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The Hickman courier: April 6, 1911 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 hic1911040601_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: April 6, 1911 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. J.O.Slubbs ,lf kon DENTIST BnlWlxg. N- or -l THE HieKMHN COURIER. A A BLUE MARK mam that your tab crlDtloa bai expired Itenew promptly If you want the paper to come to tou after tbli rooms HEBE ntMng is the Team 0 U8T NO. ID VOLUME N WEBTERN KENTUCKY PAPER ni J ' n up the Hill i a! Success. The Comet has a Spanks Good Teem. Grease the Rxles of Your Ulagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, HEKe (Mb THKKE 1911. WHOLE NO. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1HOO UU.10 Ellison Bros. $ sell the $ u Darling" Line of ChaH. 11. IttiUcr la ou tbo sick list. Sunday. F. HIbwi, of Martin, watt hero Lh Cook Stoves Hlvla Williams nick Ibit. reported on tbo wi Mlt Mnbol Ayurn, or Mabel, wwi !n town Saturday. Prank Ihmtnn returned from Okluboimi. but wnok Walkr Marlln ion (1i Huiulny. wna bur from Un V A Dodds was In Jucksou, Toun on hiiRinmw Ttntewliiy. Janus OotiiitiHtlmni, of Union Pity, iit Sunday In lllckiimn. Fashionable Shoes For Easter Parade The significance of the Easter season from a style standpoint has become a part of the traditions associated with it. Footwear as an essential of correct dress is an important consideration in both a man's and a woman's outfitting. We are showing all of the newest and latest effects in low shoes many novelties and exclusive styles that you will not find elsewhere in the city. Whether you elect to pay 2.50, 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50 or 5.00, you will find at this shop the particular pair of low shoes that best satisfy your idea of style, comfort, fit, wear and excellence. yt a. Uiwrvnoi Coombs, of Mabel, was HUkruHii vMlnr Saturday. MIok Myrtle Wnlkiir ha Mw4tt(m wllb tho Manuel you nrc thinking of buying n Cooking Stove you will do yourself nn injunticcif you buy before looking nt If ncnipUil Ilox Co. vht-I'm- a Mlaa ICron Roper, of Sluts Line, I Mttw Aiiuto ilrown liutl wuk lw The Darling The Best Stove On the market We nre Kinking SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS just now on Cook Stoves in order to reduce our stock of them. ilii)- - Terrwll Htllllvrm Ih HMlilfiiK at IiIh formr bonm In a few May Mi JKl' fMd Tho belt line of PEN CHECK SUM MER PANT on EARTH at H. E. Cur-tin'John Carl, who baa leiii hum for mimtiI iiKintlm. loft Friday for I'hlla- - te dlihki. IUw WllltaHM hihI Will Young buMdlHK a four room rild)iiot nix for Millet & Alexander HEAD-TO-FOO- Norrbt Kltnc. PRICES ARE LOW T OUTFITTERS ; ffi Mlm Sflrnh .Morrln. of Fulton, vbtll-m- l Mint Charlotto Hubbard tbo latUir Ellison Bros. Three Deaths in Family. irt of IiiHi stuk. nl Mlwi Akiiuh Coble, of llnbin City, Ultcd Mltw Uharlodu Hubbard bov-vrday I art. uk. PRACTICE CaskDt with an underlakor In ctuirKu. St. IaiuIh FurnUliIni; Co. lurorporatotl. Cofflna and Tlio Hlka Homo at IIopklnHVlllo, Mr II. C. Holluu, of tlio llrowita Ky , was destroyed by fire Saturday. wllo Uflj;hborbooU, died Sunday night The loan amount to about $12,000. fur a llusvrinc illikM of mlxjruu MIkh Hazul JohiiKon ban ruturncd 'Mb from a wHik' vUlt to Mm. ltoy old, aiul oik Deceased vtu C3 and ollior frkuids In I"iulncah. of tiio county' otilml olllioim, limine Mnt. A. M. Tylur and llttlo son, Alltuu rtmritl In this oouuty. llur anal crlng of Uiu (liutl summon maJo lium, apont Hovtinil daytt laal wt-othtxHi duuUu to ucaur lu her family with bur nlatcr, Mm. K. C. NovMiutn, u mill In Miiihb. tn the (iui ywtr herwlf, u a daugutur. Hho U nun hud by two Edtter will soon be here, and I beg tliildruu, Mm. M. Jouiw, of liruuuit-Wile- , Malduii, to announce that you can be able to uiul lluury Iktllon, of .Mo, both of whom were with hur Oct anything at H. E. Curlln's you fitut her l tilth, altM) 0110 brolhor, Hud want In this SHOP you can be hunband ted to a FIT. THE MAN'S SHOP. lllgM of MuuiphU. Hit jTcooodixl hur U) tbo gruo about dx Mlm ltutb Kdwards ruturncd to Mny-flui-d varn. Saturday nftur a thrwo woukB Mrs. Twunty year ago Mrs. llolloti unit-v- Vlalt to MIh Mabul Wilson and K. T. llandki. with tho MulhodUt church. Sho ami WIW OHO ut tho lllOHl eHUJumed FLOWERS I earnestly solicit a kindly IadU of thin wctlon, ami bur part of your business Largo and death will bo itad iiuwh to hor many small orders receive the same atfriends. tention. All orders appreciated. H. Kunurul aervlceH wero buld ut th E. Curlln. ;ra. by Hov. Joiioh, of Crystal, and Soda fountains, butcher abopB, AhIi tbo reutalim woro laid to mat lu tbo Docks mid larco UBcra of leu will bu JUrm-i- t Graveyard Tuesday morning. accorded tho bumu terms an laut but small users and nil residencTo Wut threo lovod ones within bo es will bo required to pay lu cash or b'rluf (iiiHi Im it Borrow difficult to coupons. Hlckiunn leu & Coal Co. boar, ami tbo nun hint; chlldnm Imvo our Blucuro uymiiatby. SATURDAY, the 8th, will be th last day that we can take your measure and deliver the suit to you for Easter. Remember the schedule service that we Insure you. Have ono of the Royal suits for Easter. H. E. Curlln. jini I rJyfea.tw i W. Elliott, of Sulphur, Ky , Missionary work of the Christian Church, will HATKS-Oi- ie Cent per Wonl per "Week occupy the pulpit next Sunday mornUiuili lu AUvHiice. ing and evening. A cordial Invitation -. e ..f. t. l..al f..l..f. t.l.t U extended to all to attend. Sunday FOR SALE: Cow with youug calf. School at 9:45 a. m. Up C. i.. HOSE. Arrow Collars at H. E. Curlln's. FOR, SALE: Good mixed bay. A specialty of ' sizes made. 44tf Paul Shaw, State Lino. Tom Campbell, who has been with FOR RENT: 3 nice rooms. A. J. the Mengul Ilox Company for several Wright, Harness Shop. months, resigned his position last week and will farm this year near FOR SALE: Folding Harrows, all Dorena. sizes. Hickman Hardware Co. TT" 'I I I I " II '17 I 'l"l"l 'I 'I' I 'i"l"l "I"! Christian Church. "I" Courier Want Column 1 Eld. 11. secretary of the State t,, FOR SALE: 25 TONS ALFALFA HAY. SEE W. S. ELLISON. FOR SALE: Good bay, timothy and clover mixed. C. C. Bondurant. 45tf FOR RENT NIco denco In East Hickman. Jeeslo Outtcn. . resU Ellison Bros. seii-Ga- rderi See Miss tfo Tools of all kinds. u. d FOR SALE: Full stock Rhode Island Red Egga nt 7Cc per Betting of 17. Nannie Self, FRD 1, Hickman. WANTED: 1'alntlng of all kinds, 20 yearn experience. Reforeneo O. L. Collins or S. A. Chaitu. Phono 32-Apr20 M. N. Collins $G0 WILL UUY lot No. 7 In Henry Addition, If taken this mouth. This section Is building up faster than any other part of Hickman, and lot 7 Is on tbo street containing tlio largest number of homes. luqulro at this offlcu. uca-aoi- i, This Hoe 20c Ptyysieias- - Others at 35 and 40c Poultry Netting find OUR Prescription Department of great assistance to them. Experience has taught them the dependable quality of our Drugs and Chemicals, and the accuracy and reliability of our service. In a column of "don'Ut" for Blrls, n lady writer says Don't llo In bed while your mother cooks tbo breakfast" Of courao not, Klrls. Don't think of bucIi a thliiR. Sit up In un arm chair uml read "Tho ltosary." Olvo mother a cliituru to mako tho bed while tho IiIhcuIU aro limwnliig. FOR SALE: Ilcnutlful home on IU hill, desirable locality, Bpleudld neighborhood, no dust, large lot 7rixir0, including garden and chicken yard and out houses, also orchard. IIouso has 7 rooms, 1 hall and three porches, In first class repair. A bargain for the price. Apply at this office, tf 25c Garden Rakes. Larger ones 40 and 50 Spades. 50c to 1.00 Shovels 50c to 1.00 75c Manure Forks Notice. The stockholders of tho Homo Telephone Co., aro requwtwl to meet Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, at Mayor Dillon's office. Important busl uoki Don't fall to attend. A negro man recently announced In his business ns follows: copartoushlp hereto "Notls Do fore resisting between mo and Sam Skinner Is hereby resolved. Dem what owo do firm will settlo wld mo Garden Seed Ferry's and American Seed Co. D. M. Heavy Galvanized. All widths, from 12 inches to 72 inches. How fow of ua nro really our own own Ikisb. Tho niarrltHl men urn subject to their wIvoh, tho bachelors tho old inaldt obey tholr HWeuthe-irt- a, Bring all Your Prescriptions to us cater to their Iliicn lb. Up to 12c Ellison Bros. cats and poodles, while all of un bow to that- weak opinion. Wo com thing called public Into tho world without our consent wo leavu It aualnst protest, and whllo here kick nt everything Uiot crosses our path, but all to no purpose Tho old world wags on, not caring a farthing why till we turn up our to-jand dlo and then inaybo to freezo or fry -- Ex. s Seed Potatoes Early Rose Early Ohio Triumph at lowest prices. Hickman Drug-- Co. INCORPORATED a change and what the firm owes will settle wld Sam." Ellison Bros. I JACK McCLAIN COMMITS SUICIDE Almost Severs Head from Body, While being Detained on Charge of Killing his Nephew, near Hickam, last Week. No Word left by Dead Man. but sho could not discern wheth er there wero two or three men pres gy. ent They drovo on. Aftor making Died Almost Instantly. Found by Guard. It is not known where he got th tragic sequel to the mysterious McClaln was en- knifo with which ho commltteed the murder of Andrew acted here yesterday at 12:S0 when deed, as he had none of bis own. Jack McClaln almost severed his Ueing merely under guard he met and head from bis body by one slash of talked with several people, and it Is probable that ho borrowed the knife a pocket knife. A. It Jack McClaln was arrested last Sunday by Sheriff Johnson on charge of having murdered Andrew McClaln, hU nephew. The killing took place Friday, a week ago, near Hickman, about 1,30 iu the morning, with no ono present except the two McClalns, unleas credence Is to be given the elder McClaln's story. Ills story, however, was doubted by tonie, and relatives of the murdered boy swore out a warrant for Mr. McClaln, and he was being held here to await i preliminary trial, which was to hao been held tomorrow. He had not from eouio friend or acquaintance. It was Just an ordluary GOc pocket knife. Story of Crime. The story told by Mr. McClaln concerning the killing on tlfe morning after tho body was found is as follows: a turn into a different road and going a llttlo distance, a part of tho harness broke and Andy got out to mako tho repairs. At this Juncture tho two McClalns bellovcd they vera not in tho right road (which was true.) and told tho stronger they thought they wero lost. Ho told them they wero on tho right road, alright, but tho owners of tho buggy decided they had rather turn back ami take another routo. Tho stranger objected, and was told he would have to walk. At this polut ho whipped out a pistol and shot tho man on tho ground. Andy fell; the horses became frightened and ran some little distance; tho stranger Jumped seon uo more. Two out and more shoU wero fired however, and ono bullet passed through Jack Mc Claln's coat at tho shoulder, but did not hurt him. s Ready With New Spring Styles SCHWABS MAKE Suits for Men and Young: Men wish to announce that I am now prepared to show you the new Spring Styles just received. It means that 1 have clothing for which I can vouch as to quality, dependability, style, fit. A complete showing of all the new browns, tans, grays and blue serges. The models are the best the market affords, the prices the lowest. Come in and I will prove this statement. I Thursday afternoon Jack McClaln received word that his brother, Chas. McClaln, residing below Hickman on the old Shelby place, was dangerously 111, ami naked some of tho folks to come to him Jack notified an Easter Shirtwaist We are showing a handsome collection of New Waists in White Lawn and Lingerie,, tailored and plain, long and short sleeves, ranging in price rww ' rK "mm. ?" 5ti? --M When Mr. McClaln got tho team quieted, he was somo distance from the bcene of the shooting, mid was afraid to go back by hlmsolf. Tho first house lie ramo to was Itret Prattler's rsldtincc. He called Bret and asked him to go back with him as ho was in trouble. Ilret did not go, as it would have left his wife atom. M tt'la I n being afraid to go kick, came ou to town Here he says he tried to find whero tln sheriff lived but failed, and knowing the way from horo to his brother' home, went on to the bottom. He had hoios that young McClaln had gotten away, and would show up later. Tho body of tho young man was found Friday morning about 8 o' clock by Jim Rogers. It was IttsiJo Peter McMullln's woods lot, ami several feet from tho fenco. Kvldently tho assassin went back and throw the body over the fence, as tho wires were bent in and Andy's trousers torn. The d tilth wound was Inflicted about four inches above the navel, and only ono shot took effect. The wound looked as though a callbro gun was used, and tho man's features Indicated that ho died in great agony. When tho body was searched tho sheriff found $33.72 and receipts from the Masonic and Odd Fellows lodges at Lynvllle, Ky. The body was brought to Hickman and prepared for burial. Deceased was 32 years old, unmarried and a member of a good family 5 Per Gent Raise, Farm Loans make loans at 5 K per cent, interest on lands located in Obion and Weakley Counties, Tenn., and Fulton County, Ky., in sums of $1,000 or more on first-claimproved farms. Loans made on fifty acres or more on five years time with privilege to borrower of paying same after one year in full or making ony size partial payment desired at intervals of 6 months after one year from date of loan, interest being stopped on partial payments made. I ss 50c to $3.50 r- - X I A Naylor recelvid of a rnlao In th vat'. of farm property ami town . Hilton Count of & per cent n, of ttt. fact tlmt thbi county i nbly the only one In the hum tlw taxable probity is glit-anything llko what the law ywir tho ruin" won 1" (ut but Judge Naylor and t Attorney Honey uoomIih) in lm it mluo-- one half. Jmlfii" Najlor will go to Krai.xr Judg W wit-- n lit r) April 1Mb to prol'tKt AxalhKl 0 Baltzer & Dodds Dry Goods Co.--- INCOItrOHATED- (Hrvd raltte. lU'publtcau ami IkMiiocrntlc rrsp alike sutv bato their Krlp on lv tucky a tut the poor man Una ( , tho fkidlur. been placed in Jail but was being guarded by Jailer Noouon. After dinner McClaln stepped out to the jail closet. He had been out some 20 minutes or more when Mr. Noouon called him, and not receiving on answer went out to where he was. The door was latched, and looking through a crack, tho jailer saw the man lying on the floor with his life's blood gushing in torrents from a frightful gap beneath the chin. Medical old was summoned, but It was useless. Both arteries and wlnd-plphad been completely severed, and he died a fow minutes later. The hotly was car ried to St. Louis Furnishing Co., and prepared for burial. On his person was found $14, but nothing to indicate his guilt or innocence. o Sheriff Johnson tells us that the dead mnn stoutly denied his. guilt to tho last. He was asked even after ho bad cut his throat it he had told tho truth and It is believed he nodded his head in the affirmative, but he was writhing in agony and he may have nodded unconsciously. Young1 Men's MM J BRADLEY & PARHAM , McClaln might havo never been sus pected had ho told ono straight story te A fine line of the snappy, and Htuck to It. When tho body of found a whiskey bottlo things in this line that cannot be dupli- Andrew was up was picked near the scuo The cated outside the larger cities, to com- uncle wets usked If they had had any whiskey plete your Easter toggery. Let us show Tho bottlowith them. Ho said no then was n duo; if they you our did not have a bottle, the mysterious "stranger" hud lout it; and tho officers at once net to work to find where Belts Trousers that brand of whiskey camo from Shirts Gloves Maybe tho oivu who sold It would , Collars Ties and bo ablo to Identify tho man who purchased it. Tho tiling Hosiery Shirt Sets was unraveled slowly but surely, and Hats Handkerchiefs tho man who sold It located Who did ho sell It to? Ho told tho time, place and described Jack McCdn t Tflils incident showed a flaw in tho uncle's tttory and more flaws wero looked for, with Uto result that sua plcion pointed to him as tho guilty man. Ho was arrested and was to havo his hearing tomorrow but bo is now before tho lost and greatest bar of Judgment. up-to-da- Easter Furnishings Tho man who did tho shooting is described by Mr. McClaln as having other brother, Joe, of the illness of given bis name as Evans; low, heaCharlie, but Joo could not start to vy sot, short black mustache itid see him that night, but suggested wore a broad brim black hat. that his bon, Andy, might go with Jack. Accordingly Andy and his nude started late Thursday evening for Just what tho facta are will never Hickman, or rather tho bottom be- bo known. Death has put It seal on low Hickman. Midnight found them tho mystery. Tho only tongue that near Jordan, though neither of them could have told tho true story is forknew the road. While passing tho ever silent. If thoro was a third parhomo of John Harris, they overtook ty connected with tho affair, he will a man walking. They stopped to in- likely never bo compelled to nay the quire of him if they were on tho right Just penalty. If McClaln was guilty road. The stranger told them they he has given "an eyo for an eyo were, and that he was golngto Hick a tooth for a tooth," and If not he man and know tho road. He was baa mode the greatest nacriflco within asked to get in tho buggy and rldo tho iK)Wor of man to atone for an and direct them to town. Ho ac other's sin and tho ahadow which cepted the Invitation and they rodo hung over himself. several miles together. To mako Tho concensus of opinion is that ho sure they stopied at Joo Wilson's to Inquire about the road. Mrs. Wilson committed Uio crime. Hut his tragic told them the way, and whllo they end cannot bo safely taken as an were talking a man in tho buggy evidence of guilt, resulting from u In many cases, said In a manner and tone that Indi- guilty conscience. It, men have preferred death to a concated he was drinking, "lady, d don't tell us the wrong way; wo'vo tinuous hounding of tho law. Let been traveling all night." A subdu this be as It may, tliero is a touch of ed conversation was held in tho hug- - pathos In his death soliciting sympathy for a man in whoso mind such havoc has been wrought; preferring death and the uncertainties of tho Great Ueyond to living his allotted time. Whatever course tho law might havo pursued, it would not have cheat ed him of many years of living, as ho was already near CO years of age O. SPRADLIN Union City, Tenn. Clalns have had three deaths In the fatally within the jmst ten days. The sick relative, whose metwigo hrougut trip, died Urn Andy on his day Andy was killed, and Jack McClaln is a suicide. Tiio McClalns live aaross Uio (Iraves county IIimj Into Tuiim-HHeand nro well known. Jack McClaln was shot a fw yours ago In tho stomach with a shot gun In tho hands of the late Wllalrd Wiley, who died wiUi his shoes ou aftor having shot Matt Itynum through tho broant with a pistol. Kclatlv of the decenju d had the remains carried to the old home for burial tmlay He is surviml by sev d Will Glover Dead, Will (Hot or. n well known i.xi Unmnn nwldlitt Juxt It it. OliUm Krtinty, died 'IHfvdny of i nil grown children, ami lik brother. of the He wax ul Jot-- - tin- - father of the munlr-boy t: y4trw old and nn houonihi- - I. Near Uie tKiuti of Ihi'lr chlldhool, Only about four iiiouUih oko Ih w fchroiidMl In ni)K-rjr- , rpoe the re- iiiiKiI In uiiirrliMto with u dau-u- t main of t'haita, Andruw ami Jack of II II. Harding. Mr. Olovtr w McClaln. Tlw newly made gravl retin-- by lluck Khcuv, nitd was mark Uie final to one of tho saddest known hrv. Tho romaiiiH were U ami moHt tniglc niorlcii nr told Na- In nKt i Tin jrnuu: ture's Mower will bloom on mieh imw has tiio Myuipflth) of her many frn . mound nllku, subduing the kwnnvn of a fathttr'it grief a Hun's hut but (unrtT llonl No I, beloncnu; locked in Uio vaulm of eternity will lt Mental Hox Co. Hank tm nlf. t. forever rumalu tho kuit Wfik duriiiK 1Im stitrtn. Th bo.i sank at the batik and Die wiin l i II. 8 Klllott makes Ice boxtn ami tho InniI mi that It will lx Iiiiihk lb picture frames to order Pictures en- to nilno her .Site wan lylnj; at th larged from l IS up. Call at Hick bank near T1inH Ktates. All the fu man Job Shop iiIhIiIiikh wcrv lout. mr - ih. mymzsmmssmr8mm&mMYiff M 3" of ffl nI Well Fitting Clothes Are i : 1 g c an : Actual : business : Asset T A .. ne young man - anu me older man, too, tor that matter should not overlook the value that his personal appearance has in detcrming the impres- i. oiuii tic iiianus, -:- n W CV is of well chosen material, carries with it a dis- t wen taiioreu sun tnai ills right, looks right and ........... i.. I Prices 3El.igrli.-- tinct recommendation of the wearer's judgment We are showing the new Spring effects in men's jto apparel, and the variety that awaits you here is really without limit. Suppose you drop in and see what a really interesting display of snappy J clothes is becoming to you, and while here, look )jj over our Easter styles in Shirts, Hats, Neckwear. i MILLET & ALEXANDER This calls to mind that tho Mc-- V j.- - Extra Session Line-u- p, Informal Dance, $ EiEKg mh THERE - r.i t 1 ' i ii Joid until a lato hour A law nuni- nancy I. from Colorado. iMir tf out-otown guwta wero In , In Uio two branchw Tlio wr Mltu. i,ow some remarkable changes Sanih Morrtii, Krlln Itwd and klt-or- , R la Uio house , in lal session, Mlttti SktH-n- . of IMIbuckle. Tonu., iKuuMxaU will whow a Bain of nnd Mttrii Tliomaa, (leorxo Alloy, , . u.bera and tbo Hepubllcana a N (1 Cook. H Klly, Dunliip Mur-pti- ) ,r a soelallnl member, Victor ajid J(k. I)ala, of lilton. Mlw , of Milwaukee, accounting for Akiu-Coblo, of Union City. Mbw la LMtuatlou. .1 ff rvnco . Itntli Wwqi.Ik. of MayflHld, MIhb l L)on, of HddyvHIn, Mr anl Mra A. K. Kuutifdy, Mr. niul Mra llunry 8ugr, Mr. und Mra C I, Wulkar, Route 5. Mr. niul Mm A. M TyUr. Miaww CumplnWI. Charlutto llubtmrd. AtwYnxl, Imm IV'llow, Virginia I'm liiftmiu U vry alck. Mal)o Wlkum. Pronkjo IMd. Mjrllo Wilson la 011 tho niili Uir, Clark Mcr (loalil.T JoIiimoii, iaillarry Millet, Clnrxnr ltynoda. W Slrothor iont Sunday C Itutb Ibnl. Cowglll IUTa. II K Cur-lln- . Mum Vlrglo Hutler A K Own. Prd Maddox. (lm t. Walton HUgler and wife mov-i- . AlemmloV. Otto Hnuudfrti. KUHa Hall. Clayton Saturday. Mr Jolmwiii. Mr Crutchritikl, and fluy irs l'la William return! to liar Hal Tin duties wwa Informal, tin . at Murtlu Monday. IiII-nil drifvttnK nHko In whit and Mm Cuarllo lira) aro tin alilrt wImI hi IIm with t tlua. a parents of a fine boy. M.n Stutlcr, of Martin, wo In tkinlty Saturday and Sunday. Saturday Bakery Improvements. '.U Vlru Howard with M)rtli and Dora Howard. n. mIukIIik given by Mr. Ikck1n Owing to tin- - over Incronidni; i.itn Sunday night waa greatly un- for Joma' Houioumdo Ilroad. Itaa fouml It tHcinwary ai KergiiMm nnd Harry Prnthor. I'oroy Jiih v midland, wuru In this vlotully to MtUtra tin enimelty of hU li.ik.irj'. and htm pIhchI an ordr for a Chutn-p!o- n Dtragh MU.ir A t ludlcatfd by Counoll. of Hora. tho tvHin.i, thbi maohlno kinHi.ln tin - 1.1 Katordny idgbt with MIms Hou- douali IraMitad of lmlni; to do ilia lover. lu fact, the dough Mm Ida Coleman, of HlkMttnu. Mo, wwk by iMHd a tli brother, will not Int Uwoli4l by tho liaker'a of Tin- baada w'hH K la limtullil n- - (Hover. Mm ha a en w ally of two liarrt'lH IVarl Oloar, of Clayton, wm of lnr mother, In ktiort It wlU enablo thui to turn i.l to tho atit l.e$0 toaii of bnnd dally. OthTroy Sunday. Mi I'irarl CJonr, of Clayton, waa er ImproTtfUKHtla aro to follow tho - r.unl of Mra. Uila Williams Sal dough mti.ir, but tho bitter will bo liMtalltl ubout tho 11th of Uils month. nitty nhcht and Sunday Hloom-- ' It will bo run by a SVfc h. p vlootrlc )Uy Uloutr and wlfu, of Mr Muyra, forwnian of the ul Mo, am hero at tho ImhjsMo of motor baktiry dejKirtmut, tolla un that wlu Um OUmir, who la ry ettk tbo aaalatanro of tho mixer lu will bo ablo to turn out Utttor broad Hi an httrvtofortt, although tho product of Only 2 Weeks Left. tli Ik bakery luia nlwaa bcou rousld-ref roll-call- s ,i,ttTcnUuK sUuatkm of a IXm- Vhv danco given last Thursday uouao nnd a Hopubllcau boh- - night at tho llarry hall by tho youag Ulug to consider a Taft ad- - ladles of tlfu town waa 0110 of tho Council mot Monday night. atno measure dlrecta unusual most uidfjuo and largest attoudod of Lot'a celebrato Uio Fourth, jii to the convoulng of tbo Uio ixtaiHjn, and wuh a pronouncod Tho hull waa doioratd In iaiouJ congress In oxtruordln- - iiucc FOR SAI.I3 Good Timothy Hay. wk. Tho toUllciil Jap(UMao lanturna and uuibrullaa, Uio ion Uda A. H. IiOut. tf xjoua of Uio two branches of of foot boliig well airriod out. IUo , .3 will to as follow a; punch waa aort-Wall Hiiwr Bo a roll up at Hickuudor hugo Japa-ik"bo Democrat. 228, Hopubllcan fan. Tho :nuto, a band, man Job Shop. otmluil 1, vacancies. 2 tbo 9th wna procure! from DjoraburK. and Koloot jour Kaater ault now and set Uio oxcollonl music and dancoa un- ami -- ad Pennsylvania district cholco of thu pattorna. Hepubllcaim CO, Democrats o ...Easter Millinery... And Important Showing of Beautiful flats,.. More beautiful Hats than ours have never been offered for the approval of the women of this community, nor have there ever been Hats more notable for moderation in prices, in comparison with their distinction of style and artistic merit. v.- - gut Col. C ytHrilay walla. I.. Walker wjnt to on UiihIiihh. IuIh-rill- FOIl SAI,H: Tout 12x24, Call at Hickman Job Shop. W. J. llarry will put now rubber tlroa on )our buggy. Call at hla You got stylo, fit nul durability In u Sohwub Suit. Aak to awj thoin. UlllM)VltZ. Ma-bo- "ELZEE" Tailored Hats Helmets, Hoods and Picture Hats, and many other new shapes of the most beautiful Spring creations. Prices $3.50 to $15.00. . J. rturntd to Mo, aftif attondiug but moth-trfunoral. H. lkiltuu haa Mai-ilo- - wk MoMl of thu hualiiPtM houso will bo olnvd thla nftornoon to attend the baao ball game. Itugular Birlcta at tho Mothodlst Church Sunday morning and evening by tbo piutor, iter. (1. W. Wllnon. Hmma Whoob-- r Informs us out of 218 oggs plncttl ill her that Incubator up to Marcli 31, nho hnd Mra. 181 Special in Children's Hats 50c to 3.50' h Women's Ready-to-we- ar p-i- Hats 75c to 3.00 li cJilckona hatolioil. inl de-mu- 1 A. A Fnrla haa a aamplo bunch of alfalfa on display at Uila offlro Uiat miKWiir. oiir 13 Inchi-- high, which waa grown on hla bottom farm. Julian, it looka llko ou loao. a BALTZER & DODDS D. Q. CO. 1NCOHPOHATED I ft' f ? 1 a hr b-- d flno. V wish to call tho attention of our udera to the fact tliat two wok rum next Saturday I tho lata day 'U which wo will bo able to tako of our offer of alx ro with each one year's aubucrlpUon to iir pupur and oi j ear's subaerlp 'mih to tho Fanner and Stockman r HUKirubor wo aro offering our ono ynr, tho Farmer and Stocknil man ono year and tho Jx for $1.25. Bo auru to mind lu your Hulmcritillon boforo thla offor In our ivlvortlmmioiit lu utMithr nrt of Lliln Imiuo and hcimI you forunt In Uio coupon Unlay 1 m-l- re, Wullcr Shuppbman, Mtuto b.iknry waa horo about Uio first of March and mado a ruport on Mr. J.mmw' liiNtltutlon Tho r'xrt ahould i 0rtnlnly bo graUf)lng to Joihh and Mnyora, na wU na thtor It allow a that tiio luxpoct-o- r IKitnum It 0A0 of thu clouuvat. In tho atato. lxntt uiauagtHl bakiirl lining oul) Uio vury cholr4t flour and othor lugn'dloiitM In tholr baklaapotHor, Mt-nn- ing. My with-draw- Joiior Iti-n- d htm lu- tlllH-- nuywhro from hollow linproxunimta will S0O, but ffiOO to In k.i'lii; p:tco with thu ct bo- - Tlio MlniHsipolls Itaacball club and a uumlor of butdiKtta men hokl a TUfHday nt TWTTTTTTTfrrfVTTtTTTn low foat nnd UirU-cuDeaths. noon. Tliero were upwnrda of 100 Fllmoro Tl.omas, col., ago CO, on County Ca;kol April 1, pneumonia. men lu attendance, nnd everybody From the Fulton tvporta a "fly Umo." IjovIo Uranham, col., ago 11 years, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA April 3, pneumonia. Deglnnlug FrealOlorlan Ohuroh. It It. HurneU to II G. llraafleld, Mary J. Itolton, ago C3, April 3, tuwith April Jat, there will be preach-In- g ICO acres. $10,400. be rciilosU. evenoery Sunday morning nnd Caleb Itrasfluld to II. G. Hrasflcld, ing Instead of throe Sundaja In tho Int Street corner fights am getting to lu 1C0 acres land, $2000. month. You are Invited to all of our Mra. C. V. McDanlcl to C. M. Ilraa-nl- bo numerous. W 0. Stockton, Mlnlatcr. uirvlcva WEATHER: Fair today, with prob1C0 acres, $10,000. II T. Edwards to h. S. Parka, land ably showers tonight or Friday. Sheriff Johnmin attached W. A. Lot G. A. WenUierly do your elecIllmJiaw'fl forry boat last Saturday $1CS0. A J. Hurna to C. A. Hondurant, lot trical work. All work guaranteed, lp for Uio Intneflt of W. A IddH. C. l. Shumate ami A. K. D)I)ow and fwry In Cayce, $1C00. River Is rising and It Is expected avrtlce haa been on the bum tlil.T F. V. Pegram to Ida Pcgrani, land, to reach about 30 feet on the Cairo woi-'k- . Itegular acrvlco will bo $3000. guage. however, In a short tluio. Jan. Sanger to Henry Griggs, lot W. H. Polk and family aro back East Hickman, $ir0. from Memphis, and will make their W. A. Hlnshaw, Uirough hla attorF. E. Luttrell to W. S. Ellison, land homo here. ney, F. 8. Moore, filed a petition In In lower bottom, $C?fi0. voluntary bankruptcy at Majfhild. The ladiee Guild, of Uie Episcopal Mow Uurkett to 11. G. Hale, lot Monday. Wo havo not yet learn il Church, oaka ua to announce a imisl-cnlWest Hickman. of tho dato or plaoo of credltora uieei- treat ou Tuesday evening, April Hickman Grocery Co to n. 0. Halo, Ing HIh aaseta are oatlnuiU-- at 18th. Three musicians of the Indian- lot Old Hickman, $300. llabllltlea at 112,000. J. M. House to Jim Llgbtner, land, npolla CoiuMjnatory of Music, a violin lato, plan Ls to and baritone singer are $2100. Mra. Swan Ilurma nnd Oeo. Ilraa-fielB. M Stephens to I). O. McMillan. Uio leading features. Ky., were calletl to Barlow, UiIh vtvk to attend tho bedside of their brother, Hev. It. B. Ilp.ufleld, wlw) la not expected to llo. Hev llnutfleld wjia operated on for enlarged glntula, but tho operaUon fnlleil to Improve hla condition. Fiscal Court Met. I Tho regular April term ofFulton county Fiscal Court was convened at thu Court House lu thla city Tueaday. Judge W. A. Naylor is presiding und Magistrates It. A. Browder, S. W. Wlllluius and A. M. Shaw are lu attendance. Besides tho usual amount of claims allowed by Uie Court, Tuesday, sheep claims for sheep killed by dogs to tho amount of $480 were allowed and with costs Uio amount la $499.50. The Court haa contracted for six now teel bridges to bo erected In Uio county this summer, and several concreto culverts will also bo con- i & S. Ir r' I m . U rt i 3 o ! n M ?lr ,t ftW structed. Tho Court la composed of men who believe In doing things right and they can bo found ou Uio Job ull the time. Buy a Schwab guaranteed all suit and save money. wool o $i.-00- d i' It Don't forsot nliout our IUi of tvlobratlou. Ijl'u got buay. July' It will pay ou to bco UllovlU foro bu)liiB iair prln suit. Judgo llocd, of Paducah, announced himself on n Domocrallc caudlduto for Governor, and ran und withdrew from tho meo all in ono week. That la lu keeping with tho reputation he mado for himself while boldlne court In Hickman lu January. Nothing slow about Judgo Heed. Hut ho would haw been a mighty good man for the placo. cKeu) Spring Skirts is a Skirt Season, sw mi ffrU lv I It The Spring and we 4" $15.00 iH-T-i "Wright's Wplano" arrived In Hick-ma- n AhJ'",7m- - Monday, but Uila not tbo nvla Hon tJiio. It Is n complicated, elec tric motor driven machine bought by A. J. Wright, of Uio Hickman Harneta Co., to bo used exclusively In Bewlng noltt ou ahoea, planing, jKillaliing, "to In fact, It puto tho regular shoo factory flnlah ou them. This machine coat about $500, and la certainly n 01111 to tho progreaslveneirt of the Hickman Ihirueaa Co. fit I are prepared to offer a most hensive scope of choice to critical Skirt buyers. Our showing of handsome skirts is the most complete we have ever shown. You should see them. M Altman Voile Skirts MBiiMinniiiiiiinnw Frank Watson, ono of our progres-Ivand good young fanner friends, la nTtndng a broken nnn. Frank was breaking a joung horao when un auto o J" lm.lr -- arc 3'VwJt I came up behind him nnd frlghtenen tho animal. Ho waa on tho ground attoinptiiii; to hold tho horeo by tho bridle and It reared up nnd threw Frank In audi a manner that he fell on hla left side, breaking tho arm between tho shoulder and elbow, He will bo laid up Boveral woeka. Presbytery of tho a Presbyterian Church, U. S. A , met on Tuesday of laat week at Dyer, Tonn. Attendanco and interest waa uood. Hev. Wm. Q. Stockton, of this city, wna chosen Moderator of tho body. Drs. Moaea Dreeze and war- nm IL Wilson, of Now York, address ed Uio body on tho subject of homo missions and tho country cuurcii Hev. Stockton was selected as tho representor o to the general assembly, which meets In Atlantic City, N Oblon-Memphl- 5 i Beautifully embroidered with silk braid $6.00 to $15.00 PANAMA SKIRTS absolute all wool. Black and blue Panama Skirts, nicely tailored, ranging in price from Guaranteed for ten years. This machine will do the same work that a $65 machine will do. See this machine at our store. $3.50 to $10.00 Si. Louis Furnishing Co, INCORPOIIATED BALTZER & DODDS D. Q. CO. 1NCOHPHOATED UK J , May 18. 1911. ,J Ellison Bros. IS i&Ti ,. W!fi -- 42 drray o EasterHats -- Sell all kind of Screen Doors, Windows and Screen Door Fixtures Meeting With Praise Millinery here is nt the heighth of beauty. More attractive hats have never been offered for the approval of the women of this community. Nor have there ever been Hats more notable for moderation in prices in comparison with their distinction of style and artistic merit. We extend the fullest invitation to see these new hats while the bloom of newness is on them H IKS' EH Plain Screen Doors, all kinds, including hinges, knob and catch, 1.00 High Grade Screen Door3 all sizes, 1.50, 1.75 and governor's mansion, has been convict-...- l nf kI..h1Iiil- - nil the newspapers de livered at the mansion. Tho offenso is of long standing. Buck wss found standing on tho front porch of tho mansion, leisurely chewing up tho morning paper, nnd enjoying It n much ns If It hnd been the llnost quality of nllulfn or California outs. (Jov. WHImoii has been missing his papers for some time, nnd has bwn a constant kicker with tho news dealers and local newspapers because his prIers were missing. Special Judges. Special Judges were ucsignaieu iu follows by the governor: W. C. Vonceburg. to UrwiUilu county, for a soclal term of threw weeks; J. F. Gordon. MadlsonvllWf. to droves county, regular term on account of the of the regular Judge; J B. Fryer, Butler, to Urnysou, regular term, L, L. Walker. Uncaater. Franklin county for Uie tlrst week of Uio April term, in the plate of Judge U- U Btout, who is in Florida. Hal-ber- Got the Governor's Goat. Buck, n goat, residing opposite the RECEIVED Fresh Today Direct from the Const Sealshipt Oysters ) , ci!k SEZflsHlSS? & y J Fashionable Oxfords for Easier Season Footwear as an essential of correct dress is 2.00 Window Screen Frames 25c Screen Door Fittings Screen Wire Coil Sprgs an impor- 15c 10c tant consideration in every woman's outfitting. i We are showing all the newest and latest effects in low shoes many novelties and exclusive styles that you will not find elsewhere in the town. Whether you choose to pay $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 or $4.00, you will find at this store the particular pair of low shoes that will best satisfy your ideas of style comfort, fit, wear and excellence. Screen Wire Cloth. Black Screen Wire, Gnlvan-ize- d Screen Wire, per Hubert Cook, of Hopklnsrille. wn. ployed In Uie auditor's ofnee. was asshuant BvcreAary of state to succeed Mr Ball. Air. IXxk w wen known in Frankfort, where ho Iim lhed for tore eycar. H U from and came to Frankfurt wlUi Uie present administration Just after Frank l Jam- - went In as auditor with Mr Cook will famlllarlre liluw-el- f the duties of the new ofllcv and then will ocgln work April 1 No one will be appointed to rill rtw place made vacant by tin' appointment of ItoJbert Cook He had charge of U corporation and. as nuwt of dm work In that department k over fur this year, the auditor will divide up Uie work between Uie others. Hon-klnmlll- IFS& lsliSSSB" JrTOrsTntft BBlSSm dk "Mark Twain's Oyster Story" This Is the imme of .hi new Iwiok Mhlch glvvM ma unknown in shore reellH-nlaud. Every Inrtiaewlfi- is welcome to a ropy si nu store. We aru handling nnly8eui hiilpl Oysters this year M are registered agent nf U Kealshlpt Oyster system . - SMITH & AMBERG Announcement, McGlure-Longnecker. Mabel Notes. We bhall try to came here from Bloomlngton, Ills., qual- and is a graduate of Uio Chicago ity, low prices and courteous treat- Veterinary College. We are unacment. quainted with the doctor, but thoio Ilespectfully, who know him recommend him very FETHE & FitENCH. highly. Tho Courier Joins their friends in extending best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Longnecker. Card of Thanks Surprise weddings seem to be the We take this meaas of informing Mr. Hude, of Cairo, was huru last our friends and Uio public that wo fad. Thursday. havo purchased tho business and The latest Is the marrlago of Mrs. Born to George ltoed and wife, on stock of Bereudes & Co., uud will Jennie V. McCluro and Dr. A. O. continue Uio business under Uio sanio Ixmgnocker, which occurred at tho March 22, a fine girl. liberal policies aud at Uio same place home of tho bride, on Troy avenue, C. F. Hawks made a business trip Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, to as heretofore. New Madrid Saturday. It id hardly necessary to state that Judge W. A. Naylor officiating. this house has always carried oue of Carl Waggoner, of Union City, was Tlie brido is a well known and thb largebt and best selected btocks highly respected lady of tills city; a visitor here last week. of books, stationery, novelties, etc., a lady who will mako Uio man of her Hon. K. T. Tyler was In Mabel on to be found iu the state, and we shall choice a splendid wife. business one day last week. endeavor to add all the latest and Dr. Longnecker Is connected with best things in our line. H. It. Itogers stnble here, and has Ezra Anderson, of near Hickman, A continuance of your patronage been in Hickman several montlis. Ho was a visitor here Friday. will be appreciated merit same from a standpoint of Mrs. Polly Bowman, of Hickman, is visiting hor nelce, Mrs. J no. Stowe, this week. Ernest Brick, of Sassafras Illde. was the guest of MIsa Mollle Stowe Sunday afternoon. Charlie Klines and Hubbard Newton, of Hickman, were the guests of Hnrvey K linos nnd family Sunday. We desire to take this method of thanking the neighbors aud friends for the kindly deeds aud assistance given us during the sickness urd death of our mother and sister, Mary J, Bolton, who departed this life on April 3, 1911. lirothor and Children. Mrs. Will Bailey, of Loulsvillo, and Miss Mabel Lyon, of Eddyvllle, were the iionorees of a bridge party given Saturday evening by Mrs. E. Ii. Prattler. Mints were served during Uio A salad course and coffee Khuio. were served. The guests were Miss Lyon, Mrs. Bailey, Mcsdamcs C. L. Walker, W. H. Baltzor, A. M. Tyler, J, M. Iftiubard, J. T. Stephens, L. A. Stone, A. E. Kennedy, L. I Ellison, B. R, Ellison, F. 3. Moore, C. 0. Schlenker, C. S. Driver and Miss Mario Brevard. son Little Jack Buck, tho of Mr. nml Mrs. Geo. Buck, is convalescing after a ery serious attack of pneumonia. It was thought Uiat for a fow daya tho disease would prove fatal. E. C. Davis, traveling lumber salesman of the Mengel Box Co., Is here on business with this branch. Have prices on Easter Flowers. Your orders will be appreciated. Vim Frankye Iteld. Veal and spring Lamb at Matheny Bros, store., also all kinds of fresh W. E. McClendon, a prominent citiLester Vaughln, of Ike couniy, zen of Mayflold, died in Uiat city Sunday night after an Illness of a visited his uncle, T. P. Vaughn, of fow days. Ho wus a leading mer- Sassafras Hidge, Boveral days last chant of that city and was highly es- week. teemed. Misses Beddle Montgomery, Florence Jefferles and Ida Bolt were the guests of Miss May Slowo Saturday night nnd Sunday. Brighten Up ! BJg ball gamo today. vegetables. MIas Luclle Bondurant is visiting VERNICOL reproduces tho colors and effects of hard woods. It Is not af Mrs. Hardy I.lgon, In Union City. fected by heat or cold, soap or water, Miss Frankyo I'eavler visited ut and when used on floors does not Three State a few days Uils week. show heel marks. It Is designed for Sec tho nice large line of flower finish on pots and saucers to match. A vaFLOORS, hard or soft wood, old or riety of sizes up to 2 gallons. H. E. new, in good or bad condition, paint Curlln. ed or natural. It Is a very durable. Mrs. Ellen Sheridan, an aged lady attractive and economical floor finish. I of Mayfleld, died In that city Sunday Nothing wears better. night after a four weeks Illness. WOODWORK new or old, of hard or Sho was 71 years of ago. soft wood. It makos tho woodwork Mrs. Mary Blosengame, aged 47 a part of the color scheme of the years, died In Muyflold Sunday night room. It covers the bad painting after nn Illness of pneumonia. Sho an renews finish that has been marr- Is survived by a son nnd daughter. ed or worn. It Is a great Improve, ment for kitchen wainscoting, refrigA brawl in a yawl crossing tho erators, kitchen sinks, bath rooms, 4c Ohio river resulted in the death, Monday of J. D. Harrison. WlUi sevFURNITURE. It helps to harmonize eral coinitanlous, Harrison had boon the furniture and decorations, renews on a drinking bout In Cairo Saturday old articles, giving them new life night aud was struck on Uio head and beauty. wlUi nn oar when near tho Kentucky shore returning homo. Ho died In u Cowjill's Drug Store, Cairo hospital wlUiout regaining cou. sclousueui, His assailant is unknown Delegates Appointed. Tho following havo been nnlntcd n of tho Aiim-IrsidekKatM to Uve Academy of l'olltlral ami Social Science to be heM In l'hiUdeiphk H. C. Stnll. Islington; April Judge O. II Waddle. Cotnercl; Herman 1). Newconrb. IouIrllle; Jaroe It. Barret, Henderson; Bernard Ftextmr, Infertile, ami lir T. LltxWey Blarney, State Still Danville, All tin e hare signified aa intention tf aMendlng the meeting, that tttey will take and it is a promltwnt part in the exerclt. A number of Fulton county clU zens still hold warrants Issued to Mpuialy Dr Blarney, who probably an JOilrwi them one year ago In payment for will deliver Jury services at Uio May term of cir Police Judge Named, cuit court, 1910. Our circuit clerk, I. J. W. Coin pt on has ben appointed W Murrls, trustee of the Jury fund, police Judge of Edmonton. has been unable to explain why the Tho governor has appointed 8. R. state should not havo allowed these In Hock-castlclaims, since other warrants of a lat- Ftngton Jutdlco of the county to fill a vaeanay oauwd er date have been paid. It occurred to us, n well as a lot by deutb. of other taxpayurs, that a little light Tho governor appointed T. 11. Be. on Uils subject from headquarter North Middle! own, jiollce Jmlge ( would not be out of place. Accord- llourbon county, to succe'l C. M HklU ingly we wrote Auditor Joiim-- about man, rewgneo. the matter. Our answer camo out of machine, nnd was one tho "red-tapeTho ccnsuM of the suite was of those nice printed forms which Uio token during Uie week and inort will high salaried clerks send out, nml be made to Uie superintendent i pub- had no bearing whatever on the sub- lis Instruction by May I. ject. We bundled It up, fired It back and asked for an answer to our loi- First Electrocution. be put to death In Tlie flnrt timn to ter. Wo got It. Here is a part of Uie rleotric clmlr will W Shay n tho lettor from Mr. James: He will die In Uie dyrlllc pen- on Mnv G Clnv Wltlmn Ami "I would state that after tho law ltunllarr tlie date for Uie execution of that as authorizing the Treasurer to stamp the court's order, and Kentueky's now warrants Interest bearing had been method of putting to death condemneil passed, there wero a great many out- criminals will bo given Its find trial. standing warrants that were stamped In Mnrch, April and May 1910. Population stnllsUcs of tint thirThe law provides Uiat the warrouts teenth census, announced Thursday, sliall bo redeemed in tho order stamped. I think all have been redeemed gnre MadlHonvIlle a population of up to about April 30 or May 1. I OCC. This Is a gain of 1.338 over presumo your Trustee of the Jury Uio census of 1900, which gnro the Fund had his warrant stamped Inter- city a iMipulntluu of 3,638. est bearing nnd If so, lie will have to wait his turn and rccolto payJ. A. Monro, formerly with the ment when called In regularly. Now, Mengel Box Coiiiimuy, but who has you say that claims of later daUt been In Itnyvlllo, La, for several I mu saUsflHl have been settled. months. Is visiting bis family and this Is true. The Treasurer has in- parents. .Mr ami Mrs. flus Moore deavored to pay ns many claims as Itossible. It is only wlten he has J 0 in tho General Expenditure Fund that he is directed to mako call for redemption of warrants. Hnd your Trustee held Uie warrant a short time without being stamped, I fo-sure that your Sheriff could havo tak en the warrant in and paid off the Jurors, ns has been done In a number of counties. "Tho legislature of 1908 made new appropriations amounting to $1,32G,. 000, and tho Legislature of 1910 ap propriatlons of nearly half a million, nil together $ 1,800,000, without providing any means for meeting these new' obligations, and the prcoont administration has had to take care of these large appropriations uihiii Uie samo tax rate that ban been collected by tho State for a number of nx-erlu yard 12c up Ellison Bros. "Busted," 7-- -- exiN-cte.- 1 Sealshipt Oysters Straight from the Oystrr Beds Under Seal This means Hint the or tern are placed In nlr-rniitoinora right nt tho M shore, Immetllatoly jmwM nml shipped straight In The lo. Is pnoksd aroMHil liie MitilaliHim on tho ONI side No Ire or wtiler In Ik e " containers JiiNt oM ) tern. The oystuls riititu of the true oyster flavnr the real tang of the r rvnsh onr plucid Ih a cleanly white anil blue Sealshlptlrase, listd ly nil liifiMed agents umW mid hnndiNt you In paper pall. When they IVa-ir.n- stor. ther are Hemeinber In buying Sealshipt Oysters you get nothing hut plump, solid ojnstMr meat. No water herico no Kcnlshlpt Oystor waste are the standard of vnlun When ynu pay l.ms you llSH. at " Ellison Bros. - GO,-00- Rexall Remedies KING OF ALL years." as the name would imply, with a national reputation. Tho first paragraph Is self explanatory. But there aro taxpayers In this end of tho State that will deny the second paragraph. Seems Uiat Ful ton county got n raise of 1C per cent, and thought she was getting off light as many of our neighboring counties took tho degree to tho tune of 25 per cent. g Hickman Drug Co. INCOM'OltATED first of the week, 3zo. A. Colo was here from Fulton mm J 0. Stubbs DENTIST " i.llrJ. Bulging. orr H,entd'lSlo' Itoiw "" , tng is the Team THE HieKMHN COURIER. ' Commercial IL'aoun up the Hill of Success. The Courier ha s a Spankin' Goad Team, i A BLUE MARK HEBE mnm tbst your tub crlptloa hm expired Itenew promptly If you want the paper to come to rou after tbli monih Grease the Axles of Your Ulagan, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up 2 NO. ID VOLUME Ol BT PArnR IN WESTERN EUNTOOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1911. WHOLE NO. ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 2040 IBM i i tt nun " w- -k wmrjt going to see this Springand wear, we YOU'RE some of the smartest clothes ever ofI fered So the well dressed men of this town. You'll see them in our store now; and a little later you'll see them fan the men who know what good clothes 'are. ,4 m ' . 1 Vv lart Schaffner 1 & Marx '' ViiX?A 0- - K-ta8- ;' r3; MJZ rv :s to- - clothes we're talking about are made for men of the most critical taste and discrimination. Everything .fabout these goods is exactly what you would have it, if you were to specify all the details of your own garments. They're clothes made for the wearer and iri his interests; not simply made good enough to sell! for style, these clothes are the product of style creators ; you'll never do better in style. As for fit, leave it to us ; if the clothes don't fit we'll be more ashamed of them than you are. We'd rather clothes that don't fit, for our own sakes. not sell-yoNew models for men and young men in Spring suits; new fabrics, colors, patterns, weaves ; at prices from $ 8 up. u :V lSSW :5; ".". . A ! .. r " - n. - . 1 fv . "''.K""J'' r. '. '.. i,'.. . ,'H Special Values A' at $10, $12.50 and $15 RV..tf ., ,.y.r.-- . . !....?.., Cw7 t';.'i ..-" F I fcVf ..? 'r .J & ...tf. -- j:v- j. ..0 .r . .:J ' 11 We think we are showing the strongest lines at the above prices that we have ever shown. Suits that are really worth buying, and upon examination you'll find the qualities are really such as are usually sold for more money. We are trying to give you unusual values at these prices, and we think that you will say we have succeeded. - ' : V l I c V--'' New Ideas in Boys Clothes - W J'll ! il V -- . hf r. i. ?V ,'.i K f. ' ; ' .. . I .fi" l' j.i?: 1 r r A great line of blue serge and fancy suits, knicker pants, peg cut, at $2.50 to $8.00. Little boys Norfolks and Russian blouse suits, blue serge and fancies, at $1.50 to $5.00. ::' .'. Copyright Hart SchafTner it Marx Hats You'll find here the greatest stock of fine hnts it's ever been your good fortune to be turned loose in. You'll find nny color, nny shape, nny quality you want that's good quality. Telescopes and soft hats in gray, pearl, tan and black, all the new shapes at $1.50 to Derbys at $2.50 and $3.00. Staple shapes at $3.00. $1.25 to $4.00. For the boys we have Telescopes and If Furnishings we didn't do anything but sell Furnishings we couldn't be more particular about it than we are, and you will find no such stock in Hickman as we have here. "Silver" and "Ide" Shirts, the kind we sell, fit, the styles are right; and the patterns and weaves are the best. $1.00 to $2.00. See our new line of neckwear. Knit and bat wings at beautiful patterns in silk 25c and 50c. four-in-hand- Oxfords In the Florsheim and Cros-slines of mens fine shoes we feel that we can satisfy the most exacting. The new styles for Spring et s, are smart and snappy. We show them in patent, gun- metal, vici and tan leathers Prices, $3.50, $4.00 $4.50, $5.00 four-in-han- ds other soft shapes nt 50c to $2.50. SMITH AMBERC April the First, Nineteen Hundred and Eleven of The St. Louis Furnishing Co., and in announcing this to our friends and patrons, we beg to say that the extraordinary growth of our business, of which we are so proud, has necessitated this step, in order that our facilities for caring for our trade may be increased. Therefore, there will be an arrangement of departments, and in this connection we wish to say that the is the date of the Undertaking Department will be under direct supervision of Mr. HARRY BARRET, who is a Licensed Undertaker. In offering you his services we feel that words of commendation are unnecessary in this community, where he has lived so many years. We shall surely appreciate a continuation of your patronage. The St. Louis Furnishing Company Bad Fire At Clinton. Our neighboring city, Clinton, Ky , suffered one of the most dlsasterous fires In tho history of that county Monday morning about 3 o'clock Thu total loss Is ostlmnted at 109. 000. and leaves ono entire side of the public square a mass of debris The fire started In J. W. Henry lumber sheds, but how It started Is not known. A crap game is thought to have been responsible for It. Those who lost property are as y follows: J. W. Henry & Co., office and lumber house; field's Opera House; Hold's unfinished store ofhouse; Dr Richmond's fice; llamsay & Samuels' insurance office; Rlngo & Watson's two story frame furniture house; large shed room for hearses; Johnson Hros 2 cars of buggies; D. I. Knapp's concrete works; Hllllngsnorth & Jackson, carpenters' tools; Mrs. Carrie Morris, brick resident"; Mr. Cook, agont Illinois Central railroad, household goods; Mrs. Laura I'otter, brick residence, occupied by Mr. Horxtllct, who barely had time to oscapo with his family, as the roof was falling In when ho awoke. Tho loss is estimated to be about covored by insurance, and will be a pretty hard blow for that progressive little city. & Co. two-stortwo-story two-story ono-third Firm Changes Hands. EVERYBODY The firm of Mary Hroudes ft Co . book and stnlloonery store, nud one of the old and well oatAullshed com terns of Hickman , was purchased Friday by Messrs. John Fethe and Tom French. This change comes .is quite a surprise to the store's patron and possibly Its former management also Mr. iiersmles was asked to make a price. He made it, but not sus pectlng that ho hod made a sab Hut Mr. llerendes Is Just enough sportsman to stick up to his proposi tlou and the deal was made Mr Derendea and his slater. Miss Marr hare made a success of the business The Courier regrets to see them out of commercial life. The new firm U composed of well ' known and enturprlMng young men. Mr. Fethe has been with for several years, aud knows the business from A to 7. Both have a host of friends who will be pleased to encourage them In their new venture. Success to you, gentlemen 1 OPEN Hickman Electric Studio Photographs in every stylr Prompt Service. All Work Guaranteed. NOT HOW CHEAP GOOD BUT HOW W"W I'M 11 who appreciates the ,: ,.:..,. . mifiicsi tw.miY iiin.- . . tiuuuisc iraucs at i- - i. m Your Home Correct and Artistic Decoration at Moderate Cost. Henry Bosch Company's Helm & DouffleProtectioii Flro departments are necessary and save much property, but they cannot be relied upon always. Although they may put out the fire, water may do as much damage as the fire. Flro Insurance protects you against the loss by fire as well as the loss by water damage. A fire insurance pol-Ic- y In a reliable company with a reputation for fair dealing and promptness Is your beat protection. We rep resent only such companies. Wall Papers Ntw York Chlciio For the Sraton of Ninr- tn-tlevfrrprtttnt the bcit the World stfordi n Ellison's Because nil the leading nationally advertised lines are sold at this store. to We do Copying nnd Enlarin. make Medallions nnd Crayons View nnd Flash Light Pictures any time or place. Open Evenings. ' ti FHrckiM. A Swple booli ibow ti mi ml- BHMI tltltciltc riKft uw4 Title It m klitlk I poinl Come and Set to m will irtl tut lim4lii la iJ4icm Wl morion W. A. DODDS J. Madison Pollen Next to Price Motel. R. T. TYLER, Agent. Clenn up your premises. T. T. Sullivan Is In Mayfleld this week. Sheriff Johnson aud In Fulton Sunday. Ouy Hah-wer- (IdeaJ) routxtAinren 1& Police Court News, Wiley was up fcfore charged with t Huixluy offences rommlted breach of tho aco he was t" 111 60, and for earring coihi weapons nnd flourishing same h fined 931 60 and ten days In Jail Others who have been flnwl i breach of peace since our lat i and dug up JUJ0 Mere Tom 111", K I. IteiiK'ly Card of Thanks I desire to thank the citizens of Moscow and vicinity for their heroic and timely assistance at tho burning of my mill on the 28th, ult. I also extend thanks to all for their sympa thy and kindness to me in my loss, W. S. Burnett, Moscow, Ky. For All Skin Diseases Dr. Dell's Antiseptic Salvo la tho best It Is a creamy snow white ointment pleasant to use and every box U guaranteed. Frico 2Cc. At all dealers. 8 Tho Munford Bank and tho Highland Park Bank have been ordered into liquidation by Secretary of state Bruner. Be A Booster. Every Bottle Is Guaranteed. Every bottle of Dr. Bell's Plno-THoney Is guaranteed to give satis Fight and the crowd stays with you; faction In all throat and bronchial Quit, and you're out of the race: 8 troubles. For he who quits goes down and out, And ho who fights goes Into place. Tho Daughters of thu Confederacy will meet with Mrs. C. T. Bondurant Dig, and you find rock bottom: Quit, and you find but sand; noxt Tuesday afternoon. For tho treasure Is for tho digging Tho resldonco of Mrs. E. B. Edd- - For thu emitter, the rifled land. Ings, at Fulton, was destroyed by Plow, and you turn smooth furrows; fire Saturday night at 0 o'clock. Quit, and your tools gather rust; In proscriptions wo glvo tho high- Hoot and you soon learn to burrow; o est quality and chnrgo tho lowest Keep striving, and pay It you must. price. Hickman Drug Co. ar pns-slbl- Second-han- and sold at goods bought, repair.! the HIakmaii Job Shop P s L'o the most satisfactory pocket writing is Moiidny, Ji. I -- I implement ever made. Inspect our complete stock and permit us to fit your , imo .,.... hand. Born to Mr. anJ Mrs. Clarence Edmonds on Monday April 3rd n boy S. M. Burns nnd son, Earnest, of Cayco, wore In town on business, i r r-- ' Monday. Mrs. C. Mr Yates, wife of the w.-l- l known shingle man, is vary low with pneumonia. It. A. Tyler returned Saturday from C K Dulgld. Will Colo. The ingredients are on tho carton. Dr. Bell's contains no habit producing drugs, and always gives satisfaction. Look for the bell on tho Bottle. 8 Pine-Tar-Hon- Of NOT ONE MAN IN FIFTY IS NORMAL It uwts tin- - people of the state of Kfiiliuky more than u million dollars Louisville, where ho took the Shrlner a yenr to collect the taxes of thu degree In Masonry. stato. Don't you know that n half PracUco economy by buying your million of this could be saved If we furniture, from tho St. Uiuls Fur- had a legislature with a thimble full If you are going to build, repair or of brains T Mr Farmer, you had Nino days 'til Easter. nishing Co, Incorporated. Ell Ilynum, of Fulton, loot his move a house and want good work, better come to your sensm. nud that C. II. Parham spent Sunday In donee by fire Hundny night. see B. S. Elliott, contractor and buildWo try to have each article adver- quick Mallard Yoeman er. Homo phono 3G, or call at Hick- Union City. tised oven better than tho advertiseman Job Shop. Mrs. Eliza Hoberts Is visiting her ment says It fs. Hickman Drug Co. sister near Columbus. Andrew Iedwldge, who wns thrown from and run over by a wagon last Improve-Prot- ect A. It. Stone, Contractor Mosby aud nrm, Is C. V. Bondurant drovo over to Cayco week sustaining n broken getting along nicely. Sunday. Cards of color, red, will he fumi'i These cau be hui out whuro driver will know Uint " dilro leu. Please gel n card and will guarantee you Ice on the fir. tilp around us thu drivers are ii struoted to watch for tin) sign Hickman leu ft. Coal Co. d on application. ' r- -i m Your Fruit Croi Just about every man that we ever make clothes for has to have little touches of the tailor's art here and there on his garments, to make him look JUST RIGHT. By fitting him snugly at one point and building him up at another, we can improve a man's appearance wonderfully. These things cannot be had unless your clothing is MADE TO MEASURE. WE sort of pride ourselves on this particular branch of tailoring and are waiting to extend this advantage to YOU. Talk the clothing question over with us some day. find it decidedly worth while. You will David Browning, a prominent at Wo carry overy thing to furnish tho homo. St. Iouls Furnishing Co. torney and politician of Pnduoah, Monday announced his candidacy for Incorporated. tho Republican nomination for Sovro-Mrs. W. J. Iogan left first of tho tary of State. week for Tomato, Ark., to spend a Our stock of Furniture. Hugs. Mat month or two with relatives. tings, Window shades, Lace curtnlus, Mrs. II. It. Walker had tho misfort Refrigerators, stoves nnd etc Is une to fall one day last week and completo we snvo you money. Easy break a bono In her hnnd and was payments. St. Ixiuls Furnishing Co. otherwlso bruised up, Incorporated. Jno. T. Dillon has purchased the A. Moore lot In Southern Helghis, and will build a hnndsomo residence this spring. This lot lies Just north of Carl Schmidt's residence. C m. "c3JtiLsR3fcf J. & Will Hi Mi Schmidt, The Tailor Judgo Ed C. O'llear, of tho Kentucky court of appeals has announced his canldldacy for tho Republican nomination for governor. Ho states that ho will not resign and will ap point his own sucessor on tho bench when ho Is elected governor. Mrs. Jas. Chaney, of tho tippor bottom, who was carried to Nashville last week to undergo nn operation for goitre, Is reportisl as doing nicely, nnd expects to bo able to return homo Saturday. Dont Imaglno that you will be tho favored ono In our system of cash or coupous. Tho drivers will bo charg ed up with their trip and must either bilng In cash, coupons or tho left over Ice. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Vfc: Pure Sulphur Sol., 40c n gal. One gal. mixed with ter makes from 10 to 50 gallons for spray. Arsenite of Lead-Past13c to 15c per pound. e, wa- Send inquiries and orders to HELM & ELLISON! ASK FOR LITERATURE J ini-- - - J, 0, Slubbs DENTIST IV.l.iu I'kiMlf No. SI i.UhW ia thB Team that Pulla inn Commetcial Uagon up the Hill of Succbss. NO. JO VOLUME l IBT PAPER IN THE HieKMAN COURIER. The Counoi has a Spankin' Goad TBam. GreasB i your tab mm thatbai expired crlptlon Henew promptly If tub want the pap r to com to Toa after tbli momb A BLUE MARE HESE -- . 'L' tho Axles at Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HO. WESTERN KENT00KT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1911. BRAND ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAS 2U40 lSBtt Mrs. Kale Webb-Smi- th will be glnd to see JOSEPH California R. KNOWLAND. WHITL0CK. Notice. As wo have been In the photograph, business In Hickman almost 20 years, wo are going to show our appreciation and at the same time celebrata our 20th anniversary by giving our patrons the advantage of the follow I'm low prices for a short time only:) CABINET PHOTOS, a dor.. $2.00 POST CARDS, a doz 75c MANTILLAS, a doz $1.00 Thanking one and all for past favors and soliciting a continuance of same, wo aro respectfully. S I'HOTOGKAPII QAL.LERY. Over Ledford & Handle's. HOSE-DALE'- customers nt SMITH Congraiiman In Lumber and Shipping Outlnsst. f JN Famous Toledo (O.) Mayor Barred From Cleveland Church. i i & AMBERG'S MAKKItO- T- Shirt Waists, Lingerie Bnby Layette and Bridal Trousseaus A HPKOIAI.TY ML " P mm M i ; .9 4 L iifHill "nBBMHaBaaV OIBllVBaBlal S ty fllll 11 fl B r wfc h i F M Cao and ton loft Hat ruUiuiili lo visit her fur Mm Clark. i,. . i Confederal reunion will b at Utile Hock May lOili. I7Ui Quilt) a number of lllrk imIi iraim nru urraur.lng to at-- i . ituarnnli'o Sutherland' IsttRW lo curu common tor m 21 (o 30 hour. Till cihih but II U backed by our .!..- -. iniw You run no rUV. and It .oat 3(o. 3 so ill Mrs Cart 1x3k i Marriage Licenses The following were granted llcenso to marry in Obion County last week: Q It. DeJarett and Z. M. Jones. Sam McDanlel and Vera S. French. P M. Cody aud Lizzie Crane. Ilaymond Whito and Dora Hogau. Tho residence of It. Bailey, In Unby firo last Friday night. ion City, was destroyed - fmffX Order Your Easter I Clothes Now and be distinctively attired on the S foremost fashion day of all the year. fe Have your choice of our elegant as- . sortment of new Spring Woolens jZ jg -- i In vlli U by April and dont lo -- trUnj II mri ami mo the bby rajm nnd for fans or motor. It will !! flmt of Mny for your imrvtao owllari, olo.. at the butaar, Wedutm "Kin. or If . you bo1n In tho day, April 12th. '.'U of April you will bo required lo At JacksoN, Tmh., a ditlnion wan juat as If you bad be tin Uiu rttHlvrtil RtYlHKUttbe Widow of JlldKc t lllokinati Ico & Coal Co. i i- .- current for fans calm for Cnlliw Uiu season. If tho first iart dot. Joora. lit cool you oar will be ttrhinldi I br Haiurday motif r Mr ft Harrla the Per HiU(A irH'rty ED V. PRICE'S- - . number of prominent KepuWI- of tho alalo hold a mTt eon- at Dawou, Tliumday, but fur IHirpomj bat not yet bwit bwirn- Kacb olio nrrlted quietly and ' 'r uiadu Uiolr mission known. I'K thoau nttendlnjr, wora Jud ii'r. eandldatu for tho KopubMeuH"iiwitloti for Kovvriior, and ANdati Attorney (Jeiieral Tom Meilrvsor. IMI'a AnUatplle Salvv lo (ftra MUafoctlon or )ou luoiwy back. 3S ovorywh. Taw Air to full of CNntoti ami .Mitfcow - Mrti lttrr. rlngworni. and nil akin fi-ma. run-Him- ; diiu'a- - I)r la jsuarantuKl x.-- t your n- - 8 I & d 'I Measure... laiiuiu t r lsV4ks4 Vm lu iuui -- V rallrtiad talk thai an- on the line of tb road to bo built from Hickman to raduoah and tlm tip la atroiiK thut Ih built. Clinton (In tho rmd I llourno. prwldent of tho Upubll.in Pnmnwiilvf IttflRHo, kt out In an Interview putting nomination lo be divided nt tlm Taft (Hit or tho runnliiK In 1'JI2. llo 4ie wld prliiiury, July I. In bin ixiya that lil'olMte will In. tho ro 'iitfinvnt Senator I'nynlur tuiyH lis pubHmu nnmtnco. -- la that bu aliould not oak for an-h- r ttnn of off Ico o Ioiir bofortt Wo aro cettlru; ready for thu hlc ' nriiwit tnu la to vxplru but tb-i- l bulldlnir boom that In golni; to take tbo rubii of tho I)oiuiH'ra:ic placo In lllckuiau UiU uprlnK by In ato Couunlttvo h lit o our stock of luuibor aud "iiipollul to do. Ho will oppOKo Ul bulldliiK matorlnl. Let ua fleuro with II. JauiiM. you. Ho) nolda Mom & Co. iMiWKirala of Ktmtucky dttclarlni; imrif n oaiidldnto for another (nn SwHntur N'ntloiml nllil Hlati'it Bcnaior Tboman II. iir Friday pivo out an nddru xtt. j h fti rnncrp. and secure all that correct quality of k..U Ci. cl- uictL aiic, in emui muiiL, cinu i.LL snappy w iudividuality, so much sought after $ by all good dressers within a price 0 of Tho East Prairie Eagle has the following to suy: "Workmen aro en-- " Mrs Alex Dames has been on the gaged In preparing tho Methodist sick list several days. Church for tho reception of a plpo Misses Ilettle and Alllo Doilds wore organ which will be installed probably next week." Hickman should In Tnlon City last week. have these Instruments lu her churchTho harem skirt Is being taken es. seriously lu Koine. Ono father has To have a fine healthy complexion committed suicide because his daugh Uio liver must be active, Uie bowels ters wore them. regular and tho blood pure. And this If you have soro eyes of any kind Is brought about by using HEItUINE. use Sutherland' s Kaglo Kyo Salve. It thoroughly scours tho liver, stomach It Is good for noUUng but eyes. It and bowels, puts tho body In flno conIs lialnless and harmless, and is dition and restores that clear, pink positively Uio best. If you don't aud will to complexion so much by ladles. Price COc. Sold by say so wo will refund your money. Try It and Uion toll your nolghfor. Hickman Drug Co. Sold everywhere. 2Dc a tube. Tho Ladles of tho Presbyterian Homra Uros. dry goods store at Church will havo a bazaar on WednesKulton was the scono of another rob- day, April 12, at the homo of Mrs. S. bery Wednesday night, when burg- L. Dodds, from 2 to C, consisting of lars broke In and secured goods to hand wade articles of embroidery, tho nmouut of several hundred dol- drawn work aud point lace. Home jw, lars. Ulood hounds followed tho trail made cream aud cako and home mada to a negro's door but uono of tho candles may bo had at reasonable prices. goods could bo found. do-sir- 'dr $15 to $50 I gj SS Kxt-cutlv- ori-osln-c Our local representative will show you our Woolens and take your measure. If you don't know him, write us for his name and address. Paul McKeel, his wife, child and mother, Mrs. 1. W. McKcol left last Thursday for Louisville, whoro probably Airs. McKeel will rotnaln on a visit for soiiio time, but from where ho and Ids family will go to Mouuu town, W. Va., tholr homo. They have had a pleasant visit among their friends and relatives lu West Kentucky, who regret for them to leave.' Mnyfleld Messenger. Moore Haw, prosecuting attorney o Mississippi county, Mo., has brought suit against Uio St. Iron Mountain & Southern K. H. Co. The first hoar--, lug of Uio suit will bo In this term of court this week. The basis of tho suit Is the poor accommodation furnished by tho railroad to passengers waiting for trains In tho depot at Uio crossing of the Cairo and Belmont brunches lu Charleston. jp- - syS$ HE PUT OFF STARTING A BANK ACCOUNT I BALTZER & DODDS Strayed or Stolen. j nrs 1 D. G. CO. $$im&;m$$&wjmmsjw Dr. Hell's used by S For Sixteen Years Ono houvy But red cow, about old, fresh dehorned, weighs 1000 Has been millions of peoplo with perfect Coughs, satisfaction. For Colds, Asthma in fact all throat and bronchial troubles. 8 any by nutomlblo other name, would siuoll as had! A Gasoline DON'T YOU Co!llkt IW. kt pounds, marked with awal- - low fork lu each oar ,fow white plac- c over her. Any Information will hu HERE'S llbenilly rewarded. S. the Shirt hit of the our tf U DODDS. t E ZiBBtimia Co. No. 2J Hexall "93" Hair Tonic makes an elegant hair dresslug. GOo and $1. Htckmnn Drug Co. Don't wait to start a bank account. Dont put it off, but start today; and WI1.111 In no.'il if n I'lillL'li ItltMlIollin to It Is reported that nt least 30 neIt la groes have been killed since tho tiiw Dr. Uell'a tho litvit. Look for tho boll on tun strike begun on tho Queon & Crescent 8 Ilottlo. railroad In Central Kentucky. Tell Your Neighbors Soft Shirt With Two Soft Military Collars to Match then you'll have something to look forward to something to depend upon for you.. something working Union City haa organized a Men's Club. That's a that payM a mighty good dend on the InvcHtmeut. Uusl-iuw- b divi- Madoro, tho lomlor of tho Mexican revolutionist)!, lacka n fixed cnpltnl. Ho In not peculiar lu this respect. There nro many fellows lu Hickman mifforliiK from the stime deficiency. Had breath, bitter lasto, dizziness nnd a general "no account" feeling Id 11 mire siiin of 11 torpid liver. HP.ItlllNM Ih tlio medicine needed. It makes tho liver nctlve, vitalizes tho blood, regulates the bowels nnd restores a flno feeling of energy and cheerfulness. Prlco 60c Sold by 0 Hickman. Drug Co. The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. IfJjiT rtfjr-tfcAd-ttajjjgfa "Kentucky Is In danger uf losing Its share of tho $11,000,000 authorized by congress nt tho rccont session to purchase nu Appalaclan forest Unless tho Kentucky legislature meets In special session and passes a law enabling the federal government to hold laud In Kentucky citizens of tho Ulucgrass. state will not gel their share of the vast sum of money congress has authorized poured Into tho states that have land reserve. within tho contemplated Kentucky, It has Just been discovered, Is the only ono of those slates that has not passed a law permitting tho federal government to hold land within tho stato. ble and dressy; suitable for eveninR;, business or outing You'll like this shirt; it's both comforta- French Made coat style of fine silky PoiiRee, with soft made of turnover curln and pocket. The dressy soft collars ate without the same fabric m the shirt and fit the neck snugly, genuine ocean caminc discomfort j besides they're finished with kind to bother ,.earl buttons and cordj no pins or hooks of any 'Voir can get this shirt in plain or fancy fabrics and In a variety of shades white, tan, blue, pink, grey. Is The price Including the two collart Tvo Dollar! ; a iplenJld value Bradley & Parham st New Era Majuifticturiiig Co. r"Z.;:Ji.?T- - siuii M,kt JJxw jjl ill .t?JEttta.VaMfc-- ' If A rsV V ii'JL iaggg. L SPRING OPENING SALE Next Saturday Morning April 8th at 7:30... I'J Loutw'Xjy 1 Tl b I MM . '.:: ??& fc oJi fcSK r.-8- if V - 1(8 7'' LZaSHBCl 2M liv raisissa vij- - I raffs. The Houw CjMlwrlTftl ol kuppetirmiDcr ll4gQ Will begin the Biggest Sale of the year. Prices will be cut so in this sale that you can't afford to miss it. Our entire stock of dry goods, clothing, shoes and hats will be brought down in prices so it will appeal to every careful buyer. We have great reasons for doing this, which is known only to ourselves. Sale begins SATURDAY, APRIL 8th., and continues every day until SATURDAY, APRIL 22nd. Two weeks of the greatest sacrifice of dependable merchandise ever heard of. If you want to save money you should come to this sale. We have the goods here for you. Mens and Boys Clothing We have one desire only, and that is to close out every garment in this store. You can save half or more on that suit, in other words you can buy two suits for the same money you would have to pay for one. Mens suits worth 7.50, sale price. " 10.00. " 15.00. 17.50. Mens Shoes and fords Ox1 f t EW r ;79 !W? F-,v- . .. .. 3.98 5.98 9.98 LVS '. " 20.00, " 25.00. 22.50, blk. " ..11.48 ..13.98 ..16.98 -1- 4.98 f. ovl I saw II t-- i t r$x --, m$ E 2.00 Mens shoes only .48 " 2.50 1.98 " and oxfords 3.00 2.39 3.50 and 4.00 shoes and oxfords, to close out, spccinl lot 2.48 3.50 Mens oxfords .2.98 4.00 3.48 " 5.00 3.98 5.00 and 6.00 s oxfords, special 3.48 . Stacy-Adam- Boys clothing reduced 98c to 4.98 a suit. Mens and boys pants reduced one-halBig lot of the best $1.00 Overalls in the world specially priced, as long as they last, at 90c r& 1 ii i it Mens Shirts 75c shirts, with or without collar 1.00 1.25 2.00 shirts, with collar only. 40c shirts, without collar ... ... 48c 88c 98c 1.48 m m E My It 23c Ladies Shoes and Oxfords 3.50 Ladies shoes and oxfords " " " 3.00 2.50 2.25 I j& r it-i- ' Chicago 25c all silk neckties, ale price " " " 40c " " 50c 20c 1.50 Suit Cases 2.00 ' 3.00 6.50 and 7.00 suit cases, all leather, as long as they last 35c imdcrwcar, shirts and drawers. " " 50c ". 19c 25c 39c 0c 98c 1.48 1.98 4.48 23c 45c 1 CopjrigM 1910 Vr Box hair pins Notions One paper pins The best Breast pins Combs and Barrcttes at cut prices. 35c Window Shades 50c " The i louw ol Kupnl.dmtf .......... ........ Ic 3c 4c 22c 35c 2.95 2.25 1.95 1.75 Dress Goods The greatost saving to buyers who are care- House Cleaning Time Let us save you money. You can buy these goods cheaper now than you ever bought them for before. 25.00 Axminstcr Art Squares, 7x12. . .18.98 " ; 25.00 Velvet-Wilto- n 18.98 " " 18.00 Brussels 13.98 " " " 16.00 11.98 1.50 large Lace Curtain's 98c " " 2.25 ,25 ' " 75c 45c 5.00 Large Rug, 3x6 . 3.25 27x60 2.75 .J.95 " " 2.00 Velvet 1.35 Mens Hats rOy ful. Those who appreciate bargains cannot afford to miss this sale. The very best calico, sale price yard wide heavy brown domestic best 8 -- 2c Check Gingham 1 1 1 5c 6c 7c 6 -- 2c 10c 1 " . 8c 9c 2c Dress Gingham and Percales Hope Bleached Domestic Dress Goods, all colors75c M " " " 50c all-wool 8 Jjc - .50 Mens Mats, sale price " 3 & 3.50 . 5.00 John B. Stetson Mats 1 2-25 88c 1.48 2.48 3.39 hats, . - 1.00 - 48c 29c 78c Big stock of ladies ready-to-we- ar Skirts and Suits 10.00 Voile Skirts 6.50 Skirts, all wool " 5.00 " 5.00 Linen Suits 6.95 the very latest styles, reduced ..98c to... to 2.95 Nothing will be charged, cash the only consideration. Will absolutely refure to charge ..3.95 anything to anyone. Don't forget the date APRIL 8th, the first day, and continue for Every piece of silk in the house must be sold. Great saving in this line. Come 2.95 two weeks. COME TO THE BIG SALE. in and ask prices, 3.25 This sale will be conducted strictly as advertised as long as the goods last. Any dissatisfaction on our customers part will be adjusted to their satisfaction. We refund cash on purchases, if you desire. Cut goods excepted. NAIFEH BROS, 3E3CIOI5LaVIA.TXr, XSLttJSTTTJCmz.Xr COMPANY ..- - ! BOYSFINDHANDAND FOOT IN CAHAUJIS FARMS B ON BOX ...... F " " wholo town Is several months be hind with hauling now and spring hast hardly opened yet. Now all this foolishness is going to make the town grow until It will tako a half a day to walk across 16 and that will necessitate street cars and more automobiles and they will be ruuulug Into somo one now and then, and heaven only knows whera this trouble is going to stop. Now, all this hurts llko thunder) uud makes life hardly worth living. Why, property Is advancing in prlcn hero now at tbo rutu ot 10 per cene per month and It you own a little lot bomo where in lilekmnu, every uiau you meet Is trying to buy It and ottering two or threo times what 10 cost you, because they can oeo still a big profit' In It and It will not ba long until Illckmau property will be so high that none but the rich cam afford to own It. I for one do not propose to own property lu auy town, where It Is going all tho time so fast that you never know one day Jusfi how much It will be worth the next. Oh! no. None ot your Hickman property for me. I'll wait until it reaches tho top and mHUoh before I want to own any more here. i Yours truly, l'ETElt PESSIMIST. , , SPAHSH CAB NET -- V Have You Thought COtD SIGNET RINQ ON HAND MAY SOLVE MYSTERY OP MAN'S DISAPPEARANCE. KINO ALFONSO HOLDS LKNQTHY CONFERENCE WITH HIS PREMIER. ff of a New v:1 BOX FOUND SIDEWALK MANY CHANGES MAY OCCUR Spring Suit Yet ? ffe- Boys Notify .Foot Police of arewsoms Find Liberal, Induced to Retsln Power, Badly Mutilated Alone Believed to De Able to Working on Clew Folic Prevent Trouble In tho Discovered. Ferrer Controversy. . iual Madrid. April 4. Sunor Cnnalojas will return to office us premier, and HI It Is expected ha will aunoumo the street, names of the members ot the cabinet uu lluudred uud Twtiuty-nftLu pbiictt think, will lift the veil of very soou. etery tbal baa shrouded tbo atruuKu &. CO. This murh waa decided upon after of Adolpb Feeloy from two lung conferences uelwwn the d prime minister and tho king afier the lit boine, 123 Woal Twuuty-vlgul, tarly lu January. latter has returned to tbu ill) The A K)d aUnut rluK ott ouu of tbu king and the minister were duseted a bore tbo Initiate "A. Tbu for svveral houra. Tho king told him ti ,m man a mother aaya bo woro a the only solution of the polHUul probrASHIONAULD CLOTHES Hue of that description. lem law In the cuutluuattou of the baud aud foot were found by Liberal government. iu Clark. 16 )uara old. llu wo Alfonso Plans Reforms. t ought to convince you correctness r.ltlUNAIU ijig bib I ml a polo which supports It la understood that, as a uuult ot honest workmanship the chief the untrancu tu a vacant the recent crisis, there will lx many u at the Kast One Hundred uud changes The king feels they are necshowing is attractive and teristics. i' values certainly out of ordinary. u. yrUlh alrwt addross whn hla essary at this time to liuurt the i jury' V4 m in coutuvl with a cljcar Uii ing out of reforms he has at heart ibuta. Jerome Kelly, np-- . "i b the new cabinet members .3 hd Clark plckvd up tbu tox will be Count Komanonps, It Is exIf you care to go as high as l. J l. ssed It to him. The box struck ported. He has been president of the you can be one of best w,man who was paialnK. chamber of deputies, but has resigned men in town. at the request of Canaleja. who asked Wrapped In Handkerchief. The Impact split opou the ltd and Senor Moret to accept the placv made Hats, Haberdashery, Hosiery, too. Style holds sway in all our stock for the Spring vacant In the chamber It Is said i.. f the box aa It fell to tin. walk Morol will take the place. driped the band and foot. The Among the rartolnlUs of the situanearly fainted. Kelly and Clark and fool la tbu box tion Is the retirement for good of tho rd the i.ai recent minister of war. General Ainar an! notified the police. Tt foot and band, apparently those Ho Is so thoroughly out of touch with they now stand that be will of a n.au, were wrappvd In a njiui'a affairs aa xasdkercbWif, la on corner of which not only remain out of the cabinet, INCOltl'OltATEI- VTbo foot, but will bo placed on the retired list aapard the Initial b wae the rlcht, had apparently ot the army. There wss a report current that ImLeen eawed off below tho ankle and ts ii'h a ruaunor an tu Irate but a mediately upon the reassembling of In utile portion of the heel. The but aud parliament Suitor Atrnrate. Under of that other railroad Is finish- for us is that Mississippi Valley Tran the lUpobllcans. wll. In the chamber To ed into Hickman from the West and portatlon Co. They are going to "h toos were badly bruised. put of deputies, demand the dfsrutslun of box were .a the bottom of tho th- - bridge l completed u cross ho on a regular fleet of great big steam be continued. a niabrr of small bite of blue note the Ferrer affair MIhkIhhIppI river, thnt will add to the boats twice as large as any Canalejas Is supported both by pubthat have the writing on which waa al- If the present Indications can bo trouble ten fold, for tho trains will over run lic oplnlun In Madrid and the provtho river and constructed t obliterated. Tbo only words that ince and all sections of the Liberals, relied upon, Hickman Is doomed. mn rinht through hero then nnd somo so as to run nt auy stage of tho wawere thorn of .I4 be rxoitulii-With Hint now C. M. & (1. railroad body Is going to get hurt. That rail- ter with full cargo and wo will bo tatters ' I' M." as well as by many Conservatives. It aud "lot 'and the generally that he alone Is about ready to start their trains Into road from tho west is going to turn annoyed The writing appeared to bo feminine. Is bellevml with them every day, winter the Ferrer case town and Its surveyors nt work lay looho n flood of cotton, corn, wheat After working over the torn bits ot capable of preventing developing Into a Spanish Drey- lug out their line 011 northeast from and other farm products Into Hick- and summer, nnd Hickman's freight many hours, the detectives from rams will be so low that every town i.i-and the now bolt Hue rail- man which will make our crops twice their goods shipped to Hickman nuu thrm together and worked out fus affair. Ileactluiiary militarists are vlowing Hlckmnn tbk ssutencu. "1'leasu excuse this reorganisation as a great road also building around the whole ius hard to sell unless wo ship them haul them In wagons through the writing, aa It Is so bard to be writing the cabinet They say town as fast as men and teams cnu and tho peoplo from over thoro in country, which will hlc'tndo our triumph for thomsolvea. la ed" thoy could have forced the retirement novo the dirt. It Is certain that the Missouri and Arkansas will bo com roads so that our own peoplo will Wrillin In German Hand. ot the premier, but purposely kopt town Is Kolng to bo cut nil to piece ing hero trndlng, which will make our have lots of trouble getting to town. The detectives say that pontons of avoid a too obvious with both their trneks, and their merchants Independent and Then, somo upstart will begin to agimoro a torn post card written In a Gorman htm In office to old repressive rewere found In the cigar box. restoration of the tho reactionaries trnlns running In nnd out will keep chnrgo a higher price for tliolr goods tato gravel roads and there comes kind Is reported very body awnko all night long and and It all looks like adding a greatThe abbreviation "Mrs." waa de- gime It Gravel roads will startling coup, aiming they will haul off everything that U er burden to the already high cost more exponso. ciphered from fragments of a post bad planned a mako It so easy to get to town that at the forcible seizure of the govern- rained hero and perhnps hnul lu moro of living. rd Tho bits of letter, which wero no matter what wo may have to do had Alfonso not compiled with written on both sides, were traced ment, request tor a cabinet more la stuff than wo can afford to buy. Another thing that bodes no good at homo If we have a fow thousand their r ltb a pencil. Denoath tho nolo policy. pouui.' of cotton, corn or anything were found torn bits of what was lino with their SEW.. olse to sell we will run off to tovn . rlglnnlly a pamphlet printed In Kng-with it and lose sovoal hours fro.u KILLS HUSBAND h script. The cigar box was of the WOMAN tu R clgsr box k wan s band mid foot tu front of 17s Kail Lil ii.ii slduwslk h w hew York, April The nndtug of h We've thought of your idea of a suit of sensible cut at a sensible price, and believe we have the very suit that will appeal to you. The style is right, the material is snappy and seasonable, and the mere fact that our clothes bear this well-knotrade mark. W.S.PECK, u el rct '.!'; ,4 r" wiprPR v. i'b ur The that are and charac the the We pay you for collecting your owa account by allowing ten per cent for cash purchase of coupon books for lea Hickman Ice & Coal Co. When the convicts In tho Frankfort penitentiary wero counted Friday afternoon, after work bad stopped for the day In the shops, ono man waa missing. That man was Frank Say-ma- n, former prizefighter and porch, climber, 0110 of the most dangerous prisoners In the penitentiary. The wus sounded at once and search, for Sayman begun. It Is not known yet whether he has escaped from tho, penitentiary or Is hiding out somewhere In tho many shops, hut It la believed that ho made his way outBlde, the stockade by going through an old building. It is possible that be la armed. A revolver was taken from. 0110 of the guards lu the prison nearly a year ago and has never been recovered. This weapon was laid down by one of tho guards and forgotten and It Is known that some convict secured It. It Is possible that Say-ma- n has the weapon, as ho Is known ) as desperate. Little Hock, Ark., Is making great preparations for tho Confederate Reunion which meeUi In that city May Tho legislature appropriated; $10,000 to aid the city In taking care; of the soldiers aud those who will 1C-1- $i5, $i6.5o, $18,50, $20 $22.50 or $25 the dressed wo-ia- n lnd BALTZER & DODDS D. Q. CO. The Bad, 11 "If clr Hickman l t,pr . ,. , f d iV" It Iptr d attend. Lonnlo Drown left Saturday fop Great Falls, Mont., after spending several weeks with II. L. Wllllama and family. For an undertaker call Harry; Darrett with St. Louis Furnishing Co. pa-p'- I variety that contains TIN PLATE KING'S W. 3. Commits Deed to Save 8on Telephones for Sheriff and Then SON WED Goes to Jail. 60 cigars IIS Qulncy, III., April 4. Mrs. W. M. Leeds, Heir to Large Part of Numann telephoned Sheriff Upp that Takes Divorcee she bad shot and killed bcr husband at for Wife In Secret. their home a fow miles south of this Now York, April 4. William Stuart city, and that she was ready to surrender herself. The sheriff now has tarda, bolr to a largo part of tho left by bis father, William II. the woman at the county Jail. She claims to have shot her hustacds, "Tin Plato King," eloped March May Joyce, a lloston di- band to prevent him from attacking H with Mrs. vorcee. Tho couplo woro married at their son with n knife. Nashua, the Now Hampshlro Gretna Uroon, by C ly Clerk Arthur U Cyr. BOMBS USED BY STRIKERS tacds mother la Mra. Annlu S. Workers In Iowa tacds, who received $1,000,000 when Homes of Town Damaged, But No One ho was divorced In 18S, directly Was injured. after which Leeds marrlod Mrs. Non-biMay Stuart Worthlngton. April 4. Threo In.. Muscatine. bombs were thrown at homes of but Albanian Assassin Is Executed. who had token the places Constantinople, April 4. Tlio Al- ton workers 3,000 button factory employes soldier wbi. assassinated Col. of thehave been on strike for live banian who ou Schlichtlug. a dermau Instructor weeks. id the Turkish armr. for reprimanding No ono was hurt, hut the housos him, was executed here. Tho Albanian dumaged. A rowird was offered was killed by a firing party of bis own wore for the bomb throwers. baUlllou, $40,000,000, Non-Unioo "It Cured My Back" years I have " or twenty-nin- e been at intervals a great sullerer During that from rheumatism. time, no telling how many gallons of the various kinds of liniments and oils 1 have used and with but little relief. Recently, 1 was confined to my bed helpless. I tried Sloan s Liniment nnd used it with such satisfactory results that I sent for two large bottles, and I have up to this time used about half a 50 cent bottle with splendid success." Jamks Hyde, Iktbe, White County, Ark. V5JPsfcKssssWk,V lil All old customers lie same current Plans for a sorles of will bo run on Kentucky by hero-- throughout aa has existed JeiinliiBs ce of "I'foro for this season's fun service. Hickman Ice & Cool Co. Ilryan , under tho Statu Hxuouljvu Loin- mltteo of the Youiib ftloim unrts-tlnprnotloully Imvo Association, boon lectures William tho auspi "I am Mr. Jamks E. Alkxasder, of North Harpswell, Me., writes: a horscshocr and subject to many strains in my back and hips which has brought on rheumatism in the .sciatic nerve. I had it so.bad one night when sitting in my chair, that I had to jump on my feet to get relief. I at once applied your Got Ease in Less Than Ten Minutes. n Fulton, tho smallest county lu tho tnte, mndo n pretty good showing on lotion nlonu lust your. Tho crop as worth to tho growers $176,000, and wan confined largely to tho extreme west oiul of tho county. On account of tho good price realized for everal yours, thero will ho nn acreage put In HiIh spring Cotton han yielded from forty to sixty dollnrs per ncro In this county for the past two or tliroo years. i I. Hedgccrnft, n young whlto man at Mnyfleld, wna sentenced to 1! years hi tho penltontltary for housebreaking last week. Ituy n completl!. Tho new nillrond Is now laying steel only eight miles from town. Another weok or two and they will liu within sluht of Hlckmnn. Hy Mu" 1st tho miiiuiBomont expect to have their trains running between hero mid Tlptonvlllo, Tonn. Miss Mabello I.yon, of Eddyvlllo, Is the guest of Miss Mario llrovard. Miss Lyon is a daughter of the late '10 or l" "N"0"1 (Ion. II. 11. to the affected part and in less than ten minutes it was perfectly easy. I think it is the best ol all Liniments.- SLOANS LINIMENT I'rlco !iJJe., G()o.,iiim1 $1.00 Send f.ir Sloan' Vrve Itmik 1111 nnd most distinguished tho Confederacy. Iyu. Sloan's Liniment docs not need any It's a powerful penetrant. rubbing. Try it for Rheumatism, Sciatica, Sprains, Chest Pains, and Sore Throat. It gives almost instant relief. nt All Denlers. lliirsi-s. officers 01 Aililrris m Quality Is apparent In every de coupon books and savo tun Illck-iapartniont of our store St l r cont on your Ico uccount. I Furulshlue Co. Incorporated. Ice & Coal Co. DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. Incorporated. our work at home and the pulling If goods dont suit and prices dont will bo so light that a mulo will run away up hill no matter how heavy suit, dont buy. Hickman Furidturo Co. tho load. Hut all ot this Is nothing, compared with what low freight rates ami lots of trains and steam baits Is going to do to our people, when every old factory lu the country begins to come to Hickman, with their old black grease and nolso and ruiublu and their old whistles blowing off threo or four times a day, worrying the people half to death, and working u lot of men 8 to 10 hours a day llko slavcn, and whon Saturday night comes and they pay off tho men "tbo poor clerks in the stores will have to work until 10 or 11 o'olock selling them goods. All this monkey business will ruin any town on earth and "Women suffering from any form of Iness nro invited to promptly com still a lot of llfukmaii eoplo are municate with Mrs.Finkliaui nt Lynn, right lu for It. Mass. AH letters aro received, opened, The town has not been acting nat- read nnd answered by women. A wo man can ireeiyiaiK ural for somo time now no matter of her prlvato 111. what you tako to town everybody Is ness to a woman; after you to buy it until I have althus lias been established this most decided to stay away from there botwoen and take liiy produce to some other Airs, rinkliam ami town wliero they will give me time CtvV A-'J) tho women of .t n.A.ln. ..l.t..)l lino to try tho market before wmiobody lNfiBivdlb- never been broken. buys my stuff uud Is gone with it aYBTAtFTNIlMXMNever lias she pub I have boon hoping that this hustle lished n testimonial or used a letter nnd hustle would end nod tho town uitlinut tho written consent of the col back like It used to be and gloj writer, and never has tho Company tho people time to get acquainted allowed these confidential letters to out of their possession, as the with each other, and give the workminimis of thousands of them in ing peoplo time to go hunting and their lllus will attest. fishing occasionally, especially when Out of tho vast volumo of experience wo have so many splendid places to which Mrs. Plnkham has to draw from, it is moro than possiblo that she hunt and fish. has pained tho very knowledge needed I nm so tired seeing those great in your case. Slio nsks nothing in rewagons loaded down with turn except your tfood will, and her long old lumber pulling over town nnd the' ndvieo has helped thousands. Surely rich or poor, should be streets blockaded every few hundred nny woman, advantage of this gener glad to tako feet with brick and lumber nnd saws ous oner 01 assistance, .auuress jura. nnd hammers ruuulug from morning l'inkham. care of Lvdla E. Plnkham until night until you can hardly hear Medicine Co., Lynn, .Mass. your ears. It looks now as If the Every woman ought to have poor brick masons, carpenters, pins- - Lytlln E. Pliikham's terers, plumbers and painters wero Text Book. It is not n book for going to be worked to death this general distribution, as It is too year and that the lumber dealers and. expensive. It is free nnd only brick makers would never be able to4 obtainable, by mall. "Write fot catch up with their ordorB, uud tho it today. FREE ADVICE TO WOMEN l" i ji if con-lUlen- d SO-paff- O ' FriiLULiAULAitUiLUlUtiIUttt-LUtuLlAtuLi:- 1 SIMPLE POULTRY YARD One May Cure Himself of Habit Ing and Use of Useful Device. Hen-Chag GATE t Sheriff's Sale for Taxes. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo are authorized to announce Folding Harrows, man Hardware Co. all sizes hj by sf)jl sfeK Just Plain Flour isu"t the kind you want dtsiro Uo best. Ask for if you White Swan ami Insist on gotting It. If you have been using ordinary flour, jou'll renllzo what you have been missing its soon as you try tho White Swan. Order n sack today so you can at onco commence to have better baking at your house. C. B. Travis CT'WWWlMiFl'nl'niJTi'niTri'nini'niTtJ Barrels of perspiration and sulphur may bo saved by the poultry gate shown herewith. Whoever has unintentionally acquired tho habit may cure himself with this little device, ln tho fence, preferably at a point near where the fowls are fed, a light llttlo door about 10x12 Inches is hung on the Inside of tho yard so as always to swing shut without springs, say the Orange Judd Farmer. It is stopped from swinging outward by the peg shown at the right Mrs. Hen. roturnlng repentant from the garden, will poke her head Into overy mesh of the fence In her efforts to rejoin her happy compan-IonThe gate will thus allow her to enter without excitement or comment from the lord of the harem or from the Irate owner But another advantage may be gained by using tho gate tn conneo- s. If Its anything In tho luu. candldato for State building lino, go to Reynolds On Monday. April 10, 1911. It bo- of Mayfleld, as a V composed of Co., incorporated. ing tho first day of tho April tormof Sonato from tho district thoAprll term of tho Fulton County Court, at the Court Houso door, In Ulckmnn, Ky., 1 will soil to tho highest bidder for cash for taxos duo tho Stato and County of Fulton and cost of sale for year 1910, tho following described ronl estato aaspssed In tho names of tho following: Ono Dollar added In each case for advertising: 8. A. NOKMAN, , or j. tig&t$i& Handy Gate for Poultry Yard. Jy jlv Mtthtti iLrr 'LXKSJfSEaS-- "" Tlio Host IVCnttrcHM 2VCiclo u"-l- a- w FURNITURE We have just filled our large store with a full line of new styles of Furniture, at a price that will enable us to give you new goods at almost your own price. We mean just what we say we must sell and we do sell good goods, and guarantee them to be just as we tell you. Try us, if we do not make good, don't buy. tlon with the laying pens. If two gates are used, one opening Inward In front of the neit, the other opening outward at the back or tho side, so that tho bens may go into another yard after laying, the poultryman may know which hens have and have not laid. Thus ho may avoid the trouble usually connected with ordinary trap nests. By practicing this method and breeding from the best layers only the average egg yield of jtesallv Vtn Via laivil oaau; ww ismbvui IUD flnxlr tna UVVA &uu BROODER THAT IS MEATLESS Excellent Shelter May Be Secured from Ordinary Cheese Box Arranged With Cotton Batting. the counties of Graves, Fulton and A Kentucky prophet Hickman, subject to the action of the sai ,i Domocratlc Primary Election, on May of destruction will pass c 27, 1911. earth In 1913. He's slow prophet had already predi. aunounce Wo aro authorlieu to end of the world In 1912 W. A. KllOST, Don't forget to renew yo.r (. of Wlngo, a candidate for the Statu Sonato from tho district composed serlptlou to the Courier. The of tho counties of Fulton, Hickman stopa when the time is out ,j tI and Oravea, subject to tho action of ceptlons. Fulton Precinct (White) tho Democratic 1'rlmary Election on Kennedy for Insurance. Mrs. Anna Bettors orth, 30 acres May 27. 1911. value JS20, tax and cost J11CG land, Mrs. H. II. Blvons, 2Vj aores land, value J19&0, tax aud cost 123 94. Mrs. J. M. Brown, 1 lot, value fl, 000 tax and cost, J 12.30. 1). W. Hughes, 4 lots, value J156j, tax and cost, 1G5.C9. Mrs. Bello Johnson, 3 lots, valuo J3S0O. tax and coat. 143.93. W. II. Jones, 1 lot, valuo 1700, tax aud cost, IS.SC. F. M. McUiln, 1 lot, value 11760. tax and cost. $20.77. : J. U. McNeely, 1 lot, value $S00, tax and cost, $10.04. K C. Nix. 1 lot, valuo $1100, tax and cost, $17.95. Mrs. Ida Konnur, 1 lot, value I1C00. tax and cost, $1.79. J II. Evans, 1 lot, valuo $476, tax in character and very moderate in expense. and cost, $7.97. We are way on top when it comet to doing J. B. Peoples, 1 lot, valuo $900, tax and cost, $20.34. good work, very modest when it comes to Mrs. Dora Sadler, land, value making out the bill. tax and cost, $40.19. Mrs. I K. Sharp, 1 lot, value $3(0 If you haven't had an experience of that tax and cost, $3.83. B. I. Thomas. land, valuo $1000. kind have us do your next plumbing work. tax and cost $13.76. We will be your regular plumbers after that. Dick Thompson, 60 aorva, value I tax and cost $18.28. Treggs, 1 lot. value $C00, tax J. A. and cost $9 40. Ulyses Wright, 1 lot value $460, tax and cost $7.70, Both Phones Mo. 7Z p, . ttft Our : : Plumbing is High $4.-00- $1,-39- 6, Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. Fulton Precinct (Colored) JMMMMMMMMMMM'.'L'MM'MM1! HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCORPORATFD Next Door to Post Office. Frost Will Speak. W. A. Frost, candidate for Stato Senator will speak at tho following places on tho following dates: Hickman, Saturday, May 13; Cayce, Saturday, May Cth; Water Valley, Saturday, April 1; Clinton, May 2, and MayXIeld, May 15. A number of appointments are yet to bo made. I I VEGETABLES Pnc PRODUCE C. II. MOORE FRUITS emJ of doom Urrora blsnt. of tho Presbyterian Churoh will have a bazaar and servo "O Lord," I nipd, tn a whliptr, wia fear hoars. ice cream and cake at tho homo of "Thy irraco Mrs. S. L. Dodds, Wednesday after- Reveal! Thy favor btatowt Oh, b near, source noon, April 12th. Of strength and my weakness efface!" Toe ladles As RepentI hsard tho rote of ths Lord In ths say, nlcht, "It pent'" Contrlt. I fait on tnr heart such a frl(ht wIgh, T JUDGE WISE Business Philosopher Then sudden peace on my spirit descend ed: I felt Upraised, upborne, by the Infinite fend d. And, weeplnc with Joy, I knelt. And there, I panted my heart's woe; I prayed With fervor, iea, uh as life's deepest smarts owe. And knew. In the praying, Ood's aid. Thus morning found ma; and I frem my knees, rose Content; My heart was filled with the joy one at ease knows; 1 said: "I rervnt- -I repent!" It IJenedetto. ,jt ar $WW vteWA. jz w& mtojiw. wrf&ws vte. - If you are intending to tako advantage of our rose bush offer, it is time you were getting busy. The same bushes would cost you J1.7C at any first class nursery. Look for the of-fin this Ibsuo. "Many a man would bo up against It if he had to furnish proofs of his accomplishments," Bays tho Judge, A. E. Kennedy, tho insurance man, "but tho Hickman Drug Co. can prove up every deal when It comes to 1're has moved his office upstairs over Orevard's store. You are Invited to scrlptlons and Drugs." call and see him. Phono 61. W. Q. Itoynolds Informs us that work on tho Heelfoot l.ako road beAn Alabama negro was defended in gins on Monday, March 27, 1911, at court by Senator Morgan. Having 8 o'clock u. in. Every farmer Is excleared tho negro of tho charge, Uie senator said to him: "llastus, did pected to sand a team to help with von really s'teal tho inulo?" "Well. this work, and everyone who can Is a8",8t ln u' rk or con- Marse Morgan, It was Just like this," "x',ct0U,1t1o of his means. No trll,,.a" aald Raatus. "I really thought 1 did Is of more Importance to the Hteal dat mule, but after what you roud county than the road to tho lako, said to tho Jury I was convinced I and it is confidently expected that didn't." tho citizens aloug tho lino of proposAftnr nil li "Wliltn linn's Ilnnn" ed routo will do their part. Tho lino seemB to be tho San Francisco Police proposed Is by tho way of Fremont, Judge. Jnck Johnson has been knock ' 1'rolemus and terminates at Sain burg, ed out by being sent to Jail for speed- - A five por cent levol is tho hauls of ing in his automobiles after repeated the grade with a roadway of 30 feet betweon ditches. These are tho gen fines failed to tone him down. eral specifications. Union City ComMrs. S. M. Hubbard, of Hickman. mercial. lias been visiting friends here the , Moving Pictures Saturday night. past week. Arlington Courier. ! J i I Take an ordinary cheese box and remove the cover and bottom. With' ln one or two Inches from the bottom of the side wall cut a hole for exit large enough for the attendant to thrust ln his hand, says a writer In the Farm and Home. Take a wooden hoop and place around ln the cheese box to get the proper size so It will Hickman Precinct (White) elide in not too easily, and nail the Tom Benton lot OH, valuo $1420, hoop togethor. Take two pieces of cheesecloth the tax and ccel $25.76. sito and shape of the hoop, put a thlq J. 11. I'eck, 227 aores, value $1100, tax and cost, $18.63. J. O. Uyan and wife, 1V4 lot W. II., value $1100, tax and cost. $21.03. Mrs. Sally Williams, 22 acres, valuo $260, tax and cost $4.26. W. L. Salmon, SO acres, value $400, tax and cost $6.19. Broodtr. Details of Home-Mad- e Hickman Precinct (Colored) layer of cotton batting between them them together, and you and stitch Will Bennett, lot EH, value $300, have a hover blanket Tack this to tax and cost, $7.98. 'the hoop and push It down In the Itichard Booker, lot EH; value $75. cheese box until the blankot touchel tax and cost $3.70. their backs. Make another blankot Annie Carter, lot EH. value $260, In loose on top of the other, to throw cold nights and cold or stormy tax and cost, $4.63. Jennie Clark, 2 lota OA. value weather. Cut a long strip of pasteboard for a $160, tax aud cost $3.10. Susan CJuy, lot WII, valuo $100, tax door that can be shoved down Inside the brooder between the hoop and the and cost $2.40. inside wall, passing over the exit and Buck Mlluer lira., lot EH, valuo cIobo It for the first two weeks at $500, tax and coat $8.03. 'night and other times when the chicks Heed Hrs.. 2 lots EH, value $200, seem cold. tax aud coat $4.34. John lUngo, lot" EH, value $160,tax and cost $6.80. Wanton Tally, lot EH, vulue $250, tax and cost $8.28. Nathan Tolly, 6 lots HI!, valuo $650 tax aud cost $12.94. C. C. Thpmpson, lot EH, value $600 tax and cost $10.42. Mima Upshaw, 60 acres, value $760, tax and cost $15.09. We have several fine tracts of Tony DonalBon 1 lot, valuo $600,tax Bottom Land, below Hickman, and cost, $10.01. for sale, also some West Hick, Tally Hrs.. Nfc WII lot, valuo $200, tax $4.20. man lots for half their real Casslo Thomas, lot WII, value $200, value Now is the time to intax and cost $4.20. vest in real estate in and around Sassafras Ridge. Hickman. You can see prices T. I,. Carr, 20 acres, value $160,tax" growing. and cost $6.60. Call on or address me at Lodgton. Hickman. Mrs. M. J. Graham, 67 acres, valuo $600, tax and cost $7.60. Business Phone No. 15 J. M. Houso, 40 acres, valuo$800, tax and cost $13.96. Kmmett Alexander, 1 lot, value $160 tax and cost, $5. SI. Tom Lyons, I lot, value, $200, lax and cost $C9C. W. M. Martin, 1 lot, valuo $200, tax and cost, $6.60. Jordan Williams, 1 lot, value $300, tax and cost, $7.36. ttik9ktoA f TAKE NOTICE... , ; t USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS : ; : : : ; ; ; ; : : . : ; ; : ; Owing to the fact that tome of our customers nte dila tory in paying their Water and Lltjhts Accounts, which are due and payable at our office ON OR BEFORE THE 10th of eich month, e with to announce that in the future the rule governing this branch of our business ill 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. Patties living in the outskirts of the city will please arrange to either send check or money, or make artangements with one of the banks to pay their accounts. ' ; : ; ; Don't think that you will bo tha favored one as we will enforce tho rule regardless of excep lions. ' ; : Hickman Ice Incorporated Coal Co. : : J. T. DILLON, Manager IMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMlil B. G. Hale Real Estate I g I T Word to Everybody Who Values His Eyes A eye demands better lightand better light wa3 ever before possible, is now available everybody. You get it by using Westing-hous- e Wire Type Tungsten lamps. Also you get two and a half times as much light as is given by Final Settlement, All parties holding claims against tho estate of Ceo. W. ltobertu, deceas ed, are hereby notified to present same, In proper form, to tho under signed administrator on or before May; 1, 1911, or be forever barred. JNO, I'YLE, Admr. Cayce Precinct (White) Mrs. Julia Hansberry, 1 lot, valuo $1300, tax and cost $18.97. Mrs. Salllo B, Morrow, 13 acres, valuo $300, tax and cost $4.89. Dont tfall to read our special offer elsewhere In this Issue. Six rose bushes, all a year old and fine varieties, given free. Now to the time to get and set out tho flowers you have boon wanting. THE ordinary incandescent lamps consuming the same amount of current. We want you to try these lamps and decide if you can afford not to use them. I'ostmastor General Hitchcock has been asked to look for a woman's riages, entertainments, visitors from false teeth, supposed to have boon abroad, etc., and will be obliged If lost In tho malls. For tho present people will notify us by calling at It will bo dangerous to sit on tho the office or telephoning a Une. mail pouches. The Courlor wants all tho local now In Fulton county, deaths, births, mar- Hickman Ice & Coal Co. ar. t. Dn,i,oir, (Incorporated) srv., ivissx. I'lUPPS1" " I The Everything You Want REVERIES lloraco Mann once wroto a beautiful truth Intbo form of an advertisement. "Lost, yesterday, souiowboro batwaen sunrise uud sunsot, two golden hours; each Bot with sixty diamond minutes. No roward Ia offered, for they are gono forever." what was heavy about tho samo work to some one elso ir he has beon permitted to shirk, until shirking has become u habit, unless a miracle has been wrought his life will be a failure and tho blamo will not h an much his as Uiat of his weak and foolish parents. Grocery Snow Flake Flour. Best Meata in the city, fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. I Don't I Stand ICTJ I ' 1 N Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74 )ou wont alx beautiful. rMH frto or charf.rt In ao Attention! Veteanis ur (runt yard? If ynu do. i our adtartlaoinwnt In another Forrest Cavalry! iJ ttila lmiu Olio of tho ihH famous black riHH. M i ..... thing III rmo ereatloH. All Headquarters for the Forrest Cavi mil In- - tfleil ubsolulrly frwa lo im- who will pay II Stt for iih alry Carps at our next Ceneral Reubcriiitoii lo our foiwr union, win be one room of the Old u- full your's a .1 ubcrlitioM lo !. rnrmr nnd Stockman. 81. Capital Building In Lille Rook, Ark. All member of the Corns are re ar unv i. 4i. Mo Tliu ro .k from four lo alx inchm In quested to call and register and serili and arn warrant.) to be In cure badges. requested to growing i ifttyou Tim condition when lhay make It theirThey are headquarters, social .U florUt iteuda thaui to iu io ndveriim hi ii bulb. plant for meeting and fighting the battle ui afcruba. For lliU maton b over with the comrades they meet. ii ..kr it a iKilut to that they And you are especially requested Ha want to be present 4i. perfact In ovury wny at 10 o'olook A. M. on ii.. iu it ptauo jou no wrll that .Hi will wnnt to order oUH-- r flow- - Wednesday May. 17th. 1911 and unite i from him. Full liwHrurttoM oh In the election of a new Commander i.uw to plant ami our for Um ar and the transaction of any business "Hi with ouch parkagw of rm of the Corps. iutiffa Head our ndvarUmH om iiutkvr nikl send Iu ordar M. A. Tyler Lt. Gen'l. Commanding. TiiAV now before you foraal It. The Forrest Cavalry Corps. WtMay ino to withdraw tbla offar iij Urn, booaiua thousands of far u.. r arw nrdtirliii; day from (hi florUt and tbo mipjtfy may I'. 8. Mr. Kdltor: WIN you plaowt DXhauHtixl any Mm. this a pkioo Im Um (niIhhihs of your wir for lie It Hon lnt.iront.-many a Man's uiioalty to find out why a wom.Mt Information of the old Vatamim yimr Pn4a aix wvoka worklHic a tot of n tliu bottom of homklrM allot laai Hotx.ly In tho world but hwraalf Vor Uh otOHBoh and Iniwel ill tfor Kiit a kMiii.. of II. add of bablaM McOKIC8 'IIAIIY Ba run about tlio nelghbortMKtd In IIMXIKH to a retn.Hly or nanulne in old mother liubbard wrapper with merit It nrta qulrkly, la pure, h)iI.'mhih pleawint take "it any bull and overy oilier button I'rl. - i'M- - ami and nr bottle to Sold by Wc t uraled off Weekly Ityulrt III. kumn MruK Co l.uzallo 6 ik ui ier .rit i )ar i i o - r' )r ery go Tlmru In no foolishness In tho work! o great an to bo a hypocrite, lie On tho shores or tho Adriatic spa Is bated of the world for seeming to the risliormen's wives come down at be n clirlHtlitu; bu In batiil by God sunset and sing to guldo their loved for not being one. Ilo hates hlmsalf ones home. On the mountain nf Tv. mid Iih Ih even dwiplsed by Satan for rol hundreds or women nnd children serving him und not acknowledging Ko out nightly nnd sing tholr native It. They are really the bust follow ours until fathers. husbnndB. broth- ere and greatest dupes ho bun; tlioy ers nnd sons anawor on their ro- nere him better than any other, but turn homo. What a boautirul homo. receive no reward. coming. Is u not worthv .r imim. Uon by our most polished citizens? A t)pe or that welcome we bono every The afternoons and evenings are. given to Hoclety work. Of courac reader or this department will receive when they roach tho golden gates or ihki does not apply lo nil homos, but Kdan. HI there Ih a general tendency to neg lect Hi., claims of the family for h pleowira. Wa have met Home Home Is, or should bo. tho nucleus women, who whan naked If thoy koop around which all tho beautimi and house. bliiHhliiBly reply. "Wo do Iteht precious elements or hnniilni-HInn. housekeeping because wo dislike to cluster tho Hhrliiw whore sacred iHMrdlng." things or heart and soul nre treasur ed as giris greclous nnd Inestimable No man or woman can know perfect Our eompany imlllaneM Is Kiinoml-lhapploeaa In an earthly sem who Iuih superflrlnl liooause we nro little or not the charm of a sweet and peaco-nolliliiK for those we try to be polite iiii home. Truo there are InstanccH U ts njMiiiued. lo Hut If we nro when In tho midst of homo uiihaimi- In thoso nt homo nnd are iHs and misery tho boul looks up lo auxloiiH to make their live pleasant, Ihe home eternal In tho heavens n.l we will endeavor to cUu oxnniHslon to that Interest, and In doing that is comrortod nnd strengthened, but we will be iloliiK a renlly polite thing een In this thoy have no vex realized the benutirulnosH or this earthly lire for xuch foelliiKS. The cultivation of this expression will bo the host eilurntlou In tme politeness. Hnrk to tho homo, in tho cry going up rrom thousands; lot us educnto our HJ daughters ror pure womanly women, lA't young men remember Hint tliolr Che them tho highest wlucatlon with Impiilness In lire depends upon chief In our iKiwer but keop them close to their uller fiilth In women. No world- our haartti; teach them the rudlmentn ly wisdom, no misanthropic philosophy or housekeeping, keeping one great no generalization, can ciner or weak-n- t truth before them that a woman in this rundamentnl truth It stands more satisfactory to herself nnd those like the record or (Jixl himself for dear to her when alio Is a womanly Is nothing It less than this and woman, firm, capable, but kind and HJ should put n seal upon lips that are gentle, keeping her pathway through Hj wont to speak slightly or women. life bright and good. out-"IiIy mo-stb- a Hot Stove I I I HI : I ' I "sKSHIi' BsHsKfetCl-fiVrsr- i I 11 ; Bk21 hiaT yvy H 4 A stove that Is always ready! A store that makes no smoke, smell or ! IB athcI HJ HI d dls-orde- -- fondness or vanity of father or mother tins kept him from hard work; If another nlwnys helped him out nt the and or his row; If Instead or taking his turn at pitching off he stowed nwny nil the time In short. If wh.it was light nlwajs felt to him, nnd Iu nine cases out or ton man's lira Thoro are plenty of things to rrot ' will not bo n success If hn does not about. It U simply astonishing how benr burdens In his childhood. If tho much annoyance may bo round In tho HJ MBB A tafe stove! An economical store'. A clean store i A ttore that requires no skill to oper- Sie It H HJ HJ HJ HJ HJ BBB course or every day's living evon at j tho simplest. If ono only keeps n HJ sharp eye out on that Hide or things Kven holy writ says we are prono to HJ trouble as sparks fly upward In the blackest smoke there Is a blue sky Hj nltovo. and tho less time they waste HJ J J A store which has revolutionized "cooking " and has transformed the drudgery of the kitchen work into a pleasant pastime. A "Quick Meal" Stove will do any nnd all work that can be done on a wood or coal stove, only with the differ- ence that the "Quick Meal" does it quicker, cheaperand in a more agreo- able and reliable way. HJ H H HI m M H m I m A big line to select from at I H t'- m Best Made for I HICKMAN HDW. CO. I l INCORIOUATED Price Paid ?z frt ' ! on the road the sooner they will reach It Forgetting Iu all tlmo wasted on tbo road. TV) every tomplo there Is an architect a builder whoso tasto and skill like the lamp or Aladdin shall cieate all Its beauty and harmony. In the temple or home there Is one master spirit, not the robed priest who otrers gifts to the gods, but tho truo and nolile woman who gtvoH hand nnd heart nnd life to tho exercise of vlr-tuwhich innko home happy and beuutirul, and In tlie.su patience Is an all Important factor. Does the husband come homo worn nnd harassed by tho burden and toll or tho day? gulled Has tho curb or him? Have the spears or tho world';: battlo wounded him nnd ho comes to the homo haven so repressed and euro buidened that ho forgets or o mils ror tho moment a word of caress or lore? How should this be met? Kven by that patience "which stirrers without murmuring," by that spirit or true nnd louder love whLli lays Its best offering on the nltar of homo happiness. Tho wlfo known that this Is but a fleeting cloud on the sky of love the shallow of n veil thrown temporarily ovor the statuo or a king Patlonce will do Its per rect work and cloud and voll bo but as phantoms or a dream. Suits That Sparkle at Every Angle with Advanced Features Our tailoring is the finest that human skill and ability can produce, while trimmings used for the garments are the best that money can buy. So comprehensive is our display of Spring suit samples that it would be difficult to explain the many points and advantages, you'll have to see them. news Item from Paris, Tenn , sas John D. Atkins, who recently-los- t his stock barn and a number oC stock Iu n Nro or Incendiary origin, has completed a now bain and haa been purchasing somo stock for It. Among his other purchnscs was a match team or mules ror which ho paid J474. On weighing the mulea It was round that he paid about 22 centB per pound. This Is almost as high aa dressed beer In Hickman. A :. U Flit SA . altar, fV il H' a woman to tho there their leadership cea.ses. Ho may rnlter and rault her, while she leads him by tho hal ter, but ho has no power to halt her. anil A man may lend ii K m Kilt I1 T.5 !. fe! m There are many other reasons why we ought to sell you your clothes. The style, fit, fabrics and prices are all strong arguments in their favor. For your own interest we ask you to see them. Russell Johnson : Please tell everybody we must clear off the C. M. & G. R. R. Co.'s lots in Rich mond & Bond Co.'s New Business Subdivision so the new depot can be built. Don't ' i refuse a reasonable offer for the galvanized iron tanks. These will hold about 8,000 M, Prices from $12.50 up to $30.00 BRADLEY & PARHAM gallons each, and some one can buy them cheap and use A prudent mother Is nlways on the watch ror symptons or worms In her them for storing water or oil. children Paleness, Inck of Interest In Sell the deep well pump, boilplay, nnd peevishness Is the tilgnl for A ers and water cleaners cheap, WHITE'S CIIEAM VEHMIIUU1E row doses of this excellent remedy puts nn end to the worms and tho too. We must get them out child soon acts naturally. Price 2&c a bottle. Bold by Hickman Drug Co. of the way to make room for the depot. Conslderablo frost roll Friday night and fruit may have been damaged by reason of It. G. B. Bond. -- ,"5T - f w: .', T-- w&'zt fr'jwwss lly The Courier's Weekly Sermon LESSIECASH order)- -. . 1'ASTUlt lll'SSKI.T.T l Ky. Lump Coal HICKMAN MARBLE 'Hucceoor to II. O, WORKS 15 KHTAllMHIIKlt TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. ROYAL ALBERT HALL, LONDON ltmm,uctit.j Pittsburg Lump Coal (Cash with Bon Air Lump . Kentucky Lump ..4:.00 4.75 4.75 In CHRISTIAN MASS MEETING. th World' Largest and Fln.tt AuEstimated at ditorium Audience Seven Thousand Which le the True Coipel and What Mutt Our Creed In Order to Christian Sacrifice Union? 4.50 When cash does not accompany order I charge 10 extra for making collection, which will make the prices as follows : Let me save you money on your coal. 4J Marble and Granite Monuments CURDING, STONE WORK OF KINDS, IRON FENCING A.' Pittsburg Lump Coal Bon Air Lump Coal 5.25 Kentucky Coal 5.25 Prices based on delivery within the city limits. Parties out of town desiring to haul their own coal will be allowed 40 cents per ton deduction from'prices quoted. You can leave your order, accompanied with cash, at the office of Hickman Ice it Coal Co., or phone 48 if you you wish order sent C. O. D. No one has authority to extend cedit, 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. $5.40 STAHR STEVE PHONES DOTH nttlons attached to theso words by Surely we aro all Brother Calln prepared to deny that n God of Jus thv. Wisdom, Ixive and Power foreordained am! predestinated from before the foundation of the world that everylHidy but the "elect" should go to eternal torment Iluptlsts nnd Disciples, Pastor Rustic!! declared, have something further Surely they may keep to surrender water Immersion Surely they may claim Hint, more fully than sprinkling. It represents the underlying thought But tho tin cxptesscd In the symbol reasonable and unscrlptural thing which they must renounce In favor of union Is that water Immersion Is a tent of mrmlrhtp In the Church of Chrht. They must ndmlt that Cornelius, at least, was accepted of the I,ord and of the Holy Spirit Ix'fore his Imptlsm In water (Acts i 7i EEfeSSyySl - addressed the hugo Convention at Royal Albert Hall tonight Few preachers aro so woll known1 In Great II r 1 n n as ha Many of the leading newspapers, both here aud in America, publlih his weekly discourses. He took for his text, " am not ashamed of the dotptl of ChrUt" 1 T 1 London. April 2. 3..i'"' -- . Hickman, Kentuck Pastor RtiHscll Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY J.J.UIIONUUIIANT lKO.ll.TIIUKI.KKI.il T.A. I.KIirOUl) IWHKOTOItH (Roman L 10 Ho mm!: yl II. UUOIIANAN J. W.AI.KXANIIHIl llr.J. l. IIIIIUIAHI) . A. FARIS A. M. TYLERl Attorney-at-Law j Special Clubbing Offers. Every reader of the Courier can secure all of the six beautiful ever, blooming rose bushes described below without charge. They are all well rooted one year old plants, guaranteed to reach jou In good condition. Each collection will be accompanied with full instructions on planting and care. BLACK ROSE The Black Kose marks the highest attainment of the hybridizers skill. For grace, form and color the large beautiful flowers look as if they were cut from the heaviest dark rich velvet. WHITE KILLiAllNEY Tho wonder ful now "Irish Beauty" unfolding broad wax like petals Into enormous semi-ful- l flowers of pure snow white. PRESIDENT TAFT It is a strong, robust, vigorous grower. The flow-er- a are faultlessly formed, extra large and double, the color an exquis ite snaue of bright sparkling pink. YELLOW KAISEIUN it Is a robust, healthy grower, very hardy hush on which great masses of exquisite golden yellow roses are borne. RHEA REID Great masses of large double flowers of the richest velvety red are produced on the whole blooming season. DOROTHY PERKINS In habit of bloom. It Is extremely free, producing flowers In Immense clusters. The color Is an exquisite shade of clear shell pink. Send us only $1.25 to pay for the uourier one year and The Farmer & Stockman one year and we will send and Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. TTlolmiAii, Ky. Office with Judge B. T. Davis Elijah Crass, a well known young inan of Water Valley, was sentenced to 2 years In the, peultenltary for breaking Into Cameron & Walker' store In that berg. Young Crass was caught In Hickman by Officer John Wright, and was trying to dispose of some of the goods when taken. Farmers and others who Uro at a distance from a drug store should keep In the house a bottle of BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It may pone-tratln- be needed at any Ume for cuts, wounds, sores, sprains or rheumatism. g It is a powerful healing and remedy. Price 25, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Hickman C Drug Co. . KELLY SMITh Jttorneyat'Latv Clinton, Kentucky One tenth of you these six beautiful everblooming roses postpaid and absolutely free of charge. Address all orders to the Hickman Courier, Hickman, Ky. ttt fttj to ChrtstUnlti. REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR peo- The hotter the deed the fowcr ple to do it. A woman soems Business Directory -- ASK wisdom by studying fool men. to get most of her Let us npproich our subject rover-entlWith reverence, becnuao many of our creeds nro white with centuries. They were the creeds of our fathers They must not be hannnil mother But wo dled ruthlessly, unkindly. must npproni'h the subject with courage because It Is a Christian duty. For long centuries God's people have been divided Into sects nnd parties, separatAt ono tlmo ed by creeilul fences. tboy gloried In their differences, and destroyed one another In their teal for what they believed to lie tho Truth. Now we see more clenrly that nono of our creeds nro without flaw. Now we are willing, yea. gliul, to take the Tmth wherever wo find It nnd to acknowledge the error, though It be our own The oneness of tho Church requires that we should have tills courage! The Interest of the world It! We have come hero realising that the time for covering errors, of which we nro ashamed. Is past; that the time for reverenclug God aud lib Word has come. Are We Not All Christians? Our topic must be. What Is the Gospel of which St Paul was not ashamed -- "the faith once delivered unto the saints" "one Ird. ono Faith, one llHptlsin" (Kpheslans Iv. R). The nieker Hhowed tbnt tho Roman Catholic Church. In onler to unite with others, would need to cut out of her creed everything not found In tho Bible prayers to saints, homago to pictures ninl Itunges, tho sacrifice of the mass, holj candles, holy wntcr, the Infallibility of tho Pope and the general theory that the clergy alone are the Church and brethren of Christ, nnd the laity the children of the Church. The Protestant Episcopal creed next bad nttentlnn. Utile that was objection able was found therein. Ono point alone could cause uny hesitancy, be was sure -- Aiiostollr Succession. He urged that no Scripture could bo found sustaining this theory In clear terms. On the contrary, he gave numerous citations In proof that tho twelve Apostles only posxessisl plenary Inspiration and were directly under Divine control St Paul taking the place of Judas. Election Foreordlnatlon Predestination. Tho Westminster Confession, the foundation of the majority of Protes taut creeds, distinctly emphasizes the teachings of Brother Calvin. We can all agree that the words elect and election, predestinated and foreordained, are Scriptural teruiB and that a tmth must underlie and pervade them. But It will give nono of us any pain to repudiate entirely tho peculiar dctlPur-gHtor- y. - It. M. IHI.KIt We combine nbsolute safety with satisfactory service, nnl oficr our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS IIUllllANAH. IVoilttotll II I Baptists nnd Disciples should see the alwtirdltv of claiming that only of the water Immersed nre menilK-rthe Church of Christ, for thus, ncvonl inn to thir thisiry. they would le (looming to eternal torture ns all of their Christian brethren who Surely Bap had not Imh'u Immersed. tlsts nnd Disciples, therefore, may Im expected to promptly nnd heartily repudiate these test features of their theories The Methodist Creed wns next ex It was numiiciided for the nmlned prominence It gives to the Iive of Oni) Mini Ills tiwtxitrntire with the misrepresentations of those who hon estly seek to ! His children The speaker Hkcd the Methodist brethren to forern IIm worship of their Church nnd to give the more homage to the I.nrd lie admitted the masterfulness of their ortmntuittfln. hut reminded them that their Kplscnpnry Is not modeled nfler nnythlng shown us In the New Testnineiil It does not even pretend to ls nnr authority along the lines of Vpostolto Succession It innst admit that the estnhllshment of Its lllslioprlc was. nt least, lent a supposes! emergency. lorn of error that an Kplscopnl ordination was necessary to authority to preach. s iins.-ivis- ! seml-frnud- KAMAOK. A1 Caalil.r J. A TIIOMfHON. (.!., Books and Banks Choose your bank with the same care and discrimination that you select your books apply the same high standard that you do in the selection of your personal friends. This is the exact, crucial test that we invite from intending customers. Of course our own standards arc as high as yours. Let us meet on a common plane of Rood faith and business courtesies, viewed in the broadest light. You have not a legitimate lwxnking need that we cannot successfully meet and to your complete satisfaction. Investigate. Wc pay 3 on Saving Deposits. HICKMAN BANK WCKtlD, Coshicr JS0 k. SUTHERLAND'S EAGLE EYE SALVE Oood for Nothing but the Eyes A writer makes the assertion that Illinois has an official beer sampler who draws Ifi.OOO a yar, besides the beer. Tho Courier knows some men In Hickman who would take that Job nt a big saving to tho state. ALL nil", Asst Cuihior TIRED OUT In the r Sprinkling FOR J Rates 6.00 Hundreds More In Hickman Same Plight. 1011 FOR RATES- - Loafing could bo Just as hateful as work If you got a salary for It. Most peoplo can brag three years about a three weeks' trip thoy took we llko to talk about the weather because we don't like other people to. Maybo W. J. McMURRY Attorney-at-La- Nurse Says: Clara nurse of South Beliingham, Wash., "and will say that I consider Cardui the best medicine for girls and women. It makes them feel like new persons, relieves their pain and regulates womanly troubles. liotn my daughter and I Office In Davis Building on corner. Hickman, Ky. DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Dentist Davidson' old stand. Phone No. Hickman, Ky. FURNITURE CO. Director! and Embalmers. Tho children get our traits without wanting to, and you ought not to forget it. "I know what Is for young and old Ele." writes Mrs. a trained good peo-- HICKMAN speak to hor. it's a romanco to a girl when she thinks how a strange man might Funeral Phone 20, day or night. Hickman, Ky. W. F. MONTGOMERY If a man could swim a hundred miles, his ambition would bo to run a dash. 100-yar- d Undertaker Hearse and drivers furnished on short notice. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. Enough money to satisfy tho greedy received would havo to bo Just a llttlo more than there Is in the world. Now E51 York Press. great benefit" Take Tired nil tho Ume; Weary and worn out night nnd day. Hack aches; side aches; All on account of Uio kidneys Must help thorn nt tholr work. A Hickman citizen shows you how C. A. Watson, of Hickman. Ky . saya:" for some yearB I was a victim of kidney complaint. There were pains In the small of my back, which wero always more severe when I HtojH pen, 01 mien My uack ached nt night and when I arose In the morn Ured easily and occasionally suffered Ing. I wns very lamo I became from nenous spells. Headaches both ered mo and I v,nn subject to dlzj spells, during which there was n blur ring of my sight. When I caught cold, It settled on my kidneys ami at sucn tunes, the passages of the so cretloiw from theso nivalin liccnmn too frequent This wt.nkiu.ia wnu particularly annoying during tho night unu i wns orton rorced to nriso sev ernl tltni-ri- . Learning of DoaiiH Kid ney Pills, I procured a box nt Helm and Ellison's Drug Store nnd two days after I began using them, I received great rollof. Ily tho time I had taken tho contents of tho box I wns cured I never lose nn opportunity to recommend Doan's Kid net Plllrt to other kidney sufforerH." or Bale by all dealers. Price GOc. Co., lluffalo, N. Y., solo agonta for tho United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Tho big thloves occupy brown stono fronts and tho llttlo thloves nro In tho peultontlnry. Abk Tor Omega Flour. Nono bet The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May 1st and ending November lit, 1011, in residence section, is 50 foot front and under 8c for each additional foot. 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 j J t t t 4 HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. INCORPORATED I j) Xj3aV70!J Money to Loan. I loan money on farm lands In O blon and Weakley Counties, Tonn , aud lu Fulton County, Ky. About ouehalf the cash value of a farm will bo loaned. Ixwus made lu sums of $1,000 or more for five years with privilege to borrower of paying a'11" after ono yoar In full or making any slzo partial payment desired at Intervals of six months after the expiration of ono year, Interest belug stopped on partial payments made. Call on or writ O. BPRADUN, Attorney- Union City, Tenn. tf LAUNDRY -- AT- Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey For Coughs and Colds., Pay cash and save money on your coal bills. A. A. Farls. The Woman's Tonic As a medicine for female trouble, no medicine you can get lias the old established reputation, that Cardui has. Fifty (50) years of success prove that it has stood the greatest of all tests the test of TIME As a tonic for weak wo men, Cardui is the best, because it is a woman's tonic. Pure, gentle, safe, re- iiaoie. iry cardui. Bradley & Parliam's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices The only dairy In Fulton County. food Pratt's Poultry and Stock Helm & Ellison's. at Regular services nt tho Presbyter ian church Sunday morulng nnd even ing. ter. Uottersworth ft Prather. West Kentucky own. x Is coming Into its at-La- GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore BEST DR. BELL'S Nearly all tho candidates ANTI-PAI- N statu offices live this sldo of for Louis-vlll- For Internal and Extornal Pains. Take out that Insurance today. You may bo next to burn out Kennedy, tho Insunuioo lias. Tho second In Kentucky postal Bavlnga hank la to bo established at aen. II. A. Tyler Is "aprler" than many young bucks of 20 yenrs notwithstanding the fact thnt ho pasnod his 73rd birthday lnat Sunday. Pulton hao tho baseball fever. Dr. Bell's AntfsepticSalve Good for all Skin Diseases. For thnt tired feeling tako Nyal's Spring Saraapnrilla, a stimulating, healthful toulo. Helm & Elllscu. Madlsonvllle, SGS Easter of )ck 'au, a tiling very badly needed It ha been a nunrtur r Inw a map of the town wag made. aim meru hiu bo,,,, B0 luny chanfr Unit at present we have no accu- Hov. OeUcr u engaged a now ma,, of tho m com-Wil- 0y Akf-4&u Heard i On the Streets ' rate maim. Mr about 16 feet loi.K by about 7 wide It will Bhow all tho new addition, changes rVur m,m,j nnum 'lc . and will require several months (o compile. (3iUr. ., ... News In scarce Your Easter Hat Concert Tuesday night. I'Jonty or rain thank you. IjI'b celebrate the Fourth. LOW SHOES Bradley &Parham (ianklii, aged 82 years, who. mI.i: to alligations timdu by MUd Mi Daniel, Oftfil 18, coerced Iiit j . uuipany him (nnu hi houi n .11 duianco from Dresden to Parts, i. to marry him. wot Miitenced y?ani In the poniteutlnry Sat- u br u Jury which fnum! lilm kuIJ. U tin charge preferred anliwi Hi.' joiing woman, and on in t t- - grand Jury some time nnn i. ii i.ii.i.il him. Mlxtt McDanlel n(fim ..i iHKkln of nwaull and battery, of i r. nx hrr to marry him and of i. jmc carnal kuowlgo of and null ngaltutt him on thw- -t nlr- ,.TalUMM for 111,000 UnllUMJO. n , , ' Quit borrowing the Courier. .i Nnjrtor to revoke Sumlsiy marks tho close of Lent. the furry rlvllHu granted to W. A. ..iiunaw. .Mr I'lekett would like to I. I. HUtson went to Memnhls Tues look after operating the ferry. It day. maUurs not what else my be wild. Mr. Hlnshaw iiUi n,,, tuTrv u, ,,..,,, Oscar Ralmon was In Charleston Imp than wiy man that lam week. ever owmJ ii. and until rw.mtly. )H advice Lyric Tuesday night Concert. Do all other mirvlc u i.nv. 1...1 It. Mr Pickett iMtiltloii. we underntandi not nil wll kci bfnr Jinlu Mb flrace Klmerer line been on for IiIh mHaklernllon. the nick list. 1 J. II. Pickett I on asking Judu Is Here, Madame Just two more days before Easter to buy your Easter Hat t- - 'vw v. Just Arrived new shipment of entire new hats. We are recognized leaders in millinery. A hat purchased at this house is the very height of fashion, and best of all, the prices are within the reach of all. Call and see them. if. M ohNhl a cntrklt,' U The MH0l stave mill la closed Tho annual dress parade takes plac down thin woek dnlifg a lot of general noxt Sunday. rtwlr work A tar force of men IVroy Join l at work uncnt Mondav and iirwhautfiw th mill from TuoHday,ln Cairo. oim nd to the other. Tho mill will l read) for operation again Monday Frank was hero from Donaldoil's I'ohit this weok. I'oalmnaUr J. T StenheiM lu imr- - Ie - nwriw: ear from RIhWxi, IVkliU bimxI iinm. Jack Screws for rent at Hickman H M. I 30 the looa) agtmu, Jon Shop. Hum! I'hono 3C. Then ft lAHnn. ar hr Wititharly returned Bat-.- . .iir from a wenk vhdt with lnr lii'HU ami rolallren at lonnvtll .1 Itakedoui. Mn : (!. PROSPECTIN' one of the llexall Harmony C. O. KcJilonkor nnd W. C. JolniMin Toilet Itequliltt-- Ii carefully weia to Nashvlllo on buslnesH. Tues from well tried reclHi. day. Illckmau Urue Co. Veal and spring Iauiu at Malheur IVint forget that wu have to nell Ilroa. store., uIho all kludH of fresh roimIh and to mill ;om!h we havii to vegetables. make prlci to It you. Illckmau Furniture Co. C. C. Smith nnd II. U. Amherg were In Charleston, Mo., first of tho week on business. 1111 Standard garden sped of every description at llettersworth & I'rather's. BALTZER & DODDS D. Q. CO. INCOIlPOltATED McClains Son Missing. The body of Jack McClaln, who kllk-hinibelf while under arrest at Hickman Wednesday afternoon, was carried to his homo near Iynnvltle, Thursday nfUirnoon and the burial took pLico at four o'clock Friday afternoon. This Is tho third of a family to bo buried near tho same scene during the asl week or two. Andy McClaln, who was killed (It Is alleged) by Jack McClaln, nnd Chas. McClaln a brother of Jack McClaln, who was the sick man that Jack and Andy McClaln were en routo lo see when tho first tragedy took placo, conslt-tut- e the three dead ones. Nowh from tho home of tho lato Jack McClaln Is thai tho latter's son, Frank, had disappeared since ho was ntrHlckmnii to accompany tho body of his father back and It Is feared that he has also taken his own life. His relatives aro alarmed over his strange action. Make Home Beautiful. Nothing beautifies tho home grounds like a few well selected roues. Tho Courier Is going to make it possible for every one of its readers to beautify hia or her homo grounds without a cent of cost. Wo will send you tho six everbloouilng roses described below, absolutely free of charge If you will send us only to pay for tho Courier one year and Tho Farmer & Stockman one your. What Is more, wo will send you complete Instructions on planting and care with each collection. These Instructions are written by an Ohio florist, one of tho most successful ou d gl-'-- Heirs to Get Hvery sort of Toilet Iirusu for be Hick- $60,000. -- waireroomiol man or woman. man Drug Co. ,ii ? ' ) If prices and quality will get your trade, wo aro It. Hickman Furniture Company. Is vUltliiK his mother, In WifH Hickman. A law haa been passed, and will go in effect Jan. 1, 1912, authorizing Horace Hurch. of IllyUievillo, Ark., Mrs. niawsr, tho government to pay all cotton claims of later than Juno 1, 18C5. These claims aro based upon losses of cotton taken by tho federal troops and possibly a refunding of a special rovrnuo tax. Mrs. C. P. Shumate, of this city, holds bona fide claims, Issued to her grandfather, J. A. Overton, from tho 7th district of Tennessee revenue office, made out later than tho above date, which will amount to about $S0 000. The principal alono amounts to $r,3S.04, and on top of that cornea interest nt tho rate of 3 per cent since 18CC. Mrs. Shumate, will, however, only participate to tho extent f of of tills amount; the other half going to tho 'heirs of Thos. Parks. The allowance will certainly bo made, and, without any hitch tho helre will recelvo their $00,000 some tlmo next year. ono-hnlany-whor- o, Mrs. Hardy Mroii, of Union City, Is Waiting her fathiT, J. J. this week. a Hon-duraii- t, &;- - V. IUirn. Saturday morning, to tho wlf of J. 11. Townsoml, the popular mall carrier, a flno girl. SiM'cIal "i musical procrnm has Ihhjii earth. Tho roses will bo sent postpaid by Tho Farmer & Stockman direct from the florist In Ohio, any 'time you wish You can order the collecllou now, before tho supply Is exhausted and have them shipped any time you wish before May 1st. Hoses may bo planted any tlmo between thla aud May 1st. Uetter order now bofore tho supply la exhausted. Thousands aro orderlug these plants now, and tho supply may bo exhausted If you wait until April to order. Tho Farmer & Stockman will hold tho roses for you until you are ready to plant them. Do not take chances by waiting. arranciil for the Foster service at the Methodist Church. Jas. Swlmm, who has been here for several weeks, has returned to his homo In IxiiiIhvIUo. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert TLsdale nnd Miss Itobertn Tlwlale, of Union City, visited Miss Moll lo Iloiinx-- , 0110 ihiy last week. RECITALxi-v - Mr. CARL BEUTLL Pinnist Hcrr JOHANNES MIERSCH. Violinist Mr. GLENN O. FRIERMOOD, Baritone Tuesday Evening:, April 18th, iPIl LYRIC THEATRE, HICKMAN, KY. PROGRAM Piano Voice Violin Piano Ballntlc, n flat Mr. Beutcl I Chopin Goring-Thomas Dont Imagine that you will be tho favored one In our system of cash or Little John Howard, son of Mr. coupons. Tho drivers will be chargand Mrs. J. T. Dillon, has had a preted up with their trip and must either ty serious case of measles, but Is bring In cash, coupons or tho loft over Ico. Hickman Ico & Coal Co. When jou order Ice, plaee have your couon book where Uiu driver Tho little "hash foundry" known cnu tear out tho amount due. Hick-mans Andy's Plaoe on tho Kirk corner. Ice & Coal Co. was abandoned by Its proprietor, C. Levy the Same. D. Journey, Tom IlroRR and J. E. Dugau, or Fulton, and left to thn J. Tho West A. Tliomason, all negroes, were each mercy of his creditors. $20 and costs by Judge Nay lor Tennessee Orocery Co. has attached fined At tho regular term of tho Fulton tho contents for money duo them. Monday for "rolllns the bones." County Fiscal Court last week, no chniiKo was made In tho county levy C. 8. Driver nnd wife left Tuesday for tills year. While the county Is Hldi;e, Ark., to visit tho for Walnut a little behind In tho road fund now, latter'fi jKironts. Mrs. Driver will tho magistrates believed tho finances likely be fiomt mo&l of tho summer. of tho county would bn about oven at the end of this year. Tho drivers of Ico wngona will bo supplied with coupon books on tho Tho levy will bo as follows: For first of April, I'loasu arrange, to purcounty purposes, 2Cc; for road and chase as U10 system will be cither brldgo fund, 25c; for school purposes, cash or coupons. Hlckmnn Ico & IDc. n "Lame Leg Well" say "I inimii Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src Jit Courier Office. See samples. ' Coal Co. Tlio Sloan's Liniment on a lame let; that has given me much trouble for six mouthsIt was so bad that I couldn't walk sometimes for a week. I tried doctors' medicine and had a rubber bandage for my leg, and bought everything that I heard of, but they all did me no good, until at last I was persuaded to try Sloan's Liniment. The first application helped it, and in two - have used that wish to I Indies of tho Kplscopal dulld What Would Do For My Queen Mr. Friermootl Mcrr Micrsch Zigunerweisen a. Dance Humoreaque b. Rhapsodic No. Mr. Beutcl ..- - Pahlode Sarasate Stojowaki L'szt have obtained tho services of throo musicians of tho Indianapolis Conservatory of Music for a concert at tho I.yrlc Tuesday nlfiht. Secure your tickets early for this musical treat Judi;o Itomley, of tho Hlckmnn Police Court, has disposed of U10 following cases sinco our last report: Will Justice, E. U Wyloy. Clem Carrol l'holps. diarged with broncli ud of tho poaco and fined 1 11. DO each Tho ladlea Oulld, of tho Kplscopal Cliurch. aska us to aniuiunco a musl- calo treat on Tuewlay evening, April 18th. Throo muslckum of the Indlau- apolla Consenatory of Music, a violin- lsto, planlsto and barltono singer nro tho leading features. Sheriff Johnson received a tolegram luewlay from chief of Police of iiiilHvllle. savliiR that Ellsha Scott, tho negro who split another negro's head open with on nxo In the bottom u short tlmo ago, had been locateu Tho murder was a very cold blooded Sheriff Johnson hns made 0110 nnd every effort to enpturo tho murderer, no and If ho Is captured there Is ho will bo given tho limit doubt that Cot old Nows Papors at this office. Henry Ambers tnndo n business weeks my leg was well." Hunter, of Hunter, Ala. Mr. K. A. L. p Good for Athletes. Gilmak, instructor of athletics, 417 Warren St., Rox-bur-y, Mass., says: "I have used trip to Charleston, Tuesday. Everything In lumber aud builders' & Co. hardware at Ueyuolds-Mous 8.. ; Mrs. It. L. Ileasley died at Water Valley, Monday. She was 45 years old. S10ANS LINIMENT with great success in cases of extreme fatigue after physical exertion, when an ordinary' would not make any impression." rub-dow1 Voice- -a. Retreat b. Soft On Tiptoe Light c. The Bailiffs Daughter Mr. Friermood a. Meditation From Thais b. Cradle Song c. ....LaForge kun Old Engliah Massenet Paul Th. Mierach Jeno Hubay -- - Easter , It Is to will that the city got busy with their now grader bo hoped this mouth. Two umbrella menders were burned to death while sleeping in a box car at Cairo, Sunday, Henry Fields nnd Miss Alma Johnson, both of Clinton, wero married Sunday at Fulton. Chas. Kirk, of tho lower bottom, who recently nhot and wounded a negro known as "Humboldt' was arrested Tuesday night by Sheriff John-soHo was found at tho home of J. H. Craig, where ho was sitting up with tho corpse of a little Blassen-gam- e child. Kirk was lodged In tho county Jail to await tho action of tho May term of court. Violin Spinning Wheel Hcrr Mierach Piano- -a. La Nuit b. Arabesque c March, from Suite oP.M Mr. Beutel v Glasenov Debussy Raff Sloan's Liniment has no equal ns a remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints. Pilces,25c.,E0c,&$1.00 B SLIPPERS lur.', cuttlfi, ilieep try neiit Hint (roe. Aililrea ii 11 1 S1imi' book on Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. The Pianoforte is a Starr Bradley &Parham u- Easter Jr'JtR Rett. rth. He hmvtly upon her eyes: "M HERE rtNB THERE Wi her tweet erea wtuiry of wteh!n. 8al Earth; Lie close around her: leave no room tor mirth Tnth Ite harsh lauhter, nor for Bound of. slshs Cigars at Fotho & French's Hhe hath no cjusstlon. ehe hath no re-.Mrs. T. T. Swayne Is on the sick HuihM In and curtained with a bled dearth list. Of all that Irked her from the hour of birth: D. L. Kussell, of Memphis, is hero With atlltneaa that li almot paradlie. Darkness more clear than noonday hold, on business. eth her. Silence more musical than any son: It pay to pay cath for your coal. Even her very heart haa ceaned to etlr; O What Will You Have Slowly but Surely, Iti response to a letter luqu about the proKrusa being mad' tho Mississippi Valley Tratitpur Company's new boat Hue, Seer MutthuWM writes us followa i A. A. Farls. Until the morntnrc of Kternlty Her reet shall not Wtn nor end. but bej will not thin And when ehe wrtkes ehe A. I'. Thurmond, of Hlpley. Teuu., It lonr was here Sunday. Christina Roesett) LOW SHOES The Last Word. Creep Into thy narrow bed. Creep and let no more be said. Vain thy onset! All Hand fait. Thou thyeelf mint break at laat. Let the Ion contention ceaaet Geese are ewans and swans are them have It how they wtlll Thou art tired; beet be still. They outtalked Get tho habit go to the Electric Studio for fine photon. Stationery and blank books at the & French's. Fe- - For Dinner Let us help you solve that problem of what to eat. Especially helpful for your Easter dinner will be the following list : Every item absolutely the freshest and best the market affords. Meats Drcmcd Chlokeu Bradley &Parham Miss Smith Resign. Miss Dora Smith, our popular Su Chas. Bockham was here from Don aldson's Point Wednesday. If goods dont suit and prices dont tort suit, dont buy. Hickman Furniture Co. theet Better men fared thus before theet Fired their ringing shot and pAss'd, Hotly charged and sank at last. Chares once more. thne. and be dumb) TUt the victor, when they come. When the forts of folly fall. Find thy body by the wall! -- Matthew Arnold. thee, hlss'd thee, "The bargo (or hull of sUuii has been delayed uerul weik at Pittsburg by Ury bad weath snow niul nwktt coutluual which has tnudo It ImportMible lu I h!i hur uppor Work or to palm Wo were notified recently, how . that kIiu would bo completed ready for loading ut PUtMburg a the 10th of April and that she w probably come to HL Ioult abou flntl of Muy. She was launchi i my memory la right, March .. last Tuesday shu was limpet uu Captain Brlivckloy, unc of the known murine lnpctira in York, aikd his rviort has kuu to I doti where the Insurance will pr. )y bo placed with Llo)d "VhM the first boat arrive a 1ouU. we vxiK'ot her to come i ' . althouRh It I not certain not load for Cairo or Mcmphu the curKo will belong to the hi Wire Co. If she roineA to M I htAiled, wo Will her at lh .j Ing until wo can complete of her derricks nnd it In r The wit r and wlncluw on are now being cotiMnict.il ami , U ready atniut the 3(Hh of The dnrrlck and tholr flttinrs Ko tinder wa nixl n big stn-- ia Ing niage tltal ha a capacity ut 4on weight to p.tna oer It. i i Ix'lng built, aud thht ctmlpuient all ' pinned on !mt and ahe win b taken to ono of tin railroad t'4 fer Ullnita niwl nil her te i a llfliil out aud plnr.il In frHxht t fir forwarding. Slw will th.-ready to load for her first trip be before the luhldle of i 1 ' Miss Nell lingers spent Sunday In the country with her sister, Mrs. Hoy Clark. Next time try a sack of Omego Flour best made. Betteraworth & P rather. Mrs. Jno. Pylo nnd llttlo son are visiting rolatrvca In Hlpley, Tcnn., this week. perlntendent of Fulton County school has resigned her office, the reslgna- tlon having been handed to Judge Naylor yesterday and Is to take effect May 1st, 1911. Miss Smith's reasons for this stop aro best known to herolf. We hao never had a superintend ent more devoted to her duties llian Miss Dora, and the county will lose a faithful and efficient officer. We hao heard of no one who might be a candidate for this office except Gordon nice, of Fulton However, he would be a good man for the place lt Every Day. us not teach and preach so much. But cherish, rather than profess; Be careful how the thoughts we touch Of Ood and Ixie and Holiness. Bloomlnir as sweetly as we may. Nor beckon comers, nor debar; Let them take balm or call away. According; as thler natures are. an undertaker call Harry Barrett with St. Louis Furnishing Co. Incorporated. For liiub Pork Sausago Link Sausage Hog Brains Beef Hnant Drcd Beef Soalthlpt Oysters hr Stick t Wo carry every thing to furnish Uow straight at all thing's from the soul. But boast not much to understand; sound and who!, tho homo. St. Louis Furnishing Co. Make each new action Incorporated. Then leave It In Its place unscanned. Alllnchajo. Vegetables New Potatoes Now Cabbage Because of You. contains Because of you. dear heart. Dr. Bell's I deemed all human creatures true; no habit producing drugs, and always to my happiness there seemed M gives satisfaction. Look for the bell And end. 8 on the Dottle. Because of you. The Ingredients are on the carton. y Our 25c coffee Is equal to any you ever bought at 3G to 40c Betters-wort- h & Prather. New I.ciluco New Itadltdica Florida Celery New Tumatot Roup IIuimjIhvi New Ittrsiilpa iMe Pant u coupon books and save ten cent on your Ice account. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Buy pi-- r Lunch Goods Cenolat Snum&e Veal M-- The robins aanr so tlcht and free. to their nest At from the loaf Contract for New Well. Mgr. J T Dillon, of the Hickman Ice & Coal Co.. closed a contract Tuesday with W. II. Johnson, of Memphis, to sink another deep well for them. Work will begin next week and the contract calls for its com pletion within CO dayti. Mr. Dillon expects to get an over' flowing well by going down 1,000 feet and will go to that depth If necessary. The new well will be used for supplying the city, and the old one, now in use, for making ice and supplying their boilers. It will be put down a few feet south of the en glne room, and after being finished wHl be walled in as a part of the building. This will insure absolutely pure, clean water. The Hickman Ice & Coal Co. has greatly improved its service In the past year. Manager Dillon has add ed a new dynamo to the, plant which has materially Improved the light ser vice. He has also installed the Tung sten street lighting system that beats ihe okl one too bad to make a com parison. A number of other improve' menus have been added, and last, but not least, is the now well. This will cost over $1000. The company could have gotten along without it by just letting folks kick, but that is not the point. Mr. Dillon want"d to improve the water service. He says the best possible service Is not too good for their patrons, and the now well will solve tho problem. X sank with them a year today. Because of you. flew. thf Quality Is apparent In every department of our store. St. Louis Furnishing Co. Incorporated. In prescriptions we give the high est quality and charge the lowest pos sible price. Hickman Drug Co. National Troubadours Friday, April 21, at the Lyric, home talent, 100 In cast. Benefit M. K. Church. For that tired feeling take Nyal'a Spring Sarsaparilla, a stimulating, healthful tonic Helm & Klllson. Coffins and Caskets with an experienced undertaker In charge. St. Louis Furnishing Co. Incorporated. Mrs. Fope Herring returned to Un Ion City Saturday, after a visit to her daughter, Mrs. T. T. Swayne. year aro today alas, dear heart. Tou loved me well, and that I knew. And yet today my heart la lone and drear, Because of you. X Cream Cheese Imported Swiss Che Domestic SwisR Ghcese Brick Cheoso Hochefort Cheese ShrlmiHi One Antwer. by, Blr Folly goes run and frolic In his eye. Ms lips a careless lay. On Ho, Blr Folly I Why so gay?" I know lobsters ljinch TonKtio Chicken Hamberger Steak Boast IWf Corned Beef Dried Beef Vlunna Kausai; Potted Meats Hardin Salmon Canned Goods Hobln Brand, nothing Bays he: a woman." better under the shining sun. Mushrooms Peare Apricots Cherries Peaches, Xc Beggar Wisdom shuffles near. Downcast eye. no word of cheer, Bacs and tatters, meanly clad. "Brother Wisdom, why so sadr Bays he: "I know a woman. Corn Petta Strlnglena Beans Asparagus Hominy Tomatoes "The liuturnmm which we hat ' thU bMt will hn a general liolUjy rf IIO.UOO, which will .. 1 Ihw freight while It U In lh whll It U lying t ami iiiin dock or on the hn' at llkki. coiulgixtl to t or waMIng for oiikslgiHH to carry It away, and will bo another I addition, tlu-rti iit in 000 policy whlcH wc any trip or .or any part of a on which w carry umwiullyvaluai cargo, tltnply by telegraphic nut For lh flral w pay by th d for the ftccoud. by Ihe trip. tatter m bllhd to im inouthlr shipper ban no cause to etrik qulro aUut liuniranct. a hh K"'1 e t4 1 ar protects aulonatlolly. Jiwt a If. since worlds began. Our souls were dtstlned each to I only know I cannot span Our love with speeeh. Predestined. Bottled Goodi Olives Pickles Sauces JellleA I know not ( B. S. Elliott makes ice boxen and I know not If some lesser light I followed would have led to love: Sure only, for earth's darkest night Thou art enough. I know not Ood holds I ask alone Thy love, If through slkcs henoe for me a greater bUaa; recompense; this picture frames to order. Pictures en larged from 1.18 up. Call at Hick man Job Shop. T. T. Swayne purchased n lot In It Is Southern Heights yesterday. located on Terrace strec-t- , aud the consideration was J COO. All old customers Apple Butter Mlucn Meat, Ac. Pastry Shaker Bread Plain Bread . Cream Bread Holls Cakes Cheene Sandwiches Tea Biscuits Old Time Cookie German Milk Pretzels Nahlricoeei thy kls. Town Toploa, will bo run on exlsti-- '. Zus Ginger Numlm Baronet Illrtcults, tto. Woodland Mills, of the high water the tofore for this season's fan service, Lee Line steamers are landing and Hickman Ice & Coal Co. unloading freight on our automobile yard. Hemcmber if you have surplus pro Mrs. L. P. Klllson entertained a duce or anything to sell, or want to large number of friends Saturday ev- buy anything, our want column will ening at bridge, in honor of her do the work. Only lc a word. daughter, Mrs. Louis Kllpatrlck, of If you are going to build, repair or .Memphis. A salad course and cream move a bouse and want good work, and cake were nerved see B. S. Elliott, contractor and builder. Home phono 3C, or call at Hickman Job Shop. On account the same current as has here Fruits Grapo Fndt Florida Orange Seedless Oranges Bannnas Wintwap Apple Ar. Black Apples SpltzenWrg Apple Ihey arc ot an ocean steamer nr a lake freighter "Wo arc tuning many order f freight ami )ou ulll ' by th cllppllig riMll.i of tho colli" tlotxi we have made for otllalde ma w I do not know whether w VU have anjthlpg for Hickman on ti firm trip. We will give yoii ami notice no that your merchant ship If they wish. But whetli.r w time an) thing for Hickman or m ' vou limy sny now that we will this boat at Hickman on the don rip and gho jour itople an old tunlty to examine her. na well a i(3t en i he cxamllHsl when she IKtckid full of frelKht. "I limy add Hint our dock framhi In St. haa been slcned by th Mayor nnd we a very fine priv Hego on the main loco here wh we will erect a titeel transfer houtn clrd he Easter 5M Ellison Bros. Cumb. Phone RIVER: 40 feet At Cairo the guage reads If thlt morning and rising, with 30 Home Phone 63 Woodland is on the boom. A now postofflce Is being built. Miss Zoda Bradley has returned from a short visit wlUi her aunt at Moscow. Thos. Berry left this morning for a short visit to his old homo In Mnys-villKy. e, at least two more feet to follow. Itoniemher the stcrcoptlcon lcctur "The Voice of Hclenco" to bo glv i by Hiiraui W. Imrts. of Louisville, a tho Lyric, Friday, 7:30 p. in. It i for the licucflt of the library AJ mission Ific. rains above have been general, it will likely put several more feet on top of that In sight. g Entertainment April 21 Burglarnt on Crutchfield. Work, Dr. Bell's AntiscpticSnlva Good Tor oil Skin Diseases. J returned Sunday from a visit In Missouri. D. Board Miss Leosle Logan Is on the sick list thla week. She has typhoid fever Judge Klrby has turned his law practice over to B. Y. Branham. The Democratic party should make a platform dealing with State Issues and require the nominee to stand upon It. Mr. McCreary has not yet expressed himself upon tho vital ques tion the people of the state are interested In, and of course could accept the party platform. Jno. Bryant, who has had tho Stx. chartered to use In tho local corn trado hero for tho past four months, finished up the business thii week. Tho boat was taken to Cairo Q, M. BELTS PANTS SHIRTS NECKWEAR today by Capt A. A. Farla, accompanied by M. B, Shaw Sho will be taken to BoonvlUe, Mo. Bradley & Parham Tho entertainment Is mode up of good music, fun and life, Is untertaln-inThe young people's society of tho for tho children and older poo pie. It is different from tho usual M. E. Church aro making elaborate run of homo talent productions nnd preparations for a big home talent entertainment to be given at tho will prove n treat. Lyric Friday evening, April 21. An order has just been mado for Tho production Is called "The Na flvo hundred now books of tho latest tional Troubadours" nnd Is under the editions for our libraryThis Is the greatest number over before ordered direction of Mlns Edna Getzeudonner, and the public may now prepare for of Chicago. There will bo over one hundred of Hickman's best talent In soino excellont reading. Although ficthe cast. tion comprises tho largest numbor, there are Interesting and Instructive works on sociology, travel, essays, local cotton seed sales Indicate history, science, etc., in fact almost that tho cotton acreage In thla neighany kind of material desired. borhood will bo nlmortt three times Bra. Hubbard and Curlin, of Hick greater this year than It was In 1U10. man, Dr. Dunn, of Arlington, nnd Dr. Mnny of the "hill" fanners are plantJ. It. Lee, of Columbus, attended the ing cotton this year, although the meeting of tho Hickman County Med- have never raised this crop bufoie ical Society Thursday. Tho Hickman And cotton prlccti should be good this doc tore were here to propose a joint fall. Tho southern states, which have meeting of the doctors of Hickman raised the bulk of the cotton, are and Fulton counties and Obion Coun- becoming Infested with tho boll weety, Tonn., at Ilcelfoot Lake next vil to uuch nn extent that they canmonth and a plan was agreed on to not raise it, hence, millions of acres, hold the meeting May 23, 24 and 25. of cotton larid In that section will be planted In other crops, Clinton Gazette. - Burglars Monday night made a raid The robbers broke Into the dry goods store of Murdough and Latta and several pair of shoes, clothing, etc., amounting to nlitmt $2C Thoy then went to the I C depot and guliHMl entrauco, but did not so cure anything of valuo. There Is no clue ns to tho per'io-tratoof the crime but It Is thought thnt it was tho work of hoboes that had been put off In the town. IIiiimI picked Whlpporwlll Hlckmun Hardware Co. Triple Plated Knives stamped & to H tut tcivlce than anr other ttier hax a round bohltr, which docs awir with iharn corncit (whrre blade l Joined la bandit) where wear li comtant and hardctL Thlt it but one ol manj notable Icatuictol tongtr throuih hirdtr Peas Mrs. J. C. Sexton will return from Sturgeon, Mo., today where she has been Hshlng relatives. Hegular servJceH at the Baptist Church next Sunday at 11 a. m.. nnd: 7:30 p. m. Spmgeon Wlngo, Pastor. We liave 200 pairs sample jwnts mwlo In tho very best styles, guaranteed nil wool, thnt will sell at less than wholesale. Sullivan Bros. knlvet. which five luting service and satlslactlon. Numcrout patterns art blfcrtd In thlt lamuut "Sll-t- tr Sold b tcldlnr delltrl everywhere. Send lor "OL" thowim all I'latt that Wtan." ucuinv. kHMWN MITMM1 CO. (luUnulioiul SUrW Cu.,HuocMor. tiitmi,lm. . Farmer and Stockman andThe Hickman Courier r (BrvfcT-- i AND SIX BEAUTIFUL ONE YEAR OLD ROSE BUSHES No Orders Taken After May 1st 'ALL FOR Notice, .... .1 I $1,251 No Orders Taken After May 1st Easter , Pocket knives at Fetho & Trench's. to qualify ofm.e ()f Ml Ituth Ellison has returned from Superintendent of rmiuon booh of Fulton county, hiimi take tin. oxaml Umlmille . .. tlflttll.l "tH il... bimiv " Don't take our word: try us. Hick. "i -- I uaici man Furniture Co. W A NAYI.OH, Jmli. Piilinn County Court HnstiT and lornl view pot cards nt I'i'tlie & Prench'e. dilrtn On account of tli.. uttw- - of r,..miv Superintendent vmant by resignation takliiK effect May jut, 0I I. nn examination uih be lioM at ttio Court Mom n Hickman. Ky ,, April SUl iw.,1 ,, n IKir',lM 3fe. LUMBER Heard On the Streets & Co. Reynolds Mot iji, rr ,e e Surest Way To Save Money buy your shoes of us. Mens, Womens, Misses, Boys, Childrens. We can fit you all feathers and velvet The prices are low. is lo Robbers at Gayce, Burglar ! the reeWeHr or 8am Jonmbon fciHlrdny Muni nlmt t:M n m.. ih reltared kirn of what twmr Ih ha la ata puree, amount-INto 10 IS It iHk tb purae. with MEN'S FINE SHOES lM ID IIh- yard m left It there A bum ww im foreport of the algal .m4 wm mnmt he m lb twrHUr Mr lMk Heave and iwrtaar were nl Afcrmed r MHe oho iryla- to enter (Mr awae, we supix alwut Rush Greek Items, Ow mm tWn. Therogue la jHtptxiwd to aa haw 4mm Um robbing ow at WAS the guest of W a i)h um the robbery took pUiae HMx. er there wan aWoat a hour and a kttlf later Arthur Arlington 4iH Mm. Illimir ItoUrtnon rU wm relhned i 20 . airnU ot Motcuw Smxiay fc Mo-eott Mm. N'unnia KliiHiuan lirut roturnpd fnim n alitirt ny In lulsvlllo. Ilah nppllea nrtt bltliiK. (U your flahliiR from Koilio & French im Oteen, Adanm. of the end of tho county, wcifi here Wednesday un flRure on that bill of lura-IxiHoynolda Mom & Co, In corpora tud. If you iipr It r. We're just right on Shirts got a plentiful assortment. Real softies are going now, 50c to 1.50 neck and neck. Two special numbers in soft collars, 25c for two. Strong on Underwear shirts long, short or sleeveless, 25c, 50c and 1.00 kinds. Drawers knee or regular. Sail in Saturday and see the many new things in Men's and Ladies' Oxfords and all styles of Low Cut Shoes, Bradley &Parham want carpenter work doni call on or phone a. I. Coiling, Home JTwiio, 32-3- . a Follow sprliiK lioiiBerleanliii! with rw nloo plctunm. A bin line at Kuihe & Froncli'H. J m 1'ractico economy by buying your g furniture, from tho St. luils Co, Incorporated. Fur-nullin- prices from 1.50 to as high as you want. J i M -- i wl w r Roper Utk dinner wliii I'mttlo, of Morrow, fttinday Commissioner's PMMom Sale, Couiriderahltt roln Iiuh fallen In tho liaat ten daya. Ijwt night rain fell In u depth of Hi Inches i! M' O Arde.ll lloM.r, of Hickman. lii cnuiflti, Dart. JtHmlay l.i mhI Jim. Ham y, bui r r ! Ijnt Hot VourNt, of with Huiutajr iar, hr ItrtMH. Court, ICntiirky. W C Jommmhi. PtalHUtr. agalMrf IV O VVimwok-- t t Ikr, I umlaut IblNMy I'artlcular women use Holm's Witch Hazel Crvaiu lxjtlon for their complexion. Auk your drugcUL. Natlonnl Troubadoura April SI, nt the I.yrlc. home talent, 100 In oahI. Ileiioflt M. K. Church. i, i . 3 i lf "ijy I of a JiidHiHinit ami Order Kom). I t)XMttHi from I'oj) l f al of PnIIah CkMtt Court, rendr tar i.nm to vUU. liflr niotlmr. ,Mrn. ml nt ItiuS. Hflr, n- "-l uliiivr, Mm. Jff Ih Um Um Mar tHnnforHinrtNif,mm of nUn eaiiMi, lh U . . Six llHhdid !ltarn with Intvriwl at it- - mhi ha"r) innd.t ili4r apixtar tin rata of alx hf aHiiuui, -. from th Irt any of April. 190S, unUl ia ihh jminunlir. Tli MIm !"-. paid. Mlid cimIh kttffln. I hUmII pro mmI lltclv Kniinl.) Ilanry r cm to offtr for nal At the t nala4lii: Chi'UJ. Houtfx door In MlekiMn. Ky , to the Hrnlci) Whllo atxl aljy Hi Wd.W at I'UIII.IC AUCTION ft ,, jth J,,.-iiarxiita, Mr mid on tk ilay of May. 101 1, nt tun ' W II. MflOehvo. Mr. Whlt wwnl o'eJook a i , or thnrimboul (UhIhk " uiwi Cttjr on a vUU to tiln wr Clruult Court day) upon n credit of .'- OrK0 Whlln And w1f Mx hhwUw, tli followliiK deNcrilxHl i- j, lly vuna TYTTVTVVTVTVVWVTVTVTTYTT Ituth Fullor. m lr lt folk ii Jo) oil a lot Hatunlay iilla nl tu r ' i.f Wfthor Cro"tlo Mihkmiw. ' Jonlnit nixl Jllokmoji hoi mII 'ixwi-Mlit- l ( My notlitm; cf tli Jul " ' uib from llunli Cnk All Hie l ulrU wint In atlvmlancu. yiMiivu ! T' l,rt of Urn NV (unrtr of Want, tlmt Kit Section 21. T 1. It' att of fltHWMt I'oimI and iouUitnliiK SO arrwa worx or haia mid IioIiik the laud niNTfH to I. O. WmWiHKT by AH propaMy, lo-wl- that jwrt ' Ilomlurnnl U tlio ttna Illrk ful 'illiijn ( aclimlly mako n rt ' 'rip on Iho O. M. h (I. rntlroad ""mini; from Mumphln. Mr. Iluu-' mt catiMi from DynrxlturK to with-- " rutlf inllo or lilt; HUmikIi. In (lil '" 'iy. n dhitnnrt of 4R nilltkt. Tho '' o inailo Willi Trmt. Iittn on ' motor (inr In two hotirw. which In ' ' altOHtH lo tho KKhl condition of 'i nod nnil ro.idlxd. In fact, tho f"- -! In lii oxi'Aitlniiully kikkI Hliapo '" imw on. Work of InyliiK Mv ' I'nHiM'HdliiK nicely. 8ov'iUyflvn "' aro iu;iikiI In tln work and " aro now within kIx iiiIIm of thin ' A fiiw tnoro dnyn nnd wit will Um "Iron homo" rotnliu; Into towu ' T the Ork of the Court, Kill ton County. Ky. Or auffl'Int lharof to produce lb. witttti of iiioim"- - W) ordurwl to be iiiadn. rt)r the purchaao price, the MirolNuur, wttli npproMil wcurlty or iHM'iiritlm, IwahI Itobarfton Uy iIimh) llook tl. wur b&l. rordid In In Dmsl tho offlixi of trillion CotinO' anle nnd will with fnim tht ilny of until Ald and IiuvIiik tho force offwl or a JiidHiiieiit. lllddiirH Imi prfiwuxl to comply promptly Ihttto lnlerfDl tii exH!iita Imnd, Ihjot-Iiu- ; J. H. MII.NHII. Mftnlitr CoiiimlHKloiKir. W. H. Ilurnett. who lout his mill ) by rire two weoKH hko, nt hiui hottled with the liwumnco It Is prolxiblo Hint Mr. Ilur-nH- t will build n mill nt Hickman. MiNM-nwcom-l.'iul- " till) HOUDlWftit Improve-Prot- ect Your Fruit Cro i I iM nip tmdj' wa- M Pure Sulphur Sol., 40c n gal. One gnl. mixed with ter makes from 10 to 50 gallons for spray. 13c to 15c per pound. Arsenite of Lead-PnstSend inquiries and orders to c, HELM & ELLISON ASK FOR LITERATURE W A. Urowii, committeo for C We try to have each article advertised even better than thu udvertlao-uieu- t From lis Fullon County G.jito! Herring. nays It Is. Hickman Drue Co. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Tlio rollowlng fiduciary settlemonts "were confirnied : Remember, If you don't send the Circuit Court. F. J. Rberhart gnanllan for Lettle cath with your coal order, I charge Franklin and Whel Franklin. you 10 per cent extra for collecting. K. Smith vs. I.olln Smith. Suit J. S. K. Cason, guardian for Llnnle A. A. Fsrli. for iIlvoroM. lUifo Wolds vs. niznda Fluids Suit Canon. Wo pay you ror collecting jour own W. S. Ellison, guardian for Louise nucount by allowing ten por cent ror for divorce. KltUo Williams vs. Artie Williams. At wood, Atwood Heirs, Preston At- oath purchase of coupou books for Ice wool. Suit for dUorce. Hickman Ice &. Coal Co. Del tow & Shumate vs. W. A. Will of J. S. Shepherd was filed, AUnchmeiit suit for a note ami A. I.. Ilinford was appointed adIf you arc going to build, repair or move n Iiouro nnd want good work of I191.C0. Tho note was for prem- ministrator. done see II. S. Elliott nt Ukkmnii ium on life Insurance policy. Tho State or Kontucky was givW. A. Dodds vs. W. A. Hlnshaw. en u venlkt or $1200 against tho es Job Shop. Ilurnl I'hono 3C. Attachment suit for account nnd note. tate or II. Huuhaiuui ror back tax TIim prohibition election In TrlgK II. W. StalllngH vs. I. C. II. It. es nnd Inharitnnco tax. county rvHiilled In n "dry" ote or Suit for $2000 damage. Plaintiff is 1.7'JO.nnd "wot"772 votes. Tho elec- n oar mimirer by trade, and ho Births. tion iKiHtted off qiilotly throughout the In his ixitltlou that ho was To Wm. Hoberson nnd wire (col) county to tlie amount naked by reason Mnrch a I, a boy. or nn ejtglno kicking Into the car Our stock of Furniture, Itugs, To Hud Slcdgu and wire, March 30, working. Window sliaili-x- , Unco curtnlnK, upon which he was a girl. Kilwbt J. I'nrsoiis vs. Travelers InItefrlgorators, stoves and etc Is To Sam Watson nnd wife, April 1, compluto wo save you money. Kasy surance Co. Suit on accident policy. a girl. W. P. FeltA & Son vh. Hud Furger-so- n pnymunts. St. IouIa Furnlfihliig Co. To A. T. Hlnkenioro and wife, on Incorporated. ot nl. Suit on nolo. March .10, a boy. (. ClommoiiB vs. J. T. Smlthwick. To T. O. Provow nnd wifo, March "The Tho Btoreoptlcon lecture, damnges ror slander. 27, a boy. given nt the Suit for $f00 Voice of Sclenoo" to bo lialntJff, in his petition, states that To Claroneo Edmonds and wire, on I.yrlc Friday night undur tho auspice defendant mndo some remarks about April .1, a boy. of the High School has been delivered him stealing homo tools nnil Itnple-ment- s To Chas. Provow nnil wire. March In many Western Kentucky towns nnd ho snyx ho Is damaged to 31, a girl. highly commended by educatami Is the nmoiiut nskiil for. ors, physicians, ministers nnd tho pub Deaths. Uc. County Court. Monroe Jnckson McClaln, April fi, If you are Intending to take advanA regular torni of tho County Court suicide. tage of our rose bush offer, It Is time w:ts hold Monday, and the following Oeorgo D.vis, April 7, ago 2 years. you were getting busy. Tho same business tr.iUKictiMl: pneumonia. bushes would cont you $I.7G nt any Tho following fiduciary nottlomonts Real Estate Transfers. first class nursery. I.ook for the of- woro filed nnd ordered to lny over fer In this Issuo. thlrtv days for exceptions: C. H. Roach to A. F. Smith, flvo S. I.. Dodds nnd Kd Palmer, ndmln-Iterato- r acres land, $1C0. Tim directors of tho Hlckninn Hank of iHtnto of Oscar Dlggs. W. A. Webb to J. II. Pickett .forty will havo u meeting this afternoon H. M. Sansom, administrator of P. lien's and f230 for rivo lots In East for the purpose of eleotlng officers II. (longer. Hickman. for the ensuing year. This will ho Itobt. Cnrpcntor administrator of J. J. M. McConnoll to W. C. Sowoll, tholr last mooting undur tho name of It. Donnoll. Interest In 100 acres land, J 1.000. Hank. Tho nnmo will bo Hlckninn Julian Choato, administrator or Henry Bangor to A. O. IKnibro,, cliangcd next week to the Hickman lots In Mongol View Addition. $13G. Hank & Trust Co C. U Walker to J. A. Moore, lot Southern Heights, $337.50. Young Man Dead, T. N. and C. Q. Fields, Admr., to Mm, E. T. Davis nnd Mrs. May II. Collins, houso nnd lot Fulton, $2200. It. It. Islor to n. Q. Hale Jr., loU Stephen Smith, ago 21 years, died West Hickman, $832. nt tho homo of his father, J. W. SmltJi J. It. Brown to Hickman Orocery In Went Hlckninn, Tuesday. His Co, lots Old Hickman, $50. death was caused by a rolnpso or measles, or rather typhoid fever Hickman Orocery Co. to II. O. Halo, Young Smith had rewltfch followed. lots Old Hickman, $300. sided In Hlckninn only nbout six J. C nope'r lo W. W. Hrady, lot In months, coming hero rrom Tennessee Fulton. $3250. Ho was employed by tho Mongol Uox J It. Veatch to Mrs. Jonnetto Witt, Co. lot Fulton, $2300. Hurlal will tnko placo today at tho C. Q. Schlenker and B. O. Halo to city cometery. E. Itlco and S. a.Latta, lota In d He U survived by Ida father nnd & Bond Addition. $2900. two sisters. SLIPPERS Hln-sliawMat-Ung- FREE! A BEAUTIFUL ij SUGAR SHELL li:'fl Wur Absolutely Free, No Strings to this offer, we even pay the postage. You cannot buy this for less than $1 at your retail stores. It is made of heavy plate silver. Entire spoon is six inches long, handle is four inches, carved and embossed. This beauti ful spoon is given free to every subscriber to the Hickman Courier and Easter American Farmer. Price $1.40 This offer remains good for only a limited time so send in your subscription now. Rich-mon- I) McNeil Is Very sick Ho has I pueutnoula. Bradley &Parham WEATHER: Unsettled today, Fri day fair and cooler. Address all orders to Hickman Courier, Hickman, Ky. -- )i i li-- wwga " -- ' v. j-.-.'. kwi T ;.;., "- - THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covtri Western Kentack Ltke Iht x20 feet, consldorntlon $10. Vra" Albert Gilbert (col) lot No. 477. size 1Sx20 feet, consideration $U. On Easter A LETTER FROM HOME. SPEER & SEXTON, PUBLISHERS RaUs, Subscription motion the foregoing reports were received, ordered spread upon $1.00 per year the records, published and filed. Soldien of Twtnlytlghth Infan try at Fort Sam Houtton, Tax. AUCTION SALE! -- 03XT The following ordluanco which wis introduced at the called meeting on March 29, was again read, and on Council Proceedings motion was put upon its final and was passed by Uio affirma tive vote of the five Councilman pros-em- . Said ordinance Is in words as Hickman, Ivy., April 3, 1911. follows: The City Council of the 'City, of Council met tu regular session, pros ent Major Dillon, Councllmen Isler, Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follows: Hale, Schleuker, Shumate, l'owoll. to construct, That a right Minutes of last regular meeting, maintain and operate n line of railand called meeting of March -- 9th, road In the City of Hickman. Ky.. on were read and on motion approved Washington street from the Mississipand signed. pi Hlver to the South corporate lino The following accounts were pre of the City of Hickman. Ky., and aonted, properly approved and on mo- over and across the stroots Intersecttion allowed and checks ordered Is- ing with Washington street, and Insued for amounts: tersect said line with such swiches and side tracks as may bo necessary Reynolds, Moss &. Co., lumber $2.35 pas-sag- Saturday, April 22nd m wJtUki k r x mmtf'' Jm m h-V- w A At 2 p. m. and 7.30 p. m. TRf ! y -- 14 M WwrSJm wD 'ml ' .f S St til sS .stsv we will sell to the highest bidder for cnah, some good SEWING MACHINES SKIRT BOXES. DRESSERS HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE Attend the side if you wnnt to buy good goods cheap Sale will be held nt 2:00 p. m. on the corner nenr the Courier office, nnd nt 7:30 p. m. it will be held nt thr Hickmnn Job Shop in the old Photo building, above Stnhr's stable. If it mini will be held at Hickman Job Shop. Home Phone Wv Jfbf M3 A1 . , t Commercial-Appea- l, advertising. . . . $100.00 $31.26 $1.00 .JtS.OO Jno. Wright, street work Ellison Qros., mdso Dr. U P. Haltzor, services.. . ConSlll's Drug Store, indso..f2.2h Easter GENTS FURNISHINGS S,' Bradley ScParham Friday night. Sheriff Johnson and Deputy Sheriff Itob Goaldor nnd Geno Pollock went down to I'hilllppe' Hlekman, nnd Mill, 22 miles below arrested Jnko Moore, a negro who shot Horace Baker on Ash log Kldgo. Monro has beon hiding from Uio officers for somo time. Ho Is In the county Jail awaiting tho May term of Circuit Court. nst 30 Baker Mfg. Co., grader $12fi.C0 Courier Want Column KVTKS I 1. Iteport of City Treasurer for March 1911: 4)ii 1 Dnali III AiHnlirp. ,(.,(.,.4- -f . , i I I' t'rnt ixrVnnl kt Wtrk ! ! General Fund Account. To bal. per Fub. report $S8C C2 To nnit. reed. Jno. Wright.. 1C0.00 To nuiL reed. Tom Dillon Sr.. 91.00 1137.12 By checks paid during Marcli 135.40 TOIt SAI.K Good Timothy liny. A -- II Ieet. Gmd milk cow. tl V. The Everything You Want Grocer: Snow Flake Flour. Beat Meats in the city, 'fresh and tender. Full line of tho celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. FOR SAM:: 11. McG.'Ium.. tfo Bal to credit this account.... $701.72 SHOES and OXFORDS Water A Light Bond Acct. SlOt&.OS .To bal. per Feb. report To amt rocd. Tom Dillon Sr. ... 1G3.C1 Bradley &Parham 1 The Industrial Ieaguo management Informs us that Uioy have already disposed of over $10,000 worth of lots lu their Illnkman addition and havo not really got down to biuUuess, either. i Good mixed hay. FOR SALE: 4ttf Paul Shaw, Statu Line. FOR RKNT: 3 nice rooms. Wright, Harness Shop. A. J. of its business, mSxu ami operate over said railroad, sideBal to credit this account $30S.G9 tracks and switches when so con structed cars and ungliies profiled W, C. Johnson, City Treas. by steam and other ow'or Is hereby The Clerk reported that he bad ex- granted to the Chicago, Memphis & ' ecuted the following deeds to Ceme- Gulf 1 tall road Company, a trunk llin tery Lots and that he holds Supt. railroad, subject to nil the laws of Tom Dillon, Sr., receipt for same: the State of Kentucky thereunto or No. plying, and provided that said n O T. Salmon, east half of Lot B fttiT n1 267, size 20x20 feet, consideration $1G. road shall be so constructed maintained that other tratl and us Claud Hamby, Lot No. 393, size 20 of said, street shall suffer us little inCorrect and terference as possible by the pru Artistic Decoration at dent operation of said railroad Moderate Cost. To the Chicago, Memphis & Gulf or Railroad Company, Its successors and Henry Bosch Company's assigns to havo and to hold forever many peorilo arc now using By Int. paid during March. 900.00 for Uio management $120S.G9 . KTKihsr'hv'rsn - " FOR SALE: Folding Harrows, all sizes. Hickman Hardware Co. FOR SALE: Good hay, timothy and clover mixed. C. 0; Dondurant. iUt tins J on Harry will put nw rubber our buggy. Cull nt bla resW e FOR RKNT Nlco iknco In Host Hickman. Jetsio Outtun. Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. See Mlsa tfc l'Ol'ND: dn fu- - Your Home Hlk's watch charm, on of ball Kamo at Hickman. I 'ay ibis ad and get It. Antiseptics Peroxide Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic Instead of Liquid H FOR 8AL.K or KXCHANOK for a work mule, a No 1 brood mare with filly colt J. M. Linn, State i.ii 2p ALL KINDS of electric tight fix fnncy globes, shades, chande Hers, etc. ou short notice at lowest prices. Go. Wonthorly, at Cumberland Telephone office. Ip turew MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 71 The new toilet germicide powder to be dissolved in water ns needed. For all toilet and hygienic uses it is better and more economical. To cleanse anil whiten the teeth, remove tartar nnd prevent decay. To disinfect the month, de stroy disease germs, and uurifv the breath. To keep artificial teeth nnd brldtrework clean, odorless To remove nicotine mm the teeth and purify the breath after huiolung. To eradicate perspiration and body odors by sponge bathing. The best antiseptic wash known. Relieves and strengthens tired, weak, inflamedeyes. Heals sorethroat.wounds and cuts. 25 and 50 cLs. a 1kt, druirgihts or by mall postpaid. Saui)lu THE PAXTON TOILET CO.,Coton.Mi. II. C. Helm, City Clerk. Tom Dillon, Sr., Mayor. On motion Council adjourned Attest: II. C. Helm, City Clerk. AUest: 3 Wall Papers trtn-clcrc- svw- - Htw York Chkr For the Seaion of Nine n icprrtent the btit the World atfordi book, ikova tt 4 Moil illiidlx piicrt li do tllftiUa M isjy AK Fulton has a big force of men nt work fixing up the grounds for their county fair this fall. It Is a com mendable move; Fulton county should have an annual fair. Since Hickman was not sufficnenUy alive to take hold of the matter, wo aro glad to see Fulton getting busy. I Fulton fans aro delighted: they've succeeded In getting in the Kitty League baseball circuit, and will have their Initial games May 8 17-1- !l 1 Staple i(, Thcr tum4 paickuc. A potul lll mi i. trctlK tmrrint moils. tut Is tiiitt WANTKD: Tainting of all kinds. years oxporlunco. Will furnish Collier's lead nt $7.60 and Unseed oil at 1, ou short notice. I'hone 3241. or uddress M. N. Collins. Hickman. R 3 30 0 WILL DUV 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 Is on the street containing the largest number of homea. Inquire at thli office. & NOT ONE MAN IN FIFTY IS NORMAL :lfi ktlov W. A. D0DDS ti SM ikzl Just about every man that we ever make clothr for hat to have little touches of the tailor's art hrre ami there on his Rarmenls. to make him look JUST RIGHT. another, By fitting him inup.ly at one point anil liutltllnR him up at we can improve a man's appearance wonderfully. Is $$& ,t?i, 8 i ftfrs ifsi gTJH.Yi '&J& Atar. g" V3M irai 0 fif These things cannot be hail unless your clothing TO MEASURE. MADE pszmv Easter Clothing I s Next Sunday being Easter reminds me that you will need a new suit, and it is your duty to consider your best interests and buy your suit to the best advantage. Now, if you are looking for the place to buy the lowest prices, come in and see me. I am willing to share profits with you. All the new patterns in tans, browns, grays, fancy blue and blue serges can be found. Also a complete showing of hats, both wool and straw, Shoes, Furnishings, Trunks and Suit Cases. It will pay you to investigate my prices. M FOR SALE: Ilenutlful home ou th hill, desirable locality, splendid neighborhood, no dust, largo lot 7Cxl60, Including garden and chicken yard and out housos, also orchard. House has 7 rooms, 1 hall and three porches, In first class repair. A bargain for Apply at this office, tf Uio price Ono of Uio big construction crews working on tho bolt lino of Uio N. C ft St. It., moved Its camp directly south of Southern Heights Saturday. The concrete crow has also finished a big concrete culwirt at tho same place. Tho biggest lot of blasting ami grading on tho route Is In he done near tills camp. L. V. Ellison swore out a warrant before Judge Nnylor last weuk, charging F. S. Moore with assault and battery. Mr. Mooro wnhed examining trial, and tho matter will go before Uio May grand Jury. WE sort of pride ourselves on this particular branch of tailoring and are walling to extend this advantage to YOU. Talk the clothing question over with us some day. find it decidedly worth while. You will Si Schmidt, The Tailor rEJ Methodist Church. At Uio Methodist Church next Sunday. Sunday School Master service at 9 I r a. m , nt 11 n m Mister senlces, prcothlng by the iastor, llov. (1. V. Wilson He will preach nlsn at ) 7 If! p. m Tomorrow evening, eh he will at the Chapel lu KaM Hickman Cordlnl Invitation Is givou for all these services. Quarterly meeting will bo hold ou April 23 nrwl 21, by Dr. V. A. Freeman. 1'resldlng Hlder. IIu will preach morning and evening on tho 23rd, and bold Quartorly Conference at 7:ir p. m., Monday the 21th. Tho Union City District Conference will l held In Obion, Tenn., April 2C2S. (Hrl-daypr-n- Easter is i I? Our stock of Furniture, Rugs, Window shades, I.aco curtains, Refrigerators, stoves and etc Is complete wo snvo you money. Easy payments. St. Louis Furnishing Co. Incorporated. Mat-ling- BBSSBSSk SSH, 0t - s. Tho charge of hog stealing ngiilunt Tom Morgnn was dismissed lost wek by Judge Naylor, there not being sufficient evidence. homo In Nntfhvllle, Mondny, J SHilMilBiMSMIHISMaSi Don't forget about our 4th of July Mrs. Mabel Truhy returned to her colebralJon. IOt'u get busy. VVS5Z fien. II. A. Tylor tells us that tho two weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. MEN'S FINE- - SHOES coming reunion at Little Hock promII. N. Cowglll. ises to ho ono of Uio most enjoyablo Willie Amberg, uho Is attending a occasions In the history of tho vet collego ut Ann Arbor, Mich., spout erans. Llttlo Hock will give tho old several days here this week with his war horses a swell reception. mother. The choir ot Uio Methodist church Miss Gladys Uonthol has returned will furnish special music for' Easter Andrew Hicks died at his homo In from Howling Oreen, where alio has senlces next Sunday Tliat means Clinton, Sunday. beon attending school. a treat to all who may attend. after a Bradley&Parham UJalLL-,MuU&- &