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The Hickman courier: June 8, 1911 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 hic1911060801_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: June 8, 1911 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- 4r"VKt vt r, J.O.Stubbs DENTIST SnlMUfl. 01 Bcard'a Mora No. l litviM IU4 THE HieKMAN COURIER. Uagan up the Hill of Success, The Caurlei nan a Spankin' Good Team, A BLUE MARE HEBE man that rour tab crlntlon ban expired Itonew promptly lljin want Uin pnprtocmie toroiintter thl man b idvartislng in the Team that Pulla ine Commeicial so. VOLUME 01 PKBT PArT.R IB WEBTKKK lENTUOIY Crease the Rxles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up ni HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 3-D- ays' 1011. WHOLE NO. E8TABLI8nED IN THE YEAR 1HBW I51 Hickman Gun Club's Big Shoot Begins Next Monday. Some Good Purses. high-clolot of folks, The Hlclunan Oun Club' third an- They arn ft will begin uext Mon- and wo should make overy offort to nual tournament how them a good tlino while tha day and ImI three day. guueita of Hickman. Present Indtoatlona are that It will The program will bo found Interestvcllpte the bi aucvoia on a Ilku oo-- . mean ing, both from u fluanulal standpoint atlou hold las ywtr, which and that of gonoral arrangement Wo ic will ho thu blggutl and beat thoot (bat will be beld In the South thla print It herewith In condensed form, catalogue. Uiksu from tliolr u W rwtw tSftWiUj Rust Proof i .A aJi -'tx . 1,1 4r v t (orsefe wmi nnunawj f er. o The ahoot will be held on the Prominent shooter (root all over t grounds of thu United States have written the Mongol Box Co., west 8, L. Dodd that they would bo of town. hero andjbrine somebody with them. Pre-Mee- i.r & tf 7 unj .V; V Regular Program J JUNE 1 2th. 1911. AIm Mm for tad ana Inl Dayi. FIRST DAY. HwerptUliti Kilra Entranco Entrnuoo $1.00 fl-0- 1'rwram. Entrance J1.40 Entranco 11.40 210 Targets 3 16 Turrets Entrance f 140 Entranco 11.40 416 Target Entrance 11.40 Target Entrance 140 6 ID Target 1.40 16 Entrance TarguU- 8 '16 Tnrgeta Entrance 11.40 t 16 Target Entrance $1.40 Entrance $1.40 1016 Tmrgela Extra Eutranee Squlor Money Hack System $1.00 1 6-7-- KttrHtauU So.ol Target if Trtt. )Wulr Optional Various Styles for Your various Figure Needs Corset Day at Our Store. Fashionable Figures are not made by chance but by careful corsetting 11.00 11.00 .a 1 s tfZWjS, 17 -.- "' Your Corset Day at Our Store. A Model to Fit Every Type of Form. wc Entrance Kntrunoo Entranco Entrance Eutrunco Kntranco Entrance $100 1100 $1.00 The New Figure elongated Entrance $100 $1.00 $1.00 Waist, Curved and Defined, Hips Curving too. 160 Tara-et- a Total.. . .$16.00 Total. ...$10 00 Hwcular Program Itoae Syatem, ratio poluu. 0, 3, 2, 1. Percentage Hyalem. 40, 30, SO, 10 per Optional Bcpitake cent, cltn shooting. Ten (10; entrle and under, three ruoueya, SO. 30 and 20 per cut. Syatem a conteatant To be eligible for the Squler Money-BacPllOORAM EVENTS DUU compete lu ALL UEOULAit FOR THE THREE DAYS. The optional Sweepstake are separate from the Kegular Pro-(raand It Is optional with hte contestant whether or not ho make entry for them. The Squler Money Back Syatem doea NOT apply to the Optional Swcepatakc. k STYLE means a lot to a woman. Now and then a woman may sniff, but if studied one can see a failing in a style -- n4 228 ftustlfoof Style No. The effect of the most beautiful gown may be en- EXTRA PROGRAM. Percentage SjaUsm Five Money JO, 20, 20, 20 U26 13 1212 pr. Target Taneta double 26 Target 1426 Target Entrance Entrance Entrance Eutranee Total $2.60 $2.60 $2.60 $2.60 and 20 per cent. Added Money $26.00 Added Money $26 00 Added Money $26.00 Added Money $26.00 Total $100.00 ft tirely spoilt if the base the corset is not right. The waist of the dress may not touch the figure at the exact point, the hips not be properly shaped and the gown may wrinkle, be too tight or too loose. -- v- WW 1 fiutt-n-e- ef Style No. 501 - ..- - $1000 No ahooter will be allowed to aboot In the extra programme or the regular ahoot for high or low average prize without competing In regular proprogrammer however any ahootcr can ahoot through tho MonoyUack gramme for the threw daya and bn cllglulo for thu Squler Money and not compete In the extra programme. CORSETTING will do this oftentimes if the corset shape is not right, or it may result from careless adjusting or wrong lacing. A small matter like the lacing may throw the entire corset out of figure alignment and the wearer will be wretchedly uncomfortable. v- "CViF s& ;LJ - High and Low Average Money. The following high and en to low average for amateur pritea are programme. giv- thoo ahooUng through the entire throe day -- "; Qen. H. A. Tylar Prize. $30.00 First Might Ouu 20.00 Second High Uuu, 17.00 Third High Oun 16.00 Fourth High Oun 12.G0 Fifth High Oun Hickman Qun Club Prize. .$10.00 Sixth lUgh Oun . 10.00 Seventh High Gun . 7.60 Eighth High Oun 7.00 Ninth High Oun 0.00 . TV!, lllf.li Him ow Eloveuth High Oun 6.00 Ttwolfth High Oun Joe Cantlllon Prize, First Lowest Oun ....$6.00 In gold Second Lowest Ouu .... C00 In gold Third lxweat Oun .... 6.00 la gold Fourth Lowest Oun .... 0.00 lu gold Fifth Lowest Ouu .... 0.00 In gold That is what we are here for for correcting corset mistakes. It is our business to study figures, all kinds of 'figures, large and small, tall and short, even figures with imperfections, and these are well corsetted through our specialized study of the subject. fo&knt, Prices $1.00 to $5.00 09 frtit:6e Style No. T 665 Style No. ...... SMITH & AMBERG 8. V. Adams, of Union City, was tho guest of Mrs. M. E. McNeil since our last issue. Hcv I! Atty. A M. Tyler haa purchased a passenger Hupmobllo from Hubbard & Kennedy, the local agents. 1 Sexton Will Resign. Teachers Examination. The county and stato teachers for Fulton county will be hold at tho Court Houso In Hickman June 1G and 17. Tho examination for colored teach, ers will bo held at tho same placo June 23 and 24. Virginia Luton, Supt. Second High Profession!! Third high Professional Fourth High Professional Fifth High Professional First High Professional $0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 In gold In gold In gold In gold in gold Walter L. Brown Prize. High Oun in double.... $20.00 First Second High Oun in double .. 16.00 Third High Oun In doublos.... 10.00 ATTENTION. wo had arranged and In arranging for our Shoot for th'a aoason glvo a Throo Days Shoot. Percent, advertised tho fact that wo would rnonoy. After tho ago System, with One Thousand Dollars cash added ruling adopting a regular programme of Intorstoto Association passed a Systom," wo have decided to glo 100 target. "SQUlcr Money Dack s target each and ono three extra cvonu consisting of 20 percontago system into flvo money a. -- 0, .0,-- 0, each day, divided 20 and 20 pox cent. average prlzca which Wo also havo somo special high and low programme. Theso thoso hootlnB through tho ontlro you will nolo for ouradded monoy. special events toko up $600 of misunderstanding wo wish Now so thoro will bo no confusion or to tho Squler Money Dack Purso to say that wo will glvo $500 added KiTto inMndo 1160 slvcn us by tho Association and tho ono cent BUT NOT THE ONE DOLLOU OHAnOE) and this la based on our EXTOA PER DAY EXTRA However should wo havo over 70 OU LESS ohootcra t6 parUpate. --T ovory renson to bcllovo wo will havo at least 126 fon,i Wn hnvo ir dou-blc- Wo appreciate your trade St, J P Cuslck who haa for tho past Slborell went to Cepe Oi a Louis Furnishing Co. "sells It for 21 yearre had chargo of our city cemranlouu, Mo, Monday to attend less." etery, has tendored his resignation missionary meeting. as sexton, to take effect July 1st. Tho reason assigned for his act is very Justifiable; ho simply cannot do all tho work himself, and has not been allowed sufficient help to take caro of tho cemetery in a propor manner. WHEN YOU PAINT Acting Mayor, Jno. T. Dillon, tnlnka we should make somo arrangement cost. It's the paint to avoid his resignation. With tho 1. The paint is small part of-thexception of Mayor Tom Dillon, no counts. ing that I other person Is so well acquainted with tho lota, graves, etc., as Mr. less to put on good paint than cheap, be 2. It costs Cuslck. His knowledgo of these matcause it's made better. If you use ters alono Is worth half his salary. Ho should bo kept as sexton and additional help piovided. Remember Two Things Dc Sota Paint Mon you 3ct the best results at least cost. You will remember the high quality long after you have forgotten the cost. Color cards and pamphlets furnished free. REYNOLDS, MOSS & CO. Give W. T. Barton, of tho South Hickman suburbs, brought to tho Oourltr office this week a samplo of crimson clover, grown on hill land that has been In cultivation sixty years. Tho clover measures 46 Inches, and is tho finest specimen wo over saw, oven though it has gono through a month's drouth. A twenty ncro plat cut threo tons per acre, and Is good for a soo-on- d crop of hay with a seed combination. Who will say thnt land Hickman is not cheap at $300 Leo Carter of Fulton, who was tried In Clinton for tho murder of Frank an acre? Bolcom, and who received a life senMiss Nannie Bunch nnd Elmer tence, and given a now trial, has Bunch, of Flatt Woods, Tenn., nro boon transferred to Mayf leld and placvisitlnK thoir uncle, Daro Morgan. ed In jail. Savo from $1 to $2 a thousand on H. C. Barrett, funoral director and ombalmer, with St. Louis Furnishing your shingles by buying direct from mill. C. M. Yates Shlnglo Co. Co. - it a trial. Wo also carry Oils nnd Varnishes JZz , mitv.., - J.... ? "- I a.V!',?:v:vrJ;.sjY:,J"E!,. Wt HEK1E Sim THERE & VI. W. A. Uockham, Begins June 11th. Tho Christian Church, hi this city, for some time has been arranging for a scrlcti of mcctlugs, beginning Sun day, Juno U. For part of tho time, during tho first of tho mooting; tho preaching will bo douo by tho pastor, Hev. Horace Slborcll, tho music win bo in chargo of Prof. Hoss. 8. Davis, of Greenfield, Ind. Prof. Davis has tho reputation of being a flno loador of song and ovangcllstlc worker. Wo trust that these meetings will be of great benefit to tho city of lllrkmnn. both spiritually nnd religiously. While the religious and mora Bontlmcnt Is not greater In any of the neighboring towns, than It Is lu Hickman, ictlll wo are sure that ev ery one who In desirous of the build- live ud of the morals and religious and christian sent Intent will be glad to Increase these seutlmcntjj by help lug In every way they can to tuako these meeting successful. I. Good News. havo received from tho State ti of Union City, was here Saturday. Treasurer, tho money due the Qrand and Petit Jurors for tho May term, 1911. of Fulton Circuit Court, and Ju SCREEN DOORS New Stock New Patterns It Is probablo that Congress will adjourn Juno 15. Judgo D. T. Davis was In Paducah on business Friday. Sam Wado was hero from Union City Friday afternoou. Tho dry weather will cause a shortage lu tho tobacco crop. C. M. rora living nearer Fulton can get their money by calling at tho city National bank, and those noaror Hick man can call at my office. J. W. MOItltlS, Tmsteo Jury Fund Don't experiment With a Cough Wheti Dr. Hell's hns been used by millions of people f. r sixteen y.or with a steady incrcu lug demand. look for the Hell oa 8 the Dottle. Hotter shingles for lets money. Yate ShtagU Co. Refrigerators that will keep Ice for lllckwau Furniture Co. Low Prices Buy Now 4 Kd Slaughter, a young an about .. years old, living near Iloydsvllle, te k Davo Morgan visited his mother at his life Thunulay afternoon at ot Flatt Woods, Tonii., last week. o'clock by whootlng himself His wf j ami child were lu nn adjoining rouu Hickman Furniture Co., headquarand found Mr Slaughter lying on tfc ters for auythlug la furniture. Fly Umo Is here; gel screen doors bed mortally wounded No reason u Mrs. David Koger, of Paducab, Is so far known for the suicide Reynolds Moss A Co. spending tho week with Mrs. A. M. at Tyler. I2. II W. A. Dodds have a great reputation for a sport. He lost enough money one night In a poker game, they say, to keep him In comfort nil his life Hut It does no pood to call the attention of the young sports to the old brokon down articles. They say they know tholr business and know when to quit. That's what the old wrecked spotts said, but they didn't quit until It was too late. Forty years from now the wrecks on the streets and at the poor farm will be those who Don't forget we have the best lino are known today as young sports. of matresaes. Hickman Furniture Co s better-than-thous, has-been We have some new thing In fur niture thU seJLHOn. Hickman Furnl ture Co. Mrs. Vernon Thomas, of Paducah Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. A M Tyler. We can show you any grade of wall paper you want at a very mod erate price. Felne A French. The Home Telephone Co. has now In service 134 phones, and a lot of outstanding orders to be filled. w rn,t l.ur u Tl Mil iitu. l calls attention to the fact that only 2.D0G diamonds are Hated for taxation In the entire State of Kentucky, which goes to show that as It Is In Elkton, so Is It everywhere elso: A bunch of who busy theselvea setting up and preaching a standard of righteousness for other people, deliberately swear a lie when the assessor comes around, and are therefore no more honest than the ordinary defaulter who steals the pub lic money. Todd County Times. The Courier-Journ- An old man who Is dying In a curShe was Just an ordinary woman, tain poor house in Mixraurl.used to like many hero In Hickman, without Full blooded Ithode FOIt SAI.K: C per dozen. Inland Ked pullets 3c Kllen Harnett, homo phone 7C-Frank Johnson returnid to Nash vllle Thursday, after spending sever l al days the guest of Miss Annie Cow-Kil- much leisure or time for culture. Shu did not know the difference between an Ionic column and a Doric column, China painting or operatic Music, but she brought up her children to tell the truth, to love Cod and their fellow creatures nnd to do honest labor and not be ashamed of It. When she died the Recording Angel said, as be reach ed for a fresh pen and turned to a clean page: "A Quecu U coming; get her throne ready." No ir Misses Hutu Klmbro and Sunday. Annie Lee Drown, were the guests of Mrs Cbas. llunton. In Tlptonvllle, , Iura and limn oritiMi itt t r Tlllt K rut k n ciuj Mr it iso tin to ic Til it hi.sk u l , m wr i r r , in i'tmi lurnart .ii i. i IUIIII it K 4k I Hay sold at wholesale lu Chicago Monday al $27 a ton, declared to be the highest, price uver reported for HICKUAH BANK AWB TRUST C8. v"50 1 000SS.s7J',.i325WiM the staple In that city. Danger F. E. CASE & SON Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware, Glassware and Tinware Standard Gas Engine Free Delivery Phone 183 Oil AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 Swayno Walker has accepted a pas itlon with the Mengel IIox Company for coughs and colds. It contains no Granulated Eye L'da 'an be cuied without cai.u'zlng or habit producing drugs. Look for the at their new logging railroad camp 8 at Cnvlgs I.andlnB, Mo. sruilfylng l "In- une of Sutherland'. Uell on the Dottle. Eagle Eye Salve. We guarantee It Mr. and Mrs. Ilrady and children 8 to cure. 25c everywhere. My borne place can ba basght at a left Saturday for their homo In Ilraden Flying machines heavler-thaair bargatu. J. B. Housley. Tenn. Mr. Urady has part of tho con aro coming In to gonoral use In a Mrs. Melvlna Talmoge Aveiitt, wife tract for the grading on the N C few years now assured. At this time of J. II. Averltt, died at her home In Ilelt line. the machines are Imperfect and avia- Union City, Sunday evening, May 28. The calerpiller plague Is spreading tors pre being killed right along, but 1911, aged CI years. Mrs. Averltt had In Oklahoma, two counties lu the for every one that puts on angel been afflicted with dropsy. Osage nation being already Infested wings, a dozen others will rush Into The Bible Is said to contain 3.DGG, The Insets arrive by the millions, ap the "Sky Pilot" business. Thousands of men are now engaged In construc- 80 letters, 8U0.G97 wordH, 31,175 vers pareutly from nowhere. ting and trying out new Inventions es, 1,189 chapters and nlxty six books. FOR SALE: Four Moro rooms. 1 and we may rely upon It that wh shall The largest chapter la 119th Psalm, 11 room residence, all on Moscow avo soon have machines flying from Eu- the shortest ami middle chapter the flood locations for buslnetw, prices rope to America In safety. In the 1 17th Psalm. The middle verse of tha reasonable. Would like to sell all mean time the metropolitan newspap Illblo la the etgth of the 118th Psalin. at one deal. Frank Thompson. 4c ers are full of accounts of loss of life The longest name U found In the first Wo understand II. 0. Hale will e- and limb by the now out of date auto verse of the elgth chapter of Isaiah: rect a brick or concrete business Mahershalalhashbaz. mobiles. house in old Hickman In a short time. Hereto hoping. Hickman cor talnly needs more buslncas houses la taking Dr. Dell's - rfUUi.kUtii.LUti THE YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE who start In with usli KXCF.l. LUNCH flour will bo doliiK the right thing ItlRht from the rtna thorn will be bread, biscuits, cake, etc . in n that hnppy home ail references to mother' baking will not bo heard WIIITK HWAN flour helps poor bok era to become good ones, and good ones better rl C. B. Travis 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 exand the traordinary. I have them in full peg, semi-pe- g most conservative styles. Walker, Swayno Walker. W J, Logan, a. A. Moore and Lester Suillh went down to Craig's Landing on tho Keen Leo Saturday night. All remained there except Messrs. Walker and Moore. C. L. i?i'iwii'iwi'iwiiw,iiifTififi,niifpnfi?na United States Senate fixed for a voto on tho Joint reso lution providing for the election of United States Senators by direct vote of tho people. The resolution has al ready passed tho Houso. The June 12 Latt week, by mistake, we got tho name of Hob Songster lu a list of guinea tern In the police court news. Hob'u offense consumed only of a breach of the peace, and was not guilty of "uwlnglng the bones." Farmera near Carlisle, Ky., losses of lambs from a now and strange disease which la afflicting their flocks. They begin to limp and become lamer for a few hours and then dlo evidently In groat agony. ro-po- rt When Evening Comes and you pick up book or paper you most fully realize the superiority of the electric light. If you are still without it by all means have us wire your house and place the lights where they will do the, most good. You'll find the first cost reasonable, the running expenses low, and the lights the best you ever had. There's only one best light the electric. Price $1.50 to $5.00 Come in and make your selection. Splendid offerings in mens suits, either blue serges or fancies. Frank Watson Is ablo to bo out after breaking tho bono In his loft anklo a few weeks ago. Frank had Just finished nursing a broken arm, when he got caught In a harrow which caused tho second Hero's hoping Frank wlllstrlko e. streak of good luck from now on. aocl-dont. 111 wzt. iv 11 ri jMrxr - rw - !' 1 j - mifbJ JAj frrrrmfWAm -- - -m Itcv. W. O. Stockton returned Friday from Atlantic City, N. J., where ha attended the General Assembly of tho Prcabyterian Church in tho capacity of a delegate from the Prosbytory. He Wbb named as a member of tho Nominating com mittee, ono of tho most important on tho list. Obion-Momph- Hickman Ice or. S ls (Incorporated) Coal Co. Jr., jvxsx.. t. xxx,x,o:ixr, i J - WfcAaikjpl, wiMsa I THE CHILDREN ARE APPEALED TO LUMBER INPRY NOW ON Executive Atks All Citizens to Fling LATE8T QUIZ ALONG THIS LINE "Old Glory" to the Breezes, Think About and Praise TO INCLUDE HINE8. Our National Standard. Special Fsdaral Grand Jury Begins Investigation of Allegsd Trust Frankfort. Juno 14 la set apart as 200 Witnesses Called. Flag Day, when tbo peoplo of tho statu aro to honor tho national flag, Chicago, June S. A special federal la u proclamation by Gov. Wlllson. srand jury began Its Investigation Into Ho calls on overy citizen and child In the lumber trust tills stnto to join In mnklng Flag day More than 200 lumbermen havo been u great oveaL Tho following Is tho subpoenaed to gtvo testimony as to proclamation: whether the alleged combine has con"To tho I'eoplo of Kentucky: Tho spired to fix prices and to blacklist American Flag association has iBsued and boycott certain concerns which the following appeal for a general ob- sell direct to the consumer, eliminatservance of 'Flag duy' on June 14 of ing the retailer. each year: A significant phase of the Inquiry "'We respectfully appeal to tho Is the summoning of employes of tho This Interests. President of tho United States of 'Weyerhauscr-Hlnc- s America, to tho governors of all tho combination, the government asserts, States of our land and to tho mayors acts as a barometer of the lumber of each American city to herald tho trade In the country. Individual criminal indictments will coming and celebration of Flag day, Juno 14, 1911, by proclamation. We h sought against members of the call upon every public olllcer, overy companies, and It was reported that teacher of the youth of our country, the InvMtlgatlon Is aftor Edward the editors of all newspapers, tho Hints In particular. dally Instructors of the youth of eur land, to call public attention, to arouse enthusiasm and to provldo for public UMPIRE AT FINAL INNING exercises and general celebration of Convict Under Death Sentence Arbiter the dav. of Prison Ball Contest Decisions A'Vo earnestly exhort our citizens Eminently Fair. to Join in mnklng Flag day an ovent and Its celebration in 1911 a great Nev., Jun 6. Carson the Ainrrjcan people pay Millions Dollars more Every event' Let us, from one end of our Caey, an City,time ball player, Patrick who la old land to the other, fling the stars and pay they need to for their shoes. 14, 1911. under scntonco of death for murdor stripes to the breeze on June Hide profit, '"May It greet the rising and saluto committed In Goldflold, acted as umprofit, the setting sun, and float all day long pire In what will probably bo his last and Shoe Jobber. to from every church edifice, school and ball game, at the state penltontlary. building, public nnd private and, how. For some tlmo two convict ball teams sliocsnrr tlic only sliors in this country Unit nn free from these four profits. Kmliralt JolutMiit ever humble, through tho cntlro land.' hare boen practicing within hearing of Kntlioott, JoliiiMin & Co. buy tlicir hides in the open market of the world. No profits to "The people of no state lovo the Casey's cell. their own tanneries every foot and every pound of leather They tan the Hide Trust. After following the progress of the American flag better than the people games by they lint into their fthoes. No profit!) to the Leather Trust and the Leather Jobber. tho crack of the bat and the of Kentucky, and none have greater thud of the ball Into tho fielders' Tlirv m'II direct from the faetory to your home shoe denier. No profits reason to love It. We are full partMioen reaen your leel fu eenu to 31.UU to the Shoe Jobber. hnuieott-Jolinxo- n ners In It, yielding to nono In our gloves, Casey appealed to Warden Ray privilege of seeing one che-ajKfor any other hxs of the miiiic appearance and style. than devotion nnd fidelity. Its bright and nakorgame.thoHe was allowed to do so shoes And what is tatter -- you'll jet more mtvkv out of Knlittt-Jolinot- i beautiful colors lift up tho soul of mora was chosen umpire. every man who looks upon It nnd and that you ever tauuhl fir the miiiic money beenuse the leather is there, and Although many changes have been thinks of Its meaning and greatness, that means everything in a nhoe. In the rules since Casey's Incarand ft seems good to me to make the made For tlmw and Innings wear, ask for the KNDUKLIj (Goodyear Welt) ceration, no kicks voro registered people think about It by calling their "",l ''0 . line rrlniliiiK l against his decisions. to It, and by setting apart you nil the little niceties of the latest shoe modes KNDWKIX sIhh-- i certain times for everybody to think your choice of two hundrvd M.vlcs JMiocs and Ovionls - lace ami about It- and look at it and bo proud WOULD SHOOT TRAILERS button full variety of lasts ami widths of toe all the colors of of It, and In this spirit I second tho leather. motion of the American Flag associa- Man, Hounded by Detectives, ThreatJJcmcuitar the name aUimpct! in every shoe tion, and In tho namo of tho people ens Dire Vengeance on Those of Kentucky ask tho mayors of every Who Follow Him. Kentucky city, tho county ofllcers of every county and all owners and Chicago, Juno C. Hounded by dekeepers of public buildings, tho trus- tectives who have followed him night tees, teachers nnd pupils of every and day since ho testtflod on the witsclrool and tho editors of nil tho ness stand that Edward Hlnes was the papers to make Juno 14 of this year man who raised the Lorlmer 1100,000 tho occasion of pralso of our flag, of corruption fund, Clarence S. Funk has calling upon the peoplo to think about armed himself and threatens to shoot It and to provide for public exercises any person found following him. According to Funk, manager of tho and a general celebration of the day. "Done at Frankfort this 27th day International Harvester company, ho , of May, 1911. has been under constant espionage, -AUOUST E. WILLSON, three men following him from hero "tiovoraor of Kentucky. to New York and Washington, he asShoe buyers "! tiro outside the city where tti! paper It pulJIibed can learn the tumfi of their home dealers by writing to Lndicott, Joluiaon & t o., Eiiilicolt. N Y. who carry KNDWKMi !" "DEN L. DRUNER, Secretary of serts. Soveral times, ho believed they were about to strike him. State. "By ROOT. A. COOK, Assistant Plans Four Months' Big Hunt. New York, Juno C. William Denton Miller of the American Museum of Iiou Jones, a Kullou merchant, has Lands Escheat to Schools. Mr. H. M. Hubbard spend a pari A A Paris Mas the Riut of Kul Natural History will loave this week petition In bankruptcy. Hutunlny. filed tou friend of laat week with njlton relative!. Under a decision of the court of on a four months' expedition Into tho Tho coldest kind of Ice water at II. appeals tho Loulsvlllo school board se- Dlack mountains of North Carolina In Ask for Omega Hour. None betFor porch furnlturu, tho Hlckiunn cures luLs in Loulsvlllo valued at search of new bugs for tho museum's 13 x ter. Ilottorswortij A Pratbor. Ourlln's free. Parnlluro Co. to Ue place. Tho lots were owned by tho collection. 17.000. First national band of Elizabethtown f. and the court hold that as they havo been held by tbo bank for longer than UNCEASING MISERY. five years they must escheat to the commonwealth for tho uso of tho Hickman Kidney Sufferers Get Little schools of Rest or Comfort. 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 FLOORS, hard or soft wood, old or new, In good or bad condition, painted or natural. It Is a very durable, attractive and economical floor finish. Nothing wears better. new cr old, of hard or soft wood. It makes the woodwork a part of the color scheme of tho room. It covers tho bad painting an renews finish that has been marred or worn. It Is a great Improvement for kitchen wainscoting, refrigerators, kitchen sinks, bath rooms, to WOODWORK fl amt Do You Love the Trusts Enough to Pay Four Profits on Your Shoes ? yar the of They Excess the Leather Trust's FURNITURE. It helps to harmonize tho furniture end decorations, renews old articles, giving them new Ufa and beauty. Cowgill's Drug Store. Trust's Profitsthe Leather Jobber the profits --- in than Four TIME TABLE C, M. &. G. R. R. (Effective June 4, 1911) Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Leave Arrlvo Hickman Dyersburg Hickman Dyersburg Dyersburg Hickman Dyersburg 5:30 a. m. 8:30 a. m. 2:00 p. m. 5:00 p. m. 9:00 a. m. 12:00 noon 5:30 p. m. 8:30 p. in. lllckmau jr Q. M. ROSS, Agent. Rules for Sprinkling. The following ordinance Is published for the benefit of persona using water iu sprinkling: RULES and REDUCTIONS GOV- -, ERNINO WATER and ELECTRIC LIGHTS: Soc. 10. Hose for sprinks snail ling front areas and be used only from the 1st of May to the 1st of November, from 7 to 9 o'clock in the morning, from 1 to 2 In the afternoon, and from C to 8 Sprinkling o'clock iu the evening. must be confined to ouo'a own front, and not extend beyond the middle of the street, aud to bo within rates lnch nozzle, j must be ouly through the uso of a larger nozzle will sub ject the party using it to double rates Use of a hose without nozzle la pro-- l blblted. Gardeu (lawn or yard) Sprinkling Is one thing, Street Sprink ling Is another, and both must not be Indulged In unless both are paid for according to rates." The foregolug speaks for Itself and It Is needless to say that what was good for the city is good enough tor us. PLEASE DE OOVERNED ACCORD side-walk- pe ulU-ullo- - ENDWELL SULLIVAN BROS. EXCLUSIVE DEALERS Kr (11 INOUY. HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO., J. T. Dillou, Mgr. II IBsHS J" " "" iPwil ft " V:jv- - t.9 II II l1 ., Miles East of Hickman. :.DODDS & DeBOW -- BREEDERS O- F- Kentucky Saddle Horses Red Polled Cattle, Large Bone Berkshire Hogs. Stock For Sale at All Times. Hickman, - Kentucky a bad back, with twinges aud "stabs" of paiu, with anuoylug urinary disor for high grade ders, backaches, lameness aud nerv 3f JL a ousness. You can't bo comfoi (able' at work with dartlug pains and blinding dizzy spells. Neglect these ailments Teachers' Instructors. Superintendent Regenstcln and serious troubles follow. Begin Stnto called a meeting of the Teachor' In- using Uouu's Kidney Pills at the first GOAL OIL and GASOLINE stitute Instructors, to bo held at blgu of disorder. You will work betdays beginning ter us the kidneys get better, rest Ml Frankfort for three May 31. About forty Instructors and better as your back grows stronger. Lowest prices and prompt muuy county superintendents will ho Proof lu Hickman testimony; thero. delivery. Absolutely C. A. Watson, of lllckmau, Ky., nays: "For gome time I was a vicuniform. Tho time has arrived when owners tim of klduuy complaint. There wero CSriiro TTei . of sheep must havo a certlflcalo from pains lu tho small of my back, which the county live stock Inspector before sheep enn bo shipped to market Tho ero always more severe when I stooped, or lifted. My back ached at INDIAN REFINING CO. III railroads will refuso to recolvo sheep shipment unless the shipper has night aud wheu I aroso in the mornfor EVANSVILLE ing, I was very lame. I became tired III tbo certificate showing tbo snoop are and occasionally suffered from nervfrco from disease. ous spells. Headaches bothered me Wo are authorized to announce Won Scholarship. and I was Bubject to dizzy Bpells durTHOS. S. RHEA Miss Elizabeth F. Eldrldgo won tbo ing which there was a blurring of my first honors in tbo graduating class at sight. When I caught cold, it settled a candidate for tho office of State Treasurer, subject to tho action of Sayro collego this year, tho piizo be on my kidneys and at such times, tho the Democratic primary, July 1st. ing a scholarship to stato university. passages of tho kidney secretions Miss Eldrldgo Is a daughter of toe o too frequent. This weakness Rov. W. M. Eldrldgo, pastor of tho was particularly annoying during tho Horab and Bethel churches. lit night and I was often forced to arise Delegates Named. several times. Learning of Doan's Gov. Wlllson has appointed a long KIdnoy Pills, I procured a box at Sweet Potato Slips list of delegates to the National Con- Helm & Ellison's Drug Store and two ference of Charities and Correction days after using them I received reto bo held In Doston, Mass., Juno 7 lief. After I had taken tho contents Old Time Yams and Queens to 14. of tho box, I was cured. I novcr loso an opportunity to recommend Doan's' Children that are affectod by worms Kidney Pills to other kidney sufferers nro palo and sickly and liable to con- and shall always keep them In tho Leave orders with H. E. Curlin, tract Bomo fatal dlseaso. WHITE'S houso." phone or write H. CREAM VERMIFUGE oxpcls worms For salo by all dealors. Prlco EOc. Hickman, or promptly and puts tho child on the Curlin, Woodland Mills, Co., Buffalo, N. Y., L. road to health. Prlco 25c per bottle. Foster-MllburG Sold by Hickman Drug Co. solo agonts for the United States. Tenn. Remember tbo name Doan's and Order Receive Prompt Attention, I Boalo .was la 1'ultoa Saturday toko uo other. H. T. Youthful Convict. A boy 17 years old, Jnmes Hunn, was brought to tho penitentiary from Mercer county to serve a sentence of SI years on convlotlon of manslaughter It Is claimed that tho shooting was an accident, and an effort will be made by Mercer county citizens to have Gov. Wlllson pardon tho boy. Thero la llttlo sleep, little rest, little- peace for the sufferer from kidney trouble. Life la one continual round of pain. You can't rest at night with See Our Agent Saad Salamy J Trial T, l bo-ca- n rl - HERE HE IS AGAIN HOT 1 vafefiSi fc y? WEATHER wmmwmwmMmmaa xvHrHBHH9nfiKE9BQHr9SB' mzsKammBBmKmamiwmr NuamnBUEaMsGkI''S ' fr zrWSSBMn Wo fool that tho bright day has dawned whou Instead of tho clank uf units uud tho cnttnon'a roar, Instead of Iho crash ot arUllury, tlio tramp of tho wur horso, tho glare of the hungry flames, tho plUleaa scones ot death J wo shall bohold tho liuttoua of tho earth, of every ruco uud r llgtoti bouml by tho threads of com inorco and tho utrougur tlo ot broth vrly feeling, bohold thoin flourishing togvlhvr in tho nrts of pence, strh- lug with coiuiiion Impulses aud tendering mutual ro turns of klndm and civility. nud civility. It U, too, a harblugor of a bvttor ago that tho hitler cry of the children with tho wintry litis on their faces full of seas of sorruv lias been .barkened to and that our tmtlun fools It la niornlly wrong to Imprison cdilldrcn In shop and l torles. In answer to theso burning wonls ITEMS K&$$frVfr H "How long, how long, wilt tliou, oh emol nation Content to turn tho world on n clitld- Uh heart, Trnplo down with your uiatlcd IimI ItH palpitation. And trend onward to your marti" Miss Sophia Wrlcut,respoided with a night school of J.COO pupils asd hundred of other uoblo-hearteanswered with wholesome and school and soelalks All over tho land fur children. A score of yeans ago saloon wrv everywhere; loday ft great war of temperance starting In Iho Seutfi ia Mwveftlujr on and on over the warM. n grand twRiperane parade Is ea In Hwfeleti, Oklahoma add a Mar to our fine n'iJ Mry" coitsttlutkMi to our union; all Iks NuUirn atnt- ar cu Idling tho dn'nfilniH of tb bright day whan the land atoll be dbtenlhrnlled from this destructive plague which haa poisoned not ely lit halts of JiifctkH but also tht foHti-tolot Ufa, ths ho "that Hill inn-U- j le XwCi . with the hollyhocks Krowls Hi Will Now Tako Up the Ratponsibllltl of the World, Old Man Allaa and at tb cornr with thslr banixmsl the Whole Shooting Match. Mohmmiw open lo thu sun, with Its oprlK water bubbling day and night like a IHtle poem fntn thtt heart f the earth, with the laUtca work a- d wo-ma- lw, AJf EE9 ESSAYS BY THE VALEDICTORIANS GASOLINE STOVES COAL OIL STOVES ICE CREAM FREEZERS REFRIGERATORS ICE BOXES LAWN SWINGS LAWN MOWERS HAMMOCKS SCREEN WIRE WATER COOLERS MILK COOLERS Class 191 "Heroism Today" 1, Hickman College. tion, that drmUery becomes beautiful iind suffering noble, aud who raise a glorious company of immortnU from the field ' of unselfish service to stream Into our spirit Ute rM4utlM nerfjts which gladden theirs llav-iHsuch souls of eel est Is I trnp-- r ench human life may be a triumph wbleh nngol would lean from the skies delighted to admire, for tho heroic life la the llfo of steady, courageous work, widening lis hortaon as the worker grows In knowledge, nsd by doliu; wll what Um before him, fits himself for banter and hlghsr tanks. Miss Ola Monan. g Engraved Calling Cards, Ola Monan. No noblur feeling dwells In man's the manhood which make for itM-l- f n clear and clean pathway ihruugh all ImptHllineiila. The faet ihut the hero has nut only been In alt tlmert and place but Is rovoroncml by nil of uh, Is the living rock amid all change and dls Integration. Tho sentiments that prompt the noblest deeds of heroism are found In the hearts of ov fry one, from the humblest to tho the hlglmnt. heart than that of heroism Wedding Invitations, &C. See samples rev-renci- tl Jit Courier OfIce. Don't delay; get them now and get a whole season's ser vice out of them. Call and See Them HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCORPORATED rsv- - Theru Is n terrible Indictment (lie present lime. In proof I bey cite the appalHug Instances of dishonesty ami fraud; that a fow are exacting tribute from the entire population; that men nre elevated to positions of honor not bvenuse of wtml they nre. but beenuse of what they have; ihut In the iihuI scramble for wealth lalKjr Is enslaved to Industrial deepotlmn. (he burnt offerings of our nation's 'wealth nre consuming honor nnd Justice nud leaving bohlml but the Incenso of shame ami the charred romaliiM of a polluted stale, lit an Imperialism of greed nnd discontent sweeping the keys of the soulnl gniiint finds Among our heroes of today Is the nothing but discord. gifted, noble hoarted Charles L. Can we answer It7 Can we say 1 race whose Children's KooUilJen In the dial of human progress has not New York, stand ns a lasting monu- gone kackT When f loose elt, Wood-roment to a Christian Charity that nhks Wilson, and our greatest men no other reward than the consciousoy that at no period of tho world's ness of having done good where need history has so much happiness Wc have j'tist added boen was groat. Wo rejolco that we onu diffused nmong mankind, nor hns life the famous find heroes noar home, In our own ever boen so full of Intorosta nnd nna. country, on our own soil; that slbllltles for nil olassos, aa In strains of tho noblest toolings that present century, It seems ns If tho wo ever swelled In tho breast of man stood on tho brightening border of are breathing to us out of evory pogo n new day. Indeed, tho world Is b. to our line. If you want a neat, of our country's history, in the na ginning to worship money loss nnd. tive clomenco of our mother tongue; to prize more lilghly Its man, U seo-In- durable, reasonable priced roof s that today are revealed to us that pence is grander than war, I you will be interested in Bull "Guided by faith aud matuhlos that to live for a worthy object Is' Dog Roofing. For the money fortitude," who have no fear of death moro glorious than to die. that hu-- ' because tho Idea of death Is hint In mono cotirago Is more noetic than there ia nothing holf so good. tholr intense consciousness of llfo flowing blood nnd frenzied patriot rich, Joyous, lyrical llfo. ism. LET US SHOW YOU What 1b moro Inspiring than our' With tho Huguo Tribunal, by fan men and women who nre faithful to tho most Important ston vnt tnWn,. duty not In tho high and ambitious townrds Intornalionnl peace through moments of llfo but on tho obscure world organization, with tho ringing (lend level that tnkeu tho heart otit applause for Kdwln Clan's tl.Onn.nnn of any one who does not seo the nnd for Cnrneglo's $10,000,000 crown glory of common things, who does ing gift for peaco starting tho glad not seo the beauty whereby tho ocliooa around tho world to ropoat drudgery of dally life becomes transfigured. No task Is too forbidding, "Thero's a midnight blackness cluing ing Into grny, no hours too long for our horocs who Phone 4 eo hallow their task by their nffec- - Men or thought and men of C. H. Moore action tlous aud glorify it by their Imagina clear tho way!" ( gold-gettindeop-seaUd 1 In just recent times there were found boroos In hofneepun as chlval-rand uiidoubtiug as mailed knights of tho CroHs who picked llielr way through trackless canebrnko and w4fl running wooded waste, across brldgeloss Htreams. In buttles Just fought there were heroo who count-s- l not tho cost, cousultotl not the text bookx of expodlenoy, but baring their breasts to the storm, went to the sacrifice, their eyes wide open and their feet treading tiixiu ground soaked witli tho blood of the patriots who had fallen boforo them. lie 11 ours to bless and preserve the memory and perpotuute tlm brotherhood of these lioroes who "stood serene and lvn the future Haw the goldon beam Incllno to tho sldo of perfect Justice, mnstired by tholr faith k The Drhjhtest Day of History. cross the window so the sunlight falls checkered on the baby in tho aTadlu." With Improved schools flashlug a Haw llHht over the larpo holding In that great terrllory of truth which tlm has annexed out of eternity with Ueverldge, the true hoarted knight, ami J thine Undsay, the heroic, Incorruptible leader, accompanied by all the true standard benrors uf freedom. ftftlMlng the Imttle for purity In poll-thi- s yo. with eleatrieity, mystorlaus and powerful, with Inventions start llofi In rapidity and number, with countlfH other beitlgn BRencIes yen know loo well with these developing a life which Is lartier In its oul look, richer In Its aymimthlos, nobler In Its alms, nnd more Jo)ous In Its hopes fur hnnmnlty than It ever was for I'ather Atirnham with nil his flock and heads, the promise of a now day brightens nlong tho horizon ami Coil's sky Is aflame with Its dawning. Kllso Luton. Our Now Roofing Bull Dog Roofing g Reynolds. Moss eCo. GROCERIES I I " - . 'T- -' Shooting at Fulton. thootlug affray took plate 8ul uftornoou about olio oilotk u u Dick 'lurnor u ouuu white man a tbiM city, n tthot aud aeriously V xiit) ..udcd, alleged that Ilia shooting wtu c jo by either Jlufus or Elro Lowry troiu what wo could ascertain ,t ma that an old grudge was behind j. affair. Tho bullet struck thu . v jiit; man lu thu hhouldur uud made ry puluful flesh wound JIu was a ,iii medical attuutlou at uuco by , It T. Itudd, who removed thu bul- Thu lAwry' wore taken Into tdttody by Chief Huddloutou and glv ,. a preliminary bearing m Judge tajiom court uud tbulr bonds were f xcd ut 300 each. Fulton Leader Ui 1012 Announcement 'd GUARANTEED FOR LIFE HBM fx ! Don't With B Annoyed. klu trouble, I luk heads, icvstu 4io 2to box ot Dr. talva will euro you. Hull' AutUoptlc Try It at oncu, or sorea, chaps, phnplos, Whuu a Concert Next Monday. 1'rof. WltUnau, composer of our ruw city Ming "Hickman, tells us i hfl ho will put on a concert and en rtauuiu'iit at Iho Lyric nrxt Mou lay evening oiuditlrd by l(Kl talent li will Uieludu orchedtra, total, Hauo vlos and two (arcu couii.nl Its, until ltd 'Tuiulin; a 8hoppr," and Ad am tln Second." On UiU ocooalou, a special ore hen t rat ion uf tho nirw city air will be heartl, to be onfi by Air. II I. Am Urg 'Tho Hom) of Yvderdu), au o Hi or of tho professor's now song, will bo rendered by Mlm Louise At wood &iMKai F.O.B. Detroit, Runabout 20 H.P.,4 cylinders, slid-- 1 ing gears, Bosch magneto, lully equipped. ThU will bo a good opportunity for our cltlims to liow their apprvcia Hon of our now mm; HER IDEA OF STRENUOSITY All fore-door- Prices Include zig-za- Full Equipment 1912 Full Equipment means windshield, mirror lense standard high grade lop, headlight, mounted on tpeclally designed headsets, gas generator, 3 oil lampa, horn, tools, full repair kit. s Improvements top-lea- Wo aro going to show you that In this 1912 Forvdoor Hupmoblle, fully equipped for 1760, you got Infinitely iuor than you havo over before been offered. Today you can with more reason than ever romiure tho Ilupmobilu, Jor quality, with (he costliest oars of larger siio; for we havo ad dud Improvements whUdi roprtrtuut lu malarial alojjs $100 more than the Hup. mobile which charmed your fancy two kwuhhih auo. So much for quality; In thu complotu equipment added without extra cost namely: forn-dooat ?2G, top at 30, wlndhhleld ut $20, gas lampa and gunerator ut $30, wo aro giving you nearly $100 In actual quantity ml 110. Now strenuous enough What do you meant Jrssln He'd rather nit at home and hold my hand than take mo to Iho theater and balls, etc He wasn't JpflMo1 had to giro Cbarlls Mama up. to got down to "brass tacks" pick out any car of lower price. Then add to thai price thu money value of tho 1912 equipment and thu Improved quality lu tho Hupuioblle. Surely If quantity plus quality spells value you will not ask for any more convincing nrgumuut than thu actual extra worth in dollars that wo lmo Just showu )OU. Study thu llht of 1912 Improvements two for youraclf how In each nnd every liuptuobllo for 1912 we have Incorporated entirely new elumeuts of value. Many of tliesu Improvements are peculiar to tho Ilupmobilu; of thtuu jou will havo to look to oara of $l,C0O or more. for somo W. A. Johtuitou tuado a brief visit to MclCeuile, Sunday. Judge 1). U. T. Davla, wife and XI rn 8 l.titcu motored to Kullou Friday. W. H.Treas tolls us (hut a good rain full iu vicinity of Mud Crock Monday night. Thu legitimate savings of an Immensely increased produulJon are paused on to you In the form of structural, muchanloal and luulduutal refine-meni- s never buforo offered In a onr at anything like Ihls price, J. T. Seal and wife left Monday for Daw won Spring to upend a fow w cults. lumimhor tho flawloss roputatiou of tho liuptuobllo, not only anions those with whom cost inimt cut an Important figure, but also with' men of wealth We believe Suuduy was tho hottest duy of tho year. Tho mercury aloud at 102 In tho aflornoou. candidate for gaining In strength and popularity In this sec tlou. Hon. Wm. Addauis, and automobile uxporiuuco in every community. Cam-actio- Imipect Ui In that your cnnaluslou will lead belter than over Ilupmobilu. you to bo among tho first to Wo havo Just received our aooruor, seems to bo first quota of tho now caw. Wo are ready now to prove beyond question thai wo havo thu greatest motor car valuu that has ovor been demonstrated lu this city. f spring placed between tho frame and rear spring, to prevent listing of body. Old ball bearings back of driving pinion replaced with Tlmken bearings. Four pinions Instead of two on tho differential. Rear axle shaft tapered Into and keye'd onto the wheel can't work loose. Ball bearings on either side of differential replaced by specially designed Hyatt roller bearings. Axle shaft babbitted near brake, so thaUno grease can escape. Ten-Incdouble Internal expansion brakes Instead of eight-Inch- . Adjustable ball housing for universal Joint. All spring hangers fitted with oilers. Tlken roller bearings on front wheels. Supporting seat for front spring. All springs made of Vanadium. per cent more New pressed steel radiator, lined with brass, with 33 efficiency in cooling. " Improved water outlet to engine. Radius rods have square lock nuts on transmission ends, to mako them more easily adjustable. Double springs on the foot brake pedals. Steel flywheel guard. New square dash and hood ledges of natural walnut. Nine-Incand mud shields completely mud guards Instead of "" enclosing space between whoels and fenders. In a Rubbertex cover. Magneto encased Hub caps of real brass; stronger and better. Large timing gears of bronze Instead of fibre. Valve adjusters on all valves maintain timing longer under all conditions; - make timing quickly adjustable and prevent engine power from decreasing. to give smoother surface and All cant-Iroused on the car keep grit out of gears and bearings. Improved Breezo carburetor will not leak, and is accurately and easily adjusted. oiler on the engine regulated with the throttle and gives a positive feed. You get more oil as you need it and as the engine de- velopes power. This feature peculiar to high priced cars of foreign make. Inside drive on the side-doo- r models. Fore-doorIncluded as regular equipment With no extra charge; also top, windshield, and gas lamps and generator. An auxllary Inverted h h six-Inc- sand-blastje- i n ' 1 s Alls visiting ston, CcIlBta Mann, who has bocu lcr slater. Mm. W. A John returned to bar homo in Urowns- - vlllo, Teim., Sunday. Wheat harvoat started In Fulton county Monday. Tho wheat crop will good as usual from a point not bo of yield, but Uio Quality will mako up for tho shortage In quanlty. . 6fi$$?jrtf . i3 $000 (ore-door- JU, fhfe Tho loss GUBtnlncd by W. K. Hall In tho flro which destroyed hl lumber yard at Fulton Tuesday morning hi ca tlmatod as high ns IC0.000 and aa low ns 110,000. Ho had lnsuranco for $20, 000. Touring Cnr Coupe s, P i Torpedo $1100 $850 Delivery Wagon 1- $850 f F.O.B. Delroit. Fully equipped, gas lamps and generator, 31x 3 1.2 inch rear tires, shock absorbers in front, three oil lamps, horn and tools. F O.B. Detroit. Standard equipment includes electric headlights, combination oil and electric dash and tail lamps, folding dash ssat for third person, shock absorbers in front, 31x3 2 inch rear tires, tools and horn. 1-- F.O B Detroit. Standard equipment same as Runabout. F.O.B. Detroit. Standard equipment includes gas lamps and generator, 31x3 inch rear tires, shock absorbers in front, three oil lamps, horn and tools. puplla of tho Union Sunday School, spent Friday afternoon In Hickman, coming In on a apodal train from Woodland Mills whoro thoy onjoyod a Ntnoty-nino aty Presbyterian HCTTI3! OO. AGENTS, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. Detroit, HMCioli.. basket dinner. II. Lntnastus, ono of our fanner friends, loft a flno flpoclmon cotton otalk at this office Saturday. It has four squares and Is ID Inches high. Mr. Lamaatus tolls ua ho has twonty acres Just as good. HUBBARD & KENNEDY Home Phone 150 Cumberland Phone 5 1 X MrTfrriik m ft ?& ..AisLsim .. .JSJMr.ti.1fal I'M Tl- -- MfSS lVWWWWWWAAAAtoi THE IMPORTANCE OF THE : : : !'irI?fc.:V.y.vlC.i The Courier's Weekly Sermon : kS &' X -- Hy PASTOIl IllShKUl-- T ft Ky. Lump Goal x33Xj3rr3arutn The Everything You Want : : PREPARING A PLACE FOR HIS : : : : x BETROTHED : : TriwU A Kfl A Ton Grocer: Snow Flake Flour. Best Meats in the city, fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. KITCHEN SINK A : : : Long Engagement About to Be Let me save you money on your coal. Consummated, STAHR STEVE PHONES DOTH rt r many to tlenVlliat There will he a Bisiunl ndvent of the Redeem-eThey reason Hint what has not In mote thiiii eighteen centuries should cease lo be expected. They entin- - i r not so generally recognized as it should be; through it as much disease may be contracted as by any other plumbing. Let us put you in a sanitary sink that will kill all odors, stop all disease. Have it of colored enamel, too. It will make your kitchen look as sanitary as it is. is What This Denouement Implies to the Whole World. Hoiton, May 2S. Itussfll preached t w I Co fSi-t- hero today. He had large and Intellectual audiences n usual. Wo report one of his discourses from tlio text, "1 go to prepare a place for you mid I will como again nnd iLHCive yH unto myself, that whore 1 am there ye moy bo also" (John xlv. 1!. 3t The speaker saldt Doubtless we all have In mind the fact that wt Imve just passed the anniversary of our Redeemer's ascenslou to the right hand of the rather to the highest plnro In all the Universe, neu to tho Almighty Father. Ho ascended up wheru lie was beforo to the spirit plane of lielnf-- , with added excellence of Klory and honor, tho of HIm faithfulness and obedl-eur- o to the Father's will, even to tho sncrlflvini; of Ills life nt Calvary. The work for which the Isogot left the heavenly glory has uot yet lccn fully accomplished. He has suffered, the Just for the unjust, giving His life n Itiinsiitn price for all; but this was merely n menus toward an end. and that end has not yet been blessing of Adnm nnd his fallen Rice Thank God. however, that the great, broad foundation has been lu Ul Thanks bu to God also that a great preliminary work has been in progress during more than eighteen centuries since His ascension. That preliminary work Is the preparation of the Church of Christ to follow II Im In faithfulness and and eialtnllnn to the divine nature, glory, honor and Immortality, which was Ills reward ill Peter I. 4). Ths Way and tha Plaea. As the Itedeeracr was the neat to ascend to the glorious station of tho divine mil uro. far above angels, principalities and power, and ns the Church Is to lie Ills associate in that glory, It was neeessur.v that He should prcccdo her to prepare the way. Ami iK'fore the Church could, in any euse of the word, be made acceptable In the heavenly courts. It was necessa ry thai the Itvdeemer "sppcar in the presence of Ood" on her behalf (Hebrews Ix. '.Mi How preeluiis to every child of Ood are the words of the Apostle. "If we sin we have an Advocate with tho Father. Jesus Christ the ItlRhteous"! Iet us. therefore, come with courage to the Throne of heavenly (I race that we nmy obtain mercy and llnd grace to help In every time of need, lor we havo an nigh Priest who can be touched with the feeling of our Infirmities, having tempted In nil points like as we of the new creation are tempted (1 John II. 1. 2; Hebrews Iv. IS. 10). "I Will Coma In Like Mannar." Tbero appears to be a disposition on r " jtfT? 'Sei Deliveries Prompt -- Pastor Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. Both Phones Jo. ?fP5cgj 75 W, 0, W. Decoration. A. , i M. Attorney-at-La- TYLER I w Elm Camp No. 3, w. O. W., will !; decorato the graves ot departed Sovereigns at the City Coraeteiy Sunday afternoon. Members will form In lino and march to the cemetery from their hall at 1 o'clock. J Sunday afternoon, Juno 11, this ',' camp will also decorate the graved at Iirowiisvllle cemetery and unveil 3; monuments to the memory of Suva-lelgnKemp and Langford. !; All members are requeued to be probout and show this respect and honor to the memory of our deceased Sovereigns. u and Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. XZIoIjlxikvxi., ICy. : ; d Office with Judge B. T. Davis nccom-pllshed-th- e . KELLY SMITH Attorney t-Law SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY. Clinton, Kentucky Ont.Unth of U A woman thlnka she la handing a man conilderahle package when aha Ulla him ha la lacking In finer feel-In-. e ftts to CMltttitih. A man believes there la something to the good luck of others, hut he labels hla own as sound business Judgment. Business -- Directory ASK FOR RATES- - A good deal of money, as well as some space In the wast basket, could be saved by sending out fewer circular letters. deavor to Ond the fulfilment of the ppunt-e- d wrond coming of the Savior Hut tills In the I'eiileoostnl blessing. cannot satisfy those who hnve Implicit and who believe that tntl in the the Aisttes were Ills specially appointed mouthpieces, for did not tho Apostles. Itiug after Pentecost, tell of the second coming of the Iord, and did not Jesus Himself In the last book of tho Bible declare His coming and His marriage to thy Church. His acceptance of her and the giving to her a share In Ills glory? The nntmls who apKared to the AliosiWrt when the Muster vanished from their sight dec la nil that lie would roiiie in like manner ns lie went in.n DM He go In a I tore of glory uiiuemed by IIm whole world of liinn kii'd: So'. Neither will lie mi roim I Mil He ti amidst grettt convulsions No ui.l the litest of trumpet) Was lll- will lie ho etimo I. i.iitiirr and bnowu throughout ,1,. ttorld- - No! Neither will Ills ar im.iI Im- - serw ami kHuwu; us He de imsl He will riHMe as n thief In the in. in mid will Is- - present, unknown to InOnly u few knew of ills world tun- - iiimI rwilld tell It In others i: like manlier IHrt hthihI vwmlii will im i..ii Hti ohij tii tke fiw. who will ilf in h to khcIi s. have the heartily en mid Iheeieof faith "Yn. brrthiti. ! imI In d.trkuefts. that that day ii uM oiertnde jsax as a thief" tl v. tl. In i lie Iwrreat time He will be ptvi to ii" I her the wheat lutn Ills gar r ilir.uh the elWHge of the Chief tM. whlrh wilt lake place In .i tiioineiii. In the twinkling of an eye is- - mum- - "I'.i-sr.nd IiIimmI cannot In ii mi the Kingdom of !od" During i l.i- of fxtrwuita. preceding the niiwiiril iiiatilfestatloti to the world, the Uinl. Inrlslhle to num. will iiulge iimnngst those who hnve profess-eto be Ills servants determining which may enter Into the Kingdom and share Its glories and which havs been unprofitable servants. e-- ii i llii-illolH i td-ii- rrii h Telephone orders receive our personal attention. MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74: HICKMAN pl aaafaV MARBLE Huccvitor to II (I I WORKS lUmnuft, i1ktJi nSTAtll.IHIIIU) IVi TOM DILLON, St., Prop. wiisl JsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV Marble and Granite to sbbbbbbbV Monuments CURBING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. -- . Hickman, Kentucky Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, It. M. IHI.KK J. V AI.KXANllKK Dr.J.M. IIUUHAKU KENTUCKY J.J.aitO.NIlUKA.NT UTItHKLKKtiU III II KOTO HM OKO. t.a. i.nuroiiM We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and ofier our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS ItlHIIANAS. i'rrtldanl II. C W. J. McMURRY Attornay-att-a- Office la Davl Building on corner. Hickman, Ky. "He Is the kind of a man," a brake. man said In describing; a noted failure, "who spends most of his time get ting ready. While prices are pretty high, and all that, you can't think of any ona right who doesn't believe he la entitled to all the proQt be la gutting. off-han- d Get tha Best For all skin troubles, ulcers, eczema, chaps, black huads, pimples and all Uso Lir. Uolls" Antiseptic Salve and you gut the best. Wo guar nntoo it. Sto a boi everywhere 8 UAMAllK. Ant t'aihlcr J A THOMPSON, fblr DR. C. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Dantlat Davidson's old stand. Phone No. Hickman, Ky. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Funscal Director and Embalmers. 2, MORE OR LESS TRUE. A woman can always forget her age, pruviaea sna doom t look It. , Most women are to Judga inetn Durum and after making up. two-faced- 5 $ Of course, everyone is anxious to see the bully whipped. Dut that la only one of the many instances In which the majority is generally disappointed. Atchison (Kan.) Qlobe. Sprinklinp; Rates FOR vvtvv 6.00 lii-e- n Poos 20, day or night. Hickman, Ky. WIDOWCISMS. Women love A husband Lots of people ara sura they ara right who never seem to go ahead Pay day comes all too freauentlv where the wages of sin are concerned. Many a man doesn't recognize an Opportunity unless It Is spoiled with a O. s 1011 THE ELECTRIC STUDIO Everything In Photography Stylo, Quality and Prices Right Next to Price Houso W. F. MONTGOMERY men make love. the plague of one. the pet of many bachelor women. A capital Undertaker Hearse and drivers furnished on short notice. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. The less one knowa how the better one loves. After the honeymoon four is com pany, two is none. Matrimony would soon be a lost art If we could begin at the end. Strange It is that the more a man cares for a woman tho more ho resents a similar tendency on the part of any other man Hlldric Davenport In Smart Set. Good News "I write lo tell you the news that Cardul has helped mc so much and I think it is ust good Perhaps more men would go to church If they had to sneak fn through a side door. up a quarrel. It Is Just as hard for a man to mend bis ways aa It Is for a woman to patch writes Mrs. Maryan worth Its weiclit in no d A ar- dairy in The only Fulton County. o B. G. Hale Real Estate Save a Dollar, xsa SPECIAL OFFER: Th eeElectrlc Studio will mako you a lino $2.00 Llo Slzo Crayon Portrait lor only 98c, If you present this coupon beforo July 1st. Great price reductions during this month only. J. M. PULLEN, shall, of Woodstock, Ga. "I do hope and trust that ladies who are suffering as I did, will take Cardui, for it has been a God's blessing to me, and will certainly help every lady who is suffering." " - It la almost aa bad to have a falling out with a girl In u hammock as to fall In with her whllo skating. Harduppe "I'vo known you a loni time, Wigwag. After all. old friends ars dearest" Wigwag "Vea, they usually owe us the most money." Hubbubs "Now that you are living out of town don't you find It very to bo always oatchlng tralnsr Subbubs "Not .at all. It's missing them that's inconvont a t t t t t i The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May 1st and ending November 1st. 1011. in rcsi- dence section, is 50 foot front and under 8c for each additional foot. Business house rate, each door 6.00 Sprinkling must be done early in'the morning or late in nfternoon. Please remember this. This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. INCOP.rOIlATED J) V Take enW Or. Bull's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Xj33V.VJH1 For Coughs and Colds., fWe f k have several fine tracts of Land, below Hickman, sale, also some West Hick, lots for half their real Now is the time to inin real estate in and around Hickman. You can see prices growing. -, The Woman's Tonlo pains in anns, shoulders and legs, dragging-dow- n feelings, etc, or if you feel from headache, Proprietor. No matter If you suffer backache Name. Address. The Dest Remedy For all kind of sorn eyca Is Suther land's Laglo Eye Salve. It la a creamy snaw wiiiio oiuiruent and would not injuro tho eyes of a baho. Guarantied LAUNDRY -- AT- DR. BELL'S Hall 8eata. ANTI-PAI- N For Internal and External Pains. Co. "bcIIs It for leas." ; 'c 8 Bradley & Pata's j St LouU Furnlshliyc r Call on or address me Hickman. al. Refrigerators not a cheap one but a good refrigerator at a low price. Hickman Furniture Co. II Its anything In the lumber or building lino, go to Reynolds-Mos- s & Co., Incorporated. W ha.va IL St. Lnula Co. soils It for less. (Business Pocket knives) Phone No. 15 tired, weary, worn-o- ut and generally miserable Cardul will help you. It has helped thousands of other weak, sick ladles and if you will only give it a trial, you will be thankful ever after. ion t forget to rcnow your sub' 8crlption to the Courier. The papor stops when the timo la out no exceptions. T'' a- Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work " Lowest Prices i ; Let ub flguro on that bill of lunv ber. Reynolds Mosa & Co., In cor poratcd. KernB at II. B. Curlln's. t- T Furnishing Q-i- lt at Fetho A Fre nek's.1 borrow" p 5 uu ConiUt. M0f44tttf4 FRESH MEATS o. xr. Moorua Phona 4 Cypress Shingles 1.2G a thousand at mill six miles southwest of HickWater Coolers and Ico Cream Frccz man. C. M. Yates 8hlnglo Co. ora. St. Loula Furnlahlng Co. "sella Refrigerators ot all kinds. Hick- it for niaa Fuidtuv c. J.O.Stubbs DENTIST 1 1 l KuHJUo. tWoarrf Moi rr Co tfo. SI THE HICKMAN COURIER. The Courier baa a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the HxIbs "i - . A BLUE MARK min that your tub rrlptton hn eiptrtd Ilonew promptly ifyiu wnnt tlifl paper to come to toii alter thU mon it HEBE ivorlising is the Team that Pulls tne Commercial Wagon up tha Hill of Success. no. VOLUME DKBT PArER IK WEBTERN KENTOOKT at Your Ulagan, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE NO U4IB1 IN THE TEAR ESTABLISHED ni ni HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, AND 1911. 1M SOME Question QUESTIONS HICKMAN, ANSWERS. I WRIGHT'S ' fa V ' Where Ih KENTUCKY? 1 Hand -- Made Harness Answer Near the Southwest corner of the state, on the Mlssisslp-River, midway between 81. Louis and Memphis, Immediately across tne river from Missouri, about seven mile from the Tennessee line, t out 30 milt south of Illinois, about 35 miles north of Arkansas, and .bout CO mllra southwest of Indiana; at the present western terminus of terminus of the the N.t C. & St. L. R. R., and the present northern t , M. &. O. R. R.. and 12 miles north of the famous REELF00T LAKE, in almost the exact center ol the United States, on the greatest river in trie world and practically at the head of DEEP WATER NAVIGATION, and In closer range of more states than any other one point In the Union a-- "4lBV'lffiUsHBBBBnBBBKBB'4SEBBu,w13Bn JIMIHrT c Hl mrm ' 4 ?trT LA'jjlHHfl9SMijiBiBiBBBH3flHB3flMPv D' 3S!T WUmiiSsW - SiSHftV: ', LftlftflMiHMi JL.SnBBKaiH Nothing better at any price. Made in Hickman. No paper or rotten leather used. See them at What are HICKMAN'S resources? A At the present, chiefly Agriculture, Stock Raising, Timber and Manufacturing on a somewhat limited scale. Q A Partial View of Meiigel Grounds Where Big Shoot Will be Held Next Week. Hon of FREIGHT RATES have to b considered, either In the obtaining, of raw materials or getting the products or goods to the markets of the) Q. A. What are Us prospective rourcM? world. Hickman Harness Co. s tf I ery kind. Q Incrrated and Intensive farming, Increased stock raising and decidedly Increased manufaeturli g Interests and wholesale business of ev- Why should there ho such Increase? A. Because appropriately seven eighths of the farming lands continuous to HICKMAN Is of Intensely fertile soil and the forests are rapidly being cleared for cultivation and pasture and these farms are rapidly filling with people. Because there Is ample timber here to sustain all kinds of woodworking plants for many years and we have various raw material for scores of other kinds of factories and our shipping facilities are ample for handling the commerce of a large city, with a FREIGHT RATC that gives our manufacturers and Jobbers a tremendous advantage ever any Inland city and D E C A U 8 E HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, Is attracting more attention today than any other city of even five times Its site south of the Ohio orEast of the Mississippi Rivers. Q. What manufacturing or Jobblut; business could prosper there? A. Q I Ins Illckmnn a trado torrltorj sufficient one-third A. Within a radius of 500 miles of mately 25,000,000 people located, or about of the population of the United States. Within this 600 mllea circle Is the center of produc. Hon of the corn, cotton, wheat, oats, rlc, sugar, alfalfa, tobacco, cattle, hogs and mules of the entire United States, representing an average ani nual value of about $3,000,000,000.00, to say nothing of the great Iron, coal, lead, zinc, marble and phosphate mines and the vast' forests of merchantable timber In this radius. Q sustain a largo city? Hickman there are approxio the change is too gradual to impress us. Hickman people have seen tha vacant lots gradually filling with buildings year after year, but there-wanothing startling to Impress them that the town was approaching a. crisis. They were accustomed to HICKMAN as their "every day" place of business and home and had given little thought to its fathomless possibilities. Many of them have passed to and fro by these beautiful grounds almost daily but there was nothing unusual happening there to indicate suddenly that the day was at hand when these grounds must assume tho Important position of a city. BUT IT IS PLAIN TO EVERYONE NOW. Q If they aro so good why do not homo people buy them In? Is Hickman' trado territory limited to this e circle? Every kind of either Jobbing or manufacturing In which theques- - Geographically, HICKMAN is In almost the exact CENTER of the United States and especially well located for a distributing point to all sections of the country. It Is practically at the head of DEEP WA, TER NAVIGATION, which, when the PANAMA CANAL is opened, will give to Hickman a position of stragetlc importance as an INLAND PORT for SEA GOING VESSELS, thus opening to HICKMAN the commerce of the WORLD. Q. Is there room In the present town to provide for a Metropoll-ta- n city? A. NO. The present corporation Is Just what It was 40 years ago, therefore very small and I full to overflowing, now, but there Is just; East of the present corporate limits an Ideal location for a large city, level, well drained and on a nice elevation. Q Can the proiTty bo bought for lty purposes In this location? A. A. Home people are buying them eagerly, and men here were the first to invest when the property we have the people who are already here and none leave. If this proprety were to be all bought up by the best business was opened. But of them desire to home people that would be no benefit towards INCREASING HICKMAN'S population. What HICKMAN wants Is MORE people, MORE enterprises and MORE busl-nes- s men and these beautiful grounds were secured and placed on the market as an Inducement to attract the outside world to HICKMAN, thus enlisting more men and capital In this work of building a great city. What kind of people- - are there? A. Mostly Southern people, of the true, Southern type. They are hustlers, however, and almost all are successful and prosperous. Very few "knockers" but all are pulling for Hickman. Q Is !t a healthy locality? Q. blue-bloode- d m t 4 Yes, THE INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE has secured 310 acres for Is platted Into beautiful sltts for homes, convenient factory locations and an Ideal business section. A. that special purpose and It Q -- A. Hickman is one of the most healthy places In the United States All of the new part of the city Is high, well drained and the atmosphere is pure and bracing, there being no marshes nor stagnant pools to breed malaria near this location. It is a limestone country and several springs of fine mineral waters nearby, one Just South of the city and one about 3 .miles away, both excellent water for all stomach, liver and kidney troubles. The city is served with water from deep wells that are furnishing K V.4i'Vv W2h. . . A V w Can sufficient transportation ftteilitlcH be obtained In this location without heavy cost and taxation A. YES. They are there already. One main line railroad and a belt line passes through this property now. The C, M. & G. Ry. Is pre. paring to extend Its lines northeastward and the survey passes through this property and besides It has 'about 3,000 feet of river frontage and MANUFACTURING SITES to accommodate any size factory can be had ABSOLUTELY FREE of purchase oosL Q If Hickman Is such a promising little city, with such marvel-o- n udtantnges. why hag it lot born developed before now? A. For various reasons. Promoters have given their attention almost exclusively to the West where the western railroads have backed them and assisted materially In the work of developing new towns a long their lines, while this and many other GOLDEN OPPORTUNITIES In the SOUTH have remained under the dust of SILENCE and have been OVERLOOKED. Home people knew Hickman was a good town but It has grown VOLUNTARILY so fast in the last five years that an effort to boost It was not considered necessary, for tt has COMPLETELY filled EVERY available space within Its borders until the "GREATER HICK. BUT EVERY THING, NO MAN" has been made an Immediate necessity. MATTER HOW GREAT, MUST HAVE ITS BEGINNING. Q Hut Hickman has shroud business men. why did Uiey not see this linomlng tide and open thin GREATER HICKMAN" location for dew lopiiient Instead of leaving it for strangers to do? A. Why are we unable to discern the growth and development of OUR OWN children when it Is so clearly evident to STRANGERS who see them but seldom7 Because we are with them SO CONSTANTLY and -- pure, healthy water. Q What aro the business opportunities there for ME? That depends entirely on your calling and capacity. Hickman Is one place that Is not overdone In any line of business. If you have energy, and brain you can find employment for both here. If you have capital' you will find many opportunities to invest It and employ It In profitable and safe channels. A. Miss Cecil Ilarnos was In Tbreo States Sunday. C. h. l'hllllppy, of Phllllppy, Tonn., was hero Monday on business. Ico U. F. Hlggs, of Martin, was hero Sunday. Reception Room Furnlturo SL Louis Furnishing Co. "sells It for loss." A good cheap roofing is our "null Dozes and Refrigerators. St. & Co. Dog" brand. Reynolds-Mos- s Louis Furnishing Co. "sells it for loss." Misses Alice Campbell and Marino ' porch Drown spent Sunday at State Lino Go carts, hammocks and swings. SL Louis Furnishing Co. with Mr. Mrs. A. M. Shaw. "sells It for less." Misses Mabel Wilson, Annie Cow-gil- l, g Virginia PraUier, Charlotte HubI,. Wnlger, Mrs. M. Mrs. C. and Miss Lizzie Ainborg went to bard, Ferd Maddox, Guy Hale, and TiptouvUle Sunday, and were guests Claronco Reed attended a dance In Dyorsburg last week. of Mr. nnd Mrs John Jackson. Am-ber- Marriage Licenses O, tl.M " W Xmi 3SS2gZv Tho following woro granted license to marry In Obion County last week 1 No. OU may not think any different from any other clothing store; you may have an idea that all clothing stores are just alike; you're mistaken. This store's different; you may say it's better or not as good as others; but better or worse, it's different. thi3 store is Ozzlo Iloyd and Ora Johnson. J. M. King und Lillian Seott. Cherry Harbison Mulllus L. I). M. Wllllo and Opal Hoyden W. I). Dowdy and Edna Taylor jBp The Seal of Approval From all who have Inspected i Albert Johnson und Lula II. I. Taylor aud Ulrdlo Geo. W. Noran and Eula L. L. Crittenden and II. ; Do You Get Tho Best. If you have a croup or any troublo and uso you do. tho llotllo. throat or bronchial & cough, cold, asthma, We sell Dr. Ucll's Look for tho Dell on Jones' 2 Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes; thats one difference; they're always, that's another difference; best in style and tailoring. all-wool S L. Dodds wont on tho oxcursion Sunday to Tiptonvillo. The Swellest Restaurant to be found in this section of the state. It is finished in golden oak 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 reaonable. We invite the patronage of both ladies and gentlemen. Cralc Catos of TiptouvUle, Tonn was hero Monday onrouto to Falacioa, Tor. , We'll try to show you some other differences when you come in. Suits $18 to $25 nnd Claronco Johnson to Dyorsburg Sunday on tho oxcursion. Ross Cheshire, of Nashville, was horo first of tho week, tho guest of Miss Mabel Wilson. Goaldor Rocd went Other makes $8.50 to $16.50 SMITH & AMBERG Teething babies always havo a hard Urao of it whon this process occurs In hot weather. They not only havo to contend with painful gums hut tho stomach la disordered, bowels loose nnd tho body uncomfortable. Tho best help you can glvo tho llttlo suffcror Is McQEE'S HAHY ELIXIR. It corrects sour stomach, cools and. quiets tho bowels and helps digest-IonI'rlco 2Cc, and 60c por bottlo. 5 by Hickman Drug Co. !d S-- I ss PERCY JONES, Prop. W. T. PENDLETON, Manager. fgjZ2g!gNNKK3 - ts ii'l"M'"l"--"t-- M 'l"l"H"t"M"! 3fck On the Streets ),.t...-.i Heard '' "I 'M-- fr Mr. and MVs. Price and baby, of Don't fall to seo our line of ornaA M. Tyler ran Into n wagon whllo Miss Elizabeth Strong, of Padacah, hlngoa. Somotlilng Louisiana, arrived Saturday to visit' ramental lock and attended the wedding of her cousin. In, Fulton yesterday and toro tho HERE MB nrMfttww J W M Wright parents. Ur and M Itoynolds-Mo- s MUs Dora Smith, and visited hero diator off his new automobile. Wo now something nloo night l?$'fr,?tfmWltZtJyt,&i"Vt&,iA Mr. Price returned Monday & Co have heard from the wagon this week. i $$&&3&&$;U w $ ,a',uvi:'t?'w4:'fi;j-Frue Ice Water i .,,i...4.,...,t.iH,.,,.,. i. i. ..).. at II. E. Curllu's Free ice Water at H. E. Curlln'a. L. P, Klllbou was lti MouiphU this wuuk. Charllo Itopor was In Cairo Sunday. Clarence Seay, of Mayfleld, U hero this week. See our Hue of wall paper. & French. Fvtho Georgo Alley, of Fultou, was hero Screen Doors Windpw Screens Lawn Mowers Rubber Hose Lould Orutg'u Jones ha landing. it. Co. returned from Screen doom and fix tun Holds Mo at lley Saturday. Lawrence hero Saturday. Coombs j of Mabel, was For any kind of furniture go to the Hick nun Furniture Co. Dr. ed J. W. Nuylor, of Cayco, motor- J. W. Morris made a business trip to llkluiiuu jiuUtrOay. MUm Julia Jackou spout Sunday with Union City relatives. E. C. to Fulton yesterday. For a neat Job of undertaking Hickman Furniture Co. Mr. Norton, of the Norton Timber Co., of Dyoraburg, was here Tuesday on business. Fine e CarUir Is ablo to be out after u two wuuk' lllui. Ltouard ituuvt. Mack Uld-u- d Clyde Vlvk were lu Cairo Sunday. Our facilities for handling: these goods in connection with our variety business, enables us to sell at extremely close figures, while our determination to handle only goods of known quality, insures to you the certainty of getting goods you can depend upon. See us if in need of anything. Mrs. Ham Hayims visited her daujh lor, Mm. J. O. It) mi. at Uulou CHy. farm, on Troy road, this Meek. for sole at a bargain. Write or see tf R. E. Polk or M. B. Shaw. Martin Schmidt and family, of Union City, were guests of their son, Carl Schmidt, la this city Sunday. Miss Martha Matheny has returned from a visit with Mayflold friends, and Is the guest of Mrs. D. Parhaui. Seven bead of hogs on tho farm of Mrs. Bettio Finch, near Enon church were struck and killed by lightning, early Tuesday morning. Miss Anna Andersou and Miss Mary Anderbon, of Charleston, Mo, are expected here Friday to visit J. W. Rogers and family and other relatives. A. A. Farls, Judge II. F. Itemley, Jno. Bryant, Jas. Picket! and A. M. Tyler were in Mayfleld yesterday on business In connection with the W. A. Hlnsbaw bankrupt proceedings. Mrs J. M. Reld returned Saturday from Fulton whero she and brother, Wesley Cooper, of Gordon, Tex., visited their sister, Mrs. Dettle Gardner. Mr Cooper has returned to Texas. The unloading of G0.000 cross ties at Mayfleld Is taken by tho Messenger to mean that the I. C. railroad Gilbert is going to build the vllle to shorten the run from Mem phis to Loulsvlllo. cut-offt- o Mm. Uouua Cuvltt, of Hi. Louis, m the gueat of Mrs. 8. M. Cavltl and other rolailim. DUIa Carpenter returned iu Mr her home lu Wlngo. Wixliuday, after a vuit with hor lulhor, J. M. Harkey. Mr Dick Smith aud graiiddaugk. Ur pvut Sunday lu Uulou Cliy with luir daughter, Mrs. John Cox. Mm. II i: Now leu, Jr., of Area dia Fla, will spend the summer Ku Mrs Hugh Curilit at WuudUul MIIU. ItiiMctfl llyaii, of Unlou City, U la llickiuau this week the guem of lit grandparents. Mr. aud Mm. 8. W. Ilaynos Ellison Bros. Homcmber If you have or anything to buy auytblug, our want do the work. Only Io a at-1- aurplut' pro-du- e or wuut io columu will word. M 8 Smith, agu Z'J, and Mr. Mary Cappa. ttu 26, were married at thu bouie of and by Hor. W. tal tiunday IkAli are residents of 1 1 k tuau Congratulation. 1 whietk-r-, Mutt Martha Malhntiy, vlollniK I doing apeotal work In asd w-terl- Ice Cream Freezers V! .' f Smith Bros., who have been In the grocery business at Matheny's old stand in West Hickman, made an assignment this week, and named W. J. McMurry as assignee. Liabilities of the firm are given at $1100 and as- Steel Ranges 9wnMTwrm From lie Moo Bicycles Sewing Machines Order left with it K Daugherty at the post- of will rwetvo propt attention. rovttaU, rHMittoiia. ik. Miaa Lillian Choate mturncd Friday night from Virginia whore aha has been atlcndlnc Kaiidolph-Macei- i Mr and Mra. Chooto met her at Fullou, driving overland io Hickman Col-lug- e sets about J ICO. -- l Rev. W. II. Trice, of Union City, a minister of the Church of Christ, will begin a series of tent meetings in West Hickman, on the fourth Sunday in July. Bov. Trlco has qulto a reputation as u speaker of ability and a successful evangelist. The exact location of the tent, subjects of his sermons and other details will bo given later. A Gall, M; Capitol Card of Thanks AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA By tho direction of tho Republican Statu Central Committee of Kentucky and by the authority of tho Bepubll-cu- u Executive Committee of Fultou county, the Republican voters of wild county aro hereby called to meet in mass convention at the court house In the city of Hickman, Ky., Saturday July 8, at 1.30 o'clock p. in., whore l"l"l U'T'l'TI'T'lT I"n TlrTTTI I'l'I'TI' by viva voce voto delegates and delegates aro to be selected to attend tho Republican State Convention, which oenvenes In the city HATES One Cent per Word per Week (Mull In Advance. of Loulsvlllo. Ky., July 11, IBM. A 4M--- tf randldato for governor nnd other canA few choice buck Iambs for sale. didates for slate offices are to be 2tp C. L. Rose. nominated nt tho above mentioned Statu Convention. FOR SALE My home In Hickman. Jas. Housley. This May 30th, 1911. Courier Want Column FOR SALE: B. MoGehee. Good milk cows. W. tfo R. U. BEADLES, Chairman. FRANK U. HARRISS, Secretary. FOR SALE: Few fine buck lambs. M. A. McDanlel. lp A FOR SALE: Good Deerlng Mower and Rake nearly new. F, E. Lut-trel- l. Great Violinist. lp FOR SALE: Qood brood and work mare and mule colt. Wilson 3p B. Rice, Route 3, Hickman. FOR SALE: Two bouses and lots in West Hickman; both have four rooms, and good cisterns. P. T. Pro-voc Thrco Red Polled FOR SALE: Thoroughbred Registered Bull calves. Dodds & DcBow, 2 miles cast of Hickman. MARES FOR SALE: A few good Brood and Work Mares on easy terms Also a few Milk Cows with young calves. S. L. DODDS. FOR SALE: I have two bucks, C or 6 buck lambs for sale. Prlco reasonable; thoroughbred. E. 4p C. Carter, Route 3, Hickman. Speaking of Miss Mutheny, of Wichita Falls, Tex., who Is visiting In Hlckmun, thu Mayfleld Messenger says: Miss Matheny Is an accomplished and experienced teacher of music and her work on tho violin Is worthy of special mention. She has been play ing tho violin In tho revival services at the Christian church and It has been very generally and highly complimented. Her violin solos and duets with Bro. Sturgia are simply grand. It seems that tho most heavenly melodies respond to tho touch of her fingers on that king of ..all Instruments, tho violin. Sho la a areat aid In Uio music at tho revival and all Mayfleld bids her a most hearty and cordial welcome to our fair Httlo city. F. T. Randlo took his Sunday LOST: Slender bay mare mule, 6 School class down to Led ford, on the years old, 1G hands high. No marks except light hair brand on left Jaw. C M. & O., yesterday. Ho has a ago Reward of $25 for hor return. C. T. class of about 40 men, from tho of 15 to 35 years. 3o Hickman. Bondurant, We take this means of thanking our many frleixln for their klndnesn During the patt week, Judge Nay-lo- r to us during the lllm-n- s mid death has tried and disposal of the fol- of our little sou. May Cod bltA lowing cases: you all and twnid you good friends In Joe Hurt, col., drawing and point- time of need when they aro mom ing deadly weapon, fined $G0. highly appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. J. Huby Williams, col., breach or the B. Housley. peace, fined $11. Hays Ellison, col., petit larceny, CO Freo Ice Water at II. E. Curlln's. daya In Jail. Ho stole chickens from a Fulton hennery. Arthur Lasslter, col., breach of tho Tho famous street paving case, nt peace, fined $11. Fulton, lu which certain cIIIzviih obSam Porter, drawing and pointing jected to thu rJty council taking deadly weapon and using InfliiKIng stops to pay C. W. Little, a contractlanguage, dismissed. or, $10,000 for paving their rtreets, Ollio Ware, using Insulting lan- was decliled Monday by special Judge guage, dismissed. Stout in favor of the contractor. As a result the $10000 must be paid Willi Bootleggers Caught. six months Interest and $1000 court, Freo Ico Water at H. E. Curlln's. costs on top of that. That paving J. B. Housley and family returned Job Is going to rome pretty high to Ical officers rccolvd word Saturfrom Nashville Sunday night. our Fulton friends. The case will bo day that Virgil and John Ayern. who appealed. a shanty boat at tho foot of No A. E. Owen and A. E. Kennedy 7 worn dispensing liquid refreshments motored to Clinton Tuesday. In or about tho Mongol llox yards Freo Ico Water at II. E. Curlln's. Conductor West, of tho C, M. & When Officers Johnson, Wright and Q., wants a residence in Hickman. Jas. King wnt down to Investigate, We Don't Have to tho gentlemen In quostlou had sold e F. E. Luttroll has purchased a you name Searcy, Ark., and will Tell Boll's what It's for it's Is the tells. out and had started back after a farm near best Dr. leave for that place In a few months. cough medicine and several million fresh supply. The officers got a gaspeoplo already know It. Look for tho oline bout and dropped down tho river Misses Myrtio Walker and Annlo Bell on tho Bottlo. 8 soveral miles nnd waited for tho disCowglll wero In Union City Tuesday, pensers to return. They did not havo tho guest of Miss Margaret Brans-foro Belle Mercer, of Jackson, ar- long to wait Tho Ayors iu ' their Miss boat were soon on tlie trip rived hero Wednesday to visit Mrs. back, and the officers put in behind Miss Bettio DeBow and A. E. Owen Alice Amberg. thorn. When they obBorved that they Wilson and Ross and MIbs Mabel Tho C., M. & O. railroad's first wero bolng pursued, they opened tho Cheshire motored to Union City Wed- wreck for this end of tho lino occurrthrottle and a rnco began. Tho ofnesday afternoon. ed Monday, when a big freight car ficers overtook them after a Mr. and Mrs.. Clifford Adams, of got off the track down In tbo Holm chose. A search of tho boat dovoioned that Birmingham, Ala., arrived this morn field and rolled over on hor sldo. tho cargo consisted of 100 pint bot ing to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stcph-en- s The C, M. & Q. excursion from tles of booze. and other Hickman friends. Hickman to Dyorsburg, Sunday, was Tho Ayors wero arrested nnd carDr. J. O. Stubbs and family, W. not as well patronized as it might ried before Judge Naylor. who fined owing to tho extreme hot II. Baltzer and wife and daughter, have been, thoin $100 each and sentenced thorn Tho soven coaches were to MUs Thelma, Mrs. S. L. Dodds and weather. 00 days In Jail. Tboy aro now do children, Miss Dottle Davidson and well filled, however, before reaching ing time In tho county Jail. C. M. Reynolds. J. T. Stephens and their destination. Ono Is really dewife, Miss Stella StolU and J. C. sirous of taking a trip when they Talmus Markham, of Tlptonvllle, Sexton and wife motored to Reclfoot will board an excursion train and tho Uterometer registering 102. was aoro Wodnosday. Lako Sunday. County Court. ki-o- p 200-acrgns-olln- I) W. Luton, noil of Dr. 8. W Luten, of this cliy, will graduatu with honors next Turn-daal John HopReal Estate kins Medical CoU'4;o. at Baltimore, Md This Is one of the flutl medical liiMliutloim lit the country, and to Slna C Htubblcfli-aud J. W graduate with houini there Is lnded Hoyd to (1 M Hubbard, lot In Nor- a compliment. IjiIjt )ouug Dr. Luman Addition to Fultou. $2.S00. ton will go Io St. FraiKils Hospital, Mvngid Box Co. to N. C. Jfc St. L. nt PltltitrtirHli, Pa., whro lir has right of way acrowi southapjil oonwr an aMlntineiit of ground. 1100. Setli Curlln to T. M. French and Benslo llooghur, brick building and U4 $1000. 'IIiIb is thu building on tin conwr of IjiClod.. building. 8am Brent to F. M. Harnett, Jot 330 In West Hickman. $4R0. F. M Harm to J N I.unk. lot 330 In West Hickman. $G00. Claude Atidernon to Mrs Hattu Woods, lot In Fowler Addition to Put ton. y SHE SUFFERED FIVEJEARS Finally Cured by Lydin 0. Vegetable Compound. Krlo, Pink-ham- 's from feinalu troubles ami nt last wan niino.it iieiplesi. I weia io tiiree Hoc li. I tors nml tlii-mo no enod, so my 7 I'a. ."iHiifrcred for live years ? Wf sister nilviM-- mo to try Ly.ila K. pink. when I had taken Ii.ltn'fl Vntrnfnlilit Co in pound, and nil I don't know how to express iny thanks f.ir tho pood it lias doiio mo mill I linlwi .... .,.,,, nil tinrr.rl..n ........ ...m ...... lu ,,H pivo LydU K. l'inkliam'B niiiiKU will VoRctablo Compound a trial. It was worth Its welHl.t in pohl'-M- rs. J. It. F. I). No. 7, Erie, Pa. l .jm.1 i.. vepotauio Compound, mmlo from nativo roots and herbs, contains no narcotio or harmful drugs, nnd holds tho record for tho largest number of actual cures of femalo diseases wo know of, and thousands of voluntary testimonials nreonflloln tho Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass , from women who liavm been cured from almost every form of female complaints, such as fnilamma-tlo- n, ulceration, displacements, tumors, irregularities, pcrlodio fibroid pains, backache, indigestion and nervous V0,"- woman, 'X?y harn s Vegetable Compound a trial l vlco wrlto HfVuV.i" V'!u,t HKccM apnln. to-da- y rwpii c r ffZyi fllllv ttt'ft ImMloa r could bco a blir change, bo I took Six linttlnn nml T nm twill slrAni. n.t.1 ...nil Hi? ng Bun-orl- It In freo uud ttlwy Uclplult A H.r VIA- - E -- Nettleton's SHOES-- SHOES- -- SHOES- E. CURLIN Serious Cutting Scrape. Route 5. Master Harvel CroBS The Quality Store ! Jos Darnell, of Wust Illckinaii, was arrested he-r- Sunday by Officers Johnson and Wright, on churgu of using a knlfo on IiIh brother Karl Partwoll, at Phllllppy's Mill. What Hid troublu was or who was to blame wo havu not boon ablo to loom. It la said I'artwoll was stnb-Ik.n- 1 and slashed In a horrible manner. The difficulty occurred early Sunday morning. Mr Darnoll, ator his arrest, was put In charge- - of Conductor Went, and carried to Tlptnnvlllo, whoru he U being bold for trial. The report haa reached Hickman that Partwoll dh-- of bin injuries. Whether thla la truo or not, we cannot gay. In-la- Big Excursion to Memphis Is very sick at this writing. Hrovor Wilson of Union City camo home yoHterday. A tou month school waa cloaod at Crescent Friday. A bard rain fell In thla neighborhood Monday night. Ml g3 Floronco Nichols of Obion Is visiting Myrtlo and Dora Howard. Mrs. Lola Williams of Martin returned homo Saturday. Mr Owen Stlgler of Martlu la visiting the homo of G. W. Donnell. Miss Nina Strothor spent Saturday night with Miss Nellie Leo Escuo Mr Thedron I'owol and Miss Pearl Osburn spent Sunday night at Mr Tom Council. Mr. Dode Thompson of McAnna was visiting lii thla vicinity Friday and Saturday. Miss Mar)' Latimer, of Union City, nnent Friday night with her sister Mrs Hob Hicks. Jim Oiiliurn and family spent Saturday night with John Uobcrta and fnmlly near Kedron. Mr Mat Ramos and family of Mc Anna, were visitors of Mr Bob Ask ow last Friday night and Saturday Dr Hubbnrd of Hickman nnd Dr liar Glover, held a consultaUon over Mr Walter Hamblln, who Is very Restaurant For Sale... We have a$i A No. 1 Restaurant that can be bought at a bargain. Located in the best town in Owner State, and is good paying proposition. has good reason for selling. Can show you that it is a paying investment and business increasing daily. N. C. & St. L. R. R. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1911 $2.50 ROUND TRIP FROM HICKMAN Leave Mickmnn 7:10 n. m. Arrive Memphis 3:30 p. m. Tickets good returning on nny regular passenger train tig to nnil including train 103, leaving Memphis 12:40 p. m., Saturday, July 1st. J. C GALLOWAY, T. P.A..N. C &St. L. Ry. Memphis, Tenn. R. B. JOHNSON, S One of the Big Guns. Strictly Cash Proposition. Apply at Agent, Hickman, Ky. III , Tom A Marshall, of Keltbsburg, who represents the Remington Anna-UnioMetallic Cartridge Co., Is too well known among those interest ed In the. sjKirt of trap shooting to need Introduction. Ho Is usually call-oi- l School Census. Circuit Court. "Pni.i Turn" liiwnuiu, Im contained the "AH American TimM which Scotfollowing U the latest census of made a tour through England. Wlwrb. Uro . v. lon Jona. Suit a few years ago. etc. alio ago In Fulton land ami Val U13 for on account, the children of school ThU tram met and defeated all com- ahk v Ixin Jonm. eounty: IjbvU A. CroM.-'Mr. MarAVhtta initio children 1676, female ers, never losing a match. Stilt on aooounl of $1019 47. shall has tho honor of winning the MetUe Iloum t IC00. Of thla number. Hickman has flnuid American Handloap twice, lou Howard Rush Creek Items. M. Suit for 11000 (or allonatlon nt 3SX ma If and 370 femal.r, and Fulton something never done by any other nnd 397 female has 3tt mala her huband'ii affeotlotiB. Ho was also captain of the shooter Colonel male 176. female 4C2. Of U M C. Southern Squad, which durllonduratil & Moby v. O. W. Mrs. Mary Youree and family spent Plwdps, this number Hickman has 169 male ing the Southern trip of 1001, broke Sunday with her parents. atul 187 female, and Fulton ISC malo the World's squad record, by Aunt nettle Holier Is sick at hor and 1W feii)altu home at Mrs. Joff. Davis. wa In Union Cltr Sun- Tom Hilda Total num'tx--r of white children In Llttlo Julia Roper and Mrs. Will Our. county, 307C. Field's babe baa the whooping cough. Total number colored children In Ik) Henry I vlflitlng In Hornier Mrs. Albert Roper and daughter county. 037 ou, Ttinn. Mlsa Salllo, of Mud Creek, visited friends Sunday. and wife spend Sun Krroll McGi-hc-e day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Yancy Mil nor. Miss Nannie Kate Ilamer, of JackWarm-weath- er son, Tenn., an intelligent young lady, la visiting hor Cousin Miss Crostio his week. Miss Jeannetto Raymer of Jackson Tenn., Is visiting relatives hero and at Moscow. 1 nat week sbo was the pleasant guest of her coutUu, Miss Joo Crostlc. Desplto the dust ami warm weather thu young folks mingle and enjoy tho society of one another; and our girls enjoying brenklng 4S8 out of COO targets He nnd bojB certainly aro 17 tliomsolves. 111 was Mayor of Keltbsburg, .for years, and would bo today wero ho 'o , Tho Woodmen woro to decorate Mr stay homo long enough to be elected Jno. Stone's grave Sunday at Rush Cumotory but It seems there While Mr. Marshall's acquaintance Is Creek Union Suits of dimity A complete assortment of the very large, he always has time to waa some misunderstanding as there Athletic good crowd thero tbo Voc4 nnd crossbar tundras, very su- famous Wilson Bros. Soft Shirts nmk now friends nnd give beginning was ftfnlled to arrive. and men exwcll-shnpcd for men. These shirts nre un shooters tho results of his long perior, well-mndMr. Tyler Davis nnd Miss Lorono perience. equalled for elegance of mate Davis, James McGoo and Miss Jeangarments netto Raymer and Miss Joo Crostlc rial and of workmanship. Tlmt splendid llttlo city of Cnyco took tea with MIhh Kula Croutic at Two-picc- c suits of athletic or With French cuffs seems to bo prospering these days. hor home In Moscow Sunday. They short-slccv- c shirts nnd knee-lengt- h In getting entertained. 1, 1,50, 2.00, 2.50, 3 Hor citizens show hustloa stock com- wero doUght-fulldrawers, plain or cross togv'ther and organizing At last Uie drouth la broken. Wo With stiff cuffs pany to opernte n flouring mill. Tho hnd a rain storm Monday night and 50c bar material, garment nnd work on tho mill is well under way, oh, how thankful wo should be, esand will ,bo making flour within tho pecially farmers, for tho crops woro Porosknit Union Suits, short struc being badly damaged, llut thero Is Our Wilson Bros. White Shirts noxt 30 days. It Is n sleeves, knee length $1.00 will be a revelation of ture, equipped with modern machin-o- always a seed timo atul harvest and at nnd will havo a capacity of BO underwear, wonderful value to every man. bnrrols n day. Tito now building U God knows best. Porosknit two-picc- c consisting of short sleeve shirts There is no shirt made, under going up just cast of tho M. & O. All tho leading magazines at Fotho their mill, thoy havo and knee or ankle length draw- $1.50, that equals it in material, depot. Besides rccontly established a concrete block &. French's. 50c fit and finish. ers. Garment factory, nnd nro figuring on othor inMiss Estollo Frist, of Chnttauooga, dustries. Tho citizenship of Cayco has accepted a position as stenogrannd vicinity is raado up of tho very Industrial mid-summshipment of Men's host folks on earth, nnd thoTo Is pher In the offlco of tho We've just received our Lenguo. contlnuo to Fine Neckwear, including all the latest creations, shapes hoping tho llttlo city will Ton negro bucks, chnrged with gam noUiing too good for them. Horo's lng, woro lined up boforo Judgo Rom-loand colors. grow nnd prosper. this weok, and woro fined $2C.G0 each, or a total of $2GG. A n, rinnWatnii. ehnrcod with kill ., v ........... .., Holm &. Ellison are gottlng In now lng Wllllfred V. French, pollco night fixtures for tho drug storo this week. sergeant at Cairo. Dec. 3, l'Jiv, wai trlml nml ncnultted at JotlBCboro, III They will bo putting on considerable this wcok, tho trial having gono then "agony" when tho fixtures aro on a chango of vonuo rrom cairo n Hickman Courier Office 1 Old Board Re-elect- ed, i Shooters Coming In. H. E. Vinans, of tho Western Cartridge Co., East Alton, 111., has be n boro all tho week installing 4 seta of Western Traps and to see that everything is in good shape for tho first gun to bo fired in our big shoot which Is by far tho greatest tournament held In tho South each yean U. O. LeComJite, of Nashville, oJ the U. M. C. Company, is also on tho grounds. Also Mr. Paschal!, of Dawson, Ga., Is looking after tho ammunition for tho Western people. Tho famous "Capt Tom Marshall," whoso countcnanco Is reproduced el so where in tills paper, and who mado so many friends hero last year la also with us. 1)111 Crosby, who Is considered tho ahnt In Amnrlrn. trvrothni v . .: wuii unns. (tanner) l.euompte, ana many othors of tho exports nre heru now or will bo In Saturday. Wo aro looking for a much largir shoot than. ever beforo and it will bo qulto a treat for our town azd country people and neighboring towns to see so many great shots shooting at one. time. Tho Daughters of tho Confederacy; will servo dinners on tho ground, ami the Ladles of the Presbyterian Church will furnish supper at the offices of tho Wagon Factory which, will onnhlo our town and country people to lock up as soon .ns breakfast Is over and go visiting each day. At the school board election yesterday, tho three membors of the board whoso terms oxplred, wero reelected. More than usual Inteerca waa manifested and a fairly good vote- - was polled. Following Is tho voto: Mayor Tom Dillon, 181. W. C. Johnson, 171. F. M. Provow. 16G. T. T. Swnyno, 40. E. C. Rice, 31. E. W. Adams, 3C. L. A. Stono was In Milan, Tenn., Uils weok. For Every Need for Men Underwear, Socks Shirts, Etc. Come to Bradley & Parham's c, 1.00 Today and Friday-fai- rer, and dryer. hotter A swell lino of ladles' white canvas pumps at Ilradloy & Parhani's. Judge D. T. Davis and family attended court at Rowling Oreen this week. The cashier of tho Bandana bank hns come up sevoral thousand shy, and Is now under arrest. Mrs. Percy Jones and son nnd Mrs. O. Ilortweck went to Cairo yosterday to spend a few days with Mrs. Rllla Ford. Mrs. A. M. Tyler entertained a Saturday evening nt an In formal bridge party. Croam and cako nero sorved. Asst. Pastmastor Joo Roadies and Miss Vivian Hall, both of Fulton, were united in marrlago Tuesday night. Congratulations. WEATHER: Tile dry goods stores aro now clos ing at C o'clock In the evening ox- cept Saturday. This is a very sonol- blo act, especially when tho hot weathor Is taken Into consideration. Fathor S. J. Mensa, of Loulsvlllo, Ky., has accepted tho pastorato of Sacred Heart Church In Hlckmtn, nnd regular services arc again In or der, after missing a fow weeks. Mnss nt 10 a. m., Sunday School nt 9 n. m., holiday services at 8:30 a. in. Wo nro glad to wolcomo Fathor Men sa to tho best town In tho stao. Tho revival at tho East Hickman Chapel Is In full swing this wcok. Rov. Wilson is being nsslsted by Re, v. II. S. McLomorc, of Memphis, nnd tho rovlval Is creating consldorablo Intorost. Sorvlccs ovory morning at 9:30 and nt 8 o'clock evenings. Tho meeting will contlnuo tho remainder of tills and all next wcok. A cordial invitation Is oxtonded to all to attend those services. "...::: " i f j I i 1.00 1.50 1.00 er Prices 25c and 50c .. Bradley & Parham Judgo Ronoy went to Fulton this morning. Goo. L. Whlto was hero from Union City, Friday. Mrs. Rlancho Kennedy, of St. Loula, Is the guest of her parents, F. E. Caso and wlfo. Cleo Latta nnd fnmlly, of Crutoh-fiolspent Saturday and Sunday with Hickman friends. Tako that prescription to Helm & Ellison. Pure drugs, quick service, reasonablo prices. Mllford Farls and wlfo and Mlsu Dess Harper, of Union City, wore in Hlckninn Friday, Iho gucbts of Mrs. J. R. Brown. Thoro "will bo preaching Sunday at tho Probbytorlnn Church, both morning and evening. Too hot? Well, como nnd seo. Pastor. G. M. Rosa tells us the now railroad sold 28 tickets, Tuesday, to various points on their system. Thla' Is Just a sample of the way their pasacngor business la picking up. d, - :JV4a IT-'- ' Vfc j- :f S. A. NORMAN. of Mayfleld, as a candidate for State Parties having wiring done, or mak- Senate from the district composed of ing any changes In their wiring, the counties of Graves, Fulton and must have a permit from this com- Hickman, subject to the action of Oio pany. In order that our records will Democratic Primary Election, on July show the consumption. 1st, 1911. The reason for this Is obvious, as wo have transformers that reduce the current, and to overload one of these Dr. Bell's AntisepticSalve Good for all Skin Diseases. entailing a conwill mean a burn-ousiderable loss to this company. Stationery and blank books at Fo-tAny electrician tapping our lines " " & French's. or making a change, without a permit, will bo immediately prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. HICKMAN ICE & COAL. CO., J. T. Dillon, Mgr. t, WARNING! Wo aro authorized to announce We are authorlzou to announce INVOLVED IN A LOAN LAW Request for Mercy Comes Ten Mir utes Afttr Man Is Indicted With Eight Other Legislators, by Qrand Jury. Columbus, O., Juno 0. Representative Owen J. Evans, one of the Initiator indicted In tho bribery scandal, plrsded guilty to a new Indlctmont returned Just 10 minutes previously by tho grand Jury, In which ho was charged with accepting a hrlbs In connection with a bill to ltcrnse and reg ulate the business of loan agents. He asked mercy and announced he would go before the Judge and make a full confession. Judjo Klnkead, however, lined Evans 500 and coats, adding no prison sentence. In pasting sentence the court snld he knew Evans' action would "clear up a lot of matters" and he was sure the legislator would keep hla word to confess. Indictments agalnsMwo other legis lators also were returned, bringing tho total number Indicted In the bribery scandal up to eight legislators and ono annate employe. W. A. FUOST, of Wlngo, a candidate for the State Senate from tlio district composed of tho counties of Fulton, Hickman and Craves, subject to tho action ol tho Democratic Primary Election, oa July 1st, 1911. SUTHERLAND'S EAGLE EYE SALYE J jto'jy mmr Mrrr ho Good for Nothing but the Eyes Standard garden seed of every do scrlptlon at Betteraworth & Prather's BUTIffl&lmONEY THE RANK Keeps On Growing Corilliil lW. i US iHiW Tf . WeddingH at. Fulton last Sunday: H T. Hone and Miss Pearl Duke, of near Clinton; Sam Grlsiom and Lizzie Harper, of near Clinton; .Miss Evor-ett- e I C ZiaiatlBlt C.- - S U Gossoin and Miss Ruby Gardner, of Water Valley; II. Roach and Miss Oraa Gibson, of Dublin. If you have the Itch, dou't scratch. It does not cure the trouble and makes HpAKE all the beautiful things in life: wither away and The flowers---the- y die youth departs, and our joys vanish. But there is one thing upon which time leaves no corroding mark money. Let's have some growing. tho skin, bleed. Apply BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. Hub It In gently on the effected parts. It relievos Itching Instantly and a few abdica tions removes the cause thus perform ing a permanent cure. 1'iice SSc.bUc and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. 5 BLACKSMITH New AT THE HELM Was Head of Board of Trad Apprentice to Blaokamlth 22 Yeara. Ago. CoMilikl IW W C E. Zlmntmai Co. No. 3i A regular morning operation of the bowels puts you In flue shape for the day's work. If you miss It you feel uncomfortable and cannot put vhu Into your movements. For all bowel Irregularities HEROINE Is the remedy It purifies, strengthens and regulates t'rlce 60c. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. C 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 dur ing 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 When you want your baby buggy soe, Ed Allen. Chicago, June C From blacksmith's apprentice to president of tho stock exchango of U second city In Amr-le- a la 12 years Is the rocord that will be established by James L. Townsend, millionaire Chicago broker, who will be elected to the latlor position without opposition. Towiiiond was bora In Lima, Pa., la 1862. When 16 he ran away from home and made his way to Chicago, where bi began work la a blacksmith shop. The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. In Smitii-Bisse- ll. llqr seniles that Institution then were eminently satWactorr Commissioner's Sale, CLAIMS HE WAS A SPY t Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. The Exchange Hank of Mayfleld, Ky., Plaintiff, against, R. R. Rogers, M. L. Rogers and 13. T. Davis, defendants Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at the May term thereof, 1911, INCORPORATRD in the above cause for the the sum of Five Hundred and five Dollars, with Next Door to Post Office. per cent UNDERTAKERS interest at the rate of per annum from the day of , 191 until paid, and costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Hickman, Ky., to the highest bidder at I'll 13 LI C AUCTION on the 12th day of June, 1911, at 11 o'clock a. m., or thereabout, (being County Court day) upon a credit of six months the following det. scribed property, The southeast Quarter of Section 24r T. 2, R. 5 West, it being the land conveyed by H. P. Remloy et al to 1 R. R. Rogers and wife, M. L. Rogers, on the 4th day of Feby., 1908, and Is recorded in DI3 No. 27. page 2S8, in the Fulton County Clerk's office. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price, the purchaser with approved security or securities must execute Bond, bearing legal inOwner has other business opportunities and will sell this place at terest from the day of sale until paid much less than it Is worth. It can be had with buildings, stock, farming and having tho force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared Implements and poultry already on it. to comply promptly with these terms. Two residences on place, In only moderate repair, but two good J. R. MILNER, Com'r. barns, one 36 and the other 32 feet, with sheds on sides. Nice young bearing orchard, 50 bushels apples, plenty of plums, etc. 100 acres of the placo In cutlvaltlon; produces CO bushels corn, a bale of cotton per acre, Commissioner's Sale. also alfalfa, oats, wheat, potatoes and all other crops of this sootlon. A fine stock farm, now stocked with registered hogs of three kinds, live Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. stock and about 200 chickens, guineas, etc., which may bo bought with Laura B. Hodges et al Plaintiff, place. All under good American wire fence, but outside Is a range of Samuel A. (Jouger et al, 5,000 acres for stock. Three good wells and pumps on farm. Equity. Oklahoma Man States That He Was Employed by McNamara to Plan Dynamite Explosions. Muskogse, Okls, June (.John y, quoted In a confession as having said he wss employed by John J. McNamara, secretary-treasure- r of the International Association of Structural Iron Workers, as spy upoa nonunion work and that ho located the pfnees was to be placed, where dyaamlt talked with visitors. He still maintained he was paid by John J. to spy upoa nonunion work. The statement made to a doUctlvo from Oklahoma City la locked la Us vault of a local bank. Do-lan- e HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Who'll Take 'er? Fine Bottom Farm of 56 Acres Well Improved, Already Stocked to-wl- WANTED: To buy G000 coupons from "Everybody's" coffues, baking powders, extracts, teas and spices, lit lots of 2G or more. Highest cash price paid. Apply In writing to Box 7C, Bardwell, Ky. 4c Kentucky Motoring Laws, Register with the Secretary of Stnto at Frankfort; fee, 15 for cars less than 25 horsepower, $10 from 25 to CO and SL'O over CO, annual. No provision is made for Individual For Only $35 an Acre registration. s are axempt under re ciprocal conditions. Owners must furnish their own ags. Speed limits: Reasonable; 20 tulto an hour In the country, 1C miles In a residence district ami 10 miles iu sections. Lights: Two white lamps in front, showing numbers, and a red light In the rear. bun-Ines- She then eiiturinl the-rac- e for Con my School Superintendent and was elet-- t i Mo inlay morning, at 10 30. In d. So well did bo pleaso the pa City. MIk Dora M. Smith, or Iron of tho county that when th llickmnu, became the wife of L It election rolled around again, site was IUhskII, of Springfield. Ills llie SU rtHrlfCled without upHMitlon was. Indvd.a quiet affair The was serving hir second term wheit ceremony wsu performed by Rev. V Cupid brought her successful political (' Hollars at tint Methodlt pojttor-I- u career to a uddu end. It may be in. truthfully suM that Atlas Dora made Tho Courier had been suspecting ono of the best superintendents tin rounty Jim ever had. She was devot something like thin for mime Uin Although tho exnot date wait unknown ed heart and soul to educational to friends of the contracting parties. work, and this, coupled with her cmsl if teat Ions, enabled her lo do murb It could not be oelW-a surprise for the betteriiM'iit of the schools by Mr Hlwll motored over from Un- Tho lmprovmi)U Inaugurate ion City, nixl the parly, consisting; of her will Ion: stand out as a tnonu llorvey Hff Inner, of this city, audi iimnt to her work. Much could be said about the Miss KUiatxjth Strong, of 1'aduon.li. the latter being a childhood friend of many splendid traits of character alio ; her accomplishments Miss Dora's aitd at oiw Utile a resand ui ident of Hickman, motored back to many klixl arts, but they are too tlw city early Monday mornliuc. Aflr well known to need repeatini;. It is the ceremony. Mr ami .Mrs. IIIhmhII ehough lo my that she was of Urn Minneapolis, Spring hlghotA type of American womanleft for St. Wo aro sorry lo kiso Imr field and other points, uhure thuy hood. will sound a few weeks. frum our midst. We know very little about the Mrs. IMwh'II is one of tho best of Imr choice mcct that hn known and most loved ImlU of Fulton county. 8ho wns born and rear- Is of the firm of Waterman-Water-burCo.. at Springfield. Hut If ho Is ed here. Ilulng lufi an orphan al a very tender age, she made her home worthy of the lady he has won, h with her uncle. CI wis Mimaham. Af- is a gentleman In urery riMct. Mr and Mrs lllsscll will be at hom ter his death, she rcldtl with her aunt. Miss Nannie Mwncham, on Troy nt SprliiHfMd nfl..r July 1st. avenue, she received high The Courier Joins the friends of tho Colb-gschool fdiimiion In hrldit In extendlm; mot sincere wish-- i and later became one of the tarhint for a happy, proHKrius futurv I'u-Idiwud-dlnRen-tlwiia- n y hr llk-kmn- o Revival Services ! ZZAT THE By virtue of a Judgment and Order of sale of Fulton Circuit Court, render. ed at the May term thereof, 1!)11, in the above cause, for the aum of' Four Hundred and ten and 41M00 Dollars with Interest at the rate of per cent per annum from the day of 191 until paid aud coats heroin, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Hickman, Kentucky, to the highest bidder at PUBLIC AUCTION, on the 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, t: Hickman Vicinity Lota Nos. 370, 371, and 372 known and designated as such lota on the plan, map or chart of West Hickman, Ky., boo will of Samuel H. Gouger, deceased, recorded in Will Book No. 1 pago 3C4 Fulton County, Ky., records. Or sufficiont thereof to produco the ums of money so ordorcd to bo made. For tho purchase prico, tho purchaser, with approved security or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from tho day of b&Io until paid and having tho forco and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will bo prepared to comply promptly with theso terms. J. R. MILNER, to-wi- Land Is next to river, but Is being added to yearly by river deposits. No better soil under the sun. Place will stand any kind of Investigation you may care to make. This Is an extremely low price, as low as any unimproved land, but absolutely nothing wrong with the farm or Its title. Makes a good crop every year. If you want either a Fulton county farm or a good Investment, It will pay you to buy this place. Mlsa Saille Ilyrn, of Fulton, and H. E. Nevlls, of Covington, Tetin., will bo uulted In marriage July Cth, at Fultou. Christan Church BEGINNING: Toho Jackaon wont to New Madrid Saturday nbjht. - SUNDAY, JUNE Nth, 1911 These services will be conducted by the Pastor, HORACE SIBERELL. The Music will be in chnrge of Prof. ROSS S. DAVIS, of Greenfield, Ind. The following will be the subject of the sermons and the dates on which they will be delivered : Sunday, June 1th. a. m.. A Soul Winning Service. 8 p. m., What Shall I Do with Jesus? Monday, June 12th, 8 p. m., The Leadership of Jesus. Tuesday, June 13th, 8 p. m., Jesus Lifted Up. Wednesday, June Nth, 8 p. m., How to Study the Bible. Thursday, June 15th, 8 p. m., Pure Religion. Friday, June 16th, 8 p. m., The Gospel the Power of God unto Salvation. Saturday, June 7th, 8 a. m., The Divine Side of Salvation-SundaJune 18th, II a. m The Distinctive Plea of the 1 11 1 y, This Is "wall paper" time. Let ua show you the prettiest lino you ever Baw. Fetbo & French. Fine farm, on Troy road, for Bale at a bargain. Writo or see R. R Polk or M. B. Shaw. tf o The Hickman Courier ' George Hobson, of Tlptonvllle, waa hero this wook looking for a location here for a business house. Daily Commercial Appeal (for R. F. D. only) gineer at tho veneer mill, 1b spending a fow weeks at Hot Springs. W. T. Barton, tho popular chief en and Hickman Courier Both one year for Miss Kathleen Sanders has returned to Caruthersvlllo, after a visit to her aunt, Mrs. J. A. Thompson and othor relatives. J. J. Gavin, Superintendent, and other officials of tho Illinois Central railroad, wero hero Saturday, on ness with tho Mongol Box Co. ' busi- !4OOi Ir. and Mrs. Dolaney and children, who have been boarding at the La-Cle- Muter CoHlukmer s.. for several weeks, left Satur- urday night for Caruthorsvlllo, Mo. Mr. Dolnncy was in tho Insurance business here. Disciples of Christ. Sunday, June 18th, 8 p. m., The Human Side of Salvation. Song Service during week-da- y nights will begin at 7:30. (The services will continue indefinitely