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Ulaqon up the Hill of Success, mnm tiint your 'lib nrrlptlun hna vxplrril Hinew promptlr If r u wunt the paportoromn HESE ti Toll nftiT thin moil h fldvertialnq la the Team! hat Pulla tne Commercial OLDEST Nq a volume na PAPER IN WEBTERNpENTOOKT "j 'The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the Riles at Your Uagan, Old Man, and Let's Hch WHOLE NO. 2UB!J IK THE TEAR E8TABLIBHED Up HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1911. lHRtl Local Boo our lino of wall paper. & FUa French. Somerset, ings bunk. & i Chats Family Ky., gets a pootal sav- Washing N. G. Cooke, of Fulton, was bore ono duy lout week. i All the leading magazines at Fetho at H. Un- French's. Tbo coldest kind of ice water M. 0. Sbaw wua in Tlptonvllle on j buslnotta Friday. H H Hi B Voti invkti iircl(r ' titlco twr tinrnnt II nh run llmlf.t H.K.Oiirlln'. thelM-.- t I'lN OIIKUK uniinr Antit tlmt ttiQiinnrki-- t nlTnnli), ami wo H M M E. Curllu's free. Sam Salmon was In Tlptonvllle. on Car load balo tlea Just receivedHickman Hanlw-aru'Co it Mm Wwit J. A Hlien rnim.1l 31 to Ml full run of ilin, II. K. QIJItl.IN 1 IB M buaiinuM TU(wlay. - Walker Martin was bore from ion City, Sunday. J. O. Fowlken, of Tlptonvllle, was In Hickman Friday. , Car load bulo ties Just received. Hickman Hardware Co. u For porch furniture, tho Hickman Furnlturo Co. la the place. Hickman Furniture Co., beadquar-terfor anything In furnlturo. My borne place can be bevght at a bargain. J. D. Houiley. Let Whlto Urod. .clean and press A. C. Bostock. of Tiptonville, was your clothes for that 4th of July trip. here Saturday on business. tJOliLt, Charles Ucckharn, of Donaldeon'o Ask for Omega Flour. None betwas hero Thursday and Friday. ter Botteriworth & Pratber. z Co. II. C. Uarrctt, funoral director and Wo appreciate cmbalmcr, wltb St. Louis Furnishing Louis Furnishing Co. less." your trado. St. "sells it for Mengel Improvements. j.nnili. r rail Hickman Ia to a!i road cm a miuiII Th Mongol Box to! puuing In a nil)i if additional rUlrtwd I nick U llBlUlMllR ho Ihh Hint 40 t0 UM-r ihe r M & u being -o-- hr O. Tfwo HlrJcuiau loveo nul 1i run innillel with (tiu oablowny lntuii III rlv-o- r On truck will bo nnd tho lovi u.iel In placing tit- log car and the other will bo lUtxl ai utrotlHK Uii) onuio, which ha bem ordered. On account of their receiving m many Ikh over (Ik ih road, li la neoetwary Hint nmii. provbdou be nmdu U) take ir of ad handln Uivi logn mKraO ly from Hit- - lotpi tliut nru being brtx.Khi In by liari;wi. Tho locomotive crane, wliwh ban - trni'ks will rtiHi been jmrvliaMl to bo used In unload lug and placing UittM logs under tlu mblowayit, h .1 gigantic machine ainl weiglin 144.000 immiimIm Tho tracks will Ira a grit protection to the le-during overflows n Uioy will b on flUti bntweuii tho levoo mid river Oupl Tally, wlio ha Just flnudied grading for Uie N., C. St L bolt, lino, baa llio coutra4 and hi now Uu) grading. do-In- If Its anything in the lumber nr N. N. Townsend returned to East & Prulrio yesterday after a visit to relbuilding lint), no to Itoynolda-MoeCo., Incorporate. atives. a For cloanlnK 196 olid and prosslng we will bo thero In a nbSe Send your clothing to White Uros. iiiiuuttre White Ilroa. Urown fitw and rent (insured they will como back nil 0. K. DRY CLEANING On June 19th, 1911, we put on a night crew to do Family Washing, "Rough Dry 5c per pound, or Finished," which will also be 5c per pound with a little extra for all pieces of hand ironing. JaincH CuutUiigham, of Union City, bait addtsl another J. It. ittory to bis rneldence, which inalfos tvas here Tuesday, the guest of Miss Ltielle Ilondumnt. il much nicer in appearance Wo Don't y Have to Judge W. A. Naylor and County Save from 1 to T2 a thousand on your shingles by buying direct from Attorney Honey were lu Fulton on buuluutw, Tuesday. mill. C. U. YatM flhlniU Co . i MLts Tbelmn Ilaltzer visited Miss Toll you what It'a for It's nainu txlts. Mm. Urookn was adjudged Insane U tliu bost Dr. Hull's lu Judgo. Naylor's court this week, ICato Watson Heckluim In Union City coukIi medicine and several million a few day this week. Holu nlrcndy know It. IkiU for tbo nml committed to tho Insanit asylum 8 Hell on the Uottlo. Refrigerators not a cheap ono but Ilogem & Iongnec'ker, t Mm T O CoK)bmd, wife of a . wan noiniiil(tI Htntlllri. at to tliu Inwuiit unjIiiiii by Jii.Iko Nay-lo- r UiIh wutik. tnor-liunCruU-lifU'ld- Tho firm of votrlnarv HUrvMins. ed, both vart4Mni Wo w autborlied to nnounc 8. A. NOIIMAK, or Mayflcld, a candidate for Statu Sonata from tho district mtuo.t'd of tbo couutlua of Grates, Fulton and Hlckmani, aubjrcl to tbo action of 'ho Dotnocralio i'riiuary Kloctlon, on July 1911. Wo aro authorlxou to annouueo W. A. FIIOST, This is something Hickman people have been asking us do for some time. We will do our utmost to please them in to every respect, and the prices will be so that it will cost very little, if any more, than the colored washwoman, and the conditions will be much more sanitary. Wecall for your laundry baa boon dissolv a good refrigerator at a low price. in the afternoon, it is washed at night, "While you Sleep," and HetUiw; up rival Hickman Furniture Co. J Mbio Mentor Walker has returned you get them riext morning, in other words, while you wait. from Oklahoma, and In visiting bur In about three weeks we will Have a regular DR1 sister. Mm. E E. Ueovea. CLEANING PLANT, not a junk shop but a $2,000 plantJ Misti Cecil Barnes will leave tho Save your work for us. last of the week for Memphis, where . Boyd, of Mayfleld, wbo has working for tbo Meugcl Box lit, Co, ru Htricken with typhoid. fever and wtui carrh-- to hi borne Monday Dr. Boll's AntlsopticSalve SUTHERLAND'S EAGLE EYE SALYE nWit. I DIDN'T. Good Tor all Skin Disease's. Good Tor Nothing but tho Eyes MIas Alice Campbell, who has bnd Standard garden acod of every Stationery and blank booka at Fo Don't fall to see our line of ornacharge of tiie millinery department at at Iiotterswortb & Prather'a. HaltKer &. Dodds, completed her sea- - mental locks and binges. Something tho & Fronch'a. m ' mmmm a " boil Thursday, and utter a tow days' new something nice. Iteynolds-Mo- s & Co. vlult bore, will go to Memphis. of Wlngo, a candldato for tbo State Senalo front tbo dJHtrict composed of the countlca of Fulton, Hlckuan and Grave, subject to tbo action ol tho Democratic Primary Election, on July lit, 1911. who will take a business course n the Memphis Business College. I PATRONIZE THE HOME INDUSTRIES Help People that Help You. INSURED WITH KENNEDY. Keep Your Money at Home. diaries Imhui iHflEwfc HICKMAN STEAM LAUNDRY He Is a 6on of B. Parham and one of our most successful 'business men. Mr. and Mrs. Parham hare a sulto Chaa. Parham, of tho firm of Brad- of rooms In the Berendes building ley & Parham, took his friends by over Schlenker's Jewelry store, whero surprise Tuesday night when he they have embarked In light housefrom the train with a charm-in- g keeping, and aro now at home to lady whom bo Introduced as his their friends, whom tho Courier Joins wife. in extending sincere good wishes for Tho marriago ceremony was per- nil that love, wealth or position can, formed at the homo of a frlond in givo happiness. St. Ixmls Saturday, and was a very qulot affair. Thero never was a finer showing1 Tho bride, who was Mrs. Ella in nil this country for blnckborries is from Coldwater, Mich., is a wo will likely get plenty at 10 pleasant, refined lady. Her parents and cents a gallon, delivered. reside at Quiucy, Mich. Wo can show you any grade of Mr. Parham was born and reared In our midst, and Is too well known wnll paper you want at a very modfrom erate price. Fetho & French. to need a lengthy "write-up-" Connelly Parham- - tho Courier. '"m . Tbunxlay afternoon at the home of the brlde'ti parenUi, Mr. and Mrs. It M i:aim in Clinton, MIhh Clara Ifclle Evtiiih was married to Mr. Alt W Bennett, tho Itev. C. L. Jewell officiating. Wo lmvo a few Hickman Souvenir The C, M. & G. Hy. now has Its telephone line from Dyorsburg to tills city complete. They have no telegraph instruments all train dispatching and mutitiagus are sent by phono. Without the organization of "Clark Clulw. Speaker Clark now looms up as the nuwt probable man lu tho United States- to fill tho exalted office of President of the Stages. for President" Con--ioll- C.vdiUlt IWkr C t, ZlmmiBunCo. - No.M The Old Cabinet Maker says: There was a time when we used to put things in the cellar or the well to keep them cool, put nowadays we have minature ice houses, where we may store the eatables during the hot weather, from day to day. For one reason alone you can't afford to buy a poor one, for you pay the difference in price in the ice you have to buy. When you get one from us, right here at home, people you know, you are bound to get the right kind. First, we don't handle any other kind, and even if we wanted to we couldn't afford to for just figure how much it would hurt us if we sold you an ice burner for a refrigerator. If you have one now that is using too much ice, what you save in a single season on the ice bill will buy you a good one. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCORPORATED UNDERTAKERS 5- Next Door to Post Office. loft. Tho sot of three, shous ID views. You con get Uieiu at 10c a package (24 envelopes), at this office while they last. They aro Just as cheap as blank ones, .nnd aro The Lee Line people nre making tho thing to send your friends away Homo Improvement ou their beautiful from Hickman. marble warehouse and mahogany Wo are much obliged to certain wharf, at Hickman, this week. In a cniwlldntes for Stato offices who have few more years this will be the finfuniinJied ua free of charge platoa of est inland dock In the world. their speeches and newspaper euloThe Stato primary lu not creatgies for lnrtIon In the Courier. ing much excitoment down this wuy. Wonder If they think tbo country About oio third of tho candidates newspaper la nn institution designed have visited Hickman, and this will and run. for their benefit? Barking bo tho about tho proportion that tho up tho wrong tree hero. votes will bo cast ono third tho Dom A wheat crop, tho like of which has ocratic strength. A lltUo moro internovor been harvested, will bo gather- est should bo taken, as several im ed In tho United States this season portant offices aro to bo filled. if conditions indicated by tho Govern-ent'- 8 A Courier representative dropped Juno crop report contlnuo dur- in our new laundry yesterday and ing tho growing season. Agricultur was surprised to sco tho volumo of al exports ostlmnto tho crop this year business now being handled by this will amount to 764.291,857 bushels, an institution. Wo are not surprised increase of C8,84S,8D7 bushels over that they aro compelled to run day that gathered last year. and night vshen wc saw about a car was found In tho load of clothes piled up and learned Tho body which river at Columbus Tuesday of last they wero sent on ono morning's week proved to bo that of Presloy rounds. This laundry Is now doing Scholl, a young man 21 years old first class work, having straightened who was drowned Sunday at Dog up and their forco of helpers "broktooth Bond noar Cairo, whllo In swim en in." At first they woro troubled ming. Tho mother of tho boy went with bnd water, but a largo filter to Columbus nnd mado tho Identifi- has solved this problem. Wo aro cation, but tho body was in no con- .glad to sco this institution prosperdition to bo moved, and no effort will ing. Its a homo industry for homo bo mado to movo tho remains until pcoplo and should rccolvo tho homo patronage. next fall or wlntor. Enveloped H M m H M t Your Inspection of the roc llluo Shirt U Invited II. K. Clurlln'a. The largest lino of Milrtaln tho South to be to a). Where ran you tlnd found here, alzes from 12 them elsewhere? Ooine mid cu 'em whether jrou buy g H H M B orno.Jw H. K, OUKIilN. Vrfl U - m -- -- S5 k 1 H '" fyr .jpk .. , -- 2 i rTKS claim Unit It was ESfcJWI I guarantee, pertaining to horses or cattle excopt duce or anything to sell, or want to tho alto of tho Garden of Bden Is Cutler, died Juno 11!, of hemorrhage, Lymphangitis and Glanders. U. R. buy anything, our want column will true, it Is a matter of congratula- at her homo In Union City She wua u Miss Noah, nleoo of Thomas Rogers, Veterinary Surgeon, Hickman do the work. Only lc a word. tion that paradise waa lost. 1 to cure any disease Remember If you have surplus pro- If Charleston's Mrs. Mary Cutler, wlfo of Mabrey Knott Passes Away, Wo call for and deliver work any BroB., telo-phon- Gardy Anderson Is a very sick boy. whero in the city. Whlto 19G. Friday-continue- o WEATHER: Fair today iand warm. Rev. Wm. 0. Stockton will preach When your horse or cow Bets a'ck, call R. R. Rogers. Ho cures thoni. in the Went lllekiiuui Chapel Friday evening l 8 o'clock. Both phones. Ilk'kinnn, Ky. Noah. For a neat job o undertaking Hickman Furniture Co. For any kind ot furniture go to the Hlckinaa Furniture Co. A good cheap roofing la our "Bull Dog" brand. KoynoldB-Mos- s & Co. Former Governor tho 'Vrnnd old man Call a volnrlnnry. It. R. Rogers up his spirit to Hospital, both phones, Hickman. Knott hoimwtitul at Tho f tenliig. Ilieucui illy J. Proctor Knott, of .Mnrlon," yield- bin Maker nt Uio G:05 o'clock Sun-day und ciunu In ,,. mcwi ,, Kli.kft ..... U'flM Thurman Chandler, of Jackson, has accepted a position in thu lilckmau poatoOlco. Regular Borvicoa at tho First Methodist Church next Sunday morning and evonlng. Miss Grace Throlkeld, of State Lino la visiting her brother CuoThrol keld and wife. I H I I H H Boquet Coffee Whole, Ground, Pulverized Robin Brand Canned Goods Specials for Saturday We expect, Saturday morning by express, the lowing in the vegetable and fruit lines: fol- - I H I I .'K und bid liwii In feeble health for sovtr&i years. Death was hastened by a s vere choking MI, which, owing to his debilitate! condition, ho ablo to withstand. Whlln was D he had been bodily feeblu for year, his uititality remnlued at tho high tide un U the end oaiint, uml nothing lued hi in more than for his friend iumI a.mclatea of tho old days to call on him nt his old hoiixi and recount the dc a of tho days tlml wru gone. Ho lmd been In til health since a stroke c paralysis In 1900. Don't Bo Annoyed. With V.n troubles, chaps, picnplt, black hHds, vcezma or sunts, WUuu one 2to box ot Dr. Hell's AutUvptlo Halve wM euro you. Try It at ones. ... lilu Via, ........ iil(s aini jer, Hulett Jacka and wife, of Mayfiold, visited J. T. Stephana and wife several days thla week. Call Rogers when that nag seta the colic. Ho guarantees to cure. Both phones, Hickman, ivy. Fine farm, on Troy road, for sale at a bargain. Write or see R. E. Polk or M. B. Shaw. tf e the summer, but she las Mena DIestelbrink Is away for will return to take up her class In music. 11 The prison commission henchmen will try (o dominate at the primary July 1st Keep tab on them. Mr and Mrs. Carl Schmidt will celebrate their tth wedding annlver- iry on the evening of June 30th. It must have been "Bonehoado" pat act a primary election date ou Saturday. Of all days that la the vorst. W. M. Smith, of Louisville, has lth drawn from the race for the dotn- nomination for Ucutenaut Jovernor. If you get a blue mark on your ier this week, it means this Is lie last paper you will receive until you pay up your subscription. I I I I H I I I I I I I I I Both Phone.. Cantaloupes Watermelons Roasting Ears Cucumbers Green Peppers Tomatoes New Potatoes Blackberries Pineapples Grape Fruit "t. Bananas I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I H Medley Items, Maunot ilotter wont to Oak ton Huu ilay Wo art oiH.oUi)g our sohool to immjo open A II litndenton Ba t unlay Howell vlctiiU) ) Itu;, of was In Hlflkman Doroua, wum In tbU 8i4urtlay. ker vUited Medley Batur lny aitil A bday. Mrs IUiu!o, of Clinton, Is l iIiik frMndi Imrc Ille (Jwe Maitlir I1U llelwliirfoii Duriina mu nUy nbiht. t1llid at V lutd a Tho dry pell u over. g nice mln huurday night whlah Imro lnt n n eding. (uy lull and MIm Ijiira Drown, of Durt'tm, WIh1 tint MiiMet Hotter of tltbt piaro Hunday. niulnmt las cortiiliilr pUWd up nlnro the rati. Work hail nearly shut ilow-on aoci-jn- t of Um dry spK. nuiniji r if uur young jmhipIc tended tho daoo. at Dnritua LaM mil: uikl all rei"irt a nkis tluxi. Ix-e- At a meeting of the Fulton Fair ation, held Wednesday after J. M. Alexander was elected president of the association for the r4inj23Llncr fMina Tit... VM, vum, a. iut.g ...n.i nuo elected treasurer and RobU H. Wade was selected as secretary. a, Dr. jv. f Ellison Bros. Lily Ice Cream At Our Fountain t V- - anniversary of the adop tion of the Stars and Stripes as tho National Emblem of the United States of America waa observed Wednesday in some places, the day being known as "Flag Day." Hickman must have forgotten about it. The 134th Shaker Bread Received Daily Mm Wm Green, of Naahvllle, who luis vuitlng A. II. IlKudarwHin and fanui) returned to hor home lat Miliinlay . Mbn PtMirl lMier. of this place, left Sunday for Kentucky to ap)iid a few welui with her HMtr, Mrs. HUndbo Trvtathou Bail was denied Lee Carter, of Fulton, who was recently sentenced to Route 5, life imprlaonmont for the murder of Real Estate Marriage Licenses Frank Boleoui last January. Carter A Foolish Fancy. New City Hall. is In Jail at Mayfleld awaiting a new Howell Hick Is on Uie slk list. trial, widen has been granted him. He will be forced to remain In Jail very re The roln la k wn Tho following were granted license J. A. Hefley to K. 0 Maddox, 14 "4 Thoro may be a pot of gold at the Dr. I. P Iktltzor I behind a movo fnwhlng. according to the verdict of the court. ind of tho rainbow, but nobody ever to marry In Obion County last week: acres land. to build a nuAlnni opera houiio, conn- Distant meadows look oil nnd olty court room on the lots Mltrn Mingle Mirks Is vUltln to A special from Clinton, says: "Jno. found it. Geo. Graff el man to Hartwell Harry Hornbenk Moultrie and Ledn crooner, sometimes, but the Illusion now by tho llickmnn Hard- Union City thU wk, Nichols, of Marvin college, took his lot 102 In Wmt Hickman, Thornton. ware Co warerooinn, t of tho Couthree star swimmers In tho Juvenile remains only as long as the distanoo Thoodore Loeschnor and Lena May $160. Mr. and Mm. Chan. Kirk are the is kept. Tho big opportunities that rier offlco. It Is generally ronred.-class to Columbus and had them Hofcj. many people over look are at their .Martha Wright to J. N. I.usk. lot tluit tint old olty hall Is outjruly too proud parent of a floe boy. swim across the Mississippi. The H T. Bono nnd Ponrl Ilurko. 21C In West Hickman, JBOO. omall to take caro of public gatherboys to do it were Sam and William doors. Rev. Mnyn prianhed an exfollant Everett Gossum and Ruby Gardner. ings that now asHemble in llickmnn. fancy they can do Our people who Porter and Paul Nichols, Jr. Sam sermon at Keolfurt I'm! Bundny. Sam Grissom and Leslie Harper. Mattle Haiinon to Sunlo G. Smith, and is out of date. The city now has Porter is 11 years old and Is prob more with a dollar In New York, In II. 13. Roach and Ohio Gibson. north half or lot 80 in West Hickman a chance to dispose Itev. Joins fllbd his regular ap of It, nnd with ably the youngest swimmer that ever Chicago, In Cincinnati, or pome other - mr.. J. 0. Ilobbins and Raymond Ilnrlittle additional money, bulk) n larger polntuimt nt Ml MhiiiuiI HuixLiy. swam the big river from shore to remote market than they can do In nett. Singer Mfg. Co. to O. W. Phelps, Ixilhling. Tho public deinnnds here. shore." Small boys swimming across Hickman, are passing similar or betA. L. Wilson nnd Victoria Culp. Mlsnen Mamie and Pearl Oflburn ns in other places, nn uptodnte city tor opportunities In their own home the river is about a daily occurrence Crockett Edwards nnd Myrtlo Clark r.ll acres laud In bottom, $12,100. wvnt to Hickman one day List wvijk. i hall tho growth or the town warstores every day because of a here, and nothing thought or It. Henry Jackson awl Inez Cloar. Kiln Murrell to J. P. CuMck, lots rants It. Here's hotline L. P. innLim indifference to that which lies .Several from heto Attended Urn ex TIkm. Hnnston and Alliii II. IlemleU old Hickman, $IUl0. It has been reported by divers per- close at hand, bred of long familiara success of his plan which Is being orclses at llmwivnlii,. Sunday iiIkIiL Ilrice fie! and Kitty Frost. sona that a crazy woman or a woman ity. heortilly endorsed by nil who hnvn J, It. McDowell to It. H. Mltrhum, had aoting strangely was In the wioods Miss Vlra Howard, of Crystal, was their attention railed to It. Tho stranger In a strange city is liair Interest In Fulton property, tho guiwt of Miss Myrtle Howard vortheast of Mayfleld, on the (arm nlort and many He boi Snturday night. of W. A. Usher. The woman, who things with appreciation tliat he has Clark's Son Drowned. If reports be true, the dirty, unis white, Is said to have on clothes overlooked at home. He Is ainazod T. A. UMlford to :. Rice, land In scrupulous Mrs. Leln Williams and lister, Domounter of iwilltlml corthat arc raged and dirty and when when he returns to find tUat some lKttom, $ir.0. This land will bo urn-ruption In beginning to leave his ra, returned to Martin last Sunday a person starts towards her she runs neighbor has bought here what he Jjast Snturday was an unlucky day by the now road as water station nnd slimy trail In the. byways of Fulton to attend the limtllittf and no one lias been able to catch it bought ho had to go a thousand for boys to go swimming in the Mis- in deeded to Rico with the provision rounty. Ono ringster Is credited with her although soveral efforts have miles (o purcliaso. sissippi river. that no store buildings will bo erect-- l having promised "to deliver Fulton been made. She has frightened a Wo have a few Hickman Souvenir on, property. Tho son of Finis Clark, open. Give the Hick Get your eyes county" to tho measuro of tho slato number ot people and those living Envelopes left. Tho sot of throe prominent citizen of Qessle, Tenn., man market the attention it deserves. a made out by political brokers. Our In that section are anxious that she You need not wait to wander to some rvent in the river bathing, with a parshows 1G views, You can get them Vote for no man for tho State Sen- primary Is to bo held ono week from at 10c a package (24 envelopes), at be taken in custody. distant city for things you want. You ly of other boys, Saturday evening, ate or for representative this coming Saturday, and the voters this who Is In otfico while thoy last. Thoy aro oan bavo it now. You can save time and was drowned. favor of tho present power of the fchould put a stop to this traffic In Just aa cheap as blank ones, and aro A boy named Keener, a brother of traveling expenses and inconvcnlonce. lio people's n, d fool-JhI- $1,-r.o- open-eyed- . LOOK! LOOK! about tho samo hour, and was Messenger. lection several hundred miles from homo is a foolish illusion, contradict- drowned. Now Madrid Record. A barn on tho farm of Dan Davis ed every day by tho wise buyer who Founders, Colic, Bote In Fulton county, near Moscow, was watches the advertisements In the J. T. Perkins, tho presiding deity destroyed by fire Wcnesday morning Courier. Ring Bone, Bone Spavin of this division of tho N. C, was in about 3 o'clock. Loss estimated at town yesterday. Curb, Fistula, Pole Evil $500 and no Inmirance. factory Tho J. W. Putman handle Weak Eyes, Sharbow at Charleston, Mo., raado an assign- Mrs. Clara Johns and children, of Pres. Thomas and party, of tho N. Corinth, Miss., are tho guests of her C. & St. L., woro hero yesterday lookment for tho benefit of creditors last mother, Mrs. Clara Outten. and Lockjaw. ing attor tho now bolt lino. week. Liabilities, $60,000, assots $20,000. Tho factory employed I own my hospital and am ready for Savo from $1 to $2 a thousand on Claggctt Martin, of Martin, was your shingles by buying direct from 100 men. business. tho guest of R. A. Tyler this week. ralll.-- O. U. Tatoa BkisgU Do. Oaotlr 3Pla.oxi.ofii At East Hickman Chapel tomorrow Pros. Latta, of the C M. & Q., Mrs. Rachel Phillips, widow of (Friday) ovening at 8 o'clock preachR. R. ROGERS, Veterinarian ing by Hov. Q. W. Wilson, and song lato Zadoc Center Phillips, died tho waa hero on business yesterday. on Thursday, Juno 8th, in Obion county. HICKMAN, KY. Freo Ico Water at II. B. Curlin'a. service. I furnish my medicines and guarantee a cure in... rights. A candidate who prison commission remaining ns It Is tho thing to sond your friends away that there are bigger Fred Keener, of Portagevlllo, went, and the control of our State govern will go into such a combination or from Hickman. se- bathing in tho river at Caruthors-vlllebargains and hotter chances for ment by tho whisky trust Mayfleld trade deserves to bo defeated beTlhis notion cause, If elected, ho would go ovon farther. Wo bavo no axo to grind our only interest g that a stjunro deal bo given ovory man and tlioso who would thwart tho will of thu majority should be ousted. Tho officers, although not yot named, will have It In their power inoso than anyone else to boo that right provalls and to catch tho "joker" that will likely bo in tho pack. Wo its Tho Courier starts this week on C2nd yoar. DR. il. 0. LDKGNECKER Graduate of Chicago Vet. College 1893. Office nt Steve Stnhr's Livery Burn are informed that a fine boy arrived at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. BOTH PHONES Residence Phone, Cumb. 194 L. S. Shaw, at MayfJold, Thursday. Juno 1C. Tho youngster will lift namcu M. U. Shaw, Jr., In honor cf Calls promptly answertd night or his undo In this city. day. Satisfaction guaranteed. I r-- 4- KILL m MH1 HITS WALLS o.-u- Lightning Cause Fire. The rwldence on the old homo place of S. L. Doddfl, short distance of Hlcknuin, nnd known na hut tiutl farm, wiih stnic); by llghtnliiK Saturday nlglit during tho Htonn and mm burned to tho ground. Kubt. Doliow, who hriH chnrgo of tho placo and hl houtvokcoier, wero nwiiy at the tlmo. Tlio coiilntn tut well tbo lioilw, wero ll complete A II that wan wived Iohh wan Iho clothing wlilcJi the o cuikiiiIh liail on. Tho Ikmim) wtifl limtlred for $1000 nnd wih worth alioiit $LT.00. No on oontontn. wrut TIiIk placo Is otie of tlio old hind marks of thlH vicinity. Wo nre 'old by nit old citizen tlint UiLs house ha.s Hlood C8 yoara wltliln his recollection. It Is Uio old homo and birth-tilacot the Dodds' and for that roa-mItfl loos is moro especially o Circuit Court. Ward horse from Oakland, Mim., to Fulton, Ky., and he claims that some of Uio nnlmnls wore handled roughly by the road mid that ho Is damaged to tho tuno TT7 r""l "Vt ' I l I I I l I 'I 'I 'I 1 I I J I I' ' Courier Want Column HTKH-O- C0LLAP8E OF DEAL8 PRISON DEATH. J. W Wanl is I C hlpied S inuli-- and II. It ii 1 CiihIi In AiIvhiio (Viit prWonl pr Week . ' iiiiinii TTH'T'r'TTTTT'rnrTr'rr'rrnrrT -- fH ho crr Four Killed Outright, Twsnty.nlne Jure!, of Which Twelve Will Probably Die. In- - FOIl SALE My homo in Hickman. Jas. Housley. FOR SALE: Two houses and lots have four I. T. I'ro-vo4c OKNTI.KMKNt If jr on worn tin A word 'Hlaiiit liof .uwlllrtiiitlmi. Hotter llullt letter HulltHllk nrn tnrrtt.ply llnrii, lltltM III UpMM, Ill'lllJ itnil You mn nml Will Kit" UlU le"l T wir ( nil tlni lliul t lie til lu niijr nml nl eolor. II. B. (Wit UK. TliO Ounlltjr llouto. litis) t' lin. i Ii Wayneaville, N. C. Juno 20. Four convicts wero killed, 12 mortally Injured and 17 guards and con lets mora Hi'rloiiKly hurt by tlio collapse or of the bull pen lu which thoy won) liouned In a mountain puns lu this county. Tho bull pen was near WatervHIo, N C, In tho heart of the Smoky mountains. Tlio rouvlcts were negroes, leaned by the alale of North Carolina for work In connection with tho of tho trauscoiitlnontal railroad. ('apt J. lC. Hosklns or IUIelRh, who was In charge of the prisoners, hail 'o bs dug from the debris. Ho sufforod several painful Injuries. Guards J. 10. Nichols and Id McKernoy wero sllcht-l- y h ot lion. I'ryor Tel-grap- In West Hickman; both Sony vs. Western Union rooms, and good cisterns. Co. Sony wns at Milan, w. wounded- - FOR. SALE: Good Deerlng Mower n telegram which was delivered to and Rake, nearly now. Also 4000 or dnfoudant noUfylng him that lib) fath- 0000 foot ot rough lumber. F. E. Lttt er wtw dend and of the date of Uie trell. fuuoral. Ho prays for $1C00 damages FOR SALE: Three Rod Polled ILtle & Word vs. N. M. Calcot Co. Thoroughbred Registered Bull calves. Plaintiffs Hold defendant some land Dodds & DcBow, 2 miles east of with restlctlonH that ash timber of Hickman. above 12 Inches at Uio stump was FOR SALE: Full blooded Rhode not to bo cut off. Plaintiffs claim they are damaged $150 and pray tho Island Red pullets $6 per dozen court for an Injunction to restrain Orderr at onco. Ellen Barnott, homo tliom from cutting any moro Umbor. phono 7C-3c. Tenn, when his father died near Fulton, and that he never received attend to this business In befon-mi- l nftor. tlio prluuiry lint )ur mtulhuite no pl"li;wl .v;iliil tlio m.i 'hlna tlitU If lift ko oor to It li will Thu GmeUa t glad to fludj die be u iiiarkfil niun CUnton (iurntte Statu prow showing signs of awiUvu-luto tlio o1l of the Prison Cut J "la alou soxteui us It now flourish, in Kentucky It rM with tin- - Virn (Whether Uie ell shall be retnfMed and If tho people 'are nut lute Med onough tn oh tln right kit I of jmeu lu tlie legiliuure, then tl r HiomsbUlly mil rout on tlittr t ads Thu UaZi'iiu luiii ImiiiintTml i I a llanl (which In iiotlilii bin ) Uk r nl-- i until u inimical but purtli nut k'ruy I INI' rxmr. iir fruulllnr with thu exiting Ilivcn not crlm, but fair of bun tiiitm, (uul wu halo thu WllMutfoJl lit Do I atiMip. I pli k a puy knowing that (lie oUr in UJi ill Do I tUnil anl utarf kU'h blux lUitxrt Ilrownlnn Uict have done their dut) uui ) after tlio oil lu tin right Left-oveRecently u uominai! a Dwii or Mm Legislature lu thin dfetrirt wUi will TTinrs l a projudlcu In tho mlndi of JllfUjIU to dO tlio bidding Of Hruwit mwiy iK.oplo tlml nnythliiK warmed tiliil MoCiiUhmli, will oil July ini wt oTer or nod tlio ccond tlmo In ob i oxpeot to nominate a .Statu Jectlonnblo. Tlioro Rro raro who am able to mnko nmlH bim refuwod to uiake if rim with meet mid not hnvu any wasto. In pliiu Uiu boast. In tlio nuiu for reitrvsvn-ILUiwenk ahimd ono wc bad to fight tlu 1'rtMiii nlnK tho meaU for a dtRhoa for brenktiiHt wiilsky Imotivm uhvcu U abls to muko Hoard aiul tho or upiHr from tho leftover of tlm wure UiimIoI together, uutl iu the day beforo Vegetables of all klndH raev (or Senator wu lun. IIji same may with caroful haiullInK bo Iran Mtfitl to uiaku. Tho use tf mouuy, fonned Into naladi, creamod and wldky and promise ot joim as pris oncalloped dlahea, In fact, there are uumeroua ways of serving them oil guaixls wus notorious In lie awl wo hate by n Warnisbillvu nice, Moata. being our moat oxpcnalvo ed LlUlX tilt! KUJII0 lllfllli HCW ulll be food, muit bo bought and prepared irotiebi to btir lu dulita Jfr. I 'rout with caro. Tho moat exponalto cuta for iiwiatur. Wo look tor tl h dinirul do not contain any moro nutriment than tho cheaper onea. Ur "low cookHo bo Hooded with Mliihk)' I rorc tb oIk'IIoii, ho oviiort to hvh Iio bene ing and care In aoanonlng tho cheaper appetUlug. novo tu lueata may bo madu mct ili'Jarhit of tht "ionium A ulco way to una blta of leftover llilu dbtlrlct wUli atitouiobi , wliw cblckon Is to add It to cooked macak). cIkiuti and uioiio) Juh as Hit) roni In layers, adding gravy or croam dlil lu tho U'KbvlaUvo raoo.J Wo liaf fur moisture, cover with buttered Immq rollably InforuiiHl tb;d tlio ' in cnimbt and baks until tho crumbs uiiriirm4'lj fb.utiO at ore brown. lm itirtta" IvtiU to dcfrnt KrotJ. for Sonolor After a bollod dinner, a most Uio Hut vu tbl-iotnt i: thu. uh hash may bo mado which many Y Umk prefer to the bollod dinner Itaolf. trlX cuuuil Imj ilidauulttilj for Fnxa to bo ijcolcl, nt-- if In- - t Chop tbo corned beof, aftor freeing It w will aond to Kmnkforj noxt win-to- r from all gristle, Bnd add an oqunl beet, quantity of tho cold vegetable Ah two moinbora of tlio dejiJiidttl upon carrot, cabbngo, turnip and potato, n (Hiiilily wlio Roaaon with salt and pepper, add a tu do tbolr part towardx hddliiR the water and cook atowly until brown SUUo of tht ItifiibUK, ii the Ktme undoruoatb. Turn and fold on a plat-ttr- . tlitio rollo tho DwiUKirsi .c xtrt) of Oarnlsh with parsley and servo. K'h a tlio h1uuw of fostorliiK Luncheon Chicken. How many other iiMtrlrt nre Whnj about tln Cook two tnblospooufuls of butter KoIiik to do tltlT with a sllca of onion and a sllre of Ilolkutl-OiirlUIUxtt dlHtrlrtT carrot cut In blu for flvo mlnutoa; know who Ih tho randlimtf of add two tablPHiKxinfuls ot flour and (lie 1'rJtwm Hoard iu tKu dUiirKi? one cup ot chicken stock. Htrnln and add a cup of cold cooked chlckon, cut Olio of tlio 4. wo ctindUluli" iinw ho el; In dire and well BeaaonoiL Turn on n ln tho Dcmocrallr noiu.iwitlon over buttered felattor and sprinkle with Mftko tlnro Ifl irMy wirn to Iio witlf!u' buttered Crumbs ogg; four nusta, sprtnklo with It and In each slip an tory to tho Prison Ikvrtl, t'l crumbs and sot In tho oven until Ui would bnvo niiollifr mjnudali itt 111'' oggs nrn Arm This la a dish of nutrl nojili to ment sufficient for a dinner fit Id TMin tlmo for tl Raps the Gang. 7ABINET to' 23 a'-whouiio-kieinr- iiuu-iilno- e 1 llt-tl- o The bull pen was built of heavy Mrs. Lena McDowell vs. M. P. McSTRAYED: Black horse mule, left logs and tho weight of tho roof caused More' Railroad Talk. eye out, 14V& hands high, branded Dowell. Suit for dhorco. It to collapkn. Tho structuro alld J. B. left hip. Notify A. M. Tyler down tho mountain side without warnand receive roward. tf ing for C5 ftiit nml not one of the Tho Hailucah Sun on Wednesday (scaped uulnjurnd. Died at Age MARES FOR SALE: A fow good nrernooii iriuted a special from Tlio fact that the convicts wore Ills., as follows: Brood and Work Marcs on easy terms burdened with hall and chain renAlso a few Milk Cows with young "The reason for tho renewed activdered them helpless mid la responnl-bi"Grandma" (Mrs. DotUe) Roper, calves. S. L. DODDS. for tho great number ot Injured. ity of the Hurllngton purchasing one of the oldest citizens ot this" has come to light Moro prop county, FOR SALE: I have two died at the homo of her FIRST TO REACH LIEGE erty on tho river front has boon daughter, Mrs. Jeff Davis, Thursday, bucks, C or G buck lambs for sale. and officials of the road now E. Juno ID, ot tho infirmities due to ad Price reasonable; thoroughbred. In "Four Nations" Air Race, Slxtesn Assure th! eoplo of Metropolis that 4p vanced ago. Mrs. Roper was 83 years C. Carter, Route 3, Hickman. Aork on the bridgo ncroas tho Ohio Cover First 8tage American of ago huit Octobor, and until very Among First. i her will bo started as soon aftor FOR SALE: 40 acres improved land recently bore Uio weight of her many 1 as the material ntuiem-Mi- l July can bo good location for truck farm, 3 miles years with comparative ease. Tho Liege, Helglum, Juno 20 Sixteen on the ground August 1st Is greater part of her life was spent from Hickman, near Dyersburg road; of the 48 ailutont who started from Inaufixed as the latest date for the living springs, cistern, young orchard the Vlucmincs military grounds Sunwithin the borders of Fulton county, day, lu tho III f.iti'd "four natloiiH'' guration of uctive work moving with her parents to this sec and good buildings. For further par"It in also announced that within ticulars see J. B. Graham, route 2. rare, have arrived nt IJegn, 212 mile film was a moro child. work on tlio right of wxiy tion when Nino of thoRo 1G arrived from Ithclmn, xlxty ila Roper was born near Waverly Mrs. WANTED:' To buy 6000 coupons They wore Klmmurllng, Tabuteau, lurcliael from tho I'oiltionli d North- from "Everybody's" coffees, baking I'rnoBt. Wynhalen, Amergo. lluthlst, tii rtillntad from Mtroolis Ivuid-liMt- , Tenn. She is survived by two daughters, powders, extracts, teas and spices, in Olbert, Verrnpt and o Ijasseur arrivKy., to Htulticnh, and for a belt Mrs. Leo Iloso, of near Hickman, lots ot 25 or more. Highest cash prlco ing lu tho order uamttl. , line around tho latter city, will bo Thoso who arrived In the evening commenced. wtid Mrs. Jeff Davis, at Cayce. paid. Apply In writing to Box 75, This Is to connect were Vldart, Vedrlne, Woymann, tho Funeral services were conducted by Bardwcll, Ky. 4c with tho bridge ttlte. A urn rl can; Heaumout, whoso renl "Hie Hurllngton offices have boon Itov. Wood, of Cayco, after which the tiamo Is Conneau; Harra, Laval and busy selecting routes and priarlng remains woro consigned to their last Oarros. stago of thu race will bo for operations the lost several rosUng place in Hush Greek grave Thu second Fulton Firm to Utrecht, Holland. mouths, and the route into I'aducah yard, Friduy, where a large number upon, maps uudo of deceased! friends paid their last has lMti dclded Socialists Support McNamara. respects. plans completwl." M. W. Lewis and Guy Tucker, tho Chicago. Juno 20 Chicago Social- and Tttio grandeur of ago and her beauUio Sun la tho sanio rannection leading confectioners of Fulton, filed ists, lu resolutions, pledged their finantiful life was a conUnuous benelctlon a voluntary poUUon cial support to tho dofonso of John J. tiya tho Chicago, Memphis & Rttlf in bankruptcy In McNamaro, secretary and treasurer of mtlrocul Is working towtirds I'aducnh to those yet younger In years Her the United States court at Paducah tho International Iron Workers, ac- fnim Hickman; that Hiirvojors are enUre life was ono of goodness and Wednesday. a model of christian womanhood. For cused of having directed the operation wxiiing out of Clinton ami tho The liabilities are said to be about. Ut of dynamiters. The meeting was atengaged on Uie more than half a century she had cre-tended by several thousand Socialists, rliltt of way from Hickman to Clin- belonged to tho Methodist church, $12,000 with no absets. Victor I Horger, a leader of tbo So- ton. Tho largest creditor of the firm U and lived up to Its teaching In every cialist party In Wisconsin, tho only The Sun has 'boon misinformed. respect. Her friends wore legion and .Uio Liquid Carbon Ice Company, of Socialist congressman, sMiko on benews of hor deaUt will bo receiv- Paducah, whose claim is said to bo half of tho accusod labor leader, and Work between Hlckmnn and I'aducnh tho $1,800. lias not yet bogun, but will likely ed with deop regret. Krank M. Ityan, International presiTho Courier extends sympathy to dent of tho Iron Workers' union, de- bo beforo another frost. the berwned relative. clared the arrest of his fellow officer Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Wilson have result of a "conspiracy to disrupt their nelce, Mrs. S. S. Crockett, of Some of our oxclianges nro trj'lnK our organization." II. C. Barrett, funeral director and Nashville, and their daughter, Mrs. to reach n foregon conclusion that Lots by Storm $100,000. MoCreary 1U w,l In a walk. Well, cmbalmer, with St. Louis Furnishing Jno. M. Gardner, of Martin, Tenn , Danville, Vn,,.Juno 20. Damage es- jott can't always "someUmo W." Co. them Uiis week. Mrs Gardtimated at $100,000 to 120,UUO was Mr, Aldam might bo in it; there's Ixt White Bros, clean and press ner and Mrs. Crockett will return to rauHed by a sovoro wind, rnln and your clothes for that 4th of July trip. Martin the last of the week. chapter. ileotrical storm, tho worst recalled, in still anothor this necllon, that swept our this city The heavlosl damage, was to buildings In the business section. Cotton mills, tobacco factories and stnragu plauta wero unroofed, trees residence, shown in the picture, wns struck by and shrubbery destroyed, chimneys, porches, telegraph, telephone and elc OPS' lightning Saturday night and burned, but the owners trio transmission poles and wires were still have their fine herds. Editor.) Telegraph nnd blown down. communication and trolley worn till put out of commlssion- 83, o pur-oliase- h Assigns. g -- aftSj(Tiiis too-pbon- - Stock I ma-cliln- arm of S. L. Doildsffvy any-btxl- y Tv.o Women Die In Burning Ship, Ilostoti, Juno 20. Two women lost their lit oa and llvu men wero Injured when the wooden pasRcngor steamer Gov Andrews of tho Nnlunt lino waH burned to tho water'a elgo at a wharf In Kast HoRton. Tho bodies of Harriet Kelly and Kllzaboth McNoll. both stewardesses, wero recovered by tbo pollco The Injuries of tho men wore .T1 not serious, Pressmen Dedicate Home, a Tunn.. June 20. representing thu local brnnchos of the International Printing Hio.si moit and AsslHtnnta' Union of North America gnthorod at Halo Springs, to Attend tho annua! convention of the organisation Tho delegates will ns slut nt tho dedication ot tho homo recently completed for aged and Indl gent members of the union. Ilogcriivlllu, Dele-gate- if I sH Ve F :' 1 it I iff'1' . ., lime Jutl received our Kiiiiiincr l.lne of Neck. wiar. nml our line were lioiiulit of llttfus Wnterboiue nml Horn llron.. N.i You en n lliul the extreme luteal thing. Here' the plnco to buy Neckwear. II. K. OUUT.IN. 13. Dlckcreon, of Jackson. Tenn., hero th la week looking over tho field with a rlow to establishing a bmnch factory of tho Anchor Block Works In Hickman. Tho compnny'fl headquarter are at Licrpool. They make pulle, boat oars, golf sticks, etc., working up small Umber, of which there Is an abundance In this section. Ho sccona to bo favorably impressed with tho outlay hero. H 1J2 utiles East of Hickman. DODDS & DeBOW -- BREEDERSiOF- Kentucky Saddle Horses Red Polled.Cattle, Large Bone BerkshireiHogs. Stock For Sale at All Times. I 4, Dr. Drew W. Lutcn arrived homo from Hollimore. Md.. this morn ing to visit his fathor, Dr. S. W. Luton. Tho young doctor, who graduat ed at John Hopldjia a few dayo ago, will leave for Pittsburgh, Pa-- , in a short timo. Wo can show you any grade ot wall paper you want at a very mod-orat- o price. Fethe & Kronen. Hickman, - Kentucky Sam Salmon was In Tlptonvlllo on buslucbs yesterday. 'V " - y. HI. .,. p mjLI-- m T; ,!c llilMII E IN FOUND SAFE MINNE- MAYOR'S ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE OF POLICE BAY OFFICIAL OF SOTA TOWN l BANWT BY NIQHT. Shoes. A. K. Nettletons, Syracuse, N. Y best for price when considering style, fit nnil qimlltjr. You run llml lif re In nit prices Tlie llrown Shoe OoN line n( St. Louts Shoes, ranging In price from tt.KHo 7.ii, every hoe sold under n guarantee with the customer to be the Judge. II. B, QUUI.IN'S, t The,Quality House MILLINERY order to close out all our Spring and Summer Millinery we have made BIG REDUCTIONS in prices. In OWNER OF BASEBALLTEAM Arretted Following Safe Dlowlng, He It Victim of Conspiracy and Will Prove That Fact. H Astern j I i i . ! i (otmer's -- w--i.- 1 tj-J-'o- will find himself learning at eighteen or twenty, things, which should have been taught when a child. happy home, whether It consults members Is one "where love presides at the board nnd watches over tho couches ; w here each person loves himself last nnd conttld-erthe other first; where the Irritable word Is restrained and tlie affectionate thought given utterance, and where each Is glad In laboring for th other's comfort ami relieving the other's cures. A f" -- i. t I 11 Never suspect a friend of doing you wrong until cue proof of It la as plain and as clear as the sun at noon, on n cloudless day, and then, yes, oven then do not axvuse or censure until you have beard from hi owu lls his wrong. If version of the support you were ever a friend (o him ho Is certainly entitled to that much forbearance and consideration. If this rule was practiced, many a misunderIf there is one thing above anothr standing would be averted, and many n young man should be ashamed for doing, is loafing without aim or pur a Luudache sared. pose or profit, or the s4rets or in Boys, you have but one mother; Mores day after day. all week. If jotf care for and spare her. She Ls not have BOtMng (o do. May at honv a a boast of burden Co drive alone the part of the time at Wu4 No young highway of life. There Is no love like .man, with any self respect will content your mother's Jove; you may not himself with aspiring Co no higher know it now, but you will some day. reputation than that of a chronic loaf-er and btore box magnate Nothing The need of Mmo place to drop will no blunt Uie higher foculUcH of down for a moment and forget things Hue mind as inactivity; and no Inacbi a crying ono In most homes. There tivity is bo baneful and malevolent in ought Co be enough sofas around to Its effect as that voluntary Idleness accomodate all the family. Five termed. loafing. minutes rest will prevent many a fam ily row, and how can you get rest if Troubles come to all of us. The you have to pull shams off the bed post ls strewn with broken expectaand roll up the coverlid. A. shabby old tions and Inconsolable griefs. Death lounge, wbero you can got at It is lias left its shadows across almost north its weight in gold; and you every heartstone and Its constant raw won't want to die half so many timed ages ever approaching near to us fill if you make use of it. tho bravest spirits with terror. Hut to us tho rainbow of hopo has been Teach children to be polite. Teach ever present. We have never believed it hem there is nothing but goodness of that existence was purposeless. Tho whose Power, heart of so much durability as a pleas tamo dog deportment. They will lose the handiwork, Jeweled the heavens with Jdoa after awhile that It ls smart to stars, who leveled the plains who ibe pert and boisterous and take pride lifted up the mountains and taught in being little ladles and gentlemen. tho rivers to run down to the sea, de Teacu thein say, "How do you do?" signed our being and contemplated of "Good morning" to everybody with our destiny. whom you are acquainted; uover to contradict, whisper, hum, beat a tat-ito-o if you can havo help enough Co with the fingers on, the furniture keep your household machinery In or loll around In lounging attitudes In 1orfect running order without making company; to say "Yes Ma'ara," and a machine of yourself, do so by all "No sir," "What Ma'am?" "If you means. White floors aro lovely, shinplease,' and "Excuse me," if it is ing tlawnro Is very fine, spotless winnecessary to pass beforo any one, or dows and highly polished silver aro d to leave the tablo before tlio rest, and delight; tho mending basket, emptied aover lo do any of tho things for every week ls much to bo desired but which It Is necessary to ask to be there are tilings of more importance excused unless It is absolutely un- and if it all depends on one jKilr of avoidable; not to toss things Instead' hands, one back, and one set of of handing them ; not to listen to any nerves, for Heaven's sake, for your" thing not Intended for their cars; not own sake, for your children's uko, to refuse to give tliu whole Co a visitor don't. When half will not do. A polite chQd' 1s the best of compauionti, but a Tilde For Steam Cleaning and Pressing, ono is a troublesome nuisance and phone IDS. a of two or twelve BemldJL Minn.. June 20. Dy day respected practicing physician nnd mayor of a MJuesota elty; by night the "bruins" of an Incendiary and robber baud, arid utlug hi sclentlnc kcowledso lu tlie preparation of explosive to be used In felonies. This It the Jokyll and llydo porsonMlty thu detectives bellevu bat been revealed by Uio arrest of Dr. T T Dumas, mayor of Cass Lake and owner and manager of the Cas Lako baseball Uam. The mayor w arrottod In Hlbbtn, upon his arrival there with his ball team. This followed a battle between a posse and two men cauht blowing opn a safe at Pupoky, uear hero Charges a Conspiracy. Tho major obtained his liberty by tho giving bonds. Ho asserted he victim of a police conspiracy and declared some oue would suffer He was preseul when Superintend eat Fluldlng of the SL l'aul Plnkerlou branch and Assistant Stale hire .Mar fclutl Fullurtoii opened tho nfo at his offlco and found six sticks of dynamite and four dynamite caps. The opening of tho sato was preceded by a chaso through the woods uax Puposky after Mike Dutls, who, with Hilly Dean was trapped by at Puposky Dean was wounded aad Mpturcd. Davis, who is aio wanted on charge of baring kilted a policeman la Chicago and another at Minneapolis, during robberies set era! mouths ago, escaped. It was feared Mayor Dumas, who i credited with having planned the robbery of tho Puposky building, would get word to Davis oi his uwa arrvsL 13 to 12 DISCOUNT i Ladies' Wash Dresses AND WASH COAT SUITS We have too many on hand at this season of the year in order to clean them out quick we make the price 1- -3 to 1- -2 Off j the regular price. See them in the Show Window. BALTZER & DODDS INCOUPOHATKl- )H' D. G. CO. m JUDGES WON'T OFFICIATE So Many WARNING! Nine Take Ex. Teachers examination was hold at II Auto Hit By Cars. ll '14 ll.rfli-r- , Parties having wiring douo, or making any changes lu their wlrlug, Chicago, June 20. Chicago was 30 must havo a penult from this in order that our records wilt mwrlaco licenses ahead of the first 17 days of thu same month in 1910. show the consumption But it was abio 57 divorces ahead of Tho reason for this is obvious, a tho same period. we have transformers that reduce the for this month show current, and to overload one of theso The figure that out of every 100 couplos married, will tneau a burn-out- , eulalllng a connearly 10 seek dhorce. Cook county siderable losa to this company. Judges seem to havo decided that diAny electrician tapping our Hues vorce ls so nearly the ultimate port of tho average Chicago couple that oi making a change, without a perseveral havo declined to perform any mit, will bo immediately prosecuted to tho fullest extent of the law. uioro marriages. "The law compel mo to hear HICKMAN ICE & COM. CO., cases and grant divorce deJ. T. Dillon, Mgr. Judge John Gibbons of crees," said the circuit court, addressing a prospective bride and bridegroom In his KtUabllshlng a now record by elevchamber. "It does not compel mo to en days for first of tho perform the muniagu ceremony. 1 am sorry, but you will have to go new cotton crop, a lValo of Cameron county Hlaplo was welted on tho somewhere else to be married." Houston Cotton Kxcliaugu .Monday. Part tlie JAMES P. KNOTT IS DEAD Cameronof county balu's Journey from to Hoimton was on Former Governor of Kentucky and a Hpcwdal train bocauso It Mas rerl-i-other flrht bulitt were en route Once Attorney General of MisJor the local exchange. souri Pastes Away. The cotton wan sold at it OL.Hi r Lebanon, Ky., June 20 James IHMind, (he total welKbi being 10.1 Proctor Knott, former governor of M)iitnls and liio price $l01fi. This Kentucky, Is dead at his home hero, was the highest price ever paid on at tlie ago of 81. Ho had been enfeeIhe Houston exchange for n bale of bled for several years. It was classed as strict midMr. Knott served In the national cotton house of representatives for several dling terms and before coming to Kentucky was attorney general of Missouri. Free Ice Water at H. K. Curllu's. Former U. P. Official Diet. Chicago, Juno 20. Sylvester T. Smith, former general manager of the Union Pacific railroad, and of the Denver &. Illo Grande, died In Chicago. He was 72 years old and loug had One Price been an Invalid. The body will be cremated and the ashos taken to Mr Suilth'h old home in Iluffalo, N Y com-pauupiM-arnnc- o Legal Separations cago, the Bench Tires of Ceremony. In Mir-rlag- Chie IIih Court House In thin city Prtday (iraiu and Saturday by Ml Virginia 1.Wmi. riding our new fuiporllilviutant Th while fidkifelng tiMik the exnudnatlon r. Mb Virginia UoyMro. Mbts (Unvu Klint-reMInh Mugjtlo Henry. Mine ItisM) Campbell. Mitt llly Mansion. Miss Hmina Creed. Mb Carrie Ihincnn. Mlwt Mattlo Smith. Mr. K. O Holland, Hollow Hock. 8. I). I.uteu has boon ijulU) rick . Ms nuUtutoitlle 1'uemla) , uhd Hut Mobile A: OhM railiiiad ns run Into bj Ihrsw or fwir Ik an. whUUi Mem runwiwi without oil uhhIiiu on Uie M A (J Jrncks. Ilu lfo had both lower limbs (bid right arm broken, and Hm douiofis think she eaiuutl lio. On l (Jilld wk Uully but no 1MU were li ok. hi Mr. Horner eseuped witlnHU aiiy bruises, and oue of the olrfblrei ernhrd uut from undtr the air af r U acoldutit not brtihtod io preldfUl of HiHitt-at I'nlon City, mas hii r ,wutl; biu-Un- sovoral (la)-H- The am was toru all to splinter asd currfcil i hiindte! feel from where It tar wtui Htrd k by tho earu. et nmrrlagetible itg ) bow old they are. but you an find .111 by following the subJoined In jriiclloiiH, Uio )ouug lady do tltrhi like 10 ' 11 Dr. O. M. HUnkfonl luas purahniuyl a Hiipmoblle, Mlssett A nice FJtiiiRur, Julia Jack-HoXlniilo HolWiw are siendiug a few duyit at Mouteglti, Tetin. sug (he .'gurlng. Tell her to put When your horse or row K's s'ck, down, tin numlMir of the inoiKh lu rail It II. ItoKors. He cures them which ah wih born then to uiutMply II by 1, II ti to add &, then to multl Itoth phom-ri- . llVkintin, Ky. then ply by f.Ol then to mid her We kiMiw our bimlin'RS nnd do our ffl MlltPW... ntTi. kll...t .. M.lll IIS , fllMll ... HIM'MIHI 0VH, UIITII 1 work well. Give us a trial and he tell her It 4eJI (he amount she has cnnvlncod White Ilr , phone tiilt V) fbjurtei to the right win lull 'I bo t(l - u:l a, tell joii li. r age and the rumalndi-with iinoulh of r birth. For example, If drow from the race for Slate Trens the amoiin Is SS2. she Is twenty-tw- o urer, lutxlng Tom Ilhen. of Ituwwll yixiru old t ul wjim lorn lu the eighth vlllo, umpMsed for that office In the mouth (Au uM). Try It. JMiiocratlc primary r J. C. Van Meter Wednesday . Call Wo a lall 115. VMorlimry. lliMpllal, Kverytlilng bh ft It. H. ItoKem phoues, Hickman. lolo-phon- H (lusrsnttnl HI Where r In thl city. and deliver work any o White Uros., These styles are not extreme yet different with the character and smart lines always found in even the simplest Red Cross model. II You will find them comfortable from the moment you put them on. Start with one of these models and you will wonder how you ever endured stiff sole shoes. Oxfords $3.50 and $4. High Shoes $4, $4.50 and $5. Tit toll it tanntd ijr tie special Red Cms Promt A regular morning operation of tho bowels puts you In fine Bbape for tho day's work. If you miss It you feel uncomfortable and cannot put vim into your movements. For nil bowel .irregularities HEKDINE ls the remedy it purifies, strengthens and rcgulatos. Price COc. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. c I Ha BSSsl B l ssssi Regular fltivlcwi at Uio Presbyter-In- u Church hjnday morning and evening. Come out, aged 49, died of Uio hoad at his homo near Shady Grove, in Obion county. William D. Woods, uf ;,. H t iif J'- ' BSSsi r I H H last Monday catarrh H H, More Good News. I "'. K Qurlln. Tho Stato prlmnry ls little more than n week oif. Tho people should ,iot fall to ln stigato Uio raorits of Xbo dlffcront orpirants and solect good men for bo filled. iv a 1 tio dlffcront offices to havo received from tho Stato Treasurer, tho monoy duo tho Orand and Petit Jurors for tho May term, 1910 of Fulton Circuit Court, nnd Ju- ...11.. lf iimi nm 4i,i is not ncuwy ft 11UT 1UCU liUl called sloven, and no ono likes to uu un.;rl .lHAni I a fftradleiiA 9arham EZZ2 V. rors living ncaror Fulton can get their money by calling at tho City H1' National Dank, nnd thoso ncaror Hick man can call at my offlco. '' HJ " j. w. Mormis, Trustee Jury Fund. I ' ' H H Kverjrthlng Guaranteed One Price H Hi Hj -- I Frco Ico Water at II. B. Curlln'a. end her oyes bright, but if Uioro Is a nnu nor spot or uirt dngcrs' ends p bk with ink, and "'Ijccd or buttoned her shoes arc up, and htr ;um dirty, and hor collar not It ind ner skiit torn, she u bo neat a lmvo learned it !fararo ot Itsoii. it will al onJv-cxhec-K, 1 iuuiw ui, iivi 1'itivi 1 St J. 0. Stubbs la fled lbun DENTIST Hrfd' Ituildlaq, otrr More No. SI THE HieKMftN eeORIER. . Team that Pulls ins Commercial NO. A BLUE MARK iiiaik that your inb "crlptlon tin expired ltenew proinptlr If T'H want the paper to coma to Ton niter thin innn h HEBE . Iduertisinq is Ol.DI'.BT PArKR IhB IUagon up the Hill of Success. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the RxIbs of Your Ulagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up 1 volume r,a IS Wi'.BTEBN EKNTDOKT i HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE POINT 22, 1911. WHOLE NO. ESTABLISHED IN THE ii:i TEAB lNrttt F. E. CASE & SON Staple and Fancy Groceries mmmmmmmmsnmmmmm IDEAL FOR MANUFACTURING PLANTS. Hardware, Glassware and Tinware Hickman Needs Them and Possesses Remarkable Advantages Afforded by few Cities Large or Small. United Effort Should be Made to Place Facts Before Outside World. Materials in Abundancs. town depends Inrfiuly on MANOKAOTlMINd Industries. Without manufactories to Klvo employment to the I'KOI'I.K, peoplo cannot wiIihIhI, nud it takes 1'KO-J'lAmake, a city. , Wo recoKiiljui tho fact Millinery Clearance Have you visited our Millinery Department this week ? If not, youVe missed a' chance to save from h to one-haon anything you may need in the millinery line. one-fiftlf yflMki'L 'fiMBy'Bfof mI"' Standard Gas Engine Free Delivery Oil that tbe (1IIOWTII of any -: Phone 183 AAiiAAAAAAAA.AlA4AAAA.I.Al Wo rttCOKiilzw, fiirthormoro, tha' n oltj' cannot hope for MANUFACTORIES to Hoek It uuleKH they ui bo hIiowii (IKNHIlAh CONDITIONS to warnint Ilium In locating; at THAT particular place. Wo bavo a NU.M11MH of rennoiis for our faith In HICKMAN. an an extraordinarily luviliiiK location for MANUFACTORIES of KEN-TIV;K- Whipple Gets llfitry W Route, all kliMln. LuVUOK FIRST: All fuctorlw NOW 1IHRK pay contiuuo to unlnrKe from year to yenr. DIVIDENDS anU ' Whipple, olio of the for carrier on niral delivery route No. C, miih od word Friday tlittt ho was ho successful applicant WhlpM will, however, lis trans-fnrrH- l to route No. fi, mxl A. J. Walk.tr. of No 5. will Inks No C. Tho Hilary wilil on route No F l JCSO n )'.tir, and on No. C tt Im ?D00 The rhitUKing of places was grunted rHntHt of Mr. Walker. tli ui () old carrier on No. 6, wlmm the m kIvum lit preffrenco of oin Jobs by rwiHoti of continued rvlc. V J llnrry ha lyt temporary carrier on the now route--, nnJ Ravv absolute satisfaction Mi who took llir examination SECOND: Wo bavo. riBht nt our door, a miperabundanco planU. MATHR1.VUS for rtluioHt all kinds of WOODWORKINQ cotton, and the byproducts, that Ih raliul in this territory. FOURTH: Wo bavo oh flno IlRItnC AND TII.K CUY IN asxwn lw foiiml any whore, and conveniently located. HI-TII- of RAW THIRD: This In an uiiUKiially largo COTTON MARKET and could bo Hindu very much largur if wo hail tho FACTORIES to coiihuiho the AllUND-ANU- We are holding our Clearance Sale of Millinery, and if low prices will sell hats we'll not have one left in two weeks. 1 TZ f-"f-, wm jr 's ne Wo bavo an inexliaustiiblo supply of CI.EAU SAND milt- nblo for mnkltiK GLASS. : Our showing of Trimmed Hats is &5y ' .? , :$ clover. Amrim afford SIXTH: Wo aro In tho very niul-wo- . also prnluoe heart of as FINE lai-jj- e yield CORN country an of WHEAT, oatH nnd First Cotton Bloom. Tito first cotton Woom we have noon thlrt yenr wn brought to this office)' Friday by our good friend J. 8. Mnddnx. of S'4 mllMi wwtt of HVk-man- . This Is a splendid STOCK COUNTRY and thoro la ample, entile, hogs au'd shoep ralmil here to supply a fair slied I'ACKINO PLANT. HIOIITH: The HIDES from these sumo animals will support a fair flUod tannery. NINTH: Wo bavo ft MAIN LINK OF RAILROAD directly Into iiio g IRON FIELDS with a RIVER FREIGHT ILVTB that will Justify Its shipped hero to be MANUFACTURED and wo aro also on a direct RIVER LINE to the I'lTTSRURGH IRON FIELDS, giving us an advantage over niiy Inland city ns'nn IRON MANUFACTURING jKdnt. SIOVKNTH: bo-lu- not only the smartest and handsomest in Hickman but it is by all odds the largest, so a Clear-everyoneeding ance Sale here means something to millinery. All hats are going from 1-- Wo have nt jirmwent TWO lines of railroad and a LINE ariHiiul the entire oily, with n sploudid tuuiumucu of another NEW RAILROAD soon. We alo bavo the MISSISSIPPI RIVER, with Its pros-ou- t boat lUies nnd tho great SHALLOW WATER LINE will be In ocra-Ho- n unusually before tho closo of Kill, all or which given HICKMAN GOOD SHIPPING FACILITIES. TENTH: I1ELT 5 to 1-- 2 first. Off Come at once. The best hats are sure to go Tho plant In n find specimen; thirty the tdooni. It ttonMiw-four squaron. Mr. Mnddox say lis lmn 71 nores alinoHt n Hood iih tlio jitont brought hero 1h flntt col Ion bloom brought In limt )nr wan brought by the nnm man. Tlii nop tht )'or 1m 27 dnys nlxud of lant yttir'n. the first bloom of 11)10 having bwen nolle! on July d LOW nnd Illinois with VERY LOW FREIGHT RAWS. Wo bavo NO lAIIOIt TROUI1LES and Hip laborTHIRTEENTH: er can live at a minimum cost hero and can work nt a REASONA-IILWAGE. ELEVENTH: Wo bavo a FREIGHT ICATE, both In and out, as as any LARGE CITV. TWEIJTII: Wo nro convenient to the COAL FIELDS of Kentucky E SMITH & AM BERG RolKrt Isler nnd wlfo arrived here ever stood at tho pilot from Ponsacoln, Fla , Sunday, to wheel of a .steamboat, was shaking xpend a few days with Hob's parents, duindft with old lllckmnn friends first Mr. nnd Mrs. R. M. Isler. Ills bride of tho week. lie returned to Cairo Is certainly a pleasant, charming little lady nnd what perplexes us Is how Mombiy. Hob ever managed to put himself !n Prof. H. F. Gabby and family loft her good grncv. Wo know from howevor, that even tho last wek for Muysllok, Ky., to spend the ronmlnder of tho aummor with most soisllilo lndlos can sometimes, homo folks. nt an unguarded momont, bo coaxcnl into saylug "yea". Mrs. A. It. Stone has boon on tho Have you cut your woods? sick list tills week HICKMAN Is as HEALTHY a place to live as can FOURTEENTH: bo found In tho country, tho SCHOOL and CHURCH advantages aro excellent and the PEOII.E are of a HIGH C1...VBS and congenial to live HUi. among. Ioe Campbell, one of the best fel- Uint Long Drouth Broken. A drouth of 19 days was broken with a good rain Saturday night nud Sunday night. Some, of the oldest cKlxons claim that thin was the longest period of dry weather In this soo-Io- n within their rocol loot Ion. Crojn liavo not suffiirxl iih much nn might bo oxportcd, but tlio acreage was cut Khort by a Inrgo per cent. In fact, tlio dry weather has given the plunter n ohonvtt to thoroughly work lioth corn mid cotton, and Rood crops nro yot promised as a rtwult. Only In n fow InAlnnron liavo I ho RrowinK crojm Ihhjii burned up. WUli n nmnui.t of rnln from now on, wtj will Imnetit Rood orojis, nnd the thrctitunliiK cloud of hnrd tlmti will vaiilnli. And let 'or go. riH-onnblo Wo liavo a large numbor of o'xcollontly located FACFIFTEENTH: TORY SITES on tho IIELT LINE RAJIjROAD ami Industrial spurs, convenient In RIVER and WHARF, which will bo supplied FREE to any down Short of Brick. Work on tlio new $3.r.00 West Hlrk-iiiu- ii school building has boon delayed a month because our local brick 'manufacturers are swmped with or dors and cannot get brick on Uio ground-. 7i Thoso sites nro OUTSIDE of the CORPORATION nnd tho slalo and county tax Is only $1 on the $100.00. Geographically, thero nro FEW CITIES so desirably SIXTEENTH: located to serve tint WHOLE CONTINENT and with tho completion of tho PANAMA CANAL SEA GOING uwsels will lino OUR WHARVES placing HICKMAN MANUFACTORIES In closo touch with tho WHOLE world. There are many other reasons (hat w'o could naino why HICKMAN. KY., Is an unusually Inviting location for factories of all Muds, but the nboo should bo sufficient to tincourago an Investigation from any llvo manufacturer deslrlug a location. FACTORY that will locate on thoni. Building' a Great City. Tho destiny of ovory grent city dopoiuls materially upon tho tions under which It has lis beginning. condi- YOUR DAUGHTE WILLNEVERC0I1E This now building Is a gift from Gen. II. A. Tyler. Win. Stoker lm tho contract to do tho building It Is hoped that ho building will bo completo nnd ready for tho fall term of school, but work will liavo to bo rushed to complete It. If you have tho Itch, don't scratch. It doos not euro tho trouble and makes Wmt lllokiiian Ih doltiR liortdf imiud In llio inatlcr of concrete wnlko WeJI, thoy nro tlio ohunpot and bant in tlio Iouk run. No town In tliOHtato can boaitt of bettur wnlKa tlinn I IDLE FANCY Is good mnlcrlal for lr castles, but a city, to bo substantial, must bo laid on a practical bu.sluoM foundation. In their legtu-nlog- s most cltios must bond henlly In order to secure tho necosMiry railroads, which nro always absolutely essential to tho growth and development of any town, for without sufficient transportation facilities thero can bo no Inducement for factories and other business enterprises to loHowever, tho overburdening of a city limits infancy with heavy taxcale. ation usually proves dlsasterous, thus leaving most now towns with an Intricate problom to solve. Hut HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, Is already without incumbering lis early bonded Indebtedness. It also has tho a bonded debt nor political patrouugo located. one oxcopUon. It has tho railroads Investors ' with tho bunleu of a MISSISSIPPI RIVER which neithor ciui give to any city loss favorably Tn.THT; IF YOU v Ccpiiutil yov, br C. E. Zlmmcinan Co.--N- f iVliL tho skin bleed. Apply BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. Rub It In gently on tho effected parts. It rclioves Itching Instantly and a fow applications removes tlio cause thus perform lug a ponunnent cure. Price 25c,G0c nnd $1.00 per bottle. Sold by IHck-nia- u Drug Co. c E U Our Now Roofing We have just added the famous And further, it ia biassed with a fertile, farming country surrounding It which only nature, can bestow nud Its geographical location is such as to glvo to HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, a position of commercial importance unsurpassed by any othor American city. NO MONEY IN THE BANRJ X'OUR daughter m Ktl Notice. Beginning July 1st, all telephone bills will bo duo and payable nt our oHico on tho first day of tho month and must bo paid beforo tlio 10th or your telephone servlco will bo discontinued without notice. Pleaso this now ruling. CUMDFR LAND TEL. & TEL. CO., by D. Manager. Ow-on- j 'j-- i With tlio legions of obstacles removed, which commonly confront enrly promoters of a city, ami with tho manifold advantages which nature has so peculiarly lavished upon this Immediate liolnt, there is nothing let to provide for except giving publicity to these stuimndotis resources nnd advantages; so that the outside world and outside capital may como in nud share In tho development and tho benefits. For this laBt named purpose, tho Industrial Lcagiio and tho Commercial Club liavo both been organized with sufficient capital to put forth a campaign of advertising that will herald tho nnmo of HICKMAN, Kentucky, throughout tho confines of tills nation nud to tho four corners of tho earth. The League has secured sufficient grounds to meet tho Immediate requirements of our rapidly growing city. Within thoso grounds thero nro moro than 16,000 lineal foot of railroad frontage available for factory Bites, mo.vt of this bolng on tho belt lino, and those factory sites are offered FREE to any mauufnctorlos that will occupy them. On this ground thero nro also 3,000 feet of river front, affording whnrf spoco sufflclout to handlo tho commerco of an empire. These grounds Ho most beautifully nnd nro laid out on practical as well as benuty ami tho wholo schemo linos with a vlow at a glance, presents nn nttrnctlvo aspect for all purposes. Upon this unquestionably solid foundation, wo oxtond to manufactories nnd busineas enterprises of nil kinds nnd to tho people of ovory call-in- s and" condition a most cordial invitation to como horo and build tholr v futuro and fortune. Bull Dog" to our line. Roofing will never come to this if you have no money in the bank. If you.jWere to investigate the families who have accomplished daughters, you would find that in practically every instance a bank account is started for their education when they are children. You envy such people, so will your childred when they grow up unless they have the same advantages. So think how much a bank account will mean to them and start one today. s, Roost a Uttlo. W. A. Dodds and his bricklayers if' feoted a compromise last week, and Aork was resumed on his in w br.ik building aftor a woek'a "walk-ou- t H If you want a neat, durable, reasonable priced roof you will be interested in Bull Dog Roofing. For the money there is nothing half so good. Severnl Hicknmnltos attended Central Committee meeting- at Jul Among others Her u. ton, Monday Hughes, Jno. Dillon, C. G. Schlcnk. r, F. S. Moore, Percy Jones and Goal dor Johusoii. Mayor Dillon Is homo from an x tented trip Including Littlo Rock, Hoc SprlugH and well, it would bo hnrd to tell In short, our Mayor has been out of town longer on this trip than, any tltuo sluco tlio civil war. LET US SHOW YOU Reynolds, Moss Co. JL The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. Leg Crushed Off, Bunch of Dagoes Strike, Tho Mongol Hox Co undertook to work dagoea hwtend of negroes ut lienvj work on their 10.000 wre tract Landing last of Umber at Crate week Negroitt can't light In that section, o tho coinpati procured 12 labor lUillum through n St When Uie company paid off .tile dagoes. 2 wiw deducted for each iium which bad been advanced for transportation Tho dago. promptly wont on n strike Friday morning 11 ley were so wrought up Unit one threw his money In the rht-r- , and all Joined in throwing away flour and other provisions. There was a hum f dttvutlsftiotion In the camp mid Foreman W. J. Uwnn suspected ho wiu In danwr of thlr vendettas, and a small arseiml was carried b the Mhlto folks who feared nn out lirenk Tho Italian interpreter was finally made to understand tliat the iKiHiwmy had mid for the Uckets. nnd the deduction was proper, nl rlhoiufh the ItnlUuw had paid Uio ki bor agency for their fare In advance The) were loaded on the Stacker Lee Maying Saturday ubtht for St there would lie a itett lenient at the labor agent' office when they got (to St. Units. Thus ended MetiKel's exHrieuce with dago tabor In the Umber biroinetw Granulated Eye L ds ''in be ctiml without oa.irrlug or Hiuubing - 'i n" cf !M'tlierlaml' Eagle Eye Salvo. We guarantee It 8 to cum. 26a Terrwbar. Sweet Potato Slips Old Time Yams and Queens Leave orders with H. E. Curlin, Hickman, or phone or write H. L. Curlin, Woodland Mills, Tenn. All Order A deplorablo accident happened S.30, when here Tuomlay morning at C. W. Hall. In the employ of the Mongol Pox Co , slipped and foil the, wheels of n log train, tho wheels paaslng over the left leg ut the knee. The bones In the joint woro crushed to a pulp and the limb SCREEN DOORS II Receive Prompt Attention t (jK. r I. l. MoutileProtecwn Fire departments are necessary and save much property, but they cannot be relied upon always. Although they may put out the (Ire, water may do as much damage as the fire. Fire Insurance protects you against the loss by fire as well as the loss by water damage. A fire Insurance pol icy In a reliable company with a reputation for fair dealing and promptness Is your best protection. We rep resent only such companies. severed with tho exception, of a small piece of skin. Hall works under Foreman Chns. lOudder, and wns with a crew unloading logs In tho Mongol yards. He hud left his canthook on one of the cars and as the train was kicking up he readied or ratlior Jumped to get the hook, and fell under the trucks. He was dragged 63 feet before the train could be stopped lloaldefi cutting hit) loft leg off, the rlglrt foot vna badly crushed and one arm bnd-llacerated. Those who saw the accident say the oar wheel skidded. while the rail and flange of the whet I knnwed their way. Mke dull seizor, through tho limb. The victim was hurried to the offices of Urs. Curlin & Gtiriln, who, with the ruvJstnnce of Dr. Illackford. amputated the left limb about Imlf way between the knee ami thigh, or wlmt is known as the middle 3rd of the thigh. Mr Hall has been In Hickman four months. coming here from Glenson, Tenn. He Ims a wife and two children, who retdde with him In Wewt Hickman The unfortunate young man J about 2G yearn old The ncotdent Iwppened on the pri vale track of the Menel Pox Co and the cars were being lncked and placed by the little longing loeonio-ihi- uwd in the yard for that pur '' New Stock ' II New Patterns Low Prices Buy Now IV. A. Dodds Working Tli Practical Fashions LADIE8' EIGHT GORED SKIRT. Teething babies always have a ocR. T. TYLER, Agent hard time of it when this process only curs in hot weather. They not have to contend with painful gums but the stomach Is disordered, bowels Free ico Water at H. E. Curllu's. loose and the body uncomfortable Tho best help you can give the little For Stmm Cleaning and Pressing, sufferer Is McGEH'S UAUY ELIXIR. pbooe 105. It corrects sour stomach, cools and quiets tho bowels and helps digest-Ion- . G A. Mooro and Gorman Vance Price 25c, and COc per bottle. C Sold by Hickman Drug Co. were at Mongol wood, Sunday. Mlsa Mildred Ilaxnage left Monday Night Crew, of thv I Ink man Sieam IxMiixlry have found it ! wry to run at night in ordr to take rare of "family wnHlilng." a ten hourti Hr day Is required to handli their regular run of piece work. crew of four In cliargr of Forel.exlle Owen Htnrted Monday iktadit doing "folly washing" nt pound rates The night crew works all night, nnd the laundry will continue a run mi long or Is tieop4ary anFor particulars and rntnn nouncement nlnttwhere In thU Iwiue A proprietor Big Excursion to Memphis I N. C. & St. L. R. R. THURSDAY, JUNE man 20, 1011 for Howling Greon to spond several Weeks. Go carts, baniinocka and swings. St. Lou la Furnishing "sells It Tor leas." Married at Fulton. Sunday Zera Morris ami Miss May Neely. of Water Valley; J. C Juhnoon and MWw porch hey HoUfield, of Wlngo Co. $2.50 ROUND TRIP FROM HICKMAN Leave Hickman 7:10 n. in. Arrive Memphis 3:30 p. in. ' Take thai prescription to Holm & Ellison. I'uru drugs, quick service, reasonable prices. GROCERIES J Phone 4 C. H. Moore HBST $ T was the. longest day of tho year and wo aro now on tho down hill to Christinas. Work called for and delivered any where In tho city. Peerless Steam Cleaning & Pressing Co. Yesterday I 0SS- J 0 See Our Agent Fultonltes are offering a reward s for and thluves, which they claim Infest their town. fire-bug- Saad Salamy for high grade -- UNCEASING MISERY. Hickman Kidney Sufferers Get Little i Rest or Comfort. mm GOAL OIL and GASOLINE There is little sleep, Utile rest, lit tlo peace for tho sufferer from kidney trouble. Life Is one continual round of pain. You can't rest at night with bad back, with twinges and "stnbB" of pain, with annoying urinary disorders, backaches, lameness and nerv ousness. You can't bo comfortable at work with darting pains and blinding dizzy spells. Neglect these aliments and serious troubles follow. Heglu using Doau's Kidney Pills at tho first sign of disorder. You will work better as the kidneys get better, rest better as your back grows stronger. Proof In Hickman testimony: C. A. Watson, of Hickman, Ky., days: "For some time I was a victim of kidney complalut. There were rains in tiio small of my back, which were always more severe when I stooped, or lifted. My back ached at night and when I arose in the morning, I was very lame. I became tired and occasionally suffered from nervous spells. Headaches bothered me and I was subject to dizzy spells during which there was a blurring of my sight. When I caught cold, it settled on my kidneys and at such times, the o passages of the kidney secretions too frequent. This weakness was particularly annoying during the sight and I was often forced to ariso several times. Learning of Doan's Kidney Pills, I procured a bor at Helm & Ellison's Drug Store and two days after using them I received ro- JJef. After I had taken the contents of the box, I was cured. I never lose an opportunity to recommend Doan's Kidney Pills to other kidney sufferers and shall always keep them In the e. Tho iklrt illustrated has many possibilities. It may be made with norma or Empire walat line, and In round or Instep length, thus furnishing either a drossy or a utility model. The closing U placed ut the left of the panel which forma tho front of the skirt. There ia a similar panel In the back and the closing may be made at one ildo of It If preferred. This design la equally suitable for silk, satin.) crepe, broadcloth, camel's hair or sorgo. It will be a good model for1 Mot t Ayorw braiding. Nothing better than Ikihne's Cream Tho pattern (5247) la out In sire 22 to 82 Inches waist Doaaure. Mo-- j Ilresul. received frmh daily by Mn dium alio requires 2?i yards of 44' th'-nHroi & Flam. Inch matorlal. To proour this paltarn send 10 ont to TatUrn Departmnnt.' of thta paper Writs name and addr plainly, and h aura to air bIm and number of pattern. C O Schlenker awiim to be the "enmly kid" whon It com to offering resolution In district and cisiirty convention. tUotutfotM bearing hie (nule-mnr- k are eagerly sought aud lmrrlnlly ndoptd 'Die Utndor leaven the Impretwlnn that the mMnnillte.-inewlnat Fulton Monday, wns Iwr Mk HiiHHith a monlou iriy and creamy Tho meeting was held for he purjxwp f xrfectlng plans for iioMlng the stale primary election on .'uly 1st This matter was turned over to Secy. J. T. Dllhin and Cham g Tickets gorxl returning on nny rcpulnr passenger train ug to and including train 103, leaving Memphis 12:4 p. in., Jaiumny, jmy isi. J C GALLOWAY, T P A..N C &S R L. Ry. n JOHNSON, Agent, Hlrkmin, Ky Memphis, Trim J Q Aibima. of the Hkkmnii Tin Don't experiment With a Cough has & I'lumhtng Co, who wan operaiej When Dr. llell'a for on for appendicitis nt Naatirllle twn been used by million of sixteen yenrn wlili n Btently lucreo week ago, la doing nicely nnd wMI lug demand. Ixiok for the Hell on mmiii Im tMick on the Job 8 the Uottle Lowest prices and prompt delivery. Absolutely uniform. CrlT7o TTm n. nO. 5247, r AM IS.. sTIZC. Trinl ... ...,, III.. W,IWH..W INDIAN REFINING CO. EVANSVILLE Look Here, Men ! Your Next m BT1UCET AND BTATK. NO............... Pair of Oxfords Rules for Sprinkling. The following ordinance Is publish ed for the benefit of persons ualug wuter in sprinkling: V f r i take RULES and REGULATIONS GOV ERNING WATER and ELECTRIC LIGHTS: Sec. 10. Homo fur sprinks shall ling front areas and be Ubed only from the 1st of Ma to the 1st of November, from 7 to 9 o'clock in the morning, from 1 to 2 in the afternoon, aud from G to 8 Sprinkling o'clock In the evening. ciUBt be confined to one's own front, and not extend beyond the middle of the street, and to bo within rates lnch nozzle, must be only through the use of a, larger nozzle will subject the party using it to double rates Use of a hose without nozzle Is proGarden (lawn or yard) hibited. Sprinkling la one thing, Street Sprlnk ling Is another, and both must not be Indulged In unless both are paid for according to rates." The foregoing speaks for Itself and It is needless to say that what was good for the city la good enough for house." i INSURED WITH KENNEDY. by all dealers. Price COc. us. For sale PLEASE DB GOVERNED ACCORD Foster-MilhurCo., Buffalo, N. Y., Miss Llnnie Thrclkold, of Woodland INGIJY. sole agontB for the United States. wan tho guest of Hickman friends HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO., name Doan's and Remember the r J, T. Dillon, Mgr. since our last Issue. no side-walk- Aviator Cord and Wire. The arrival of tho aeroplane baa given us a new Industry, or rather a modification of an old one, namely, thnt of manufacturing aviator cord and aviator wire, Tho Roebllngs have devised a special kind of wire aviator cord to be used for stays on The cord conslata of a number of flno wires of groat strength strandod togothor, Tho strength of the different sizes runs approximately from 2,000 to 2,300 pounds. For steer lng gear a more flexible- cord la provided, composed of six strands of seven wires each, with a center of either cotton or wire. Tho aviator wire differs from aviator cord in that It consists of a sljiglo.wlre instead of a number of wires twisted together.. The wlro is made in twelve aUes, with n brooking strength that varioa from 2,000 pounds to 176, Scientlflo American. aero-plano- Are Here, I That's what you'll say when you see the new Oxfords have just received in tans, gun metal and patent leather, made up in the new high toe and heel, button and blu-che- r. If you are looking for shoes with style, comfort and service at popular prices, let me show you a pair of Burrow, Jones & Dyer full vamp shoes. have the new tan button high toe and heel Oxfords in just the exact style that you want; also the good and easy rubber side slippers at $ .50 a pair. I 1 m& - - ? w 9-- Ft n other. i H eA.fcj i :! H'V v- .. POPULATION OF" CITIES WAGONS! r KENTUCKY Jeneroonlnwii Jeflerxonvllle Jclllcu Ilyden IndtixavJence Irvine IrvliiKtoti Island Jackson Jaimotoun 1 K3 272 THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covert Wtsltrn Ktnlut.k US W7 177 Ukrlht'Dra" $1.00 I.J44 SPEER 4 SEXTON PUBLISHERS Rates, town 3ii 6W Subscription per year JuiHrile Census Bureau Makes Public the Thirteenth Count THESE FIGURES ARE OFFICIAL Jtinctlon City Kltkmiuisvlllu KnottHvllle Kuttawii Ixi CVntcr 6 7U 20 213 lafaycttc .. hSt 42S Lawrenoeburif !banon Ixrbanon Junction LnHtchlleld lUtraiiBe Lancaster 2 l.VX !,&' 1.723 3.V71 &"? We are authorized to announce THOS. S. RHEA a candidate for tho office of Stato Treasurer, subject to tho action or Uie Democratic primary, July 1st. Ise aty n Frankfort. Following are tho official figures as Issued by tho census bureau of tho population of tho cities ol the state: ttmoxhurg iwlHbun; I.1 C3 2 IulMiort I.xln,-tLllo-Tt- TO CLOSE OUT .Ashland AiUlrvlllu Albany Alexandria Allen ll Aii'lmragu Arlington Atlieiui Auburn Augusta Hagdad llarulaiiu Ilardslowu Hardwell Harlow gRS ins 253 JG tfi Lily Ll.wian Llverniore Llvlnirtton KH S5.(w 220 161 23 Brighten Up dse!1 ! l.r.t 1.22U IxckNirt IutHlin C 1U town SSI KT j'; C31 Ia)iiUi Loulnvllle Ludlow Lyiuivllle JlcKeo M;ckvllle I.Ctt 1,S6 tiS.Vii 1.7S7, ilcllrtiry 4,113 1M C30 114 Urlursvllle , , Ml R x,X 1.G33 Ilakt Heiatyvllle JUiv,t jieuton H'-rr- y IJlac-kfor- llamey ,,,,. 1,087 133 X7 Wiuuinvllle Morion Martlnaburg Xlaiich'stur llaylleld MhiIIwmivIIIu 4,'jj0 ui4 I'M VERNICOL reproduces the colera and effects of hard woods. It Is net affected by heat or cold, soap or water, and when used on floors doe net show heel marks. It Is for finish on lui 1.G21 ICO JlnUord Ikwcli a rove iMioviia Herua Illrrningliam Dam l.a m 7C 2GU .................. ,oa h24 a l.tlO 339 343 Mays Uck Muyavllle Middleburg Mlildlneboro Mldwuy Mllburn Mlllersburg' Milton Mlnervn MoiiU-rey B,M(i Jul C.141 i,& 'J37 , Tvi 303 M FLOORS, hard or soft wood, id or new, In flood or bad eoniHtion, painted or natural. It Is a very durable, attractive and economical floor finish. Nothing wears better. WOODWORK new or old, of hard or soft wood. It makes the woodwork a part of the color scheme of tho room. It covers the bad painting an renews fln'sh that has been marr-e- d or worn. It (a a great Improvement for kitchen wainscoting, refrigerators, kitchen sinks, bath rooms, to . li iJwlna Ulandvllle lUoomneld Hlurf City Ilonnlevlllo lloonevllle Howling (Irwn Hradfordsvlllo HrellWn j6 122 2G7 23IJ Hi MontlcIlo Murtrunllfld Morirantown Mortons Gap Mt. Curmel Ml IMen Mt. Olivet Mt. rieoaant Mt. Hterllng VwniMi MorelM'a1 2ut 1.3SK 333 sri l.llrt 2.73 l.'M i'O XI llnm.Unburg , 9.173 330 1S7 221 IlrutJlmul llromley . ."Jn.-liIlufTalo 2J Ml 42 U7 3.WJ 3U 477 SID M,t. Itriwusvllle Hurgln Hurk.-rvll- l MMIMMIIIIIt sn 2d C7i M7 U-- . Murray Nebo Ntptun Now MuufordvUlu 475 2.WS 2M 233 a FURNITURE. It helps to harmonize the furniture and decorations, renews old articles, giving them new Ufa and beauty. Oirrnllton Caillx Rurkley Jturllnicton liurnnlila Uutler , tfi 1,117 428 is3 l.tKrt Cairo Cnllioun California i.a.ivert CiunplielNbiirs; i,uu 712 '..................... in ; We have a Car Load of the cel ebrated Studebaker Wagons that we are going1 to make Campton fan Valley Caneyvllle OamitK.llFVlllo 14 rra 1,H 12a 113 410 Columbus Kew Haven Now 1Ion) NW Liberty Kuwpurt Nloliolxivllle N. Mlddkttown N. 1'ltxuiurevUlo Nortonvlllo Oakdaiu town Oaklaiwl Olive 1U1I Owvnaboro Owenton Owlne9-lll- Nw h 407 214 lis 2i0 JSO.i'J 2.W5 3J0 23a ' 264 M2D73 257 1. Cowgill's Drug Store. rA33 l'i.011 1,024'' UI3 CLOSE OUT PRICES on, as we will not handle any more after this lot is sold. You know what the wagons are, and if you want a Stude J'f Dxtcr Iover Dixon Carlisle Carrsvllle Carter Cswyvtlln CntlettMburg Cme City Centertown Central City Cenilmn Springs Cbaplln Clilmjro CHrkson Clay CIny City Clinton Clovorport Columbia Columbus Concord Corbln Corinth Corydon Covington Crab Orchard Crittenden Crofton Cromwell Cropper Curdavtlle CyntMana Danville Iiawwm Spring! Dayton City Canmr 1,213 2M isi 23 SK , z 643 ari 2.G43 272 170 raJntsvlUe ParaUlno Parti Pollvlll., Pombroke PerryMlle Petersburt; Powtw Volley Plkovllle llneMllo Plensurvvtlla l'oolo lVplar Plains Port Royal I'aducah 22,700 Wi SI 6.IS9 HH 731 4U7 2U3 1.2NU CI Plltaburg 2,161 623 179 VjO Kl ir.'i 371: i.ott 1,403 i,'i7 i,or2 Ml Prvstonbure IVtwtonvlllo Princeton 1U 1,1.1) 103 970 113 s MM 753 541 Providence PryoniburK Qulnoy tender Rlolimond IUchpond Robard Roohestrr Hockport Kocky Hill Roauwood Koslne ItowIt-tItumsuy Russell Husiol Springs HuMellvUle Sacramento Boillevlllo St. Cluirles 8t. Ileb-nSt Mary 1 a Proctor 3,H5 143 2,'n4 212 2S6 itaywicu . 63,170 7 3u) W3 115 Thursday afternoon, from three to fiv?, Airs W. A. Naylor entertained quite a uuuiber of friemLs lu honor, of her truest, Mrs. C. M. Johnsey, of. Shannon, Miss. MIbs Swnu Naylor. nerved punch in the dining room an the gueetB arrived. Tuble numbers mid score cardn were hand paint! tlalsUa. Chocolate cream and angel food were served. The guenta were JlewlamvB C. M. Johnsey, Val (Car penter, S. W. Luten, M. P. Naylor. S. J. AlbriUon, of Jackson, S. I) Lu ten, W. J. Barry, E. D. Johnson, Bon Hertweck, Cue Tbrelkeld, J. W Ro-ney, Henry Sanger, Lou Naylor and Misses Savannah Eaker and Ethel and Swan Naylor. Walter DeTJow. of Union City, was here Sunday. t3t 234 437 GUi U3 403 1C3 159 35 3.CJ3 5,420 1,350 6.SC9 1C1 12J 89 ica 2t3 413 jto 741 i.... 1 l.UB 3.111 T1 lot SHE GOT WHAT SHE WANTED This Woman Had to Insist Strongly, but it Paid Chicago. III. "I sulTered froinafe-roal- u eakiie33 anil stomach trouble, ami 1 went to tho Btoro to pet a bottlo of I.ydia 1:. link-liam'- B Compound, but the clerk did not want to let mo have it ho said it was no Rood and wanted mo to try something else, but knowing all about it I in. sisted and finally T Drnktwboro Dublin Dunmor Dunnvlllo Dymrsburg Karllngton t i,im 141 3Sa io7 CD Vol 131 is in m GS nden KHzabettitown Eminence Rddyvllle KltzavlIU) Ilernstadt , , , J.M1 1,-- 74 1,970 1,443 SSI Bait Lick Solyersvllle Banders Hdence Hill Hcuttavlllo Subree ShunburB Hhelbyvllle Hheptx-rd5-lll- EVilem , HorilU S3) 532 310 2..0 :iU 257 1,327 , Kkron loi 133 l.ri 410 3.412 3M Klkton Klamer Krlantrer Krel Fairfield Jlubtnk 1.2.N tmo 700 Bhurbunvo Falrvlew Fallsburg Falmouth Farmers Ford Fosttw Konli-vlllo ,.,.. 24 jog 134 1.1M1 437 la 183 Fkrenc KlemlnKsburff 13J 1.21!) Hciiitlitmte Bmltbtind 8111IU11 Urove SmuTX't Sonora B. Carroll ton , HbiUKhteravllle Klmpmvlllo to3 1S5 413 557 4.4DI m , 250 Al" CJ7 baker see us for prices. We also handle the Tennes see Wagon, and will be glad to figure with you on them. DO NOT MISS ........................ 27) 703 644 15S 1SS BprliiKlleld Bturvton Bpartti Hpottsvnie Id7 Htaniplntr Ground Hlanrord ,. 411 1,3?J Vegetable Fountain Iun Frankfort Franklin Frnlonla Fronchburg Fulton Vrtruwn OorK"t''wn GtKMlt 10,4m 3,(d 431 173 .C7T Wl i,tH3 TIltiMi Steplioiksiwrt Bturtrls Kulplmr Biimmemvllla INiyloravlllo ,, 1,53. 27s 205 1.4C7 S1 iV. 320 023 113 Ovrnuuitown 3i7 43t 4.V TompkliMVtllo Tulu OlltNtrtsvllla aifit)W Olnfpow Junction Olxnooa Oraoey Urtuuiu Grutz Oruywin are-iburtr 2.318 2J7 1S7 3n Trenlon TuriKirs Station Tyrone llnlontown Uptim Vanoehort; Vlim Grove Valily Walnut Walton Warsaw Wunlilnjrton Water Valley Wnverly West Covlrurton Went Utterly West Ioulsvllla 1,(0 u G53 115 511 1.3MJ 1M 213 VeriJII3 1,145 X2CS 254 174 HI 570 iSO 433 Urtvnup Orv'inlllo tllltblie Iuiiii lliinlln llardln-burs ., 73S 4JU CM) 1.004 1.UHI yu ttfi 7iA Tt7 SC '2m 311 1,751 442 113 JlartfTd Il'Zinl 11j? lli II. llarMlil'Ure 'nIIIh (In-o- 3.147 l.urj THESE II )1 Mi K..UII . K r .n.U:.on Ii. (37 207 BARGAINS r ml llli llMK.mtUe IIe II., ki i r.. Pranch li rs. t'avc Jlmu-vlll- e b Ilghiind I'ark Orove town US 1I.4U 4734 US 1.977 1S1 37U Hi 179 714 9.41U 10J II m .nwllo Ssl 1U SS4 . Oil Now Made Solid. HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCORPORATED 4. Tank ateamera taklns oil the world around may In Urns be a thing of the past Now, thoy have KOt up solid oil, and they declare It Is almost pure petroleum. Blight pressure, auoh as queering a cake of It In the hand, causes the oil to oote out The cake of potroleum, perhaps packed Into a wooden case lined with tinfoil, thus preventing waste or evaporation, may be shipped all around the world. Freo Ico Water the county a greater number than In any other county In England. Lancashire, too, had the largest acreage of potatoes, with the exception of Lincolnshire, In Oreat Britain, having 0 acres under cultivation. 43,-00- to) WJIIard 177 Williamsburg co , Wllllamslown sno Winchester 7,ififi Wlngo 404 Woodburn 117 Woodbury 173 Worthvllle 33 on Yosemlte zlon 2 Rich Agricultural Section, (t was mentioned at the annual dinner of the Lancashire Farmers' association that there were 137,000 cows In Whltoaburg Tiltesvllla Whltlev WIckllfTe Weit IViInt Wheatcroft White Plains 7S3 4') 231 iw 452 j;i "I know of so many cases wlsero wo. men have been cured byLydia E. Pink-has Vegetable Comiwund that I can say to every suffering woman if that medicine, docs not help her, there is nothing that will.-M- rs. Janctzki. 20C3 Arcli St., Chicago, III. TI1I3 is tho ago of substitution, aai? women who want n euro should iiihist upon Lyilla B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Just as this woman did, and not accept somethlngelso on which tho druggist can mako a littlo more profit. JVomen who are passing through this critical period or who aro Buffering from nny of thoso distressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight ?,f y,1,0 ?act that for tllirtr years I.ydla L. Pinkham'a Vegotablo Compound, which is made from roots and herbs, lias been tho standard remedy for fe. male ills. In almost every community you will lind women who havo lieen restored to health by I.ydla R Pink-hamVegetable Compound. 's Hiau 1 uiu, vmm Dot it mill lor it nas cured inc. run en m TIME TABLE C, M. & G. R. R. (Effective June 4, 1911) Lcavo Arrive Leave Arrive Leavo Arrive Leave Arrivo IHokman Dyerahurg Hickman G:30 a. m. 8:30 a. m 2:00 p. m. 6:00 p. m. 9:00 a. m. 12:00 noon 5:30 p. m. 8:30 p. m. Dyersturg Dyorsburg Hickman Dyorsburg Hickman at H. B. CurUn'g. itoom St. Iuecepuon Oo. "sellFurnitureless."Lou it tor I 0. If. ROSS, Agent. (sanaMHH p(i-- M li"M . I' Extra,, Bjctra, bARlNG HOLDUP !!!! IM Flowers Given to Convicts. Kvory convict In tlin Frankfort wiiH kIvcii a rose or somo pretty (lower nnd exorcises of a nnturo wore held tlurluK U10 day. It was Flower M tuition day nt tho prison and thu convicts were r,lv-o- n a full holiday, no work being dono In any of tho shops. Thu late Mrs. Susan SI. Warner, of Loulsvlllo, origi nated tho Idea of Flower Mission day at tho prison nnd for ninny years ono day la tho year has been sot npnrt for tho distribution of flowers nmonK tbo prisoners. Tho convicts showed sur prlstiiK sentiment and seemed to iih predate tho How ere which afforded a bit of color In their dull routine of semi-lollglou- Restaurant For Sale... We hnve nn A No. 1 Restaurant that can be bought nt a bargain. Located in the best town in State, and is good paying proposition. Owner has good reason for selling. Can show you that it is a paying investment and business increasing daily. life. - - "" Leather Trust Skins the Shoe Wearer Both Ways leather is up than ever before in the history of the trade. Hoeretary of State llruner Issued 11 report from all tbo state banks as of Juno 7th. and notices wore mailed. The comptroller of tho currency nt Washington has Issued a call for reports from all the national banks for June "th, too, nnd ovory state In tho union will nlso Issue a call for reports from 'he statu banks on thnt date. This united action In calling for reports from all tho banks In the United States as of tho samo date, has been taken after conference with tho comptroller nnd this will bo dono onc a year hereafter. In this way tho exact amount of money on deposit in thu United Slatjs cau bo obtained with nbsoldto accuracy. onll for On the Glorious Fourth. Call on Banks for Statement. Strictly Cash Propositioni Apply at Hickman Courier Office The price of second-gra- Trust-tanne- d its quality is worse putting its The cause of it all is Unit the Leather Trust shut down its Inn time de leather independent of the Leather Trust. facturers in America who tan their o hndicott, Johnson & ( o. liny their hides in the open markets til the world. They own their tanneries. They build their .shoes from the ground up of honest leather. They sell direct to your home shoe dealer. The Eudieott-Johnsodress and business shoe is the KNDWKLL (Goodyear Welt). It sells for $3.00, $3.50 and $1.00. It is a handsome shoe. It will give you service and comfort that you cannot get in any other shoe nt any price. You 011 are not limited as to stle in END WELL shoes. can have any last and shape of toe right up to the minute. Shoe or Oxford Lice and IJutton your choice of all the colors of leather. C Identify it by this name stamped in every shoe l A 11 u Ilnwinnny ordinary slim manufacturers do you suppose ran nIFord to rcfiiM' tliti soonml-grnoixm leatlicr? Not onet Von, tjic shoo Ittiyer nnd wearer, have got to keep Ixith and proleet yourself. . Von can get lioncst shoes if you want them. You can get tlicm 50 cents to $1.00 cheaper than you are now paying for ordinary shoes. shoos made by the only shoe manuRight here in this town you can get Kndicotl-.Iohn.so- n 03-01 nnd is increased price. leather on the market at an de appointed chairman or tho Indies general committee and sho will name a numtwr of nut) committee. ArrniiRtHiienta lme boon nindo for splendid music and a number of re fined and eHiertnlnlng amusement. It is believed thU will tm tho most complete ami eiijojrnbln picnic ever given In Frankfort, as nothing will bo overlooked tlmt will add anything to tho plofurarM of th day. Two or thrco lino ukrn hare promised to bo proMHL Holt Will Case. The executive oonunlttro In chnrgo of tho Fourth' of July plonlc to bo given by tho Knight of Columbus bold a meeting to take thu first steps In arranging plans. Mrs. C. It Collins was Remember Two Things WHEN YOU PAINT 1. The paint is small jxut of the cost. It's the paint ing thnt counts. 2. It costs less to put on good paint than cheap, be cause it's mndc better. If you use Pi L V vv " ! ENDWELL SULLIVAN BROS. "'""?" Tip-tonvll- TW " Kcnluck? The special twm of tho Franklin circuit otmrt. at whkh the famous Holt will can- - will be trkd. will be presided ow by JuiIkh L P. Frt'jrer. of Butler. This oniw 1mm leen tried onco, but the Jury cfMihl mit agre on a verdict. Jnms Holt, rmrident of this county, died laavliig most of his property to the Masonic lodgo of JutTersonvlllo, Ind.. to be used for tbo comfort o; orphans of Mnsoui. Ilia retain ra wuro cut out of the will, but as he was not married the will has stood the tent of tho law to Unto. A uuphuw Is suing to break the will. De Sota Paint you Sct the l)est 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. f.ivc St 0 tri.it. Wo nlso oirry Oils nnd Vornkhes Judne Jones Preside. Judge Samuel Jones, of Olasgow, bos been nppolntod special judge to presldo over the remaining term of Shoe buyers who live outside the city wbrre tlili paper is published on learn tb e names of their hums dealers tho Hardin olrcull court by (lov. Will-son- . who carry END WELL shoes by writing to Endicott, Johnson & Co., Endicott. N. Y. Special Judgo T F. Burhead was compelled to return to bis district In order to presldo over tho Ohio county circuit court Judgo Weed S. Chelf, tho presiding Judge of this disI.etJer S011U1 and lunula Joins r. Court of Appeals. A. M. Tyler and wife were lu trict, who has boon III for somo tlmo. Friday, In tho comt of appeals a decision Is unnblo to presldo at tho present turned lo Grains Landing Hundav Untl ll.llllln.l ilr.un hf.liliiic. flint ft Mli.ir- term. I Mrs It H Miirrt-1- aiul liule grand iff Is Mho Mary Klmbro la visiting rela not attending to fees daughter, retijrnt-- to LoiuhwII.- Sat sessions cutillid quarterlyforcourt, Uvea at Crulriifieltl. of the and Dr. T. J. Crlco was nppolntod first urday luornliig. ttiat tho uherirr, and not the county, Hugh O'Donnell, of St, IxmLs, was must pay for printing tax receipt assistant and Dr M. It. Davidson, Bnice Powell, It L. Mntheny and here tills week on business and was hooks uud county claim books. The third assistant superintendent of the Conuuu Vance went to Tyler Friday decision was tbo guit of C. T. Bondurant and given In tho case of Likohind nsylum, at a meeting of tho squirrel hunting. Tho board decided (J raves county against Wallace, slier- - board of control wife. .. . .. . to raise tho scale of wages to bo paid iiv .1 mo u raves circuit couri. Mrs. Harry Stubbo ami children, of in, iium Thursday evening, Mrs. Tom ThomTho court held the Ihhuu of SI 1,000 tho attendants In nil of tho asylums or her as entertained a number of friends Hlotlgetl, Mo., are the gub(A of school bonds for tho Cadiz graded 1:1.50 In aiUnuco of the uniform wage agrcod upon somo time ago. school as valid. at Rook In honor of Mrs. Aiuia SmlUi sinter, Mrs. Clin. Jnckxon. Tho decision was scnlo will tako effect July 1. Troy, and Mrs. Lola Bright Price, Mra. Otto Hertweck and Mrs. Per- given In tho case of McKlnuey against This of I'uncli wati served in cy Jones have returned fiom a vjhIi tho board of trustees of the Cadiz of LJoulslana. Orders hnvo beon Issued by tho adgraded school, on appeal from Trigg dining room as the giieflts arriv- to Mm. ItUla Foul, In Cairo. tho county. The court says tho election jutant general for the mustering In ed and later refreshments of cream of tho Kentucky Children that are affected by worms was valid oven If two similar s of a now couiiKMiy and cake. The gucMs were Dr and are palo and sickly and liable to con-trawero hold In tho same year. State (iiiard at liiievtllo. The com some fatal disease. WHITE'S Tho court further says that If tho pany Is to he composed of good men Airs. P. B. Curliu, Mr. and Mrs. II worms CREAM li. Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Hen llert-iwec- promptly VERMIFUGE expels on the bond Ihhuo voted on was larger lu and It Is expected to make a good and puts the child showing at tli state oncaiiuminnt. n amount than authorized Mesdamea A. A. Faris, V J road to health. Price 2Iic per botUo. tution, that fact would by the consti- it has some line rllle shots among tho not affect tho C. L. Walker. Harry, S B. Parker, C Sold by Hickman Drug Co. legality of tho election, as the trus- recruits. tees can issue only bonds In tho amount within the constitutional limit. Todd's Report. On account of llio demand for tho roport of MiKenilo It. Todd, stato lnsector and examiner, In which ho No Danger discusses tho condition of tho olllccs In taking Dr. Bell's of County School Superintendents, for coughs nnd colds. It contains uo Prof. Hllsworth Ilogoustoln, Superinhabit producing drugs. Look for tho tendent of Public Instruction, Is havBell on tho Bottle. 8 ing printed 30,000 copies of the ro port, which will be sent over the stato. Prof. KvKonstolu regnrds tho report Little. Richard Prather has beon as important and thinks It would nick for several days. help to have tho teachers of tho whole limu I leading men In every coun W J Logan and Swayno Walker stato and ty read tho full report. returned to Craig's Landing Sunday. EXCLUSIVE DEALERS 41 ifaM vVwJ - - i An Accident in the Dark need never occur if you have'the electric light in your house. We can prevent it by making an electrical connection outside the room door. A twist of the fingers turns on the current and you enter a brilliantly lighted room. That's only one of a thousand electrical devices we can supply you. Come and see tho oth- eleo-tloa- er 999. Hickman Ice & Coal Go. (Incorporated) sr- - 'r- - XUXjZjOKT, Ov., 3VXv. B w 9 Do You Get The Beit. ltcd J E. Fuqua and family several li you havo a cough, cold, asthma, flays last week. croup or any throat or bronchial Clyde Farrow, of Caruthorsvlilo, vis "A LITTLE LIGHT' I On a "BURNING" Subject. Your home and your business is something that you have spent years in making, it could bum at any lime, and, if your are not "pro'tcclcd" by fire insurance, and in good companies, your labor has been in vain, your family is homeless and your gone. TRT OUT AST TO TINT) 01 EXPENSES-- T ONE OF SEE tioisuioLD A rOLU N71.fr MAZE WIND VP IN WIIH A CHECKING ACCOLNT EFERY rot) LI whl-rj- Misses Ruth Walker and Florcnco trouble and use Dr. Bell's you do. Look for the Bell on Barry wont to Troy., Monday, to Vis-I- t 8 tho Bottle Mrs. Anita Smith. MIsa Laura Brown rov know CENT WEST ANV WHAT FOR IT COSTS NOTHING A ND 1 II 1 Girxtat HICKMAN BANK AND TRUST CO. Q 50.0 tiSSSujjJiu 13250021 utn &cvi fi. J Four store rooms, 1 night and Sunday with hor suiter, residence all on Moscow avo Mrs. J. M, Roper, noar Shuck Switch. Oood locations for business, prices Mrs. Tmvla has returned from Un- reasonablo. Would liko to soil all ion City where sho has been visiting. at ono deal. Frank Thompson. 4c Her daughter, Mrs. Mattlo Burdick, of Nashville, Is visiting hor for a fow Capt. F. M. Ryan and wlfo loft wvoka. Monday night for Cloverport, Ky., to Miss Besa Harper, who has tbeen vlBlt relatives. Capt. Ryan has beon visiting Misses Laura and Marine sick for tho past two weoks. Brown, returned to Union City' FriHerbert Sullivan, of Mnyfleld, la day. Sho wns accompanied homo by horo this week during tho absonco of Miss Annlo Loo Brown. bis brother, T. T. Sullivan. spent Saturday FOR SALE: A.. 33. n protect your home and business by Insuring you !: 33 T3r 33 3D -- jg- In nies, he represents good companies only. uiiico in intlPito ISiiilriiwj. good compa- l()n0 N0, 51 tiiMl- - nowly graveled road. That country Wo stayed ono night aa we had to product moro sweet oil than Ken- spend Boveral days In Uio city and tucky does hog lard All day wo had wanted to have a nlco time and good U hard mln nnd wo stopped In an old pace to stay, wo went to tho Chris DY A. S DARKETT hotel about half way between Naplus tian neighborhood and rented furntah nnd Jerusalem. It looks to bo an d room with tlio lady of tho house old plnco for all BtrnngerB to stop In to cook for us, ami wo wero lucky to Judlcdlt, Margeon, tlio old well Ktlll HtnndliiR and It will ithoro. After feeding limn and beast find good clever people to serve us Im Syria, Turkey. remembered as lout; as tlio world wo started oil our vrtiy to tho Holy nnd treat uh us homo folks, so wo lasts. Tlio Innd In Uie valleys n round Meson. Spucr & Buxton, City. Aftor wo traveled about ten paid our bill at tho hotel and moved Hickman, Ky., U. 8. A. Outre Ih very fertile und all ntontf miles In u mighty ragged, rough and to our now stopping place. Mother the bluff vttw iioUilng much except Iknr Friends: inouiiliiltiouB country, where wo haw nnd wlfo wero vory much satisfied; To the SouthoaM Hiilo about two ollvo trees ax thick ha Uiey van lie the old rockH Bplll In two. The rea- i1mo Mabel wsis vory much satisfied miles fn)in the City of Nuphm wo wir I think some of them hnve boon son for that l becntmo tlio country aw Khe hnd a few UtUe girls to play dundiug there tliouwtndH of yunrw. 4) 10 place (Mill) lo In' i whore Jacob, Ih vary old. The heat of Uio huh, Uie with That was Tuesday, AjirU ISth tlu father of Jiwopli, lived moHt of You hnnlly oor see a dead ollvo tr3 ofeel ot Uio snow, rain, and rmniw Tho CJty ot Joruhlem In two IiIh life It Ih u vulley between the From there we kvit going tlirough of time showing plainly on nil lht sections tho old and now town Tho of Mount Nnplus and today a mighty rough country, but over a country In nn awfully rough and old town Is Iimldo the old walla built strciugo looking vnlloy In tlio moun- by King Solomon nnd still standing, tains wo oanie to enve and dons dug mid Uie now city 1b an addition to In nml wlilch tliey used oh their homo the old city, wlilch Ih built in modern In and which they lined s their homes style nnd owned mostly by Europeans ::. wultlug for some ono or a small who aro mostly Jews, with somo I cioud of travelers to pass that way, taunns, Russians, French. English, when thoy would Htop thciu und take Greek with a few Americana nnd an Lays away everything-- - money, goods, cam- American Consul. Tho population of "& els, nnd horses Sometimes thoy Jerusalem to at least 140,000 and In would turn them loose, but that was the eastorn season, which Ih now on, vory seldom Most of tho time when there nro probably C0.000 visitors a Hiiiull crowd (Kissed that vulley tlio Mount Ollvo Is about two miles robbers would Mop them, take by wurt of tho walls; und HeOilehem Is force everything thoy luul oven their iilxnit six mill vIotliuH und kill ovory ono of thorn. Tuesday ovenlng April 18, wo all Am nil tho Hlble renders will notlco In went down town to look around and U i o olden tltno whon Rome people visit tho holy places Uio old ruins of from Nazareth or eUawhero wanted the oldou time, thousands of years to no to Jerusalem nt least a hunbefore Chrlftt. Tho flrnt place wo vis- dred or moro called earn van 8 would Hid was the largest, most, noted, tho i;o together to tho Holy City on busl-nouKreatett and holiest church In tho cloth-Jug- , such us buying groceries, world, and every one of your readers etc. who got n clianco to visit this coun That plnco looks vory ancient and try will agree with me Incorporated The name of historical, full of springs that burst It Is the church of Kayama and part out of the hugo old rocks. I loft my of It inside Is called Uio CkwirtitM lUrt lkbffar & M.r church of kodak at homo and I longed for a pic half tho world It Is In Uio hands of ture of that noted plnco. Old towns Hie Greek Convent from Greece and and villages scattered over tho moun- here Is not enough money In the tains, all of which arc of olden time. world to buy the church In the tljne Some of tliwn arc Alno Scaiui, Alno of Christ tho gTound on which the well-dresse- d. Jlfna, Beer ol Zyte, Ikiory, Sha'fn church stands was the location of the all towns of before and during the palace of King Herod and tho place time of our Saviour. Jeans wtu crucified and bur If An mentioned before, the rain wan ied nnd tho old olive tree to which fulling hard and we couldn't boo vory CHrit was tied whon bin arms wero iniudi for the thick cloudB. 11 ut from I tied together the Utne they broought wlmt we could wo, tho country Is him beforo tho governor of tho Jews mountainous, ragged and poor and in Jerusalem. Ab wo went In tho hard to rnlso much on; but little bar big door, ono of tho marble posts at ley, whenl and small orchards of the door Is bursted lengthwise, and .grapes, figs and moro ollvo trees. piple of that place told me Uiat It Arriving In Jormtilem In tho even luippened a few years ago when Uie Day Phone No. 84: ing we went nt might to tho hotel In light of Jesus comes out In that Night Phone No. 7 Ilabe el IChalell. n very fine hotel but ihiirch, on every Saturday In every In tho Benson alt the hotels are full jenr, the day beforo Easter, tho day well-dressebo n man with n family can't have of his resurrection. As wo stepped d all Uie conveniences lie- should live inside the church, wo saw the place where Uioy washed tho body of Jesus above which hangs soven costly lights Young men will find our new -presented by seven different kings styles very satisfactory; Shape-make- r, of Europe After which, a few bteps to the loft Is the spot where Mar)' Varsity and others. Magdalene, a friend of Christ and his mother, stood at tho time of Ills cru Suits to cifixion. Close by is Uio real tomb of Jesus and Uio place where they iut his deody body This tomb Is to Other makes gratyd nnd very Interesting and Bhould come to Jerusalem nnd visit the tomb of Christ Tho monument built on Christ's grave cost n Imrrel of gold To our right Is Uie church of half tho world, tho decoration of which cost moro money than a poivon can imagine. To the left of this Is the placo whero the cross was found. Everything In that placo Is iitlll llko It was when It was discovered. It lookn llko It was dug out of Cheer up. a hugo rock. Tho looks of tho ploce Hovers but not quite as much as tho Is enough to convince anyone of the Russians. Preo Ico Wator at H. E. Curlln's. I will have to quit this time and truthfulness of Uiosc noted and saMost stupendous celebration ever attempted in this section will be write again next week, which will be cred places. Dahnke's Cream Bread phono 74 Some little piece from there la the the conclusion of what we saw In given by the Cairo Retail Merchants' Association, at Cairo, Illinois, Refrigerators that will keep Ico for old placo where Jesus hid from the Jerusalem, also our visit to UeUilo-ho.nJuly 4th and 5th, nnd $12. Hickman Furniture Co. Mount Olive, Judge and the place whore tho women followed Illui In order to holp Alno Sllman and that will bo twice Dahnke's Cream Bread received Him outnndsoo.w hat they wore going one. I trust Uiat you and your read dally at Mntheuy Bros. & Plant to do with tholr friend; nnd Uie place longer and more ImiKirtant Uian this Don't forget wo havo Uio best lino of Gulgulhn, which is mentioned In ors are enjoying tho reading of my tho 27th chapter of St. Matthow, the pieces about tho Holy Land. I have of matresses. Hickman Furniture Co very placo where our beloved Saviour two more lettors about our trip to We havo some now things In furwas crucified, and Uie post to which Palestine. We are all well and niture this season. Hickman Furniready to return'to old U S. A. He was bound U BtlU thoro. Just a ture Co. The world renowned aviator, will make two flights each day in Luck to evorybody. few yardH from this place Is whoro Mary, the mother of Jesus lived In S. L. DoddB attonded tho Grand Your friend, one of his famous biplanes. Jorufialoni nnd the vory room which A, S. DARKETT merienn shoot at Columbus, Ohio, kIio occupied during her stay in the thlB week. city. In this same neighborhood we This U "wall paper" time. Let us Mra. S. L. Dodds and children left saw the tomb of Abraham, so Uie Monday for Olarksdale, Miss., to visit show you tho prettiest line you ever peoplo of Jerusalem! claim. saw. Fetho & Fronch. friends. Tho Roman Catholics own a Httlo jlaco In tho big church which Uioy Wo are propared for rush orders Miss Josophino Hamlett has returnIt Is nicely and nnd wo will not dlsnppoint you. use as tholr church ed from Missouri, nnd it visiting her co&tly decorated. None of you who Tearless Co., phono 195. sistor, Mrs ,V. J. Cook. have novor visited tho oastorn coun- I Mn . Wright Phebus and children. F. E. Case &. Son recolvcd their Night of July 4th, at cost of thousands of dollars. Nine immense tries can realize Uio millions of dol-- j lamps pictures now Maxwell car Saturday. It will of Union City, are tho guests of lnr lnre Bpent for costly, barges moored in Ohio River will serve as a platform from which cousin, Mrs. C. H. Moore. nnd furniture for tho churches, and be used for delivering groceries. you all about what If I wero to toll Free Display will be shown. Jno. Holland arrived here Tucsdaj I saw In this big church It would tnko to spend a few days with his wlfi a a wholo week. Anyhow whon wo get father, J. A. Stubbg and family, back to Hickman somo of you will Irish potatoes aro getting to bo in ask us what wo saw In Jcrusalom, eo -a class with tho Rockefeller dishet. wo will have to savo somo nows ?1 40 a bushol on Uio Hickman, mar tho greatest church on earth, ko especially about Uio Russians who nro very religious Indeed. Thero nro A. G. Klmbro has a now Professional League Baseball Games, both days. Automobile paabout 8,000 of them here and It Is InIt is onsy E,. M F. touring car. Interesting to eoe thorn when deed rades. Steamboat excursions. Band Concerts. a quostlou of time whon local llvcy-ino- n they go to worship. Thoy begin mak- Nothing better at any price will rent autos as well as horses ing Uio cross, kissing tho holy places Made in Hickman. No paper and vehicles. kneel down and pray, kiss tho floors, and pictures. I bollevo each ono of or rotten leather used. See Miss Emnin Tyler, daughter of R them kissed tho church nil ovor, and them at T Tyler, who Is attending school at Uioy are the most truthful peoplo In, Staunton, Vn , won the nessle Hun Pi (what Uiey bellovo than any nnUon I ton scholarship for making Uie best over saw. The Greeks aro great bo- grades during tho yoar. l Letter from Syria T 1 UNDERTAKERS EMBBLMERS St. Louis Furnishing Co. Our stock of Coffins and Caskets is complete. HEREVER you go this sum- Our New Hearse is here. w1i-r- All calls answered promptly, day or night. mer you ought to go you start by coming here and go away in one of our Hart Schaffner & Marx men are suits, you'll be in style anywhere on earth where mi CAIRO, ILLS JULY 1011. $18 $25 over-Olirt.tl.i- n $8.50 $16.50 Smith & Ambero; 4-- 5 i, Ileor-SUmn- n GLENN H. CURTISS got-Un- g -- Magnificent Fire Works Display WRIGHT'S Numerous Side Attractions Hand Made Harness jMf er Special Rates on all Boats and Railroads. Hickman Harness Co. iCr"iAts 4,jwefJ9 0VVAAmAmiv ; : : ,:.'.,'"'':.,': rt : : : , St-- tr 3 s' 3AJ1 - The Courier's Weekly Sermon v U lljr I'A.STDlt IU'SMKI.I.--- T if Ky. Lump Goal The Everything You Want : : : : : ; : 77i .Boy THE HOLY NAME. : : : : I. ' - : ; : : ; 7b Wsi : : : i I ; ; : : - ; ; ; without being coaxed or threatened, have your bath room fitted up so nicely that he will be ashamed to be less clean looking than it. Have us attend to the plumbing, and for a moderate sum we'll put in a tub or basin that will make the boy want to take a vash whether he needs it or not. Isn't that a miracle. I ; : Pastor Russell Declares That Millions of Christians Unwittingly Profane the Creator In Misrepresenting What His Holy Name Represents. SUGGESTIONS WORTHY OF CONSIDERATION. 4.50 l ATon Grocery Snow Finite 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. Let me snve you money on your coal. STEVE PHONCS STAHR BOTH or oloriKil torturo for the onlnnilt grtMt nnijorlly or tho rare. Ah! in frtondt. U not this still another form of hhiHphnmyT If some of g lit hlnxpli u. iil the Holy Nnuielu our I lonelily Knthor an uiercl-lost- , oohN. lune wo not In nuothrr hhiKpheimsl that same Holy Nnnie In det'larliig that lie lacks tho power and the wldom to do tho good which Un loving heart would prompt J Do wo worxhlp n stupid and luiH)teii( fJixl. one who blundered In the creation of our nice, nud w ho, for six thou sand years, has boon striving to roc tlfy that error nnd all the whllo has repre-seiitlu- : : : lie 'he MiuiKhit Is I.omi Itsolf-th4uiMihotle wllli Illi.rronturo. nnd N iMlng oier) offort to avert the great at Deliveries Prompt : : : : : : Hickman Tin. ' & Plumbing Co. PAVEMENT PHILOSOPHY. Talk little and : : : : Both Phones Mo. 73 t a. j! ! m. tyler w mj much. Attorney-nt-Ln- ; A cold In summer makes one hot. Money talks as Ions as It has wind. and Not nry Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. ! The beo stlnga only when It has cause. If your face Is your fortuno take care of It. In choosing between two erlls giro both tho hook. TTtMrlTin.il, ; ; Ky. J Office with Judge B. T. Davis 3; Put your best foot forward, bring the other up to It. If you can't have your own way ably It Isn't a good one. but prob- J. KELLY SMITh Attorney Ont'Unlh of U at-Law at first sight Is a beautiful spectacle If It only staya put. A man who Isn't worth his salt must be too fresh to be of any use. Clinton, Kentucky ftes to ChrtstUnltt. It's pretty rare to find a married woman who wants her life Insured. No one has eyer yot been able. to ex. plain Just why a widow Is "charming." Business -- Directory ASK FOR RATES- - lng, say, "Cheer up." Is a fine thread In life's garment to hear a man, whose heart Is break It W. J. McMURRY Attornay-at-La- If you can play a quiet game of cro, quet with your nolghbor you ara goood frlonds. cor-talnl- y Office la Davis Building on corner. Hickman. Ky. DR. C. M. CRUTCHFIELD. DantUt If you can detoct the odor of onions In a young; girl's breath you may be sure that she's elthor marrlod or 1 'S A woman will wobble along on high Davidson's old aUnd. Phono No. 2. heels, but you can't shako her belief Jhat thoy nren't the host kind of a her. Hickman, Ky. thing for her particular kind of a foot. Juno IH. Pnatot Ittisscll gave lNO p u o 1 c addrcsr here today, one ol which we report Mnny of Denver"! prominent religion-peopl- e Aaialay. awj were coll I&i&SSSD splcuous In the large audience Profound Itnptvwlons wore undoubted ly tnnilt SHiiklug from the text. leen allowing thniisands of millions of whom he loves to go holy. holy. Lord Cixl Almighty; III creature "Holy. down to an eternity of torturo? M.i' thf whole eurth shall bo tilled with It would U hourly ns easy to worship thy glory" tv, 8l. thuiiiH-a(iod as an all M)Werfnl and lotole er tuilil: tit worship hii alllotliiir hut uiiwIko ami linpntout i5xl who foolishly, sin Thre General Vlewt. There umy lie said to bo three differ full), hnuight thoiisnmls of iiiIIIIoik of IntelllHiHit holnvn Into oxhitetire only theories prevalent In Christendom to Miff or an eternity f agony through on the subject All three of thoo MM liimniiHtoiiro vlewa dtvlnrc that the Almighty, with "Holy. Holy. Holy. Lord God." full Hiwer to have done otherwise, so Wo itmio imw to our toxt. It do rivattil humanity that a child once rhtnx tlMl the time l eumlug when lHru luto the world can never die Ihe wIhiIo onrth tmlt Ih full of !ms must tiro tHitiiew'hcro unceasingly Ah gtortous ilsy! .Then the ) elthor In imln or In pi en sure. By what Iihih r hriMirHW. miHrstltloii authority ny mnke these declaration iHluiMlerHtaiHlliiic ami mlropretM-iit.- i we liuvu tie or nwortalned. Our CntlKvIk- - friend tell ii that by lloi In rnjm-- l lo Ihe (HrtHo hrnc 'er will nil aVe lefiiro IIh- - llahl of Itu Divine arrangement, terrible purgaoiMTleiH-e- t practically kiMtutodav of the atory of (Sod tin torial await f llo IHvIho rhanirlor iMllox every mouther of our race. In the hope initnlfi-l- eil Ih tho Olvlne I'hiii for tlwt. If rightly exorcised thereby, after i It it Could thbt Strip eoiitiirtos of torture, an eternity of hilliiHH over In- - fulNlleil. nmld the lUtlno Mix will he gained. Is not this nlxo litre tor oer ! spproelnieil hy In a hlaipliomy ngalnit tho Holy Name? MI hotieMt. nnd loving Who could deny It? Surely such a leillnwit. iteHrt. If In mIit eorner of Ihe t'nl l theory llniitiemnu. tiorrlblc. nre ihin wen- - Mirh oralo ami lor Wonc and Worw Prvdettlnattd. of nin of I IN rreutttrix ns Ibo Is It any wonder that. In early life he Murker A gnu Ihivo sot forth T iirph not! Oh the eontrnry. In this our chlldlxh hearts were filled with fear rather than with love toward our L."..rlmM hsy will Im fulrllled the Creitthr nnd toward Ills Ucvvlatlon, m rltunl .ireilkthm. "all In honven Hie ItihleT is It nny wonder that It and Ih iMrth m under the eorth ererrwlen iMwrd I knylnc. pralso reiiulred nil kind of lighting with our eomiiioii ome to tielleve, as wo wore rlorv iHinnr. dominion nnd might iv luught we should, that God lovingly hiiIii Mini that sllleih nu the throne, iriilesthiHtel that nil human families nnd unto the Ijiuih forever! MtuHihl suffer oternally except n saintly Imiidful- - henuMe He was pleased to have It o Ixvnino lie foreordained Get the Dest He had For all skin troubles, ulcers, that II must Ih ho eoxemii. innde n great place called hell before chaps, black heads, pimples and all or- innde the earth, and made It largo uptiona. Uso IJr. ltella' Antiseptic lie eunuch tn hold tho. entire human fam- Salvo and you got tho bust. Wo guar auico iu lie a box uverywheru h ily deHe created mons to InllUt tortures upon the poor unfortuimte who were shapeu In In hln eoncelvod by their motARARAT NOT EASY TO CLIME 1 k Ims-hfire-pro- if Denver, Colo., Telephone orders receive our personal attention. MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74: HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ISM KHTAIII IHIIKI' TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. JUirk Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING. STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS. IRON FENCING Hickman, Kentucky Hnrrp.Mir lo II. l. lUliiniKKti. tlptttuml) Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, IL M. 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I am often reminded that although s I had the wealth of Croesus my do-Ire- not ashamed of thy virtues; hon- Still Another Olaiphemy. consldornhle proportion of thinking ClirNtJmi jKKiple will Join with us in Knyliig. All. surely Brother Calvin grlovnul erred and grievously misrepresented i he CihI of love when ho t.i light the dovtrl ho of the predestination of tho wicked to eternal torture! Ah' say these ("hrlsthin friends, our hearts rebel that theory of 1)1 lue predomination We claim that A Only Seventeen Ascents of the Moon- tain Where the Ark Retted Hava Been Recorded. W. F. MONTGOMERY Undertaker Hearse and drlrera furnished on short notice. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. would still remain the same. Thoreau. Nervous I was very nervous," writes Mrs. Mollie Mirse, of Carrsvllle, Ky., "had palpitation of the heart, and was Irregular. "On the advice of Mrs. Some people are always grumbling because roses havo thorns. I ara thankful that thorns havo roses. AlDhonso Karr. FACT 'AND FANCY. What can't ho curod supports tha doctor. It Is better to be a dark horse than a black sheep. Few women can draw a straight line none can argue In It. To say a man Is happy bocauso ha is rich is as unwarranted as to say a man Is healthy ho because has enough to eat. New York Tribune. dairy In The only Fulton County. B. G. Hale Real Estate We have several fine tracts of Bottom Land, below Hickman, for sale, also some West Hickman lots for half their real value Now is the time to invest in real estate in and around Hickman. You can see prices growing. Call on or address me at Hickman, Business Phone No. 15 Hattie Cain I took 2 bottles of Cardtil and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took. "I am 44 years old and the change has not left me, but I am lots better since faking CarduL" KM Take Ararat is not a mountain that ta climbed ovcry day, or even every year. Bovcntoon ascents have been recorded. When Jamca Ilryce, unaccompanied, made his remarkable ascent In 1876 he was told by every ono whom ho mot In tho vicinity of tho mountain that tho top had never boon reached, and what waa more, It never could be. Jlnns nnd fiends and giants had prevented tho rascally Kurds from even attempting to scale the terrlblo mountain, and since tho Ark grounded thoro mortal man had not been allowed to trespass on tho scaled heights bo was Informod. Had not SL Hngop trlod again and again to reach tho summit In order to si lence tho skeptics nbout the Ark? Hut found himself ench morning on waking qulotly deposited at tho bnse, whenco ho started. Finally an nngel presented him with a pleco of tho Ark for his pains, but told him to coaso his attempts to reach tho ground. That waa In tho fourth contury of our em, but the ploco or tho Ark Is still to bo seen nt tho monnstory of the Kltohmaldsln, whero dwells tho cathollcos of the Armenian church. That Russians, or a Btrny lono Englishman, had really roachud tho top of Ararat waa not to bo thought of. for-bldd- t t Sprinkling' Rates FOR $ 1011 The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May 1st and ending November 1st, 1911, in rcsi dence section, is t t 50 foot front and under t t t 8c for each additional foot. 6.00 Business house rate, each door 6.00 Sprinkling must be done enrly inthc morning or laic in afternoon. Flense remember this. This is pnynbte in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. i t t u $ HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. INCOIlt'OIlATKU -- 4W Dr. Bell's J lum-bor. d. t t Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Save a Dollar. SPECIAL OFFER: Th ooElootrio Studio wUl niako you a fine 12.00 Life Size Crayon Portrait for only 98c, if you present this coupon beforo July lat. Great prlco reductions dur ing tills month only. J. M. PULLEN, Tho Woman's Tonic Cardul Is advertised and sold by Its loving friends. 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