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The Courier has a muni thnt your tub orlptton ha expired llenow promptly II j n wnnt the paper to coma to rem nltpr thin mon h A BLUE MARK'HEFK .vtiilag is the Team tha hh at SpankWGood Team. Grease the Rxles at Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up arnnr.T! wo aitm ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR paw oni.nME sn. ni ni w wmr.RK kkstooit HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 11. ) 1 1911. ltnu Reelfoot Lake soon to be Readied by Rail and Launch , ye&i&'d (0uv u;y iicportrr iuu aLaaLalaaBaaaaaasVkill I BaaaaaaaaLaW M William MIIIb. of I'orlagevlllv. Mo., died in tft Mary' Infirmary at Cairo Friday. Iiuh HHff -- A V SULW nUHklHI KSUd nkaaaaaaaaaaaLaaaaaaL )itiitiwni Kovrnor " ar Iioiu ihru with canilklatca for otlxra to View on the lake Fiiherman Paradue ciiarlep-ioTTie Courier reached our d ak again laat wek after bolus uprd-i- i f n weika tYl'r- -shuilia 1 ! a thousand MHithwoat of Hickat mill mx inil man C. M Yaio ShlURle Co t J. MeDarmntt, of I.oulov1ll for I.leut. Oovttrnor before the Mat primary election of July Int., made life epcnlug apaech at Maylfoldl ieiunlay In th IntorMt of hla can- dldacy. K ran-Ilila- B?a?a?a?a?a?a&-r- -' araK 7 ? 'i . " f .k waTA "HkIV TaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaBBV " . -- J?"!'l'5Ea: & sdaTaTflaB araraTa ZTPBBoHNifeflftBijcb? 4.S3aVjaH liko to tto with tliH Nitadrt and hoeJ Into my back yunl now. I Ilk to toll clot to the noil Mny make her bow. The omiiiy can uiul aim off pay Which In moat jiinls abound. Now eoiun In io I opine, To fentllie the k rou ml i hn fl, The Famoua Walnut Log Hotel. One hundred yeara au ueeured too cr-a- t Madrid arth quako MrhoU Ull) Iteelfool i lb formed. On that day mriirr prinalpat qiwkn but the tremors and aeUwla disturbance wwrtlHu-- ! tor tohR time. In tlm AmurloAn Cy4loHjtH hi lb (Mowing: brief account or Me quake "Itf 1511 ocotired the fatuowi oartli quake or Now Madrid Mlsmurl In ho valley or Ilia MlwlMtfiH rlvar HumbolL remark ttiai It one 0( tho fw oxainplwi of Jim quaking or tho ground fur irira.succMlro uiluuu far (rum any volcano. Ovr an extent or eoun-trfor 300 uilkw woutti-warfrom thu mouth or tho Ohio N-- labor hard about the yard With hint and Kido and rake; ' For ere tho aprliiK "loth onward wing 1 must a oartlmi timko. I Cop) right Hart SclaJTner St Marx lt wk prtnu y itn-toUlni- c Fl.h am bltln.' Tho clllieiia of Moacow tiavu pledged theuutilvvs to pay tho "l ary of llury Iolp aa a ainnilnl dnj-utahurirr for Moicuw and ho haa hieu reappointed by y Shsrlff JJlay-de- bet Itev. Ghuriin A. llaakull, onu of lu known oltltuim oud mlnlntura or V'it Uoutucky, db'd at IIriortou, and waa burled at Bponce'a Chupi'l. aat of Mayfleld H wm 73 yora uporaniiuntfd old and hod Iwnn from aatlvo aurvlco In tho MothodUt confervneo, nnd for the paat few j earn had boon llurw; In Hftrloii of hla with ndatUoa and youth. Arlington Courlur rrU-nd- a r baa a force or men at work razing hid old office building, preparatory to erecting a now brick structure on the old nlte His offlco has boon moved temporally IntoOen Tyler's office on tho opposite corner Wo ore filad to boo the old frame trap torn away; It Is one of the remaining Utu nauitHt of the Iu Klvlnc or thu company of Col. Kd aback In tho buslnosa section, and CrotMlnml Uio lllokiuau Courlur fluda n new modern brick building will add tliat It oiiiltttU tho iuudo or It. U. materially to tho appearance or that Ilrovurd or Illaknmu. Wo might add end of Clinton street. Let the good that It ttluo oinlttod tho uaiuo of W. work go on. II. Jordan, of Clinton, who Informs Tho Iielcber Wright Co., played uh that ho wan ouo or tho company. hero Monday night to a good house Clinton naititto. In their now comedy, "Tho Lady Or Don llruuur, Svcmtary of Statu and tho Liar," which was highly ap Tho many palronq and ht allll turoateiilug to run for Uovoru- predated or on a pkiifonn cnutnlnlnc 30 pluiikf. frleuda of this company regret to ro fling pfti) much ovfrylhlnt; from learn or tho death or Clara Delclier prohlhltltm an editor from Inuibattne t CI lira Wright), who has played the u ctindlduto role or loading lady during flie com to u on puny 'a former ongagementB here Hh to 8ft hl nnnif under two devk-uballot Tho Doctor grnceful died at Carrollton, On., March J.t the iuime She ly aldeatnpM on woman auffraKo. pro after an HllnoAS of three dn)s Ifl survived by her father, Wm Hel and mcbl rldini; hlbltlon oher, her husband, Mr. Wright nnd a little Bon. W. A. Dodda u but-vlror- a - rlv'r. Ilit k'ouimI iouc and ank In crvut undulaUof., and lukt- - were Tito (orntml and wra aKuIn dratiit-Mrfare Uort o()tn In flMurwi thai tjamwrally trended northut and south khuIIihmi mortt than wh and iMttr a mlU kH, (rout Uiw rtwiura uwd and wuyr n0A Uirown &a hljjh aa th toiw or lrNN. Durlue the eou tlnuutlon or ilia osMVuUtoiMi tlm lit habitant) dtatlnuklitd two clawKM or tuorNiHnta, thu vwrtloal and thu luttor wor reyurUed as fur mor dwolatln; than the foruiur. coutlnuud ovor 11m dUturbancoa what has tnau beon called tho sunk-country, until March 30, ISIS. When (hey wamxI oolnolduntally with tho croat .urtlicudko or Caraeaa." Wednoiulay afternoon about 1 DO p. , N'olnn Wllklus T7as shot through tho bowels with a plaiol or rlflo by m an unknown man, from the effecta or which he died shortly afterwards. The abootlne took place on the Btate road botweou Swaiin and VlrKll Hovd'fl hop. Tito woundod man. who waf) In a InifiKy. drovo on to Uoyd's homo where he breathed his last. l!o said ho bad beon abut "by u. low heavy ol mat with curly hair." Murray CJa zette. n clothes are usually of light SUMMER fabrics ; you want them cool. If you want them to fit and stay fit, buy hort-lottta- Hart, Schaffner & Marx for wear, for shape keeping, clothes; for service, and Hart, Schaffner & Marx name in them means correct style. all-wool Suits $18 to $25 Other makes $8.50 to $16.50 &rtjP Smith SP SHOE FOR THE MAN WHO CARES & Amberg The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothea f S SHOE FOR THE MAN WHO CARES WffAU in i, sill i i ltt . ' v J, ,imKicir unit ; vR iy jirif Mt I Secret Service nguuts have disiox ered a dnugeroim counterfeit $1 bill It is a silver certificate series of ls9 check letter "C " This counterfeit w the most dangerous ono lsRiied in ie cent years The quality known at. general npenrancc, upon which niobt of us depend, la oxceptlonalb good Like all counterfeits, however, it ha ttu Its conspicuous mark of bundles-portrait) of Lincoln nnd Grant being so poorly executed thnt the roscmb lanco to tho gouulno Is very sliRht Other defects can bo round on th faco nnd back of tucso notes, but the quickest and surest aid to detection is by oxnmlnation of tho portraits. After n triat la tho Fedornl Court, lastlnj; throo days, tho Jury in the caso or J. F. Vnn Hoosor, against A A. Robinson and oigutoon other alleged night riders, rotumed u verdict of 2.B00 for tho plaintiff, each sido to par its own costs. Vnn Hoos or formerly roslded in Christian coun ty nnd alleged that ho was forced to soil bis property and movo to Ten- nosseo becnuso of being Intimidated by tho night riders. Ho sworo that ho was ruado to knool and with a nooso around his nock compolled to take tho night riders' oath. It la understood that tho defendants will appeal. Van Hoosor sued for J30000. New City Song, Frof M. Wltttnan, the well known musician nnd composer, received from the prose Monday his new sotig Hickman " d had tho plcasuro of hearing tho professor render tho mw city song, mid congratulato Hickman on reoeivlng such a compliment from this gontlomon. It novor docs n song Justlco to merely print tho words, nnd for Uiat roason wo do not glvo thorn In the&o columns. It. however, oxprossos that sontlment Pi- thnt all of us fool who lovo our beautiful The most town nnd pooplo. Tho music Is a ano, from Factory to Home for chnrralng- march, with a good Uvoly Write for catalogue swing, nnd wMl bo at once popular abroad as wo 11 as at homo. The and particulars to cover or title pages is ombolllshod with ton halt tone outs representing C. R. KIENER Factory Itcpresentatlvr, Hickman scenery. Prof. Wlttmau Is a muslcnn of PADUCAII, KY. 419 N. GthSt., splendid ability. Ho has In print about ICO dlftoront pieces ct music, Fulton Loadar: Mnurlco Dillon Is and was for "many years a contributor to Etude, a leading musical Journblo to bo out after a ten days ol fovcr at hits homo In West nal. Most states havo a stato song or Fajton. HMaH9Hf'II anthoni, but few towns are up to snuff with Hickman In having a spoc- ial piece of music for tho municipality Most other Kontucky towns aro must content thoinsolvos with "My Old Kentucky Homo." but Hlckman-Ite- e will soon loam to prefer the strains thnt praise alono tho "Bluff Clty"-th- o coming motropolls of tho South. Tho bulk or tho edition of this song has already boon sold. In tho wholo Hold of medicine thero is not a healing remedy that will repair damage to tho riosh moro quickly than HALLAHD'S SNOW LINIMENT. In cuts, wounds, sprains, burns, scalds and rheumatism, its healing and ponetratlng power Is extraordinary. Frlco 2Cc, DOc and 1 a bottlo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co.O we omitted Miss Nannlo Brown from the 21st of teachers elected to teach the next term of our public schools. By oversight Uio nauio of ! 1 i $500 "wifr mar irini.1T n-- s "'' - ,''';. ,ttt;n llliiil $225. last weok, impviiiu DluKlNII TRUST CO. c,w50.000goWn 3a50Qgg MissHfflo Bruer, doputy circuit clerk, wont to Fulton, Tuesday, to attend court. r - mini, MkMHMMwaw -- 4vf-- i - iF'orcB of Habit, A Council Proceedings U,, F. E. CASE & SON Staple and rancv Lirocene? Hardware, Glassware and Tinware Standard Gas Engine Free Delivery Phone 183 Oil Hickman, Ky., May 1, 1911. Council met In regular session, pros cnt Mayor Dillon, Councllmen Islor, Halo, Shumate, Luten and Powell. Minutes of last regular meeting read and on motion approved and signed. Percy Jones surrendered receipt for ?16 from O. L. Carpentor, of City Cemetery for East half of Lot No. 265, size 20x20 feet, and requested that the City deed samo to D. F. Mayers. On motion the request was granted and tho clerk Instructed to execute deed. ex-su- OXFORDS For Ladies and Children . -1 Editor Brlce, of the News-Bann- loj o $1.50 to $3.50 60c to for Ladies at Union City, relates tho following tale la last week's paper which very aptly portrays tho torco of hnbit "When wo woro a young editor thoro was an old printer lu the poor house near Polk named Ooorgc Wash lngtoa Mstchott Ho was born and $2.50 for Children Iteport of City Treasurer for 1911: AprlL General Fund Account. To bal. per March report. . . 1701 72 To amt. ree'd H. C. Holm... 29165 To amt. ree'd Jno. Wright. ... 183 00 $1X76 37 Dy checks paid during April. 693.81 Low shoes have the call now, everybody is wearing them. We invite an inspection of our large showing. All the newest weaves in suede, gun metal, white canvas, velvet, kid and patent colt. All the best values for the money. SMITH & AMBERG vided, aud upou their falling to do so, the Street Commissioner is buru-b- Sweet Potato Slips Old Time Yams and Queens Leave orders with H. E. Curlin, Hickman, or phone or wrile H. L. Curlin, Woodland Mills, Tenn. All Order Receive Prompt Attention. .. ...'- - Tho Obion county Democratic ex-- , ccutlvo committee met in Union City Thursday. The object of the meeting was to fix a date for holding the primary to nominate caudldateti for sheriff, trustee and county assessor. The date was fixed for the first Sat urday la September Each candidate was assessed $20 to defray tho expenses of holdlug the election. II I I H Balance to credit this acct.. $482.56 clent depth Water & Llflht Bond Acct. On motion the Clerk was Instructreport, balance No change since last ed to have side walk notices served $303 69. for tho walks ordered put downln W. C. Johnson, City Treas. tho ordinance passed at the regular Tho foregoing report, on motion, meeting Oct. 3rd, 1910. On motion Mayor Dillon was apwas approved, ordered spread upon pointed and authorized to collect the the record, published and filed taxes for the year 1911. The following accounts were preTho following ordinances were, insented, properly approved and on mo- troduced, ordered spread upon the tion allowed and checks ordered Is- records, published and filed, and lay sued for uiuounU: over until nuxt regular meeting for final action: J. A. Noonon, Jailer, dieting prison$51.60 ers The City Council of the City of Hickman Ice & Coal Co., for street Hickman, Ky.. do ordain as follows: lights $ID540 That a concrete side walk 4 feet Jno. Wright, street work.... $96 75 wide, and a concreto curb ts deemed necessary abutting on the following. r On motion, Mrs. Jennie V. lots on tho following streets In Weat was instructed to Open up Hickman, Ky.. and samo aro hereby the alley she has inclosed in the ordered to be built or put down at rear of hor property on Troy Avenue. tho expense of the owners of the On motion the plumbers were or- land or lots fronting or abutting on dered to comply with the ordinance said streetB In proportion to the front In reference to digging up streets, age thereof, And putting down pipes to a suffl- On tho west side of Fulton street from Market Street to Brooklyn at., abutting on lot No. 138. On the north side of Brooklyn St., from tho SB corner of Lot No. 138 to the SE corner of lot No. 13C, butting on Lots Nos. 137 and 138, On west side of Ilroadway at, from Catlett st. to Marr St., abutting on lota Nos. 218 and 253. On north side of Marr St., from Broadway st. to Washington st--, a H butting on lots Nos. 236, 237, 238, Long-necketo-wl- t: directed to proceed to have said curbing constructed st the expeuse of the property owners respectlel) in proportion to tho frontage of the luts, by letting contracts for the same to the lowest uul bust bidder, after uUturtlHiug the time, pluco and tho terms of same for ,two weeks by publication in the lllckuiiiu Courier and by notice posted up In threw ur in or o public places In tho vicinity uf said work. The costs and expenses of said work, when so done by tho contract, to be u lien upon tho property. Tho Clerk reported thut lu accord a nee with tho foregolug order bo had turned oer to Mayor Dillon tho olty tax book for the year 1911, and has lukeu his receipt therefor, ahowlug tolul tax of f9335.01. Ou motion Council adjourned Attest: II. C. Helm, City Clark. roared in Baltimore and was well ac qualnted with Edgar A. Poo. He was blind, about 85 years of ago, of wide keen, great, discriminating luleii. gence, his finger nails had grown till they looked like the claws of beast; his hair aud beard long, mm ted and shaggy, his clothing (rets, and filthy Yet boueatu these rag beat the heart of as flue a geutl man as ever lived. One day tb of hauled him to tho News-Bannflee and unloaded him at our dot... The poor totterlug raggud old una "Mr Brlce, Mstchott I Cwu. ssld lug to make his last visit to the printing office " With one arm a round the poor creature to Hay bis trembling form, with the other haul we grasped his fingers, twisted st,d distorted with rheumatism, and gen G. M. & Surgeons, ly led him to the "esse " He tn, efcch letter fondly and lovingly ho ran his hind round all over tho la. Curlin A Curlin. two of our most posing stone." and so on througho.. popular local ptoslrUus. have been the office After whllo he was uu appointed sa physicians fur the new derly soatol and hs said he railroad- - the Chicago. Memphis & those few other things" Weaning Oulf for the lllokinnn division Pros plugs of tobacco and a pint of nhl jlLa Is to be roiiKratulaiMl upon this key The, too, were obtained and solectlon, they are try oapable, pro the wagon came arul took hltn away wevk we wrote his obltuarr greasUo young men. and aro mighty Tb good fellows to bate oil I ho staff He lep in a nauielesn, unknown Only recently these gentlemen have unmarked pauper's grav. What w furnished their offlcea up In most think and say and do and work with becomes us Man Is tht only crea elegant sole, lu fact, thny hato one of the moat complete, up and lure. In the uulverse that w know of Inviting suites to be found In the that preitcuts the wonder of a con statu. Besides they keen a trained slant and ceaseless variation tend nurse In their employ i)rs Curlin Ing to aud winding up with a fixed Jt Curlin seotn to go ou the theory and everlasting uncbsncefcbleneat " that whatever is worth doing Is worth doing right c. er 6. "aleJ n-- o A NEW YORK FOR FREE WOOL Caucus of New York Rtpreitntatlvss BcldM to Push Dtmand for Fret Wool. Washington, Msy 8. Fr raw wool ImmsdUUly dttplte the o loW urging! of Champ Clark. Oscar Undr-woo- d and the otasr Uadera, was d cura tne program after atoriny caucus of th Democratic members of Us Now York dalegaliou In lbs bout. It ws declared a bill for free raw wool will be fraaied immediately by the ways and means committee and submitted to the caucus. By a vote of It to 4 the New Yorkers declared for the free raw material All will abide by tbe result of the caucus, A r cent ad valorem duty on wool alio was agreed to. uianu-acture- Big Success. Brownsville. Messrs. Jodie Langford and lieu Capps entertained a number uf young folks of Brownsville Saturday night Strawberries and cream were served There will be six new telephones installed In this neighborhood this week Homo phones of course. from Marr st. to Catlett st, abutting ing directors and othor Important bus Iness. C. J). Hoo, Masou Barnes and on lots Nos. 236 and 235. On south, side of Catlett st, from T. F. Benton, Directors. M H Walnut st. to Broadway st.. abutt B 1 --it ing on Lots. Nos. 218, 219, 220, 221, U.K. OUHMN-a. a. Klmbro was In Fultou this On the east and west side of Ash week. land st, from Catlett st to Marr st, L. II. Coombes went to St. Louis abutUng on lots 223, 248, 224, 247. Saturday on business. On west side of Walnut street from O. L. Carpenter was lu l'aducah Catlett st to Marr st, abutting on this week ou business. lots Nos. 230, 241. On East side of Broadway st from Catlett st to Marr st, abutting on lots Nos. 217, 254. And that Bald concrete walks and curbing bo made or put down In work and material In good workmanlike order. The owners of said lots are hereby directed to havo said walks and curbing put down within 30 days aftte tho passage of this ordinance as herein provided, and upon their so falling to do so, the street commissioner is hereby directed to proceed (o have Bald walks and curbing conTho experience of Motherhood is a structed at tho exponao of the prop- trying oiio to most women mid marks propor distinctly :iu eouh in their lives. Not erty owners respectively In one woman itiahuu- sr tion to tho frontage, of the lots, by I Zrr xJ&pJreil Is prepared or letting contracts for the same to the uuueiHiiiuus now lu lowest and best bidder, after adverproperly care forher- i-- :: r self. Of course near tising the time, place and terms of ly every w oiuun now- samo for two weeks In tho Hlckm.in adajs has medical Courier and by notices posted up In treatment at the time of child-birtthree or more public places In the vl but many approach clnlty of said work. the experience with Tho costs and expenses of Bald an organism unfitted for the trial of work, when so done by tho contract, strength, and when tho strain is over to bo a Hen upon the property. her system has received a shock from CopTr fhl W brC E Zimmerman Co No. 92 which it is hard to recover Follow-In- s right upon thin comes tho nervous Tho City Council of tho City of Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follows. strain of caring for tho child, and a distinct cbango In tho mother results. : That a concreto curb Is deemed Therols nothing more cliaralnsthan necessary on cast and west oldo of a happy and healthy mother of chilunder right Troy avenuo from Moscow avenue to dren, and indeed child-birt- h conditions need bo no hazard to health Holly st, in East Hickman, Ky., in or beauty. Tho unexplainablo thing is front of lots Nos. 1, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, that, with nil tho evidence of shattered first-cla- ss 20, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 43. 44. 45. nerves and broken health resulting 46, 47, 48, 49, CO, CI, 52, 53 54. C5. C6.67 from an unprepared condition, women will persist in going blindly to the trial. 68. 69. 70 in Block 1; and Nos. 94, 95, It isn't as though tho cxpcricnco 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102. 103 104. camo upon them unawares. They havo 105. 106. 107. 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, ample time in which to prepare, but thov. for the most Dart, trust to chnnco 113, 114, 116, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120. and pay tho penalty. 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128. in many nomes once cuuuiess tuero They alto carry the finest line of Felt Mattresses to 129 la Block 3. are now children because of the fact E. Pinkbnin's Vegetablo And that all of said concrete curb- that Lydia makes any store. be seen Compound ing be made or put down in work and healthy, and strong.women normal, material in good workman like order. Any woman tvbo 'would liko Tho owners of said lots aro hereby special advice in retard to this INCORPORATED directed to havo said curbing put matter is cordially invited to nt down within 30 days after tho pass-ag- o write- to Mrs. IMuklinmbo Lynn, Brass. Her letter will licld in Next Door to Post Office. pro itrict confidence. UNDERTAKERS of this ordinance tui heroin H M M TbU week wears makings err special ihowlneof Oluett and Monarch Hblrta. BhlrU that lit, wear, laundry and LAST. Then we have a complete Hue of Uoltnri and make a ipeclaltyof ilzes all toe way through tue line. oue-quart-er B t M All parties Interested In Browns239, 240, 242. 243, 244, 245. 44C, 247 ville cemetery aro requested to meet 248, 249, 250, 261, 252, 253. &t Brownsville Saturday, May 20, at On east side of Washington street 10: 00 a. m., for tho purpose of elect- laat Ellison Bros demonstration Friday was a big urcas. sllhough the firm wait dlaappoluted lu not re celvlng their now soda fount In time to serve cream and drinks ss they The rvt of the had announced was curried out, however. In a pleasing manner Hundreds of people partook of ih dainty samples Served Among by this enterprising firm other good things were Hobln Brand canned goods and vegetables, all the high class products of the National celebrat Biscuit Co, Dotlson-Braun'xl preserves, pickles, otc, and cakes Self rising baked from Lightning Flour (a flour which requires no bsk Ing powder, sodu or buttermilk ) pro-grus S H BABE IS VICTIM OF FIRE Forgotten In the Ruth, Reacue Comee Too Late to Save Its Life. Chicago, Msy 8. During the excitement which prevslled Sunday night wtion the Mary Vlsrslla Hobba build lag of the Msthodtst orphans at Lake Bluff took fire, Richard Xllller, 2 years old, was forgotten and loft lu the burning building. A volunteer firs lighter found him la a vacated roora aad brouRht him out, hut he died soon after duo to bums and smoke suffocation. Teaohers Elected at Vienna, III. Vienna, III., May 9,The board of education of Vienna elected the fol lowing teachers for next year Super intendent, A. T. Whlttenburc: assist ant principal high school, Mlas Lulu Ramsay, primary, Miss Amy UaUner, , ana graae tescners. Misses Anna Lydla Howell and Nwllls Oray. A principal for the high school and one grade teacher la yet to be eUoted. Dal-lowe- As a whole, the demonstration was very successful It was somewhat etubarnsslng tu bo uusblo to serve drinks and crtatn, as had been an uounced, but this could Hot bo helped, nnd those who attended fell amply repaid for thntr troublo with the treat that awaited them. Facts About Motherhood JJA So yji III lift wv iiV Railroad Conductors dithering. Jacksonville, Fla., May . Dole. gatis to the convention of thv Order or Kallroad Conductors of North America are arriving for the meeting today, and which continues to May 20 It is expected 10,000 will attend. The making of u patch of Ken- We Mean Business The goods we sell tucky wilderness into a town of 000 pcoplo within 10, The Old Cabinet Maker says The Hickman Furniture Co. is the Brass Beds, Davenports, place for Parlor Suits, Bedroom Suits, Porch Furniture, Lawn Swings, etc. at six months was commenced last week when tho Tost-offlc-o Department ordered tho establishment of tho Jenkins Jenkins will bo tho headquarters of tho Consolidated Coal Company's operations in Pike and Lotchcr counties, Kentucky. It will bo tho center of tho activities of tho company which owns and will at onco develop thousands of acres of rich coal lands there. Though Uio slto of Jenkins is but a bit of wild land now, 2,000 homes will be mado thero within six months and 10,000 persons will ho domiciled there post-offlco. and our determination to thoroughly satisfy your shoe wants ought to make your shoe Business our business. Pick out the style you prefer that's your business Leave the fitting to us that's our business. If we once get your shoe Business we'll make it our Business to keep it. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. v. Houses for salo on instalment plan. M. B. Shaw. tfc Hickman Furnltnro Co., headquar ters for anything In furniture. Bradley &Parbam .SfcTi. JfJLJa. isw . -- . jagw-E- a "y-WWf- fWf "HI hi. niuii a J. 0. Stubbs lC1t BIWI. of einiN'i Mor on N. 81 ntlBtng DENTIST THE HICKMAN COURIER. ft. Tm 1 mint thathn yoor iob orlptlon A BLUE MARK HEBE w HO. Ol VOLUME IK WEBTERH KEKTOOKT DfcBT TAPER 'J p Sulll-i- u Renew promptlr If want the paper to come toron after thin mon.b excited ru i V Couriers a Spankln' Good Team. Grease the Rxles 'of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Lefs Hitch Up 180O HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1911. WHOLE BO. 3UB1 IK THE TEAB ESTABLISHED in HERE UwpJon Hlc mh THERE! Some Photographic Views of "QrtaUr Hickman," Kentucky, taken from the ground, was over from Fultoo, In corroboration of the Induitrlal of our clalma of Ita beauty and advantages. League, giving mute testimony a&ple pauta at bait price. Hrot Mi ( :rtd M Luotlu Donduraot Id I'aducab. U ia4tlu 3W& ALIKE .- - yi -- iCT L (.CLflW ylTR I VJK--LL- J. I 4 'J J. V , Afuir""""1 iiSssjjjKSi I rtilljvl jMJyy.yvn "i ' C JSlliBBasstl'i .4tBABtatll JP l rtHHasssfiTil p! ixvSIb ' better i bliiRlrs for ! Yatvt Bhlntclo Co. Det-rlni- uioury mower I I'll SAI.1J Ip fcod at iww W A. MeOht , lb rho.se WithMoneyi tfitny on route a from .ur ahlniclea iii - C M $1 0 Whit, of uear Derma. 4i tb cupt of C. H Patterson mid Mrs H fJrTfjKK iHDiftV r'3fsWSWiiy I it C k H 2. last 2 ek a thousaud on burlne direct from Yato Bblnglo C to by InThe Ui.dMarw .. w Thompson, thw ivb of John Thompson, Irrtus In by it wagon iuii Hketlllr. aturday aud badly hurt. or of Industrial I. au- - dduion looking Southwest from University Mound. BANK CdDFiIcbt 1909. .gww"v''awaK!er E. Zlmmcrmia o. 21 J ti r! I'ostiuaatur 0nral Hltchoook U bftdrnt tbat penny postage la it , rotaJilllly of the r futurn. n.-a- HpHE days of the month present no ' ter- wall parxT and barn a quantity of aaiuplea. All prlcf fiuui the vury cheapest to thu fltieat. Puqua. Ilriui & Co. Wo iarK ror to those who with sufficient foresight have started a bank account. For -- i T . by tonnlo Vr.v. who wa arrt-ay Marabal McKbdrit, at ArltiiK oc. on Information tbat bo wa waul rd In MiaalMlppI, made bla oaeupe from two deputies Sunday iilxbl. regardless of the day when an obligation falls due, they may meet it with equanimity, so tomorrow is always a day of joy. inachlue ibopa aud faetory of Smith k Sou la uow eoinforU My located Iu thulr uow bulWIuc with iarj;j and eotnmodUnut quarura. Tho building aa built where thi old abup stood. r Tb F The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. Hii. hint; tarn on thu lull Line throuRh mt-Uo- u Ureati-- r Hickmau Token from of Hickmau In background. ' 1 ,1 rty Street, showing residence Cowuodoro Kerd llurold. it year old, bo built tho flrat steal bull boat ou tho Mlsslsalppl river, died Tuaday. llu built tho In 8t Kerd llurold, whloh li atlll in commission, and paKatta lllokiuan au-unr- Real ,: Estate $21.00. Ferry Boats Sold. Judgo H. F. Reruley, trustee la bankruptcy for W. A. Hlnshaw, sold at auction Monday morning the ferry equipment Mr. Hlnshaw bad In service hero between Kentucky and Missouri. The outfit, Including the wagon ferry boat Dixie, two passenger launches the Fox and Mary, and two small barges, were aold separately. The Dixie brought $350, the Mary $250, tho Fox $150, and the two barges $76, making a total ot $825. This Is & bout twolhlrUs tho appraised valuo, and was bid in by Judgo F. S. Mooro, for Mrs. W. A. Hlnshaw. In all probability, Mr. Hlnshaw will continue to operate the ferry. Eczema Yields readily to Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salvo. You see ant mprovemnt after tho first application. We guarantee It. It is clean and pleasant to antec It. It Is clean and plaesant to use. 25c a box. 8 IC a $&- - ' 'CBliT Salllo Thomad to I. D. TlggrelL lota East Hickmau, iwle A Wfl'k. S. Cohn et al to Mrs. J. W. Burton, lots Fulton, 525. I. B. Tlggrett to Industrial League, Iota East Hickman, 1 and other consideration. W. L. Browu to Industrial League, lota In East Hickmau and mud In that neighborhood, l and other consideration. Tho finishing louche ou tho Memorial building ou tbn Lincoln Kami at Ilodiieiivlllii baTu been made, aud thu bulldlm; la now complete In over detail, and ready for tho dedication JunuS. There la no doubt but tbat tho structure lit on.) of tho most aub stantlul and bandaomoly fluUbcd building In Kentucky. Sheriff Easter ood, of Union City. camu out with a alight lino Iu bla caso boforo tho federal court Iu which bu bad been charred with 11 Irgal Imprisonment of olio Hnittua Jonvn. Haatua It wouia bud ruu oft with the wlfo of a tit'Cro down Iu Oeorsla who bad badly out and atnb bed a white man ThrouKh an ouay and prfeitly Innocent error. Mr Eaaterood locked up the The Ittllo Kirk corner restaurant waa sold at auction Monday by Deputy Marshal Sid llnuihy It waa pur chased by Juo Mllncr for J29 After thu aalo, Mr. ICIrk put Iu a claim for two uionlha reut Tho way of tho small eating Joint aecma to bo hard II. C. llurch la upending aoveral days In Cairo with his sisters T. A. I.edford la adding auother room or two to hi resldetico and I I III itfaT ajllllh1 'ti -- iliaT" 4 ' v 4 . ISfc IBBHBeUF j BV PSrAriT.- .Jfe- .". - ' i.Mk...ar', . - . iKJTKrrzm '3EA ZZur.rl Joe Cantlllou to Industrial Leoguo land, $250 and other consideration. VPrBT-.- . r J. O. Allen to Lau Tuck, In CI acres land, $757. Interest IokitiK district up State Street from "Oreater Hickman" shun lug long, steep hill approaching present business "X" In Jtreet at cnuuilnt; ot 7th at root Old box building on left Is at NW corner Parks Addition. C. L. Walker to Mra. Lena Parhain lota SouUiern Heights, $500. V BOSTON AND KNEELAND. SHOES FOR MEN SHOES Your Kind of Clothes The difference of a few dollars spans the chasm between utter disappointment and entire satisfaction. clothes for men and young men you receive the care and quality of the finest tailoring. In Fine for Nimrods. P C Ward, the genial and popular proprietor of the Walnut Log Hotel at Reelfoot Lake, waB a pleasa'nt caller at this office Saturday. Mr. Ward informs us that he Is add ing more rooms to the hotel, and getting ready to look after the sportsmen in good shape. The new railroad which comes up through that country and will bo in operation in a fow days, misses Walnut Log about five miles, crossing what it known as "Big Slough," aa arm of the lake, on T. A. Ledford'a farm Mr Ward proposes to put In a gasoline launch to run between tho railroad and his hotel, thus afford ing a pleasant little trip along with tho outing on tho lako, for thoso who mnko the trip by rail. The slough, has a good depth, still water and tho tops of the trees Interlacing makes a beautiful shado or canopy all tho way to his placo. An effort will bo inado to establish a small town on Mr. Ledford's place, at which mail and express may bo rocelved, especially during the summer months. With anything like rcnsonablo departures and arrivals of the C, M. & Q, trains at Hickman, our peoplo will havo easy access to the lake, and a large portion of the day will not bo lost ou the road going or coming. It will be a fino proposition for Hickman-lte- s who wish to visit this famous fishing placo. Sullivan Bros, will savo you money on your men and boys suits. making other luiprovetneuts. An old North Statu darkoy was sent to a hospital In Charlotte for treatment. Upon bla arrival ho waa placed In tho ward and ono of tho nurses placed a thermometer In his mouth to tako his tomperaturo, and when the doctor made tho rounds, he said to him: "Well, my man, how do you fcoir "I foela right tol'blo sar." "Havo you had anything to cat'" "Yossar." "What did you hnvo7-"- A lady done glmmo a pleco of (lass to suck, aar." THE THAYER POK BOYS III our made-to-measur- e in r pBBBg, it ,J. ?. i III Ill III LWf 8 i1 jadBJjaSaBs? jC" 1. iBaBE t j I v: r INTERNATIONAL SUITS To Order. Two and in III III III III III ', I Three-Piec- e Suits oC. e rtjftr'S7 - r ' 3 x $14 to $4:6 Swan Hats Select Furnishing' QOOCIS The newest shapes and weaves in II - t The suggestion of W U Haywood, uho was tried for complicity In the murder of Oov. Stounenberg. of Idn he, that all labor unions go on a strlko tho day tho McNamaras are put on trial, has mot with no fvaor among tho great body of laboring peoplo who constitute good citizenship Haywood only Injures himself by such suggestions. Laboring men more than any others are vitally Interest ed In arriving at the guilt or Innocence of tho accused men and it thoy aro found guilty they should bo repudiated and their punlahmcnt approved by every ono who Is not himself a criminal at heart. ll": '1 I m "III n I MM; " ' ' : H - III III III III III '2 ? Eclipse Shirts, Arrow Brand Collars, Balbriggan, Nainsook and Mcrcerctte Underwear, Silk and Lisle Hose, Fashionable Neckwear. STRAW HATS $1.50 to $3.00 ? ? 3 ; t s S ? f I l i : S is .3 " W I - il III III III III I I 7 i, V " I tf 2 II I I M Ull I s ill i E if : 2 li 'l II l MILLET & ALEXANDER Jr .' iHasssssssssssssssssssssssH! SBssssslassssssssssBsBBlBBasl ... " ,t .. .. ...' ,, . - . & JM-- -., , (r The New Railroad Will be Finished into Hickman Before End of. Present Week. Yesterday morning C. T. Bonduraut All trains will stop at these places, carried Contractor Mosby, T. A. Led- and sldo tracks and other conveniencford, Pres. Latta and a Courier repre es for handling freight will bo prosentative down to wbero tbe construe vided. A more fertile country was Uon crew of tho Chicago, Memphis never traversed by a railroad, and & Gulf R. R. is laying tho steel for somo of the stations in timo will betho new railroad, about two miles below Hickman. We were surprised to find such a substantial track and road bed; it Is almost equal to that of any trunk line. Tbe steel weighs 70 pounds, end tbe cross ties are heavy cypress, closely laid. With the work train of 6 or 8 cars are about 100 laborers, a large per cent of whom are Italians, and tho work Is going on at a good pac9. Under favorable circumstances, Ui'jy lay r.bout one mile of steel a day. At that rate, It will be au easy matter for them to build on into Hickman before Saturday nlgbt. At noon today they had reached Stevo Stahr's farm, about a half mile from our limits. undor Mr. Talley. Contractors Dondurant & Mosby, finished the work of grading yesterday at noon, the work terminating in Washington street In West Hickman. So If nothing out of the ordinary hap pens, our citizens will see a new railroad In Hickman this week; not only the track, but locomotives and cars bearing the Initials "C, M. & 7. It It.," which will be entirely now to most of us. Contrary to general anticipation, this Is not a "grapevine" or "Jerk water" road, but a first class, modern railway system. has spared neither monPres. ey, labor or material In making the new road a good road. Mr. Latta Informs us that nil his train dispatching will be done by telephone, u service which Is fast superceding the old Morse telegraph In tbe officers of many of the big railroad systems. Tbe road now has this service between Dyers-bur- g and Phllllppy's Mill, between which points Ihey are operating pascor-pc.a- tc Some Reasons Why ' ,t f. I ft r J r' .. It1 :f- -. senger trains. The new road almost follows an air line from Tlptonvllle to Hickman, covering a distance of about 22 miles. Between Tlptonvllle and Hickman, seven new towns or stations have Starting from been provided for. Hickman, they como in tbe following order: Owens, Ky. Ledford, Ky. Bondurant, Ky. Tyler, Ky. Phlllippy, Tenn. Wright's, Tenn. Proctor City, Tenn. come towns of more or less pretention. Tho C, M. & G. will run two trains out of Hickman to Dyersburg dally, with a schedule as follows: Leave Hickman 5:30 a. m. Arrive Hickman 12:00 noon Leave Hickman 2:00 p m. Arrive Hickman at 8:30 p. m Hlckmaultes will certainly bo delighted with Mr. Latta's arranga-roeof schedule for us. For the hundreds of people who annually visit Heelfoot Lake, this time card Is a bonanza. Regular freight and passenger traffic cannot be established until terminal arrangements here have ben completed, which, however, should rot bo many days hence. The freight dpot will be located In Bond's In Wost Hickman, but it has not as yet been determined where 'ho passenger depot will bo located T.iere has been some negotiation .villi tho N.. C. & St. L. for passen gor accommodations at their station, but nothing definite has developed in that line. The citizens of Hickman, as w II us Pros. Iitta and his ussoclate. Mr Hlce, are dulighted with the fact that the road Li so near completion It will be of Inestimable value to 'he town and adjacent territory The Mengel Box Co. has already contract ed for a train load of logs to be de llvored to their factories dally, and present Indications are that the road will enjoy a splendid patronage In both passenger and freight depart uients, and In neither case will It be confined solely to tholr local stations The advent of this new road marks an Intensely interesting epoch In tho history of Hickman It is the firs number on the program of "Creator Hickman." with greater things to folin making low. Let us the now venture a success. It is a permanent and worthy Institution, meaning much to us as a city The Courier knows that the management will bo found right in line with us in making Hickman the metropolis of tux South. in Why not declare a Hickman In honor of the event, and ro down and helD drive the first spike within the city limits? We are not blessed with a now railroad and clever men at the head of It every day; let's show our appreciation. nt half-holida- y Ellison Bros. Thoroughly Screened on all sides, and a continual fight is going on to keep every fly out. hope to merit the patronage of all those careful people who believe in cleanly and sanitary methods in the handling of food stuffs. Our store is No Foodstuffs exposed for display on our sidewalk. No Foodstuffs department exposed to the flies. All Vegetables, Fruits and Berries displayed outside our doors are kept in a Glass Front Refrigerator, thoroughly iced. Glass Front Refrigerator, and kept cold at all times. Meat shop thoroughly screened on all sides. Meat Refrigerator kept perfectly clean and thoroughly cold at all times with plenty of ice. All Vegetables, Berries, Butter and Eggs, Cheese, etc., are kept in our up-to-da- te And we endeavor to keep everything about our store as cleanly as it is possible to do. Prompt Delivery Service All Telephone Orders Promptly Delivered. ...Vour Money Back if Not Satisfied... On these grounds we solicit your patronage. -- CO TO- - Smith & -- Amberg Fon- The following were confirmed S. L. Dodds and Ed Palmer Admr Oscar Digs. E M. Sansoin Admr. P. II (iouger. Fulton Circuit Court convened in R. A. Napier executor J M McAdoo. Fulton Tuesday morning, Judge Wm. Robert Carpenter Admr. J. R. Don-nulHeed, of Paducah presiding. Tho following cases were disponed Julian Choate Admr. Ruth Fuller. of Tuesday. W. A. Brown Committee for C. Commonwealth vs. Frank Twigg, Herring. contiuued on account of absence of Circuit Court. l. Floor Coverings and Curtains,.. stock the complete, gives you the advantage of selecting just what you need at the most reasonable price. Vtltnetises. whereat nil times, up-to-da- te Rugs, Carpets, Linoleums, Oil Cloths and Mattings, Lace Curtains and Shades, Net and Madras by the yard, Cretonnes, Silkolines, etc. It would be best and most economical for you to inspect our line before buying elsewhere. II t i One of the moat enjoyable events of Ibo week was the rook party given Tuesday evening by Mrs. S. L. Dodds In honor of her visitor, Mrs. Ella The color Boone, oL Philadelphia. scheme wsb pink, white and green and effecUvely carried out in the decorations, the mints, which wore pink roses and the refreshments. Pink carnations were presented the Mrs. W. H. Heath returned Tuesguests as favors. Cream, strawber day from a short visit with her hus ries and angel food were served. band, near Marblo Hill, Mo. Mr. The guests were: Mrs. E. D. John-bou- , Heath's many friends hero will bo D. B. Wilson, T. A. Ledford, B. glad to learn that his health has P. Gabby, J. T. Stephens, S. M Hub- greatly improved by "smlplo life" bard, Percy Jones, T. T. Swayne, J. treatment. M Hubbard, Henry Sanger, W. C. Tbe City Council has opened tho I Johnson, Carl Schmidt, C. L. Walker, Cue Threlkeld, R. M. Ialer, W. H. concrete side walk campaign for tho Baltzer, C. P. Baltzer, J. O. Stubbs, )ear 1911, and tho first instalment of County Court. E. B. Prather, Mrs. Moaby, P. M. ordinances Introduced at the laBt The regular May term of County Ryan, F. E. Case, W. O. Stockton, meeting Indicates that they are comH. L. Amberg, J. C. Sexton, P. T. ing strong this year. Five years ago Court was held Monday, but very lit. Randle, J. A. Thompson, W, S. Elli- Hickman had the bumest walks in the tie business was before the Court, son and Misses Light Faris and Liz-zl- o country; now we have the best of Tho following fiduciary settlements any city our size anywhere. There were filed: Amberg. is still room for improvement, and wo F. S. Mooro guardian for Ida May Will Dillehay, ago 26, and Miss Ma trust the city dads will not let ud Adams. W. W. Watson, guardian for L. N. be Allison, ago 16, woro married at until they run out of places to build and G. J. Rhodes, them. the homo of tho brido Sunday. , President Diaz of Mexico on Sunday night Issued a manifesto to tbe people of Mexico declaring his Intention to resign tho presidency as soon aa p ace is restored. As to when peace is restored President Diaz reserves tbe right to bo the judge, or In bis own words, "when my conscience shall dictate." Commonwealth vs. E. A. Robblus, falso sweamlg, passed. Commonwealth vs. Glp Foster, gam- Inn, fined $7G. Commonwealth vs. H. E. Roach, dis missed, reasons filed. Commonwealth vs. I. C. R. R. nuisance, fined $40. Commonwealth vs. J. M. Harris, on charge of robbery, acquitted. Commonwealth vs. Lee Carter, on charge of murder, change of venue granted and transferred to Hickman county for trial, tbe case to bo tried in Clinton, May 22. Commonwealth vs. Sam Edwards, fail to answer subpoena, fined $2.C0. Commonwealth vs. Bob Wcatherly, three cases continued. Commonwealth vs. Ed Roberson, In one caw fined $100, In nnothor case $200 and four more enses filed away. On Wednesday tho following cases wore tried: Tho case of Bert Cooper, charged with robbery Is being tried today. Tho young man Is alleged to have tak en a $10 bill from tho safe of the W. K. Hall Lumber Co., a few months ugo. The grand Jury returned two Indictments. Comonwealth vs. J. W. Patterson, motion for now trial overruled and case appealed. T. II. Winsett vs. City of Fulton, verdict for plaintiff for $191. Mr Winsett was suing tho city for allog- cd Injuries received In November last, when he stumbled and fell off a walk, breaking his leg. Commonwealth vs. Florenco Taylor, selling whiskey, not guilty. The Christian Church decided last at tho morning hervicoa, to bogln a rovlvnl meeting Sunday morning June 11. Tho preaching will be done at least In part by tho pastor. Arrangements aro being made to secure the wirvlres of n competent louder of the song services nnd direct tho mimic. Tho church has luul the holding of theso meetings under contemplation for some weeks, but hnd not been able to decide definitely upon a time of beginning until Just at present. S.unday, After a lingering Mm of soiii. months, Mrs Klla Noonou hcott, II. beloved wife of Mr V II SUolt. pnn ed away early Wednesday morn I it, at her horn In Pulton, agod 46 year Mrs. Scott was the dnugMttr of Samuel J Seott. ami whs Cayco. born In this county was a faithful niiMiiber of lb Motko-dlh- t Church oui was not only faith fill to liar church, but Jiwt as faithful In believing jtlmt It was duty as a Christian to 'do th will of Maotor at nil times, and wm always rettdj to lend a helping bund Ih time of need. She was nu o very .lay Christian. The beautifying lufliieneus of a puro religion wero spraad owr a life nnd character as n polios and charming n was She In mrvlvrd by her husband, one daughtr. Lucllr, and one UMir, In- - watfr frA - at II V, 1'iirlin Judifw W Nnytor wan In Pulluu Tyler and sou. It A . IrfftUt on busltioM this flmt of ih fHfrt II l vwk. A. dod. nr wort WMk. It. Jttt, Mnym hnti Wan appointed awl quallfted an eotable In iiKiKlntertal dLlrtcl N'h. a. hr hr le-d- Rlebard II. Wright. attd a hoJI farmer iwnr Vln, dtod Friday inortiiHg, of pHoHiuuiita. ?. Either ItobertM ami Ml Mrrilo .Motrin, both of this county, were rim! at th Court llnuso Saturday. Hr rr ihhwI. MIbm Sunlit Noonon. A. K. McComioll tins sold his farm In Pulton county near Jord.in to the Me.Murry Bros., nnd has gob to RimmaII. Ntw Moxleu. man-Hiio- The funeral will bo held today at r O. I). Bond, formerly general 2 o'clock, ltv. McOIII nnd Dr. Moiling or the Rlahmond & Bond oil officiating. InlHriiumt at Falrvlow mill lit this plncrt, ban formed apart-ncrshlMrs. Clara Mny Curlln wan huro cemetery. with Hrtwwt II. Parham & Co Wednesday. one of the oldiwt ronl ontato firms In MvmphlH Ice wa.ter freo at II. E. Gorlln's. Ice water freo at 11. K Curlln'n p Jiunwi Clinney, a farmer in th MiHlslppl bottoms Host of Hallnwnll H Quality our Motto H had four valuable mulen to die last ui'k from soma virulent dlnunso tho throat. Tho veterinary urgeoiiM pronounced It laryngitis Ludli-- of the Christian Church will Borvo sirnwhorrlns. cream nnd cake take Thursday, May 18th, from C to 10 p in , at Mrs. Peck's, (tho old Luttrell homo) on Troy nvonuo. A cordial Invitation Is extended to all. Mrs John Oardner roturned to tin Saturday after a visit to her Marpard H H II, E, Curlln H tirfpirtv in Ihmhihm H Our Motto Quality H ents, Rov. and Mrs. O. W. Wilson. Thursday evening, Mrs. J. M. Hub-bnrontcrtnlned ti largo number of friends at brldgo In honor of nor ols-tc- r, Mrs. Lily Wall, of Tampa, Fin. Strawberries, cream nnd enko wore sorved Tho guests wero: Mosdnmoi H L P EIIIboii, O. P. Shumuto, Mollle Prather. L. A Stone, A. R. Stono, T. T Swayno, II N. Cowgill, J. H. Millet, E R Ellison, II. F. Rcmloy, E. B. Prather, Nannlo Kingman, W. 8. Ellison, W H. Baltzer, A. M, Tyler, C L Walker, C. B. Travis, R. T. Tyler, C O Schlenkor, J. T. Stophcns A E Kennedy, F. S. Mooro, Mrs. Fopo Herring, of Union City, Mrs. Will Hubbard, , of Pr Worth , Tir.nn , Misses Nell Rogers, Virginia Prather and Mario Brevard. ilftnliiiflni U-- " Ii 1 fffitif mi Hi 'iii if- X ! Brighten Up vl ! A-- H"M"M. I it-t.- . RNICOL reproduce! the colore and ef'ectt of hard woode. It It not ( 'ed by heat or cold, soap or water, rt when used on floors doea not w heel mark a. It la dealgned for h on A a W! 4 J! I ! Hoard On the Streets ----. NATIONAL GRANGE SPEAKS sok Psp.r Man 8iyi 4 Mills Must Clce If Proposal It Enacttd Into Law, and Invsttsd Capital Be Idle. Washington, May 9. "Thlt tlmply means that we will Lave (0 qut ,utj. pi'ji. v neat." aald JuSiUe Sullivan, a tBSSSSSA't a book paper manufacturer, at ths bearing on CannJIan rotlproclty me tenatn couimlttee on Moiuro finance. "Thre aro 40 mills making this paper, with a csnltal f inr. iln. 000 ami 30.000 anipkiyos." he continued. "H this reciprocity bill Is passed, It will plnte uikhi our product, com-!rr- l with Canadla uproduotlon, a dis0 T Kelly V 3 military advantage of 7 a ton." Officers of the National Orange aiator fell &0 fi--t from Ills aeroplane from n doton dates uiineiirl to nro. at ban Antonio Ttx and was almost iiuianily kilU-- yesterday afternoon tent the fannurs' protunt agulnat N J Iluchehler of Now Hampuhlre. maator of the Natlonnl Oran. isld that In J8 sum thorv.Sa Olive-Madd- ox. opposition ainung tbs uiismmout fanners to th Canadian agroomehL' j no introduction of the froa llt bill In the house. Iiaehelder said, was an Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock, adrnkwlon that tb farmort vsore treat, an impressive wedding ceremony, per ed unfairly to tb rcrlprorlty agreo-iflon- t. formed by the Kev. E P. Lindsay, Ho declnrei! the agrceutv took place at tho beautiful country violated every principle of Juatlce. Robert Ilwton. master of the Illinois home of Mr nnd Mrs J E Olive, r Crannf, olrvol tbut it ws strange Rives, Tenu , when their charm for the couiulttee, which oftrn heard ing daughter, MIso Mar' Rebecca, be the repreittiailve of tniats and coni. came tho wife of Dr. D. C. Maddox, bines, to hw from the farmera argu. of Terrill. manis sbowlnc whr they should be The brlday party entered the artisprsteeted from unfairness tically decorated parlor to the strains Mendelssohn's Wedding March, renFor All Dowel Troublea dered by Miss Cecil Ollvo, sister of I'm Or IleU's Autl-PalRelief Is almost liMtantnneous Is aUo good the bride. The brldo was attired In a blue satxtarnally for all kinds of palns.Solil avajrrwbara. in tailored suit. After an Informal reception, the X bridal party motored to Union City KalH la badly needed. vhere the happy couple boarded the M C. Raluay was In Pulton Moti: train for St. Louis, Chicago and other day, points. The groom Is a eon "of L C Mad r H. T. allanded eourt at Pul- oox who resides near Hickman ton, Monday. Congratulations. T. II. Reynolds went to Union Q(ty this tnarulus. I! 9 9!l , I, C. P. iliumnte and wlfo wouucl j, i, Paduoab Tuesday. , Phlla-delphl. y Wo aro authorized I to announce M.. Ico water freo at H. E. Curlln's. Seo tho new neck wear at Curlln's. L. II. Wheolor wna In Kulton yoa-tonla- 8. A. NOItMAN, of Mayfleld, as a candldato for State Sonnto from tho district composed of Uio counties of Graves, Fulton and Hickman, subject to tho action of the Democratic Primary Election, on. July 1st, 1911. to announoo W. A. FIIOST, of Wlngo, a candldato for tho Slate Scnato from tho district composed of the counties of Fulton, Hlckmnn and Graves, subject to tho notion of tho Democratic Primary Election, on July 1st, 1911. SUTHERLAND'S EAGLE EYE SALYE Wo aro autborlzen FiuORS, hard or aoft wood, w, In good old or or bad condition, paint WEATHER: Unsettled today; Fr. t or natural. It la a Vory durable, day fair and cooler. "jctwe and economical floor finish. t tiling wears better. Cowv.lll Kofiara wout to ilungal-wood- , Tuu., 'ruuadny. AuuDWOHK new or old, of hard or i t wood. It makes the woodwork Asober Kaunedy nud Clarouco lt.d , srt of the color scheme of the iiiotortnl to ItlvtM, TuwHlay. n It covers the bad palntlnu H I. Hrdhy l doInK grand Jury , renews finish that has been marr i r worn. It Is a great Improve- - srvle at Pulton this for kitchen wainscoting, refrla- Mrs J. T. Sltspbtins ami Mrs. P. jtors, kitchen slnki, bath roomt, Ac M Kyau moior- to Union City Prl-lati'HNITUnC. It helps to harmonlie c furniture and decorations, renews Mrs. Dillon j artlcUs, giving them new lift pond aJoslo dayt left yostwdky towith I'adoetih rlafw & beauty. tlTtW Dp. Bell's AnticepticSalve Good for nil Skin Diseases. I Stationery and blank books & French's. at Fo-tl- u Good for Nothing but the Eyes Standard garden seed of every at Bcttcraworth & Prather'a. ft wk 0vvvmmmt :j ; : : : : : . : : But it : : : : . ; ; ; ; ; Cowgill's Drug Store, Wont Hurt Farmer, it ' ! Mrs th lllaud. OU Alttju. of Olny, lias, hi r.utt f bar stater, Mrs. J. W Feels Good to take a bath in a beautiful, clean enameled tub. Beats the old zinc tub bath a thousand per cent. The enameled tub is healthier, too. No place for germs to lodge and breed disease. Better have us put one in your house. Sanitary plumbing is no longer a luxury, it is a necessity. : : : : - JmsI I'rleo urrtted lire on Monday t rlslt hr aunt. Mrs Ou Mtss i M(K. : ; : : ; : : : : : : : : : : : u rvportrd i .lins farinar of Perm Journal. Mr. Morton, of tli Martoii Tlmbr i.'aininc marked arutlaa ealtlnj; (h ii ralsara to writ SaMiara Co, of Dynri4iure, was bar Mewlay i.iuadlately, demanding that they ok iHiafnaaav tiaalut Ilia Hill to put I'raaMaut 0 rft a reciprocity aimaHt wHti II HhsmII Jnhmon ntd Iwb lotaTln W. ItANd'a, Addlttan tlila wsk to Into orftot. ida A. Dfldda fur flTO. lb New Hnftland that maxy of tha Uitsn rvturuwl from ar ractrfvlttg, fra, flatsnlar. Miasma Dors gtoKh aw) VlrKlnhi IIowMuk Opmr wbt - ; ; : : : j ; : : ; ; RIVCR: Cairo gujgo reads 35 feet, Htiiury lu pay for fktodlHK Mm a fall of 1.3 In the patt 4 hours. At Minttry with IHara-'fThat dawl cmra a nip all points above, the river It falling bulbar lh farmers mL 1 sr IN Mls MarKaret HraHSford. of Union ImhIipI for th1r wheal. Tfcay City, vkrtirtd Mlam MHalla Itsnana the lowtmt pilaw What iUty nnd Ikiiidts Canieutar first of the actually want ami want It bud la to tbw utlff aMinil. mil ebanw I hnvw a flu pasture for a limited 4 wont or f Inure In the I'u) h AWrk-ill Thuy know full wall, as doaa KHwlxir of alrxk, ahw a ret pollsd Merybody. that the paMwiffa of the knit wkleli I aland at 11 M. A. a nod ion raatproolly bftl mrana a cwr ie y - manufetnra tariff barons who bora mad a- riMxis fortune off of tha farmers (rtiuch tha operations f tk. "pre- me tariff yrtm" are puillHg wp i.i- iehnklt and wife apout ih-In PNltaR with ratattvw. Mrs. aVhwMl apsat Manlay In Clinton. Cart 4r Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. Both Phones Mo. 73 : : : : - rMMsMMMMMMMMMIMMMallsi T)-la- tw, r tnfr J HmiitoiAimmmf0imim0imjm TAKE NOTICE... : : : ; : . : : : : : : f f iva Hy time la bera; gat soniun doors. at Ret'ttotda Moan On ial Most of the county of "1 greatest oxhlbitlou of Individual fleers are aU , Tlie baso ball enthusiasts of Hick- men and vicinity probably tnlssod tho prow- ' USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS . : . . i rwrtaton of tk HbrduloM, whareby lbs philanthropists, who ars afroM th farmers may ti hurt, will eland to lose a ibouminii minion dollars u yaor by lajrH-AI(lnal- leading court in Pulton. Sereen doors and ftxtur nolils Moss & Co. FOR 8AI.K: A W P Ouyar, forutarly of Ilkkuian. wotild Ilka to eatabltak a A.0S0 bak-rIh lUckHMii. la be under hta par-aen- y at Key sopervtstou. Importa tion of heat from Canada woukl havo on our market, ww don't know. Nobody know. We live In aw ajpj of cheap tnuisportnlleii when prloaa aro rovuriMid by tha world supply and demand for a eommodlty. at IJverHol oixl MauehasUir win do more to ftx prltf of whont In thin country than tha tariff on Canadian whaat. A couple of ywnt aflo, whaat want up to ll.lt and corn to 70c. Thau thuy tohl us that Ilia protective (hr Iff did It. Now, whwt la down to S6 aw! corn to it, without any olinium In tha tariff. Lofa quit Buwisjliie as to tho uauito. Now. what Mtfcfll the fr Tin-mark- In one of the bttie sorgo suits we arc offering at 10 you wf!I net tha tHffgaoi value you had for (be WIuhiii Sluing Muahlnu This of fleo. A. new Wheeler & at a burgalu. lp Mary A oar J. Henry and Mrs. money.--Smit- h Ambon;. Mabol Wilson returned Friday Mis Thomitsou, both of Wlngo, were mar ried In Pulton, Monday. Dr. J. M. Hubbard and wife and from Nuahvltle, where she iIUd friends. She Mtis accompanied borne daughter, Mias Charlottu, aud Mrs Lily Wall, motored to Clinton Mon by Rosa Cheshire, of New York. duy. Mrs PnH Herring, of Union City, Mia Marguerite Puqua urrlvud this and Mm. Will Hubbard, of Ft. Worth, Texas, were hero several days last morning from Cleveland, Term , where week the guseta of Mrs. T. T. Swnyuu she has been attending u school of music. ICIIIson Ilro. ruoelved their new Remembet !f you havo surplus prosoda fountain Tuewlny. nnl now haro ll'bait&lle! Mae Raid line accepted duce or anything to sell, or want to tho position as dlepeneer and mixolo- buy anything, our want column will gist lu the loo areum depurlmaut. do the work. Only 1c a word. ser-vine- s Preabytorlan Church: Regular The firm alarm was sounded yesterat Cluireh next Sunday morning day afternoon at 6:30 for ablnzo that and overling, after which (harp will started lu n realdenoo down by th llov. 11 It. llnuflnl.1 died Mny s. Le mi aonrlea until June 1st, as tha N. C & Sit. L. elovator. It was put ft Harlow. Ky. Memorial iarvlew, pastor will be away during that time. out with but alight damage. wore hold Sunday May 7. by Rv. Dr. 11 It. Pruther, Alex and Paris The seventeen nurs to bo tmed by Me Coy and llav. Preeman. iwator In Mengel Rox Comixuiy as camp Nnlfoh. Dr J. M. Hubbard, Rev. II 'ckiirno and preslillnc older, a num- the or sleeping, sitting, stock, office, J. Oolger. II T. Hoalo. 11. N. Cowglll. ber of milliliters nnd Inynuin tnklnf irnlu dining ears huvo been received nnd 11. A. Tyler attended a meeting Htrt. I In wna btirhid by tho Mnsonic and will begin tin tholr of tho Fulton Royal Arch lodge yes tnttorull' In Unrlow romotury, n iiiim-liP- r hero nnd work terday. Tho occasion was tho visit romplHtlou at oneo. of rolatlvim nnd fflemla from of tho State officers. Tenuoaneo nnd WeAloru Kenturky Hundiiy weldings at Fulton: Willie balng prasMiut, among them were sis Rnimley and Iva Noisier, both of Ainoni; those who will probably atnt Little Rock mxt tar Mth. H wan llurrus. nnd lumlMiml, near Pulton; and Miss tend tho Wilklna of HtQkmnn, n brother, fleo. llrmtflfld. Delhi Willie, of Fulruui. Ky; nnd A. week nro: den. H. A. Tyler. Mayor Dillon. Miss Mario nrevard. Win Stok ami two sous, of near lllrlnnnn I.. Illrks nnd Mlse Ueaato Mai A gpeelnl onr una put on coming er. W. T. Sudborry, Ross Stoker. W-of Water Valley. Dodda and wlfo, Hon Wilson. Mlse-oout of Paducah to accommodate old The gunboat Amprltrtto, which has ReUlo nud Allle Dodda. S. M Nat-fefriends and charges hn had sorved. been tied up nt Memphlu for several nnd wlfo, E. L. King nnd wife. 1'he erowd was oatlmatud at 1,000. months awaiting nn appropriation of It. H Kirk, J. A. Stubbs, E. M Sanfunds tmfflclsut to unnblo hor to con- son! and others. There's a Reason For tho largo and Increasing sale of tinue on her Journoy to St. I.ouls, Is Friday afternoon, the ladles of the Whan In oxpocted to lenve there within the Dr. Doll's tho need of n cough meillclno try It noxt few days. Embroldory Club and a large num8 and you will know tho roaoon. ber of othor friends were entertained The carnival eompnuy, billed to by Mrs. J. M. Hubbard In honor of Seo tho flower pots nnd saucers at show hera this weak, fnllsd too show hor sister, Mrs Lily Wall, of Tampa. Photographs in every style. up. Wo unuarswmi vno prasiuu Fin. An appetizing salad courso was Onrlln's. deity nt Martin, Tonn., hns tho outfit 6crved. Tho guosts wore Mefldames Prompt Service. The services of tho Christian tied up becauae the company loaded C. L. Walker, T. T. Swnyne. C All Work Guaranteed. Church next Sundny will bo ns fol- some of their stuff on Sunday. MarL. A. Stone. H. N. Cowglll, lows: 9:IB, Sunday School, Mr. 0. tin must be a real Sunday School J. A. Thompson, W. L. Helm, nelle C. Smith, Bupt., preaching by pastor, berg. Williams, S. L. Dodds, C. F. Imltzor, NOT HOW CHEAP BUT HOW Iloraco Slburcll, 11 n. m., subjoct, an W. S. Ellison, W. O. Johnson, E H GOOD The Stanmer Stacker I.ee, after "Fragments;" nnd nt 8 n. m., Jones, eight months, caus- Prathor, T.A. Lodford, Percy 11 Rich Fool." absence of nearly D "Tho Pnrnblo of the consequent repnlrs, S. M. Hubbard, E. E. neeves, A eordlnl Invitation Is extended to nil. ed by wreck and A. M Tjler. We do Copying and Enlarging, the trade out of Mem- Ilrovnrd, D. D. WlUon, will S Moore, F. T. Randlo, H. L. make Medallions and Crayons. phis lu about two weeks She will F. Usual services noxt Sunday Ambcrg, G W Wilson, E. D. John- View and Flash Light Pictures tnke the ulnco of the Peril Herold In Annlo Cowglll nnd Marie any lime or place. nnd ovonlng nt tho Mothodlet the .Memphis to St. Louis trade, the son. Misses Church by tho pastor. Sunday School bank for n season. Urevard. going to nt SMS a. m. Ho holds services atao latter bolng u broader Come and See ovory Frldny evening nt 7:45 In the The Stacker fo, adapted to enrry-IiiOpen Evenings ',,,ono boat. Is much better Chapel In EaBt Hickman. A cordial VEGETABLES passengers than Is the Herold, Invitation is given for all theno serPRODUCE nnd as the excursion season will open vices. lbth of this month she Is amuch tho FRUITS c. n. Mooiit Ueu Hondurnnt and wlfo, of Cayco, more doslrablo boat for tho St. Loula Next to Price Hotel. spent Thursday with Mrs. B. Caso. trado at thb time. lee water free at It. K. Curlln's. litis-hur- ess on tho diamond Monday afternoon.' .Songs and poems have been writ-- ' ' ii about various players who have marred In tho game, but tho great- ml hit of all will bo tho story of Al Furls' ourus (ask Ford liureudos), ' 'and Ford Uereiidee batting (ask Al ' Paris). Stories havo been told of the murvelous curves and control of tho ! Matthowvous and tho Urowm, but a ! 'pheuom" has Just come to light lu Illckmun that has them all beaten, hands down we rufer to Mr. Paris. FOrd Ilereudes was there with everything from a strikeout to a ono baso hit which cracked Al on the shins and rolled unmolested out to left field. Tho sun may stop shining, but that hit will not be forgotten by at tuust one man. Spectacular plays wore pulled off b: J. T, Dillon in right field, Allison Tyler on second base, J. W. Honey at short, John Pyle at third and Alex Stone who opposed Paris in tho box, which brought the audience to its feet tltnos without number Rut with nil this Pordle's team come off vic' tors to the tune of 11 to I. Huiuby n Illckmun policeman Sid was requested to act as umpire- and several times ho had to use his offi clal authority to inform Al that he could not out the corner of the home plate nnd get away with a strike Al made only one coutenlton that be still mnlutains, and that Is the ball that Ford struck at when he fanned out ho Buys Hint was tho widest curved ball he ever saw Another gaiiio is being arranged for noxt Thursday at which time Hlckmnn people should turn out and witness thoeo marvelous exhibitions. ' ' , : i ' ; : ; Owing to the fact that some of our customers are dila tory in paying their Water and Lights Accounts, which are due and payable at our office ON OR BEFORE THE 10th of each month, we wish to announce that in the future the rule governing this branch of our business will be enforced to the letter. Our Collector will make collections on Main street only, between the 1st and 10th of each month, and will call but one time for this account. Failure to see you does not exempt you from the penalty of being cut off. Parties living in the outskirts of the city will please arrange to either send check or money, or make arrangements with one of the banks to pay their accounts. : : : : : i: : : : : : : : : : r ' : ; Don't think that you will be the favored one as wo will enforce tho rule regardless of except lions. : : : : ; : Hickman Ice Incorporated Coal Co. : : : : J. T. DILLON, Manager mHvvvvtwm rn'&r' The 250 i h OPEN i;m Lamp -- Hickman Electric Studio Bub-Jeo- t, Taking the ordinary carbon filament lamp as a basis the Westinghouse Wire Type Tungsten Lamp is a 250 lamp, for it gives two and a half times as much light for the same money. Is any other argument needed for its universal adoption? Then consider the quality of its light. It is far superior to any other light ever produced easier upon the eyes for working and reading far better for matching colors and bringing out delicate tints. You owe it to yourself your family your employes your business, to begin to use these lamps at once wherever you use light. ) k j J. Madison Pollen ,t Hickman Ice Coal Co, sr. t. DiTiTioyr, J"x., (Incorporated) 3vren.- fttmi- - i. v n- 1 Xi 1L MftbaUnuasKj - I "Silver Plate that ecja 111 Wears93 ' 1 $ The Courier's Weekly Sermon A imhtok itrssrLL st if iy Ky. Lump Coal The Everything You Want MBBaBBBBUBMBBBBaBBWaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBieaBBBBBaHBj the keys .. If death vJtg lF and hades Stieol to Be Destroyed, Then Will Gome TlWU ST Vic- A Kfl A Ton BOTH PHONES Grocer Snow Flake Flour. Best Meats in the city, freh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. Let me save you money on your conl. the Shout: VE STAHR Is Thy StlngT" tn the Divine 'A PMibeey. "O. death, where I thy thy vichilugt O. pmve. whore Pastor Russell of tor) '" (Hosea xlll. U. I Cor XT. 55) the Brooklyn TabWe must notice wheu this wUl be TRIPLE ernacle preached brought to mss It Is not now true. ou the InsurrecThe sting of death Is lu us all. for, as tion, approaching the Apostle explains. Slu Is the sting itamped on forks, spoons and fancy sermg pieces is a the subject from of death And because all have been guarantee of heaviest plating, perfect workmanship and another standpoint stung by sin. all are dying. It will exquisite design, assuring long and satisfing service. Any ' ,lle destruction L. .sssW rvijuire the entire Messlaulc Age to article of silverware marked "1M7 ROGERS BROS." may be tiMHhu. aBaSr; thiol, hades, the fully extract from humanity the virus, selected without further investigation. nrnr th atMtit tit the sting, of slu by bringing mankind Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue UPKiioiiKitiC death. He said: Only as the sting of to iierfeitlon " showing all patterns. Death la spoken death l removed will the power of MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO., Msrlden, Conn. It Is a part of the of throughout the Itlblo as an enemy. death relax Ilnternallon SilTtr Co, Saocrwur ) Merely hymn book theology presents Mine law- - that "The soul that sin It ns n friend, an angel sent of God. neth It Hbiill die" Death lwv has Its Death Is Introduced to our Attention In situg Hut vvhmi that whlih le erfct the llllile ns the penalty for sin, with Bhiill have eouie. the stlttg will begone the distinct understanding that had the llliHTfeitn lllid weskuess will Adiuu not transgressed the Dlvlno be gone, the cause for sin will also bo command bo need not hare died, nor gone eer bare leu cast out of his Edea .it now. Iwt Ihm. will be brought to Attorney-at-La; St Paul emphasltes tho fact pr home the hi) lug. -- O Hadr where l I. It" that detith Is the penalty of sin and tin vlrtorvt llatfs. and Notary Public ;! ftK that the resurrection of the dead will M- - ieen tinting a vlrtory over Adam' come to mankind ns tho result of tho i . e f'r over sixty rtltHrW And Its Will practice in all Courts j! redemptive work of Christ. lie says, ti. torv will not In entirely overthrown ; "Since by man comes death, by man until tin- - Iterieeuier shall have d Hv of the State. J; ' alo come the resurrection of the ,i I ftinii lite pmver of the urnve thi I3Cy. j ; dead Tor us nil In Adam die, even so p,.t ,.,. Ur of tlx HHtiHiit family fo all In Christ shall 1 made allvo: but ull of whoui "He died, the Just for the order," band or every uiau In his ; Office with ;; a nt. to lrtu: U lw'U t tlml " cohort (I Curluthtani xv, 1lui hs the Apmtle savs w till Hi ; Judge B. T. Davis Death a Ravenous Monster. f Christ's Kliisvloui with .iilmlii'tl ! llve-.iof all uutHklnd frni As CenenU Introduces death as a H imt of In ami lHath. desth wl l unity fur sin. Het elation concluded .s Mowi-The h- i'p In v letur great drama by pointing out (hrlftt'x tlctory nnd the destruction of t'e pclmhly ipxiteil from Hosea xlll. 14 we n ol. "I will rauiuim them slu ond dentb, the releaso of all the of the grnte lheli memlxTs of Adam's family from his 'r m 'tn- n ill them from death O death sentence nnd eventually the bringing of nil the Milling back to fellowship I IM 1. 'In plagues urrailuul destrtlc . KELLY with (itxl nnd to eternal life. Between iliiii ( rmre Isbeoli. I will lie thy dcstrtlrllon. rewutal)ie nhilll thexe two extremes of Divine RevelaJittorney-at-Lat- v tion are the Hisuraucca of the Prophets he hid from mine eyes " Tlie Almighty i never change or turn from this de nnd the word of Jeus and fits AposInn Clinton, Kentucky Death and the grave, thml, tles explaining the processes of redemphnU fie Hlble hell, are to U destroy tion Hinl reconciliation. Ht. Paul sumOnflentS of tJX (ttl to CMllUnltt. marizes these with the statement. "By si Hvery memlier f Adam's race U one man I'm disobedience sin entered to he delivered by Htm Who redeemed Into the worM. nnd death ns the result nil, except thoee who after abundant of In. and thus death pased upon all opportunity will not obey tbe great De As llverer; these will bo destroyed from men, all are Hlnuers. "What do you think," the man Inquired, by one man's illxolieriluiicv tho many among the people (Acts 111. 22, 28). "Oh Calvin and of KnoxT were made sinners, so by the obedt-cm- Have you tn every way admired The way they led their flock of one shall the many be mado SUTHERLAND'S EAGLE EYE SALYE We looked at him and tried to think righteous" iltomiinH v, 12. 10). -- ASK FOR RATES- Jmt what hit wordi might mean) Qood for Nothing but tho Eyes In the iHicth' language of Scripture He looked at ua without a blink. death U ormltollcnlly represented as a With countenance aerene. great monster which has been swalW. J. McMURRY "Tou don't reply," he argued then. Attorney-at-Lalowing up the human family, never "Well, now, between the two sntUfleil The Dlvlno proposition la d men Office 1b Davis Building on eorner. I think to no doubtful view. There Is tint whoever would meet the requireJACOB M. DICKINSON. Hlclunan, Ky. The work of Knox waa never done ments of Justice against Adam and his With frenxy and with haste." nu i' might punhusu or Rantom them Our thought! as yet had not begua Most Recent Photograph and hnve full right to deliver them OR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. To get thB Calvin placed. the tomb. from the prison-house- , of the Secretsry of War, Dntltt He went right on and proved that Knox Waa greater of the twain. "The Last Enemy" Death. Davidson's old fcUnd. Phone No. 2. And with the cunning; of a fox St. Paul points us to the great DeWe said that that was plain, Hickman, Ky. liverer, the glorlfled Messiah, at the Yet we aubllmlnally tried To think of Calvin's post. time when lie shull tako tho Kingdom For publlo knowledge far and wide under the whole heavens nnd begin the CO. HICKMAN FURNITURE Had ever been our boast. fulfillment of the prayer He taught us, Funeral Directors and Embalmera. "Thy Kingdom come; thy will be done "Now, old John Knox." continued he We laughed: "What Is your garnet on niri uk in heat en." Ha tells us He Phone 20, day or night. Tou know as well as well can be must reign until He shall have put all Is his name." Ky. Philander Hickman, And while ha gasped and waved his baad enemies under His feet "Tho last eneWe offered, too, to bet my that shall be destroyed Is death" No Calvin ever In our land (I Corinthians xv, CO). W. F. MONTGOMERY Had graced the Cabinet Since 1847, the year Rogers Bros, originated electro-silvplating.silverw are bearing the trade mark"l47 ROGERS BROS." has been renowned for quality, wearabihty and beauty. er "0 Hades, Where Is Thy tory!" -O Death. Where Then trill I J" 1 1847 ROGERS BROS. xs Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. ' MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74: C-- L" lt-uus- e a. m. tyler w Of Knox tjvd G&lviiv- - HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS - KHT.Mtl IMHKl- IsiS TOM DILLON, St., Prop. HUMoOr to II U lUmuxa, dcell Marble and Granite ', Monuments lURMNii, STONE SsBBBBBiaBfcelaV XIlolLjnnii, ', on WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. i ). SMITh 1 Business Directory if r open-minde- 7TT , Mlckman, Kentucky oc i t'er Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, it. KENTUCKY I 1 UlllKOTOIIH It. J. IHI.HIt W AI.MXAMIHH M. Ur.J lltlllltAltll OKO.lt. Til UHhtft'l.K T. A.I.HIirOHU lxi-nui- We combine absolute safety with sntiitfnctory service, and ofier our depositors the mot libernl treatment consistent with sound tanking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS II IIUlllANAS. fie.nUui II V HA MAO K Aul Uililir J A TlliiXII'MON. 1'a.bUr i t r Sprinkling j FOR Rates i 6.00 j i t t 1011 Undertaker Hearae and drivers furnished on abort notice. WOOOLAWN DAIRY A. H. Loot, Proprietor. He turned and walked away at onoe While we sat down and thought How any man can act the dunce Who don't know what he ought. But If he had not colled him "John" The chances are that we Had never set him right upon The sage Philander C sfl '' ' " ' W't t t The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May 1st and ending November 1st, 1011, in residence section, is 50 foot front and under 8c for each additional foot. Can't Work feel BBBBBBBSBiaBBBBL a Business house rate, each door 6.00 Sprinkling must be done early in the morning or late in afternoon. Please remember this. The only dairy In Fulton County. e B. G. Hale Real Estate We have several fine tracts of Bottom Land, below Hickman, for sale, also some West Hick-malots for half their real value Now Is the time to invest in real estate in and around Hickman You can see prices growing. n When you that you And atril Hs Lives. can hardly drag through The man with tho glittering whisyour daily work, and are kers tiptoes gently across the office tired, discouraged and and looks over the desk of the pale,' miserable, take Cardul, perspiring hireling with the discourthe woman's tonic aged mustache and the recalcitrant Cardul Is prepared for fountain pon. "Say," he whispers, "here's oue that the purpose of helping Just occurred to mo. It's yours If you to regain their women want to ubo It, and nobody need ever strength and health. know where you got It. What Is the Not by doping with difference between a man who loans strong drugs, but by the a million dollars at usurious rates gentle, tonic action, of during a time of panic and Instability pure vegetable herbs. la the buslnoss world and who subsequently collects his Interost by due process of law what Is tho difference BM between him and a monarch who dls- covers a plot against his throne andi Take causes the Incarceration of a noble man whom ho has reason to bollove la the leader of the plotT" "If there Is any difference, what la Tonic guts his per cent and the other gets his Sir pent" And the sunsot caBts Its ribbons of fire athwart the opaquely beautiful 'bosom of tho dreaming lako. - BBBBBBTflHelZBBaBBBBlBBBBBtlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB esHSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH KlMVrfW 'HMbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI $This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. j jt $ HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. aV ES&flJi-aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa- 25c Is a Small Amount would not suffer one day for five times that amount Then try Sutherland's Eagle Eyo Salve We guarantee It to euro. It'a painless 8 and harmless. You nr "One The Woman's Call on or address Hickman. me at Business Phone No. IS Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Qalve la guaranteed for tetter, ringworm, eczema, chapped hands and lips, running sores, ulcers and In fact all skin Gov. Wlllaon has signed the death diseases. Good to use after shaving 8 warrant for the execution of Roger 26o a box. who murdered a fellow prisWarren, oner. Unless the negro Is adjudged Let us screen your home and ylu Insane ho will ho electrocuted May Holm & Co. will bo pl9ased.-Fug- .ua, 26th. Mrs. L N. Nicholson, of Shook, Mo., writes: "Before I began to take Cardul, I was unable to do any work. I have taken 5 bottles and have Improved very much. I can do the most of my housework now. "I can't say too much for Cardul, it has done so much for me." Your druggist sells Cardul Get a bottle today. , I Edison, the electric wizard, says good tlmea are ahead of ub all, greater Inventions than we now dream of will still further revolutionize tho world Tho women of the future will oil dress aa now dress tho wives of millionaires Tho humblest family will have all tho luxuries that tho very rich now enjoy. Machinery will do all human drudgery. Man will no longer bo a clave and drudge but free In heart and mind, In soul and tlmo. 4" XJ33a-7E- INCOUPORATUU f Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey l For Coughs and Colds., Regular services at tho Presbyter-Ia- n church Sunday morning and oven Ing. LAUNDRY -- AT- Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon DR. BELL'S ANT1-PAI- N For Internal and External Pains. Stores and Ilangea. St. Louli Co, sella tt for less. Let ua figure on that LIU of ber. Heynolda Moss & Co., In Fur-althlu- g J Best Work Lowest Prices lumcor-porat- Our 26c coffee Is equal to any you Next time try a sack of Omego Just opened up 200 pairs aamplo uc uotters panta at prices less than wholesale & crer nougat at s& to Flour beat mado. Bcttcratvorth wortb k. Frautw. Fratber. Sulllraa Bros. jf Clothes 1 hpl Made Right Fit Boring New Well, A. Qoldsbcrry and bis crow of no- groos Btortod Tuesday morning putting down too new woll lor tho Hickman Ico & Coal Co., which Is being bored on tho south sldo of tho power houso. Tbe woll dlgcers work In two shiftB of 12 houra each, or In other wordi. night and day until tho Job Is completed Tho oqulptuont has a cuduc- Ity of going down about 175 feot y 24 houra. unless they should hit a strata of rock. An horetoforo stated, the now well 1b necessary on account of tho mount of water used In the manufacture of ice The present woll has never failed, or even showed signs of falling, but the enormous amount of water used In the Ico machine. If turned out In tho sewer, might overtax It For that reason the water has been turned back Into the woll, and In consequence, the water In tho mains has a reddish, dirty cast at time When tho new well Is finished, we will be assured of pure, clear water The company expects to sink this k to a depth of upwards of 1.000 feet, and under favorable conditions It should bo finished In a week. ov-or- State Notes. rflMm J Mim if rm r'C,itf v II Real Men Jar vlllim I 01 I as Well as this Cut I IfljF Iff llm lw if II . i Shows YYHAT VV a nsiw i ' '',Ht makes a suit look snug nnd snnppy? Sam Shaw and family and Mrs. Calbouu, of Hornbaak, Tenu., were llir guests of Mrs. Mollis Johnson Sunday and Sunday night. What's the Use To mi (for wlUi noro oyoa when one What initkea it hold its shape and style? Sincere materials honestly cut and made care- fully in every detail. If you arc careful and want your clothes strictly correct, we can fjivc you complete satisfaction. Price $10 to $25 Eclipse Shoes $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 It's style. tube of Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salvo will cure you. Wo guarantee it You rink nothing. It 'a a creamy, 8 snow wblto olntuiunt. If WHEN HER BACK ACHES. A Woman Finds All her Energy and Ambition Slipping Away. on appeal from Hopkins county, Judgment of tho Jowot court was revorsed Tho judgment waa for $2,000 for land condomncd. Tho court soys that "re-rnoio, Imaginary, uncertain ana apeou latlvo damages should bo disregarded, ana uw jury should tako Into consld eratloa all tho advantage and whloh, It may roasoaafbly bo anticipated, MM result from tho prudent construction and operation of tho lropoed railroad." Important rulings aa to tho laws relating to gambling wore laid down by the Court of Appeals In tho caso of Anton Bentlor, on appeal Oom the Kenton circuit court. Tho court liolds that a man can not bo corapolkxi to testify agwJnst hlmsolf before a grand Jury unloha bo lb granted Immunity under Section 173, Kentucky statutes Junior wna Indicted on his own for aiding in operating a poker gam in Covington. Wfoen ho was beore tho grand Jury ho refused at first to testify because ho said he would inortmlnato hlmsolf. Tho attorney to'd Bentlor he would be compelled to testify, but tl tho tctiimony would not bo used against him. The nxt day Bentier was lndfcted and convicted, beln given from one to three yeoxs in the poiKen4lary and a flno of $500. In revorslng the lower court'i Judgment tlw court hero say tho bill of rights protect! a witnsa whoa U wys he can not bo compelled to give evidence against hltr!f Anyone lndlod by a witivMRH wfro Incrln.inatea himself wn not t.ntify agairuit Uw wltn giving tho Ut4moy Tho dlairrliaal of tho prosuoution Is ordored.. The bond of $2,000 for tho IK'tiik-iiugraded school In Henry county Is held good In tho cmo of Bar Young against Sanford Roberts. The court says tho uleotion was legal. dlsad-vantag's Frankfort. la caso of tho L. ft N. rollroftd against Holoa Morton Hall, to BBS B "M H 3M M A. V VutH.fnn. UliAu, at It V rfitrlln Tha man who bos worn Xettleton's Shoes knows this, and wilt wear no other. The habit of wearing Nettleton'i Shoes begins with the first patr. Come In and set yours. SH M m H H M M E m H H H M H H H The prices are exceedingly low, CONSIDER- INO THE QUALITY. Nettleton's lasts are creations o( study and thorough knowledge of the human foot. We have these shoes built over all the latts nnd A-A, B. O, D, E. Patent combinations AA-Kid, Oun Metal, Tan, Velour, Calf, Vlcl. You are sure to the qualltr and style. gt H. E. OUHLIN-- "" H H H H m l M NEW HILi CENTER DE- ' lull J '11 TTT'iTTTTTTTTT'rTTTTTTTT . J . J. Courier Want Column 4 .,. RATES One Cent Word per Week Oatb in Advance. ". .. IS S. t i t t,,l. .S J 1 CENTER OF FOUR LARGE PARTMENTS AT 8T. LOUIS. pr BALTZER & D0DDS D. Q. CO. I Incorporated I! A Hickman Institution has found It uro satlafactory to theniMrcs to , stronlxa u Itinerant, soliciting print rr than to give the work to tho tome man, although tho Utter ask d to b allowed to fie uro ou It. at .tfajt The work came back with a bad tirror In It tho name thing that happened under similar circumstance ail year. Hut tho traveling printer is a very clever follow. Ho la always craty to correct all errors without extra cost, he never Kinds hli work C. O. D; he may ckurgo Just double what tho homo man does, but then ho has morn cxpeuso, and It u gnsit supporter of all Hickman Institution; be pay taxm hero and furr nishing all tho free write-up- s and whitewash, ho never wants for hfa work until all criticism but subldd and pvrfocl satisfaction prevails. Withal, ho Is a good man to Uo to keep everlastingly at It, that kind of bustneaa will mako your homo town a gn-a- t city Tho Incident has a moral. now-pape- WANTED To buy 5000 con pons from "Everybody's" eofft, baking powders, extracts, teas and splcer in lots of Si or more Highest oaah prlco paid Apply In writing to Uox 76. liard"!!, IX) H Ky 4a In SALE: Two houses and lots Wttu Hickman; both have four rooms, and good olsterus. 1. T. Pro-4c vow. We furnish your home complete. Furnlahlng Co. sells It for St. UM. Crwbuck, cut short and Ky. Wou-dt-- r Now lot seed Just arrived at Caso & Son's. K I.. King and wife, of Claytou, will upend Saturday and Sunday with S M Nalfdi and wife. They will all leave Monday for Little Hock to tho ro union, going from thero d to Hot Springs. Ft. Smith and other point Hickman women know how the aches and pains that come when tho kldnoya fall make Ufo a burden. Hack ache, hip pulirn, hendachos, dltxy spells, dUtrvKslng urlnry trouble, ull tell of vlck kidneys nnd warn you of tho stealthy approach of dropsy or Bright' disease. Ooan's Kidney Pills arV for tho kldnoya only. They attack kidney diseases by striking at tho cause Hero's proof of It In a Htckinau woman's words. Mrs R L. Grates, Shaw Road, of HIckmau, Ky., Bays: "I had an at tack of kidney trouble which cauned my back (o become very lame and weak. Headacbea were common, felt tired and found It difficult Borne daya to finish my housework. I. earn lug about Doan'a KIdnuy Pills, I went to Holm & Ellison's Drug Store and procured a box. They rid mo o, tho lameness In my back, restored my strength and made It possible for me tu do my housework without any In I can truthfully say convenience they benefitted mo more than any thing clso I ever uBed." For sale by all dealers. I'rlco EOc Foster Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y solo agents for the United States. Remember tho nauio Doan'a and tako no other. 1 . Transfer of Convicts. At tho meeting of the prison commission the question of transferring the lonvlcta between the Eddyvlllo and Frankfort penitentiaries will bo taken up. The transfer will be mado to carry out the provisions of the act of the last Legislature creating a reformatory out of tho Frankfort penitentiary. The board expects to begin the transfer shortly, the convicts under SO years of age all being assigned to the Frankfort prison, which is to bo the reformatory. The board will also take up the question of having all con tracts for prison labor expire elx years from now and then let all contracts at the same time. It Is believed that a better price for the convicts' labor can be secured In that way. Educators to Meet. Au Interesting programme has been arranged for tho meeting of the Educational association, to be held at Oweusboro on Juno 27, 28 and 29. Tho purpose of the association, which is to Improve tho schools of tho stato, will bo helped, It la believed, by tbo meeting. School teachers from all over tho alato will attend, and every effort has been mado to Insure a large attendance. Ken-luck- y How About That New Spring Suit Now know I've got just what you want at prices lower than elsewhere, and I believe that I can convince you of it when you see my line. I Report on Reform School. McKonzlo It. Todd, nbti Inspector aud exaaninur, announced thut he to complete. In a few weeks, bis report, on Uw reform school at ixlDRton and will tile it with the governor. Ho Kuld he would not give out anything connected with tho re port or his Undines until the report has been submitted to the governor, when tho fuil report will ho made public. WHIRLED TO DEATH. Catlettsburg. The body of Thomas Ralley, 60, engineer at tho wator works pumping station, waa found lodged between tho flywheel and engine baBe of a gas engine, where he had fallon and been Instantly killed whllo oiling tho engine. His homo was at Huntington, W. Va. DEBATE AT TRANSYLVANIA. of the Lexington. The next annual debate Kentucky Intercollegiate Debating association, will be held at Transylvania university on May 19. Walker Appointed, Tho appointment of Alonzo Walker as official stenoirraphcr for Judge Shnckclford Miller was noted of record In tho court of appeals. Mr. Walker Is known as one of tho fastest and best stenographers In tno suno and Is woll known In Fmnkfort, where ho has done a in eat deal of work. Representative W. J. Flolds, of the dialrtot, spoko on tho froo list bill. nlnUh 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 Mm Dickinson's Reorganization Plans Pro- FOR SALE Good Timothy Hay. vldo for Headquarters of New A. H. Loot. U Central Division. FOR SALE: Good milk cows. W. Washington, May 9. St. Louts Is to B. McGehoo. tie bscoinu th chief military center of FOR, SALE: Houses on small tho United States, according to plans monthly payments. M, B. Shaw, tfc of the war department The plan Is part of a broad schema W. J. Barry will put new rubber of reorganization. Flvu divisions will tires on your buggy. Call at bis resbo created. These will bo the Divis- idence. ion of tho East, headquarters at New o FOR RENT Nice York; Central Division, headquarters In East Hickman. See Miss at St. Louis; Western Division, headquarters at San Francisco; the Di- Jeesle Outten. tfu vision of Hawaii and Panama, and FOR SALE: Clover hay, $10 and the Division of tbo Philippines. $12 a ton, at my farm G miles east The proposed Central Division will 2p of Hickman. H. J. French. embrace tho present departments of FOR SALE: Three Red PoUed Missouri, tho Lakes, tho Colorado and Texas. Thoroughbred Registered Bull calves. Dodds & DeBow, 2 miles east of CAN PAY BUTWILL NOT Hickman. MARES FOR SALE: A few good Tennessee State Credit Imperiled by Brood and Work Mares on easy terma Inactivity of Legislature BusiAlso a few Milk Cowb with young ness People Ask Settlement. calves. S. L. DODDS. $60.00 REWARD. I will pay $o0 ro Nashville, Tenn., May . The political revolutionary stato, under which ward for the arrest and conviction of Tennessee has rested for more than parties killing geeso on my farm three weeks, has reached such a de- east of Hickman. J. W. Mayes. 4p plorable condition that the business WANTED: Painting of all kinds, Interests over tho entire common- 30 years experience. Will furnish wealth are crying for a sottlemont of Collier's lead at $7.60 and Unseed oil tho controversy between the fusion at $1, on short notice. Phone 32-- or forces and tho regular Democrats. Tho condition of affairs has axcltod address M. N. Collins, Hickman, R 3. public alarm. Whllo the fusion legisFOR SALE: Beautiful home on lb. lators who fled the statu to break a hill, desirable locality, splendid neighquorum are sojourning In Alabama thirty-fou- r strong, tbo credit of tho borhood, no dust, large lot 76x160, Inetato Is being endangered and the cluding garden and chicken yard and state Institutions, charitable and pen- out houses, also orchard. House has al, are almost on the vorgo of suspen- 7 rooniB, 1 ball and three porches, sion, as uo money can bo obtained for In first class repair. A bargain for operation from the stato treasury that tho prlco. Apply at this office, tt Is bursting with a surplus of nearly STRAYED or STOLEN: From my $2,000,000. homo 2& miles west of Hickman, March 1st, ono red cow, with white feet, left horn slipped and and ovorblt in right car, weigh Swell Lodge Room. about S00 pounds, probably haa young calf. Any Information will be liberThe Masonic hall, over Cowglll's ally rewarded. J. S. Maddox, Home 3p Drug Store, In this city, has recent- Phono ly undergone extensive repairs, and is now ono of the prettiest lodge When you want your baby buggy rooms in tho stato. Tho work waa see Ed Allen. looked after principally by H. T Bealo, and the result of his labors are Indeed creditable The floor plan has beon changed to a much better advantage; newly papered throughout, new floor coverings, new and expon slve furniture for the stations and a innsslve carved altar, three lesser lights beautifully mounted and wired reading for electricity, lavatories, room, regalia closetB, etc., all contribute to make the place one that Masons will be proud of and in keeping with tho dignity of tho order. 1 Hickman Lodge 761 has experienced a phcnomonnl growth in tho past 5aMsf Artistic: Decoration at five years; in tact, the membership Moderate Cost. H has more than doubled. Tho Royal Arch Masons arc also preparing to Henry Bosch Company's establish a chapter here as soon as tho necessary arrangements can bo made. rest-dencut un-der- o fl 416. d J!! Yur !i$" Home I Wj M I M f m Wall Papers 4 t?ZJl "W Torit Chicago Come in and inspect my line. I can save you money and guarantee to fit and please you perfectly. Dr. Joe Luton, of Caruthcrsrtlle, Is hero the guest of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Luton. Mr. and Mrs. Mohundro, of Mllburn Ky., visited Mrs. E. Caso last week. Will Swlggnrt and Walker Martin, of Union City, wero hero Tuesday. HI JJBJJ c'uv Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. B. entertained a few friends at an clevant course dinner in celebration of tho birthdays of Capt. F M. Ryan, Q. A. Moore and Mrs. Gabby, all of which occur on the same day. Tho guosts wero Mr. and Mm H C. Barrott, Mr. nnd Mrs. Q. A Monro, aud Capt. and Mrs. R. M. Ryan. F. Gabby jfiSKf. Forthe Season teen-elev- of Nine- affords 1 IfH P& bt the World '" ' Sample booki ihown represent the IK IR It's ftftFw iVwlSw?' JlstV& jAdf- it root ml- mo4 imtctlra ptlcci n'recd. There It o obll(ilea to A ,a J4't" below wilJieeelTe InunedUle allcttloa. Its WVt& - ('"' c"l , jii m i II it am i ii m nisi i ii i i 'i i lii mm i1 Hugh Oliver has returned is from a Mo. R L. Bradley went to Fulton Tues- - business (rip to Charleston, J, r. Laq went Miss Jennie Crawford to Clayton this week' her brother at Cayco. visiting ttz&x SMtTsW !. aKMlUKi Speaking Saturday. Thgbus 'SKAfce-fcoW- - vMgm -- :. rrr vvavsr 1 , for Wlngo Monwo hero from day and Tuesday in tho Interest of his campaign. Mr. Frost is billed to spook hero Saturday afternoon, and it Is to bo hoped wo will take sufficient interest in tho matter to glvo him a good house. Thin is an offlco that should be of direct interest to every votor in tho county. Cotno out nnd hear him. Repro-senatlvo- W. A. Frost, candidato TJ. O- - "V. 3FLoxjLnion ! Daylight Run to Little Rock zMAY 15. 1911 Via N. C. & St. L, RAILWAY In connection with SPECIAL TRAIN FROM MEMPHIS Leave Hickman 7 10 a. m. May 15th. Looting the Family Pocket-Boo- k Facts ahnut the Leather Trust and the Bad Quality of Shoes .What under the sun is -- 6 eat 0 jr 1 Sallow complexion is due to a torliver. HEROINE purifies and strengthens tho liver and bowels and restores tho rosy bloom of health to thb cheek. 1'rlco COc Sold by Hick 6 man Drug Co. pid $0 Hickman to Little Roclc and Return. Tickets on fale May 1 Jte, 14th and loth, good returning to May 2.3d, 1911, with privilege of extension to June 14th on pay mcnl ot 50c. For further Information, free literature, etc., Same Old Brand. Horse Cave, Ky., May 4 Ed Long of near this place, states that during the rainfall last Saturday it rained more than a dozen snakes on his house, and they fell to tho ground They were of different kinds, and were about one foot long. Ho will mako affidavit that It is a fact Dlxlnoss, vertigo, (blind staggers) are sallow complexion, flatulent-- symptoms of a torpid liver. No one can ft'ol Mull wbllti the liver Is luact-lve- . HERH1NK la a powerful liver stimulant. A d(u or two will causo all bilious symptom to disappear Try It. Prloo 60c. Sold by Hlckunui Drug Co. & J. C. GALLOWAY, R B. JOHNSON, T P. A., Memphit, Tenn Agent, Hickman, Ky j&i wTWyfli v;i "5 ir 'Zlj' fitt i-- shoddy is good straight woolen. It has not the subslanec the stamina to make a dependable, shoe. It is starved in the tanning and finishing tanned with hemlock in place of' oak, with chemicals, with anything that will cheapen the tanning. long-wearin- g' the matter with leather nowadays Bennie's shoes are almost off his feet again. Mamie's and John's can't last much longer the way they are wearing out. And those shoes were new only a few weeks ago Well what can you expect when the shoe manufacturers of this country are in the grip of the Leather Trust i The Leather Trust is the mailer with leather. Shoe leather is no more what it was when you and I were hoys than ! to-da- HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. XJ3eJI33B3E:lBl?,A.I5L3ES3FlS Phone - I'M I'M t OllIMM- - 20 niAitilAitai.IiAlt.LiAj,aLiiJlsiLl,lAiU4lAiULiAilkLi.1 CHILDREN DONT CRY FOR OUR FLOUR urn mM to do for but It la belter for u juta the name It makes rood Kb. bread alul that makes sirt miiu sturdy children. Have a sack Vu. day Just as an exNrlmnt p your children Ummuio big br right off And that ts Mater sign they art) all right as y r"TJ aiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaBsak thy ciu . GERMANS WATCHING "WAR" Major von Harvwarth and His Aids at San AnUnU, Leather Trust's Greed for Profits The shoe troubles of the American people are due largely to one cause the Leather Trust's greed for exorbitant profits. Nobody will deny that a tannery has a right to a profit. You as a business man certainly would concede the Leather Trust a generous return on its investment and on its cost of delivering the goods. But, as a shoe wearer, you know that it is not delivering the goods. The ordinary shoe manufacturer cannot protect you. lie has to accept Leather Trust leather, and do the best he can with it. The only wonder is that he does as well as he does. Your shoe dealer cannot protect you so long as he sells shoes made of Trust leather. r T. t IfttLsJi ty 1 i " ft & w X Tl ifissf 2 wJfff C. B. Travis t!"f 'Ufl Tl'IWI'llTi 1 'llfl 1'1'TI I'M?! JWTI 1'lifl 3 "Hide to Foot" Policy-- No Profits to Trusts Endicott, Johnson & Co. buy their hides in the open markets of the world. They build their shoes complete on the premises "from the hide to your foot" cutting out the profits of the Hide Trust,-thLeather Trust and the Leather Jobber. Tjiey sell their shoes direct to 30,000 retail shoe dealers cutting out the profits of the Shoe Jobber. Endicott, Johnson & Co. will sell you through your home dealer their L (Goodyear Welt) shoe at $3.00, $3.50 END-WEL- But you can do everything to protect yourself. You can buy your shoes independent of all Trusts and middlemen. You, your friends and neighbors, and the other folks of this town can go to the local dealer who carries Endicott-Johnso- n ST. LOUIS shoes. This Firm Independent of Trust leather independent of the Leather Trust. Endicott, Johnson are the only shoe manufacturers in America who get their & Co. Furnishing Co. -I- NCORPORATED LIB" They own their tanneries. They tan every pound of leather they put into their shoes. They tan every lot of hides with an eye to the shoe that is to be made of it perfect the leather for the kind of service it is to give. The Endicott-Johnso- n plant is the one place in America where you can see shoe leather tanned by good standards of service to the folks who wear the shoes. and $1.00. They make lines that sell for more, money and still other lines at a lower price. You can buy Endicott-Johnso- n shoes for men, women and children shoes for business and street wear, work shoes, dress shoes, school shoes for boys and girls. Barbed wiro cuts, ragged wounds, collar and harnuea galls hvol up quick ly when BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT la applied. It Is both healing and antiseptic. Price 26c. COc and 1 a bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co BY THE OFFICE OWL Sells It For Less Unoloums Cloth Carpet Window BhadM Iacu Curtains Curtain Polos Refrigerators leu Hoios Ranges OH I ENDWELL the Stylish Shoe Honest Shoes at a-Fa- Price Endicott, Johnson & Co. will tell you what the Leather Trust never will tell you that it is perfectly feasible to tan tin honest leather, make it up into a stylish, serviceable shoe and sell it at a moderate price,. They will prove it to you by saving you 50 cents to $1.00 on every pair of shoes you buy and give you leather that you simply cannot get in any other shoe. shapes of toe. finished to a nicety inside as well as out. Good fitting "glovey" easy to the foot. And they wear as good shoes ought to wear. That's the point! Remember it. Look for the name stamped on every shoe ENDWELL shoes are stylish shoes designed by the most skilful shoe designers in this country. Better than that, they hold their style because the leather is there. Sturdy, honest leather all the stretch taken out not a shoddy spot anywhere. ENDWELL shoes arc made in two hundred styles Lace and Button High and Lon- - Cut all the fashionable lasts all the sua Wkta a man and woman quarrsl the baa an axeuse sad th woaaa ttaa bar because. If tear U easy to beUara ,aaTta it bo Mara ia tha place, are bo taxes to pay la there ars tempts to quiet a squalling baby. Ktsb a man of considerable lnnu-se- e Is apt to fall down when ha at- Oa the quiet, did you ever attempt to get even with your enemies by Introducing them to your wife's relations? The average married woman has two dispositions. One she exhibits ia publlo and the other gets its work ia at noma, Pine Tar and Honey Have been used for generations In treating coughs. Dr. Bell's contains both combined with other valuable Ingredtonts. for the bell on the bottle. Ho sure you 8 4 Dr. Hell's. ENDWELL SULLIVAN BROS. Hickman, Ky. a Bedroom Butts Dnuu Reds Wood Rods Folding Reds Iron Rods Manttd Reds Cots Crib Davenports Settee Parlor flulu Hall 8eaU Pedestals Rockers "galore" Pedwttal Tables Center Tables Bowing Tables Rook Table Library Tables Dining Chairs High Chairs China Closets Hide Hoards Ruffuta Matting Matting Art Squares Rugs all alios Drugotteu Sum Uwn Swings Porch H wings Porch Chairs Porch Botlee Porch BtooU Ice Cream Kreeiers Water Coolers Hammocks Wardrobes Chltforobes Bowing Machines Red Springs Mattnwses Pillows Trunks Trunks Window Qlaas EASY PAYMENTS OUR UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is complete, with an experienced undertaker in charge... f E Wm. A. Hancock, a former resident Shoe buyer who live outside the city where this paper Is published can learn the names of their home dealers of our city and now living on East who carry ENDWELL shoes by writing to Endicott, Johnson & Co., Endicott. N. Y. Bayou where he has a contract for floating timber for Knott Bros. Mill, met with a painful accident Monday He was piloting his big launch, towing a raft of logs, and In tho bend, The progress of a town is not abovo town, when he was caught In Teachers1 Examination. guarded by the wealth of its inbabl-nnts- , Change Local Agents, the big engino and beforo tho ma but. by the uniformity with i chlno could bo stopped, ho was badwhich they pull together when any K A Mitchell, who has held the ly Injured, and his breast and sido county diploma will important undertaking is to be acExaination for severely mashed.-NoMadrid Record. be held at the Court House, In Hick-man- , complished. A man with a thousand position of agent for the Lee Line at Hickman for several May dollars at his command and a love Steamers Ky., Friday and Saturday, 3.2 and 13th. Dora M. Smith, County for his town In his heart can do more years, has sent in his resignation to Tho Rlue tho Gray veterans will Superintendent. for the upbuilding of it than the mil- the company, and will accept a posi- hold a reunion and lovo feast on Uie lionaire who locks up his capital and tion in tho office of a new grain com- Bull Run battlefield on July 21st. pany headed by A. A. Faris and Jno. snapB his fingers at home progress. Mrs. J. W. Purcell, of Warren Ark., Bryant, in this city. When the baby takes too much Mr. Mitchell will bo succeeded by is visiting her son Eugono Detters-wort- h iood the stomach, turns; the result Im indigestion, sourness and vomiting. Why Experiment this week. I. O. Dunn, of Owensboro. He has Frequently the bowels are involved hao worked extra here at different times is colic pains- - and diar- When Dr. Bell's For an undertaker call Harry and there rhoea. MoOEE'S BABY ELIXIR ia a been tried with satisfaction for over and la well known to our business Barrett with St. Louis Furnishing Co grand corrective remedy for the 16 years In millions of homes for men. The change will be made today Incorporated. coughs, colda, croup and all throat Mr. Mitchell has mado tho Leo Line stomach and bowel disorders of bronchial It ia pure, wholesome andpleas- - andanywhere. troubles You can get Co. a mighty good agent, and is well John Hagan left Tuesday after a Look for the boll on Mb and 60c OCT it rvf n taVo Prl liked by the company's patrons. brief visit with homo folk. 8 otUe. Sold by Hlokmaa Prog Ce.I tie bottle. w ba-ble- a. EXCLUSIVE DEALERS Daily Commercial Appeal (for R. F. D. only) and Hickman Courier Both one year for '4OOi ll AT RANDOM ft f,, TUBERCULOSIS HEADS THE LIST III! , Luetic Mom la attending a so party In Obion, Tonn. Mr r t and Mrs. W. A. Dodds and llttlo T.'T. Bulllvnu roturnod Saturday from a woek's vlilt with homo folks In Mayfiold. State Registrar Heller Delivers an Address Before Physicians and OthersUrges Reformation, Especially In the Care of Children. Frankfort. Dr. W. L. Holxor, of Bowling Green, atnto registrar of vllnl statistics, at Winchester mado an address to somo of tho physicians and a few laymcu. Ho Bald In part. Tho state of Kentucky spends hundreds of thousands of dollars In sala ries and necessary oxponses to opor-ato SP Irvln Brovard and Cbas. Johnson ro shier returned Sunday from Llttlo turned Friday from Llttlo Rock, Morn' k and Hot Sprites. uwglH Roger Spring Values in Men's Blue Serge Suits have just received two special numbers in Men's Blue Serge Suits, made up in the latest and most popular styles, specially priced at I u v. J pbta and otbor points. Mr. Bsunders, tbo Mongol Dox Co. nt Mongol Mrs. F. M. Ryan mado Uio trip this a system for caring for violators cftino up Sunday ou tbo 0. M. vkouk with Capt. Ryan on the 8tr. Mongol Hox Company to Craigs Land-lug- . of the moral laws of the state. Each excursion. and fux i T Uonduraut returned Sundsy A. I' u St Loult, whore bo took his sovsral days ago (or an opera-- i tho C, Mr Donduranl la reported at mained ng along nicely MenKel Ik Ladies' Home Journal NOW The June Number Just Out 15 CENTS A COPY E. R. Ellison's TTTTTTTTTr Cash Store HI Louis Furnishing for loa. A community, clt and county maintains Its churches, pays salarlen to men who Thurtaan, Itlploy, came up on look after the violators of the spiritual law and keep the community spiritualM. & 0. excursion and re ly healthy. over Monday on business with Is It not an astonishing condition Dox Co of affairs that 12 of each hundred deaths of Hark and every county are preventable and postponnble, that the average economic Iobs In citizenship to Clark county each year, from preventable diseases, umounts to $300,-00and the total amount of money sho spends to stop this waste of mon-e- ) and citizens. Is less than 1302 per year Each county In tho state when its people learn of this terrible silent war that destroys Its citizens, should and ISSUED MONTHLY will employ one or inoro competent health officers who arc to do nothing e'sc except to visit Infected homes and enforce such regulations that will prcrcnt the spread of these diseases. If a person this morning shall run amuck and kill one or more citizens of this city, and especially n woman or child, popular and righteous Indlgua tlon would secure that man's arrest punishment. Yet this year and spei-dIn the first three months of tho opor ailon of our vital statistics law, It Is found that tuberculosis has killed twenty of the people of Clark county On tale at And we know that this summer dozens of your children will fall under sentence of the modern Horod. tho summer diseases of childhood, und as yet not a single Indignation meeting' hns been held, nor a single tangible effort made to prevent this same thing oo currtng licit year, or the remainder of this year Not only a county health officer of learning and experience is necessary for tbls work, but what Is of first and paramount Importance, Is to educate the people to a realization of these conditions. WILL DOUBLE TRACK. Work On L. $n.oo and 13.00 WW these are most extraordinary values, and should appeal to you who appreciate the value of money. Come and choose early they will not last long at the low prices mentioned here. New Neckwear, Underwear, Hosiery, Etc. 1111 COMMITS SUICIDE IN CELL Hangs Man Who Killed Father-ln-LaHimself With Strap and Pair of Shoestrings. 111., May 23. William Hall, who was charged with murder, committed sulctdo In the county Jail. With a strap taken from hlo cell hammock and a pair of shoestrings he fixed a noose with which he hanged himself to the side of his cell. lie was found by other prisoners, Hall who informed Sheriff Hagen. was Vi years old. Nine days ago ho murdered Mat Means Confesses. The confession of Stanley Means, tho young man who called Jesse Workman to bis door scrcral weeks ago and shot him to death, Is given below. It shows he came to Hickman to catch a train: Tho statement Is as follows, with tho excoptlon of several words unfit for publication, and which ho claims caused him to kill Workman: Carljlo, Jr and N. Kentucky Central 1. Co. sell It 3.f0. St. LouU 9x12 Art Squares Furnishing Co. sells It for less. C I.. Rom. Tbo season's latest oreatlons in hw choice buck lambs for sale. Straw Hats Millet i. Alexander. :tp C. It. New combo Is spending a fow days In Louisville with his family. l, My homo placu can be bsBgbt at bargain, J. 11. Houslvy. I)r Dure Maddux and wife, of Tnn , wore hero Saturday. Mra Is You Tor-ril- T 0. llwuUy, of will the guest of Hlekinsn relative. tle. Mo. Men's and Women's Oxfords and pumps that give entire aallsfuotUm to tbo wearer Millet & Alexandor. ments of fino ablrta find tbo largest assortIn the olty at MltUt A Alexander's. Mrs. Lily Wall Thursday evening, was tbo bonoreo of au Informal bridge party given by Mrs. n. T. Tyler Strawberry cream and cako were served The guests wore Mtdaincs Lily Wall. E. II. ITather. J M. Hub bani. A i: Kennedy. J. II. Millet. L. I' Hlllton. W H Ilallxcr. C. I Shumato, Mr. and Mrs. C. U Travis. Miss Nell Rogers and Ward Luton Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src Jit Courier Office. See samples. Stanley Means lived at Dukedom, with an ax. Tenn. Paris The double tracking of the Ho claimed Barber ruined his married "Last summer Workman arrested Kentucky Central division of the life. The crime was committed atDar-cur'- s borne, seven miles south of Car-lyl- ma. It. came up over .a girl. Louisville and tfnsuvlllo from CincinHall's parents live In Posey. nati to Paris, Ky., will be started on He arrested me and made my brother June 1 The right of way has been believe I lied about 1L Ho tried to Boy, Six, Kills Grandmother. secured for tho eutlro distance The my Taylorvllle, 111.. May S3. Mrs. Sarah run me off, and I wouldn't go and road Is also contemplating tho elecbrother wouldn't do anything about It trification of Its Cincinnati terminals Dodd, 70 years old. was killed by Electric Charles Dodd, her grandson, C years I said tbls morning that I shot blm from Lalonla to Cincinnati locomotives will be added to the equip- old, at a family reunion. The boy with a shotgun... I did shoot him. ment and will bo attaohed to the bad found a shotgun, which he The gun was loaded with No. 6 shot. trains from that point. The transfer thought was not loaded, and fired It Called at the houso about 9 p.m., and coach that runs between Latonla and at her. Tho contents of a shell eu I shot htm? I reloaded a shell and the union depot will be hauled by a lo- tored the woman's In east and she died said, "Hello." Ho said "Come In," Instantly. comotive of this kind. "No, come out." He camo to tho door and I shot him. I reloaded a Houses for ealo on Instalment plan. WORK ON IN EARNEST. shell and put slugs and pieces of M. B. Shaw. tfc & Cincinnati, Lexington, Louisville Maysvllle Traction Under Way. Division Will be Started June Hrber, bis fathcr-inlaw- , brass In It and shot him with that shell. I do not know what day of the Month. It was on Tuesday night. I stayed there until 9 a. m. Told father what I had done. Didn't tell him that I had killed a man, but that I was In trouble. Ho said that If I was in troublo to go away from him, ho wasn't looking for trouble. Thou 1 went to Ernest Carney's told him I was In troublo. I walked to Hickman and got on a train. Came hero by way of Hoxie. Got here day before yesterday. I had 35. Father gave me $30 and I had $5. Nobody went with mo when I shot him I was alone. Am twenty years and three months of age. STANLEY MEANS. The young prisoner readily agreed to return to Tcnnosseo for trial. Mr Collier brought him through Fulton and placed him In the city Jail, whero he was kept until afternoon when ha was taken to Dresden. Whllo Incarcerated In tho city Jail he seemed to bo deeply hurt, crying a great deal, and saying that be would not have, killed Workman had he not been drunk. sMMMMMMMIMMM Maysvlllo. Work has begun In earnest on the Cincinnati, Lexington, Louisville and Maysvlllo traction lino Tho present plau Is to complete tho line from Dry Itldge to Owenton, mak lug a terminal depot nt Dry Ridge to connect with tho Q. & C railroad Grading has begun and tho company aro advertising for a large force of bands. NOTHING TO REPORT. of tho preliminary work of the session, general assembly of the the fifty-firs- t Presbyterian church In the United States (Southern) took up reports of ad Interim committees. Dr. W E. Ooggs, of Atlanta, chairman of tho Louisville. After having disposed ibbbbb9eVv 'Si committee on dlvorco and romnrrlase. announced his committee had nothing to report, owing to tbolr Inability to HwMSrfet I BBSry. .70'"J5BiBssVassssTl TWf , fm J,fJ"inL jSJi"- sli sVrntsssssll n' - a ? met. 2 b t sx No ORATORICAL CONTEST. Lexington. Tho annual contest of the Kentucky Intorcolleglato Oratorical association will bo held at Transjl-vanluniversity. Tho winner of the contest each year Is given a handsomo gold modal. Mr. A. R. Miller will rep- .. trAni,nl..tr WoolaVfltl nnri will -nKlimvnj , .Bwy ... rUBUUl speak on "Personal Liberty and Pro- csmuon." a B3KhigSfeSl.SSMSSSMSslBB?TlHsSSSSB HHSHCHpASSB?BHSHSBBSSBBlBBMhAiiBHSv - I BBBBBaBr it AJStJBBBBBBBBBBBM 12 Miles East of Hickman. surest way to be prepared for the winter of life is to put money in the bank. Money in the bank goes a long way towards insuring a happy Christmas and it always enables Santa Claus to visit your home. You can see examples every year at this time of unhappy families who have no bank account. Start your bank account at once and you will always be prepared for this event in the future. not as easy to gefa foothold in bus iness or to own real estate as it was a generation or two ago. The easiest and IT is rntlettsburKi This has been desig nated as tho slto of a United States postal savings bank to begin operation Juno 19. DODDS & DeBOW -- BREEDERS O- Fi w. W. TJrvlov. of Darboursvlllo, has been appointed assistant state labor Inspector to succeed W. . ureen. Judgo Wlllson designated Sandldge, of Itussellvillo, as the special Judgo to finish out tho present term of tho DrccVcnrldgo circuit court next week. Gov. Kentucky Saddle Horses .A-n- ci Miules - Red Polled Cattle, Large Bone Berkshire Hogs. Stock For Sale at All Times. The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. For Dr. tho nnd There'o a Reason tho largo and Increasing salo pf When m Bell's need of n cough medlclno tryS It you will know tho reason. y. Hickman, Kentucky n J. A. Phlpps, of Martin, was hero Saturday, on business. i ihui i. ;t f- t- -- rtr SSfcS I II "5t?Jrp wtwSummkm '!ssiemmnmrmmmrnxm2xa T& THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covers Wtttern Ktntackt Ltkt tht "Dew" Coming Back? Our customers always do; they know we handle only the best Will Have Chapter. SPEER & SEXTON, PUBLISHERS 91.00 Subscription Ratal, per year Hou. Ruby Lafoon, of Hopkins county, candidate for State Auditor, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, July 1. was a pleasant caller at this office yosterday Mr. Laffoon lives at Madlsonvllle, and Is the only candidate for this office living In the west end of the state For that reason we should consider his candidacy. In the last Btato campaign ho ran for treasurer. 5i No Excuse For It ! Don't send your job printing out e( town at least give your home Institution a chance to figure on It. We caa furnish on short notice Commercial printing of all kinds. Foreign and Domestic Calendars. Advertising fans and novelties. Engraved cards and wedding intlta tlons. Lithographed school diplomas. Lithographed stock certificates, etc Party Invitations. Lltho. bank supplies. Customers checks with detachable cloth covers. Catalogues. Cotton and grain tickets. Blank book work. Hat, Shirt and Millinery Dogs. Sale and Stock Dills. Marriage Certificate. O The Industrial League will place 10 lot salesmen on the road next week, to sell lots In the new addition Hickman will Incldently get a good round of live advertising. It will cost 12000 a month to keep these men on tho road, to say nothing of other ncc essary expenses. Our people should give Messrs. Brown and McGehee their support. Their work means much for the town; they cannot successfully promote their big enterprise without helping all other Hickman interests. Gen. H. A. Tyler returned from Litn Royal Arch Masons of Hickman are now making preparations In earnest K C Rice and wife Visited to establish a chapter hero, or rather u Sco our lino of wall paper Ftho Clark, at State Lino, Wednesday the oue which was anniA.11 OElllClM hilated by the yollow fever scourge of & French. This la "wall paper" tlmo. Let us 187S. Of the old chapter only thrco REPAIRING A SPECIALTY 1 Tho Hickman College Alumni show you tho prettiest lino you ov r They are Gen. It you who tako purt to call Fri- saw. Fctoo ft French. VTriCiAlTI laW We do Shoe Repairing with our big elec membors survive Tyler, of Hickman, S. N. Whlto. day at W. A. Dodds' offloo for inrtta-lion- s We are able to do it cheap, trie machine of Brookstllte, Fla, and Major W. II. Mr and Mrs. W. II. Clark, at S' quirk and good. Gardner, of Union City The chapter Lino, ara tho proud paronta of a ' Tenn., receive Henry Jones, of HICKMAN HARNESS CO. will fortunatelyHickman Its old name spent Saturday and Falrvlow, with his boy, who arrived at their homo Vj Chapter, No Sunday and number 23rd. A. J WRIGHT. Phop 49 brother, who Is sick at tho homo of Mr. Stephens, brother of Postttut Demits have becu secured H from Mrs. R. L. Gray. er Stepheus, Is here from Metrop j Moscow, 1 from Paducah. 3 from FulShooting at Fulton. ton and 1 from Newborn. Tonn., Hickman Baptlct Church, Suuday Ills . Installing a nesting system giving the orgaulxallou a working May 3S Sunday Soboo) at 10 a m . W II Ualtur. membership of 19 Meetings will bo preaching 11 a. in., and 8 p m We Mis Bulah lues Brooks, of Fm Sum Coleman, of Dyersburg, Tenu., held at the Masonic lall. extend a cordial Imitation to all Tonight the commencement exercisand Guy Ulnglrs, of Murray w shot Ernest Coin, of Fulton, In the Spurgeou Wlugo. Pastor es of Hickman College will be held at united In marriage by Rev W T b calf of the loft leg with a the Lyric WEATHER: Fair today and Friof llug. at Fulton yesterday mom t Tho alio, fit and workinuhlp program has pistol Friday afternoon, because his day; not much change In temperature A very Interesting the Pin Check pants are guaranteed The bride Is oue of Fulton s u. . arranged Miss Williamson, a wife told him that Ooln flirted with been while sho was sitting in the Refund your money or replsco tho charming young ladles, and a d n noted vocalist, of Louisville, will fur- her garment U they are not up to tho ter of Mrs Judith Brooks foruu Coin Is a carpenter and was train. nish several numbers. of Clinton putting down plank In the platform Tri guarantee h e lunin There are five graduates this year, when the alleged charge took place as follows: Coin denies the charge. Ooln was released on $300 bond and hold to the Miss Ola Mouan. grand Jury. Miss Moselle Brasfleld. Miss Blanche Helm. Miss Kllse Luten. Miss Virginia Royster. Rush Creek Items, The exercises will begin about 8 o'clock, and a "full house" will likely be in attendance Miss Pearl Davie attended church a evening an entertain Rush Creek Sunday. Tomorrow ment will be glvon at tho Lyric "by isb Georgia Weaver visited Miss i i ai the department of music of Hickman Stella Davis Sunday. College. Plays, drills, tableaux and flft I Children's service at Cayco Sunday mublcal selections give the program variety and Interest, Admission 10 night watt very nice, indeed. WJA&&lW'AlJtM&CIi and IGc. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roper, of Cayce, CMVSJED attended church here Sunday. At Mayfleld Sunday evening, Luth-u- r Miss Pattle May Treos Is visiting Mason, colored, shot and killed her grand father near Fulton, this YTsn&J&fDfMUAi'j'u&a Joe Reynolds, also colored. The woa week. pistol of J Kin u&cd was a some off brand. Four shots woro Miss Inez Bynum, of near Fultofl. "WHEN THE HEART IS WILLfired at close proximity and three was tho pleasant guest of Miss LizING BUT took effect. The first bullet hit Rey- zie Davis Sunday. groin when he turnnolds in the left Bro. Wood had "True Religion" for ed quickly and began to run. Mason his text Sunday, and the sermon was kept pulling tho trigger and two balls found lodging on the right and left very good Indeed. Carried in stock at leg of the fleeing negro. The woundMrs. Will Moss, who has been quite ed negro kept running and when HI, was able to attend church wltb ISO yards from the scene of the her family Sunday. affray fell to the ground and expired Jim McGehee will be at homo Suu Mayfleld MessenIn a few seconds day from Paducah where bo haa been ger. at Draughn's College. M AT RANDOM sl Of -- iVI UWTaLi .' gV0S I ttofe " jmnn '"40 Bvrjtfrrz&z77ijiwmi HAfrrjrMl 7vm - THE" i Ladies' Home Journal Patterns 10c and 15c g E. R. Ellison tle Rock, Tuesday, where he play ed his usual part in making the a big success. He was Commander-in-Chie- f of Forrest's Vet erans. w, Commencement tonight. t """" W. P. Albrltten, ono of South Fulton's most prominent citizens, was badly Injured Tuesday afternoon C o'clock, by being struck by If we are not going to celebrate an automobile In South Fulton, the the Fourth, let's have a big red let- - car belonging to S O. Abernathy. ter week during August Five years who was acting as chauffeur Albrltrow since we've had anything doing ten had two ribs broken and was oth along this line. erwlse Injured. Bernlce White and wife and baby, of near Cayce, spent Sunday with Walter Crostic and wife. SM HIT ililIMiV 55 25 OA8H STO MONTHLY VVS tfT'TrrTTTTTT Five reels of moving pictures, show n prize the fight, will be shown at the Lyric on Extract from "Physical Drill' Bend Saturday night. Thcae pictures will slowly down, keeping the bands give the battle In detail from start and touch, the toes without to finish. Admission 26c. bending th knees. Tba above depict Mr Podgye studying th best way to accomplish this. Ing Drltt-Nelso- The Summer Quarterly Style Book just out, Price 5c with any 15c Pattern. STYLE BOOKS FREE. CAUSE HIS EARLY 0EMISE Hickman Gun Shoot. H I. Dodds haa Just returni-from the Soutlivrn Handicap at Charlotte, N C. and also a big shoot at Hlkc-ton- . Mo., aud he reports that eeo-wherhe has been, all the shooters expil to txt nl Klakman. Many or thoin ore going to bring their Mites Thure Is no question but what the Hickman Gun Shoot Is one of the greatest boosters and advertisers our town has It brings high class, moneyed people from all over tho United States, and It Is to be hop-that they will continue coming. Recently an article appoari! In all the leading sporting papers of England", which apoko In the vory highest terms of Hickman and advised everyone that could iKMtdbly do so to come to tho Hickman shoot this year The Daughters of tho Confederacy and the ladles of the Presbyterian Church furnished dinners and suppers last year which were patronized very liberally by the shooters, tho homo peoplo and tho peoplo of tho surround ing towns and wo undorsfand they aro both making preparations this year and will sco that overyono has plenty of "eatables" and no ono need go away hungry Tho hotels aro always taxed to e d IISwl K?W tHLfti$$P fc k w4f W&M$MsfflW$ WWr$ml M hS&M &lKralHft tei s$M "Bends with your foot" That h why il fecls ,0 eood VI wiU find tTu. V IIM y thc ipecIal Rcd Cros$ Pro cess which preserves all the Once you are fitted in will be better satisfied than ' thc Red Cross dress shoes just f You any twalkinE shoes. the most stylish Red Cross --w"h SprtS $ BgtefeJSS w WWMm Ms&W'M gfe F'rW! hVfi ag. Visitor--Yoson, I dare say. will be a comfort to you In your old age. Mr Wise If he keops on the way h Is going now I won't havo any old ur thi-t- r capacity and were It not for the rood people of Hickman rooming these visitors many would hat to Irate on account of having no place to sleep This yuar a grpat many of our citizens havo already expressed wllllngmwa and desire to help take care of these peoplo by furnishing them rooms and any ono that csa spare a bed and are willing to help take care of those vlsltont while herv tho club would appreciate tholr advla lug II N Cowglll, secretary of the club aud chairman of tho arrangement committee, eo that ho can lo cato theau shooters as thoy arrive. Of course the shooters expect to pay for anything that Is done for them and you will find all of them to be perfect gentlemen. the appearance as footwear. Find out this $ca$onLw restful thc Red wk&yzlitM No Rain Yet. Tho continued 4ry weather Is now assuming tho proportions of a serious drouth. It has been almost a month slnco wo'vo had a good rain In this section. Many acres of corn are yet to bo planted and cotton recently planted Is unablo to coma ud. Rain is badly needed. Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Spa. ' See samples. Jit Courier Office. ilImm 1 sot, u,hour I JsmmS "V1""101" fgggjl 'Sffir&t&&& -- " $-1- Oxfords $3.50 and . High Shoes $4, &.50 and $5. - EgffirM MwkWW wmm fflM? Garter on Trial, Lee Carter, of Fulton, who shot and killed a young man named Frank Bau com, of Seattlo, Wash., In Fulton, is on trial at Clinton this week. Tho case went to tho Jury yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Up to tho hour of going to pr8, a verdict had not boon reached. It is tho general concensus of opinion that ho will bo or a hung td Daily Commercial Appeal (for R. F. D. only) and Hickman Courier Both one year for Bradley & Parham.x ', V 4,OOi , fr. - r - . LOCATION OF THE NEW DEPOT. HOW TO CARE FOR SILVER. fiOX coffin? licnrionol BOHO I COMPANY I "V I I 11 Of J I I I 1 1 ! ! I fxiij I -TK-d i If .. " II mmmI j Too Muth Scouring Will Wear Out Plata and M.ant Naadlaia Work. While all liomeiiiukera take genuine prldu In the handsome appearance of their tattle nil or, many And the caro of It n burden and gle themselves an unnecessary amount of lubor over It. The weekly cleaning, which Is a bugbear to many housewives, Is not only needless, but n real harm, sluce constant scouring will noon wear off sil- To Be Turned Loose at ill keeper: ver plate ii ml Iiiih an appreciable effect even iiton no! Id kJJvct. To avoid this It Is Imjteri that the following hint may prove helpful to some house- PUBLIC SALE :ENTIRE STOCK OF: HUtTM JIL " I q Tugifjn -- y PUt thawing Richmond & Bond' 0 R. R. dtpot will be located. It will b Ross, of Prlncoton, Kjr.. Is lit local kcdI for ibo cow railroad tbe C, M. A G. II arrived bore and assumed hU duties this week. Mr Rom Is a Terr pleasant young fellow, and wo extend him a hearty welcome to Lha bet town In tbo U. 8 M built whr th new C, on wet ild. of tht M. & block. No. 2 Silver In iliilly une should be washed ns noon ait pMlble after leaving tbo table, following Immediately after the glusses lu the process of dishwashing. After a preliminary rinsing to remove looe food lay aside nny stained pieces for future care uud Immerse the rest In h win of hot. Boapy water. Wash sirh piece ns need It with a ft cloth hihI pliiee them all In another wn of IkiI water to which a 'if ammonia and a dash of onp ImTe Ihn-i- i udded. Wipe the dlrtx-tlfrom this water without draining them Plenty of dry, soft tawri are required Follow this by a mil wlili rlMinoli sklu or soft flannel, niMiIng briskly, but not heavily eamiKh to timid the handles Take tlfc stained pieces next. Egg table-fMMinf- J. A. COBLE, AND LASTS TEN DAYS. Sale begins Wednesday, May 31, 9 a. m. Jr $6 Ite To be given away absolutely free on Saturday, lune 3d with each 5Uc purchase made during the first four days of the sale, Wednesday, Thursday Friday and Saturday, you will receive a chance on these five prizes : 1st, Suit of Clothes, value $25. 2d, Trunk, value $10 3d, Shoes, value 4th, Hat, value $5 5th, Shirts, value $4u Save your coupons and be at our Store on Saturday, June 3. "SSOi 0 slitlns I'eror Jones is putUng Jones Cyprius Shiran 1 JS B thousand at mill six ultra southwest of Hick-waC. M. Yatea Bhlncle Co. n reiuuract rlht up In the city cafe class. Old fixtures are being torn out and bank fixtures remodeled to suit tbe purpose. It will bo a pretty placo when finished It will contain writing rooms, ate. a cnshlor will be em ployed, and a la carto scrvlco laau Kurated. Quit borrowing ffca CourUr. with whliliig moistened with alco-l- i' I or To the first twenty ladies or men entering this sale Wednesday, May 31 ammonia After all stains bavo !vn re mre. I wash nud polish pieces at 9 a. m., and making a purchase of lc or more, we will give a package free. This package as jiltove Two orne. wide mouthed pltrliei-will Ik1 found a convenience is guaranteed to be worth more than 25c in merchandise. In sther Soap should never lw nihlted directly ou the sliver, but a MEN'S SHOES strong nuls should be made with tbe STRAW HATS MEN'S FURNISHINGS soap stMker This program may seem Mens work and dress shoes of Handkerchiefs, white hemstitched Latest styles in assorted color somewhat eUltorate at first, but if perlinen, 10c value, price 2c bands and shapes, well worth 1 50 flated In II easily beeomen a habit, and hieh grade quality, calf skin, vici tlte result Is much more than worth and gun metal shoes and oxfords, Public sale price 41c Mens hose, were two pair for 25c, $2 value. Sale price 1.09 the troulaV er hit reitioMHl with wet salt, oth- Per the grand cleaning choose a rloar. dry day Provide yourself with a eoHvenleiii table covered with oilcloth or iaper Have whiting, sifted three time, lu a dish before you, a To be held at the Lyric Tonight. small Itottle of ateobol. one of ammonia, a soft brush tlannel and cotton rags. sklu and plenty of (Issue paper Boot "Rose la, the Hud" itegta with the small pieces and sepForster arate the ets For the most part a Mlis M. WlllUmsoa ruli with a cloth dipped first In alcohol, Impersonation "I'lnk Carnations" ,,. then In w lilting, will be all that Is needed to clenu. but if tbe articles are ill Virginia Royater much stained make a paste of tbe (or lbs opra. HTKurils Youns UJy it tier whiting and alcohol and apply thickly, lor.r u hurt, but nndt II li til bou. allonlug It to dry ou. After this cleanSon "Sunbeam" , , ..Ronald ing rub all the articles first with old Miss M. Williamson flannel, then with chamois, using the bnittli to remote tbe whiting from tbe Essay "America's Sacred Trust" In case there ore oruameutal work Mtts MoselU Uratflekl obstinate stains which do not yield to Son ,.. ..Uriel this treatment a competent authority "Sooi of tbe Soul" advltes touehlug them with oxalic . Miss M. Williamson acid, wuihlug It off Immediately and Impersonation "Roslland'a Surrender" then rubbing agalu with the whiting " and alcohol. Uxallc ucld is a polsou, Ml so Blanche Helm and all due precautions must bo oh MTXorl-- ln VlrdDladurlncUlTll War, a toutbtru It uskluca served lu Its use. If tbe apot looks (!(,' but bar lovtr. Jack.li a colon offlcr, wblcb csuim Cooftali dull ufler the arid has been used rub rvunictln tinollont It bard with u tlauuel rag moistened Son Ooeti Melcsaode In the Wood" with aweet oil and dry whiting. MU M. WIHUmsob After everything Is ablulug and clean all tbut which Is not lu dally use assay "Tie Urbjhtest Day of History should be put awuy in cautou tlannel Miss Ellso Luten bags, eaeb containing a small bit of Song-V'Bocamphor gum. It Is an added proClarke of Roses" tection also If each piece Is previously Miss M. Williamson well wrapped in white tissue paper. " Pa roll! u paper is excellent for wrap-plug- , "Herotiw as It helps to exclude gas. which Mlsa Ola Monan Is the greatest household agent, either Special Number.. Son coal or lllumluatlug gas, In tarnishing Mlse M. Williamson silver. This thorough cleaning should not Diplomas Presentation of Scholarships and or hae to be done oftener thau onceput twice a year If tbo piece to be Q. W. Wilson Rov. Benediction away are properly protected and the dally oar outlliied above Is bestowed upou all the articles In dally use. Commencement Exercises LADIES SHOES Our line of shoes is the largest in Union City, and we can fit you in such shoes as Queen Quality, Union Shoe and P. W. Minor Co. Lot 1. Queen Quality S3 and 63.50 value, such as ladies vici kid blucher, Russia calf oxfords, all in this particular lot as high as $3. Public sale price 69c We have imitation Panama, fancy or plain straw, all as high as 2.50 and well worth it, at 1.29 SUITS We handle W. S. Peck's and Fuller System Clothes, which cannot be beat.' e $8 suit now in popTae ular demand for business wear suits that always sell here for 2 45 $8.00. Forced sale Bucana Cheviot suits, like you have always bought here for $10. The same handsome patterns and 3.85 plain blacks. Forced sale self-sam- public sale price 3c Suspenders, 25c value 7c Ties, 25c quality 8c Mens balbriggan underwear, 35c quality, shirts and drawers..... 18c Mens work shirts 18c Mens dress shirts, open in front, H tiij tti mitt PANTS Mens Pants, Wellington, Nation al, perfect fit, assorted stripes and colors, SI. 50 and $2.00 values, Public sale price 79c . . 60c value- 29c Here Is a lot of dress shirts we always sold for $1, now 46c Mens silk lisle and embroidered double heel and toe, guaranteed .?.... 17c hose, 35c values Scriven's style drawers, elastic seam, regular 75c values 41c Look for the Big Red Sign. Read the name before you enter 224: SO. FIRST ST. We pay Railroad Fare to all Purchasers of 35 miles around. Purchasers of $25. J. .A.. COBLE, Jr. BEST Bouillon. wl Ety To-day- Round steak, no fat or bone, fire pounds. Cut lu tiny pieces and add one quart of water to each pound of round steak. Lot It cocao slowly to a boll, skim carefully and keep at simC. H. Moore Phone 4 mering point from eight to ton hours. Strain, set to cool and ozt morning skim again, and do not allow any sediment to paBs Into tho saucepan. Add Wo are authorized to announco seasoning of celery, bay leaves, parsTHOS. S. nilEA ley, sago, bit of raw onion, salt, popper, whole peppercorns, two or threo a candldato for tho offico of State cloves and boll for 20 minute, then Treasurer, subject to tho action of strain through cloth. Sorro in bouil- the Democratic primary, July 1st. lon cups If possible. f Commissioner's Sale. Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. Laura B. Hodges et al Plaintiff, Samuel A. Gouger et al, Defendant. Equity. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of salo of Fulton Circuit Court, render cd at tbo iay term thereof, 1911, lu the above causo, for the sum of Four Hundred and ten and Dollars with Interest at the rate of per cent per annum from the day of 191 until paid and costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at tho Court House door in Hickman, Kentucky, to tho highest bidder at PUBLIC AUCTION, on tho 12th day of June, 1911, at 11 o'clock a. m., or thereabout (being County Court day) upon a credit of six months, the fol lowing described property, Hickman Vicinity Lots Nos. 370, 371, and 372 known and designated as such lots on tho plan, map or chart of West Hickman, Ky., soe will of Samuel H. Gougor, deceased, recorded In Will Book No. I pago 364 Fulton County, Ky., records. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For tho purchaso price, tho purchaser, with approved security or securities, must executo Bond, bear-In- s legal Interest from tho day of salo until paid and having tho force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will bo propared to comply promptly with these terms. J. R. MILNER, Master Commissioner. 0 to-wl- t: GROCERIES . Who'll Take 'er? Fine Bottom Farm of 56 Acres Well Improved, Already Stocked For Only $35 an Acre 1 Owner has other business opportunities and will soil this place at much less than It Is worth. It can bo had with buildings, stock, farming Implement and poultry already on IL " Two residences on place, In only moderate repair, but two good barns, one 36 and the other 32 feet, with sheds on sides. Nice young bearing orchard, 60 bushels apples, plenty of plums, etc. 100 acres of the placo In cutlvaltlon; produces 60 bushels corn, a bale of cotton per acre, also alfalfa, oats, wheat, potatoes and all other crops or this seotlon. A fine otock farm, now stocked with registered hogs of three kinds, live stock and about 200 ehlckens, guineas, etc., which may be bought with place. All under good American wire fence, but outside Is a range of 3,000 acres for otock. Thrco good wells and pumps on farm. . Land Is next to river, but Is being added to yearly by river depos-Itswill stand any kind of InvestiNo better toll under the cun. Placo gation you may care to make. Thla Is an extremely low price, as low as any unimproved land, but absolutely nothing wrong with the farm or IU title. Makes a good crop every year. If you want either a Fulton county farm or a good In- vestment, It will pay you to buy thla place. The Hickman Courier Sautaga Rolls. Form sausage moat into rolls two Inches long and twlco as thick as your Pry until done. finger. Drain In a hoated colander. Hare ready strips How to Cltan Bagdad Rust. It U verj dltllcult to wusb a Hugdad of pastry, having each Btrlp three couth cour or rug aueisssfully. The Inches wide and long enough to fold colon are almost ure to run when about a sausago roll. Wrap each sautreated lu the ordinary way. Before sage roll In a strip of pastry and bako operation! separate tho to a dollcate brown Eat while very beulnniiiK strips Tlieu wash each one lu a sep- hot. Harper's Bazar. arate wuler. Use white soap ami water to which u little salt baa Sugar Cookies. been udded ufter a suds bus been rals cups two eggs, one arm one-nai-r stlrriup. Do uut rub tbo sugar, one cup shortening etl by brisk (bnlf but strip ou u washboard, but merely dip ter. half lard), threo tablespoons sour them Into the wuter and stir them milk, one teaspoon soda dissolved In briskly, then quickly rluse them and boiling water, f nutmeg. Use hung them over u clothesborae In tbe flour enough to mix good. Boil thin kltcbeu uvii) from the sunlight. He and sprinklo with sugar. careful when drying that tho strips do not overlap. When almost dry press out the wrinkles .with n hot Iron. If the middle strips have become slightly Three to Elect. worn exchange them with thosoon tho sewing the cover togcth-uutxidc when again. An election will bo held Juno 7th, to elect thrco school directors to fill How to Cook Pumpkin. The best wiij to cook u pumpkin Is the vacancy mado by tho expiration to set It lu a tin uud then place It di- of tho terms of Mayor Tom Dillon, W, rectly In tbe oven without any other C. Johnson and Marlon Provow or piollmliiary treatment than n light ono In East, ono in Wc3t and ono in wiHliing with a wet vegetable brush. Old Hickman. Hake it for nn hour or jnorc. according This Is ono election that generally to the size of the pumpkin. When It slips up and Is over beforo wo know-It- , Is done open tbe steam eud and and sufficient interest is not takthe seeds. The rind will peel off paper. As en in it. Wo have a good board, foras though It were so much a time and trouble saver tbero U no tunately, but tho way to conUnuo to havo a good ono la to tako an interbetter way to cook n pumpkin. est in such matters. Present indications aro that, the How to Have Pins Handy. coming election will be a llttlo more A pincushion on the wrist Is a to the small dressmaker. It spicy than somo of thorn should be a small, soft cushion, attached to mi eliiftlc baud just snug The river is down to 14 feet on enough to wear ou the left wrist. No work Is then necessary to the Cairo nuagc and falling. stopping of loot for n phi. M. V. Kerr, for 25 roars Justico of tho pcaco at Columbus, died In St. wcro Refrigerators of all klnd3. Hick-- Louts this week. Tho remains brought back to Columbus for burial. iaar, Furniture Co, luko-wurone-haln rc-ui- Splendid Sermon. On Sunday, May 21, a thrilling and scholarly baccalaureate sermon was preached at Ue Court House, by Rov. Gardner, pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Greenfield, Tenn. Rev. Gardner's superb oiatory, the appropriate music, the olaborato floral decorations, and the attractiveness of class and people, mado a beautiful and lnterosting service In honor of our chools. v rj H i at. Mrs. Lily Wall, of Tampa, was the honoroc of an enjoyable brlgo party given Friday evening by Mrs. A. M. Tyler. An Ico course was served. Tho guests wero Mcsdamcs Lily Wall, J. M. Hubbard, E. B. Prather, J. H. Millet, E. R. Ellison, C. P. Shumate, Molllo Prather, L. A. Stone, L. P. Kill tho weather man. Ellison, H. N. Cowgill, W. H. Baltzcr, A good rain visited Mayfield and vi A. E. Kennedy, C. L. Walker, F. S. cinity Tuesday. Moore, and Misses Charlotte Hub bard, Annie Cowgill and Virginia Best carnations at H per dozen. Prather. Miss Frankyo Rcid. Tho Hickman Collcgo Alumni will & Now Wheeler FOR SALE: entertained by Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Walker, In Southern Heights, Wodncs-- i Wilson Sewing Machine at a bargain. This offico, lp day ovonlng, May 31. bo man, who knows fiom experience what he is talking about, said tho other day that R. B. Johnson, local agent of tho N., C. & St. L. R. R. Co., Is poslUvely tho best and most accommodating ho over had dealings with. Tho Courier O. K.'s that statement. It also reminds us that ono of tho company's officials "higher up" said In our hearing not long ago, "you havo tho best agent we havo on our system." And theso statements aro endorsed by our pcoplo gcnorally. As a citizen, frlond and business man, he is all the terms Imply. If you do not think wo havo good local railroad service, Just drop off at Union City or somo other nearby point and mako a comparison. A well known business nt iaiSaiaisWWrtsjiifalil mmmTirit i rf yw" nn.ujrH)!rw WW INKS THBY M ON SITE UW j S?j FOR BATTLE ORGANIZE OVER QUARANTY SYSTEM. 300th Anniversary of the Authorized or King James Version of Holy Bible tf? $ iQrosa Mismanagement of Fund, It le Alloyed, Will Be 8hown In Ttt Cats. Quthrle, Okla., May 23. The bars fcave, been dropped, and It will now bo tight to the flnlsh between the Okla. Shorn state banking board defending ,tho guaranty system and tbo national weoks Mo, when Governor Leo Cruco mado publlo his statement charging tbo national bank of Oklahoma with originating the campaigns against the guaranty system. Immediately national bankers resented the charge and began to organize for action. As a result. It Is declared the national bankers will form a separate organization, similar to that already formed by the stato bankers, The suits brought by tho state board national banks against the thirty-sitn this state that recently changed from state banks may result In tho collection of all funds claimed by the banking board, but the testimony will lay bare all of the affairs of the guaranty fund and its alleged gross x tanks of the state. The fight started loreral REBELS Kill CHINESE Advices From Torreon Tell of Frightful Rioting by Mob of Mexican Rebels. Monterey, Mexico, May 23. Conflicting stories are told here b) Aiuer lcan refugees from Torreon ot a mas sacre of Chinese by a mob In that city following Its capture by rebels When the lnsurrectos entered the city an uncontrollable mob ot Mexicans took possession of the streets. Pne report is that 25 Culneso were "hMg-htereIn the railroad eating at Torreon. It1 is also said jr J. w. Linn, a untnese Banner, Iragged about the plaza at the f a ropo fastened about hls.neck his body was a mass ot broken and bleeding wounds. ie refugees relate tales of the at. ted looting of tho Chinese bank failed, but not until several ot inese defenders had been killed. Eczema readily to Br. Bell's AntLsep- live. You see anl mprovement le first application. We guar- iL It 1b clean and pleasant to fit. It U clean and plaesant to 8 2Gc a box. have some new things in fur- this season. Hickman Furnl- JO. On Sunday night. May 2Sth, at St. Rov. H. J. Gcigcr will preach a special ecrmon on tho Tercentenary of the Authorized Version of tho Bible. This is a most notablo and Important anniversary to the wholo Christian world for It celebrates the first Bible that was put Into the hands ot the people, so that oil might read and learn from the one Source, tho truths of God's revelation. This great event in the religious world has already been fittingly celobrated in both England and and throughout the world whereever the Enclish language is spoken. On the of May sermons were preached and addresses delivered in Anglican Churches everywhere, and great public buildings were taxed to the utmost to accommodate the throngs of Interested hearers One of the most important was In Carnegie Hall, New York City. This groat hall was filled with eager listeners; the speakers were men famous as scholars and thinkers on both sides of the sea; and tho decorations of British and American flags Indicated the spirit ot union felt between the two great nations In this common celebration of their mutual benefit and blessing In the St James Bible. Indeed tho Authorized Version as a bond of union has been emphasized, and Its significance has deeply stirred great audiences on both side of the- - Atlantic. Letters from King Edward of Kng-lunand from the President of the United States, and the preeenco of the British Ambassador, brought to the meeting in an official wny the authority ot tho two governments Paul's Church, the The President lettter was in tho same key as the letter which was read at a similar great meeting in London. He spoke of King James' Version as closely associated with tho earliest colonics ot the English people on this Continent Ho described It as tho Bible of our American forefathers, as tuning given shapo to our American lltoraturc, and as having deeply Influenced American ideals in Mr life and law and government Bryce road tho letter from tho King which also emphasized tho Bible as a tie between the two peoples. Part ' I rejoice of the King's letter read that America and England should Join in commemorating tho publication 300 years ago ot that version ot the Holy Scriptures which hns so lonif held Its own among English speaking peoples Its circulation in our homed has done more perhaps than an) thing else on earth to promote moral and religious welfare among old and young on either sldo of the Atlantic The version which bears King Jamea' name is so clearly interwoven In the history of British and American life that It Is right wo should thank God I congratulate for It together the President and people of the United States upon their share in this our common heritage." The British Ambassador lu a most able and brilliant address declared that our common reverence for the King Jump Version had been a link between the English speaking peoples in four great continents, the strength of which had grown more precious with tho panning years Tho influence of the Bible upon all literature of the English world can It Is indeed not be d Mastic Mixed Paints THE PAINT THAT LEADS THAT GIVES SATISFACTION .- ' - z To the Customer, because it lasts and covers the surface. To the Painter, because its easy to use, and pleases his customers. To the Dealer, because the Painter and Customer are both satisfied. sk for a Color Card and Literature. W. A. Dodds mlodied in the language aa well as the hearts of the people who clur it it a their highest sourci- of kuo i.lgBut great ns line been the taluc of thla Version from ti literary nd social standpoint, and as a means ut education. Its religious significance lui s beeii far greater For throe centuries it has boon the Bible ot the hngllsh race Irrespective of sect or party, ot Church or community It has been the Bible alike ot Anglican and nonconformist High Churchman Men ot different ami evangelical. klenls and beliefs have been at one In their reverence for Its saored pages. Men ot saintly lives, great scholars, and men of the highest Intellect, have humbly, diligently and and prayerfully studied the writings of tho Bible. Tboy found 'tuero what no other Book could supply. It may bo remembered that when Charles Dickens' son went aa a colonist to Australia his father placed a copy of the Bible In his trunk, and aftorward wrote to him "I put a Biblo among your books for the very same reason nnd with the very same hopes that made me write an easy account of It for you when you were u little child, because It Is the very best Book that ever was or ever will be known In the world, and because It tenches you the best lessutis by which any human creature who tries to be faithful and truthful to duty can possibly bo guided." And Sir Walter Scott wrote In his Bible i - LOCATION OF THE LOCUSTS. 1 j.:4.-.'--j- i YAftrL:1p lu have loet ita hold on people the failure may nUajs be trared bock to a failure among professing Christian people to rend, atinl). learn, mark atid inwardly digest the Holy Scriptures The wlftent and leader of the world tell ua that to road and study the Bible U tho wny (o renew our own and others religious life. In the profaee to the first edition of tho Klmi James Bible are these words: "If we bo Ignorant, the Scrip tures will Instruct us; If we be out of the wny, they will brim; ua home; If out of order, they will reform us. It lu heartnefw they will comfort us; If dull quicken us; If cold. Inflame us Amen " C. M. 0 1 - vJ$i Ib xn k smzsm.. jK '",--. ifcrtV DoirBlpProtectibn fTiliBfi Bonnie Carpenter entertained "a few friends at an elegant course dlnifer Thursday evening. The guests at dinner were Misses Eatelle Iteneau, Louise Atwood, Virginia Prnther and Messrs. Gua Alexander, Tom French, Guy Hale and Ferd Maddox. After the dinner a number of other guests were invited out and a dance enjoyed. Those present were Misses Annie Cow gill. Charlotte Hubbard, Mabel Wilson, Bettie DeBow, Messrs. Leroy Clark, K, A. Tally, C. M. Reynolds, A. E, Owen, Edward Prather, Swayue Walker and C. M. Blackford. What Is known as the "12 year" locust pest Is now beginning to tpi ear in the middle southwest. The official locust map Issued by the department brood Tht of agriculture at Washington shows the location of this dots represent counties, while some attempt has been made to show th In extent ot the brood in different localities by the site of the dots department states that there may be soma Its bulletin the agricultural errors aa to certain parts of Indiana, Illinois and northern Missouri, ow. ing to a confusion of former reports, although this Is likely to be more In regard to numbers than distribution. It seems. Otherwise every section ol the Mississippi valley showing a black dot rosy expect a horde of locusts. They are not as destructive, according to government experts at some imagine, and are chiefly dangerous to young orchards. A 17 yoai brood Is also scheduled to appear this year, but It is confined to Atlantic coast states. Save from $1 to 2 a thousand on Fire departments r necessary and your shingles by buying direct from save much property, but they cannot mill. C. M. Yatea Shingle Co. be relied upon always. Although thsy Klve reels of moving pictures, show may put out the fire, water may do Ing the prito as much damage as the fire. Flro fight, will be shown at the Lyric on Insurance protects you against the Saturday night. These pictures will loss by fire as well aa the Iqss by give the battle In detail from start water damage. A fire Insurance polto flutsh Admission SSc icy In a reliable company with a reputation for fair dealing and prompt, Yellow Popovsrs. ness Is your best protection. We rep cup flour, one teaspoon salt; One Pour over It slowly one cup resent only such companies, sift. milk, beet; add two beaten eggs, R. T. TYLER, Agent j oiks first, then whites last Hake la hot muffln tins about 30 minutes. Brltt-Nelson IK''""lllSSM M11I1. I.- - .1 ... . .'1J M Within this awful volumo lies Tho mystery of mysteries. Happiest be he ot tho human race Te whom Ood has given grace To read, to fear, to hope, to pray To point to Heaven uitd learn the way And better bad he ne'er been bom Who rendu to doubt, or reads to Hcorn. Ralasd Muffins. One and one half pints of flour, one-hapint of milk, one egg, cup of butter, one halt cup of yeast, one and a half tablespoons sugar, "one-hateiupoou salt Mix at night. In morning put Into muffin pans and le stand until light. ooe-fourt- h lf lf Cooper, of Gordon, Texas, tho guest of his sister, Mrs. J M Held. Mr Cooper was formerly a re Ident of near Hickman, but moved to Texas about forty years ago. He Is now making his first visit in twenty Weeloy I )oara Men who demand Somethings Goin' to Happen at HpJtn - X? Pllicnn'c An ancient and pretty custom to observed at the Coronation of King Oeorgu is the presentation of tho Bible. A copy of tho Book Is laid upon the Holy Table, and from thenco Is taken "by the Archbishop of Canterbury und placed In the hands of tho King with theso solen words: bo newly-crowned the best, wear Inter national Clothes... Style, excluaivcness and an indefinable air of elegance stamps INTERNATIONAL "Our Gracious Sovereign! Wo pre sent you with this Book the most val uable thing that the world affords. Hero is wisdom; this Is tho royal law, theso aro ho llvoly oracles of Ood. Blessod is ho that roadoth, and thoy that keop tho words of this Book; that koop and do the things contained in IL For theso aro tho words of eter nal llfo, ablo to mako you wlso and happy in thla world, nay, wlso unto salvation; and ao happy for cvormoro, through faith which is in Christ Jesus; to whom bo glory forovor. II CLOTHES with a character all their own. Watchs The newest material for hot weather clothes is PRIESTLY IMORTED MOHAIR SUITINGS We would be pleased to show you samples. II It Is indeed a great opportunity wo have to colcbrato this Important and It la to bo oarncstly hoped that It will awakoa an Interest In tho study of thla greatest of Books. So much is said nowadays about tho foil- nt f of Christian living tho lessen ing of tho Interest taken in all Churoh affairs. But Indeed If the Christian religion seems temporarily ing-of- Millet & Alexander