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IhB Rl-- Di.ar paper in wkbti'.en jkntookt Hit ,"'' - A BLUE MARE RKf K mtn that roar nb expired crlptton baa Hnnew promptlr If y u want tbe paper to corn to tou after tlili mmi.b W'lon up the Hill of Success. The offer has a Spankin' Duod'aw. Crsaso theRxlas ot Your Wagon, aid Man, and Ufa Ihfch Up HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 15, Division Secretaries. t county will bo hold Juno 24. Those ulsblug to teach must send written applications to tho secretary of tho dhittluu In which (hoy expect lo teah. Dawes, secretary, Fulton, Ky Hock Spring, Woodlawn, Taylor, Palestine, Llbarty, McFadden, Lodgiton, Lynn Grove, (col.), TJrookH Chapel (col). No 1 1911. WHOLE NO. SU51 IN THE TEAR ESTABLISHED isnt F. E. CASE & SON "Champion of the Plain People' Staple and Fancy Groceries- ten!nrs for public schools of Fulton Tho first meeting for electing Every Woman Hardware, Glassware and Tinware , E. V. Standard Gas Engine Free Delivery Phone 183 U Oil BlaHiWVar I jSilH v litAAAtUAtUIM4f HCKC f'sBab ffV--, No 2, 8. A. Johnson, secretary, Cnyce. Ky. Edmlston, Cayco, Rural, SlinmoiiB, Rush Creek, Roper, Hazel IK II, Cayco (col). Mud Creek (col). No 3, R II. Speight, secretary, Hickman. Ky. Walnut Grove, Stubbs Montgomery. Pair Viow, Ueecu Orove, Graves. Shan School (col). No 4. E. C. Uradshaw, secretary, Hukinau. Ky. Sycamore, Now Sycamore, Hluo Pond, Sassafras Ridge. N- w Hope, Lower New Hope, Island No 8, Madrid Uond, Rldgo School. (col ), Freo Will School (col.). Now Slough School (col.), Old Slough SUiool (col.) - Wants Cool Wash Dress Materials New arrivals maintain the color and style of the assortments. Wash materials that will make up into charming morning and afternoon dresses. The fashionable Flaxons, Batistes and Dimity, or the always beautiful Organdy, with their large floral effects, at, a yard, from 10c to 35c v t. mt Br 'Wi rvd&BiHi wpf 2HbbB r m Mb THC&E f- Frea Icti Water ai II. K. Curllo's. riiuu tultnon wait lu Tlpiouvtlle, Frl day. ilutfU Oliver Mvuipbla. C. It. Walker .itK Muuduy. returned Saturday from uvut lo Orate Laud Muuduy i aaian89SE&r spiBhbHHbbbbbsbbbH i Mlsa JulU JocUoii iu Uulou City. tut UcriiiM door and fixtures bold Mosa 41 Co. at 1U- - Bkv jHBHaiLIBIHBiBiiiH HON. A regular morning operation of the bowels puts you In fine shapo fortho day's work. If you miss It you'feel n.uu..w, iuuiu 4.I1U VUllliUb IUL 111 Into your movements. For all bowel irrgularltlcs HERUINE is tho remedy It purifies, strengthens nnd regulates. I'rlco 50c. Sold by Hickman Drug Co c 1 ( J H i w IJ. F. Craig, ot 8L Louis, woa buro Friday ou bualnwu. More Good News. OLLIE M. JAMES I havo received from tho State Ou July lat. tho voters of this Addams Is a good, clean man and lias Tretwurur, the money duo tho Grand will Ik) culled upon to aoleot tho not boen overworked polltloally. and Petit Jurors for tbo May term. iiiuu who aro to reprosout thorn in I.. C. Llttrall would bu our cbol 110 of Fulton Circuit Court, and JuMtrernt liiiiKHlnul offlct lu both for SuiHjrlutondenl of Public InBtrt rors living nenrer Pulton can got and statu. Hon. The only thing tliat could Jlbilr money by calling at tho City 1 .National Rank, and those nearer Hick said ngnliiHt his character or Among tho most Important Is the raairruu "fell at' my office. nomination uf tlnlteil a fa IT! i Senator. would Indlcuto mente! wcaknoas Thoro aro two candidates Olllo AI. Ihal ho edits a country paper. He J. W. MORRIS, Jamos ami Honalor Payutur. Wo aro might overcome that. Trustee Jury Fund. TboH. S. Rhoa, a senslblo Jolly felfor OIIIh became ho Is ono of Um moHt fmrluM iiimI brainy men that low, with n thornuch knowlcdgo of scc-tlou et C. L. Walker ai lu MUton, Tuuu., ou buluiHH, Friday. II. Owuiu apunt Sunday mother lu Tlpiuurlllo. with 11 For aiiy kind o( furniture go lo the lllckuuui Fuxultura Co. T. T. Hulllvau I apeiidlug the wltli Muyfluld relative. u trlii to Carutheravllle. W. C. Tlptou, of TlptouvllUi, town Friday on business. wek Dimity in the wanted floral patterns on white ground, as well as dainty stripes and bordered styles at . r" m. Hwt'm m-4- HollU Kuk returned Friday from lu 20c to 35c Flaxons in large assortment. This exquisite summer fabric is shown in stripes and figures on white ground and a splendid array of dark colors, at 5c to 25c repreni'iitf-a congressional dis- aiioh biisluoss, wants to be our noxt and has motlo good all promises Treasurer. Wo think be would see trict President Latla, of Ue C, M. & 0.. to hla constituency, if ho makes n that Fulton county Jurors would not K(xk1 wa here Friday ou uuiuioih. ho will innko a havo to wait n year and a half to get belter soiinlor and wo urge hliifilond the paltry sum of JS or $10. II. U. Halo wau lu Tlptou vlllo and Tbo auditor's offico Is sought by to stand by hi in at tho coining priDyoraburg on bualuen laal week. mary. In a perKonal lot lor to tho gentlemen among whom wo havo no vr Mra. Charles llunton, of Tlptouvllle, la tho cuuul or Mum Laura llrowu. Charlio llunton, of Tlptou Me, wa bora ou bualuuMt Friday aud Saturday Mrs. Aiuiu Foulkfl. of Troy, Tuuu., vUlliiiM bur cousin, lira. C. L. Walker. U Deo Iluury returned Saturday from a abort Visit In Jacknou and lluuder-oi- i, Tuuu. Harper, of Union Olty, uttd la tbo guuat of Ml suit llrowu. MUa lies ho saya frankly, "I am making tho fight against terrific ihIJh whoro every vested Interest In tho atnto la battling ugaliiHl mo because I have stood for the plain folks." For tho Hnmu reason tho Intervals aro against him, we aro for him. Tho "Iiitorusta" have been sucking the lit of Hpeclal favors too lung now. Wo need more Olllo Jamos' ot Washington. stick to "our Ollie" July Int. It will prove a goo, I luvostment ami your volo may bo necessary. (urlr, Il's Ma-rlu- u Mtb. Will Hubbard, of Fort Worth, Texas, U tbo guest of her slater, Mrs. T. T. Hvwiyno. MrB. visited linr grnndkon, Carl Schmidt, several days laat week. a. J. 8ohiuldt, of Union City, Misses I.lwlo nut! Iloatrlco Corum, of Greenfield, Tonn., aro visiting relative oud friend here. Mra. Rubo Then, there Is tho Governor's race MeCroory ail Addams. Addams looks good to us because ho has the backbono and brnlns to fill tho offico ami hasn't been a iolltlcal leech. Ills oppouont wua at tho political trouogh before tho present generation wiw born and hasn't had enough ygt, although ho has servinl from school director to U. S. Senator. Ho seems lo havo an ambition to die In office. Some people go to church to we-pwhile other persons go to sleep. Koine go their wives to pleaso; their conscience, others go for ease. Somo go to to hear tho preacher, othes tho solo schreecbor. Roys go thcro to reconnoltor, girls go tbero becauso thoy oughtor. Many go for sago respecial preferonco. Getting closer homo, wo have the flection; precious fow to help collecrace for Statu Senator. The candi- tion. date nro W. A. Frost, of Wlngo. awl There nro 200,000 words in tbo EngSam A. Norman, of Mayfluld. Iloth lish language, and most of them woro aro flno follows. They havo thus far 1 Sunday by a Hickman lady campaigns, used last made clean, above-hoar- d who discovered after coming out of and It must bo left to each Individual church that her new hat was adorned to choose between them. Frost, howwith a tag on which was written: ever, sooms to havo u litllo tho boat "Reduced to $2 78." of It In this Immedlato vicinity at profont. Cutting whoat In tbbi section has gone ahead under very favorable vvoathor which Is a little out ot tho Wo Don't Have to ordinary. Many good Judgos bellovo o'clock, except Saturdays. We close at Tell you what It's for It's name tells. that tho crop is hotter than was preIs tho best Dr. Roll's cough medicine nnd sovornl nillllon dicted. It Is bollovcd that tho openpeoplo already know It. Look for mo ing price will be from SG to 90c. 8 Hell on tho Ilottlo. Wo nro glad to learn that Postmaster J. T. Stophons gets another Miss Ivcy Tankersley returned to Atty. Rob Plott, of Clinton, was See our lino ot wall paper.- - Ftho $100 por annum added to his salary. & Memphis Saturday. luminous Friday. French. hero ou This will cause him to break about A good cheap roofing Is our "Hull evon, as he has recently purchased n Por a neat Job of undertaking Luther Watson was hero form East & Co. Dog" brand. Reynolds-Mos- a Prairie, Saturday, mooting old friends Hickman Furniture Co. i.ow auto. , Smith & Amberg 5:30 -- The government cotton report Gates and Mrs. Willis lu cates that tho yield CaU, of near Tiptonvlllo, wore Hickman, shopping, Friday. Big Excursion to Memphis ! IT I N. C. & St. L. R. R. THURSDAY, JUNE 29, about 2,500,000 average. Most of the cotton In tills to live. county Is looking flno. Though Olllo James 1.4 still wnndorlug over tho good Kentucky to find tho opposition to the samo him. Tho opposition Is at present school In locked up In a bank, but It will bo out on olcctlon day. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Wall loft Friday for their homo In Tampa, Flu. Mrs. Wall has been visiting her sla-to- r, Mrs. J. M. Hubbard, for soverul weeks. An Atlanta man has been ordored by tho court to kiss his wlfo at least onco a day. Serves him right. Flno farm, on Troy road, for solo at a bargain. Wrlto or sco U R. E. Polk or M. D. Shaw. IndiHenry M. Matheny. woll known In Cannon and his crowd looked pretty year will bo Hickman, has bought property In big a year ago, but they are small bales greater than the Toxas, and has go no thoro enough now In comparison with Unthis) derwood and Champ Clark. o Rcelfoot church was burned Remember If you havo surplus people continue to meet at or nnything to sell, or want to old plnco and havo Sunday buy anything, our wnnt column will tho grovo. do tho work. Only lo a word. pro-duc- " Wi INSURED WITH jKENNEPV. 1911 HHbHbH alba Nell Rondurant roturncd last Thursday night from Noshvlllo, whoro sho has boon attending Pcnbody H. Mlllot, Harvey Effingor anu B. R. Ellleon went down on tho C, M. & Q. Friday to Lodford, and spent $2.50 ROUND TRIP FROM HICKMAN Leave Hickman 7:10 a. m. Arrive Memphis 3:30 p. m. wmm " A LITTLE LIGHT1 On a "BURNING" Subject. Your home and your business is something that you have spent years in making, it could burn at any time, and, if your are not "protected" by fire insurance, and in good companies, your labor has been in vain, your family is homeless and your resources gone. J. tho day fishing. Mr. and Mra. Clifford Adams, of IJIrmlnghaui, Ala., wlio havo boon visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stophons, loft Monday morning for St. Louis. Mrs. J. II. MfcCloy and children, who aro vlalUng Mrs. Frank Von Dorrlos and Mrs. P. M. Ryan, made tho trip Sunday on tho towboat with Capt. Ryan to Donldson Tolnt, Mo, Tickets good returning on any regular passenger train ug to and including train 103, leaving Memphis 12:40 p. m., Saturday, July I st. J. C. GALLOWAY, T. P.A..N. C &St. L. Ry. Memphis, Tenn. R. B. JOHNSON, J. Judge W. A. Nnylor and wlfo nnd W. Ronoy and wlfo spoilt Sunday la Tiptonvlllo. Claudo Jones spent n few days In Memphis tho first of Iho week visiting tho Zoo. Mrs. S. M. Hubbard is spending u few weeks at Moutoaglo, Tonn. n protect .a.. 33. is: 3Q3xr3xr 33 3D y Phone No. 51 Agent, Hickman, Ky your home and business by insuring you in good companies, he represents good companies only. Offico in InClcdc Building. yT ii'Aiti i, .. FLOWERSilfApE miTlmmM ONEY THE BANK Keeps on Growing 'T'AKE all the beautiful things in life: The flowers they wither away and 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. other and finally, In a moment of dis Many State Postoffices Have cord or passion, the silken cord has r. Mado Good Gains been broken and they separate world Let ua hope that In the to come, wheoi they can all Bee CHANGES EFFECTIVE ON JULY 1 things plainer than they Uo in this life, they may ho united again, but Receipts Have Increased In Such Prothere la a probability that unhappy portion That Raises In Salary In marriages, resulting from unsvilted po Most Instances of $100 per Bltions, will not roault In union or Year Will be Made There happiness In this world or tho one to Are Few Decreases. come. "What God hata Joined togetb er lot no man put asunder." Frankfort. Changes In salaries of Kentucky postmasters w 111 bo made aa follows, effective July l: No Danger Adalrvllle, from $1,200 to 91.300; In taking Dr. Bell's Ashland. $2,600 to $2,700; Barbour-vllle- . Beaverdam. for coughs aud colds. 11 contains no $1.G00 to $1,000; habit producing drugs. I.ook for the $1,200 to $1,300; Brooksvllle, $1,100 to S Doll on the Dottle. $1,200; Dawson Springs, $1,000 to $1,700; Burlington, $1,000 to $1,700; up North sent his wife tho Falmouth, $1.G00 to $1,000; Fulton, A man Greenup, $1,100 to following telegram: "Shall visit with $2,100 to $2,200; Hartford, $1.&00 to $1,000; pal of mluo to- $1,200; llllly Brown, an old Hickman. 11.800 to $1,300; Jackson, night Homo tomorrow," and this In $1,300 to $1.&00; Lebanon, $2,000 to l.suu; the way tho fool operator at lh $?,100; London. $1,000 to other end of tho line got lt:"Shall Louisa, $1,000 to $1,600; Pembroke, visit Mllly Brown, old gal of mine to- $1,300 to $1,400; Plkoville, $1,500 to . Providence. $1,400 to $1,600; night. Don't wail for mo. Homo to- 11 COfl-say that Itussollvllle, $1.S0j to $1,300; Stanford, morrow." It la needless to Vnnceburg. $1,300 to the fireworks were set off when ho $1,700 to $1,!00; $1,400. arrived homo. Oloverport. $1,300 to $1,200; Guthrie, $1,700 to $1,500; Horse Cave, $1,500 tv .,400; Morehiad, $1,400 to $1,300; Owenton, $1,600 to $1,600; ScotUvlllu, $1 400 to $1,300; Williamsburg. $1,600 to $1,500. for-ove- Restaurant For Sale... We have rtn A No. 1 Restaurant that can be bought nt 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. Strictly Cash Proposition, Apply at Hickman Courier Office tT 1 The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. V INSURED WITH KENNEDY. il. IV Johnson orders tho Courier sont to his eon, Guy Johnson, at Portland, Ore. Guy la "street-caring nt Portland. GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore Philosopher and pout are alike In tho verdict that tbe safety,auu perpetuity of any nation lies In the i Satan preachu must eloquent!). noiues of Its people. K is also tho hour when he can gatti-e- r the largest and most ulleuiiw want to audience, in our great cities buLuus Many women turn the home into tho street, to to enurcUcs ore crowded ever) evening, apeak, and make "the world's work" xjut, toriuuately, Uio evening hour is everything and the home life nothing. albo Uio hour lu which the good angel But a restful home, once experienced tan gainer the largest audience uud U a Joy above the prouiUe of prog no uno would battle Satan's luiiu ress o disturb; and a restful and lu tuce must preach tu the evening. telligent woman alone can make lU iUu evening Is the hour when tne protesting power of home lujjrealesi, it is the hour when its protection is A friend of ours lost a fine Jeney most needed. cow the other day tied her too long. If men woulu remember that She got tangled up la the rope and can't always be biulllug, who broke her neck a case of too much rope, flow many Instances there are have to cook the dinner, answer Uio In life that are counterparts of the bell half i dozen times, get rid of a above! The cherished of our hearts, neighbor who has dropped lu, teud -our own flesh and blood, are often to u sick baby, tie up the cut finger 'of , gather up the play allowed to gradually slip away from a two) tie up the ua and out from and under our con- things of a on skates, aud trol, all because wo love them o hixid of a ready for school. much and bate to restrict their pleas- gel an to buy nothing of sweeplug, cleaulug, ures or say "no" to them. etc. A woman wltii all Ufoao to contend with may claim It a privilege to The world need never shed a tear look uud feel a llttie tired sometimes for its saluted dead. They ure safe uud a word of sympathy would not aj the harvest is when the farmer be too much to expect Irom the man bos bound It Into sheaves uud stored v.'ho, during the honeymoon, wouldu't it away or as tho roses are when let her carry as much us a sunshade. the gardener has wrapped their roots lu straw and housed them from the There Is as much truth as poetry storm. They are safe as the larks lu the lines: that fly singing from the green earth "Laugh, uud the world laughs with out of reach of the hutsinan's snare you; and the aim of the cruel sportsman. Weep, and you weep alone." They aro safo as warriors who march beneath worn battle flags no more, Aud perhaps It Is well. There is but sit down with conquerors to festi- Inevitable sadnebs enough lu each vals of song and wine. They are saf lot without adoptlug that of others. sa young lambs are wheu the shep- Sypathy for real troubles should alherds fold them from the blast and ways be glveu, along with what help curry them over rough places In ten- Is possible. But there are many porter arms. Weep for the living all tions wbo, especially lu their owu you choose; let your tears be unstay- families, talk too much of their own ed above the dying bed where your Ills and troubles, although Uiey are darlings lie like wreaths of fading always smiling aud genial amoug snow beneath the glance of death; btruugers, and over ready with a but If you bellove In God, and hold pleasant "thank you," for every ser any faith In heaven, Bhed not your vice rendered. If they can rise above tears for the blessed and happy dead. their despondencies In the presence Christianity gives the He to Us belief of strangora, with a persistent effort when it garbs itself In sables and thoy can slay above them at homo mourns without comfort for those who till they may In tho end forget a have exchanged the Inn for the pal- part of thorn, at least Inflndlng bow ace, the wilderness for the land of much better they are liked by those peace and plenty. around them. If you would pass successfully through life, wear a bright, manner even - face and a pleasing The evening is tho hotlr when craf- though they may sometimes mask a heavy heart, now-a-daear-oldfour-year-oleight-year-old WRIGHTS i ' Hand - Made Harness i Nothing better at any price. Made in Hickman. No paper or rotten leather used. See them at ISte Hickman Harness Co. It is painful to read the particulars of the numerous divorce suits that flit tho columns of the dally papers. Many of these sad events aro from good homes and the Interested parties stand high In social life, and not a few In church life. This separation botween husband and wlfo is one of the sad scenes In human existence. Many times either would prefer death to this unhappy parting. For years they bavo lived together and their Uvea have been blended into one. Thoy have learned by bitter experi ence, as the years have gone by that thoy are sot suited to one an Well, anyhow, ono thing's clear: Kentucky must have a primary electhat very little rainfall was had, a tion law. Too many good heads have g0ner.il drouth prevailing almost over dropped Into the basket already. tho entire stato. Homo sections reported no rain for tho entire month, Cards are out announcing tho mar- while others reported light showers riage of Itichard W. Alexander to Miss duriug tho latter part of May. All Winnie Custer (nelce of Dr. aud W. crops havo suffered greatly from tho W. Hall) at the Methodist Church In drouth, corn suffering least Union City, Juno 21 1911. The Intense heat of tho entire month, the thermometer often rests A newspaper has beeu launched terlng above 90 lu tho shade, together Elephant Battle Dam, New Mexico, to with the excessive dry weather, bus be known as "The Dam Truth." It beeu very detrimental to all growing it lives up to Its name, Its editor will crops. Condition of Wheat. live but a dam short time. Todd presThe condition of wheat County Times. ent tlmo as compared with last In tho Court of AppeaU, a decision month, which shows a general aver was handed down holding that the ago of 97 per cent, shows a decrease sheriff Is not entitled to fees for at- of 2 per cent Tho first district shows tending sessions of the quarterly 95 per cent; second 92 per cnt , 97 per cent; fourth 93 per cent, court and that the sheriff, and not third 88 per cent, or a gouural averfifth the county, must pay for printing lax age of 95 per cout Is shown. From receipt books and county claim books our reports It seems that wheat has The decision was given lu the case not suffered as much from the drouth of Graves county against Wallace, anil excesslvo heal as would be exsheriff, from the Graces Circuit court pected, and with favorable conditions we would yet bavo an average wheat crop. Tho condition of ryo as compared with last month shows tho same percentage, yet tho rye will probably not make so much stem, but with a good season through Juno will yield as much per acre as of former years. Oats Suffer Most. DIDNT. The oats crop seems to have suffered most from tho dry weather. We can show you any grade of Our report for April shows an averwall paper you want at a very mod- age condition of 96 per cent, while May showed au avcrago or 82 per erate price. Fethe & French. cent., or that tho oats havo been t damaged 14 per cent. The first shows 90 por cent; second 85 per cent; third 76 per cent; fourth, 79 per cent; fifth, 80 per cent, or an average of 82 per cent Tho condition of clover as shown by our last report was 92 per cont, but for the month of May tho average condition was 85 per cent, or a decreaso of 7 per cent, old clover suffering more than new clover. Tho condition of tho corn crop as compared with last month, now that tho corn crop Is nearly completely planted, shows that It, too, has suffered from the drouth and heat of May. average as shown In April was Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Theper cent, but for May the average 99 Vegetable Compound Is 90 per cent From our report tho potato crop Pound, Wis.- - "I am glad to will bo short The showing Is of 82 that 1 have been cured of dys. per cent lH'pmu ana lemuiu Peaches Scarce. troubles by your medicine. I had Tho prospect for a peach and aplieen troubled with ple crop Is more discouraging than both for fourteen percentage has falyears and consulted last month. Tho len for peaches from 57 per cont. last different doctors, but failed to get nny month to 49 per cent This condition relief. After using is duo to Into frosts and cold spring. Lydia E. Pinkham's Tb'o prospect for small fruits Is enVogo table Com-pou- couraging enough. Tho raspberry and Blood crop shows an average of 85 per cont Purifier I can say I Blackberries, 96; strawberry, 87 am a well woman. can't find words to express my thanks per cont I for the good your medicine lias dono Levi W. Klnglcsmlth has been apme. You inaypublisli this if you wish." pointed a magistrate for the Fourth lira. IIeujian Sietk, Pound, Wis. Tho success of Lydla E. Pinkham's district of Grayson county to succoed Vegetable Compound, mado from roots 8. T. Pearl, resigned. and herbs, Is unparalleled. It may bo It. A. Gibson was appontcd magisused with icrfect confidence by women trate In Webster county to succeed J. who suffer from displacements, inflammation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, ir- ft. Bryant, resigned, o The resignation of Ben Hatcher, regularities, periodic- pains, backache, bearing-dowjudgo of Hlsovlllc, has been refeeling, flatulency, dizziness, or nervous prostra- ceived at tho governor's olllco and tho tion. vacancy will bo filled by appointment For thirty years Lydia JJ. Pinkliam's Vegetable) Compound has been tho appointed Stanley Gov. Wlllson standard remedy for female Ills, and Mitward, of Lexington, a member of suffering women ovvo it to themselves the stato board of embalmers. to at least givo this medicine a trial. Proof Is abundant that it has cured thousands of others, and why should Granulated Eye L'da It not euro you? ("an be cured without cui.crzlng or use of Sutherland' If von ivnnt finccliil nrtvico wrlto gratifying Mr.s.IMiikliiun. Lyiin,MnHH.,forlt, Eagle Eye Solve. Wo guarantee It 8 to euro. Ht retrwhws. It is free niid always helpful. oV-t- Monthly Crop Report. In tho olllclul monthly crop report of M. C. Ranklu, commissioner of agriculture, for June, it Is shown that the drouth and hot weather of May haa had a bad effect on crops over tho wholo stato. The oats crop seems to have Buffered most The follow lug Is tho report showing the condition of tho standard crops: Our reiorts show that throughout the state during the month of May Remember Two Things ,WHEN YOU PAINT f. 2. The pai.it is small part of the cost. ing that counts. It costs less to It's the paintbe- put on good paint thnn cheap, cause it's made better. If you use De Sola Paint you Set the best results nt least cost. You will icmem-bc- r the high quality long after you have forgotten the cost. Color cards and pamphlets furnished frre. REYNOLDS, MOSS & CO. L Give it n trial. Wo rtlso f4irr Oils nd Vflrnishrs 1J1S Wtl din-tre- DOCTORS 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. FAILED TO HELP HER Hickman Ice & Coal Co. (Incorporated) AT. T. DIIiLON, Jr., IVTsw. Marriage Licenses Carrie Nation Dead. - po-llc- n indi-gestlo- n, iihe airs. Carrlo Nation saloon stuaahor, Tho following were granted llcenso marry In Oblon County last week; died of paresis, at Lcavonwortu, Kns., to Friday, nflor sovornl months Illness. H. Goodmnn and Ilobecca Illy tho. Mrs. Nation was born In Kentucky In 1810. Her maiden name was Carrie T. V. Doughty and Ida Duko. Dr. It. 12. Hcllcn and Miss Agnus Mooro nnd aa n girl Is said to havo beou absolutely foaturolcas. In early l'nlmor. Rlchcy Walnscott and Clnra Clack. life sho married a man nddicted to Linden It. BIbhcII and Dora Mcneh-a- Intoxicants which created In her aversion to saloons. Smith. Ono of the Courier editors rememW. M. Andoreon nnd Annlo Boono. L. C. Hnrrlgan nnd Addlo Androwa. bers very distinctly a locturo this gave us on tho ovlls of smoking, nfter having cornered us In tho printDo You Get The Best. ing office If anything, wo havo It you havo oiougb, cold, asthma, smoked moro since that day. croup or anywhront or bronchial troublo and ubo Dr. Bell's Refrigerators that will keop ice for you do. Look for the Bell on $12. Hickman Furniture Co. 8 the Bottle. hi-d- y y, Letter from Syria UY A. S Judledlt, Murgoon, Syria, Turkey. Muy 20th, 1U11. Mers. Bpcer & Sexton, Hickman, Ky,, U. 8. A. Dear Prlonds: Thoro In tlio Church of Italians wo lu'iild the fuiuTul services of tliu donUi of OhrlsP-th- nt Is In renioiu-brnnrof our Hnvlnr nnd Ills death on tliu croH, Tinseems lo iiavo n very worrowful Impression on all present. From tliu church wo wont lo tho 1'ri'iu'h convent whom they liiul rivornl churches mild to liu built ou tho same foundation of tho oM churches of Christ. One of thorn was (ho place where Jesus used to preach lo his dlolpiea. I saw with my uytti tho ulll whore llo tntd to aland and tho old floor of tliu old house. Thoy ulw had tln picture of Joaeph nnd his im Jotus mul the tool and saw liloh thuy used. Tbcy look In th picture us If tlw.y wer at work UiU liti.nwiil Tlipy say tlx, pkture-- tout Jl-- oou. o tn-hi- From thuru we cllmbtd tip to iln top of tho Mount of 8L Said ou thu hor-Jtrlaw-ri- i of the city, from ) could see for tnllwi which point and mile around Nauireth The flint thltaj? we tlw wan tho plau where Mary caught up with her roii, Jetmi, whoa ho got away from her It In now a fine otclmrd ami sumim r homo of ho Orthodox Illthop Tlie next wo ww wti the Mount Alliy or tho mount or Prvtlpctatlon. two small inouulnln carry tho same natno In country between the Ru Urn and I'runeh Con v. i.ts They say ChrUt to Hi. (op of them to South of thoe mounts, stand Mt Benin, wbleh cairlwi tho name of Tore-KuuIt la a round mount llku a ball ami wry rocky and roucti On the top ktand two uonw nU- - French ami KuUn. In the plains under ifco blurf ntanda the old village of Nay iiAiua, behind which man da tho Mount of Little Hortnou and behind llerinou stand tho Mount of lsra lilea, all of which am well known In the lllble, ami where ChrUt used to travel and tho country pooplo nround aro nil Mohauunedans. Tho town Is very dirty and Jammed up together, but the buildings DARKETT aro nlco nnd built uptodatc. I nolle-'moat of lw mon nro nnd close to a placo called Tnntoura, a somo of them blind. Tbey say It Is munll town Inhabited by n Jewish col because they raise wi much Sapor Uio town. ony, nnd has a largo glutM factory. Will conUnuo In next letter. Wo left thu sea at this place, golu Your friend, southeast to a placo called Zlminnr-vii- i, A. S. DARKETT also a Jewish colony. On tho rond we trnw tho ruins of Hoveral old towiw. Tho Israelites must have llv-cW. 0. Itnlney wns In Union City there In the tiprlug of thu year, tm ymtertlay. wo noticed the old duns dug In the hugo rocks, some for tho shepherds Mm, J no. Klrkl'ndall U vls.tlng nnd Winn largo dviut fur (ho cattle, Cairo friends. us Unit part or tho country Is fine Harrison Kiuloy and Mrs. Vera Per for pasture. It took us ull day to reach Zlui-m- ry were married Sunday by Rev W ' Is. Jouos. sun wlui ru wo spent tho night. This cJty In a nice llttlo town, owned Arch Pollard, of Tylor, Mo, haa and Inhabited by Kiiropean Jews, and beon visiting 1ils brother John built ou tho Mime 6tylu of our llttlo Klrklndnlt. this weok. medorn towiia In the U. S.,wlth wldo Miss Rub jo Fleming arrived home sJ rents nnd nice lioinen, well furnish estTlny from Uixlngtau where Bite l Wo topK'd at the only dotal, lias been attending kc'hxiI. opera till dy Jowh. Tbo drivers proponed that wo atari I'ercy Jones nas just finisuoii iiap'T- on our Journey two hours before day lug and otherw Iso improving h W cafe light, as tho roads were not yot grnv-eb-- It is now ouo of tho swellost to bo between Zoiiunarsoii und Tool-Kir- found In Hits section of tho stiito a distance of about !& miles It rained ou us all tho way to Nnplus airs s n Ouenn was cnrrll to Mnitt or the road lo this city Is In n N'iimIivIIIo yesterdny lo undergo nil mlxhty lough rmintry and among n oixtloii for a chronic trouble Sho rniijrli peopls, who Inhabit the mouu its nccomiiaulrd by her nclco. Miss (alns of Vaplus Farls Nnlfoh can l.ela Widlaco, nnd Or J M Hubbard 1 (BUSINESS . (i IS DULL IN w CGiWriATION SEATS First in 30 Years. Hon. Walter S. Dickey, of Kansas City, late chairman of the Republican Stato Committee, who refused to accept tho nomlnaUon of his party for United States Senator, was in Hickman last Tuesday on his prlvato yacht. In answer to questions, Mr. Dickey courteously explulnned Uiat ho wan tho President of the Kansas City nnd Missouri River Navigation Co., with 4200 stockholders and $l,2fi0,000 capital, wlilch has lu operation 2 steam ers, 2 tow boats, 2 large steel bargs, li oUicr steel barges under construction. This company has contract with ICO leading merchants of Kansas City to carry their freight on the Missouri River for 7 years. Ho was on his beautiful yacht, "Unlquo" with his family from a month's cruising on tho Gulf, and wan accompanied by the steamer "Chei-tor,- " 230 feet long, rebuilt, now a screw propeller, using fuel oil Instead of coal. Tho "Chester" has a car.io from New Orleans forKausas Clt7, tho first lu thirty years. Mr. Dickey is a strong advocate of d 41 6 one-eye- d "? HUM Hl t fL XL y wz-Zr- s.H?J w it w d V'rM "ULx wm tj 33&w&m'Tfavssafimmm gLa Vi-i- 'VffilBeflliTSil-.Pi'- ' ..- -- SBBWSIRK7WP I r KV ' ' Piir W - 7wlyXmr--r- m jLtwrmtt Ttrmrrr rmimKNnr" :a"r -- - if tn Tjrn In-la- B .. JBIsOtSiU 3C X tHw.w f l i mKupUUB'""1" ' - wjaKMsmmmmsmjmmBmnBm: tm H w d river transportation and put Into the Missouri River Hue. tCLl $50,000 &, a.; .. Vj.jl... Teachers Examination. Tho county and stato teachers' jx- amlnaUon for Fulton county will bo held at tho Court Ilouao In Hickman Jung 16 and 17. ud Ellison Bros. H B Tho examination for colored teachbo held at tho same place Juno 23 and 24. Virginia Lutcn, Supt.' ers will Don't Be Annoyed. a. I B Ii us wee.K we nave naa 1 Water mel lohs Cantelopes Green Ear Corn Green Pepper Squash Cucumbers Green Beans Fresh Tomatoes New Potatoes Grape Fruit Oranges Phone for orders. Both Phones. With skin troubles, chaps, pimples, black heads, ecczma or sores. When one 25c box of Dr. Dell's AntisepUc Salvo will cure you. Try It at once. Rules for Sprinkling. Tho following ordinance la published for tho benefit of persona using water In sprinkling: RULES and REGULATIONS GOVERNING WATER nnd ELECTRIC LIGHTS: Sec. 10. Hose for sprinkling front areas and sldo-walshall be used only from tho 1st of May to tlio 1st of November, from 7 to 3 o'clock in tho morning, from 1 to 2 In the afternoon, and from 5 to 8 Sprinkling o'clock In tho evening. must bo confined to ono's own front, and not extend beyond tho middle of tho street, and to bo within rates 4nch nozzle, must bo only through tho uso of a larger nozzle will subject tho party using it to doublo rates. Uso of a hose Without nozzlo is proGarden (lawn or yard) hibited. Sprinkling Is ono thing. Street Sprlnk ling Is another, and both must not bo Indulged In unless both aro paid for according to rates." Tho foregoing speaks for Itself and It Is needless to say' that what was good for the city Is good enough for . us. PLEASE DE GOVERNED ACCORD INGLY. - ' Throo miles went of Nazareth 1 tho old City uf Saffuiim which U now a Mitall town. ThU place la noted iui tho old home of llnna, autcr of Ma-ry- . i About fifteen pille of Is the ok) city of Safad, aud about twenty mllr wet of Natnnlh on tho Mclltenniieun Sea Is tht an clout city of Aero and southwest bout thirty in lies Is Uin old city of Haifa, In the plains under tho bluff of Mt. Cairo! The nurieut mount la noted for the groat occaitlou that took placo on I in highest head where Uod called upon Abraham to take lit only ami beloved non, Isaac, to tho tup of Ml Cariucl ami build an ultur and offer him an a sacrifice to tho Ixird Ou that spot Htand a great content in the hands of Greek Orthoin-rlNax-aroU- m ; m H the city and went to tho church where I hrlst held tho service of the sacred supper, wft Uieu went bock to the hotel nnl spqnt thu night. Next morning we got In our earrlajio aud Marled to Haifa. For a fow iiiIIoh llu road M hilly, then wo got to the famous plain Tho bind u eel iwyon of pleaao fur mllen Through It runs Ui-railroad from HnlfA to Damascus All the land In thla phlu Is very fortlb. and moKt of It Is owned by a fow rich men of lleyrouth, Hnlfn, Aero, Java and Naiareth If that land voa near Ilkkuuin It would bu worth nt leoM 50.0UO,000. Tho llttlo nro ocattcred all over and all Around It and on tho mounts surround Ins (ho plains. After getting to tho lower edgo of tho plain wo went In nu old foroiit owned by a man named Salum Khourlo, afU)r which wo goi to tho plains or Haifa, n dlstanco of ut liuHt ten miles. It Is very flue funning country nnd on tho shoreu of the Ben. They have flno orchnnls of oranges, lemons, da ten und other flno frulU that are very dollcloua. It (. .1 ou nliout them bettor than I, as took u nearly flvo hours to get to he used to trnvel through hero quill Haifa. Tho city of Haifa Is a town a pood dial Tho fanners look to bo of tho ancient Utile and hn boeiv Miy ioor nnd needy, but from tho time and okbIii In wnr time. looks or the farms they work hard. Today It Is called a largo city, aa it TJiey give special attention to raising Tho now build olive tree nnd it acorns that tho Is bulldliiK tin rapidly Ink's and streets aro as nlco n Uiwo who'e country Is well covered wlU) s In America. A grmt numbor of Ukiii. For fifty mllea nothing Is io AOttlcil hero and purchased laud he seen but ollvo trecu. This year In nnd around Haifa and all klniU of nil the trees nro bearing and 1 don't property slnco they c,nme hero, nnd eo how thoy nro gohiK to gather tht beenmo tho bost farmers In that coun- frullfaud enrry It to tho mill ami usj try, using tho latent farming linplo-nion- UiAseet oil this year. Tho price of ro la as high ns It was ovur Tho population of Haifa Is wn In tho history of tho country. about fifty or elxt); thousand jM.'oplo, mostly Jews and fouio Mohammed UJK Wo cot to our slopping placo In nnd Christian. Nnplus nliout 3 o'clock In tho afterAs wo did not havo much tli 4im Nnplus Is ono of tho oldest of spend In Haifa, wo drove on towards noon. Ita Inhabitants .tro Syrian cities. Jerusalem. Wo drove nlonc tho son mostly Mohammedaii8, with a fow shoro from Hnlfn lo Java We soon Christians but an Kngllsh got to a point called tho old fort of Jews apd Mutaeorl- tho Island of Bttoet, supposed to havo h03pltnl Tlio city hi tho ! been built before ChrUt. Wo drovo flat dual of thu Mutasorlf of Naplui, Kbn-AmlJ Oor-man- dox. We wont down Into B HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO., J. T. Dillon, Mgr. We get in fresh stuff almost every day. T I fl 1 x Ellison Bros. h We're Opposed to Mail Order Concerns Because hate nnrcr contributed cent to iuitlicung llie inteicsti of out town Evrry cent rrcclved by them flora t!m community ii dure! low to out intrclianl. In almoit 1 Thy evny cms ihrir I. 11 Rellly. of Moscow nnd Mrs Robecca Scott McHrldor Hickman, wero united In tDiirrljiKb nt the home of C II Hammock In Uils city Sunday afternoon, Rov II. Slberoll, offl- rlnting. noth are popular nnd well known pcoplo, nnd tho Courier Joins their many friends in extending congratulations nnd best wlshoa. Fulton is holding her own In tha Ivitty League nnd thut Is n whole I'ndu-calot better than fcomo expected begins a scries of three games at Fulton today and Viueenues will bo there next week. L. P. Kllisou and wlfo will leave tonight for LoulsVlllo to epond n fow days. From thoro they go to Now York, Washington aud other cities Cam Williams ami Miss Jessio Kirk by Rov. W. lu tho East. wero mnrrlcd Juno HUi, I.. King. Tho groom Is n son of WilRev. II Slberoll nnd wlfo returned lis Williams, of tho Urowiisvllle vi- Saturday from Cape Girardeau, Mo., cinity. Doth aro well known young wlmro thoy nttondod tho Missouri people Statu Christian Missionary ConvenMrs. Clias. M. Johnsey and little daughter, of Shannon, Miss., uro tho guests of Mrs. W. A. Nnylor. Mrs Nay lor will give a Rook party this In compliment to her visitor tion. Revival aonlcca at East Hickman Chapel closed Inst Tuosdy night Rev Wltsou. pastor of the First MoUiodlst t'hurch, In planning for tho meeting, engaged u tent to be sent from Hld-lesouth of Tlptonvllle. On the 3rd of thU mon'tli Rov. Norman, of Rldg-loshipped tlio tent from Roelfoot hv boat for tho mooting- to begin, on Monday evening, the Gth. It reached Hickman Monday night, Just as tho mooting closed. Tho preachow and leoplo wcra much dlscomfltted by this mishap, but thoy held s.orvlcen lu tho chnpol and necompllshod much good, it Is thought, though Uicro wero but fow conversions. y, M nliout deUy in if ccinnp gootli fJ and the pofuliihty ol muulrj M in lining oiurri. But The nttuial human liail it to buy where goods ate clieacst. Local pride u usually vcond-ai- y in the game ol IJe at played today. Therefore i Mr. Mnchant and Rutineis Man, meet your compctitoit with tlifir own weapons adtcitising. Advertise! field is yputs. AH you tKed do is to avail yourself ol I lie opportunities oneird. An advertisement in thu paper will cany youi roesia into liuniliedsol lioioes in ilia com. It is the surest medium munily ol tilling our greatest com. petitor. A space this sua U . ... aa.. ...u mu ium wwii. xvuia iu, MI ... .Ksut ;. .,w ... The local Harry Kkdall, cashier of tho First J. L. Robliibon and wlfo will arrivo hero today rroni Now Orloaus to bo National Unnkat Fultoii, Judge Carr hdher Fultonltce, atthe guests of her sister, Mis. S.M. J. R. Mllner tended tho shoonBPfe Monday. Nalfeh. LutJier Roberts will leavo In a short . aaVas. time for Athcston, "JiiiJatMrii'SiaUI II I " jfiM .aVaaar La home. r We have somo now things In furIco Doxes and Rofrlgorators. St. Louis Furnishing Co. "sells it for niture this season. Hickman Furni1668." ture Co, i3n H42alHaVaaaHaaa?laaaaaaaaM H H H2L.aaiaMfllfllavaflaWlaVaaaaaaV .. I g L. J ctfiav katt ;T- - J -- SST " l.j pf" tr i itiitui j j . .. a. .... MEXICAN FOES IPOST SUIT THROWN OUT Courier Want Column REfES UNITES ItATKS One Cent pnrWonl per Wwk UmIi In AUvnnce. " iM ..!"! Vs. ilnliili lull J. ' 11 .'. S88 K S DEMURRER TO PREVENT CLOSED SHOP SUSTAINED. uck's Company and Labor Federation, on Demurrer, Contended Court Had No Jurisdiction. St. Louis, June 13. The slut of Charles W. Post or Washington, D. C, against the American federation f Labor and the Duck's Stovo and Kaage company, was dismissed In tho "United States circuit court by Judge D. T. Dyer on a demurrer to the bill Bled by the defendants. Post asked ita Injunction restraining the labor and the stove company Crom carrying out the terms of the sjcl9sejj. shop agreement entered Into 'following .the death of J. W. Van Cleave, president of the Duck's company, and he also asked $750,000 damages against the labor organization. Tho suit for damages was tiled under a section of the Sherman act. The defendants asked the dismissal of the, bill, on the ground that tho suit was multifarious. They contended also the court did not have Jurisdiction and that Past, as a resident of the District of Columbia, Bhonld havo brought action there, as It was not a emit between cltliens of different FOR SALE My homo In Hickman. Good milk cows. W. Jas. Houaloy. FOR SALE: D. McGehee. tfo ANNOUNCEMENT HE WONT RUN FOR PRE3IDENT CLEARS POLITICAL SITUATION. The Seal of Approval . FOR SALE: Good brood and work maro and mule colt. Wilson D. Illco, Route 3, Hickman. 3p FOR SALE: Two houses and lots Woat Hickman; both have four rooms, and good cisterns. I. T. Pro-voIn From all who have inspected WILL SUPPORT MADER0 P 4c FOR SALE: Good Deorlng Mower and iluke, nearly new. Also 4000 'or 6000 feet of rough lumber. F. R. Lut-trel- Clentlflco Leaders of Old Diaz Party Cast About for New Candidate for the November Election. Mexico City, Juno 13. The political situation ln Mexico was greatly cleared as a result of tho official announcement of Gen. Uernardo He) us that he would not be a candidate for th eprcsldency of Mexico to siu'ceed Jones' . O No. 2 l. The Swellest Restaurant be found in this section of the state. It is finished in golden oak with private dining room, writing and rending room, telephones, electric funs, etc., and absolutely sanitary throughout. We have tried to make all arrangements for the convenience of our patrons, and invite you to inspect the place. Regular meals will be served everything in season as well as short orders. A full line of confections, soft drinks and tobaccos will be carried. Prices reasonable. We invite the patronage of both ladies and gentlemen. FOR SALE: Threo Rod Polled Thoroughbred Registered Dull calves. Dodds & DeUow, 2 miles east of Hickman. states. STIMSON WILLING TO TALK War Secretary Resents Attitude Sugar Fraud Investigators Too Much Politics. of New York. Juno 13. Henry L. Stlm-on- , secretary of war and formerly United States district attorney at Now York, talked about the congressional Investigation into the sugar fraud eases. He was at his country home at Huntington. "Why don't the investigating committee call me?" ho said. "If they want to stop playing politics and And out the truth, why do they not call the men who made the settlement" It bad been reported from Washington that the testimony of District Attorney Wise placed the responsibility for a compromise settlement with the sugar trust upon his predecessor. "I had nothing to do with the settlement," Mr. Wise is quoted as testify-in"It was handled by District Attorney Stlmson Just before I took Personally, I believe i n exacting the pound of flesh against every YtoUtor of the customs laws, large and mall. I would exact the penalty; 1 would forfeit the goods and I would I do that also collect tho duties. rwhenever it is possible." g. or-ifl- Do la Hurra, and calling upou all citiFOR SALE: Full blooded Rhodo zens to support Francisco I. M.uloro, Island Red pullets $6 per dozou. Jr. Orderr at onco. Ellen Darnott, homo Leaders of the Ciontlfico party wore phono 7C-excited over the outlook and lost no 3c. time in seeking another candidate STRAYED: Dlack horso mulo. Uft who will represent tho old Diaz purty eye out, 14 hands high, branded at tho polls. Genoral Roycs maniJ. D. loft hip. Notify A. M. Tyler festo fell upon them like a bolt from tho sky. coining In a wholly unexpectand recelvo reward. tf ed manner, as he had announced at MARES FOR SALE: A few good itavana that he would be a candidate. Political students are of the opinion Drood and Work Mnres on eusy terms Also a few Milk Cows with jouue that tho declaration of Gen. Reyes will go far In healing the breach beralves. S. L. DODDS. tween the Insurrecto chief and the military party. FOR SALE: I have two Royes manifesto followed a meetbucks. G or G buck lambs for sale ing between himself and Madero, at Price reasonable; thoroughbred E which many phases of the political sitC. Carter, Route 3, Hickman. 4p uation were discussed in detail, la LOST. Slender bay mare mule, C summing up uls attitude, Reyes de clares Mexico must show America and old, 10 handa high. No mark Europe that she Is capable or reorganixcept light hair brand on loft Jaw ization after the widespread Iteward or $25 for her return. C. T nondurant, Hickman. 3c PERCY JONES, Prop. W. T. PENDLETON, Manager. gggga Frew leu Wnlcr FOR SALE: 40 acres Improved land good location for truck farm, .3' mile from Hickman, near DyersUurK road; Hlng springs, cistern, young orchard and good buildings. For further particulars see J. n. Graham, route 2. WANTED: To buy G000 coupons from "Everybody's" coffees, baking powders, extracts, teas ami spices. In lots of 25 or more. Highest cosh prlco paid. Apply lu writing to Dox 75, Hardwell, Ky. 4c U FOUR GIRLS DROWNED .VBi Tho now flxtureti at Helm & Elll Five Other Oooupants of Lake Craft son's drug store. Installed tlila wwk. Have Narrow Escape Near are certainly namlsomo, nd wouKl do Appleton, Wis. credit to a town five times as large Appleton, Wis., June 13. Four girls as Hlckinun. They are finished in s were drowned and Ave other golden oak of elegant design and with of a small sailboat narrowly es them Is the largest mirror ever teemed when a squall struck the craft brought to Hickman. Their growing Little Lake Duttes des Morts and capsized It. The victims were mem- - business lias necepsltnted this upto-la(- e outfit. Iters of a plonlo party gtven by a dry (goods store. Go carts, hammocks and porch The remainder of tho party was 'obliged to stand helplessly by on the swings. St. Louis Furnishing Co. shore of Stroebe's Island, only a short "sells it for leas." distance away, and witness the drownMrs. R. H. Johnson left For Nashing. The dead are Miss Elizabeth UNCEASING MISERY. SLAYS OVER HIS WIFE ville Tuesday, to spend a few days. Geneen, Ktmberly; Miss Gertrude Kusoael, Appleton; Miss Madge Drll- Tako that prescription lo Helm 4 Hast, Buchanan; Miss Ruth Pollock, Hickman Kidney Sufferers Get Little Harry Smith, Negro, Shoots John Ellison. Pure drugs, quick service, Cook, Who, He Says, Was In His Appleton. Rest or Comfort. I rensoiiahla prices. Home an Unwaloome Guest, Brothers Drown at Des Moines. , There la little sleep, Utile rest, lit-llHarry Smith, 2G29 Lucas avenue, Des Moines, la., June 13. Garrett peaco for the sufferer from kidney shot and killed John Cook, 2G19 Lucas and Martin Hankie, brothors, aged 23 tand 25, respectively, were drowned In trouble. Life Is ouo continual rouud avenue, after a quarrel over Cook's the Raccoon river near the city limits. of pain. You can't rest at ulght with attentions to Mrs. Smith. Doth are negroes. Craiaps caused both deaths. J. A. a bad back, with twinges and "stabs" :Etey( who bad been swimming with of pain, Sntlth told tho police Cook paid too with annoying urinary disor- much attention to his wife, the youths, was forced to strike one ders, and that backaches, lameness and nerv when he returned home he found him 'erf them, who had secured a death .grip on his throat while he was at ousness. You cau't be comfortable at In his homo. Smith was locked up at the Dayton temptlag a rosoue. Both bodies have vork with darting pains and blinding dizzy spells. Neglect these ailments atreot station. Cook's body was taken beta recovered. and serious troubles follow. Begin to the morgue. using Doan's Kidney Pills at the first EdwJn Fuqua and Dr. Moores wcro sign of disorder. You will work betFree Ico Water at II. E. Curlln'a. here from Union City yesterday to ter as the kidueys get better, rest receive a new auto shipped hero from butter as your back grows stronger. For Steam Cleaning and Prcnslug, Nashville. phono 195. Pioof lu Hickman testimony: C. A. Watson, of Hickman. Ky.. H. C. Durch, who is now iu charge Jnke Glbbs and Dick Edwards, of of the Singer Mg. Company's new says: "For some time I was a vic- Union City, participated in tho shoot lumber yards there, orders his Cour- tim of kidney complaint. There were this week. pains In tno small of my back, which ier changed to Truman, Ark. MIhh Mary Polhamus, of Doreu.i, were always more severe when I' , The contract for the now Dyersburg stooped, or lifted. My back ached at and Miss Lollta of East jiostoffice was let Saturday by tho night and when 1 arose In the mornMisses Light and Carrie government, Roger & Kaiser, of Chi- ing, I was very lame. I became tired Rcid tills week. cago, being the successful bidders. and occasionally suffered from nervTwo lives were lost in a fire early Work Is to begin Juno 19, and the ous spells. Headaches bothered me contract calls for the completion of and I was subject to dizzy spells dur- Sundy morning which destroyed one the building on or before Julyl, 1912. ing which there was a blurring of my of tho oldest land marks in Cairo. The building with Its furnishings will sight. When I caught cold, It settled Tho flro was at the boarding house of Mrs. Ida Hogan at 12th and Popcost $50,000. on my kidneys and at such times, tho passages of the kidney secretions be- lar streets. Tho two who lost their lives wero Axel Gorgson, a brick ma came too frequent. This weakness Ann nnH D.i-nl- l Tllfmvt n 4M.nll... ' ' '. was particularly annoying during tho i nuin- - Bth "'"" roomers at tho aiuv night and I was often forced to arlso ,7 , , ",'" Am-brosl- o occu-'panto mining babies always have a h.ird time of It when this process occurs iu hot Heather They not only liuve to contend with painful gums but the stomach U disordered, bowels looxo and tho body MADER0STARTSCAMPA1GN The bint help ou can uncomfortnble. give the little sufferer U McGEH'S 11AUY ELIXIR. After Satisfactory Conference With It corrects sour stomach, cools and quiets the bowels and helps digest-Io- n Gen. Reyes, Insurrecto Leader I'rlco 25c, and f.Oc per bottle. Makes Trip Through South. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. C Mexico City, June 13. With the public announcements of Gen. Reyes 8hould Have Heeded Alarm. and President dt la Daxra that they Because It had lied to him before, would accept the portfolios of foreign relations and war in the cabinet of James L Ocden of Newark refused to believe the burglar alarm In his Tranclsco I. Madtro should he be liouv) recently, and now he Is mournelected president October 8, the forof mer rebel leader feels his chief work ing tho loss or several hundred dolsilverware. Several la the capital is accomplished, and lars' worth times will leave for a ftve-dtrip through Ogdon within the last fiw months has been awakened by tho the South. He will review the troops burglar alarm. Each tltno ho looked or the army or the south under A Figueroa, sad make spoechos ror a burglar but round nono. in dozens or towns, lu tba states or short Ume ago be learned that the Guerrero and Morelos, where he Is not alarm was net off by Jarring of as well known as In other parts or the) passing trolley cars. When aroused republic. Tho Intended collaboration the other night by the ringing of tho or Reyes, Do la Harra and Madero "for alarm, he heard the rumblo of a trolthe best Interests ef the country" ley car and decided that the car was seem to give the political situation n responsible ror the alarm, so ho Just more definite turn than It has had in reached out or bed, stopped the gong, some time. The conforetvee following and went to sleep again. Next morntho meeting of the throe men was to ing it was discovered that a pane or cordial that Gen. Reyes and Snor glass had been cut out or a window and that the sllverwaro wan gone. Madero left the castle in the same ay at II B Curllu'a. Work called ror and whri- - in the oUy l'eerlfwA rUuitlnc & Pressing Co. ni. Strain The little iwtn or Soth I'ttwItL ouUi or town, turn been quite 111, threatened wHli fippendlcllk, but l tonvnleiH"-luMnnagar Owm th g Xife DoaileProtectwii -- Inrttrin iu thai 'he In, CliHilHtiKiud TefcipbulM Co. will eu til- entire system HriM llkikumn. begin ninff next month. Whits promlng havt a4artd a cloth- Mtnbllumetit wenjt of Job Shop. r t nbnut $tto or flOO whloh Inks plnew of the liaixl matin and tho lallor'a Fire departments are necessary amj BiMW " IHie iiiiw eoirtwrn will ! uve much property, but they eaiinot known a tlie (Wife Clean-Mibe relied upon always. Although t,ey and I'rwnim; Co may put out the (Ire, water may d0 as much damage as the fire. Lro Xaturtlny exenlng. Mm J. Thotn-aInsurance protects you against tho David Koger. of I'mlu and Mr loss by (Ire as well as mil. and Mlwt Ikrlle Mror. of Jaek water damage. A (Ire the loss by y Insurance on. Turn . wore the hoiionitw of a In a reliable company with a ep. deHghtrul bridge party RHrn by Mhu (or (air dealing and ron,pt. Vlnlntn 1'rntlie.r. Crwim and onk utatlon nets Is your best protection. Ws rep were seneil. Tti Riinsts v. ere i ( Roger. Thomaa. ami Mhu Mer- 'eient only such companies. cer awl MetHlamea A. M. Tyler, J. M, R. T. TYLER, Agent llublmnl, W. II. Ilallaer. C. I'. MolJle I'nither, K. H. Hllhon. L. I. Kllutuu. Henry Sanger, A. K. Lush Cole cuino up from llempltls Kenmily. and Mlwwm Marl llrwnrd, Monday to spend a few dnjl It U Ilonnle t'nrpeiitor. Inez Lnteii, ItuUi probnblu Hint h wil remain (n Hick Klllnon iiihI Annie Cowjrlll man ' Inrgtt steam pruMliu: maahtn Thy have u nutting 8lm k n j0-Ic- Me-dm- Shu-nml- " ' iTffl Look Here, Men ! Your Next i Pair of Oxfords (j Are Here That's what you'll say when you see the new Oxfords)! Brj-ant- have just received in tans, gun metal and patent leathc: made up in the new high toe and heel, button and bl cher. If you are looking for shoe3 with style, comfrit and service at popular prices, let me show you a pairiftf burrow, Jones & Dyer full vamp shoes. """" Sweet Potato Slips Old Time Yams and Queens v. cemetery are requested to hand In H F fWlm 'nd lis ii an ' at onco their donation 4o pay ror Hickman, or phone or write H. For sale by all dealers. Prlco 60c. Cleaning off tho cemetery grounds. Co., Buffalo, N. Y., Ttho ilnan.ee committee Is composed of L. Curlin, , Woodland Mills, ' agents ror tne umtea u races. , nr; .. JJJ. O. Hondrex, E. O, Maddox, L. H. loi9 1 nrAra taiUU I'lliB, I procured a box at niuui: Helm & Ellison's Drug Storo and two days after using them I received ro ller. After I had taken tho contents of tho box, I was cured. I never lose an opportunity to recommend Doan's Kidney Pills to other kidney sufferors shall always keep them in tho .,., .,, ' ro broko out. Examination shows that Gorgson was suffocated whlio ho wad nsleep, and Hibert wbh auffocatrJ when ho tho houso In an effort to secure 80 ho liad In his clothing. Those Interested in Poplar Grove tan uuiiuu mgu toe ana neei jxrorc in just the exact style that you want; also the good anp easy rubber side slippers at $ .60 a pair. 1 1 . nw Foator-Mllbur- n - "' --- UI o Bacon and Price Henry. . G. B. Threl- r PrWeat. -f- i c- L - 'ir-- , J!M- - ;A- - tixrin si rs t 4as. Improving Office Bldg. D. T. Davis Is making extensive repairs on tho Davis building, Including a brick extension on tho ill south and now glass front. Tho entire lower floor with tho exception of ono small offlco will bo occupied by the Courier plant. Tho brick annex, which has been used for press and stock room for the paior, will bo occupied by III Harris & Kennedy, In which they will put a dry cleaning establishment In connection with tho Hlckmnn Steam laundry. The machinery costing moro than $1,000, has been ordered and will bo hero In n fow days. It will bo ono of tho finest plants of tho kind In Kentucky. Of course, this menus another Industry for Hlckmnn, and should rocclvo local patronago. la view of tho fact, tho Courier offlco look ltko it might havo been hit by a Kansas cyclone, apologies for tho shortcomings of tho paper for Jiu next- two weeks are In order. - SCREEN DOORS New Stock New Patterns Low Prices Buy Now I HOW MIS SI. V DANK TUNITIES HJI'E rOV A BUSINESS M.I NT orroR f rCa ing Tii.tr only HAT ACCOUNT i GH'ES MEANS CRfD-IAND THE CHANCE TO IMPROVE EACH OrPORTCNITT LET THIS CumHi. ' TOV'K JIANK'C D m Avr $32500221 HICKMAN BANK AMO TRUST CO. L C,pit.,l j50.00020i7o W. n -- JBLm Dodds - Council Proceedings a .. $2710 Jno Wright, street work . $79 10 Report of City Treasurer, for May 1911. General Fund Account. June Mb. 1U11 report $182 60 Council mot In regular iwasion, pros To bal. per April Sohlenk- - To amt. reed. J. It. Wright.. 22C76 tut CouncUmeti Islur. ir I'owcll on J Shuroto. $709.31 Mayor Dillon helng absent, on mo checks iwifd during May . ClOdO tion Councilman Isler waa appointed Mayor pio Wm. $ 99.31 Minute or last regular meeting Hal. to credit this account approved ami read nnd on motion Water &. Light Dond Acct. No chatiKO since lost ro.tort, balance rtia following account were pro- - $208.C9. W. C. Johnson, Clly Treaa. eenUd. properly approved and on mo tion allowed and checks ordered la- Tho Clerk reported that ho bad exeaucd for amount: following deeds to Cemecuted-tho J T Dillon, chairs for opura house tery Lota and that ho holds Bupt. flGOO Tom Dillon, 8r., receipt for same: Hickman Courier, printing. .120.60 Kannlo Atkinson, col., I.ot 601 in lied Star Mfg Co . disinfectant 18 WOO Colored City Cemotory, slio of lot xSO feet, consideration $9. Hickman Tin & I'lumbliifi Co., work W. C. Chambers, lot 319 In City on main ion. up by Cemetery, slzo of lot 18x20 feet, conWeil Tenn Orate! Co. gravel J3C60 sideration, $28.80. J A Noonon, dlotlug prisoner.. On motion tho foregoing reports were received, ordered spread upon the records, published and filed. J. 1". Cuslck, 8exlon of Cemetery, tendered bis resignation, and on motion name wuh accepted, and appoint-inon- t Parties having wiring douo, or mak of his uoc8or deferred. In Uiolr wlrlug, ing any change On motion thu Marshnl was Inmutt hato a permit from tbla com structed to put in good repair the pany. In order rbat our record will bridge eroding tliu ravine to dour-ley'- s Hbow tbu consumption. Addition In tbo rear of II. M. The reason for tbla I obvious, oa Inlur'H property. wo havu tranaformera that reduce Uio On motion tho Finance Committee current, and to overload ouo of those was Instructed to Investigate tbo cost will mean a burnout, entailing n con- of putting down a wntor main on 4th siderable losa to till com puny. street, and uscertalu If arrangements Any electrician tapping our lines ran bo made to borrow the money t, 01 making n chauKu, without a por-ml- with which to do Uiu work. immediately prosecuted will bo Tbo following ordinance which was to tho fullest cxtont of thu law. Introduced at the last regular meetHICKMAN ICH ft COAL CO., ing was again read and on motion J. T. Dillon, Mgr. regularly passed by thu affirmative vote of tho five Couuellmcn present. If you have tho Itch, don't wrntcli. Huld ordluunce Is In words and figIt does not euro tho troublo and makua ures as follows, tho skill bleed. Apply MALLARD'S Tho City Council of tho City of Hub It In gently SNOW UUIMKNT on tho offocted parts, it rolloves Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follows: Itching Instantly and n fow applicaThat a concrete sldo walk 4 feet tions removes thu cauBo thus perform wide, and a concrete curb Is deemed I'rlco 26c,60c necessary abutting on tho following lug a permanout cure and $1.00 per bottlo. Bold by Hicklots oa tho following stroots In Weat C man Drug Co. Hickman, Ky., nnd samo are hereby ordorcd to bo built or put down at tho expense of tho owners of tho land or lots fronting or abutting on said streets In proportion to tho front ngo thereof, Ou tho west sldo of Fulton stroct from Markot Street to Brooklyn at., We have just added abutting on lot No. 138. the famous On tbo north sldo of llrooklyn st., from tho SB cornor of Lot No. 138 to tho SB cornor of lot No. 130, on Lots Nos. 137 and 138. On west side of Droadwny st., from Lftlctt st. to Man- - St., abutting on lino. If vnnwf- 1 1 j- lsn. srudt-r..$l3.t- 5 WARNING! H. P. Johnson tolls us that ho has shipped 15 cars of cattlo from Cayco during tho post thirty days. II. P. Is a hustler and has tho happy faculty of pleasing tboso with whom ho deals Uut bad you ever stopped to think Hickman shauld havo a small packing houso to handle Fulton county's sur plus stock? Isn't It folly for us to pay tho freight both ways on tho meat wo cat, nnd pay somebody In St Louis to dross It for us? That'a what we do. And tho worst fcaturo U they keop tho cholco meat nnd oeud us culls. Wo are a set of chumps for permitting such a situa tion to exist. Let's do our own butch On tho east and west sldo of Ash- orlug wive n big freight bill and get land st , from Catlott fit. to Marr St., better meat by starting a packing houaV right hero at Hickman. abutting on lota 223, 248, 224, 247. On west side of Walnut street from Catlett st. to Mnrr st., abutting on Don't Experiment With a Cough lots Nos. 230, 241. When Dr. Hell's has On Bast sldo of Broadway st from been used by millions of people for abutting on sixteen years with a steady Increas Catlett sL to Marr St., ing demand. Look for tbo Dell on lots Nos. 217, 264. 8 And that said concrete walks and tho Uottlo. curbing bo mado or put down In work and material In good workmanFOR SALE: Four store rooms, 1 like order. room residence, all ou Moscow avo Tho owners of said lots aru hereby Good locations for business, prices o havo said walks and reasonable. Would llko to soil all directed curbing put down within 30 days after ut ono deal. Frank Thompson. 4c the passago of this ordinance ns herein provided, and upon their so falling to do so, the street commissioner Is hereby directed to procoed to havo said walks and curbing con structcd at tho expense of the property owners respectively In proportion to tho froiiUgo of tho lots, by letting contracts for thu samo to tho lowest and best bidder, after advertising tho tlmo, place and terms of samo for two weeks in tho Hickman Courier and by notices posted up In threo or mora public places In tho vicinity of said work. The costs and oxponaes of said work, when so dona by tho contract, to bo a lien upon tho property. Attest: H. C. Holm, City Clork. Tom Dillon, Sr., Mayor. Tho following ordinance which wo Introduced at the last regular meeting was again read, and ou motion was regularly passed by tho affirmant o tote of tho flvu Couucllmeu present Said ordluniico U In wordB und fig ures as follows: Tho City Council of tbo City of Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follows. That a concrete curb Is doe mod necessary ou east and west sldo of Troy avenuo from Moscow avouuo to Holly st., In East Hickman, Ky., In front of lots Nos. 1, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, III T. J. Malono spent Tuesday In ion City. Miss Un- Miss Azllee Ray writes to have her Courier sent to nrfehton, Ark. Mrs. J. A. Grlzzard, of Jacksonville, Fla., is visiting Mrs. Swan Durrus. Jessie Outtcn was in Union City Tuesday. Fly time Is here; get screen doors Tho first watermelons of the seaat Reynolds Moss & Co. son wero on tho local market Tuesday Tho roof on Mehgel Box Co.'s water tank burned off Monday. W. N. nnd Wayno Estes, of Martin, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. S. 1). Mrs. Kato Parkman loft for Fulton, Hurrus. Tuesday after a visit with her brothAtty. W. J. McMurry has moved er, E. P. Wright from the Davis building to now offlco This Is "wall paper" time. Let us quarters in tho LaCledo building. show you the prettiest lino you ever Mrs. Belle Morcer left Tuesday for saw. Fctho & French. Kokomo, Ind., after a pleasant visit Mrs. W. N. Brasfleld, of Dresden, with Mrs. Allco Amberg and othr arrived here this week to spend tho Hickman friends. summor with her daughter, Mrs. Swan, Hickman Baptist Church, Sunday, Burrus. June 18: Sunday School at 10 a. m. o Preaching nt 11 o'clock. Evening Mrs. R. S. Murroll and little grandnt 8 o'clock. Wo extend a cor- daughter, Miss Murroll Scott, arrived dial Invitation to all. Spurgeon Win-go- , hero Tuesday from Louisville, to visit Pastor. relatives. ser-vle- Don't forget wo have the best lino of matrcsses. Hickman Furniture Co yy 2y s - I Helping HNb to-wi- t: 2C, 27, 28, 29, 30. 31, 32, 43. 44. 45. CO. CC 07 10, 47, 43, 49,60,01,52,03.61 CS. C9. 70 hi Ulock 1: and Nos. 94, 95, 9C, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102. 103. 101. 105. IOC. 107. 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 110, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120. 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 123. 129 In Ulock 3. tva-ir-al- id Dictates the Quality of Your VU f jiiucb luijr or. me Leather Trust ? ' j -- 1 Vi I keep on buying shoes xpxfc of t It is for you Our New Roofing to-wi-t: Bull Dog Roofing tomir dun jrafPfflStor. , . .. . T1M0i.n a. If you have one now t i Syou save in a single season on buy you a good one. INCORPORATED i,'i' null u a "niwiini tMAN FURNITURE CO. IRS t t Next Door to Post Uttice. And that all of said concrete curb ing bo mado or put down In material In good workman Ilka order. Tho owners of said lota are hereby directed to have said curling put down within 30 days after tho pass-ag- o of tills ordinance as herein provided, and upon their fallbg to do so, tho Stroot Commissioner Is hero-bdirected to proceed to iavo said curbing constructed at thf oxpenso of tho property owners respectively In proportion to tho frontajo of tho lota, by lotting contracts for ,ho samo to tho lowest and best blddr, after advertising tho time, piaco nad tho terms of Bamo for two wecis by publication In tho Hickman Cmricr and by notices nosted nn In three 0VCVnBtk-'lnlui.JUl.ln (, vIMlltv - ov ci.... .. .,.. who wns drowned Sunday s lald tooth nend nonr Cairo, whllo In swim-- on mlng. Tho mother of Uio boy went with to Columhus and mado tho idcntltl- - has solvt cation, but tho body was In no con- - lad to dlUon. to bo moved, and no effort will Ing. Its a" bo mado to move tho remains until people and patronago. noxt fall or winter. y "Or shoes made by the only manufacturers in this country who own their own tanneries and tan the leather they put into their shoes, independent of the Leather Trust. These independent shoes are Endicoll-Jolmso- u shoes. You can net I hem from a. representative dealer ritfht here in this town. " J!,ii(Iicolt-.loliiiso- liastyj)rpccssis under the domination of the Leather Trust the shprrwearer to decide whether you will poor leather, tanned by cheap and n have licen buying. 'any other shoe. They arc made of leather that you simply cannot get in shoes tvill give you more wear tlinn (lie best sliocs you i Emlicoll-Jnhu.so- n shoes save you 50 cents to $1.00 on every They reach your home dealer direct from the factory no profits to Trusts or middlemen. Just try the shoes for yourself. For dress and business wear, you want the ENOWKLL (Goodyear Well) retailing at $:i.00, $3.o0 and $1.00. KNDWHLL shoes combine perfect foot comfort willi nil the little modish touches that n mnn wants in his shoes. Two hundred styles a full range of lasts every width of toe all the colors of leather. The name is stamped on every shoe Furthermore, pair. jm .ra" ENDWELL SULLIVAN BROS. .,., inn lV . XV? 1 a Shoe buyers who ii vc onisiuc uie cuy wnere Uho carry END WELL shoes liy writing to t'.niiicolt, Johnson ..,. .. paper is punnsncd ran learn tuo names oi mcir name . tc dnn. J&mucky to., liiulicott, N. deal J .. V:l I . .iJ ' MMartaan jft'J mi ! R M r1.. ,uv,,uu 111 ir.i .1 i a : : : : : : f; The Courier's Weekly Sermon Yba Should Ey. Lump Coal JEWISH PARADISE NOT THE CHRISTIAN'S New The Everything You Wani gaaafaTJHHHilllHHBBHBllBBlBHBBBaBBBBBBBJ as-- a See Us Hustle! when we get a call for plumbing work. We know that a little damage doesn't take long to grow into a big one if neglected. Sejwe get right on the job with the idea of saving you trouble and money, so that the next time you need a plumber you'll call : : : : : : : 4 ffff 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 Hcinz's, 57 varieties. HEAVEN. Interpretation. Let me save ou money on your ioaI. A Biblical STAHR STEVE PHi'NES BOTH faileu nsleep. tures. declared to hi These all sloop So It was with David tomb. They In the Illblc hell -- in are all iinconwcloin; i the Scriptures dii lare. "The dead now not anything: their soni cod to honor and come to dla the know It not; tl w ive It not of Iniiior and they them " "There U uei' r wisdom nor Acul. hell, the knowledge nor device grave, whither thou .nt"-wult- her nil go (Job xlv. 21; ft tilamea ii. lOi My Soul In "Thou Wilt Not Lev Shtol." Tbe Prophet I)ald d clarcd hla faith In a resurrection of It) dead when he wrote. 'Thou wilt not eive My soul in hell (nAriif. the grnvei. imr suffer Thine llnl One to eo con iIhii" (ISalni i calln xrl DM St Peter ..i II. nir Nttftilluii to tin fuel ttiHl (he Proi'hrt Ihirtil did hii .rruitlun and Imt III lieiee llirit IhN "tlllen ill that the recti rt I in Ii1nie4r Imt n mhii nf Jhiih wtt left In "' itin-eAiiitoi: and h lltlonull). Hint lite Hextl nt lelH MM- - IH't sllowisl t i . 'i'l-ai' Will It Dissolve Our Theological Clouds and Refresh Us in a Clearer Light? PASTOR RUSSELL'S EXPOSITION St. Louis. Mo, June 11. Pastor preached Itmiell hero twice todny to great audiences. It n t h mid reason Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. onus. "Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. SAW NAPOLEON BONAPARTE MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74: Both Phones Mo. 75 A. M. TYLER Attorney t-Law (Sit and Nolar Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. HioltiMnn, Ky. Office with Judge B. T. Davis . KELLY SMITh JHttorncyaULaw Clinton, Kentucky Oncltnlh ef U fees lo ChrtstUnltt. i. business Directory -- ASK FOR RATES- - W. J. McMURRY Attorney-at-La- (flea la Da via Building on corner. Hickman, Ky. Wr Residing In n little French town and atlll plying hla trado of tailor la Pierre Cbamel Boy, who la believed to bo the only man now living who saw Roy not only Napoleon Bonaparte. saw the great emperor, but vraa once carried In hla arms. He la one hundred and four yeara old, but still quite hale and hoarty. Needless to say, hla favorite toplo of conversation la Napoleon, beside whose portrait he Is especially fond of alttlng in leisure time. DR. C. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Dantlst Mdson'a Save a Dollar. SPECIAL OFFER: Th ooElcoUio Studio will make you a fino $2.00 Life Size Craon Portrait for ouly 98c, If you present this coupon beforo July 1st. Great price reductions dur ing UiIb month ouly. J. M. PULLEN, Proprietor. 'Same,. M 1 'HICKMAN old atand. iiHrtman, Phone No. 2. K.y. FURNITURE CO. Directors and Embalmers. THE ELECTRIC STUDIO Everything In Photoaraphy Style, Quality and I'rlctMRitit Next to Price House W. F. MONTGOMERY were out of tbo ordinary and well calculated to make tbo hearers kit up mid t a It e notlcs We rviHirt one of theMlHrournos from n text we never Iratird treated mid did not 'en know vnn In the (c(s II. .til "For David la not nxreiitletl into Hie heavens." The (Mil Testament Scriptures we urtept at of ciiul authority with the New TeHtiiiueiit. wild Pnstur Russell, mid the Aoslles so ae Uviiue epleil I hem. nnl Indeed Imsed all of i llielr iioii tlieiu. In ill Hie Old Tettiimcnt. from Oen-e- I to Mtiimhl. not n sIiikIo sugge lion It nnVml of a eluiUKu of nature frui) hiiiiiiiii lo spiritual, nor of any l her heaven than that which Of" I I il uriKiimiiv provided for man the Mrdeii fit Dleii The hoos inspired in Ixriet lv the Divine promise li ted ihem forwnrd to tbo time i would obliterate wlen IhmIh hti-lHit iirxe of hIii und ileath and uplift in. i kind from present degradation, lu k to the original perfection. The Seed f i lie woiiinii. It was promised, 'hfiiiiii iiinumiel.i Ynnli tbo Serpent' lied destroying the evil that Is In i ho win Ut. Hinl cMtibllblng a reign of ihieoiisiiehH lustend of tbe reign of sin mid death David's 8oul In Halt. As the Old Tcstmnent tells nothing about n lleiiveniy condition, likewise It tell'. nothing nboul a bell of Ore or trineiii Stir ti devilish theories wero iiixenied ly Hie hentticti, from whom (.'lirMlnns li:iu since ntMorlied in ui mure or les of the falo doctrines. 1'lie Ijiw ii lid l he Prophets do refer to hill Mime "Ixly six times, hut tbo kttl uhl'h the tench Is the gravo, tbo tuiiili. the state of death. From ft rut lo lust all mankind, both good and Ink! go to lit II, nhtul. the tomb. The writer of the New Testament ii I so were Jews, and It might here Ik tinted that nowhere did they describe the Hell mid Purgatory wblcb we Protestants and Catholics conjured up (taring the Dark Ages. The New Testament, written In (Jreek, la In full accord with the Old Testament, written In Hebrew; the ihcol of tbo latter Is the had of the former. Pumim Itttssell quoted the Scripture, "Abraham xiept with his fathers," and that Abraham's fathers were He called attention to tho heathen fact that good nnd had, kings and nrlnce nnd other, nre, In tho Scrip-e e Je-fii- s tem-hlnpni; HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS l6i KhTAIlMHIIKP i5 rv m nrrMit v IVter wnm h Mil Mil l: imiI d-- the fnltl' t liie ntnirni metii irf I Hi" (irwpher l tli.e of leair fmin tin "li iU rttll he In ile ll of out iMt-'Itt(M mil ninto Me . hl i. with ii tin mo tbl lUy " t P- 'er arguniiir m Hinl I'd' il ww III In- - efMik lire nnl i Hl I il ai. Imt thai Id wnnl wi . n-i i ii. i 'lull' roftreiieo tu eetl.iti Pavtd Vi4l Not Ga to Huvin. KIiik Ddkkl will nut (to to henviii ild I'K-t- .f ltNetl. Mid he will tun I -- n lo kw lu lieneii lor the iiiliie I hut i n Holt IM ihi ilixhe I. i.iid ilium i In- - IIihIi r a tn-- ' imr n i d In MwUe IIm ItoWe innlrr the writer - ilii- -e HlltHull tinve i.lur(w mil nroadnpiiil in tin ndlttoii wtileh Ihc pmvhliil. mi Hie imt lire of iiimii. even when lironieht to Iiiiiiihii (Mirfeetliui. wtll enjoy kihI nppreeinte more the mi rt lily btiwolutr Hhlrh (toil ha provided for him itian lie would t -. K.-ie- la SuH .- - j Wfltih. In .. i HaH do.l Marble and Granite Monuments CURUINO, STONK WORK OF ALL KINDS. IRON FENCING. . TOM DILLON. Sr, Prop. Hurcvnr lo II (I lUiiiiuxii. (ii - Ji-si- h' ffiw ur T Hickman. Kentucky i Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, IU M. i KENTUCKY J.J.II. IIONUUANT ;.t IMHKirrOHH IHI.KH M. J W AI.KXAMintt enjoy tlie heavenly I'lei-ln- t. which OimI hai provided for ihe Hlect "III t'liurrli of tho PlrM tie rioek"--t- ho Horns," whose uamen nre written in heaven (Hebrews ill, 23). Get the Beit Por all skin troubles, ulcers, eczema, chaps, black heads, piiaplea and all eruptions. Uso Dr. Antiseptic Salvo aud you get thi best We guar auieo iu ?bc a box iVcryuheru 8 Il-l- la' lir.J. iltHIIIAItti (IrH). T. A. ILTIiltKI.KKM I.KIifliltlt We combine nbsolutc unfcty with satisfactory service, nnd ofier our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS II IIIU1IIANAN. Irlrilil ENCOURAGING MEN OF FORT, Many Famous Paraona Have Achieved Their Oreateit Succestea Aftar Reaching fnat Age. well-know- AddreaaTvi? . Undertaker Hearse and drivers furnished on short notice. DAIRY WOOOLAWN A. H. Leet, Proprietor. Tno election Thursday, for A"1-11I'.ermen timsoiit. iimvorJbolTTntoOaiRifr''"' rtult3aM53 Jtea!"lnll, aml . X!,d al Tlpionvllle, A1 "Sure Cure" I o "ess Laldrd Ujlng.imKlCd V. (Jlffln. CUam .UDuku. Fred" luhaii, J. V. P. Hall, T. IJ. Jlontgom ( rj' and Lyman Harris being elected (j II I would like lo guide suffering women lo a sure cure for female troubles." rHfes Mrs. R. P AAnrrAr of 'Froien Camp, W. Va! "1 The only dairy in Fulton County. o Edgar WUllatiiH haR been on the sick list acvernl days. Refrigerators not a cheap one but a good refrigerator at a low price. Hickman Furniture Co. Ilcine B. G. Hale Real Estate We have several fine tracts of Bottom Land, below Hickman, for sale, also some West Hickman lots for half their real value Now is the time to invest in real estate in and around You can see prices Hickman growing. Call on or address me al Hickman. Business Phone No. 15 A cloudburst at Stanford, Ky,. Is KM reported to have caused $10,000 dam-agus. equal to Cardul. I suffered for about years. Would have for a week at a until I would be crazy. I took now I never have headache any more." have fOMidf0rmM If its anything In the lumber or & building line, go to Roynolda-MosCo., Incorporated. a mUAKUU Th Woman's Tonfc The pains from which many women suffer every month are unnecessary. It's not safe to trust to strong drugs, right at the time of the pains. Better to take Cardul for a while, before and after, to strengthen the system and cure the cause. This is the sensible, the scientific, the right wav I forty, or aven at eighty. Burns, Ily. ron, Keata, Shell ay, Mozart and Raphael died young, but most of the greatest achievements havo bean the work of men who had reachod tho fortieth yoar In fact, tbo sixth decade of life bas been tbe most proline In human raastor work. Within that period of axlatence Caaaar wrote hla "commentaries," Uacon his "Novum Organura" and Danto his "Dlvlna Comedy M Cromwell was fifty when bo dofoated Charles I.; Columbus, Humboldt, Qalvsul, John Hunter, Kep Ur and Faraday had they died before the? .ttalned that age, would not hav effected their most Important 4lC.QvorUa. Handel's "Mosslah" and DoHthirren's "fhoral Symphonies" would sot have boon composed. h would not have won nian-helvelaaqun "Pope Innocent, noinbraadt'a 'Syndics." Gainsborough's 'Mornlrg Walk," Constable's "Valley Tarm" would not hava been painted; rurnnr'a legacy to the world would havo bum robbed of muoh of Its splonfor b A his and tholr genius failed at fifty while Titian, after he bad pasad Mr Loader's ago, proW duced roore than on matterplaoa Losdon Post Marl-boroajr- II. W. Leader, It. A., tbo who baa JuU colobrated hla eightieth birthday, affords ono more proof that a man Is not too old at artist, r t $ ltd ItAMAflK A1(Hhl.r J A TIHUIIXIN. INitUlor Sprinkling Rates FOR "? 1011 The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May 1st nnd ending November 1st, 1011, in resi- dence section, is t t 50 foot front and under 8c for each additional foot. 6.00 Business house rate, each door 6.00 Sprinkling must be done early in'thc morning or late in afternoon. Please remember this. This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. t f $ HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. INCOKI'OIIATKD k f Dr. Bell's T-f- Pino-Tar-Hon- iy i jg t "tnrn . For Coughs and Cold., ANTI-PA- Tho postmaster at Fulton has a salary ralao of $100 a year We have It. St. Loula Furnishing Co. boIUj It for leas. Rich gold atrlkea have been made recently In tbo district near Fair banks, Alaska, nnd tho usual stam-- , pedu of gold Boekors Is on Sovoral' yeara from now we will hear of a few who made fortunes there but not a word of the hundreds who did not, nor of those who lost their lives lu the mad rush for the yellow metal. K'Sft?.!"." "ueiu npBBJSH For rl The Deat Remedv kinds of sore ov. i. aim :::::ii.',ubbersTd'e SripatTTbO ., ,..,. LAUNDRY -- AT- DR. BELL'S -a For Internal and Exter l n 'am m r itTiaa. iiiiaaaliaaMal- vaiso r a pair. : -- j w I Try It Jr FoJwt Mv at Fui0 ft Itmkji'i. -. a thousand on ' your shingles by buying direct from !. O. M. YatM BUawjto Oe, Save from $1 to 12 oposed oi fox, L. H D. Threl- - h i- ' - " F . 1 ftU borrawiPI Cow hmor r? mm. m tn J j wi ?, - - - '' Ti nsiiif Va,'";i'"i fr-J- - - ir-" I II IMii