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Team ko. rjIMTDOKT . u A BLUE MARE HEBE your inb mini thathai 'expired orlptlon Iienew promptly if rou want th paper to coma to ron after tbli month volume U i.vBT PAPER WBBTEKN oi thaJl m vi up the Hill at Success. The Courier has a SpanM Good Team. De M.7lour the Ulagan, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up ESTABLISHED HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1911. whole ho. auoi IN THE TEAB lSBtt C'.e'fr'W'-- HICKMAN IS LARGEST TOWN IN FULTON COUNT I w ! 1 Here are "Uncle Sam's" figures, which will show who's who as regards municipal growth: 7Vwn Population 1910 1900 Gain Loss POPULATION 6,246 Town ' Hickman, within the corporate limits Hickman and suburbs. ... Fulton, within the corporate limits. . . Fulton and suburbs Dii. 2, including Lodgton and Cnyce. . . Dis. 4, Sass. Ridge and Madrid Bend.. Union City Dycrsburg 2736 .3710 4389 4149 2282 1876 6246 2575 Population J910 1900 Gain Loss ft 1580 4156 2800 3585 2085 1120 3407 3647 2000 115 756 982 502 285 1147 403 Martin Obion Tiptonville Columbus Clinton Water Valley Wingo Bardwell J 2228 1293 843 970 1497 228 404 1087 1 1730 1034 1235 1462 254 418 1512 498 35 259 265 26 14 425 c 1 1 1 1 Ht w m Hickman makes the largest gain of any city within a radius of a hundred miles almost 25,000 POPULATION IN 1920. WATCH US GROW!! 00 per cent. 1 51 r'- - Police Court News, i. Naughty Scribes. HIS ONLY HOPE Killed by Train. R. II. Harper, of Union City, was Would Abolish Senate. JiMiw lUinley'a court Uj Wfl ,:, -- our loitl mor Martin, wtrrylit twuwilul . fliHtl 36 iuh! roatu nlxl 1U . J.ill. in Iimi ntrrylinc ronoiW Hn.d $KU and tomUi mimI 10 day imf LWl lllttlMMUll follow- Home days ago eontimornry edit llf ore wore romnrklng on the oddity of n TYIkk oounly limit being titiot four 3rrV W struck and Instantly at, )- -... i -it im(iu (IriitMMU, VJC carrying eoncoab'd utht :. i. id flwil In Jail. uMHiril Mool-- y, cutis im J 10 lt- - chnC"d with mimlonilntt cldVr, round not gull- MioiM-.oot Imil at Uio runs Mt afford place. llw following were flixtl $11.60 wti'fnr sinall ofttuwit, all miter! Mn-(- i u of imice: !iIm Carroll. Hid IVavlir, Frank Donning. '- - O. Vtn, lUma Orootim, N'lc Htuvd and llniiti 1h0.w.'h tin r1vr. We have it case In rourt this iu whUtb tli man In chamnl wlUi HlionUiu; his brother lit (lu patch. Kiuiflonlly, tho tobacco patoh Oald-wcl- l County Nw. And here's anothor one: While Harold liui whs scorllng Wbw lioiiHt from tint MlnH Violet Kittunluy iilglit a tiiuroh hoc-lund bit Mr nlliickcd tlw-1; (ln'rtit four Uiik'ji Iu Ibo public tuUan Murray (JntU. Yd, nitd jtutl a fuw dn)H ttfio i bxird a lllflkman woman wlio wun talking of Imr troubloH with n lin wlio rofuiH-- to go to Kiy, "And I Jut Hlnppitl bur on wi-ea h.iv-M;oU-liu- Eleven days' actual experience as Friday a member of Uie house of representaiiM)nilng by an M. and O. freight tives has convinced Rep. Victor Iee at Uio Union depot In that city. Uerger, the only Socialist in tho Mr. HariK.-r-, who attempted to croua hou.se, wlio comes from Milwaukee tho track before tho approaching en-- , Wis., that the senate is a useless gluu, trlpiKHl and fell acrona Uie track part of the government. He may tlw wikIiio, which was backing at Uie conclude to go even further thaa time, ikimhJiiu completely over his that. killed o body, evvorine Uio lower limbs from tho trunk and otherwlno mangling the remalna. Mr. Harper was about 45 years of ago and a prominent bualnens man of that city, having bevn In buslnetui for a number of yearn, coming from Troy. Hu was a, member of one of tho oldest families Iu the county. He la surviml by two children, Harry, aged 18, and Lola, ngc-- 14 years. Representative Berger will, for tho present, content himself with Introduction of a bill which will abolish the seuote. Ho has not yet prepared Uio measure, but lie Is Uilnking it over during his spare moments. Tills thought Is over the details of the bill, not Uio principle. That Is already determined. In Uio mind of RepresentaUve Uerger the senate must go. " I) I'ilKllM. Uia mL" V Uie Courier. I:'a olvbrate the Fourth. Quit twrniwlnK &!!& V Every sort of Toilet Brush for the Veal and spring Lamb at Matheuy Uros. store., also nil kinds of fresh man or woman. Hickvegetables. man Drug Co. d ' 4 "' " Words Will NotExprei Our Appreciation For Your Easter Orders ; H. E. CURLIN and JOY FLORAL CO. Nashville, Tenn. v e -- j , ' ' . : , -- . ji'v " J V, ' s i m ,n li -- iV ft i-- ' -- fv -- r iV- ' fir Barge of Pittsburg Coal Just Arrived! BETTER GET YOURS NOW, NONE BETTER. SUMMER PRICES STRICTLY CASH riiisuui ijii, Elect Directors. At a meeting of the stockholders Uio Hickman Independent Telephone Co., Tuesday, Uio following wore elected ns directors of tlie con-efor one year: W. C. I toed, B. T Davis, G. N. Holm. J. A. Town-lenE. Bottorsworth, J. C. Nowton, Thos. Dillon. Thos. DIllou was reelected president and B. T. Darts -i-- .vf ic;iiLuiy5 r. -Bad Negro Caught. EU.sha Scott, who split another negro's head open witli an axo. In the bottom about a month ngo and mnde his eacave. was caught yesterday In MetroiKill. Ills., after being tnuvd from ljiulsvllle to the I own State Muo. 'l'Jils is one of the most cold bloo-J-e- THE COAL MAN River on Stand. Champion Walker Here. Thomas II Ilrookfleld. of Hllss. Oklahoma, who Is walking on a challenge from the students of the New York College, from HHs. Okln . to New York CMy. n distance of 3.f.o uiMos. is In (lie city- - today. Mr. Ilrookfleld Is making the walk with four lwrtlefi, who "were given the advantag of US mils and The par-tiS5 miles ahead of him. are upHted to mako the dts tunc without bewgliii:. working or llHig anything, but to derive what money they receive for expenses hy lecturing. He carries with him .wo dogs, a large ami n small dot;; (be large made a similar fcrlp of S.&0O mile and AFr. Ilrookfleld stntett that the mimH on was ghon him by u mil e VI The river Is higher now than It has been for two years, and is well out of Its banks Thousands of acres of bottom laml, unprotected by levees are now under water, and will delay farmers with their work In such sections. The rher has reached 45.6 on the Cairo guage but is now on a stand, and will bo falling by tomorrow. West Hickman has considerable treasuror. water which came through th sewThe company is preparing to tho system In all directions from ers on account of the traps not beHickman and oUmrwIse Improve the ing properly fixed. The railroad people havo had n gang of men putting service. In floats along the railroad leveo for its protection hi case of high wind Cigars at Fetho & French's. and waves. it ox-len- d Farm Loans I make loans at 5 per cent, interest on lands located in Obion and Weakley Counties, Tenn., and Fulton County, Ky., in sums of $1,000 or more on first-claimproved farms. ss murders over committed In Fulton county. Scott had been boarding with hid victim, Horace linker, and wub preparing to leave. Ilakor naked him for Uie balance- due for board. The two negroes slept In tho same bed, and during the night Scott slipped out of the house f,ot nu axo, came and split Maker's head open while he lay asleep. The blow nrotised the family, but Scott got away and has lieen In hiding until apprehended yes-loray. The negro refused to Ira brought back without requisition lepers, nnd It will be several days before Sheriff Johnson ran get him In the Fulton county Jail. Ho will, howvr, be here In ilme for trial at the .May tenn of court. It U highly prohablo that he will get to try tho state's now electric chair. d I Klassy Spring Styles Exclusive Novelties and the most extensive line i I ligh Grade Shirts ever shown by us, nnd nt prices consistent with proper quality. s IUnn4r's daughter In .Vow York The prize offered are IMKMi. a dbutumd ring and gold wwtch for the Inner; $1,000 In uhdIi for the second and $1,94)0 for the others u ft race. A s4do lrt of fSO.BOO Is up m the contest which was put up by the Miller llrothors, owners of the le I ltnnch, wlio are backwre of Mr bt UrtMtkfteld. Mr Bride Killed Husband, UtUe nock. Ark., April It. IteajU- lng the enormity of her crime, iir. Maggie Utthea eccuples a eell In the Bradley cooaty Jail, sobblag day aad night for bee hiNband, whom the boa contested to bavlug killed laat weefc. She at first denlt4 her guilt, hot bow admits that the killed her husband la a fit of anger. To those who have visited tha girl- wife la her cell It seems apparent that she was temporarily Insane when stio committed the crime. They fear her continual brooding over the matter will cause her to lose her mind entirely. Only five months ago Maggie Whit-lngto- n of Marsdcn waa married te Lee Ilethva, a proaperone young of Ilradley county, and they lived together, apparently happy, until he killed. Shoots Husband In Back. Bethc went to Monroe, la., with a raft of logs, and on his return round his wife In an 111 humor. They quarreled over the amount of tnoaey he brought back and Mrs. Hethea refused to prepare breakfast. He waa cooking the meal, when she, according to her confession, shot htm In the baok. Dethea ran Into the yard and on Into a field. Ho feU and his wlf, who pursued, slashed hla threat with a butcher knife. Loavlng Uethea for dead, the wife returned to the bouce. Shortly afterward Dethea strugglod to the house and was seated upon the froat porch In a stupor when Mrs. Dethea discovered htm, and fired aaother load of ahot Into his body. Woman Traced In Field. The crime waa discovered soon afterward. Bethea's gun showed tt recently had been used. There were tracks of the wife la the new plowed ground where Dethea had struggled to prevent his throat from being cut Her shoes were muddy and she was charged with the crime. She stoutly denied her guilt and neighbors thought some man had committed the crltae. Dut the strain was too great and Mrs. Dethwa confessed. Wa-berm- Ilrookfleld says that his speed f i Loans made on fifty acres or more on five years time with privilege to borrower of paying same after one year in full or making any size partial payment desired at intervals of 6 months after one year from date of loan, interest being stopped on partial payments made. with good rootls Is CO mile In 10 hours. He Is nut supposed to walk Sundays, legal hoNdays or days lt.it it mitts. Four Matters nre kept mi the troll of those In the contest nut use automoblteM In following them ii Millet & Alexander . Mrs. Jas. Roberts, Mrs. Harper-Sam- ons, . i' Mr r aI O. SPRADLIN Union City, Tenn. no 3 Ilrookfleld at nothing but and mHk for bruAkfAat, do.jn'l t any dinner at all, bttt always is a hearty supper. II- - will glvo a frvo lecture at th mr House tonight, iMiglnnlug at 8 (m k. a hlghi- . Tlie Kentucky mating last rawing a building ami to make Club hold a speolal night for tho purNH of ar- AUCTION SALE! -- u OJNT Saturday, April 22nd At 2 p. m. and 7.30 p. m. we will sell to the highest bidder for cash, some good SEWING MACHINES SKIRT BOXES. DRESSERS HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE Attend the sale if you want to buy good goods cheap Sale will be held at 2:00 p. m. on the corner near the Courier office, and at 7:30 p. m. it will be held at the Hickman Job Shop in the old Photo building, above Stahr's stable. rangements for Uie early Inauguration of Hickman's social ami business club. A committee eomod of W. ('. Hoed, Guy Hale. K. At. Crutckfleld. It. A. Tyler and Gus Alexander, together with three trustvs to be appointed by President Walker, haw charge of making a conlrnot for a building and such other arrango ments as may bo neoeswary. At a special meKing held last week Uio resignation of the old building committee was reminded by vote of the club members on the ground that they had not dom nay thing, ami tlie aUive commit on inollon. was eleoti'd by Uie niemlx-rIt is to bo hoped that Uie Club will soon bo located nnd going full Want preit !. yem. It wna th pkMHHirf of ii or ttt to offlabit at the marrtam ML ZIoh wWdiborhooit, dUnl nt 3 o'- i&mt .N'enl BamoHs assl Mtt i clock Saturday mornUig and was bur- lltirjxw, on kuit SMMday. uc n.- - i t led at Ml 'Ion Sunday hhkh4hk. He of lk brklw'g lrwkr luw H. llurjHile, Hwr Jordan Mi den Hi was ciiusol by etmwtrtpttoti. lotw, 1 a stilawilld yfMM mm. i She Is minlvvd by her husband erty of thui miuMMtty. Iu mid seven children Will, Mm. Hwit moviHl lo IwIIhbu. Mr Hsu. r. . Shuck, of Jackson. Tsinu AthM lleu-ule- Uie bniilful am! clinrmhw da Airs. Kai Hale. I)tak, lleruiaH of Mr. and Mra Wofd llri i 1m and I'ottt. of H IrWttiU and ikiUii m partttM were was a iko1 chrtsttH wo- ciNlieMH man and will bo ihWhkI fruw Uwi fam- W'ltHHM thlr MMITtAJtw that their pathway uwy -- i" ily eirolo. U. T. llt'KY UinHifth Mfei Itev. Oiruiati preM)hel the funora) to a la raw crowd of sorrow"Unclu Jit NiHtiMiH, our i. ing friends. Jalbr, Ihm a full hiMwe hw fined In llie Jail an twit wiiii. n Tlie old Line shack iuumI for a Tom Itirtor and llert warclKHisw is surrounded by watwr. cliarHd Willi murder, ami one is and boHtti are forccil to imlond on Will Thowas. Tli in- - Hmm. the etty'n streolM. hWmi i..i 't would -- whit and one tlrkhtl to kh (lie old uarvhnMiHH-wi4- i with hhih1t. will be niMitl t.) LL away I IK In fnt. the Th. ih aiMib.-- r wi--t nhotihl belli nd the rimipany with (trl r. Kthdm Holl nnd .imh a sharp sMrk ami make tm-Ihw naiiie xlt are unnblt u. us pnip rty half wuy dtKi-n- t 11u-So Un-rnri- nix murder trial !d do It nt other towns fiw i In- - May term of oir' Jus Itobort. - rHtMfl(od rs4dit ail 4k i -- . - . pr. N I wH-nio- n !('. x-- e - There's Class to m fV, If it rains will be held at Hickman Job Shop. Home Phone 36 Schwab's m Route 5, Clothes.. saTP'J The Everything You Want Tho littlo Solomon boy Is very sick at tills writing. llorman .Howard went to Union City Tuesday. Hov. Walton Stlglor and Mr. O W. Donnell went to Martin Friday Mr. Hob Wilson and Miss Mnudo Onburn went to Hickman Sunday "TJio singing given by Mr Dolph Hicks Sunday evening waa greatly enjoyed. The people aro very busy working on tho hard road from Union City to the lake. Itev. Jonos filled his rogular appoint mont at Alt. AInuuel Sunday a largo crowd attended. Air drover Wilson of Union City spent Saturday night wiUi hfa mother Airs. Agnes Wilson. Attarfus Nclllo Loo Escue, Nina Strother, ami lleulnh Olover spent Saturday night with. Alias Georglo Council near Ilogers. Tho Eautor ogg hunt that was given by Air. and Airs. Dock Kirk was greatly enjoyed by tho littlo people Hubert Hicks finding tho most oggH was given too prlzo. Grocery Snow Flake Flour. Best Meats in the city, fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. k hey are made or the very best material throughout, designed and finished by skilled craftsmen, who study every detail of style 1 rn, , , . Deliveries Prompt and effect. I have all the new fashions right in quality, right in price. Come in and ask to see a Schawb Suit. No troubl e to show goods, it's my duty and a pleasure to do so. Telephone orders receive our personal attention. MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74 mm II .r a '.. SJfiEBsH 1 OPEN Hickman Electric Recital Very Fine, 'WYTYYTYTTTTYYTYTYTYW From WI m-m- "u M ,.,..t, I it: Mm Counlv Caiiiol Studio Photographs in every style. Prompt Service. All Work Guaranteed. Tho two former were exceptionally fine artists. Mr. Mlerscb. tlie violin. 1st, wua the finest ever In this cRv. mid too mueh eannol bo wild In Ural or niH wwrk. UnforUiiKitely the wwiUier wae bud NOT HOW CHEAP HUT HOW oml the nlinidancj eomll. making the GOOD comwt n lotting proportion with the do Copying nnd Enlarging, ladle, but those who braved Uie e 1r I Iftiorm felt nilllilv mutl ll,..l 1, ., ki 1..II: I,w '" ',cw and Flash Light Pictures iiioiiU. tho hkHiuI would have been any time or place. pauuntawl, and Uie Indies real- Iim! n enuj; mini Ineluad of hwlng lltO to K. Opn Evening!. Come and See The irformr win be welcomed back wjolii. 1 ! I Oiw of tho greatest mimical treats AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ever In Hickman was given Tuesday Circuit Court. night by J Mlorech, violinist. Carl Routel plnnlst and O. O. Friormood. J. J. C. Uondurant vb. J. W. Elks uuriiono, unuer Uio auspices of the t al. Suit on inortinurn. Inoe Taylor vm. IlolIU Taylor. Suit Iadloe Uulld. wun ine streets M"i l"l"l ..i...,... lllllllll la hero this week. slcTc III Alfred McDanlel Mrs. D. Spring Hats "J ror drvorce. W. K. llnll Lumber Co. vs. C, M. Tolley. Suit on account. A. C Kluibro v. N. C. & SU L. Klmbro MieH for $200 damages by renhon of the roiiiiany taking dirt fnm hie loin In Muiigul Vlow. V. II. Wooda vh. Julian Chbato. Aienl from qiuirtirly court. Woods Ul list. WEATHER: day. Tullta Is on tho Fair today and Fr. Hro. Uargalim In spring suits at Sullivan n OOlNMalllo at John Cobb, of Union City, was horo Sunday. Collllllbua nnil Mr W. T. Younger wont to Ripley Wed- Choato arroetfd a hormj thhif horo nemJay. , and uio Mr. Wood fnr imir nt ) reward. WmmIh clolmixl that ho nnd Tom Krenoh was In Union City not Mr. Choato unido tho nrrvsU Tuewlay. A Superb' Show-- . ing Here 4s 4?2. Sh V .. TiinHiliout thto feeilon jjmerally, nMM4ky whore they have couiot. Next to Price Motel. 8llJieii Smith, ago HI, April 12, of Hon. tin mllmnda nr ndvrtlaiHj( typhoid fover. atHN'M nMi to IMtUt Hock, lHtj MorrlWMithor. (col), nge 20, Ark , oh ncMHt of tho Con (ail era to April 11, oplliMy. lit- - wrvlivn n t lli Clirtetlnu lint the N. C. iloem't teem fol-?- . Itoiillue I'aco, ado 10 months. April n Mintt h.it Hundny will Ui MrfMk k boopwwit to apmd any IS. pneumoutn. ttundny rVhool 911 n. ml, C flM- - UMU HHrMX.. MOMf UOTO SI. 1.. MHyee, ago SmlUi. tip.irlntondeiit. Kennon Uy ninntlt, April 12, , Cfo-M11.. iMurfiH-llev. llorneo HlhereN nl Owrt will wHirotto lit Hick imaUHIONla. Will Mnrnoy, (col) ago !I0 years, m , JMilJi4, "lUduK WK JweW man a wk from next Monday. mi i1M p. in, "A Complete lljr- - Jii4c HmiI. of ladawti, wIN be ask-m- I April U, ptiUiHifet. r tutor." to hold thie court. The number Real Estate Transfers. ! irf Ih tried at Wile tMTHi lt Wt Imvij 100 iaWrna In wuh'm mall than ueiiel. J. K. Tucker to T. It. Carter, lots miii to Mteot from. frwti 1uHoik $1000. MfeNiw MMmI ClmrloUo WlbHHi. !.. u U. an I !l vim llros. J. A. .Moor to J. T. Dillon. lot In llHWbanl. Iettoo AtwiKxl, A Mil Cow-KiSouthern Height, $17. P. M. Itynti. of Uio Wr Mm ml Moaom dim Aloxandw, (luy J. J. HoRtiti to It. T. Tylor, part n. Box Co.. I lik thin wwk ('apt UnU- - aiHl (NmkltT Johnaon of 20 acree land In bottom, $213. .iUia hi looking after lb Nml a daiiiv in Pulton Tular ntttbt It T. Tyler to J. J. Hoano. land In I hotiom. $1600. J110 Howell ut nl to It. A. Howell, J. Madison Pulen Dlrthi. Mtes Charlotte Hubbard Is vlslUng To J. II. TowtuHim! and wlfo, April In Pulton. 8, a nlrl. KioryUiIng In flonts furnishuigs at RalllTOii Ilros. Death. J. H. Nelson hoe sold piece to S. h. Dodds. his home thr W. P. Loo. of Mayfleld, was here Tuesday on bimlnoss. Orvta Sulllvnn return! Wednesday from a visit to Mayfleld. Mies Pocahontas Klklns Is visiting friends In Canitliersvlllo, Mo. N'lce 1 k The Millinery Department here is still the most attractive place in the store. We have just gone through two days of "unprecedented millinery selling, yet the collection of fashionable Dress and Tailored Hats is is complete, and we are daily adding clever, new models that you will not find anywhere else. Come, and bring the little ones, we are prepared for them, oo. For lioya clothing seo Sullivan llroa. patterns; prices $1.75 to $4. Pi-ta- A. I. Owen, of MaKonzIo was hero several days this week on business. New Spring Styles in Oxfords il il atii-iidi- Mrs, W. A. Carpenter Is here from Tresoviuit, Tonn., visiting rolaUves. CowgUl Rogers was In Louisville early part or this week orf business Seo Sullivan Hros. Tlioy can and will save you money on your spring r.o 3r- tlI F yon - to Mrs. Mnttlo Hur- ton. of Union City, lot Fulton, $B00 ixl oilier cnuohh'rutlon. W. II I'oktrove to J. D. CtiaiiilHira) hoiiB.. and lot iu Fulton, $375. C I, Walker to Mrs. AnnUi Swnyno llirw lots Soutborn Hulghts, $000. II T. Inh to Tom ThomnH, Iioumq nnl lot 011 Troy nonuo, $I3fiO. W V. Morrte arrt, $1111.11. suit. 8 those Gold Hond $2 Huts at SiiIMvrii Jinw. Ji guarantee with each one. mil :FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN: We are showing the largest lines of Ladies', Misses and Children's Oxfords in Hickman. Black and brown veloose, black suede, black velvet, patent kid, tan Russian calf, gun metal, black vici kid, in pumps, ties and ankle straps. Complete line of Lodies' Oxfords Misses' Oxfords Children's Oxfords to 4:.00 ..1.25 to 2.75 60c to 1.50 Frank Sanders, Sr and 6on Frank, of Mayfield, ICy., were horo Tuesday on biislnettti. SulUran Bros. Invito you to call and see tholr bargains before buying your spring clothing. are ready for that Spring Mat you will find one to fully satisfy you nt this place. Our Spring and Summer stock consists of such a wide variety of styles, shades and kinds of Mats, both in Straw and Felt, that individual description is impossible. You must sec them to appreciate thern, nnd you cannot help being impressed with the fashionable character of our Mat showing. Bank Election. 1 Mrs. F. M. Case and son returned Tuosday from a vbut with hor moth-- r Stockholders of tho Hickman Dank at Paducali. & Trust Co. met title week and elected tho following directors: I Every sort of Toilet Ilrusb for the S. J mi. llrynnt. C. 0. Schlonkor, man or woman. Hick-- 1 It T. TW. W. C. Johtihon, It. A. man Drug Co. Tyb-- r nnd W. 11. llaltzer. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tho followliu; offleore wore eleftU-d- : It T. TJler pnjHldont, W. C. John-M- PraUier of Hlythosvllle Ark. a ton vlcinddent, W. C. Hoed, cash-Ii- t pound girl on tho IS1I1. and Jno. I'ylo. assistant cashier. Miss Vera 1'Jea.siint, of Union City, Kleowhero In this Ishiio will bo visited Miss Uicllo Moss nnd sister, found Uiolr announcement, which de- Mrs. Phlpis, this week. fines tho pollay of the now InstituRandolph Initio and Mbts Herthn tion The olmngo in uniuo dMu't mean Allen Hicks, boUi of (iiyco, were tills any pnrtteiilar cliange In tho bank's week gnuitwl llcniuio to marry. busineoe pollclos. It will continue to We try to have each article advertorve Its big list of patrons In the tised even better than the advertiseaamo courteous and accommodating ment says It Is. Hickman Drug Co. manner ns It lias for the past quarter of a century. Willi tho present Deo McNeill Is roiwrted Very low. et of officers nnd directors, tho Hick- suffering from relapse of measles and man Dank nnd Tmst Co. is lxmiid to pneumonia, and his recovery Is doubtproMir. No letter financial Instltu ful. tlon In Uio state. Will of Rlploy, who lias been hero for Uio past two weeks on busTho C. W. H. M. of tho Christian iness, left hero Sunday for Mouglo-wooQmroh, which wns held In Murray last week, voted to hold ntixt year's A petition la being clrculnM anioiif meeting nt Fulton. Mrs. Ceo. Jewott of Mnyflold, wns chosen secretary to tho business men asking the Loe I.bio Co. to give us n now warehouse Hiiured Mlse Annlo Hale, of nt Ilickmnu. lvIl, d 1.50 Smith & Amberg r, d. $15.00 ix v. Guaranteed for ten years. This machine will do the same work that a $65 machine will do. See this machine at our store. H May-fiel- (. irlikllH'), WC 7 our ad are as VE vertising ascareful in the goods we are m Mathony, of Toxns, who Is visiting hero, has consented to contribute two muslcnl numlmrs nt tlio show tomorrow night. She Is a very fine violinist and has the reputation of being Uio flutist lady whistler In the United States. Don't full to. hear her. or STOI.KX: From my miles west of Hlckmnii, Murch 1st, ono red cow. with white foot, loft horn sllppd and dorblt and ovorblt In right ear, weight aliout S00 pounds, probably lias young cnlf. Any Information will be liber ally rewarded. J. S. Alnddox, Home 3p Phono II 5V4home 2Vfc 1111- Mtt Mzclo Salmon nnd Kathor-in- o llrock attended tlio funeral of the lattor's sister. Mta.'Klln Holt, at Arlington, .Monday. Mlhtutt y MARKS FOR SALE: A few good Hrood nnd Work Mares on easy terms Also a few Milk Cowb with yn.ung calves. S. L. DODDS. STRAYHI) 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 II. C. Hurch, Is the guost of Hick-a- n relatives. Mr. Hurch has boon In tho employ of n lumber concern In Arkansas for some time. R. N. Stevenson, of Missouri, and Mrs. Zona Winters, of this city, were married nt the Court House Saturday by Judge W. A. Naylor. what really constitutes good furniture, Presbyterian Remember Church: tluit thero will be services every Sun- Sunday even Ins after six o'clock. day henceforth. Everybody Invited. Win. O. Stockton, Minister. In a were Just and how you may exercise true taste in furnishing your home. TheyWolf Island, starting leaving skiff th and In for R. K. Davis, of Paris, Tonn., reWhile th will undoubtedly be n source of interest to you, it Kentucky shore tho skiff wns upset ceived a Moon Automobile by boat by ninliiiiK onto n pile, tlio top of hero yesterday nnd left Uils morning will be n source of profit to us, for the more you know about which wns barely concealed by with tho machine, overland. water. When they wore dump good furniture, the surer we are that we will trade at our store. a man on tlio trans In 'tho Mrs. Wade Mitchell and son, of Our earnest desire is to offer you nothing but the best; and, on ed steamerriver called to them to cntch Kingston Springs, Tenn., und Master fur the point of advertising, to give you the' absolute truth concern hold of n guy ropo from the bout t" William Hill, of Nashville, visited tlio piling, nnd they had presence of Mrs. II. I.. Cray list Friday. ing our goods in the most conservative manner possible. mind enough to do . this nnd cling II. H. CreaBon and Miss Myrtlo Osthere until boatmen enmo to tholr In tho party wore Mr. and borne, two popular young people of rescue. many Mrs. Clou Wright, Mrs. Will Hard. West Hickman, surprised their INCORPOIIATKD Iloyd, Will Davis and Goo. friends by being married at the Court Miss Dixlo Houao, Saturday, by Judge Naylor. Ilull. Next Door to Post Office. showing you properly furnished rooms, A party of six people had a narrow oncapo from drowning at Columbus St. Louis Furnishing Co. -I- NCORPORATED f, HI Ni t 1 HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. On account of high water, the Men-ge- l part of last week were obliged 10 Hox Company was forced to tdiut send barge down and bring out 1 Ir loggers. Cnpt. Twills bringdown tholr logging operations, wlileh stock and ing them out with the Mongol they had just opened on the IxniU MIsh Molllo Hourne spent Sunday tract, twenty miles below hero at Donaldson Point, "Mo., and latter In Union City. It Ti. ilf' . tV . ..-- '. -- '"I S LESSjECASH Pittsburg Lump Coal (Cash with order) Bon Air Lump Kentucky Lump . 4r.90 Ir, ; The Courier's Weekly Sermon y 1"-ll- PAbTOH HfShKU.T tjj Ky. Lump Coal xj3XjXX7aarua x HICKMAN (A I MARBLE T0A Huccrttor to II. O, WORKS IsV. KHTAllMHIIKIl DILLON, Sr Prop. WHY A RESURRECTION! I ' At lbiiiiiiiaKe,ilecvnii . . 4.75 4.75 The Resurrection Doctrine Pe- tiilU A Rfl A Ton J IB 113 jf'-jh-1T- Marble and Granite BE Monuments CURBING, STONE WORK OF KINDS, IRON FENCING. When cash does not accompany order I charge 0 extra for making collection, which will make ihe prices as follows : culiar to Christianity, but Known Let me save you money on your coal. ; ii All to No Other. Pittsburg Lump Coal . Bon Air Lump Coal 5.25 Kentucky Coal ..5.25 Prices based on delivery within the city limits. Parties out of town desiring to haul their own coal will be allowed 40 cents per ton deduction from'prices quoted. You can leave your order, accompanied with cash, at the office of Hickman Ice it Coal Co., or phone 48 if you you wish order sent C. O. D. No one has authority to extend credit, so don't ask for it. I will appreciate your patronage, an i by selling strictly for cash can give you security against an exorbitant advance in prices. $5.40 STEVE PHONES STAHR BOTH death, uiuiiusi Ions of the lapse of h. time, waiting for Ihe Redeemer, will M'l ii Ills Kingdom lu glory, as mm lining HU llrldo with Himself for the blessing of all the families of the earth. The bringing forth of the prison era out of the prison-housof dentil will be to set before them, under the glorious provisions of the New Dispensation, nu opportunity for 110 errrlatt to the laws of the tV by Kingdom under the assistance of Ihe lusi wnly One the alternative being not eternal torment, but death- - Second Death, from which there will be no hope of recovery All Souli Co to Sheol. Some one may say. Pastor Russell, w'hnl Hlxiul the houlT If the liody goeit to hrttt, hade, the tomb, where ishs the koiiI? I reply thai It Is the wiul that K''S to ml. to hadt Ihe jriurr Ihe tomb, tbe state tit detith Although tt nimI hade nrv Inttisktt the words ed ui mr iHore llitn- -i than trnnslutisl hill ncrthHw they refer, uot to die iikoiikJ uf ( rlli. wldeh Is lu the UMtiire of n immumclit. but to the ic ret hidden iHHllttoii. profernbly ot led 'll- toliil, the illiytm As Jsii- - deMffided Into Aadr. h do Am Ihe Pulliur mists) sll m.i nkliit) lllm fnitti ihe dead oil tho third da. mi It U iriMiiitsnl itMt He will rnlsttus. the t'Uiin h. up fniiu the (lend More ihiin this Ihe uiiJhsI also. lhoe .lio inv im)I tsti nitnvis of CimI lu tbv life, shall u II iKMiWNkened from lirem-ii- t the sI,hji uf iletith They will come l forth rtxNs llHg sin. ImvltiK ihed under Ihe rvtgn of Sill mid IhMth Thi-jwill ismie fiirth tlmi they may learn the ways of rlyhlisiilsness. the of Mhhli s life everlasting The ghMifled Jesus mid His glorllled . 'loir, h ihe Itrhle. will Ih- - Ihe Knym wlMse sMH-ln- l work for n Ii..iisiim venr will tie the lipllftlm: f tnaiikliHl. not only from the lomli hut s.i to Hrfe lion of llfi "every msn In his own order" or rank The niillllinn will hie ns ninny as lifting them up from the degnt latlon and meanness nud Imperfivtlun into which nil have fnllen by one man's disobedience, uuder tho laws of heredity. e liifiM-iiwst. Hickman, Kentucky What Should Not RUe? Faith and Doctrines and Prove Thtm All FaUe? Pattor Ruitell Provta It So London, April 10. If the Would Thi Dd Affet Chritllsn M LgAjbTog.-R,uiseiu- Tnbernncl wai crowded to bear Pastor Russell's Easter sermon on "The Resurrection Hope the Only One." Ill text urn from I Corinthian xr. 1218- :- The London Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, H. mtOIIANAN KENTUCKY J.J.ailONDtlltANT i.Kiiromt iilitrurroitN J.W.AtiKXANIIKIl (1KO. ll.THllKI.K-KI.I-I j lir.J. M. IIUIIIIAUn T. A. It. M. IHt.KIt "How say some auiouK you tluit there Is no resurrec tlon of the dend? If Christ bo not risen, then la our preaching vnln nud your faith Is also vnln; theu they also which nro fallen asleep In Chrlxt are perished." Tho speaker salil:- - We combine nbHolute safety with antinfnclory nervice, and ofier our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS lllCltANAN. I'rrilitrnl II Special Clubbing Offers. . M. Attorney-at-La- TYLERi w over-bloomi- ;, 5 ond Notary Public ? Will practice in all Courts of the State. XXlolKJEXLJvax, IEy. ; 5 Office with Judge B. T. Davis J; John Rovllle, a poor laboring man if Corydon, saw an ad in a paper asking for Information about a man 3f bis name. He answers the ad., penl correspondence with Missouri attorney, and found that an aunt had Jled and left him a fortune. How sweet are the dear old aunties. Farmers and others who lire at a distance from a drug store should keep In the house a bottle of BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It may be needed at any time for cuts, wounds, sores, sprains or rheumatism. It is a powerful healing and penetrating remedy. Price 25, COc and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. 6 . KELLY SMITh Attorney-at-Law Clinton, Kentucky Onfltnlh af U (its la ChrltlUnlti. Business -- Directory Every reader of the Courier can secure all of the six beautiful rose bushes described below without charge. They are all well rooted one year old plants, guar- Ity. The reason for this Ls not far to anteed to reach you In good condition. Each collection will bo accom- keek. Prom childhood we have Iteen panied with full Instructions on plant-lu- taught that nobody U dead, that in dy Ing everybody, good and bad, gets more and cam. ullve than over before, that thin alive-nes- s ROSE The Black Uose BLACK to the N.ilntly fen means spiritual marks the highest attainment of the hybridizers skill. For grace, form (towers and tin Immediate entrance and color the largo beautiful flowers into hem en. dcntli lMlug swallowed up look as If they were cut from the In life The iiiisnlutly masses also, we were tcild. uoithl have quickened sonl heaviest dark rich velvet. hllltles nfter dying; tbnt they became WHITE KILLAItNEY Tho wonder mure alirr, more able to appreciate and ful new "Irish Beauty" unfolding broad wax like petals Into enormous surfer p,iln. Our Catholic neighbors told us that semi-ful- l flowers of pure snow white. the majority would Immediately go tn PRESIDENT TAFT It Is a BtroiiK. Purgatory, there to be tried by various robust, vigorous grower. The flo . sufTerliigs mid tortures later on to en era are faultlessly formed, extra ter heaven Our Protestant teachings large and double, the color un eiquia were to the effect tbut the unsulntly Ite shade of bright sparklliig pink. masses, until for the presence of God and the hulj. would bo consigned to ao YELLOW KAISEIUN It Is a r bust, healthy grower, very hardy eternlt) f toriurennd made very tuucb bush on which great masses of ex- nmre alle to their awful sufferings. quisite golden yellow roses are borne. I'hus we were taught to believe Unit RHEA REIO Great masses of larce diHith Is a Kirtiil or door Into an in double flowers of tho richest velvety tenser life that notmdy is iStad. MMUy ourselves and were red are produced on the whole bloom of us (terplexi-perpleied by others with questions ing season. how there could be a DOROTHY PERKINS In habit of rrrtlnn of thr dead" If nobody Is"mur dead. bloom, it 1 extremely free, produc ing flowers In Immense clusters. The We molded the itiestluii, or gave tbe color la an exquisite shade of clear answer. "Mystery; go run aud play shell pink. Now What Do We Find? When once we see that "the wages Send lis only $1.25 to pay for the Courier one year and The Farmer & of sin Is death" and not eternal torStockman one year and we will send ment, and that tbe Illble bell Is the you these Blx beautiful everbloomlng tomb and not n llery furnace; and that roses postpaid and absolutely free of all mankind go to shcol to nafrj--Juas did our Savior; hen wo begin to charge. Address all orders to the Hickman see that what we till need is to lie Courier, Hickman, Ky. saved from theul. from hadu. Just us the Savior was. A resurrection saha lion Is thus tbo salvation hope of the Church und of the world. THE RULING THOUGHT What a relief this gives us as respects parents, children, neighbor, friends mid the heathen, who have died out of Christ, unsulntly. What com fort it brings to know that they are Hleepjng In tli great prison-housof Biblet Have Decn Read Too Careletdy. Tor j'Mirt God's people havo hnd ex cellent Rlbles and thus been blessi-fitr In ndvmice of brethren who lived during (be "Dark Ages." Wo hnro rend our Illbles too carelessly and of ten hare most of us wondered at the great Ktriwjj yt. Paul Inld upon the . resiirm-lionRarely is the subject preached iiiHn now and rarely In It ever thought of except as un absurd d r ItAMAoK. A- -t (lilr J. A TIIOMPhON, Cm. in,, cir Books and Banks Choose your bank with the Mine care and discrimination that you select your 1ooIch apply the same high standard that you do in the selection of your personal friends. This is the exact, crucial test that we invite from g intending customers. Of course our own standards are ns high as yours. Let us meet on a common plane of gool faith and business courtesies, viewed in the broadest light. You hnvc not a legitimate tanking neetl that we cannot successfully meet- - and to your complete satisfaction. Investigate. Wc pay 3 on Saving Deposits. HICKMAN BANK W C Ktt D, Ciishier .ISO SUTHEHliHD'S EAGLE EYE S&LYE Good for Nothing but thu Eyas ALL PUr, Ast Cmhirr TIRED OUT In Hundreds More In Hickman Same Plight the V'VW.'V. v. w.-v, -- -- t vv 6.00 J J st e ASK FOR RATES- - W. J. McMURRY Attorney-at-La- "Sure Cure" 111 T Office In Da via Building on corner Hickman, Ky. DR. Bfc'VGJwJ J E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. old stand. Phone No. Hickman, Ky. 2. jWIBBlS straight! Ho (pathetically) life preserver? Sho (anxiously) FURNITURE CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. HICKMAN Phone 20, day or night. Hickman, Ky. Have you got a Yes; Is "I would like to guide suffering women to a sure cure for female troubles," writes Mrs, R. E. Mercer, of Frozen Camp, W. Va. i nave lounu no medicine equal to CarduL I had suffered for about four years. Would have headache for a week at a time, until I would be nearly crazy. I took Car-d-ul the headache any more." and now I never have Tired nil the Umo; Weary and worn out night and day; Hack aches; side aches; All on account of the kidneys. Must help them at their work. A Hickman citizen shows you how: C. A. Watson, of Hickman. Ky., says:" For some years I wa a victim of kidney complaint. There wero pains in the small of my back, which wero always more suvero when I Btop ped, of lifted. My back ached at nlfiht and when I aroso In the morn-tireeasily and occasionally suffered lnj, I was very lame. 1 became from nervous spells. Headaches both ered me and I was subject to dizzy spells, duritiB which thero was a blur ring of my sight. When I caught cold, It settled on my kidneys and ut such times, tho passages of tho secretions from these organs became too frequent. Thin weaknusB was particularly annoying during tho nigh and I woh often forces! to arise l times. Learning of Doan's Kidney I'llls, I procured a box at Helm and Klilson's HniK Htoro nn.l two days after I began using them. I received great relief, lly tho tlmo I had taken thu contents of tho box I was cured. I never loan an minor. tunlty to recommend Doan's Kidney PI1U to other kidney Hufferers." For sale by all dealers, 1'rlco COc. Fostor-MllburCo., Buffalo, N. V sole agents for tho United States. Ilemember thu name Doan's and take no other. d sev-ora- $ t Sprinkling Rates FOR 1911 The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May 1st and ending November 1st, 1011, in residence section, is t i t i f 50 foot front and under 8c for each additional foot. Business house rate, each door 6.00 Sprinkling must be done early in the morning or late in afternoon. Please remember this. This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. t i t i t ) $ HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. INCOI'.l'OHATKU W. F. MONTGOMERY Undertaker Hearse and drivers furnished on short notice. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. it on Ask for Omega Flour. None Uetteraworth A i'rather. x Dr. C. Hutchinson Eoly, the brain ex port of Duluth, was dlsousslng the nsw LI3A.VIU (Then the wreck want on.) iCARDUl Th Woman's Tonfo Tbe pains from which many women suffer every month are unnecessary. It's not safe to trust to strong drugs, right at the time of the pains. Better to take Cardul for a while, before and after, to strengthen the system and cure the caase. This Is the sensible, the scientific, the right way. Try It LAUNDRY AT B. G. Hale Real Estate We have several fine tracts of Bottom Land, below Hickman, for sale, also some West Hickman lots for half their real value Now Is the time to Invest In real estate in and around Hickman You can see prices growing. Call on or address me Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey tuberculin cure for progressive paralr, ls, a malady common to brain work) For Coughs and Colds., Pay cash and save money on your coal bill. A. A. Farlt. The only up-tdate dairy in Fultou County. o Pratt's Poultry and Stock food at Helm & negular services at the ing. Presbyter-Iaeven- n Ellison's. church Sunday morning and ANTI-PAI- 0 0 0 GROCERIES Ph one C. H. Moore i 03 33 ST DR. BELL'S N For Internal and External Pains. SCHMIDT the TAH.OR. If D rices and nunlltr will '.( vnur trade, we are it. Hickman Furnituro Company. Although lu tho vory hottest of tho Nowi York State Capitol flro, deorgo Washington's sword was found practi Dy a voto of 1C to 4, tho state cally intact And tlmo hasn't hurt eenato of Wisconsin, adopted a bill, granting women's suffrage In all tlio fame of its revered ownor a bit I more. state elections. "Tuberculin has cured a third of thi oases It ha been tried on," h said, "Henoe It may be called a pretty rood cure. Dut a better cure for the diseases due to overworTc 1 rest." Dr. Hutchinson Eely thumped the table rigorously. "When a professional man tells m he Is too busy to take a rest," he cried, "I tell blm he Is like a workman who lis too busy to sharpen his touts." rt. Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices , '44ee-e- I at Hickman. I Business Phone No. 15 Thostre Saturday night, ,A J 0. Stubbs DENTIST Ullnll B!lfl. 0 St.wra'tMare tio.H Ikon ', THEHieKMAN COURIER. ; A BLUE MAKE HEBE mini thatbsiyour iab expired scrlptton He Dew promptly If yon want the paper to come to rou after thlt month I ,nq is the Team that Pulls tne Commercial Wanon un thP uninui: m wn. nf znnr. ThB CUriBr hBD B Spanktn' Gnod TBam' GrB3SB thB m I Ms I V WW". Old Man, and Let's Hitch mnnir wn Up u i (BT PAPER 1M WESTERN XUNTUOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, V7I 111 wnat "iman, Ry. What Hickman, Ky. m 1911. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAS 1HBU qhri ttiiciness Lots m mi Vit 1 ICC Commencing A M 9 r X m. H AC A A m WANTS A Monday, April 24th, all lots n RICHMOND & BOND BUSINESS SUB-DIVISIO- N will be advanced On.) of the Veneering pUuu In the world. eotmumlng 2.100,000 fowl of log per month One of tin-- oldeat and largest Wagon I'nctorloH In Aineriou A Shingle und Planing .Mill. A llrhk Miiiiiifuclory. An Ich 'urior A Hiinimw A I'oihtHv lllock Fnolory liirit A Crockery Plant. A CnnnliiK Paotory. A flloe Factory. l.re A A A Put-lor- $5.00 per lot invprice. Another advance will be announced toon. G. B. BOND Notice. NumriHM lliMik nik-- l 8lattonrv A t. ami I0e or Ttirva l.ury IkiriM and Slate llnru, 1'lire ilnU'la Four lttall Dry Ooixla Slorw Tir OiKa Piiriibihtii; 8lor. Two larK ItiHall llanlwre fltortM. Two liirn I'lirnltiire StoTtM. Hire Drus 8tor SMnru .Meet TJiro A Mottling Worka An AiUomoMI- - OarnH Two I ,ii m Ut YamlB Two PlwmWiiK awi Tin SIioim. (laollue HiiMtne Factory. Marble Works Two (Itn I'lunu A Strunc llanks. A Mntlreaa Factory. A Onr Factory A An Kxecdalor Factory. iat a jihiiii Factory. A A SM)ke Furtor'. A Hub Factory A 8t Fnctory. A Skewer Fnclnrv A Shuttle Factory. A lioat und (loir Nuraory Corriu Parlory. WlioU-aiilPoultry Hous. Furniture Factory Cluilr Factory till11" vii PA ?i mm tin' )U a rz jf Stick Factory Carriage Fnctory. a A An Automobile Factory. An Kwjliie nud Hollur Factory. n A (Suu now Factory Factory, in account of tho office of County flml ItvatiiuranUi. A SHilrmlkl .S'iwKiivr. uprrlMteiultfit becoming vacant by OHmtfiil Mbmyy May JUt. i4KHatim toxlni; effi-o- i WatiH- - Work I'll, uh lamination will be Imld nt Hlwirtr LWn Tk CWMf Hit uu' Court lioiiao lu llltkiimn. Ky , on NplrNilld ilrbmtdi und Cliiircliua. (it nnd 22nd, and nil ikiMImi VirM II A mMt rxre4(Mit OttiiMiahlii. iJrtfci; (o qualify fur (lit) offkw of A SMmni UiuiMlry. suptMiHiantloiiL of conmion avhoobt of On., of tit be IJ Slonk Mur-ko(uNmt county, mukt take Hit exmtil- Ih Kuntiicky. AH rtcll farililMa- A marl. Miulrv iion fin I lie above date fa affofda W. A. NAYt.OH. Tw ItatlnMda. a IWt Um nud thu Judge I Hilton County (wrt Mta0w(nl IUvw Aa hw rrvlntit I Ultra ai aHy dty 0rocr1ti. Markets Mnclilne Shop und Foundry, A 8tou IMctory A OIum Fnctory. A Tlio Factory A Paor Mill A Straw board Factory. A Crtitn Ktovutor. A llour Mill. A Cotton WihsJ Oil Mill. A Cotton Mill. A Clothing lactory. A IWt niul Shoe Factory. A Tttiinory A l'.ickliiK Plant. "A Soap actory. A Wiioleaule Grocery. A Wliolale Dry (loods A Wbolatialu Hardware IIIHIkt IIOUHO. v m ') iV Wi WWk i!T4 WKri u House. and Iinpl In Uwi UnIwh Tktt di rotors In Pultnu'a btwvJwM II W WH xttloti nm 0. H. tnuna. Ilnrry Hk!a)il. (1 O Ifaml, A a. U Dilds and T M. HuiMlAHioin Ht Ttw wtNler how lhuM4xtll Club. Aa hwtUty eihant Uh ItMfcfcM of Uie MIhiimiio-ll- a aa tber la and tb Almii- - nlwHilo Hoot & Shoo Hoiisk A Wlioleoale Clothliu; IIoiiho. A Wliolettala Drue IIouho. Oiw or more lUtllroaibi from (li A VI MM Cocrrlitt llirt iclitott A I rankMn. I 1. - Tin) nmoeiallnu haa beH for 5.000. It la In th T. Wtwiuu, niul 120 Ramm ar for the freUuD. in in lt ila Two more Wharf b tro!it4-ttHmii any (own of A Itallnxid and Wairon Hrklen Sn.iu in Ui round-- ) nlng the Mlfwlhulpiil Hhcr, anU A Ktitur.' of niiMt daizlliiR ptiHbllI 25.000 Imputation by 1015. Mff A tlirt in Hickman a as Seen From the Mississippi Rived iV '! .a' 1 w advice in clothes buying is EXPERT if you're sure it's expert. We claim for this store First, merchandise manufactured by the best experts in the business ; which means kAiiMJZL. 7Vie Apex Button KP Slips and Gaps never annoy FLORSHEIM wearers. "Ilugtitc" heels and perfect fitting insteps arc the reasons why "Natural Shape" Florsheim Shoes always give perfect fit and satisfaction. We are sole agents. An im'iitloiu-d . ,6 Hart Schaffner Second, real service ; & Marx suits Wailing at Daylight. Marriage Licenses following granted license in other words, ability to put the right thing on you, the suit that has your fit, your style, the one that dresses you in taste. were Tlio In last week's papor to marry In Obion County lost week fill H I. Dodda hnn oihiiriI ft Hw lllckmnn oxcliwlvultj; Victor Hutchliifl and Ora Conetln nddltlon in F-M. P. Alexander and !)Ia Hud. U was the flrnt vonturo for nKnMii. HrneHt Carter and Kdim II. Clark of the kind ever pulled ff hwo. "d tiniest Wilson and Fnmey N'lcliol- hist wile Monday was tho WCTf'st kind son. of auccitw. .1. 13. Wnfister nndlVira Stuvnll Mr. Dodds mlterllwd liU Bale to It. II. Joyner and Maggie Hurnett nt 8 Monday moniliiK tnko placi Henry Wright and Susan Finch ockMk, aiid tlmt the. first man there would Ret hw pick or with the money Uie lots. At ilayltaht, each of tlio Oh, you Spring fever. CO lota had a mro on It. "claim Ktnkcd." money In linnd waltlnK the nrrlxal of "Mobso HwWb " It was fortuiHiU" em.UKh tlmt the nofirtx were there at dnlluht holding tholr choice lotm becouHO any miinbor wore tuniwl away without huliiK able to purchase. One negro even telephone from Fulton to hold him four lots. At nine oclock the sale oihhimI wttli over In music iuhI a rush. It w all lota wore sokl. Ah hnrL order uihertlBid, three lota were i;lven re drawn by Herman Thej" nwjiy w. . Porsley. Tom Illackwell and With such clothes as these, your part and ours is easy. Suits $18 and up to $25. Suits at $8.50 to $16.50 We do not want to leave you under the impression that we carry only clothing at $18 and up, for such is not 'the case. We give the same care in selecting the suits we sell from $8.50 to $16.50, as we do the expensive lines, and you can expect extra values when you come to buy. . n. i 151 Hobort Snddler, here Sunday. of Martin, was m 5 I i t f O. T. Sullivan Is visiting home folka at Mnyfleld, Ky. Mm. Mary Tanner, or Dorcna, Mo waa here Suturduy. . Boys Suits Judging from the number of boys suits we have sold in the past two weeks, our boys suits must be the kind that the boys like. We have them in cassimeres, worsted and serges, at $1.50 to $8.50. S'in W if n h t i i- - Most Styles-$5- .00 Mrs. Humo Doss, won here Saturday. o! Doraiiu, Mo. with Crossett Oxfords All Leathers ll.u. Hiuirv HiMiiit Suudiiv rriends lu Jiicltnon. Toim. Urjant giiiwl ir $3.50 to $4.50 ItniHfleld. J. Cox Bivent Sunday horo, Uie 13. Fnquu nnd rniiiily lieen report at her home lu Hast Hick SMITH & AM BERG .The fact that thoro were not enough lota to go 'round led Mr. Dodds to promteo the negroes, another batch or lota which ure to bo opened lu a tUiort time Thin movo U u good one for botli white and black. Many of the leadlllO tOWll lia0 told llf I,,,. n..irvu Mr Dodda th'')' would bo glad to sell or exclmiiRo their holdings in white uetUemonta and get In the negro addition. It matters not how you go at It, lllckmnn real estate 1b ulwayB SHOE fOR THE MAN WHO CARLS Smith & Amberg dfr SHOE TOR THE MAN WHO CARES Mr. Oscar Salmon has ed very 111 mnii for several days. . J. T. Dillon and Uemlo Hughe made a business trip to Memphis Saturday night on the boat. Hi. 'Hi II C Helm and It. A Tyler w.ro Dee Held has accepted a position Hoy Clark and wife Hpent Sunday In tho Mengel Uox Coinpuuy's Ofriee. lu Fulton Sunday morning hero with J V Hogers ami family. I3ul Hayes returned last weok from Edward Prathor has accepted a posDr. IJ. F. Hoyall. of Villa Hldge 111., Mrs. Hello Williams spent Sunday Mrs. Hot Springs, wlwro he haa been tor ition in tho Mongol Box Company Mr. Dickey Is tho suet ot his daughter, and Monday with her son Office several weeks for his health. P. S. Moore. nnd wire, nt Newbern, Tenn. Mr. Perkins, tlio man who was' so Hugh Oliver has returned from Miss Irene Faris returned Saturday Mrs. J. T. Stephens nnd MIsa Julia several weeks visit to seriously hurt at log camp at Donald- week's stay to Crahj Landing whero Jackson were called to Union City nlaht form a St. Louts and her sister, son Point last week, Is convalescing ho lias been running lines on new last week on account of the Illness relaUves InMcKlnney, In Paducah. I fast. Umber tracts ot Mengel Box Company Mm. Hoy Mr. Murphy. of her brother-in-law- , j$ " "Tf Ta4. - - . f. ,aWyiAl -- vl wi -- " Unfif Tjwpf TTrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I Courier Want Column H.VTKS ii MULES AND AEROPLANE. .. One Cent per Word per Week Cash In AUtnnre. The Old and the New In Army Life Are Seen t San Antonio. POULTRY ... i .. .. ..t. . .. t. ,,7,,t, ilnljili FOR SALE A. H. Leet. FOR SALE: II. McGehoe. Good Timothy Hay. Good uillk cows. V. tfc Good mixed hay. FOR SALE: 44tf Paul Shaw, State Line. Some Good FOR RENT: Wright, Harness 3 nlco rooms. Shop. A. J. POULTRY HOUSE IN WINTER FOR SALE: Good buggy and set ip of harness cheap. Lee Rose V. No Matter What Style of Structure Used Plenty of Sunthlne It Quite li J. Barry will put new rubber Call Essential. 01y Vf. M KEM.ET) Whatever stylo of poultry house Is used, we find It highly essential that one sldo bo well supplied with windows so that plenty of light and sunshine reach the corners of tho build Ing With no place but open trees for the flock and the mercury down pretj ty low, tho fountain of eggs will be completely frozon up At all times, when they are kept InRlde, give the birds fresh earth occasionally In order that they mny replenish their grind Ing organs with pebbles They should also have dust to dust themselves tn and bo fed meat In some form, cither cut bono and meat scraps from some nearby market, or purchased animal foods A boiled liver from a butcher, cut up fine, is excellent A little chopped cabbage or mashed vegetable food with ground bones, crushod oyster shell, etc, will complcto u diet that should produce excellent results Feed regularly every morning and tho bens will bo found waiting for their breakfast. Hot buckwheat cakes and table scraps with a drink of skim milk occasionally make one of tho Essay on Mice. best balanced rations that can be found for a few hens It is my opinion fact that a few hens proschoolboy . Instruct- ducethat the results A Fulton county bottor than a largo numsay on ber Is due In a measure to table ed by his teacher to write nn following. scraps forming a large proportion of the mouse, turned in the "The mous are n dwarf rat He are their ration. the only anlnillo that can make a lazle girl entergetlck. the mousnre a HENS CANNOT FEED VERMIN great Jokur for he will naw n carpet at nito Just to get cranky old folks to Best Results Cannot De Expected If throw shuus and things where he ain't Pullets Not Furnished With ComHe has a velvet coat and is good fer fortable Quarters. eats Tllie mous plnyz when the cat (Dr O WEATHEJ18TONE.) are away. Nnlchur gives the mous a No use to expect the best results in tale so's kids cud tye strings to It and the matter of laying If you allow your swing ded ones around their heds pulleta to stay In dirty winter quarA ded mous is gud to putt ou yer si" ters. Get busy with the white-was- h ter's neck to hear her holler brush and the kerosene spray and eats the mous but w clean, clean, clean. Not only Inside don't, fatlior says he hatei the mous the house, but the premises all whenn it runs up his pant leggs around it It Father had one to do thet once and mg you have 60 pulleta for your lay Duncn it will take about two when he cussed mother ed he nocktl hours to on the door of h .1 no ho nocked on be bettor dust them and time cannot spent. Lot one person hold the mous with a club. Kz fer the dor the pullets by the legs while the other I ain't able to say. fires Persian insect powder Into the feathers with a powder gun (let It under the wings, around the head, neck and every place where the feathers are soft and fine, for there is where the mites and lice love to cuddle and feast. Referring to the use of the koro. sene spray, fill the roosts and all the cracks around the nosts and roofing with It, for It Is there the pestiferous mites hide. You know body llco remain on the fowls all the time, but tho mites seek the roosts and cracks for moments of seclusion. tires on your buggy. idence. at his res- FOR RENT Nice dence In East Hickman. Jessie Outten. resi- See Miss tfc WANTED: Three or four small pigs and some chickens. I). S. Elliott nt Hickman Job Shop. FOR SALE or EXCHANGE for a work mule,-No. 1 brood raaro with filly colt. J. M. Linn, Stato Lino. 2p a Bargains We have on hand several HOOSIER AND BLACK HAWK Double Row Corn Planters, also CULTIVATORS, both in I FOR SALE: Three Red Polled Thoroughbred Reglstorod Hull calves. Dodds & Dollow, 2 miles east of Hickman. Painting of all kinds, WANTED: 30 years oxporionce. Will furnish Collier's lead at I7.G0 and linseed oil nt 1, on short notice. Phone 32-- or nddress M. N. Collins, Hickman, R 3 $50 WILL BUY lot No. 7 In Henry Addition, It taken this month. This flection Is building up faster than any other part of Hickman, and lot 7 la on the street containing the largest number of homes. Inquire at this office. FOR SALE: Beautiful home on th hill, desirable locality, splendid neighborhood, no dust, large lot 75x160, Including garden and chicken yard and out houses, also orchard. IIouso has 7 rooms, 1 hall and three porches, in first class repair. A bargain for the price. Apply at this office, tf National Troubadours Friday night. Benefit M. E. Church. Miss Belle Morcer, of Jackson, was he guest of Mrs. Alice Am berg first of the week. Great preparations are being made Fulton to entertain the Southwest Kentucky Association of Odd Fellows which meets there April 2C. .n a i disc and shovel, that some one will get mighty cheap. PARROT SCARES AWAY RATS Washington Poultry Raiser Adopts unique Dut Effective Plan to Drive Away Hawks and Rodents. A poultry farmer living in Washington has savor al parrots on his ranch as policemen to drive away hawks and rats. The parrots aro tn deadly fear of tho hawks and rats, and when We are going to move them and you had better see us at once if you are wanting any of the above s. g-ood- Please Read These Two Letters. The following letter from Jlrs. Orvillo IJock m ill provo linw unwise it is for women to submit to the dnngers of a surgical ojh; ration w lien it may bo avoided by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Gbmiiound. She was four weeks in tho hospital and cumo Iiomu Buffering worse than before. Then after all that fiuU'ering Lydia E. Vegetable- Compound restored her health. 1IKUE IS HER OWN" STATI3MKNT. Paw Pnw, Mich. "Two years nno I suffered, very severely with a displacement I could not bo on my feet for a lonjr time. 3Iy physician treated mo for several iiiouth.s without much relief, and at last sent mo to Ami Arbor for an opl'ink-hain- 'a These are all STANDARD MAKE Chasing the Rats. one appears begin to screech and yell. "Got out, get out!" The rnts had al most broken up the poultryman's bus iness when tho parrot Idea struck him, slnco when ho says ho has bad no trouble. Compound, and I did. I am well and strong and do all my own housework. I owe my health to Lydia 11. IMnkbain's Vegetable Compound and adviso every woman who Isallllcted with any femalo complaint to try it." Mrs. Orvillo Jtock, It. It. No. C, Paw Paw, Mich. "There never was a worso case." Itockport, Ind. "There never was a worso caso of woman's To Insure 8uccess. ills than mine, and I cannot begin to tell you what I suffered. As In every othor line of endoavor years I was not nblo to do anything. I was in bed For over two succoss In tho poultry business defor anion tli and tho doctor said nothing but an operation would pends upon the Individual. No ono euro me. My father suggested Lydia U. Pinkham's Vcgetablo who Is shiftless and Indifferent will Compound; so to please him I took it, and I improved wonderfind the raising of chickens profitable. fully, so I am able to travel, rldo horseback, taku long rides and never feel any ill effects from it. I can only ask other suffering It Is a business which requires not women to givo Lydia 13. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial only tact, but porseverenco and perbefore submitting to an operation." Mrs. Margaret Meredith. sistence. There Is much moro to do It. F. D. No. 3, Itockport, Jnd. than simply gather up tho eggs after the hens lay them, and whon some Wo will pay a handsome reward to any person who will provo to persons find by experience that conus that these letters are not genuine and truthful or that either of siderable work of a systematic kind theso women were paid in any way for their testimonials, or that tho is nocossary they give up. letters are published without their permission, or that tho original letter from each did not coino to us entirely unsolicited. For 30 years Lydia Tl. Pinkham's Vcgetablo In proscriptions wo givo tho Compound lias been tho standard remedy for quality and chargo tho lowest posfemalo Ills. No sick woman docs justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine sible prlco. Hickman Drug Co. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and has thousands of cures to its credit. bsHaMrs. Pinkham invites all sick women J 11 Nelson orders tho Courier WW to write her for advice. ofShe has sent to his sister, Mrs E J Mason, charge. to health free folded thousands at Memphis, Ten a. m kR CffiinCKSi Address Mrs. Pinkham, .Lynn, Mass. To-day stif ferine worso than before. Illy mother advised mo to try Lydia JB. IMnkham'H Vegetable eration. I was there four weeks and canio homo GOODS and repairs will be easy to get at any time. HICKMAN HDW. CO. -- INCOHTOhATEI u ' I l.'i I essesseiBSJBtBB"j"Jet SHEDO AWAITS SUMMONS HIAD OF MARSHALL FIELD WILLING TO TE8TIFY. Senator Lorlmer It at & CO leaders III Htjrle Hume of Quality mmm, It NonoommlUI HI Bank, But to Legislative Investigating Board. A tmrt of your builuvii earnestly tollsltrd, It. K. OlM.IK H John F. Shodd, Field & facing a subpoena from the committee from the senate that Is lavestleatlng the lectloa of Wllllaai Lerltuur to the United States innate, bat returned tretn Wtihinattm. The reporters tM blm that the meeskers of Ue ceiaraltteo and John H. Healty were so seoro-tlvabout their Unt that It was to karm abeoUtoly whether a sarataens had been Ittued for blm. "Where did tho Information that I bad bea called tome from?" asked h4 of tha firm af Manhall Co., wao was reported to be Chicago, April 11. mnu w3fl O 7 O pmmM mmwn& Vl e ii MKgmr 3) EOuW on o CO W i&XH)UUrmC Mr. llou.t of Quality . Krv. IL It. llraitflolil. go Imtter. at ItanlwHI. the habit ko to tho Hloctrlc Studio for duo photo. TIm font illflkimui ftuiliit; lknd to fiirnUh Ht to Oaktoii uiMta nt tliu comtiioiKHiiiiKiit ixtot r Uttf OaVloif, publlo miIkxiI. 0l ytrdny ClmrlM died Friday count)-- llaiikiill, nttit at , nixl naod ? Hxolortnu. ynt. Hick-m- la aiirvhd vita and a mimUir of rtaU. by u Hundreds of perron aro tainted u be dlsfriuioliljKNl an a null of an UiMMUKntlon Into vot buying hi Iaw-rune- ) county by iIih grand Jury. Th Hwjwlry was order-- ! Iiy Utreult Jinl ItoMimh. TtiU I the tenth eounly In KeMtfuaky In wlilau tiuoli an ItiVMMlga-Uhas bqii ordnrol In Ihn Wu.t n MUotti Vlrulnla I.uUm, MaUle IV llow ail Gordon lUoc arw iniiitlonil aa nppllcnnU fur tho appointment of County School Suporinlendfnt. lo fill Mtt ttui un.jiplrod term of Mbwt Dora k. An Bmlth, wlio resigned Inst xamlnntloti will bo hold nt the court ttoiiMi In liila olty tomorrow oimI fur tho bonuflt of tkoso who may enru to qualify fur thin !ltlon Hat-unla- y "The flrK word cam from a state official about six weeks ago," he was told. "Slaoo then It hut been talked about In bath Chicago and Spring field by seroral persons who are close I.civlriliiiill to the committee." "Well, the first thing I heard of It was when Mr. Simpson, of our Arm, told me over tho long dlttsnee telephone, "I will be In my offlco all tho time If committee wants ia I will Paducali Takes Notice, andglad the go bo to before them," Mr. Sbedd concluded. Senator Lorluer, who was at hl A from Pfwlucnh say- Tho bank all tbe morning, would not disiMirvt-yorfor tliu m-railroad from cuss the Investigation being made by lltrkiimn to I'hiIikiiIi !mt reached the committee. CHhIoii and will nrrive nl I'adurah wkJon Hit mat two wkn. This line MOLTEN STEEL CREMATES wMI ln m cxtunnJoii of the Chicago, MHtk4M & (Julf railroad now being Mold Containing Tons of Liquid SubUrtlt Imu stance Bunts, Showtrlng VicThere ham Ukii tims OWiert May Die. oiMldttniUlt MKK!Ulnthiii rinrdlnK lonnoctloM at Puducnh, hut the most ThUadelphla, Pa,. April 18. Durst-lapntlwWt U the Froo, which now In midair at thu Mldvale Uteel at Joppa, 111., on tliu Ohio works, a mold coutatulng tout ol rtiKf, thirty mll below Paducnh. molten steel showered down upon Th Ohktitfo ruid K.mlern Illinois tho workmen at No. 1 hearth, killing mllroad, h brunch of tho Frisco, now Ave workmen and vcaldlng two other lnultKitlnx at Jopptt, will t built so torrtbly that the doctors at the Oermantowa hotptlal hold out lio froHi ItHlHiiour, III , to .Metropolis, recovery. Twelve fi-- l IHa., but It bi not hxk'Im1 to begin hope for their totworkuen wore seriously Injured thbt II h.i until tho bridge Ih woll un- Whrn the mold buret tho liquid tlw way at Metropolis. splashed over a score or more of cm CoHnH4loim wlH bo made at tho pleyes. The molten steel was being carried brtdn. Allorod pkiui for Uiu $S.K)0,-eoliril aro now UvIiik drawn, mid through the air on a erane. When near tbe group of workaaca tho mold mm mmih na tbey aro complotnl work buret wltb a terrific report Into thou will Ixi HtnrttHl. JuhI wlni ii Uiu luldKU sands of pieces, and there was a rain HI Imi H4nrliHl In inoro niMjoiiUi.on, ef are that metal doath. but Is UlU'd lutru thai roiisttuc Ion AH th vlcUuu taken to the hosplta' will bo Uwin iIiIh h in ii er. were In a Verrtble coadlUon. Thill clothing waa burned and In taking It ( aetlu and flesh cam off patches Quit borrowing tb Courlvr. with IL She. Mw R(Bi is the Mg f Tb ' J .1 I Cr Pumps will be in great vogue and the newest fashion waist-lin- e pump with a strap a little lower than the instep. Any of the new styles in pumps will be suitable for practically every occasion. Oxfords with ribbon laces or with two or three buttons will be worn for walking. Oxford3 look especially " well with linen suits. Black suede, veloozc, patent leather, dull leather, glazed kid and w'hitc canvas will all be seen. hm-'U- - 1 TrJ Hut sJLJ Democratic Candidate for State Treasurer. o liBSSSBSSSBSHISBSSSBSHSt'SSSHBs1leaSSHK lBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaSBTJ9BBaeSJPJOBBViSffSSSSBt BSBBSBBSBBSBBSBBSBBSBBBSBBSBr laBBBBBBBBBBBBBslBBBBlBBBBVeaBBBBBBBBBBVBW aaaHHaaHBK'saH VKttr' MA ' SsaMaaaaaassssH aaaaaB BsF aBBBBBBBBBOBBBBBBBBBBrfj 'w BBsssBsHsssssisHlfaF' BBsssBsssBsSassssssF IsSBSSSBSSSBSSSBSSSBslsSBSSS&eBflsSB IBSSSBSSSBSSSBP JrmGme St m tkBSSFV "HalssaBsl "W&PUiBSsH ' lBKBSSSBSB SBKBBBBBBBBE agBBBBBBBBv' ,SSBBBBi SCalBSSSBSSsV 3sssmMis!sbsssssK wsLlsaH ' ?1 j4.4teBsssV aHssLssW - B. ' "XissH Js3SsfflSSSsBssB fflWf'iiJssssssssssi The advantages In Hickman for all kinds of manufacturing and Industrial plants, aro going to continue to Ue pounded Into tho cars of the ouslde world by our citizens and organized clubs until Uie name or Hickman shall be favorably known to the four corners of tho earth. Our slogan Is 25,000 population by 1U15" and if g merit ai.d publicity count for wo will not miss our mark, and judging from tho great flood of peo-pl- o that are being attracted here dally we are persuaded that It doea count siny-thln- ssssssssaHLi saaaaLmLfA ssssBsssBsssBsssBsssBtassMisV BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBSSBBw. aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbw WM tMfHaH issH iwBm WffiBm. PlTTflsBssMLLaaaa BBiIbBSBBBBbVSSBBBBBbI BBBBBBBBBBBBl Commissioner's Sale. Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. V C. Johnson, Plaintiff, against I O. Waggoner & Etc., Defendant. Equity. Ily virtue of a Judgment and Order of sale of Kulton Circuit Court, render ed nt tho Mny term Uiereof, 1908, In tho above cause, for tho sum of Six Hundred Dollars with Interest at tho rnto of six per cent per annum, from the 1st duy of Aprll,1908, uuUi paid, nnd costs herein, I shut! proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door In Hlckmun, Ky., to tho highest bidder nt I'UUUC AUCTION on tho 1st day of May, 1911, at ten o'clock a. in., or Uiureabout (being Circuit Court duy) upon n credit of six months, Uio following described property, All that part of tho NW Quarter of Section LM, T 2, It 4 West, that lieu ast of Goose Pond nnd containing SO acres more or less and bolus the land conveyed to V. U. Waggoner by Lon Itoberson by deed recorded In Deed Hook 22, pago 051. In the offlco of tho Clerk of tho Fulton County Court, Fulton County, Ky. Or sufficient thereof to produce lh sums of money so ordered to bo made. For thu purchase price, tho purchaser, with approved security or securities, must execute lloud, bearing legal Interest from tho day of Bal Ul,tn Iw,l aml waving tho force and effect of a Judgment. Didders will be prepared to comply prompUy with these terms. J. It. MILNER, Master Commissioner. to-wi- t: aaaaaaa.HB aaaaaaaaaaaaaHb V BBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlIBBBm''', 7il ' X.aAjy. v .iK 'sV lLHBaBSBBBBSBIBBBBBBBr naaBtt'eHalBBBBBBlaBBBBBr aBBBBBBBBBBaiieBeBeBeHstBT HBtk alalHB. bbsbbbbbbbbbbV fwalalalH V SSBaaaaaaaaaaaaal (Announcement. , . Hickman Bank and Trust Company.. The Hickmnn Bnnk opened for business on April 1886, years. On under n charter for twenty-fiv- e day this charter expired and the business of the Hickman Dank has been taken over by the Hickman Bank and Trust Co., which has been organized with a capital of $50,000.00 and Surplus of $32,500.00, and with practically the same officers and Stockholders. The Hickman Bank and Trust Co., with its Capital and Surplus of $82,500.00 (with the exception of the City National Bank, of Fulton,) is the strongest bank in Fulton or Hickman counties. With our large Capital, Surplus and Deposits, we are in a position to handle your business, be it large or small, and we will continue in the policy of the old Hickman Bank, which was to be as liberal as conservative business methods would allow. Wc solicit a continuation of your business for the Hickman Bank and Trust Co., and assure you that we will continue to give the same careful attention to your interests that we have given in the past. When in need of banking accommodation or contemplating a change in your banking connections, we would appreciate a call. 19th, last Tues- Hon. Thomas S. Rhea, of Logan County Has authorized tho annotincOinent of his candidacy for Treasuor of tho Slnto of Kentucky subject to tho notion of Uio lkMiiocratlc primary election to bo held July, 1st, 1911. Mr. Itheft Is n native of Hussell-vill- e mul lias lived tlioro all of his life. For four years ho was sheriff of tagan Count)'. X tho expiration of his term of ofof fice he was elected tho Hank of KitKsellvIllo ami has sine that time been tho general manager of tho bank. Ho holds tills po.sitlou now ami has mado for himself an it M enIabk reputation as a financier nnd business man He Is a brother of tliu Hon. John S. Hhea, former Hopneii-tatlvIn congress from tho TJiIrd district and Is one of tho most widely known young "ilomocrats In tho Stnto. His advice and counsel aro always in dumand. He Ls a tireless worker nnd Is never happlor than wlion engaged In n political combat. Mr. Rhea stands In tho foremost ranks nt home and his friends through out Uio Ktate think his name on a state ticket would bring much strength' to ho pary In Novtnnbor. e Iff V. f ft i1. n jk What Brings Them? Hardly n day passes that you do not hear nome one ask, "who are nil these strnugere and whore did they coiuo from?" The Invariable answer Is, Uiat Hickman is attracting unusual attention Just now us a result of tho effort of Its citizens toward a For ward Movement. It Is Just as natural for men as It Is for sheep to follow a crowd and there Is no doubt Uiat a very largo crowd Is turning toward Hickman. Our people havo always "done Uilngs" but In a quiet, unpretentious way, but Hickman has boon making a nolso and a poworful big nolso latoly. Tho whole town has awakened to tho fact of Us marvelous possibilities as a great commercial center nnd every olio is up and doing, doing his level bust to HICKMAN BANK AND TRUST CO. R. T. TVLCR, Pros. W. C. RttD, Cashier. JNO. I'YLF, Ass't Cashier carry up his own corner In tho erection of tho mighty city that Hickman Is curtain to become. In consequence of Uio activities on thu part of tho citizens and their Inclination tp pass tho good word tho drummers Uiat visit Hick man go away shouting Its praises and Uio out of town newspaix-rnil over tho country both great aud small are full of Hickman and Its unparalleled future possibilities. Consequently alert, progressive business men are flocking to Hickman In search of Investments. Whon they come they aro not disappointed; thoy, wlUiout exceptions, proclaim that tho report abroad in tho land about Hickman Is and that Its possi bilities aro unlimited. Do Uioy buy whon they come? Well wo should say thoy do. Over $1GO,000 worth of local real estate has been sold to now comers In tho past few mouths. s Wo pay you for collecting your own nccount by allowing ten per cent for cash purchase of coupon books for lc Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Strayed or Stolen. Ono f, 8 ut years heavy set red cow, about old, fresh dehorned, weighs pounds, marked with swallow fork In each ear .few white places over hor. Any Information will bo liberally rewarded. 3. I DODD3. 1000 m if is Uou't take our word; try luuu Furulturo Co. us.- - -- Hick- . Mt, - arlHHfr Mrs. Kate Webb-Smi- th ! The 1910 Census. will be glad to see customers at SMITH & AMBERG'S -- MAKKHOF- Shirt Waists, Lingerie Baby Layettes and Bridal Trousseaus A Sl'KOtALTY r ooi'C' & if WILD ? && o s o MOUNTAIN TUSKER PUT TO SLEEP. returns ns elsewhere In this issue should be very gratifying to the citizens of Hick man. No town In this section has experienced such a growth. On the contrary, many have actually fallen under the census figures of 1800. Within the city llnilta of Hickman, and thct are the old Hues run for tlie town when It was a mere village, there are 2,730 souls. If our limit included the suburbs and now additions to the town, wo would easily lum had 3.S00 people. It Is also evi dent from the figures given out that s the wett end of Hie county lias In3 creased in population much more TJio official census C rapidly than the cast end. rniitou lost 2S& Hickman gained 1147. Fulton now has 2575, and Hickman j lms 2736. l)y some hocus poena, Fulton induced tlio legislature to rate her us a 4th class city. It requires a popula-Uon- , according to the Kentucky luw. of 3,000 people to bo In tho 4lh class. Tlio bout Ftilton has ever done was 2S60. and now she sustains n loss from tlint Hickman has gained moro In round numbers than any 4th or 6th class city In the state. On a pureontago basis, wo have probably outgrown any city in tho commonwealth. Vnlon City cometi next, as regards nearby citleci, ns n growing town, but sho falls awny under Hickman In I Next Umo let's aoo that tho lovoo either round numbers or percentage is properly fixed beforo tho high wa ?S2 In tea years. Her gain wits gained 35, Dyorsburg C02, Obion tor; don't wait "until ths horso Is Cllu-ton JUDGE WISE Builnew Phlloiopher 'K"iullW-- Wldlo many towns nearby, considered reasonably good towns, have gained less and many oven IobL There's a reueon. Htckimin offers more Inducements to kUioror, capitalist and home-seeke- r Uiaii am-- town In the South. She will contlnuo to grow, and make oven a better shotting In tin next ten years Uuin she has In the 259, otc. JNUtt gone to lock tho barn " Abo Reiif. tlio 3an Frnnclsco briber, has Btnrtcd a Ulble class la tho California jveniteiitlary. when) he will sojourn for 14 years. If Abe had at tundt.il a ltlblo ulnss before he got In, he might now be at lllwrty Several Anurlonns who wore nib ber necking along the border while n fltflit whs going on at Agua Jhiss, Mtxko. were shot and now there is an International complication to be titled S erf Lancaster. Prank Turner, Doylo county, bad the thrilling experience of killing a wild moun- tain hog In the knob kinds of the county. Tho animal was of buge proportions and ita eieJ- Uoner removed a tusk, broken off even, with the Ilesh, measuring five Inched and sbarp a razor. n-s has count'! It Is said In the now Senate and finds ry Im another coal of whitewash probable. Some of his formor frlonds are about to leave him In the light It Is of new evidence dlseoviinsl doubtful Is Senator lliymor will "Many a man would bo up u make the same mistake twice Ills t vole for Loriuier was the greatest it If ho had to furnish proof c. L, accomplishments," saya tho mistake of his career as a Senator t, 'but tho lllckiunu Drug Co tau t ,, up overy deal when It conn a t , . ucrlptloiis and Drug." hoti No Need to nrinnt the high cost of living, if Worry y" News From Mable, Mlsri Mary Bolt luui Imvii in New Madrid Good Crops Indicated. I Indications point to good crop year, according to reports received by the commissioner or agriculture and embodied in the first spring crop report. Tho report given out contains the following: "Tho wvather during tho month ol March has been favorable for farm work. There has been a great deal of plowing done, some communities reporting 75 per cent of the ground broken up. The rainfall during the winter has been suflldent to Keep thi small grain in good condition, but has !not been heavy so that the groimd fe breaking up in excellent condition This Is one Indication of a good crop this year as It Is of very great imior tanoe to liavo a good seed bed before planting. "The warm weather In February and the Mist of March followed by the freezes later has resulted In the peach crop being killed and tho apple crop also will be very light m a great many sections of the state. Tlw damage to tho other fruit crops can hardly be determined yeL" Regular Army Officer Coming. An officer of the regular army is soon to be assigned to the First regl ment, Kentucky National guard, to instruct It In military tactics. Adjt Gen. P P Johuston will ivquetrt the national government to detail a good officer with experience, to help build up the Louisville regiment Two other officers, all three from the active service-- , will also be detailed to train the other regiments, one each being assigned to the Second and Third regiments. There was recently passed a new law by congTesrt authorizing tho assignment of olllcers from the active service to work with the militia of the various states, and it Is under this law that Kentucky will get throe oflloura. Conditionally Pardoned. An appeal to Gov Wlllson by James Creel touched the human interest side of the governor to such an extent that he granted a conditional pardon to Creel. Tho pardon was granted because Creel la said to be dying and tho cilme with which he was charged was palliated by circumstances. The gov ernor says that Creel, a youth of 18 years, broke into a house and stole some clothing, a art of which be sold for food and the remainder he wore. He had served two years and, the governor aays, all things considered, this seems punishment enough. Logs Coming Down River. Tho Capital Lurnfber Co. was notified that a Dumber of Its logs had broken loose above Ixwk No. 12, near Irvine, and wero coming down tlie liver. It is expected that most of them will be caught before they reach Frankfort, but this will entertain n considerable loss on the oomiany. Several thousand logs belonging to the Estill Lumber Co., tho Irvine Lumber Co., For-maBar! & Co., and the Heodelberg Co. also broke loose and all wont over tshe dam together. The total lot for all the companies is estimated at something like $12,000 or 115,000. Frankfort Horn to W. E. McGluiii and April 13 n flno bay. Mrs 0)p llnulnhaw was it. of Mrs John rttowti Saturday and Hominy. Jibi Twretl tuxl wlfo am! XI m Sutton wto gUMa of tliHr t'luui Nichols, Sunday. Ik-, M Buy of Ellison Bros. LOOK! We are selling the highest grade of Flour for $1.50 the barrel lower than this time last year. And, every barrel, every sack we send ouf is fully guaranteed in every respect, or we will cheerfully refund your money, if not satisfied. You take no risk in buying any of these brands. . Mrs T IV Vaughn of Safra is vinitlng her daughter Mrs MitJUiU for a tow days. MiMMii llielma llru.Wiaw and Klrleo Cliuer were tnhU of Mildn-- i INdlock Saturday nighr i Belle of Ava Self-Risin- Lightning; g Sunday is the highest grade flour it is possible to make. Made in the heart of the winter wheat country, from the Flour Crescent Not quite so white as Belle of Ava, but rises just as well, Mitlij Shaw and toniH It Jefferiea and family and I aiifttui tuu! wife wtiro Uwn of u-Kiui and wlfu Sunday Mrs J u. . makes the finest, lightest, flakiest and whitest of biscuits and cakes, and made with No Buttermilk, No Soda No Baking Powder, No Salt One Week Left, ou hare only oit which to luko tidmiitftgv uf our (Jno wiek from buidi offer urdoy our offer will U wKhdr lu a tliU and April 30th you get Ul ro bustios abnolutxly our odrnrtlM'JinMii in anun part of this Inaiio, und nend in v ubiKi1(loii at uiirv. v-U-- f Pick of the Wheat in the most approved manner by the most experienced millers, how could it be better? We have handled this brand for for about fifteen years and never had a complaint. flOc the Sack $6.00 the Barrel Just work up the lard with the flour and mix with water or sweet milk, put in a hot oven and bake. It is wonderful how the sale of the flour increases. Once it's thoroughly tried, you will always use it. A FREE TRIAL If you have nevg Flour er tried Lightning sack, let you try it we'll send you a thoroughly, and if you are not satisfied we'llscnc! and get what is left, and what you have used won't cost you a cent. Self-Risin- nit and makes fine cuit and bread. bis- t. We sell lots of this grade And guarantee fully Every sack or barrel Card of Thanks Editors Fully appreciating of owning a bouio f Uio Uio Imporlni In ui lowitM In UiU ixiunUv ell J zona of Hickman a Isn't that fair. You run no risk. 70 cents the Sack $5.25 90c 1 he Sack the barrel Ellison Bros Since tlio war Uie negroes In thli country, chiefly In tho South, hao Increased from four to ten millions. Of this number 400,000 own Uiolr own homes and 750,000 nro farmers, owning 23,000 square miles of land. In tho wliolo country thoy are assess- ed as owning JCOC.OOO.OOO worth of property. Some towns In tho South aro lnbabltated solely by negroes. banks in tho They have forty-fiv- e United States and In tho South there aro 30,000 negro teachers with an en rollment of 2,000,000 school cldldren-Ex- . Guy Married at Fulton, Sunday: Harper and .Mbw Alice Potter, of Clinton; Thos. I'rinoo and Miss Ilena Garland, of May field; Clias. Bradley and Miss Ina I'uckett, of Fulgrum, Leonard Gibson and Miss liny of Dublin; Gordle Morgan and Miss Bowlo Ingram, of Water Valley; W. B. Standi and Miss Lena lloborts, of Moscow. Ad-kln- R Railroad Extension. a Articles of incorjoratlon of the Railroad Co. have been filed. Tlio new road will extend from a point In Pike county, Ward Station, on tno Dig Sandy bra noli of the C. & O. railroad, through Pike county to tho Virginia line. It will open up rich coal fields and Is to be a part of the C, & O. Lo-vis- Little Luthor son of Mr ami Mrs The Woman's Missionary Society of IViriotrntM . ('owtiwa now in tho Baptist Church will meet with M. I. Majes age om month. ion has cut off iiMeo salaries of Mrs It It Burnett next Thursday af April 12 Burial took place at City useless einploy-t- t to tho extolil of Oometory ternoon at 3 o'clock. IISS.OOO nutiimlty. It was found tlwt thirty eight cnpllol Mlceiium were Mrs. Jno. House, of near Fullnn, It pays to pay caili for your coal. employed nt n lime when there wero died Sunday afturnoon. A. A. Farla. rumors of an attempt to blow up the building were still carried on the IMiy rolls A )) daugh ter of n door-kpe- r wns dm wing $100 a month ntt "clerk of tho door- kilter." Wouldn't Hint mnko you throw jour old tariff wool hat In the rtvck and holler "Hurrah for t!i full dinner pall?" he udored ny truly graUful for ' in every oilortunlty acunted tho in but M' day of eiwiilllng n Routlly nuuiUi nioiu; the homo bu)er of thla tow opportutdty was not ovurfc l by IIkw desirous of buying hoi. for in (i short wlillo, every lot i. lxn taken with an eagorneao iik luiinile with tlio liberal terms fenl by that prlix) of Southern tlemen, Mr 8. L. !Xlds. Truatlng that wo may mako tlile aiblltlon of which no citizen of H Im nsliaut)! and hereby man Iirlni; our appreciation and i;t' tilde to Mr H I. IKmIiIs, wo Hilbscm b)t r'olftlly . ri' l nd i dil uriwltJ-- COLORED CITIZEN-O- f HIckmnii and Vtclni' April Showers. Veal and spring Iiinb at Matheio Bros, store., nlno all kinds uf fie vegetables. Mrs. T. M. Ibiynolda left yesterday for Fullon, whore sho will visit In aunt, Mrs. Hiiddhwtnn. A thlrt.-on-yi.n- r Rexall Remedies KING OF ALL building 33 stories high on a lot m R- - Delegate Named. The governor appointed as delegates to the annual meeting of the Southern Conference on Woman and Child Labor, to be hold In Atlanta, April 25, Announcement Is made that Champ William It. Belknap, Thurston, Ballard, Clark, spoakor of tho house of Louis II. Hlnsob, Lofon Allen and Wilwill bo the toastmaster liam E. Riley. at the banquet which will bo n of tlio National Peace conferGeneral Johnston Back. Adjt. Gen. P. P. Johnston hai re- ence to convene in Baltimore May 3 turned and resumed his dutiosv Ho has Tho banquet will be held May 4 and been In Florida for several months on will bo attended by an unusually leave of absence without pay. He as- largo number of prominent men. sumed his duties, reporting to Gov. Tho residence of Mrs. E. II. ladiWlllson, and Col. E. B. Bassett was relieved of his duties as acting adjutant ngs, nt Fulton, was destroyed by fire general. about 1 o'clock Monday morning. The origin of the fire Is unknown. repre-senativefea-turn as the name would imply, with a national reputation. Walter riggers, a negro youth n bout 17 years old, was Jailed at Clinton, Wednesday on tho oharno of at- tempt! assault on n white child, liulo girl of Section Foromnn Brown, of tho M & O. railroad nt Oakton An oxamlnlng trial was held yesterday beforo Judgo Brummnl and the negro was hold for the uctlon of tho grand Jury. 18x20 feel In Memphis will bo known as tlio "Toothpick Building." Paynler declined to me-- t nt NIcholasvlllo yet.tir day in Joint debate, Buying that lr-tSenator Olllo James success demandod harmony and not personal wrangles within tho party. Hickman Drug Co. INCORPORATED Fish are biting. Got your fishing supplies from Fethe & French. Nutlonnl Troubadours Friday night Benefit M. E. Church. II Glasor took a day off Monday lo celebrate his 7Cth birthday. Mr Prof Wltzmnn has written n now Glnwir la one of the oldest cltUn song wliich ho Intends to dedicate lo of tho town; quiet. Industrious and as tho city of Hickman. Wo understand good ns tho duys nro long. May ho tho song will bo Hting for tho first live to Ctilobruto a hundred years thno nt tho IjtIc tomorrow hIkIiI honco. This gentlemnn is a flno uiusleinu m Sheriff flonldor Johnson mode a a compow.r with quite n reputation, Hottlumont with tho Fiscal Court lnt but the best Is nono too good for week, showing u balanco In Uio counHickman. Wo liavo not learned the ty coffiTH of J0.000. J. W. Morris, tltlo of tho bong. who wns npiolnteil special commU-slone- r, to check over tho books of Jas. B. Norman, of Obion county, the sheriff, found Hint they tallied lo died Saturday night. Ho was a the cent. Whllo tho county had that soldier. uuiount of monoy on hnnd, tlio chiluia National Troubadours Frlduy nlghL allowed by tlio Fiscal Court at its Benefit M, E. Church. last term, noon look all of IU e 4 I B"LUtsFARM :'i- Wwt'O MM I iLZdZ-- A ik ' :';'';; '" ? ".',! ?- - J7,vm Tomorrow Night. life. Music and laughter will reign supreme Friday ovonlnB when the Nation Troubadours, with one hundred of Hickman's bost talent mnkea Its apimaraiico at the Lyric for tho benefit of tho M. E. Church. Elaborate preparations nro being made to have this outortafiiment Uie best Uiat has ovor yet been glv-oIn Hickman. Some of Uio principals In Uio big coat are Muw Ijulso At wood, as Frank Smith as hunter; Mia Swan Nnylor and JlcKee Johnson, as newtiboy and newsglrl; John Felhe, an Indian chief; Hairy Threl-keld- , as countryman; Miss Cetzen-dfttnieDutch girl; Mrs. Harry Tflirol-keld- , 20th century solobit; Miss Dottle Davidson, automobile; Miss Annie CowsllI, Mexican; Miss Ilettlo Italian; Dan Hrlggs, American. The eutertnlniiiont has given nil over tho country and always .layn to entliUHlastlc audiences The entire cost Is In fancy cos tumes, furnished by tho National Troubadours management, and nre extremely benutlful. Tho show promts to be a treat. Admission 36 arid COc. Seats now on sale at Hickman Drug Co. nillk-nialr, De-Ro- . . i Juiihw Smith lifd lllmrwlay at MayflcM last J2)OLLAf?S JT.Y SUUonory and blank booka at the & jToiich'M. Wtlllo Ambon; rotunied Arbor, Mich , Friday ntaht. IV Ann to HEALTH while pros)crity the farm fenced with and peace Join Iluy coupon books and save ton lco uccount. Hick man lco & Coal Co. pir cont on your brillfi lmnnin.it slttnes liriglitly 'round 7 8 II I'urkur bus purcliatu-lots C, and 8 In Southern Heights and will Imltd a rutildi'iu-)- . "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence In quality of material, method of construction, durability with real service, as well as in distinctive appearance, "Pittsburgh Pcrfccl" Fence stands first. ly National Troubadours Friday, April 1M, at thu I.yrlc, homo talent, 100 In oast. ISonoflt M. K. Church. Quality la apparent In uvciry of our store. St. I.oula FurulabliiK Co. Incorioratcd. Coffins and Caskols with an undortakcr In charge. Su I.ouls FurnlsliInK Co. Incorporated. I. Ik tin- - Put Them In The Bank And They Vont From bu j-J- Tly loci i Hit l"v, CI Zimnuiman Co 30 bn at the joints, these arc the fence's strongest parts. " One solid piece of metal " aptly nhrnses it. Through the hardest usage, " Pittsburgh Perfccl " Fence stands erect, even and firm. 0M U Electrically Welded ImUi. lUwtk WU. uJifimniarirHmlt l f.li.iv-lt- J ollk lr t lf hIiIi m.ul ak.el.Llr iIm Ilk prl), Ika .tlM.t. ad Mil Liliat Umtm pMt.U la nun. The flighty dollar elusive and hard to hold should be placed in the bank th toy of th for u contttnnt A KIlMibothlovui Nous, lay of tho KKt and tlio lion, m nrofar tho latter where it will be made to work for you day and night, JUui.a.itU.l..lf U"rirT3BUKCII riRILCT" f tMkt w. rrfl!r llt. '! 365 days in the year. Ofor4u For Field, Farm, Ranch, Lawn, Poultry Purposes "Pitttlurgli quirements. iiik xaliutt town has doclared che unlawful. When will tho Kilmly vlllnite declare war a mumltlf-u;- Olgnm nt FeUie & Kronen's. Perfect" Fence perfectly meets the mot exacting re- W. uiif A. Dodds II1M KISS HI1 ih ywarw awrvto the Chart-- ' ('MirW hag MHiMtrl pubMr-'- ! Tti grwit lner- - In Ute coat kktttK. irin( and alkvd mm Mai will either fore lite St nr mWw lUlr MMni iii iuiiH)il .ivrnMiiK """I aubacrlpUoH rut iiix two thru) In IHckttmH oui b Hi lilt same (trie flw m tmrttr njo. Tlisy hth "I kimI mci fiUtlllpn. The lJirtMr ' iimmi work tui lia fit an uKy nmh ! r Uia mm iwxl III entitled lo A IMUm a baro living, but wilww wmmWmm elmiiKu ho Hill hoi RK thM wtoio V nrv csbwaii ut nttnliiK lito mt i.rf luiylug mom for t aryttaini wt Imijt and Milling our labor and proten duct In notiorduiioe Willi trto lino, fkin't Imi Hurprtod If you a jay more fur )onr paMr we i mr t - It In lnded HttfortNMMi- - tfrnt a by tmllMt. ovklni; n HwHttood hmMH( m monk? NlioHt ifM lh pub-liaUowwI lo ln r4B, "JhhiM n TJw prte bt Mm gMMt I.adle. w3o f4MMhI alw)'ft vnjojr U4e rlr11K nf ptuMiMft atoHN t) ntrwln uuiiKilwi-m1- . In comlklon to nr not wttinJimil th frUilit of t!iw JiiiikIi crMNrw htm4i; at or iimiii thm. It bt mM UMtt a Mil rM Una ll-(4- l Im from awcli a mmrro w'JIh a rvM(t tlwt l IhkIi pKiful ami WHwiPwiwiry It won hi b a Jtmt e 1 alw-my- RKjMAwr for Ike ekr Om wIhif may Utt ! hlWim of 14 tfeM imi " prohibit our Omih Im stioun ouly wlio ri to kh them 1lil attdimto oh l'l rw National Troubadour Ifcmeflt M. E. Church Friday nltt TJio lnfirwllunta aro on Uio carton. contains Dr. Itoll'a I'lnoTapHonuy n Imlili nmdurliu? drucn. and alwayB lElvofl Katlafactlon. look for Uio bull on the llottlu. When you order Ice, plaeso havu your couikjii book where Uie driver Sheriff Johnson inado a busliwss can tear out the amount duo. Hick-im.- trip to Cnitchfleld Monday. lea &. Coal Co. If goods dont suit and prices dont Each one of tho Rexall Harmony suit, dont buy. HlcUnmn Furniture Toilet Requisites Is carefully com- - Co. IMiunded from well tried recipes. Next tluio try a sack of Omego Hickman Drug Co. Flour best made. Dottersworlh & Knttti-was nn Ideal day In this Prather. sciiiu Milady of Now York found For an undertaker call Harry i Iw vwuIIht qullf dlfforunt. howovor. Rarrett with St. Louis Furnishing Co. h it wiui hiiowIiik and hIwIIiik thuro. Incorporated. Mrs I.Htm Piirham iHirchased Fri The Park City Nowb Is tho only ly. n lot In Southern lldslits nnd pamr Umt wo luuo scon in Kentucky to lei)lu bulldliiK a rldtinoJ" that taken the ground that Ixirlmer Slio has wttlihl the imixI few dnj-Is innocent. lot No 67. JuM souUi of F. M. OiaoVi Tlie costs In tho Dr. Amos trial In rMllonc!4. Uie circuit court at IIopklnslllo foot m bo up Tho drivers of Ice wagc-iJI.CIM. of which $73I.C0 Is. for wit iiipplli'd with coupon books on the i fees and $6S0 for stenographer first of April, rioa.se arrange to pur President Markham of Uie I C chase as the system will bo either cash or couikius. Hickman lco & rnUroad Iuib given out a statement OmU Uio company will spend three Coal Co. luxl million dollars on the road Alllo l'jirks mill Miss Magglo Uhs from Chtcugo to Now Orleans to Itldloy. both rohldoiilM of Wwt Hlok- - mnko It tho Inist railroad In America man. v.mo united In marriaKO Sun won out !n Tho Coca Cola day afternoon at 3 o'clock, by Rev. II. J. aolgor. . Thulr many friends ex- - their fight wlUi the Uuvernment, at CliattniuKigu. The Jury nnd court liixl roiiKrutulatloiis. Uiat Uie drink In not Injurious Mnt. Annie Ilainll hasbroiiHht suit ami tli.it the little caffeine It con throttKli her fttlornoy, A. M. Tyler. talus Is of HUlo consequence The aKiilimt the MemplUs Strtict. Rallwny Oovornmont Uineatons to take tho Co, for tS.000 damnKiw. Her win. crso to n higher court. Herman, mis killed by ono of tho Quite a lot of wator wont through defendant's caw nbout two mouths tho railroad sower under the new uko. lowe Into West Hlckmnn Sunday. W. Our stock of Furniture. Rugs, Mat- F. Edmonds and several others lost tings, Window shades, Laco curtiilnH. their ganlens, depending on Uie lestoves and etc Is vee keeping tho water out. Had Uio Refrigerators, completo wo savo you money. Kasy sowors been proivrly fixed at Uio payments. St. Louis Furnishing Co. right time, not a drop of water would Incorporated. linvo gotten through. ii r Cordon Rico was hero from Pulton first of tho weok. The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business y i coffee la equal to any you Betters-wort- h Our WILLIAM WARNER. 2Cc H ever bought at 35 to 40c & Prather. ers child nt Former Senator From Missouri to Be Pension Commissioner. xhh n The man who kidnapped the RogIjuh Vegas, N. M., and received $ 12,000 from Uie child's mother to release It, has been arrested, confessed and Uie money recovered. Tho kidnapper was the child's uncle. Will Rogers, who pretended to act when the child was as reonered. J M. Simmons, of Tennessee, who has been editing tho Pulton Leader since January, says Au Reoir to tho I IauUt and Its readers In last Satur day's paper. Editor Slmmns has gone tho way of a dozen other Fulton news paper men In the past five years. Just what brings about so mauy changes In Fulton newspaperdom Is a query with us. On two days of this year the sun will be hidden from tho view of Uie neonlo In certain sections of tho W lf d .United States. One of the eclipses will occur April 28 and will bo visible of AntisepticSalve to Uils country with tho exceptionporDr. Bell's Uio northern! and northeasern Good for all Skin Diseases. tions, tho ecllpso extending north as far as a lino drawn through tho cities Tho railroad surveyors for the new of Philadelphia, W'llwaukec, Butte railroad from Hickman, vJa Moscow, Mont , and Portland, Ore. to Metropolis or Padu-rah- , Clinton, Wo carry overy thing to furnUh roaclwil Clinton Uils morning, running n prellmlnar)' survey from the homo. SL Louis Furnishing Co. Incorporated. Moscow hero Clinton Oazetto c-t- Gov. Wlllson has granted a nwplU? for four wvoks to T. S. Amlorson. the He Is thought to Oweimboro banker be dying In the i:ddylllo ponltentlary Andorson can bo remount from the IMinltontlary for that time, and If he Is well then, ho Is lo bo returned to tho prison. bbbbbbbbb! akalaKrX'j."fl fV r x Charleston Courier has hub iibllenllon. Tills pner was some time ago by Its onT leased i:. II. Smith, to Mensrs. Itwd & Rum soy. TJils lenvos but three new-suuw In MbwlHhlppI county, tho Enter priso, Uie Republican, of Charleston, nnd tho Hast Prairie liwlo. TJio i.ffwt- -I landed W UaW The Latest Touch jm? lluniil of Style HATS HATS CopyrlghMGOS.Roienwatd&Weil.Chicago We &"B.&W." Trousers Our assortment includes many excellent patterns and colors from which to make a selection. We know that the quality of fabrics and tailoring put into "R. & W." Trousers will please you. We buy this line in preference to all other makes, for they possess many exclusive features and the fit is one of the strong points. In "Hloody llroathltt" county of Jackson, there nro approximately 7.B0O children of school age. embracing S!l school dlsulots. It Is wild of tluso dlstrlcU that J2 hn no school buildings at nil. Of tin remainder 61 have buildings In which no school can bo held In cold woollier out-Hld- o You are sure of it sure that wherever you go, you are right, if you are among the wearers of Nnylor. County Attor-noJ. W. ltoivoy nnd County Assessor Chns. Readies went to Frankfort Mnndnv lo appear before tho State Uoanl of Equnllintlon to protest nvaluation of Kill-gainst raising tho ton county. Thoy wxjro nccompanled by Misses Maymo Naylor and Effle Uruor nnd Mrs. J. W. Honey and two children. Judge W. A y Hawes, von Gal Hats M6KJI ' 'it Absolutely correct always. Von Gal Hats are the acknowledged style standard and guaranteed to you both by the maker and by us. $3-00 . i i1 i $3 to $6 Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co. INCORPORATED Tho body of a whlto man found In the OJilo river at Cairo Friday, Is buppewed to bo Thomas Myers, chief oiiKlneor on Uie T. II. Da vis, Mown off tho boat by a boiler explosion nnd drowned Jan. 16. The condition of Uio body showed It had beoai long In water and tangled In drift. There was a deep gash in Uie Kick of the head. Tho body was clud In clothliu;, overalls and glove like those worn by innrlno engineers. floathiK i $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 nil . BALTZER & DODDS D. G. CO. 1NCORPROATED I m . 2.,$ .t . . uH Oai .' vrji L4&ki, .. WT" "" "J MasMkacaHa& ' I i It- - X Wo aro authorlwn to announce Wo aro authorized to announce n long life. If you painted n Madonna would bo tho face What a hers W. A. FROST, 8. A. NORMAN, e Courier's ircte gentle hand she hud when wo were of Mayfield, as a candldato for State of Wlngo. a candidate for the a --aie sick, and what a voice to soothe pain, Senate from tho district composed of Senate from tho district cowi, WE EMBRACE THE and was there tiny ouo who could so the counties of Graves, Fulton and of tho counties of Fultou, $Hi,,,,,,, fill up a room with peace and purity Hickman, subject to tho action of (ho and Oravea, subject to the OPPORTUNITY suiob oj and Unlit? And wliut a sad day that Democratic Primary Election, on July tho Democratic Primary Election , Why should hearts spend yours on vsih when we cume home and she July 1st, 1011. to draw attention to our EXCELgrowing Into one, knitting life could greet us not, for her liim wore 1st. 1911. LENCE flour. Of all the high grade earth blending soul into soul, for u forever all II. flours th. EXCELLENCE is tho beat Into life, reach beyond the For Sixteen Year Wo gunrantco Sutherland's ICnglo use union that U not to oj Is evidenced by Its IncreasliiK Eyo Saho to euro common sore Dr. Boll's valley of hhadows? Husbands,.' you H... , among those who June tried other ""I ... tullll..... ui .leU This seems Ilnn.l l, u una are the head of the home, why not be "Tho hand that rocks the cradle eyes In 24 to 3G hours. brands lime your grocer send you tho head of the home for eternity? rules 'ho world." Tills Is a saying as strange, but It Is backed by our perfect satisfaction. For guarantee. You run no risk and It Colds, Asthma In fnct all tin a ick 'In time for your iK'xt baking, '. old nB tho hills, but were It true our only costs 2Cc. 8 bronchial troubles, lour husband will appreciate the Tf great men in our great cities would Is strenuous, better bread, cake or pastry. The life of the world not be on, trial nnd sent to prison pen and tho door of Uie home bliould shut for "boodle" and "graft. "When tho out tho storms and stress but should hand that rocks the cradle rules tho ; s not shut out new and wholesome In- world there will bo "a school house on l4v r stnnd ; spiring Influences. It should eiery hill top mid no saloon In the ; wide In hospitable welcome to friend ulIoy." and" sel; The home life that U narrow : T fish Is dull and enervating4. ; In tho race of life. In the content of ; In ttio moral teats physical endurance. As we have been In the photograph Invite jour friend to church. You : tlmt come, that child has not a fair business In Hickman almost 20 years, Invite liliu to jour home, you Invite : sprung out of tho chance who has jfixaa3HX3fVSvJttxnnftM-'fwe are going to show our apprecla-lohi in to your lodge, you InWte him to : the mud of tho stret. To know and at the same time celebrate your political meetings, jour turtles, ; breath of lilaos nnd the rustle of au ! our 20th annlvarsary by giving" our your lecture courses and jour ; tiluni leaves, to be up with the patrons tho advantage of the followwhy not Invite him to your : pa lark, to bathe one's fret In the ing low prices fur a short time only: church? Toll your pastor to preach n : ture, to go to bed with the Bong of ; CABINET PHOT06, a dor.. $2.00 Don't send your Job printing out of little bottler and the choir to sing a the those lueiiiorled town at least glvo your home Insti- little more sweetly next Sunday and are like guardian utigols. 75c POST CARDS, a dor will be much more enjoyable if you Imvc $1.00 MANTILLAS, a doz tution a chance to figure on It. We then. Invito your friend to your church home to worship with you. can furnish on short notice t Thanking one and all for past faus put in n hnndsoms new sanitary tub. Some yenrs ago twenty thousand vors and soliciting a continuance of Commercial printing of all kinds. Why shouldn't you be up to date in bnth triple gathered In the old Castle Garname, wo aro respectfully. Foreign and Domestic Calendars, Ah king over tho stalwart oak'nnd den, New York, to hear Jenny Llud PHOTOGRAPH OALLERY. Advertising faus and novelties. lofty pine, the fig tree would have ns well ns in bonnet. If you knew how very Over Led ford & Handle's. Engraved cards and wedding Invita- been a dend failure and as much out sing, as no other hongstreiw ewr luul sung, the sublime couiKkllloiiM of unplumberlike our charges are you would tions. of place as some of our politicians aro At length the Lithographed school diplomas. In congress; but for bearing figs the IMIiown. Huudidl etc. not hesitate. Let us show you how little Edgar Murphy spent Easter at ; Lithographed Block certificates, etc. oak nttd pluo are Its Inferiors. Beaxlt; Swtvdhdi nltfhtlnitulo thought of tier Mnyflold with relatives. ""' ' such a tub would cost you. Party Invitations. figs Is he grandest thing In tho worll ?'? wings for a higher flight She began Litho. bank supplies. In Its own for a fig tree. It shin Bad breath, bitter taste, dizziness forth with deep emotion to txxir and a general "no account" feeling Customers checks with detachable sphere, but stripped of its "Home. Sweet Home " The audlenu-coul!b a sure sign of a torpid liver. eh th covers. power it lias no excuse for existence HERBINE Is the medicine needed. I not stand it. An uproar of np Catalogues. Somethlmcs a mother, who retells a makes tho liver active, vitalizes the ilauM 4oiKd the iuuhIc. Tears gutJi Cotton and grain tickets. uiajettlc queen In her own household, blood, regulates the bowels and reslioth Phones Mo. 73 Blank book work. forsakes her quiet sweetness of liolne ed from the oj'es of thut vast inulUttule tores a fluo feeling of energy and came ajjuln, Msttulugly ns from heaven cheerfulness. Price GOc. Sold by Hat, Shirt and Millinery Dags. rule for a noisy, rough, public career, C song Hickman Drug Co. Sale and Stock Bills. for which she has not the slightest Uke ruin. .Utor a moment, the oaine again, tteemlngly as from Iiivtvvi Murriage Certificates. qualification. Of course there are no almost angelic, "Home, Sweet L. O. Fulcher, of Mayfield, was such mothers who are readers of tho Home." Home was the word that here Friday on business. Courier, but we have seen them and If Its anything In the lumber or bound, with a hkII twenty thousand so have you. building line, go to Reynolds-Mos- s Hand picked Whlpporwill Peas. : souls, aul Howard Payne triumphed & Co., Incorporated. Hickman Hardware Co. over the went masters of song Don't forget to renew your subHonest poverty should be respected scription to the Courier. The papet and not scorned. It was In (ho homos USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS We cerutinly nr- - bbmd with an stops when the time is out no ex of tho lowly that wo oftentimes found ceptlons. upon the earth, and In unusual number or bright little boys Christ when : our day It can be truly said that In this community. Little tots Just we meet Him there oftener tiian.else-where- . skirling on life's Journey. Theyi.tnnd Dr. Bell's AntisepticSaK upon the timwhold of life with foot Owing lo the fact that tome of our custcmn ait diU Good for all Skin Disposes. uplifted and hand outstretched ready 1910 has now passed Into history. tory in paying their Water and Lights Accounts, which arr : No year In tho history of the world to begin tho Journey, am! hnppy In due and payable at ur cfiice ON OR BEFORE THE lOn. anticipation of the beautiful ami : A W. Green went to Union City has left to our young men brighter of eich month, e with to announce that in the future the rul" examples of the oM maxim that wonderful things they expect to see ' ; Sunday. To Uiem all its bright ami promuWng. governing this branch of our buiincss will br enforced lo thr ; "Honesty Is tho best policy." No other letter. Our Collector will make collection! on Main ilrrrt you are intending to take advan- Jear has seei the downfall of so many no Uiougtit of evil crotwes their If clothe tage of our roso bush offer, It Is time men holding high positions In society. minds; their Imagination only, betveen the 1st and 10th of earh month, and will rV.' you were getting busy. The same In financial circles nnd even In the everything with ruiubowhixis They but one time for this account. Failure lo see you Joes not bushes would cost you J 1.75 at any church. Men who lived In palno-- s and little think tliat every roue litw Its empt you from the penalty of being cut off. Parties livin : first class nursery. Look for the of- were next to wnmhlited by their fel- - thorn, every pleamir. Hh cornwrniiKl- lug grief. Tliy are wiger lo be off t in the outtkirtt of the city will please arnuge to either i't. ' low men at the dawn of 1910. were fer In this Issue. : "Phe path h nurrow nnd on either side check or miney, or make arrangrtnrnti villi one of thr bai k behind prison bars w hen the old r ; to pay their accounts. bid farewell. The heads of many urn yawning precipices which threaten : to engulf thorn at every step, numer Will Georgo is visiting In Mnyflold of our great iiuuimnee commnlew ami oua and enticing bytiatlm seek to lure Don't think that you will bo the favored one banking houses have In their desire t Flro departments are necessary and this week. them from the narrow way that leads as ivo will onforca the rule rcgarilluss of except 'get rloli quick" HtepiteU nslde from save much property, but they cannot Every Bottle Is Guaranteed. the imth of honesty, with the result to safety nnd honor. Here It b tlmt be relied upon always. Although they Every bottlo of Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r lions. Uie counnelH of ihrtstlan ihoUkts take may put out the fire, water may do Honey Is guaranteed to glvo satlB that never falls to follow wkJi n root In their hearts. oimI their saintas much damage as the fire. Fire faction In all throat and bronchial course, and the new year finds them like faces will go before litem m Unit 8 disgraced and dishonest. Insurance protects you against the troubles. Journey, guiding stars whos4- - glani I Incorporated loss by fire as well as the loss by cannot be extinguished, no matter how Corman Vance was In Union City water damage. A fire Insurance polJ. T. DILLON, Manager Tho first word a child utters Is apt hard tho storms of temptation may icy In a reliable company with a rep- Sunday. to be "Mother" and the old mniv In upon tliem. utation for fair dealing and prompt dying dreum call A prudent mother "Mlrfli..rM ness Is your best protection. We rep watch for aymptons Is always on the his of worms In her mother!" It matters not whether she resent only such companies. children. Paleness, lack of Interest In was brought up For In affluent home, and nlng tetter, rlnuworin. i,rinn m... play, and peevishness Is the sign! for ww dressed appropriately with refer-eno- e Bell's sores nnd nil skin disease's Dr I R. T. TYLER, Agent. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. A Antiseptic Salve Is guaranteed few doses of this excellent remedy lo the demands of modern life, io gtvo satisraction or you get juur puts an end to tho worms nnd the or wliothor slie wore tho old ll time cap niuiii'y uacK. s&c ovorywhero s child soon acts naturally. Price 25c and great round spectacles and apron DR- - BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N a bottlo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. her ow make, and knit your socks For Internal and External Pains. with her own needles, united by tho Final Settlement. Miss Mnythn Matheny, of Wltchlta, bnxul fireplace, with gru black logs Miss Hettlo Williams visited frtonds Ittlls. Texas, is visiting Mrs. Bynum ablaze on n winter night. It matters 'n Union City Sunday. Parliatn. .Miss Matheny b n musician not how many wrinkles crossed and All parties holding claims against of note, and Is especially fine on the recrossed her face, or how much her Soda fountains, butcher shops, fish the eetate of Ceo. W. Roberts, deceas violin nnd at whistling. She has beta shoulders stooped with tho burdens of Docks and largo users of Ico will bo ed, aru hereby notified to present Induced to appear on tho program of accorded the same terms as last sea-.iosame, in proper form, to tho under-signe- d tomorrow night's entertainment. but small users and all residencadministrator on or before Ma Of1, 1911, or be forever barred. es will bo required to pay In cash or JNO. For the stomach ahd bowel ! PYLE, Adtnr. coupons. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. or babies McGKES 'IJAUV M3 Westing-hous- e KLIXIEIt is a remedy of genuine merit. It acta quickly, Is puro, D. L. Russell returned to Momphls wholesome and pleasant to take VERNICOL reproduces the colors nd Mrs. E. C. Carter Is visiting hor Saturday nftor n few days' business Price 25c and GOc per bottlo. Sold by effects of hard woods. It it not af-- daughter, Mrs. Nat U. Turner, nt Hickman Drug Co. 5 fected by heat or cold, soap or water, Marrol, Ark. here. and when used on floors does not If you have sore eyes of any kind They give the beat light that it possible to get-ea- siest We have 200 pairs sample pants Rexnll "93" Hair Tonlo makes an show heel marks. It Is designed for iiso Sutherland' s Eagle Eyo Salve. elegant made In Uie very beat styles, guarfinish on dressing. COc and Jl. hair upon the for bringing out nntural It Is good for nothing but eyaa. It anteed all wool, that will wjll at less li painless and harmless, and Is Hickman Drug Co. colors. positively than wholesale. Sullivan Bros. tho best. If you don't Bon Hnrrli-oay so we win rerunu your money, and wife spent Sun- FLOORS, hard or soft wood, old or Then they give you two nnd n half times as Mlas MolIIe Bourne spont Sunday Tf Mt and then tell your nelghfor. day with homo folks In Union City. new, In flood or bad condition, painted or natural. It Is a very durable, In Union City with home folks. Sold everywhere. 2Cc a tube. much light ns do ordinary incandescent Inmps using For All Skin Diseases attractive and economical floor finish. the same amount of current. Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Regular servic Salvo Is tho Nothing wears better. at tho Baptist W. T. Younger, of Donaldson Point, best It Is a creamy snow white Church next Sunday nt 11 a. m., and Or, figure it the other way, the same amount of ointment pleasant to use and ovory WOODWORK new or old, of hard Mo., Is here. or 7:30 p. m. Spnigeon Wlngo, Pastor. uox is guaranteed. Price 2Gc. At light nt two-fifth- s soft wood. It makes tho woodwork the cost best electric light nt the an ueaiers. Tell Your Neighbors 8 Miss Belle Mercer, of Jackmn. a part of the color scheme of the When In need of a cough medicine to cost of other unsatisfactory lights. uso Dr. Bell's room. It covers the bad painting Tenn., spent Easter with Mrs. Alice It Is " Wire Type" filament is made of one continuPostmaster Stephens went to Union an renews finish that has been marr- Atnberg. tho best. Look for the bell on the Bottle. City Monday In his new five pass- ed or worn. It Is a great Improve8 ous tungsten wire, instead of the old fnshioned methRemember If you have surplus ment for kitchen wainscoting, refrigEul Hayes was In Union City enger E. M. F. Car. or anything to sell, or want to od of joining several short wires. It is the fenture Sunday. All old customers will bo run on erators, kitchen sinks, bath rooms, to buy anything, our want column will that makes tungsten lamps last. the samo current as has existed here- FURNITURE. It helps to harmonize do tho work. Only lo a word. Hand picked Whlpporwill Peas. tofore for this season's fan service. the furniture and decorations, renews' Hickman Hardware Co. CImb. Werner nnd fumlly, Mr, nnd Hickman Ico & Coal Co. old articles, giving them new life Mm. H. II. Mangold nnd baby, Mr. James Swimm went to Louisville and Mrs. J. A. Laltus, Mr. and Mrs. See those S3 Gold Bond Hats, abso- and beauty. Saturday night. (Incorporated) P. E. Mangold, Ben and Knlle Lattus, lute guarantee with each and every .f - aoxxjXiojxr, Brown Wller was in Union City one. You to bo tho Judge. Wo have tvckv. Cowgill's Drug Store. Iand Ed LedwJdgc spent Sunday with Sunday. cheaper onea too. Sullivan Bros, and Mrs. Chris Lcdnidge. lrlAiULlAiuL.LAttt.L.LAU.L.iAiti.tUlUiiUULiiAtULl ST I jj-J-'om- te, 1 .-i.-i. ..-- . C. B. Travis ilWT1!lJHWlWlllmiJT'3 No Excuse u 0MaaiHa Hi lr - iJfiT We Know That For It Inter-talument- Your Baths wlitu-poor-ui- j i HOSE-DALE'- S "T' V. T?1 lM? Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. H0MMlliJM TAKE NOTICE... : : : ' , ;rtMa)irii n ' ; ; ; , I - i ' DoimleProtection yi-n- : ; Hickman Ice t Coal Co. : Ix-- & rfl' i; I dls-orde- Brighten Up For better Light in the Factory, fice, Store and Home use Wire Type (single filament) Tungsten Lamps. eyesbest pro-duc- o Hickman Ice r Coal Co. Ua.i. lMlM v. I ft Oddities of the River. wmusmmmmsmmsmmma iMEhf-- lino M0K1 f'Wm rWWm EffiUr 1 lirill . u&TZrUMmvT mfwsh F; air 1 M I i OU'LL have a thoroughbred look in the clothes we offer you. Hart Scharff ner All-woo- clothes always give a man that kind of a look and it's something all of you want. l, best style, fine tailoring, correct fit. Suits $18 and up to $25 Other makes $8.50 to $16.50 Everything in Men's Furnishings, new Hats, new Shirts, new Hosiery, new Neckwear, new Underwear, etc. SMITH & AMBERG This store is ihc home of Hart Schnrffner ST. LOUIS Furnishing Co -- INCOKl'OiiATKD - Sells lledrooin Bulla Hrnas Bod Wood IkylM Folding Bed Iron Bods Mftiilul Buds It For Less Linoleums Oil Cloth Curi-ols Cots Cribs Duvenporl.i 8Uoen I'arlor Suits I Lull Seat l'edettnla Hookers "galore" Pedestal Table Center Tables Sowing Tubles Hook Tables library Tables Dining Chairs High Clialm China C lotto tu Hide Hoards llUffttU Window Hlnulort Ineo Ciirtiilna Curtain Holes Hofrlgorutora Ion Boxes Itnnges Stoves Iuwu Swings I'oroh Swings l'o rob Chairs I'oruh HutltM-I'oroli Stools loo Cream Kro'7oni Water Coolers IllUIIUKMlkH Wardrobes Oilfforolutu Sowing Machines Bed Springs MntlntMfH l'illOWH The longest voyago poslblo from New York to any European port via on.- body of water, tho Atlantic ocean Is loss than, 4000 mllos. Hut un Ainer lean may toko a longer voyago via one body of water and never loavo tho Interior of his own country. For the length of our great Missouri rlv-r- , which geographers now consider really tin main stream, la 4200 miles. it is a wustoful river, enough good soil is ejected annually from Its mouth to mako a groat many farms If It wuru possible to collect and compass tills sediment, It would mako a block 200 feet high and ono mllo square at tho base. Or, think of It being the injantity of rich silt sufficient to plaster six Inches deep 300 farms of 1000 acres each. And watorl Stand on tho Hick-ma- n loveo bank now nt flood time and for every pulso beat of your wrlBt there passea before you cubic feet of water; 840,000,-uu- o tory minute. Curiously enough, tills ast mass of water flows up hill to tho gulf. For . t nan aJ..Iuci lltri III It lias beun found that tho mouth of the river is iiiueli further than is its HMirce. It Is tho so called "centrif ugal force," or Inertia, produced by the rotation of tho earth tliat keeps tho stream moving toward tho ecma lor Tho water Is acted upon Honie-wlw- t as It Is when joti rapidly swing a pall of it about your head. If tho old earth should stop rotating, tho Mississippi rlvor would flow north; as It Is, Inertia throws It southward. Tliat Is not Uio only curious effect for which tho rotation of the earth is resitonslblo. Another most queer thing Is that tho right bank wears ; more than tho left ono, owing to a wvstward Inertia produced by tho earth's motion eastward. Atijono who has over had to Ho lu bed In one place for a loni; time know how tlresomo It gets and what a relief It Is to make a change. lVrlmps this Is why old "Father of Waters," ns tho Indians called It, shifts so restlessly, for It has been 1)1 rig lu Its bed a long time. As it llus there upon Its back, with its arms outstretched acrots great states, it shifts and tosses very uneasily. Sometimes It grows fretful from very weariness, no doubt, of lylnt; In ono place; and then It flings Itself right out of bed for Us banks are low. These wriggles are tromondously relieving to tho old stream, but they bring disastor and dismay to farmers eiiKCoused nearby. They feel deeply agjjrloved, not to say annoyed, when the old father squirms out of bed. it Mnrx clothes. They would like for him to He quietly. For Uibi reason the banks or sides of tho bed have been raised by levees, just as tho sides of jour bed were built up high when you wore on. Program at very little und prone to toss about. Tho tendency of tho stream to make "cutoffs" across Its multitudinous Little Hock will entertain tho old crooked tangle of bonds Is productConfederate Veterans on May lGtu lu ive of curious results. For many of Ihth The fow survivors In Hickman these necks are long and narrow. are planning to attend and to man Just below Hickman Is ono that only ulas, It will bo their last opnorutnity, a fow tulles across, but forty miles (as tho ranks uro thinning fast. Some around. At time of flood, tho river worn to think tho old tioldlor now has a tendency to take the shortest assumes a place of secondary Impor- cut. It often rushes across these tance; tliat maids of honor, sponsors, narrow necks, establishing now and i tc , niako up tho "big show," but shorter channels. this should W)t deter thorn In taking Thon tho town which was a river advantage of tho opportunity to meet town when tho sun set will find It old comrades and enjoying tho liospl self at sunrise far In Uio country, tallty of tho convention city. Little miles awuy from tho river. Some Hock will do her bent to tdiow you times a planter goes to sleep on his a good time. Iloro La their program. farm In one state mid wakes up to find himself lu njiotlior state and his I p. in., Meeting Conf"d-cratMonday farm transferred to the domain of Memorial Association; S p. in . another. M. G. A. AuSons of Veturaim at Y. "My father left mo thousands of ditorium. rich acres," said an old lady to uio Tuesday 4 p. m., Reception, Hotel Marlon; 8 p. in., Sons of Veterans Dance, Hotel Marlon; Dance ut the Little Hock Athletic Association; Historical onturtalnniunt at tho Consistory Wednesday 10 a. iu., Unveiling of monument; 3 to C p. in., Hecoptlon at all tho clubs; 8 p. in., Cotillion at Ho Jtel Marlon; ball at Auditorium. Thursday 10 a. in., Parado; 3 p in , Confederate ball and Southern Cross Drill Company nt Auditorium - III Button, Button, who's Got the Button? We have, and NS. m 5s. ?N. they are making a "hit' fr'' too. m A We have them in two, three and "lislv .? four button, in patent, gun metal and tan Russian As comforiable on the inside as they are stylish outside. MILLET & ALEXANDER mmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmm Mrs. J. 11. Urown la visiting in the down in Grecnvillo, Miss. "I never transferred them; tho Mississippi did country this week. it for mo. Thoro they He, across tho Mrs. Ella Henderson la visiting relriver now, owned and cultivated and atives and friends in Memphis. enjoyed by my neighbor in another Little Miss Myru Faris Is able to state." In nil tho world thoro is no stream bo up after a few days illness. tliat traverses buch u variety of cliC. T. Bondurant was In St. Louis mates as the Mississippi. I have left a few days last week on business. its upper reaches near St. Cloud, Minn., when they wore fust bound In We furnish your home complete. lco und enow, und traveling by train St. Louis Furnishing Co. sells It for to IxMilslaua, have stood on its banks less. ngalu, two days later, and watched its Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stephens and waves lap lazily against grassy levees iu the warm sunshliHj levees .Mrs. T. A. Iedford motored to Unloa tliat lead through green forests of City Sunday. magnolia and Uveoak, scouted gar Edwin Fuqua, an eployee of tho dens and orango groves. ITlifsin flltv VU'a.TlnTiiini. arn.. Qtin- Tho area drained by the father of day with his parents lu Hickman. waters is over 1,245,000 square miles. Or, think of it another way, think of DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N It us uu extent of land that it hot For Internal and External Pains. only tho heart of the country, but is almost tho country itself, for it is only u trifle less than of It. Viewed from tho standpoint of u farmer, it comes near belug the whole thing, for the 28 states und territolilt ries from which tho Mississippi valley claims tribute of drainage contains UO per cent of all tho improved farm lands lu tho United States. three-fourtha & Marx a. 'V Re-Uni- Tell Your Neighbors When in need of a cough medicine to use Dr. Hell's It Is tho best. Look for the bell on tho 8 Uottle. 1T& Buster The Sg ivl't .JIM T. D. PARKER. Are your feet in bad Let us put them "in1 Lieutenant Commander on the Battleship Maryland. right." If you have e not been getting style, service and, comfort in shoes that's bad. If you have corns, bunions or tender feet that's wrong. If we shoe you you'll get service "that's right." MitUn Matting Art Huuarea IlugH nil alien DruKoitos Trunks TrunkB Window Glann EASY PAYMENTS OUR UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is complete, with an experienced undertaker in charge... Had breath, blttor taste, dlzzluess, and a general "no account" reeling slgu of a torpid liver Id a sure HHItlllNK Is tho medicine needed. I makes tho liver active, vitalizes tho blood, regulates the bowels and res tores a fluo feeling of energy "'"' cheerfulness, l'rlco COc. Sold by G Hickman Drug Co. S D. lAiton and family and Dr. S W Lliteu Bpont Sunday with Fulton DoiwteProtectiL Y, "111 relatives. Hob Houten, the young man wbo broke out of tho county Jail at Mo., last week after be- ing chased by the officers several days, shot utul killed himself ThursLuther Campbell, of Paducah, Is ton Is looking ofter Mr. Campbell and day night ut tho resldenco of Mrs. confined ut Uio homo of his father, has him and tho family properly quar Rowland Bradford, twolvo miles south in tho Henry Addition, with a well autliiod, and there Is no danger of of that city. Ho was arrested for currying concealed deadly weapons. developed cose of smallpox. Dr Lu the disease spreading. Fire departments are necessary and save much property, but they cannot be relied upon always. Although they may put out the fire, water may do as much damage as the fire. Fire Insurance protects you against the loss by fire as well as the loss by water damage. A fire Insurance policy In a reliable company with a reputation for fair dealing and promptness Is your best protection. We rep See those l'i Gold Bond Hats, absoresent only such companies. lute guarantee with each und every R. T. TYLER, Agent. one. You to bo tho Judgo. We have cheaper ones too. Sullivan Dros. For tho stomach and bowol disorders of babies McQEES "HAUY KLIXIEH Is a remedy of genuluo merit. It acts quickly, is puro, wholcsomo and pleasant to take l'rlco 25c and GOc per bottlo. Sold by C Hlckmiiii Drug Co. K. 10. Davis and daughter. Miss Kvn Davis, of I'arls, Tenu., are In tho city. Mr. Davis came here to receive a new Moon auto, which was shipped from St. IJmils by boat, and Is demonstrating the car hore. kuu SHOE I K l Most Styles $5.00 $ Crossett Oxfords 3.50 and 4.00 n Ul Smith &Amberg M k 11 mi w .- -, . J -- i &U wa i- tiw..u MISR?.3 5INPn . THPUD .aasa. vTi: g t There's Class to Blue and Tan Ico water at II. E. Curlln's. & French's. Let's celebrate the Fourth. Ulgara at Fotho Schwab 's Clothes.. They are made of the very best material throughout, designed and finished by skilled craftsmen, who study every detail of style A slight shower fell last night. s LUMBER ing. Reynolds-Mos- & Co. Deo McNeil is said to bo improv Everything In Gents furnishings at Sullivan Bros. Lead the Van H. E. Curlin J. F. Lee U visiting Tenn., tills week. in Rldgly, J. M. Ezelle, of Ellison Bros, meat department, Is sick. Chas Beckham was hero from Don aldson Point Tuesday. Hand picked Whlpporwill Hickman Hardware Co. Rain today; WEATHER: unsettled, probably shower. Peas. Friday Fish nre biting. Get your fishing supplies from Fethe & French. From til Fulton Quarterly County Cour Mel Vital Statistics, Deaths. Frank Von llorrlc went to Louisvllle Tui8lay night on business. Circuit Clerk Morris and County Clork Ropor motored to Fulton Tues day. and effect. in quality, right in price. I have all the new fashions--rig- ht Come in and ask to see a Schwab Suit. No trouble to show goods, it's my duty duty and a pleasure to do so. "" AAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA R. S. Murrell, Assignee J. A. Col-to- n & Co., vs. Moso Barkott. Judg-mifor plaintiff for J3S. April 24, pneumonia. Smith Bros. vs. Ed Williams. Attachment sustained. Births. Martha Illco vs. Scott Boon. Attachment sustained. To Andrew Foster and wife, April O. M. Covey vs. Jennlo Taylor. 8, a boy. Judgment for plaintiff for cost, To Jones Burton and wife, April 14, C. F. Hawks vs. Meadows. Judg a girl. raent for plaintiff for ?6. J. P. Thomas vs. Chas. Tittsworth. To P. C. Carter and wife, April 18, a boy. Attachment sustained. nt If you want carpenter work done. Jno. McGInnls, ago 3G, April 1C, call on or phone G. L. Collins, Home heart trouble. Phone, Emmutt J. Chambers, aged 8 years, 33-- Z? f cer-tnlnl- y 9'Wi" Sullivan Bros. Invite you to call and see their bargains before buying your spring clothing. If Its anything In the lumber or & building lino, go to Reynolds-Mos- s Co., Incorporated. Follow spring Fotho & a few nice pictures. French's. bouseclcaning with A big line at Miss Luten Appointed, i barge of the duties of her off lev. Berkeley Wilson, a young farmer of Hickman county, and Miss Ruth Ingram, of this county, wore married at the Court House last Friday, by Judgo Naylor. Let us figure on that bill of ber. Reynolds Moss & Co., lum- In James Neal Sammons and brldo arrived hero Tuesday night. The brMe SUTHERLAND'S EAGLE EYE SALVE was Miss Estelle Harper. Good for Nothing but the Eyes Particular women use Helm's Witch Hazel Cream Lotion for their comnegro, In the county Ellsha Scott, plexion. Ask your druggist. Jail charged with murder, waived ex amination yesterday, and was remand RIVER: Cairo guage reads 42 ed to jail. feet. The river wilt continue falling slowly, from present Indications. Ice water at H. E. Curlln's. We try to have each article advertised even better than the advertisement says It is. Hickman Drug Co. W. A. Johnston, our popular hard-warman, informs us that 85 ier cent of tbo cotton crop in Fulton and Obion counties will have been planted by Saturday night, if weather conditions are favorable. ' i Si M 7 k V 1 although we are with tier heart and soul in tli" change of her plan!, hut wo may fe.l assured that matters educational will be dll(Kiitly looked af ler by her successor. Mliwi I.uteu's appointment will meet wKh the hearty approval of the oUUeu of tho county; her qualification, swwrt illsoUluii and deep Interest In school work makes Ikt at once the lof.laal lady for the place. Minton Caught Here, Sheriff Wallace, of Urntut was heto Tuonday hunting lui drover Minton, a white man. i alleged to hate stolen III fruiu , .. . ilex In Mayfleld. Sheriff and Policeman Hacked soon U ,. utid arrested the mall. W'ulbt the prtnoiMir, hi H. I). Lutvit's i ((luipuitk-- by Sheriff JohuiKiU si- -. ' T. Dillon, motored to Fulton On tlio wuy over they cum u two nexrooa In n buggy n(M;ru shouted baikj "Why lit h- -don't you blow your Itun JohlUHMi JuuitH-out of the oil senrct4d tlio tiy;ro. He Itmu.. big gnu and situe whiskey, nhd l the blacks oil to Fulton them In Jail. -i On the return trip Johnson up Will StluiMin. also white, who u aiidwer cliarge of ftl Carpmtr and to thootlng on public highway. Iln waived eii-- '' ing trial yeMterday and was U- -. to the anion of the urn ml J It would mx'iu 2I Is unltHiky . . J. -- ?! I Ire water at II. K. Curlln's. Next Monday U the day we get letters from "Plena Remit." t: ; I V Everything In lumber and builders' & Co. hardwaro at Reynolds-MoaCoffins and Caskets with an experienced undertaker In charge. St. LouU Furnishing Co. Incorporated It Is rumored that the St Iouln Furnishing Co. will put a door In tho southeast corner of their building so that Mr. Brown ran use that part of the house for a garage. i H ym Cfcil Quite a number of Hlckmanltes at tended tho Odd Fellows blowout at Fulton yesterday. Among others we noticed Rev. Stockton, J. T. Dillon and wlfo. Hemic Hughes and wife, S. D. Luten, Judge B. T. Davis, S. L. Dodds, Goalder Johnson, Ferd Beren-deW. L. Brown, Marlon ami Jas. Provow. s, 5S Tho Young People's Society of tho a nice profit on their entertainment. National Troubadours, Friday night. Tho affair was nicely rendered and appreciated by tho largo audience The numbers rendered by Miss Mathcny wore especially enjoyed. M. E, Church made A crew of 200 men nnd 100 teams be- arrived at Dyersburg Tuesday to gin work on tho construction of the Birmingham and Northwestern railroad. Work was started at Alamo last week, and by Muy 1 a crow will tegln work at tho Jackson end of the proposed line. Tho coiitructoorn promise to have, the line completed and in operation from Dyersburg to , Jackson by Oct. 10. Above is a good likcnetwi of Mis Virginia Luten, Fulton cou uly's new Superintendent of Schools, appointed by Judgo Naylor this morning to fill out the unexpired term of Mint Dora Smith, whom) resignation Is to take effect May 31, 1911. Judge Naylor 1h to bo congratulate cd upon this appointment. Mini Luten Is a refined, popular young lady whose broad oxiwrienco In both city nnd rural Hchools make her In every way well qualified for the office of superintendent. Hlio Is a daughter of Dr. S. W. Luton, of this ell)', ami has a host of friends throughout tho county who will be delighted to Itmm that Kho is to hold first place in tho county's educational affairs. Miss Luten finished her education in ono of the most noted schools of Virginia, and has since that time devoted herself to educational work. In which no one has taken a greater Interest. Her work in Hickman College for the past ten years has no welt pleased tho school patrons and ImkihI that she will bo given up reluctantly. Wo regrot to lost Miss Dora Smith who has been ho faithful In the ills- - . l orr J. A. CoMin. who has been visiting bis son, W. M. Oummi, returned to his home In Kaiwu City, SaturPatterson Caught. day. Mr. Cotton was so well pleased with our dty that he expvt to locate here a little later. This seem J. W. PatterKoii, who shot and to be the verdict of every one who ed T. O. Copebud In the lower tout two yearH ago, was landed upends a few weeks In HUikmnn. Jail Monday by Shurlff Johnson. Col. C. L. Walker arrived home About a year ago Patterson's last Thursday evening to find several iiiiin surrendered him to Uie of his friends enjoying the hospitalifor trial. He won brought In ty of hbt home and family. They tot, being Horloualy III. Juilne I had assembled to extend tholr con- land ortlerol him reieanetl until gratulations to the Colonel on bar- was either botlur or dlol. While ing reached the list mile post on parole, PoUernou quietly aB-- l out life's Journey. A turkey supimr with the state, but was located at .V nil the el al., had secretly Madrid. Sheriff Johnson went nf by Mrs. Walker, nnd the bunch him Sunday, and now has him In had a merry evening of It. The keeping for Uiu court next week. guests wero Messrs. W. J. Barry, C. Patterson shot the boy with a ' P. Shumate, F. M. Case, Carl Schmidt gun, but there wero no wltnsses t J. C. Sexton and W. C. Hpeer. tho tragwly. i lx-epre-pnrsli--- cAre You the Man ? Some one who reads this advertisement may be doubtful about our ability to give him a perfect fit in these good clothes we've been praising so highly. We would just like to have that man here for twenty minutes or so. We don't simply believe, we know we could dispel his doubts and cure his skepticism completely. Among other things, the little trademark you will notice on each cut gnarantees fit. Come in and find out. That's fair to yourself, this firm and tailor-mad- e Services at Hickman Baptist church Sunday April 30: Sunday School, 10 a. hi., preaching at 11 a. in., and 8:00 p. m. Tho Church will celubrato tho Lord's Supper at tho evening service. Every member la urged to be prosent. We extend a cordial invitation to everybody to attend our services. On Friday night, April 25, tho Church, by a unanimous vote, changed the ttmo for prayer mcotlng from Tuesday night to Wednesday night. Tho membership of the Church will kindly remember tho change. Spur-geo- n Wingo, Pastor. Tho new rural route out of Hick man Into tho lower end of tho county hns been held up until Juno 1st, because tho roads wero not opened and in proper shapo. It' was to have started next Monday. By reason of this delay, a civil service examination will be held May 2Cth to allow all who desire to do so to qualify for the position of carrier on this route. Postmaster Stephens tolls ua that ho has a list of those who havo taken the examination heretofore that wero eliglblo to carrlershlp, but a chance will now be given to others, and the man making tho best average will bo given the pUc. My Dear Sir I : beg to call to your nttention that you can find at H. E. Curlln's the very latest nnd newest things in HEAD GEAR. Did you know that Curlin made a specialty of Caps tans, Rreys, browns and serges. You have an invitation to Tliero'a isry little usu In sjHjndiu money for booster udverUsIng, our biislnetui men not showim enough luteret lu getting an Industi In Uie town to attend it mooting cated for thnt purpose, if wu are '" Ing to get new enterprises lu Hhk man wu must turn over a now lesi A gentlumnit, anxious to put a l" flouring mill lu Hickman, could n get a quorum yesterday to hear In proiKisltlon. Now wo MUST wake u an-the- come and see the great variety of hats and caps. H. E. CURLIN the manufacturers. Suits $10 to $25 The House of Quality. Fulton County Sunday School Asso elation will hold Ita annual conveii ' Uon on Tmday, May 9, 1911, Union (C, P.) Church. Every Sun day School In Uie county SHOULD he represented by ono or more dele gates who will anawor to roll call Come with your roports of ouccess ami problems and got uncouragemen' for greater and better work. Mrs Jennlo K. IIIU, County Secretory Baltzer & Dodds D. INCORPORATED G. Co. L P"ono f VEGETABLES PRODUCE f FRUITS I c. ti. mookc y a Im&i&tiM JLL 1 tr t 1 : r i ,i.i Circuit Court Docket. regular Mnjr twin of Fulton ,t (.wirt convonrs In Hickman Momlny Judge Husk Is tlll un ', UHSllIllO lil ilutleH nml It 1H ,t)o that Judge Kood, of I'd" Judge ill bo nuked to preside j made a very fovornblo improHM , the January term nntl his ho u will bo mot with approval by who may havo business before ,mrt kw1hk is (ho tlocVut; Continued Commonwealth. ' for tho second Jay W Patterson, wilful murder Perry nud Elmer Tried In Quarterly On a,, I'urtcr, munlur. auk Twlgg, niallrloua ,U Albert Rober vs. J. A. Robertson lot al. Farmers Bank vs. Hand Made Bug- Woodland Mills. ffl , ,' 1 SEASON Here are some of the things you will need with the coming of warm weather. Why not get them now and get a whole season's service ? ;: , In Johuou Court bond k 1,8 shooting I ) , i imI , t ,w, i 1 i H Weathorly, violating local op 3 cask. On bond KotT, gaming. Ou bond Roach, llletfnl voting On K l It It . rouimou nuisance ,iDD Franklin, common uuiannro Hunt, violating Sabbath Commonwealth, wilful murder 2 umtl lawdnon uolid Appearance l , re3?wA In ut jail Wallace, .v Carter, wilful inunlor, caae -f- at Paditcab. malicious 11 Hobvraoii, botttl I shooting m- " "-- . (I lloburxon. vWiUtlm; local option ou bond. 1 j Itoberaon, rarrylnt; concealed 3 aJiy M F Ward, fraudulent convention of another In Jail i'roM-rtIII ak Moore, lualloloua ahooiiiw? iKn, casa. On bond Ammona rnrryliiK concealed weapon. Ou bond i'.illio Johnnon, carrylun coiicmird m aAix Miiy wffliK)ii Ou bond lul) 0orK(s illy uiy weapon. carrying Ou bond concealed miuio Jobnnon. carrying concealed On bond u,ula Craig, earryli'K concealed To bo filed t. .ully wcaixtii. UmiU Crate, violating local ojillon a Tried In Quarterly Court i nave and Turn Morgan, failure to On bond. port parent Continued Ordinary. Coal Oil Stoves for third day. UKy Co. Vfl. J. II. Hauklu. K tvlver ut al. ' T. Hondurant va. F. 11. UgbtfKt National Hank of Paducah vs i.uy Tucker. IVlkcr Hugy Co. va. Ham Lovelace A & J. liaut va. A. a. BarketU Ky Culvert Mfg Co. va. City of Fulton. ' Ky a lt Gasoline Stoves Ice Cream Freezers W J lilcka va. I. C. It, 11. W V. Eakur va Masonic Protect Ivo Association. Refrigerators . Screen Wire (Black, Galvanized or Copper) J T. Moritau vs. Tom ailllaui. Mollon &. Thomaii vm Bu Franklin Hr T J. aud With Fletcher It It IniHirunco Co. W. C. UtU el al va. I C. 11 It I vb C Crulcbflclt! llural Telephone Co va I It. It. Cnitchfleld W. O. W. va I C Hy C F. Smith v Western Union Tel cgraph Co. II. F. Chamber va. II. M. Shuck J T. Little's Admr. et al va. I C. a Paints, Oils, Lead (The Sherwin-William- "i s make) Water Coolers Ice Picks It It. It M. Holow et nl vs. I. C It H T O. Copelnnd et al vsl C It, F. Hlxoil va. W.A. Scruggs Formera Hank va. (1. K. Moore etnl J F. & S. !. IKhUIk Co, va N C & St, li Hy. T. II Wlnwtt vs. City of Fulton. H. K. JomH vs. Tom Morgnn Lawn Swings Lawn Mowers We can save you money on these items. They, of course, include all sizes and kinds. Remember, we carry the best line of Cook Stoves on earth. Appearance Ordinary. Sot for tho fourth day. W. Chlaenhnll va. Sou. Wood ply Co. J. J. C. llonduraut vh. J. T. SupMor-K- n Lucy A. llliuriiaw vh. Slayden and Ilank of Jonettboro vs. W. C. Morris Scuddor Oulo Uro. Co. vs. mobo Mattlo Komp vs. Ivlo Iaugford. Dellow A Shumate vs. W. A. HI" ah aw. W. A. Dodda vs. W. A Illnshaw, ICdwIn J. I'ttmona va. Trnvolera Co. It. W. StallliiKH vs. I. C. It. II. W. I Folts &. Son vs. Hud Fur IVnrkoU. gerson ot al, Oreen Cloiuuiona vs. J. T. Smith-wick- . W. K. Hall Ltimbor Co. vs. C. M. Tolloy. A. 0. IKmbro vb. N. C. & St. h. W. II. WoodH vs Jullnn Choato. Kd Thomas vs. Frank Oliver et al. J. P. Swann vs. A. J. Hurrow. Dr. J. M. Heeler vh V. W. Jones. Stvedlsh American Tolephono Co, n Hickman Ind. Telephone Co. HICKMAN HDW.i CO. INCORPORATED vi Continued Equity. Sot for third day. J, H. McCluro va L, W. Graham. of Mrs .Davis Friday afternoon. Misses Louise and Jane McConnell nro tho guests of Dr. P. w. Prather and wife. Mrs. Elwood IOgan was the guest of her mother and father, B. T. Pru-et- t, Sunday. T. M. Flack and family are vlsltlns his brother, M. L. Flack, and family, at Crockett, Tenn. Mrs. Bascom Isboll went to Martin Monday, to visit her parents, Rev. Penlck, and wife. Miss Alice Tlmmons and Miss Net tle Prather spent one day thb week at B. II. Prather'a. Mr. Halllday and wife were tho guests of her brother, Albert Graves, and family, Sunday. Mr. Qlenn was able to spend a few days In Union City this week with Will Davis and family. Mrs. Cnto Davis returned Thursday after a month's visit with her sister, Mrs. Rip Davis In Texas. P. Prather, of State Lino, was call ed to BlyUiovllIe. Ark., to see his daughter, who Is very 111. Harry Threlkeld and wife, of lllcK-mawere the guesta of his mother, Mrs. Honeycutt, a fow days last week Death entered tho homo of Qua Llnkster, of Crystal, and claimed hl beloved wife. Sho was n daughter of MrsTruby McDowell. Sho leaves a husband and three children to mourn her loss. nl A Sunday School rally will bo held City Fulton Ex Parte. Two cases. on tho 4th Sunday In May In Will J. J. C. Hondurant vs. J. H. Peck. on Mrs. Clara K. Maxwell vs. C. K. Mnddox's woods lot, with dinner A tho ground. Everybody Invited. Webb et al. will bo pres-uL. A. Donnell vs. Mrs. Emma Don- number of good wpeakers to address the crowd. ne! I et nl. Annlo I.acy ot al vs. A. A. Farls. W. J. Hannou et al vs. Stevo Stahr Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Ho- ny ot al. For Coughs and Colds J. W. Roney, Guardian, vs. Katie Jones. 4 ,lll imi,m Ml n Lena Farbain vs. Chas. Parhani. MUry Gardner vs. Richard Gardner. Horace Curtis ya. Sallle Curtis. Liquid Carbonic Co. vs. Lowla & HVTKS-O- ne Uent pr Word per Week Unali 111 Advaucu. Tucker. 'I'li-M-i i 1l' '"I IIIII W. W. Meadows vs. Goalder John suits. son, Sheriff. Two SALE Good Timothy Hay. J. F. & S. L. DoddH Co. vs. Hollla A.FOR Leet. u II. Taylor. FOR SALE: Good milk cows. W. Matilda Moore vs. Jake Moore. tfo B. McQehoo. Ida Morrow va. Luther Morrow. luvy. Good mixed FOR SALE: Mrs. Salllo McLaughlin vs. H. C. McLnughlln. Paul Shaw, State Lino. Lewis Holds exec., vs. Manila FOR RENT: 3 nice rooms. A. J. Chiimleo et al. Wright, Harness Shop. FOR SALE: New Cook Stovo for Appearance Equity. 92p sale cheap. C. L. Rose. Eula Elks vs. Jno. Elks. FOR SALE: Good buggy and sot Raby vh. Wiley Raby. Rady Loora Judith Bennett vs. J. A. Bennett. of harness cheap. Loo Rose 2p Houses on small Laura B. Habjcs et al vs. S. V. FOR SALE: i uuugor monthly payments. M. B. Shaw, tic ok ui. Nevuda Stout vs. Davo Stout. FOUND: Ladles Jacket. Pay for R. L. Dacus vs. Annie Dacus. this notice uml got name at Coupler Sam McConnell et nl vs. Fal Me- - office. Council et al. W. J. Barry will put new rubber Sllzsi Pnriinni vs. Sam Parhani. tires ou your buggy. Call at his resA. J. Puruoy vs. Mrs. Emma Little. idence. Narcissus Collier vs. Robt. Colllor. resiFOR RENT Nice Rogers Exchango Bnnk vs. It. It. dence In East Hickman. See MIbs et al. tfo Jessie Outteu. Lovlo Iingfonl vs. J. II. WANTED: Throe or four small Admr. pigs and some chickens. B. S. Elliott Flosslo M. Hart vs. Ed Hart. at Hickman Job Shop. It. T. Morris vs. Joslo Morris. Deerbig mowJ. E. Smith vs. Leila Smith. FOR SALE: Rufe FleldH vs. Elzada Fields. er, almost good as now, at a barKittle Williams vs. Artie Williams. gain. W. B. McGeheo, Hickman, lp J J. C. Hondurant vs. J, W. Elks Three Rod Polled FOR SALE: et al. Thoroughbred Registered Bull calves. Inoz Taylor vs. Hollls Taylor. Dodds & Doliow, 2 lulloa east of J. II. IiOdwIdgo vs. J. K. Harnett. Hickman. A. F. Oliver vs. C M Adams et al. MARES FOR SALE: A few good City of Fulton va. N. G. Morris. Brood and Work Maroa on easy terms Also a few Milk Cowb with young Ice water at II. E. Curlln's. calve.1. S. L. DODDS. T. T. Swnyno and wife and Hollls WANTED: Painting of all kinds. Kirk wero In Union City, Tuesday. Will furnish, 30 years experience. meeting sorvlco at Baptist Prayer Collier's lead at $7X0 and linseed oil Church has been changed from Tuesat $1, ou short notice. Phono 32-- or day to Wednesday night. address M. N. Collins, Hickman, R 3. Dr S. W. Lutcu wont to Moscow FOR SALE: Beautiful homo ou tk joaterdny to visit his sister. Miss hill, deslrablo locality, splendid neighNnnnlo Luton, nnd to attend Royal borhood, no dust, largo lot 70x160, InArch Lodgo. cluding garden and chicken yard and Tho Hickman Board of Education Ight and elect out houses, also orchard. House hiia will meet tomorrow 7 rooms, 1 hall aud three porches. teachers for tho school term of 1911-1In first class repair. A bargain for Apply at this office, tf J II. Langford, tho strawberry man the price. STRAYED or STOLEN: From my grown berbrought In the first homo ries for tho Hickman market Satur- homo 2',-- miles west of Hickman, March 1st, ono red cow, with day He was also In town yesterday with a wagon load. Tho berries aro white fet, left horn slipped and underlet and ovtrblt in right ear, weigh being sold at lCc a box. about S00 pounds, probably has young There will bo a total ecllpso, a solar ecllpso of the sun calf. Any Information will he libertomorrow visible In this section. ally rownrdod. J. S. Maddox, Homo 3P Tnke n good look, as It will bo tho Phono 41 5H- last ono you will see In many years, according to astronomers. When you order Ice, plaeso hav It. E. Brlco, ft well known bottom your coupon book where tho driver planter, Informs us that his boii, who cau toar out tho amount duo. Hick-mu- n put a firecracker In a mall box a Ice & Coal Co. few weeks ago, was dressed down In Federal court to tho tuno of $71 X and costs, the latter amounting to fT"xy Ovi.i-over $100. Ho thinks tho llttlo episode contains a valuable lesson for O. XX. other boys who aro Inclined to havo 1 X Phon 4 n llttlo fun nt your Uncle Sammy's T , oxponso. And, It does. ministrator. Jessie Ladd vs. Albert Ladd. Ruth Fullers Admr. vs. Her Holrs and Creditors. W. C. Johnson vs. P. Q. Waggoner et al. Ed Thomas vs. Theo. Twlgg et al. W. A. Dodda vs. R. A. Craddock. Justin E. Atteborry et al vb. F. B; Attuberry ot al. Mrs. Mlnnlo Scearce et al vs. My-r- a Scearce ot al. Mrs. N. C. Irvine vs. Dr. A. J. Alexander. Mrs. M. S. Cranberry Admr. et al vs. Mrs. Pattlo Pierce et al. S. Lovelaco et al vs. City of Fulton ct al. Mrs. Alice P. Wilson vs. A. N. King et al. J. I. Jennings vs. Inez Henderson. Susie Kelser vs. Elizabeth Kelser. O. S. Miles vs. Maude Porter et al. J D. Iach vs. D. C. Corum et al. A. M. Ropor vs. W. H. Williams. J S. Stafford vs. City of Fulton. M. E. Bard vs. E. T. Bard Helm & Ellison vs. Robt. Griggs. Bettlo I.uwls vs. Frenchy Lewis. Estella Howard vs. Hosey Howard. Mrs. M. C. Twlgg et al vh. J. M. Thompson. Mrs. May Taylor vs. Rosa M. Taylor et al. C. M. Adams vs. City of Hickman. II. O. Halo vs. Vernron Malady o( n, ut m gy Co. Mrs. P. W. Prathor was In Union Mrs. Suslo Irvlno vs. Arthur Irvine. City Friday aftornoon. Emma BatU va. Isaiah Batta. Miss Mlttlo Frost was tho guost Oliver Iladfior ct al vs. A. L. Bad of Mrs. J. D. Douglas Sunday. ger'a Admr. Mrs. Dottle DoBow was tho guest O T Moacham vb. Sis Shelby, Ad- b'1 & V t ' m .vi 8' i VI : 1 I' Courier Want Column . 2. s ut tech-nlchall- y J I FRESH MEATS! MOOHB vE2SJto5i jLnJfc-aiii- ''t Wif- - 'f" YOU CAN TAKE THAT VACATION i ii run The Biggest Yet ! Third Annual Gun Shoot for Hickman, Monday, Tuesday and Wednei day, June 12, 13 and 14. I As every penon In Hickman and surrounding country Is aware, tills has been one of the greatest successes Hickman has evor pulled off. It has attracted high class visitors all l- raTrV 1 3mHBVj ovor tho Uidted States. Ijwt year c had tho greut Hand Most or, John Phillip Sousa, and his ft V X j!l 9 wife, who came hero direct from Now York for no other purpose than to make us a visit and shoot with our of boys. He has been praising Hickman and her people ever slnco he left, &, and only recently he has written friends of his In Hickman from London Uiat ho regrets that ho will be o UkUk, (JE. Ziamdinai i. ncruss tho waters at the time of our I- shoot tills year and will bo unablo to attend, yet ho wishes to bo remembered to all tho people of Hlckmnn that he and his wife met while here and wants to be counted with us for 1912. He hns written several artiWe have fitted numbers who never before found clothes just to their liking. cles for the sporting papers both and in tills country since hli visit here and he never fails to The weather has become so much warmer that you may begin to montlon Hlckmnn in tho very high-ea- t think about light Underwear, Hosiery and Negligee Shirts. Our A BANK account makes life's walk easy, smoothes out the of terms. display is unusual in its comprehensiveness. lough places, and makes the bright spots more pleasant You Young Mr. King, of Donvor, Colo., the way, lead the amateurs in high can't imagine what a difference it makes until you try it. THE aud a promising young lawyer, was PROOF COSTS YOU NOTHING. among tho vbdtors last year, and, by a graduate of Chicago University, average, has recently written that he will bo on hand and wo can hear of him praising Hickman all over the West. lias advertised our town and bring II I AmlMirK rwelviil a ' Barnes-Cr- aig, of wolr Monday nintlnt; that Mr Am Geo. Lyon, Into It such a high rla Tho Will Appreciate Your Business. jl lad II rn. Well a ai Ii. who has a way of making friends that would probably neter hatv mi) with everyone where ever ho goes, occasion to visit us that vTy on IK. N Y.. hn dinth Among other Intrndnl for n commit-t- t question is now In the county Jail, from bootblacks to tho president of tibould appoint then!M nt not yet knon ks hht but rruwdvd owl. Denies the Allegation. of one to se that tioUtlHt; hi left la and had it not been for the persist- tho United States was also here and a rotiMn of the AtnberM uf ent offort on Goaldor's part he might says that he will cortainly be on undone to make thorn kv a Kh1 mrm th MJHTUffr of t)) VtHl aht etty, and bad a lnrv' oitvlv ttt t still bo at large. The Sheriff also band to eat fried chicken and drink time. However. hM sJtooure who at MbM Jmn4u- llnrnm, Mek ttttik Hte hrw. havtnK viMttl linr hmm' The Louisville Times, in Friday's persuaded tho Governor to offor a buttermilk with the ladles. tended lent softeoH My Otts wm the WdMMlj- M 1 9t M iW t'tmrt lHlr for a many jrtn-Hni- c IIohmi, KM. Iloniea SbM-ofrVtut issue, gave Sheriff Goaldor Johnson, reward of $100 to help run the negro by hare on hrr ay f"w Mr. and Mrs. Topperwoln, tho great ae kist yor. .i very uncalled for swat In the down. Tho Illinois sheriff got tho est rlflo shots In tho world, who luado The PaiiHHni or Mm CfmfeikMwey hg. llotJi ar wl kiHMk'B atd hlffh-))- ' ivmith. where li imnt her Item: n4eotd MMt unfit iff W4 to tor aiiuunnr home In thi- ii' $100 reward, but Johnson got tho ne- the run from San Antonio, Texas, to will feed the nhoolors as wmmI oh gro, as ho generally does. Tho Times Hickman last year, especially for our the grounds for tho noon )NrJi ami HIckHMR. "Failure of the authorities of llick-aia- made ComiljiiUoi. It. II. Oliver, Adjuter uf a mess of the article. shoot, writes Col. S. L. Dodds that the latitat of the PrwibytgrtuR Church Ky., to promptly reply' to a liiMirnnoo Co., of luu. thoy will certainly bo on hand and have touda urrangwuients to Mrv elegram sent them by Chlof of Pui here last week on liilf.-- ' wish to be remembered to all of tho suiiiers at ulglK. Tho skootMti ole, II. Watson Ltndsey may cause The Ow Dnw Mm, nt KmIiom. Every Bottle Is Guaranteed. re vwy liberal tost year with both good peoplo they met while in Hickho loss of an opportunity to nppre-icr.- Every bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r I'oroh I'urulUim. BL Utuu K Ikiugbters of th Coufedtmicr and miw Ihiih pt(re)tavil by J. W Conlim Elisha Scott, a negro murderor Honey Is guaranteed to glvo satis man on their short stay last year. theail J. II. Ssw frvw lr X W lurU In Co. mjII It for fene. They got in lato and were only hero tin- kidltM who furnbd ttitMM Mptr faction in all throat and bronchial wanted at Hickman. Several days 8 ono day and left tho next night for slid both netted very handsome h the Louisville department located troubles. Chicago to attend the Grand Ameri- mount for their rpottre he negro out of the city and Col. while at the rarao tim tk can. They did not get to thank tho Lindsey telegraphed Sheriff Johnson Drs. H. E. Prnther and P. Ii. Cur-li- n were always guumHUd shooters asking if the man was wanted and were in Union City on business, people for many kindnesses shown them during the one day they were something (o eat, whether he would send an officer to Monday. here. They writo that they will be ho place to arrest him. No reply Irving Hourlne, of Louisville, was hero this trip for tho entire three has been received. If you have sore eyes of any kind "The murder was a cold blooded hero Saturday and Sunday, tho guest days. use Sutherland" a Kale Hye Salvo. That Jovial and whole-oul- , CapL It Is good for nothing but eyes. It head with an axe while he slept, it of Miss Annie CowglU. Tom .Marshall, of Chicago, writes ho Is painless and harmless, and is affair, Scott splitting his victim's A. Voorhees, of LaSalle, Ills., has positively oad with an ox while he slept. It is accepted a position with the Mengel will be hero "with his hair in a braid' say so wo the best. If you don't will refund your money. days in advanco of the shoot Try said A special to the Times from Box Company as electrician, and ar several It nnd then your nelghfcr. and to notify all tho ladles that he 8old everywhere. tell a tube. Hlckmnn says that Col. Llndsey's rived hero last Thursday. 26c wil' open his shooting class that ho telegram was received thore." Mr. Johnson denies the truth of Dunlap Murphy and Joo Davis, of enrolled last year. Ho has also mado he article, and tells us that he wlr-- d Fulton, were hero Sunday, tho guests on appointment to attend church on MRS. JOHN HAYS HAMMOND the officers immediately and also of Misses Charlotte Hubbard and Ma- Sunday morning and lead prayer. That great quartette, composed of wrote full particulars. The negro in bel Wilson. " II. I). Freoman, of Atlanta, Ga., Jns. "H- Mliu.tWwninltiBSI Wjf of 8pcial Ambiuatfor t C prrlfhllivt , C K Zlmmriaiit o , It Day, of Midland, Texas, Quy Ward, of Coronation of King Gtorg. Macon, Ga., and John Livingston, of 'I Birmingham, Ala., will bo on hand exerand will sing at tho Presbyterian Itn THA? Church Sunday night. HELD Tho famous "Gin Squad," of Memphis, composed of Hugh Wynn, tho Cotton King, "Jew" Goodbar, who makes more shoes than anybody In tho South, IJolrd Snowden, given up ;m$ IN making the kind of furnit sold in our store, each to he the greatest shot In Memphis, Srr?i &m piece of lumber is Nash Ilucklnghnm. tho atholeto und lected and seasoned for month prizo fighter, for whom Jack John-so- n before It Is used. 8klllful workmen then cut It ami comnleln a niece at went to Jail in San Francisco for a time. The grain of the wood Is treated to a preparation called a "fi thirty days to keep from meeting er" then It Is sandpapered, after which tho finish Is him on tho streets of San Francbco, 0Iven. Then, Is aBaln sandpapered and and Beautiful Brodlo Flnloy, who has another coat of varnish It given. This Is the reason that upon our furniture there It a the reputation of bolng tho best looklustre that lasts. Of course l ing man In tho State of Tennessee, we simply sold you furniture regardless of how It was going to look n olso Charlie "Cody" Willy, a uophew a few years from now, we could beat our already low prices. We car.t of Buffalo BUI, will also bo here und afford to sell you anythlnB whleh Is not proper show tho people, as ho did lost year, and right In cytry way When It Is so easy to misrepresent, how they shoot on tho plains of tho don't you think It Is safer to buy west. at home from somebody who knows how to select furniture, who you Walterr Huff, Will Long. Farmer know Is absolutely is reliablefrom somebody upon whom you can depend and Will LeCompt and many others upon for honest goods7 I hr Wirr to Hrnun frm ft ! mini? . A little reflection will show you that we are of tho regulars will bo horo In adTHE BEST hearth material tough, pliable, strong, long lived right In this particular and a vance, In fact several of these prodose Inspection will prove that our prices YYlKfc. e like iron wire. It is the finest fencing are lower than you can securo fessional and missionary men havo anywhere else. You know that quality wire possible to manufacture. already been in to securo headquartcount. furniture, for It I. something that you don't buy every day Galvanizing Heavily galvanized by our own new and perfect ers, etc. PIocess the 'w"e s positively moisture-proo- f. Perfect Last season the hotels wero taxed Ihe fact that to overflowing and could not tako All Stay Wires and Line Wires are Electrically Welded caro of half tho visitors, but many of INCOIU'OIUTKD THE WTXD me good ramllles In town camo to ! Tint nnlv Mtminnt a fli tLnTn. moisture-gatherintho Gun Club's committees of recop- g Next Door to Post Office. wraps, clamps lion and arrangements relief and took and ties, but nracticallv transform the fence into one piece of perfor--' caro of these visitors, who are all the very highest class of gentlemen. I Everything points to a much larger Waile Wire There is no waste wire to make useless weight ;' io FOR SALE: Chns. L. Daniels, was Instantly attendance this year than ovor before n9'cad, heavier wire is used and all the weight killed nnd Will Cnrloss sustained a and Inasmuch as Uio hotels have not NoWasteWeight is fence. Stay wires being of the same size as line wires, the Increased their facilities for taking broken leg about 7 o'clock Krldny caro of tho peoplo, tho gun club will night whon tho horse they wero driv"Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence is the Strongest in the World cortainly nppreclato tlieso good peo- ing ran awny In HopkltiBVllIe, as they 73 Styles and sizes, edapted to every purpose FIELD. plo rooming theso shooters and visit- wero returning from a fishing trip, FARM, RANCH LAWN, POULTRY. ors this year and will bo glad that nnd overturned tho vehicle. EVERY ROD GUARANTEED PERFECT. any of them who can conveniently A prudont mother is always on tho tako caro of any of them will notify Leave order8 with H. E. wntch for symptons of worms In her tho commlttco of reception composed chlldron. Paleness, CURLIN, Hickman, or phone lnck of Interest In of Tom Dillon, Sr., II. N. Cowglll, N. play, and peovlshness Is tho slgnl for or write H. L. CURLIN, Woodland Mills. Tenn. It. Holcombe, Percy Jones, C. C. WHITE'S CItEAM VEHMIKUUE. A Smith, C. L. Walker, W. C. Iteed, C. few doses of this excellent n.inoilv puts an end to tho worms nnd tho ALL ORDERS RECEIVE 1'. 8humnto and 8. L. Dodds. child soon acts naturally. Pri on PROMPT ATTENTION We believe Inasmuch as this shoot a bottle. Bold by Hickman Drug Co, Irk .lip 631 v if The Attention of lYlCn who IF YOU HAVEtfj A BANK insist upon having clothes with all the new ACCOUNT Cc--.N- - OW often a small additional expend- iture on your vacation will double your pleasure. And what a difference it makes when you come back and still have money in the bank. features, in the newest patterns and colors, in the very highest quality tailoring, yet at prices within the reach of all, is invited to our display of sam ples and models of the famous INTERNATIONAL TAILORING CO. MILLET & ALEXANDER -lt-- The Peoples Bank - multl-milllonalr- cain-dWaH- s fol-owl- - -- a-;- o ujmh-1-tion- f' Have you ever thought what are is -- ws: cised in the making of good furniture. The Old Cabinet Maker says: ,i r Eiemmiywmed tsfeurgKfPE cKjcam Wire Fencing old-tim- "Pittsburgh Perfect" . .-- best all through. HICKMAN FURNITUREICO. Sweet Potato Slips Old Time Yams and Queens. ffW. A. DODDS fJ ' iiiiiimi