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DENTIST THE HICKMAN COURIER. that PaUS mitni that yoar sub 'crlptlon hni expired Ilenew promptlr if rim want the paper to com to you after tbli moinb A BLVE MARK HEBE aTlVVll.TT.. ttBTFAI'KR '" CmmBrCtBl WaBn P ihB ' Succbss. The Courier has a Spankln' Good Team. Grease the Rxles of Your Uagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up H NO. til VOLUME 51 IN WESTERN KENTOOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, bccln to hatch lato In July, and tho actlvo llttlo larvao drop to tho ground and burrow beneath tho surfaco, whoro they remain until tho end of May of tho seventeenth year thereafter. Thoso larvao ar not grub-like- , but are active, crentures and burrow readily through tho soil by means of enlarged forelegs Thoy do not eeom to Injure tho roots of plants, but to derive their sustenance from the organic matter contained in roll moisture In late spring of tho seventeenth year, they have passed through their last molt and have become pupae, but In this stage they are as active as before Sometimes reaching the surface of the soil, they will build little cones or chimneys of earth the surface of the soil, building upward continually for several weeks i before the time of Issuing Why they should build these chimneys or turrets or huts, as they have been called, has been a puzzling matter for tho people who havo written about It. They seem to bo made when the soil unI is shallow or when there is somo usual warmth which brings tho pupao to the surface In advance of tho normal time and also sometimes when the soil Is exceedingly moist. Tho conditions, In othor words, must' bo somewhat abnormal or tho cjilmnoys are not constructed. When the proper timo arrives, tho pupae leavo the ground almost with u rush They all come out nearly together and sc nun bio for somo tree trunk, fonce or bush. On such base the climb upward ior a considerable distance uud then selzo bold firmly and rest. This scramblo from tho ground begins always Just at sundown and continues until nine or ton o'clock In the ovenlng. About an hour after they havo rlsen-an- d fixed themselves, the skin begins to burst along tho back of the thorax and the adult Cicada slowly crawls out In from twenty minutes to an hour or more the Issuance Is completo, and the newly Issued adult, white in color with red oyes, clings either to tho pupa shell or to the bark of tho tree or to othor objects upon which tho pupa may be fixed, and gradually tho wings expand and dry, and during the night tho dark brownish color of the Insect becomes ovidont Tho Cicada has not many natural specific enemies, and this is quite to be expected from its rare appearances. Nevertheless, many birds feed upon it with aridity, and the English sparrow, rather contrary to its normal habits, seems to begin a prolonged feasting whenever the Cicada comes. So generally are the Cicadas destroyed In tho neighborhood of cities by this city nuisance that each year the broods have becomo smaller since this sparrow was brought to this country. One of the natural enemies is the largest of the digger wasps This wasp stores its burrows with Cicadas. Tho periodical Cicada as a rule appears too early for tho wasp, which finds tho bulk of Its prey harvest fly in tho common dog-dathat comes out after the sovcntcn-yon- r locust has disappeared, but Bovontccn-yea- r many of tho Cicadas aro captured by tho earliest of tho wasps to Issue, aro stung by them and carried away and packo In tho long wasp burrows beneath tho ground Tho eggs of tho Cicada aro preyed upon by certain mites, and thcro la o llttlo internal parasito which destroys them as well. It sometimes happens that orchards located on cleared lands or In tho vicinity of standing forests aro very seriously Injured by the Cicadas laying their eggs, but on tho wholo thoy do llttlo damage Where dam-ag- o of tills kind is feared, the remedies Consist In destroying tho pupao as they arlao from tho ground and whilo thoy aro moro or loss torpid and. sluggish. A very strong solution of korosono emulsion has also been used with oxcollect offcoU It should bo sprayed ovor tho pupao and newly formed adults In. tho early ovonlng. A heavy coat of whitewash on tho trees will keep thorn away to somo extent when thoro aro other trees In tho neighborhood. Bordeaux mlxturo seems to havo somo effect of the samo kind Owners of young orchard forowarned of tho coming on a brood of Cicadas, should neglect all pruning operations during tho winter and spring in order that their trees may bo pruned foV them by tho Cicadas, thus distributing tho damago over a larger surface Another precaution when a Cicada year Is expected is to defor tho planting of orchards, especially In tho vicinity of old forest land, until tho danger Is past four-legge- d y lato-flyln- g 1911. Begins June 11th, WHOLE NO. 3(151 ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1HBO Facts About teLocust, nCSflflKfSSEKSHMg .sa&iiSivBrflaPlEaBaHaam ' TVTTTVTTTTTTTrTTTTTTVfTT iiiO of the iuot interesting Inserts 'be world U Uio American period- lo- Cicada, or fcvory sovtuleou yours In gtv- t ivcalltlt In tho Northern Stat?, d every thirteen yea.rs lu given lo .Uri lu tho Southern States, this e able but ralhvr frail tusoct coines ut the ground In great uumberi otnetlzscs lu Incredible uurnbera t,d (or a few wtk pierces the air It sometimes bap- a lt shrilling ,c tbat lu curtain locallUet it will frequent Interval ittPvar at uot . ui lu 1602 It appeared In parts of i .aryiand, New Jersey and Eastern Kunsylvanla, and lu the present ycarj Mil again appear in tne tame geu t ai region. Out tbla doea not mean .at tboto which will appear this year the children of lho that laid ui i In 1902, they belong to a differ it brood, and 1 Uclr Immediate par-ru- ts wero flying and laying eggs in while the children of the 1902 rood will not istus as adults until F. E. CASE & SON Tho Christian Church, in .this city, for somo timo has been arranging for a series of meetings, beginning Sunday, Juno 11 For part of tho time, during tho first of tho meeting, tho preaching will bo done by the pastor, Rev Horace Slboroll, the music will be in charge of Prof. Ross. S. Davis, of Greenfield, Ind Prof. Davis has Hardware, Glassware and the reputation of being a fine leador Tinware of song and evangelistic worker. We trust that these meetings will be of great benefit to thodty of Standard Gas Engine Oil Hickman, both spiritually and religiously While tho religious and mora Free Delivery sentiment is not greater In any of Phone 183 the neighboring towns, than it Is in Hickman, still we aro suro that ev- fcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ery one who is desirous of tho building up of tho morals and religious and Gen. H. A. Tyler has been on tho christian sentiment will be glad to Increase these sentiments by help- sick list for sovcral days. ing in evory way they can to mako Refrigerators that will keep Ice for thoso meetings successful. $12. HIckmau Furniture Co. JHalE - laaaaM 759 PlaaW' 'PaaVhaBaaBB Staple and Fancy GrocerieE bS'K !l'WgrsgwSiiH 'V.K'v"" Mjwam. RPiHaaaaaV 41 .4. ' There aro many of these (roods, all accurately mapped and .neir appearance can bo predicted with i.ruluty. Tho brood of tho resent year, for example, running from North Carolina up to Albany, N Y . and occurring also In Connecticut, has been reported every seventeen years alnco 1734 lu Connecticut, and In New Jeravy since 1776. Many bavo occurred l the 1ST years elapsing between 1721 and 1911. Many a generation of Cicada larvae have gone Into the ground for thjir long years of larval life, emerging at last to the surface only to find lu many Instances that In the seventeen years a house or a paved street or possibly a whole town has covervd the surface. n (iifypiHif 1 'v;:i lHBiflRMalKvSi'JsH HaBaaHBas'S9HBr!aaflBP ii ?JZL' 'in iiiP It. A. Tylor spent Sunday in Fulton. C. M. Harold DeBotv is expected home aHHBnMaHKrTkValBBV Tho vicinity of Brownsville, a southwest of Hickman, was visithas been on the ed by a good rain Monday afternoon. sick list for several days past. few-mile- Better shingles for less money. Yates Shingle Co. W. C. Johnson next week from Lexington, Ky., whero ho has been attending school. S. L. Dodds thinks It a good idea, Hickman Furniture Co., headquarfor autos to go out on Joy rides In ters for anything in furniture pairs so that one may tow the othor Q S. Dowell, of Farralngton, Mo., home but, oh, that dustl was tho guest of lie v. EmeroU TuesD. B. Wilson attended the funeral day. L. C. LITTRELL Democratic Candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction. Mr. Littrcll is the man who introduced the old confederate pension bill, and while he has two opponents, is the only one who has served in the capacity of superintendent of schools. We believe he is the logical man for the ofnee he seelcs. western Iowa and southward through Eastern Kansaa and Western Missou ri into tho Indian Territory and possibly Into Texas. In 1914 a compact brood will appear all through Ea'at- ern Ohio and over most of West Virginia, and In 1916 a scattering brood will bo found through Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky The alarm always caused by the appearance or announced appernco of this Insoot Is largely unjustified They take practically no food, and Injure treoa only by the unfortunate way in which they lay their egge They begin to come out about the end of May or early In June, and are active as adult CIcadaB for four or five weeks. After mating the female lays her egs by working her strong ovipositor Into tender twigs of many dlfforent kinds of trees, Inserting her eggs uuder the bark and in the In a line along the axis of the twig Twigs Uiub attacked usually die where tho Cicada Is numerous these tonnlnal twigs with dead leavos are frequently so abundant as to make 1' appear as If a patch of woodland has been seriously Injured.. The eggs sai-woo- of his nephew, Welsh Wilson, which Rev Henry J. Qeiger, of this city, occurred at Mayficld, Sunday. Tho conducted services for the Knight young man died in El Paso, Tex., last Templars at Fulton, Sunday. Wednesday. There ar thus two distinct races of the periodical Cicada The northern, or race stays under the ground seventeen years, except for a few weeks- The aoulhern, or race occupies only thirteen years In Its subterranean growth. And occasionally, as will bsppen the present year, a bood of each race will uiaku Its appearance. On the whole, for one reason or another, most of the great breeds aro growing smaller This Is due in psrt to tho gradual change In the face of the country through clvlUratlon, and partly. In our cities, to the work or the Eugllih sparrow now become so annoyingly abundant Exact records of tho appearance of the Cicada have been kept for many years and It Is there foro possible to predict their appear once with exactitude for many years to come. In 1912 they will come out over most of Iowa, in 1913 in South - iW.xIIW ,ZF .)WWW J tft rs W h it z iu w.a.pecK a ct 7 &i 5t m SCREEN DOORS New Stock New Patterns Matletn Syracus rAIHIUNAlW CkOTMSI What Shall We Say to You these Summer Days There is nothing we can tell you, either in print or by word of mouth that could be half so convincing as these "Peck" Clothes themselves. We want you to get at the facts in the case by getting inside a suit. You do not obligate yourself to buy in the least by trying on anything here that appeals to you. We want you to come in and find out in the only way. Will you? Low Prices Buy Now ass W. A. Dodds Prices $12.50 to $25:00. Baltzer & Dodds Incorporated D. G. Co, in ,.4 I I , J T it iTIartAiilsW-fliaifc'M- ihi iifc'wr'wfc"rir-'naiislia1- illtfaWMr irr Citizens of Baltimore have raised Roll Of Honor. a fund of $100,000 to ho used In entertaining the National Democratic Convention next year, which BaltiAt the final examination of the more Is determined to have liicman schools, the following pupils represent the leaders In their respective grades: Fifth Grade. Sophia Lunsford Luclle Kay lor Bettlo Louise Curlln Mary Tempa Burnett Velma Swift Ceryl Peck Sixth Grade. Ward Seat Lucllo Barnes Carrie Held Camilo Barrett Henry Coffey Vera Smith Verna Harris Seventh Grade. 9G.1 9G. Jim Knight, a negro, was carried to Dr. Ovorby's office Tuesday afternoon, and three fingers of the- - right band, which were almost severed in a mnchine at Mongol, were taken off Miss Clara Coshon, who killed hor-- I MUs Zada Lewis, of Caruthorsvillo. Sunday Mo was bere a fow days this week self at her homo at Dukedom, Sduudcrs 'loft a lettor blaming hor parents for tbo guest of Mis Kathleen Thoy camo between her and who Is visiting her aunt, Mrs J A her act , Best Ear Corn. Thompson ber sweetheart 95. 92. 91.6 91.1 90.C 94.8 93.4 90.6 90.5 89.6 S9. Porter Pierce Helen Tyler Olney Johnson Herbert Weatherly Irma Bruer Scott Collins Aubra Townsend Guy Ledwldge Baltier Dodds Marshall McDanlel Lexle Rice Fay Qlaser 93. 91.2 91. 89. 88. .' 88. Eighth Grade. 96.4 96.4 96.2 96.2 95.2 88.4 Ninth Grade. Doskle Roach Roy Journey 95.5 94. Fern Bran -- I H I I I H H BBl Chocolate Molasko ' I H HUg6yjl Tonus Wo'u'' rf Com " " ' Wafer Marshmallows Opera Dropt Peanut Clutter Grenoble Walnuts Pecans I I I I f . !" gflfc Lizzie Pickett Lester Pierce Luetta Lunsford Tenth Grade. Lily Hackett Lillian Coffey Irene Thompson Pratber Saunders Lewis Lunsford Sarah Winn McConneli Paul Choate Lula Shuff 92.7 92.7 92.2 and the price is only H ""Pk ...90. 93. 97.7 97. 96.7 96.C quarter ....96.5 96.2 96.2 Juniors. Nannie Smith" Lon Naylor Pansy Weatherly Arnott Henderson 90.8 90.6 90.5 90.3 Miss Grace Klmerer has accepted a position In Fetho & French's Book Store. A DIFFERENCE. I I I I I I I Bl H Fresh Strawberries Green Peas Young and Tender -- Fresh Tomatoes and other vegetables Jit frL $ Coming in every day - ElHSOIl BrOS. L " BBVflVJBVJBWflVJBVflMBVBVflVJBBVflBJBVBBBBBBflBBBVBHBV Released on Bond, Dry Weather Serious, According to the statistics of the weather bureau, May, 1911, has been the hottest May In 17 years It has now been about 33 days since thU im mediate section has had a good ruin, Unlww we get rain at once, crops are going to be seriously damaged; especially the corn crop, many acres of which has not yet yet been planted. Weather forecasters have predicted wet weather more or lens for three weeks past but evidently, "all signs faff in dry weather." In Hhort, we are In the throes of a drouth, and people, the stock and growing crops are feeling its effect I I I I I I I I I BBl SBHbBBBK HBBflBflBflBflBflBflBflBflBflBflH H BJ JBBBBBBLI WflBwflBi 'B' Abbbbbbbbbbbk sYflYflYflYflY'''' B I VAb IflU BBl ( avB im a yJM " I' Ellison has been on the sick list this week unable, Fire at Fulton, Fultou suffend a Ji.u.000 fire on Tuesday morning when Hiuiicm start ed In and the W K Hall lumber yards and bufMliuj the f.re really started In a barn bi longing t tho lumber company, und u thou! to liae been of Inclndiary oritwn Tho lumber company places their lo a at 160.000 with 120,000 Insurance Tho Fulton llotlluig Co olo t.i talmd u Iojui amounting to $J oeu with 11,000 Insurance Fon Collins aim) lost his risidnc Othors whose, loasea are small were Hurst & Tucker, liverymen th Fowler, liver) man; and Fulton pow er plant and Cumberland Teltphoi; , R. A. Jftinei, Winner of W. K. KeHojg Northern, Wbltson and who were arrested last week after a shootlDg scrape with Ed Dyer, at Madrid Bend, waived examination Thursday, and were released" from Jal on $500 bondn. They will await the action of the grand Jury. Dyer, whom the."physlclana at firm ilalnu-had only u few hours to llvo. Is now In fair way to recovery. The contents of a shotgun and a pistol were both emptied Into his body, inflicting what seemed to be fatal wounds but they were not as bad as Hoax One of his sons Is a poor first reported. There la strong hopo . for.hlin surviving. bookbinder. Joax And the other Is a rich book maker. 41en BITS ABOUT OUR BETTYS. Miss Virginia Luten bas assumed the duties of ber office at County School Superintendent, Miss Dora Smith's resignation having taken efA winsome miss Is generally able to win some mister. The Courier editors regrit being to accept un Invitation to at tend tlie Joint meeting of the three medical societies of Fulton, Obion and Hickman cuiiutlefi which met this wpflk at Walnut Log, on Ileolfoot The medicos marled ihe recreation sojourn Tuesday and will conclude today. Aside from a short, hot weather program embracing discussions, papers, etc , the doetois have devoted themselves to the sport afforded by tholr surroundings, und the hoiipltallty or our friend, P. C. Ward This In a clever net of fellows, and Its a cinch thoy had a time to be long remombered. There wore In all Of about twenty In attendance. Geo l.aw'8, of near Fulton, died course, moat of the Hickman physiMonday, age CO cians were there . National Corn Trophy for 1910 BBBBJTr'TT bbB&JbbbB uBBBBBfl BTbE'' BYflYflYflYaBL li CBbIbbIbBB BBYaBBYADYMYflYflYJ Co. Progressive Citizens, Form 1 fect yesterday. Some girls are taken at tbelr face value and some at their pa value. A good deal depends on the dressing when It comes to girls an1 salads. No Excuse Some Pointers We sell only drugs of the highest quality, and at the same time our prices are very reasonable. Q We will guide you back to health if you will depend on us for your medicines and sick room supplies. We fill doctors' J Our medicines are reliable. prescriptions with the exact amounts of the right drugs called for, pure and fresh, and in full strength. J We cordiajly invite you to bring your prescriptions to us, buy your toilet articles and sick room necessities of us, and come to us for all drug store supplies that you may need. f& For It ! town It only takes a "ho" to convert an artless" girl Into a "heartless" one. Ask a girl for a lock of her hair nowadays and she won't require any scissors Don't send your Job printing out ct When a young man's attontion is at least givo your homo insti- arrested by a girl be is goneraHy tution a chanco to flguro on it Wo brought to court. can furnish on short notice A pretty girl and a philosopher are Commercial printing of all kinds. loth apt to bo enamored of their own reflections. Boston Transcript. Foreign and Domestic Calendars. Advertising fans and novelties. Engraved cards and wedding invita There is an unprecedented demand tions. for dwelling houses in Hickman at Lithographed school diplomas. Lithographed stock certificates, etc. proscnt Wo can name a dozcen pco-pl- o who aro Trilling to take any kind Party invitations. of a house they can find but thcro Lltho. bank supplies. Customers checks with detachable are nono. Tho now local agent of tbo O., M. & Q. cannot find a houso cloth covers. and two or three others connected Catalogues. tbo road would locato hero if Cotton and grain tickots. possible If local capital will not nan Blank book work. dlo tho proposltlpn, outsiders should Hat, Ghirt and Millinery Bags. bo interested in tho matter. A hun Sale and Stock Bills. dred moro residences could bo rented. I Marriage Certificate. In fact everyone theso days, seeks to save time and the telephone Is the greatest Uinesavor that bas over been Invented. It Is Instantaneous You can send and receive your message at tho same time. It brings distant cities and towns within your reach almost Instantly. It connects you locally with everyone of promt-noncIf you have not a telophone of tho Cumberland Tclcphono ft Telegraph Company, calf our manager im mediately for rates and information. If you ubo tho Bell servlco you aro in the ccntor of tho cnUre Bell system, connecting with over tlvo million telephones and ovory Imporatnt city and town In tho United States. Cumberland Telephone & Telearapl Company, Incorporated. ad o Tho W.JC. Kellote National Corn Trophy W. 0. W. Decoration, Kim Camp No 3, W O W.. will decorato the graves of departed Sov ereigns at the Cltv Cemetnrv Run- dny afternoon. Members will form in lino and march to the cemotory from their hall at 1 o'clock. Sunday aftornoon, June 11, this camp will also decorato tho graves at Urownsvlllo comotory ami unveil monuments to tho momory of Sovereigns Komp and Longford. AH members nro requested to bo prosont and chow this respoct mid honor to tho momory of our decerned Sovereigns. Helm & Ellison Tho Republicans of Fulton county a convention in Hickman, Mr. Lowo, of Mnyflold. was In this July 8th, to select dolegntcs ,to tholr state convention, at Loulavlllo, July city yoBtorday looking for n building In which to establish a dry Goods 11th. storo. It is nlm'ost unnecessary to Lesllo Owens, foreman at tho laun say that ho was unablo to find n vadry. Is nursing a dislocated arm this cant business houso. Hickman canweek, tho result of a scufflo with a not grow unlcaiTBomo nrrangomenta room mate. aro mado for moro business houses. will hold i.wA- - jiti . juj.u-i-- i iM--- - - iMnanftrtittni J SERVING HAM FOR LUNCHEON Dlreotlont for Preparing 8omt Simple but Delicious and Tatty Dlshea. Our Now Roofing We have just added the famous ''" ai-l- tS Hcnrd Nfa i the Streets g lOi , ' 5 I For luncheon. grind tho ends of a boiled ham and tnlx It with a button onion that has Wn clwpnd due and a little minced parsloy. Put tlio e Into a nun with a llttlo butter nnd inolitcn with hot water or cream. Hlinincr four or flvo mlnutea and then heap on slice of toaat Fur curlr bncon, cut It verr thin1 and half cook It In boiling wator. Then curl It. fasten It In ahape with a toothpiok nnd brfill It over tho lire. mix-Hir- '' '' I I I 'I I' II .' I ChrUUnaa Olft. if Announcement We take this means of informing our friends and patrons that we have just finished the interior work, including a thorough refurnishing, papering, painting, etc., which makes $5 over-haulin- g, TM'1 u Byll Dog Roofing wok In.Loulsvnio. Harry Ellison apent the firat of the y J llttlo grated American cheese mlied with tho nilnccd ham used In a andlch la dnlfclou If tho sandwich la fried brown aud served very boL Sliced bain la moro tender If It li baked than If fried. Cut a slice of an Inch thick, put It Into a small agate pan. turn three quartera of a cupful of milk over It. rover and bake for an hour and a quarter, baat-iover 16 minutes with tho milk. Cold cooked ham It tasty If It la shredded and cooked In currant Jelly sauce. Put a cupful of tho shredded ham Into n aauccpan with a lovel tauicpivuiiiui 01 miner ana hair a cupful of currant Jelly Aa aoon aa the Jelly and butter begin to bubble add four tableapoonfula of sherry and a seasoning of paprika. Slramor tho uilxturo about first or six minutes and servo with toast. A three-quartora n - n durau'c. reasonable priced roof you will be interested in Bull Dog Roofing. For the money there is nothing half so good. 1 to our linrv If vrtlt wnnt n . nn ,' Percy Jonea wont to Noahvillo on business. Harvey Lowo and wlfo wero hero from Mayflold Tuesday. Charllo Page, of Mnyfleld, waa a Hickman Visitor Tuesday. W. N. Bostlc, of Tlptonvlllo. was LET US SHOW YOU here Wednesday on buslneaa. Ileceptlon Iloora Furniture St. Louis Furnishing Co. "sell It for Jones' No. 2 Reynolds, Moss Co. Lillle One At Rest. LltUu Konueth Houslcy, son of Mr. and Mrs J 0 Houaley. of this city, was called to rest yesterday after le." Mist Eugenia Par'ham, of Mayflold, a a Hickman visitor Tuesday. Lawrence Albrittou, of Paducah, wat here on business Wednesday. The Swellest Restaurant to be found in this section of the state. It is finished in golden oak day. J. Logan returned from a thort butlncts trip to Mound City Wednes W. BOON TO WINDOW WASHERS Can Oo About Work Without Fsar of Sudden Dsath on Pavsment Btlow, Much of tho risk In tho calling of wimjow cleaning baa been eliminated by ths Invention of a Now York man. Thla Invention la a aafety appliance which enables a window washer to no about his or her work without fear of met-tlna- ; to on tho pavement. 18 or M stories below Ktrat thoie la a belt, with riiiK around It. Then Ihero Is a cable of strands which Join In a loop to "I ' a sudden and horrible death J J noon at 3.30 Had ha lived until Juno 3, bo would have been four year old Uo was a sweet little fellow and possessed extraordinary Intelligence. Hit long suffering aud patient endurance waa Indeed pathetic. Several months ago he lost hlaalght although every nolblo effort was inado to help him Death wna duo to an optic nerve trouble. The retualna were carried to Nash- rttle. laat night, for Interment the former homo of hti parents. He la survived by hla parent and one llttlo staler. Inez. The heart broken parents havo the sincere sympathy of their many frlenda in the Iom of their sweet lit tle mil whom God In Hla infinite wt dom bus teen fit to call from suffer ttS to eternal reat Peroy Jones aud wife went to Nashville Wednesday nfternoon or a few days. Bo ant Ledford la visiting at the home of W. M. Shaw, nt 8tato Lino, this week. Born, yesterday, to the wife of Calvin Arrlngton, on nouto 1, a flno boy. with private dining room, writing and reading room, telephones, electric fans, etc., and absolutely sanitary throughout. We have tried to make all arrangements for the convenience of our patrons, and invite you to inspect the place. Regular meals will be served everything in season as well as short orders. A full line of confections, soft drinks and tobaccos will be carried. Prices reasonable. We invite the patronage of both ladies and gentlemen. PERCY JONES, Prop. W. T. PEMBLETON, Manager. T. Sullivan returned Wednesday from a several days' visit to relatives In Mayflold.. O. Mba Annie Loe Brown visited her slater Mrs. J. M. Itoper near State Line, last week. MIm Hazel I Joan Whlttleson left WedntsMlay for Trenton, Tonn., to Wjm No. 6 Started To-da- y, Miss McCraw Worse. Miss Marie Brevard returned Wednesday afternoon from Braden, Tenn , whero she has been visiting and where she had tho misfortune of breaking ho rarm. The injury waa quite a serious one, tho bones having to be set three Umes. Soon after reaching home Miss Brevard received a message stating .that Miss McCraw was thought to bo hurt worse than at first supposed, and Internal Injuries were feared. Miss McCraw id woll known to a number of Hickman people, having attended house par-Uat Gen. Tyler's and .visited Mlsa Brevard. ea attend several weeks. Mlaa May Lang, of Jackson, Tenn., has accepted a position as saleslady with the Industrial League. Miss Zada Leu Id left Wednesday afternoon for her hom in Carutbers-vllle- . after a short visit here. C. W. Holcombo, of Plloenlx, Miss., la the guest.of his father. C, A. Hoi-comb- e Woodland Mills. w Hook Holds Worker Fast. f one-thir- Mrs Artie Qlldewell Is Improving - siowly Mra. JennUi Braubatu Is on the sick Usl this week. He arrived yesterday. Lon Naylor baa accepted a position with the Hickman Drug Co. for the summer months as soda dispenser T. A. Holcombe, of Greenville, MIsa arrived here Monday to visit his father, C. A. Holcombe, and old Hick-mafriends. n Illahard Bandera was the guest of hi parents Saturday and Sunday. ?J?rRWfK&), JTT ?Cfrr. I KJftnr Tc uojs x yvjrr rntr U4rUfiA. J uj tfjfr&t J. It. MoAdoo, of Terrell, waa tho yr27I& guest of Miss Zola Bradley Saturday. Miss Sallle Honor waa tho guest of P. 1C. Ilradley and family Friday night. - e?ZJlWi:ifZT Owing to tho fact that the .Department has not yet passed on tho grades of those taking the civil service examination for mall carrier on Route G, Postmaster Stephens was authorized to appoint a temporary carrier. W. J. (Cap) Barry waa sworn in this morning, and took the mail out on the first trip today. It may bo several days before wo learn' who gets the place, but Mr. Barry took the examination, and his many friends hopo that he will become the permanent carrier. This route covers a distance oT 25 miles, going from Hickman to l, thence to Ashlog around to and back up the levee road. Ma-bo- Lu-zell- e, Col. Joseph Potter waa nominated 117 C. Barrett, funeral director and for Mayor of Paducah in the Demo- embalmer, with St. Louis Furnishing cratic primary held Thursday. He Co. which a hook la attached The cable Mr and Mra. M. Q. Glover are tho had four opponents. faatena to the belt by the rings. Tho Mrs S. M. Hubbard leaves tonight washer straps tho belt around his proud owner of a new piano purchas Jerry Johnson, of Cayce, was here for Monteagle, Tenn., for a short waist and takes his position ou the ed thla week. Tuesday taking orders for a splendid window till The cablo. as shown In There waa a largo crowd at tho lot of books Mr. Johnson Is now the Illustration, hangs Inside and the your trade. St. We appreciate o toproaontlng a Cincinnati publishing book can be anchored to some heavy Sunday School Sunday, and tho Louis Furnishing Co. "sells it for house. waa enjoyed piece of furniture or to another book loss." In the floor or aurbaae near the winAlex. Nalfeh Is getting material on Leo Maddox and family and Miss dow While thla dovtce wa deatgued Ico Boxes and Refrigerators. St. p'rlmarlly for profcttlonal window Pauline Parrlsh, of Terrell, wore tho the ground to build a brick business cleanora. It will bo found useful In guests of Wni. Maddox Saturday and houso In West Hickman. It will be Louis Furnishing Co. "sells It for private house, especially whoro the Sunday on the lot Just east of Jim White's lea." servants are timid. store, and tho dimensions are to bo Water Coolers and Ico Cream Froez 32x60. era. St. Louis Furnishing Co. "sells Mine Meat. Mrs Jno Smotherman returned to It for loss." Save a Dollar. Two bowla of finely chopped msat, her homo in.Armorel, Ark., Saturday, four bowl of apple, two bowl of after a visit to hsr parents, B Moore raisins, ono bowl of currants, ono Cafe Nolr. SPECIAL OFFHR: Th eeElectrlc and wife She waa accompanied home bowl of bowl of sugar and one-halPut three tablespoons of finely you a flno 2 00 by her sisters, Misses Imogeno, Lyda pound of citron, one-hu- lf Studio will inako suet, gTOtind coffee In tho top of n Fronch cup of Now Orleans molaasos, Llfn Slzo Crayon Portrait for only and Llzie Moore, who will visit her coffee pot Pour over half pint boil9 So, if you pfoeont thla coupon before for uhout a month two teaspoon of mate and two of ing wator. Do not allow tho coffeo to ground cinnamon, ono teaspoon of July lei. Great prlao reduotlon durMonday evening, the pupils of Mrs boll. After It has run through Into cloves, two nutmegs, salt Mix all to- ing this month only. J. M. PULLEN, C. F. Baltzer's music' class-gava tho spneo bolow pour off and run gether, add elder, and cook thoroughltop a second tlrao. This Proprietor. recital at her home. The class through tho dono four or flvo Minos. y.by This reclpii ha been usod should bo Is composed of Misses Clols Ledford, Always bo Buro to have a cover for runny good cook and ha been found to be an excellent one. The "bowl" Name. Ituth Walker, Oraco Threlkeld, Lucllo tho spout. The coffee pot should bo referred to bold one and one-hal-t Gabby, Elizabeth Reovcs, Lyto Held, carofully scalded boforo it is used and pints- Address. Tholma Baltzer, Anna Lynn and Bait bo kept bright and freo from grounds. zer Dodda. This amount la sufficient for a small family, aa It Is served In tiny cups. The small shower which fell last Dee Pleasant, one of our huBtllug Hall Seats at I.oula Furnishing young bottom farmers brought n stalk night helped some Co. "sella It for leas ' Baker Apple Slump of cotton in yesterday containing 10 Tako a well buttered deep pudding leaves and 1 square. This is tho bost slice into it enough tart, speclmon of the fleecy staple we hato dish and Juloy apples to fill. Season with cinseen this year. He thinks this crop namon and nutmeg. Swoctcn plentiin tho bottom has not been hurt by fully, add n tablespoon ofbuttor, cut tho dry wcathor. In llttlo bits, and cover with a soft biscuit dough, Btirrcd to & consistency Porter's Tuffs went to Hickman to pour, but not roll. Bako In a hot WHEN YOU PAINT . Friday and played n good gamo of oven and serve with a hard sauco or ball, but lost tho gamo, the scoro be- foamy as preferred. ing 4 to 2 In favor of Hickman. Tho i. The paint is small part of the cost. It's the paintman who pitched for Hickman was a A Delicious Roast. ing that counts. former Kitty Lcaguo player, nnd was Arrange alternately slices of fresh a llttlo Too swift for our boys, but pork. Botwocn which put a dressing 2. It costs less to put on good paint thon cheap, betho Hickman bunch found thoy had mado as for stuffed meats, tlo together and steam through until tender. nil they could 'tend to. Clinton it's made better. If you use cause top cover of dripping pan and let como to dollcato brown. Lay on Percy Jones lias Just finished over- lettuco leaves and servo with tomnto sauce. hauling and refurnishing' hla restaurant, known as "Jones No. 2." It is fixed up In first class shape, and you 8ct the best results at least cost. You will rememGo carts, hammocks and porch would bo n credit to any town. His swings. St. Louts Furnishing Co. forgotten the ber the high quality long after you have patrons will find It a mighty comfort- "30lls it for lcos." cost. Color cards and pamphlets furnished free. able, modorn, clean and uptodato esA man who had been begging and tablishment. It hns cost no small of monoy to romodcl this es- waa thought to bo In want was &-C0. MOSS killed by a pa3sengor train tablishment, nnd Mr. Jonos certainly morits our hearty support In thla line. near Clovorport, Ky. Ho had We also enrry Oils and Varnishes Give it a trial. W. T. Pcmblcton will continue in hto In gold and 7C pennies upon his capacity of manager. ser-vloe Revival Begins Monday. The revival meeting will begin at East Hickman Chapel next. Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Tho tent will be ready for use Tuesday evening. Rev. Wilson has secured tho help of Rev. B. S. McLemore, a Memphis pastor, who 1b said to . be quite a revivalist. WEATHER: and toworrow. Tho Hickman College Alumni Association entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Walker last night, and a largo crowd was present. Iht house was tastefully decorated In tho colors of tho organization and tho color scheme was also carried out in tho refreshments of cream and cake. Photographer J. M. Pullon went up to Columbus thla week and landed a. nice order for his work. Ho will mako regular visits to that city fi. P. Wright left this morning for Anderson, Ind., to tako part lu a big Generally fair today revival. Arthur Halo returned homo yesterday from Spring Hill, Tenn., whero be has been attending Branham & Airs. Clara Pullon, age 28, died at Hughos Business College Mr. Hala Mayflold yesterday. Is now a graduato of this Institution. Wo havo it. St. Louis Furnishing Co. sella it for less. Take a Kodak with you. We say "Kodak" advisedly. We do not merely mean camera, but the particular make of camera that bears the Eastman trade mark "Kodak". The satisfactory results that it has given to our customers justify us in specifying "Kodak". Remember Two Thing's o. Ro-mo- De Sota Paint Your vacation will mean more to you, if you Kodak. Not only more pleasure at the time, but afterward, the added pleasure that will come from the pictures. Let us show you how simple it all is by the Kodak Wgp Our stock is very complete and we are always glad to give photographic help to an amateur. system. acc'l-dent- REYNOLDS, ly $5-1- HELM & ELLISON T'' 7.1 . Police Court News. mwmg;mmm Set Your Mind on a Mohair Suit Right now is the time to wear one. measure at Made to $17.00 to $23.00 The colors are rich and beautiful. A perfect warm weather suit. They are high in fabric but not in price. Try one and you will agree with us. Millet & Alexander Appendix Removed. Adams, of the Hickman John Tla & Plumbing Co, was hurried to Nashville, Tenn., Friday afternoon to be operated ou for appendicitis. We are glad to learn that the operation vas successful, and last reports say Mr. Adams Is resting well. The physicians at St Thomas Hlspltal claim that had he been six hours later, he could not have survived. Q. Don't forget the election of three members on the school board next Wednesday The members whose terms expire are Mayor Tom Dillon, W. C. Johnson and F. M. Provow. Granulated Eye L'ds .trzlng or vllliom cl Shilinrland't staur.vliiK l 'in Eagle Rye Salve. We guarantee It to cure. 26c everywhere. 8 'an In' cm id Miss Hazel Adams was In Nashville this week. He was accompanied by Dr. C. W. Don't Experiment With a Cough Curlln, E. W. Adams and Mrs. J. Q When Dr Bell's has Adams. been used by millions of people for sixteen years with a steady IncreasHere's hoping he has a speedy ing demand Look for the Bell on 8 the Bottle ey Tbo matlnoe session of Judge Rem- ley's court, Monday afternoon, was St. LouU Furnishing Co. soil it enlivened with a comedy ekotch In charged for load. the trial of Moao Darkott, with assaulting Tom Androws. Tuo Houses for salo on Instalment plan. of alleged offonso was tho tfo M. B. Shaw. a balanco of 15c owed to the defend' Specr, Honest Moso ant by Mr. Androws. Born to th wife of W. C. Dleadcd his own case to tho Jury, ad- - Friday, a hoy. monlshlng them to mako allowance Hickman's 6th rural free dollvcry for what City Attorney Davis would cay. Tho Jury, however, fin-e- d route starts tomororw. have to Moso IE. Wo have como now things In fur Mose swore out a warrant for An nlluro thU soaaoa. Hickman Furni drcwa and ho was tried for disturbing ture Co. tho peace. He was found not guilty. Miss Mario Schmidt, of Union City, In cither instance tho case amountvirtually nothing. Is tho guest of her brother, Carl ed to Schmidt J. W. White, tho West Hickman groceryman, was next called to S Self Is Improving after a vory aggravating case of blood to tho charge of breach of tho peace Saturday night ,nnd to adminis- poisoning on the bands. Mr. tering exoromo punishment. Savo from $1 to 2 a thousand on Whlto told the Jury that he was unby buylug direct from willing to spare tho rod and spoil the your shingles C M. Yfttoo Shingle Co, mill child In fact, ho was of tho opinion that the boy hadn't receUed more Dr Lon Naylor has purchased a than half he needed. About a dozen Hupmobllo runabout from tho local witnesses were called In the case, af- agents Hubbard & Kennedy. ter sorao deliberation, tho Jury was Horace Siberell spent last Kev Mr. Whlto will unable to agree. have another hearing Friday morning. week In visiting In MUsouri and ArkSince our last report Jim Rhodes, ansas, returning on the Rees Le. was fined J 20 for committing forni- Saturday cation. Mrs J C Davldion and little Ben Smith, for carrying concealed granddaughter, of Trenton, Tenn., weapons, 125. were guests of Henrr Travis and Jim Dunn, violating local option wife first of tho week. law, $60 Ferd Berendes couldn't resist tho Jim Dunn. Grant White. Ed Tottcn. Earnest Nichols and Dob Sangster, temptation to go to Louisville and gaming, $20 each. the Minneapolis team erois bats Other petit offences, summed up with the Louisville sluggers. as breaches of the peace and fines Mhtsos Alma Perry and June Groie, assessed at $5 each, wcro given tho of Jackttou. Tonn., wore tho gUMts of following; Sallle Horseley, C. A. Fuqua last wek Ml Trusty, Inez Taylor, Otto Jenkins, J. They Marguerite returned home Friday. Rone, Bob White, Frank Downing and Allle Flowers. . 9 M Nalfeh aud wlfo returned home Monday from Ft. Smith. Ark . wbert they have boon visiting the No Danger former's brother for several days In taking Dr. Bell's coughs and coWs It contains no for party of motorist Including A habit producing drugs. Look for the Mrs M Ainberg, Miss Llstlo Auiberg, 8 on the Bottle. Bell Mr aud Mrs D 1). Wilson. Mr and Mrs S L Dodds. and Baltzer aud 9x12 Art Squares $1.50. St. Louis Miss Anna Lynn Dodds were In May Furnishing Co. sells It for lew. flekl. Sunday. out-coman-sw- Compound Restored lo Health by Lydia 13. Piiikliani's Vegetable A woman who is sick and suffering, and won't at least try a medicine which has the record of L)dia K. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound, is, it woulil almost seem, to blame for her own wretchedness. Read what this woman says: When my second daughter was eighteen Richmond, Mo. iiiont lis u 11 I Vww pronounced tv lioioUs miInvalid lijr specialist. of doctor and they Id I I of 'ulceration. I Wis In bed top ten weeks, and was pronounced lo ' ' I'liiklHim'a Vegetablo Compound, wo try tadln "ml irJiiiBht mo lx bottle. I mkmi IhtihiiIo Improve, mid beami Mnmic was fore Ithnd all boon taken Imo an we II m UiocIiuiirc. -- Jin. mi prwit frloudn bardly rocouiilid Woodson UraustKttcr, Ulcliuioiid, Mo. There are literally hundreds of thousands of women in the United States who have been benefited by this famous old emedy, which was produced from roots and heibs over thirty years ago by a woman to relieve woman's suffering. Read what another woman says: bavo uscl Lvdla ftlMiibliniit'iii V'RCta. .Ioncsboro,Tcxas.-- "I iinc-- ii blc Compound for iiirself and dftucfitcr, and bo Mlilr It It for without voiiU) iiillrd for 1 all feuialo dUoancs. InI Americanot could iw pemuaded wMi erry mother i y hlnir. our to tine II lit f hero would nr less Miffrrlntr amonifLn! Ha cx 1then. r wonl of praise for I urn iilmi Kliul aro at liberty to into thU Vi'iiftuhln Compound, and 3 tlliiioiiiul.,,-lr..Iaii- n'a T. Laurcue', .lonesboro, 'loxas. Since we guarantee that all testimonials which we publish are genuine, is it not fair to suppose that if Lydia E. I- i??? 1 ilc I- Inlt-hiiiu- 'A Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had the virtue to help these women it will hi lp any other woman who is suffering from the same trouble ? Vegetable For 30 yearn I.ydla P.. IMnkliam'iremedy for tho Mandard Compound ha female UN. No ulek woman doe Justice te inwllclne. l.orsolf who will not try thl famoiw nerlw, and Made exclusively from rooln ami has thousands of c,ure-- t to it credit. If the ullRhtcJit troubleappears which you do nut understand, write to airs, for her ad leo It Is in at L mi, Ma-.4u i MsTfUtJ" free and iilwujs helpful. Ix-e- Miss Mena Dlestelbrink leaves this week for uockport, Ky , to spend a few days with relatives; from there she goes to Indlanopolls, Ind., to study music Sho will spend the summer there. K , - n.ULittiAAvV UttiL sAllfcli sff-lt- l Fi1- - tAtifcL JskikiUal The regular services at the Christ ian Church for next Sunday will be aa follows: Sunday school, C C Smith, Supt., 9:4b a. m. Preaching by the pastor. Rev Horace Siberell, at 11 a. m., subject. "How to Obtain a Blessing," and at 8 p m , subject, "The Parable of the Good Samsrltau' The Courier Is publishing letters n from our ,A 8 Bar-ketwho Is traveling in the Holy Land If jou hao not been reading these letters, we fee) that you are raisalng a treat There aro many quaint. Interesting customs recorded by him that wu have failed to read In the letters of anyone else'stravels fellow-townsmat, If You Weigh EXCELLENCE flour, you a you will find It ful wslflht. the flour you will find It retains tftt full flavor and nutritious qualities of wheat from which It Is mads th bttt wheat grown. It makes the lightest and sweetest bread the flour you ought to use. and I bo ' ttit iSB .1 .!, j!lL KU C. B. Travis pnWt1WlV'TlV(ltVW,!'W'3 BETTER. LIGHT r Tne ieKmep. tpust5 ?risoner. Commencement. Commencement exercises of Hickman College were hold at the Lyric last Thursday night. The night was very warm but the house was filled to its capacity The program rendered by the graduates was interesting and each individual effort was applauded Miss M. Williamson, a member of a Louisville choir, and a singer of no mean ability, was on the program for several appreciated numbers. The Impersonations of Misses Vlr glnla Roystcr and Blanche Helm were especially good and showed much work had been done in preparation. Prof, dabby, in a few well chosen words, presented the diplomas. U. S. Tariff Commission Cannot Prevent Higher Prices on Shoes If cheaper shoes if better shoes mean anything to you and your family, you must strike for yourself Get Endicolt-Johnso- n shoes. Endicott, Johnson & Co. are the only shoo manufacturers in this country who are independent of the Leather Trust. They buy their hides in the open markets of the world. They own their tanneries tney tan every pound of leather they put into tnar shoes. Tliey sell direct to your home shoe dealer, cutting out the profits of four distinct middlemen. Endicott-Johtiso- n shoes save you 50 cents to $1.00 on every pair and they give you service, style, fit and comfort that you simply cannot get in any other shoes at any price. The ENDWELL (Goodyear Welt) is their dress or business I tA I I EVERYBODY 1 Shoe prices in this country are fixed by the Leather Trust. The Trust has a throttling grip on the tanneries. It regulates the quantity of leather. It fixes the price of that leather. "Worse than that it influences the quality of all leather. Electric Light at Two-Fifth- s of its Former Cost Means Economy in Every Home. absolutely aafe it is the most convenient light it does not vitiate the air does not soil the wall paper and decorations. To get it at s of its former cost, order Westinghousc Wire Type (single filament) Tungsten lamps. They give the best light ever produced the easiest upon the eyes. It is two-fifth- 93.00, 93.50 and 4.00. END WELL shoes give you every choice of style snappy, up to the minute lines, or the more conservative cut any width and shape of toe all the colors of leather. Good fitting exquisitely finished easy to the foot. Look for this name stamped in every shoe shoe Col I k II D If ENDWELL SULLIVAN BROS. Shoe buyers who vl &Jl B a Friday eight tho musical depart ment under Miss Mona Dlestclbrink, gavo an entertainment at tho Lyric, which was also well attended. Tho musical numbers, drills, etc., wcro well rendered, and showed that Hickman's futuro musicians woro not lacking In talent. Tbo school year Just closed has boon a successful ono and both tho students and teachers aro thoroughly satisfied with tho good work that ha boon accomplished. Don't Bo Annoyed. If your house is not wired telephone us for an estimate on wiring it and installing fixtures you will be surprised how little it will cost you. """-- "' Kentuckr Hickman Ice a Coal Co. Jr., iwcbx-- . ) With skin troubles, chaps, pimples, EXCLUSIVE DEALERS is publiihcd can learn the names of their home dealers who carry ENDWELL shoe by writing to Endicott. Johnson & Co., Endicott, N. Y. ono 2Dc box of Dr. Bell's Antlsoptlo diuvo win euro you. Try it at onco. My homo placo can bo bargain. J. B. Houslcy. lire outside the city where thb paper bght at A Co. - (Incorporated) ar. a?. cdxxjXjosnt, Everything hardware at N.-- la lumber and builders' wall pvor you want at a very Reynolda-Mos- Wo can chow you any grado of mod- s erate price. Fethe & French. Coffins and Caskots with an experienced undertaker In charge. St. Louis Furnishing Co. Iacorporated. . J. 0. Stubbs trM BalMlnfl, 0c Bravsrd't Mors Ckucw DENTIST No. 01 THE HieKMHN COURIER. up the Hill of Success, The Courier has a Spankin' Goad Team. Grease the Rxles of Your Wagon, muni that yonr tub crlptlon has expired Ilonflwpromptlr II you wnnt tbe paper to corns to tou after tbli mon.b K A BLUE MARE HEBE rtUtagta the Team lh Old Man. and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE NO. NO. Ol VOLUME Ol o .D1.8T PAPER M WEBTEEN IENTO0IT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1911. SUR1 v ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1HHO OPINIONS Bach. eurgua. OF THE WISE. Obedience It tbe kcjr to every door. Justice la itmpU, truth De good, Letter from Syria DY A. S DARKETT P" cij, Lr JOURNEYING THROUGH THE "HOLY LAND" Judlcdlt, Mnrgoon, Syria, Turkey. May 5, MRS M Blue Serge The Suit and refrain not to do food. Herscbull. Tims wasted Ufa Waller. ti existence; uicd It li mi. Messrs. Spcer & Soxtou, It la the mind ttiat makes the body Hickman, Ky., U. 8. A. rich. Drumtuond. Dear Frlonds: Now cornea the time for A. S. to Oenlui Hnda Ita own road and carfill hta promise and write about his After lunch we got on our horses ries Ita own lamp. travels In the land or Christ, so ill uud rode to a place called the well Tbo golden aitfl la not behind, but of my frlonds who are readers of the of Muuya.. Here also Is an old house before tit Hontxen. Courier may know . said to have been built some tlmo On April 10th I started out on iJie before Christ, close to the shore of A noble aim. faithfully kept, la a Journey, accompanied by mother, wife the Sea of Galilee, where there are noble Mabel, Anlstv, Howard Said and one some flue buildings erected by tho Let each day record some kind, of my eouslu to help us on our French Monks, which they call a trip Tbe first night we stnyed with French Convent Thoy own a fine otn gracious thought Smiles. my brother on our farm, aa we took lot of ground, raising on It wheat, bar It la better to Hunt for tbe good a late atari There my brother killed ley and all kinds of vegetables The than to rail at tbo III.- - -- I'arker. a lamb for ua and we had a big time monks live better tLan tbe president of the United States They have a The klndcat and the happleat pair Next morning we started out south fine orchard and a fine place to live. of Huula and aa we will find occaalon to forbear. Leader. towards the had to go horseback, brother sent S They are as fat as hogs. Wo resumThe man who dot moit haa tba hi en to help us on the road till we ed our journey nlong the shoro of least time to talk about what he doe a. got to a place where wo could hire Galilee until we got to the city of Long. 'a carriage to tako ua to Jerusalem Ttbertn along the bnnks of the sen. We went slowly that day for tho sake An old dty wHh walls all around It, Prosperity demanda of ua more pruof the little baby, through the valley with 30.000 people, moBtly Jews some dence and moderation than adversity. of llaula. After three hours travel Christians and foreigners and Moham Cicero. v got to a place called tbe spring of medans. We spent two nights at the! Judge not your fellow man's condi- Ralala There la a big spring of wa- Germuu hotel where we met some Huglleh. German and French tions till you be In his position. ter bursting out of a rock and close Rlchter. to it an old sacred place, honored tourists, who were here specially to , and respected by the Mohammedan. see the country and tbe Sea of Gall-leeThe daya are never long enough for There I noticed a Urge locust tree, where Christ walked the water Uwftl lUrt tka X Mir the man whose heart la In his work. Tbe sou la about ten times larger which seemed to be 400 or (00 years Haydn. old The Mohammedans look for that than Heelfoot Lake, situated in a valley surrounded by mountains, 'exBetween two evlla ohooao neither; tree to cure them when they get nlak. They tie a rag to ono of its limbs cept from tho northern part where goods choose both Ibetween two Edwards. naming It for their sick, believing the rivers empty Into it, and whero that such a rag tied to a part of the the waters of tho sea empty Into tho tree does cure thorn. We spout over Dead Sen. The water of tho sea Is two hours under that holy tree, ate sweet and good to drink; with plenty See Our Agent dinner, made coffee, smoked the of good fish Wo ato fish out of the Turkish plpo and drank some water sea while we were in Tlberia The We rode on until wo got to a place shoro of the sea Is rock lu some placcalled Ja'Anua, a town of 3000 Inhabi- es and sand in others. Near the city for high grade tants, most of whom are Jows who there is a Jewish and a German col- of tho water emigrated from Kuropo and glon ony who are uptodate farmers, living The day we spent at tbe hotel was lu good houses, which shows that borne, laud and stock for a oertnln a rainy ono, but most of tho hotel time by a Jewish society These peo- thoy are doing well and making mon- guests went lu boats out on the sea ey Between the 10th and 16th of ple have all the modern ImproveApril they had plenty of squash, rad of upper Galilee whero the ruins of ments on their farms, orchards of all Uhes, cabbage, cucumbers which I the synagogues aro still standing. I GOAL OIL and GASOLINE kinds of fruits, and bouses built on know you did not have In Hickman wish thnt every American could vis- the American style Tho street are It tho holy land the laud of Christ wide with trees set along the walks at that time About a mile and a to see all the buildings, forts and half south of Tlberia Is the famous The farmers cultivate tho laud as in Lowest prices and prompt sulphur water of Tlberia. A true walls of the olden times, that are America We spent the night In the delivery. Absolutely story Is that the Springs used to be- still standing and will stand as long hotel and left next morning for Tiber-la- , long to King Solomon and that he as tho world lasts You don't know-houniform. a ride of alx hours on an awfully I longed for about 20 Hickman and his staff would spend tho winter rough road In a rocky country. TJm season lu Tlberia uud the summer In friends to havo been with mo on our A short distance from Ja'Auua, we They still call tho build- Journey through the Holy Land. came to Jacob's Well, the well which Jerusalem. ing that King Solomon built nboe INDIAN REFINING CO. Joseph's brothers, while lu the wi- the springs "King Solomon's Bath After spending two nights In Tlcarriage to beria, we hired a lderness grazing their sheep, and JosCVANSVILLC Houho." Tho springs are close to eph tho beloved son of Jncob, was Jerusalem a four days drive It Galileo and of tho sent to see his brothers in the far off tho shorosulphur Sea ofpours out In cost ua $20 On April 16th wo startwater the hot ed on our trip to Nazaroth, a discountry, and who was envied by them largo streams about 400 yards tance of about 30 miles Tho roads during his visit to his brothers. They two Sprinkling. Rules for apart The wator Is so warm thnt wore slick from showors and wo had thought of getting rid of him, so lie one can hardly bear It two mlnutos a hard tlmo pulling tho hills. About was placed in that well which Is still I and mother bathed In It; It Is the flvo miles from Tlbornvwe saw some standing on tho top of a little rough Tbo following ordinance la publish- hill owned by tho Mohammedans. The best thing on earth for rheumatism fluo land Wo saw tho mountain of Sick peoplo from Toro whero Christ used to visit! often. ed for tho bcmllt of porsoua using story of Joseph Is well known to all nnd like ailments world coma hero. The water In sprinkling. Wo saw two largo convents one for how ho got lu the all out tho Hlblo readers and to Neur water Is piped from tho springs RULES nnd REGULATIONS GOV- hands of Egyptian merchants French and one' for Russian monks ERNING WATER uud ELECTRIC tho well wo fnw a huge and rough tho hath houses, and some of your The mountain Is round like air orThey say It has readers may doubt tho natural heat ange. A few miles further on we LIGHTS: Hoc. 10. Hoio for sprluk-linbuilding of old blmll came to a place called Kana el front arena uud today called Kufer-Kennbe used only from tho 1st of May to This little town was tho old home of 1st of November, from 7 to 9 tho JoHoph and Mary; the parents of o'clock lu tbo morning, from 1 to 2 and where Joseph had his carIn tbo Afternoon, and from 0 to 8 penter shop. In this place thoro U o'clock In tbo uvcnlug. Sprinkling a big French convent with a big rausl be confluod to ouo'a own front, church built right on tho spot whero and not extend beyond tbo uilddlo of Joseph and Mary lived. The monks tho atroot, and to bo wltblu rate are doing a groat work for Christians uozxlc, must bo only through lu Syria Tho little town of Kana still tho uao of a larger noixlo will sub(jgfrnffl) looks old and humble The women ject tlio party using It to doublo rates. btlll wear tho sumo stylo clotuesi ns Use of a hoso without nozzlo U proIn the tlmo boforo Christ. Wo stophibited. Garden (lawn or yard) ped at tho old woll of the Uttlettown Sprinkling Is ono thing, Strcot Sprink and ato dinner Through that counanothor, and both must not line la try they rnlso wheat, barloy nnd fig bo Indulged In unload both aro paid mi(liolle trees, but tholr land looks according to rntca." for to bo very brokou But tho wagon Tbe foregoing a peaks for Itself and road Is very good. It was built ut say thnt what was it U needless to our to tho tlmo when tho Emporor of trt ove risvrot it good for tho city U good enough for or oir visited Adbul Harald, King of IIOISUIOLD lXtlS ua. Turkey and came over to see the Ho-1- ) Stl HIUT PLEASE DE QOVERNED ACCORD A H.IIL roi LLt Land. His visit) forced tho TurkHITII INOIiY. iCCQIST CHICKING ish government to build tho roads HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO., rot KNOIT UlllKK to Tlberia, Nazaroth and Haifa. trur yr mT J. T. Dillon, Mgr. JNV WHA1 FOR From-Kanto Nazaroth is a disIT COSTS KOTIIIKO A ND rXOTtCT tance of 12 milos and wo reached tho Teething babies always bavo a lnttorcity about four o'clock In the hHrd tlmo of It whon this process ocevonlng We stopped nt an AmeriThey not only curs In hot weather. HICKMAN BANK AND TRUST CO. can hotel, oporatod by a Syrian. At hava to contend with painful gums but the stomach la disordered, bowels tho hotel wo mot throo wouion from Cyfti5D.000gaftigfta 3a50Qgg 1 looso and tho body uncomfortable Illinois nnd Wisconsin. Evory body Tho best help you can give tho llttlo knows Nazaroth was tho homo of Jesufferer la McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR. sus Christ. It Is a beautiful city, loIt corrects sour stomach, cools and quiets tho bowels nnd helps digestcated on a clrclo of bills. Most of ion. Prlco 2Cc, and 60c por bottlo. tho buildings arc convents, churchy 6 Sold by Hickman Drug Co. deed-Llrlngaton. been staudlug 1300 years, built by Suau Basha It u built more Uko a fort than a house. Its walls being four yards thick; the stock yard Is enclosed by huge' and high walls, so as to keep enemies from Invading them so easy. for Every Man 'it When in doubt buy Blue Serge is a rule that leads to satisfacBlue serge is always tion. right for every season, every occasion, and it is becoming to almost every type of man. But be sure your suit is "true blue" in quality and color. i Hart Schaffner & Marx i blue serge suits are all true blue and of a standard that can be depended upon. We have them at $18 to $25 Blue serge in other makes at $10, $12.50, $15 and $18 SMITH & AMBERG and orphans' homos. We first went to tho church whero Mary received the news of tho boy (Jesus) from tbe Angel Gabriel. The old houso Is still plainly shown. lf-possibly can write tho balance of our trip I will do so, but I believe It will take two more letters to finish It up. Best wishes to all; wo aro all enjoying tho best of health. Your friend, A. S. BARKETT Do You Get The Best. Saad- Salamy Ji&Bif DALLY DIET HINTS By DR. T. J. ALLEN Food Socialist. GREEN CORN. Green sweet corn Is " common article of food In summer. It contains all the elements of nutrition and Its starch la much of the ripe, hardened grain, but much of it It liable to be swal lowed without thorough mastl-catlr.- i, and then it will be In more easily digested than that Olvo Trlxl If you have a croup or any trouble and use you do. the Bottle. throat or bronchial Dr. Bell's 8 cough, cold, asthma, Look for tho Bell on FRAGMENTS OF WISDOM. All you've got to do Is to stir some peoplo up to havo them boll over. Tho hobble skirt Is making quite a stir, considering tho entire of bustlo. co perfectly digested, the outer shell being Impenetrable by the digestive fluids. It needs tittle cooking; three minutes In boil Ing water and two hours In the tireless cooker Is enough. Corn so prepared may serve well as a full meal for growing children, much better than white bread, potatoes, pie, meat and cake The boy especially who cannot enjoy such a meal should be taken from school and turred out to grass. (A.OIJ) rISllt. V. t JuMelll U tovlr. e aldo-walk- a Jo-su- b, h Whon a woman holds a man In the hollow of her "hand sho can palm off feeling, loss of A bilious, half-sic- k any kind of talk on him. enorgy, nnd constipated bowels con bo relieved with surprising, promptHe who surrenders when ho Is ness by using HERBINE. Tho first wrong Is wise. Ho who surrenders dose brings improvement, a few doswhon ho Is right is married. Dut es puts tho system In fine, vigorous condition Price 50c. Sold by Hickbe, too. Is wise. 5 man Drug Co. Tho woman who marries to hotter becomes worso herself generally than over. Tho prettier a woman Is tho less sho belloves love Is blind. Smart Set. OPEN Don't Have to Tell you what It's for It's nmno tells. Dr. Boll's Is tho host cough medicine and sovornl million peoplo already know It. Look for tho Bell on tho Bottlo. 8 We Hickman Electric Studio Photographs in every style. Prompt Service. All Work Guaranteed. HOW Ger-maii- y NV French Biscuit. One-hal- f pound nour, f pound sugar, four eggs. Beat tho whltos NOT nnd yolks separately. Drop tho batter In spoonfuls on a buttered tin and sprlnldo sugar over tho tpp. Flavor to taste. Almond Is good. ono-hnl- t i CHEAP GOOD BUT HOW Cabbage Soup. Ono cup of chopped cabbago boiled In salt and water until dono. Add doslrod quantity of milk. Benson with pepper, Bait and butter. Roll n cracker or twos fine and add Just before re- Open Evenings moving from tho flro. Don't forget wo havo tbo best lino of matrcsscs, Hickman Furnlturo Co We do Copying and Enlarging, make Medallions and Crayons. View and Flash Light Pictures any lime or place. Come and See k i J. Madison Puller. Next to Price Hotel. Al Courier Want Column uau la Advance t. .1. ..l..t.ii a. i.. .1.. II II l'l"llrlllllT'WT IT" I .r..m..i. t..t..t. FOR SALE Good Timothy Hay. U A. H. Loot .w.w. II oc K.VTE8 e. I One Cent per Word per Week . 1 al Chats Fly tlino Is here; get screen doors at Reynolds Moss & Co. t. i li Porch Furniture. St. LouIb Furnish Tho coldest kind of loo water at H. Ing Co. sell It for less. !. Curlln's free. A fow cholco buck lambs for 3. sale 2tp L. Rose. For a neat Job of undertaking Hickman Furniture Co. I In Hickman I Correct Footwear Means Bradley & Parham For every perplexity that confronts Man, Woman or Child in choosing Footwear, there is an easy, safe and If this satisfactory solution Bradley & ParhanVs. d business men buy were not so, would iSrp wmild particular women trade here, would pa- rents send their children here? level-heade- FOR SALE My home in Hickman. Jas. Housley. FOR SALE: Good milk cows. Ask for Omega Flour. None betFor an undertaker call Harry Bar x ter. Bettersworth Prather. rett with St. Louis Furnishing Co. For porch furniture, tho Hickman Furniture Co. la the place. Fish aro biting. Got your fishing supplies from Fethe ft French. A good cheap roofing Is our "Bull & Co. Dog" brand. Reynolds-Mos- s ry Dr. Robert F, Fisher, of Paducah, W. has received his commission as As13. McQoboe. tfo sistant Stato Veterinarian for West FOR SALE: Houses on small ern Kentucky. monthly payments. M. B. Shaw, tfc Children's Day exercises were obFOR SALE: Good brood served at the Methodist Church last and work mare and mule colt. Wilson Sunday morning, and a very entertain B Rice, Route 3, Hickman. 3p lng program rendered. FOUND: Pocket book containing A good many Hickman people money and papers. Describe same have been In Clinton this veek anil and pay for this notice. Courier of- all seemed to bo certain that the fice. railroad would soon be extended FOR SALE: Two houses and lots from Hickman to Clinton. "Hope it in West Hickman; both have four does." Clinton Gazette. rooms, and good cisterns. P. T. Pro-voThe United States Inspectors re4c cently ordered that the transfer boat FOR SALE: Three Rod Polled St. Louis, plying between Cairo and Thoroughbred Registered Bull calves. Birds Point must be repaired before Dodds & DeBow, 2 miles east of she could be used again. The Heneiy Marquand is now In this service. Hickman. caucus SaturAfter a MARES FOR SALE: A few good Brood and Work Mares on easy ternia day the Democratic senators voted 24 Also a few Milk Cows with jouug to 1 to support the resolution offered by Senator Martin of Virginia on becalves. S. L. DODDS. half of the Deocratlc steering comLOST: Slender bay mare mule, C mittee, providing for a reinvestigayears old, 15 hands high. No marks tion of the bribery charges In connecexcept light hair brand on left Jaw tion with the election of Senator Reward of $25 for her return. C T Lorlmer of Illinois. 3c Bondurant, Hickman A petition In which sensational accusations aro made has been filed in circuit court by Mary Belle Courtney, Phone 9 VEfiETARl.ES against Jess Meadows, in which damages to tho extent of $6,000 is asked. PRODUCE The plaintiff, Mrs Courtney, states C. II. MOORE FRUITS that on May 2, 1911, Meadows came to her home In the absence of her husband and entered the house against protest and made lndencent proposals and so frightened her as to cause nervous prostrations, leaving her a nervous wreck and unable to perform her household duties. May-fiel- d Messenger. four-bour- g $ pounds was caught by two men In Obion creek near Clinton, Ky., one day last week. A turtlo weighing 135 j The Courlor wants all the local new In Fulton couuty, deaths, births, marriages, entertainments, visitors from abroad, etc., and will be obliged If people will notify us by calling at the office or telephoning a lino. Tho reclamation of nearly 200.000 - ro acres of swamp lands In Western was assured by n suTeuuefcseo reme Court decision last week holding the drainage law of 1909 to be constitutional and valid and the way was opened for the reclamation of millions of acres throughout the Stato. Drain age and reclamation projects In Gib son, Obion and Weakley counties, involving In all about 200,000 acres, The land hinge on this decision. lies in the bottom of the Forked Deer and Obion rivers. tj From its origin to the customer every process of Sj shoe- - S p ax making is safeguarded for YOU. How ? We go into N the great factories East and, by suggestion of styles or our own origin and insistence upon excellence of qual- ity, actually develop the "Correct Footwear" upon r which you have come to depend. Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src See samples. of the Chicago, MemPres phis . Gulf R R., was a pleasant visPres itor at this office Tuesday. Latta askB us to announce a special Woodland Mills. low rate excursion from Hickman to Djersburg. Tenn , next Sunday. Ex Lurslon train, the first run out of Miss Llnnle Threlkeld Is visiting Hickman, will leave here at 7 o'ii Little Rock, Ark. The round clock Sunday morning trip fare la $2 10, or Just half the regMUs Ida Draubam U visiting In ular fare. Returning train will leave Nthvllle this week. Dyersburg at 5 30 p. m. This Is-Mrs A. Sanders Is vUltlng In Dressplendid opportunity for our people to take a trip over and inspect the den, Teun, this week. new railroad. Bradley was In Union Miss a NOVEL PROTECTOR jzr1 GROCERIES Phone 4 BBT C. H. Moore Memorial Service, The Daughters of the Confederacy will. hold a memorial service, with a decoration of the graves at the Cllx Cemetery, al the Court House Salur da afternoon at 3.30. Tho following program has be prepared, and all that can are request tl to be present. "How Firm a Foundation." O. W. Wilson. 8olo"On Sweetly Solemn That" When the air becomes full of danger for the humble pedestrian, ha will -- Mrs II L. Atnberg. Address Dr. W. T. Boiling. havs to weir a mirror In front to protect himself. Decoration of graves. Song "Pralio God From Whom All Blessings Flow." Bon Shaw and wife, of Oskton, was Benediction Dr W. T. Boiling. the guest of her parents, II. L. Curlln and wife, Sunday. Mlas Ruby James, slater of Ollle Mrs. Will Dee Flack, of Crockett, James, has been granted llcenio to was the guest of her sister, Mrs Jim practice law In all the courts of KenBurma and family Sunday. tucky. If the wlmmen folks gel to Miss Mary White and Con Berry voting, and It seems quite Ukvly that have returned from Hollow Rock. they will do so within the next Mlas , where they have been attend Miss Ruby would proo to be Ing school. a formidable candldato for congress Song tola UNCEASING MISERY. Jit Courier Office. CURE WITH MUSIC. Hickman Kidney Sufferers Get Little Rest or Comfort. little sleep, little rest, little peace for the sufferer from kidney la There HOW TO Investigator Find Certain Tunee Bene fit the S'ck. Listen, you men of medicine, and give heed, you women who wait and watch within the hospital wards and In the sickrooms of our homes. Here is a creed tttit Is new, yet old, that has at its back the fervent faith of a great theologian and thinker and the practical indorsement of hard headed physicians. It Is the science of healing by music Serious continuous experiments are being made by men whose sincerity and scientific attainments are above question, and they assert that the results already attained have astonished the most sanguine among them. The tests have been and are being made In the Samaritan hospital, Broad and Ontario streets, Philadelphia, under the direct supervision of the president of that Institution, the Itev. Dr. Russell II. Conwell, famous throughout America for the breudth and force of his opinions and the eloquence with which he enunciates them from pulpit and lecture plutform. They are fully verified In all their details b? Dr. William Huehnlen and the other physicians and surgeons comprising the staff of the Samaritan hospital. These meu aud the nurses who have aided in mukiiig all the observations unite in testifying to the beneficial effect upon the temperature and pulsations of their patients of certain musical airs and the evil and depressing Influence of other tunes. They found that the old rich melody of the hymn "I Know That My Redeemer Llveth" brought patients forth from the trance of anaesthesia with none of the nausea and feverish symptoms that usually attend an awakening. They further found that fever was nbnted and restlessness reduced by that fine old song "Flow Gently, Sweet Afton," that "Dixie" calmed a patient who had delirium and that "Juniata." "The Last Rose of Summer" and a number of other soft phrased melodies sent pain racked Invalids into Bootfclng. healing slumber. In the course of the experimentation -Dr. Conwell and the physicians discovsongs produced ered that a number of injurious effects upon tho patients. Among these disturbing tunco woro mnuy hymns. "Abide With Me Tlo-yclle- 's Hymn," "Behold a Stranger at the Door" and "In the Hour of Trial" were distinctly unfavorable in their reprice-Mad- e sults. "Ben Bolt," "The Star Spangled Nothing better at any Banner" and the dead march from in Hickman. No paper "Soul" produced the worst effects of or rotten leather used. See all the tunes. n trouble. Life Is one continual round of pain. You can't rest at night with a bad back, with twinges and "stabs" of pain, with nnnoylng urinary disorders, backaches, lameness and nervousness. You can't be comfortable at work with darting pains and blinding dizzy spells. Neglect these ailments and serious troubles follow. Begin using Doan's Kidney Pills at the first sign of disorder. You will work bet ter a the kidneys get hotter, rest. Circuit Court, better aa your back grows stronger. Proof in Hickman testimony: C. A. Watson, of Hickman, Ky., J. II. Provow vs. Mrs. R. S. Murrell says: "For some time I was a vic- Suit for material and labor for retim of kidney complaint There were pairing house pains In the small of my back, which Mrs. Mary Jones vs. Henry Jones. were always more severe when I Suit for divorce and custody of two- stooped, or lifted. My back ached at night and when 1 arose in the morn- year old girl. ing, I was very lame. 1 became tired J. T. Seat vs. W. A. Naylor et al. and occasionally suffered from nerv- Suit for writ of maudamus to compel ous spells Headaches bothered me the Fiscal Court to pay him $183 that and I was subject to dizzy spells dur- bu paid C. B. Crouslaud, former court ing which there was a blurring of my stenographer, for work done. Plainsight. Wheu I caught cold, It settled tiff brings order of Judge R. J, Bugg on my kidneys and at such times, the showing that the Circuit Court order passages of the kidney secretions be- ed the sheriff to pay It. came too frequent. This weakness Suo Pace vs. X. U. Pace. Suit for was particularly annoying during the night and I was often forced to arise divorce, custody of child, H00 all- several times. Learning of Doan's ony and $10 per mouth pending the Kidney Pills, I procured a box at action of the suit. Helm & Ellison's Drug Store and two Irene Branham vs Turner Bran-ham- . days after using the in I received reSuit for divorce and custody of lief. After I hod taken the contents child. Plaintiff alleges udandonment of the box, I was cured. I never lose an opportunity to recommend Doan's Solar Weathero vs. Will Weathers. Kidney Pills to other kidney sufferers Suit for divorce, and custody of a and shall always keep them in the child. Plaintiff alleges abandonment. house." May DavlB vs. Thos. Davis. Suit For sale by all dealers. Price EOc. for divorce, f 260 alimony. Foster-MllburCo., Buffalo, N. Y solo agents for tho United States. J. W. Hurst vs. Ed Gholson and Loo Rcmomber tho name Doan's and Carter. Suit for $372 for rent of a tako no othor. building In Fulton used by defendants as restaurant building. ship-wreck Tho Deocracy of Kentucky what Is It? What are we for? In the old days the Democratic-- party of Kenthe tucky was the people. Democratic party getting down to the guts of tho thing is composed of not over fifteen men. And the Republican party Is not much better off leaving out Its progressive element. Upon what rocks shall we The only hope for a safe landing Is a union of the so called "progressive" elements of the two parties. Something must be done, the old battleship "Kentucky" is leaking badly and the waves aro rolling high Murray Gazette. To-da- City Friday afternoon. Mrs. Myrtle Harpole, of California. It the guest of II. U Curlln aud fsm y. B. H. Prather and family were the A guests of Sunday. E. Wheeler and family Miss Luis Caldwell was the guest of Misses Cora and LurlU Burma Saturday. Mrs. Cato Davis Jr. and Mrs. P. Prather visited In Union City on day last week. W. Prayor Rev. Mrs. Artie Glldowcll, of Hortense, Tenn., is 111 at the homa of her father, N. D Logan. The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs C. Brasfleld recently and left a fine girl. Misses Minnie Deal and Emma and Ruth Burma spent a few days last week in Hickman few-Kar- Mens Odd Trousers Now is the time when you need an extra pair of light trousers. Owing to the unusual demand for extra trousers at this season of the year, I have just received a complete line, and the styles and quality shown are quite extraordinary. have them in full peg, semi-pe- g and the most conservative styles. 1 WRIGHTS ratetfP-- Holeproof Hosiery Co. vs. Lon Jones. Suit on an account amounting to f 220.35. J. W. Gregory vs. A. J. Burrow. A suit for $3000 for slander. Both of tho parties aro piano salesmen at Pal- ton, and plaintiff alleges In his petition that defendant told a customer of his, that ho (Gregory) had stolen a yoko of oxen In Mississippi, and also that "ho (Gregory) had been In Jail in Dyersburg, for trying to boat a board bill. Plaintiff sues for $1000 for causing tho loss of sales of his pianos Mllls-Gendr- Price $1.50 to $5.00 Come in and make your selection. Splendid offerings in mens suits, either blue serges or fancies. Hand Made Harness them at and $2000 damages to his character. Grocery Oholsen. iii m 1 lie II 11 ? 111 I 'r-- 11 1 m For any kind of furniture go to tho Hickman Furniture Co. Hickman Harness Co. Suit on an account of Co. vs. Ed IC2.3 " ., THE HICKMAN COURIER partment. "town WtlUm Ktntuikt jPEEH 4 SEXTON. Subscription Rates, LiUlhtfkv)" PUBLISHERS Deposits win bo received (On Free Trial, Delivered for tho postal savings on and nfur Juno 12th at tho Krnnkfort uoBtoillpn. I.lcuL Col. A. McLean Moffott. Free) ' $1.00 of arms prnctlco. filed per ytar his report small Adjt (Ion with Johnston, MORE TUXES FOB YEAR giving tho nnmos of officers aud on listed mon who qualified and aro entl tied to ((tinllflratlon badges ns exptrt riflemen, sharp shooters and marks-pie- n last year. STATETHIS Board of Assessment Renders Report to Auditor bOME INTERESTING FIGURES Total of Aiettment Keaches $846,. 454.020 Which Should Product $1,232,269 For State Revenue Farm Land at Attested $J34,0O0,OO0. In-- t Krnnkfort. At a rvwlt of reaaet lit aaaessiuents made by tho mate board of laluailuiis and muit, the slate will receive JSj.000 moru In taxes, according to the rwport made by Shenuaii Carver, secretary if tho board, to rrank I' James, statu auditor. The report shows tliut tho acuta! total attuiamuut ou all property In tho atalo this year it fSIG.Ill.-v)- . Tho total amount of taxes duo the ttato on thla will l. U.U1.Z90 The .totals of the equalized taluo of prti?ity given In by tho atauttort ron tain tho following figurvs: ' Amount of Bondt. Amount of bonda. ft.7IO.;T7; nntca by mortgages. ftc.0to,l?9; wWritl cash In hand, f6,l3,76; cnth on departs In bank, fl2.IM.llt. number of aflnt of land, 3I.3S3 6IS. talue of tweh tact with liupruvementa. fS.-78,75number of cNy town Uh. Ill,-92value of city town lota with ihi The killing of young Dotcom, who was killed after an altercation with Carter ou Lake, strout, noar tho A- The most beautiful o, merican Cafe, Is well remembered. from Fnclory to Mome for Tho trial was held in Clinton, in Hickman county, It account Wrile for catalogue ing thought that ouJury couldof not beGIFT TO COLLEQE. a be and particulars to found In this county. London. Miss Ivn Hello Uorelng Mr. Carter was confined lu the won the silver championship oup at C. R. K1ENER Hickman jail several weeks, aud will the tournament hold by tho girls' phyFactory Itepretonlntlve. sical education departmunt of Kenbe remembered as having started a tucky statu university. The cup Is In- 419 N. 6th St., PADUCAII, KY. fire In the Jail and creating considerscribed "Ilcst girl gymnast In able excitement. He also rapped State University." Miss Hlolso lailer Noonou in the face with lib Glntt, who won tho cup last )car, was fist while being brought from Fulton a close second. to Iflckman. A few years ago be wa INDICTED FOBUM FRAUD Ch'of of Police at Fulton. Catlettsburg. This has been desig Mr. Curler will, howevor, get a nated ns the site of a United States lottal savings bank to begin opera- MINNESOTA FEDERAL WARRANTS new trial. Judge Bugg admitting that tion June 19. he erred in giving instructions to the OUT FOR REALTY MEN. Jury. W. W Hryley. of Barbotirsvlllo, has been appointed assistant stafo labor Corporations With Washington Connsctlont Said to Be Involved In A regular morning operation of tho Inspector to succeed W. II. Green. Inducing Falte Swearing. bowels puts you In fine shape for tho day's work. If you miss It you feel Gov. Wlllson designated Judgo Fergus Falls, Minn., May 30. The uncomfortable and cannot put vim Snndldgo, of Itustollvllto, as tho spe- grand Jury lu the I'altwd States court Into your movements. For all bowel cial Judgo to tlnlth out tho proteut here completed the linostlgatlon of Irregularitloa HERHINE Is tho remedy term of tho HreV.onrldi;o circuit court the Indian laud fraud catos and It purlflos. strengthens and regulates. iioit weflk. brought lu a batch of Indictments. Prico 60c. Sold by Hickman Drug Co 5 Tb exact number wat not divulged. The trtons Indicted have not yet Mrs. C. M. Itlohardson and sou of been arrested. It Is said several real When you want your baby buggy Nashville ure the guwta of Mra. Holm state dnuleru of the White Barth seo Ed Alien. ou Troy Avenue. district are included In tbs rep-rese- Lexington. Tho annual contest of tho Kentucky Intercollegiate Oratorical association will bo held at Trunsyl-vnnluniversity. Tho winner of tho content each year Ih given a linmldomo gold medal. Mr. A. It Miller will Kentucky Welnynn and will speak on "Personal Liberty and Prohibition." fM BBBSHIS3fctiLJf'jJ S. A. NOnMAN, of Mayfleld, aa a candidate for Stato The Jury In he caso of Lee Carttor, Senate from tho district composed of tho counties of Graves, Fulton and who was boing tried at 'f tho action of 'iio Hickman, ' miton for murder, roturned u ver Democraticsubject to Election, on July Primary or guilty Friday, and fixed his punishment at 09 years In tho. state 1st, 1911. P nitrntlary. Carter wan on trial for the murder Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve of Frank Holcom, a young man or Good for all Skin Diseases. Wash., who was shot nnd o Stationery nnd blank hooka at Kiilrd by Cartor In tho latter part & French's. of January of this year In Fulton. Carter Gets 99 Years, We are authorized to announco We aro autborlr.oa to announce d' W. A. FROST, of Wingo, a candidate for the Stato Sonata from tho district composed of tho counties of Fulton, Hickman nnd Grnvcs, subject to the action of tho Democratic Primary Election, oa July 1st, 1911. SUTHERUHD'S EAGLE EYE SALVE Good for Nothing but the Eyes Standard garden seed of every de scrlption at Bottersworth & Pratbera. Fo-th- $500 Pi-nn- $225. Ken-tusk- y Casjughl 1V09 kiC E, Zlmmcrmia Co.N'o. 32 The Old Cabinet Maker says: There was a time when we used to put things in the cellar or the well to keep them cool, put nowadays we have minature ice houses, where we may store the eatables during the hot weather, from day to day. For one reason alone you can't afford to buy a poor one, for you pay the difference in price in the ice .you have to buy. When you get one from us, right here at home, people you know, you are bound to get the right kind. First, we don't handle any other kind, and even if we wanted to we couldn't afford to for just figure how much it would hurt us if we sold you an ice burner for a refrigerator. If you have one now that is using too much ice, what you save in a single season on the ice bill will buy you a good one. d f377.3iit.01fc' Thoroughbred Monet. Number of thoroughbred and stand- ard atalllont. C4W, value. f!9),Ti7; thoroughbred or standard voiding, 449; value. It 1.975; thoroughbred or atandard marcs In foal, 3.7(3; value. f JOI.190; stallions of eommon stock, 3,133; value, tllt.Ut; geldings, maret and colls of common atock. 3lti,37a; value, f21.09l.CI2; thoroughbred and standard bulls, MC; value. fI9.10l; thoroughbred or standard cuws and ralvea. 6.38; value. fl5C.S91. bulls, cows, calvea and atpora of common stock, CCI.3C3; value. H2.6SC.3t2; thorp, 616,177; valuo. I1.S50.C15; boss, l.OSt.209; value, t6.288.C35. Agricultural Implements. Value of agricultural Implements of all kinds, J2.393.7Sit. agricultural products alter deducting the valuo of crops grown. 11.331,396; wagons, carriages and vehicles of all kln.lt. f8.9GI.319; Implement and ma manufactured chtuory of all kinds fC.7tt.9lo; pianos and tnuMcal Instruments. ft.C67.CC8; libraries, 824; number of volumes, value. I388.CS7. Only 2,305 Diamonds. Number of diamonds. 2,305: value 1390,138; watches, clocks, etc.. ftsC-263- ; steam engines. Including bolters, f3.965.060; ateamboats and other va tei craft, 656; valuo. f391,819; mluural products. II37.71B; coal mines, oil, gas aud salt wells, fl.CH.GIC CS.-06- Thomas L. Hransfurd announce the HBKiueiit and approaching nutrrtaaw of their daughter. Margaret Hughs, to Mr. Iocke Fer- rvl Alexander on Wednecday evening, June 7. at 9 o'clock at Uitrtr residence Union City. Tnn. No oards. MhM Margaret visits In IMckmau frequently aud la well known hero, . If you have tho Itch, don't scratch Mr. and Mrs Frankfort will soon have n postal savings bank department In operation with Postmaster Ceo I. Harriet In charge. The pott office department has designated Frankford as ono of the few pottofllros In Kentucky to receive deposits for tho postal savings bank, Mlddlesboro Marilsonvllle aud s Loiilsvlllo being tho only other In this state so far designated, besldca Frankfort Postmaster Harncs has been directed to go to Princeton. Ind., and attend a school of Instruction thcru on June Gth and Cth, so as to become familiar with tho dutlet and work attendant upon 'ho postal savings do- post-ofllcc- Postal Savings Bank. It doo not euro tho trouble and tnokM th skin ble-Apply IIAIXAUD'.H SNOW UNI MUST Hub It In gently JUDGESAYS'NlGGfcR'lSBAD ou the effected parts It relieves Itching instantly and a few applica Georgia Court Threatens Debarment tions removes the cause thus perform- When Lawyert Ptritta In inc a permanent euro. Price Sfc.SOc Pronunciation. and fl.00 per bottle Sold by Hickman Drug Co. 5 Mncon. Mo., May 30. Judge Emory Speor of the United S'ute circuit court threatened Thorns II Felder, attorney gneral-elec- t of Uiorgla. with dlsbarmont in his court unlets he from describing the- - negro Partlea having wiring done, or mak- plaintiff In a peon ago casu as a "niging any changes lu tholr wlrltiK. ger." Finally Judge Spoor said: "Mr. Folmust have a permit from this company, u order that our recorda will der, dont' you think the future attor ney general of the ttato of Georgia show tho consumption. Tho reason for this Is obvious, aa can spare us this 'nigger, nigger, wo bavu transformers that rcduco tho Feldor replied hotoly: "I think I current, aud to overload ono of those know my duiles and rights as a lawwill tnoBii a burn-out- , onulllng' a con- yer, an American lawyer practicing In siderable loss to thla company. an American court." Any electrician tapping our lines Judge Spstir retorted: "You are exoi making a chango. without a per ceeding those right 4. and If you con mit, will bo Immediately prosecuted tlnue on this line and iuiltt upon using this language, which Is nothing but an to the fill lost extent of tho law. appeal to tho lowest raco prejudice. I HICKMAN ICB & COAJ. CO., will have to sever our relations not only In this case, but In all cases in J. T. Dillon, Mgr. this court" warrants hnvo been Issued and the mon Involved will be brought In by federal officers and arraigned this week The indictments are the result of a federal Investigation or the alleged fraudul 'lit transfer of Indian lands on the White Karth reservation under the Clupp bill permitting mixed bloods, as enrolled In tho federal lists, to dispone of their lands. Many It Is said, have been Induced to swear they were mixed bloods and dispose of their propjrty. ILL Henoh Commissioner's Sale, Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. Tho Exchange Bank of Mayflold, Ky . Plaintiff, against, R. R. Rogers, M L. Rogore and B. T. Davis, de- WARNING! nlg-ge- JPoafilpProfecwn Fire departments are necettary and save much property, but they cannot be rolled upon always. Although they may put out tho fire, water may do as much damage aa tho fire. Flro Insuranco protects you against the loss by fire as well as the lots by water damaQe. A fire Insuranco policy In a reliable company with a reputation for fair dealing ajid prompt-nes- s is your best protection. We rep resent only such companies. R. T. TYLER, Agent angel entered the The white-robeDEVICE homo of Mr. ond Mrs. Fred Moslorof FOG LATESJJVAR near Fish Cap Hill, on last Thursday Inventor Offers to Sell Patents to the tho l&lh, nnd claimed tholr daughter. United States to Enable It Zula. Shu had boen sick but a to Fool the Enemy. aged IB years, 6 months and 30. Archibald Washington, Muy 24 days. Death was duo to milk sick Watklns, who describes hlmswlf as "an experienced lu enter," has offered to sell to tho government a dirigible fog Children that are affected by worms to be used In case of war for tho uro pale and sickly aud llablo to conof confounding au uiiemy. tract tomo fatal disease WHITE'S Watklns offered the patents for CRKAM VERMIFUGE oxpols worms handling tho fog to Postmaster Genpromptly nnd puts the child on the ho 26c per bottle. eral Hitchcock becuutc, he said, road to health. Price understood that Piesldent Tnft had 5 Drug Co. Sold by Hickman moro faith In tho Judgment of his general than in any othor cab-- I Flro of au unknown origin totally not officer. Watktna said that by tho uso of destroyed two of tho largest tobacco warehouses in Western Kentucky at his patent fogs could be controlled case of an attempted Paducnh early Friday morning. In wits ease and, In by land, water or lu Invasion, etthor s addition to this, two handsome an alrtblp, the fog could bo sont out wero also partly wrecked. Tho to turround tho onomy and koop him loss Is estimated at approximately hopleiily tloundorliig in the dork. flOO.000 Tho flro stnrted in the A. Mormons Atk a Million. J Campbell warehouse This leaves , New Orleans, May 30. Joseph Smith Hickman with tho largest wnrehuso lu Western Kentucky tho Mengcl of Salt Laku City, just arrived from Mexico, departed for Washington to Box Co, Warehouse. seek government aid in obtaining f Indemnity from tho Mexican Edward Ome, 66 years old, of government for damages dono to MorArk., a veteran of tho army, la missing, and Ids mon settlors In tho Moxican revolution. friends aro apprehensive. Orno left his home to attend tho rounlon at Ammonia Fumes Kill Workmsn. Llttlo Rock, Ark., nnd Journeyed on Columbus. O.. May SO. Edwin L to Memphis, and traco of tho old Hopkins was killed by ammonia fumes when a bolt of lightning caused the was lost thcro. tank In an Ice explosion of a WANTED: Rellnblo onergctlc man planL Jlorry Miller nnd John Thomas, to sell lubricating oils greases and working with him, wero overcome, but paints In Fulton and adjacent coun- were rescued, au'd will rocovor. ties. Salary or commission. Stetson lp Oil Co., Clovoland, Ohio. Sonator Bob Taylor of Tennessee Donny P Smith of Cadiz has Is quoted as saying to a St. Louis withdrawn from tho raco for Attor- Republic reporter, "Champ Clark wlU bo. Ihu liuxt President" ney General of Kentucky. d fow-dayspur-pot- s post-mattrusl-onccso-dl- fendants Equity By vlrtuo of a Judgment and Order of Sato of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at tho May torm thereof, 1011, INCORPORATED In tho abovo cause for tho tho sum of Five Hundred and fivo Dollars, with UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office. per cent Interest at tho rato of day of annum from tho , 1U1 until paid, and costs heroin, I shall proceed to offer for salo at tho Court Houso door In Hickman, Ky., to tho highest blddor 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 tho following described property, Tho southeast quarter of Section 21, T. 2, R. C West, It being tho land convejed by H. F. Romloy ct nl to It. R. Itogors nnd wife, M. L. Rogers, on tho 4th day of Foby., 1908, and Is recorded In DB No. 27, page 2S8, In the 'Fulton County Clerk's offlco. Or sufflciont thereof to produco tho sums of monoy bo ordered to bo mado For tho purchaso price, tho purchas er with approved security or securities must executo Bond, bearing legal InOwner has other business opportunities and will sell this place at terest from Uio day of salo until paid much less than it Is worth. It can be had with buildings, stock, farming and having tho forco and effect of a Implements and poultry already on It. Judgment, Bidders will be prcparod to comply promptly with those terms. Two residences on place, In only moderate repair, but two good J. It. MILKER, Com'r. barns, ono 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 place In cutlvaltlon; produces 60 bushels corn, a bale of cotton per acre, Commissioner's Sale. also alfalfa, oats, wheat, potatoes and all other crops of this section. A fine stock farm, now stocked with registered hogs of three kinds, live stock and about 200 chickens, guineas, etc., which may be bought with Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. Laura B. Hodges et al Plaintiff, place. All under good American wire fence, but cutsldo Is a range of Samuel A. Gougcr ct al, De- 6,000 acres for stock. Three good wells and pumps on farm. fendant. Equity. Land Is next to rlvcr, but Is being added to yearly by river deposBy vlrtuo of a Judgment and Order its. No better soil under the sun. Place will stand any kind of Investiof salo of Fulton Circuit Court, rendor cd at tho May term thereof, 1911, gation you may care to make. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. lH-- Who'll Take 'er? Fine Bottom Farm of 156 Acres Well Improved, Already Stocked t. For Only $35 an Acre In tho abovo causo, for tho sum of This is an extremely low price, as low as sny unimproved land, Four Hundred aud ten aud hut absolutely nothing wrong with the farm or its title. Makes a good Dollars with Interest at tho rato of Inper cent per annum from tho day crop every year. If you want either a Fulton county farm or a good of 191 until paid and costs hero- vestment, It will pay you to buy this place. in, I shall proceed to offer for sale at tho Court Houso door In Hickman, Kentucky, to tho highest bidder at PUBLIC AUCTION, on tho 12th day of June, 1911, nt 11 o'clock a. m., or thereabout (bolng County Court dny) upon a credit of six months, tho following described property, Hickman Vicinity Lots Nos. 370, 371,-nn- d 372 known and designated as such lots on tho plan, map or chart of West Hickman, Ky., seo will of Samuel II. Gougcr, deceased, recorded In Will Book No. 1 pago 3C4 (for R. F. D. only) Fultou County, Ky., records. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of monoy so ordered to bo mado. For tho purchaso price, tho purchaser, with approved security or securities, must executo Bond, bearing legal Interest from tho day of solo until paid and having tho forco ' and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will bo prepared to comply promptly with theso terms. J. R. MILNER. Master Commissioner. 0 The Hickman Courier to-wl- t; if Daily Commercial Appeal and Hickman Courier Both one year for 1 - OOi 1 1 J&' 'V ww fW iMP'v REASONABLE RESTRAINT Brighten Up ! VERNICOL reproduces the colors and effects of hard woods. It Is not affected by heat or cold, soap or water, and when used on floors does not show heel marks. It Is designed for finish on FLOOR8, hard or soft wood, old or new, In good or bad condition, paint ed or natural. It Is a very durable, attractive and economical floor finish. Nothing wears better. WOODWORK new or old, of hard or soft wood. It makes the woodwork part of the color scheme of the room. It covers the bad painting an renews finish that has been marred or worn. It Is a great Improvement for kitchen wainscoting, refrigerators, kitchen sinks, bath rooms, Ac FURNITURE. and beauty. It helps to harmonlxe M ssssssssswAk V NEW STRAW HATS l I &ci'ii5.-5Sl- r.i SWELL SHIRT STYLES Y I I E? lJ.f? nsrfsBsfrrBBH Mssssf MtKsssiw J5 tBv F wtV&JsiBtaM rffwA JtOsEk g5Z7 TsssBssV E fSj I Ji Ji M " 1 Pr IF if Ptr!!? kSIsIp Every New Shape, Block and Weave will he found in our hat section. Nothing desirable has been overlooked. A style for every face. A price for every purse. With the Eclipse carrying the banner, our shirt showing is a procession of styles that embraces everything desirable. The newest and choicest patterns, many of them exclusive with us, the best styles and the right prices combine to invite your the furniture and decorations, renews old articles, giving them new life Seasonable Underwear Ths Big Fellow If Cowgill's Drug Store. ft TIME TABLE C, M. . G. R. R. (Effective June 4, 1911) Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Leave Hickman Dyersburg Hickman Dyersburg Dyersburg Arrlre Hickman Leave Dyersburg Arrive Hickman G 30 a. ra. S:20 a. m. 2.00 p. m. 6:00 p. ni. 9:00 a. ni. 12:00 noon 0:30 p. in. 8:30 p. in. Ths Little Fellow can catch him, this will ba reasonable restraint. If ha catches ma, this will ba unreasonable restraint. I weight and the right sort. Opinions differ as to what is the "right sort," but whatever your personal opinion may be, we can satisfy you. Drop in and have a look. 31;" & See our line of wall paper. French. W. VMhe Arkan- Oscar Salmon was In Tlptonville. Tuesday. A. P. Thurmond was hero from ersburg, Tenn. Dy- J. returned from sas Sunday Screen doors aud fixtures at Orvls Sullivan left for Mayfleld nolds Moss & Co. Saturday night to visit home folks. We Rey- H. E. Curlln spont Sunday with his furnish your home complete. St. Louis Furnishing Co. sells it for parents nt Woodland Mills. less. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn and children, of O. M. ROSS, Agent. Mlsa Estelle Itenoau left Friday Dorona, were here Saturday. night for St. Louts to spend tho sum-i- n J F. Leo was here from Donaldor. son Point, Mo, first of the week. Joe Everly, of Wolf Island, was In town Monday on business. Mrs. F. M. Ryan has returned from C. L. Walker and Dr. L P. Ualtxe'r a towboat trip with Capt. Ryan to Mrs Kate Smith Is spending a few Kent to Donaldson Point, Sunday on Craig, Tenn. days In Nasbvlle this week. the Mangel tug. A few dollars down and a little W. E. Richardson returned Friday Cashier W. C. Reed and Lon Nay-lo- r, and you can soon own a to Nashville after visiting Mrs. Helm Jr , went to Louisville Saturday each month M. B. Shaw. tfo Lome. See night. and family ou Troy Avenue. Rev. W. L. King will preach at Dr. and Mrs. McDermott, of ClinThis Is "wall paper" time. Let us show you the prettiest Hue you ever Spring Valley Church, the first Sun- ton, were here Friday the guest ot O. day In June. Everybody invited. C. Smith and wife. Mrs. McDermott saw. Fetbe & French. Is a nelce of Mr. Smith. Miss Lillian Choato is expected to Misses Lizzie and Mamie Pickett, Remember If you have surplus prowho have been attending school here, arrive home Saturday from school at College, Lynchburg, duce or auythlug to sell, or want to have returned to their home near Rnndolph-MacoVa. buy anything, our want columu will Dorena do the work. Only lo a word. Robt. MoDanlel, of Protemus, Tenn. The size, fit and workmanship of Tom French left Friday night for the Pin Check pants are guaranteed. was the guest of Mrs. Oscar Salmon Refund your money or replace the and other Hickman relatives labt Louisville to see the ball game beHe garment If they are not up to the week. tween Minneapolis and guarantee. H. E. Curlln. wont from there to Roanoke, Va , to We have a tew Hickman Souvenir visit his sister, Mrs. Archer Boogbei Miss M. Williamson and Mrs. Jab. Enveloped loft. The set of 'three WANTED: To buy 6000 coupons Wheat, of LoulsUUe, who participate shows 1C views. You can get them en in the graduating exercises of at 10c a package (24 envelopes), at from "Everybody's" coffees, baking Hickman College, were the guests ot this office while they last. They are powders, extracts, teas and apices, In C L. Walker and wife while here. Just as cheap aa blank ones, and nre Iota of 26 or more. Highest cash prico They left Friday for Mengelwood, be- the thing to send your friends away paid. Apply In writing to Box 75, 4c fore returning to Louisville. Bardwell, Ky. from Hickman. n DIAZ NEPHEW TO ASSIST With Thro Thousand Troop, Kin sf Awaits Word ths From Havana Ecclesiastical Party Roady to Support. Mexico City, May SO. A counUr revolution that threatenta to tact for heavier total in human life than the Madtrlst uprising Is gathering in ths southern extremity of Mexlvo, accord ins to private and official advices re ceived here from various sources. With 3,000 well armed men under him, Fsllx Diaz, a nephuw of ths ab dicated preatdent Pornrio Dlax, Is patrolling the state of Oaxaca. oslenti bly keeplUK order and pultlnr down anarchy In reality, hownver, Felix Diaz's soldiers are said to b the nucleus of an army which will proclaim Oen. Bernardo Reyes preslduuL Reyes Ready to Aid, General Reyes la said to be ready to thrown his Influence and fortune with the Felix Dlax uprising and to take personal command of the army And behind Diaz and Qoneral Rees looms up the supporting figure of the former president ot tho republic Pornrio Diaz himself, who, according to reports, will lend his prestige and fortune to the task of making Reyes bis successor as dictator of the republic. The powerful ecclesiastical party In Mexico Is also said to be ready to support the Reyes movement There aro two other mensclng phases ot the chaotic state which exists throughout Mexico One Is the possibility of an open break between Oen Francisco I Madero and Provisional president Do la Harra because ot what Dv la Harra views as the assumption to premrne authority hi the ItiBUrrecto lender, the second Is the dlicovory of n plot against tho life of Madero nud the cliarKe that It has been promoted by some of the wealthiest men In Mexico These men It Is said may be driven by the retell tlons of the plot to support the Reyes revo'utlon. lllcluuitu Ilaptist Church SunJs. June 4th There will bo Iho usa u Sunday School at lu a services in. preach lii at II o clock and a' K Kvr member of the rhur a MUs Marie llretard, who has bnn o'clock tilting Mia McCrttw, lu Uadt-n- . U urged to be present We eit-i- .J Tenn . Blue her return from l.ltils a cardial Invitation to the publu t. Spurgrou W in Rock, had tht misfortune Krfday of attend our Mrrlce Paster Mb ri. KettliiK her left wrist brakeu Marie and MIm MeCraw had started Coruian Vance Btit to Union T to Maton. Tenn . In a buey to Ret o Monday to attend lb fuueral of b train for Arlington. Tenn , lo sfmud aunt the day. when, as they drove out, the horse shltd and turned the buggy Mrs Mary l.lgon returned to Union over Miss Marie's arm was broken In City. Thursday, after an extended m the wrist, and although Mis McCran It lo her father. J. J C. Houdurant suffered no broken bunea. she waa badly bruised and It was feared she A Memphis wait Injured Internally 2 specialist oji oallsd and both are Kettlnt; along nUiely MIm Marie Is expected homo In a few days. Sweet Potato Slips Miss Brevard Hurt, For Sale Louis JoncH went to Craig, Tenn, Saturday, where he will have charge of the construction work solus on there for the Mangel llox Co. We are authorized to announce THOa. 8. RHEA a candidate for the office of Stale Treasurer, subject to the action ot the Democratic primary, July lat Old Time Yams and Queens Leave orders with H. IL Curlin, Hickman, or phone or write M. L. Ctiilin, Woodland Mills, Tenn. . Urtier Krccivo Prompt Attention. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. TJXrr)ER.TAK.ER.8 20 Phone II 11 LbSt' BTbsbW Jffi'XjJIm&i 1 "V 4 '"1e" tJsTTvi'l(t'f jssssssssT -- " " r ss'MsT ttZ jgsP' aMiKn II 11 FIRST EXCURSION Sunday, June 41b 03J ACID DOSE KILLS NURSE II II II ssssssBBBBsV BBaBBasHPBar TV " jBsSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSsW,B,'!?'i"fe;.- BP frfr . If7if --", '1)IMHbBbB IHWbMbsbsbsLssissB II II Mrs. Adelaide Hunt, Former Trained Nurse, Drinks Poison by Mistake In Her Home. Bt. Iviuls. KHUnf.. ff rTsli ""ri-'ZKT'l v fiBmBAJvt' jf'agTa Ajyc. .3fttsfcas?'.'- - Ji LflW n. 1' "1 f . cUBbH lj II Miles East of Hickman. DODDS & DeBOW -- BREEDERS O- F- Maj 30 A mistake acalnst which she probably hnd been cautioned hundreds ot limes whllo stud)liiK to become u trained nurse caused the death of Mm. Adululdu Hunt of 63 Lockwood aemio, when she drunk carbolic acid, mistaking it fur other medicine. Mrs Hunt had been sllglly ill for soveral months. Medicine prescribed for her w as on a shelf In a dark room. Uy mistake she seized the wrong bottle and poured two ounces In a tumbler and drank tho contents. Her screams brought her husband to her aid. Sho was dead beforo phy III sicians reached the homo. Tennessee Bankers Meet. Nashvillo, Tenn., May 30. Tho o Dankcra' association begun Its twenty-firs- t annual convention in Nashvillo with a large and rcprcsontntlvo attendance. Tho sessions will last two days. John Perrln of Indianapolis and William Livlngatono of Detroit will address tho convention. Ten-noasc- C. M. .5: Q. R. R. TlO (Hickman's New Railroad) HICKMAN DYERSBURG The rate will be Fare One Way for the Round Trip Kentucky Saddle Horses Red Polled Cattle, Large Bone Berkshire Hogs. Stock For Sale at All Times. Hickman, - Kentucky Dies From Result of Fall. Ill Evnnsvlllo, Ind., May 30. Louis A. Woichcl, a wealthy sheet iron manufacturer, aged 4C years, died of blood polsoninn caused by a fnll from a r a fow days ago. Ho is survived by a family of thrco. lad-do- $2.10 Leave Hickman at Leave Dyersburg at S. G. LATTA, Prest. James Cunningham, of Union City, was hero Sunday tho guest of Miss Lucllo Bondurant, .... ... 7:00 a.m. 5:30 p. m. G. M. ROSS, Agent. iu Passenger The Service Mary McGaleb. The remains of Mrs. Mory McCalob, wife of J J McCalob, who died nt an Infmnary In Nashvlllo Monday, were brought to this city Wednesday evening and carried to Deuloh yester day for Interment. She had not enjoyed good health for somo months and went to Naah-vill- e for treatment, suffering with a brain trouble The family for a long number of years lived In this county near Mount Zlon, and eight ears ago moved to Shady Grove, in Hickman county Mrs McCalub was CO years of ago and leaves a husband and flvo chil- 1 dren, nil daughters Miss Delia and Mrs F Smith, of Shady Grove, Ky; Mrs C. L. Andrews, of this city, Mrs. Elmore Inman, of Hickman, and Mrs. John Crittenden, of Halls. Union City Commercial. Mrs. Sam Salmon and daughter, Miss Stella, were in Paducah Monday S 7&r, fvaEr-i.U'sJ.J'- Railroad Company, which was recently built Into Hickman, will begin tholr regular paason-kv- r service noxt Sunday. JJlaewhcre lu thla Usue will be found Uie official time uaid of the new Bysteui. &O C.M sKWSIB I nX mi.1 s . ?"Wi 9 '"flHsW .: Use why Harvest Time is Painting Time. Sherwin-JVilliam- " jjPrisssssssstsSVk m S J-!- . i- -v. )TArta bank i' " I ACCOUNT TODAY CtlllkllV t ZlHIIBUU 1. TlokoU will bo on solo at the temporary depot In Woat Hickman. On Oils road am 14 stations including Hickman and Dyersburg, which are the present terminals. Many of theno atutloim uro newly named and have been uruated by tho building of the road, hence uro practically unknown. Starting from Hick man, they come In the following order Hickman. Owens. Paint, There Prepared, Harvest time the fall is a splendid painting time. Heresre afrw rnon Is likely to be less moisture !n the lumber. Moisture often causes blistering, cracking and like troubles. The weather is settled and spring rains will not interfere. You will protect your property against winter's snows and s'orms. S. W. P. cents less by the lob than any other prepared paint or lead and nil. It covers more, wears longerand looks better is more economical. S. V. P. is the best because it is made from the highest quality materials by the most improved methods of manufacture. Youwillavoidlhelois and annoyance caused bv gnats, flies, and other insects sticking to the surface. I MONEY once spent is gone from you, and can only be acquired again by labor or effort, but money in the bank will work for you day and night till it reaches the point where it even doubles itself. Time passes rapidly and money in the bank grows ail the time. The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. Judco Naylor dm Monday. Ledford. . Bondurant. Tyler. Phllllpy, Tenn. Wrights, Tonn. Proctor City, Tenn. Tlptonvllle, Tenn. Wynnburg, Tenn. Illdgloy, Tonn. Mlnonk, Tonn. Mlston, Tenn. Lonox, Tenn. Flnley, Tenn. Dyersburg, Tenn. Sam Salmou was In Cairo last wccU on buslnoss. Mrs. G. li. Holm and Mrs. J. 0. Ellison were in Union City yesterday. Hickman Hdw. Company Incorporated MAXIMS OF MAXIMILIAN. Good News. I havo received from the Statu Treasurer, tho money duo tho Grand and Petit Jurors for the May term, 1911, of Fulton Circuit Court, and Ju- Senator Dob Taylor, of Tennessco, la quoted at saying to a St. Louis Republic reportor, "Champ Clark will be the noxt President " and yet not be entirely devoid of ola. n A man may bo down on bis uppers, i i va In Pulton ou bual Mtai Marcuorlto Fuqua al hours Id Unlen City ywday. piit sever- our Hh of ornaDon't full to mental t(xk aud hitice. Something new -- something ntoe Reynolds Mos m k Co The Adjutant Urneral of Kentucky lit compiled a Hit of SpanlshAinorl-caar vetran who aru entitled to tack pay This IUI la too loiiglhy to leprlot. but ail lntrt'slcd may me It at thla office Ror. li J. Gelwr li In Louisville Wo furnish your homo complete thl vmk attending Osneral Coun- St. Louis Furnishing Co. sells it for cil of tho Episcopal Cliurcb. Ha loos. to return Saturday. Mrs" T. K. Reynolds left Wednosda Wnddlnga at Pullon. Sunday: Al for Union City, where she will spend bert Johnson and Mlia LuU Cltorry, the remainder of the week with rela of Murray. Ky; Geo W Norman and tive MIm Hula MulHna. of Wlngo, Ky; D. M It will at least be refreshing to WtllU and MtM Opal Harden, of Fulcrum Ky, I. I. Crittenden, of learn that In Canada, along tho north MeConnetl. and Mia H I. Holllman.j boundary of the United States, au snow fell Tuesday and Canadians of Potts vtlle. Ky. V I) Dowdy and Ml a Bdna Taylor, of Uardwcll. Ky. aro slelgh-rldlnthis week. It might Oxilo Ilyrd and Miss uru Johnson, of be added, too. that Canada's wheat Ma) field. Ky crop was greatly damaged g It is difficult to retain our you have surplus pro- away. when somebody Is giving us Remember if duce or anything to sell, or want to buy anything, our want column will There Is nothing so potent to stfr do tho work. Only lo a word. spoon with a the heart aa a first-clas- s pretty girl. In order to clear for themselves a baseball ground a crowd of boys The Itch for office Is never assuaged w rocked a cemetery in Brockton, by scratching tho candldato who suffers from It. Mass, and carted away sixty headstones and monuments of distinguishThe trouble with troublo is that II ed persons. hasn't enough exits for use In case of Mrs. T. A. Stark, formerly of Now-ber- moro trouble. Tenn., has Joined her husband Tho at Hickman, and will make thla tholr crullersoptimist Is tho man 'who makes out of tho dough future home. They will resldo on tho hole in the doughnut. taken from Troy avenue. Wo are glad Mrs. Stark Is here to look after tho Colonel. The man who has no Ideas to express in his own tonguo wastes his Edward Orne, 66 years old, of time in studying foreign languages. Ark., a veteran of the Confederate army. Is missing, and his If absenco makes tho heart grow friends are approhonslvo Orno left fonder, a good cure for a flirt would his home to attend the reunion at Lit- probably lie In the line of abMnt tle Rock, and Journeyed on to Mem- treatment Judge. phis and trace of the old soldier waa lost there Tuesday was Decoration Day. n, e. living nearer Fulton can get their money by calling at the City National bank, and thoso nearer Hickman can call at my office. rors J. W. MORRTS, Trustoo Jury Fund. A fow dollars down and a little each month and you can soon own a tfo homo. See M. D. Shaw. A boy at Exotcr, Ky., kicked over a bco hire, Just to boo the "bocs buzz about." The doctors think he has' a chanco to recover. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. L. Dransford an S nounco tho engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Margaret Hughes, to Mr. Locko Forrell Alexander on Wednesday evening, June 7, at 9 o'clock at tholr residence in Union City. No cards. Mlsa Margaret visits in Hickman frequently and Is well known hero. sssH ssssl I bssssB ssssssfl F'o r Everything, S ee I sassH H. E. CURLIN News From Mable, Lea titokor vUlted lu Medley last Sunday. Holllu Huiidt-rsohis iimw homu. bao moved Into AT THE BALL Marriage Licenses tOO Degrees in the Shade I Tho following woro granted license to marry In Obion County last week: Want Underwear in a Httrty Then you're in the right mood to appreciate the quick service of our underwear section. Right now we're showing more good kinds of underwear than ever and we've always shown the most. The Standard Balbriggan Porous Knit Underwear B. V. D. Misses Nuunle aud lvoy Tankcrnley vUItcd Ihu Mlsbca Hotter Suuday. Medloy U boomlug. Wo itipcct to have a now ttciiool houuo for thu fall term of school, Mrs. J. W. Pureed, of Warren, Ark. haa been visiting her daughter, Mr A. II. Henderson. Mrs. W. L. Grcon, of Nashvlllo, formerly of Hickman, la visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henderson. A number of our young pcoplo tended an ico croam supper at ono night lost week. atDc-ro- Everett and Sadyo Thompson. Ellas Crawson and Lena Permentcr. Silas Jackson and Ida Williams. Hanncr Portor and Ida Williams. Thos. Edmlnlsor and Mlnnlo Kclaer, R. L. Stephens and Dora Lynch. P. J. Sullivan and L. M. Wynne. J. O. Golns and Lottlo Hoflln. Wllllo Morris and Mary Armstrong, B. E. Real Estate . 50c 50c 50c and 1.00 50c M. B. Shaw to J. R. Brown, lota in Honry Addition, $100. 199 nn Underwear Mrs. Claudo Wright and chlldron and Mlsa LoUlo McClollan visited rolatlvoo at Medloy Sunday. Wo aro having unusually warm woathor for thla tlmo of year and our crops aro sufforlne for rain. Ho Did that old man apologise when he stopped on your train? 8h No. Ho told mo that my gown was entirely too long. Scrivens' Elastic Seam Drawers, a pair Union Suits, several kinds Avoo Journoy to J. J. Freeman, Iota and 200 Id East Hickman, $750. Sco our line of wall paper. 1.00 & A. H. Hcndoraon visited relatives Ky., tho woll In Nashvlllo recently, returning by formerly of Columbus, proprietor of a string of grotho way of Fulton, Clinton and known cery atoroa, shot himself Saturday afCharleston. ternoon about C o'clock whllo hand' ling a revolver. Mcmbors of his famUsual services at tho Mothodlst ily stato that It waa an nccldcnt. Tho bullot Btruck him In tho head, Church noxt Sunday. but tho attondlng physician ntatcs This Is "wall paper" tlmo. Lot us Is not nocosaarlly show you tho prettiest lino you over that tho wound Duko C. Dowers, of Memphis, but Now that you've shed your vest, maybe more good shirts are wanted. Nothing better than our "Wilson Bros." brand. Any style you want, at any price you like to $1.00 to $3.00 pay, French. Fthe Rey- Screen doors "and fixtures at nolds Moss & Co. will meet A Tho Daughters of the Confederacy at Mrs. Magglo Randlo's on Tuesday afternoon. resolution calling on federal authorities olthcr to remove tho sta-tu- o of Robort E. Leo from tho hall of famo at Washington or abandon tho hall was unanimously adopted at tho concluding session of tho thirty-sevent- h annual encampment of the Indian Department, Grand Army of tho Republic at Richmond, Ind. J saw. Fotho & French. C 7l uvmmvAAmAmmm Good Work : ; : ; ; ; : : : : : : : ., j The Courier's Weekly Sermon T, -lly I'ASTUK III ShKLI. VT t Ky. Lump Coal A ASCENDED UP ON HIGH WHERE HE WAS BEFORE How Ho Led a The Everything You Want MajaWaaftdla1aBaMaMaamBaa and Small Bills make every man for whom we work an advertiser for our plumbing. They would make one of you, too, if you would give us a chance to show what we can do. How about a new sanitary bath room? Don't you think it's about time you had one? People talk about such things you know. : : ; ; : ; ; ; Rfl TilIU A Ton Grocery Snow Flake Flour. Best Meats in the city, fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Hcinz's, 57 varieties. Multitude : : : of Let me save you money on your coal. Captives, ; STAHR STEVE PHONES BOTH Im- i ; : ; ; : : : : : : What the Ascension of Jesus plied For Himself and For the World. May 21. -cle : : : Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. Jo. 73 A WINTER NIGHT. : : : : taaaaaaaaaaaaaaai. aaiaaaaaS Brooklyn Tabernapreached here twice today to largo and uttentlvu audiences. We report Pastor Russell of the Bnltlmoro. ltd., one of his dis- Both Phones NMMMMMMMM3HM s r. courses from tbo text, "When He as- -' ceuded up ou high no led a multitude of captives" (Epbe-slau- s Iv. resents the ascension of Jesus from the part lily plane to the heavenly a the triumph of n great Conqueror. Sin bad gained ascendency over Adam nnd Ills race, mul Imil brought mankind low to ttie dust, mentally, morally and phvially. Moreover, this victory iitir man had been gullied lu a legal manner through one man's disobedient i Unmans v, I'.') The Ixyoi divested Himself or His glory ou the spirit plane, was made tlesh. fulfilled the of the Imw proved Himself coiiiH'teut to my the sinners' ransom-lrire- . and gave Himself a ransom for tll "to bo testltled In due time" ll Tim- great Conqueror Is seen to the heavenly stale, nislnlm-e- l li life HeaveNly and follow lug lin far down the centuries, the ppipheite view saw. Ilrst the I'hiirch th- - "Itoyal I'rtositlioiNl.'' "Ills breth 11 Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74: iltllX 11 III Ttitis the In this week occurs the anniversary of Jesus' iiscoiibIou In one neuse of When the Are roan up the chlmnty the word our Lord ascended (that Is, ; And . ivi . r i '. tx ( And the wlndi of winter blow. i m p from humnii nnture mul the tomb, to r the scent of life's sweet morula the divine nnture nud Immortality) at in " "Ills llrhle." delivered fmni the Recalls the long ago. Attorney-at-Lu- w the time of ills resurrection from tho linner of slu ami ilfitih. tlirongh the ,; And fancy's sprites nrs building Dream castles In the blaxe. And these were de;id. He tarried, however, for forty nierii of Ills '', Notary Public We'll hear soft voices singing and Inn the drsi pon nf a followine host days, with the AK)iles for their The songs of othsr days. a kJn.l of Hrst fruits to C,o,l nf Uls nud instruction Ho on , When the flames are slowly fading' Will practice in all Courts rcMlinvs." rwrutsl fmwi sin a ml from the spirit plane. Invisible to them, ex no more they brlirhtlv lean cept when He manifested Himself by diiih tJaiaiM I. 1: lie vela il..n xlv. si I of the State. And weary eyes are turnlnir I nter on. sirflclilnc dnwii for a th u To the poppy realm of sleeo. appearing miraculously in various , ; The world may crack and groan beaeaia forms to convince them AxioK iiil ers lMyni the CliHrrh's deltv that Ho waa no jne weight of winter's hand. r.ni. e the prMjitH'tti' sn forlells longer deceased, nnd also that Ho waa e ti ioiiow rar where rosea are. oniiilew lHts of evwyiHtln. eople The road to Blumberlandl no longer cuutliicd to human conditions. Office with ;! In delivered ami ton "Flsth and Blood Cannot Inhtrlt the khilnst - Kw-- axe. to fr.nii Umof sin ahI death Judge B. T. Davis J; ; Kingdom of God." His Choice. tin "H.h the merit of Mini Wl.o died We are not. however, to suppose for Teg." said the specialist, aa ha tie Just for itie uujust " Now the atood at the bodslde of the miser mil a moment Hint Jesus a flesh'iivlor of tbe Cliurrh. Ills llrtde He ly or human belui;; we remember, on llonalro, "I can cure you." .il shortly he the Savior of the world "But what will It coatr came fee-bl- y Hie contrary, that "ilesh aud blood can its lirent K'nt. (treat Teachw Hreat uot iiilu-rl- t from the Upa of the alck man. the Klnpdom of God." and l'ii 5rDnrlng the MiNllator The specialist made a swift men- that "He was put to death in tho tl'ii-.iml ears of Ills rHpn Satan will tal calculation. "Ninety-fir- e but (julcki'iusl in the spirit," and lie dollars," i.ound. IgNoi-a. KELLY e awl Mtcrtltlon was his answer. Unit thenceforth, as tho Apostle desli iii 'HNome Aatteml Iwfnrr the light "Can't you shade your figure a lit clares. "The Lord la that Spirit" (II f the New lHiensatiN maii'alud Attorney t-Law tler- - walled the other. "The nnder-taker'- s Corinthians III. 17). Is- - tipiirtisi in ii hunau iwrfe-lloTo supose Hint Jemis went to heavbid la much leaa." Lipptn ni. I t.le(sl with an ran hly IMrii all Kentucky Clinton, en a man Is to mistake tho significance icott'a. of Ills title. The Son of Man, which lit as lost y Adaiti ami redeemed Orx.Unlh of K fttt to ChrillUnlh. He maintains, as identifying Him with ' r man llinmirli the death of Jesus. I lieu will Then Silence Reigned. ctmie the glorious eoiisum His great redemptive wor.k as one of The boy terror waa In erldence His many titles. To aupjioso that m ition when all who will have Divine grace shall Iwvp lieen His parents had Invited some Jesus Is a human Itelng In heaven In the Second Death then 'friends to dine, among them belns would lo to Hiipimse thnt Ho Is still his sister's beau, who took the incor- ns when In the flesh, "a little lower shall be henrd every creature In heavrigible on bis knee. thnn the uiicels." whereas the Scrip- en and on earth and under the earth During a lull In the conversation tures ileelnrv thnt He tins ascended far saying, "Olory to Ood In the Highest." the young hopeful suddenly yelled so Hint nil the angels of God, -- ASK FOR RATES- I out: aa well as men. are commanded to "Mr. Brown, Is I aa heavy as sla worship Him To suppose Jesus in Get the Best ter heaven n human being would be to For all akin troubles, ulcers, eczema. W. J. McMURRY But no one seemed to hear himl siipMse Him out of all harmony with chaps, black heads, pimples and all er Attornay-at-Laheavenly, spiritual conditions nnd uptions, use Ur. Bella' Antiseptic Office la Davis Building on corner. Halve and you get the best. We guar Not Hard to Bear. Hickman, Ky. Moreover, are we not told that the autoo It. L'&c a box everywhere 8 Great Author (who sells by subscripf'liurcli of Christ will be chnnged from tion) So you are a book agent, eh? I the human to the spirit condition In OR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. presume you meet with a good deal (he resurrection, nnd thnt this chnnge ' Dentist 'of 111 treatment. Gunner Yes, that man trembles will tiutke the "elect of Ood" like their Agent Yes, every day. so thnt they may nee Him when ho thinks of tbo possibility of Davidson's old stand. Phone No. t. "I don't see how you stand It." ns.He U, not as He was that they regular air liners crossing the ocean. Hickman, Ky. "Well, you see, I know It lant be- limy see Him In glory, honor nnd Ouyer Head of some steamship cause folks dislike me personally.. It'a exultation, and not as tho company, eh? because they have such a contempt humiliated One Who was made fltth HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Gunner No, manufacturer of seafor the books." Now York Weekly. thnt He might sacrifice His flesh on sick remedies. Funeral Directors and Embalmera. mmfs behalf' When wo so thought we forgot the Scriptural declaration Phone 20, day or night Had Done It, Too. Incidental Expenses at College. thnt "tlesh and blood cannot Inherit Hickman, Ky. "Seems to rne you nood a good deal Knlcker Banking Interests some- the Kingdom of tlod " ef expense money, my son." times buy what thoy don't want, to A Multitude of Captlvss. "Yes, dad; our crowd is a vory exW. F. MONTGOMERY . avert a panic. Our text, lu a flgurntivo way, rep- - pensive one." Docker As I buy my wife a dress. Undertaker "Out I don't see why you should supHarper's Bazar. port the wholo crowd, my son." Hearse and drivers furnished on short notice. AN EXPLANATION. A Test. "Is your friend up In Maine bavins WOODLAWN DAIRY success with his hunting?" "Oh, yes. Ho's shot so many guldea A. H. Lest. Proprietor. that they are getting afraid to go with 'I know what Is good him." dairy In The only for young and old peo- Fulton County. ,,r writes Airs. Clara I lli. HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 14 KHTAUMNIIKI) A fl aaaaBk A TOM DILLON, Sr Prop. HueeMr to II O Itammaas, tltetaali Marble and Granite ' ! ssttsam ir nil, i.y. I CT." Monuments CUUBING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky r nsci-iuU-- - i SMITh lli-s- h Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY niltKOTOKH K. M. 1H1.KK -- j. w ai.kxanhkk Dr.J.M. IIMlAiAIUi (UK). Il.TIIHKt.KKI.U J.J.a A hOMiUHANT T. i.Kuronti Business Directory hlf-'lic- r. We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and ofier our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS II r HlrllANAN I'mlil.tii 11 C KAMAlir' A J A TIIOHrtiON. Cashier Ml I'aitit.r Itedi-elue- r Sprinkling Rates FOR 1011 on, The sprinkling rate for the 1st and ending November dence section, is beginning May lit, 1011, in resi- 50 foot front and under 8c for each additional foot. 6.00 Nurse Says: Business house rate, each door 6.00 Sprinkling must be done early in the morning or late in afternoon. Please remember this. This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. t t B. G. Hale Real Estate We have several fine tracts of Bottom Land, below Hickman, for sale, also some West Hickman lots for half their real value Now is the time to invest in real estate in and around Hickman. You can see prices growing. i ChollyEr really, I cawn't understand why some fellows get rich and I always stay so poor. Miss Slick Porhaps It'a because so many people amuse theanaelves at your expense. An Invitation Withdrawn. Come, ty with me Oh, I forgot That hobble skirt; Tou'd better not j flj V t Vv V A X - t j received great benefit" B51 )ykstra, a trained nurse South Bellincham. Wash., "and will say that I consider Cardui the best medicine for girls and women. It makes them feel like new persons, relieves their pain and regulates womanly troubles. "Both my daughter and 1 8o It Is. of than the 111 will of a man." "Yea, but It is better to have the ill will of somo men than to have to laugh at their funny stories." Should Be Indlotable. "A Kansaa editor has something 'tlng-a-lln- "It la better to have the good will doubt" ay about the toque." "Worn by the village bolle, nt ti afj t HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. INCORPORATED vJ Pine-Tar-Hony t t t Take Her Instrument. "When a girl fishes for admirers, what kind of a lino docs she user" "A beau line, of course." The Best Remedy For all kinds of sore eyes Is Sutherland's Knglo Eye Salve. It Is a creamy Bnow white ointment and would not injure the eyea of n babe. Guaran tor! irC 8 forget to renew your to tho Courier. Tho papor stops when tho tlmo la out no ex ccpUons. , Don't T"'w-eXn Dr. Bell's For Coughs and Colds., Tho Woman's Tonic As a medicine for female trouble, no medicine you can get has the old established reputation, that Cardui has. Fifty (50) years of suc- LAUNDRY -- AT- DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N ""Call on or address me at Hickman. Business Phone No. 15 For Internal and Extornal Pains. Btovos and Rangoa. St. Loula Furnishing Co. sells It for leas. Let us flguro on that bill of lam Ilcynolda Moss & Co., Jn cor poratcd. bor. Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices "What's the matter?" queried a Refrigerators not a cheap one but friend. "Automobile accident?" "No." roplled tho other, sadly. "1 a good refrigerator at a low price met a man who couldn't take a Joke." Hickman Furniture Co. U its anything In the lumber building line, go to Iloynoida-woa- a Co Incorporated. Pocket knhre at Fethe How It Happened. Ho was limping down tho street with ono arm In n sling ami both eves & French "i. In mourning. ' cess prove that It has stood the greatest of all tests the test of TIME. As a tonic for weak women, Cardui is the best, because it is a woman's tonic. Pure, gentle, safe, re liable. Try Cardui. affj .). Ferns at H. E. Curlln's. . orj Next tlmo try a sack of Omcgo & FRESH MEATS 33C. O. Flour beat made. Bettersworth & Pmter. Quit borrowing the Courier. xmo44o4t Phone 4 MOOrUD II lather Wood has returned from a Our 25c cotfeo la equal to any you two weeks' visit to Roclfoot Lako. ovor bought at 3C to 40c Dottors-wortMrs. G. L. Collins spent Sunday it PreUMT, with relatives at JonUs. b,