. the ropo oft the ground, and thus prevents the cow from becoming tangled up In It. This arrangment give the radlu to cow an area with a groxe over. 50-fo- ... lf Seating five passengers, mohair top, wind shield, magneto, five lamps, horn and generator included. Built on smart lines can't be outdone in style and appearance, but road service by no means sacrificed forsake of it; on the contrary a combination of both. The motor, the most powerful and speedy"up to $2000. Built for steady service- - the most effective made for hill 1 climbing. Long, steady driving does not heat it. Most powerful, most quiet and coolest motor made bar none. Extreme simplicity in construction and control. Desirable features in a motor car attained to greatest degree in "30." The car for every member of the famthe ily. The car that takes care of itself. Our 191 Touring Car and Flanders "20" Roadster has arrived. Call us on the phone and arrange for an early demonstration. E.-M.-K. i U . 1 4 : WILL SELL ON TIME HIGKMAN E.-M.- ed six-Inc- -F. AUTOMOBLE COMPANY " imnnnmimnmiinTriiiiiiniiiiniininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirinirmn 2808. R. A. TYLER, Prop. ISLentiao3x.V ble for the pig. Also provide charcoal nnd nshoa mixed with salt, placed where the pb8 may have free accos to it. A few chunks of soft coal should also be kept In the pig pern. Kennedy for Insurance. The Colds That Hang On Phone 1 VEGETABLES PRODUCE FRUITS C. II. MUOItC It relloves tho cold and only onu stone the cough. Theru 3 geuulnu. 1 Aro rendll) cured by Dr. Dell's SCHMIDT the TAILOIl. NEW DEPOT -- " T"-- s H-fjc- !G k-A " -- ircle INFLAM Getting Full Returns on a lion Dollar investment. Bil- -- iL.-- ?$?' t I I V X3ST- It is a thousand tlmoa easier to contract a now bnlilt than to Kt rid of an old one. Tho sky Ls not loss blue tho blind man cannot see IL MATION AND PAIN Cured by Lyilia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. n long time with inflammation, palru 111 AGITATION COUNTRY WIDE, Richmond & Bond Co.'s Business Subdivision baue follow- Many Communities Now Osttlng Full Uit of School Ouitdlngt, Which Should D ths Local Point of Educational, Political and Social Lift. day wo read Ue Tho C. M. & G. R. R. Bought 4: ing otherprinted In a city newspaletter Lots on Wall St. Same Railroad bought 2 lots in G. B. Bond's Subdivision. Sumpt'n Gwineter Drap. Hale and Schlenker bought lots on Wall St., in New Business Subdivision. 11 They are wise. They don't r.pend money foolishly. Get wise yourself and invest. You must hurry, Prices will Advance. See Russell Johnson or W. E. Bondurant. G. B. s Bond I THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS Value of Supprestlng It. By DR. SIMON FLEXNEIt. When It Is recalled that tuberd of culosis causes about the deaths that occur between the ages of twenty and Ufty years It becomes at onco apparent what an enormous Influence the suppression of this one disease must exercise upon the development and progress 0f society The eradication of tuberculosis Is among the chief ends to bo accomplished by nil tho agencies which are striving to uplift human society and to make Its Individual units more etllclent nnd self sustaining. Hence the conquest of tuberculosis becomes the proper field of endeavor for the statesman, legislator, physician and layman. one-thir- per: "Dear Editor: 1 am a good young man who always had plenty girl frlonds, and who has recentl como to tho city. Now W tempera mont Is such that 1 must aasotiai.but do not know any girls and hai no friends in the city." of our young propl Thousand .i leave our country home every live and to work In our larger cities Thej may not be wise la teJang Ui- step but the atubttlon of youth Is deal and blind to saner advice. One of the greatest Inconvenience and temptation ls that they are strangers amoug strangers. Making friends wlUi anybody and everybody is both danger out) and foolish. wpoially so in a large city. There are too ma:iy nan or woman to promtscounly select rogues and gilded dens of Immorality In cities for the Inexperienced young company and places of atnusomenm Hefure they know It they may be lu some vies blighting forever their purity and honesty. We would sound Uils uote of warn-Ibecauso of tho youths that have left or are thinking of leaWmj our own community. While at home joii knew with whom you could safely You had also many friends to advLso you. That is all different avav from homo among strangers. Without preaching a sermon, but seeking to glvow holesoine advice, wo would say that the safest way to become acquainted with the bust people is to connect yourself with some church. Go to Sunday School and Join the Ulblo class. In this way ycu will meet the most moral young n i n and ladies of that locality. In form the head of the Sunday Schonl and the pastor of the church that you are a strangor, and they will see that you will have friends. This method of gaining friends, wheu away from friends may not be the purest, but they ore a thousand times better than purest of the foul found upon the streets, In saloons and lu questionable plnces of amusement. imii T a trnnhled fo; headaches ami 11IJ Jiu'i I had. ta- ken so raanv medicines that I was thought discouraged I never Rvt er A C friend toM is I.ydU E. ItHXsaa's A aul uW stored me to seaklu )iiy no Biare reiln. mv nerves are stronger and I do my own work. L) dia F Pinkham's Vegetable; Compound cured r alter everything else had failed, and I recommend it to other giiffrrinff wnn." Mlts. IVM. M.ALS. wo w . uovraruau, 1 Vegetable 0nu jkxuhI and It re- , Croston, Iowa. !no testimonials n the cllleieucy of l.ydia 11 Vegetable Compound, which is made exclusively from roots ana nerw. Women who suffer from tlwvs distressing Ills should not too sight of theso facts or doubt the ability of Lydla K. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound to restore, meir ncuiiu. like the above rrts llnkaam's If yon want special advice writo tn Mm. IMiiklmtn. lit 1. Villi. Mil. vnnr Sim ivlll tn-i- f a. strictly confidential. For 20 years slio lias Ficen licipmir mck women in this way, tree or charge, .uon i liusltato writo at once. letter OPEN Hickman Electric Studio Photographs in every style. Prompt Service. All Work Guaranteed. NOT HOW CHEAP GOOD BUT HOW The school plaut of America Is at 1. 000.000.000 It Ilea idle CI pot cent of tho avullable time, wheu It ! used only for day school .MHilng that the full use of property I worth to tho commuthis nity & Hr cent uikw the luvestnieot. It npJwjtttHt fur day instruction only wwkd tnvvtte an annual waste lu the VnMeJ States ef $3tfJVUW. says Clar- .V.. IVrry 1h the .kirvey. ld rvwutly. "iHot of us no wn As omy appreciate what It means to have tfc rAOMhut than the oonle of Curvf Wtutv UU1 appreciated what It Meatit to have tho earth. There was a wbJ betulphert of Incalculn-N- e wealth and opjHirtunlty about wMb they knew uothlutr. And lu the e school plaut there la a whole of value uureallted, undlscov-rrrby thoo who thluk of It na aim-pla building for the education of children, with the added uo of an occa aliHuil eveulug school." The school tnilldlng should Ik tho capltol of the neighborhood, the focal polut of educational, recreation, political and noclal life. Its linmrtance as a place for tho development of In teillccnt public sptrlt through the free dlsois.iktn of public ijuestlons Is fuuda-nieatafor thxe who are opening our for the largest public scboolbotiM-erilre are simply carrying on the traditions of freedom." Itack In the eighties It was customary to turn tho choo!tioue over to tho Janltif at A o'chtck for sweeping. An hour later he locked the doors, and tho building was not ucd by anytody during tho ret of tho dny. When ho got through on I'rhlay afternoon tho school premise were closed until tho following Monday morning On Hat urday and Sunday the school grHind were shunned as forbidden territory During the long summer months no one entered them except possibly the workmen who went there to make re pairs. The whole school property was during ISO days out used from I) lo of the year about XI per rent of the total nsable period. Hut within a couple of decades a vast movement has becti started for a wider use of the vnl-uepur-jhhhem-bpfcerd y l. X Tlio Uorst New TVtixttx'omt 3VXdo n FURNITURE "" Dj" We have just filled our large store with a full line of new styles of Furniture, at a price tlmt will en able us to give you new goods at nlmost your own price. We mean just what we say wc must sell nnd we do sell good goods, nnd guarantee them to be just as we tell you. Try us, if wc do not make good, don't buy. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCUltl'OKTKAl) Next Door to Post Office. tiliiiklkiiiUiiiiillaiiiUlsiiiJ .AJdLikJ vHjy &5ip YOU CANNOT EXPECT HER TO BAKE perfectly unless you provld her perfect materials of which fiw t' course, Is the chief. A uck e' ' CXCELLCNCC brand will sctur t perfection question so Ur as liou' i concerned. Order a task to 4i u that perfect baking at your .it may begin at once. C. B. Travi ri'i'fTi'itfTiwfri'iir The Bright Side. V O- Foldlng Harrows, Hardware Co. all slzos. Hick--nan beliovo that the world Is a good place and Is growing better. This world bogan 'with a garden and It Is going to end with a garden. It's a pleasant place to live In and If wo Open Evenings. had been consulted as to which of (he stars we should chose for a hab- - We do Copying and Enlarging, make Medallions and Crayons. View and Flash Light Pictures any lime or place. Come and See. Let Us Introduce You INTO THE COMPANY OF GOOD CLOTHES. You'll be clad you made their acquaintance. Sorry you didn't TDK 1.ITTI.S SCUOOUIOCSK. p,et acquainted sooner make you feel like DOING Next to Price Hotel. Their influence will do you good. Do you p.ood DIRECTLY J. Madison Pollen 30p2si Make Every Dollar Worth More Than a Dollar... This store makes prices that are real persuaders. You look at a beautiful piece of furniture, and wish you could afford to buy it. You look at our red price fag, and find that you CAN afford to buy it. Just that experience awaits you here. We think we can show you the Largest Stock of Furniture to be found in this section of the state, with variety to suit all tastes. It is impossible to give you an idea of our stocks, but will say that we can furnish the home from basement to garret for cash or credit. We have just added to our stock the celebrated CHARTER OAK line of stoves and ranges. Nothing better and reasonably priced. Let us show you our line in any department before you buy. ltation, wo could not havo doao butter than to select this. Wo havo alwns been glad that wo got aboard this planet. It JuHt nulla us. To our mlud tho very but color in tho uulvurso foi wator is bluo; tho very bust shade for gra-s-a la ktoou, and tho very bos', for water la a cryutalllno flash. The mouutaimt aro just high enough, tho valleys Just low enough, tho rlvura jiut uwltt unougb. Tho humau fa to Is most wonderfully udapted for lta us with bunshlno In its audio and ninpest In lu frown; with two eyes, ono more than la necessary, so that If ouu is put out we still may eeo tho beautiful things Cod haa placed uh; with ono nose, inotrt admirably arranged to take In tho sweet perfume of earth. Art, oven at Its best, may be justly criticised, but where Is tho blusphem who would daro criticise tho arch of tho sky, or tho crest of a wavo or ho flock of fleecy clouda that the thepherd wind la driving over tho pastures of tho sky. There Is only one discord to a thousand harmonics. Tin re Is a whole sky full of robins y to ono hooting night owl, and to destructive torrent there hun public school No. 0. dreds of placid streams with water lielug a day, evening nnd vacaHIIIoh uncliorod at their banks and tion school niul serving as a public stars laying bright reflections to clubhouse for men, women, boys nnd bk-- p in their bosoms. girls, the building Is used ns n moving picture theater, a lecture hall, n gymnasium, n bathhouse, it dunce hall, For hoarseness, inflamed lungs or it library mid it pluygrouud house. A Irritating coughs DAJJLAUD'S 1IOIU5- free dental clinic Is to bo established HOUND SYitUI la a healing uaim. In It. and It has already become it It does Its work quickly and thor- public health olllcu. Its yard Is used oughly. I'rlco 2Gc, &0c nnd $1 por hs n playground, nn nthlutlc field nnd bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug uo. n school garden. With n little more There Is only One Pine Tar Honey ground for it park That is Dr. Hell's. It U tho original would come close to the whole plant a realization of and can ho relied on in croup, colds, couglm and all lung and bronchial the Ideal social center. Is thero any troubles. Look for tho bell on the tlier American Institution that so 8 naturally nttnicts to Itself nil the va Dottle. Med Interesls of the community? Au-pussiM-lal i--J ov-uir He-sid- school pin tit. and many communities are now nellng much larger dividends iikiii their m hool Invextmenla. Muti) uethltles nru now carrltd on In school liouoes after day hours. Kren lug nnd vucntlon schools, playgrounds In st'lKMit yards during July nnd eienlng recreation nnd social centers during tho winter months, free leeiures. enterinliimruts, ludoor sports, folk dances, civic nnd educational meeting In school asieinbly rooms nnd gyiiinasluiusthi'Mo are the chief ways In which the taxpayers nre,now gelling more service from school property. In HocheMier. where every other school liou) Iihs become a neighborl hood mi eitenxlve use of eliiMMrixitiiH U being iiinde by men's rlvlc clultH fur uonpnrtlxnn discus-hIouiicMtlon of political "Tho hIiooIIiouih ure the places for polltl-rnmeetings," said n county committeeman In u Itochester soclnl center. "I do not menu that they should bo opened lo nny one iotltlenl pnrly, but Why hould I bo rompelleil to nil to pi Into n tnirroom to address a political meelliig. where the bartender i using mo to udvertUo his beer) Why should I be compelled to go Into smoke filled rooms to talk on political I ssi i ci when mp have bulldlugi like thN where those things can bo taken up?" How easily tho ordinary public Helinol plant becomes tln focusing point for the social activities of the iielghlMirhiMid U w'ell Illustrated by THINGS. Give you confidence in yourself, los, and win the of others. reipert If these things appear to you to be vorth while, drop in some day and let us talk together on the subject of GOOD CLOTH IiS. SCliMIDT, Make Home Beautiful. Nothing beautifies tho home grounds like a few well selected roses. The Courier ls going to inuku it possible for every one of Its rouders to beautify his or her home grounds without n cent of coat. Wo wilt send you the six ovorblooiulut; ono year-olroses described below, absolutely free of charge If you will send us only J 1.25 to puy for the Courier ono year and Tho Farmer &. Bloekmaii one your. What Is more, wo will send you complete Instructions on plautlni: und caru with eueli collection. These Instructions uro written by an Ohio florist, ouu of the luu-i- successful on l The Tailor No Excuse For It ! Don't send your Job printing out t' town tit least uivo your home In1' ' ttition a chaucu to IlKiire on it. cuti furnish on short notice Commercial printing of all klmls Foreign aud Domestic Calcudan Advertising funs and novelties Kngruved cardH and wedding lnr lions. Lithographed school diplomas. Lithographed stock certificates, tu 1'urty Invitations. l.ltho. bank supplies. Customers checks with detachable cloth covers. Catalogues. Cotton aud jjruln tickets, Hlank book work. Hal, Shirt aud Millinery Hags. Hale and Htock Hills. Marriage Certificates. Don't buy now furniture gel yoi"" old pieces repaired aud upholstered Cliaa. Ward, over Fuuua, Helm & ! earth. Tho rosea will be sent post wild by The Farmer & Htockimm direct from the florist lu Ohio, any tltno you wUti You can onlur the collection now, before tho supply Is exhausted and luivo them shipped any tlmu you wish May 1st. Rosea tuny be planted any tlmu between this and May 1st. Uetter order now before tlio supply is exhaust- be-fo- ro ed. Thousands uro ordering plants now, und the supply may be exhausted If you wait until April to order. Tho Fanner & Stockman will hold the rosea for you until you nro ready to plant Uieni. Do ndt tako chances by waiting. See our special offor. theso Granulated Eye Lids ,. ST. LOUIS FURNISHING CO. not need to bo cauterized or scar- lued by a physician. Sutherland's Ka- gle Kyo salvo is guaranieeu 10 euro thfyn without pain. It la harmless niul a sure cure for granulated lids. 8 2Go tubes at all dealers. Do Dr. Dell's Antl-PalQlves Prompt Relief William II. Douglas, Jr., or WashingA sudden attack of Cholera Morbus i ton, D. U., uaya; I take great pleasdangerous. Keep Dr. Hell's ure In Informing you 1 have used Dr. (Jot tho habit ko to the Klectrlc at hnud, a dosu relieves almost U Hells Tlno Tar Honey ami it gave stantly. It ulso cures Diarrhoea, Flui Htudlo for fluo photos. mo almost Instant relief, 8 Cramps and all Dowel' Complaints. Antl-I'!"11 2,