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The Hickman courier: April 13, 1911 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 hic1911041301_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: April 13, 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. JPWJW'fM mm -- . w- - - j0 " Stubbs .. Vlnrn LENTIST .... ,q is the Team that Pulls tne LamtiiBrcial d, Win up VI THE HieKMAN COURIER. Vip 'i A BLUE MARE HEBE Kenew promptlr II JiiO want the paper to come to ron alter tbti moiuh roar tab mini thaihae expired orlptlon iiui of huue The Courier han a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the Axles of Your Wagon, , NO.no VOLUME bTFAR IN WESTERN KUNTUOJCT Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE NO. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1911. ARMY IN 2(100 ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1HBU f HENRY L MYERS. WITH TEXAS. Rev. McGarvey Dead. Itev. W. J. McGarvey, Jr., who conducted a revival meeting at thu Christian Church In this cly Just a bout a year ago, died at Dyersburg, Tenn , Wednesday of last week, of appoplexy. Deceased was conducting a meeting at Dyersburg at tho time of his death. HLs home was nt Mayfleld. While In Hickman he mode many friends who will bo shocked to learn of his demise. He was undoubtedly a good man, nud had faithfully devoted his life to the uplift of humanity. ,, Wtt Benelor From Montana, Hat Dton on tha Bench. In Line For Vaccination and Pitching Camp Tente. Ml i? Mi I i JmL I f2 I ' Christian Church. Hegular morning services by Pas Easter Cantata at the evening service, beginning at 7:30. cordial invitation is extended to all. A tor Slberell. KJJ, I I Good Ad for Town. The Courier has succeeded in making up an order of 80,000 souvenir or envelopes, "booster" which have been bouglit by our business men. The set of three will show 15 views In nnd around Hickman as follows: Fulton County Court House. Glimpse of Iteelfoot Lako. View of Clinton street. Illrd's eyo View of Town. Steamer Unloading Freight. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Plant. Hickman Entertaining Pres. Taft Approach to Rivorvlew Park. $10,000 Carnegie Library. The Mongol Box Factory. Busy Day at Cotton Gin. Hickman Wagon Co. Plant. Hickman From the Itlver. Hickman College Building. Cotton Awaiting Shipment. Besides these views, there is descriptive matter 011 the back of each lulling the world about Hickman. Use UfSnf " In" 'writing to "your friendai Thoy cost no more than blank ones 10c n package. Each packogo contains 2fi envelopes and all the views. If you want them moiled to your address, enclose 2c for postage. The Hickman Courier. llev. W. II. Elliott, of Sulphur, Ky., 1. R M Notice in Bankruptcy. In tho District Court of tho United States, for tho Western District of Kentucky. In the Matter of William A. liaukmpt. In Hankruptcy. To tho creditors of William A. of Hickman, in tho county of Fulton, and district aforesaid, a bankrupt. Notice Is horeby given that on the fourth dny of April, 1911, tho said William A. Hlnshnw was duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that tho first meeting of his creditors will bo held at the law office of K. S. Moore, In Hickman, Ky., on tho ISth day of April 1011. nt ton o'clock In tho forf-noon, at which time the said creditors may attend, prove tholr claims, ap point a trustee, oxnmlno tho bankrupt. and transact .such other business as may projierly come before said meetHIn-shaHIn-sha- Hickman Won. I talent m rvirMWii! local dUHMmd Itteat Ttim t.iu, tw In lllrkHMtn U- MMMpliU. of th (Southern m ami MlHiiaHillN, dMmpliMiB Iwm-UiI- I v '! pOR i t u. !fH l -- - a larg al At AMrtcn Aietootatlon. nudlonce. pluy-- d your Easter clothes youl can't do better than come to us for caMM wfll Ionic be KiMMWml wl ! -- u.Ji i i ".a i, pantailar uport WHHAriui, m tho flreeC rtally pro mm that wj ever m Uworii and Mtfil mow an WacMv'l. prl Hart Schaffner fine suits. 1 & Marx Ferris. ltuHian. Ciymur, awl lout but not UrfH-'!- . J..i Cajrtlllon, who hat b publk In tlio capacity of mmmiot mimbar of ywirw and w!m h4 ' a fortune or two cwt of A.iuMk. '' You'll be dressed right and you'll find such l clothes the real economy. Suits $ 8 and up " will It nMimmbortNl na hating ixrftirnwd lforo a lllaknmn nndleiu.t'latav, ah Indian pitcher. trtHtlil in- ntxl with tho inception of IHIU- - - (hI "i (, Less exclusive makes at $1 0, $1 2.50 and $15, the strongest values you ever saw for the money. Newest styles in Hals, Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery and all Men's Furnishings. ing. W. P. LEE, Itofereo in Bankruptcy. MtTVOlMHtftut pltclxtl lukJiic On-i:m- tell until tho MvmUi WadduH itiakltiR unoUiwr secretary State Missionary Society, Don't take our word; try us. Furniture Co. IMWHlMm.1 h. r. wo mlWd to to Hop nny jioaalbLt r4tni iMiir-Tti- oocupled the pulpit Church last Sunday, at Uie Christian . twini In rotHMMil of "'ur nUKHiv hikhI pin) piu. HMtl for a ' in. it mhiii1 tlidt thor wiMilit nrtiK' 'f iHoliily tiki lh-- Imp l to.- - Uiynl .Mllinonolhi rootT fall SMfllin, of MumplilM, ktHMhi-i- l ' Ml mil f tlui lot. MejtnphtM .11 v. ... , iiiiiii , ( ia !, SMITH & AMBERG AEROPLANE IN .,,1, Boyt' Clotlice. S r . ...7 ' ' " - antlllon linn a bunflh or Imll plav iimt will bo linnl lo down nt any hi. in l .UiiilU.n link IiIh liiiixli of l'K'l of tint Knui( lileti wpII waiioii "U ln i. In ii Uih (wIiib)I of lnilall fXpi'il luiv iii M- iiiiln- - I'niln mi. - I'll' "' In lilllKl 'I. I'l iv two wlio flKllt lo win tinlll thr I'" "l,lv "'" I'1'1 Kuril Hplrlt will uln mjikIh Ih out i"" '' Villi piiiKtt mIivii link Ih down on mI MlMt oIK.li- - ttitilill t- THE ARMY d Willi ixtpcct. there was a vein of ridlculi' riinnliiR through the dopo that our rltlreiiH did not like Ili Flight at Sen Antonio Show he Value In Heoonnoltering. I" Hut next year, we want to outer tain toe Minneapolis Club wiiln, and Illckuian'B horipllallly linn never yet beou qiiaAlJoned. Tho lugredlonta are ou thu carton. coiitalnn no habit producing drugs, and always gives satisfaction. Look for thu boll 3. ou tho Ilottlo. Dr. Dell's y I I'l J V pCX TAKE A PEEK WBifeA as you )nss I M lf.k A..r. ii.... nt. Il.l.itv n ........ .u itj uiui tu.llb Lu fairitldl. tho home. St. U111I3 Furulshliig Co. Incorporated. i . iRSI the store- 1 trtfiftw1 SHOb 0 Smith & Amberg MostStyIcs$5.00 you'll sec just what you want in the New Florsheim Styles we arc showing -- if you don't ' we've got it (fay 0 . jS in our stock SStiRG arc 1000 to '" ii Mrs. V. A. Johnston returned Sundiiy from relatives nt llrownsvlllo, were nccoinpanled homo and children a visit with TVnii. They by Aire. I John-clou'- s m a Mann, who will spend n few days In Hickman. sister, .Miss Culls 1 " - "Ilv mm a MlHAlsfllppI route. recruit going tin- Ike that wjis hero from Hayofl-llleMonday. Mr. DoUon tells us he has over BO ncres of cotton Del-eo- n , 3Ji!iSvV ?; a matter of as much concern to him as your gown or suit is to you. If you'll come here and see the extraordinary values we are offering in " PERFECTION " clothes, you'll save yourselves a lot of worry. They have the perfect fit and snappy styles that makes such a difference in clothes. ground ready for planting. Also that many fanners of that section, who hnvo never before raised cotton, nre full preparing to raise a crop this year. hl Your Boys Easter Suit is ery cltUon and overy effort wan iiuide to entertnln the player. IHcU-magot a wholo lot of free advertlu-luand wmo nxistliiK t the hnmU uf some eretwhllo sport writers who could think of no bettor dope with which to preserve tholr mwil tickets WhUo the town lu gouoral wiu treat During thalr stay In llleknmii .prlng the twin Hindu frloiuU with g Isn't It nbout time, and In tho natural order of things, for Postmaster J. T. Stephens to add n concroto pout milking outfit to his concroto block' laotory7 These nro coming Into general use, and Hickman Is tho finest placo 011 eaith to make them. Sand and Inbor nro plentiful and freight rates am O. K. for bringing In cement and sending out tho finished product. Prices $1.50 to $8.50 SMITH & AMBERG tSpw jtmm yxfmfV'-- Wfimmi An Important Link. GOOD OPS ARE INDICATED Commissioner of Agriculture Issues Report The Store to Which People Naturally Look Frankfort. IndlcaUoiia point to a food crop year, nocoiding to reports received by the commissioner of agriculture and embodied In the first spring crop report, Tlio iiort given out contains the following: "The weather during the month of March lias been favorable for farm work. Thoie has been n groat deal of plowing done, some communities re lortIug 75 per cent of tlio ground broken up. The rainfall during the winter has been outnclent to Keep the small grain In good condition, bur has not been heavy so that the ground is breaking up in excellent condition This is one indication of a good crop this year as it Is of very great minor tanoe to have a good seed bed before planting. "The warm weather In February and tho first of March followed by the freezes later lias rosulU-- In tho teaoh orop being killed and the apple crop also will bo very light in a great many sections of tho state. The damage to tho other fruit croja can liardly bo determined yet." TELLS STORY Mail for the New, the Different, the Better Sort of Merchandise is the Place to do Your Easter Shopping An invitation is issued to all whoTjiave delayed their Easter Shopping until now to view our Easter showing of the season's accepted styles in all lines. 7 Your P"- OF BANDITS. rifftrrrr Carrier of Long Standing Arrest ed Charged With Robbing Mails. J. J. Thomas, for sixteen Easter Hat T charged with robbing the malls of 11,000 in currency, lie was held under bond. Thomas h&a made no admissions to the poMoe. The suspected man bears a good reputation, and during his long service has carried thousands of dol lanu, with never an Irregularity. He H o5 years old, married, and Uvea with his wife and several children la Marlon. special juago u U Walker arrived here earlier than was expected and opened the April term of circuit court. The new judge made a most favorable impression In the prelim inary work of the court, especially in his charge to the grand Jury. He laid no special stress on any one aubject unless It was bribery In elec tions and the maintenance of unhealthy nuisances in cities. He said he knew nothing about conditions In this city and county, but he presumed that prac tically the same conditions existed here as in some of the counties In his district. He told the Jury that in his district he always advised the grand jurors to divide themselves up Into committees and each committee could walk about the city and see what un healthy nuisances were bolng main talned; that tho health of the com munlty was as Important as any other one thing, for more people died from tho result of unhealthy backyards and bad smelling places than from the use of deadly weapons. Bribery In Elections. Ho dwelt at some length on the sub ject of bribery In elections and said that many prominent men seemed to look lightly upon the crime of con tributlng money to steal and debauch elections; that the very men who con tributed money to steal elections would be insulted and knock a man down if he suggested a contribution to steal a horse, yet the two crimes were equal In the eye of the law. Reports have been received from W. H. Strange, organizer, that he haa or ganized boys' clubs In Estill, Lee, Powell and Marlon counties aad haa raised in each county a neat sum to bo used for prizes for the young corn growers. In Marlon county 200 was raised among the citizens and Mr. will be given away as prizes. Strange Is going to many counties and expects to form clubs in at least CO counties. corn-growin- g years mall carrier between Marlon and Salem, was arrested In the letter town. Salem. WkJs 1T1MA) blow New Judge Makes Good Impression. careg nM' i thai from the tiniest toque to the plume swept picture hat they are here. Our department, on the balcony, seems an inexhaustible place of beauty, for recent large acquisi- )CS tions have been made to meet the ihSi)0ise Easter demand. comes We know it to be the most variecl and complete showing we have CtT7lTS nnrl 4ir lnw nfiVoo r -- Tho Chlcugo Memphis & CJuir road will bo extended from llicku Uirough Pulton, Hickman, Cur Ilallnrd and McCmckon coimin Paducnh. Amended nrtlcluu of n porutlon providing for tills uxtm of tho lino havo boon filed with Stuto railroad communion and Secretary of Ktat.t llrunor. This now mllroud will open Ui.t tlon of Kentucky along tho Mum, , pi lit or that luui been ho lon Uot-of a mllroud Hue, and wn k JHnluculi direct coiiiwctlou wiUi M phut by u uhorlor routo Uwii u , vlded by any of tho other rum , j running out of that city. It u a connecting link between t hu Ht IjuIm und MouiphU, und win volop un out truly now territory Thin U a rich agrioutturul n und a territory thai u In f Ultloiuily railroad Hur, ore uru now engaged lu locating routo, iuhI until their work it . pIvUM definite Information iu t exact courno to bo taken Will be ,j lug. It la uxpetittMl Uinl tho Hlon from Urn Hlato lino to lluku. will bo completed koou and i traiiut will bo running Into Mkku in May. Tho llurllmiloa railroad a luonltui Ofco completed uu exu-i- , from Ilorrln, 111., to tttclto iiiiIch below I'aducnh i prcixuiiiK to build a bridge a tho Ohio river at MHrooli. i (ho couipU.tlou of which too na.l . bo brought Into raducah, to wt. city It u iUrviiIy operating tn, intiint by iihiui of trautfer U. llwro lias been inueh ioulatioi, io whiti routo tlio IturlliiKlon wu. ijikc on 1U tony touth and Umi -den activity on tlio part or tint Iiah to Uio HiiniibH) Umi will bo tho coiuiurtliiK link by Ui tlu Hurlliutlou will bo oxU.iul.-.- i ii wuy to tho (Julf. It in tin- - mom liiiportuui railru iltat ha iMtMi projeoted In JuiLmu liux-hasfor vral ytivra aud . Im lutlltd with RladlioMi by Ui. i pie or Umi mtvorul couiiibti whhit . tai-Uill-e ml u i I wdll lruvrvu. - tOT'SCu rrU WJH surprise you. Tho prollmliutry urvty from Hickman taki tticiu up Ihr.m, ' Hollow," parnlkdliic h- ' t &. HI I.. Uilt lino. After KHn,. wdl otit from lllckiiuiu. It 1m proUi. tlul Iht-- will follow a ntmlcht .i to MetroMdU. III. Thoy will l.. riinton. mi J norurnl llttl.i Uirg riprliu;hlll, Arllo, Cunulnxhaiu. (Iroliainvlllo, iilHiklrllle ai. HU-op- i Accessories to the Easter Gown Just little things, but things that count for much when it is desired to add the final touches to the toilet. ICikmUlkIou. Aloftcow hojHtl to bo on tho n. , Ill-but will b mUiMid a fow inlW. At any rat.i, Hickman U tho IokI. "blK low on tho now road and wn bo their IxtU bimliiHiM (Mkint om1ii l. Uio river Jtiiiotiou aixl n uu Hon. if Easter Miscellaneous Pretty Bar Pins to fasten the Jabot. Necklaces and Chain as accessories to one's blouse. New Belt Pins and Belting. Bandeaux Combs and Barrettes, the newest and most effective styles of hair accessories-eith- er plain or studded with Rhine stones. Sff Parasols Easter comes so late this year that the weather is sure to be pleasant and fashion says we are to carry Parasols. Stockings To harmonize with Easter toilets. Hundreds of pairs of new stockings have lately arrived. Plain and embroidered silks, fine lislcs and sturdy cottons. Our Spring line received this week and they are beauties. IHlRt TV Handkerchiefs of sheerest linen and daintiest embroidery, a line that you'll not fail to admire, and all at such reasonable prices. Easter Gloves All the new shades in the new silk gloves arc now on sale. The celebrated "Niagara," made in 12 and 16 button length. Buy early while your size is here. Job Is Only For Year. Atty.-GeBreathitt delivered a written opinion In which liu holds that tlio Htate board of forestry and immigration can not trtect a secretary of the ertato fair for a longer term than one year. Under tuts ruling Terry M. Shy becomes secretary and J. W. Nuwinan will lose out. n. MEN'S FINE SHOES Easter Dresses Different and Exclusive Dresses of Silk, dresses of lin every one expressive in ornament. Through touch of style that makes Marquesette, dresses of Musof the new in line, in color, the entire collection runs a them different and exclusive. New Spring Line of Brad ley & Pa rh a m W. T. Younger, of DonaldBou I'olnt was hero Monay. Ladies and Childrens Oxfords We are exclusive Hickman agents for the celebrated E. P. Reed's fine shoes for women. The popularity is proven by the many new customers we are making daily, all due to the fact that they are the right shoes for the best trade. We show them in black and tan suede, black and brown velvet, patent leather and gun metals, white canvas, etc., all sizes and widths $2.00 to $4.00 Children's patent leather, ankle straps, $1.00 to $2.50 House Clerk a Kentucklan. South Trimble, of this city, was tBionlmouely elected olerk of the national house of representatives. Mrs. V. A. HlnHlinw lias returned from a vlult In Charleston uivd Va I'ralrlo. Lyon's has returned nddyvlllo, Ky., after n pleanaai visit to Minn .Mario Hrovnrd. Mlas .Maybello Io A man by tho iiamo of Porklns who hna boon working on tho Moiigol derrick at Donaldson I'olnt, Mo., wan wrloimly InJuriMl rly Monday morn lug and brought hero Monday nftur noon on a kuhoIIdo boat to thn home of IiIh HlHtcr, Mrs. Will (Irliuo, In WtiHt Hlckmun, whore ho could Ke medical ntt4ntlon. Tlint mornliiK he had Htnrted to work In tho wooln "BwninpliiK," and lu utfcmptlnK to tako u loir from n wagon', ho got IiIb foot caught In a chain nnd wa ilniggod ncraso Uio wagon with great force, falling wltli bin head between n lo; nnd tho chain. Ho watt Injur ed In Uio head, nock mid chest, and la la a crlUcal condition. t loan Academy of Political and Social Bclenoe to bo held in Philadelphia R. C. Stoll, Lexington; April Judge O. H. Waddle, Comerset; Herman D. Newoomb, Loutavlllo; James It. Barret, Henderson; Bernard Flexner, I.oulsTllle, and Dr. T. LIndaey IJlayney, Danville, All these have signified an Intention of attending the meotlog, and it is expected that tboy will take a prominent part In tho exercises, especially Dr. Blayney, who probably will deliver an addroaa. 7-- delegates to the meeting of the Amor Tho following have been appointed Lovely Spring Coats Coats suitable for every kind of wear, from the short jacket to the beautiful Pongee coat, with big collars and revers of contrasting satin. Tell Your Neighbors When in need of a cough medicine to It la use Dr. Bell's the best. Look for the bell on the ' 8 BoUla. SMITH & AMBERG TV Reelfoot Claims. on the mutter pending before thu llli uneo UnslHluturo will o with roforoncu Unroot ut.iwiw ui.l) Judge Allison, In uu reporter, wild y " - iimithy Flint, who uncut ten or ill rt .i( yvin up ami down I ho MImaU i lH.'Jt the winter of lhU ..1.1)1 tulloy, Now .Mud rid, uiid wroto ono of ai i,, iifHt uccounU ot llio forniutlou of It wluul luku und of tho uiLrtlniuuku iJil that 1 over lieurd. hi Una ,juk ho utiiUirt Uiut lliu Congress of i tutted UlaUw i;iK.d uu uct, ul . ing lU! those iHjrnoiu, whooo land ul it!ii delro)ed by the formation uihI thu eurlhiUaku ko i IU1(im)1 nlur Ulioii a llVu iiiunllly of other , riuucnt land uiid receive Umiiii hi ,. u of tho land dertroyed .Now, it might bo v,orth Uio while to lmo llio 'leiuuuiaeo ,u t xotuiiiutlou iiiudo of Uiu IuihI of in Wuxhlngtou, twpi-4- . lully tho MttitlH of lint land oMIou in WuM. i iuiiftti(.-o- . lo iiuctiTUUii if liny of ponton, whotm luixln were de imh' , y y .i , Mtfcds. i) iiuu and receive other hinds lit lieu i tliotw dtro)cd, for If thej did, l Would bo Ill'iMjUlUblo to UUoW tile .i.ik'ouIuiiU of itiooo oilglnul claim land huu, who way imto rucoltt-iuhu the goturuuioiit, In lk-t- l of Ihuie Otiro)i'd, to claim mid relvo tout l iiKulloii lor tbo laltda lonl lo (lie hoso uuctt'loru col but for tliuui lu other coemuniit .noted by the did vim-- r m what tho luVenttouUou might UimJomj 1 uiu not ublo lo Kiy. but iui ttu lull of Congrtttit pointed, iiwru Uiuui to rwluibunx) Uiuin HtlowUm Jut iu out of otter government land Uniou City Cojiiuii'tx'Ul. Clean up your uruuihuut IVrrt'll Kullhuii Marfleld. Will Cook, unl lant wik lu nt tk. of MayfMd, wa here MUa Uidlo ISimiy, or Uulou City, wo horti Thursday. Hand picked Wblpporwill Hardware Co. l'w-llk'k- uau Hub Waller, of Oilmen, itMut kut Thursday lu lllckiuuu. uud Secondhand gouda bought, re paired old ht tbt lllrkmau Job Hbo). hold IS. lliy JMauFalr this yar will Ikj hi" iuIYllli! from tii. II to - rk' 11m Kituliirky Mrdlcal Hookt) Mill uici'l lu raducnli Ootobur 21, 2f mid SC. ' , vt V -- I & -- ' Mn. I.0UU1 Kllmtrlck awl baby, Mt'injihla, aru vbtltiiiK bur Mr. and Mm. 1.. 1'. KUbou. MLm of parviiUi, 4yv . i. aa V ' 1 J Rff.swr ..mtr ' ijjwjv - w w.- -- fcO f -- - (yimmj., " vx-p- wade in Syracuse. . ii Xlr. nixl Mr. Mack UlancoM and AjiuIo Mu)' IMy, of Muyfhild, ftura In llkkiiiau lunt lliurt-day Good It will U. U Wulk.ir niMl wlf, MJkm HfiUi Walkor, Mbm Frank) o Hold uud llur.h Ollvor, Mviit lo Cruli;' UiikIiih:, Mo, .Monday. lant Htk, WlK-u'uiau promlws lu a varulusH inoiiK'ut to "love, honor and cIhtIhIi" u uoiiinn, U glviti hliu u o1d hUiH-to uako up and find that tills Include laylntf for hor baU. News of New Clothe for the Spring 1911 1 Somehow a woman mu lako thu ht--r htiHbiitid bun roblKd a bank or hrokuu a limb much mora calmly limn ulio onu thu nuwn that ho baa boon noon with a blonde. nowB Uiat If you want a man to propoao don't try lo inako your family coddlo hliu Mako thorn hutu him, bocauwo a man novor roally "tukos bold" until somebody bi'filiut Ui pull tho otiior my and ua low G OA nud wo will Kindly compare tbimo irtnK HultH with any prolucil by a merchant tailor, oven thoao cutillni; moru than twice thu prlro of our iinnonLH. Bulllvau llros. probably be interesting to you to learn that our Spring Suits are here, plenty of them. Good dressers who aim for exclusiveness are invited to inspect our selection of clothes made by W. S. Peck & Co. The models are distinctive and the fabrics are unusually attractive. In quality, style, fit, finish and price we were never better able to guarantee satisfaction to the most exacting patron than we are today. Will you pay us a visit before you form an opinion or place your order elsewhere ? $ 8 to $25 Other makes $9.25 to $ 6.50 1 I'rlcta an hluh ut I4 A GENTLEMAN'S HABERDASHERY It's the trtaty little " fixings " that give the finishing touch es to a man's dress you'll find here Neckwear, Hand wear, Socks, etc. CORRECT HEADWEAR The hat that was made to look well on your head is here new shapes, new shades, right styles, and also the right prices. V. A. llltuihaw, ferryman of UiU city, lin flli-a K)titlon in bankruptcy. Ilia UibllittoM aro given nt l2,22b.C0, and hU anHcta not oxompt r la at Jl.OO. HU Uirgoat Mra. Lucy llliuihaw, wIiohu clntma roach J7.000. Baltzer & Dodds Dry Goods Co. INCORPORATED Cardo of color, rod, will bo furubih-on nppllcutlon, TJioho can bo hun out whero driver will know Uml dwlro Ico. l'leaso tot a card nud It will guarauteo you leu on thu first trip arouiul tia thu drlvorn aru in-- t rue ted to watch for tho uh;u. Hickman Ico & Coal Co. ).i Another Bunch Of Lots, l In tho town lot Tliero aro npptoxlmntoly ar.OO unoccupied lotH In Hie various now nildHloim to tho city of Hick-man- . nud milled to tlita IiIk buudi of lota coiiicA Mr. Dodds with nn mldl-tloIt limy ho tho fnd to bo connected with n now addition proposition, hut most of us would wondor If Hut Uio tiling can't ho over-donnot bo with 8. I. Ho linn tho Hold lo hiuiwlf, and Ifl Rolling lota right along. Tula la explained by tho fact that Col 8. IiiihIiuws. U loltla J. A. Mnoro nixl family, who havu bcon roRldhiK In Ilnyvlllo, Ui., for sovornl montliH, nnd who hnvo boon visiting Mr. Moore' parcntn, Mr. nnd Mra. Qua Mooro, loft Thiirsilay nlRlit for LouIhvIIIo, where they will niako their fiituiv homo. Mr. Mooro lion finished tho construction of tho now plant nt Hayvlllo, which Ih made of concioto. Mr. Monro will bo superintendent of ono of tho factories lu Louisville. Mr Doddi)' addition Ih oxduslvol) for llovca his addition will prow benefl-c'a- l of to both colors; It will put tho It Ih located Just mKrooa. the old paint ftliop, and contains negroes lu a colony Instead of havfit) or 70 lotH. The other new addi- ing them as "squatters" scattered tions u ro oMn to white folks only throughout the town It Is also an TJio Dodds Addition Ik opon to established f ict that Uio negro makes n better cltlzt n If he owns his homo. only. eat were The transient or floating negio pops of ulation furn'bh about the troublesome element. Our better and moro Industrious clnsti of negioes are taking right to tho new addition proposition. Tho solvo becauso wlilte folks genornllr terms mndo to thorn Is 5 per cont of control tholr nurroundlugs nnd the tho purchase price down and $3 a iugro luul to ffnd nu Isolated npot month until tho balance Is paid. no home It wns loft for Mr This Is within reach of any negro or Dodda to figure out a plan. Ho Uu- - who workaj those who don't work While additional hulldlug Rltnfl ImIuk looked after for while folks lu u corrcdiiomlliii; ineiuuro to tho town'H growth, no one was looking nfter our negro citizenship. It was a problem they woro hoi plena to nlno-t.mlli- uo C E. Davis left Friday for Louisought to huvo the steam bouncer put ville. under them. Wo believe In giving the good neHand picked Whlpporwlll Peas. gro n show, we need hliu and ho Hickman Hardware Co. needs us, but tho lazy, Insolent, W. A. Illnshaw was In Taducah and negro ought to have only one hour to get off tho municipal Charleston on business kiBt week. deok or throw him overboard. . MLh.i LucIIu Hondurant has been visiting friends In I'aducah this week. To havo a fluo healthy complexion Ike Sullivan, of Mayfleld. visited the liver must bo active, the bowels regular and tho blood pure And this his brothers, Orvls and Torrell Sulll-to- u last week. Is brought about by using IIKRHINK. It thoroughly scours tho ller, stomao and bowels, puts the body In fine con Wo invite you to call oarly and ditlou and restores that clear, pink aeo what wo havo for you In mens. uud whlto complexion so much by ladles, l'rlco DOc Sold by boys and young mens suits. Our pric es will Hurprlso you. Sullivan Uros, Ulckinau Unit; Co. g d rJ " t ' - t THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME They Will Gome Back, Three families have moved to lllckmnn in tho pant thirty days from Oklahoma the land of promise It Is Inherent In human nature for with their men to bo dissatisfied surroundings nnd Fulton county people are not entirely exempt. Every now nnd then wo meet a good man who Is disgusted with our county, from some cause, who sells out hU proprety and moves away to Oklahoma, Arkansas, or some of over exploited country "wliorw there Is a chance for a poor mnn to mako n for tune " When they reach tho new "Garden of Eden" they flml the same conditions exist as In Fulton county, with the additional draw back that tho soil Is poor ami rocky, the lnud Is subject to drouths nnd tho crops are always short from some cause They then remember the rich fertile fields In this county, where rain or shine, fair crops are reasonably certain, but they stick to their new home for a year or so, nshnmed lo mow back here, nnd finally glu In, come Kick, and settle down perfectly satisfied. Iet Uie "prodigal sons re turn," they are welcome. For the stomach nnd bowul disorders of babies McGEES 'IIAIIY EMXIER Is a remedy of gemilu merit It arts quickly, Is pure, wholesome and pleasant to take Price 2&c and COc per bottle Sold by & lllckmnn Drug Co. Dog Walks 140 Ml es to Reach Favorite Spot Benlnd Butcher Shop Stove. IfiQ KING a&ByA ssamMsLy IHE1D w jp.w-YOU can't imagine how much a the night's rest when you wear pleasure is added to pair of Pajamas soaked underwear to thee soft comfortable Rarments is like a cold pluiiRe when the thermometer's at 97; it's really exhilarating. You'll find a good variety of these pajamas at our store toulect from fine fabrics, elegantly trimmed j beautifully made. You can get a suit a cheap as one dollar but you ought to nay at least $1.50 or $2.00 limine the pleasure ou Ret from the better fabrics is well worth the difference in price. 5 The change from the perspiration Bradley & Parham I JIL -- s ,- - Jf-- A JH II If you're ever fait tho pangs of homonlckness and rmvo longed for tho quiet of a small town In contrast to tho hustlo nnd buatlo of n 11r city your sympathy will go out to Dewey, a white bulldog who, pining for his personal soft spot behind a moat mnr-ke- t stove In La Crosso, Wis., walked the entire distance from St. I'aul to that city A letter from La Crosse tells of the arrival there of tho dog, which Is the property of Oscar llaum, a St. Paul moateuttcr, who formerly lived In the Wisconsin city Dewey Is now sleeping behind the stovo In tho moat market In La Crosso, which his master formerly owned Although Mr. Haum brought tho dog to St I'aul In tho express car of a fast limited train and offered him all kinds of Inducements and delicacies not to bo had in a small town. Dewey was not happy. He ran away and appeared unexpected at his old home. Wagging his short tall furiously, he scratched and whined for admittance. The 140 miles ho had tramped had made him footsoro and weary. His tongue was hanging far out of his mouth and he was panting. Dewey'a eyes were bright, howeor. and he was not too tired ti yawn in a friend ly manner at his old trusted friend, the market cat. When his master telephoned from St. Paul that ho would go to La Crosso to get htm tho gaunt little fighting pet was sleeping tho peaceful Between his sleep of tho weary paws was a discarded bone, and the satisfied grin on his battle-scarreface told more plainly than words that ho preferred a meager bone In La Crosso to porterhouse steak In St. Paul. DRUGGIST, THE MEANEST MAN Woman ShoDDer Finds Many Thlnoi to Complain of In Drug Store. n tf ll X ' f m IM It is pur sorvE 111 v. fake ore oi H?e f uhir r veil aia.nr to ComiUM vunLi OUR BflfiK til L li" C"". II the man or woman who looks ahead and provides for the future that gets along, and part of that looking nhend, nnd a great deal of thnt providing can come only from a hank nccount. Arc you looking ahead? Modern Charity. met a raged beggar, and lianded him a cvnt and said: "Don't buy u keg or a flask of S. Fruuient Should you, In lurid living, expend this use ful sum, 'twill mako me balk at Kit In to others who may come Don t wiste In evil courses the een I fr'ly gave, but husband your resources and Uke a nun behave. One cent may grow to many, If not burned up or drank; so do not blow your innv but put It In tho bank. I'd gladly Kite n dollar, but It would go for gin and J 011 would whoop nnd hollernnd coin would run you In. So take this cent ami hoard It, and when you hnre a stack, and amply can afford .t, perhojis you'll pay mo back." "1 wish jou'd disconnect )our Jawbones," the begar said; "I'to llaltui-eto your lecture until I'm nearly dead. One foot In me'a been driven, from Moston to Dim Moines: The more of wind that's given, tho loss there 1 of coins." I d The Peoples Bank Wilt Appreciate Your Business. I Rexall Remedies I 1 II II b KING OF ALL as the name would imply, with a .national reputation. I I I H nicKman urug vo. INCORPORATED -- - - $15.00 stamp, please. "Give me a two-cer Here's a bill It's the smallest I have what, haven't you any more convenient change than all that sliver? I can't carry that about with me. Well, the Ideal Are you supposed to be running a drug store, or what? Let me use your telephone. No free 'phone? Well, this le the Jumping off place, I must say. If I have to drop a nickel In III have to havo change please give me change bllL for this "Well, they don't answer Of all tho service! Is thore a city directory here? Where? For goodness sake, this Is last year's directory haven't you a new one? Huht dive me a lit tle piece of licorice root for the baby to bite on. Wby, this seems wormy haven't you a smooth piece? How do you sell your magatlnes?. No, I don't want to buy one we subscribe for alt she good ones, and you don't seem to have those. I'll Just read this one 'while I'm waiting for a friend O, and please give me a bottle, holding about so much. What five cents? You don't moan to tell me that you charge for empty bottles? I 'know, but when a person has been shopping all over your store. It seems to me you might be a little accommodating about little things like-B-aby I Put'that thermometer downthrow It down nt once! It might poison you. There I'm glad It was only a cheap thing, or you might have wanted me to pay for It because she tfmasbed it. Thank goodness, there's my carl Will you please hold the door open till we get out?" nt ten-dollafive-dollwldc-mouth- Farm Loans make loans at 5 per cent, interest on lands located in Obion and Weakley Counties, Tcnn., and Fulton County, Ky., in sums of $1,000 or niorcon first-claimproved farms. I ss Loans made on fifty acres or more on five years time with privilege to borrower of paying name after one year in full or making any size partial payment desired nt intervals of 6 months after one year" from date of loan, interest being stopped on partial payments For All Skin Dlseasea . Dr. Bell's Antlscptlo Salte la tho best It Is a creamy snow whlto ointment pleasant to use and every box U guaranteed. Price 25c. At all dealers. 8 Tho Pad u cah names no name but imyi: The Congrseslun nl raco in the First district is becoming a matter of serious discussion and will doubtless assuuio soiuu prominence on tho lolltlcnl man. As vit only three candidates aro looked upon as certain to seek the osltlon of Representative James, and as all three aro men of ability and speakers of note, It Is no kilo remark to say there will bo somo Interest nrouwd when tho fijjht dot boglu. News-Democr- made. O. SPRADLIN Union City, Tcnn. iiit&n uW ,' . Deserving No Mercy. "Here," said the policeman after h had hurriedly entered the dentist') reception room, "what's goln' ont You've had a man In there hotlerln' bloody murder for nearly half an hour, Why don't you give him some thing to stop his pain?" "Give him something to stop hli pain? My dear sir, you don't under stand. I had occasion to take a lady to lunch one day last week oh, 11 was a business matter, nothing mor and this chap saw me. Well, tb next day ho happened to meet my wife, whom ho knew before she wai married, and ho mentioned he had seen mo and wanted to know what tha other lady's name was. Of course, I" "Ob, never mind. Go ahead and kill him." Chicago Record-HralL Soda fountains, butcher shops, fish Docks and largo users of leu will be accorded tho same terms as last uea- aon, but small users and all residences will be required to pay In cash or coupons. Hickman Ico & Coal Co. ' wMNmfA C Just finished one of tho best residences In tho bottom and a big bant on Hamby Pond for W", C. Johnson. Work done by U. H. Elliott, contract-o- r and builder. Homo phone 3C. If you have sore eyes of any kind use Sutherland' s Eagle Eye Salve. It Is good for nothing but eyes. It Is painless and harmless, and Is positively Uio best. If you don't say so wo will refund your money. Try It nud then tell your nclghfor. Sold everywhere. 2Cc a tube. " A valuable pony, owned by T. L. BnigB, who lives near Murfreesboro, .illf LI HM, , UL Toiui., died from u most peculiar causo. Tho pony literally perished from the want of water, wlle studd ing in tho middle of a running stream Tho pony had a very long ami rich mane and In somo unaccountable man Carter Harrison, Democrat, defeat m-- r when It walked Into tho stream to ed Chas. E. Merrinm, Republican, for quench Its thirst, or to cross the Mayor of Chicago at Tuesday's stream, Its mane became entangled INCORPORATED of a In the overhanging braneh tree and the animal was actually held so firmly that It was Impossible Every Bottle Is Guaranteed, for it to lower Its mouth to the Every bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta-r Honey Is guaranteed to give satis stream. The Indies Aid of tho Christian faction In all throat and bronchial W S. Uurnott, tho Moscow miller, will huvo an Easter egg hunt troubles. 8 and wlfo, wero In Hickman Monday. Church next Saturday nt 3 o'clock, p. ni., nt Thero will bo an EaBtor entertainA. O. Caruthers and wife returned the homo or Mm. Emma Stephens. Thero was. In tho Kentucky Treas ment at tho Christian Church next to Hickman, Sunday, aftor an extend- Children of tho Sunday Schools aro ury on April 1 I37C.9C0.33 according Sunday Availing at 7:30. A cordial Invited. Invitation Is extended to all. to the monthly balance shoot. ed trip through tho South. Guaranteed for ten years. This machine will do the same work that a $65 machine will do. See this machine at our store. A prudent mother In always on tho watch for symptons of worms In her children. Paleness, lack of Interest In play, and peevishness Is tho steal for WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUUE. A few doses of this excellent remedy puts an end to tho worms nnd the child spun acts naturally. Price 25c a bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co, the goods we buy and sell. We would not think of of misrepresenting one any more than the other, during the next year we shall have the OLD CABINET MAKER tell you what really constitutes good furniture, showing you properly furnished' rooms, and how you may exercise true taste in furnishing your home While this will undoubtedly be n source of interest to you, it will be n source of profit to us, for the more you know about good furniture, the surer we nre that we will trade at our store. Our earnest desire is to offer you nothing but the best ; nnd, on the point of advertising, to give you the nbsolute truth concerning our goods in the most conservative manner possible, . are as careful WE vertising as we are in in our ad St. Louis Furnishing Co, HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. WCORPORATFD Next Door to Post Office. -- jfgflpr la 44 BETTERMENT OF RURAL SCHOOLS Stale-Wide will devokp all Ida sending tlio children ' i.' t ,. Aitiiout Coherence tucky Educators. of Ken- NOTED SCHOOL WORKERS TALK l njnrmoui , Opinion of Those Present That It I the Duty of tho 8Ute to Cause the Country School to I'.n uurjijje the Boy and Qlrl to Love ( juntry Life and to Give Them the Ability and Oeilre to Love It, li. . . nuse country llfo skillfully and ito-utl- properly built, properly equip-o-d school houtu will nmko possible the formation of Industries for tho woinon and for the mon; It will oncnurnKo tho fonniillon of league "And It Iiuh boon proven that 'Rood toAds follow food soboolB.'" These wore hut a few of tJio ninny pertinent farts In connection with bolter rural schools, which were emphasized by tho inanr spoakitrs nt thu loiituntton Tlio aliening address of I'ror. Itogonstotn, afterward chosen na president of tho permanent organ-Untlosounded the koyimto of tho conference. Ho sold In part: "Wo meet today as American citizens, frankly declnrliiB tho Stars and Stripes to bo our only protection. "Our coining together Is tho rosult of n movement which has been bosun by tlio patriotic men of A Mlls-wort- h n I. Fh 1 limit- remmls. they to be !. lirini 'n of dull un- r. vwinesT urn wire we desire to hma thla 'i leal Ion anawared Aright and wiai jour ikbora will result In the betterment of the iirlriiary and fundamental " i la-d1 ' " ky a "M nr are iiv it Uhlm-s- e wall up life's battler greater or directed assuredly offer uf health, of Independence, i' on of luxury, than I attain- in nuy city; and because It imperative that unless tlio prob4 making, thu country school flt ir life be suited, there Is ovury pro-om- that the ptlicers and executive o Iibvo mithorlty to call a meeting of tho organization at any tlmo and place that they might see fit to forward the work of tho conference. The mot Inn. was put to it voto by Governor Wlllson, and pasaod unanimously, tho olJlcem for 1911, therefore bolng, President, Superintendent Kllsworth Ifagensteln, nnd Secretary, A II. Lipscomb, both of whom had uctlug In tho reapectlvo capacl-tio- a fur the temiKirnry organization. Uikjii motion of H. H. Chorry, of tlio C'uuiinurilul club. Dur Henderson, the ihulrmnn apolntcd a liiK tho month of leou.lor that of live to formulate the tut uut mutations to a eonimltteoand resolutions of the con puriMMcM fiuenco ns followsJ. SI. Atherton. chnlrinan; ltolwrt A. Cochran, Mc-IIIlhoades, T. J. Coatus, and com-mlUebi-o- l'rof. ItlioadtM then moved that tho temiKimry onnnlntlon of tlio Kentucky Stnta Wide Iturnl School Con fcrenoo be made the normanent or- Knnlzatlon of the ensuing year, and SUNSHINE... AND FLOWERS are signs that May is almost here Are you ready for the warm days ? Our store is aglow with all that is newest and best in Hardware and Jalln-- s SM-et- l. l ,iion that Kentucky, n hii agricultural stnto, will touii herself Vtii)i a decreasing;, in .j of nn Increasing, ixtpulutlou, u p wide rural school eunfuroncu - in id In kQUlstllle. Wednesday, .il i'i. iiiulur the auspice uf tho idIIIo Commercial club. conference which may best leelgnaled an "neighborly" i.ier-ijwhich dlaousted the rltal fliaaliaiiaiB i preasing; i pmbltnn of Kentucky schools. It tn an to IIIOJI, M , hlxir tn imlchhor,' each Interested finding tlio proper wn to mnku i tlio rural schools of Kentucky, hat school which fuinil their lion schools which touch Intrlll srinpathutlnally, constantly i. 'h. i consciously every aortal nnd iioTnir inloroat dial concern i tho iiiuuli) may lake tho place of 'L' present Intolerable turnl school ..t.-tuf the stale. i h- - conference waa colled to order in 10 o'clock In the auditorium of HHViH Til tt twibach Hotel. Sup rini. ii if ,.f I'uMi. Instruction, While practically nil tho tat en of Kiankfort, Ky. tbr middle wcil are experiencing such number of the lending srhco! mon of tbf atate. asking them to attond a nfi mure at the Commercial club. That ruiitoroiiro met on tho 31st day An organization of I Member last wm funned, an executive commtteo si iniiittHl, and It waa decided to hold a 'i wide convention on this date, in 'lie Interval of tho rural school I I ' I'llH nt. Tiic slocan. 'Moro Schools and llcttei SUo4la." moana to the state and better fnctorlos, mure fai torlt-li. ure r j ma Us and bettor railroads, and better trao li io traction line t n iini'i. more agrlrulturo and hot-- c irii ulturtf. moro citizens and bet-- r brief, school it moons stnto development." I'rvf Itegensteln then Introduced Capiit.u llrlntnn II. Davis, president of the Ixuilsvlllo Commercial club, who raid ot Mr li.ilrmn and It ky that It la a noble enun i . Tranapnitntlnii. l'rof. Kggloston enld In part: M' have no Irunrlad rule, and ahould While this' nmimltteo was nt work, n uillllant mlilra wns delivered by I'r 'f of Virginia, who siaiko on the twin problems of tho ruml school Consolidation and Uleton. lii'ul.iiw i ll.it tiuve l 1. 1 JwSrjUl I a we Hnd thatn. am act aivurdlngly, -1 iipttuM. Ilia riijM-ilonare the soma c. i where; Hint the miIii will not con- a tt give up their little a hoola; that ''lMane.ee. are too rwU for the chll- 'r H to reach the central school with- hardship; that the roiula are 0t 1 rules r..p IheHisWrea avaonllng to Iron- We ahwvhl tak tlw eondllloua inie, UlUM rhlldren nnd and oiiwiiiiinlty cHidltlona do .. i I'lirim will freeze to dmth. or at leimt L- .H.l-blltiwhile wailing for tint ill I the roat Is too gfftlL VI uf these irfiartlons have been met a 1 rritto nil haul the children; that the wak.ma.or while being transported; and declares - -- i k- - i 1 luring the fifth year of our policy ws vvr ") wagona running In all .na of the Htale. nnd urder almost rnndltlon Wo have routce a mllra, and aa short aa "ig aa r.d a hiif mil. a We have wnsona roads nnd liad rmdj; on level 0 on rocky "U - and mniuitiiln roads roads r.ii.s in. I Mti.1 roids on We hive tranapor-I.M.i- .i Ii si ... srua)a the latest and most en mo . m M. aid we hive in'lnary farm tp 'sr 'he new and preo- 'i a i e h ve ir h rae and two- a 'rr t . a e I . i -- m . I hrt enntlmied- t"s(ully. rruf. Hggleaton, msm LV w i prV aaaaHaf'- fT . ), SPaaaaaSaar;-'- ' ..isa. tsHHHHIB saaaaaaaH J.HsHIIH fffiSr 1iK.H a uBkl' aaaaaaaaak. iLHIIIH 'eWaaalllaaBBBBBBa! lilll.llH . ' bsIiHb9Hb5siiiiiiiH sslltBSlHslills.iilllllllsllllB1 SlllalllHsall.VlisiHsilllHsillllllb. sHsHHHIIIIIIIH aallllllllllllllllB We have the largest stocks in Western Kentucky, and are making a special drive on Frllow-ClllK'n- B JOHN B. SI r'AHHAN. Mas (lUi'ti InatlntliiKly f Ills Time and Money Kur thu llittunncnt of Kentucky School Children. mot omenta to Improve rural schools are nwakcnliiK to tlio necessity of irinlilliiu such trnlnltiK as will thu country boy and girl to remain at home, rather than escape iiuni loino at Uio first opportunity, the iiitlnn In Kentucky Is (xisslbly itioco vital than In any othur state bi'intue of the fact that Kentucky luuutlea now cannot tax themselves to erect school bulldliiKS. The disgraceful condition or the llttlo schools, the lack of tho ovcrcrowdliiK. the unliy-genl- c coudltluus, the Impoaiilblllty of nafo Ktmnllnt; the health of tho children under such awful conditions, Inspired thu delegatus to tho state-wid- e tonference with a burning determination to set Kentucky right beforo tlio world, and glvo "a square deal" to the boys and girls of tho state. This decision embodied In thu resolution, adopted by tho convention, which says, "Itcpolted, that wo most earnestly auk nnd petition tlio next general ntst'inbly of our beloved commonwealth to enact n law authorizing the counties to iamiu bonds for building school houses," met with tho most Piofound and heartfelt approbation on thu part of nil who attended. "Tho orectlou of sanitary, school houses, properly heated, will In addition cnhuiu-thu respect of tho community for the school. "It will enable largor playground to be provided, and healthy, Interesting and properly directed games to be Inaugurated for (ho children of tho community. It will muko possible tlio school garden nnd agricultural plot and manual training and domestic hcIoiico. "It will mako easier tho Btudy of tho economli Interests of tho coin muiilty by teaching tho nrlthmotlc, physics, chemistry, googrnphy, history. Inngungo nnd composition that look TOWAHl) nnd nof. AWAY from tho farm and country llfo. "It will ptneo tho farmer boy on on equality with tho city boy. "It will make possible, nil education (or the country boy and girl, which u one-roowell-lighte- ru hvrr tntar. .riiiv and great aa any for which or-Wt mxe.1 liaa evar foucht irciuml u mmio of Its atandan" Ix.ifvra Mn who havo truly conas" cihImI ttiHr llv.a to the uplift of (IovoIIhic their time, energy and ot the growing talenla l lh Tlte I.mllll Commerclil ejlenda tu ttuxe gentlemen a cor-(flub . dmiUly wt beonuao wo are ,1 txiurHt li- a twmmoii Intereat tn the fw whleh they of a are gtlnK their alt, and to whch w fain wmiM colrllnite our mite il It la mir duly lo ai exerclao our tlMt thuao who follow may In enrlohed through the hrrlt a Irenaure iiHtnner of Ita application. lntelllKnt We houM lake for example not th ervmit who burled hla own talent la th Kruuiid that lie mUht return It Intact tu Ida maeter. but he wlio returned ten for tke live placed In hla truaU I am voicing an opinion In I you will rmdlly concur when whli'ti I my tluit the grwiteat of our natural la the utinmn ml nil. Without thai great gift, nil other were uaeleaa There are people on thla globe who lmo hern aa richly endowed aa we have been by Mother Earth, but who, owing to Murtr Ignorance, nllownrd field and remit and mine to He unproductive In other worda, they and unwmked hinr ih.I aiilHclont Intelligence to appro-)irl.- it thHr reaourivs t natural rMiitiree the huThl g ntlml the grant ml f flrthly man la llien our moat cherished heritage and we ahould not only preaerve It iniart but put It out nt every usury tint It may return talent for talent. II we MtTnnl our ehllilren greater ndvan-tnallnin we enjoynl. we ahall have of having li.- mnmleiitloua our duty. prrlrini-'hi rureiniiat iittwl of nn eduontlonal ayatem la tu keep nbrmat of the tlmea What waa gtMkl tmoiigh for the llftcenth unough for the century win not rentiin'. nnd the demnnda ol the twentlelh century cannot lie met by century. the iMitliige of tliH iilneti-enlThV urraiil of life Is ever onward, hut y nlmll vre ay If we cut off the whnt at the river's source. If we fall lo nlect the demand of the time. If we do not Interpret the cull of duly nrlght. wa almll tmlld nroiind wait, tlila prospeniua empire a Clilpi-m- ) within which will irfw the mnk wroda of IgiKirnnre innl lilleneai and vice nnd auterNllllou, Iwrrtng nil tho vital Hint ahould ni-- t na aprlng' ahowera on rerlllo fletila. Rliow mo the wealth of K'entucliy. You will iHihit not to the wide tlelda or the ou rushing streams, or the waving for-rt- s. or Ihi- - mountiilna with their trens-nr- ,, iwiv, you will point tn tho human belim who cuHlMitt- - the flfliK wield the nr nnd siw In the rnreat. rtnd Use pick nnd shovel and .dynamite to open the moiiiitiiln cnt.es. They constitute the kmiuI HMot of tho Htite of Kentucky; nay they nro the State, And whnt of thnso wlio take up the It those chiltask when we dren who now go to school to luive Uialr t,r. w a " It Is n Corn Planters K tf .tl- - ediK-atlo- Bem-rntlfi- II Mrti-nm- - iojt J U KGOI.KSTON, JR., Sup rlntendent of l'ubllc Instruction, Mrglnla. hnrxe w.igoi a and In one Instance we tr.tnsortatloit waon hate n four or 'kid nr' na It Is called which forty-fiv- e and fifty chilhauls between dren to seliool every day. Moat of a agrru that the problem we hate not solved, but muat solve, Is han flt country tn make the country life, i inly that schools fullllU Ita mlsalon whli h reaches out and touchea lutalll gently. )mwiliHluilly, conatantly, and jinn" l iilloualy every aoclal nnd rconoinln Its community Inleri-a- t that And art. when I aHsik of the conaoll-d.iie- il In Virginia, I meiui a aelnkd gnHinlnc nt some central point, of smUl f larger school for the ai'hools Into a of wniklng out this problem of making the school servo Its community education, liy Itietilrnting a purposeful and a spirit of elvlo service. The niral pnle nitnl meeting places for educational, economle, and soclnl purnMB The oonanlldatrtl school pro-slprover center for such meetings tint ileepeet meaning uf In nther win-il- . the cf.uaiitliliitetl mcIkmi) Is that It tends to socialise community life: It tends to break up unsocial and -tiHii-ern- a pur-Hnd autl-noctten-de- atew-anll- tnli-iil- Cotton Planters Cultivators, Best in the World Mowers, Hay Rakes Buggies, Garden Tools Poultry Fence . :s ajsaaa- blea-aln- CTJur! v.vaia ei - alxli-enl- h sol h up-pl- We must get the Idea burned Into the brains and hearta of the farmers nnd their wives, that the schools should hae and dees have, n deep and abiding Inwork, nnd Is terest In their every-da- y determined tn help them nnd their chilcvery-dn- y life of the dren te make the economically profitable, li community our purpose. At .tho conclusion of hid nd dress, which was wonderfully comprehensive, nnd hnd the added merit of from rear life, n rec- lee. 'jSani .jr. A m wri ra ord of actual experience, l'rof. H. V HnMcck, ln- -n brief talk, called attention to the fact thnt there was no Btato from whom Kentucky would na Illlngl learn ns from "her mother also Btato. Virginia." 1'iof. lialleck wiih creeled with npplnuso when ho declared: "I am glad that icople have coino to ucknowlcdgo that It requires more brains to mnko a success In thu country than In the city I tuko off my hut to tho man who wins success In the country, la the (Continued on CUi page) It will pay you to drop in and see us. A dollar goes a long way here HICKMAN HDW.CO. INCOIU'KOATED Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey and CokJfi. -- ".WDUH,W'"' "w'gywy i ;"" I'j' """ "'!':, business of the Stato through th homes This condition or me presents (h- - tr lining they received through this problems dWslmllnr In many ways from expetilture In many localities several districts those to be considered by the cities and towns Chief among these problems It would ronsull.tste and pwvlde vehicles profor sending the children to and from the education of tho children In viding school houses and In sending the school Around these modern school s the would build their chllren to these houses, the cities and h towns have a much simpler task than the fiitur homos is the t.md holdings are s .Im'I i.l, d ii nd thus esrape much of the advancounties. The former enjoy the exert such loi pin ess and isn..itln whl-tages of a more efficient and compreheni ,li nri-sand ilrtrrrlnis Influence on as units. They sive city life runs along In comparatively They move ns one body act delight In aivl.il They Imposo ii. i tr life Mankind grooves In the country taxes and distribute the revenue lit.i-.ouifind the rhl'jlr. n tnke In and en. ouragement from the changing continually. New throughout their corporate limits In this Ik-things are i lit If "I dlsftl y ihey mivke when this problems confront jou with each day. way and through more readily cona around In Ingi nuniliers Sfhool are A msja structedhouses malntnlned. The children cl an. e Is Imperative. sehool whntfi.ini- and house and pi iiisrnunils Academic distances to go and genhavo must think quickly and clearly. The erally shortsr smooth roads and In the tlon anil mure or less technical lm educated farmer," concluded Prof. larger places street-cartrilntn In th. v ulous vivstlim of counhappitry life would bring Inm-nsenow come up for soluThese questions Halleck, "Is the real Lard of Creaness Into their Ihrs nml be productive tion how should school houses be contion." In thi'lr ilnllv trials structed to meet the requirements of (if thrift and sue. was established sanitary laws In order to Mr Atherton's committee of no erfoit so full We ran pom. tul prtillt ns pleasure made. Mr. Atherton read the report protect and promote the health of the o' dn-rei- l thrse and resolutions, which were as fol- children, and how- oan ths money be the bullillnatoofdo this w'hisil hi.us. s Involves Increased that obtained for building these houses In lows: the various counties of the State This Islnir. and possibly greater si If ilenl.il, or any can im struggle be too To the People of Kentucky: Is nut tho time or pl' e to gu into deran rti rlftre too Irksome If our many of your felThis conference of tailed description of a sanitary school-houlow citizens has hail under consideration It Is sunVlent now to state that lm iirnteclet) In their tender years schoolroom should be large ailn"t exposure to diseases which may he condition of the rural schools every their energies during life If It hrouKhout tho State and the ways and many to untimely not ronslgn do means for their lmproement. We have at stake, but met to confer with mch other In the Kr.ns Not onlvI. Is health teacher, hownope that we may find the quickest, most iti.m ss wet for no n'li-i- i t snd Industrious ran make ever effective and moit practicable methods suti-- f ii t.nv trogres Willi hlldren en-f- t it relief from the dlmVultlcs which lie l.l. it t. Immediately bid air by disease germs In the wuy of Improveih- - many Ills caused by neglect ti l h ment if Indifference due to a failure to appre- in it iry laws that we may awaken tin hoi Wii' late the real vnluo of education Is ono of the very serimis obstacles which has rin we! irit.r.st In the great iMuontlonal wik .f mir State and especlillj that "Onfronted every movement towards a we imy ,p.Ml to our country Ieoplo higher standard of educational work In to tit Into artual practice the views he last few years greater Interest has t out. we condense them h reuvb fun been exhibited generally over tho State, Indicating In a decided manner that our irti He followingweresolutions most earnestly ask I'csuH...! That people were shaking off the lethargy of n.ul pciltlon the next Clenernl Assembly the past and were aspiring to place the o' o r liilneil Commonwealth to rnnct State on a sound progressive educational n 1'W a ithnrtslng the counties to Issue basis. Evry citizen must rejoleo over I bon ts for building school houses. Tho this awakening and all should now-- unite Ix'ii. s to be placml In the hands of the In a continuous, earnest effort to atone j ( oimtT Ho.ir.ls of Bdurstlon or a special for the neglect of the past. It would ; onimi-ii'i- " as the Uenenl Assembly n. .y dislgnite who shall sill same nnd nrph rro.e.x1 to the luivtng in suitable spe" lu tin- building of s hoo! houses ard "ii ment nnd for no other purpose. iv That In our Judgment nil I. taws and ' l - tils, d under existing miw nv i.it I. for school purposes are need- - BETTERMENT OF Marriage Licenses The following were granted lice. to umrry In Obion Couuty last u. Sam Hell and Peruivdders S, A Cophur mul Hurm 1MI dm J K Dell nial I.llla M. lk-aU-Stovnll und Culllo WltuKun Andrew McKlroy und Pearl e RURAL SCHOOLS EVERYBODY L h ng J vell-olled W?i I am If who appreciates the highest quality merchandise trades at . k iHg':vt)''fl BBBBBBBBBflsB? lkfks JaL'SBBBSBBa Self-relianc- well-ke- ui Helm & ., Hit s. J Oscnr llutrniu nml Alile Ue W Washington ami Vernn Jihlloeopheni who Ii m .Ie lllie Hweetiuvtm and light" can mi imim f se Ellison's Because all the leading nationally advertised lines are sold at this store. It by looking for a red halrwl , eating nutplo migar. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH1 HON M IIVY8, nvlirKiliy. Statti by Prejddent Ttift tvetabllshod a ., record lu hU tnesng to Coiii It wtm tho Hlmrtest nifwMgo ever by any coiitnliilng muv HonlH It disill only vilth cvu,,i KiuiUienat MUidurl I Assut.nt r,nttry if WashliiRtou, lulled I . Ut't.nrfin lit Krculture, Tldeil) m -- FouriitgriPen the most satisfactory pocket writing is 3' - m lf implement ever made. Inspect our complete stock and permit us to fit your . k-hand. ? i M'HENRV RHOADS, Owensboro, Ky. enough to give each pupil not less than JS9 cubic feet of fresh air: should be properly lighted, ventilated und heated; should be supplied with all necessary tolli-- t arrangements and should have ample playgrounds and pure water. The people of our State do not yet sufficiently realize the Imminent danger t th hn!fli anil ItlAa rt thnlt Ahll.lMn from the vast majority of the school- iliFi.nim iiiiiiMKitviii inn ulBiricm Th. y do not realise the fact that much of the expense that results from sickness among children, to say nothing of the mental anxiety and suffering, could be avoided by building sanitary scho. nouses, in truth, the sahooi house Is t plsoi-- ind the only pltoe to meet a t destroy tuberculosis and manv other I tal diseases How can the country pe'i le obtain . jsPVsJli BssmesMk: L. aJJT. v Y ri, 'SSkS bsbHiiii& L? ?.Of tJI t GtS Pvr'st d t '',t3K i ak Ct re f- n I I JOHN GRANT CItABBE, President State Normal School at Richmond Ky. be a useless tusk, in view of this growing appreciation of the Importance and value of education to make any argument or submit any extended report In its behalf Of all the efforts the State can make for Its advancement, the mental and moral training of the children of the State Is the one of most supreme Knowledge Is power. importance It bulk's up while Ignorance pulls down. It Is a great constructive force which will and proper!) directed. Kentucky Is an agricultural State. The Brent majority of her people are In agricultural pursuits. These people are spread out over the country living und apart In their many seii-irat- become Irresistible If wisely developed money to btitkl sanitary school s' We anwr, by greater grwitest action. whlili oan he aecuml oaly by the coun-tle- x aejlng as a unit While many school districts In the wealthier counties may raise the nenswiry amount by taxation, the vast majority of our school districts are unable to pay Itr one or two years the money require. I to build suUsfaxtoTy school house, if the counties ould act ns units, tlwy could borrow the money by the Issue of long time bonds nt moderate rites of Interest, and could In the next few years haie sanitary school lioun-s- . The bonds could be carried and retired nt their maturity by a small nnnii.il tax not to exceu! 10 or IS cents on the JJOO of t ixable property. The children as benedi larics would pay ft largi psrt of the bonds when ns men nnd women thiy would bring Into use h toil-, con-eert- in The Last Call For Easter.. SHOES HATS $&Ws, We are prepared to satisfy the most fastidious tastes in SHIRTS HOSIERY NECKWEAR Following the adoption of the resoW M Hayes, assistant secretary of agriculture of tho United States, delivered a stereoptlcon He declaml that Prof. J. D. State Sujmrlntvndent of Pub-li- e Instruction of Vlrclnla, was ono T J COATES, educators of the Stnto Supervisor of Rural Schools of the KreaU-a-t country. and Professor of Elementary EdMr. Hayes paid an elesant trlbuto ucation In the Stato Normal to J. n McrVrran, Mho, he said, has Schools, Frankfort, Ky. gained n national reputation In school x ed nd will be needed for the lmiriviiiKuit work Mr. McFerran Is and conduct of the schools and mones should be kept Intact chairman of the School Improvement tluu theCommittor of tb Commercial Cluh. for I h, e purpose That In the expenditure of Althnugh he could not be present at . i tin thjj ImiihIs tlie County yesterday session, he sent a tele-Kram to the convention. Dr. Hlnnltt summoned up tho Rpeecliea of all the other dcleiraU's. di'darltiK that the consolidated ii ii t HKititr, H schools and wugons for transportliiu children, two main foatures of the President Western Ken'urky Slat Virginia rural school system ns Nor nml Sihool Ikiwllug firem Ky uJ. . plnnned by Prof. KKKtatnii, are Im ol perntlve. He expressed the hope that Goiernor Wlllson, In the nu Capet-tallhappy lltllo address spoko of his own early school train the clnmnr and demand of educators lug. and refeneil to tho fact thai would sccuru iieedfd reforms In Ken whon be studied "Jography" he never turky. knew what an engrossing study It It was tho opinion of the Confer might bo mntlo. -- Were I to teach enec that "So far as tho country boy geography today" said (Jovurnor nnd Klrl In the South are concerned, Wlllton. "I should begin with the It Is the duty of the Statu, nnd It l srhoolhouse nhlrh the children at for the best Interests of tho Slate, tend. Pram thnt I should take thoin to make the country school fit Uie lo tho nearest town, then country life; to cause this school not farm, then another tour back to the over tholt only to encourage the boy and Kir' own ftate. They would learn the to love country life, but lo rIvo tc prac Ileal meaning of geography and thorn the nblllty nnd desire to I in it would lond hack lo tho farm." prove It If we can show tho bo A resolution, heartily adopted by how to make twice ns much monoj tho on n phtt of land as his father bat Clubs, Slttn Federation of Women's pledging tho unqualified sun- made, ho Is koIiir to becomo Interest port of the clubs of the stnto to the ed In farm work; If we can show hltc work of the Kentucky State Ids the (lirfeicncu between tho cow thnl does not slve enouish milk to support Ituraln Srhool Conference, wbb read, and resolution of thanks for tho htTHolf, nnd one that not only sup support offered was adopted by the porta herself, hut helps to siippor tho boy, he In going to becomo Inter conference. t'Hkil In good dnlry cows. Ukuwlso wo can Interest the girls In homt gardening. In poultry raising. In smal SUTHERLAND'S EAGLE EYE SALVE fruits. In the dozen nnd one thlngt Good for Nothing but tho Eyoj they can do so well, nnd tho dolnj of whlrh will Interest them nnd brlni money Into their linnils, It Is th or-- g That the permanent made today sliall be the or-for the ensuing year That t rs ami Kieeutlre Committee be a .d to call the organUatlon tn- t ' t "'. 't such times as are necessary to the work I s veil. That It Is the sense of the -I that this campaign for bet-t- i r rat education must be pusheiL 1e are we must raise a campaign f. I That the Rxeeutlve Commute rs emnowered to appoint a Flnanc ommlite. with tower to raise such a ft ml from the flute at large. - .itlon should be author-- Ii districts when In Igmnit th. conditions are fa-t.ut shall provide school housea i I. I..r ewry section of the county ui 111" 'hlljrwi of the cunty shall the lienefit to be dtrlved from iiuliture of a common county ir i t i ..i i.Uil.ite i s ii. ii ii ii hi a- 'in chart the atenmxi of servlccabllltj plus the model, In lu show hum (hat all uur voting pisiplu may ruaki and Uie proprietor of the ntii. be l social Investmeu to jdnee Iron bant In front of tin II i a ' dowv to kiep the pla(e gins fr..n. t bI Tiie lirt nildreas on the report i. I uk broken the iiiiiMiittuo was tuado by (lolcr in ir usustu K WllUon. followlni the reading of the ruport and th residiiiioiiM floiertiiir WllUon madi a nmslnc prefacing his tall by sj)Iuk that "for thirty )ears, It season ninl out of season. I hail been traveling up nud down tbli great stale prnarhlng the doctrine o good roads and good schools Tht two itc IkiuiuI to come tostther." saying tha He uriiHl here ' no limit to the good that cat Photographs n every style be nrroinpllahed by 2.S0O.IKKI p(ti pie working tugether for the ndtance Prompt Service. ment of the stato. All Work Guaranteed. "Think of tho kind of schools wi hate In Kentucky. They are a dls grace to the decent ehlhlren tha NOT HOW CHEAP BUT HOW have to attend thorn and a dligrac GOOD to the tint. Thts Is my home : nnd boino rnuHty. and I want to Wc do Copying nnd Enlnrgin. to Jerferiuiu rtHinty, 'Clean up you make Medallions nnd Crayon own corner or the vineyard first, atit then sm how you ran aid your nulgh View nnd Flash Light Picltirrs bom." " any time or place. At tho tunrheon In the Scolbacl rathskeller, whlrh was given by tbi Commercial rlub in honor of the del ecates and guests of the convention Open livening. Come and Set C. schools to urgnnUe life, or, ns an so well said, T( other has (he Intisit Ihliu; In ttklrt. imiviii. A furnVJilw; gtioda bou lin Ch airanli-ut-t tluiplayi-- l Uie OPEN Hickman Electric Studio tui J. Madison Puku Next to Price Hotel. Dr. Boll's Plne-Tar-Hon- cy lution, lee-tur- e For Coughs ami Cold-- . JUOQC WISC Business Philosopher main-teiw- - .'if ''55 "Many n man would be up agnih It If ho had (o furiilhli proofs of Ii accomplishments," says tho Jude "til the llickmuii Drug Co. can pro up every deul when It comes to Pr. scriptloiis and Drugs." Strayed or Stolen. Ono heavy sot red cow, about h years old, fri'sb doliorncil, welehs a bout 1000 pounds, marked with swai low fork In euch ear .few while pliu ea over her. Any Information will '" liberally rewarded. h. u nonns Frost Will Speak. W. A. Frost, candidate for will npenk at thu followln. r Shi 's I Mrs. Kate Webb-Smi- th Millet & will be glad to see customers nt SMITH & AMBERG'S -- MAKKit op-Shirt II : - I : IHI,I NslMsHAMssae-AeAskassAlsass- t Alexander s - Waists, Lingerie Baby Layettes and e Bridal Trousseaus A 81'KOIAI.TY places on the following dates: lllck man, Salnrday, May 13; Cuyco, Sat urduy, May Clhj Water Vulley, Sul All pnrtlen holding claims against urduy, April 1; Clinton, May 2, ami tho wiUUo of Oeo. W. Itoberla, ilucean Muyfleld, Muy IC. A number of ap !, uro nereny noliried lo preaent (olutmenU uru yet to be made. Bnuio, In projter form, to tho under-signeadministrator on or before Mn Two hundred ami Hovonty-flI, 1911, or bo forovor barred. JNO Nnnlivlllo t plwtded gtii' PYI.K, Ailmr. ly Monday of violating tho prohlbi Hon law In the Davidson county crlm liuil court nnd were fined $25 ouch iSiStx. by Criminal Judge Nell. Tho cost lu o each cubo will mnko tho nmount $tiu j Homo of the liquor dealers are Indict o ed In oh many na six caseH, Thesi ., I'lione 4 1 Btunll fines, ntpntumt tho total cowt of operating In prohibition torrltory, d HiUnon-kvupen- Final Settlement. Try Our FRESH MEATS o. ix. Moonn a.!i,jiM i 'I HLLlAlikitiiitiitiliLUiltLi CONFESSED BRIBE There's a Star of Hope TAKER FOUND DEAD - LITTLE CLERK GlflMM Wo aro authorized to announco Wo aro authorlzen to announce PAYROLL TO HOUSE DOORKEEPER QET8 $1,200. for the young wlfo who wants to make biscuit at oood as HI8 mother used to make. Just try a sack of EX- "MIKE" LINK, SHARER IN ILLICELLENCE or WHITE SWAN flour NOI8 LEGISLATIVE JACK POT, and with a little care the finest bisDIES SUDDENLY. cuit ever baked can be made by even the Inexperienced. Order a sack so the era of nood baking may CORONER TO INVESTIGATE begin at once. y Speolal Policemen to Guard Capitol Were Drawing $39,000 Anuually Numerous Leaks Found. S. A. NORMAN, of Mayfield, as a candidate for State Senate from the district composed of the counties of Craves, Fulton and Hickman, subject to the action of tho Democratic Primary Election, on July 1st, 1911. Wo guarantco Sutherland's Eaglo Eye Salvo to euro common soro oyes in 24 to 3G hours. This seems strange, but It is hacked by our guarantco. You lun no risk and it W. A. FKOST, of Wlngo, a candidate for tho State Senate from the district composed of tho counties of Fulton, Hickman and Graves, subject to the action ot tho Democratic Primary Election, on July 1st, 1911. For Sixteen Years C. B. Travis PnTtT'i'fT'iMffTi'ii'fTirn'l'nnT'PfTfrfg havo been In the photograph ;. s in lllckmau almost 20 yours, an going to ahuw our apprecla- sod at Ihu uauio Uuio culubrato .uth auiilvarsary by sltlni; our iii.M thu advantage of tbu follow 4 ow price fur a short time only: . b wo senator, was found dead In tho bath-rooSix thousand dollars was saved by of his home, near her Ills wlfu abolishing the salaries of employes of discovered his sudden death when she tho clerks' document room. Tho room was abollshcl 1C years ago. opt'nod the bathroom door lit G a. mT Almost an equal sum was savod by At flrt It was bcllevod ho was tADINET PHOTOS, a do..2.00 solved with a sudden couching attach, stopping the pay of "attendants In the CAP.D3, a dox POST 75c which resulted In straiiKiilatlon, as his library," tho library having been reSpecial! Easter Services, face was MANTILLAS, a doz 91.00 almost blue. Dr. E. W. moved many years ago from the Plcenbauni, who was callml In, proi banking ouo and all for past fa- nounced death due to apoplexy. a At.l soliciting a coiitluuanoo of HiiIiJih t fur Hi moriilinc Although Mrs Link helloves II08H- - "C'hrtaCn ltf-- l o aro respectfully. i..c -Mliiiim What llht hunbsnd died a natural drath. the h.r FEUDIST KILLED IN DUEL diil.Ka I'lIOTOaiUPIl (1ALLI2KY. Llf. DmUIi niul Mean, rected Deputy Coronor Kd Merror of Shot Dead, It Is Believed as Part of & Handle's. r -to Humanity." Qraulto City to hold an InquosL Old Feud Two Others Tim cho4r will ftirnlah nw ami Attended Jack Pot Conference. Are Injured. Wlillo a state rcprcsentatlvu from Mitt!?. i id breath, bitter taste, din I no Madison county, Link visltud tho Hulijt for tlit evwilw; imriiion, i a Kutnl "no account" fcolliiK Jackson, Ky., April 11. Jason Dca-ton- . Southern hotel In St Louis and ata sure Ikii of u torpid llvwr. 'GhrteUanlty mid ihu Pntiire Life." one of the tour men recently actended tho famous "Jack iot" confer MtlllNK I tbu medicine .1 -- Win (1 Stockton, Mtlihtter ence of legislators in tho bath room. quitted at Paris. Ky., for tho alleged ktho lltur aellvu, vllnllnw thu killing or John Abuer In Jackson last Immediately kmI Hepresontatlvo aftor rKulat)- - thu bout-anil rt- White mado a slgnod confession, year, was shot to death by Anso (luo fcvlliiK of ciiuruy and n a which opened the bribery oharcos White, near White's homo In theuppor I'ricu Cue. HoW by C against Loruner, Link was mmmoncd edge of this county. Deatun was Bbot ii kuwn Drug Co. to Chicago, whoro he turnnl btnto'a through the head three times. Luke brother-in-laof Deaton, evidence by confesslnR to State's At Uegloy, a was shot In the shoulder and also reAaJI iiMr Cc n roll up at Hlek torney Wayraan. luMk Job Hluip, Link's participation In the Ijrlmer ceived a slight wound In the head. White also received a flesh wound Jack pot apparently never troubled VhlpMirw11l I'm llaixl picket) him after his oxposo, nlthoiiRh hu had in the thigh. Tbo particulars of the killing can hardly bo ascertained nt iiKkinau HanlMuru Co. boon elected to the legislature principally on bis being known lit his dis- this time, as this is presumed to be a llM' Kultoii Dally Urn dor onme nut fresh outbreak of tho trict as "Honest Mlko." nii a IcuhIhoiuo last ihic4I Link twice visited Mltcholl, u mllo trouble mr.lfty It U eoumi up In au nbW from his home. Sunday. Ho talked mul attrntUlto maniatr, and hi u cml with C W Smith, chairman of tho RELIEF FOR MINE WIDOWS i Madison county board of supervisors, not only to Un tmlrprle of the who said Link appeared In Jovial spir- 8cranton (Pa.) Mayor 4fulfr, Mil to tho town niul county Starts $200,000 its and expressed hlmolf as "never Fund to Aid Families of 73 hII Oultliu; out nil lai of u fvcllng batter In his life." Miners Who Lost Lives. l nddltlon riiulrtt both tluw Wife Finds Him In Dathroom. il iiioixiy, and us a rule art ih At his home Sunday ovenlnn I.ln'i Scranton, Pa., April 11. Every nook to tliolr full extent, but Lb SHOES and OXFORDS chatted good naturedly with Mrs Link. and cranny ot the workings of the lAd-- r hah not skliupcd In ellfcer In Thoy retired early Mrs. Link awoko Pancoust colliery, where the 73 miners at G o'clock and saw her husband wur and United States rescue foreman, Jo(ruing up tholr ll Saturday papw. not In hud Shu wnlted a few mlnii'cs seph M. Evans, lost tholr lives Friday, for his return. Then she leaped jiu bae been gone over by tho searchers of bed and started to Investigate. Her to discover If there wore other bodies Feudist Kd Callahan, or Breathitt first thought was of tho bathroom. As to bo found, but nono was discovered. sho opaned tho door she saw her husTho relief fund, started by Mayor county. Is muIIIiik IiIh proxTty and band seated In tho bathroom, with his von Dergcn, has reached nearly J10,-00will movo. lie Im convinced tluil he head lying on his crossed arms, which Including tho Red Cross contribucannot U vo In llroathllt and oscapu rested on his knees. tion of $7,000. asHAHtliuUlon. "Mlko," she called. It Is Intended by tho local relief Thero was no answer. committee to raise $200,000. "Wako up, Mlko," cried Mrs. Link, thorn $2 Cold Hond Hatt, abso- advancing and shaking her husband's Famed Mission Being Razed. lute Kuumutco wltli each mid every shoulder. Then sho lifted his head. New York. April 11. Workmen are "jaUi it- - rffT. LJM frlghL demolishing tho old Jerry McAuley "Dead1" sho exclaimed in hei on You to bo tbo Juried. Wo have Her screams awakened servants, mission, an Institution whoro thoutliMiMr onoB loo. Sullivan limit. who rushed to her assistance. sands of the underworld havo been "I heard Mr. Link coughing In the converted. A new $100,000 structure CJinrllo rartiam, of Miiyflold, waa bathroom at midnight," s.ill a maid in which to carry on the work of a hitro l.'uit week. railed "Rig Mary." "It sounded as If more extensive scale will bo erected. Mra. Julia Cloyn, of Murray, Ky., Is ho were dioklng." Tho mission was established by Jerry Illood In tho bathtub led Mrs Link McAuley, a former pirate, shortly n lllckmau vltdtnr. after to bollevo her husband hitd expecto- his relcaao from state's prison In 187L thoro while coughing. rated Link's face was blue, indicating be 200 Burned to eDath. had choked to death. Fire departments are necessary and Dombay, Ilrltlsh India, April 11. o Mrs. Ltnk had tho sciv.ints Two hundred men, women and chilsave much property, but they cannot to Dr. E. W. Flgenbnuh nt dren were burned to death In n llro be relied upon always. Although they eight miles cast, who re- which destroyed n thatched structure may put out the fire, water may do ported the death to tho authorities. in which they had gathered for a fesas much damage as the fire. Fire Then she telephoned Deputy Coroner tival. Five hundred persons were in Insurance protects you against the Ed Mercer of Oranlte City. tho building. loss by fire as well as the loss by Link weighed from 250 to 2fG polSpeculators Fill Carlyle. pounds. Ills brother, George Link, water damage. A fire Insurance Carlyle, 111., April 11. The Carlyle weighs 350 pounds. icy In a reliable company with a repneighborhood Is overrun with oil specutation for fair dealing and prompt ulators seeking leases on land. Tho Held In $85,000 Stock Robbery. ness Is your best protection. We rep Now York, April 11. Charged with local hotels are crowded and Uio livery resent only such companies. beln Implicated In the recent robbery stnblo men and automobile owners of aged Aaron L. Uoncroft, senior can not supply the demand. R. T. TYLER, Agent. Made Safe by Lydia n.Pinkham's momber of tho firm ot George llanMinister Killed by Automobile. croft & Co., of $S5,000 worth of securi Vegetable Compound. Rochester, N. Y., April 11. Tho Rov. on March 2, by means of thu ties GranltcTlllo, VL "I wni passlne phony envclopo game. Frnnk Plass, 30 Isaac Carman, a retlrud minister, was an automobllo and died ! throiiKli tlu't'liantrt'ofo I.ifeniiilmilTorrtl years old, a. Jewelery, was arrested struck at by hospital. a Ister r r in hero. niul other nniioliiL' symptoms, mm I DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N can truly nav that Dp. Bell's AntiscpticSalve VERNICOL reproduces the colors and Fur Intornal and External Pains. j;. 1'iiiKiiniii a M'uin Good for nil Skin Diseases. effects of hard woods. It Is not afVi'irutablo C'om- K)iiiul has irovtil fected by heat or cold, soap or water, Folding Harrows, all sizes. Hick-maworth mountains of and when used on floors does not ' It has been nettled thant Jim "V" gold to me, us It Hnrdwnre Co. show heel marks. It la designed for will bo tho noxt Oovornor of restored my neami finish on .mil stron tr tli. 1 Kentucky. Jtulgo George Denny, aged C3, died never forget to tell Tuesday nt Lexington. Ho was for my menus wnai itexali "93" Hair Tonic makes an yenrs FLOORS, hard or soft wood, old or a loader In tho Republican parLv.lla K. Hnkliam's elegant hair dressing. GOc and $1. new, In good or bad condition, paintty In Kentucky. 'eiretnliln Compound has done for mo lllckmau Drug Co. ed or natural. It Is a very durable, iliirlnK this trlnt,' period. Complete much Mrs. G. S. Cox, of Hickman, Is nt restoration to health means so sulTcr-Inattractive and economical floor finish. to mo that for tho sake of other CoiiKrnM will hnvo to hurry up If ir thu bednido of her father, who la baseNothing wears better. women 1 mil willing to mako my It attracts much attention. Tho very low at the home of his daughtrouble public so you may publish ball Henson opens in four weeks. ter, Mrs. J. II. DoGrnffenreld, in this WOODWORK new or old, of hard or this letter." Mm Chas. JIahclay, soft wood. It makes the woodwork It.lM)., Oranllovlllo, Vt. The old saying. "A woman can city, Union City Commercial. a part of the color scheme of the Xo other medicine for woman's Ills throw more out of the window with Idivspread niul A special from Lamar, Colo, says: teasHM)n than a. man can bring Inroom. It covers the bad painting has received such endorsi'inent. Xo other med- a Last In the darknesH, Monroo High, an renews finish that has been marr- icine wo know of has such a record to the door with n shovel," Is son of a wealthy business man of right here In Hickman. ed or worn. It Is a great Improve-men- t of cures as has Lydlu E. Pinkliuin'ii Clinton, Ky., fell two hundred feet Compound. for kitchen wainscoting, refrig Vi'Kelalilo Another foe to the bank account la over n precipice to death last night, Tor more than no years It has lieen erators, kitchen sinks, bath rooms, Ac curing woman's ills such as Inllainma. tho disposition, of poor people to I mi according to Information received toFURNITURE. It helps to harmonize Hon, ulcoratlou, llbrold tumors, Thero are few, day. The accldont occurred at Two perliMllo mins and nervous tnto the wealthy. the furniture and decorations, renews prostration, and It Is unequalled for blessed with health and strength, whq llutten, 40 miles from here, where High, with his coiirtln, L. W. Jackson, old articles, giving them new life rarryliiif women safely through tho could mt, If they sot nbout It deU-period of chaiiK'o of life. and beauty. mlnedly. save something overy year, camped for the night Tho two men Mrs. Pliikliain, at Lynn, Mass., If only tho amount spent nt soda wero making an overland trip from Oklahoma to tamar. Tho body will invites all slek woniun to vrito fountains, for candy, movliiB-plctur- e Cow Drug licrfarailviff. Ilorudvicoisfrco, shown ami Blmilar extravugaucoa. bo taken to Kontucky for burial. mid ahvuya liclpl'ul. . Hnam-m-Mou - 1'i.on,. VEGETABLES PRODUCE c. ii. mooki FRUITS Washington. April 11. Washington when tho special roport of Hepresontatlvo Palmer of Pennsylvania, which led to tho purging of tho houso pay roll and tho savine of J182.. 000 in salaries, was mado public, revealing sinecures. A girl, a daughter of a Wife Discovered chief doorkeeper, was found to bo drawing $1,200 a year under tho tltl Dody at 5 A. M. Apoplexy Is of "clerk to the doorkeeper." Thirty-eigCause, Says Doctor Called extra pollcomon, authorized to Mitchell Home. when, during Uio Spanish-Americawar. sonio one said thero was a plot to dynamlto tho capltol, wero still on Mltcholl, HI., April U. "Honont tho pay roll, costing annually $39,000. Mike" Link, tho third Democratic Two telegraph operators, drawing In Illinois to admit ho had $1,400 each, assigned to a who long acceptod nn 1.800 brlbo to voto for ago discontinued, wore still on tho gasped record-breakinht n only costs I : ; : 2fic. 8 Has been used by millions of people with perfect satisfaction. For Coughs, Colds, Asthma In fact all throat and 8 bronchial troubles. Dr. BoII'b : : ; Sanitary - ; ; . William for ITitllml sinte rolls. ; ; , ; ; ; KIP Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Work ; ; : ; : ; ; ; : : ; ; ; needs something more than ordinary plumbing knowledge. We do sanitary plumbing in a way that is approved by physicians and health officials. If you require proof we can refer you to many for whom we have worked. Have us look after your plumbing and we will attend to the sanitary part to your benefit and satisfaction. Easter Plumbing Co. Both Phones Wo. 73 MMMMIHMMMMIMMMMIH' B . : Deaton-Calloha- n TAKE NOTICE... m0i9 i : : ; : USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS : : : 1 'l-io- y"lthnJ, W ; : : : : : ; ; ; ; ; B rad ley & Par h a m : : WrMk 0, ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; : : : Owing to the fact that some of our customers are dila tory in paying their Water and Lights Accounts, which are due and payable at our office ON OR BEFORE THE 10th of each month, we wish to announce that in the future the rule governing this branch of our business will be enforced to the letter. Our Collector will make collections on Main street only, between the 1st and 10th of each month, and will call but one time for this account. Failure to see you does not exempt you from the penalty of being cut off. Parties living in the outskirts of the city will please arrange to either send check or money, or make arrangements with one of the banks to pay their accounts. : : : : : : : : : : : : - : Don't think that you will be the favored one we will enforce the rule regardless of excep as lions. : - Hickman Ice Incorporated Coal Co. JtoffMePvtecGan ; J. T. DILLON, Manager ; CHANGE immmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmb1 tele-phon- IN WOMAN'S LIFE ( - - vjy m) MP MLi ; Brighten Up For better Light in the Factory, Office, Store and Home use Westing-hous- e Wire Type (single filament) i 4 M 'III f si Tungsten Lamps. They give the best light that it possible to get easiest upon the eyes best for bringing out natural colors. J m vaw mmmwm IWWl'W nry n Then they give you two and a half times as much light as do ordinary incandescent lamps using the same amount of current. Or, figure it the other way, the same amount of s light at the cost best electric light at the cost of other unsatisfactory lights. " Wire Type" filament is made of one continuous tungsten wire, instead of the old fashioned method of joining several short wires. It is the feature that makes tungsten lamps last. two-fifth- Irret,'-iilaritie- r Coal Co. Hickman Ice ar. t. TITTiIiOKT, Jr, (Incorporated) ivrgx-- . 4U .. Jill's Store., v ..iip mi-- , gt,v- - ? LESSID5ASH Pittsburg Lump Coal (Cash with order) Bon Air Lump The Courier's Weekly Sermon $ y I'AbTOlt lit SbRI.I Hi Ky. Lump Goal PBIiIV33IU3 X HICKMAN MARBLE 'Huccemor to II, O. WORKS Prop. Uecfmnli KHTAIILIHIIKII KA TOM DILLON, Sr ltimmi(, Kentucky Lump " " " " " " 4.75 4.75 490 A REMARKABLE SERMON A Great Crowd at Royal Albert Hall, London. 4.50 ATon JHTBrs mmmKfcz Wefllt.M-TM Marble and Granite Monuments CURDING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky 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. 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 & Cbal Co., or phone 48 if you you wish order sent C. O. D. No one has authority to extend credit, so don't ask for it. I will appreciate your patronage, and by selling strictly for cash can give you security against an exorbitant advance in prices. $5.40 Pastor Russell's Discourse on the True Church, Past, Present and Future. her London, April 0. Agnlu Pastor Russell had n most Intelligent nnd atten- STAHR STEVE PHONES BOTH t ' ".' TBI, ft Z.SMC M' - sTw,v MfibJM were many ministers of all denominations. Ills text was, "The Church of the First borni ichouc tive audience, amongst whom name written In Arairi" (Hebrews ill, 23). As Inst Sundny tbe question wan, art X. Ijii. ' . PARIS Special Clubbing jf Offers. guar-antee- M. TYLER Attorney-at-Law !; secure all of and Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. ; Xtlolnn an, Iy. ', Every reader of the Courier can g the six beautiful rose bushes described below without charge. They are all d well rooted ono year old plants, to reach you In good condition. Each collection will be accompanied with full Instructions on plant-luand care. g ;: ; Office with Judge B. T. Davis ' L. IJ. Everette, formerly of the Beetle, Tenn., neighborhood, has tuoved up near the hub of the universe, lie will farm the old Boss Lauderdale farm, owned by Col. S. L. Dodds, this year Mr Everette has served about a terms as deputy sheriff YELLOW KAISEIUN It la a ro In the lower end of the county at difbust, healthy grower, very hardy ferent times. bush on which great inasBcs of exFanners and others who live at a quisite golden yellow roses are borne. distance from a drug store should RHEA IlEID Great mases of laree keep In the house a bottle of uouuie uowcrs of the richest velvety SNOW LINIMENT. It may red are produced on the whole bloombe needed at any Ume for cuts, ing season. wounds, sores, sprains or rheumatism. It U a powerful healing and pone- - DOROTHY PERKINS In habit of tratlng remedy. Price 25, 60c and bloom, It is extremely free, produc$1.00 per bottle. Sold by Hickman ing flowers In Immense clusters. The hnlf-doien BAL-LAKD- BLACK ROSE The Black Hose 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 KILLAItNEY The wonder ful new "Irish Beauty" unfolding broad wax like petals Into enormous semi-ful- l flowers of pure snow white. PRESIDENT TAFT It Is a strom robust, vigorous grower. The flo era are faultlessly formed, ext. large and double, the color i i exqui.. Ite shade of bright sparUIn, pink. 'S Drug Co. G color Is an exquisite shade of clear shell pink. . KELLY SMITH Jfttorney-at-Latv Send us only $1.25 to pay for the Courier one year and The Fanner & Stockman one year and wo will send you these six beautiful overbloomlng roses postpaid and absolutely free of charge. Address all orders to the Hickman Courier, Hickman, Ky. Clinton, Kentucky Ow tenth of Frankfort V Sherman Ball has re signed as assistant secretary of state to become effective April 1. Gov. Will-sowaa not notified that Mr. Ball resigning until he had resigned. This will be the third assistant secretary of state to bo appointed during Gov. Wlllson's term. -- ASK FOR RATES- Mr. Ball resigns to accept the pont mawtoririilp at llardinnburg, Breckinridge county, a place to which he has W. J. McMURRY been appointed by the president Attorney-at-LaRobert Cook, of Hopklnsvllle, Office In Davis Building on corner. In the auditor's olllce, was ap Hickman, Ky. pointed assistant eecretary of state to succeed Mr. Ball. DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Mr. Cook is well known In Frank Dentist fort, where be has lived for three years Davidson's old stand. Phone No. He is from HonklnvIlle and I came to Frankfort with tht, nr.-cHickman, Ky. administration Just after Frank P James went In n auditor. Mr Cookl HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. will familiarize himself with the du I Funeral Directors and Embalmers. ties of the new ofllco and then will be gin work April 1. Phone 20, day or night. No one will be appointed to nil the Hickman, Ky. place made vacant by the appoint men lady of Robert Cook. He had charge of the corporation desk and, as most of Uie'BSJ W. F. MONTGOMERY work In that dejwrtment Is over for Undertaker this year, the auditor will divide up the Hork between the others. Hearse and drivers furnished on Take short notice. M fits to CMstUnlh. Business Directory d "What li the True Gospel." nnd we found that true Gospel more or less scattered In nil the various creeds, and none of them the pure nnd unadulterwe should be ated Gospel, so prepared to tlnd that the one true Church of Christ for the iwst eighteen centuries has leen seuttered here and there amongst various denominations, and that not one of these denominations Is the true Ohtireh. Not ono of them can rlnliu to contain all the wheat and none of the tares. "That They All My Do One." I remind you ngnln of tho 'simplicity of this Gospel which recognizes tho broad outlines of the Divine Plan nnd allows each Individual to see as many of tbe liner lines of the same ns his spiritual development will permit. On tlint brood basis of Christian union the early Christinas were ono and reprobated nny division St Paul rebuked those who said. I nin of Paul; I am of pullos. a in of Peter As only Christ died for nil of us, he alone must be recognised ns our Savior. As He Is tbe I lend of the Church nnd the only Head. He only must be recognized. As all ye are brethren, no the class distinction as between clergy and laity must le niimgnted thnt we all may be one Churrli with one faith. one 1ord and one bapflsimiiidoueGodund Fat her over all. "Babylon the Great, the Mother of Harlots." How the divided Church with clashing creeds appears to the Almighty, He tells us. culling us Babylon-whi- ch confusion. And who can deny the appropriateness of tho name? In times post Catholics Imve applied this name to the Protestant sects, nnd the SUTHERUKD'S EAGLE EYE SALVE Protestants In turn have applied It to Qood for Nothlnc but tho Eyes the Church of Rome. But when we come to examine the Scriptures on the i hey seem to Include all -- the suliJiH-- t ALL TIRED OUT Chnrvli of Itotne being represented as the Mother Church and the various Hundreds More In Hickman In the Protestant Churches ns her Daughters. Same Plight. The charge of harlotry which tho Lord ma! es against Mother nnd Daughters Tired all tbe time; miiHt lw acknowledged, although with Weary and worn out nljiht nnd day; some this harlotry tins been more open Hack aches; side aches; All on account of Uio kidneys. and pronounced than with others. Must help them at their work. Spiritual harlotry represents tbe conA Illckinnn citizen shows you how: dition in ulilch the espoused of the C. A. Watson, of Hickman, Ky., Lord becomes ntiillated with nnd Joined says:" For somo years I was a vice to the world The Church ofltomo kidney complaint. Thcro wero alilllated with or united to the tim of In pains tho of my civil go eminent of Rome nnd when tho wero always smnll sevcro back, which moro I Roman Lmplre went to pieces sho en pea. or iitteu. My back when stojache at tered Into ru eiiaut relationship with night and when I arose In the morn-tirevurlous divlxlons of the civil goern-meiit- . easily nnd occasionally suffered mid wime of these paramours Ing, I was very lamo. 1 became she still has, while others have left from norvous spells. IlemlachoH both ercd mo and I was subject to dizzy spells, during which there Has n blur ring of my sight. Wlion 1 caught cold, it settled on my kidneys and at surh times, tho passages of the se cretlons from those organs became too frequent. This weakm-s- s was particularly annoying during tho nigh und I wns ofton forced to arlso sevI write to tell you the eral times. Learning of Doan's Kid ney i procured a box at cood news that Cardui Helm and Ellison's Drug Storo and has helped me so much two dnyB nfter I began using thorn, and I think it is ust I received groat relief, lly the timo worth Its weicht in go d," I had taken tho contents of tho box I was cured. I never lose nn opjior-tunlt- y writes Mrs. Aiarvan Alnr-to recommend Doan's Kl.ln.--v snaii, or Woodstock, Ga. io oiner Kiuney surierers." I do hope and trust For salo by all dealers. Price COc. that ladies who are sufferFoster-MllburCo., Buffalo, N. V ing as I did, will take solo agents for tbe United States. Cardui, for it has been a Kemember tbo name Doan's and Ood's blessing to me, and will certainly help every take no other. 1 s d Frniii e Is goue. Portugal also, and Italy Spoilt Is moody; Austria Hun gary Is her ihlef reliance at tho pres-eutime She is well treated In America, but not Joined to the American Government She Is well cutcrtntued and given every liberty In Germauy nnd by many In Great Britain, but thec countries are not her (wramours. The Greek Church Is united to the Russian Government: the Church of Kuglnnd to the British Government The Lutheran Church Is Joined to several KurnHtiii goteruments. Others of our Protestant Churches, hating no for atllllMtlon with earthly governments, lwie become united to worldly hj stems, worldly organisations of their own. In which, as n rule, wealth, mammon, Mta at the head of the table "Like mother, like daiiiih tors' Is an old snjlng. Union of the One True Church. In a word our lord'x n)er will lj the "ovcrvotuerx " The) will U our with Himself mid with the I m her "owe l.nl. one Faith, one But IbtpllxiH. one liml. the Father." as for the nominal systems their fu tun wtll Ih destruction ns systems, lliooth nmny of God's dear issiple In fnlllMK to overcome, will In them xnisl so as dy tire" In n great time of trouble with which this age will teriuln.ile and the new age of the iiMit-ris- I Kingdom In (I Cor. III. t.'i oii have in) Im. Chrlstlau llreth reti. for the ftilMlluieiit of tbe Master's prn)er In the uttn of "Ac Chunk ithlrh In the ll'xtir of Chrtitr "the Chun h of th First born, whose names are written In heaven" Tills union i not ims essitHte iiur rvorgttulM tlon ns it new hs I or new Church It (a the 'mi- - CIimp h. the only one which Gd li.is fter recognised I tab)' hm without It woiinI not Ite In any sense of the 'wont rei ognlnsl. ami. as soon as tin' "oxensum-n"- " shall hnveescaKsl from RmIhioii. llablou will come In re tnemhrnie-before tiisl that He may gtre tier the up of the wine of III wrath, anil suddenly In one hour her fall will occur iteelatlou xvl. 10) To tho true Church the l.ord all along In tlmntcd thnt their oneness Is as mem bers of Christ, and not in earthly or sanitations. Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, II. llimilANAN J.W.At.H.XA.N'ltKK KENTUCKY J.J.aitONIIUItANT WltKOTOItrt llr.J. M. lltrilHAItl) It. M. IHI.KH OKO.ll.TIIUKt.KKI.il T.A.I.KDKOItll Wc combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and ofier our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS llt'l HAN W I'rcil.lcnl It ' ItAMAilK At l'.lilr J. A. TIIIIMI'HON. tn.liir S Books and Banks Choose your bank with the same care and that you select your Ixioks apply the high standard that you do in the selection of same your personnl friends. This is the exact, crucial test that wc invite from intending customers. Of course our own stnndards are nn 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 banking need thnt we cannot successfully meet- - nnd to your complete satisfaction. Investigate. Wc pay 3 on Saving Deposits. HICKMAN BANK WCKLID, CnihW .ISO I'm, Asst Cm birr r J .vv Sprinkling Rates FOR J t t t t 1011 t t The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May 1st and ending November 1st, 1011, in residence section, is 50 foot front and under 8c for each additional foot. 6.00 Good News u f Z t t t t t Business house rate, each door 6.00 Sprinkling must be done early in the morning or late in afternoon. Please remember this. This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. t t A HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. $ INCOIU'OHATKI) who is suffering." Ask for Omega Flour. Nono DettorsworUi ft Prather. x ODD. through a dry book. Xj3D.-7TC- 3 LAUNDRY -- AT- B. G. Hale Real Estate We have sevetal fine tracts of Bottom Land, below Hickman, for sale, also some West Hick-ma- n lots for half their real value Now Is Ihe Ume to invest in real estate in and around Hickman You can sec pries growing. Call on or That we should speak of wading on WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey For Coughs and Colds., Pay cash and save money on your coal bills. A. A. Farls. Kegular services at tho Presbyter-- , Ian church Sunday morning and evening. The Woman's Tonic from headache, backache pains in arms, shoulders and legs, dragging-dow- n feelings, etc., or if you feel tired, weary, worn-oand generally miserable Cardui will help you. It has helped thousands of other weak, sick ladies and If you will only give u a inai, you w ill be thankful ever after. ut The only dairy In Fulton County. No matter If you suffer proposal to a widow. That can mako one's malde Bradley & Patau's a fellow can be In a girl's ppesenco and yet be "gone." Tbt Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices Pratt's Poultry and Stock food at Holm & Ellison's. That the more we think of some people, tho loss we think of them. That the moro people we get to help us keep a secret, the soonor It gets away from us. London Opinion. 33 33190? DR. BELL'S ! ANTI-PAI- N ' i GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. d Fop Internal nnd External Pains. Eld. SIhorell attended th dlstrln j Missionary Convention of tho ChrlBt- jium uuuivu ui Aiurray, AlOIUlay, 11 Deacon J. II. Craig wa n pleasant caller at this offlcu Friday. Ho tells Mrs. Mntt Burns died Friday morn- iih thnt he mudu 08,630 ikmiikIh of coting at her homo six miles south of ton on r0 acreH of bottom laud last Fulton Sho wtw 31 year old, mid Is year, and Bold It at an uverngo of survived by n husband and four MM. BCHMIDT tbe TAILOR, addrtss me al 15 Hickman. Business Phone No. Lyrfo Theatre Saturday tolgbt. jim'i uu.wm A