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HE) E miktm tlint your n b erlptlou bun ezplr d llenew promptly l(y a want the pApo r to coi ie to vounfterthu mon b riimg U the Team thnPulh tne LammvcM Unaan up the Hill at Success. b Spankin' Good Team Grease the Rxles at Your Ulagan, Old Man, and Let's Hitch ESTABLISHED IN TEE TEAR lp m fires VOl.UMK V1 NO. in webtjirn kkntuoky til HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1011. whole no. aci lNCtt u Letter from jyna dv niDircTT A ?M HIPS'.? l "";"". mm irwjRn iyiM ; Iff. e Pockot knives at Fothe & French's - 3" five years, by the help of Ood and SyrU, Turkey. her cltliens 8o let us all keep goSam Salmon, Jr., la quite ill of ing until we are where we want to small pox April 6th. 1911 be and If we keep that up wo aro St. Louts Furnishing Co. solU It Speer & Sexton, certain to get there Hlckmau, Ky U. . A. The only thine you forgot to men for losa. tion, and It is of great Interest to Percy Jonea got In his new dough-mixe- r i r Friends: ! I:-- il Jtjri I me. It the news about the farmers, since Tuesday. t bu beeu several ,u jou last, not Lwium I have especially the bottom fanners. I 0 G. Schlcuker has been on the for nil hope tboy have good prospects tor (utten ou or your i'ck list this week. ou are tuy best friends wbotn 1 fine crops have no newa but . it every day,travelingbecause lI to I tell you about of any Importance Atty A M. Tyler was the guest of this country now Fulton friends since don any Sunda. tbi . last ou account o( bad Wtalh except the fanners are getting their JV bare bad lu tbla country, aud land ready to plant corn, the fruit Sullivan Uros will save jou money -Ji on our meu and boys suits ib the older Inhabitants a) baa trees are all In bloom and the people M of this town aro doing a lot of shop bappentd before lu twent-flV!."f ' Everything In lumbor and builders' Hut low the weather U net ping, getting rady for Kaster. which hardware at Reynolds Moss & Co. ur made-to-measu- re grass U puttlu they celebrate more than Americans .1 warm and us sereeii jour home aud ylu which make ibe country Celebrate Christmas, more especially tai, Their parents buy for will be pleased Fuqus. Helm & Co. k rMU and ulc. Wish about ten the children X tuj lllcktnau friend could be with I them new things out and out, shoes. Oliver Jones, of I'aducah, was the Clothes and caps, few to), lots of i cu our Krcat aitd laal trip lu Syr candy and give them some mouey. so recen guest of Miss Stella Salmon. which begins April lOlh We will you hesr all the children talking a- Next tlmo try a sack of Omego Mt on our journey to and throuiu il to our Saviour Jesus bout Kaster and what they are going Flour best made. Betteraworth & lv isnd where soou. iut traveled. Our cutopauy will to gel and wish for It to oome (Jreek I'rather. lids town la composed of wife, my vowpoicd of tuylt and The machinery for sinking the new- nber. Mabtil Autal. aud th little Orthodox aud Greek Catholics mostly place x aly, aud one man to guide who U aud their is one week difference be artesian well Iti being put in tween them The Catholic Easter Is this week 'auullar wltb every fool of the couu- 1C and the Orthodox Is on We are golug by Jacob'a well, on April For an undertaker call Harry I hope both will enjoy a Into Tybelra. where wa the S3rd iak llaula. Ilarrett with St. Louis Furnishing Co Ki ut spend about four day, then In happy Haster Incorporated, rn riease exeuse this short letter, the v,rt Nazareth, cuing all over that u r(!t' ratX next one will be four tiroes longer We sell the celebrated Wheeler luury until w gel to Jerusalem. 1 C'f: Straw-Hats- , will elose with best wishes to you Screen Best ever made. Fuqua v w will apnd a whole week O 1 you every wtk about all and to eaah and every one of helm i. Co. will writ VJL--your readers who are all dear friends HEAJi -- btr vr so and what we see. and i& Just opened up 00 pairs sample L'&e7 to me and my family. s fv. is vtat bappcLa to us, iu full I will UMrr pants at prices less than wholesale. Your friend, it you lb natne U each town, vll- A. S. DAHKETT Sullivan Uros. plantation, and what kind of Ji.T.1 i Jt; D U Wilson has purchased an api llr In them That la 1 will t i ?;: utoan E M. F 30, which he will reKite tbt dulli l full of ToDthlni; What's the Use V'&X ceive this week v com In conUct with All I aik eyes when one I you la to live me full apaco lu To suffer with sore Call and see our men and young He tube of Sutherland's Eagle Bye b dear Courier, o all of your and Salve will eure you We guarantee mens suits before buying Prices at 'ilcnd can read It word by ord I It You risk nothing. It's a orcamy, 14 to iU Sullivan Dros S know you all n)oy auch uw from snow white ointment David N MoDermttt and Miss Hal-H- e far Away frlonda who hope to bo Klon'mond, both of Clinton," were you In lb near future Mr. 'and little sou of The united in marriage last Wednesday We were all (really delighted when Mrs Luther Morrow, lu East Hickmy coiuln, Albert Darken, cot back man, was badly burned one day last Coffins and Caskets with an exto tbla country aafely and brought ua week The little tot was left alone perienced undertaker in chargo St "be (ood newe about the treat auc-- in the house for a short time and Louis Furnishing Co. Incorporated ta, tood health and proaperlty of evidently United bis clothing while our home frlccda and home folka In pla)lns with matches He was disWe sell wall paper and have a Hickman and Fulton county Such covered by neighbors with his clothes lurge quantity of samples All prices new a h u great joy and tatlafas- - In flamos. and the fire promptly ex from the very cheapest to the finest Ion until we mH you all asaln In tinguished, but not boforo ho was Fuqua, Helm & Co Hickman. Our com In brought us ov frightfully burned Dr I'rather was Hev W T Uollltix. the well known ural good word from our friends who summoned and administered medical all are good peraonal frlunde, whom aid It Is thought now that the child divine, fell and hurt himself at Ful titt- -t i'"l'i'i'i"""t-T'H,MSTRAYED or STOLEN. From my ton a fow days ago, and has been 1 think of dally will live, as be seems to be resting A Splendid Showing. homo 2Vi miles west of Hickman, confined to bis bod slnco that time Lot we thank you again for our as well as could be oxpected His March 1st, one red cow, with neat Courier, .which comes to u In right arm, sldo. chest and f&co wcro Farming goes morrlly along with a white feet, left born slipped and un 11 VTK8-O- ne Cent per Won! per Week the form of great consultation to our badly burned very promising outlook Most of the derlet and overblt In right car, wolgbi It will surely he of Interest to the Cnak In Ailvnnce hearts and minds In this far away cotton has been planted and a largo about S00 pounds, probably has young people of Fulton County to learn of country The news wo receive from calf. Any information will bo liber- tho success in the Hickman schools, See those 12 Gold Iloud guaranteed per cent of the corn crop ory way ry promising" In you la FOR SALE Good Timothy Hay. ally rowarded J. S. Maddox, Homo a success not only In high enroll Sullivan Uros. Presbyterian Church; Subject for A. II. Lect. 1 am afraid we won't know our borne hats at tf 3p Phono raent which was 670 for tho month oi town when r rewch It from th Master Harry Moss, of Uulon City, tho morning sermon, "Ulblo Num FOR SALE: Good milk cows. W. April, bidding fair to reach 700 be many buildings and great Improve- is visiting his sisters, Miss Lucllo bers " Subject for the ovenlng ser- B. McGoheo. tfo fore tho end of the terra shall hav mon, "Bible Colors " Wm. G Stockments which are going en dally, such Moss and Mrs It I'hlpps. FOR SALE. Cow with jouug calf been reached, but also Its graduates ton, Mlnlstor levee, as tbs now railroad, the new COL DANIEL M. APPEL IP Lee. Page. have made tho finest of recoids In Kentucky the Court of Appeals the new houts, tho new stores, the Courier wants all the local new The One of the many who have gono out FOR RENT: 3 nice rooms. A. J. recently afflrmid the decision of a new factories and additions and the Army Officer lu Fulton county, deaths, births, mar- Wright, Harness Shop. United State from this school scored at the top newly opened farms In the bottom Clrcu" Court which sentenced a man Connected With Medical Corps. honois in Vanderbllt University, anyears in the penitenti- riages, entertalnmonts, visitors from Full SALE: Now Cook Stovo for my heart to twenty-on1 wish from the depth of abroad, etc, and will be obliged If 92p other completed tho four years courso thct Hickman, my home, will become ary for killing another because be people will notify us by calling at swilo cheap. C. L. Rose. of the State University In threo small asked for a chewi of tobscco Houses on as large as Chicago inside of twnty FOR SALE: IoBBBbYSBbW. years, tying for tho highest honors, the office or telephoning a line. monthly payments. M. B, Shaw, tfc also the young orator of this school W, J. Barry will put now rubber Gen H A Tyler, who Is alwajs won the declamatory contest of West his resgenerous, especially In mutters affect tires on our buggy. Call at Kentucky and Tennessee, bringing the tng the Southern cause for which he idence. gold medal homo This school, esrealr fought so valiantly, has headed a subFOR RENT-Nl- ca pecially tho High School, has as good scription list for the erection of a denco In East Hickman. See Miss isMMHB advantages as any school In Westerr Sa& tfo Lw monument at Camp Beauregard near Jecslo Outten. PF FSHbbbcL i Kentucky. For instance, there Is oui Water Valley, to tho memory of tho BBlllllBt 9bbiiiiiiiii Carneglo Library, through which the FOR SALE: Clover hay, $10 and 3 bbM Southern soldiers who died there of $12 a ton, at my farm 6 miles cast iOJlllHKt.-ijBBilllllllK 1 'VVbOIBbT'' students receive the very best lltera i sickness In 1SC2. 2P VsibWBbbK'bbiiiiiW ture on all lines. oiiiiiiiiiiK of Hickman. H. J. French. J Threo Red Polled FOR SALE: Hickman High School has certain!) Miss Anna Lynn Dodds entertained Registered Bull calves. been Improving tho last fow years a number of her Httlo friends with a Thoroughbred Dodds & DoBow, 2 miles east of and wo trust that It will continue in muslcalo at her homo TU&day evenBoone, of Hickman. its good work. ing in compliment to Mrs MARES FOR SALE: A fow good Philadelphia Tho program, of fifteen numbers, was exceptionally well ren Brood nnd Work Marcs on easy terms Mrs Also a fow Milk Cows with young dercd and highly entertaining Grand Jurors perform calves. S. L. DODDS. Boone- - presented each of the ers with a handsomo souvenir. $50.00 REWARD. I will pay $50 ro I vnrd for tho arrest and conviction of The following gentlemen aro serving This month, each postmaster or his parties killing gecso on my farm as grand jurors at tho present term clerks, aud each rural route carrier oast of Hickman J. W. Mayes. 4p of circuit court: In tho United States will for thirty WANTED: Painting of all kinds, dnys, count and weigh each piece of Morris Bcasley. Will furnish 30 years experience mall matter received by them com Walter Crostlc. Bring your ahoet and have them made Collier's lead at $7 CO nnd linseed oil A man in Mayflold, has entered ing In and going out. In addition tq W. A. Harpolo. at $1, on short notico. Thone 32-- or Uvcry good at new. this tho actual tlmo spent In handling address M. N. Collins, Hickman, R 3. suit against a transfer and R. L. Bradley, Foreman. allegcompany lu tho sum of $2,000, hi. tnnlt mnitnr mil at hn kcDt ttCWalter Boaz, on th ing FOR SALE: Beautiful homo that whllo riding In a vehicle count of. When tho patrons of our B. F. Tolly. locality, splendid neigh- belonging to tho company, an em offlco romember that during tho hill, desirable locnl J. A. Underwood. 75x150, dust, largo lot ployo carelessly slammed tho door month of May tho posmtastcr and borhood, no Tom Carver. garden and chicken yard and and painfully bruised his hand. must weigh and count each clerks J. A. Cooley. orchard. Houso has letter, paper, packago or box beforo out houses,1 also and three porcnos, Fred LIUker. Every sort of Toilet Brush for the hall s 7 rooms, delivering it, tholr impatience ai A. O. Bacon. man or woman. Hickbargain for repair. A to "wait bo long foi tho window in first class Josh Monan. man Drug Co. tho price. Apnly at tlila offlco. tf opened" will not bo 80 groat. tc bo BS Judiedlt, Margoon, The Man of ir wk m i UMm: I Discriminating 'e ,i m f 1 li te :VW It finds our clothing just as represented, possessing the proper cut, style, quality and 'J w ft medium prices. Let us fit you out in a cool, comfortable summer suit. An elegant line of Low Shoes, Soft Shirts, Summer Ties, cool, Gauze Underwear, etc. uv at. md ., j ftrsI m Let us save you money on your Summer Apparel. Courier Want Column 415. e SlH Electric Shoe Repairing Outfit HgJJTTrggm JLSfc I I t i 3?riiojie nus.eio3NrvjQXj3ii HICKMAN HARNESS CO. ( ua-in- d "" Rush Greek Items. night with her parents, Walter Crestlc Mrs. Hoyt Youreo spent Saturday Mr. and Mrs. R. Luna-ford PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS OF MOTKJRS k a MM and wife, Is improving after a pell of sickness. Corn planting Is all the rago. Our neighbor, Jeff Davis, Is putting In ft cotton crop this year. "Some sweet girl" of the neighborhood is lonely. Her friend has gone to Join the army. Guess. Miss Jle Crostlc returned Sunday from Jackson where she has been lsltlng her cousin, Miss Nannie Kate Itamer. How wo wish there would bo some weddings that we might have a nice "write up." Wo believe that court-?- I Is out of style unless the girls are trying their hand at tho game, and we don't believe they know how. Who wants a home? There la a home offered by Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McGeheo to some orphan girl or widow, of good reputation. This Is a good opportunity for someone. Address Mrs. W. Q. McGehee, Hickman, Little Harvey, eon of J. Spring: Floor Coverings ..And Curtains.. In nearly every home, during the next few weeks, Floor Coverings must be considered. You will find in our large showing Floor Coverings and Curtains suitable for every home, and all at very reasonable prices. 9x12 RUGS 1 i A?6iym8 Of Ti . In Brussels, Axminsters, Velvet and Crcx, at . V.8.50 to 25.00 III v I tfaA'toXtWiL VxN, iiM.fmtmtj rrs rwiWXtmtJK, : . .,4.--i A - .5. MATTINGS Both China and Japanese, at ' A. VWTMIMRt.l ilffl Hr H It fk ,h P A" . .12jc - to 35- - v- - ' A . ii Ai N . SMALL RUGS At price ranging from route 4. ..1.25 to 4.00 In Memoriam, Jas. E. Atkins, well known among the older resident of the city, died on April 4th, after an illness of a few days resulting from a general decline. Mr. Atkins was born In Robertson county, Tenn., Nov. 10, 1830. He came to West Tennessee In 1S53 and settled at Hickman, Ky., whero he remained until 1867. At Hickman he was engaged In the commission business, and In 1861 enlisted In the Confederacy under General Forrest, serving throughout th four years of the war. He was taken prisoner while serving with a company of scouts near Memphis, and was a prisoner at Point Lookout, Maryland, at the close of the war. In 18C6 Mr. Atkins and Miss Nannie Wilson wero united In marriage and of the union were two children, Alvln Cullom dying at the age of 17 years, and Mrs. Wright Phebus, now a resident of Union City. Mr. Atkins became a member of the Christian Church in 1870 and was one of the members at the time and assisted In the building of the present church. Mr. Atkins was for the most of his lite an active Master Mason and connected with the business and public affaire generally In Union City. When tho cholera broke out lu 1873 Mr. Atkins sent bis family away and remained at his post In Union City, assisting in the burial of th4 victims of the plague and otherwise alleviating their sufferings and distress. He Vas engaged la merchandising and furnished supplies to the afflicted families. The firm was J, E. Atkins & Co., Judge Lawson being ono of the members. When the cholera subsided Mr. Atkins was unable to continue merchandising on account of the calls made upon him for help, and since then he has lived a retired life In UnlonClty. Mr. Atkins was a man of plain speech but kind and sympathetic nature. He lived in tho pioneer days and sustained hardships, but maintained through it all some of the better traits, a heart for his family and fitanda, sharing in the support of his church and In other public Institutions. He leaves a widow, who was his devoted companion all these years and a daughter who will miss him Wo extend our condolence. Services were held at the residence on Wednesday morning, April C, and the remains interred at East View. The pastor, Rev. Stuart, conducted the service. Union City Commercial. iy rap sr Who ? "' OIL CLOTHS AND LINOLEUMS . i saaucjc Oil Cloths, one and two yards wide, at Linoleums, two yards wide, at Ovsr National Oatharlng at Wash- ........ ..... 50c and 60c ..50c to 8,00 - ...,.... 30c and 85c Blitlnoulih. Waman Pre4d CURTAINS In lace, net and novelty materials, per pair Ing ten. M AT RANDOM M WINDOW SHADES In all lengths, at " 25c to 1.25 con- Mrs. Oscar Salmon Is reported no Miss Mabel Wilson Is visiting In bettor. Nashville. H. T. Smith returned to Fulton on Mrs. Dee Held is on tho sick list Tuesday. this week. Raymond Mitchell, of Union City, was here Sunday. Miss Estello Reneau spent Tuesday in Union City. Houses for sale on Instalment plan. M. H. Shaw. tfo Mrs. Harry Ellison Is spending a few days In Louisville. A look through our Floor Covering Department will vince you that this is the place to buy. Judge J. E. Robblns came over 9x12 Art Squares J3.C0. St. Louis yesterday to attend court. Furnishing Co. sells it for less. Miss Coua Morehead, court stenographer, Is here this week. Tho farmer are very buay plant Mrs. J. II. Cloar, ot Troy, Tenn., Route 5. In corn Wednesday to visit hor arrived here sister, Mrs. Val Carpenter. Fred Pinion U very sick of. "milk Hickman Furniture Co., headquarnick." ters for anything In furniture. James Coombs and llttlo daughter, Perclval Davis returned to tils Rev. Patterson, of .Martin, will ocJohn Harper, son of W. J. Harper, of Argenta, Kansas, are visiting his homo In Hickman after spendlm: a is thought to have an attack of ap- brother, I.awrence Coombs, near Ma- few days with Buck Escue and f H- cupy the pulpit at Hulfoot Sunday. illy. bel. pendicitis. MUh Callle Barnes, of MeAnna, U Mrs. J. W. Purcell, formerly of Delbert Wilson went to Union City vlnltlng her sister, Mrs. Floy Akn. The Ebroldery Club will meet with Mrs. J. M. Hubbard Friday afternoon near Hickman, now a resident of Ar- one day last week. Will Caldwell, of Hickman, was In kansas, 1a here on a visit to her at 3 o'clock. Messrs. Nailllng and K ulsor, of this vicinity Sunday. son, Eugene Hettoraworth. Union City, wro in this vicinity one Dr. and Mrs. Keltey and little son, Several from bore wont to Union Russell, of Tlptonvllle, were here a Hickman Haptlst Church, Sunday, 'day last week. City Wednesday. May 7th: few days this week. Services at the uhuuI Mlsseo Myrtlo and Dora Howard hours: Sunday School at 10 a m., nix-n- t Sunday with Mini Vlra Howard, A large crowd attended Sunday Mrs. Virginia Beale and son, Tyler, preaching 7 pm. at 11 a. School at Itenlfoot, Huiiilar spent Sunday with Mrs. Jennie Bran-ham- , A cordial Invitation in., and Spuryeon tiear Crystal. for all at Woodland Mills. Wlngo, pastor. glvt-The iiiuftU-alSaturday nUlit wa by the young folks. i. by lluek i xreatly enjm MUm llrltle and Alii Dodds t attend, the reunion at Little U a on lGISth. From thrfe they will ( to Ho Sprlugs for a short ty. a then will vldlt at the homo of lit They x4ll Cook, at Hat.mvllle gone several weeks " ' A young Rlrl or mldl v WANTHIJ meed woman to maka her horn wi Mutt ' u hm one of the family of good reputation Addris Mra vt II McGhe. lllrkiuan Itoute I Mrs. Drow Bacon and Mrs. Ralph F. E. Case, ono of Hickman's oldCunningham, of near Shuck Switch, est and most highly respected nier were In town Wednesday. ohanta, Is preparing to erect a handMisses Lois and Esther Bartlctt, of some concrete residence on his lota Rockport, Ky., arrived horo Tuesday next to the Judge Murrelt property to spend a month with their aunt, The old houso Is now being torn Miss Mcna DIestelbrlnk. Tho Courier has Just made arrangements with the Commercial Appeal whereby wo can offer that dally paper and tho Courier one year for $1 to subscribers living on rural routes. This Ib the regular edition of the Commercial Appeal and will reach you on the same date of Its publication. Hotter get lu now if you want l.t Only four dollars for both papers a year. W. A. Dodds has at last succeeded in closing u contract with tho Kentucky Club for the rental of tho second story ot his new brick building, and preliminary work on tho erection of samo has begun. The new building will bo a structure, brick, 42xSG feet, glass front, and will cost In tho neighborhood of $7,600 Mr. Dodds Is now moving lumber, hauling sand, etc., and work will begin In enrnest In the next few days. How About That New Spring Suit Now? know I've got just what you want at prices lower than elsewhere, and believe that I can convince you of it when you see my line. I 1 "Silver ?late Carnival Coming. that Wears" Petit Jurors. B. E. Browder. W. T. Hamlott. J. S. Mosler. J. M. Alexander. A. M. Lunsford. The Pavia Amusement Co., a company of about 40 members, will make Hickman a noisy town next week. They will bo hero one week, clos- tion in silverware in- variably choose forks, ipooni anil tancv (err ing pieces stamped with the renonned trade mark Those who eek perfec beginning Monday the 8th and ing Saturday night tho 13th. "iff ROGERS The company is now at Martin, Tenn. Their program consists of tho usual plantation shows, vaudeville, electric theatre, the Edna show, monkey land, etc. We have never heard of this company before and cannot say anything for or against. The advance agent claims it Is one of the best on tho road, and that they have a number of people with them who wero hero last fall with Campbell's United Shows. Well, let 'or oomo; a few of our old stiffs haven't smiled slnco tho last one. Get ready. BROS.,. L, H. Bacon. L. Farmor. Marshall Parks. II. L. Amborg. J. H Travis. M am showing all the newest Spring and Summer styles in the best of this season's fabrics, full of style, elegantly tailored and finished. I MlV In quality and beauty ot desifjn, this well known silver is unsurpassed. Its remark able durability has won it the popular title "iiieer riate W. B. McOeheo. R. L. Ballow. 1 that Wean." Sold, by leading dealers crtry- catalogue "(M." hoirlnf all designs. MtRIOTN where. Send for (Itunulmi Slltw ftoeMr UCSIOU, CM. IMTMNU CO.. c., Cbas. Jonklns. Joo Mott, Jr., F. B. Attoborry. T. Whipple O. C. Henry. Chas. Cruco. Chas. Wright. A. L. Ballow. W. J. Fiolda. R. M. Mathcny. Wood Stanley. J. S. Creed, Come in and inspect my line. I can save you money and guarantee to fit and please you perfectly. .JV. J-- A. k J&4 , fciJwr' n-w- -- yji T Daily Commercial Appeal (for R. F. D.Jonly) and Hickman Courier Both one year for 4-O- Oi Peculiar Malady. and otic of hie children, about threw mile from town, f) as several other, aro reportas ed to bavo what la commonly known at "milk tick." which U tbo remit If drtaklng uillk thai posesse it poison Knu The trouble was not uncotn-mycata tack, but thin la a tbv first wo havo heard of for aonie It seems that a form of poison time mauatesfrom the ground on which tb eattle are pastured, and It not only kill the cow but frequently the rrions who drink her milk Tha recovery or Mr Chance and hla ohtld It bat been K laid to be doubtful toarnrd by experiment! that these peiaon patches" utuslly cover onlr a naull apace a few yards in and arc generally on the bleb j round. Where thla troublo pre- Talrx. the bad paatura ahould bo Iocs! d and fenced off from tho roal several luab plaeoa have been looat d on bills on tbo Dyersbttrg road, wtiere 'milk alck caused mush trou k years aio Mr Cbanc litiKK From Hie Fulioa County Capitol AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AA4AAAAAA Circuit Court. Tbo regular May torm of Kulton Circuit Court was convened In Hick man Monday Judge W. M Hood, of Paducah, pre sented bla commission from Gotorn-o- r Wlllaon to proaldo at this term on account of tbo ooutinued lllnesa of Judgo Bugg, and he sworn In Monday morning. Judo Heed alio presided at the January terra tr o n Lulen la aiilctinr. Sheriff Goalder Johnson In waiting upon the court S I). uieaa-uretaeti- Tbo following; disponed of builneii haa been Klmer Jobnsou, gamine, dismissed Will Douglaa gaining;, dltimlssbd I'rotooutliiK wltnessoa out of stnta lx)uls CralK, 1olattiKT looal option law, dismissed. Trltd In Quarterly ourt. The folkiwlne oases wero filed State Line, John Hardy, murder. Jh Truett, null lie liquor. I deadly w(iou Itlch Harris, violating local option law Will MeAuloy, loItltiK local option law. J H Stafford violating losal option law and itolatliw; Bobbatb Itlch Harris, aulfurlni: eawlnc. Will Alexander, petit larceny. IxjuU Cralc. cArrylne concealed deadly wtsipon Jlmmlu and Willie Johnson ami llabo Oeoro. KauUnx. continued. I)a and Tom Morean. failure to provldo for parents, continued Jim Amtnon, carrying concealed (Han. ' weapon, acquitted by Jury. It. E Jamcti vs Tom Morgan, er I) a ho (Jeorjce was fined $2 60 for diet for plaintiff for $61.90. contempt of court He was down Court will adjourn today, as Judgo italrm when his name was cullisl by Reed has to bo In Paducah to hold the sheriff In tbo court room. court. His court was lu session In Pa Ilert Wallace, for the killing of ducah when he received the tippolnt Oacar Dlgpi. continued Some of the ment from Gov. Wlllson to come to 5 Per Cent Raise. Hickman Judgo Burkbead, ot-- Ow wltneas being out of the state. Juke Moore, malicious sbootlug, ac- ciutboro, will bold court ut Fulton, The Statu Hoard of Kqualliatlon lu quitted by tbo Jury. Defendant was next week If ho lu unablu to attend, ralwd property valuea for taiatlon not able to employ a lawyer and W there Is a probability that Fulton will In Kentucky to $410,000,000. an In- J MoMurry was appointed to defend not havo her week of Circuit Court crease of t2S.000.000 over last year's blm nt this term. assessment Tho lalsea amount from Tho Grand Jury returned six indict Fur tho trial or J W. 1'attertton for whllo f to 26 per cent In 62 counties, tho killing of Copeland, in tho bot- mvuts yesterday 40 counties wero left at tho old ratu tom some two years ago, tho sheriff Every county In Weal Kentucky, was Instructed to summon u npeclal A. O. Klmbro was In Crutcbfleld, known as a Democratic county, was venire of 20 men to report Wednes Monday. raised over tho report of tbo county day morning. Tho heaviest Increaao supervltora. Joo Drown, horso stealing, ten Mrs. MoDermott left today for Is given Caldwell county, whero faro years In peulteutlary Urown stole Louisiana and personality both wero raised 20 a fine maru from I. H. Henry's barn per cent. Tho flrat dlatrlst counties oue nlcht and was caught next day WEATHER: Cloudy and unsettled were raised as follow a: today; Friday fair and warmer. Jlmmlo Taylor, malicious stabbing Person DIsmlBHed for waul of evidence. Lots Farm County Atty. J D Via, county attorney or c 16 Wess Flgp.lns, mullclous shooting, Hlakmau county, is hero today at " Ballard 20 0 20 continued tending court Caldwell 6 G 10 II. F. Ward, fraudulent conversion Caloway " It. II MtoKlmmons, below town, has 10 16 10 of property of another, reduced to Carllalo Hoth n verv sick wife and child 6 6 unlawfully taking property of another .... 6 Crittenden havo pneumonia. 6 6 6 without felonious Intent, to which ho Fulton 6 6 plead guilty Ho was fined $60 anil 6 Grave Let's see thai tho sowers under ' 16 16 H" costs. Ulckman tho railroad aro stopped up this Umo 6 6 Tom Porter fbr tho killing or his before the water pours through and 6 Livingston 10 10 step father, guilty of manslaughter covers up West Hickman. 10 Maraball 6 6 6 and sentenced to 2 to 21 yenrs In the Lyon Joaso Workman, of tha Dukedom 6 6 penitentiary. McCrackon .... 6 l0 10 UaldHon Hunt, violating local op neighborhood, was called to his door Trigg' 10 Tuesday night and shot dend by an Our county officer did their best tion law. filed away person A double barrel V. I'atlerson, charged with tbo uuknow J. to avert thla Incrcaw but It came murder of Ed Copoluud In the bottom shot gun was used. Workman fell at anyhow. y tho crack ot the gun. about two years ago, was tried and sentenced to 8 years lu Last Thursday evening, tho Entre tho pnnltoutlary. Nous Club was entertained by Miss Hud Norman, breach of peaco, plead Dora Cavltt. Rook was plajcd At ' guilty and fined $20. a later hour, tho young gentlemen The river haa been rlalng rapidly at Jack Milnor, housebreaking, reduc- arrived. A two course menu, consist Hickman for the past few days, and ed to wilful trespass and fined $40. ing of a salad courso and cream and points above here. The Cairo guago, Jim Williams, housebreaking, sen cake, was served. reade 36.1.. a rite of 1.1 In the past tenced to 2 to 10 years In tho peniA Hvfln nt thn homo of vtnrlv 24 hour. The crest of the rise, la tentiary, and ono caso filed uv.ay. I expected 'to reach Hickman by SaU Williams Is tho negro who burglariz- Mr. and Mrs. Val Carpenter Tuesday evening In honor of Miss Graco i urday.'but will not exceed 30 feeN ed so many houses In Htckmnft last . The report that we are to have aa winter and was caught In tbo act of Throlkold, with Misses Bonnie Car-. -- ...I D.nnnil Tllnvlnl? ' ago breaking Into Henry Sanger's resi .I'umur uim can-ubig water as we had two weeks iiiutnu tho rolo of hostesses. An appetizing Is erroneous. dence oc- Cora Rachel, bigamy, sentenced to nnlnii rotirsn was served, and the W. J. Elliott and J. M. HordUon 3 to 9 years In penitentiary. Clarence enslon thorouchlr onlovcd by tho were In Curtchtlcld Monday. Owens her husband was charged with following guests: Misses Mary Mad Line, tho samo offenso, but a former wifo dox, Mary Brlggs, l.avorno Threlkeld, Mrs. J. M. Roper, of Stato was in town Wednesday shopping;. camo to his assistance and tostiflcd Gcorgin Burrus, Llllio Hackott, Mir mer- that ho had obtained a dlvorco from lam Luton Chrlstlno Luton, Mary Kim Ed Qrlffoth, aged 16, a Bonton bro, bwan Naylor, and Nell Shaw chant, dropped dead at breakfast her. His caso was dismissed. following civil cascn wero dis- Messrs. A Henderson, McKco JohnUmo Saturday morning, Tho tt son, Dell Choato, Edward Rico, MIas i'oarl Itobcrcon, daughter of posed of: TelHenderson, Lon Naylor, Paul L. C. noborson, of Fulton, was mar0, F. Smith vs. Western Union ried Sunday to Morton Williams, a egraph Co. On account of tho death Borry Ben Brlggs, Hearn Brown and uan Martin business man. of plaintiff, caso abated. apf-ndln- T. A. I'rather, Br., baa returned from a vUll to Hlylhetllle. Ark. Mra. J. M. Linn visited her broth, r, I.nt Maddox, at Trrrwll last week Mra. Una TbrplkeM Caullfleld, of Ot&ster, MU.. U vlsltln bur parents, Mr and Mra. G II. Throlkld a tow Mra. Paul 8baw la daya with brr parents. Mr and Mm Arab Thoiupoon, near Union City Mr. T. A. I'ralhur la visiting her wo, Itlohanl, at lllrtbevlllo. Ark L. II. Hacon and wife were. In Union City one day last week Oharlle Clark and wife aro here from Oakton for a few daya Mrs M E IIom was In Union City Wednesday. E. a. Maddox and wife were in U Ion City one. day Uat week Howard Thretkeld baa returned to school In Clinton after a abort visit to bla parents here. Mra. Isaac Bbuff and Mlia Mary abuff were In Union City Dudloy Wliwutt. lelllm; liquor. Dudd and Waller Hopkins, ablcken stealing tleo Hud Norman, Hreacb of puactt. Wiseman, false awoarliw;. Hob Gardner, carrylnK eoikoealed J S. Stafford vs. City of Hickman, dismissed. Suit to havo flno In tho rollco Court set asldo. C. M. Adams vs. City of Hickman Dismissed without projudlco. a. m. Roper ct al vs. W. H Williams, stricken from docket. J J. C. Bondurant vs. J. H. Peck dismissed settled. Ida Morrow vs. Luther Morrow, dis missed without projudlco Mrs. Suslo Irvlno vs. Arthur Irvlno. Btrlckon from docket. Ruth FullerB Admr. vs. Hor Heirs and creditors, stricken from docket O. 8. Miles vs. Maude Porter ot al. Strlckon from docket. J D. Loach vs. D. C. Corum et al. Continued Holm & Elllsou vs. Robt. Griggs. Continued Horace Curtis vs. Sallla Curtis, continued W. J. Hicks vs. I, O, R. R. Dismissed settled. J. J. C. Bondurant . J. T. Morgan, dismissed Hottkd. Lucy A. lllimhaw.YU. Blaydeu and Banders, dlsmlised settled Farmers & Merchants Hank vs Slaydon & Sanders, dismissed settled Ed Thomas va. Frank Oliver et al Dismissed settled. DeBow & Shumate vs. W. A. Hln shaw, dismissed settled. W. A. Dodds vs. W. A. Hlnshaw. Dismissed settled. J P. Swanu vs. A. J. Burrow. Continued Dr. J. M. Heeler va W. W. Jones. Continued Swedish American Telepbono Co Vb Hickman Ind. Telepbono Co. Continued. A. & J. Plaut vs. A. S. Barkctt Continued T. Bondurant vs. F. II. Lightfool Continued A. Q. Klmbro vm. N. C & 8t L Verdict for plaintiff. Oi'orgla llMiiphlll vs. Walter Hemp hill Dlvoreo granted. Ihila Hlks va John Hlks, dismissed settled Narcissus Collier s. Robt Collier, dlamlsoed settled Flossie M Hart vb Bd Hart, con llnued Rufe Fields vs Elzada Fields, continued luec Ta)lor vs Hollla Taylor, continued. A. F Oliver vs. C. Mr Adams et al , ' dismissed settled Kittle Winiama vs Artie Williams, dlitnlttaed settled J W Honey guardian vs Katie Jones F. H. Mooro appointed guar' THEY MUST GO! Just at the opportune time we have on hand some rare bargains in cultivators, an will close them out to the first ones herewith the cash; as these are strictly cash prices : I sffi&fei. L a LOOK! Genuine Brown, Shovel, at Volunteer, Shovel, at Little Jap, Disc, at Capt. Kidd, Disc, at If -- $17.00 22.50 25.00 30.00 you want one of these you MUST 'act quick. ttu , Ilv 3axu:i .4V ...... )es-tcrda- flivflrjising. Also a fine line of the old reliable John Deere Disc and Shovel Cultivators, Pilots, etc., at very lowest prices. These are the Jumper Crop" makers. Whether you want one or a half dozen, we are prepared to roll 'em out for you any minute. You will save money by buying here. ' HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCORPORATED Ar-nc- uris. M aMfci aKaVt .Al. ,.-- - WHAT WATER WILL DO. W, J. It will quench It .hoboc mob. flro and melt loe. Urator at the Y. M. C. A, Dedication Bryan AT In Momoriaoi, will break up a convention of or auffragota. IMPROVEMENTS CAPITAL It will clean a atreet and cloan out It will or a countr fair. itop a political contention Personnel of the Court of Appeals Complimented Crop Prospects Secretary Druner on Crookedness of Bank Officials. 'J 'f Frankfort. The cornerstone of the rplemlld now Y. M. C. A. building waa laid with the Hon. W. J. Bryan as the It will stop a mule from kicking or orator of the occasion and an uttmc- a bronco from bucking. the program Intorspersvd with music Mr Bryan paid his and addruwis. It will demorallzo a temperanoe first visit to Frankfort nearly elxteou lecturer or a distiller of alcohol. yoara ago. Tho Frankfort Y. M. U. A. was or It will Interfere with church ganized in 1S95, and Col. Charles E. and itop a prayer meeting. Hogo was tho first president and U B Wilcox tho first seotvt&r)'. Last year It will clean out any kind of a tho pzvsont secretary, Stanley A. Hara pi? pen to a cathedral. ris, Inaugurated a camiulgn to raJco house, from $35,000 for a now building to be owned It will atop a dogfight, catftgbt. and entirely by the Y. M 0. prizefight, or any other kind of a A. oocuiiled The campaign was a successful fight. one. Moro than $35,000 wad raised, by next year the new structure It hai done more good and done and ,more damage than all the powder 'Mill be completed and Is expected to that haa been manufactured since be &n om&mtmt to the capital city. Adam winked at the sun. Don't Believe In Distinction. Bankers who violate tho law will not It has accomplished more for the benefit of mankind than all the words be permitted to pay the amount of coined In all the languages of the shortage that may be charged against them and then go free of criminal re world since Bible? were printed. sponsibility, declares Dr. Ben L. Bmner, secretary of rtAte, who is In charge of the banks of Kentucky whloh are Incorporated under the state law. There's a Reason Tor the large and Increasing sale of Pr. Bruner says thore has been too When In great an Inclination toward immunity Dr Bell's the need of a cough medicine try It from prosecution for the men "higher 8 and you will know the reason. up" who have been caught stealing, wihere they pay back the money. He declaros that the jnrtlt thief Is proseArthur Williams, of near Dorena, convicted, cover being alhas lost two children In the post ten cuted andsettle by paying the amount lowed to days Clarence, age 9, and Lawrence, he took. The secretary can not see age 6. Both died of pneumonia fol- why any distinction should be made lowing a spell of measles. Mr. Wil- betwt-ethe poor man who steals and liams resides on the Hlnsbaw farm. the rich man who embezzled. What U more to the point, the secThe oldest child died Saturday and retary proposes to see to It that the the little fellow died Wednesday. banker who steals is prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law and not allowed to osoape by a cash stlemunt. An Arlthmetlo Snake. An Englishman had one day told Cramped For Funds. The members of the board of contut editor several snake stories which Bade the newspaper man laugh, and trol say that the state does not provide then he said as a wind-up- : enough money to care properly for the "I can't call any more to mind Just utaAe Insane and feeble-mindeand at present My wife knows a lot of that they are constantly cramped by I forget 'eat. By lack of funds. The next legislature snake stories, but the way, thougX ITe got a regular may be asked to remedy this and in living curiosity down on my place. crease the allowance for each ward One day my eldest boy was sitting on The board has boon working especially the back step doing his sums, and he hard to make the institute for th couldn't get 'em right. He felt somemore of a Buooeds than it thing against his face, and there was has been. Manual training has been a little snake curled up on his ghoul-do- r Installed and has been found to work and looking at the slate. In four to great advantage. Then a farm has aalnntes he had done all those sums. been added and the boys will be given We've tamed him, so be keeps all r work and it Vs expected that our accounts, and he is the quickest this will improve their physical condiJiead at figures you ever saw Hell tion as well as teach ahom to be useful run up a column eight feet long ' citizens. three seconds, I wouldn't take a rle cow for him." "What kind of a snake Is her Honor for McKenzIo Todd. McKenzle R. Todd, state Inspector Inquired the editor, curiously. "The neighbors call him an adder." and examiner, has been Invited to de"Oh. yes, ycsl" said the editor, a liver an address before the joint ses"T'v icinr4 rt Via sion of the Illinois legislature on beM1.a JMoAwxi4 Coedta." half of the blU appropriating money for the erection of the memorial at Put-iBay in honor of the victory of The Club." on Lake Erie. Mr. Todd appearAn exclusive dining society Is the Perry one bearing the arrogant titlo "The ed before the appropriation commitjClub," which since its foundation has tees of the two houses of the Illinois members. legislature several weeks wince and been limited to thirty-fivJJohnson, Burke, Reynolds and Gold-eart- h made such a favorable Impression that were among the original mem- the backers o! the Perry centennial bers. Garrick and Boswell Joined in want Mr. Todd to talk to the wfcdlo J1772, and Gibbon and Fot In 1774. legislature before the bill Is offered for passage. Mr. Todd Las accepted h jOf the eighteen premlors in the century nine were members of cho invitation. Hhe club, Fox, Liverpool, Canning, iRussell, Aberdeen, Gladstone, Sails-bur- Things Agricultural. Lord Rosebery and Mr Balfour. Cold weather and rains have mate--London Chronicle. rially Interfered with farm work, but farmers are well up with their work and are not grumbling about She deRead's 8arcasm. lay. Early oats are coming up nicely e, Senator Lodge, in the Century says: "In 1884 I recall coming and wheat Is ehcotlng out wtdb. prom-feof good ylold. Thomas B. Reed ono day in Serosa street Just after tho nomination Prospects are good for a large yield lof Mr. Blaine. The break in the Re- of bluegraaa seed. Young tobacco publican party had begun, and I asked plants are up and growing nicely and will be ready for early Betting If the 'Mr. Reed what he thought of the Well.' he said, 'It is a great weather is favorable. Early fruit, such as pluma and icomfort to think that the wicked were not allowed to pick the poaches, are injured, but It looks now candidates, and that the nomination as If there would bo a bumper crop was made by the people. The poli of apples. ticians would have been guided only y a base desire to win.' " Redisricting of State. If Gov. WUlson calls an extra sesShe Stralghtaned Them. sion of the legislature ho will includo Mrs. Clark sent the new maid to nor in the call only the rodlat riding of the troom to fetch a pair of scissors. When state. He bonoves that a rodUtriot- Isho returned, which she did after an ing measure can be put through both unaccountably long absence, her mis- bouses In 10 days, and that tho ex press asked if she had any trouble In pcrno ought rot to be moro than ?1G,- Iflnding them. 000. "No, ma'am," replied the girl, "but got thlm, they was that blot, (whin I To Light Approach. bo wan could use thlm, so I took thlm The capitol com mission took up tho !to the kitchen and shtrnlghtened thlm of lighting approach to tho out wld a Satlron. Here they are, mattor and looked the cuts Illustrating capitol at ma'am," and she handed Mrs. Clark various kind3 of ornamental standher much Injured manicure scissors. ards. Tho commission decided not to buy any standards now, but the governor will Inspect standards used on J. H. Pickott was In Tiptonvlllo thl public bulldlng3 while In tho oast. Tho "week, looking after the purchase of other members of the commission will n boat to bo used in ferry service alao Investigate tho question of lighthere. Ho Is operating a ferry now, ing and at a subsequent meeting will as Is also Mr. Hinshaw. Tho out- rlccido what kind of polos, or standcome of tho two ferries will be watch- ards, for tho electric lights will be used on the approach. ed with interest. Js n d feeble-minded out-doon e ntne-teentMag-.atlnw out-(loopoll-(tlcla- It will atop a atreet parade or a funeral procession. Trust Greed Dominates Tanning Industry Shoe Wearers Must Pay More for Tho IfeAlli Ancl visited tho boj o( Uvorgo and Claru Blamn;amo took from thorn tholr only dar'. t baby, Llttlo l'oarl. Sbo won born Dec. 19, 1908. l dlvd April 11. 1911, ago 3 Years months ami 23 da) a. Llttlo Parl dim of pueutu.. Everything that loving baud . ., do wae done, but Ood saw bes' tak her to bloom la Paradise ,, uilaa her little foet, eweet o; . ho and called for mamun . ; pap. Tho little golden curia w, fix; ii uo inure for they aro tumUl . tho little white casket. The vole) Is forover atUI. She baa whore there la no parting, to i t neas and death. Pap and inai i weop not for llttlo Pearl, for th- gone home to llvo with the A ij? Put all your trust to God and it not bo Iouk until wo go and me In the brUht land, where ahe la w lnjt And watching for )ou. Thl lovely bud o you as and U called home by early doom, Just a g to show bow awvet a flower In pa a Grandma dtie would bloom. ai rn i Ste thoo tr.eu aud boys autta remarkable valuta al Sullivan U- - Ellison Sets tha Pace, llro. have a reputatu rUhl up with the pa. tuodern inerchandUInc It would that It Is their Intention to man who bate tbla tepulatton. Tho pleaiure of shopplus; In the large partmenl atore of the bit cltlei k tha eaob one of these establUnu.. operate a soda fount ou the ir floor tor the benefit of thttr ru n era, II baa become a necessity Utll.ou . Poorer Leather How You Can Protect Yourself the Leather Trust. s The Trust owns the tanneries which produce about of all the leather in America. It fixes the price of leather with an eye single to its own profits four-fifth- kevpluic The shoe business of this country is absolutely controlled by which is the one reason for the high price of shoes. It has recently closed scores of its tanneries for an indefinite period, to create an artificially high price for leather. Worse than that the Leather Trust is deliberately using its vast resources to cheapen its product for the sake of extortionate profits. Most Shoe Makers Cannot Get Honest Leather Buying his leather from the Trust, the ordinary manufacturer is forced to take an inferior product hemlock tumiuge, clieniicul tannage, or other quick process tannages everything but straight oak tannage, thoroughly tanned and finished to give it the backbone that leather must have old-fashioned come Ellison llros. with the same position. They will Install tbls wtt it handsome soda fountain In l'. department store, where the ( best. In the "mixologist" art tan procured. IU a new thing In 11 ' loan, but why shouldn't It be a thing, It it prove to be .such In la t cr towns T If there la no bitch In InsUllisc ' fixtures, the firm expects to treat t friends and patrons to free drit.li etc., tomorrow See tbelr annout. e ment elsewhere la this issue Why Experiment When Dr boll's biu been tried with satisfaction for u.e 16 years In millions of homos f coughs, colds, croup and all thru and bronchial troubles You can t auywhsre Look for the bell the bottle. 1 Sample pants at half price van llros. Sui You know what to expect of the average shoes you buy how good they look at the start and how coon they break down - Holes in soles. Heels run down. Vamps stretched and cracked. Uppers wrinkled. Finish rubbed off beyond all hope of dressing ami polishing. Now, what can you, John Smith, resident of this town and reader of this paper, do about it? to make u good shoe. How to Protect Yourself You can wear honest shoes if you want them and at n fair price. You can get shoes made by the only shoe concern In the world that tans its own leather. The only shoe manufacturers In this country that tan, manufacture and sell independent of the Hide Trust, the They make "Kromelk" the first and only perfected chrome-tanne- d sole leather, that outwears ordinary soles, two for one. 1 60 Lots Sold, Leather Trust Cannot Make "Kromelk" process is nn Kndicoll-Johnso- n invention. It their exclusive property. The Leather Trust lias never succeeded in imitating it. They produce elastic, "glovcy" calf leather and chrome-tanneuppers leather that works up to n marvel, finishes to n dot makes n stylish shoe and holds its style. Endicott, Johnson & Co. mnkc five hundred styles nnd models of shoes all in n full ranee of sizes. is d LL No otlicr manufacturer in the world enn give yon "Kromelk" soles. The "Kromelk" Endicott, Johnson & Co. is the name of this concern. They buy their hides in the open markets of the world. They have the only complete plant In the world "from the hide to your foot." They nrc the largest shoe manufacturers in Their most popular Hnc is the END-WEthe world thanks to their policy of honest (Goodyear Welt) dress and busishoe wearer four shoes and their saving the ness shoes that retail for 93.00, 93.50 and profits in the price. Endicott, Johnson & Co. started in the shoe 94.00. They make lines that sell for more business with the fixed idea of service to the extreme unreliability money and still other lines at a lower wearer. It was the d leather that forced them to price. of You can buy Endlcott-Johnso- n shoes build their own tanneries. for men, women and children shoes for busincssand street wear, work shoes, dress Leather Tanned for Service shoes, school shoes for boys and girls. You will get all the latest kinks of fashion. At this writing they nre tanning 1750 sides of the finest sole leather every day, S00O aides Endicott, Johnson & Co. employ the Gncst of chrome upper leather and 1000 skins of designers and shoe makers in the trade. calf leather. You Save Four Profits The product of their tanneries is worth You will save 50 cents to $1.00 on every Six Million Dollars every year. Every lot of leather is tanned and finished pair of shoes you buy. You nay no profits for a definite type of shoe, to make it durable to trusts or middlemen. Endicott, Johnson in the kind of service that will be demanded & Co. sell their shoes direct from the factory to your representative home dealer. of it. Go to him and ask for the END WELL shoes "Forest They tan honest Oak" sole leather like the village tanner or any other kind of shoe to suit your needs. They will give you some new ideas about used to make when our fathers were boys. Months in the tail vat weeks more in the shoe values. Remember the name. It is stamped on seasoning and the finishing. Tough, comevery shoe pact, durable. Trust-tanne- Leather Trust, the Leather Jobber and the Shoe Jobber. off Monday In good shape Of tt . 223 Iota, aouicthtng oxer 1C0 When the remaining lot ar disposed of, the Nelson brick boua will be given away to some of thiol purchasersand this feature pro od to be quite a drawing card. lie sides tbls, Mr Dodds gave oue donatio some church for each lot told, the church to which It waa given be lnx left to the option of tho purchaser All the lots in Addition No. 1 have been sold, and we predict it will ou ly be a ahrol time until the second addition la sold. It takes S. L. to work up something new. wer-sold- :, exolusUely for negroes, waa pulUl Tho sale in Dudda' Addition Nu Pine Tar and Honey Havo been Used for generations In treating coughs. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey contains both combined with other valuable lngredlenta. Look for the boll on tho bottlo. Be auro you go Dr. Bell'a. 8 Percy Jonea Wednesday. was In Union City, Jno. Wiley waa in Fulton on busi nes Wednesday, Mrs. R. B. Johnson la visiting homo folks at Tutlahoma, Toun. Lot us figure with you to screen your homo. Fuqua, Holm & Co. W. A. Hlnsbaw returned Saturday from a business trip to Charleston. Tho TJ. D. C. wlU moot Tuesdar af Mrs. Maddoz, of tho Dorena neighborhood, lost a residence by flro on ternoon, May 9th, at 3 o'clock with Saturday tUght. Wo are unablo to MIsa Marie Brevard. learn the extent of her damage. Lyric Theatre Saturday aJcbU ENDWELL SULLIVAN BROS. Hickman, Ky. EXCLUSIVE DEALERS. Mlsa LoU Bartlott, of Rockport, Ky is hore for a short visit with Miss Mena Dlontolbrink. Whoelor Screens are tho most con venlont and last longer than any other made. Fuquii, Holm & Co, Wo try to havo c.ach article advor-tlso- d oven better than tho advertise mont says It Is. Hickman Drug Co. fellow J. J. Taylor has roturnod from a visit with his sister at Corinth, Miss. Ho was aso thlu euoflt ot another ittr. X ' r m AJ&a J O.Stubbi aM I'kwi DENTIST B.r B.IHUg. inrr Mem No, J I ,.... t IOBTPAPBK . VOI.UMK 1 the Team Bl THE HieKMAN eeURIER. HO. I l.,.o,i .,,..,, H. A DLUE MARK Bl WKSTKBlH KHKTUOKT 'AJ T local South. mam that jour iab crlptlon baa expired Itenew promptly Itrcu want the paper to come to tou after thu monlb HEBE vp thg m af huccgS5i " Thg Ca hu g 5pankln, Grease Uib Axles of Your Ulagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HO. i i; HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 4, Wll0n 1911. E3TABM8HBD IN THE TEAR 1HBU aooi I I ) rf.rC':..vrC'.',r 1 V liomIIWrk OUUllLVI II JUlittrUlUf 6 ...-- tt c ,,,n lfaCAa,-g'.rc.',a'.,a',v--.-c-..-''ft- .?'.' llayno Iubjn-ror flfto?i? nftor tlw war which bOBgnnffl U. U. U., and lu perusal wilt Wo labor to orocl slmrt of uiarbltt liltn, to koop tho woU from tho dr Thitie nru only clonnliiKa fromw Joyed by many of our reader. nnd Krnnltn to our BoUllum und thin t U n norl prlvfrwfould w not rund of Southern Literature nlniou liK'xtmiiHtlbU' strango that them build an luntlnj; a uuiiniiiiHiit to ich U N panlu U there not u work of magnirirun wnrrlorn 11 Kyilnoy r. but fw Americans of culture who fiiul llauillion llayno. llHiny n'tuKiililoii mid Kraoorul comniomorhJ ! itny knowledge of Southern l.ll .. ..H TSuirod. JimjI ChundUr lliirrk. Dr. tlon nunlilni' ili. mjli.. i.m..i rKlllfO. hoorl or oviry Dauehter or tho OkS I a Tlchiior, William (lordnn Mc- WMIe Ktiropu glte flrfcl place to franc A work that will oven out? TIioiiiiw NoImju I'nfl and rVth- - foilonicyT coLr aoulh In tho development of Itj-nby ItnprewliiK with luinr- - llw marble almrt or sranlto inoifir mjumI literature, ami tho crvatlon of tr l)mlili ivo, lhlr bountiful writing lllHIIt. distinctly Ainortaau, k Hurnturo "1 lime siwnt much Htndv nnd iikjh tht liarta of our Soiitlwrn t WahlnEoti, Marshall. Jwtfw thought on tho Souiliorn Llternturfl , Madison, Calhoun and other dnya, and lat Would )ou ItiMpIro a flliiK of or tho ouiuortl slntitnuieli In llui same chis patrlotlani lu tho hanrt of your Ixiy. IMuiad, nnd have yet to find ono Itn In vtiik llllfke, Pox Olul the to him a fow variuia of "COro- - pure word, one repuuilo bought, or iurir rMornry valiui on wull rut In Uil linn." by Hunry TIiiiixkI, ilif South-nr- low tendency, ("an wo any na miicHj utoruft treasures the poetry of or our prexent literaltuiv, or w who, dyluK. Ift tho for all Jjintor and 01 bur poets of llio South (Mml Main of lit obbltiK llfoblood on tho tho modern oom nnd tunolT In Auierlcau pootry; bon-'- r m Uitt Kate Orgulu, Toxaa ) taut proof of liU book of Jxmhiih. 1 Ptw ultli ftmt IJaco u a lull Anil wliiiro will w tlixl moro with oUir Southerners ir of UN, Count)' ft almost equal rank u lmiu;ualh Itynu'a "In patrlothuu thnn In Katliwr Fultonwill hold Sunday School Its annual convenMouiorfam'. rttrs while Kuropo, m a dManco. Tho b'taiitlful ihkiiii. "Vtmiiiktim f tion on Tuesday, May !, 1911, at bus weighs our literature, tho Union (C. 1'.) Church. Kvery Sun nortb, east, veil Hut Vahs" hna bcn nnonyuioiiitly and day School In tho county SHOULD oulh, U lu Ignorance of tho Ixntt lu coptnl in many nortlmrn imi-irHitHl In ii winy tutrapbooka in tho be represented by ono or more dele too Mtoraturv of hi own country. South, wit limit any knowlclfio that Kates who will answer to roll call,' lit kuoltlgo of Southern wna wrltloii tiy Dr. Tlchnor, the Coma with )our reporta of Bucccaal U confined to Poo. lie U not awars It aekotarly phyatdan and Sauthorti pat- and problouiH and get oncourogouient ibt tkro la any Soulhwru Mtarature riot, for greater and better work. Mro. aW fnuu tint lur.t nttd immimi of ajold wko Btvr atrnck lit lyro for Jnnnlo K. IIIU, County Secretary. or ftuHH. tbia uumtor. Would )(mi oultlvnte In your olilld Twab your oblld tho inxHry and klrti- - of h)a uattrn land and you Iuvh for likt own lillU and dnliniT Tho Illckmnn Gun Club's big third Mty oxllu hi in. but ha will not foisol Thou tmu! to him "Tho Old Itixl HIIU annual tournament thla year will bo by Ilonry HrnK Jncloou. conducted on the "Squlor Money of nta arly hum a, anothor Kallntil Coufalornlo aoldlvr: back Syatom," which, In substance. V Taku our public aahooU. hatu lxiucfollow, llryaul bim! Whlttlur daya inoana that every ahootor lu a sijuad "And whuro upon their turfneo, will participate In tho money. This thla la coMiuoiiOabltt, but do or fooltiiK doadT la tho heart will bo a bonanza for followa like u olrto haa aouio day hut aiwirt for Or whu lina nidy atniueor )our Undo Fuller, who couldn't hit Ijtulor. .Tliurod, Tlolitior or MayuaT (!ono from thoo hllla unfclT a flock of baruc, beoauae they will Du our public auhool children ouui Tbolr brawry and tholr klndnosa get "thern" anyhow regartllesa of kiMtw ibu nauina of thm Houtiiefli For nyo go hand lu hand . IKxtta? Upon your w allied nnd imkcl lillU, the omck Hhota. A pruftiiaor of ono of tbo aohools My own. my irntlvo land." taid; "I know but llttla about HoutU In nn eirort to dlacorer tho Idenll Or read him chif,SnrpanW)irpl'?( b rn lltcratur and I bare luanfftf ty of tho tnombera of tbo mob which of tho South," by AUtxtindor HUU) alitco 1 tuft Cboil. All "Liml that lynched Jacob McDowell, a negro, In anoth.ir aohllcr tho aohooU I ttttemlvtl were Intuiuwdy Wobater County, several years ago. Boutbvru, y bad no pbtco In tholr "Ixind of Uio South, Imperial land, Gov. WIIImiii offored a reward or currlouluin for Southoru aiitbont, ami How roud thy mountnlim rldol J C00 for Uio nrrct and comlctlon of Southoru wrlturn bad no cxpoundora. How awcot thy conea on ovory each membor or tho mob. PosMbly Tiicy tauRlil plenty of good wbulo-aouibaud! tho trtnto could pay gome or ltd debu thought from tlrwco, Itoiuo. How lair thy covering akleal ir It woro not for Wlllson catering o Onal Ilrltalu and our northern atotoa Hut not ror thla. O, not ror thoao much trt thu negro vole. but aoldom own a immmii from n 1 lovo thy fields to roam, Southoru writer, ct tho South had Thou haat a dearer hiwII ror mo, Hogera & Ijongncckor, who have s- boforo tho war 211 writer." (I'rof. TIuhi nro my native homo." tabllahed a comniltuilou barn and vet Mlnturn, llryant, Texna.) Ak tho toachora who havo your oriuury butdnoMi In Illckmnn, are do What iiioro ia trio tic work could bust tho Daughter! of Uio Coufcdor children's mind nnd heart In their lighted with thu growth of their u loo for tholr fthnplng hnndH to rend to thum "Mc liens. Mr. Hogors Is a practical stock aoy than to Induce or limn nnd Mr. iAingneckcr is a very vorka and a atudy or tho nuthoni, DomiM'R llnUl," nnd tho "Ilattlo KlngH." both written by tho aoldlor lino aurgeon, which ninkes a good Confederate mauy of whom wore nnd poet. Paul Hamilton llayno, or fine combination; nnd wo need mich prldo tho Itoom "The Ilattlo of KIiw'b nu IfiHUtutlon. our children learn with that "tho Unit Ihtplnca of Aniorlam Mountain." by Win. Gltmoro SIiiuub. Mrs. Itncholi Halleck Kwall a well lltiraturo wna not lu Now KiiKland, Do you wish n ntory for your little but nlong tho anuda of tho Che one at tho twilight hour, or u round known Confedortito nurao during the ponko und nonr the tldog of tho tho firokldo nftor mipimrT Thou Civil Wnr, dli-- nt Paris, Ky., Monday Jamra rlvor." rend to )our children tho oxiiuUlto At her requust her homo was drnptnl thoni that whi'ii Irving nnd Ihk'iu "Mltlo Nolllo In TrlRon," by throughout with Confetlorato flags, Tnoh Cooper wcro wrltliu; tholr InlcroatliiB l'aul Hamilton Hnyno, then leave nml hor boly covered with a Confedbooka, John I'ondlotou Konnody, of their young henrta btsiuUfully tender erate flag when plactsl In tho corrin llnltlmoro, n Southoru friend and com by rending ' The Silken Shoo," by rndo of IrvlnK, ami William (lllmoro the homo author Whnt will finally become of the small country town? The post offlc es are being token from them, Uie big stores nrn leaving, tho mail order houses are taking tholr trade, so what will become of them Is now tho question. Cnlvert City Times tb4r UJtonl at a meeting of be following very Interesting pa-l- i fUiumi. of South C'urollnn. wrv It'll-lrmas read recently by Mrit. T. A. iMiunlly M tho ntorlc-- of tho llainlllnn Uio oorH of Uio I'Jiie,""Flri Voice in tho Tho Flrat Illrd In Sprlne! Tho following were granted llcenso or any of tho ikh'iiis In tho aplond to marry in Obion County last weekolumn or 0 pn written at Copto T D Dozler and Uruwnle McDonald Hill, noiir AuguiiHtn, (la., whoro Paul MVx-kln- ",',,u A"!" llcturii.." "Thu tu" aro asleep, yoh onnoblo )our own soul by road- - o'ru Marriage Licenses IW - Jit - i' t Graver Salmon and Ituby I.egute. Kruottt Norninn nnd Knnnle Kvana. Hnol Holcom ami Clani Collins. Dave Cnahon nnd Creaslo Veatch. jry MHflHyu.wmjflEnf BaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBrBMaMMHfci wffUnST 'rrt dHfi' Oonf.-dcrnt- e Iji-uk-- - J im chtl-dnn- nuto-bollu- The chicken entlm; sow becomes an aiuio)liig problem Just at this season Hero bt n remedv stronclv re- commemled by a Courier correspondent us boliiK sallsrnctorv. Save come or the carcasses or tho chickens kill ed by the bows and powder them as completely as poaslblo with cayenne pepper Tho hogs nro then shut up In a tight pon without water and allowed to eat those carcasses. Alfred G., A lilt, 2:19, at Oakwood KENTUCKY THOROUGHBRED. Stock Farm, R. A. Tyler, Prop., Hickman. MxR-no(I- tt Cynthlnnn held a local option e-Some of our farmer friends say Pendleton county held a local opIwtion Tuesday and wont "dry" by the wheat crop In Fulton county Is tion election Tuesday and Uio "drys" 30 Votes not nn tn tlin nnner.il nvoraeo. won b 841 majority. Ahm-olaUo- wt, j, ,.' Vv. .., V. ff- - v.,-"- ,. m. k,4s lUr t : -- -- y R? HI uaa: i.', t;ln, &m lrrz 5 ?V C LCic Kv?' s - n -- 6avl lm -- "'', yKAAi LJ.I X u X s-- o La 7 ? It Cop jrUtit llrt SobftSoer i. Marx Shoe Problem Solved Quality added to value equals the sum of a good shoe. It's just what you get when you buy like a suit that "hangs" any man, but then that clothes that we call the "hang" is a good tailoring, designing and right YOU right; so quality in matter of materials, wif. Mrs. Maggie Lancnstor, wife of A died nt home between W. Clayton nnd Crystnl last Tiiowlay morn lug, April 2d, Hill, rrom nn Illness or tuberculosis with which sho hnd been Hart Schaffner CIO thes 1 & Marx afflicted for more thnn a year. William II. Sowell died nt his homo In Union City Alirll PJ, 1JH1, after an Illness lasting two or three months, resulting from a diseased liver. The Arlington Courier, Its fourth blrUiday. per for Its ago. edited by pa- Button Tha Speed &Mx SHOE lasts-Oxf- have it ; aid it's enough in itself, without the rest to make them worth the price. Let us show you. Suits $ 8 to $25 In We sell these shoes because we know there's a hundred cents' worth of satisfaction with every dollar invested. ords 100 of comfort in every pair. "Natural Shape" "Can't-gap.- " Insteps all "Hugtite" at heel Most Styles $5.00 CROSSETT OXFORDS $3.50, J. T. McDonald, has Just celebrated Mighty good $4.00 Ilonry Johnson, who mndo the Ilrst pair of button shoes died at Lynn, Mass., last week at tho ago of 71 years. Wo try to have each article ndver-tlsed even better than the advertise tneut snyB it Is. Hickman Drug Co. 1 less expensive makes we will show you bright, new, finely tailored suits that will open your eyes when y ou see the prices. They range from $8.50 to $ 6.50. 1 SMITH & AMBERG t LUMBER HoynoldB-Mo- a & Co. -- it njBTll-jTI- 1 l. t OJU gruj t ,r- -. "sr-j- Fi Soda Water Drinks FREE ! Coffee FREE Pickles and Preserves FREE Cakes and Crackers FREE ! Ice Cream FREE ! ! ! The Ladies of Hickman, Ky. are cordially invited to come to Ellison FREE DEMONSTRATION Ice Cream, and Soda Water Drinks from our new Soda Fount, will be served FREE to all lady visitors on that day. MR. ANDERSON, representing the NATIONAL BISCUIT CO., will demonstrate the quality of their cakes and crackers, and serve them free to all visitors. Priday, May 5th of Ice Cream and Soda Water, Cakes and Crackers, Good Coffee, Pickles, Preserves and Canned Goods, on BOCA COFFEE in a Kin-He- e coffee in two minutes time. Coffee Pot will be served free, demonstrating to you how you can make the finest of ALL THE FINEST PICKLES, PRESERVES, etc., put up by the Dodson Braun Co. will be sampled and served freely to show the fine quality of their goods. j ROBIN BRAND OF CANNED GOODS and Package Goods will all be opened and the high quality of their famous brand shown. Come, Eat and Drink Saturday Morning, May 6th at 9 o'clock, we begin our great :L3XT33 03XT RED TAG SALE The Greatest Bargain Event of the Year And Which Will Continue for Ten Days Watch Our Windows and See Hand Bills For Particulars. Ellison l'.A'L.UJHMJH Hickman, Ky, y : grrrnrasM iiA , T revert F Spring III A- - v JU t Q S Th WJU Suits V lu ft fact which mathematics can- - Just blame less nnd nrid. mnm """t " .. ., .X.- ..!..! Aj..u4u, uiuv iuo wore nuociion we snail have bettor rhti.imr, pu.,.w.. wo loavo at homo tho more wo carry lolly as most of their fault nr mn. With U8. . lod fmtn thnlr tlnrnnlx - ... v DI1UUIU VA .... k it . .!.. ' For Men nnd Young Men the ureal homemaker, that "It's onl) mother, anything will do fivn Uie drudgery of housJe? kMtfjillit! a pleasure, und home life u for her'" If the words aro not often forotaate of tin bliss of heuieu One actuullj expressed, the thought Is too cannot get too much love Into oue'n ofu-- acted upon And jet if we stop lloineinukiiiir Inn uiimIIp iu inn.. to think, common decency tells us v' M '" A tlmt oulj the best Is good enough for mother that her devotion, whlcli It sxoius to be difficult In this world aurpussebs all other love. Is desert for men und women to keep a middle, lug of Uie deepest respect and affec1'or one It Is oil tuning and tion, eotir. and that to forget nor is the workliiB, for another all spending andv bUckeet and basest crime that man jihlrkliiK Ami uullher Is happy. Ulo can commit ikim bun m many uilmrlnt) us overwork It is only those llvos lu whlcli Tired mothers! nlways anxious e Libor mid let wire are united Uiat are trulj happy 'Dhu middle course is conomlalng, scheming, planning how thej can manage their detail of do Uio rllit course Prices range $14: to $4.0 lunatic life with litast expense, for children are such u drain ujnin tho Alan can build Uie house and roof of one's time, heart and It lu, u riMbitauoe nHutusl the Htortiis pockoL Tiho mothers doing double arid olemeuts; but the imui with all work, triple work themselves, to save IiIm Huiiius und artisan science canfor thin or that, until tho nerves aro not make the houit; tlmt ever has strained and shattered to a degree aul uor will be the task of woman. unbearable to thomselveti, and partlc It Is hIio alone that can bring to It ularly offensive to others. warmth and boatity. Here she rolgus supntma. There la very little difference THE FISHING "FAN'S" FIRST OPPORTUNITY u prisoner and an automobile The nhlldrun who are accustomed owner both aro known by tholr num to seelnK Uielr mother with her hair ber Instead of by their names 1 ? ml becomingly urrutiKiil and in u pretty are always an object of suspicionnud and who aro theiuBolie com- Uio police. pelled while jouug to pay attention to vXifa No town can havo too much street Utile detnllu of cleanliness and dress; Illumination, at least no town ever Ct VfcWN I will nover grow up into slatternly has too much Sufficient street light men uud women " lng Is a preserver of morals and does vi ir effective pollco duty. Wo would urge -n,?-.j."fva '.v v ij y zj Succor In life does not always Hickman authorities to consider the IZL&fM . mean wealth, fame or position. You question of more adequate street light may be poor In all of theno but you ing We need it for mutual welfare tmr-can be rich In mind and character. tf CH JTv j afT . lift t' The world within jou must be dqvel-otKSee what the cabinet maker saj--s ".-ibefore jou can enjoy the world tn this Issue. A3&M without jou. If jou have wealth put ybLsass some of It Into brnlu power and you ran nowr lone If jou are poor jou Meiigel Does Things. cannot afford to be poor In both mind and pocket You can haie tho wenlUi of n trained mind and a noble The Mongol Hot Company does chnrartor things In tho proper style A few weeks ngo they purchased Condemn jour ohlldren only when a 10,000 aero tract of Umber about thoy lire really wrong, und then as G5 miles below Hickman at what .s gently on Ktible, but bo sure to known as Craig's Landing, which tim commend them whon thoy do right ber will bo used at their Hickman A logging railroad and com A Uttlo prnUo with n child goeti u plants. long waye A child may be lory pro plete outfit of logging machinery, con- oklng. but not wilfully bad Attrib ststlng of looomoUves, logging cars, uting bad mollutt to a thoughtless sklddors and loaders, will bo UBcd in child luui ruined manj a llttlu life moving this Umber to tho bank of tho river. This equipment Is at Hickman ready to bo moved to this tract as soon us the river gets back to its normal stage. Instead of the usual waj of taking caro of the mon and stock by erecting houses and barns, tho men Phone and stock will be taken care of in what is known as a camp train This camp train will consist of din ...... lng cars, sleepers nnd sitting cars for tho whites nnd a like equipment THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS MAKING TOILET SOLDIERS for negroes, the stock will also be quartered lu cars built for this pur Boys In Blue at San Antonio The Buiinen of Sittinn Out. pose, and the office will nlso bo on Hve Few Comforte of Horn. Water for man and beast I Was Cured by Lydia 0. Pink-ham- 's wheels M D. lly I.OU18 UAMMAN. will be handled and carried In two Compound Vegetable ounulf to Vim miiM nddrr large tank cars, making a total of 19 Wnurika, Okla. "I had female trou- cars in tho train. These cars have the tnU of sltlliiK outdoor day You bles for seven years, was till rundown. ufti-- r ila.v iihmi fnlilifully una so nervous j. a capacity of 60,000 pounds und are iiiiiKt miiUi' It jour cniiHtiint " could not do any now onrouto to Hickman As soon , ft to It mill stick j thing. Tho doctors as tho cars nrrlvo at this branch, l"ll money for HiuiikIi treated mo for difIf Jim do mil Ki't tho Idon It ferent things but they lll bo convorted into sleepers, (Irmly set lu did iuo no good. I diners, etc, and then will bo trans of continuous got so bad that I fored to tho trnct of timber with tho jour mind jou will not succeedn could not sleep day other equipment. lly rot ' muiiu folng down In nr nliiht. While In clinlr In tho froth nlr bod or By having this kind of equipment, tldsconditinnlrond upend miy time ou are not to of Lydia 11 Iink-- h tho mon nre nlwnj-- s right with tho In n cloned room except when mi's Vogetublo work as tho camp train Is moved C o in p o u n it , nun balhlni; or diesslnu or eating. Ik can its uso and from one part of tho tract to tho i Item nil the time Take no uxor-- ) lMnkliiim for nihil o. In other as tho work moves along This doctor wrototoMrs else or work until jour n short tlino I li.nl gained lnyiiM'rago 1b a great advantage over the old tells von -- no wnlklnp. no Htaml weight und nm now strong and well. stylo way of taking caro of men and lug no rumbling, no riding, no It. 1 . D., c. -- Mrs. Sali.ii. Sti vi housework, no olllce stock In logging on a large track of drhliiK. no 8, Jlox 31, Wnurika, Okla. vlt-It- t land. work no elmrifi no tilpt. no Another Grateful "Woiunn. no Knocking about, no odd In tho beginning thoro will be built Huntington, ilass. "1 was Inn tier, vous, run dow n condition und for three seven und a half miles of railroad Jolit. no exertion of an kind no help. Put journelf at rest In the open j cars could Andpresent good iiealtli to and tho building will continue unUl "1 ovvo my air after liretikfiut and Htay d nil tho timber has been moved Lydia li l'inkli.un's Vegftablo there Do not he fore or Jump-Innnd lllood ruriller which 1 doing Utile things up and saved my life. nhout the houte or fetchtim nnd Hickman Furniture-- Co, headqunr "My doctor knows what liolped mo Uierj morning sit mrrjliii! nnd does not say ono word against It. ters for anything In furnlturo Mrs. Maui .Tanette Bates, Box out, eerj iiflernoon nit out; 134, Huntington, Mass. out) eietilni: after supper sit It.xvmsn vmir I'ilsil is .1 illtllClllt 011C The Courier unintentionally omitted out or lie lu your outdoor lied T. J (Jerry) Malono, ono of tho doctors having- dono jou no good, do last week tho nnmo of It II Rrovnrd Qlift not continue to sufTer without giving bost salesmen In the state, has acas ono of tho Burvlvora of tho first d Lydia B l'lnkhain's Vegetable cepted a position salesman for tho company of soldiers to loavo Hick n trial. It surely has cured Hickman Wagon Co. as man fifty years ago. Mr. Urovard There will be preaching at Sprlug many (Cases of f emtio ills, such ulceration, displacements, Evory sort of Tollot Brush for tho wns tho only ono of tho survivors Vnlloy Church tho first Lord's day ilbrold tumors, irregularities, pcrlodio man or woman. Hickwho was wounded, nnd ho sorved lu May All members aro asked to pains, backache, that bcarlngIown man Drug Co. teoliug, and nervoua prostration. gallantly throughout tho conflict. prosont. W. L. King. bo Is For younger men and for their cldcr.i, wc feci tlmt llys shop is a point of greatest interest just now. Since you must buy n Spring Suit, there is every reason why you should buy it now and why you should buy it here. Our suits this season have earned distinction by their excellent quality and style. And you are not expected to accept any garment that is not satisfactory in every way. Never let a jsrloiauco Htand .over '"I" " night, boUer wiurlflco jour prldo than . your peace of mind. I " J There la no earthly tie so strong or so saored as that of motherhood Neer think jou can ufford to be Society Is hold together by social dowdy tit home CUIe BodoUes are bound by Cleanliness, hair tie veil dressed, and h umile will make money and oatlm These obligations calico look like silk lu Uio eyes of a are like girths of steel, yet one hold father or btoUier like the marriage bond when Inviolat- ed and unpolutcd by vile theories iimken ...., hivuw, erciso tho strlcttut charity, for verily "Charity doth cover a. miihmuln nf -- .l.U -- .tt&r ' Ue farmer while prosperity shines brightly 'round his poultry quarters when fenced with iirEAITH n nnd peace join hands to bring ll.nnnitioca In tlio 4 n ' "Pittsburgh Perfect" Poultry and Garden Fence In quality of material, method of construction, durability with real sen-icas well as in distinctive appearance, Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence stauds first. e 4 nt piece of metal" Opn feuce's strongest parts. "One solid aptly phrase; it Through the hardest usage, ' Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence stands erect, even and Grm. I If trlli Wire, made from our own formula and ptrfectlr salran-lied with pura line (the only galvanliing- - metal abtolutelr ru.l proof), itronirtt, touihrit and met laitinff fence wire pouible to manu. lacturc, and it uiedczdutUelr in "PITTSBURGH PERFECT" Fence. U Ihe Electrically Welded the the joints, these are i For FIELD, FARM, RANCH, LAWN. "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence perfectly meets the most exacting requirements. POULTRY PURPOSES Millet & Alexander J& T$ Jk, J&ifrjJ&JkAii(L4i !!ws&&&r& ci. l ca Kn, PT.UlULJllU,LiH.LUiH.LItiltHUil1,LUilLl,Ulmf YOUR YOUNGSTER WILL KNEEL... t i7MT HELD W. A. Dodds J ra -- ..i. S s L m n d ia. admiration of the flour that produces that delicious bread, cake or pie he so dearly loves. Mothers who use our EXCELLENCE or WHITE SWAN flour are surprised and delighted at the heartiness of the children's appetites and their freedom from ordinary Ills. Try a sack your self. The children will cat a lot more, and that's better than buying medicine. In C. B. Travis PVrTrT7111'n1Tl'nfT'f1fTl,1'TT C5 ST. LOUIS HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. arll't OIinn 20 AFTER FurnishinffCo. INCORPORATED ,e5cr 7 YEARS Sells It For Less Linoleums Cloth Carpets Window Shades Laco Curtains Curtain Polos Refrigerators Ice Boxes Ranges Stoves Lawn Swings Porch Swings Porch Chairs Porch Sottoos Porch Stools Ico Cream Frcezors Water Coolers Hammocks Wardrobes Chlfforobes Sewing Machines Bed Springs Mattress cs Pillows OH f... " ........' 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Frost, candidate for State will speak at the following places on the folio wins dates: Hickman, Saturday, May 13; Cayco, Saturday, May Cth; Water Valley, Saturday, April 1; Clinton, May 2, and llayfield, May IS. A number of appointments are yet to bo made. Senator JUDGE WISE Business Philosopher y$R3. "Many a man would bo up against It If he had to furnish proofs of his accomplishments," says the Judge "hut tho Hickman Drug Co. can prove up every deal when it comes to Pre aurlptlous and Drugs" I Tf See Our Agent Saad Salamy 1 for high grade GOAL OIL and GASOLINE ( , Lowest prices and prompt delivery. Absolutely uniform. Crixro TJ . Trial INDIAN REFINING CO. EVANSVILLE I fcj Your Home JtjVJjF tSv h &mi 1 gr Correct and Artistic Decoration at Moderate Cost. 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If you use the 13 ell service you are in the center of the entire Hell system, connecting with over five million telephones and every lmporatnt city and town In the United States, Cumberland Telephono &. Telegrapl Company, Incorporated. ad A happy homo does not result from A large amount of love, plenty' of good senso and a vory little monoy will mako a happy Homo Circle a large Income. ahd Democratic twites were vou remained silent told quite frequently at IXHllsvllle, the rommlttw nK the time the last, that the primary call wa.s not In proper form and thit It must be abo-In- t. Iy legally drawn because 8enator rvnt-Intended to Institute a suit In the courts enjoining the hoWlnir at the n.itorlal primary; that it would not b rt.me by him openly, hut by some other p. rwn who reslly would be act I air In his Interest and ths.t It would be said, of fmirw that Senator Javnter knew nothing alMMit It: that a primary was entirely natlnfaetory tn him My Record. Senator I'aynter says In his cord of announcement that I am a member of a gieut committee of the Huun and the l. ojile of the state can not alford to sijore my services from the House, and Unit I will still remain a member of the during his term as senator. The sight of the fact doubtless Iw-- s lhat the term of congrmt for which I am elected expires at the same time that the senatorial ottloe which he now holds expiree: and of course the atem-n- t lhat I would remain a memlier of Congress Is untrue and made by the Senator either T'jr the purpofe of the rxuple of Kentucky or without the knowledge of the fact that a member of congtvtw ii. only el'cted for two yirs. It In fellow citizens, gratifying In the to know tint after a service ixtreme of cJght yenrs In the House In trying time, when grewl rtnd oppression were s bitterlnx nt the verj- entrance, when grtut and corrupt, wvre crowding-eerhull, when nicaaures uffrotlng the nunc liner.-- ! were many ana complex, th.it ni opnonent can not find one flaw i i my reoord, and was forced to urg whv I should not be sent to at a -itif iit. that I had pioved too faithful No greater tribute could In the Nou . he pay me, no greater compliment would I seek than the admission that the eye of the critic and the enemy could find no fault and he was forced to this admission And yet fhla argument simply means that to prove worthy of a trust Is to lw denied greater trust, to prove ea pable Is not to be promoted, and to prove faithful Is not to find reward People of Kentucky can well say. "We want the servlcet of such a man who tuts rliwn so high and holds such a prominent position In the ranks of bis party to act for the whole state; for the good of the rest of the state why circumscribe the services or sucn a man to the narrow limits of a single district, why not let nich trood service! come to all Kentucky alike" The argument the Senator makes u that because a member of has been oapable and worthy and prominent In the house, he should lie kept there, would have kept Henry Clay out of tha senate, wouia nave Kepi james it Heck In the houte. would have kept John J rritendsn representing a dlrtrfct. would hive kept John O ParllBle aotlng for the H'xth Kentucky district, would have kept J hn C Dreckenrtdge In the house and Joseph C B Blackburn representing the niana nismci wmie ine uenator ad lrcses this argument to the people of the whole etnte. It Is the only one In my Judgment, bv which the Senator could have ever been elected to the Senate, and I presume for tliat reason it Is near and dear to him While my own dlstriot might demand that T should remain In Dm? house vet It delights me beyond expression to know that I am supported by the Dem ocrats of that great llstrtct aa no othet candidate presented bv It has been withThey are unselfish in mv knowledge enough, they are generous enough to support me In this ambition to represent the whole Commonwealth, Including themselves, tn the United States senate Never Had a Senator. The First congressional district of Kentucky Is the Gibraltar Democratic dlstriot of our state It furnishes 10,000 to lS.oor majority on election day, it u the bulwark to blch Domocrfccy looks la lbs ! ted States Senatorshrp was excluded from the primary In direct violation of Democratic doctrine, and platform promts. for almost a quarter of a contury. The Senator still sat silent as be says, I prtvmrne still bollevlng, "that any action takeu would be with a view to ouuewrvlng the bout lntoreats of bis party " And, yet, he must have known, and I charge that he did know, that such action as this was and undemocratic and was st&hblng Democratic hopes to the vory heart. And, yet, he remained silent, still be lieving, as be tells us, that the actiau the committee should take would be to brt "conserve the Interests of the party." Senator Paynter baa never favored a primary election, and today h dragged unwillingly before the proud electorate of tho Commonwealth to submit his claims for their conft dence and approval and his candidacy Senator Payn to tholr arbitrament. tar was not the choice of the people of Kentucky whn he was olected t the Senate; he Is not the choice of the people of Kentucky now. 1 believe 1 am well within the bounds of reason and truth when I say that Senator Paynter could not have polled, when he was elected to the Senate, mora than one vote out of tire In Kentucky Svnator Blackburn. But the Senator dodgea tho proportion v hi n he statra It is to state vvH.ir hi preference was as to trie noml-- i itlon of the candidate for slate officer I die t'nltnl Mutes Senate Senator. I am no mlnJ reader, but I know your fr-noan the nvple of Kentucky h ri iw whit It Is There was a time wtw-ir m nereiiXHrr for you to act vv hen " m.KTatte platforms were txnr tram-.- i ac-amunrx-evssar- y i i f -n time ot battle, find yet this great has novtr been honored In all the l.lstoiy vf the Democratic party for more with the solectlon than hundred of one of her sons as the noinlnt-- e of the Democratic party The district In which Senator Paynter now Ilvee has furnished from Kentucky Congressman Ollie M, James a I'nlted States senator tlmo since Kenfor of the tucky was ndmltted Into the t'nton. And I submit to a fair democracy that It i Delivers Opening Address only Just that the U braltar democrntle time district of the stiito should tor one nomat Nicholasville In more than a eenturv bo given the of the ination as the standard-bearp- r Democratic party for the I'nlted States jrou our senatorshlp have LARGE CROWD HEARS ORATOR voti-- In all We strugglesgiven all these for the years without complaint Wc submit to the falrmlndedness of the people of tha Address Was in Interest of His Can- whole state. that tlds request la more than reasonnble It It true I am a memdidacy For the United States ber of the great committee upon Way In Race Against and Means, the tlrst Democrat to hold Senator Paynter. the place from Kenturkv since the days of rVirlMe of Heck, of Ilrvckenrldg and fought m way to the of Montgomery NIobolasvllIo, Ky. Congressman nt tHxtrlng the M. James, candidate for the frontpeople's rights. stalnlis Iwnncr tho If I have endeared Democratic nomination for United mvself to mv colleagues. It was i a Democrat and a lover of the States Senate against Senator T. I In Juttlce to all rights of If. Paynter, oivoned his campaign In humanity. men. a anJ that I bore no whitewash this city Monday. Tho largest crowxl brushes nor flag of truce to the IV'PUb In the history of Jessamine county was 'lean In town to hear the big orator of West Appreciate Paynter's Compliment. ern Kentucky. After an Introduction While I appreciate greatly the high by Senator B. M. Arnctt, Mr. Jajucs compliment my unwilling op(onent pays me In saving that I night to 1h kept In spoke as follows: can not spare the house, that the Senator Paynter states that ho did me from lhat forum. I can not say for him that he ought to be kept In the. sennot undertake to take any action rela- ate Tho senate tc dt Is the one tive to Influencing member of the aralnst which the stgh of the people rock for State Executive Committee about call- relief breaks It Is the Suet stand of ing a primary or taking any action plutoerao It Is the rendezvous of e the It It lair of rvlative to selecting nominees for the vested Interests: people the Krtltucky need greed The of United States Senate. He says ho one who will tight for them, one who Is thought any action they should take their friend and unafraid. would be with a vlow of conserving The Democrats of the Senate Repudiate Paynter. the best Interests of the party. As to Senator Paynter arks tho Democrats of wlwihor he undertook any action or mt not, It Is a fact well known to the Kentucky to approve Is record, and yet th.it people of Kentucky that uvory close with a shirking attention almost ahunelMof to those he falls to call xjtxhuU friend of his, together with his political record which nave tarts brought light tho Democrats from the district in him Into the white people of public attenttu ion. He asks the which he lives or did live, vot.4 approve hit record, and of Kentucky the yet when against Including the raoe in tho pri- Pavne Aldrich tariff bill was under conmary, and after a primary had been sideration with Its S schedules whtoh ordered fur all State olllcora the Uni- oppreta humanity, with the unlimited I Jls-trt- OPENS CAMPAIGN yrs three-rourt- lp 01-H- o be-a- Nier irty e cor-r-at- A man might bribe situated Lorimer by ambition, but he who uriDes or n bencflt. usually gets some ro"rn-Anyet tho most dangerous toive mat today threatens tho American Ivopto course, i i brllxir of that very sort Of do not believe that IMs billwry occurred knowledge or consent, without Lotim" and I hesltato to think that Senator I am con Pavnter believes It, strained to think that it he believed ll. he would have called for Lorimer to taxu the stand and lire his hand and U sworn .ind say whether or not he had auy knowledge of this bribery Lorimer Not Sworn as a Witness. But the fact that lor. Imer was there at Springfield, during the time tills briUvry occurred, notwithstanding he was rooming slid In constant commuiueatlon wtth the men wh-- j were accused i f having committed the bribery he w s i ot et when the honor of tb ttaie. tho honor of the I oiled s at slake, w hen the v wry ion wi r of Senator Payntr himself flake, when the honor of Lorimer was never once at Issue. Senator asked the accused Senator rrom !HiikI. d William Lorimer. to ftka the stand lift his hand to be swom to tell the truth, cnn.-ll.ithe whole trtiih relative lo his wllh this affair Why ww he not laced witness stand? Senator f'aynteron the that he retlgntsl from tho state Ualltngrr committee because lie was srk and had not nn opportunity to Mr Balllnger Setmior Patnter was sick for two days, the Balling' r Investigating committee wma In settsion for Ave months Balllnger was upn the stand for eight days; he could have ben recalled at any time, aa Senator lV '" ter well knew for the purpose of atVinr t Ami him any question he desired the Senator resigned frenr the committer because he cotikt not ertws examine him affect the honThe Balllnger rate dkl or of the senate. It affected the property of the iieople It did tot affect the hooor of Senator IMynter as a member f thr senate It sfferied the grtttt natural re eour.-ieople After resigning of from the committee because he did mil h,M an oiitwirtutvttv lo i ros4 examiae Balllnger, its he Mlti. he sits for weeks and moh upon the 1vrtm-- r ease with the wh.de Republic ringing with ehargee f bribery against htm and never once e aild to him. "Uirlwer. ytu must sworn The honor uf your country It at take, my honor It at Make, your honor is a stake Tell us. dkl you know of this bribery But Senator JTynti made his report smearing Lorimer with whitewash and wiring Uutt he boarded at the Young Men's Christian AssuoUtton building and was alright n 1$t7& S&&$ fin 11 III CotnliVI ttet WC ZletMiaitC.--- . S The Old Cabinet Maker says : The Hickman Furniture Co. is the tt e te Brass Beds, Davenports, place for first-clas- s Parlor Suits, Bedroom Suits, Porch Furniture, Lawn Swings, etc. They also carry the fincit line of Felt Mattresses to be teen at any store. f HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCOIIPOIUTKD UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Poit Office I vise swearing. It he swore falsely Was It because Lorimer did not know hew many mors conscience strtekea men would come forward and Implicate him as these four or seven men had doive. fearing the criminal courts of the land. He s 'ugh: to be excused from testifying as lo the integrity of his own election, the purtt) of Ms own action, the honor ot his own state. Democrat of tha Senate Repudiate Wat Lorimer Afraid? Why dkl not Ixlmrr take the stand? Was It because when he sworn he would be tuujeot to prosecution for perjuri or iion I wh.-- u lluu - lob-bl.-- 1 rr"n conj-res- aska the people of Kenluiky to enderwe his anion hers, as a member of the Senate. A etnutr rv quest this Is when the Senator aimeetf con mlssiotieit by his coUnigu In tiie senate rlalmcd tu them to have heard aM the teatlmony ami to have rendered a These men JiSt and righteous verdict dug deep into the facts, they delved far Into the record, titer rend it all. tfiejr rvrd It all ami they would not da what OLLIE M. JAMES, Senator Paynter asks the people uf Ken-- t nKjr to da. ittat It. ttvtorse Ids reewrd right of debute and amendment which exBut Ineteiid. hit Iemocntlc eHUeagu ists In the sena'e with the vested Interests writing these outrageous schedules tn spite of the oumradetblp and amtty of that of taxation Into this law, the Senator that exists between member In spite of the apttls de by never opened his mouth In opposition to the oppressive schedule which effect the two to one his own IVecnucratlo fetisms things mm nettled In the homes of our In the senate dlsapiieured Ids rttMKd and people The farmer was bring taxed, the mid that Lorimer ought to be driven from laborer was being taxed the merchant, the senale the mechanic, tbn buslenw raas, and yet Let ua call the roll and ten whs etod the Senator with weeks sjxl jSwwtru of by Senator Payajtrr for Istrlrner iMr time at his dUpou iurtng ihu Jnmrs then rVad and ennimented upimi V Jl SaaaLaaCas- atfares!rBT-I was In f the senate Ion never rose to point out to the senthe roll eall ate and to the country three wrongs that whea in vote was takeii Senator Payntsr that were t'tng attempted upon 'he and saw It all I e upon tho things most titling In the seat - uiileil by Beck, by American needed by ttw-- n llut not so when Lori Clay, men wlv lie.i ,,,i itted por. men mer. the "blond boss" from Chicago, the who had n t,..-an- e of Dlmty w hen they were ue Republican millionaire, the man who of the voted for the force bill to reduce southas barriers In rormtitlon I saw ern representation, to place back upon Senator l'.trter le.nrlng his light; beOuggesiheVn, the white peojne of the South the black side him were I rule of negro donUnattoa, and who voted of Colorado, and the st ind pal crowd. to unseat Democrats, who were elected Official Records. by the voice of the people from southThe people are Inter. -- I. d In the ufflclst ern stati. Yc when korimor, who was of their puWn ..rvanit, and ui h elected by corrupt methods, the like of reeonl a record U a i.gniHie niijMi of iu whtoh has never disgraced any other assembly, with the poMlbte exception ot cuation. analysis and inspe.iton. and this light. I leslre to call la the Quggenhelm, who bourht his sent In Col orado this man Lorimer, who said In attention of the people of Kentucky the upon the floor of the senate reoord of Senator Iboniaa II Paynter 1 his speech dlsclotea that he voted aa Aid rich did, Aldrich believe this reeonl denioarsry thit he does at the state was his leader and when the bells rana not represent the for the vote he went Into the senate sni that ho It retrogressive not progressive, did not ask. "Is It rlghtr or "Is It that he It tainted with protroilonism. wrongr "Doea the bill t&x humanity, or INCUItl'OllATKI) Payrrter't Vote on Iron Ore. does It relievo their burdens?" But h for a tax of He voted on May II. only aked the brutal question. "How V i Aldrich vote? I vote aa he votea." When ten per cent ad valorem upon Iron or was under ill. The proteotlou Republicans In the house this man's title to a Payne and John custlon In the senate upon a report which headed by Sereno I Senator Paynter helped to make, tha Dalzell, lwllevt-i- g as they dkl that they Kentucky Senator found time to speak had a right to enrich men by law at tho for hours In the defense of this man. who expense ot all the rest, did not have the was elected by these corrupt methods, effrontery to plare a tax uon this artl Lie. And In the bill passed by the Hunts who stands for everything that oppresses mankind, who Is the agent of the framed by these gentlemen Iron ore was made free but when It got to the sensyrtem. The Senator for hours, tn th name of Kentucky and repreewnting her ate, this material, whlrh goes Into the manufacture of every wagon, harrow, proud people, spoke In defense of Lorl-mAnd yet, follow citizens, this same plow, stove, farming Implement, kitchen Senator ruimer. who was elected by this utenalle Is taxed 10 per cent ad valorem, corruption, a corruption so glarinr and and Senator Paynter cast his vote for ou'mgeous that four men, conscience this Increased duty, a protective duty stricken, who took bribes went forward pure nnd simple a duty wmoh added 1J and confessed. Implicating three other per cent to the wealth of the Steel trutt members of the legislature who, they whlrh owns practically all the Iron ore tnld rorrupted them, making seven In In the I'nlted Slates, and made Impost!-W- e free Iron ore from (Tuba, Canada and all nut Senator Paynter says you should deduct the seven from the lot.il number other countries, for the use of Independof votes, and If IVrlnier had a majority ent manuf'ieturers of steel and Iron- who of those remaining then he was entitled might compete wllh the Steel Trust and Snow Flour. to his sent No wonder the Republican Increased the price of every article to senate createa a piace ror tho kenatnr the extent or 10 !er cent which the con upon the committee of the Judiciary, It sumers, fanners, mechanics and houseBest Meats in city, fresh Is a wonder they do not elevate him to holders have to pay This vote It and Inexcusable In my Judgment, the supreme court of the United States Full line of Curtis Bros. for the holding that he mode. In my Judg- -' nnd If I had teen In the seriate I would ment, would not find respectable approval have voted to have It placed free, because anywhere The Idea of saying that a I would have represented the people who Canned Goods, to please. man may become a candidate for oltlco consume the article made from Iron ore and may go forth and bribe the uumbjr and would not have voted for the trust of all kinds. down to whfe he has n majority of whlrh manufactures Iron and steei, and those unbrlbed and get the office It the owns tho Iron ore beds In this country announcement of a doctrine that would Full line of Heinz's, Hit Pair With Quggenhelm. undermine (he Republic and mike the HenMor Paynter, according to the Consenate, more than It Is now. the bulwark gressional Record, had a general ptlr ot plutocracy, bribery and corruption Bay there are a hundred members In the with Senator Blmon (luggenhelm, of Col. orado. But I find from the record of the legislature, ind say that I hive W honvotes upon the tariff bill that Ourgen-helest men who are for me and my oppovoted when he pleased and Senator nent has 74 who are for him, all I have to do, according to the doctrine of the Paynter wiien absent was without a pair receive Senator, the doctrine he If Ouggenheim pleased to vote, but the personal distinguished shows no complaint upon Payn-te- r Involked to hold Irlmer tn his seat, Ii Recordpart when he allowed the near to go and bribe 43 of the men who are of to for him, and then you subtract 49 from three millionseven Kentucklansvote go unby a pair the total number of 74, and 26 being a represented, Vote on Lead Ore. remaining 25, I will bo majority of his Hit entitled to the seat One-ha- lf of .he pec-piOn May 7. lrXW, an amendment waa ofwould have been disfranchised and fered by Aldrich by which the duty upon bribery, brutal, corrupt and Impudent lead and lead bearing ore of all kinds would have triumphed and the member was placed at 1H cents per pound, whlrh Phone they desired elected. Is eqdal to tW per ton Quggenhelm, Senator Paynter's pair, voted and SenLorl mer a Speeches In Kentucky, was not The speeches of Senator Irlmer an, ator Paynter was recorded aspair vot lie without Did today being circulated through Kentucky ing, and Paynter authorize aQuggenhelm Bonator In every county In It, speeches paid for to epeeches circulated under glnovote uoon questions ime lend ore and by Lorimer. the frank of Lorimer at government ex- Wa ore. and other things out of which pense, sent out by Lorlmsr for the pur- upon(Quggenhclm's) fortune Is made and Ueual Burvlct-- next Sunday mornwhlrh lie wanted to levy a tax upon pose of aiding Senator Paynter, and I am tha American people" If not. Informed and charge It to be true that Senator Panternot repudiate In whv did ing nnd overdng nt tho Methodist the the State of "Kentucky" was printed senate auggeulieim wlio was paired open Church by tho pastor. Sunday School with upon the envelopes that enclosed these htm and In violation of the pair voted at 9:1G a. m. lie holds services also ep'oehee, and the mailing list n ho absent If sending them out was one furnished by while him, wns did violate he wis paired every Friday evening at 7:45 In tho and wtth the pair or did Senator Paynter, This Is Lorimurism At Paynter tempted here In Kentucky attempting :o Kentucky allow go the confiding people of Chapel In East Hickman. A cordial unrepresented even by to Influence the selection of a United States a pair? Invitation la given for all Uicao senator In a Demoaratfo primary, using Hit Vote Upon Scrap and Pig Iron. the United States malls for the purpose, ond yet this, we may be told, Is some of On June 25, 1909, an that unseen Influence, so far aa neuator offered striking out the amendment was tariff Mty of Paynter Is concerned, that was used to 12 W a ton on wrought and easT scrap elect Lorimer, That men were bribed In Iron and scrap steel, whtoh, as stated by o Homcmber If you havo surplus Springfield, Illinois, no man denies, and Senator Burkett In the debate; Ii (he yet Senator Paynter and his fellows samo as pig Iron nnd an Identical term or anything to sell, or want to would have us believe that the;- - wen Senator Paynter again wis rocordod n bribed by some unknown and untecn not voting, and his regular pair, Senator buy anything, our want column will basd without the knowledge or onr.aexK ot QuCTenh4m. was recorded at voting do tho work. Only lo a word. Senator .r-e- n. pri-Pl- Pjynter Paynter'i Report. $15.00 ln teehHt-oalltl- nl 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. I'', rat The Everything You Want Grocer Flake . ""- - te the and tender. the celebrated guaranteed Fresh Vegetables 57 varieties. Deliveries Prompt our Telephone orders attention. e MATHENY BROS. & PLANT 74 u-- b. Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src Jit Courier Office. See samples. pro-duc- IMMMMMMMM ijtim: '. Jjs-U..v .si )''.' F. E. CASE & SON "?..' Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware, Glmiware and Tinware Standard Gas Engine Oil Free Delivery Ctlnat th arnendrrwnt The amxl ur- - would have lUteotwl thi IHSiV r. pron that have mailo Mr. auKKMihrfni miiiioiuiro. and ho It not to l blamed tir trio personal Interest of a public official is allnnr.1 to control above lilt oi'h nnj hie public duty) for vutlruj to ettrleh ""' of the ooiummln PUMlc V Jim ,j, inquiry j tttin to make 5iwll.erc w" Pnrnter and whr .not Tim." whom vo, tnr thi nmcnilmcntt lth wa he ps.lrr.1T There Ii none announr! for him Pynter't Vote on Cash Reglttert. On June , 'lurj. an trr.erHlrmiit wts orrorfd rndurlnu irra duty from per cent to It tw rent upon cash registers arx? Hritor I'ayntrr tcaJn was wun atui sir Uuxmtnhdm n la nte Mae ind the following J have a imlr with the senior senator from Kentucky. Mr I'avntor I transfrr that to the senator from neiaware. Mr Puputit. and vote I vute w . It would from thi tint when UuKenhlm dertrnl h paid utter- no 'Btton to tlw and It trans-ferrIt to some abtit inllHtHwIru like Uupont and Ihvn oast hit own vote In contrwHlonal and srtutitrUl parlano. lransfarra.1 Senator 1'aynter to a dud italr. but I have esmlBl llw 7rirMoal bvItrotnt and find no bain made Senator IMynter f iranafenvi about by auifrenhatm to I)u aa th exljritolt of the oeeasWm font infrrit rtiuirr doraetr.ent oftlre he alreitdy held to thnt of Ihc one he tooK So let us hear no more about en My My record 8ntor ln u,j abnt lar.-ua- e ilr atrr :lr d emu-pUI- rrlc .,..:. Wr - "' .vcci ,U33BS VNW V tj i - ' viP j J rwi vuit 111 arv m V 1 &&&&. w W " U4 w z II Jurw M Khvti the qutittun liimL-ctnn up on frr K. r. Benelor (aynter " brnt and Hut voting end Hucven-heln- t on th( vote announrwl a pail, but lid mi lranrrr It imI nowhr elated n 'W Im would Imvc votrO If Krtvutor 1 avrit- - r had prrat-n- l It mlirlit have -un thai aM.hHm wmiW hat vomt tir lumiwr at lmt MkHuw - of no Ule that nr1 frr linnber nonx- ttuia i Mr OiiirvnkHin i4l hi pronla ilia I he would liave votfl f.ir free lumber at he dkl o have th courace tu My he would have tolert n.l thai (Vnatcr IMvnter aralnet It uid Mte volmt aralnM rrre lumber r The Iteeunl doe net iMeeloie, Pr wae a peotMle marie Vy the In natWnal r.nvn-M.tt- i rv ai IVnver In K Saiaier IVivnlrr tr a there and dhl not oppnM It tie we in honor bound to enwori It ret h did not rote Paynter'e Vote on Wire Halle, Barbie-Wire- , On l- Free Lumber. fr lrn a member of Congroe I familiar to tha peoplo of Kentucky I am proud of It. proud of It bcoauao It I Democratic, becauao It I upon the peo pl ( !de. boon u mi It keep, .acred Dcmo cratle platform promltc And what a contra. t Kentucky pre.entod In tho two great Inve.tigatlon tlmt were conducted In tho lat one. the Investigation of the Irlmer in which Senator Paynter appwired oa tho chief, defender of thl gentleman, the other the cae of Itlchard A Ilalllngrr a member of the President' CAblnrt I wa. on thi. commltteo and did not reilirn from It a. Senator Paynter did I stayed at my post and worked for month. I knew that million and billion, of dollar, of the people' property wa nt .take. I knew that Alaska, the great .ton-hou- r left to the American people, had at It. verv throat the uiwr'i-helMorgan jvndli-QtI worked there with tnv colleague, and what wa tho We drove out of the Prutdi-n- f onbln-- t an unfaithful public ecrvant. The Itepiibllean. wiild not have elected tne on tlte conniltie I waa elected by mv eour-InDnmooratlc cnlleHgne In iwuriis, more vol lhan any other one and pl.ce.1 In nomination by Cliaror Clark The ttopubllcaiv would have f lected men who love whitewash rather than light Mv reoord on that committee I. one In wht. h I take prtdr It take couragr lo aland out and right for the peoBlerlvhia. unearth wrong, uncover grel, and Hrip from corruption It mnik To do IW II renulre a genuine Democrat otie who would rather repro-en- l the penni than to lt In the henlgn nnhln of the .mtlea of the power, thlt . Record. ce, protection, which is but another way of uiklnj; money out of tho pocket of all the poopla through tho form of law to maka Umi pockuta of othur poople bulge and thulr fortunes grow Into tlut millions. The moro I aco of ttds Indefensible rule under tho fonns of law calUd tariff, tho moro willing 1 am to concede tho exoovdlrut wisdom of Alexander Hamilton, who tnoro than a hundred year ago declared tltat you could tax tho cont off of a man' back If you did It Indirectly and ho would not complain. The wrong of tho tariff doe not top wht-- It take from the pockota of all tho pcoplo to mulch tho few, but It Kid to extravagance, to recklessness In tho expnridlturu of tho people' money. My Attitude on the Income Tax U-rpro-tcotln Wo are authorized to announce-8- . We are authorlzen to announce A. NOIIMAN, of Mrtyfield, as a candidate for W. A. FROST, t t State of Wlngo, a candidate for the Stat Senato from the district composed of Senate from tho district compose tho counties of Graves, Fulton and Hickman, subject to tho action of tho Democratic Primary Election, on July 1st, 1911. of tho counties of Fulton, Hick, aa and Graves, subject to tho action tho Democratic Primary Election o July 1st, 1911. SUTHERLAND'S EAGLE EYE ' t Dp. Bell's AntisepticSalve Good for all Skin Diseases. Quettlon. - I have always bollevcd In an Income Stationery and blank books tax, because It I a lust way to distribute the burdens of tho government. tho & French's. Thoao who are most prospered by a government ought to bo willing to pay the most to maintain tt It waa a lax that waa good enough for tha fathor who framed tho government, goal enough for thoo w!k mado It groat, good enough for Abraham Lincoln with which to maintain the war between tho State. In fact. It I a law which came from Heaven, for the Master announced It better than any mortal ever haa when he called for a utne or the earning of all to maintain the chnrch. to succor rha wrldow and orphan. ; How I Stand on the Direct Election of ; tie The Amendment Senator Paynter Offered. Senator Paynter tell ui In hi. card of arnxmnoemMri that ho Introduced In, the RviMt an amendment, which never paMN, In which he ougnt to nave the government to furrU.h olllolaj lnforma-tlaa to the amount of agricultural product In Um hand, of tho manufacturer, with a view of ribltng the farmer, lo know what would be the nevary OVtnaiMl of the manufacturer, for the eroCM In the hanla of the producer. Yet lb Senator negleeled lo m). and being quite Brnrroti myaelf I will presume he forgot II. that the amendment he offered -n previously dnifteO by Hon had ('anipbdl Cantrlll and pajw-- in tho Damoeralc caueu. In the IIoum. where I Idd Mr Cantrlll mvaelf In aecurlng IU adoption I merely give tht. Information In tha Internet of historical accuracy Tt. Senator alo tell. u thnt he Introduced an amendment to the ratlrtnd rate Mil, and he would lcjie the ensual render umier tlte lm reaalon dmibtlca tint ) tirrame a law but In tne Internet or like accuracy I Infonn the public that It Ud not iKvamr a taw and Is not now ktw I do not know who waa tho the autlMW of lid. tipiortei1 an H lelki n that l amcmlmant taking tlte tax oft of tobaeec, Tide I true It was the aame amendment for whloh I Itad been fighting for year It wh. not lrtolo.1.-- l In the Payne tarlft to the H.hw. and I litlt wlten rettfM-teiwwa the first nwn to call attention to It upon i be floor of tlte fur tint rn lun We succMaled In having It IneludMl In the Pavne tall In lite Houae and when tt want tit the Senate Senator Ptynter spoke for It. and the longer he spoke the truwe certain II dafeat became antMrnt. amen.le.1 a to allow an.1 It waa finally lltr fanner to ae4l lite tnlrtCCB In the leaf tn lot of iackag. which wa not the amendment passed In the to give !lnuc nor one calculatedcan MIV tomueh I the rvtlrf to the rcnfde tiiltaeco grower if Kentucky tltat ir I am eleWeal tn the Senate, the amendment giving the a paniil by the llowt. fanner an unlimited right tn sell his sells th' to whom tnMecn. and rtrlit to rewell Ii tn the lea without any renutrenMta aa tn Internal revenue or limitation without any governmental whatever will receive my most vigorous n b-.1 I am In favor of the election of sen. tors by tlte direct voto of the people, for In th language of the Democratic national platform It. gateway for all of ler reform and without which all other reform aro Impossible. United State Senator. : : : ; ; ; ; : ; Railroad Rate Regulation. oarrter of commerce and people They are quasi public servant havo the right of eminent domain, and ahould bo treated fairly, but they ahould also traat the shippers and traveler Justly Pure Food Legislation. I supported tho nuro food legislation and believe It wa one of the beat laws t'ongreea hn ever passed, because It dented the right of the trust and manop- nca to make their fortune at tne of the health of tho poople of the nlted State. My Effort In Behalf of the Tobacco ex-h- 0m at Fo- - Good for Nothing but tho Eyetj SU i Standard gardon seed of every d scriptlon at Bottcraworth & Prathr' Perfect lt Hr I believe In tha retrutaUon of the rail roads. fo they are ths creat Interstate Plumbing IVnt-tYatt- r M(ori Itim-br- is an absolute essential to health in the drl-ra- DauMeProtectioii Fir dtpartmtnti art neeary and uvi much proptrly, tut they cannot tt rtlltd upon always. Although they may put out the fire, water may do at much da mag ai tho fire. Flro iniuranca prottctt you against the by lira at well at tha lott by water damage. A flro Inturanc polity In a reliable, company with a rep utatlon for fair dealing and prompt-tes- t It your bett protection. We rep her retent only tuch companies. R. T. TYLER, Agent. kh aiflendmotit Wat .l I hi Iron iraTIf ur ) Meal ronnd tmn wire nalle brtcl wltv and trv Henaturmade ofr layn-Irtrim or MrH. ami anMn waa etm-n- t ami hie rrtcuUr iwlr Mr lurKrfilM4m. vnlxd Of euwre. Ourr-n-bH- m a. lnirt-HM- ,l in laitna Im uf K.uiu. k upon all thue thlno lhat re unl hy art eur eilltene and 1lch He fit to tmtke hH irVrt bvlK n wlr with l')ntrr and I Hn.) bo rantplaial uih ilw part of iMnaior Pevntee about tile fallurv tu d ' dlefrnn-iarIherwfoo KantiM-k- r iifun Ihet Inipeefant vote Paynter'a Vote on School Dooka. or Uklaboma, Tfcr UUitd MMlitr. after.! an amendment ptaalnK tclxM'l buoka lo tx awl In the public ertwoU of r elate, territory or niHnKiHiy of lb L'MleM Klalk. UMM1 the frre UM ThU neuM tnnr Mdnl the wvmiIiivi famllv--i In the ttnllnt Htnim in cuHna- enmHr echool for lln-ttWewtlor I'arnlrr waa aicetn h.1 MM rutlnit and uniMlml tmt IheeeeMfurn ht rrular liatr. ni no aawlnt Ihte amrtlHMt bed m vote tu (Mk for M, On June Ctc uo iin t-r- Farmer. have btttled for the farmers for I have right long years In Congress) r lucltt to them from the clutches or ilia trusts and In order to do thi I advo cated taking the tax off of their tobacco In the hand tltat the consuming public might become competitors with the sole puruhaaers of tte farmer product, viz t th tobeco trust In Congress, upon the stump everywliere, I have been Hal champion of thHr caasa without apology or excuse Publication of Campaign Contribution, I have advocated aa a repreeentatlve of rnv district the publication of campaign contribution and expeneea before tne ete. lion so that the ballot holder might know when tie went to the polls, what r. . wra liafk of the candidates for hom he was expo-iteto vote Corporal Punishment for Violator of I tn' home. Faulty pipes and leaky pans are dangerous. See that the plumbing is perfect in your home for the summer months. We do all kinds of reliable plumbing work, use only standard materials, employ only competent help and charge only reasonable prices, "in spite of the funny man." Repairs promptly done in emergencies. r Htr mt Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. Both Phones Mo. 73 1 lr. l JttMJMMM0MlcH ttMmmmi ; llue mil-rk- m -- likt r elnt lluir-(nhraKin-luak- elitl-dre- (ln arid KrrrraHte tliouM fr.T In the (imI fru lartrf ab supiort Heneler ravnt. acaln buriti nt iff1 nat wlina and uiipalfvit. but Fair Treatment to Corporation. no aikt Ihue ole hi Ouctenhelm orI lhat lit our voted lo keen the lav vvvn upon tail lhat ganisations of mnltal are nroesaaty In VCHNICOL reproduce! the colon and brxad Hi. aral'i. i ha devHoitment of our country ami eerv lnl the cattle upon 'evnler wa altnt effectt of wooda. It le not af- KenlurkV tluiand an.1 thawere 'lonii( Ice of our people, that Xtn-- should behltl treated fairly. n m"i tkelr lnvoitfected by heat or colJ, eoap or water, out "Whore wi Parnler"ments thev altould receive Juet. rvtn I would not Impose return. Paynter'a Vote on Cotton Tlet. and when uted on lloort does not hanutertng or opnre. them a Krnalur Culbrreon. of TViaa. (iffemt an utwn condition,single would not taka from t how heel marks. It It detlgned for amendment on J una n. 110. j'Ucliic hoop rise are to wluctt Or l.iixl Iron for ballnr cotton or other litem a slnrle dollar flnlth on I would only ask o' upon tha frwi Utt ThU luatly entitle.! imtiHdltl-- i I Hke reitment for tlte wdoU have aided the farmer of tha Ihem FLOORS, hard or toft wood, old or tknitti to tmy In an oivn uwmul marki't would only Invoke between them and the by lepl( that democratic doctrine thtnire have "w, In good or bad condition, paint- thiwe for the uied In pretirl tluer prod, which I right, .kiurt--all. my twlltlcal Ufa of marki and would have per una special prlillrfcc to "cual bound tlwir iro.tuct ed or natural. It It a vary durable, milled tlm to hive I would beat iack witn nil my to none for ablpment. which attractive and economical floor flnlth. arvl prriMrnt thmn aril In the open inr-krte'- nower anr attempt tn dostrt-- tttem orthe fuicnl to Uy are Dm-- world wtttwtut a irutenle deny them such Jut return upon to Nothing weare better. cuptlal Invested a I would Urlff brnrllt Jirrmtor 1'aynter aitaln any attempt upon their partbattle mote to levy wa aitwnt and nut voting and unpilrrd. than such a just charge upon the con WOODWORK new or old, of hard or Hot hla regular pair. Mr auK(en!ictm. agtiliift the suming imbllc and voted toft wood. It makes the woodwork wu on the The Judiciary Committee. amendment part of the color tcheme of tho Paynter on the Income Tax Quettlon. The SetHitor tell, u that he Is upon the Judiciary Committee of the Senate came up of the ln room. It covere the bad painting WIm-i- i the and thnt he bellevra It la a committee of July i. an renewt flnlth that hat been marr- (dim tu amendment, antltat lhl 1!W, an aa high rank as any committee In the Incom amwidniorit waa fTrrl tturcly the Senator ed or worn. It It a great Improve tai iiutwtton ihould be lubnilttcd to oon Senate neonle of Kentucky docs not thi to shore the tentlone ralled In the etatra for that belief, for the Judiciary Commltti doc merit for kitchen walntcotlng, refrignixt not to the Htato li'Mturce nor Nils not liandle appropriation WU have given the triple nn affecting the revenue or naval affair, or erators, kitchen tlnki, bath roomt, Ac Thi would to rrnd men to the conven opportunity military affairs nor mnttera rclathe to UK llinT nwauwi ui iiiw commerce, nor Inattrrs rein it e FURNITURE. It helpi to harmonlie tion UlHI Income tax All frteiwli of tle Income Interstate to ixtst oHlcea and post road, nor mat In favor of thlt amendment the furniture and decoratlont, renewt tax wtreI'aynter w relative to tlte rule and certainly again abeent. but lor rnator tltat tho Flnnm tran- - tho Senator I know old article, giving them new life hi rrgtilar jwlr, OuggrtiluJm. CommitIk' Appropriation him uim thi vote to Senator Committee. fernl of NVaehlnrton. who wa ab-n-t tee, the Commtttco mi Naval Affnlra and beauty. on Interatnte and Kor-t- ci eomcwlre atxt auggieilwdm voted no Commerce the ComnUttco on .,.- iij numilon Aimlri Boimtor f'arn- niflm nrut Post llonds. eeven eommli P." teehit colleague, lranfrrnl bytulr. but douht- - In all. arc of higher rank than the Com ler w nnMi)nlin. lo a dead mittee on JiMicinry i nnve inKeti ".tnn Weti 1h hnd rol'en uixsl to It by thlt pa In to examine the committee ttnie and no complaint wa ever mad of Democratic seiKitor who . n tercd the Senate at the aame time S.-Paynter' Voting Percentage. did ant I charge now snd I find that out of a total number of ator Pavnter to h tariff WU challengecanSenator Ptvnter singledenv It vote uion the Di'tn.. not point out a of IS roll callt. Senator I'aynter voted thai he emtio senator who entered official crice 17 time HI waa k Hme of and votingabtnt JJB n..t time no aid wn not ioord worde. Kentucky wu iwt cent. In at tho nimegood or better who iws assignments equally a renre-ontother mora than he I. a or inlTepreaeleJ at leoat Would Represent All the People. than a third of the time Aa the Senator from Kentucky I would Senator Blackburn Defeated. people I would the How truiKe the argument oomon from represent attempt whola to reflect their will, I upon he Senator Painter tlut Uicauaeought to be always be conscious of the fact that I wa would Ilia Judiciary Committee he (wsilng their vote, not mlno. It would be Wlion Senator lllack-burkept III the Seiwit not my own desire, that would wb lender of tha minority In tho their will, If and control my conduct a Henate. the hlghert tIUon to which a actuate me ever come that I upon Photographs in every style. Democrat could hope to attain, grwUort tlw time should vote according to could their not cast their the coinmlttoo of and would ln"H.rlanre. a portion which after a known wishes. I courage not assume tltat by saying Prompt Service. a false Seiuilor Paynrrvtciid not cost their vote, otherwise, llfotlme of eenlce uion Iwpe to achieve not ter'a cart he could man, All Work Guaranteed. Bonator Paynter had five than as I desired. "If every ntato woman and yet when upon should tha Court of AppoaU and Child In my beloved vnix a Judge otherwise." Unt I do cmai a vunr unaerved, a plaeo to petitionbo me to onouph to tender back to brave would tho which ho hnd been olectel by ho pcoplo tho people tho ofTloo they gave me and tlwm wantcjt NOT HOW CHEAP BUT HOW artw havlnc toldhim and th.it him back let them elect omo one wno would repaend thorn to ondoreo mvo up th.w nve yenra resent them trulr and ooat their voto aa ho to the bench, AppAlato Judgo. at a aalary they doslrrd. GOOD unaorrcd a those question, where yon Upon UnlteU to thnt eaualatSctmtor. tlm run that of Senator have not all expressed your will I would use agalnat to Btate my voice and voto for vnur highest and Illxckburn. who wae eeeklng to round light aa la We do Copying and Enlarging, out a llfotlmo of utofulnc aa a pubthe beat Inlcrcat. uponOod cave mo the where those questions to see It, and council, at you had expressed your win, i wuum Crayons. orvant. high In party make Medallions and oarry out your Instruction, to the letter, ery top a aUu.llng with hi. View and Flash Light Pictures Li an.1 yet 8cnatnr or resign my eeni " of the very My Vlewt of a Protective Tariff. Paynter became a candidate against Senany time or place. and defeated him And boon a member of Con-- I Since. I have ator HlacUburn citlrcn. that you will fellow I have never missed an oppor e with poor grc tariff, to to with me thAt It tunlty to vote upon reduce tha who oon-S?aco and with no excuac for Senator ' losscn tho ta tha people Open Evenings Come and See Paynter now to tav that ho ought to he sumo those thing tli.it are necessary to' Upon every Sonate beonuee ho kcrt In the Judiciary Committee,happen to tholr existence. bill waa undervote when which U tho Payne tariff considerbe on the of any Importonco Hot a committee ation I voted to lower IU outrageous leglHatlon In the Interest of the duties I believe a tariff la a tax and that far a. I concerned It handlct neither people paid by tlvo consumer, and that tha n i tt Is I nor nUlromi bill nor excuse for It exlstenco Is to rnlso bill; or praotlcally any toother tinlv rovonue to run tho government, and for Next to Price Hotel. tho fcrfalatlon bf Jlrcct Importance that alone. It was never thought of or hundred ISnle I wa Importuned by I Tvon dreamed of when this Itepubllo was hart no created that tho taxing powor would be flonate. oTmen to run for the expense SL of onice In front of me enrich soma .at the expenso of all, to that StVSSmtenuredid. yet I of a Senator. i UBcdtotoenrich any at Uix ahould bo of tho the wna wllllnir or V. Mr Pnyntrr levied And no tariff Phono VEGETABLES fha Benator nlarkburn ahould be for the sole and tingle purpose to career In tho except revenue enough to run the ffoyern-moto rourd out hU raise, Hut tho PRODUCE In economy and honosty Bonftto by election tn thnt term thnt cyerywhero .rayc up hU nve year ntn mlrhty combination, Z ii. moore opprca. the pcoplo, : us and " "" FRUITS IMIco Mian- to wmi There waa only ono tower abovoand monopollca uion every-.- " In the Seruito ieaura of the th IruaU Uw UJjao mauit U tv uuiat ler dlfforoac la U Brighten Up hrd Paynter'a Vote on Salt. i erfrml an ametxtment Hat anl arcunt "" wflb eloiixnrv an.1 wrr llvtt It la one nrt-Mtllife that etmuM U of of tb dootrto uwtalel. lhat It waa !HM-al1nt a liuiutml r"m' andlna Mtat tble Patr Hoi rrit m n-- II.-h- '"' o the ! llv m-- .lr el prrl'e ru e govej-nme- thf uf el pur-ihm- , , I'll, - Cowgill's Drug Store, - s n OPEN I'avne-Aldrto- lr Hickman Electric Studio 1 n I stood upon the Moor of Congress and advotated writing Into tho railroad bill a penueutjary penalty for thoso who violate tlte law It was voted down tn the llouae, but was finally written Into tha law In th.) Berate, and It'a the one provision that President Tft nays gives efficacy and strength to the law I have, stood for the aoonornlcal expenditure of tlte puople' money, rcoognlilng that It 1 the duty of the public servant tu protect tlM4r money aa he would hla own. to cxpeno n in ine saro manner, The Platform a Lien Upon Honor. I aland xiuarcly uiun the National Democratic platform adoytrd by our party In l'J") I consider cur promises made to the poile tn this plat&rm aa a un lien upon our Honor ana gooo raitn nte a platform Is truly a contract with the people, "id ho who violate tt guilty of bad faith to a greater degr than one wno vioiuav a private ooniraci, for one who violate a public contract betray all the psople, while la a private contract hi betrayal la not so great. Th one would affect th private fortun of a very few, the other affect the government of all. For the breach of a private contract the pereon wronged haa a remedy at ktw, for the betrayal of a public promise no rvsnrdy la now obtainable. In the Beginning I Chott the People' Bide. Fellow cltUena, I have no doubt that In thi nice every corporate and vested Interest will try to encompass my defeat. I have been told by many that hundreds of tltoumtnda of dollars will he poured hy 1. Into Kentucky to defeat me been upon litis! It Is because I have you wvre at your aide In thi tight, when home and aalecp I have been flghtlne your battle and trying to boat back your aaAllanti, trying to make this yjur reality n well aa In name, fovcrnment In try'ng to make laws for y"U would visit uKn all men who stand that beneath the ample fold o' the Iteimbin anil distribute It" bur-dellaff II bleeding, upon tin shoulders of all men Hike. I went Into publl. life I recognlurl win that there wn in easy way ind there " one wa you waa a hard could have the people upon voiir M.lc 'i that they weiv unorgHiilzi-- Inform. l bird th y to arouse them but when wero Just, and when thus nlirhi mil .- like thoy alwavs do right, for their volVtt Ihi velce of Clod Is always inn the upon the other side, you would ha few the coitorate Interi'Ht the rinnllnl ahv.tya alert system, no wotk rvqulrl to arouro them, no sneaking to enlighten ihem. bill like a ferret always at ew..rk been Hut I ohosc the people a side 1 na , and If I go down In detent in this of (ontcat I will have the saHefti-u,,knowing thnt. with conscience Wear and hand rtmn, I can lay off the ofllolal toga tpotloss as n star anj as clean as the of snow that reet upon the peak you, the my My nppoel Is to Himalaya linn la your government friends. Tills ou wero Itorn and your children were are born. Hero thoy must live, and theygood . ntltlcd, you are entitled to Just as people In the a government aa any other to go to the world: but you have got iwlls, you have got to make your voice heard, you have got to touch a leeson to vote die public servant, and make htmupon on his vour side, or you will not vote side Have Fought Democratic Battle For 1 na the Law. TAKE NOTICE... USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS : ; 1 ; ; , ; ; ; ; ; ; ; - : : ; ; ; . . it.- .. f uu. re i. . witn auitic ui M.r laui U..I uwing to inc f Lights Accounts, wnicn ate tory in paying their Water and due and payable at our office ON OR BEFORE THE 10th of each month, ce wish to announce that in the future the rule governing this branch of our business will be enforced to the letter. Our Collector will make collections on Main street only, between the 1st and 10th of each month, and will call exbut one time for this account. Failure to see you does not penalty of being cut off. Parties living empt you from the in the outskirts of the city will please arrange to either send check or money, or make arrangements with one of the banks to pay their accounts. St tn ; ; ; Don't think that you will be the favored one as we will enforce the rule regardless of exceptions. , : ; ; Coal Co. Hickman Ice Incorporated J. T. DILLON, Manager ; MMMMMMU'MMeiMMMMMMMMlMMIr'F txr u ''"i M w-- t- lln-rc- n The shrewd merchant gets two and a half times as much light today as he formerly did. He gets it by using Westinghouse Wire Type Tungsten Lamps. You couldn't induce him to go back to the old lamps. Why should he ? His bill is no higher than it was before. He regards the additional light that he now gets as a big business asset and he wouldn't be without it. Merchants who formerly used lamps for the sake of economy now find a greater economy in Westinghouse Wire Type Tungsten Lamps. lt. wait co-n- J. Madison Pullen f J Fellow clti.cn.. tny record aa an alert, known to all this flchtlnc Democrat Commonwealth For almost twenty your the battle haa raged, I hna whorcver In fnun.i ilrhtlnir for democracy i. every congressional district In Kentucky,, In almost every coumj m uunmt servnil these year I havo given my Senator Paynter ice to tho democracy two hat not beenIn heard upon tho hetump been twenty year: lias ,i.m times In a lucrative position far fitting back removed from the battle line of democracy For nil these years ho haa enjojed this quietude and emoluments of these ofllcoa while I have been out battling these for you. The Senator enjoyed get six things until he saw a chance to year Instead of five ho already had andI became a candidate. immediately of this to the democracy submit candidacy, conscious that aa nate my Just, they will do Justice; aa iney are ihoy are good, thoy will do righteous-"CM- 1 ..-irur Twenty Yeart. appro-Statio- per-rout- m nt c In Conclusion. Owing to the extraordinary session of Congress, which I. now being held. It will go Into all of the bo impossible for mo to or a counties In Kentucky present very groat personally number of them and my duty to stay at I deem It i iy cause. mo. the peoplo the post Whero lighten theirhnve sent and burden struggling to feci and their wrongs t And Ithe state of the Dctmn-idoes not WnWto II thnt mymy andldacy to them, of suffer by reasongone by Iloyalty been with have far in the day them, foiujht with Uiom and Xought to UeJtV, ,.. -- Hickman Ice (Incorporated) Coal Co. iTx-- ., 3VXRX-- J. T. , ' XXXXj03ST, - . ' . ifi , I - - - - " l I CM. Why We Said It. I We said In last week's Courier that Hickman should have fifty more factories, and named a few that operate here to good advantage They were figured ou from a business staudpolut and on a business J basis. Sooner or later we will have them. Why? Hecause could Want a Suit That's Different You Different from the ordinary. Not different because of eccentric style or freakish fabrics, but different because better. It is the difference of quality and of accurate cutting that makes these W. S. Peck & Co. clothes desirable. There is a stamp of excellence and thoroughness of workmanship which proclaims sterling honesty and real skill on the part of ysT-4'- sviLL' lion mi it do rav VI f Oh THE TILL' lion ontv do rov DR1H YOUR I'ROUT' l SHORT DO rOV tilk r BL SISESS-r- oi blsi sr.ss'1 FIRST Barring tho Iron and Steel we have all tho raw material necessary to manufacture of every article we named. SECOND Wo are on the direct line to the Iron Held of Tennessee and Alabama with a freight rato that will Justify Its manufacture In Hickman. THIRD We have tho Railroad fa cilities for shipping ami the locations for manufactories along the railroads equalled by few towns and three factory sites nre offered FREE. tir nr ffit JMABLtrOUTODOSO, Br CIIECTTBAK DAILr RECEIF1S' A BASK AtCOl M HERE MILL 111 rir Bl SIS CSS .WCV D- O- DO .15 VHTO-DAT- bills HICKMAN BANK AND TRUST CO. " Lf &Vvn50.0002257foj 32500a2l HER REVENGE A Common Nuisance. "What did Jlmton say when they had gone told him hli mother-in-lato bed, after her quarrel with him, and left the gas turned on in her room?" "He growled that ahe'd never have done It If the hadn't realized that he would have to pay for the gas." SUREST THING Dear Mr Kdltor: A lady wants to say a few words to the grocery merchants, and It Is really a dell-eto matter to hnndlo. You know It Is now time when our groeorymen sot their vegetables out on tho pavements, and you know thoro are so many dogs In town and and It operates ns If they drank from Saratoga Medical Springs. Now, Mr. Editor, you must know what I want to say, and If you will help me out you will do the public a favor. What we want Is the vegetables sot on boxes, or In other words, above high-watmark for the good of mankind. These wire screen they use over baskets Is a delicate matter; you know When This and barrels are not water-tltchis a delicate matter, but know when the ladles go shopping for cabbage and beets, they don't like to be to take peas also. Please put In shape so as to offend nobody. Mrs. n t. FOURTH We hao tho Mississippi River as a permanent guarantee of a minimum freight rate both In aud out of Hickman, oujojed by but few towns In America. FIFTH Hickman Is located In the heart of as rich country locally ns the sun Hhlnets on and Ita geogmplU location makes It the logical eommeroJnl router of a viutt outlying territory. A most astonUhlng fact Is, that within a radius of COO miles of Hlckmnn, Ky , there are located approximately 26,000.000 people or about d of the population of the United Statin. This COO miles circle affords Hickman Manufacturers and Mercantile Companies trade advantages almost unparalleled In America Consequently, Hickman Is certain to draw capital and population very rapidly from older and less favorably located cities throughout the country, which will go Into tho development of this already rapidly growing city. one-thir- Wm II the manufacturers. But the price, you say, " how about the price. ? " WpIL herp is an irlr?n nf the .. .., . w. . ft ft iO"1"- - r L . II r vi I values: $16.50 $18.50 $20.00 But you ought to know that prices mean very little until you see, feel and find out by VwJkV irA ll.WPfe! For any kind of furniture go to the Hickman Furniture Co. SIXTH With the completion of the Panama Canal, Hickman will hold a position of stragetlc Importance equal to that of any of tho great commercial centers and far superior to most. Hickman therefore Is destined to become one of tho principal gateways to tho most rapidly developing sections of tho American continent, (the South and Went) as well as to foreign countries for It hold an advantage that neither time nor clr cumstance can ever displace. Tho chance is yours vou to make the start. It Is up contact just what the values are. Therefore we say, come and find out. Other makes $ 0 to $ 1 1 5 to Political Orator There are too mnay fieh men In politics. Politician I've dono all I could to siake 'em spend their money. Miss Maggie Henry loft Sunday for Bowling Green to attend school. She will be gone six weeks. Whether you do or do not want furniture, call and see us. Hickman Furniture Co. Street Oxfords Our Street Oxfords for women are very smart. But they are made for comfort and foot protection as well as style. Patent, Tan Russia, "The girl who can wash her stockCresbock, cut short and Ky. ings after getting ready for bed and Beans. New lot seed Just arriv have them dry and nice as new to ed at Case & Son's. put on the next morning, can be trusted with a diamond ring before marriage," Todd Co., Times. ProbA GOOD REASON. ably true, hut It might be more In accordance with the eternal fltnesa of Hickman People Can Tell You Why things to present her with an extra It la So. pair of stockings instead of a diamond ring. Doan's Kidney Pills cure the cause of disease, and that Is why the cures Tho case of the Moyfleld Woolen are always lasting. This remedy Mills, a bankrupt, against W. A. strengthens and tones up the kldn.ys, Usher for $90,000, was compromised helping them to drive out of tho before trial In the U. S. court at body the liquid poisons that cause Tuesday. Usher is said to backache, headacho and distressing have paid $13,000 and all court costs, kidney and urinary complaints Hick amounting to $2500. man people testify to permauent cureu A. P. Overby, of Hickman, Ky., says: "For two or three months I Misses Dora Smith and Virginia "by disordered kidneys, left Wednesday for Howling Greei was troubled I had dull pains In the small of my to attend a convention of county superintendent. Thoy will be gouo un- back and whenever I stooped or lifted sharp twinge caused mo much til about Sunday. misery At night the ache In my back greatly disturbed my rest and I In the morning feeling tired aud languid Nervous spells bothered me and tho sediment In the kidney se cretions proved thut my kidneys need ed attention learning of Doan's Kidney Pills I procured a box at Helm & Ellison's Drug Store and In three days they relieved me It required but one-hal- f tho contents of the box to effect a complete cure. I ntu glad to say that this cure has been permanent and I, therefore, have no hesitation In allowing you to publish my statement." For sale by all dealers. Price COc. Foster Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Pa-duc- BALTZER & DODDS D. G. CO. INCORPORATED h JOSH BILLINGS' PHILOSOPHY for the world, MOUNTING MACHINE h GUN. Teachers' Examination. Kialiiatlou fur county diploma win be held at the Court House. In III k man. Kj , Friday aud Saturday, Ma; 12 and 13th Der M. Smith, Count) Huperliitemlent. We luito Home now things In fur nil ii r this season Hickman Purni lure Co Brains were made hearts for heaven. 3cn Very fu people bekura suddenly ritch without lowing their llnch pin. Splitting hairs doesn't pay. It spiles the hair, and doesn't Improve anythlug. Poverty may be a bleialng, but a. man must be a phool to reap all the advantages or It, I har seen people so lazy that when they sat down In a chair, they allwus fell the lait 6 Inches. Infantry In Camp of Twinty-tlghtat San Antonio, T. The man who kan whlisoll first-rathnd hotter keep at It, for be kan't do ennythlng elie haff so well. e vertlco, (blind stnKKT complexion, fliitiilonre urv h)!iiIoihh f a torpid liver. No en tan feel well while the liver Is'lnact he IIIJUIIINi: U a powurful ll- -r Htlmulant A iIimo or two will cauw nil bilious Hjmptoms to dlsapiM-i- r Try It I'rlce Btie Sold by Hickman Dlzlneits. sallow Whoever heard ov one Infldel watching at the deathbed or another? What Drug Co .Mrs j a farcejhls low-price- d would be. k i W II llaltzur entertained at The world la phull or mangy and dogs, but not one among tho number that yu kan hiro to betray his matter. llr among the boath-eand eat mliilonarys, but I kan't; help admiring menny or their traits at a distance. I don't want to n, Satan was an angel, and fell from heaven; this was to show us that no place or person lz safe from the ov sin. A literary woman, If she marrys at all, should marry a coxcomb; she kan desplze him az much az she pleazea, and ho won't know the difference Now York Weekly. Velvet, Vici and Tan Crash. The new high toes, short vamps and high arches. $2.50 to $5.00 Speaking of the Tennessee Con gressmen who left tho state to prevent the passage of certain laws, tho r, at Union City, Bays by way of Illustration: "What If part of tho county court, If there was a voto about to be taken that displeased noma of their royal highnesses, fehould flee to Hickman? Would the end Justify the means?" There's a difference- The truant members can always bo depended upon to return from Alabama, but If your county court should ever como to Hickman on a fllllbuster, Its 9 to 1 they would never ho willing to return. News-Banne- Frequently tho bowels aro Involved und there Is colic pains end dlur-- ' rnoeo. McQEE'S HAUY ELIXIR Is it grand corrective remedy for the stomach and bowel disorders of ba-Lies. It Is puro, wholesome undplenB-an- t to tako. Price 25c and COc per 1 itri.A.. mo uuiijt uiKes i... mucn food tho stomach turns; the result Is Indigestion, sourness and vomiting. t.- -i . 100 . i I MILLET & ALEXANDER . For porch furniture, tho Hickman Furnlturo Co. Is tho plaoe. Mrs. Louis Kllpatrlck and baby returned to Memphis Sunday after an Davo Morgan wants It understood Mrs. Dollo Daltzor, of Covington, U extended visit to nor parents, Mr. early In the game that ho will bo a tho guest of Mrs. Cuo Thrclkeld and and Mrs. L. P. Elllaon, candidate tor Sheriff. Mrs. S. L. Dodds. enjoyed lliomiievo, point of games and refresh inuntM lion Iiodh were served, followed by a course of cream, stmw llarbed wiro cuts, ragged wounds. collnr find hnriuuiu tfnlta nrail mi milck berrlott and cake. ly when I1AIJ.AJUVS SNOW L1NI- aujnt is applied, it is both noailug In tho whole field of medicine thor and antiseptic. Prlro 26c, fiOc nnd $1 Is not a healing remedy that will rea bottle. Sold by Hickman Dnig Co pair damage to tho flesh inore quickly than HAU.AIUV8 SNOW LINIMENT In cuts, wounds, sprains, burns, scalds and rheumatism, It On Thursday evening, Mrs healing and ncnolrntlng power ex Kllpatrlck and Miss Ruth Ellison en- traordinary Prlco 2f.o, COc and Is$1 a tertained a largo number of friends bottle. Sold by Illckmnn Drug Co.6 at 600. Mlnta wero served during the Mrs Murley Holier and children vis games. Refreshments of burnt cara mel cream and cako wore served ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Saturday and Sunday. The guestH wore MlBses Mubel Wilson, Ronnie Carpenter, Estello Mrs Lambert Shaw and daughter, Ethel Naylor, Maymo Naylor, Mlsn Leila, of State Line, wore here Loulso Atwood, Virginia Prathor, Rot-ti- e Saturday. Dollow, Annlo Cowglll, Nell Hog-er- a Sallow complexion Is due to a torand Myrtlo Walker, and Messrs HERUINE purifies and II. E Curlln, C. M. Dlackford, C. M. pid liver. Ktrengthoiis bowels and Roynolds, Qua Aloxandcr, Oco Har- nwtorcB tho tho liver and of health to rosy bloom ris, K. A. Tally, Ford Maddox, A. the check. Prlco COc. Sold by HickG K. Owen, any Hale, Cowglll Rogers man Dnig Co. and Robt. DoRow. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. C. Amberg is making extensive E. Kennedy and Mr. nnd Mrs. Hen Improvements on his residence propry Sanger erty. A ' afflLJifa m vJJm, k ' '"tR'X " tcSaVsssi ers thoroughly both In Rook Saturday nfteruoon In honor nf Mrs ilootie, of Philadelphia. There were three tables at which the play i, jr ESSZaaMJ t - -- . -- .UBMSi.JfeWtv.-., n .A g , -' UM.)1 'Q BIJIZ" SEES STATE'S HBPE Teachers Elected, Greenhouse Next, CHANG ES R Tho Hickman board of Education met FrUlny night and elocted toacb-or- a for Hickman's public schools for Dlsoevers Himself as Hulwark ef H tho school year 1911-12- . There wore Strength, and Would Redgn about a Only Whon Overpowered. tnoro applicants than thero were places to fill, and Iuiparlal tho following wero elected: iUiioo City, Max 14 etber neitapapere here give prom. I'rof. H. F. flabby, principal. Iseave 10 the interview with aeneral wards created a profound Mlis Inez Luten. Dtw. lt MiiaUua. but oplalons are divided SI bit Annlo Slur roll. u whether tie meant U resign or MIrm Mattle Doliow. liU. Mlaa Fvustlua Wlngo. Wita ao aald he would wake any MIhh Mattlo May Soay. for bla ciulry, eten living taiilfiie Mis Imogeue Moon. If aeseeaary, but that the ku huh be considered, hi rlibt Mrs. Aveo Journey. Mimt Lit Paris. tabd waa elencbed and he ituote the Mica Hufle Hruer tiru of the armchair. Aa ho puk tiU Mlaa Mlldrvd Ramago. itrcti fao shewed deep eiuoilou 111 tjUdei Jaw wa tense, hie cy blight In the music department. Miss Mar40 d steady, with Beat Id tbuui hli At rltigluc, defiant aud lutein lie guerite Fuuua was cbnsen, and Mlis bid heeu warned It waa not politic Unjlso At wood waa again elected lilu answer the s,ueellons, but the old brarian There were tliroo applica(oeruJ could sol resist kit wish to tion for the muato departniunt. half-dozen pRtSIDKNT CREATES SENSATION BY nEPORTED STATEMENT. trE J K. Post ma, tho florist, Is endeavoring to place $6,000 stock in a Hickman greenhouse, which Is to be built in the Industrial League Addition. The total stock of tho It to be 112,000. of which Mr. PoHtuiu takes G,000 mid tho Leaguo con-corn TWCNTY-NIN- $2,000. Mr. I'otitma runs a greenhouse In Union City, and bus also put lu a branch of the buslneM In Hickman, 8TATE8 HAVE TAKEN FAVORABLE ACTION ON PROPOSED MEASURE. U EM STANDS with gov-ivate- Diplomacy n Accident. That hi answer waa diplomatic waa accidental rather than iBteatloual Put lu one word It might bate bin "war." The tone waa not No one looking Into wbc of pace ttai far could have itea any thought of ftUkUeu uoaor picture, TL truth I, rrfrldeul Dial billon Ui itiignatlea at tills Uiue would llrow MeaJco lata a atate bordering He believe It would en anarchy. overthrow of the cmitllu m ui U tluttil (UTMDlMBt and the wont lUluf HI deeiara IKXstble for lb country tian that he would uphold the gorera-inse- t wa pare patrlotUuj. aet perseb-a- t t ambition to retain ofSce HI )(- - tllaac rfotisiii and te the i.sult ef a third of a eeatury 4 rule. Dtas can see ae hep for the country tav himself. Could he believe laaa ta the republic U a 1 root and capable as hlaoaetf. no doubt he would gladly rail) la his favor, Cenumpt for Madtro. It a really great man had bea at the last election lactead of Madtro, Otaa would not have raft, but be ba cenUapl for Uadero'i e,alla-catloto be preildeal. lie deelare th bralneet men la Meiic are nut true patriate, sad those matt pair! stlc are not bralay oaoaah, hence his Velldac tenacity in holding the presl-dencThat he will resit, now is tartly conceivable. e The Spanish colony, which fully 10.610 In tho republic. Is greatly around over the killing of Spaniards In various parts U the republic froBUmat Members ot the colony ststed that It It Impossible for Bpaln te lake ferteful actlea beiaute ot the Monroe dootrlne, hence they for aiuit look to the United BUI aclp aiid peislWI interventioa. te an-ot1 d ns eni-Use- states, according to reports received. tuve ratllled tbr proponed uiLOtue ui amendmoBt to the federal conetHution. Hefore the amendment can become a law it unit be approved by six wiore Tills Is a vry oa pubic lot of InDon't forget to renew your sub state, making the number 96, er of tin whole number. structors, and lltcktnan'n school rep- scrlptlon to the Courier. The paper Arkanaaa and Tennessee were the utation will doubtless bo krpt up to stops when the time Is out no ex only slates that ratlOcd In April. Thus ceptlons, Uto utual bitch standard far the pronoial has been approved by i both legislative houses In the follow ILC status Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Ooorgla, Idaho, Iowa, Indiana, Kentucky, Koalas, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, r MnCofflsWyRsMM Neiadu, North Carolina, North Dv kuta, Ohio, Oregon, Oklahoma, Bouth Dakota, Bouth Carolina, Tennessee, ' TJpeeai"iaBss ("""ssV HflftsJ Jt. i W. JT sK Tesas, Washington. Th amendment Is sending before the legUlaturu of nine states, still In session. Theee are; Connecticut Committee reported adversely, no action by either house. Delaaie No action. Florida Patsd the bouse; pending la the senate. Maeeachusetts Passed the house; ne action by senate. New York Passed the senate; pending in the houao. mwL KM I' 1 II. i". Pennsylvania Committee reported favorably; no action yet by either two-third i, located on tho Stuhr farm, but tho Hickman business at pruseut Is merely a potted plant affair. Tho experiment, however, haa satisfied tho florist that llkkmun will support a greenhouse When olio consider the amount spoilt for flowers. It Is reasonable to suppose the buslueus would pay hero On Kastur Sunday something oer (700 was spent for flowers. Here's hoping we get the greenhouse. HOW AMENDMENT Blnll y,r 8lx More States Must Take Afflrma tlve Legislation In Order to Make the Amendment Effective. New York, May 2. Twenty-nin- e This Spring, wear the Red Cross Shoe. Know its ease, its suppleness wea,r the Red Cross Shoe with ease. Women with the most sensitive feet perfect h You can wear the most fashionable models without "breaking them in." The style shown here is one of the latest models for Spring. It has the short vamp, closely trimmed sole and very low cut that is characteristic of Spring styles. Come in and let us show it to you. Oxfords $3.50 and $4. $4.50 and $5. "mm. mm v Si c USka MP No sM&BK r 7 High Shoes $4, house. Rhodo Island Defeated In 1010. No Bride's choicest possession should be her own individ ual bank account; it insures happiness and brings a feeling of security in treading the path so new to her, and filled with all the uncertainties of new things. action this year. Virginia Passed the senato; defeated in the bouse. Wisconsin Passed house; pending In tho senate. Seven state legislatures have adjourned so far this year, refuslag to ratify the amendment In one or beth branches. These were: Louisiana, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Utah, West Virginia and Wyoming. The Vermont legislature defeated the amendment In 1010 and does not Meet again until 1912. The sole I tanned by tho Special Red Cross Process. This process preserves all the leather' natural life and elasticity, make the Red Croi Shoe move with your foot just like a glove move with your hand. Get just the style yoa want and " aw xa. wo wimmt T&un Mus frTi1 filW 2? BROOM PRICES ADVANCING Canada feels Effect of Corn Loe by Mr In Illinois. Wathlngton, May 1 relti 8. S. ehatoa, United 8tata consul at King-etoOntario, la a report to the of commerea and labor, Will Appreciate itatet that the Ore which recently destroyed 60 car of bewom cera at Charleston, 111. wlil have thu effect of advancing the prte of brooms In Commencement Sermon, Canada Klngiton haa two Urge kroora and Imports all ot its broom bora arom the wevilwrn part of the The annual commencement aormon Southern Illinois proUalted latt for our city schoola will be preached duce broom corn In large quaotUlba. on Sunday, May 21, il the Court House, by tho Rev. Hugh Spencer Williams, D. I)., of Meinphla. Tho Eczema jwnieo will be under the direction of Antlsep-tlYields readily to l)r Hell's Salve. You see anl mproveniont the Preabytorlaii Church. after Uie first application Wo guarMr. Wlllliuim l a native of Wuloa. antee it. It la clean and pleasant to antee It. It la clean and plaenant to where he bgau hU ministerial en S use. SCc m box. reer. Ho afterwards removed to Chi cago where he postered for u mini an bor of years. Fioiu tlieru bo removItexall "H3" Hair Tonic makes ed to Memphis and took chnrgo of elegant hair droatdng. G0c and 1. Court Avenue l'reabytorlan Church, Hickman Drug Co. which he aerved for 1C years. Mr. Wllllnuw hi a man of ripe exMia a Lucllu lloudiirant attended eloquent speaker. concert perience and la un Madame Hchumanii-llelnko'- s In raducali Monday night. Tlie program will bo announced Inter. W. (1. Stockton. fao-teiio The Peoples Bank Your Business. LIEUTENANT General Salinas Held for Murder. Los Angeles, Cal., May 2. den. Francisco Valentino Salinas, one ot 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the commanding officers of the lnaur-rect- o army at the battle of Mexlcall, was arrested a he was leaving tho headquarters of the Mexican revolutionary Junta, on a warrant charging him with murder committed en M sell. Tho prisoner was placed 1a the county JalL n ..Bradley & Parham., Lyric Tbeatro Saturday night. H. C. Matson was horo from Stat Lino, Tuesday. John Cobb, of Union City, was the city Sunday. li Mrs. James Maddox, ot State Line was here Monday. Ed Terry, of Mayfleld, waa hon Monday on business. F0UL0IS. Th Army Aviator Who I Air Scouting on Border. Shot In Wrong House. Springfield, Mo May 2. MUtakiag a neighbors house lo. bis own. Will Taulman was shot when he opened the door at midnight. Iho bullet entered above the heart, and the man Is dylni In a hospital. Jack Adams, a roomer, heard him on the porch and bad a revolver ready when Taulman opened Um door ef the wrong house. TTVTTTrTTTTTWTTTTVTTVVTVT Jerre Johnson was hero from ce, Tuesday. Von Borrles Cay- - Capt. Ryan is ablo to bo out atte Satur a two weeks illness. Frank returned day from Louisville. Porch Furniture St. Louis Furnls i ing Co. sell it for less. D. C. Harris, ot Memphis, la hero this week on business. Joe Everly was hero from Dirk Lyric Theatre, ono night only, no Mo., Friday and Saturday. Mrn. L. A. Stono and daughter are visiting in Greenfield, Tenn. the city this week on business. Mrs. E. B. Prather and daughter Mra. E. D. Boone, of Philadelphia, Miss Virginia, were in Union City Monday afternoon. is the guest of Mrs. S. L. Dodds. Miss Feustlna Wlngo, of Trezevnnt Mra. Luclle White, of Fulton, Ark., Tenn., Is the guest of her brother Is the guest of her parents here. Rov. Spurgeon Wlngo. For an undertaker call Harry BarIn proscriptions wo give tho highrett with St. Loula Furnishing Co. est quality and charge the lowest p Wa furnish your home com plot o. slblo price. Hickman Drug Co. St. Ixnils Furnishing Co. sells It for Tho Courlor this week, prints In lesa. full Olllo James' speech, delivered Miss Ruth Ellison Is visiting her last wook. It Is certainly worth you sister, Mrs. Loula Kilpatrick, In Mem- whllo to read it. phis. Lyric Theatre. Tho Lady and th'i Our city dads should make war on Liar Company Is headed by tha: old shacks. Wo must havo room the clever old comedian, W. M. Belchei, for "Greater Hickman." and a company of players that yot A fow dollars down and a llttlo all know. May 8th. each month and you can soon own a Attornoy L. R. Commonwealth tfo homo. See M. B. Shaw. Smith, arrived hero Monday front Sam Crossland, Will Wobb, Pete Clinton. Bob Is ono of tho most pot-ulmembers of tho Fulton count Seay, W. H. Hester, Qus Thomas, of bar. Mayfleld; T. N. Smith, H. T. Smith, and Herbert Carr, of Fulton, aro atLyric Theatre. Coming for on tending court hero this week. y night only, Belcher and Wright presenting "Tho Lady and th i Miss Charlotte Hubbard returned Tuosday from Atlanta, Ga., where sho Liar." This will make the twelft visited a friend and attended Grand performance of this popular corapan Concert. She was accompanied homo In Hickman within the last two ycai by her aunt, Mrs. Lily Wall, of TamWo havo a few Hickman Souvw pa, Fla. Envelopes loft. Tho set of tlire Miss Maytha Matheny, tho charm- shows 15 views. You can got tlio i ing llttlo violinist, who has been vis- at 10c a packago (24 envelopes), it iting her cousin, Mrs. B. Parham, and this offico while they last. They ai other relatives, left Saturday for Just as cheap as blank ones, and bji Mayfleld to a?slst In tho music jU tho thing to send your frlonds aya" from Hickman. tho revival now In progress there. ar con-pan- I You five I guarantee It to cure. and harmless. Sutherland' 25c Is a Small Amount next Monday, May 8th. would not suffer one day for H. A. Mitchell, of Memphis, Is in times that amount Then try Eagle Iiye Salve. We It's painless S j I regr Miss Lizzie Amberg went to May- field Sunday morning to visit her sis- tor, Mra. H. Q. Hobblns. Mr. and Mrs. Hoblns and Mlsa Amberg attend ed tho concort In Paducah Monday night. Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve for tetter, ringworm, eezonia, chapped hands and lips, running soreB, ulcers and In fact all skin diseases. Good to uso after shaving. 8 ..Ja a box. la guaranteed srraarmr2 e;t JflC No Excuse For It ! There Will bo preaching at Spring Valley Church tho first Lord's day In May. All members are asked to to prosont. W. L. King. Don't sond your Job printing out ot town at least glvo your homo Institution n chanco to flpuro on it. Wc can furnish on short uotlco Commercial printing of nil kinds. Foreign and Domestic Calendars. Advertising funs and novelties. Engraved cards and wedding Invitations. Lithographed school diplomas. Lithographed clock certificates, etc. Party Invitations. Lltho. bank supplies. Customors checks with dctachnblo cloth covers. Catalogues. Cotton and grain tickets. Blank book work. Hat, Shirt and Mlilinory Dags. Salo and Stock Bills. Murrlago Certificate. Hon. Jake Corbctt, of Wickliffe, comedy, presented by a was hero first of tho week. He Is A clover May Lyric Theatre, tor ono night only-clever company. Pricos always tho a prospective candldato for Congress in tho event Ollio James goes to the 8th. Tho always good nolchor same 2G, 35 and 50c. Senate. & Wright Company, presenting tho Uclcher &. Wright present tho com clover comedy "Tho Lndy and tho edy success, "Tho Lady and tho Liar" Liar" with specialties. For All Bowel Troubles for tho first tlmo at popular prices. Use Dr. Bell's Antl-PalRelief Is Hobert L. Taylor, of Tennessee has almost Instantaneous. Is also good Is a tlo be- externally for all kinds of palns.Sold M. James, of Kentucky Wo understand there replaced Olllo s everywhere. as a mombor of tho afflrraatlvo team tween Miss Oln Monan and Miss graduation houors hold nt tho NaLuten for the In thu dobnto to bo Wednesday evening of last week, next, and tho S. L. Dodds prlzo of $200 In tional Press Club Tuesday night Mrs. L. P. Ellison entertained a numaro tho nubllo schools this year. Also th on tho resolution "that whiskers Bridge in honor of a the public schools this year; also that ber of friends at n creator detrlmont to a man than her daughter, Mrs. Louis Kilpatrick. amibald head." Senator Taylor assoclnto ladles $100 In order to effect an Candy was served during tho games. sldo of tho nrgu-mn- cable settlement. on tho Later lemon cream and cake. Tho will bo noprosentatlvo Nicholas Kilpatrick, It. P- - Meeks, of Humboldt, guests wcro Mrs. ltev. Longworth of Ohio. Upholding tho Roy Clark, T. T. Swayne, H. appointment at will bo will fill his regular Hub-barvnluo and beauty of whiskers next Sunday morning N Cowgill, E. B. Prather. J. M. W. Kern, of Indiana, Mt. Hormon Senator John A. E. Kennedy, C. P. Shumato, subject, "Tho In nml evening. Morning Miland Uuclo Joo Cannon, of Illinois. Way No. 1." Evonlng L. A. Stone, A. R. Stone, J. H. a number that will Heavenward Hickman thcro Way No. let, W. H. Baltzer,' R. L Bradley, H. of subject, "Tho Heavenward Mollio Prabo delighted to hear of tho defeat Invitation Is always F. Romloy, A. M. Tyler upholding tho bcautj and 2" A cordial tho sldo ther and Miss Mario Brevard. oxtonded. utility of holrsuto vcgotatlon. bnld-hoadeMea-dam- Moving Pictures Saturday night. t ; The Courier's Weekly Sermon ,. I'AHTUll III N8KI ir-- xr tjs Ky. Lump Goal Rexall Remedies KING OF ALL as the name would imply, with a national reputation. MOHL IN DEAD" FOES OINTMENT. Farm Loans make loans nt 5 per cent, interest on lands located in Obion and Weakley Counties, Tcnn., and Fulton County, Ky., in sums of $1,000 or more on s improved farms. 1 first-clas- THE PRECIOUS Pastor Rusiell Painti Out More D ceptivo Additions to the Word of Qod Centaintd In Our Common Version Dibits, but Shown to B Fall Not Found In the Oldsit QrW MSS. One of Thais "Fllst" Hat Moulci.d Accepted Thtology Dad Files Cius tho Apothecary's Olnt mint to Stink. Eeclsslastse 10i1. - 4.50 -DOTH e ' Let me save you money on your coal. STAHR S1VE PHONES to what he supfWRt were tho facts, Heiii-the prayer which begfns, "Tliy Kingdom louif," Is made to end by saying. "Thy Kingdom has come lu Its glory nnd ower." How glad we are to seo tho Truth on Not long- ago I pointed out tho lnt twolro verses of St. Mark's Gospel, in our Common Version, aro spurious o recognized by all scbol-an- i, INCORPORATED because Uieso verses n r o not to be found lu an; of the oldest Greek MSS and were evidently added to tho Word of God In tho Seventh Century or later Moreover, wo (rare proof of tho untruthfulness of this addition. Is it true Ui fit whoever believes tl'm Gospel of Christ may handle serpeuts DECIDES TO KEEP A DIARY with impunity und may drink deadly poison without harniT Surely not It l.i nothing short of a sin for thoso who iVomsn Wins It at Bridge Party and know hotter to acknowledge these Tall Her Hubby All verges nnd to use them to bolster up Attorney-ol-La- w ; About It. theories of Divine Healing. It Is ns ; and Notary Public "George, dear, I've got a diary and mu h n crime to add to the Word of Cod as to take away from It. Will practice in all Courts ;f sade up my mind to keep It." Today 1 Imfte attention to some otb "All right, my lore. It's a habit that er "dend tiles," some other additions to of the State. oarer become chronic. The diary 1 God's Word, which have had much to I auapectr de"Yei, dear, and with a lorely limp do with twisting the theology once livered to the saints. Tske, for morocco cover." the closing words of the Lord's rr i "And It matches your new walking s umce witn Prayer: luit, of courier "Why, how did you know thatT And "Thin Is th Kingdom and Power and Judge B. T. Davis Glory." It hat a swsst little pencil In a cunning VWWAWWA These words, if uttered by our Lord, poora," "Charming. There's a calendar In. should he found In the old Greek MSS But they are not found therein. tide, no dcjbtT" Real Estate Tramfers. "Yes, dear. And there'a a page about They arc. therefore, to bo rejected ns mldltlotis mndn by people centuries Josiah Lynch to It. U Ljnch, 12 foreign postage and things," "Oreatl And a Hat of the wedding after Matthew's Gospel was written acres, $1050 and other consideration. innh irsarlei. from Soothing sirup' to These wordsi ere Introduced when the fnltli of the Church respecting the Joeloli Lynch to J. It. Powell, C3 VUamond.' " "Tea, Oeorge. And the language of Kingdom of Messiah was changed or acres land, 10G0 and other considerchanging from what it was originally. Bowers ar4 blrthstones." ations. New All Tine. And the code of handkerchief secondthrough the ChristTestament the coming of In power and Dora Rankin to M. E. Byrd, soven Blrtationi, no doubtT" ceres, AZQ. "Certainly not. Now you're making glory to establish His Kingdom and to glorify His Bride, U set Hickman Dank to Hickman Bank fun of me. It's really a dear little book. for the tho Church. Gospel Age. But end of this and Trust Co., bank building on Clin- Of course I could exchange It." as the time grew long a change of sen"Exchange It. Exchange a diary!" ton street, J1G00. "Why. yes. You sm. I won 11 at timent came Into the Church. It beD. L. Norman to M. A. Norman, bridge whlit at Mrs. Dummeigh's, and en me popular nud rich. Its bishops were respected. Finally the theory lie so nice I think I'll keep It." land, $G0 and other consideration. "But dont you intend to write In prevailed that God did not Intend to J. R, Brown to C. U. Wilson, lot delay tho establishment of the KingIn Henry Addition, I1G0. "Write la itl Why. I nerer thought dom until the Hccoud coming of Christ, but did intend to establish It In the , Jas. Sanger to Mrs. Nannie of thatl Imiids of the Church during this Age lots East Hickman, ?C00. and to use the Church for the F. M. Smldt to Dob Neely, lots In HOW WILLIE WON of the world and the fulfilling THE PRIZE East Hickman, $CC0. of nil the promises of the past. In Hue with this tho most prominent J. II. Nelson to S. L. Dodds, lota He Clot the $8, Even Thouoh His Ideas bishop of the tlmo was recognlxtd as Differed From the In East Hickman. I! Inely Appointed to represent Christ Teacher's. lu the world and to reign over the na0. B. Bond, Trustee, to W. A. bring about in his stead Dodds. G lota Bond Addition J7C2.CC. Little Willie, having only one eye, tionsMessianic relgu,and to This was the etc. the did not like to attend school, says Bishop of Home, who subsequently Mack's National Monthly. One after- whs styled the Pope nnd who claimed noon he stayed home, and his mother nnd wan accorded tho honorable title, sent htm to the store for a loaf of "l ire is frrrnt of the Son of Qod." bread. On the way back he stopped at sold Hint the equivalent of this It title the school The examiners were there Is worn to this day by the Pope on bis . KELLY SMITH to award t prize of lire dollars in gold tiara, or hat Ykuriut to the smarteit boy or girl In the olais. Del Filll JIttorneyat'Laiv Just ai Willie entered the teacher held "Thy Kingdom Com on Earth." up one finger. Then Willie held up two Clinton, Kentucky The Ionl'H prayer was alrendy In the fingers. This time she held up three Angers, and Willie held up hli flit. Strictures, nnd was known to many of M ftrs to Chrttltuxlht. She held up an apple, and Willie held It could not bo eliminated, But some up the loaf of bread. She called him to zeulous nrson, fully believing that God's Kingdom had come, felt Justified the deik and gare him the five dollars. In amending the pravcr to correspond The examiners Inquired of the teach. er why she had awarded the prire to Willie. She replied: "I held up one finger, meaning there Is one Supreme Being. He held up two. -- ASK FOR.RATES- meaning the starting of the race, Adam and Ere. I held up three fingers, mean, in Faith, Hope, and Charity He held W. J. McMURRY up his flit, meaning in untty there Is Attorney-at-Lastrength. I held up an apple, meaning writes Mrs. Ethel Newlln, Office In Davis Building ou corner. the downfall of man. He held up the of Liberty Center, Ind.. Hickman, Ky. bread, meaning the staff of life. Then 'that I began to take Car-du- l. I glre him the prize." for it lias cured me, and I will never forget It DR. E. M. CRUTCHHELD. "I cannot nrntei VirHnl Dentist that 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 sic partial payment desired at intervals of 6 months after one year from date of loan, interest being stopped on partial payments made. Hickman Drug Co. a. m. tyler rllt-dse- itr this subject: that the Kingdom of God's dear Sou has not yet been set up In any sense of the word that It Is still future. It cannot be set up until this Gospel Age nnd the "elect" saintly few of every nation. Jew nnd Gentile, shall l changed from earthly to heavenly nature by tho First Resurrection, which will i)iialify them to be kings nnd prb-t- ts unto God and unto t'hrlst and to reign with Him a thou Kami year (I tin elation xx, 0) It Is mHI mat nil Bible students should mark this 'fly" nnd extract It from the Precious Ointment nnd notice how much sweeter and fresher the laird's pro j it Is to tbeiu forever "Oh. What a Whopptrl" Who rnnnot sympathize with tho crest infidel Thomas Pnlnn. who when remllnic the last verse of St John's i.iwpel. exi'htlmcd. "Oh. what n wh'V It rsids. "And there nre niso UMiiy other IhlHtjs whlrh Jesus did. the whx'li. if tlwy should lx? written exery mil. I wuufto that even the world It that KIf could not eimtain the should 1m written" (John xxl. JSi Surely anyone of reasoning mind should nee t'te nltsurdlty of siii h s siN'euient Sturdy nil Chrtstkin mints rer hImkiM hsve Informed the Lord s stit'fp liiMler tbelr rsre respecting nliHt Is ind tvlMt Is net the Word of God tin- - IIIM as It wan recognized by the ..t.l!e Churrh aad written down Why sny In tie oriclnsl Greek MSS i hriwtlsn MlHMer sbtHild assail mo iKsaii'Hi I MKltsiror to do for the pco to do I pie w list be has limeh-edt- l sunnt muliTsisml I must leave It to lie I.r.1 to luile N't ween us. Crllk-lsH- i I r,. ut (Iisht-- r nnd n crept I rejs-- t nnth In Wnl of Ood In full itiir leiimse of my own or other men's urmlss, hut merely go by the facts If the ohlest Greek MSS do not roo tntn certain passages of Scripture, how could thoy get into later MSS. except as spurious additions f is-r- O. SPRADLIN Union City, Tcnn. mm HICKMAN MARBLE ' WORKS !& KNTAHMrillKI) TOM DILLON, Sr Hue Marble and Granite ev to II CI Prop. lUtnuts, Url Monuments CURBING, STONE WORK OF KINDS, IRON FENCING. All riE Hickman, Kentucky lks Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, H. M. IHt.KIl J. W AI.KXAMiBIt KENTUCKY J.J. tl. HON lUf HA NT luiirirmiiH OHO. i Iir.J. M. HtMIIIAItl" t. A.rncuroitii II.TIIUKI.KEI.II We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and ofier our depositors the most libcrnl treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS II IUT( HANAV I'rritdenl Par-ham- SUTHERLAND'S EAGLE EYE SALVE Qood for Nothlnc but the Eye) ROBERT L HENRY. Tanas Congressman, Htad of tho New Commlttso on RuUs. r s Itr HAMACtr A.t l'ihl.r J A TlluMrMON. t'sililii three-crowne- d . i 'J "!SssT The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May in resi1st and ending November 1st, dence section, is Sprinkling' Rates t 1011 t t 1011, FOR ? 50 foot front and under 8c for each additional foot. 6.00 Ont-Un- t t Business house rate, each door 6.00 Business Directory "I Am Glad" Davidson's) old stand. Phono No. 2. Hickman, Ky. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Dr. Ball's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey For Coughs and Colds, Cigars nt Fotho & French's. Phone 20, day or night, Hickman, Ky. W. F. MONTGOMERY Undertaker and Regular services at the Presbyter-Ia- n church Sunday morning and even-lug- . B33 At a mooting of a committee representing the Kentucky Press in IuIhvIIIo last week, It voh decided to hold the Annual meeting of tho Kentucky Presa Association at Cerulean Springs, and tho data eel for Juno 19 to 23 too highly for what it did for me. Before I began to take It, I was very bad color, suffered great and Jain pounds. weighed I only Now have a good color, do not suffer f i t t Sprinkling must be done early in the morning rr lnl in nf tornnnn. Plin iomomlir llna. This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. t t 4) HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. $ INCOP.POIIATKI) k xsmASrxa weigh 125 lbs." LAUNDRY Ask for Omega Flour. None bet ter. Uottersworth & Prather, x -- AT B. G. Hale Real Estate f We have several fine tracts of Bottom Land, brlow Hickman, for sale, also some West Hick man lots for half their real value Now is the time to invest in real estate in and around Hickman You can see prices Crowing. Take Bradley & Parhamfs Hearse and drlvero furnished ou short notice. WOODLAWN DAIRY The Woman's Tonic Beware of strong, noxious, mineral drugs, that sink Into your system, like lead to the bottom of a basin of water. Cardul Is purely vegetable and contains no poisonous minerals, or dangerous drugs. It Is perfectly safe and harmless, for use hv nlH and young, and may be taken, as a tonic, for months, withmif nnv nnccl. ble harmful effect fry it A. H. Lest, Proprietor. The only dairy In Fulton County. food at DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N For Internal and External Pains. Helm Pratt's Poultry and Stock & Ellison's. SCHMIDT the TAILOR. If prices and quality will get your trade, wo are It. Hickman Furniture Company, (Jeorgo Dullard, one of tho enptors Basket leaves every of Jeffornon Davis, prosldont of the Tuesday afternoon Southorn Confedorncyf Is ilcnd. Ho had lived in Columbia, Tenn., for a Best Work Lowest Prices number of years nnd followed tho occupation, of cobbler. IIu wns n soldier In tho Northern nnny during tho Civil War, nnd at Its close ho was ono of that Binall body of troopH who Our 2Gc coffee Is equal to any you arrested tho chief of tho lllfntisl uvor bought at 3C to 40o. Uotters-wort- h Southern Kopubllc. 4s... Prather. Call on or address me al Hickman. Business Phone No, IS &. Each one of the Hexall Harmony Toilet Requisites Js carefully compounded from well tried, recipes. Stoves and Ranges. St. Louis Fur nishing Co. soils It tor less. Hickman Drug Co, Carl Schldt ami wlfo wore guests "Ood bless tho nowspnpor," snyH of Miss Llnnlo Throlkeld, at Wood- Undo Joe Cannon, hut a closo ob servation discloses no sentiment of land Mills, Sunday. this naturo coming from tho exspenker Quit borrowing the Courier. regarding tho moLropolltan pruss. $ Hand picked Whlpponvlll Hardware Co. Peas.-Hickma- n