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Jlannn m , A BLUE MARE HEf E mans that roar sob erlptlon bns expired itanew promptly II yen want the paper to coma to ron after this month , Aibina ia the Team that Pulla inc Commetcin um " " " Success. 77-f- ? CourFf .las a Spankin' Good Team. Crease the flxles at Your Wagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE 170. 3U47 ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAE L avt f VUbUKu IBT PAPER IN WB8TEHN JtUHTOOIT III HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1911. 1SOO I Fated House. m . -- to, tenlfs r4Wfl r &OTS Tho Groom roaldonco of Tom Thomna, Jn Hast Hickman, caught flro Tuesday afternoon, and mum burned to tho ground The fire origluat, d In tho kitchen, but Juki how, Mm. ThotnuH did not know, as k v,u wall iinuiT way whau Courier Want Column KATES One Cent per Word per Week M..,,, Uoz ........r.4i..i .i.T'lTrM i"?yi' Couches uiado to order, Phono. 94. by UaiuIii Adtnnce. Ward. dlcovjrd. THIS WEEK biiinlhoUHi, dainty book iiuimiau'a fragrantly Per i bvuly leaves boiiioji,.i-u.g of real dU.ht will bo , .u frvo to evry woman -- 1,0 WI our millinery - Kury woman who .ml In III what la lioweal liettt for fashionable mi til hi swiholl hhould blurt tu visit our aloru unit uKir complete Him of the .UMPllH Ilolji nrrlved nnd m1 of th bout- hold RoodH wre nnTtd. The plriM whb vnluwl nt about $1.M0, und waa Inwiri'd Thto ihhiu to Imv bwn an III fated Iiuum it ooHtalae.1 Umber I row Hip old CiMrt llutMv, which waa lorn doHii MVMml yaura ano. Tlw hoiUM- - until Ut yurm a no Mood o tho ttili- - of the blH bHHU Kin- livery Mabhr ami J. W lltaitd'a nitklHiioo A loh. trfmdv rain aoft- fiwsl (he Krwiml HI whkfc It atotol and lli lioti 4kl down Uic hill It won then um-apart ami moved lo FOR SALU: Good mixed hay. I'aul Shaw, State Line. Utt FOR RENT: Doslrablo residence ou tho hill. Ii. P. Elllaon. FOR SALE: Folding Harrows, all ulze8. Hickman Hardware Co. FOR SALE: 26 TONS ALFALFA1 HAY. SEE W. S. ELLISON. HI i Ml n H M J H 31 bra b: " FOR SALE: Cood hay, Umothy and olover mixed. C. C. Iionduraut. 4Gtf FOR SALU: Two registered Red Polled Bull Calve. 8 montha old. S. P. Henry, R 4, Hickman, Ky. tf PAINTINO of all klnda; 30 years experience. Reference G. L. Collins of S. A. Choate. Phono 32-M. N. Collins. Apr20 STRAYED: Ulack horso mule, six years old, 14 hands high, without any markd or brands. I value this niulo ut $110. D. II. Wilson. MEN and WOMEN, sell guaranteed hose, 70 per cent profIL Make SIO a day. Full or part time. Beginners Investigate. Wear Proof, 3038 Chestnut at., Philadelphia, Pa. lApr ,. nuwiitt mIcm. the In the iKilnt ahotw. In KutH Ilkkman. K WnnhHl wlir nar "1 luteatiiatc our rtvly to mt department facilities ....it , , ,.t . Au iiirvfully thu eihlbU of thu Atnt-r- l Tailoring Co . of vtiioMi Halloa county atwl mnh about (t08. 1ierw they Ikmim Uie grnilar. jwb. xnuu. hi- TWijm, war Nwrel oit aw! mivt-d- . but tha IwlblliHi wna coaflaitraUoN the IV a t M hwt a MiMTifie - r ti M Iikko, oirlushu Ja llmdberry'a rtMdan anught flro aad waa daimul ilolbtra It waa farad only by hard work aa a atlff bfMM wna Wow-liiluni-dn-- wo uro In UiU city aland ready tu take ur order for the very bol imu tailored to lueaauro gar- xiii at thu ntuitt rutiutrkn- low prlci-- a nnd Kiiaraii- uuisfncttwi In every wuy i CURLIN5 Ally A M , Don't (nil to Comn No Obligation to Huy (llittin. Mo Tytar lafl Tutaubty mi baalaitum. for Smith &Amberg, Marriage 1 I We villi deliver you fanoy Whlpor will peat In any quantity from five buthelt up at $t.60 per buthel f. o. b. Hickman MaguewoedO'Danlcl Co Rutherford, Tenn. 2tc FOR SALE: Eggs from standard bred Black Lnngshans, Buff Rocks and White Wyandottes, also a few choice cockerels. It pays to get tho host. Mrs. Anulo McDanlel, Hickman, Ky. 30 JC0 WILL BUY lot No. 7 In Henry Addition, If taken this month. This section Is building up faster than any other part of Hickman, and lot 7 la on the street containing tho largest number of homes. Inquire at tula office. Licenses K. C. Hetb waa hare from Pulton Friday. HORRIBLE THOUGHT! following wero granted license marry In Obion county last wort. Al H i Insurrectos Want Peace. El Paso. Tor.. JIar. 21. That Wrtns of peato between Dlai aud C THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS FW Cur For Consumption. - Prlrw. I. Hrallh and Hello Kvffer. JollytAiidtAHoachy, K flreeliwood and Lola ., . ,j f m 9 m Why you ae I Just hoppened think. the Ma-dorprua-ldan- w t'aderwod nnd Sndlu Douglas. y s I'MtilJohn nnd Daisy 1. PoUl-- j .1.1. 0 Il)r HAMUKL. IIOl'KtNH ADAMS. Any tHettram hlrb clsliix to Ua iIimns If It doe euiv holding llarrowa, Hardware Co. all alxci. Hkk-uai- i Atkltut Colo, of Fulton, was of Camp U, Woodmuii of 'i.. World, at Madison lllo, Ky., laid Good man for thu plan). oli-cle- i.'J clrk -k to lln patient. no wrw It at leant dlTerta blm from by falHeiT intilrel tiojH-of life mm fill th wherein Hen 111 Ih--I chance of .when vAjmtn adopt xvouMrs onti mn pat on corset coats.. ? iMMi't u lako our word; try ua. Furniture Co. Hick-i- i. nov dlrldod Into Hie (MMlilTety Imrmful and he necailvely harmful claaiea. In Hie nml riaioi I ahuilld put all iIiihm) rontnlnlnc opium, bash chloroform and any qunntlty of alcohol rwovery tninn. tliprefore. may rile-renioiii- a lx A $i$k our wives moy ) ft &,rvi i Leave Your Laundry HI BICE'S Basket leave Tuesday, turns Saturday. re- ItTory phyatclau whoae woric Shirts Collars 10c 2c takra blm Into the alums well knows tho typical history of the coiisumplhe working man who puts his faith In this class of nostrums Stimulated by tho alcohol or lulled by the morpblno Into fictitious liopofulncss or security, he continues his unchanged hnhllx of life until tho final breakdown comes with appalling awlftncHS To those of the medical profession 1 Icara It to ay bow swiftly Incipient ...i.. us wtor out their OLD CLOTHES!! ? as drawn bora last weok, have t botu accepted by tho lnaurrecto and that the end of tho revolution li oipectud within a fortulsht waa the anouncement made hero by tho iniurreoto Junta. totalis of tho poaca terma were carried to the Mexican government by Joae Yves Llmantour, Mexican minister of finance, and, upon hla arrival nt Moxlco City, tho Insurrectos declared, would bo formally presented to President Dlnz. The psace terms will call for the retirement of tho aged prssldent. TheInsurgent loaders are nbsolutaly coulldent they will bo accepted. Madero's Inactivity during the last few days la attributed by his advisers to th peace plans which waru conveyed by courier to him after being drawn up here. Tho Insurrectos say lhat if Limaulour Is successful In his mission, which Is undoubtedly oue of peace, negotiations will be begun Immediately and the peace pact will be signed by envoys of Diaz and Madero on tho border while American troopB guard tho negotiations. Tho resldcnco of L. A. Seay, at Fulton, was destroyed by flro Sunday morning. Get the habit go to the Electrlo Studio for fine photos. Hickman should go after a good cotton mill not an oil mill nor a gin but ono that makes tho cloth. Make Home Beautiful. ir&-,Aj 1 t- '' '$ Guarantee work strictly white - consumption uudor tho lnOueuco of these drugs. . ...!.!.. K.wwmi. O vw, w-vFOR err Si to nil Hood fellows In this world nnd the nest t drink to you n tou.t toultflit IIihkI filldlilii my text. 1 CTJ IELJLa 3B3B $ 2.50. $3.5 0,S 5.00 t t Sprinkling Rates 1011 The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May 1st and ending November 1st, 1011, in residence section, is t t i i 50 foot front and under 6.00 Qf (nf AnrK nrlrlilional foot. t Business house rate, each door 6.00 Sprinkling must be done early in the morning or late in afternoon. Please remember this. This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don t sprinkle. t t f i t the hIIow that takes your linml In nn Idllmc hour, you know; Not the frllow thnt alnpi your Imek As Ioiik m the hlKhUills flow: Hut the uhnp that apenki-- n kindly wor.l When tho world l runiiliiK wroair The follow thnt Krlps yuur hiilid like well And tells you life's it nuutr. What If we know Hint suoker llenT What If he knows It.tooT There nro times In life w hen the friend Unit lies U the only frlund that In true. Onvll nnd rnut. ye prudes w ho will, Of the e Mi of w lue nnd Kill Hut, oineliow, the renl, true thliiK we feel l4iikout when the wlue lenks In. The fool Is n fool, the end l a end. Whichever (led menus htm to he. Hut the inun thnt's n innn won't fnravt he'su Not PANTS Nothing beautifies tho homo grounds like a few well selected roses. Tho Courier Is going to make It possible for every one of Its readers) to beuutlfy hla or her homo ground without a cent of cost. Wo will send you tho six ovurbloomlng roses described below, absolutely froa of charge If you will send us only $1.-- 5 to pay for tho Courier one year nnd The Farmer & Stockman ono year. What Is more, wo will send you complete 40 ESCAPE FROM FIRE uud caro with Instructions on planting ouch collection. Theso by au Ohio Springfield (Mo.) Y. M. C. A. Razed instructions uro written florist, one of tho most successful ou by Klaze Originating From earth. the Furnace. Tho roses will bo sent postpaid by Springfield. Mo.. Mar. 21. Forty per- Tho Farmer & Stockman direct from sons, two of thorn women, oscnped tho florist In Ohio, any time you wish. narrowly when tho largo Y. M. C. A. You can order the collection now, bebuilding and dormitories burnod to fore the supply is exhausted and huva tho ground. Wheu tho lire was dis- them shipped any Ume you wish becovered It had gained much headway fore Muy 1st. before an alarm was sent In. Roses may be planted any time beIs estimated to bo about Tho lutu J100.000. Much of tho furnishings had tween this aud May 1st. Better orJust been put In. There was S15.U00 der now before the supply Is exhaustInsurance on tho building and 12,000 ed. Thousands are ordering theso oa Its contents. Tho losa of roomers plants now, uud tho supply may be done Is estimated at about $15,000. exhausted If you wult until April to Announcement was mudo by th order. Tho Farmer & Stockman will board of directors that a now slta hold the roses for you until jou are would bo purchased and n building shortly, Tho lot occupied by roiidy to plant Uieiu. Do not take areoted iho destroed bulldlg Is acrob tho chances by wultlug. See our speclul offer. street from tho three of the largeBt buildings in the city. It Is supposed tho fire oilgluatod from tha furnaco. d 1 '.' Tho' he's out on n So drink to this toant from your lienrW. my frlendii, n henrt to n heart let It run: Here's to iioihI fellows nil over the world. Their henltli.nud bless them every one. limn AIRSHIP PILOtTdROWNED Balloon Dussaldorf Falls In Zuydsr Zeo and Paul Kayfar Loses His Life by Drowning. Mrs. Kate Webb-Smi- th t HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. INCORPORATE t Henry Howard, of Route B, has bout recovered from a peculiar Injury. luu A horeo almost bit tho right of his cheek off when ho went into tho atnll to feed him. Tho big lot sale, for homo folks. In tho Industrial League Addition, Is on. n- - iffiilvi' um 'i Ili'.U i'iOJWJ I m&itl ...l 'v b;,1'.;: Wiu nii. ' ni,!' -- m qypi luwBim 'i TQ Mail'S SIlOTJ Berlin, Mar. 21. Tho Oerman balDusswldorf was blown Into the Zuyder Zee and the pilot, Paul Kayfer, one of tho best known aeronauts In Germany, was drowned and his passenger was rescued uninjured and In oonditlon. a The death of Kayfor was tho balloon fatality during tho lsst three months, and has resulted In a general agitation asalnkt the sport. SCHMIDT the TAILOR. loon d sev-ont- h will be glad to see customers at ' ' SMITH & AMBERG'S -- MAKKlt O- F- Shirt Waists, Lingerie Baby Layettes and Bridal Trousseaus A SI'KPIALTY efcjx?. .. Ail Enjoyable A I I . M MMa . Affair, Strength in Convention. MM JDomleProtection Fire departments are necessary and Lave much property, but they very enjoyable day was spent Saturday. March IS, at tho home last of Mrs. Minnlo Sconrce in West Fulton, iu celebrating the 71st birthday uf her mother, Mrs. Mary Louise Mil-ne- r. cannot be relied upon always. Although they may put out the fire, water may do as much damage as the fire. Fire Insurance protects you against the loss by fire as well as the loss by water damage. A fire Insurance policy In a reliable company with a reputation for fair dealing and promptness Is your best protection. We rep resent only such companies. R. T. TYLER, Agent. Real Estate Deals. H. S. Murrell executor to Israel lackson, lota Fulton, $426. Israel Jackson to l'orry and Loo Jackson, lota Fulton, lovo a affection. Leila Davis to Albert Copps, six .icies, $1500. 0. A. Bondurnnt to E. (L. Browder, 10u acres, $2500. Ida Griffin to J. 13. Uroclunau, 112 acres land. I' S. Knouso to Mrs. Wayne Thomas, lots Fulton, $300. C. W. Miles, Sr., to J. F. Rurohaui. 13S Mrs. Mlluer te the mother of 11 children, 7 living .grandmother of 1C and great grandmother of 3 children and all wore hi attendance, excepting one son, W. V. Milnor, of Prootor, Ark., and one granddaughter. Mrs. E. Ueasloy, of near Rives, Tenn. The day certainly was one to be long remembered by every one present, although "Old Sol" dWn't brighten the day with aunehtno. but every one within tho house seemed to be filled with sunshine and lwpplne. At tho usual hour the cover waa removed from the table ladeiied with a sumptuous repast which the daughters hnd prepared. Of course tola was real suitahine to the grandchilsuch as II. P. dren and soneln-law- , and S. W. Johnson. Clms. Htiddleatoa. and Robt. Morris. The birthday cake was baked by Mrs. J. U. M Utter, of Cnyce, and by Its taste and apiwar-ano- e everyone would agreo that she had mastered the art of cooking. Aa the day came to a close they resolved to celebrate Mrs. Mllner's next birthday at the homo of Mr. and Mra. II. P. Johnson In Cayoe. Those present wero: J. 11. MHner and family, of Cayoe. II. P. Johneon and fntHlly, of Cnyce. S. W. Johnson and family, of Cuyce Itobt. Morrie and family, of Fulton. Chns. Huddleoton and family, of Fulton. Mrs. Minnie Scearce and famHy. Mrs. Fannie Murchlson, of Cayce. of each candidate as follows FULTON COITNTY. For Roach. East Fulton C For Roach, Weitt Fulton. 3 Cayce, for Hoach, 3 Total for Roach 17. For Moore. State Line. 2 For Moore, Hickman. 12 For Moore. Sassafras Ridge. 2. For Moore, Madrid Ilond, 1. Total for Moore, 17. Uitfttatnicted. IxulRton, 3. Favorable to WiMlaroa. HICKMAN COUNTY: In Columbus today to pick a man for Representntite from this ilistrui The Fulton Uwder alaes up th' str' nB,h The nominating conuntion meets HAY PRESSES MOWERS RAKES BINDERS For Jackaon, all precincts, except North Columbus. 36. Unlnatnicted, North Columbus, 3. Appreciation. It liehoovee inc. as Mayor of Hick man to extend to Joe Cautillon and h(a ajgrfgatlon of ball players a grateful recognition of their effort. ael liberality In the voluntary contribution of an exhibition game of base ball for the benefit of tho Catholic Church, and in connection therewith 1 wteh to extend tho thanks of tho congregation to Uio business men. the Courier and Uie people that lent their nsMstance to mnko tho nffulr not only profitable for tho cause, but atoo pleasant for Uio visitors froom neighboring towns aa well as to our honiefolks. I have hnd tho pleasure of serving the lM'ople of Hickman In tho office of Mayor for nearly 20 years, and I euH conbolentlously say that all icia and creeds have boon accorded an Impartial judgment In any question that hns arisen, ami furthermore, can truthfully say that, regardless of creed, Uie people of our oily go hand In hand and know no law but thf law of one brotherhood for affiliation of Uie best interest of tho city a ixl the community. Tom Dillon, Sr., Mayor. Tailor made suits Lots Selling Well, acres, $SS92. j bv gt,Vj The Industrial league's sale of lota for Fulton county people opened J. P. Tomllnson to Mrs. Lorone yeeterday morning, and was well patTomlinson, lots Fulton, $S00. ronised. The management called off Clarence Bransford to Hiram Craw- - the sale tit the afternoon In favor of old, lots Fulton, $380. the ball game, which was played for Jos. Sanger to W. J. Harper, lot the benefit of the Catholic Church. East Hickman, $350. Their morning sales, although unJ. T. Plummer to Jno. Bradberry, der adverse conditions, amounted to lots East Hickman, $200. something over $3,200. Tho sale will continue until Saturday night, and It Messrs. Owen, proprietors of Uie O. Is predicted that a goodly number of lota wHl have been sold by tho and n K. Laundry at Fulton, have their agency from Hickman In of four days. The N. C. & St. L., at fa' or of the new laundry here, ex- the last moment volunteered the use cept for dry cleaning of nearly all of their passenger train between and the grounds free of so U of goods, which is cot done by down-tow- n the Hickman Steam Laundry, and charge. The management also kopt for which the O. K. Laundry claims eight free carriages running for the much merit. Phono their Hickman benefit of all who desired to look agnt, Willis Wilson, No. 19, or leave over the now addition or purchase fcoods for him at Fuq.ua and Helin's lots. store Monday or Tuesday mornlng.'Sc One nice lot will be given away during the Kale, and this will be Local recruiting officers of the U. worth trying for. S army received special orders yea- League Addition The Industrial leixiay 10 put iorui every eiion. to will prove a boon to Hickman. It will be the means of getting several There may bo something doing be- factories here, and for this reason, tween the U. S. and Mexico. if for no other, our people should hearty J. C. Burdick, of Union City, has give this proposition their pulling support. Tho League is filed suit against tho Commercial-Appea- l " for the upbuild"teeth and and Sen. F. J. Caldwell, of alleg- ing of the town, not only tho east for $25,000 damages, ing libel In an Interview published In end, but any old end; anything to make Hickman a bigger and better last Sunday's paper. city. WEATHER: Fair and cooler today Attend their sale; give them your Friday fair with rising temperature. I support with-brawtoe-nails- K. L. Smith to lots Fulton, $700. J. P. Tomllusou, at Rice's. May-fiel- Orover Drown waa hero from this week. Mr. Lear, of Ripley, was here a few dayBthls week. Miss RuUi Cronshnw, of Union City, waa horo Saturday. Herman Pogram, well known young man of Fulton, died Tuesday night Xlghtridors of tho mounted and masked variety Uiat struck terror to the hearts of tobacco growers during tho tobacco war of four years ago, reapiMmred Tuosday night Part, burning n big tobacco barn ami destroying 16,000 pounds of tobai-i- Machines that the factory will deliver, PREPAID, to us at Hickman. A Car Load of nr Tho Minneapolis base ball ilub, which Is doing Its spring practk-here, "divided Ith house' a'nd playrd t against Itaelf yesterday for Uie ! of Socred Heart Catholic Chiin-hof this city. It waa a fast game from start to finish and Mas thor oughly enjoyed by the 760 fana wbo witnessed It. Many of the huainesA lioun'3 and Uie public schools were closed to take In Uio game The church will clear nliou. $190 as n result, and aro mighty glad they wero in on tho deal. e ne-fl. PRINCE ALFRED H ?!fwi This fine young stallion will make the season of 1911 at my stables, three miles from Hickman on Dresden road. There is not a better all purpose horse in the hands high, dark county. He is 5 years old, 16 bay and weighs 350 pounds. He is a combined horse, well developed and has good style and action. As a breeder Prince Alfred can't be beaten, as any -2 1 of his colts will show. PEDIGREE Sired by Alfred G., dam Maude S., sired by Tom Hal, owned by Brasfield & Ferguson; he by Joe Hal, owned by a stock company at Troy, Tenn. Grand Dam, Belle, inbred Veteo, was owned by myself 22 years. TERMS $20 00 to insure live foal. Money due when fact is ascertained or mare parted with. Care will be taken to prevent accident bul will not be responsible should any occur. J. C. IIENDMX, Hickman, Ky. CRUTCHFIELD. Russell GaskluB la ablo to be out again. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Turner wero in Fulton Saturday. Georgo Ratta, of Fulton, waa a visitor hero Sunday. Miss Valora Arrlngton, of Harmony, was hero Saturday. Will Thompson, of Fulton, waa here Thursday on business. Misses May and Desslo Pewilt, of Clinton, visited frionds hero Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Clifton Dalton of Uardwell, viaitcd their parents hero Uils week. Mrs. O. M. Phillips and Miss Jennie Kearby returned from a visit to Fulton frionds. Tboa. Newberry and family, of Hock Spring, sont Sunday at the home of John Finch. Mrs. James Kearby and litUo daughter have returned from a visit to relatives in St. Loula. Mrs. Clint Howell and children, of Fulton, spent Sunday here tho giicabt of Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Thompson. Mrs. Mary Caldwell and daughter, Miss Ruford, have returned from a visit to relatives In Pierce, Tenn. Mr and Mrs. J. S. Uaskins xont Sunday with Mrs. Oasklna father, Sunford Roper, who la sick wlih measles at his homo four miles north of this place. Miss Emily Smith, aged 70, died nt the homo of her slster.Mrs. Luns-- 1 all, Sunday night nt 10 o'clock. Tho causo of her death was measles. The burial took placo Monday near Water Valley. Therefore, if you are needing; any of the above machinery, give us the hint, and we will figure you in on the car, making; your machinery Cost Vou Less HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCORPORTKAI) EM 3 V FERNS ! Advertise Hickman. J I. T.icker, special ropreaonta-Uof tho Commorcla! Appeal, was o you. CURLIN is show hero thla week aud picked up $160 ing quite n large number from live wlrett to mv fn .. i.i., .i.. ...... bll Paiitt "" K,.i.... HICK of Ferns. Your curly in- man. Tin, advertisement W"MUSappear will ... w. aununy spection nn advantage to a fw of the paper. It will exploit thousand and oho advnn- I. E. What Fashion Has . U(lvl-llajMu.- ,l Decreed in Spring iuhw mat we offer to Uie H. E. Curlin Vital Statistics, DIrtha. n J wlfo, lltlla eltv u,.- ...! more trie or wt of liUHtnwg meiu lie i......uBi io uixe apeofnl ear It, the metier for our Hd. Hd we fire drad euro io k.-- i our ihbii'h werth "lur-H-wuK- world. Mr. Tucker wait frank .. ,ii,.,..,..i edge tlwt he hue never vtalted a utore outside BOSTONIAN AND KNEELAND FOR MEN Footwear Styles If it is a fashionable thought a stylish idea a new model you will find it here. Our new line for Spring and Summer is complete enough to delight the man or woman who seeks ultimate excellence. We are showing LOW SHOES in a most charming array of the best shapes, leathers, weights, lasts and styles. Everything desirable and attractive will be found in our lines of HOSIERY for Men, Women and Children. w ' i.,,.. , pre-part- TlKe who nte: March II, cor1lMiiH to thin !' J 8 Mimlor hi 11 Deaths. M.irry ii if i The Peoptea Iteek, $16. Hickman Hank, lit. ItBrmere & Merchant Ileuk W A. Dodde, $lt lllckMMH Wmcm Co. $ln vypP THAYER FOR BOYS $iii Hdwunl KIiiioh, tTarenoo KliiHMt ami wife, tm 17. WrauflliltU. mil ink n remain lime, $10 dfce I May Uo, neixl IG 3 yoam, oh IS. iHlriMi). ii..wir.l Orow, i yearn old, March wilt K Am4m. $iu ImMmt Ikxfcla d o it,, $(l lllekawui Courier. $l IlkkttMa Ilder Cn.. tie IlkkuMH Ire & Com Co. $10. lii3Je Hotel, $&. ImIoU4h I,eWr, $100 MILLET & ALEXANDER MEN'S HEAD-TO-FOO- f (' Woe & Co. rail spooml alien- v tu Oielr now aprlim Hint of !.v x and Mhuma Mlljiom. No hotter iitjc tti Hickman mid you are. In- i iu w them whether )iu ear in dofut or not. LetWonl & ItamMf, $iu HlekmM Dm Co. $6. HWm A laitow. $t. A H KeejMKlf, It. St Umk I'Mrntehlftc f ' H It turtle, $1. T OUTFITTERS H Frost Will Speak. W. A. Frost, candidate for Stato Senator will spcuk at tho following places on the following dates: Hickman, Saturday, May 13, Cayce, Saturday, May Cth; Water Valley, Saturday, April 1; Clinton, May 2, und Mayflold, May 15. A number of aro yet to be made. . $6 ih lis .. Fultcn County C&pi,ol AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Ward. It. lteynoMe Mow & Co . (' I. Walker. $1 8 I. Dodti. $ 0n II A. Tyler. $10 I r i,tT'i,,lT,iH'r1,T,(i 'I 'I?' H"H I",I,,t f,'t f "(, $r. &MMAMABAml II ifct r Heard On the Streets - ft "? PTTTTTTTTTrT'f'I'TTT ' Circuit Court. II MuM for iMittlalilHIll of mi II' liM-t- l lAHKfiinl, lnjsrortl v. J. M. New aprl e4a M lUce'e. Itoye New IIIK Km-- . Ianu nt furulehliifui Ctirlln'fi. e4ate March the month to build. Get your plan ready and let us deliver Sam Thomas, of Lewisport, Ky., Is lUUTM. I'Olt 8AI.IC. A oow with young cxil the lumber to your lot. Everything vlslUng his son, Robert Thomas, a Kelpie Hh lot mIm, flrea, P A strlko of 400 government emneeded In a building from the brick few miles south of town. C. I, itotte. So i. T Morrt vw. Jtwfo .Morrl. Suit kfuielMill riihh and (!) ummI kiuuuhi ployes, ouglnemeii and their helpers, In the foundation to the nail that Bt .Mm. J. II. Pollock hoit been keep lUrkMMN foltw pret Ulto holdt the shingles on. New plumbditttrr. lias beuu precipitated at Praralso, Caty well exfTratMl alek Uila wik. ing and tinning shop added to the nal Zono, Panama, because of Uio ..to J lkmixir V. II. A. IttMip A IncarceraUou of W. A. Lowe, a formbusiness. W. A. Dodds. ' ll lUXNHltU. Straw bat reiuly for your lnsp;o-lUof lBdurh, wbo Judxo Win er Fulton man, in the United States clr-- i hUI th Jeinutr) trrin of PuUom at OurNn'a, Tho Courier recolvod yesterday an pouttouUnry, following a sentence of m Xtwt.sd to till timrt iii t h t ili other fino Job profcs which will bo ouo year at hard labor Inflicted upon A STIIAW HAT ' r Adonis, of Mayflold, una a WITHOUT A (hri-ri- i u a ' iiJitiit. for nniioiiiK placed Into son Ice In our job departhim by a federal judgo f6r alleged KI.AW l Curlln'a. '! iv Thurmlay r ment. Tho prices and tho quality of criminal carelessness whllo on the caStrap and button nllpijrd, alt loat'h- - work turned out has boon tho means Don't send your job printing out of nal work in tho capacity of locomoof tuarenalng our buslueaa to such an ra and iHete. lllco. give your home insti- tive engineer. town extant ttmt another proas was neces- tution, at least n chance to flguro on It, We What nlRHtt tho "iiaroni" Kirt In sary. Urlttff ou tho work; we'll tnko C. L. Shaw has accepted a pernia-nuonn furnish on short notice Wlio'U llikuwn? ar the first Otiro of It. position In tho Man's Shop with, lnir II. K. Curlin and Mr. Shaw wished Commercial printing of all kinds. Prompt Delivery, it you phono 74 to have all his friends call and eo Judge W. A. Knylor and J. W. Uo-i- n for groceries aud nieatB. Matheny Foreign and Domestic Calendars. him when In. town. Make this storo In Pulton ou btwltxew yea--i Itros. & Plant. Advertising fans and novelties. your homo whother you wish to buy i da Kugraved cards and wedding Invitaor not, C. L. SHAW. Sue Uio Cluett hIiow window at tions. la Tliv Majflold Couiuiaralal Club Curlln's, the largoat lino of shirts In Lithographed school diplomas. Twenty-twautomobiles were couut of (t)liiK to nut nu ueroplnuu meet In Kentucky. They arc shipped to inland points--so- me Lithographed stock certificates, etc. ed at tho ball game yesterday. Theru that ill). Party Invitations. woro cars from both Fulton und Unthem to us. C T. Ilondurant Bpont several days Litho. bank supplies. Th- - llUkiiian loo & Coal Co. will ion City In tho bunch. In St, Loiibj this week on IujkIiiosh. Customers checks with detachable They ore packed just as you can sec them in hturl their day ourrent for niwilue Chas. Huttor was In the Clayton Joo Kvorly, of Dirk, Mo., waH hero cloth covers. i line ou April 1st. neighborhood this wook on business, WedneKdny on buslnewt. our store as fresh, nourishing and wholesome as Catalogues. lint ie it tho ulsn of? The N. C. Cotton and grain tickets. Tho genuine Furstean trousers, $3 A. I. Owen, of MaKenzle, was hero 1. actually had u oabooso on A. St the moment they left the shell. They ore Ulunk book work. values at Sullivan Bros., $1.75. wnorol daya this week. tluir local fruhjht train In Hickman Hat, Shirt and Millinery Uags. y.ale and Stock 13111a. Kd Matiieny was In Union City Oscar Salmon was In East Pralrlo Murrlago Certificates. on business this woek. The new laundry jhkiiub to bo Kt-tut- Sunday. all the bualuoaa It con handle a Title U a Kood Htart, and the The Cream of the Oyster Metis Villi grow, i i.wi Hurt . K.1 Hart. CkniTk ltepiler HMirtilnt mmI errata SRIMlHr IclHMl M 10 a. M. WW. O nH M4HUHI. Xlatetrr twhrterlM iiti Him at Itleo'a. at mir Ilobhers broke into five biiHlnesa uusea In Ma) field Saturday night i must bo poor picking in that town U Uio coal dealer's tliey got 30c, at e In laundry they pocketed tho uiu of 7c. Tho oUior pkicea all old loKt about $15. And that after a Saturday's buslnea. Tboy could do hHter than that by breaking into a nial Iioubo In lllckmuu. hnnd-Moni- of ready iihuIo jhiiiU Miss Mnry Mnddox was given a sur lirlso party Friday night by a number of her ) on UK friends. Gam en were ria)cd nml a big time had by alt Tho guests woro Misses Mary Kimbro George IJurrus, Christine and Miriam Luton, Swan Naylor, Mary llurrus and Graco Klmercr, Mottsrs. McKeo JolniBoii, Ixiii Nuylor, Arnott Hondrox lion and Dan Ilrlggs and Doylo Journey. Cnrlta'e. UtiK I l, No Excuse For It ! nt The Best Oysters are not Sold on the Coast u.-rt- - o Sealshipt Oysters i"t-nia- biwl-jnua- Umler the termi of our contract, the oyiter planters and ihipper arc bound to ui to observe specified restrictions covering the growing, shucking and shipping of Sealshipt Oysleri. The Seatshlpl System has the most comprehensive methods possible to Insure your getting pure oysters. Besides the supervision of SUte and Federal Government, their oyster beds are regularly analyzed by the Laboratories the famous food experts. As a further protection to the public, we sell Sealshipt Oysters only from a clean white and blue porcelain enamelled display case, thoroughly iced from the outside. This system enables us to deliver Sealshipt Oysters to our customers as pure, fresh and full of the genuine sea flavor as when eaten from the shell. Le-derle woro Kird Chuiuloy and Mrs. Olllo Hoard married at tho homo of in Weet Hickman Suturda) t niiiR, by County Judgo Naylor. r A good, play with a strong plot and an unusual amount of rich comedy, Interproted by n clever lot of people la what will bo Boon when tho IIaiib Hanaou Comiwiny apicar8 at tho Lyric Saturday, March 20. OWING to the late arrival of my stock, I very much that I was unable to open 1 1 1 v Tlio Mlnnenpolla base ball club will dUIdo hi two squads and leao for pnutlce gamea at other towns One Saturday, March 8th, as previously nounced, but instead will open for business an- :f ilub leaves this afternoon for ti ii Nash- ville, tho other Iooaok tomorrow for MvinphiH. They will bo out alMiut da s Saturday, March 25th While it will only be a short time until my stock will be complete and properly arranged, I shall be pleased to have you come in at any time. Pay me a visit and be be convinced that I can save you money on every purchase. Mi You Can Get no More Nourishing Food than Sealshipt Oysters Our Oysters are grown in salt water. Impurities never originate in sea water, so any oysters are purer than nine-tentof the water or milk you get. Sealshipt Oysters are also economical. A pint Is enough for an ordinary family. You get no ice water in buying Sealshipt Oysters-noth- ing but solid meats. hs Or E. I. Soharf, whom fiongrMta. nmn Johnson, of Kentucky, aome tlmo afio tlenouiiccd on the floor of the IIouho iia a lobbyint and cliargid him with aollcillng ft bribe, will alio the CoiiRreaaiiiau for $20,000, ullKtn th.it Mr Joluwon oxceeded tho lloiint- m llegea In Ills romarka. At tho Motiiodlat Church next Sun day will bo Sunday School at 'J t.r it .in , preaching by tho pantor, ltv O W. Wllbon, n in. i I at 11 a. in., nml 7 30 Call and Get a Free Booklet Sealshipt Oysters may be served in countless diffetcnt ways. When In this neighborhood, stop and get our booklet, "Mark Twain's Oyster Story," .which contains many shore recipes. rnncr mooung i nem ei-j- Wednesday ovonlng at 7:30 A general ln nation Is oxtomled for all Hut services. Haven folka took IDOrO r Jr ""P" S IllterOSt l Ellison Bros. tho election of dulogatoa to nttowl tho Columbus convention today man any other precinct In tho county. dolo-gat175 voters woro prosont. Their went unlnstruoted. Unusual Interest woa taken In tho matter as this la tnyco'a 'fxll hotiao" when It comes to voting. I ' I.v w KfV YTtbW The State at Large. Frankfort. Although nearly every olllcor of the Kentucky National Guard has volunteered for service at tho maneuvers In Texas and California, the list of those to bo recommended for servlco was never sent to tho war dopartment. As a result it was sent out that Kentucky was ono of tho few states which had failed to send lu a lint. New Floor Coverings mzzm&wmtf&izzmzm :We announce the arrival of our new.- - CMICAOO S 1 i ItyVt r aV 1 M 1 Apr ' ' 1 r a wl KS"" gsgsgsgsgsgflLsV The list, as prepared by tho adjuoillce, was submitted to tho governor for his approval, but he was rushed with business and worried over Mrs. Wilson's illness, so did not approve. He said It was too lm portant a matter to hurry over and ho wanted tltuo to consider beforo approving tho list. tant general's Mattings, Linoleums and Rugs MATTINGS-N- ew lm. am J bbsbsbsbm 110 ll A gagagagVatt BgsgsaaVsgm R? Arguments for Wendllng. Arguments were heard by tho court of appeals In tho case of Jos. Wendllng agaltiHH tho commonwealth on appeal from the Jefferson circuit court. Tho courtroom was filled with spectators an ho were there to hear tho pleadings Tho court probably will not pass on this case until tho April term. Tho child's mother formerly lived In Frankfort, and the case has attracted as much attention In Frankfort as In Cscheat to State. In the court of appeals Judgment of tho Joftcrson cnauccry court, second division, was attlrmed lu tho case of llio l.culsvlllo National flanking Co. and Charles T. bearing, a stockholder, against the commonwealth. Judge I lot 8on delivered tho opinion and tho whole court, except Judgo Miller, concurred. Tho action was by the Louis-Milschool board to escheat to the stale two lots owned by tho bank, valued at about $3,000. e patterns at, per yd. New patterns, sq. yd. . . . 12 . 1 1- -2 to 35c LINOLEUMS RUGS-N- ew 50 to 60c patterns, size 9x1 2. at . . 2,50 to 23.50 75c to 10.00 SMALL RUGS at iWe are also showing new lincZZZZZ bbbWbbVIP'SbbIHbbVbbIbM BM CjMsfj jLr Lace Curtains BALTZER & DODDS D. INCOHI'ORATFO J and Draperies . Must Appoint Liquidation Agent. NCQRO EDUCATOR HURT IN FIOHT Secretary of State Uruncr wired the WITH NEW YORK CARPENTER. directors of tho Two States bank at Stepheosport, which was closed, that IMrlch Asserts College President they must appoint a liquidation agent Called His Wife "Sweetheart" at once or Iw will take blep to havo Victim Clilms Innocence. tho court appoint such an agent. Bruner has requested tho state bank New York. Mar. 21. Albert IMrlch examiner to submit him a statement 34 years old, a carpenter, was ar Tho Fulton Loader says: "We Mr. Sam Parkhaiu loft this week to of the condition of tho bank at ouoa raigned In the Wait Aid court on a chares of auaultlag Booker T noticed In a Memphis paper of yester- fill some contracts for tho construc- and ho will mako It public, Washington, acknowledged leader of day a special from Hickman to the tion of now houses in tho Drown adthe negro rtoy In tie United States, effect that that city would soon hear dition recently opened up at Hickman. Elks' Reunion In August. Isaac T. Woodson, of Louisville, tem- preeldeat of tae Tuskegre lu.isltute tho "clang of street cars through tho Tho opening of this addition has porary clmlrman of the arrangement one-tlof Theodore Itooievelt streets." This Is tho host Joke wo given a number of contractors now committee of tho Louisville 1odgo of at the White Home. have heard of In a long time." Now business and numbers of new cot- Klks, for the State Reunion Ulrich alloges b caught Washingyou hush up; you'vo got no sense of tages and residences aro to be built which will meet here In August, ton loitering about tha front and veshumor. If you want to run anybody's right away. Mr. l'arkham will bo Swlgert fay tibule of the apartment houie at had a conference with J. 1H MM IH! II ir., IJHI II . . iir. k flla town down, go after Ed Walker's. lllllltl II wen auij-inir- ! street, aeung la a at Hickman a greater portion Iteunlon ,association, . in reference to ,usplclou manaer. that ha watched We're too busy working up "Jokes" of the your probably. He Is oue of tlie details of Uie big mooting of Blks. um tor i0me time and saw htm pep to take tlino to dress you down. our good citlzons, a skilled mechanic From now on Mr. Taylor and tho i through tho keyboU, of one of the mid his services will bo worth a great other olllcera of the association wMl apartments, Mrs. Utolch anerU' make a constant effort to ctvatc a wWe Washington called her "sweotheart" Pay cash and save money on your deal to the citizens of Hickman. in tho meeting this year, bo as she entered the house. intent coal bills. A. A. Farli. Her com-tha- t Union City Commercial. hereafter there will bo no doubt j plahu followed on eby Ulrica's dauga-abou- t tho continued succetw of tbo ter, wo told hlra sha had ben ao- siaio ueumon association m neuiucKy. ceatea by a negro In tfje street. He west to Investigate, and his attack on Washington followed. Requisition Honored. On a requisition from the governor Washington declares that a grievous of Ohio a warrant of arrest was Issued mistake was made. He said he was ' for tho return to that state of Allen searching for the auditor of Tuskegeo Griggs, now under arrwst In Louisville, j institute, who h believed was vlsltln He Is wanted on a charge of failure to relatives In tha Sixty-thirstreet provide fur his family. house,' Wsshlngton was so weak from the Up to State Board. beating he rccolved that he was unIn the case of the Commonwealth able to appear when Ulrica's can by II. L. Anderson, revenue agent for was called, and a continuance was the state at large, agalnBt tho L. & N. r&llroad, on appeal from tho Jefferson circuit court, the court of appeals the Judgment of the lower court. ARE HERE READY Anderson sued to have assessed ceo tain property owned by the rallrfrad FOR YOUR INSPECTION and alleged to have been omitted from S 3.50, S5.00 the tax list of 190S. Tho railroad aV claimed that tho property had not been E2 X aTX assessed or omitted by tho state board of valuations and asBcssments. Thn uppellate court says that It Is up to tho ttato board to act In tho matter. LEVER designs are used only in International Clothes. Wool fabrics only go into them, and every Internation al suit is worked upon by most skillful tailors that money can employ. In this way you get them right the right models the right fabrics the right fit and the right price. Your inspection of the new fabrics is invited they are now on view at c Bruner Orders Bank Closed. On account of excessive loans too bank, of Stephensport, was ordered to close Its doors and go Into liquidation by Dr. Hen I.. Bniuer, secretary of state The order to closo was contained In a telegram sent to the bank. The bank was capitalized at 15,000 and had deposits amounting to more thau 150,000. It Is not believed that the depositors will lose anything. Tho bank was examined recently and found to havo exccsslvo loans to cer- B. tain persons. Two-States CO. A T. WASHINBTDM BEATEN U. S. WINS OIL CASE? Ghild Burned to Death. Ia-h- Millet & Alexander ae not 1 a Standard Loses Supreme Court FIqM, According ! Report from , Ijwly May tho Nation's Capital. dAiiKlitor of Mr. aixl Mrs , of a lllckiiian. Washington, Mar. II. A report, apburiuil itaturday afternoon parently well autehntlcated, la curre.nl la Washington that th supreme court dleil Sunday. haa decldud la favor of the governMm. I wan burning n. ment The attorneya for tbo Rtandard ex- lu tho yard, and the child ,. pect a decision any time Their In- got t( cl"o to the fire and formation Is that whllv tu!r case la rlbly burned beforo tho fUi. definitely settled, the decision In the Im ettingulslM-OMedical u tobaoco case la still "up In the air." suinmoiHil at oikew but not I and Is not likely to com until after U) done to aavo the little in reces, which Is to be tsken until April 3. Tlio remalnn weru burlttl a' Uoth trusts have counsel present la vlllo Monday, burial aenltci the susremn court chamber, and ar- II J. (llg.ir. rangements have been made by some financial Intetvtta to have any deciDon't buy new furniture t sion rendered In thw big cases fltthed to Wall atreet as toon after the old plecra repaired and uplu as postlbl. Steps have Cljas. Ward, over Kuqua, lieboen taken to protect the stocka of the big concerns In the event of an adverse decision. !.-- Wt . Affinities lUichi-l in Jail. - FOUND GUILTY L. 8, NafUger Olven Sentence of Five both tiegrtx-s- , Years and Fine of 16,000 for on Ktb. lltli. Buying Stolen Otampi. New ring Goods Wichita, Kan., aMr. Jl. 1. r. Naftx-gcformerly president of the Kourth National bank of Wichita, was found guilty by a Jury In the federal court here of buying and selling stolen pottage stamps. The oftrneo Is punishable by a maximum sentvtice of Dym years lu prliou and a fine of 11,000. Broom Corn Supply Burned. Charleston. Ill, Mar. 21. practically the entire available supply of broom coru In thw United States was destroyed by a Are which swept over 11 blooks and caused a lust estimated at 1300,000. r, Ladies and Children's Slippers button or strap, in all leathers the season's latest productions. Don't r 2.50,5 VTTi k3 SHY NAMED SECRETARY. LoutavlUo. P. M. Shy, secretary of tho state board of agriculture, forestry and Immigration, was elected to tho Bccretaryahip of Kentucky's Btato fair board, to succeed J..W. Newman, by a voto of G to 2, his competitor being Hubert Vreoland, former secretary of agriculture. A RECOLLECTIONS. glittering mirror, a polished bar, Myriad glasses and straws In n jar, A kind young man nil drenwtl in white Aro my recollootluns of last night. i fail to see this line. new things A store hill of ami Olnrencpro tmlii-- In n In tho glamour fatoatlon and banking In tli of their respective nfflnitK overlooked tho fact that Ow a lawful wife, and child, and ' aim) had n tiiislmnd nnd elm The ilcwjrn-- apotises learmil nfflulty marrbigc, nnd forthwt to Invent l;nt'. It wu true, nlnii. ns County Clerk I marriage certificate lioft-i was cast, Tuetulay tho fonuiken huslu wlf.j Hworo out wiirranta fir former loves. They ft ro Johnson nnd nro now I.i lug In tho county Jail, where tl. await tho May term of circuit to aimwtir to tho charge of I There wero no divorces lu the procwdlng, ami tbo afflnllH likely continuo to live In th city for Homo time to come 1 d ce-Ktl nrn-Shorlff Cora h SHIRTS, TROUSERS, OXFORDS HATS, UNDERWEAR, NECKWEAR, etc. t7'lstfCtI3'i i II Tailor Made Suits and Pants a Specialty. SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW McKenzio It. Todd, state Inspector and examiner, reported to Oov. Will son tho collection of S217.GQ from Muhlenberg county. There Is only Ono Pine Tar Honoy That la Dr. Boll's. It 1b tho original and can bo relied on In croup, coldd, coughs and all long and bronchial trouble). Look for tho bell ou tho 8 Bottle. Tho Presbytery of tho Presbyterian Church, U. S. A., will conveno at Dyer, Tonn, on Tuesday, March 28. I to v. Stockton and W. 11, McQeVieo will represent tho Hickman Church, Oblon-Memphia ttiBHri 3BKBUBH 0'bbbb1bbBLbbbbMbH (BrWMHLk Final Settlement. ".."?T'"iC, X .P. All parties holding claims uf tho astute of Oeo. W. ItoberlH, d cJ, aru hereby notified to pr imo, In proper form, to tho u Tho steps were slippery, hard to climb I rested hIriknI admlnlHtrator on or befor often had lots of time. Awkward keyhole, a misplaced chair, 1. 1111, or bo forever barred PYLB, Admr. Informed tho folks thut I woa there. A BeaHlck A sidewalk narrow mid far too long, A sloppy guttur, a policeman Htrung, Tho slamming door of a Jolting hack! Aio my recollectloiiH of coming back. ii w W. ilii feS Sn iMUJtcuxwmai ,T tMf E. C. RICE & CO. Lead ers in Style The Man's Shop Oysters tho world'a bout. Conn " and seo how U'h done. And ai.k l And In tho morning ennio bags of Ice, a roclpo booklet. It's free. W vu Ho neceasury in this life llros, of vice. And when tho Ico had eased my pain Tllil Ikllllll. dnl.niln . .1 fl Imlf L Did I awear off! "No Cot Drunk day yeatorday to attend tho bU: t11 Again." gamo. Cocktails, fizzes and drinks galore. All emptied on my bedroom floor. A heated Interior, nil aching head, man, a revolving bed, Wo havo a silent iwlcsmati u' s'oro that soils nothing but Siai A " A PflW 'UW1 EJ"- - l J O.Siubbs DENTIST ialM 1: Itulldlnq. . otrr AI ns Nil. m (I is the Team that I'ulla tne L'ornmerctal NO. 17 m in western kentdokt THEHieKMAN COURIER. U. your inb mini thatbaa expired orlptlon Iletiew promptly I' r'U want the paper to come to yon atter thin mon.b A BLUE MARS HEBE !!lL!!!!LL3 UCC0SS' ThB DUrieT han a Spanktn' Goad Team. VOLUME Grease the Hxles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up rAri;B HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1911. WHOLE NO. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAB 1HBO 2047 i T i u H ft j a i : si V ' . I r i i'i n. I II 'it II see the Spring clothes parade moving now; you're part of it yourself . The YOU'LL beautiful fabrics this season you ever saw; grays in all shades and color combinations; browns and tans, light and dark; blues in many stripes, plaids and plain effects. The best clothes are made by , .... .' l ; t Vll ; i ; ."4. i i; t iA 11 Hart Schaf frier all-wool & Marx mKj;mwmsmmmmmAitf '- - 11 cloths; the soft, beautiful Scotch and Irish tweeds and homeThey use none but spuns, hand woven; English and American worsteds, serges and cheviots. and the Varsity, in suits. Young men will especially be pleased with the new Shape-make- r, These things you must not fail to see ; and when you come in we'll try to show ypu what real service in selling means. We're here to help you buy, not simply to. sell you something. Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits $1 8 to $25 Other makes $5 to $1 6.50 We have not forgotten the boys, either, and are showing as nobby a line of Knickerbocker suits as you'll see anywhere, Plain and fancy serges, attractive cassimeres in grays, browns and tans. Buy your suit early and get the choice styles. Ages 4 to 1 7. Prices $5.00 to $8.00 "iT. I Ji VfOU need more than a new suit for your Spring outfit. I--l ATS for Spring, too; you may already have yours; lots of men buy a new hat before the Spring clothes Ji You should see the new patterns we're showing in fine shirts; plaited and plain fronts, stiff and soft, cuffs on and off; some of the new negligees with French cuffs are Shirts $ and up. Neckwear, too, in a great array; 25c gets a good cravat and 50c gets a better one. Hosiery, gloves, medium-anlight underwear; all here, all good. very lively. 1 idea gets pressing. We have some very attractive new shapes in soft and stiff hats. Exceptional values in hats from $ .00 to $4.00. A new line of soft hats with telescope or creased crown; especially tor the young 1 d ;i-i- t n 1! fellows. You'll find everything in furnishing goods here. :'. . i ' SMITH & AMBERC r sn rB W k AMT fcn .9H i l-- A u i I ft K tafirtNMMaata Two More Industries Will Locate in Hickman Positively Assured of a Grain Elevator; Cotton Seed Oil Mill, Gin and Compress i man and gives It to the farmer. This concern last year were paying 6c, More factories Is what we need while their competitors were strain ind more factories aro what wo aro ing to pay for seed cotton. Letting. They will also do custom compressing S. M. Williams, of Dyersburg, Tenn. It might also be of Interest to epresentlng a big syndicate that state that this company uses what twiis and operates more than a dor--- n pressure prolarge cotton seed oil mills through Is known as the "cold cess," In making their oil and meal, he South, was here last week and as was the went over the situation carefully with and do not cook the seed case with the plant which we had ,i view to locating an oil milt here. here a few years ago. The products Ha says they are more than pleas of the new process commands a bet;d with the local conditions, and as- ter price, we are told, than the old sures us that the concern will put in way. i nice plant at Hickman. Altogether, this Is a big thing for They have already selected a loca-tlo- the town. Hickman needs an oil mill on the belt line railroad, near and the compress will come Into good 3tate road, Just east of town In the play. The syndicate Is backed by lew addition, of course. The ground almost unlimited capital, and will reserved for the plant measures ISOx have a tendency to boost the cotton J00 feet, with the privilege of as industry. They say they will be reamuch more ground as they may need. dy for business before another cotton picking season rolls around, This big concern not only makes which means that they must get cotton seed oil and meal, but buy cot- busy within the next few weeks. ton In the seed, operating a gin and compress In connection with their Union City capitalists, headed by plant. This means more market for local product, and our farmers can Edw. Parks, who can see the handbank on getting the very best price writing on the wall, and know Hickfor their cotton. In fact, it will be man Is the coming town of this seca means of bringing cotton to Hick- tion, will lose no time in putting a man from all directions, and cotton big grain elevator In here. that ws have never handled before, The concern promises to be ready because this concern will compress to take care of the crops this fall, and export their cotton right from and will handle wheat, corn, oats etc. Hickman to Liverpool, England. Such handling cuts out the commission A location has been selected for Things ar coming our way. ! f 5c the elevator In the Industrial League Addition, on the railroad near the cotton seed oil mill site. Mr. Parks says there Is no "monkey business" about It being built. They are now working on plans and specifications for the new structure, and construction work will be under way In a short time. We have not learned what the cost or capacity of the elevator will be, but the gentlemen promoting it have all the necessary spondullx for making the capacity as great as local conditions may demand. This Is a good thing town. Nextl pects are good It will open up a market to what Is now a dead pro duct. It is our understanding that they pay about $5 a ton for the old straw. Of NOT ONE MAN IN FIFTY IS NORMAL I n The gentleman says there seems to be plenty of straw going to waste In this section, and further that Kentucky Is the greatest btate in the South. Another thing in Hickman's favor Is our drainage. These factories are Compelled to where they can get large river drainage as small streams will not carry away the refuse and become in a good poison to an extreme degree. Of course, low freight rates, etc., will tend weight toward pulling the plant to Hickman. wheat-growing Juit about every roan that we ever make clothei for hat t have little touches of the tailor's art here anil there on h.j Garments, to make him look JUST RIGHT. By fitting him snup.ly another, e at one point anil building; him up at can Improve a man's appearance wonderfully Is MAlJi These things cannot be had unless your clothing TO MEASURE. WE sort of pride ourselves on this particular branch i tailoring and are waiting to extend this advantage to YuU Talk the clothing question over with us some day. You find it decidedly worth while. gentleman from Fayette, Ind., was here since our last issue looking for a location for a strawboard mill, and of all the places that he has vis ited, he likes Hickman best. He says he shall recommend the building of the factory right here first and last. A In a short Time we will hear furth er from the company. 20,000 Tubes Of Sutherland' In 1U0S Few people really know what straw board is, although it is one of the most common things on earth. This is the material used In shoe boxes and the like, commonly called "pasteboard." It Is a brown looking material and generally has white paper pasted on the outside to give the box a better appearance. It Is manufactured from wheat straw old straw unfit for any other market. If the. mill Is located here and the pros Eagle Eye Salve sold and not ouo word of complain though every tubo was sold under a positive guarantee. It Is good for nothing but tiio ejcs. Ask your drug-glsMing ChrlsKlo lsin-- L Bt. Schmidt, The Tailor ::rSD Chamber, of Komi her cousin. Mlaa bell, last week. Cnycw. Camp- EVEN AS YOU AND I. Boms women hare, not the heart to turn a man down, but titer have an appetite to est his dinner A happy married ooiiun nd a happily married woman aro two entire)? different propositions. MANY If you nro Intending to take advantage of our roso bush offer. It U tlmo you were getting busy. Tho samo hushes would cost you Jl 75 nt any PEOPLE nre paying too much I i their drug store goods. you arc trading clncwlit . you would realize this nftc r one visit to our store VI t do not pose as a clin store however, but hnu I , first class nursery. fer In this Issue. Ixol: for tho of- to be beau Th woman who tiful had bettor chauge her mind rather than her face. A grata widow may not U so newly green, but she Is not troubled with weeds. . 'J MBS"-?- ? . -- ' 'SSffsV I II The, woman who Is not crltlclied would Defer win a prtie at a beauty l&fcSU, show. Bister, If you mutt "nag." get a Dtlllken; he Is to deaf and will itnlle. tmlle evcr'thing priced at a la figure. Try us some tir.r and know for yourself i ir- -- irr nm...(r l f I - t&m fHsWV. W II Some women weep because, they aro widows and others because tlwy are not wp 8BR fSsW . V 7 " 41 m If Tho women who marry tome men answer a want ad. whd t no newpa r would hare spaco enough to print. or man enough money to pay tbe wages tbvrcof. Kor hoarseness, HELM & ELLISON HSU Nluelueit hundrt-- jBI I r ' II II UAJ.I.A!U)'B Hut cauitvd tho ground to ti.. k HYHUI' la a healing balm. It docs IU work quickly nnd thor- luako Ihu famous Hkkmau 1 oughly. I'rlco Xe. 50c and II por fov utiles beta bottlo Bold by Hickman Drug Co. ably, by way of a cunteuuiai ti Irrilatlnc coukIis inflamil lunxs or 1I011K-HOUN- ItHJth And ultirin anniversary of tho ear , , Ij m f f fcw ' CSr Wm fsHrswis MZBB Black Locust and Catalpa trees for Sale V By taking all a good nursery had, I bought several thousand extra good Catalpa and Black Locust Sprouts, cheap. I have moro than I need, and wilt offer a part of them cheap, payable next fall at $3.75 per thousand. Now Is the time to plant them. These plants are bedded In good shape at my east farm. 8. L. DODDS. iluu, old mother eirtb guu llttlo tremor Saturday nli;lit at Thu uliock laaU'd sovorul s uitd doom and windows ra(tld tety apprvclablu degreo "Wf4 4 m lsf $ilM vMmM sW mm nwLjffi ' If, hht ill' I Notice. As wo havo beeti In tho phot of busluvsH In lllckiuau almost 20 j wo nro golui; to show our aps Uon aud nt thu sauio Uiuu cvK our 20 Hi aunharsary by glwnt: ' vv Ka f V r II II & . tt CO . FA Made In Syracuse tllONAULC CLOTHta Approved Standardized Styles for Men of Taste Society welcomes the man who dresses in good taste. Clothes of strictly correct style make a man look and feel his real worth. They inspire in him confidence and give him ease of manner. You will always find some economy and style above economy in this clothing made by W. S. Peck & Co. We have a carefully selected stock of the new sensible styles for men of all ages. Prices from $15 to $25 Hats, Neckwear, Half Hose and and other Correct Wearables for Men. Union City's depuudnblu jot lirausfurd & Andrews have set M ' 24 and 2t an tho dates for tbe ", lug of Uielr new buildin- g- buht Mrs. Overton returned to Naahvlllo them fur thulr over growlug buitln Hunday after nn oxtonded visit with her son, J. H. Houeloy, and family. , Friday Miss Mnrlo I Thoroughbred Jersey malo nl my vard entertained a number of fn t farm. 8ervlco 1, positively ciwh In at a brldgo party, thoro being th advanco. II. C. Stubbs. 3j, tables. UuIiik SL l'atrlck'M du Tho opening of llrnnttford & An. scoro cardn wero tho nhamrock ilrewn' miw liulldlni; occurs March 21 Uio deeoratlona all In creen, suget Ivo of tho day, A aalad con tho j and 24. ered. Tho guesta wero Mewlnu Huy "Fortuuo'B Witch Hazel and L. A. Stone, J. M. Hubbuixl, h i Almond Cream" nt CowkIII'u DruK I -rather, II. K. Hemloy, A. K More. 30 nedy, W. 11. IlalUor, V. B. Moon- - t Mrs. Harry Threlkeld and llttlo son O. Schlenker, A. M. Tyler, AH aro vlHltlnB relatives In Now Orleans. Chnrlotto Hiibhard ind Virginia 1 afu-rnoon.1 At tho beginning of our nra food In Kgypl wo ho abundant nnd cheap that it cost only M to bring a child to adult age. Such Is tho irtatomont of a trustworthy historian, Dlodorua Blculus, who visited Kgypt at that tlmo and who hna loft nn Inturcatnlg record of that ancient pvoplo and their customs. Such a fact appears to us In our day, when tho cost of UvIiik U proverbially high, a i?reatcr wonder than tho Kgyptlan pyramids Doom anybody know what It now cosU to bring up a child to adult ago putrpns thu ndtautagu of thu f lux low prlcv for n short time i 2 CABINET PHOTOS, dot 7 POST CARDS, a dot..., UJ MANTILLAS, a doz Thanking ono and all for pax' vorn and soliciting a continuant KO same, wo aro respectfully DAMJ'8 1'IIOTOOIUI'JI OAld-Over U.lford & Handle's. BALTZER & DODDS D. Q. CO. INCORPORATED Let ua fbjuro ou Uiat bill of !"i ber. Itoynolda Atosa & Co.. In Sullivan Droii. can savo you money porated. ou your spring sulta. Kortuuo'M Witch Hazol and Almond Don't tako our word; try ua. Hick Cream for aalo at CoWKlU'a I)r"fc i man urnituru uo, SO Store. Judgo Ketnley mudo x busliiuRB trip to ColumbuB, Mondny. ther. '" A RSSsiJSuua Q . I J 0. Stubbs DENTIST Ullni BnlMInfl. U,nfil'iMw hunc 01 ff No-8- 1 V,jn7 is the Team that PuU8 NO. .17 V0I.UMB ftl IBTPAPKB IN WIIBTEHN KUNTOOKT IHEHieKMHN .... COURIER. ttlB the to com to Ton after thU month mini that yonr tob crlptlon bai expired Itomw promptly Ujcu paper want A BLUE MARE HESK 1, Commercial Wag, on up the Hill of Success. TVlfJ PntininrwuwC, I UJ - a spancin - boon Team. Grease the Axles h at Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Un WHOLE NO. H.IKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 23. 1911. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 18BO 2(117 SnapShots of Hickman, Fastest Growing Gty in the South .. -- g. . A BLIND of rf .11 ""u,,"JrMlnin.npolUMlnn.tTliiiM . MAN M II TOlfaTBHHPn ' 'fTiniii in inn i in Iflllff S. W. D. DENLY saw light and asked me to advertise Richmond & Bond Co.'s Bus iness Subdivision, G. B. Bond's Subdivision and my lots in the Southern Heights Addi- 7777ZZZZZZZ it J S rr -- ' a UAt " i mrjcmm. rvotyw mean jrvaTr00 w&twcnffiPr Police Court News, " tuner's TfJ'omr . Qrce J j b. -- -- tiuffffe "'ik wn Since our last report the following coses have been disposed of In City Judge Ilemloy'g court: Deo Harper, breach of pence, fined 5 and costs. 1'lukey IUggs, breach of peace, tZ and costs. John llrown, Iloger Adklgbon and Ernest Kowler, gaming, $20 each. Chos. Nichols, carrying deadly weam pon, $25 and co.sts. Otto Jenkins, Herman Yates and tarfu to keii Ukj wevds til i f.MvrftAwv ssurMA'A-i- ' Mind of your ohtldiMU iu Bob Flannagan, gaming, $20 each. one, Iko Gilbert, Wallnco Wright, breach Mr to kwtp ilium out of your j Hut rutnuuiln'r aoutHhlug of peace, $C each. . vrown til in wiih as beroinea clear diamonds sparkle. Will Ilushby, drawing gun on white thwu. If you dou't plaut All tho grand -. uml iilcturvH of olilldhood daya rlno ptrtures and eploudld works of art man, Mr. Hogors, caught at Fulton, iih kimmI sraln. tlia tan Mill iMfforf u In Uiflr perfect lou. It Is oni- can possess will noter adorn a Friday, fined $C0. k. i,., i in Kjnto of you. Kcuu a II i i well Mi few ImUiim-Tom Holland, fighting, etc., $G0. nre on record room as do the smiling facta of those i BtMI clcnn book, and by all . wlterw a mother lins failed to ImpreeB nenn-it- t 4,. kwft your lioiuo jiaji.r to us. The things that may hr children with the value and pur bf bought nro pleasant to have, nor A Smooth Skin Ity of a iHothor'a lote. Is wealth to be despised; but never pity the poor man who has the weult Wack Heads, Chans. Pimples. Sores iu wak ft boy Into a purw nuu, a and the that gold cannot buy, nor tho woman skin nil unhealthy conditions offrom are unsightly nnd detract u"'U..r immi do woru luau pray. Sho Our prtaonn nro rapidly bolne filled Hhoso jewels nro thoso of which Cor tho looks. Buy a box of Dr. Bell's B.u by iIhm who male the mistake of nelia iita with blu Iu tho ) of Has so proud good and obedi- Antiseptic Salve, a creamy, snow and oloscMt friond. ..in i top of tho lad ent sona. IhikIkIhk life at tliu Shu while olnUnont. apply as directed and u.- your skin will bo as clear as a babes i uud by him Iu Uuia of ttiuipu-iiodr. At all dealers In medicines. M h pHot UcV to tho wbel t i.'U rapkU ara around, tihti uiust The parlor aa a parlor will soon be What are Uioe whom wo meet In a relic of tho past. Tho very nanio Nwrl him lo so off to upw- i Respect. utttaldti dutlca any moru than Good drugs mean everything Hoalet)- to iw oh comiareil to our own pectus to suggest stiffness and lack home elrete? Whv do we take nalna of comfort. n dcavrta his poat at.d bo Tho new houses will b polite and aroeablo to them havo tho best room, tho ono In which because they include high grade ibtv a Umb&cu car to rvad up WHEUEAS, It has pleased tho inaad mKlot thoso who havo the tho family gathers, a Harm, sunny uheu hla train ! pouudliiB as freshness. atnmuent claim upon us? It nil place, a home room In Its truest finite wisdom of God to removo from ttvu Um ountry at forty mlloa au havo got sense. Tho next generation will not our midst, Sov. G. W. Roberts, bo it fcuur Remember that fact in hav-- ! "" nbout "ecauw Into Uio wrong Hay of tninKiug. Wo wasto space on parlors. Perhaps a resolved ing any prescription or medic- linve put (he homo In tho background llttlo library, for privacy, will also THAT, Elm Camp No. 3. W. O. W Wawwtr takua a lltUo cJilld Into when It Hhould oocupy hto foremost bo indispensable to many. This has sustained a great loss In tho inal recipe filled. may havo n cry roomy rlaee In our thoughts. cheery room of tho futuro will hold of Sov. ltoberta. "rt. bM that child will nil It out All the prescribing and distho piano, tho general boows, tho picTHAT, Ho was faithful to tho or it rt.iWrn keep u from srowlttK tures, work baskets nnd everything der, circumspect is -- i aut rold; thoy cling to You get "donn Iu tho mouth" too In his our car pensing of your prescription that serves to mako home it heaven erous toward his fellow life and gen etMlly my friend. Cheer up; walk on man. with their llttlo hand and lui wasted unless the ingredients of rest for loyal hearts. Speed the i the sunny side of the street; live day. o4r pn.gn to potrlfactlon; THAT, Elm Camp extend her kind where )ou can catch the south winds him u back with their pleading used in it arc of the best. ly sympathies to his bere.ttcd ones, Suiudilne nlwi)8 Harms and uheers, from gruel caro; thoy nurer en and furnish them a copy of these resYou will find them so at got more of It and give It out, )ou umur un at oil, a poor old cou .Deo Hunry was on thu sick list olutions. Also that ono copy bo sent ' have lived In the frigid zone too long lost weuk. no ono to lovo Uietu, la a tho Hickman Courier for publlcaUon already. Wo would like to send a and that' nil this be entered Into tho ""i pKJful picture; but u hovel with A. O, Curuthors has n new Maxwell gulf utrenni of Joy Into our life mall fAoij to fill n broken Jtano iccords of tho tump. (lite us a clianeo. Head the Home runabout. aal thoro, ia rolibtnl of ita deno- W. G. STOCKTON, Circle Department and ylu will atway Ul'lmi, Editor Jas. Brlco was hero from Un A. J. WILEY, Hear a smile. It Is thu beet known Ion City Friday. J. T. DILLON, oultlratii the spirit of coulentmeut. tunic for the "blues." Committee, a taat for iniulc, poetry, plotun. lUtiuty fills the work), as Hell a Mrs. D. 11. Wilson nnd daughter. heat en, if h bate eyi to nee IU Miss Mubol, and Miss Ituth Edwards, " tPiMht lo destroy the aUrnntlon U as 'ur the rulKnr. A homo of beauty, of It Is oimmi to all. The n Gives Prompt Relief Utile arm encircling the neck will of Mayfleld, sppnt a few days, last William 11. Douglas, Jr., of Washing'"! ami refinement tonda to frag re nt, lb HI) as white, and thw make the heart light, oter whlUi no wuok In Memphis, sliopplng. ton, D. C, says: I take great pleasas 'ahi iiikI unuoblo the mind, and hyacinthby dfllcntel) aablue, slieii mil ure In Informing you I have used Dr. by the Jewel-ethe pour, tlvuted Uells 'Pino Tar Honey and It gave mo ulmost Instant relief. finger of thu wealthy. 8 tlila world f child tid r year could bo carried 8o whllu w are train i. tu tliu way tlioy ahould walk ui our u footstep, and t off their hariuKvm minli to .r imIh that have grun mini u. and caru. if tliu lunoconcy ofaiBi.r' happy world JlJiik J-w'- &v tion, because he heard that they were in the growing end of town and wanted to see what we had to offer. I told him to follow the line of pro gress and it would take him right to this property. He went saw invested and his money will be returned manifold. I . v. 7f .-- j ir jof atwuonfr mmmmim-z-r- Q. B. Bond It la highly probablo that arrangements will bo perfected for putUng gakollno cars ou tho belt lino of tho N., C. & St. L. railroad running from East to West HIckmau, thence to the depot iu Old HIckmau. These cars In umj in many places and give regular street car service. They are extremely economical in operaUng cost and carry ubout DO passengers. If we succeed In getUng them here, It will link tho three extremes of tho town in closo proximity, making u round trip every half hour. Charles Knott, of the Knott Lum. ber Co., of Now Madrid, was here ou Luslness, Monday. Mrs. Belle Ellis and daughter, Miss Mabel Ayers, of Mabol, Ky were Iu HIckmau Friday. C. L. Walker and Hugh Oliver went to Loulbvlllo Sunday ulght on crsrw rr Good - 1 iM Drugs u ;. inn-m- l"" uiir Resolutionsjf tingl-K-ri- LA !, "Cured Neuralgia 'J -- "! ") Pain" M jiikT i. a "' COWOILL'S 1 BV BakV take m nlaa in writing to you that I had a neuralgia pain in my arm for five years, and I used your Liniment for ono week and was completely cured. I recommend your Liniment very highly." Mrs. J. McGraw, 1216 Mandeville St., New Orleans, La. r v Jnr& OPEN Hickman Electric Studio holographs in every style. Prompt Service. All Work Guaranteed. NOT HOW It Is the Hothara who hold the world moe. They nre the Imlnuro In Hhela of the unlverw. The) hold thu scepter of Hwer by controlling the affection of men. "Thu hand (hut rock the cradle" has ooutrulU-Tliroiin iiuelled the aruilwi. Mnrl tumult of u mighty ami) In Austria by rnlslng her fulr Imnd, and He are told that all was !i nulled to sllflice, aa In olenr, sweet Iohhn, she spoke, 'The brute battles that ever Here fought have been fought by the moth-er- a of men." M. K. Patterson, who retired last gov- ernor of Tennessee, has broken mouth from his second term ns nil records aa to Uio number of pardons Issued since ho went Into office In January PJ07, hu has pardoned 1,397 criminals, lucludlng 2C8 murderers, 174 Illegal liquor sellora , 195 con lcted of larcony, 207 convicted of carrjlng weapons and 727 convicted of nilscellaniouB crimes. If commutations were Included thoso fhiuntt would ho much larger. Remember If jou have surplus pro duco or anything to sell, or want to buy an) thing, our want column will do tho work. Only lc a word. L. M. Williams, of tho Little Rock Oil Co, of Dyershurg, was here last week looking for n location for an oil mill, and was favorably Impressed 1242 Wilson St., Wilmington, Del., writes : "I bought a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for the quinsy sore throat and it cured me. I shall always keep a bottle in the house." Cured Quinsy Sore Throat Mr. IIenrv L. Caulk, of ' 1 (l SLOANS LINIMENT : J. Madison Puller. It Is claimed thnt all the presidents of the United Status had good mothwe do Copying and Enlarging, ers. It is wild that John Q. Adams inalce Medallions and Crayons. until the duy of his death snld tho View nnd Flash Light Pictures pru)ur his mother had taught him Lincoln snld, "All thnt I mil I owe any time or place. to my mother. " Garfield kIMd tho wrinkled fnce of his mother on the dny of his Inauguration nnu sum, pen Evenings. Come and See. "You brought mo to this." Grovor Cleveland wtld, "Worldly honors or worldly perploxltloB will novor cause mo to forget tho lessons my mother Next to Price Hotel. taught mo." As tho shadow b lengthen, the memory of a mother's lovo Islon Tho Intensified. becomi'B CHEAP GOOD BUT HOW ..? '1 1 YOU 11 HOME Artistic Decoration Correct at Moderate Cost. and" - IB Utfvt vw b- riV 'FrLi gives instant relief from rheu matism, lumba-go.sciatic- a, neu-ralgi- a, croup, sore throat, ton-siliti- s, ITenrv Bosclt N.h- - Coinpjiny's i hoarseness and chest 1 t V WALL PAPERS CliL.io Yrk For the Season of the Ninctfen-eleei- represent hettlie.,.''djiffordi .1 r-t bkt .hon ,lk P'.,..iLtl TiltM,lw"w'..II . l. p".Tl A tf..J"i. " tltcnilua. ..i l lw. l. ' IIMII" l.J..e ilfii with the town. Dr. Bell's A sudden Anti-Pai- pains. Pilcej,2Sc.l50o.&$1.00 Slimn'a boalc on horfttii, cnttli lit 11ml lion I try ent free. AiltlrrM Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mm., U.S.A. attack of Cholera Morbus is duugeroua. Keep Dr. Bolt's Anti-Pulat baud, a dose relict es almost Instantly. It also cures Diarrhoea, Flux, Cramps and all Bowel Complaints. u 4 n A .71 "(i "': ! i H 'A fUj- - U u 1 f.VmsT. aarM v ;o By ?Z A Great Sacrifice Hat Sale V ! We have on hand a large assortment of odds and ends in Men's and Boys' Fine Hats, worth $3.00, $2.50 and $2.00, that place on sale today at the remarkable price of we $1.00 Should Own Lake. hike is now claimed by the West Company, n corporation which was organized several years ago to buy tho lands from the several claimants under various old title. The lake has been known as u sportsman's paradise for years, In Huh, game, bird and water fowl, nnd residents along Its banks have for many years considered it their right to fish and hunt thero at their pleasure. It was the tioublo between these residents and tho now owners claiming title which brought about the ulglitiidlng troubUj. TeuiKSKH EACH them while they last. This is a dandy lot of hats, built right along on late styles, but as they are in broken lots, we must close out to make room for Spring goods. All have been placed on a table to make your selection easy. COME AND YOUR PICK NOW. GET BRADLEY & PARHAM, Gentlemen's Outfitters THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covttt Wtsttrn KtntaJt UktlhfDcu" 3PEER & SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Wherefore of Money. Money Otherwise known as Dough. Cash. Ollt. Rockers, Kic In the opinion of several members of the Infiltrative committee on fish, Subscription Rates, $1.00 per year tame and forestry, the state of Tennessee should arrange lo buy Reelfoci Kentucky leads all of tho twelve Lake and Die land surrounding It for purpose of creating there a Htnto Southern States In the production of tile (Tamo and fish preserve. This wimo orn as to the yield per acre, accord-uk Tn The Corpuscles of Notional UUon which IndlcntuH tho stri-ugt- tut of our Constitution. It is often called a Curse sunt swear by It, tilhera wnr for it and still others swear at ll It often oausert a spoUs of mn '.v derangement of delirium culled Mc ejrmunln. Mnuy nro willing to b .. iuocu kited. It Is tha feature of soefctl diM t:c ton It Is the measure of ImHIik. t.i thoMo m m KMBKM gSv,-- - T to the government report. In the State produced- 104,076,000 aushels, an average of 3SG bushels er acre, which Is less yield per icre than In 1909. Tonnesbeo has ho next best yield, with Virginia a 1910 - 'lose second. Isaac Sholby, S5 years of age, a grandson of the first Governor of Kentucky, died last week at Trael-sr'- s Rest, Lincoln county, Ky., tho homestead of his grand father, lie was a Major In the Confederate army ind Is survived by eleven children. Famine In the way of foodstuffs and coal is threatened at Somerset tnd other Kentucky towns on the Q. & C. railroad on account of the firemen's strike. No freight trains have arrived at Somerset since last Friday, and many plants have closed Jown at Ilurnside for lack of coal. A good rule I will not do any man, nor shall any man do me. !JJ proposition was before the general assembly two years ago ae one of the proposed solutions of the trouble In the Heelfoot Lake country, which cul minated in the nightrider raids and the death of Cupt, Quentin Rankin, Make them think you have a bran and which aroused the attention not only of the people of the State of new houte. Paint It this spring and Tennessee, but of tho entire country. make It look like new. W. A. Dodds handles the best paint In town. Two bills were passed during tho session of tho legislature of 1909, That noble old Confederate Capone providing for creation of a fish and game preserve at Koelfoot Lake tain, II. A. Tyler, of Hickman, has, and the other for nn investigation of so T. II. Reynolds tolls us, donatpd the title to the Heelfoot I.ake lands the sum of $(,000 with which to conand for proceedings to havo the lake struct a public school for the people and adjoining lands condemned for of West Iliakraan. Tho Captain cussthe use of the state. Several lawyers es and discusses nearly everything were appointed under one of the acts under the sun, but, nfter all, he Is to Investigate the titles, while suit Just ono big solid chunk of manhood was also brought In tho chancery and has a royal heart, all pure (told. 1'nlon City News Banner. court of Obion county for the purpose of having the lands condemned HEIIUINK cures constipation and for the purposes stated In tho legisregular bowel movelative act. This suit Is still pending. ments. Price G0c. Sold by Hickman Most of the land surrounding tho Drug Co. S who have It nro Wis-- , thus-whavo It not aru Foolish !' Ion of It entitle one to the ust of a Monoygram. ho Though a medium of ttxrhiingi has no connection with Sou In of trnl bodies. .Mo nay it n It Is religion today, often ca'kd laymen thelnm. I'renolmrs pray for ky for It. It Is the 11. All and the Knd Ml Children cry for It. woman Mull for It, men db for it, and all lie for it Mrs. Julln I'nrk, nt Chaa. Mevir place. Is an exerlenced dressmaker formerly forolndy of Morgan Verhlm Co., Union City, nnd would appreciate 2p first class work. Beautiful '" ! Lecture At Mt, Hermon. Ttie H. E. CURLIN'S JSEelxx's hr Sliop night iimr Joe Joint", . 'SaMHBW v II Spring Millinery We are now ready to show the new thing in Millinery. The Hats we show are offre d to the trade at very special prices, representing exceptional values, and are styles that are practical, such as will be in demand throughout the season. We call your attention to our line of PROVERBIAL PROS AND CONS. Rev. W. 0. Stockton, of Hickmnn. will deliver his lecture "The Hebrew I'atlenco is n virtue even when Kings," nt Mt. Hermon Christian also a necessity. Church next Sunday nftornoon at 3 Pi-paro known by the company le o'clock. thoy keep out of. Rev. Stockton is a talented speakMisery lovos cow puny but la seler nnd every ono has a pressing Indom an ugreenul bestww. vitation to hear him. Tho Sunday School Is requested to meet at 2 o'clock so as to get through In time to hoar him. K, 0. Moasley, Oeorge I'ritCNOtt, of New Mr Is vWtliig Ms nhtttr. WwiUwrly. Tills Is his fir. In 96 ymt. H Saturdny I'olHt, two iitfgroua, flmd Rlehnrdsoti, (jtinrrvb d woman, as n result of which hot and killed Rlolmrdsou J Kvct thing comes to him who waits if ho waits In tho right plnco. laughter has married the tltlo. The lord will provideunless your day night, A. II Kennedy nnd wife and Mrs. 0. II. l'lguo, one of iti settlor of Woter Vnllvy, dld Ono swnllow does not mako n sumChnrlotlo Hubbard motored to I When you buy Soalshlpt Oysters, mer but enough of them will make a Sunday. you get nothing but firm, solid, deli- lark. REAL ESTATIJ for sale. Hei cious oyster monts. A pint Is enough Those who know nothing fenr noth-I- I). Shaw. for nn ordinary family. Just received nil those who know most fear not a shlpmont direct from the coast. Ilox couchos made to order at all. Ellison Ilros. n "Elzee" Tailored Hats Also our Ready-to-Wear Hats for Ladies, Misses and Children. Our stock in every department of New Spring Goods. now complete and full We invite you to call and inspect is Hitch your wagon to a star always Tho ladles of tho Presbyterian snd evor excepting the dramatlo Church will havo a bnzanr nnd servo brand. Ice cream and enko at tho homo of Mrs. 8. L. Dodds, Wednesday nftorA houso divided against Itself noon, April 12th. well, ask any "Hat dwollers" for thn answer. John Lewis, former policeman of A soft nnswor turnoth away wrath Muyflold, gets two years In onlton-tiurwhich, however, Is not to bo taken for killing Jim I'uckott. A Fulton county Jury put tho serows to as applying when you can't get a 'phono him. At a former trial he waH sen 1'rlce In connection. Warwick James Judge. tenced for ten years. Ho will not appeal. y "Sil Per Plate that Wears" Thoe who irtk Ktfecliun In iiKenvate in Taiial.lv diiK.ie foikt, pooiit and fancy lerv lnj plccei ttani-i- l with - iiietciiotvm-utijuamai- same. BALTZER & DODDS TNCORPORATFD D. (i. CO. A slilpmont of s Tho Hans Hanson Company has Sealshlpt Oysters. Sorre them broken records for larc IhihIiwki. ... today. Klll8on Hros. more than s of the theatr.-pmyiMi in tho nnst twelve vi.nm ....,i Wo do not think It would bo a bad this mostly on return dales This Idea for tho Democratic party to hnvo a plat'orm convention between now ehouldj.e a guarantee that the show ... 'ui"July 1. Truo, tho people havo Is nil right. At the Lvrir . unlay. March 26. become accustomed to looking upon platforms as things to got In on, and not to stand on, but nevertheless It LH3T YOU FORCET-t- he olace to might bo woll to lot the voters know flet bulldlna material, paints, oil, turthat tho Democratic party professes pentine, and all necessaries In build. to stand for something besides Inu and finishing a house, even to tho guttering, Is at W. A. Dodds. dell-cloutwo-thlrds Just received. ROGERS BROS., In (liialily and beauty ol ileMirn. tliii well- A patted. In tcniatk- able durability hat A( -- won it the Kjpular r..vi iiiio tlatt I-IK that Wears. i knoiTntilvcrlsumur i "J"'rr S'VV l.u I..JIn Uraler evrry. R..1.I where. Send for CflUtoKiie' " ilr.lgni, i ' liowiuir rMmNf sit MtRffifN miifmi cd, (ll.t..lUllllMV.l I MtRlUN, COSN vssmi - " fr T' f jt Restored (o Health by Lydin U. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound A Romance of Progress,1 GUTENBERG per and Book. n. fc i.tiCttXJLfifeCfT ili r-S- $JS) ! Father of Newspa- I Wr&33DK m9 z r 'M&f-je&ram M 7T W" wOP rr L BP Tlio nfretlnir tVmrlur. nrtlcltn written for Don't (nil to rrmllt) A woman who is sick and suifirnv. i'd v.it at least a medicine which has tin record ol I .ju 1. Pmkliani's table Compound, is, it uuU' ahtut sum, to blame wretchedness Read what tin, woman sas: I r l.er own Ituliiiioiiil. aio. M WIhm luy .second laiiilnr tu- eltrMeen IIIOIltlK lt I,""? pnilHHIIUMMl II lltllfAH lllWlllll It) MteclllllMH. I Imil iiniHMiiUatliiiiof diHjtom and tht.j Mihl I dad iiHuiorcfiiso of ulceration. I wan in ImmI fttr ten MecK. liud uliiklnir mtells. My father iiinl m pniiiouiieou to im in a tlmmerou-- . tlintMO try j)illa i:. IMnUliam'.s e.e(nlile Compound, I mhiii begun lo Improve, nnd ami Itroiiglit am nix It linn all Immmi taUcu I wax as wll aail Mrtmir an mcr.-m- v friend lianlly ricoi;ni4Mi iiiumi ureal was tliu change." .Mrs. 3lo. WimmNou HnuiHletlor, lare are literally hundreds of thousands of women in t' United Status who have been benefited by this famous mly, which was prtxlm ed from roots and herbs over t' tars ago by a woman to relieve woman's suffering. K ,id what another woman says: t , m-M- lttle. h-f- 1 ' 1 ? -- "' Tnn.tiinlfhavuuel l.tlln K.I'lnlilinin'H Vrccln ami ilaucliier. nnd consider ll far lilrt fur all fciiiulo iINwimph. I would not lo without it for yU nry motlirr In America could Ih persuaded jitt lilntr. ho .lonrOmrn, I hiimiiiimI 1 tim-ttiil- lo iim It ax tltoro would I ma altwiji L'latl (o npoak I Miffcrlnu aiming our hov thru. a wonl of praNc for I,)dlu I!. ctetahln Compound, and joii uro nt liberty to iiu tliU ti lliiioiilal." Mr. .J nine T. Laurence, ilouoihoro, Texas. s.ntc we jjuarantec that all testimonial which we pub- is it not fair to supwe that if Lydia I. i ne ginuiiie, Hum's Vegetable Compound had the virtue to help a- women it will help any other woman who is suffering I mi the same ImubK ? Par .'! yearn Lydin 1!. l'liikliniu'it Vcuctahlo Compound hat lx'n tho standard remedy for fcnulo lilt. No sick woman iIoch Justice, to lirMcIf who will not try thU famous medicine. Made, cclmlvely from riHitu mid herbs, nnd hat tlioimnniU of euro. to it credit. If tin? slltxlitcst troiiltloappcarrt which on tin not iindcrstand. write to Flakhnmat i.Mta, .Ma., forlierndvlco Itm I'lnk-Ii.iiii- N 1 - IFIS nut&t )r. fri'Oiiinlalu) .lupnu. r.JiliLuLiAiULlAiULiULl.UiULAAUvLAiiULLl YOU CANNOT EXPECT HER TO BAKE perfectly unlet! yeu provide her with perfect material of which flour, of course, Is the ohlef. A sack of our CXCCLUENCC brand will settle the. perfection question to far at flour lo concerned. Order a sack today, o that perfect baking at your house may begin at once. v A w. -- - -- -i- i-- - 'i C. B. Travis PTTfTfrTnTTTVTTTTnTTrTF HnHorjHHBHHBPjMPjpjBjMktvaaMMol Tlio New and XIoMt 3VXtt'OWM IVTclo Up-to-Da- te FURNITURE Wc lmvc just filled our lnrc store with n full line of new styles of Furniture, nt n price that will us to give you new Roods nt nlmost your own sell price. Wc menn just whnt we sny - we must nnd wc do sell good goods, nnd gunrnntce them to be just ns we tell you. Try us, if we do not mnke cn-nble good, don't buy. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCOItl'OllTKAl) Next Door to Post Office. Granulated Eye Lido iHi not iiwd to bo caulorlzed or scar-- 1 t Physician. '.. Sutherland Ka" Salvo Is guaranteed to euro "; without pain. It la harmless cm for KranuloUHl lulu, tuhea at all dealaw. 8 ay ?n 't - VEGETABLES PRODUCE FRUITS c. ii. mooki I'lione Jolm Uuteiibrg, sou of an cxlltil nobleninn of Malm. Imrf an Mm Tl.n I Rood peoplo of StraHbun?. where the ! younK man lived, early In the fifteenth century, khvo little credence to any of his theories. For Outenberg was what would nowadayn bo known aa a "Bet crank. He bad lloattd several schemes, borrowed money to perfect them, and had In every case is now ready to reveal all the NEW FEATURES failed to accomplish more than the Impoverishing of himself and his in Women's Hats for the backers. Outenberg's nowest Idea had come to him on Reelng a full et of playing cards which had been constructed by mns of stamps, or dies, Instead of by hand. To the world at large thin labor saving process neomed wonderful, nut It meant nothing moro than We cordially invite every woman to inspect, at any time, that to any ono except Gutenberg. It this magnificent array of the new modes in Millinery. set him. however, to thinking. If a collection of blocks with various denlgns carved on them could be A complete display of the Latest Fashion Novelties : used to mark 62 cards, why could not a similar set of blocka be made, each bosrlng ono of the lettera of the alphabet, and ustid for printing words, sentences, even whole pages T Kor centuries a process had been In use whereby such words, phrases and pictures were carved upon large blocks of v.om1. smeared with Ink, courel with paper and subjected to a squeexu from a sort of elder press. " A Discovery and T'" rr",,,U Wn amudHow It wis niore or gy reproduction of Mjd the carved Ir tiers or figures. Kings had been wont to use monograms carved on wood or metal to stamp signatures to statu documents In China, as early aa 17S I) a far more advanced form of A in fact, anything and everything for milady's new Spring Outfit is now on sale at prices printing flourished than Kurope was destined to know for more than 1,000 that will appeal to your sense of economy. Nothing has been omitted all the very years thereafter Intest Spring merchandise is yours to select from. Hut Outenberg's Idea far outstripped anything thus far dreamed of For be planned (by means of many duplicates of earb letter of tlio alphabet) the first form of "movablo type" Dy placing or "setting," these block letters In correct position he could make quickly In his "form" (a sort of frame such as Is used for pictures) a whole page at a time This page could be We are giving away FREE in our Millinery Department, dainty toilet souvenirs which' put under a press, the requisite numevery woman will appreciate. You'll have to come soon, for the supply will soon be ber of copies be struck off, and the same wooden blocks be used over exhausted. sgsln for a new page The placing of these little blocks together so as to spoil words was merely a feat similar to that performed by every child who Ivarns to read and spell by means of gaily lettered rubes. The pre he devised was of two upright timbers, with cross pieces connecting them at bottom and top with two other rrons timbers, of which tho lower supported tho "form" of type. ,,,,,, .I,,!,,!, )M, f A large wmxipti screw ran from tho nu uppr Mmbt--r down to tho center of a Moore Smotherman. wooden block or platen. When the "form" was put In place and Inked a On the sheet of paper was damped and laid over It and the screw turned until the surprlso wed,,, ,. i ,,.f,.,, ,, Ono of tho blggeat lull it iin, i ,,, ,,,,(. pressure stamied the Inked printing Monday letters on the paper It was a simple, dings of tho season occurred when Miss It pays to pay cash for your coal. primitive affair, but It revolutionized tivonlng nt 9 o'clock, A. A. Farls. prlntlag and made posslblo all later Mnudo Mooro. of this city, and Mr. books and newspapers And, like most John Smotherman, of Ulythovlllo, Ark Mrs. Fannie Wright, or Martin, la steps In progress, It was achieved wore quietly married nt tho homo of through suffering. vislUng her son, A. J. Wright tho hrldo In East Hickman. The plan dawned on Outenberg fc Everything In lumber and builders' about 1446 He was then 36 years old. Tho brldo Is ono of tho awectest, hardware at Reynolds-Mos- s For four years he tolled at his Inven- most Bontdblo and deserving young & Co. Ho mortgaged or sold everytion ladles of tho state. Sho la a daughMrs. T. A. Stark, of Newborn, is thing he owned, squandered his wholo or II. Moore, a woll known local spending a fow days In Hickman. fortune, borrowed every ponny he ter of friends. could lay hands on. He was reduced contractor, and has a host rearStandard garden seed of every deto poverty. Still he worked on. His Mrs. Smothornmn waa born nnd scription at Bettcrsworth & Prattler's. wife wbs forced to scrape together ed In our midst nnd wo know whereof enough funds to keep hor husband wo apeak when wo say sho la endowMrs. F. M. Usher, of Fulton, arrivand horsolf from starvation. The ed with all tho trails of cliarncter Hi-Bo- y ed hero Tuesday to visit Mrs. Geo. wives of geniuses have seldom had that combine to mako a man n good Carpenter. an especially pleasant time In life. wlfo. No better girl over lived. They have usually borne tho brunt of 13on Herring, of near Union City, worry, work and unspeakable hardMr. Smotlionnnn, fci likewise a lino brought two big loads of cotton to ship, while tbelr husbands finally follow. A YOUNG MAN'S lie Is tho foreman of tho reaped all the oredlt and fame. Hickman Tuesday. Ulytho Outenberg Induced a goldsmith, Iajo Wilson plantation, near style of trim, blra vlllo, ono of Uio largo estates of ArJohn Morris and Herman Clapp, of John Faust by namo, to advance reputa 1,000 guilders to perfect the labor of kansas, nnd bears a splendid Fulton, spent Sunday here with A. graceful design just any making press and type. Then, In tion ns u in.ii n ot business. At J. Wright nnd wife. 1450, he sot to work printing a niblo. rate, ho showed mighty good Judgthe shoe for smart This was a labor ment In selecting a wlfo. will sing Madume Schunianu-UelnkRobbsd of Fruits of nv(J ypar8 u at Paducah, May 1. Sho is one of appearance. of His Invention. wag tno flrgt book Tho wedding was a very quiet af the greatest singers In tho world. ever printed, nnd came out In 1455. fair, only tho immediate relatives be Made of Russia Calf experiment was proved a success. ing present to witness tho ceremony, Upholstering of every descrlpUon. The Printing was at last a known art Uut which was conducted by Hov. Q. W. llrlng In your old furniture and get with ! inch heel, in no one waa especially enthusiastic. It fixed up. Ward, over Fuqua Helm Wilson. Tho brldo was beautifully at The public did not reallre that tho three hutton Oxford. & Co. foulard nnd carried discovery amounted to much. Faust tired In blue silk he demandeu the return of tho moneypay. n largo boquot of bride's roses. Tho Harry Holcombe lias purchased tho price is exactgroom wore about the same thing tho had lont Outenberg could not Judge F. S. Mooro resilience In Bast propFaust selted all the Inventors rest of us men folks wore when we ly right for a well Hickman. It has been occupied by erty, Including type, presses and oth- mnrrled. 1 U. R. Rogers. machinery, and set up a printing er made snoe. on his own account. Mrs. Smothornmn left ou Mr. nnd establishment In Union City u cold In the head Thus, at 50, Outenberg waB "broke, (ho 10:110 train, amid n shower of rice costs $44.31. Union City peoplo and obliged robbed of his Invention nnd good wlslien, for Memphis, to should try a pain iu tho stomach. It to start life all over again. spend a few days. From thuro they comes clieaiKT. it- - hrnn nfresh. with more bor The Man's Shop money, on a new set of ma- will go to Ulythovlllo, to make their rowed An eastern writer snvs that all chinery, and waa finally nblo to new future homo. Maybe, printing books Hut now a purchased a 1- !- h. p., beautiful women look alike. Fred Cuso lias Peace and happiness to you both, but Uiere Is often quite n difference difficulty arose. Huretoforo a guild gasoline Maxwell runabout, seating living by writ-lu- Is tho slncure wish of the Courier. In'tlio slzo of the slioes they wear. of cop)lsts had mado a The car will bo four passengers. copies of books for public sale. out sums by used by Gibe & Son for delivering We have a silent salesmnn nt our Monks also had gained large Inven-tloThis Is the time for 6prlng fenclnn. groceries, and has tho distinction of s'oro that sells nothing but Sealshlpt Illuminating such books. The of printing, of course, robbed New carload Pittsburgh Perfect fence being the first and only automobile Oysters the world's best. Como Iu employment. received. Absolutely guaranteed. Let delivery In this section. For making both these classes of and see how It's done. And ask for atus show you. W. A. Dodds. Hence artisans nnd churchmen prompt deliveries this should have a reelpo booklet. It's Tree. Ellison viciously. tacked Gutenberg the homo nnd wagon skinned u coun- Hros. ImpovWe saw Halley's comet. Tho next Worn out. childless, alone, It takes Ulckmnu and men nlo7- - grand spectacle one tho program will try block. erished, friendless, other A good play with a strong plot campaign for sher- Hlckmun folks to set the pace. Morgan's ami an unusual amount of rich comhav- - bo Davo .tied,.. .. -" -- poor oia uuiciiui'is, in ncs martyrdom iff of Fulton county. Wo found a man the other dny who edy, interpreted by a clever lot of lac von Me usual earthly seems tho elevlieople is what will bo seen when tho If prlceB nud quality will get your thought there ought to be an and . , n ortal fame that great Prog-res- s Hu suggested Hans Hanson Compauy appears at -- Hickman ard of nearly all Furulturo enth commandment. ' trade, we uro it. aal Makers that it bo "Mlud your own business." tho Lyrlo Saturday, March 1!5. Company. rich-quick- " nnoin ecemem 9 an J- Wa - Our Millinery Dept. Spring and Summer Season - Hats, Corsets, HosieryWaists, Dresses, Undergarments Gloves, Neckwear, Dress Trimmings Laces, Silks, Dress Goods Lingerie, Oxfords Fragrantly Perfumed Heauty Leaves Free In Our Millinery Department SMITH Si AMBERG ,,,.,..i U" The Nettleton 31 Heard Streets i '. iW Model The K! H. E. CURLIN'S o g n . ..-- LUMUUIt-HoynoWB-M- oaa & Co. H ,. M m- - Dramatic wmmmmmmmmmwKmmmmmmmimmm-m- Vt5; 'II ideritlr, JXr mm UTMU ADDITION Commencing Wednesday, March 22nd FREE CARRIAGES GRAND OPENING ! 'rro Soma mada me weep, some made mi laugh. 1'vb seen the villain slammed In Jail Without a friend to go his bail. And when the act was done, somehow. Come out of Jail and make his bow! oen dramatic Incidents In shows that cost me thirty cents M(l shows that cost a half; one-and-- Parade of Free Carriages will leave Business Center promptly nt 8 o'clock for grounds A RARE OPPORTUNITY OF GOLDEN WORTH TO HOME FOLKS -- Sale commences nt 0 I "To win some wealth and fame, you Vnow I've seen him leave the old home place Tvo seen the pale youne heroine Who had escaped the lures of sin And saved her poor old father's hide while all were watching, tearful eyea I've seen her leap from a hlich cliff And heard the bass-drugo Then up the curtain came, and she Bowed calmly there for all to see. Pre seen the hero say farewell. And stop a moment Just to tell How far away he meant to so m krr-btf- FREE One Lot Free. One nice big building lot will be given away free during our opening sale. Every man, woman and child attending sale will be given a chance on this lot free of all cost. Luck and lightning strikes unexpected, you may be the the lucky one, it costs you nothing to try. Salesmen on Grounds from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. While tears were runnlntr down ach face And In a minute he returned To "take the call- - for which he yearned. being done IT&' curtain quickly down was run: "Then up. and to the cheering crowd ot up and bowed 9't"1-- 1 ... And- then lav nvn m,u .it.. sumo jnurv . w. on., AM then got up for anuicu encore! But best of all. I saw last week Tn Incident of which I'll speak. Poor Shakespeare's work was COME To-da- y WWfc 11 ens THE HELPING HANDER3. "I am a willing worker, but it Is bo much exertion to walk nr ri.ta to . that I am compelled to stay at home. If any of the readers of the Holplng Hand column have lawns to trim and will send them to me I will be glad to trim and return them. A. H. P." "I hare seven different hnnn . tamos or magazines containing g articles that I will exchango ifor an automobile, or I will send them (to any reader who is In a comatose (condition and needs to be revived. Can you suggest a remedy for nervous -muck-irakln- iwl ii' I' tt i IfSKl r. ' i f'BFt1' i. 3 m iH&ssiNilisilj1 ' I .' Tomorrow and Saturday ! and select choice for early harvest of profits, which is bound to come soon. .?133i j&iJWtiW5Cc4s1fa JfKi?C?iSsJlEaaf j prostration waa caused by reading the articlos. the best remedy is to thorn back ward, tnus cringing you out where jyou started. re-rea- prostration! If the nervous o. k. J." THINK PROMPTLY, ACT PRUDENTLY, over the most practical business proposition ever put before you. Our terms: Think of only 10 per cent cash, only 5 per cent monthly, that is all. No interest on deferred payments. No taxes to pay during life of contract. No extras of any kind. LOT DEEDED FREE TO HEIRS IN CASE OF DEATH, after 25 per cent of purchase price has been paid, Act now for big returns. Put your pennies in growing communities where progress and increasing population add to your nest egg faster tha n any other avenue known to man. Think, will Hickman grow? If so, which way will the building line go ? "Please tell the readers who have been sending me formulas for making , government whitewash for my back fence that I have changed my mind and have planted a hedge. I. D. M." i INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE ADDITION A pattern of paradise; a model of creation; overlooking the city on the east, constantly fanned by soft zephyrs from old Mississippi on the north. High, dry and level as the floor, where the golden rays of departing day linger in playful mood long after Hickman proper is wrapped in somber darkness; appeals to the human soul as the ideal of nature, where providence has done all to to make home plats of ideality; beyond the din of city traffic, above the dust of city life; enjoying the advantages of city conveniences, combined with purity of country air. paradise, where health, wealth and happiness beckons one on to the comforts of an earthly home. A mid-citMan, in his wisdom, should profit by thi- s- at this, the greatest feast of fortune ever spread on mother earth, where there will be no limit to profits paid on these lots in a few years hence. Hickman, with all her underground currents of development now under what will it mean to East Hickman soon. Hickman for 25,000 population as sure as the sun shines, no human power can stop it.' The safest ' surest investment before the people today is Hickman real estate. y condition of his head. I took the canvas cover of a ham, cut It off about three inches from the large end, ran a drawstring through It, and it makes the nicest skull cap you ever 3aw. He thinks so much of it ho will not tako It to the office with him, pre ferring, ho says, to wear it here at ihome. MRS. H. N. P." "I have an Ayer's almanac for 1883 (which I will bo glad to send to anyone 'who wants it. "I will exchange an elbow of stovepipe and two flatlrons for a copy of Three Weeks.' "Also a library of books on montal healing for a recipe for making qulnlno 'capsules. MRS. It, S. V. d My husband Is totally bald and used to catch cold becauso of tho "I have a suggestion for tho sister-l&eo- d. This Sale will be Exclusively for Hickman and Fulton Co. People The citizens of Hickman and Fulton County will be given a chance to select choice of these ideal lots, for home or speculation befora we open our sale to the world. For the mutual protection of those who buy on certain streets which will be shown you by agents on the grounds, you sign a contract to not build business houses or residence to cost less than $2 500. OUR CONTRACT. Hi November Winds. (The wind comes hurrylnsr, scurrying over. Whipping the grass and the withered clover, Cttchlng the leaf that clings alone And flinging It up as a toy Is thrown; Then rollicking, frolicking through the NO LOTS WILL BE SOLD TO NEGROES IN OUR ADDITION ANYWHERE, AS THAT IS THE FIRST CI AUSF IN her face old Mi hum 'mi they roar as trees With & thrllllntr shout. And whirling and swirling It finds Its way On through the uncounted miles of day. quiet. Thrumming the door with Its hollow moan And sweeping the eaves with Its mono tone; ."Jctl! the heart of the one who hears fs throbbed by the song of the endless years. The wind leaps on To the gates of dawn iAs under the stars with Its ceaseless Qt finds the uncounted miles of C. R. Newcouibe Los The wind with rattle and ramp and riot Trumpets Its way through the midnight seas. The winds leap out the surf of the seven Town Lots in Hickman Will Never Grow Cheaper Progress marks every step in the life of American Cities, and nature's No power can shatter the '"creasing values of real estate-t- he he today. Pays bigger interest than banks, life injurance or corporation fundamental basis of all wealth, natures bank never fails. REMEMBER THIS WILL BE ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY OF , increase bound to expand the limits of Hickman's nresen-compass- . safest, surest and most absolute investment before the pub scheme,, never rust, out, runs down or flies to Canada-tis he A LIFETIME. The hour 9 a. m. The dates Wednesday, March 22, to Saturday 25. might DONT MISS IT. Salesmen on grounds every day from 0 a m to 5 pm nlcht a week's visit in Louisville. returned from INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE, Owners INCOItrOIUTBD Eul Haynea 1b in Hot Springs for Lis health for n few weeks. Ira Qreon lias returned from a weak Hickman, Ky. BISHOP & BISHOP, Land Company Agents P. S. Stormy Wednesday. Grand Ooenina will rk v' rl,- Gvo. .... mot picuy aay. -- - -- j. la MempbLi. (HANDLING LONDON'S LETTER9 JUDGE WISE lfcm Idea of tho Big In Uio Offloo. urm rmi foree Required uslneia Phlloaopher Sheriff's Sale for Taxes. On Monday, April 10, It tho first day of tho April tcrmof I r tl.u matn tiiilMlnv rmiltj1 ww. l toe rorco oi z.sbu ian. Fulton Precinct (White) lul' ,t cUiy a.iou lu tuti uiu uuua- Mrs Anna Detters worth. 30 acr.m were ri me aate l.', Uiere land, value 820. tax and cost (11.05. rf t- - ral to King Edward's building ' all ranka, inciuaim 1,10a "The Hickman vvorklngman'i wage Mrs II. II nivons. 2'.4 acros land, jt Meanwhile tho force at l the Icsltlmate ; vX, Urget of every mer- taluu J1SI0, tax and cost 123.34. H 'aiant had Increased from chant" aaya Mrs. J. M. Ilrown, 1 Jot, Valuo 0 the Judge, but aome of Tliote nurabera were jSJ ' 4 ICO tax and cimi. iirnn ej iln lI 1110 inuiivmi iuim mm- - the guru u.ed ought to be spiked In Mrs I.ein HoBter, 25 acres, valuo 1 hrlttmat. n! our PRESCRIPTION DEPT. A fine 11100. tnx and cost, 18.58. v. with per eek waa k doalt 0 I) W. HiiKhus. 1 lots, . valuo (1553, Fle and a half mllllona line of Dru0a and Sundrlet reason-abl,1 lax and coat, (S5 CU. prlceil-Hlck1 eto, dllrerd In B. C. Drug Co. Mm Hollo Johnson, 3 lota, i 1' ' and 3.(00.000 to other die- value ' tendon aud by certain provln- (S00, tax and tost, (13 i3 a 1 aud S.600,000 dispatched to J. J Joiiuh, 1 Jot. valuo (I20U, tax Get Rural Route, ' t it ...ntrtei and tho colonic; and nut (IG IS elgblai about S64 r. W II fa - i (i H're Edward's building. the l some Idea i. x'tIck work there, of meotloned he tL Xi, Ittt 'be removal oi provincial roans e4 ef to paroeli of Mount Pleasant ... ma-n- Henry Tanner, principal .f tn bli majesty's office of worki. aa addreia before tho Iloyal la In HtJ of lirltlih Architect! detail Loa-do- n the ttctrtlr. describing In ral poit office to ! known nw sv archl- - mi. be-lj- B 'j a U l ..-- ., thoAprll torm of tho Fulton County Court, at the Court Houso door, In Hickman. Ky., I will sell to tho high-ea- t bidder for cnih for taioa duo tho Btnto and County of Fulton and coat of aalo for year 1910, the following described real estato assessed In tho iiamefl of tho following; Ono Dollar added In each ojih fnr advertising: The Colda That Hang On Are readily cured by Dr. Bell's It relieves the cold and 8. A. NOItMAN, stops tho cough. There Is only ono Cayco Precinct (Colored) 8 Joe Ross, 1 lot, valuo (200, tax and of Mayfleld, as a candidate for Stato genuine. Senate from Uio district composed of cost (6 29. Uie coundes of Graves, Fulton and If Its anything In Uio lumber or Hickman, subject to Uie action of the building line, go to Reynolds-Mos- s & Democratic Primary Election, on May Co., Incorporated. 27, 1911. Wo (1300, tax and coat (18.97. Mrs. Sallle B. Morrow, 13 acroa, valuo (300, tax and cost (4.89. vN ANNOUNCEMENTS. are authorized to announce ; That old rocker or couch needs We are authorizen to announce and varnishing. Take it " W. A. FROST, to Ward, over Fuqua, Helm & Co, or of Wlngo, a candidate for Uie State phone 94. All work guaranteed. Senate from the district composed of the counties of Fulton, Hickman Don't forget to renew your and Graves, subject to action of to Uie Courier. The paper Q00D CARE OF BROOD MARES the Democratic Primary the Election on Btops when the tlmo Is out no MMVtetrDi T JZsf'nw lt ..! 1 mwh VK Attention Qlven to the Mother Greatly Influence! Colt Always Buy Young Animals. Any breeder of experience, knowa well that almost as much depends on the broodmare as on the atalllon In the raising of any breed of good Many colta take tholr conformation (By May 27, 1911. (1,-00- aC MILLER.) l0mmmmmwwmmmmAmAmmm$i ; ; ; : : : ; You Can " : bones. : man Joiiim, Mul-iln- 1 , . a t'J U to the coat of the new found that If built In the r with ktrel construction 1 r,to coit, exolualve of Bt- would bo J.'JS5.000. but If rl concrete 196.000 would The latter figure i.mro el to be correct, ao that bon an approximate sav- 00 and. apart from.thla. m apace bad bxn sained t reduction tn wall thick- office - . c r f 1 I' t baa fur ' t a sues or mo Tuietmo trar- c that all record were ex- . the huge 1910 Chrlitraaa Lk The great office la ' w'th the Terr latest appll-a J all were working up to ' t capacity during Chrtat- To ault the treat length I Jin eWtrlc "conveyera" totalled A new and In- 3 iMtro for aorllng iiiwigx. ae a to aucceufutly tried. 1 t rral poet '.u MUST An WEAR DARK CLOTHES At, Wt-.-rt utt Requirement In Factorial Work la Dene With Qold, and coat, SS SC. . T Htophi-nI' M 1 luforma lot. valuo J1760. ua that Iih ban offwtat imMIiv frma tax and eoet, (1077. tin. I'untitfilrai letHrtmm Utal the J. tl. McKeiily, 1 lot, vuluo (S00, iih rural r.mle f Huknwn. 10 wx ml eo4, (loot. bo known hji ,Nn 0, t U bt eaUMM-PII J. New houso, 1 0t, valuo (8U0. It MIU Im wt into mraix.ti a. tax uml cost, (13.74. bout May 1. 1111. H. U. Nix, 1 lot, value (1500, tax Thkt will Ih, mm 0 tk larsmt and cost, (17.U5. irf th. alx. eotmtiun territory rotit Mrs. Ida Noiiuur, 1 lot, valuo (1G00, ami Malt. Ky , ami tax and oot. (21.7'J. bHwn coining bock via the Dtxlda hUmu J. II. Hvuiis, 1 lot, valuo (475, tax Hon In Um awl cow. (T.U7. botioea. AM 1IImk ahmg ib roie ar J. II. 1'eoplwt, 1 lot, value ('J00, tax quatHl In aud coet, (20 J4. their mall 1hii hniI J. II. ltllow, 1 lot, valuo (1150. tax haro them ready One kHudrrd ami alxtytwo fajMlNeei on Uie iwile murt and otxtt, (15.G1. Mrs. Dora Sadler, laud, valuo (4, hatv Uixni Uvfutm Um route Mill be aUrted It bi al4j up in JiHlge Nay-lo- r 000. tux ami oust, JIG l'J. Mrs. I.. K. Sharp, 1 lot, value (250 to 4itMN up ami get in akapn tax and oust, (3.83. lulloa of taw coMHty rtMwt aloe II. I'. Thomas, land, valuo (1000, t.fn-i-. til roau auru. No carrier baa yet bam Mmawl for tkla tax ami eot $13 TC. Dick TIioiuimou, 50 norvs, valuo (!, Job. tax and 00 Bl (18.28. labltukjweiit of thla route la Mi, The J. A. TrwHgs, 1 lot, valuo (COO, tax of InmKlwaMe Tain u Ummm reeW- and cost (9 40. liK In the lower eml of the emtNty. U1)kb Wright, 1 lot, valuo (450, The abollahlHK of Ike puntorflce at tax and coat (7.70. Mabol haa made It bard mailer fur IIimiu to maN. Fulton Precinct (Colored) I'tmiiiiaeu-r lot, valuo (700, tax J a M 11 d irora tnelr mother, especially from their shoulders back. For Instance. If a mare has wide, ragged hips, her colts are most liable to Inherit thU tendency. Many colta also Inherit their dispositions from their dams llroodmares should be Bound, of quiet disposition, strongly built, and they should be well cared for. It Is a severe loss to tha farmer who pays 126 stud feo, loses two or three months' work of hla mam ami then loses the colt at birth, or after (ward, and all from neglect of aome : i " JL VYt ku i- -4 l "T : . . -- fjsMrri ? lr ' iShocw With Pride ' : : : : : : 'ffl HOP l 'iu'ii .- - A V EJCs. : : 'sort : ; ; ; : hre kiar a r- ki 1 tbi-W- v were worn. Ta' Jrh a rule waa enforced If you want to purchase real ee- - c gM workora one man learned Uli iee U. 11. Bhaw. jr when a llohemlaa gold beater , Men'a aud )ounc men's autta at 4 to him for helping band. Thl ,an aald that be bad only r Hullhan llros at ' .0 to (14. 7 rtme to tbU country, that bl ik 8ulllau Uroa. big barsalna In Ul a chance to obtain a good-Jo-b a' : rxado but that tl- -j place bad nun i. Jumna' and buys' uHs. ' jh! him becauae he turned uc le a Ri t read) rtgbt now for a I a tight coat and walitooat on, -a uay ere the only clotbea bi rousing big 41 irf July oeUbruUon. t.-3 t' aar ivl 'ha of clotbea are not favor. Kmmett Alexander, 1 lot, valuo where work la done on tax aud cost, (5.81 " In many auch factorial t. f Tom l.yoiw, 1 lot, value, (200, i 1 1 " ,,f clothes la abaolutety re-- , and coat 14 KG. airen a light walitcoat may HCKC W. M. Martin, 1 lot. valuo (200, t a ' a a Job The reaaon for thli 1 ' a' acr that and oot, (G B0. itrar cralna of ou the clothing caai eaatly bl John Jamos, 1 lot, vuluo (200, it n a dark ault, while they might Dr 1' II Curllu was In Umtevllle and coat, (7.70. from the eitablUbment II laal Hi-on buslneea. Henry Smith, 1 lot, valuo (150, !..' f' t. n-- 'I " gt 'urlr (160 ft m THyg g tux tux tax tax ' lt aud cost, (G.68. Jordan Williams, tax and cost, (7.35. Hickman 1 lot, value (300, (White) Precinct a- Eld 1 be man whom be approached 1. the atorr and offered to belt tun cut if 11 prored true. He went U oou town factory with htm lad S -- il 1 ut that the man could hare ' b if re preaented blmielf within tbf h the proper clotbea on. Two enabled the man to rig blmaell t In the dark coat and walitcoat tc i w"b hU dark trouaera, and aur ' ih be got thn Job. Y may think thla it range," aald tl n.an at the factory, "but It meant " te a little to ua. KTery man'i tlig li carefully examined when h la?ai here at night, and the gold y ihed off whoneer we aee any oa 1 by waa u ikit tit i"lni l, t ' i"l Hold to bide even tiny on a dark background, but taki mlied or a light ault, and we might ily loae quite an amount of gold, cUutblng It U Impoiilble uu't anything you want t eran In imail quantltiee." unit, and forut't that wo havo to sell to et'll gooda wo havo to 'k' vrictti to auli you. Hickman ''t ufuituru Co. B. G. Hale Real Estate several fine tracts of bottom Land, below Hickman, sale, also some West Hick, man lots for half their real value Now is the time to in real estate in and around Hickman. You can see prices Prowing. We have 'r in-v- "t Call on or address me Hickman. Business at Phone No. 15 Tom Kenton lot OH, valuo (1420, tax and cost (25.7C. J. II. 1'cck, 227 aerea, vuluo (1100, tax uud cost, (18.53. For Croup J. O. Hyau and wife, ltt lot W. II , Dr. llell's Pino Tar Honey Is the best (21.03. value (1100, tax and coat. known remedy. Do not experiment, Mrs. Sally Williams, 22Ui acres, get the genuine Dr. Hell's It goods dout suit and prlGM donl (4.2G. 8 suit, dunl buy. Illokuuiu Furulturu value (250, tax and cost W L. Salmon, 80 aoros, valuo (400, Co. tax and cost (G.19. Mnnager Dillon of Uio Hickman Ice J. A. Stublw and wife left Sunday & Coal Co., tells us that Uio com-lanHickman Precinct (Colored) fur 1'aducah to vMl tklr daughtor. will begin In a short tlmo Uio Mm. Ilollan Will llennett, lot Ell, valuo (300. sinking of another deep well noar tnx aud cost, (7.98. their plant. The well which supplies Sabo Uhoatv la putting tho finishing Richard Hooker, lot EH, value (75. tho city wlUi water Is nearly S00 feot on hU hw (l,00 rldueo touolies tax and cost (3.70. deep, aud a dandy, but since tho waJust wmI of town. Auulo Carter, lot Eli. value (260, ter must 1k used lu Uie Ico machine of tux and cost, (4.53. lid auro and aUml tho It for the standplpo wlUi a Junnle Clark, 2 Iota 3A, value redlsu color. It requires nearly 0 tho llrontiford K. Andrwwa building In (160, tax aud coBt (3.10. Union City March gallons of water per day to tako Collier Hrs., lot EH, valuo (350. care of tho Ico business, and to run !!i careful about your clothim. Let tax and cost, (1.38. tho water off In tho sower would Schmidt, tho Tailor, clean and priaa Susan Guy, lot WII, valuo (100, tax llkoly cnuso a water (amino and in thum and bo ou Uio safo sldu. and cost (2.40. turned hack til Uie well on that ac Duck Mllner Hrs, lot EH, value count. Tlio now well will not he us to hor Mrs J II Ford returned (500, tax and cost (8.03. ed lu Ico manufacture. Tho company homo In Cairo, Ills., Tuosday, after a Heed Hrs., 2 lots Ell, vnluo (200, hopes to mako tho sccoud artesian visit with hr iwrents, O. Ilortck tax and cost (4.34. well deep enough to bo a "gusher." and wlfn, ami sWor, Mrs. I'orcy John lUugo, lot EH, valuo (160,tax Jones. aud cost (5.80. Dont tfall to read our special offer Illanton Tnlly, lot EH, valuo (260, A pain In the sldo or back that elsewhere In this Issue. Six rueu when jou stralghton up tax and cost (8.28. catches jou Nathan Tnlly, 0 lots EH, valuo (050 bushes, all a year old and flue variecalls for a m'ibing application of NQW LINIMENT. II tax and cost (12.94. UAMJIIUV8 ties, given free. Now In Uio Umo to rolaxoa tho coiiractwl muscles aud C. C. Thompson, lot EH, valuo (600 get and sot out tho flowers you havo ,...rmii nriiliiurv bodily motion with been wanting. out suffurlng or Inconvenience, l'rlco tax aud cost (10.42. (1 per uomo. aom u, Mima Upshaw, 60 acres, vnluo (760, 25c, 60c and Mrs. Carl Schmidt returned homo " Hickman Drug Co. tax aud cost (15.09. Dnvo Walker Hrs., 2Hi acrcB, valuo from Fulton, Frldny. She wub accom big Wo aro cettlng ready for tho panied by her mother, Mrs. fleorge (100, tax and cost (2.31. building boom that Is going to tako Jessie MoMorrls lot (IA, vuluo (150, Jones, who la spending a few days In place In Hickman this spring by here. und cost, (3.93, creasing our stock or luuiuor u..u tax Touy Donnlson 1 lot, vnluo (SOO.tax Mathcny llros. & Plant would like building material. Lot ua figure wuu and cost, (10.01. for you to mako a trial grocery order Reynolds Moru & Co. jou. Tally HrH.. N'j WII lot, valuo (200. at their store, Just to get a sample tux (4.20. Tho Kentucky Club wired tho of tholr service and goods. CasBlo ThomaH, lot WII, value (200, Lumber Dealers Association last Heforu buying your spring suit, ueo Thursday, while they wore In conven- tax anil cost (4.20. that (20 value lu brown, tan ami In Inviting them to tion ut Memphis, Sassafras Ridge. bluo serge ut Sulllvnu llros. Their meet nt Illckmuii noxt yoar. When L. Carr, 20 acres, valuo (I50,tax price Is (13.60. T. tho lumber Uio tolegnim was read aud cost (G.50. men gavo three liuaky cheerB for If you wnnt carpenter work doue, yot bo deterLodQton. Hickman. It cannot as call on or phoue Q. L. Collins, Home bo . Mrs. M. J. Oraham, 67 acres, valuo Phono, mined vhoro tho convention will Mississip- (600, tax and cost (7.50. hold, but It la known that n get tholr Sullivan llros. will save you money J. M. Houso, 40 acres, valuo(800, pi town Is working hard to and appreciate your trade.. Uoale, who tax nnd cont (13.90. noxt year'a meet. Mr. represented Hickman at their seHalou Pay cash and save money on your Cayce Precinct (White) may last week, feels hopeful that wo Hanuborry, 1 lot, value coal bills, A. A, Farli. Mrs. Julia got tho convoutlou. The maro can be worked up to at week or two boforo the colt Is dropped. In fact ahe la better off for the regular oxerclao, but aho should 'be handled by a careful man. who will not excite her, and she should bave a roomy box a tall for Bleeping ,qunrtera. Although many may disagree with 'me, I am firmly convinced from nearly ,30 years' experience on breeding farms, that It Is a rlakr business pur chasing aged mares, who have spent the best years of their life doing work In the cities, and trying to make brood mares of them. Even If they are only eight or ten years old, It la aa expensive experiment. The reason la obvloua. In the flrit place when a mare has arrived at that age, and haa never bad a colt, her chances of getting In foal are Ioisened each year. Furthermore It la safe to aay that a reaaonable proportion of these mares have slunked their colta, and for thla reason they have been aent from the farms and sold In tho cities, where they can do excellent work. In choosing brood-marealways buy 7oung ones, aay from three to five years old, then you should be able to count on all of them getting In foal, or certainly nearly every one, when, If you pick up a lot of "aecond-band- " mares, of uncertain age, your percentage of colta will be extremely uncertain. One good. Bound young mare, bought from aome reliable farmer, or brooder, la worth more for breeding purpoaea than half a doxen "bargalna" picked up In the city. ; ; the bath room you have had us fix up in moderate fashion for you. There will not be a room in the house more completely or more handsomely appointed. If the expense is preventing you from having such a bath room, consult us. It will cost considerably less than you expect. : : : : : : : : : : : Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co MH1 : : : : Both Phones Jto. 73 VI r MMliietMMMMJMMiM'1M' BAA1iAAmifrfi TAKE NOTICE... USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS a Mi 4 n tt i li I a !! Owing to the fact that some of our customers are dila tory in paying their Water and Lights Accounts, which are due and payable at our office ON OR BEFORE THE 10th of each month, we wish to announce that in the future the rule governing this branch of our business will be enforced to the letter. Our Collector will make collections on Main street only, between the 1st and 10th of each month, and will call but one time for this account. Failure to see you 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 as we will enforce the rule regardless of excep lions. Hickman Ice Incorporated Coal Co. y J. T. DILLON, Manager a H 1 lMMllllMMMMM I ik on-nln- g SO,-00- S4-1- i U1 tJJ u. - S, ll V',,,. well-dresse- d, A brilliantly illumiI 1.1 nated store window is a salesman that works when the store is closed Let the crowds that pass at night see what you have to ofier. Make the windows bright and attractive. Use Westinghouse Wire Type Tungsten Lamps and get two and a half times as much light as you would otherwise get. Use them for interior illumination, too, and notice the wonderful improvement. It is only a matter of changing lamps. Besides giving you (for the same cost) more light two and a half times as much they give a far better light for matching colors better for all purposes. iC 11 Hu-ta- ll si. ft . 32-3- Hickman Ice & Coal Co. (Incorporated) I i !fi . -- 4L2L. c., i; . WiUj.i'- - .iw-"'-- Pffflpar'ar Sw'ai!' Weekly i5'?. At'.ji S J The Courier'sSw Sermon ? ?- IH LESSJECASH Pittsburg Lump Coal (Cash with order) Bon Air Lump Kentucky Lump 1 .", ;!- -: ly PA.STnlt Itl hSKM.-- T . &: i; Sua J E(t :& t 3&s i Ky. Lump Coal HICKMAN r. MARBLE T0A WORKS 1HIII i int. DILLON, Sr., Prop Itamiiiauv a. TWO DISTINCT SALVATIONS OR THE OTHER, ' " " " .4.90 4.75 4.75 ALL IN ONE 4.50 When cash does'not accompany order I charge 0 extra for making collection, which will make the prices as follows : Every Human Being li to Have a Full, Fair, Intelligent Opportunity For Eternal Life A Second Chance For Adam Only. Let me save yon money on your coal. iS toll. (huccrnortoll.il ,, Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING, STONK WORK KINDS, IRON FENCIN-Hickman, . Pittsburg Lump Coal Bon Air Lump Coal Kentucky Coal . 5.25 ..,5.25 $5.40 I jiT NTj March 10 -- Pastor Russell preached today at the Ixmdoti Tuber-nnclto an overLondon. e STAHR STEVE PHONES BOTH get their blessing. Trior to the com lug of Jesus uo ono ever drenmed or the First Resurrection change to spirit nature. Itverybody had the Uetttltu lew uf KShation in mind-th- e Hon hoie of being raised up out of death to human perfection. Hence it was not mteoMary for the AHWtles to em puaslie this feature. Rather they drew the attention of their hearer away from the earthly pnwiects. which nre for the world, nud gave them the message of the "high calling." The High Calling Cloilng. Now thai the "high calling" ! drawing to a chwe. hating accomplish ed Its election or aahatton of the saintly handful. Divine prevalence Is jointing us back tu the OM Testament, more than that we may ert-- r the "letigth ami breadth and Mulit ami dfHh of the love of God Now width pawwtb undertttandlag" we liejrln lo w that the Scriptures foretell that Israel Is to U the first among the nattoMs to receive Me slab's blewMag. as wmhi as His King lom shall have beeti eatabllahed Now we see U"v nil the f milieu of lite earth will In ukswed. not oalj through the S4rltual Seed of Abraham, typed I.t Imai-- . ami the Church. t)M b) (tehee s. but also through Abraham natural wed twoe laslHs will im crrd to every HattoH nwler heart") "All the Mind! eytw shall bo fumed." mr shall Im ttnstopfM-- " "All the 'The kiionlesltre "f the I.urd shall nil the earth." "The earth shall yield hrr Incn-a-The wastes and deon ahall !.... m as the rtMe. t'ltlmntelv the Paradise of lUlei e Kcntiuk MBBal flowing bouse. HI Prices based on delivery within the city limits. Parties out of town desiring to haul their own coal will be allowed 40 cents per ton deduction from'prices quoted. You can leave your order, accompanied with cash, at the office of Hickman Ice & Coal Co., or phone 48 if you you wish order sent C. O. D. No one has authority to extend credit, so don't ask for it. I will appreciate your patronage, an J by selling strictly for cash can give you security against an exorbitant advance in prices. A. A. FARIS J a. ; I ', m. tylerI t J Special Clubbing Offers. Every reader of the Courier can secure all of the six beautiful g rose bushes described below without charge. They are all well rooted one year old plants, guaranteed to reach sou In good condition. Each collection will bo accompanied with full Instructions on planting and care. BLACK ItOSE The Black Uoso marks the highest attainment of the hybrldlzors skill. For grace, form and color the large beautiful flowers look as If they were cut from the heaviest dark rich velvet. WHITE KILLAIINEY Tho wonder iui now "Irish Beauty" unfolding broad wax llko petals Into enormous soml-ful- l flowers of pure snow white. PRESIDENT TAFT It Is a strong, robust, vigorous grower. Tho flowers are faultlessly formed, extra large and double, tho color an exquisite Bhado of bright sparkling pink. YELLOW KAISEIUN It is a robust, healthy crower. Vfirv hnrdv bush on which great masses of exquisite golden yellow roses are borne. RHEA IlEID Great masses of large uuuuie now era or mo ricnest velvety red are produced on the wholo blooming season. DOROTHY PERKINS In habit of bloom, It Is extremely free, producing flowers In Immense clusters. Tho color la an exquisite shade of clear shell pink. Send us only $1.25 to pay for the Courier one year and Tho Fnmnr Stockman ono year and we will send you these six beautiful everblooralng roses postpaid and absolutely free of charge. This is the greatest offer over mad and it may be withdrawn April first. Order now before the supply la exhausted. Address all orders to tho Hickman Courier, Hickman, Ky. Rubber. Maude In the garden raked the hay Until a biplane came her way The next day Maude said "fly Hekt I sure havo got the lirteet neck!" Miiuniey-ai-LU- W and Notary Public ; ' Will practice in all Courts of the State. ; Tlloli in vrx IfCy. Office with Judge B. T. Davis ; J Cash Book Store Splendid Selection New Books Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Call and See Our Stock Everything Mary Berendes & Co. . KELLY SMlTh Jittorney-at'Law Clinton, Kentucky Onfttnth of Alt ftts to CMslUnltt. Money to Loan. I loan money on farm lands In and Weakley Counties, Tenn., and la Fulton County, Ky. About one-hal- f the cash value of a farm will be loaned. Loans made In sums of 1,000 or more for five years with privilege to borrower of paying same after one year In full or making any alio partial payment desired at Intervals of six months after the oxplra-lio- n of one year, Interest being stopped on partial payments made. Call on or write O. 8PRADLIN, Attorney-tit-LaUnion City, Tenn. tf text was taken from Hebrews II, n 3 "So great which to be spoken by our Lord and was confirmed unto us by those who beard Him" Pnstur ItuiMell observed that according to our creeds the salvation will not be to groat, but rather o little, o few only the saintly hnudful out of earth's thousand:! of millions. He thought It etldeut. therefore, that the creeds were In error and quoted the prophecy that tho Savior would see the fruitage of the "Inn nil of Ills soul and be satisfied" (Ualuh 1111. 111. The Pastor did not boll me that Jcsui would be satisfied with Ills work If It rescued merely n handful from eternal torture. He quoted various Scriptures which afford a larger hope, declaring that (iod sent net Ills Son into tho world to damn (lie world, but "that tho world through Him might be saved" from thu (ondeuiiiatlon n I ready upon It because of Father Adam's disobedience. These Scripture cannot be applied to the (.'hurch, but must be held us applicable to the world. Of tho Church Jesus say. "Ye are not of the world." Theologians for centuries havo miss-ethe key note of the Illble, which is that the salvation of the saintly handful, the true Church or Urldo of the Ijtnib. Is merely a preliminary work only the salvation of a "first-fruits(James I. ISt. This first fruits class or "Church of the First bom" Is to have a different salvation entirely from that wblrh is pnnlded for the world. The Church Is to constitute God's King dom, for wlJch we pray, "Thy Kingdom come " Undvr its Messianic sway God's will will be dono on earth even as In heaven. The World's Salvation Earthly. As tho Scriptures show distinctly that the salvation of the Church, or the Kingdom class. Is to n heavenly plane or condition, thoy equally abow that the salvation of tho world Is different an earthly salvation. To the Church tho Apostle wrote. We must all be chained In a moment. In tbo twinkling of an eye. because flesh nud blood cannot Inherit tho Kingdom of God (1 Corinthians xv, MH2. Of the world's sanation wo read not of a chftHgo of nature, but of a Institution to the perfection of the nature already ghen to man, but lost through the sin of our first imrents redeemed through the merit of the precious saciitlco nt Calvary The Restitution Salvation which Is to come to the world through the changed and glorified Messianic Chun h Is describe! by St Peter as awaiting Its due time the Second Coming of Christ "Times of Restitution of nil things which God hath spoken by the mouth of all tho Holy PropheU since the world began" (Acts III, The fact Is that the Old Testament Scriptures treat entirely of the Restitution blessings. Incidentally mentioning also things pertaining to the great Messiah, through Whom those blessings will come. Christians havo nog-le- i ted study of tho Old Testament Scriptures and henco havo failed to snl-ntIobe-pa- n d " Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, AN AJ.KXANMKH II. M. Irtt.KH KENTUCKY J.J.U MHKOTOItH II. II UO 1 1 AN V ItOMItJILANT J. lr.J.M. iiuhhAiim OMO. II.TIIHHI.KKI.I. T. A.I.HItPltl Wc combine absolute nafcly with satisfactory aervit e, .md ofier our depositors the most liberal treatment conn-trn- t with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS II Mil HASAN I'rviMnit H I HAMAOr. At (fchlr J. A TlluVII'MS Books and Banks Choose your bank with the same care and ch crimination that you select your books apnly tl ir same high standard that you tlo in the selection ot your personal friends. This is the exact, crucial test that wc invite from intending customers. Of course our own standards arc as high as your Let us meet on a common plane of good faith and business courtesies, viewed in the broadest IikKi You have not a legitimate banking need that cannot successfully meet and to your complete sal isfaction. Investigate. df 1 will I.i.niiii The rnvr the Mtlratloa which GmI kaa tiromlaesl. even a ileiilh lisrlf t th ixmnllt whkii He for s4h The nwarnx-Hohas will wit only Inrlade the awaken Ina of tboe who hare gone Into the tmb. hut. additionally, the upllftlnc f Adam ami all Ills family front sin ami daath comllllon waakaoMes. tHaaaamis. depravity, etc up to full huaian perfection In the Image of God. as Adam was lieforo he sinned, plus Increased knowledge. nntn. world-whli-God'- s foot!...: rntiu TiinoV of ttee aiorlfMH. dead Is Wc pay Wp on Saving Deposits. HICKMAN BANK WCHIIII, Cashier JS0 WORK WEAKENS THE KIDNEYS. I'lll. Axst CiKh.rr Doan's Kidney Pills Have Done Great Servlco for People Who Work In Hickman. 4 Most Hickman people work ever) day In some strained, unnatural po .v...u uouuui j, wuiuiauiiy over a desk riding on Jolting wagons or cars doing laborious housework; lift Ins, reaching or pulling, or trying thu back In a hundred and one othir ways. All these strains umd to wear, weaken and Injure the kidneys until they fall behind In their work of filtering tho poisons from tin, blood. Doan's Kidney Pills euro sink kidneys, put new strength in bnd backs. Cures effected In tliU locality form tho strongest proof of their efficiency. Head this tosUmony. J. F. Eddleman, barber, Pleasant-Port- , Ky., says: "Anoiiu who follows my occupation requires a stroii back, for tho long hours spent at the chair, bring a steady stoady strain on tho muscloB of tho loins. I was In pretty bad shape and could not work with any degree of comfort. Doan's Kldnoy Pills were finally brought to my attontlon and willing to try anything that might check my trouble, I procured a box. They promptly rollovtd the pain in my back nnd tho kldnoy Becrotlons which und been scanty and distressing In passage, beenmo natural." For sale by all dealors. Prlco 60c. Foster-Illburu Co., Iluffalo, N. V., solo agents for the United States. Remember tho name Doan's and take no other. d Business -- Director S- XilTJ.A.'XTMS LAUNDRY -- AT- i X 4) ASK FOR RATE- 4 office W. J. MoMURRY t Attorncy-a- Law Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every t 1 In Datbt ItalMlM lltekwuw. Ky TuenJny afternoon Best Work t 2 I DR. E. M. CRUTCHFICID Dentist Davidson' old stand. Phs Hickman. Ky. FURNITURE O Directors and Cmbaim'' The Oid Sideshow. "What has become of the captlya-tinmormald7" naked the visitor In lhe sideshow, "the one that was captured In tho depths of tho dark-bluocean?" "It's n sad story," related tho mnn nger In the dusty silk hat as ho wiped away a tear. "You see, when we wusn't looking somebody dropped a handful of salt In tho tank and it pizened the poor girl." e 44.4t Mil-tie- Lowest Prices HICKMAN Funeral Q j ' THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS Phono 20, day or night Hickman, Ky. W. F. MONTGOMERY t 'Every Month' writes Lola P. Roberts, of Vienna, Mo., "I used to be sick most of ffic time and suffered with backaclie and headache. My Mother, who had been greatly helped by tne use of Cardul, got me two bottles, and I have I" A Winning Fight Undertaker llennm nnd drivers fiirtiUb' short uotloo. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. Dr. Bell's AntisepticSalve Good for nil Skin Diseases. A. K. Kennedy, the insurance man, has moved his offico upstairs over A Peaceful Man. Drevard'a store. You are Invited to "Seo hero, sir," said tho Irate neigh-call and seo him. Phono CI. bor, "your dog ate up seven of my chickens last night. What nro you go-lug to do nbout it?" tie Hickman Courier and Weekly "Well," replied tho owner of the nmerclal Appeal, both one year hungry cnnlno, "I'm a peaceful man, $1.36. Get them bow. and If It don't make tho dog sick, I Telephone No. 4 for better meats won't do anything about it." 1 Why She Resigned. Sirs. Dlx Aren't you tho secretary of the Busy Hee literary society Mrs. Hlx I was but I resigned a been fow weeks ago. E49 Mrs. Dlx Why did you do that? Mrs. Hlx Well, you see It kopt mo ' so busy taking down tho minutes that 1 had no tlmo to listen to the gossip. Take well ever since." 1 ' The Woman's Tonic Cardui Js a gentle tonic for young and old women. It relieves and prevents pain. H builds strength. It feeds the nerves. It helps the whole system. Made from harmless roots and herbs, It has no bad does not Interfere with the use of any other medicine and can do you nothing but good. Try Cardul It will help you. your dealer sells It after-effec- ts, Ask for Omega Flour, None Uettersworth & Prnther. x i frooeriea. Tako HEROINE! for Indigestion. It relieves tho pain in a fow minutes and forces tbo fermented matter which causes tho misery Into tho bowels where it is expelled. Prlco COc. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. C Regular services nt tho church Sunday morning and Pratt's Poultry and Stock food nt Helm &. Ellison's. GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore Kennedy far lawrii&. Willing to Pleats. These stocks of yours are worthless." III BlgllU "I don't care," isld tho voman. ft ., t -- Ay "Tho broker Is very accommodating. . He has exchanged them four times." Tho liana Hanson Co.. brnas band nnd orchestra, Murch 27th. A good treatment for n cold in tho lunus is a HKiiiunK'R ItBD PEPPER P.ORUS PLASTER It Is a fact ascertained by careful to tho chest to draw out the Investigation thnt merchants who Inflamatlon nnd HAUjAUD'S HORE-HOUNSYRUP to relax tightness. regularly set npart n fixed percentYou got tho two remedies for tho age of their gross sales lo bo spent prlco of ono by buying tho dollar slzo for advertising have Invariably found Horehound Syrup; thero Is a porus plaster freo wlUi each bottle. Sold the prnctleo profitable The ndver Using Increases tho sales, mid the by Hickman Drug Co. sales Increaso the advertising. It Is Quit borrowing the Courier. worth thinking about. d three generations l least before we havo the nmrmllty frum reduced to the rate, sny. of that of typhoid fever In well regulated coitntiiHS This will proliably be a mutter of two or three genemiloua Wliuther tuberculosis will b llimllly eradicated li mi open question It Is a foe that Is ery deeply Intrenched In the humnii nice, but when we think of what hns been lone In one generation, how the mortality hns been reduced In some localities GO and ven 100 per cent, we nt least feel thnt we can continue lhe biittlu with hope, mid so long as we are . I....... iuu tilll. iivi'u .1 victory is " WII.I.IAM OSMirt. This Is nut n Iwttln or a yenr or a genera lluu Tho prolte s nre that It will take two or Dy OIL The only dalr Fulton County. ANTl-PAi- DR. BELL'S N For Internal nnd External Pain. Our 20c coffoo is i world-besbr-- try It. UetUrsworta Prmthtr Dr. Bull's Pino-Tar-Hon- cy For Coughs and Colds. For that tired fooling take N Spring Sarsnpurtlla, a stimuli healthful tonic Helm & Ellison Particular women uao Helm's Hazel Cream Iollou for thulr ploxlon. Ask your druggist. Remember, If you don't send " cash with your coal order, I charge you 10 per cont extra for collecting-A- . A. Farls. Take out that Insurance today. You may bo next to burn out. Kennedr. the iBsuraaeo Ma.