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No. fl I I J THE HICKMAN COURIER. , A BLUE MARE HEBK T ii i'ii i mans that roar tab arlpMoa bat oxplrtd Ilansw promptly If yo a want the paper to com to you after tbli monlb tJSBrtising Is the Team that Pulls uw Commercial . NO. VOLUME 0 DbBT PAVER IN WE8TERM KENTOOKT Wenon up tho Hill of success. " The UauriBi has a Spankin' Good Team, Draase the ExIbs at ' Your Ulagan, Old Man, and Lafs Hitch Up Sum TEAE ni m HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, IMF" 1911. WHOLE HO. EBTABLIBHED IN THE ISO" First in Many Years. Unto In many yonro a mbont wont through tho "ohuU" It in ono of irUi of town Baturday. largo boat which carried u dolo- ,,.11011 to tho Now Urlvaiw Mardl u iil a ritunilnj; lo nor homo 1 Tho hut boat bcforo Uu unu M through tho oituUt fOM tlio Ul "j ' T " Ti 111 tor tho fintt :When You Buy Your: t ' ' aafBara' ,. i TAaaai h - .'.u.- -. i joft-- u v. mi h .r'Ma1aagn?;iJirr t'CTHaa i. M , "iIKU tho diuto next to tha hut me bu lllckuun Thin hunt .ii U rviiM.iubrd tut )ialng blown wltlUt pasMUiK llkikiuaii, am! ncurv Ih Oold Dunt Hho Went pa! RUGS . Ml f ii mil Uiut tlM'jr ii- -a in thlM city iH)Vi wero klllixl or ho frightfully dld In thu Vurkiun which wjrv con i in) into otiivrKKticy lioaplinU 14 r :i? Bi.VSa 1L J!iiUlrniK'4 at IIh hlitiiirr i iti thiiMiKh IIiIh chute, an at Umt accompliplH'd In high j' an only an-r. but It U prohublo thut tha rh t In gradually working lu way back jimugh Uio old diannol, (or audi It bj a quarter f n wulur) uho. In in.- - Ii tuny ui;bi In) oimn lo navl toll urt) told. Hick-uiai- i Ytnt Afio, a nillo from tlm nmln clmii ihi r.rtHit Inert tnhd -- lo th fact that I) feet ajKk4. 1 rt Your Curtains, Your Draperies, Your Mattings and Linoleums for Spring, it will pay you to come to us. We show a large and varied selection, offer the most exclusive patterns and designs, the most reliable qualities, and give you the benefit of absoluely the lowest prices. Why not take advantage of these great values ? 1 w-- irf-- l ihnl rhor, ami Un lmU ut nil followed tbe ooume tnk ii by Ui boat lu iiiMtlou Kalaiirday llie .MliaiUmppI Id a tury ih(iHKjbI of Um t(UM iitu-r- . aaLaLaHHlaBtBHR BaHBLaaHaaiBLaBfF 4"' ?5V J 3 J 2 Mattings and Summer Rugs CHINA JAPANESE Japanese Mattings, carpet patterns, fancy inserted and floral patterns at, 25c to 15c per yard Japanese Mattings' in beautiful carpet patterns, new and pretty colorings, they 35c to 25c are very closely woven, yd Wu ay you for collecting your own Account by allowing ten per cont for tiurehaao of coupon hook for icr lllrkiimn Ice 4. Coal Co. au ' VBBBkalHl iaaaHaaHaE w v i '.1 J V : III Fnncy Setako China Matting in neat patterns, good values at, 20c to 12 per yard 2c Missouri Bergs Grow, Laat ok Uto Courier printed tho oftielal rdunui for Hilton county ami aornrnl iMlKhU)rlnt; towim but tiki not Inoludo any of thu noarhy MUkourl towiut. Here am a fow of thnui: u TVjmi Vmu. 1910 1243 1900 I'ntlrlo - 388 1K93 2CC Whltln- (Uiarlonton IbirtnutU .... v Atutlnion Nuw MadrlJ Huytl rorUy."vlllu Caniitx)l HU .... :i2 3M 34C 3Ct 18S2 10&7 US'J 419 427 iS7 1781 737 It IxmU FurnlHhliiK Co. nclk for ktt, U dray t K. bUitlm-M- waa ki Union City on wt-ok- l.uit . Carl Sclunkll ami vrlfo weru cutout of Union Oily rvlntlvea Bumlay. I., N. C. fc 8L luut Ihjcji In Corlntii, AIImi., thla vo.'k vVkUIiir bin aiHlor. J. J. Tayhr, of tho competency and such a system of schools as will insure equal opportunity to all children. 2. Constitutional revision of the tax laws. 3. All legislation necessary to bring tho roads of Kentucky to the highest state of efliciency. 4. State bank inspection. 6. Bringing the militia up to tho highest standard of efliciency and freeing same from politics. C Organization and between farmers as well na among other laboring men, whether they labor in the field, factory, Btore, or wherever wage is earned. 7. Such legislation as would Improvo tho relation between capital and labor. 8. The strict enforcement of that portion of Article G of the Constitution of the United States which reads as follows : "No religious teat shall over be required as a qualification to any ofllco or public'trust. 9. Election of United States Senators by direct vote of the people. 10. ' WILLIAM ADDAMS, Candidate for Governor, favors: i L Stringent educational laws that will secure more schools? better schools and better pay for the teachers in order to insura Ha III III Best grade China Mattings, in plain white and colors, will outwear any other mat35c to 25c ting, per yard Japanese Matting Rugs, fnncy carpet and oriental patterns, good quality of straw, .4.50 and 3.50 9x12 ft., each 5.00 and 4.50 China Matting Rugs, fancy and plain pat., very closely woven, 9x12 1.00 3x6 China Matting Rugs, to match large rugs 75c and 50c 3x6 Japanese Matting Rugs, floral and oriental patterns Crex Rugs, very dusable, suitable for rooms, halls and porches, 6x9 ft. for 4.50 9x12 ft. for 8.50 54x90 in. for 3.00 Room Size Rugs Brussels Rugs, 9x12 ft., in a large variety of new Spring styles and patterns, 10.00 special at Rugs, extra good quality, Oriental and floral patterns 13.50 Tapestry Brussels 15.00 and 16.50 Seamless Tap. Rugs, 9x12 Axminster Rugs, 9x12, nil new patterns in rich Oriental and soft floral effects, 20.00 and 22.50 at Rugs, a beautiful line of Oriental and floral effects, seamless 25.00 Velvet 1.25 to 4.00 A complete line of small rugs to match large ones, at 50c and 60c Linoleums a choice line of patterns in figures and floral designs, at Oil Cloths, 4 width, per sq. yd 35c Oil Cloths, 4 width, per sq. yd 30c and 35c 8-4-- r for another year to kctip hU ifu from l..ivliii; him. rluimlblo lady. J. W. Jackoon, of Clinton, orders IImi Courb-- Tho strict enforcement of all laws on the Statute books. in Spring Curtains and Draperies In a Matchless Assortment. Beautiful new Net Curtains, corded and twisted net that will stand laundering, 2.00 to 7.50 per pair elegant new patterns in fine, soft laces white, ecru and Fine Lace Curtains, I.50.to 5.00 Arabian shadings, per pair Nottinghams in dainty, delicate effects, copies of fine imported laces, Pretty new 50c to 3.50 at, per pair Beautiful new Drapery Scrims, Nets, etc., in a large line of bright new patterns. 25c up Window Shades, of all lengths and qualities, from o Thu Homo ami Cumborlaml aro Installlio; phones In tho offlco of Chluf of 1'oUco Wrlsht froo of chargo, for Uio benuflt of tho public Tolo-I'hon- The J, H. Nelson Homestead East Hickman. aHl bW aaalv Hb ' H V aVfBrDHb anvtlf Vtdii I &7JbS rBaB ttfll ElE oaB dP? I J8S Your Home Im IR gfsfi" raaP Artistic Decoration at Moderate Cost. Hcniy Bosch Company's TiiiH 1ku8o a.H bo given away by S L IhIiIh to hoiiio nosro lot pimluiHir lit hia now wMttluii to Dint Hickman liko I Im If I IR m gr Marriage Licenses Landed in Jail. Wall Papers Something Ircn-clcvr- n About Alfalfa. flSu. SSK- Il (HCSb Tor the Scaion of Nine tcptctcut the hett the World allotdt Sample Uwki tkown il ,ogt if ! 4 moil iilticilrc pilot Ii so obllitlon lo ' IW IH lt Ira tf2H tMaaW '' lti 1 m QPK C4 lo iJJlfll blo "'" ""I" i"""''l" tumlon, potitl w. a. popps Alfalfa Ih coinparntlvoly n nw crop In Fulton tounty, hut a onv, (is will bo mt'ii b) a visit lo It I now any of Uw bottom fiirma ovor a foot high anil uluiorit rwuly for tho flrwt cutting ami roiiioiiibor our fannora got fio crop.n ior your from a Hold of alfalfa. 'I'hla la one of tho ronmrkablo farm product. Original-l- j bioiiglit fnim South America, It took klmlly to Uio soil and ollmato nd (pilckly uaiiriKMl first pluco among It Ih cut from fUo Toraco pUmtH. to so veil tlmoa a year, and ovon In of yoarB makoa from thioo to four crops oooh aooaou. It fattonu cattlu almost corn, onabloa fannora to Kvop niul mulct) with little 'or no Tho following wero granted llcenso grain, dullghta tho hoarta of all xorta to marry In Obion County last weok: of poultry, and makoa a Kind of hay Henry Field and Alma Johnson. that hogH will wit. Hut Uiat Is only Artio A. Jomw and Mrs. Susie Iow. tho familiar uouder. Hero's tho new Iiarthlo Curvln and Molllo Oiimii. ono: Thoy nro now chopping It as J. C. Burgess and Lucy R. Hrandon. flno aa flour and making alfalfa onko and Viola MoDan-iol- . ami broad for family uho. Ym, and j A. F. Kottlobrow ulfalfa "Koup," for I hoy nay Uiln Jus. N. Samona and Kstollo Harpor. Miraculous plant makoa tho tlmwt 13. A. Gknor and Magglo Ntx. tsotip utock lu oxlatonco, and Uiat half iAnnto Maaon ami Qnico Crockett. will kucp a family of u Ion of alfalfa (lono Jackson and Daisy Hopkins. six lu Houp ono your. Tim no.xt tlmo W. V. Standi and Lena llobortson. Homoono tolls j on "lo go to graas," Gordlo Morgan and Bessie Ingram. JiiHt pick out a nloo Fulton count) alLeonard Gibson and ltay Adklns. falfa Hold ami Uvo happy ovor aftor. Charloy Uradley and Ivoy l'uckett. Tom Prlnoo and Honii Garland. Guy Harper ami Alloa Potter. Moving Pictures Saturday night. honu-- Ellsba Scott, tho much wanted negro murdeior, who was caught in Ills., last week, was landed In tho Fulton county Jail Monday morning'. Tlie negro was brought lo Union City by Uio HIIuoIh sheriff and surrendered to Officers Hob Goalder and John Wright. S. L. Dodds took Uio officers to Uio city lu his auto. It will bo remembered Uiat Scott Tho chap Vfho geta a rroo rldo In killed Horace Dakar a fow weeks ago, a patrol wagon Isn't carried away splitting his head open with an nxo wl'h onthiisiaam. while ho lay asleep. Ho will bo tried hero In Circuit It'a easy for a protty young widow) Court next week. to niako a mail think ho wants to marry hor. A. A. Farla uiado a business trip to Memphis this week. Pocket kntvcu at Fetho & French's, &. Mosby, of Hickman, kindly tendered tho men in diargo of tbo road work leading froui Union City to Ileolfoot Lake Uio uso of a number of largo dump carts. Tlioso carta aro very handy and uso-ffor this work and will aavo much tune and expense. Tho gentlemen havo placed our clUzena under lasting obliguUons to them, with tho tender of returned favors when Uio opportunity of fere Union City Commercial. Iloudurant have ul i: .- i s - . -- KIND YOUR P'S AND Q'S" i Lee Line Steamer Loading at Hickman. Ona Theory Is That the Old Sylngi ' Originated In the Printing Office. Beyeral explanations have been, given of the origin of the phraaa "Mind your P'a and QV One la that) It la derived from on old custom of hanging a slato up In an alehouse on, which was written P or Q that Is. plat or quart against the namo of each customer according to the quantity which he had drunk; to be paid when the wages were given on Satur- ' day night. Another explanation given in th Dietetic and Hygienic Gaxetto Is that! the sentence originally was "Mind your toupees and queues." The tou-- i pee waa an artificial lock of hair aad the queue the pigtail of olden time. A riddle used to be In vogue as follows: "Who Is the best person to keep tho alphabet In order? Answer: A barber, because ho ties up the queues and puU toupees In lrors." Charles Knight gives the most plausible explanation, as follows: "I have always thought that the phrase 'Mind your P'a and Q's' waa derived from the schoolroom or the printing office. The forms of the nmall p's and q's In the Homnn typo have already been purzllng to tho child and the printer's apprentice. la tho one the downward stroke Is on the left of the oval; In the other, on tho Kj a ' wrpv-T- r Ml'f J A7 I9u2l ztzist i fi&) fita VS&XTT r "m "..srax--- vatf-r-v- r s n ! 1HC VOHOLC HVMllX IM Tue GRMP OF THG. TfcuiT 3PtER ?& mUsssT r ' i MaJ Joint V Ikivldson wait m... bill hiu bwn lntnxlu e.1 prold of a 2S coat iiioiwly olerte! ColoJi.d of tlio Fi ln for the roltiORu Kentucky llt;liiimt, which Is t. pleco. A . Wo furnish Leather Prices Jump Again Trust Creates Artificial Scarcity by Closing Tanneries higher price. You and I and the other plain people of this country are not paying enough for our shoes, it seems. The Leather Trust needs the money more than we do so the shoe wearers of America have got to come across with the - St. Umlt hM. your home comploto. It for Co. Tight ataat," "Now, when tho types are reversed, as they are when In process of distribution they are returned by tho compositor to his case, tho mind of the joung printer Is puzzled to distinguish the p from the q. In sorting pi or a mixed heap of letters, where the p and the q are not In connection with any other letter forming a word. I think It would be almost impossible tor an Inexperienced person to distinguish which is which upon the U WOMEN DOCTORS NOT NEW In the Eighteenth Century There Waa a Lady Student at Hospital In Florence. Women as doctors Is not, a Paris contemporary observes, a product of odern "feminisme." It seems that la ,the eighteenth century there was a. lady student at Florence. She cam from Malta under the patronage o the Knights of tho Malta. The of tho Majeur hospital (waa somewhat embarrassed with his pew pupil, but ho found a means out lot the difficulty. The chief of the Order of the Knights of Malta in introducing his lady protege to the professors of the 'Florence School of Medicine wrote: K seems to me that the matter could be arranged without any great Inconvenience If the young lady wera hoarded during tho period she was studying at your medical school with, the nuns in a neighboring convent, for Srhlch we would pay five crowns & week. In regard to her Instruction she should assist in operations at ih 'women's hospital, notably those performed by Professor Mannoni. He s should also give her some private at the convent, for It appears to me that she should not be present In idasses with young men." The council of the hospital, being well disposed to the freights, adopted fthe suggestion. More than a century elapsed before another lady was enrolled In the schools of Florence. She was a Russian and was admitted to the schools of Santa Maria Nuova. lea-ton- Shoe manufacturers will tell you that then! is n ".shortage of leather." "Wliii t they may not tell you is that the heather Trust created this "shortage" by deliberately shutting down its tanneries and throwing thousands of iUi employes out of work in midwinter, with the sole object of boosting tho price of leather! Now, the higher price would be hard enough on the shoe buyer even if the quality of the shoes justified it. As a shoe wearer you know that the average shoe is not worth its price or anywhere near it. The clerk, the merchaut, the farmer, the mechanic finds his soles giving away long before their time the uppers cracking and pulling away from the soles the leather losing its finish, its softness, its elasticity. is the influence of the Leather The crying evil in the shoe situation y Trust on the quality and cost of leather. to-da- Throo of tho UUw foavo injwupa-Hi- r Tlwy or inwt for GoorHont. V. V. KUilr, for 12 yoan r.ipro l'tiWi'd, of Mulno; Colquitt, of Tox- tntlvo from Fuyottu county, in a cn U4; uul Oaburu, of MIohlimH. dUlntu for Itnllroad Couuuliuikmr u. Ttio Kulton I.eJer luu nlrwulr woa thu SoeoiM DUtrlot. tho tail iHiuatjt for Kultnn. nnd olo- Hit thou w ml dl! of iutx)rrHki m Uio Uuii4nll hixt ovory Uy wWi "Kiillmi Is ruK t In Kentucky In ouo year. Ikii'I thu tho 8Ut.un.-ii- t win the 1911 KlUy kRU pennant" rveonl uffhtloiitly nurtlln: to lit lli work of prottnut.. "Mntlajii." ttOlaliitel nH IrrUabl how tilim nllowMi to tirxur. "lot r. "I wUU you lllakiiutH? luun In tho tureot Uiby mihwIMm; to vrouM k1v thnt In Initio ltik, Ark., L)Mrt) wm ry ijuM him." "I would HV to m prolOHK.-difbato lit tho IIoum. uiuoli," repomll th yuHHK th SoHttt.t IdlU npproprlAtfait; "but my l.t ImUomm doM tho for llu oalttruilitiueht n( rtvtlom t. back." tko Coitfelrn(o rtHinlon In t. May IIkmo ophim-John T. Wnlksr awl Dr. W. A loom! ' NbHMhk. of Uitfcm Ctly, Wnw ImmirM Ot bHU nmtiid.d mM fair. HMit tttat Utlto Itoek nhould . tho Uiimj lot Jo4hU. Ui Vln4iir. Ttltl Ull WM by tho ertftto (hrouMfc Mr Walker. HHmln In provldn tho apprprktiuii-tiomI will twain at mm- - l)hH: pteft l UM-IUm k roterliMt in jwiytuj: Uh Inn fli wt for a now 1umIim ihhm of Indigent (Vnf.-rnl.H- t tho entire two loot new.-Inimvkt lloprntMtntntvlo Tklwoll bun luu dueod a bill innkln It a ml)wn.i bofctn. or for a woman to wear Wrt In Florida. mtu. d !. 1C-1- roUr UM Ifl-ttO- d Facts that the Leather Trust Will Never Tell You These are facts that the average shoe manufacturer docs not dare to tell you. It's only when an independent newspaper publishes this inside information in the interests of its readers that you learn the real truth and the whole truth. The American shoe industry is in the grip of the Lcnther Trust, There is only one shoe manufacturing concern in the United States that can put what they know to be honest leather into their shoes. the most durable sole leather over made weather proof, heat proof, all but wear proof. This leather has been imitated largely since it proved so .successful but it cannot le duplicated because it is the exclusive property of Endicott, Johnson & Co. Endicott, Johnson & Co.'s tannages of calf skin anil chrome-tannemipcr leather are as far ahead of commercial leathers as their "Forest Oak" and "Kromelk" are ahead of commercial soles. d $15.00 It is Appreciated the "Poile." A pathetlo incident occurred in the alfs' school In Pittsburg. One of the (teachers brought a beautiful red rose ito school, which, holding up before the scholars, she asked, "Now, how many of you know what Nearly every little one ithis 1st" jihook his head, to Indicate ignorance. One small boy and a couple of little girls piped out, with great import-lanc"It's a posie, please, ma'am." put no one had ever heard of a rose. Most of the children had never seen ono before. The teacher put it In a glass of water to preserve It, and rwhen school was dismissed each child Srns rendered supremely blissful by the gift of a tiny petal. As they filed lout of the door, each little waif clutohed his treasure tightly in his small hand, while he murmured softly to himself the name, "Pltty wose. pit ty woso." chll-Idre- n, e, & Co. Their tanneries and factories arc located at Endicott, N. Y. Extortionate Profits Saved Hack in 1893 II. H. Endicott and Geo. F. Endicott, Johnson & Co. find it erfeetly Johnson formed a partnership and started to feasible to produce a dependable, manufacture shoes. shoe and sell it at the price that the averThen the leather began to show bad qualities. The Leather Trust began to starve age man wants to pay for his shoos. Buying their hides in the ojk'ij markets of the leather in tanning and finishing instead the world, and operating their own tanneries of using the slower and more expensive processes that give to leather its wearing qualities. they cut three profits out of the cost of making the shoes the profits of the Hide Trust, the Cheap Processes in Trust Tanneries Leather Trust ami the Leat her Jobber. Then they the Shoe Joblscr's "Processes" and short cuts crept in all profit selling cut out your home shoe dealer direct to along the line. Hemlock used in place of good oak tan bark. Chemical tannages that load and 30,000 other retailers in this country. Thanks to this retailer" policy up tho weight of the leather all sole leather Endicott, Johnson "hide to can & Co. save you 50 by weight. is sold cents to 91.00 on every pair of shoes you buy. These conditions have existed for years This policy- - and its service to the shoe in Trust tanneries the situation is getting wenrcr has made them the largest shoe worse instead of belter. Only recently, Dr. Wiley, the Government chemist, declared manufacturers in the world. Endicott, Johnson & Co. the most there should be a law like the Pure Food expert stair of shoe designers hnve the trade. in Law to prevent tanners from using adulterAnd style in an Kndicott-.Iohn.so- n shoe means ants in their "processes." something the real leather is back of the used in large style. Various cheap adulterants are yet firm and The shoe is pliable quantities by the Leather Trust to "weight" solid. It holds its shape, its fit, its finish. nnd "plump," the leather it looks "full" You can buy Endicott-Johnsoshoes for but is really "brashy" and rapidly breaks up men, women and children shoes for business under wear. wear, work shoes, dress shoes, school shoes Endicott, Johnson & Co. refused to put for Iwys und girls. that kind of leather into their shoes. They can do this because they own and operate their tanneries independent of the Leather Trust. The name of that concern is Endicott, Johnson mt loug-ueur-in- g Vll fr'!'fiVUm v I Guaranteed for ten years. This machine will do the same work that a $65 machine will do. See this machine at our store. St. Louis Furnishing Co. lNCOIU'OItATED n The Everything You Want ENDWELL Silent Wireless Now. I Mem along the water front have had a chance to see an unusual form of rwlreless apparatus. This outfit, with three seta of antennae instead of the ; iusual two, is aooara mo umtea states jcable boat Joseph Henry. The Henry has on board Immense noils of steel covered cable to be laid between the various harbor forts. The (wireless of the Henry Is of a variety rsoently adopted, In which three seta tot antennae are used, the third set be- ln nlaced about midway on the main jmast. This form of wlroless is so arranged that the usual noisy crackling sound Is absent, and the only sounds to te heard while the apparatus is work. jlng are those that oome from the con. idensor, and receiver, so that the ma. chine Is pracucauy noueiois. uosion jOtobe. Breaking Grip of Leather Trust So Endicott nnd Johnson built their own Today they tan every pound tanneries. of leather they put into their shoes. They tan every batch of hides for a definite kind of shoe, and perfect it in the tanning and finishing for the service it is to give an obvious advantage in the working qualities of the leather and the durability of the shoes. Their "Forest Oak" is honest straight oak tanned sole leather. Their "Kromclk" is the first and oidy chrome-tanne- d sole leather to be perfected nnd put to practical and satisfactory service. is the Independent Shoe money back. For tetter, ringworm, eczema, run ning sores and all skin diseases Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salvo is guaranteed to give satisfaction or you get your 2Co SULLIVAN BROS., Hickman. a ENDWELL dress and business shoe that sells at $3.00, $3.50 and $1.00. Endicott, Johnson & Co.innke lines that sell for more money and still other lb'es ut a lower price. You can have your choice of Shoe or Oxford Lace and Button all the fashionable lasLs any width .of tot. ull the colors of leather. And the way those shoes wear will be a revelation to you. You will find it Remember the name. stumped on the shoe The most popular shoe for general service their ENDWELL (Goodyear Welt)- -a Grocery Snow Flake Flour. Beat Meats in the city, fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. FreshVegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74 1 everywhere. 8 -- ! L. P. Bollab, industrial and emigration agent for tho N. C. railroad, wns pM tthrn KtntucXt Lilt th "Deu" hero Monday looking after Uio a Pt. R A SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Guy Torronco and Wllllo Stovoim. part of making Hickman n bigtwo bojB nged 12 nud 14 roapoctlvely ger town. Ho very favorably and thinks very seriously of (ulirlpllon Rtei, $1.00 per year of thU city, woro taken Into custody locating hero hlmsolf. Thursday by Deputy Sheriff Ed on u ohurKo of BettliiK flro to Ikd Itooui Suits. Wo liuvo u nice on of Mur-IoCapitol Building O.K. mi out homeWoBtUio propirrty la ullej?.n lino if Itel Itooui Suits thut are up Iloat In Fulton. It to duto wo uro making an extra 1om el that tho boy woro neon to net prlco on. Hickman Furnlturo Co. the building on flro If. , HICKMAN COURIER (n. . I'wuid a, i Ur ,t j.e ,v Hi rod Kaiuuik)'g Hi by a WIVll new ttiu ion JMt tone beuu Asked by and (ho itutu it oi nd outplayis since ilio bin i. U ul AlhuyT 'Ihatli did ki much daiungo at viban) itiu Keutueky capltol Is re- a dec in proof but men In Franks.iiboU Its couttnutlon to i: w ulu iimi and (but If a II ru Ht I a U Mould spread quickly i. i "ik Mrs all hollow Ulu and it J Dial under (ho IntlueUie i il f hf'i Mould Kite May and (ht diup. It U alto claimed thut i o nearest flro hydrants ant bo far iv ay from tbo bulldlogi, nono being vHatcd on tho ground, (hat It Mould ak loo Ions for the water lo bu mitl on a blaiu In tbo mlddlo of tho , i .r UK-H- e uildluc Hut ihe .. hat ever) precaution la bei ig taken ttuan) agalnat fire starting or spread ut alter It baa started. There la hoj jh every floor, with a fire nonlu ton ii led so that water from Uio pump uto could bo turned on a Mam at ny moment. A night watchman patrol tho balli n the capltol Jill night, and Ui buttd For nc la never Ml unprotected. hcte reatoua II la tho general opinion iero that there It little danger of the Kentucky capltol over being badly Jauiagrd by (Ire, even though It tbould ttart la tho middle of Ihe nlcht. In tha Pen. Morn douuvd by as- Haywood Kher bankor ot tblt ttu 'iylainl, convlotcd of omboiiling th uiJji of Uio IUebood DinxMlt Uuik. Con viol olothe ttalo officials aro convinced John Henry Morgan, a bad negro Half Century Ago. who has been much wanted at Paris, Mrs, Kate Webb-Smi- th Tenn., for Uie past five years, was caught at Fulton Friday. Ho shot Fifty years ago today, April 27, will be glad to see and wounded a deputy sheriff, a Mr. Stunnon, at that place, and the man Hickman mado her first response to customers at has never been able to work since tho call to arms In Uio great strugglo John Henry will inako a nice picture between tho North and Uio South. SMITH & AMBERG'S On April 27th, Co. E., 1st Kentucky hanging from an oak limb. -- MAKKIIOKInfantry, better known as the Alex Baron Hose, of Uio Dukedom neigh- ander Guards, began their march from Shfrl Waists, Lingerie borhood, died Saturday. He Mas 20 Fulton county for Virginia. The comTho trial of tho lads Man hold FriCupC F. M. Hyaik, m1io has been on pany waa organized by Capt. Ed Cross-lan- d years old. Baby Layettes and day morning before County Judgo the sick lifet for tho post Meek with and Lieut. C. L. Handle, the Bottom lands, unprotected by leveea movement having Naylor In this olty and thoy Mro aen malarial fever, la reported Improving. Bridal Trousseaus started at Moscow, have been overflowed for ten days which town as tonced to tho reform ecbool for from that time was Uif A HI'KOIAI.TY Mls Kstollo Ileneau spent Satur'-daor more but Uie Mater Is noM- - reced- leading city ouo to five years of this socUon. Of the ing and In a short time the farmers 88 men and Sunday In fnlon City Mith They Mill bo carried to Lexington enlisted on Uiat occasion, In such districts will bo getting busy. only tonight on No lot by Sheriff John- friends three survive. They aro C. son and Officer Ht John Fulton A. Holoombo and J. P. Cuslck, of Head Mliat tho Old Cabinet Maker Ernest Davta and Miss Dola Jack MIks Dora SmIUi went to Fulton, leader Hickman, and Judgo A. J. Lawson, says In this ismio son, woro married Friday Tuesday. of Obion county. Ten. Tho ravages of war and Ume together have almost depleted the once gallant body 85 of our best men. A few more years, at best, and all will have been mustered out of tho ranks of Uio living. Think of Uio change since that memorable day fifty years ago; our fields ran red with blood but out of the ashes of war and desolation a new and grander republic has, sprung, the flower of which Is tho Southland, represents the very highest quality it is possible to put up in canned or package goods. Uie home of the bravest and grandest men dod over created. In preparing green vegetables for Robin Brand packing, only the most tender and choic-ce- st rail-road's Dry-dulo y Starting flirt Young. Robin Brand of vegetables are used. And when Robin Brand green beans, green peas, green corn or asparagus tips are served to you, you will find it impossible to tell them from fresh vegetables just from your garden. In packing Robin Brand Fruits only perfect fruit and the choicest that can be had are used. And you'll find the same delicious flavor in all Robin Brand Fruits as if just gathered from the tree. no habit producing drugs, and always gives satisfaction. Look for Uie bell on tho Bottle. 8 Dr. Bell's Tho Ingredients are on the carton. y contains legotabtac. den. H. A. Tyler, that princely nnd progressive citizen who never tires of helping all worthy enterprises, and who has done more tor Hickman than any living man, has now generously m brought to the poanHitry to volunteered to make Hickman a preskx"t a acntonce of Ove yont. Ho ent of a beautiful and substantial ltd ontotvd a pica uf guilty and mtui $3,500 school building, to be located xwiguwl to hu fate. IlylaAd U a in West Hickman, wing man and tu favorably known Tomatoes .. 15c The structure Is to be a Gooseberries 15c ii llouno ouuuty prior to tho um that brick, and built from a design furm got Into trouble over th tnliuta of Lemon Cling Peaches Green String Beans 35c 20c nished by the state's educational deJm bank' fund I to moa tnuted Uw White Heath Peaches. partment nud recommended by them. mumi aa any other new am lot and Green Corn 15c, two for 25c It will contain four class rooms, two coa tu turned over to Uie Apricots 35c halls and four cloak rooms. It will tractor, 'Mho turdgned htm to work. Extra Sifted Peas 20c Pears. White Cherries Thcrw was hohio bitch ocr tho have a colling, dimensions of the uxponM of tho wbenft over all 64x54 and presents a most Asparagus Tips Marischino Cherries 35c 25c 1jo to OUtfomla to bring HyUnd pleasing appearance from without. Ui him, oack, a Ue took a guard Tho building will be built by Win. i&d the governor baa mode It a rule Stoker, a well known local contractto allow a guard to aoouuijioay the or, who furnished the lowest and best Ahvtitt oiily In apodal lratanoeA. In bid. It Is to be erected on Uio thlri oneo It wrne abown that the ahorllT pounds Rice Spaghetti grounds now occupied by tbo West had bought kWart exourakra tickets Hickman primary school, near thu Macaroni 1 pound Powered Sugar 10c and bad wAVcd more thin enough to 10c corporation bridge. As soon as tho pay too railroad faro of Uk guard. Hominy Salad Dressing 10c 10c present ter of school expires (May 2G), and Uio old building can be mov Recommends Tire Etcapea. Salmon Extracts Vanilla and Lemon 10c The Franklin county grand jury, ta ed work will begin on Uie brick Lobsters Prepared Mustard nnkins u DnnJ report, rvoonnwudcd building. Tho frame building will 20c 15c chat Are iwcapoe bo put oa the MoCluro probably be purchnsid by Uie BapMince Meat 10c bulkUnc, JYanWart'a only ak)Hcrnpor tists iu West Hickman and used by and on othor bulldingt which may notx) them for church purposes. dlaaHtroua nucb MAp.. The reeont Tho Courier feels that our comflro in Now York augKmted tbu Aotlon. mand of words is not adequate to ex Tha jury reported that all tho Htato press the appreciation of our readers ota oounty inautuuon are in goou and ourselves In tho receiving of uocdltkn. such a magnlf.cent gift, though we know, too, Hint den. Tyler enjoys Mutt Stand the Cxpenie. tho giving ns mi cb as wo do the gift Tho bill of C. II. Wllkornun, dpiitjr We can only l.ope that ho will bo county, for hla Aorlff of r'aj-ottspared many, many years, and that amouniloK to 17I.'J0, incurred duriug a trip to Now York after thu he may live to see tho fruits of his man who Mut Uioubt to bo King Mo good deeds. Tho deneral seems to r Xamara, mw turned down by tbo adhere to Bob Taylor's creed of "a Exclusive Distributor of Robin Brand Goods. undvr a ruling of tbo aUoruuy religion of sunshine and the gospel inenxl. Tho prlKor turned out not of love," because he has spent a McN'amaru, and tho attonicy to bo dozen small fortunes Iu the better funeral livid Uuvt no exjKim could ment of mankind his neighbor his bo allowed unkvi tho priMMier for The now railroad has beeu finishfriend. Tha following announcement wns 'Vhom tho rvuUltlon was fcannd won Smallest Man Dead, A tablet, suitably Inscribed, should brouglil back. Now tho Bhorifl'u olllco New Hickman Merchant. printed by tho Fulton Ieader Tues- ed within 54 miles of town, or up be placed In the wall of the new . ' day, nnd wo aro informed that thoro to what Is known as Cockcl Ilurr to secure a roUirn of tho 8 building In honor ot him whose heart paid at a fco for Itoulng ttio retjulnlIs not n word of truth In tho report: l'ond. Work has been delayed some Willie Williams, ago 18 years, died Is pure gold den. II. A. Tyler. tliMi, awl It U proUablo that this iuoB' MIhh Clara Savldgo, of Florence, Ala., this week on account of having run of pneumonia Saturday, nt the home jr 11I bo returned. and S. C. Stanfleld, of Oklahoma, the out of steol. They have 22 cars of rails on tho road, however, which of Caleb Kelly, In West Hickman w wldlng to tnko plnco Friday. The Standard garden seed of every deliuriul took place Sunday. Ho was a Life Sentence For Steallpg a Turkey. ninny friends of Miss Savldgo will should reach thorn tomorrow. scription at Betterswortb & Prather's boh of Henry Williams KnH'i,tiary To bo confined iu Uio regret tho matter has been given pubIt seems to bo a difficult matter (o Docensed enjoyed the reputation of Ih Unj tor lifo for Htoallne ono tur licity without any grounds whatever. locate tho headquarters of tho Ken- being tho smallest man In Kontucky. niuoti In tlio opinion of (lov Willwou, tucky Club. ind ho grants a condlUonol iardou to and was conspicuous 011 account of A. T. Hayden wns found dead In Caswell McOatton, ttuittonced to prlxon his dlmiitivo stature. AlUiough fully bed Monday morning at Mrs. Peters Jur llfo from Soott coiintj' 'The jvar . S. L. Cavender, of Fulton, ago 27, grown, ho wns not over wnlst high boarding house near tho depot, In died Monday. Jon Is not effective unUI MoOation to tho avcrugo man, or about 45 Inch Clinton, and bin denth Is attributed iaa Morved Uirt-- ntontlM In thd Knl os, and hut limbs were exceedingly to heart disease He was about CS o ("Hilary and tlic llfo oontouco H to bo Stationery and blank books at short In proportion to tho size of his years old and wns a nuUvo of draws ifTootlvo If tho iHi;ro vloUty Uio law & Kronen's. body. Ho was born and reared near county. Ho had been In Clinton sliuo gmnUng the nliu T1m KovoriHir In this city and was a familiar figure jwxlaa oxprvHoM hla disapproval of n last summer and wns employed by on our streets. Tho llttlo fellow todAi!HSSgB !uw mUIoIi wmhLs a man to fur JUDGE WISE Mr. Ayera at tho tobacco warehouso. kbvbV dling along beside somo of the tall, llfo for Uio thoft of poultry, but ho do uslnen Philosopher stalwart farmer boys that como to fouda Kentucky olIlckiLt by hIkjwIiik Mrs. Mnry Fonnebakor died Fri Hickman mndo u painful contrast. hut Uio law Mas folloMViK Vft4V day night at tho homo of her son, "Tjrt'J yw.-v,;w--. Tvut :. PLAY BALL deorgo U. Pennebaker, south of INVALID RESCUED FROM FIRE. ap'ftlA of Infirmities of extreme old There will bo pleaching services at The season Is open for the big play-ei- s age, as ho wns In her 93rd ywir Mayfleld. Tho twoitory residence and llttlo fellows, .alike. Now Is tho Christian Church next Sunday nt of Mrs. M. J, Wedding, occupied as s when healthy youngsters strain evTho nlKivo Is a very exact plcturo 11 a. in. Subject "Tho Law of InMItb. Cowles, wife of Judge W F rusldcnco of A. I Willis and J. W or our old friend, David 1'. U'lbovltr., crease." At 7:45 p. in., subject "The ery part of their clothes each seam Uenedlut, was destroyed by flro. The a former Lowlsport boy and merchant Cowles, of Columbus, died Monday Sunday aiul button must respond to QUICK, Nature of Itepentnnce." housohold goods Mora nearly nil lout Hu Is now loaned al Hickman, Ky., owning of pneumonia, following a IIAIID action. School nt 9:45 11. 111. or badly damaged, with little livsu In tho morrcnntllo business, mid wo long purlod of ill health. Mrs. Henedlct, who la an In Boys' Clothes DO nuioa Tho Hon. W. M. Smith, who Is la doing well. Hanvalid, waa barely rescued beforo bolng understand bo Heo those Cold Dond $2 Hata at best known In West Kentucky ns UKSPOND that's wiiy It is called cock county novor turned out a more burned . guarantee with each plain mil Smith, has announced that "tho cloUiIng that's b'ullt." popular or worthy young man than Sullivan Uros. A one. r ho Is a candidate for Lieutenant lilkton. Mm. Lula Denny, 27, wlft Davo Dcibovltz and his rare store of Como In nnd let us show you Just of Kentucky, subject to the why your boy should wear "PER would of a farmer living near this place, fel common senso and affability Mrs. John M. Gardner, of Martin, Democratic primary of July 1st. from a wugon, Her neck was brokeu bring him success anywhoro. Han- Is In Hlckuinii, visiting her parents, FECTION" clothes. cock Clarion, Hawoavlllo, Ky. Uov. and Mrs. C. W. Wilson. Tho drivers of Ice wagons will bo The prices are an Invitation them"Many a man would bo up against It pays to pay cash for your coal. It If ho had to furnish proofs ot hla supplied with coupon books on thu selves. They range from $1.50 to Sou Sullivan Uros. They can and accomplishments," says the Judge, first of April. Please arrange to pur- $8.50. A. A. Farls. Tho Hickman Furnlturo Co. has tho will nave you money on your spring tho Hickman Drug Co. cau prove chase ns tho system will he either "but Voal and spring Lamb at Mathuny largest lino of undertakers goods In suit. up every deal when It conies to Pro- cash or coupons. Hickman Ice & llroa. store., also all kinds ot fresh Wcstorn Kontucky nt very reasonablo Coal Co. scriptions and Drugu." Lyric Tueatr Saturday ftbibt Vnothr Banker Every can and every package of Robin Brand goods is fully guaranteed in every respect, and if you are not satisfied after using, your money will be cheerfully refunded. Tyler Gives Building. Robin Brand Vegetables Robin Brand Fruits one-stor- y prn 35c . 35c 35c 12-fo- Robin Brand; Package Goods .10c 25c ..... .... .. .... 3 25c Remember, that Robin Brand goods are the very highest quality, and your money back if not satisfied. gov-urno- ELLISON BIROS. trj-lU- - !) Fo-th- prl-Hi- . Jpr VvA. Wkfrtf 'm "PEIU-'KCTION- " dov-erno- ;u . price. Smith & Amberg Wo aro authorized ALkikitliAL'-iiUtltilU.ltAtUtlikiLil to announce PEACE ARMISTICE MAY BE EXTENDED ft' NEITHER SIDE EAGER TO RENEW WARFARE, ACTING CAUTIOUSLY TO AVOID OFFENSE. rB IF YOU WANT GOOD BREAD AND CAKE... you must use good flour. All the baking skill In the world cannot get good results from poor materials, whllo even ordinary ability can succeed finely with the better aids. A sack of EXCELLENCE or WHITE SWAN FLOUR will Improve your bak Ing no matter how good It Is now. You'll have to believe It after a trial. MEXICAN It STUDY TERMS Flvs-Da- It Prohibit That Should the True Find the Mexloan tion Still Open, Further Consideration Will be Taken. y C. B. Travis Ques- CiintiiniifTT'l'ITlfl'fHfWl'WlJW El Paso. Tex., April 25. It was The City Cemetery. Commissioner's Sale, learned that If there should be nued of a longer period than tlva days la which to conclude peaoe, the armistice J. I Cuaick, our venerable city signed between Qen. Navarro of tnu Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. federal forces and Qen Madero will hoxton and u goodly mau, litis lookW. C. Johimon. l'hilulUf, against be extended from next Friday, when ed after Hickman's cemetery now for 1'. O. Vuggoi.T A. Be, Defendant. the five days agreed an expires at 22 years, lu that Hum hu una burled Emilty. noon. and added to the "silent city's" popmonth. My virtue of n Judgment and Order Negotiations for peace bad extended ulation 11C2 people. This UiukeH an of sale of Fulton Circuit Court, render WlUon Is admitted to have made a Just far enough to put each side In aerago r of u littlo than ono ed at the May term thereof, 1908, remarkable record with the legUU' possession of the outlines of the othture When It ansembled In January In tho nbovo cause, for tho sum of er's demand. Qen. Madero has known for each week for all thoM yuurra. an attempt made by the bones to 11 Six Hundred Dollars with and sacredly guarded for two weeks This remind us that althouKh Interest at repudiate the result of the senaUrUl Information as to what the govern- required the Eunice of oik man (u the rate of six per cent per annum, primary and elect James Smith. Jr. ment will grant. He telegraphed take caru of tho cemetery almost a from the 1st duy of Aprii.1908, until the Newark banker, United States sen Mexico City the nature of his own quarter of a century ago, Mr. Cuslck paid, and coats herein, I shall pro- ater. Instead of James K Martlne, tho basic demands. Following this, a long telegram was received from the Mex- has tho whole. load to carry, notwith- ceed to offer for sale at tho Court popular choice. WlUon slumped the state and muted the Smith forces, ican capital, but no indication of Its standing the fact there is twlcu as House door in Hickman, Ky, to the electing Martlne much work to do now as then, and highest bidder at PUUL1C AUCTION contents leaked ouL too much even for a strong, jouugor on tho 1st day of May, lull, at ton Mssssgts Move Slowly. The negotiations were at this stage man. Would It not bo fair to Mr. o'clock a. in, or thereabout (being WIVES CLING TO BIGAMIST when they were resumed. Experience Cuslck, who has bo faithfully and Circuit Court day) upon a credit of demonstrates that negotiations by tel- continuously performed this service, six months, tho following described Man Fleta With One Woman While No. 2 Keeps Him Foiled as to t: egraph with most of the lines In Mex- to employ for him nu assistant? With property, Movements of Police. ico out of commission are too slow the weight of years, a mail's vurk All that part of tho NW Quarter of and tedious, especially where hundreds should grow lighter, but unfortumrto-- Section 24, T 2, II 4 West, that lies Los Angt-les- , Cal., April 25. Leroy of words of code must b used, the ly his Is ever on tho increase. No oust of Goose Pond and containing SO Johnson, accused of bigamy, has rot least mistake In translating which one mau can possibly do all tho work acres more or less and being tho laud only succeeded In making two vtoniou causes many hours delay. necessary to keopiug these grounds coin eyed to P. O. Waggoner by Lon love him. snd marry him, Uit he has For this reason both parties wish to appoint envoys with full power to In proper shape during tho summer Iloborsou by deed recorded In Deed gained such a bold on tholr affections Kook 23, page 5C4, In the office of that even though It Is allxgHd they acL The naming of the envoys, tne months. selection of a meeting place and travJ. T. Dillon suggests that wo form the Clerk of tho Fulton County know be Is a bigamist they still cling to blin eling to it, It Is thought, will require a Cemetery At&ocinioii, and let each Court, Fulton County, Ky. While ho. accompanied by one of more than the four days remaining of member contribute $1 a year for the Or sufficient thereof to produce the the truce and hence the determination purpose of keeping an extra man froi sums of money so ordered to bo his wls, Is fleeing from tbe officers of this city, tbe other wife stays here, to extend Its duration If necessary. May 1st to October 1st. He made. For tho purchase price, the and, so say the polios, aids her hui A member of the mission today de- about scribed the negotiations as being In a sau further that ho would bo glad purchaser, with approved twcurlty or band's flight by sending blm by televery delicate stage, where an undiplo- to furnish free, If the association can securities, must execute Bond, bear- graph nod letters bullotlns of the dobe organized, tho Lyric, lights, etc., ing legal Interest from the day of ings of the authorities. It Is through matic slip might spoil everything. "However," he added, "we have to the organization for any public en sale until paid and having the force ber efforts, they declare, that he has rone so far now, I am certain that no tertainments they might care to have and effect of a Judgment. Didders managed to evade arrest so long. ills first wife was a Mlai Juantta matter what hitches may occur, a for raising money to help this worthy will bo prepared to comply promptly Johnson of San Francisco, and his basis of peace will be reachod." cause. Ilia is a good suggestion and with these terms. second, of this city, was a Miss Vivian Americana Are Quitting. J. It. MILNER, Dodge. Both women are good lookNearly all of the Americans with a liberal offer. Wo should take some Master Commissioner. ing, Johnson was last heard of In Madero, feeling that the fignting Is action. Sooner or later wo must all Denver, and the former Mlis Dodge over, are preparing to quit the paths be laid In our final resting place, and was with him. of war for the walks of peace. Many wo would shun tho thought that that Dr. Bell's AntisepticSalve Mexicans of the same opinion have place would be a neglected, desolate Good for nil Skin Diseases. already made tentative applications spot. Let's lend our aid to Mr. CuFREE LIST BILL TAKEN UP for work In this country. Scores of slck In planting xuoro flowers and In of the rebels up to this time had never otherwise beautifying tho cemetery. Fanners are planting cotton and Undsrwood Directs Course of Measure been out of their native mountains. and Expsets It to Pais WithIts a duty wo owe our loved ones. corn. They gaze with awa at the tall buildout Amendments. ings of El Paso, an- - are ambitious to Special prices on Davenports at obtain work on this sitle of the border. Washington, April 15. The DemoCanadian reciproc- Hickman Furnlturo Co. There is plenty of it for them in the ityPresident Tuft's cratic farmers' free list bill, framed agreement, supported by all but railroad construction camps. W. A. Dodds bought six lota in O. with tbe Idea of benefiting persons In The Associated Press dispatch from a handful of democrats, and opposed It. every section of the country, was Bond's Addition tills week. Paris, stating that Oen. Bernardo by a majority of tho republicans, taken up In the house. Oscar UnderReyes, Idol of the Mexican army, is to passed the House of Roprescntativos For lioya clothing seo Sullivan Bros wood, ways and means chairman, wilt return to his own country to assist In by a vote of 2C5 to 89. direct the course of the bill In the Nice-- patterns; prices $1.75 to $4. restoring tranquility, was read In the floor debate, and expects It to pass Rev. G. W. Wilson Is In Obion for lnsurrecto camp and among the fedPresident of tho C, M. & without amendments. at Juarex with the greatest la- two days this week attending District Q., was hero Monday on business, erals No ose will hazard a guess as to te rest. Conference. and reported tho road would be fin- how long the measure will be under consideration before a vote Is taken. ished into Hickman In two weeks. Woman Evangelist Gets a Dlverce. Much will depend upon the time reBloomlngton, 111., April 25. A senTho daughter of Ben quired by the opponents of the muas- sation was created fn central Illinois Rule, living in tho eastern part of ure. Standpatters like Cannon, Dal-seby the announcement that Mrs. and Forduey. are preparing to tho county, has been missing since Charles Kyner had been granted a -make a terrific oiiHlaughl against the Sunday nnd It Is feared that she has vorce in Chicago on grounds of ungone to Join Hardin Nowsome, a proposition of extending the free list faithfulness. They consider Its surtem In tho joiing man, who stands Indicted in home, whether It passes the senate Mrs. Kynor Is a well known singing the Graves circuit court on the chart and Is signed by the president or uot, evangelist, and her husband has been principal of various mcIiooIs In central of having carnal knowledge with the would be an entering wedge and would Illinois. body of n femnlo under 1G years of be the death knoll of blgh protection. age. The girl, v. ho Is mlnaing, has Church Falls as Teacher. Eater Challenges World. a child two months old and Ncusoino Cambridge, Mass., April 25. Former Is charged with being tho father of Rockland, Mans, April 26 With a President Eliot of Harvard says the It. Newsomo Is a married man, tils record of eating 00 boiled eggs and 100 churches and the medical profession wlfo being a sister of Iho inlsHlng oysters at ono Bitting, and 13 lobsters have been failures In assisting society By Lydia E. at another, Thqinas F Curly has girl - Mayfleld Messenger. toward cleanllueis and virtue and that a challenge to eat agalust any Vegetable Compound the hope for the future lies In the man in tho world. school teachers. Ualtlmore, Mil " I send you here with tho picture of my fifteen year old Ab wo havo beou In the photograph (MUffluer Alice, wno ' We have the goods and the prices was restoruu to bunineHu In illckuian almost SO yeura, aro lower than ever before. health by Lydia E. we aro going to show our appreciaI'lnkliiuu's Vegetable Compound. Shu VERNICOL reproduces tile colors and tion and ut tho samo Umo celebrate Rexall "93" Hair Tonic makes an was pale, with dark effects of hard woods. It Is not af- our 20th aunlvarsary by giving our elegant hair dressing. COo and 31. circles under her fected by heat or cold, soap or water, patrons tho advantage of thu followHickman Drug Co. eyes, weak and irritable. Two different and when used on floors does not ing low prices for u abort time only: Wo have 400 patterns In men's doctors treated her show heel marks. It Is designed for CABINET PHOTOS, a doi..2.00 and called it Green finish on suits to select from. Prices from POST CARDS, a dor 75c Sickness, but she 3G to $14. Sullivan Ilroa. MANTILLAS, a doz .1.00 Krevv worse all tho FLOORS, hard or soft wood, old or time. Lydia Hl'lnk. Mrs, Joe Cantlllon and son, Dick, ham's Vegetable) ComKiind was Thanking one and all for past now, In or bad condition, paintand Mrs. Otis Clymer nnd children and aollcillug a continuance of and after taking three hot-tie- s ed or natural. It Is a very durable, she has regained bur health, thanks attractive and economical floor finish. aamo, wo aro respectfully. left Monday for Castor, Wyoming. to your medicine. I can recommend it Nothing wears better, PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. Mrs. I A. Usual services next Sunday morn- for all female troubles."Street, Haiti-morOver Ledford & Raudla'a. CoitKUAX, 1103 llutlaud WOODWORK new or old, of hard or ing and evening at the Methodist Md. soft wood. It makes the woodwork Church by tho pastor. Sunday School Hundreds of such letters from moth-er- a a part or What's becomo or that N., G. & tho color scheme of tho at 9:45 a. m. Ho holds services also expressing their gratitude for what every Friday evening at 7:45 lu the Lydia K. l'lMthain's Vegetable Com. room. It covers the bad painting St, h. belt lino trolley? Chapel In East Hickman. A cordial pound hasacvOiiipllHhcd for them have an renews finish that has been marr been received by the Lydia K. I'lukhatn ed or worn. It is a great ImproveInvitation Is Elven for all these ser- Medicine Company, Lynn, Mass. Every sort of Toilet Brush for the ment for kitchen wainscoting, refrig vices. mau or woman. HickYounp; Girls, Ifcctl Tills Atlvico. erators, kitchen sinks, bath rooms, tc man Drug Co. Girl3wboaro troubled with painful Hickman crossed bats with Cayco or irregular periods, backache, head-ach- FURNITURE. It helps to harmonize Friday afternoon, and although beatdragging-dowMarshal Wright la grading up and sensations, fainten by a score of 12 to 4, tho home ing spells or Indigestion, should take tho furniture and decorations, renews otherwlflo improving tho utreeta thin boys showed that by a little practice immediate action and be restored to old articles, giving them new life wook. In fact, ho has mapped out a health by Lydia E. Pinkliatn's Vegeand some backing a good team could table Compound. Thousands have been and beauty. better streota campaign for this year, bo organized. Batter, Cayco, Korlln restored to health by its use. and our citizen should glvo him tholr and Roper; Hickman, Sexton, Oliver Cowgill's Drug Store. henrty support. He la making ua a Write to Mrs. IMiiklium, Lynn mighty good officer, and Holcombo, Houston. Mass., for advice, free. to-wl- of Mayftcld, as a candidate for Btato Senate from the district composed of VISIT DRYAN tho counties of Graves, Fulton and OOVERNOR WILL Hickman, subject to the action of tho AND GET HIS AID. Democratic Primary Election, on July Forcts Indifferent Lawmakers to Pass 1st, 1911. Primary, Utilities and 0her Dills Reform Program Wins. Eaglo We guarantee Sutherland's Trenton. N. J.. April 25 Elated Eye Salvo to euro common soro This seems over Jamming through au Indifferent eyes In 24 to 3G hours. legislature a s toping program of re- strange, but It Is backed by our You run no risk and It Ore guarantee form, which almost 8 Kon, Gov. Wilson has announced his only costs 26c plank far a "getting acquainted ' swing around the wentorn circuit. Ostetisl (iMMM bly th trip, which wilt take him through the West, with uBpuclal attu ; coast cities of Don to tho Pacific ; Scuttle Portland, Sun Francisco and ; Loj Angeles, tn undertaken to ' keep : made tome time UK'-- ' engaxriut-n- t ; but the roal reaaon Is to aid the i,uv : trnor's promising bourn fur the next Democratic presidential nomination The friends of Die guiurnur frank i) ; admit the real object of the tup As ; showing that he may yet bavu the ait ; Itw support of William J. Ursn, they : say, that while en route, Iho governor : will stop at Lincoln and will be enter: tained at Fain lew by Col llryan Hie trip will occupy a good purl of next' ; : WILSON WILL TOUR WEST 8. A. NORMAN, Wo aro authorises to aanounx. W. A. FROBT, of Wlngo, a candldato for tho h 4 , Senate from the district coav v) of tho counties of Fulton, 111. . an and Grave, subject to tho aotkn vt tho Democratic Primary Kloctlou, oa July 1st, 1911. For Sixteen Years Dr. Doll's Has used by millions of poople perfect satisfaction. For Colds, Asthma In fact all throa u bronchial troubles, h y. d i r We Are : : AIMING : : At You : ; ; ; ; ; : : ; : ; if you nre in need of plumbing. We want the order whether it be to remodel your bath room or to do a little pipe repairing For we know if we get it you will be io pleased with our plumbing and our moderate way of charging that we will get all your work hereafter. : I Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. Both Phones .Ao. 7 J s AmtAAfiAfAlHAAAltttt ; TAKE NOTICE... : ; ; : : USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS : : ; ; : ; : ; : : : ; ; : : : : - - ; ; ; ' : ; are dlla lory paying their Water and Liehts Accounts, whtoh are due and payable at our office ON OR BEFORE THE 10th of each month, we Uh to announce that In the future the rule governing this branch of our business will be enforced to the letter. Our Collector will ake cellfctlom on Main street only, between the lit and 10th of each month, and will call but one time for this account. Failure to ice you Joes not exempt you from the penalty of being cut off. Parties living In the outiklrti of the city will please arrange to either tend check or money, or make arrangements wllh one of the banki to pay their accounts. in Owing to the fact that some of our customer : : : : : ' : : : : : ; Don't think that you will bo the fauored one as wo will enforce the rule regardless of exceptions. : : : : ; ; : ; . ; : Jrlickman Ice & Coal Co. Incorporated ' : : : J. T. DILLON, Manager : : 1 MY , aMMMMMMMtiMMMMMJMMi4l DAUGHTER sibibibibP ill iMVMZl IK & Itftf, I 111 .v WAS CURED fc .mw4'A tssswssss" Pinkham's Brighten Up The shrewd merchant gets two and a half times as much light today as he formerly did. Tungsten Lamps. Ve8tinghoii8e Wire Type You couldn't induce him to go back to the old lamps. Why should he? His bill is no higher than it was before. Me regards th . additional light that he now gets as n big business asset and he wouldn't be without it. Merchants who formerly used lamps for the sake of economy now find n greater economy in Westinghouse Wire Type Tungsten Umps. Me gcta it by using od u ItOSE-DAIJi'- S e, d n Hickman Ice (Incorporated) Coal Co. ar.r nvravx--. r. a--. DttLow, J . ' -- iter irtfifi I Barge of Pittsburg Coal Just Arrived ! BETTER GET YOURS NOW, NONE BETTER. SUMMER PRICES STRICTLY CASH -- m Pittsburgh, 4.60 Kentucky, 4.25 THE WILD WEST WAYE A FLOATING A.- j.- - IFV. THE COAL MAN DEBT te --- rt ? I L Shsrlff Juiinw V Carter, of Union County, fatally ttliot IJnmclf urly Friday. KevoftU Wokn ago county officials hi auditing UarOtr'H Itooka what lhr doelured was a K!i(trlnj;o f ffi.OOO lu hbi uocouiila luilhor than limtHuUi ItiipeuehiiMiiit jinx.'ewUnK tlit futility official luul tir Mtutll ld, fJVO UllltO ljlloW YOU n coufwumw 1Ui Unt aherlff und li mm tlid north Hu of tint rlvw wu hwi until April SI to provide A'mt f tint rlvr for u MNTnot Ittttnnmt irtiL Carter uii Uiw ouUi mUIo uj itwltK up Urn rivur at th name faJIl In libt effort to make up Wlimtiiwlvr Nri i'ii. C.eO. Kentucky IUvr At Jaekaou In It niM fur five mllv or ;, The olr-- . r lu inIycukx! sixty .1 of the water forum w hat la know u ib "tniilituiJIu," Mtuiidluj; on the kUtiMi between rivi'rt yim run r ., a .lotto Into tliu rUir on Uio rUi sldo and oho Into the rtvr m . n.k H- i- "Oh. that'a too had. Thrra (toon my hat, and It lun't evi'n paid for" "That's what tkey call a floating dtht, I iupikjui." IN ELECTION TIMES. l. i JrssWX T'"rt:M'sTrsri ,fn,'s'' k'&y&&fA-- lit In Kentucky nil)' Ion v CntUo tick anil ixtllttOH are ffitm bi Inji'ct tiU utlmter In Kmnt-- . In tlio imm! cHfouiM of 'ftmwt no ' Itoyntnr oim! nt uw flow back to hd of worry. a aabkifitoii hut It wna kuuc iiiiouru; For an undertaker cull lorry liar fcwvo tUr'hit to the hIIiik- rvtt wiUi Kt. IxiuU PuruMitm; Co. liiy. liitluiuUi Nos-- I riuI hi "MKwnit. Purnuili Hu l"orili i W. JwVimn Hint wlf.i, of Cllu-i- . Iim; Co. imiII 11 for llMW. oro ii. of 8. M. NiUfoh and Houm for naW) on ttiHtalmunt plan. Ttirulkeld thU wvk. tfo M. II. Hhaw. 1W mrti vv'' v-J'- 'is , ''''' ''' lih 1 Nljii'Ht'-K1'- ' l&MtfV?4mti -- fflYW$W$&& e are 8'lown5 l'ie very latest models of the Red Cross Shoe. Come in today and let us fit you. Year after year, other women get style and comfort ant cvcry l'me we l a woman in the Red CrossShoe, she ,ells U3 8,le can never ll,ank us enough for telling her about it. Get style and comfort. Get both. Oxfords $3.5Q and. $4. ' High Shoes $4. $4.50 and $5. '$&;. jYcSft !&'?$ ? iSjvT &$$: -mJ mt In priNiorlpUona o r.lro tho high-'- i pt-i- quality and charge the price. Hickman Drue Co. '' loot HI n il2 Art Square minlilng Co. oll 1 3 CO. liouls It for Iim For All Skin Diseases Dr. Ik'U'a Autlaoptlo Salvo la tho best It Is a creauiy unow whlto olutmunt pluoaanl to uno anil every hoi U RuarauteeO. l'rlco 20c. At 8 all doaliTS. two-doll- Kalrinan Those Ignorant forelcnen should not he allowed to voto. Wardman Yea, they look so much alike I can't tell which ones I'vo glvon bllU to, and which I haven't, tV" BRADLEY & PARHAM, "The Resolutions Of Red Cross Store" Respect. 00ING "STUNT ON HORSE (Announcement .. Hickman Bank and Trust Company.. The Mickninn Bank opened for business on April 1 19th, years. On Tuesday, 886, under a charter for twenty-fiv- e 18th this charter expired and the business of the Hickman Bank 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. W1I1CHEAS, It has pleased the in finite wisdom of Clod to remove from our'uddst, Sov. C. V. 8mlth, he It resolved THAT. 121m Camp No. 3, W. O. W., Ii.ih sustained a great loss In tho Uu- ovusMi of Sov. Smith. THAT, Ho was faithful to tho order, circumspect lu his life and eon-irotoward lila tellowiuan. THAT, Kim Camp extend her kindly sympathies to hkj boreuved ones, and furnish them a copy of those resolutions. Also that ouu copy be sent tho Hickman Courier for publication and that all this bo entered Into the lecords of tho camp. W. C STOCKTON, A. J. W1L13Y, J. T. DILLON, rviilryman nt "Vonkey 8n Antonio Drill." If you havo any doubt In your mind as to tho good that can come to you by living lu tho sunshine way, wo ask you to try for oue day and prove by personal experience whether or not It Is worth, your while to acattor sunshine. Begin at ouco by trying to make those about you in your homo happier. Keep a uhurp lookout for of helpfulness. Bo courteous and kind wheuover you speak or are spoken to. Bo pleas-uu- t to everyone everywhere. Be willing to sacrifice your own personal enjoyment If by doing to you can make another pereon happlor. Do all this and see when night corner If your own heart Is not full to overflowing with peace and joy unspeakably. UlUo opportunities We havo a few Hickman Souvenir Envelopes left. The sot of threo shows 15 vlows. You can got Utera at 10c a package (24 envelopes), at this offlco while Uioy last. They are just as cheap as blank ones, and are tho thing to send your friends away from Hickman. Committer. WITH THE SAGES. Who can refute a snoerT William Paloy. Chiefly tho mold of a man's fortuno is In his own hands. Francis lincon. mugwump Is a person educated be)ond his Intellect. Horaco Porter- A The Hickman Bank and Trust Co., with its Capital and Hand picked Whlpporwill Hickman Hurdware Co. Peas. 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. We 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 n change in your banking connections, we would appreciate a call. HICKMAN BANK AND TRUST CO. K.T.miH, Pros. W. C. ItlTD, It's high time that some or Hlck-iiuiu- 's mon men. Death calls yo to tho crowd of James Shirley. com- It Is not the outh that makos us tho man, but tho man the oath. Aeschylus. bo-He- Death Is not tho worst ovll, but rathor when wo wish to dte and cannot. Sophoclos. Tho morn, look you, furthers a mun on his roud, and furthers him, too, lu his work. Heslod. Count that day lost whoBo low descending sua Vlows from thy band no worthy action done. Author unknown. Soda fountains, butcher shops, fish Docks ami largo users of Ice will be dishier. JN'O. PUf, Ass't Cashier old dilapidated tdiucks wore giving vny to modem structures in keopuig with the city's progress. Suuh lovely structures as tho "Bucket of Blood," tho old dump opposite the Courier office and a few othors v variety, should of the samo have the municipal axo good aud s hard. Whatever sentiment und s tho old Kirk building ma Photographs in every style. 't inako It u thing of beauPrompt Service. ty by any moans, und Its second stoAll Work Guaranteed. ry wall bulging out several Inches over tho sidewalk und likely to take u tumble any time. Is another argu- NOT HOW CHEAP BUT HOW ment against such places. Either oue GOOD of them are regular fire traps The "Bucket of Ulood," tho old abandon- We do Copying and Enlarging, ed mill building, and others should make Medallions and Crayons. bo removed. They are n dutrlmont View and Flash Light Pictures of the town. Let's start right In this good year 1911 to clean up gonornlly. any lime or place. It may go "against Uio grain" In somo Instances, but, like tho measles, Open Evenings. Come and See we've got It to go through with. Tho sooner Uio hotter. eyo-soi- OPEN Hickman Electric Studio f log-oud- los-.Htm- diM-su- accorded the samo terms as last acaA few dollars down and a little jou, but small users and all resldouc-e- a required to pay In cash or each mouth und jou can soon own u will bo tfo homo. See M. B. Shaw. coupous. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Pollen J. Madison Hotel. Price Next to fit lit , m (1 ; The Courier's Weekly Sermon ? suajEcT 'JS-vJt-- i Ky. Lump Coal xiEXjrviarua x Rexall Remedies KING OF ALL as the name would imply, with a national reputation. Farm Loans BMSBBfBasMtaMg0tMsWBBf JESUSNOLONGERAMAN Since His Resurrection He Is "The Lord ol Glory.' Kit A Ton nPivll A Let me save you money on your coal. make loans at 5 per cent, interest on lands located in Obion and Weakley Counties, Tcnn., ami Fulton County, Ky., in sums of $1,000 or more on first I class improved farms. Loans made on fifty acres or more on five years time with privilege to borrower of paying same after one year in full or making any size partial payment de sired at intervals of 6 months after one year from date of loan, interest being stopped on partial payments, made. Begotten and Born of the Spirit, "Put to Death In Flesh, Quickened In Spirit." ties London, April 23. Hussell Pastor preached In London Tabernacle today to a crowded home. HU text was, "He was put to death in flesh, but quickened in (1 Peter spirit" ill. IS). Tho speak- STAHR STEVE PHONES DOTH Hickman Drug Co. INCO RPOKATED er said- - WOMAN A. M. TYLERl Attorney-at-Law 0NP0LICE BOARD Boston Clergyman and Woman' Organizations Ak Governor Fos to Appoint Her. Boston, April 18. There Is a con. ( certed movement by clergymen Boston to oak for the removal of Police Commissioner O'ilcara. Governor Pom will b urged to appoint Mrs. Frank TV. Page. Mrs. Pag says that she probably woald accept, to Institute certain reforms at oooe. One reform would be the wiping out of the "aoadquaxters rlag," assorts Mrs. Charlotte Smith, who Is fighting vice. The Woman's Board of Trade, the Women's Homestead association and other organizations aof women are urging the appolntzieat'of Mrs. Page. and Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. XCloluunu, 3Xy. Office with Judge B. T. Davis Chicago, April 18. Carter IL Har rison la "on the Job" as mayor of Chicago and was Inaugurated at a Farmers and others who live at a celebration of tho United Democracy Ustance from a drug store should Although no official list has been S ceep In tho house a bottle of given out. It is certain Mayor Harri SNOW LINIMENT. It may son will completely clean out the city )o needed at any time for cuts. hall and Install new officers In every rounds, sores, sprains or rheumatism. Important Job. This will be done Im t la a powerful healing and pene-raJn- g mediately. remedy. Prlco 25, COc and One thousand Democrats escorted 1.00 per bottlo. Sold by Hickman 3rug Co. 5 tbe mayor to the city hall, where he formally entered upon his fifth term as mayor. BAL-AltD'- Game Rooster Gives Alarm. A fanner near Brookdale, N. J was awakened by the frantic crowing; of a fame rooster, and on turning out a tblef making off with a bagful of prize chickens. After a hard fight the tblef was captured. A game-coc- k never falls to give an alarm by crowing loudly whenever a stranger or dog approach n the chicken yard ed HARRISON Plve-Tlm-e j)N JOB AGAIN Mayor's Son for the Fifth Time Begins to Ruts tho City of Chicago. DIES IN CITY HALL DUEL . KELLY SMITH Jlttorncy-at'Law Gambler Killed In Craps Oame Quarw rel Starts Over a Dime and Revolver Battle Pol lows. Auburn, 11-1- April 18. A. revolver duel, which followed a drunken orgy and a "craps" game in tho city hall t Auburn, resulted In the death of one man and the serious wounding of another. Tho tragedy occurred n a room adjoining the dty prison. Harry Lindsay, a miner. Is dead; Ora Bibbs, a farm hand, was shot through the right shoulder. Lea Risen, a farm hand, accused o! the slaying, was captured three miles north of Auburn. He escaped after Attburn police had fired shots at him, and for hours eladsd bloodhounds sent from Springfield. Ho admits the shooting, alleging He was taken to Springfield this morning. Lindsay's death was the direct Jesuit of a quarrol over a bet In the die game. 10-ce- Clinton, Kentucky One, tenth of Alt fees to ChrtstUnlht. Business -- Directory ASK FOR RATES- - W. J. McMURRY Attorney-at-La- oties respecting the matter which served to make the resurrection doctrino the mono absurd In the mlud of those opposed. For Instance, wo claimed that tho Logo, the Son of God, left tbe heavenly or spirit nature nnd, accord lug to the Scriptures, was tnndo flesh. nnd that He was resurrected from the dead a human or fleshly being and ascended to heaven with n body of flesh. Hon absurd! Do not tho Scriptures particularly tell us that In nta resurrection the Sou was highly exalted by the Pnther, fur above angels, principalities and poweni and every name that Do they not tell us that Is named? "flesh and Mood cannot Inherit the Kingdom of God"? Do they not toll us that the elect Church. In order to Ik? tbe Ilrlde of Messiah and HU associate In tbe heavenly Kingdom, must also be "changed," In order thnt she may be made like Him, and "because flesh nail blood cannot Inherit the King dom"? Wo have been too careless in our study of tho Divine Word. Bogotttn of tho Spirit Thn Born. Our difficulty on this subject aroso from our failure to understand that human and spirit nature are dlMlact, and that God has provided two distinctly different salvations for mankind -t- ho salvation of this Age being exclusively spiritual, while that of the next Age Mill be exclusively human. The tbe Only Begotten of the Father, "was made flesh" (John I, 14). He was not n spirit being incarcerated In a lKxly of flesh nnd wearing it as a garment, or living in it as a bouso. Ho berntne nt his birth llko others of the race, except that "no was holy, harmless, separate from sinners." while all others are sinners, Imperfect. like other men. tbe man Jesus was not a dual being a spirit being living in a human frame. Ho was merely the human. Tho Redeemer, however, became a dual being when no received the begetting of the Holy Spirit at the time of His baptism. Thenceforth, for tljre nnd n half years, until Ills crucifixion. He was n dual being. The flesh was tho same; but the spirit begetting received from tho Father constituted nim n new Ego. n new person. He not only thereafter had new hopes, based upon Divine promised, but Ho bad a new mind or now will specially illu' mlnated. quickened, enlightened by the Holy Spirit. "Above the Brightness of th Sun." 8k Paul,, tho Inst of the twelve Apos; In tho past those of u who continued to believe In the resurrection of tbc dmd. held some inconsistent t bo- to U called (to take tho place of Judas), needed, as well as tbe others, to bt nble to eUnes to the resurrecOf thts be tells us, tion of Jesus saying. "He was seen of Cephas, then of the twelve: after that. He was seen of shot i tUc hundred brethren at once. after that He wss seen of James: then of all the Apostles; nnd, Inst of all. II was seen of tne also, as of one prematurely Urn" tl Corinthians xv. .St. In the ordinary course of events Ht. Paul would not have seen tho Lord f until Ills resurrection, when he would come forth as a member of "the Church of tbe First lwrnM Ho therefore dcscrlU his view of Jesus ou his wnv fo Damascus ns being like thnt of one Iwrn lefri tbe time. In as other words. St Paul saw the He nnd not ns He ten. The proper thought respecting thn reurrect1on of our Lord nnd Ills pres ent glory, show us clearly that Ills Kingdom, when It shnll ! ctnb!lh id will. Indeed. be n heavenly King lrittml one. Innn thlsstnnd dom. n point only chii we see the fon-- of the pMtte's contrast, when be pictures to us Imiw Allan, ambitious nnd U the Kmiteror of the s. heroine t tli tif dlsolxsllenee world, look the Satan Indeed gained his desire nnd rer a Is the "Prince of Hits world" s.rrr PmfHre. In which sin nnd death postle On the other Iwild. th re'irn points iin to the fact thnt Hir Redeem er lovst tn the Heavenly Pnther hum t himself to tnke the human nn fure to tie cnicifled; nnd thnt there fore Ond his highly exalted Hlni nnd wi'l rive to Hlni the Kingdom now usurped by "Satan, tho Prince of this him-Hel- O. SPRADLIN Union City, Tcnn. HICKMAN jk t? tM ftrlTll I MARBLE WORKS WA u KSTAIII IHIIKI Ird TOM DILLON. Sr Prop. 'hucerMr to II. O )Uium,Ji-i-r- Marble and Granite Monuments T"M e fcuisS?" Ri1 CURDING, STONE WORK OK KINDS, IRON FENCING Hickman, A Kentuck ti--- Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY WltmillHM It M. 1HI.KK World " lw. Satan will lie Imund for the thou vears of Messiah's reign. The sxtrtttinl Prince of darkness will lw nnd the spiritual Prince of 1 Vht and Truth, ns the Father's lion gent. will W Inaugurated as nred King of kings nnd !.ord of lords And "He must reign until He shnll hnve pnt all enemies under Ills feet"-t- he last enemy totng denth. Adnmlc death, the denth Introduced through tho deceptive lie of "Satan, who was n murderer from the beginning and a bod not in the Truth" (John TllL 44). en ml ilied i W AI.KXAMtKK . J.J.ailONI'tlltA.NT UK-O- . IT. J. II.TIIUKI.KKM HlMIHsKli T. A. I.KIIKtlUII We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and ofier our deositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS II llt( HASAN Prrikloni II ' JA UAMnr Ant V.hlr TIIOMrtMIN. Iiuln- - SUTHERLAND'S EAGLE EYE Si LYE " Good for Nothing but tho Eye) ALL TIRED OUT In the Hundreds More In Hickman Same Plight. $ Office lu Davis Building on corner. Hickman, ICy. DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Dentist Nervous "I was very nervous," writes Mrs. MoIIie Mirse, of Carrsvllle, Ky., "had palpitation of the heart, nnd was irregular. Un the advice of Mrs. Davidson's old stand. Phono No. i Hickman, Ky. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Phone 20, day or night. Hickman, Ky. W. F. MONTGOMERY Undertaker Hearso and drivers furnished on short notice. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. Carnegie Helps Buy Organ. Georgetown, Ky., April 18. Andrew Carnegie has written that he will contribute half the $1,000 nocossary to buy a new pipe organ for the Methodist church hero If the church will raise tho remainder of tho amount. He was solicited for assistance by tho church members. C A. to Meet at Indianapolis. Indianapolis, Ind., April 18. The third biennial convention of the Young Women's Christian association In tho United States will open hero Wednes day and continue until April 24. The organization numbers 216,000 mom-Y. W. biir a. Hattie Cain I took 2 bottles of Cardui and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took. "i am 44 years old and the change has not left me, but I am lots better since taking CarduL" Tired all tho time; Weary and worn out night and day; Back aches; side aches; All on account of the kidneys. Must help them at their work. A Hickman cltlten shows ou how: C. A. Watson, of Hickman, Ky., says:" For some years I was a victim of kidney complaint. Thcro wero pains In tho small of my back, whlih wero always moro sovcro when I slop ped. of lifted. My back ached at night and when I aroso tn tho morn-tireeasily and occasionally suffered Ing, I was very lame. I became from nervous spells. Headaches both ored mo and I was subject to duty spells, during which there was a blur ring of my sight. When I caught cold, it settled on my kidneys and ut sucii times, uio passages of tho from theso organs became, too frequent. This weakness was particularly annoying during tho nigh and I was often forced to nrlso several times. Learning of Doan's Kidney Pills, I procured a box nt Helm and Ellison's Drug Storo and two days after I began using Uiuni, I received groat rollof. By tho tlmo I had taken tho contents of tho box I was cured. I never loao an oppor tunity to recommend Doau'a Kidney Pills to other kidney sufferers," For salo by all dealers. Prlco COc. Kosicr-MllburCo., Buffalo, N. Y., solo agents for tho United States. Remember tho name Doau'a and take no oilier. d t t t Sprinkling Rates FOR j-s- 1011 The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May I .i. Kt t I! tn-- t i tuiu cnuing novcmuer jlsi, jlujli, in residence section, is j t A 50 foot front and under 8c for each additional foot. 6.00 Business house rate, each door 6.00 t t t 4 Sprinkling must be done early in the morning or late in afternoon. Please remember this. This is payable in advance. If you havo not paid, please don't sprinkle. A J HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. INCOIil'OIlATKIJ j I S54 Aak for Omega Flour. None better. Uetteraworth ft Prather. x Livestock Inspector. J. II. Dal toy has been appointed Inspector in Lincoln county. LAUNDRY -- AT B. G. Hale Real Estate We have several fine tracts of I3oltom Land, below Hickman, for sale, also some West Hick-malots for half their real value Now Is the time to Invest in real estate in and around Hickman You can see prices growing, n Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Take Tho only dairy iu Fulton County. For Coughs and Colds., Pay cash and save money on your coal bills A. A. Farls. Bradley & Pailiam's livo-itoc- k Tho Woman's Tonic Cardui is advertised nnrl sold by its loving friends. The lady who advised Mrs. Mirse fo take Cardui, had herself been cured of serious female trouble, by Cardui, so she knew what Cardui would do. If Cardui cured Mrs. Cain and Mrs. Mirse, it surely will cure you too. Won't you fry it? Please do. Pratt's Poultry and Stock Ielm & food at Regular services at tho Presbyter-Ia- n church Sunday morning and evenEach ono of tbe Ilexnll Harmony "ollet Requisites is carefully com- ing. pounded from well tried recipes. Ilckman Drug Co. Ellison's. Nicholasvlllo. Throe cam loaded wjni lumber in tho yards of tho I, & N. caught flro and wore partly burned before tho lire doiwtment succeeded tn extinguishing tho (lames. PRE8S COMMITTEE TO MEET. SheibyviHo. Ed D. Shlnnick. ohair. man of tho xccuUvo oununittco of tho Kentucky Prose aoclat!on, has notified S, M. Saufley, Uio secretary, to rail a mooting of tho committee, to bo held on Friday, April 21, in Loulavlllo to arrango for tho regular annual meet ing of tho association. Quit borrowing tha Courier. Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work ...., Lowest Prices , A.., DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N For Internal and Extornal Pains. 33 3neM? GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore I SCHMIDT the TAILOR, If prices and quality will got your wo are it. Hickman Furnlturo Company, Dont Imuglno that you will bo tho ravorod ono In our syslom of cash or eouponH. Tho drivers will bo charg-e- d up with thulr trip and must either hi Ing In cash, coupons or Uio loft over lco. Hlclonau Ico & Coal Co. Call on or address me al Hickman. Business Phone No, 15 trade, Hlovos and Ranges. Bt. Iuls Fur-Dou't forget about our 4th of July oJahing Co. sells It tor less, ' celebration. buy, La' -- - EELZ3E3EH