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The Hickman courier: June 29, 1911 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 hic1911062901_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: June 29, 1911 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. n,yrnrw,- - J. 0. Stubbs DENTIST tallod Building, orr ttrcvard't Mor I'Imhic " No. SI THE HieKMAN COURIER. The Courier han a Spankin' Good Team. A BLUE MARE HEBE mans want the to rnn nftrr thli motiib thnt yoar tab erlptlon has eiplrcd ltnnir promptly If run pnpertocoma Hdvertising la the Team that Pulls tne Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success. VOLUME (iU NO. U Ol.DIIBT PAPHR IN WiiBTEKN KlINTOOKT Grease the flxles of Your Ulagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE MR. NEWLYRICH IN 29, 1911. Chapter Organized. Tlio Royal Arch Masons of Hlck-ma- n met Monday night anil a chapter W!is duly organized or rather tho old Hickman Chapter No. 19, most of wlioso members were victims of Uie yellow fever epidemic In 1878, was reorganized. Officers woro duly lntnlled by Past Grand Illgli Priest I.Andrum, of Mnyfield. They aro: High Priest, ltov. II. J. Oelger. King, Dr. II. E. Prathor. Scrilio, C. P. Shumate. Captain Host, II. T. Italia. Prlii. SoJ., 11. C. Holm. Jtoyal Arch Captain, II. N. Cowglll. Master 3rd Veil, C. D. Travis. Mauler 2ml voll, Leo Atwill. Master 1st Veil, Paris Naifoh. Secretary, It. A. Tyler. Treasurer, Dr. J. M. Hubbard. Tylor, Alex Naifeh. Regular meeting nlgitls aro Uio 3d Monday night In each month, and nieeUngB Will bo bold at Uio Masonic Hall. WHOLE no. ESTABLISHED IJf THE ami TEAR 1NOO m.AT RANDOM Mm. C. T. Dondurnnt itMnt 3g LONDON Our New Roofing We have j'ust added the famous 1)11 ilounl of Pharmacy, was In Hlckmiin business Tuivulny. V. (!. HUlhOII IlIIH lltfll ll)K)lll(l by tho ftut (IllJ'H of Ullfl Ww;k III NiuJivllle. llosinl of Huu-macan lt!fir' of r'nltirti cotinly. Ooxl bo Hd lirumloy, attorney for llu HUitu loctJmi. a fovv J. Bull Dog Roofing to our line. 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. It In not uxit4td tlittt tho Kland ti u nl Oil Co. tiion will liuvo to glvp up T. Barton, chit t augtiiotir at Uio nutoiiiobllrtt or that tho tobarco mat, .Mngel rWtirntd homo Mktndny from luilitt wilt h IOIIIMtll(l to Hiuoki Hot Springs, whom ho luw beoii for cliHUp cJnorH, on ncH'ouut of ll h d iiKMrih'ik tvkL cUionn. Iu Unuw county tho Socialists Tlio N.. O. & Bt. U. lirUUo flfliw ar Jutvo nominated Joo Ilrjnii fur rlvil lmro Tiietluy nml Ix'Knn work and K. I.. N'uikh. 8r . for on Mio lirlilKo over Troy r.ul, vsliudi Htuto Senator for tlilit dbitrUM. will nllow wiikoii truffle lo ko umUr Tli la Uuie I.lhC yoar wo wro Hutting li( mllrtiul. Thiy will prolxilily be up lato looking lit Hnlluy's comet. tdn bruiotiiK tlirtlr tmiiut over Uk AlUiouch It Id 800,000,000 miles awny. Uill lino nlxrut Uio 1Mb of Anwmt. It .la twiM It can Ktlll bo Kiun nnd ilm Uio nmjor portion of the work Iuih photographed. Dlrtaneo (loos loud now Utah flnlHhl. UliahullttlleUl lo Uiu 1w Full roportH on. (lip HChool coiiuh LET US SHOW YOU Reynolds, Moss Co. New Jewelry Store. J. R. Brooks, a leading Jeweler nnd optician at Greenfield. Tenn., was hero this week looking for a location tor a Jewelry store, and liked Hick man so well Unit he has mado ar rangements lo embark In tho busi ness htro. Ho has rented Uio W. F. Montgomery building, wJiich was formerly occupied by Dondurant's Insurnnco Tho proprietor will put In a now glasii front and mako such oUi-o- r Improvements as are necessary. Mr. lirooks expects to move his family hero some time Iu August, and oxpeots to bo oikjii for business not later Uian September 1st. rolviHl died at nml thin of U.nworUi, Kan., Ml a will dntod uliown Unit I'ubllo I iitamotion of '1'lfi.TiU" (otnl Ihoro nn 1107 tailing the luilk of her ijut (if 130.000 to li.ir lUiiik'liliT niul to IIih clillilrrn of itchool iu;o in thlrt Ktnto Mt.itlntkyi hIiow tluit only 3G pr Homo for DmuknnU' Wlws nml Will- - 'IOi0 cut of Uio whool :lillilrn of the. Klio willed tin) Kn-on. fitnto iiiii-m- l iukmiI nnl Uio pwnt-nChurtili of Oklaliouui 7.6K In land. of tliotui luirolU'il who aUond Ih It ovelni now Uuit oiu or tliu only tS per oiit., IrtitH Uiati half of tliu .Royal to lh .Mnjewty of 'hlllrm who nro noiiiiiiiilly In the tho State Gang is working tvHli and V. A. Fnwt n black o.naltH to n Tho flrnt pf Iron Ixitrus of Uib In Uie primary nxt Saturday. 0' Valley Tnmxirtntlon Co.. Why nhould ho be mi lilUwrly opposuuwl Nw Madrid, on lUt way from l lO Front? Tlial qiieUkm Would Ntw OrlniiH lo St. IjuIh. kutt wixk. ixirmll of n doMn InuI answers Willi a (iirKO of tniRiir, townl by tho Wouldn't It U lHttr lo U4, txtfh men "Miirrini'r." TJiIh Couiinny hna run oti tlitHr merits nml Hii Uihiii for Hut mtmtrmitlon of ipilt an equal sluiw? Mr. Konnnn In a n iuiiiiIkt of Uiomi lmr;'4, and will oli'Vor, mlilc ninn, but illtlnl Jug(Jifiii In Clio trndo thin coming gling on tin1 mrt of iwcinlii friends imt full and winter; nltvo a iuiiiiImt of fln JiiMt at tliU rdiig of Uio piuiu) will IKiKHoiiKur IjikUm. N'uw MndrUl (Mo.) not help hit Cause '111- will certnJnly niily tliu old ul;ii;o "ovtl riMiiiimiilratlonM Call a vKcrlnary. It. It. HoKont i;omI mniinrm." Ihupll.tl, boUi plioiies, Hickman. Currin NiiUou who luivn Ijmhi by Uio SuH'rln-toiub'o- t Courier Want Column KTKH-O- iii The State Ticket. Circuit Court. For the ruon Unit many voters ure not familiar wiUi tlio ticket which S. E. Colo vs. I. C. R. R. Suit for iK to lx voted In tho primary noxt I7C.I0 damages. Plaintiff slilpiied a Hftlunlny, wo givo Uibiw Uio nrrango-molot of household goods and thuy wore of Kamo. lnnt nt o ... "!Mi ti t ( IJhuIi 111 AtlMinr'. t..t iI"! 'i1" a..i..t ? 'I1 (feul twrU'nnl Pr i WVok ?' 'rmr' vt'i 'w .. ..i i iii,i,i( llod-uirtor- n FOR BALK My homo In Hickman. Jan. Housloy. in transit. - 7horouhbrid Hickman. Thrco lUxl I'ollod IloRlBtcrvd Hull calves. I)odds & IVIlow, 2 wllos oast of hX3H SAIiK: U. S. Senator (Mile M. Jamos. TIiim. S. Piiyntor. For Governor-Will- iam ron-itnuii- Addains. FOR SAI.1:: Full bloodei Ilhodo .las. II. McCreary. Uland UtX pullula JC per dozen. Orderr at ouco. Klluu Ilaniott, homo For Lieut. Governor K J. MoIirnioU.. phono 7G-3c. STIUYUD: Illack horso mule, loft T. G. Stuart. iyo out, H'i hamU high, brandtd i ' J. U. leXt hip. Notify A. M. Tyler For Treaturer Thort. S. IUiwi. tX and reculvo roward. MAUICS Guy Hownnl et al vs. I. C. R. R. Suit for $250 damages. Plaintiff Miipjied 24 horses nnd 4 mules from Tamoro, Ills., to Fulton and ho says somo of Uioju woro damaged In shipment. Jn. P. KdwnrdA. r FOIl SALE: A few Kood Urood Also and Work Mnroa on easy terms a fuw MUk Cowh with youiu; S. L. DODDS. For Auditor Henry M. Dosworth. Ruby liiffoon. Family Washing SS5- V falvoa. rvz.rf 2f7?V5iT " i-- For Attorney General FOIl SALE: I havo two Jnuiptt Gnrnutt. bucks, C or C buck lambs for sale. O. II. IVdlard. I'rico reuhotiablu; Uiorouehbred. M. For Secretary of State U. Carter, Itoulo 3, Hickman, ip Hay fllloy, 3 yrs. old, STILVYKIl: wlUto HtrijK) In fnco, braudtol C lull r -- S& f, l aF. CnuvoliuH. 5 tdiouldur, whiio hind . ,-- For Supt. Schools I.. C. Uttroli. f'ot. Suitable Rirkwlal ll.imlott. R, S. Eubaiik. L l ..- - riwanl.-I- t. U. Urico. Hickman, UFDC FOIt SAI.I2: 40 acres Improved land eood location for truck farm, 3 miles Far Commissioner of Agriculture from lllckmnii, near Dyorsburj; road; J. V. Nownuin. IIvIiik HprliiKs, cistern, ycung orchard II. V. Hill. and good buildings. For further parO. T. Wyat. ticulars hco J. U. Graham, routo 2. Clerk Court of Appeals Robt. U. Greno. Wo aru authorlzen to announce J. M. Chlun. W. A. FItOST, For State Senator of Wlngo, n candidate for Uio Suite W. A. FrcwL Seuato from tho district composed S. A. Noruuiu. of tho counties of Fulton, Hickman Somo of ihepo candidatioti havo nnd Graves, subject to the action 'ol tho Democratic I'rlmary Election, on wltlulmwn nt Uio la.st mlnuto, but tlwlr iuuiuhi w ill npiHmr on the ticket July 1st, 1911. Don't Experiment With a Cough has Whon Dr. Dell's been used by millions of people for of Mayfleld, as a candldato for Slato sixteen years wiUi n steady IncreasSonato from tho district composed of ing demand. Look for tliu Dell on 8 tho counUos of Graves, Fulton nnd tho Dottle. Illckmnn, subject to tho action of 'ho Democratic Primary KlecUon, on July A Dirty Deal, 1st, 1911. Wu oro authorlxed to nniiounco S. A. NORMAN, Miss Kate Watsou Beckham onter-tatne- d quite a number of young ieo-pl- o N. G. Morris vb. Robt. Hicks. Suit last Monday night In honor of her on mortguge. visitor, Miss TheJma Boltzer, of Hickman. Many games were played and Iioo VeaUiwi)oon ts. Ella WeaUi-orspooa lively contest. In which Miss Estolto White and II. P. Moss won prizes, beautiful hat and stick pins. Delicious refreshments wero served. UnQuarterly Court. ion (Sty Commercial. The regular tonn of Uio Quarterly Teething babies always have a Court wtus hold Monday but only two hard time of It when this process ocoasns "woro tried. curs In hot weather. They not only Sam Salmon vs. J. J. C. Dondurant. have to contend with painful gums but tho stomach is disordered, bowels Usury. Judgment for plaintiff. loose and Uio body uncomfortable. tho llttlo Julian Olioato xb, W. II. Woods. Tho bestishelp you can give ELIXIR. McGEE'S BABY sufferer Judgment for plainUff for $35. It corrects sour stomach, cools and quiets Uie bowels and helps digestion. Prico 25c, and 50c per bottle. Paul Dlakeinoro and wife, of Ken-no- Sold by Hickman Drug Co. 5 Mo., aro Uio gueMs of Illcluii.in relatives. No Paper Next Week. t, Julian Clioato vs. W. II. Woods. Appeal from Quarterly court. Tills oaso lias been trlcil lxforo, and grow out of an arrest of a horso Uiiof for wlioni there was a roward of $35. 1 illl 0 S i m SrJ" j &L Ttioro may ho uwl pleasure theso hot dny driving about tho dusty On June I9lh, 1911, we put on a night crew to do Fnmily Htrecls behind n Rtenmius hot horso Washing, "Rough Dry 5c per pound, or Finished," which will with three or more girls packed In n Tho buggy llko bunch nlso be 5c per pound with a little extra for all pieces of hand gliis appear a to enjoyofIt bananas homo and tho ironing. can't help it, and tho young man is happy, but for us, give us tho one gill This is something Hickman people have been asking us In a hammock or lawn swing In tho to do for some time. We will do our utmost to please them in uhndo of Uio old npplo tree, with a gentle every respect, and the prices will be so that it will cost very IMilm loaf fan to stir tho breezes. little, if any more, than the colored washwoman, and the conTho Str. City of St. Josoph hnd a ditions will be much more sanitary. We call for your laundry boiler orploslon near Memphis, nnd 17 pooplo woro killed nnd in the afternoon, it is washed at night, "While you Sleep," and eovernl oUiors recolved fatal Injuries. get them next morning, in other words, while you wait. you Most of tho dend aro negro rou&ta- In about three weeks we will have a regular DRY bout. Tho boilers woro carrying 115 CLEANING PLANT, not a junk shop but a $2,000 plant. IKwnda of steciin whou tliey oxplodol, which la consldernblo over the amount Save your work for us. allowed to bo carried. ' Rov. W. a. Stockton officiated at PATRONIZE THE HOME INDUSTRIES Uio nmrriago of Mlw Nannlo Drown to Mr. Pace, at Union City, yesterday Keep Your Money at Home. attenioon at 2:30. Tlio brido recont-lHelp People that Help You. located at Union City, and was formerly of Ripley, Town. Mr. Pnco Ih a telegraph operator. Sat-umy DRY CLEANING -4- HICKMAN STEAM LAUNDRY ij .gr: Decnuso Uio southern Ikjvb could not ntnud tho Insulting talk of an impudent northern negro, who occupied n 1kx sent at n ball gomo between his club and St. Paul, Joo or Iliekniun, hod to pay 1200 to nppuaso the sore head Uie negro carried Into coirt. A Kentucky boy, Hub IXiwbou.ulter standing his long enough, wont up Into tho grandstand aftor tho negro. Tlio police caught him, and Joo went to Uio iitvcuo witli a ball but, which ho brought down with full force on tho iiogro'a noodle. It is regroUed thnt ho did not hit banlu-- , but It was a $3 bat and Joo did not want to break It. Some crunk of a Yunkeo purchased the eent for tlu mgro, who had established n ropiiMitlnn for Insulting visiting learns, and put lu'in up to tin Job, krj'.ving tliat Southern boys were on tho team nnd Unit Uiey would not etnud for him. Tho intervention of friends is all that saved Contlllon and Dawson from going on tho rock pllo. As it wan Uiey paid fines of $200 besides settling tho domngo suit Instituted by tho negro, Can-Ullo- iu..AK-lri-l CoMniut - -K 1WW, br C F. Zlmmfrmin r. 'its;' rrrrvTETv Porch Furnishings Were it from the fact that it merely improves the appearance of the house, you couldn't afford to be without a few pieces of porch furnishings, but when you add to that the solid comfort and keen enjoyment that may be obtained, and then take into consideration the exceedingly low prices at which we can furnish your porch or lawn you won't be without a few pieces. We have them both in the rustic and in the brightly colored kind. We never carry such goods over, so the prices are as reasonable as the goods are seasonable. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCORPORATED UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office ,. ik ,tlfci.V '. - "... .J - .r W- -. n rnum mmfK0Vmm. THE HICKMAN COURIER G, A. Holcombe Dead. i; "Covttt SPEER i lt.l It la with deep regret that wo chronicle, tlio death of Charles A Subscription Ratsa, 91.00 per year Holcombe, which occurred at his lioino in Hickman Tuesday afteruewn Wo are authorized to announce at 2 o'clock, after a brief llliKvfw of paraljula of Uio bowln. Ilia demise THOS. S. KHEA a candidate for the office of State was Urgoly due to tlio InflnnllieH of Treasurer, subject to the action of nge. Mr. Holcombe was not only a piothe Democratic primary, July 1st. neer citizen but was Uie oldest business man In Hickman, If not the enHoward Moore and Hubert Lawtire county, having been engaged In rence wore hi Union City Wednesday. tin- - drug business hero for more than L. P. Ellison and wife returned this a half century. In the pursuit of his jnonilnK from an extended Wt In profession, ho mossed ample wealth and rotlrcd from aclle hiixlnit the EaM. three jears ago. L. A. Stono, C. C. Smith, 11. N. He firt begun btiilneiw in Hick-maCowfclll niMl C. II. Mooru Bpont WedDl years ago, or in 1S6S. In a nesday at the Ivako. building opixwlto tlio pryneirt site of Judge Andrew of Union the IitHtMle Hotel Melng bunx! out City, one of the early citizens of this at this stand, ho inmod fnrthw down city, attended the funeral of C. A. the stivot. ami later to the commandDrug ing comer where the Ilolcombe Wednesday. This buildCo. n4ore is now Uxwted E. Q. Russell has takou tJio plicc ing was alfro destrojt'd b fire In of I. Q. Dunn as Leo Lino aKunt at .this place. Mr. Dunn has embarked dn buslneea at a place near Owiuts boro and left Hickman last k n Wtstcrn Ktntuckt Ukt Iht Dcv" & SEXTON, PUBLISHERS T,he Hickman Ice & Coal Co an down now considerably oer a thous and feet with their now oll. but will not atop drilling until they strike g water If It can be found within the next 500 foot. over-flowin- m ' '. - JEM Twenty-fi- e tickets wore sold for the Memphis excursion this morning Among those v3io took the trip i .noticed N K. Neiirhbom nnd dauh Helm iter, MitsH Irene and Wane-hJ. II Webb and son, CK-o- , John and Auty Daniels, 11 II Drurj. Hiiro Fi the, C A. Johnson, Victor Aniborg e Mrs. J. L. Amberg entertained a number of friends at luncheon Mon day, in honor of nor slater, Mrs Hob crt McIIanoy. Three courses were served. Soeral musical selections were rendered by Mesdames A E Kennedy, J. C. Sexton nnd alius Uot-tl- o s Doliow. The guests were H. L. Amberg, F. T. Handle, J. C. Sexton, Lon Kay lor, A E Kennedy, A. H. Stone, John Meacham, Henry Sanger, F. M. Case and Miss Bottle DeUow. Mes-(dome- and In the following year Mr Holcombe erected the handf-oni- e brick block widen he occupied (luring Uie reimiliulor of his busJmws hS2, two-story career Holcombe was absent during the years of tho Owl War h being one of Uic first to enlist among til Mr generous quota of bravo spirits fur-nlshcd by lUcknmi to tno cuuieuer-- n I ..-- , .v niu.1 lint Kin niitra was carried by agents during his almence, and on woo not closed in businOHS hours on a secular day during tho 60 jenrB ho was In bualmw. Mr Holtiombe'a company mw tho lat Kentucky Infantry, and ho soned all through the lmg Ktruggle botwven the North ami South, and although he iMirtlciimUd In nearly all Uie mn-blbattles and slogv of tho protracted HtrtiRglo, ho Mikl with but a few slight wounds, wliich In Uue strenuous time he did not deem much more than pcrotehes Upon being numtered out, after the surrender at Aponiuiox, lie returned to Hickman and lias sline continuous ly rttddil hero, iuul has been an oar-ntami untiring worker In upbuild lug thla bountiful city. H- - nijojed the reimtation of being one of Uie nafettt iuul moat siilthtanUal business men of the city , was tlio larget ow it er of lmproud olty property In Hick man, had sentl numy jears aa clly troasuror, vlot prddfjit of tho Hick man tlutlding & l.nau Association, ke prealdMkt of tl Hickman Hank and was rontHsMil with many' other bitsliutH IlltltUtlolM Mr Holcombe was born at a, August 3, 1S3S He was educated in a prhato solkool, there boUig no public schools at tliat time. nnd finbdietl his education In tho Col- luge of Ionchburg Ills firtit vocation wns the drug bus- inijw in wliich bo ia.saed oer half a tvnturj of active buaims life He was pmliabl) tho oldtvst itrantlciug pluiniMicksl In the stale He was a gtntlcman In every sense, ami held In high esteem by his lanse circle of friends Mr Holcombe is survtfml by his wife and four children Miss lluth Holcombe T A Holcombe. of Cluwil vllle, Mb. C W. HolcomUj, I'luw nix Miss , ami N H Holcombe, of Hickman, who have the sympathy of idl In this h.k1 hour. Funeral serviced wore conducted at tlio family residence Vcdmday af tor noon at 4 o'clock by Hev. O. W SM1mwi, burial taking place at the city cemetery The floral tribute was procession Ixttutlful ami tlie lai-gwhioli followed the reuuvlns to their last resting placi was the best cvl -o .t Ljjk-U-bur- JT I SCREEN DOORS II n v New Stock New Patterns I Low Prices Buy Now I IV. A. Dodds of di hWi rfwatil '"l rtdJtiiil for him Willi tlio unliix of thlx Uw a Rtiod K"itb'nnn. Min. n klnill). IioiikU uprtRlit imin wtuiso llf.. hm rouiubil not in full itmuwire aiul crowiutl wHUi wrow ainl honor. I'ire to his nithtti. it. m e your mill 8Te from fl to I all lee lea by buylBR a M. YaU thousmxl on illrvct froai HklatU Oo, J I. of frlmala In Mm IWu.r. of A IMI J Wrifihl mi k Iim thf horiuwi timii. w th' For any kind of furniture 10 lo tho Co Mojulay otciiIhk Mr A.nilrK lllrkiuan Kurallur nicrtalnol a mimb.-- r "" " - Iiohot of hur tmrtli'. I'nnmfxihl, Ark A aoUi. "WImmi Um Honit l Youiic" rfiHlnl by Mlm MurKiiiTlto Kutpia. Tiiv irufwln Mm L. It. Illm.ll m haro from M l(fil. C. C wit fturliiKfl.-liI- , llbi . till wtik looking Hmlth. MmiIiuuhi J. J;m. K. Vuiu. t M I)lo-- . houn.'lioKl rooU lo ftfler movltu: V. L H..I111. intik Rlmw. J T Iut iwu hoiuo l, Htpliorui, C 0. rVJimkr. It II (1 dim Moorv and MImi IlSctt, of A. Mooro ban purtiliiuwl th (VHirw.41 Hr JiiiniMUi of i& Junt r At. Uils. Ttir Mrr I Id will bulbl a dw lim MttiKfl rm iliiin- 011 It riKht nkny When jour homo or cow koU n'ck, 1a Sctiinlilt. Uio Ttillor. do your call R IL IloRrra He rurt'H th-i1(Ui phoniM lltclcmmi. Ky nWiiInn nod prttodng Phono 138 ilnt Mi K. Mrn xtn( TuMlnv C W 1' MomKimiHry Ortr iu Daluike'a Criftiu HrMid daily ftt MiUbuny Hroa. L. l'l.iiit. Willie Ambnn; rotuniwl from Ann Artr. Mtrh , 'lier tmjt btni In during th ton inoiktliN. 11i lw hr Hr-tin- mt Uf pl-u't- nrr. drowning of - riwr to Uy JikiII prove I In 11 vnloa u bit livwuku to tKircnta who ntlow lh4r 4illdn lo "ko nwiinmlnx" In Hot Weather Apparel Buy it now and be comfortable during the hot weather. Our cool, breezy lines will bring the mercury down several degrees for you. We offer you, to select from, strong lines in Most Shoes Starve to Death Thanks to the Leather Trust Leather Trust. of the want shoes made of live leather you Your ordinary shoe breaks down because all the life has been starved out of the leather in the tanning. That's Trust leather tanned with adulterants, with chemicals, with any process that will cheapen the leather for the profit leather tnnncd for your kind of shoe uud your If kind of service you must Ret EndicotUJohnson .shoes. Endicott, Johnson & Co. are the only .shoe ninnufncturcrs in this country "who tan their own leather, I hey are Independent of the Leather Trust. &hoc.s than nny other make You will get more wenr out of Eiidicolt-Joliiibo- a of shoes has ever given you. You will get style good fit foot ease exquisite finish, inside and outside. You will snve 50 cents to $1.00 on every pair. Endicott, Johnson & Co. sell direct to your home fchoe dealer no profits to Trusts or Middlemen. ENDWELL (Goodyear Welt) is their dres.3 and business hhoe $3.00, $3.fi0 and $4.00. ENDWELL hhoes combine perfect foot comfort with all the little modish touches that a man wunts in his .shoes. Two hundred styles a full range of lasts every width of toL all the colors of leather. Remember the name stamped in every shoe STRAW HATS SOFT SHIRTS UNDERWEAR HOSIERY LOW SHOES LADIES WHITE CANVAS SHOES AND SLIPPERS NECKWEAR UMBRELLAS, Etc. All at reasonable prices and in the season's latest and best creations. ENDWELL SULLIVAN BROS. Shoe buyeri who 1!"' Kcnt"cky EXCLUSIVE DEALERS where this paper is published can learn the names of their home dealers &, Co , Endicott. N. V. who carry ENDWELL shoes by writing to Endicott, Johnson ! lire outside the city BRADLEY & PARHAM r t """ f v ( i tf3 . ... K? "ERC fln .. ... T!qgE- - p '!-- . Rural Teachers. Froo Ice Water at U. B. CurUn'a. H. K. CurUn spout Sunday Ui Nash Mile. Warm Weather Items Lawn Mowers Garden Hose Schmidt, fmltaUous. Uio Tailor, llownro of Ilollla Kirk was lu Tlptouvlllo first of Uiu week. Miss Margaret Webb loft Friday for Huston. O. H. Itond lri lioro from Memphis OU Ttio following teachers havo been elected to teach in the rural schoola for liio next term: Edmlaton, Mlsa Lily Maxedon. Cayce, Mm. Mary Barber. PulefiUne, J. C. Sugg. Sycamore, Miss Ina Royer. Blue Pond, Miss Maggie Henry. Sassafras Ridge, Mra. Lavana Ful- ler. Island No. 8, MIsn Creeslo Cham bora. Liberty, Mrs. P. A. Moore. The next election will occur on July 29th. bUAiUfhS. C. K. Davis tuft Monday nig lit for Mengclwuod. J. W. Morris vislUl roluUios at Crutciiflutd Tuesday. Born to the wife of Juno 12, a fine girl. OlUo Water Coolers Poultry Wire Ice Cream Freezers Stone Water Coolers Mrs. W. B. McGehee. Mrs. Alary Ella MJcGehee, wife of William B. McGehee, died at her home, one mile west of Cayce, Moo-daJune 2Cth, at 6 o'clock p. m., after a short lllnes. Death, Uie result of asthma, with coraplicaUons, was of course unexpected and came at a great shock to her relatives and many friends. Mrs. McGehee, formerly Miss Bai" ty, was born In Paducah, Ky., May 7, 1869. In early life she joined the Presbyterian Church, and was one of its most faithful members. Her chosen occupation was that of school teaching, and she taught a number of terms In Fulton county. In that capacity, few gained Uie love and respect that she won from both patrons and friends. Throughout Uie county are acattered those who were pupils of hers, and who do honor to her faithful training and always speak words of praise in her behulf. Sbo poised a bright, Intelligent, well developed, mind, and was a lady of pleasing personality and refinement. For man' years Uils good lady acted as a special correspondent for Uio Hickman Courier, and her kind, efficient service was highly apreciatcd by us and our many readers of that vicinity. It Is iudeed with deep ret gret we must say these parting words Sbe was a most excellent lady and will be mlsHcd by us nil. Deceased la survived by her husband, W. B. McGehee and three chil drenMrs. Mildred White, Errol and James McGehee. Funeral services were held by Rev W. Q. Stockton at the family resi dence Tuesday afternoon, whero a large number of friends assembled to pay their last respects. Burial took place at Uie family burying ground Her beautiful ChrisUau life leaves UNCEASING MISERY. behind a noble example, as well as consolation, to those who mourn her Hickman Kidney Sufferers Get Little loss, and Uie Courier extends sympaRest or Comfort. thy to those who weep. y, Smith, For a neat Job of undertaking Hickman Furniture Co. II. Q. Calcutt, of Dyoraburg, waa hwo ou buaitvus Tuesday MUte LudUj and Null Boudurant wore In Union City Monday Reception Room Furniture St. Loul Furnishing Oo. "sells It tor loaa." A eood cheap roofing U Uotf" brand. Reynolds-Mos- s Glass Fruit Jars Rubbers and Tops Fruit Cans Sealing Wax our "Hull ft Co. Win. Stoker boa begun work on a now nldiiico for J. T. Dillon, ou Troy avenue. I'rof. MnthU, if Uie Union City Training School, wu In Hickman on buAlniwi yAt4rday. Wullxr Iju(ui has purcbuntd a I Hip mobile from Uie local agcois. Hub bard Kumuy. Not hi iik bultur than Dahne's Cream Broad, rocelwd frith dally by Mn tbcuy Bros. &. Plant. Jelly Glasses Gasoline Ranges Screen Doors, Windows Screen Wire Enough said - Call Rogers when tbat nag gels tlio colic. He guarantee to euro. BoUi phouw, Hlckuian, Ky. Fine CI acre fariu, on Troy road, for sals at a bargain. Wrlto or oo R. E. Folk or M. B. Bbaw. U TJioro's only ono tailor In Hickman phono 13S for and prvsu lug Schmidt. Uio Tailor. North Alton, of Jackson. Tcnn . and SIIh IJdln Dortngtou w married by lit (tut Court llousn Saturday Judge Nay lor. Mrs. F. Ellison Bros, Two Boys Drowned. udiy. In liws time than It takes to tell Mrs. J. M. Hubbard and Mm. K. It. two boys went down to u watery In tho Mim.twliil river ywlu II. ITathor Monday niidit for a wook'n vtail lu Dr. nnd Mm. II. A. lay aftonuMiu about 4:20, about 30 )urLn from Uio sboru on the Muwouii IloyaU. at Villa Ridge. His. aldo, tllrcUy opposite town. If you got a blue mark on yojr The bojH drowned wero Willie Courier Ul a wepk. It means thin U Houston, ago It, son of J. II t llouw-ton- , tho loat paper you will receive uutil who rctddon at tliu font of the you pay up your subscription. xiurt Iioumi Htupa. The otlierwna Hoy Turkvr, ago 11, son of Mrs. I guarnntco (o euro any disease Tucker, rcnlillng In Wittt Hickman, pertaining to horaos or catUe except wjio lnul Itven hero only about lwx LymphnnglUii aud (Handera II. It. numlliB. Rogers, Veterinary Surgeon, Hickman liur bo)-- wero In Uio urty all Wo glvo below a list of tha dec-itlo- little fellowv not over 12 yearn old, t offlcem for nil llio precinct xt1 Uie IloiiHtou hut. They croHB-the river lu a skUf to go In Cayro and Fulton, which are to "tiwimming" on Uio Mlnxoiirl sldo. tenn In Saturday's Democratic It that they got fnrUier down Thau they lntoiubul, oh Uie water la uluiUow a few yards abovo Uio scene of Uu) trage1y. Tlio llttlo Tucker boy A viih first uiidritWM.'d and Jumpul off Die bo.U livto Uio water, which was over lib bead. The Hoiuston boy 1 Phone 4 C. H. Moore hiu lilri smaller comrado struggling, nud dunged off Uio boat in a heroic 'ffort to anoint him. NelUier of Uio ItoyH roild swim, In fact, nono of the four, and It wu a matter of only u few boooihIh until botli wore drown-til- . Ttio Houston boy drawn! be fore reucJilng tlio ttUier. Tlio flmt nows of Uio nnd affair was brought Hack by the Pennwn and lliirrln 1k)h, who rowed Uio bout l;ick nnd carried Ui clothing of Uio drowned boys to UicJr mothers, wlUi "bora's tlio simple announcement Willie's clothes and Bhoes; he's In tho bottom of tho river." Ttio frantic mothers ran, screaming, to tho river, begins pltcoualy for help. It was, of course, too late. Searching parties wero sent across, and spent most of tho night droging for Uie little bodies. Ui to Uio hour of going to press, Uioy havo not boon recoverFire departments are necessary and ed Ijt Is doubtful If Uioy over will save much property, but they cannot bo found. Tlio water must bo at be relied upon always. Although they least SO foot deep whero they snnk, havo probably may put out the fire, water may do nnd undcr-curren-ts as much damage as the fire. Flra carried Uiem awtiy. Insurance protects you against the Willie Houston was employed in loss by fire as well as the lost by Jonce "No. 2, and was highly apprewater damage. A flra Insurance pol- ciated by his employer. icy In a reliable company with a repTho parents of Uio llttlo follows utation for fair dealing' and prompt- certainly havo tho sympathy of Uio ness Is your best protection. We rep entire community. Only those wtoo havo llttlo ones can fully appreciate resent only such companies. tho enormity of Uie shock of such a R. T. TYLER, Agent doplorablo affair. Villa RUb;o, Ilia. iit. daughter, Dor wtok In visit her jar lift Dr. mid Mm. 11. A Roynll, at 8. Mooro and ItuJL Election Officers, Wo iiavo made repeated efforts to secured Uio full llitt, which has been uuulo out for Boveru! days, but Chairman A yore doesn't sco fit to lot tho appointments be made public. Just why Uds courm, may bo better after the eleotlon tliuu West Hickman M. A MuDauiuI. K. M. Saubom. KriKtX Glbbou. W. M. Cohon. Sassafras Ridge lt n u ox-p- 1 In conversation with a half doron Fulton men, who should know who th(u offlceru ure, all profomed a lillrtsful Ignorance of tho wliolo nffalr. S;uiu old giuiio. Ttio only wny to got oven In this particular Instance Is to vtto aguliiKt Ruby UifftHin, for Uicrliy hangn n tale. Tills Is up to tho voters. Eas Hickman J. W. Hland. R. R. Millet. J. T. llummer. M. I). SIuiw. Old Hickman J. W. Rogers. GROCERIES BUST t J W. J. Thomas. R. II. Hrovnrd. W. C Ralney. . Just IFL COMPLETE LINE Royal Society EMBROIDERY JfauBteProtectii m FLOSS.... There la little sleep, Utile rest, little peace for the sufferer from kidney trouble. Life Is ono continual rouud of palu. You cau't rest at night with a bad back, with twinges and "stabs" of pain, with auuoylug urinary disorders, backaches, lameness and nerv Kd Mnzley. ousness. You can't be comfortable at Maddox. looiinrd work with darting pains and blinding II. C. Matson. dizzy spoils. Neglect tbeso aliments Bpnd Madrid and serious troubles follow. Begin J. R. Attains. using Doan's Klduoy Pills at the first J ixi Ilawkiim. sign of disorder. You will work betCroon Rvorett. ter as the kidneys get better, rest Dlok Carrlgan. better as your back grows stronger. Lodgeton Proof In Hickman tesUmony: J no. C. Rrowder. C. A. Watson, of Hickman, Ky., Iin llliiford. says: "For some time I was a vic-Joe Ferguson. Uui of kidney complaint. There wero Ed Williams. patns lu Uie small of my back, which were always more severe when I Lost Friday u number of ladles of stooped, or lifted. My back ached at tha Embroidery Cluu wero ontortaln-a- ulgbt and when I arose lu the mom by Mrs. C. II. Travis all day. A lug, I was very lame. I became tired most enjoyable time was haJ by all and occasionally suffered from nervous spells. Headaches bothered mo and I was subject to dizzy spells during which there was a blurring of my slghL When I caught cold, It settled ou my kidneys and at such times, tho passages of Uio kidney secreUons became too frequent. This weakness was particularly annoying during tho night nnd I was often ftfrced to arise Learning of Doan's Bbvcral times. Kidney Pills, I procured a box at Helm & Ellison's Drug Store aud two days after using thorn I received relief. After I had takon the contents ot 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 Uie bouse." For sale by all dealers. Price 60c. Foster-MllburCo., Buffalo, N. Y., solo agents for Uie United States. Remember Uio name Doan's and take no otfear. Fred I lay don. Vernon Rojer. Will SliaukUn. Haimn Shaw. State Line W. M. Shaw. Notice. Beginning July 1st, all telephone bills will be due and payable at our office on the first day of tho monUi and must bo paid before Uie 10th or your telephone service will be discontinued without notlco. Please this now ruling. CUMBERLAND TEL. & TEL. CO., by D. Owens, Manager. Hickman Won. Hickman baseball team defeated Woodland Mills In a fast game yesterday afternoon. "Cherry Red" was on Uie mound for Hickman nnd allowed only one hit and got 8 strikeouts. Woodland pitchers allowed 8 bits and got 2 strike-outs- . Woodland Mills: J. M. Alexander, !us PruUier, Richard Honeycut.Sw.in Burrus, TVm Flack, Geo. PruUier, J M.. Linn, Andrew Bussur, Minor Ferguson. Bun Hackett, Mitchell Hickman: Hill, SI Oliver. "CherWrisht. ry Red," Homer Provow, Jno. Pylc, Jack Nelson, E. G. Russell. a-uit- oelvedL Free Ice Water at H. E. Curlln'a. Services at Uio Christian Church next Sunday will bo preaching at Uv n. m., and 8 p. m. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. A cordial InvitaUon Is extended to all. While at the bedside of his faUier, T. A. Holcombe received a telegram to roturn to Greenville, Miss., as his wife was dangerously 111. He was to attend his father's funeral n un-ab- lo B ALTZER & DODDS D. G. CO. 1111 Incorporated II A A. Faris, the popular coal man, fell to tho floor, in Jones No. 2, Uils morning, with an aUack of tho heart or some trouble, and Is in a precarious condition. Wo wore unnblo to gain admittance to Uio rebtaurant and get Uie particulars. He was later carried to bis homo and given medical attention and Is reported as resting fairly well. Wednesday afternoon of last week, Mrs. R. M. Islor entertained a large numbor of friends In honor of her daughter-in-law- , Mrs. R. R. Islcr, ot Ponsacola, Fla. Mrs. R. R. I&ler. Mrs. R. M Islor. Mrs J. T. Dillon, iMrs. C. T. Bondurant and Mrs. F. 1 Randlo were In Uio receiving line Tho color schemo was white and creou and effecUvely carried out. A salad course and cream and cako woro served. Ulfi- - 3..' -- vmf sqiLp p nf. "TWPtil TAFT PACT IS DUE NEXT IV M Shirt Specials Szrfc W2tt Collars to Match have just received the newest things in the small pin stripe, collar to match shirts, guaranteed fit and wear, specialy priced at $1.25 Also all the new soft shirts, with or without collars, 50c to $1.50 The best line of underwear in town at prices ranging from 25c to $1.50 I Gensldtratlon of Pre List and Wool Measure Will Ba Qlvan Next and Will Involve Long. Debates. Washington, Juno X7i Under on Agreement renohed 1m t week, Uia vote on tho Hoot amendment to the Can-dta- a reciprocity bill U schoduled to be taken before Uio adjournment of the senate. TU anwndment developed tfee any propose. BiMt Btroajcth it Is expected It will bo rejected by a decialvn majority, euffi-cleto Indlcato Uio purpoo of the sonata not to permit any chaiieu whatever (n Uie bill as It omM from the house. W I raffl iikt iW in i . to lit I y ,l rfA HI mi OS a- ,,i (.'fiii. mftutf t.i, r HIK i n l - INm ii ara i luin m ii i ( tm t i fi m In inn m, With tho Root amendment out of the way, conalderaUon of reciprocity la expucted to be continued, coupled with the decision of Uie free llat bill, the wool revision meajuro and the proitoidllon to ruvlso the tariff gvuer-all- y The fact that neither tho freo Hit nor tho wool revUlon bills in their vnUrety as thoy came from the houitu moot the views of all the Democrat of tho ionate, wai counted u on te inspire iurprlso and explanation! and pleas for amundtuenta. Neither la ln doraed by the ncpubllcan IniurKcnta, Moth who urge downward revUlon mcAurea, however, It waa predlctud. for thu ftKht mould form the baat that la to bring reciprocity and the wnolo tariff (jutntloii Into tho open for a moro or Ini protracted debate. iimii y.vSv.-- j stIKT II i JOt.VO 0.IAAAI. cnstiiti r Ku tt Iu It1 II lit lullt h ,, i "i hi s nm w 1 1 in l ii i Mm ii im rimi ruinnt, t isr u l i 1 1 iiiv si , n v i mi r t uml HICKMAN BANK AND TRUST CO v50.00DOOSi,7Mi3a500 1 COME IN AND LET ME SHOW YOU r Remember Two Thing's WHEN YOU PAINT 1. WILL ALWAYSBE MYSTERY Former 8t Loulaan Saya It la Impoa-albla to Tell Cauae of Malm Explosion. The pnint i small part of the cost. It's the pninl- - in( that counts. 2. It costs less to pr I ouner's mt 1 F. E. CASE I trcfe the-ino- YYYTTTYYTVYTTYTYTVVVTTTV on tho day that should be coiisecniiu & SON lo liberty. In tho homo nil that is character Jstlcally feminine In woman unfolds and flourishes. Home without woman is a misnomer, for woman mnkeM homo, and home Is wlrnt alio makes It If she is illiterate, hor home partnki of her of this quality; if alio Is Immoral her homo cannot be the abode of Mr tuo; if she la course refliimont does not dwell whero shu resides. If she Is .mlUvukd, pure, refined, those qual Ities will characterise the home whia who creates. Tho higher the degree t4 hor culture, her purity, hor refinement, the more will these qualiUeo characterize tho homo of which alio U .tho cantor Staple and st 1 !.. i Li " I I llomo should bo mado and best loved 8iot on cart not merely (our equaru walls of wood and brick; U. should be Uio fountain of civilization the very word should touch Hardware, Glassware and ovary fiber of Uio fioul and strike evTinware ery cord of tho liuman hoart with Its angelic fingers, a place whuru that la centralized ou the higher and bettor Standard Gas Engine Oil things of life, bringing forth lu tho highways and byways an Influence Free Delivery that will bo felt by all with whom It Phone 183 comes in contact. It shoufd be a place 'where the heart is, a place where our kAAAJUAAAAAA-- t feet may leave but not our hearts, a place where angels unfold their wines. When tempted to criticise Uio food tho place we lovo best, because it la lost health by temperance and medion die homo table, remember Uiu adcine, but lost time is goivo forever. the place where mother is. age that silence U golden. CriUclum is never so exasperating to Uie house SLAYER PUT TO DEATH r Some of us at any rate on both The boat brought up family of chilas at Uio table, where, In dren we ever knew were educated on Aides of the Atlantic, have begun to BlJte of hard work and worry, thlngti Man Who Killed Woman With Whom He Had Bten Living, the principal of always commending realize that serious study is less like- will occasionally appear tliat are not Electrocuted, them when it was possible to do w ly to injure women Mian pinched ja she hail planned. and lotting silence be Uio reproof of waists, late hours, hot rooms and Auburn. N. Y., Juno 27. Joseph any wrong doing which was not rcl-i- y food, and wo Udnk it Is Naco waa put to death In the elrctrlo Tiie self Uiat a woman tnki wlUi chair In Auburn prison fur tho mur-do- r serious. We have buird the chil- better for our girls to bo graduated a dren of this household, when their flchools for clonco rather than at her In her marrtago Is her real dower on January 1C, ISO'J. of Anna with whom he had been living another had failed to say any word of schools of scandal. We think It will If her dowur can bo reckoned in mini-waonly, no matter how man) Uioy for some time. Three contacts woro commendation after some social occa- ,botter prepare them for the grave r- prosion, ask as anxiously as possible, npotmlblUtles of matrimony and moth limy bo, wretch. 1 Indued will be her given before the ph)aloUns IiuhIjoimI, lmioverirtlifd her cliildren, nounced life eitlnot erhood titan rapid life in which "What was It, mamma? I know some Naco quarreled with Mm. Candlaua thing wiaa wroug. Didn't we treat tli adornment Is their chief aim, Imt if she possH Induatry, gentleiiens bad hsubnnd livwhen ho found nlf abnegation, purity, intelligence, ing and beat hershe deatha with a atove other children well, or were we too and how to kill timo and secure a rich to oomblued with capability, she Is In her noisy?" In that house reproof was husband, their principal anxiety. Hfter. welf a treasure of treasures. never bestowed unsought only commendation of whatever it was pos$100,000 Stockyards Fire. The Fourth of July Is rapidly besible to commend, was gratuitous. W Fort Worth, Tex.. nn Dr. Boll's Antiseptic6alvo awopt through thtt FortJune 27. stock Worth Sthlnk this system would be as good coming a day to be dreaded rather Good for all Skin Diseases. yards for throe hours and destroyed for those grown-uchildren, the hus-ilja- than enjoyed. Tho Fourth of July 27 acres of pens, threo nculn houses, wives, as for those still in means tho death of hundreds of chiland two mammoth hay and feed bums, dren by explosives of different kuxls. tho misery. causing ail estimated Ion of $100,000. Tho daily papers on the firth of July Real Estate never fail to contain column after colThe days como to us like frlonds in umn of death notices from toy pistols If you bavo Uio Itch, don't scratch. disguise, bringing priceless gifts from fire crackers and various kinds of excure Leah Coleman to Ed Christian, lot It docs notbleed. tho trouble nnd makes tho skin Apply ItAM.AHD'H an mweon hand; but If we do not use plosives, hi New England the growln "A" lu AnUorh church property, l&0 SNOW MNIMENT. Hub it In ihom, they aro borne silently aw.iv. disgust that a day which xhotild bo J. V. CorvT to C. Ii. Ilerrliie r.l on the effected parts. It rclloves never to return. Each successive nior liallowed by patriotic memories should ncrea kind, IIT18O. Itching InsianUy and n few applications removes tho cause Uius perform ing now gifts ore brought but If bo degraded Into a day marked by tho O. H. Ilond to J. II. Townzen, lot lug a permanent euro. I'rlco 25c.C0c rvo fullod to accept those that were killing and maiming of hundreds if 2C in Hond'a Addition, 7C. and $1.00 per bottlo. Sold by HickProught yesterday and Uie day tieforo not thousands of children and Into a J. II. Town7xin to 0. 11. IWiimI Trus- - man Drug Co. c I'iVo become less and lens able ito turn day of torture for the sick and nerteo, lot 30 In Hond's Addition, $90. hhom to account, until Uio ability to vous and of dread and anxiety for tii I. F. Norman ot nl to Mrs. Martha ftpproclata and utilizo thorn is ex- strong and well. Tho hospltials of Uio M. Norman, A man wlio Is always quoting script iotn In Fulton, $900. hausted. Wisely was it sold that lost largo cities on tho Fourth of July aro II. P. Johnson to II. L. Johntton, di- uro to clinch his argumouts Is generwealth may be regained by industry, filled with youngsters of all anes, cut vision of land. ally tho man whom Uio devil educates conomy; lost knowledge by study, and burned, with their hands torn to O. U. Jtooney to Mrs. Mabel Travis ebreds and their sight destroyed or lot Wont Hickman, J9G0. Granulated Eye L'da injured, and tho death due to lockG. B. Uoml Tnmte , in ... ... n,i.i w V A ..sui. jaw alono would, If wo wero not cal- lots 3C nnd 3G in BomTs AUlltIonA 'an be cured without cue.irzlog or See Our Agent loused by custom, cause such an out- $202. sruiifylng h the use of Sidherlnnd's Koglo Eye Solve. Wa guaranteo It cry that those wiho sell or parents who E. M. Brown to L. W. Brown, lots g to cure. 36o everrwhr. (put into the liando of their children In Fulton, $9000. itho deadly toys would be held up to E. A. Itopor ot al to W. O. Adams, gonoral exocration. TSiat there is no CI acres land, $3000. Judge B. T. Davis loft Tuesday for high grade exaggeration la thta statement of the S. W. Hardy to Ludio II. Hardy, night for SL Louis on n business itrlp. the morning following tho Fourth In lots in Fulton. If hell was a financial institution case Is borne out by the nowapaporsof F. S. Mooro to Groon Keys, lot in tho devil would have a choice lot of every city In the country. Among tho East Hickman. financiers to so'.oct his help from. sick and unwell or those who aro In GOAL OIL and GASOLINE the least nervous the constant diu and fiut girl who will Ho In bed whllo Ithe sudden explosions SUTHERUND'S EAGLE EYE SALYE hor moUior gots breakfast in Uio kind cause a degree of misery that in itself pUiat supports dlvorco lawyers. Good for Nothing; but tho Eyes Lowest prices and prompt would justify the suppressions of all Miss Fario and Evollo Ijanoantorof explosives even If they wero entirely delivery. Absolutely Mrs. J. B. Houslcy and daughter, MarUn Tpnn., aro Uio guests of Miss innocuous to those that handlo thorn Inez, left yesterday for Dayton, O., LotUo and Toy Rogors Uus week of uniform. .nd to suroundliig property. No one to visit Itev. A. Turldngton and wifo. this placo. . Tx-A-l has tho right to subject others to torT7a ture merely to amuse himself. To Mrs. B. T. Davis nnd son, King, rtobt. Islor nnd wifo loft ycBterday bring children up deliberately to dis- nnd Miss Virginia Davis loft Tuesday lllOnUtlir for their homo In Pnnxnrnln INDIAN REFINING CO. regard the comforts and well being of for Dawvou Springs to spend u fow Fin., after a "loosant visit wltli Ulrk.' I others to to toad) Uoeam, not liberty, days. I EVANSVILLE imaa rtiUTw M4ff. Fancy Groceries Tampa. Fla--, June 27. 'The aecrK of the doetnictlon of tho battleship Maine will never bo known," said Geo. W II Illxby, formerly of 8t ioula, chief of engineers in cttarice or Uie work of ralslnt; tho afatne. upou his arrival from Havana. Tho destruction to tho vnasrl waa such, says Gen. Dtihy, and the deterioration haa been ao groat that It will be luipoialblo to tell whether tho ship was blown up by a force from within or without. The greatest force, however, waa from the Inaide, indlrntluK that tho forward mngntlno btvl i phxled Whether this waa from a aympathoUc explosion of a torpo from the outalJe may forwver remain a mt'stery Oen. Blxby says that unless the fragment of a torpsdo la found, there la no way of connecting soma outside agency with tho blowing up of the We do not exect to recover vessel. human remains." said Gen. Illxby Tho crew's compartments have disappeared entirely. put on Rood nint than cheap, be cause it's made better. If you use De Sola Paint you Het the best results nt least cost. You will remember the hih quality lonj? after you have forgot ten thr cost. Color cards and pamphlets furnished free. REYNOLDS, MOSS & CO. GN it a trinl. We lo curry Oils unci VarnNhos fctH-pe- WwW' At Home or at the Laundry work can be made much lighter nnd quicker if the electric current be to do the hard work. Washing machines can be run by a small motor, electric irons can be operated by a cord to any electric light socket. Have us show you how the current we supply cm-ployed s:m vj Stij&h n ju Can-dlan- a, ls por-oon- p will save you much labor, much time ru-ntl- and not a little money. Hickman Ice (Incorporated) Coal Co. Jr., 3vrrx'. T. XXXjXjOIT, mmmmmmmmmmmuwmmm 1 'BbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV Saad Salamy jis I A 'iallllllHiilllH LITTLE LIGHT' On a "BURNING" Subject. Your home and your business is something that you have spent years in making, it could burn at any time, and, if your are not "protected" by fire insurance, and in good companies, your labor has been in vain, your family is homeless and your re sources gone. Mx!l g gl can protect iiicj iic .a., aa. icaaoxraxraniD-- v your home and business by Insuring you In good compa- - Glvo rcrociiu yuuu companies omy. Phono No. 51 Office in ItiClede fluilding. wmammrngmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmNa u4 Commercial Appeal and Hickman Courier ,. 1 yr. $1.25 . CLltV'..la!Jl J. 0. Stubbs DENTIST ladrda B.lldnq. orr BrtxM'i Mora I'hiHie No. 81 THE HICKMAN COURIER. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the Axles of Your Wagon, A BLUE MARK mam that your tub erlptlon baa 'expired Itenew promptly ir yon wont the txipe r to com to ron After thli momh IIEFK Advertising OI.OKBT PAl'IlE is the Team that Pulls tne Commercial Uagon up the Hill ot Success. Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE NO. volume IN na no. u WKBTIIBN KfcNTUOXT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1011. E8TABLI8HED IN THE TEAK 1HBU aou.l Gleanings A woman's idea of a picnic 1h to A glwiry on "cidcs" tins been preenough iiimi alone to carry the pared for tho guidance of nownpap(vr lunch luihkuU. readera thoso "murderous" days. For thou who llko nmrilor Hlorlos nnd (iro dcslrcous of grasping iiilckly Just Following tliu Coiirlcr'n old custom, what fonu tlio sudden death took, tlio wo 'will not Ltmio a Kipor noxt week following list will be of great astdst- wMuh Is 4lh of July uook. imco: Tho offio will bo cloned ho thai Urn Parricide murder f a finrwnt. wliolo iioMtMK)r force may taku a Ilitricldo imirdur of a fatlior. vtunitlou and much needed rent. We .Mtitrloido murder of a motlmr. fool that wo urn untitled to two wuuki Km triable inunlor of n brothor. nwt during tliu your uiul for tliat iva-wiKororlolde murder of a sister. irUii no ixifKir dtiriiiK the weeks hlllUtMo inurdur of a son ordiiUKh' of July llh uiul Dvcuiubur 2flh. Wo tor. will In Uuk at Hie but wk iiftor luftinticbiu inunlor of an Infant. noxt ai.l your Courier will rwuih you Foeticide- - inunlor of tint unborn. lujulu on July 13ili. Hubjldo murder of milf. UptoreUle inunlor of wifo. Maritlddo inurdor of n husband. WluLt'n tliu matter with the mlllln-um- ? Homicide murder of n man. Vary few of tho hats Ihuy luivo From" Various It Is reported Uint Uio wblakey in tvnvtts will mnko a linnl fight to elect UliHr "ticket" In tlio Democratic next Saturday. It U alno nitn-oro- d that a hUihIi fund of $5,000 will bo usihI, If ni'ooHHary, to enrry Fulton ixtunty. Thotw reports may bo bo thoy may not. It 1c well known, how ever, tliat politirit In tlil county, lu homo IiikUuicoh. Is rotten to Uio coro. mtuJi "cutttnj; niul dryhiK," tlio ejection rolLs around; many ttwapfl and trades anions the oroken. who look upom cloctlotui an itholr prlvnUt hu(slncs ratlior than the pvoplo' rlKhtfl. If tlio whlflkcy bunch nttomitH to influuuco Uio election by liHin.uit1iiK free ber and whlwkoy, Jt tdioiihl bo nlpiHil In Uio bud, aiwl tlte ntllorn put under the men or man wlio S'e my thw iiutn an a without rKiinl to the oandltlatcfl who may or may jwtt bo In thu comblno. TJio follow Who liuyn tlio Influonco of corrupt organlzatlona blmU hlmsolf to lay Umm back with the pooplo'A rlglila nixl Judas I wxi riot wan a fiontleinan uil tcholar by the hI1o of such Tlioro has boon boiiio "Ktlll hunt'' work roltiRon In thocoim-t- y In thu dutiiiK Uio pant tw intiint of the ring rule element. Tlio wholo UiIiik will como to a bIiow. down next Satiinlay, and tlio bolter element of the county sliould soo tliat a squaro deal la ctven every ninn. y Sources MKb'1 it 111 mu 1t Certain fellowu must do certain thing to perpotuato thomselveu politically, and Uioy will not stand back on delivering tlio goods if trick- vrl wtln. To provoko tlio wrath of tho gang moans certain extermination to hemlimon who fel at Uio For that reason, local corruption creeps In and tihoukl bo watoJied. In onlor Hickman girls who escaped becom Stove Stahr Is now reared back on ing Juno brides should not boost about tho cushions of an E. M. F. 30 touring It. Thoro arc other months that aro car wlilch he purchased last Thursday full of IrrcfUstiblo opportunities. from tho Hickman agency, arid enjoying life. Ho mado a trip in his car Friday to Fancy Farm to visit his broTho idiot who tries to do right Is a ther, whom ho had not seen in a dozmuch better citizen than tho wise ma en years. who has no regard for honesty. New Jersey's now marriage law makes the man who applies for a answer the question whothor ho Is an imbocile or not. A bright thing to ask a man who Is atiout to get married. Ex. Tlio god of fashion Is tho devil's hireling. Men can be found In Hickman who bo-for- o n t) turned out thin wiummi nru houxily noujjh to attract nttontlon. Whim you oloct a banker to make lawn jou vmu to lrnvo the legal rale of lutttmx Increased. Mullorlddo inunlor of a woman. IVirt forgot tim Democratic primary noxt Saturday. Come out and vote. Stopping nil advertisement to savn inoiioy, wisely olKuirvp Uio Enrllug- llMI Ihli, U llklt Stopping n clock to Tho girl who think uiorn of n silk v time. drewi limn n tkly homo will uiiiko n wlfu ulw will think more of n poodlo The preacher who incoHiiroH his sue doj ll'iau n baby. cittM by the ntinibwr of now inumborn ho kv4x b alwuyn a good f1unuitr. Vo for clean niuii Saturday. but a very poor Borvanl of IiIh tuanlvr ywr A. W. Irby, an automobllo export and demonstrator with tho E. M. F. If every man who betrayed a trust peoplo, was fined $5 and costs in had to be fumigated, Washington, D. Judge Itemley's court Monday morn C, woukl nmoll llko lindes. Ing for failure to blow his horn when crossing tlio streets In his car. Chief Jule Vornc wrote entortalnlngly of Wriglit had called his attention to this Arouiirl tlio World In Eighty IXiys," onllnance, but ho failed to tako tlio ami tho feat was regardwl as impos-Blbl- warning seriously. Ho paid the $11. at that tlino, sonio fifteen or no. twenty years ago. It ta now possible Ten dusky bucks were also drawn to make practksilly tho anno trlpout- - into tlio tolls for gamins, and fined IIikhI by Uio novelist In 37 days Sev $20 each. They wore Ed Totten, Jno. eral of Vorno'ft books seem llko prop- - Harmon, Ed Fowler, Earnest Fowler, liecleB, in tho light of ovonts. Chas. Olbson, Sid Oliver, Albert Cox, foro telling Mibmarlnb toats, long dis Fred Nichols, Iloss Crabb and Ernest tance killoninig, as woll as his trip Nichols. Their donation of $200 helps around tho world. sonio. Oliarlio Howanl was also fined $2! and eentonced to 10 days In Jail for To sliow that she. Is not superstititotting. ous a Kentucky girl 19 years ot Vgo Kim Charlie Nichols, for bootlegging, has married a boy of 13. $60. o are willing to go to Africa as missionaries but aro not willing to tako caro of a cross baby for tho tired wife for lialf an hour. I had rather be a penny In a 'tramp' fiockot than a dollar In the till ot tlio finest saloon on earth. Tho man who will buy a thing wore fined $5 for simply because it Is cheap, whether Call a veterinary. R. It. Rogers small offenses under tlio head of ho needs ,lt or not, generally spends a Hospital, both phones, Hickman. breach of tho peace. fool's money. A fow othors Midsummer Clearance of Fine' Clothes. vtitt, There's nothing particularly sensational about our summer clearance; it's the regular thing with us; and there are two kinds of men who are likely to be interested in class is made up of men who wait for this time, when they can buy good clothes for less than usual prices. Another class of men take advantage of such a clearance to get an extra suit or two for it-On- e future use. either case we're glad to sell them the clothes; they're Hart SchafFner & Marx and other makes; we want to get our space cleared for new fall goods coming in; we're willing to cut off our profits on the summer gopds to accom-plis- h that end-It'a plain business proposition that ought to interest you whoever you are, or whatever clothes you have; it's a good thing for you and for us. In s $25.00 Hart Schaffner & Marx good suits, worsted and cassimeres I9.SO $ 8.00 Milton, Och and "Frat" suits for men and young men 1 5' OO Y BOYS CLOTHING 8.50 and 7.50 Knickerbocker suits, peg trousers, choice at 5.oo $22.50 Hart Schaffner & Marx fine suits . $20.00 Hart Schaffner & Marx suits at $18.50 Hart Schaffner & Marx suits at I8.00 $16.50 and $1 5 suits, plain and fancy patterns, at $13.50 and $12.50 suits, you never saw better for the price $ 0.00 suits for men and young men, staple and fancy 1 50 , 6.50 Knickerbocker suits, Perfection make, choice l6.00 15.00 OO OO r 5.00 Knickerbocker suits, all extra values for the money 3.50 Knickerbocker suits, all fancy patterns, choice Straight Pants Suits One-Ha- lf Price. No blue or black suits included in the above reduction. You get Good Clothes for you money here. Reduced prices cash only. A safe investment. They'll be good for several seasons. SMITH & AMBERC !'g SMgr41''-i5WaiUllM- 'r f &- - V " S. . SrtSm.B.L 1 Her Wedding Supper. Cool and Refreshing IO TO Cowgill's Drug Store where you will find every- thing usually served at a Soda Fountain. first-class Miss some of the sweet things in life, bnt don't miss the pleasures of a box of "Hayler' Candy " For sale at II " Cowgill's Drug Store Practical Fashions A STYLISH WAIST. Tho 'Ittlo brown cottago, cuddled, ehyly nwny among the lilac bushos, tuimblo and modest as Its own mistress. Since tho death of her widow-motheMargnrot had lived hero alono. The tiny rooms had watchod tho years trace linos of dopartlng youth on her gentle face, though tholr own trim neatness showod little evldenco of tho lapse of time Tho oaken chairs, the carofully-dustetable, the brightly polished Btovo, etood Just whero they had stood tho dreary morning after the Tho black walnut clock funeral. ticked the same cheerful warning of seconds leasing away, Its equilibrium assured by tbo same bit of pasto-boar- d tucked under one edge. Tho ruga showed no wear from the soft tread of Margarofs dainty, unambisolitious foet Placid, habit-bountary, tho house nnd Its owner has grown with tho Dying years. Into this measured seclusion the small village obtruded lUUo With the chatter of talk nnd tho clack of ldlo gos-siMargarot had nothing In comA slight deafness, quite Immon. perceptible to less sensitive spirits than hor own, removed her a bit Her further from companionship. family, her mother's peoplo. finding her "queer," slowly detached themselves from hor. Gradually her llfo was absorbed Into her books, hor garden, her sewing and hor household cares, until tho world outsldo her brown fenco palings own time-wornnd tho hedge of yollow roses, camo to havo the unreality of a dream. True, dreams of tho future had como to her earlier moods; tho foml-nlnyearning for some one to share hor llfo, for tiny fingers to disturb tho monotony of orderliness that But time nnd tho house. habit had swallowed thoao creations of hor fancy. The events of human experience, doath, love, pain, sorrow, fear, loft to her hor untouched, appearing lonely aloofnoss as unreal as the hu man beluga they blessed and cursed. Even Jacob Wllklns, In the big white house beyond tho rose hedge, hod long since lost tho quality of He shovelactual earthly existence. ed the snow regularly from ber walk In winter; he sawed her wood and r, d Inter-rupUovll-lag- o n o ior-vade- d f'l MP r there Is a small group of tucks There U also a pretty yoke, below which the material Is slightly gathered In both front and bock. The outline of yoko land front vest are marked by band Itrlmmlng. There Is a long closely g sleeve of the yoke material expending below the short cap sleeve of the waist material The pattern (5239) Ms cut In sites 32 to 42 Inches bust measure. Medium size requires (lH yards of 44 Inch material, with 1 yards of 18 Inch all over and 2V4 yards jot band trimming, also 1 yards of 36 inch lawn for slip. i fit-tin- sal peasant cut at the shoulder, where This charming waist baa tho univer- To procure this pattern (end 10 cents to "Pattern Dtpartment." of this pnper Writs noma and address plainly, and If sure to give alze and number of pattern. NO. 5239. SIZE.. A NAME TOWN STREET STATE AND NO Dirty Tramp Shuffled In. 1 INSURED WITH KENNEDY. Crops looking flne. Tuesday we celebrate. f II Save from Jl to 12 a thousand on "your shingles by buying direct from mill. C. If. TabM BaJagU Co. A. A. W. Hill, paHtor of Uio colored Mothodlat church at Moclumlcs-burg- , is in Jail at Poduenh on the charge of raising a check to $19.50 which was written for $9.60. LOOK! LOOK! I furnish my medicines and guarantee a cure in... Founders, Colic, Bote Ring Bone, Bone Spavin Curb, Fistula, Pole Evil Weak Eyes, Sharbon and Lockjaw. I own my hospital and am ready for business. tacked It neatly In the tiny "lean- her hedges and mowed tho grass plot; but he never ventured Into her garden or her sitting room. Bo even he, In time. grew to be aa lacking In the human qualities aa the elements he protected her from thus generously and care fully. To a sense, however, of his very genuine protection, Margarets awak entng camo rudely enough. A dirty tramp shuffled In one summer afternoon from tho outer haze of things, within the range of Margaret's near Catching a reallxa sighted vision tlon of hor lonely dofoncelessnoes, he domanded food and money, stepping threateningly along the stone walk toward tho atartlod woman. Fear gripped hor rolentloss, over whelming fear, all the more dreadful for the long years of Impunity It had granted to hor inexporlence. She could not screnra, nor run, nor herself; Bho frozo Into a move-le- a Imago of fright. "You cloar out of hero quick, you ornery cusal" Margaret's eyes lifted to the smiling gazo of Jacob Wllklns. Even In her disarray of Idoas, memories of sleigh rldus, of parties, of picnics, of moonlight walks with tho youthful counterpart of this man struggled for her attention, but tho tromosa of fright stifled them again. With his usual ho venturod to tnko her trembling fingers, gontly, slowly, Into his big handfl. "It ain't right, Margaret, for you to live here alono llko this. It ain't safe for you," ho explained softly, as If he comprehended tho shock to her awak on ed helplessness. She could only shiver with the passing of terror. She felt his anx- - to;" he trimmed lous eyes reading her faoe for some sign. "Would you do you think don't you bollovo could you como ovor to tho big housu and live with nw and lot mo look after youT It would bo safer," bo added breathlessly Tho ubrupt Invasion of tho tilings of this world had left hor poworlea to think or to net. Hor unlvorso was crumbling to pieces beneath her feet All that ho meant she did not com probond. Shu kuuw only that his fingers wero kind and strong, his voice tender and assuring. With the chill of alarm still shuklng her voice, she whispered. "Oh yus, yes, yes." "I'll bring Doctor Brandon right up hero and wu will be married this very afternoon." "Doctor DrandonT MarrledT" "Why, Buro; you can't como to llvo ,wlth uio unless wu are married," hold tng her fluttering bauds in bis persuasively tonder palms. lloforo bur unaccustomed thought could travorso the length of tho new proposition, ho wont ou: "I'll bo right up with him. I'm glad jou're wearing tho whlto dress with the pink daisies In It, Margaret You iind ono llko It years ago and It always looked to ino llko u wedding dress." With weakening knees and bewildered spirit, vho Bat down on Uio grabs edge beside the walk, to think things out with a brntn that would not w rendu with this tuuddlo of muudano affairs. Too brave to cry, sho could only pick tho groen blades, ono by ono, and lay them In a row on her gown. Upon hor troublod. Inadequate pondering, broko the voles of Doctor Ilrandon. "I'm so glad to learn, Margarot. whut Jacob has just told me. Mrs. Ilrandon and James havo como along as witnosses." With a puzzled emtio of greeting. o Margaret rose with Jacob's assistance. In a haze she followed his gontlo leading to the little front parlor, whore, In tho presence of tho silent companions of hor twenty years of Isolation, sho stood beslilo Jacob nnd Bald to Doctor Ilrandon tho words Jacob bado her say Hor heart warmed to tho good will nnd gladness In tho words of cougrntulatlon, Margaret had Just begun to fool tho weight of Jacob's unaccustomed presence, when he Bald: "Let's go over to see the big house," He led hor from the little brown cloister to the house that stood closo by the highways of men. Aching from the aloneness of tho years, chilled with the strangeness of the big rooms, sho looked over the new home and Its master, her husband. She owned a feeling of gladness only when Jacob said: iso tramp can frighten you here, Margaret mine." Then as If he understood some tiny part of hor struggle to adjust herself to the well-nigunbearable lack of familiar things; "Run along, honey, to your garden, while Mlrnndy gets ns our wedding supper " With flying feet she sped from tho " proposed With clutching Angers she pulled down to her burning face the tall syrlngns and the ambitious climbers. I)y degrees the pert plsilng universe outside tho brown, fence slipped back Into Us proper1 desuetude and the Joy In her flower friends soothed Janglod nervea and troubled memories Into forgotfulness., Snipping a twig here, kissing a blossom there, stopping to talk to the purple and gold faces In the pansy bod. she bIowIt made hor way. Just as she huA an ninr mimmpr nvnnlniri In th. twenty years of solitude, to the little kitchen door. With the habitual repetition of her narrow round of conduct, sho washed her hands In tho tin basin and threw the water gently on the morning glory vines at tho window. Turning to the pile of kindling wood bosldo the stove, sho started a flro and set the tea kcU tie to boll. Into the tiny brown teapot she dropped the usual pinch of toa lenves and Bet It on the hearth On tho table she placed the tiny cloth; beside tho bluo pinto Bho placed tho napkin In tho old sllvor ring and tho blue rtip and saucer; from the cooky Jar In the pantry sho took two, nerd cookies, as usual, nnd put thorn ou a small bluo pinto In closo conjunction with tho whlto dish of strawIn reply to tho tea ket-- , berry Jam tics whistle of rendlnoss sho was (miring Ihp boiling wntor from Its hi kIiik spout when Jacob's hearty, nlce broke tho spoil of two decades plnk-sprlggo- d unob-truslvh MONEY TALKS $$$$ This is the season of the year when we NEED CASH more than anything else. Now, if you are looking for some real good bargains in WAGONS BUGGIES CULTIVATORS STOVES QUEENSWARE SADDLES HARNESS, Etc. we will make a price that will certainly interest you. This is do-fen- d of ftrtliiHlon "Don't you think a man ought to be invited to IiIh own wife's wedding buo-ne- r' with a hint nt a chuckle covering mi nnxlety which touched oven abstraction. MnrRiirot'B A bnrrlcr scorned to break, u high wnll between hor and tho Joy of llfo Boomed to crumblo and Bet her freo an extraordinary opportunity to save money. Into n gladaomo world whose beauties sho had qulto forgotten. With a Fob Hint was not of sorrow, Bho pushed Jacob ootBldo tho door In which Bho turned tho koy Placing tho koy nnd her hand In his engor palm sho let him lend hor through the roso hodge. Children that are affected by worms are palo and sickly and llablo to contract somo fatal disease. WHITE'S VERMIFUGE expels worms promptly and puts tho child on the road to health. Price 25c per bottlo. 6 Sold by Hickman Drug Co. CREAM GIVE US A TRIAL HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCORPORATED . 33otli. 3Pli.orxot R.R. ROGERS, Veterinarian HICKMAN, KY. Ex. Sheriff J. T. Seat nnd wlfo returned Saturday from a two wooka Dawson Springs. With skin troubles, chaps, pimples, slay at black hindB, ecezma or kotos. When D B Wilson loft Friday for Dawsoi ana 2Ge box of Dr. Hell's Antlsontlo ' Salvo will euro 7011. Try It at eace. Springs to spend a fow days. Don't Do Annoyed. 3fcl I' t Heard On the Streets I III FOR SALE; Two good houses In Hast IUckman at n targitfn; also tra lu Wont Hickman. resldenc All comparntlvHy now and well located Apply to O. T. Salmon, Hickman. Ip I ! I' ! ni I iiii In nearly 20,000 caaes of smallpox Professor to pupil who hitherto has FOR SALE: Four store rooms, 1 lioen cornlntf lutoj "Good mondn, reported In the United Stated during 11 room residence, all on Moccow avo WIUIp I'm Rlad to ae you nw rly 190U tliero woro only 92 deaUis, mak- Oood locations for business, prices of late, you lifted to bo behind before, ing the averago mortality rate loaa reasonable. Would llko to sell all f tlian but now you nro flrat at lant." of ono per cunt. at ono deal. Frank Thompson. Ac one-hul- The Seven Wonders. wonder in whose tuimo the oloct-Io- n whiskey will come? I wonder if my wife will stand for gag that "iilghtAVork-ftt-the-offJcoagalu7 I woudor wLo I can touch for a Ioau? I wonder If she will como again tonight? I wonder whether he's holding a good baud or only bluffing? I wonder if tluV'a her laat year's hat inadu over? I woudor how they keop up appearance ou hia salary? I " ) KvoryUiiag quiet. C. L. Walker wtui lu Tlptouvlllo Bun day. tduo Ac our lino of wall paper. Freucu. Vilho All the loadlug uiagaxluus t Fiouuu'a. at Fothu Walker MarUu, or Uulou City, waa Lulu Sunday. A1U folk Stella Sainton visited houie last week. i S . The coldeul kind of Ico water 13. Curliu' free. C. E. llall, of TipuiuvlUo, Fndaj ou buUuuin. W. at II. SPECIAI was huro Tiptun-vlllu- 0. Tlplou uud wife, of Uuro iiuro Friday. , A regular morning operation of the bowels puts you lu flue shape for the day's work. If you miss It you ftei uncomfortable aud cannot put vim Into your uioveuieuts. Fur all bowel irregularities UEHUINE U the remedy it purifies, strengthens aud regulates. Price 60c. Sold by lllckmau Drue Co. 6 Lieu Oman, of Tlptouvlllo. wan the lattur iurt of Uio week, For porch furniture, luri tf Furniture 111 Co. u the lllckiunu , tliu place, 5c and 10c Sale BEGINNING: Last Warning. Ordinance Governing the Operation of Automobiles In Hickman, Ky. Tho City Council of the City of Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follows: llhat it aliall be unlawful for any automobile to bo driven on the streeU of Hickman, Ky., at a greater speed than twelve miles an hour, except that upon Clinton Street and Jackson Street in Hickman, Ky., Uio rate at which an automobile shall be driven shall not exceed eight miles an iiour, and the rato at which an ahall be driven down hill shaU not exceed six miles an hour. That It shall bo unlawful for any automobile to bo driven on the fctreels of Hickman, Ky., after dark without at least one headlight burning. Any person violating any of tho sections of this ordinance shall upon conviction be fined not leas Uian FIVE DOIiLAItS nor more Uian FIFTY DOULAltS. The Ut' Marshal is hereby directed specially to enforce Uio provisions of .this ordinance. auto-mobile Uuruuti ol 'llpiouwili-- was lu.ri Fricuy ou iouiu U fahwlio Ulckiuuu Furniture Co., headquarters for auyiiiliuf tu furniture. Cairo will celebrate tlio 4tli uud utli with a big biplane oxlUUtlou. Hon. W. A. FroU. made a brief to Hickman Monday uvoulng. Mo., Maa uuro Saturday shopping. U-I- t Mr. Nannie Crawford, of Dorona, Dr. L, i'. lUllxor aud Irwuu Ilru vurd wout to Tlptouvlllo Suuday, 9 a.m. Saturday, July i, at J. F. Fowlkoa, of Tlptouvillu, waa Uuro Sunday and Monday ou buuinob. Mrs. A. C. UoaUck, of TJptouvlUu, waa liutu Saturday en route to Memphis. your trade. St. Wo appreciate Louis FuruUhluaf Co. "1U It for leaa." Saw Moan, of Uulou City, waa hero Sunday, tu guutt of his slater, tin, Suia Norman, of Uayfleld, waa uru Friday lu Uio luloruat of Ida ruco for E. R. ELLISON'S Dry Goods and Variety ,- Stale Sutkata. U YklUng dautflUur, Mr. at Mayfloal. Mr. U. Ambon; tor fata-lly - Uuy itubbimt aud Cash Store Read the Handbills. Come and see the Show Windows. Look through our store at the special offerings of 5c and Oc Bargains. You will be astonished at what 5c and 0c 1 1 The above ordinance was paused by Uio City Council on Uio 4th day of it has been somewihat overlooked. April, l'jio, but the enforcement of If Ita anything la U lumber or building lino, go to lleynolda-Moft Co., incorporate. HuasoU Jobuaou UiU week sold two lota lu 0. 11. Uond'a AddiUou to W. A. Dodds for 1400. Hut owing to Uio careless and reek-lea- s manner in which some operators have been driving their cars, I take Uila means of giving all a fair warning, and hereby give notice that the above ordinance will be .rigidly enforced. Tills notice is not for Uio O'ilHEIt FELLOW. It moans YOU. JOHN WUKUIT, City Mondial. Wo Don't Have to will buy. Oowgul Ilogora caiuo up from Men- K el wood Saturday and spent ovor 8un day with home folk. KofrUoratora act a cheap ono out a good refrigerator at a low price. lllcktnan Furniture Co. Daisy Anderson, of nrowua-villTenn., la the guest of Mm. W A. Jobuatou UiU week. MIm a, Mr. Phillips, of Cincinnati, waa Uio guest of C. Q. Bchlonker and wife Ute .aUtr part of Uio wouk. L. J. Wilson, wife aud children, ot Jackson, Tenn., visited hU alator, Moa. Sura Soluion, last Monday. CapU C W. lUpley, of lxulavllla, luut accepted a poaltlon with tho Men Kel Uos Company, he will wove iiuro. Nickels and dimes will buy more right now than ever before. Manufacturers arc turning out many articles in immense quantities which were made formerly in small lots, at double or treble the expense. By watching the markets carefully, buying at the right time and at right prices, we are able to offer you items for a dime that not long ago would have cost you a quarter or more. Toll you what It's for it's name tells. Dr. Hell's Is the best cough medicine and several million people already know it. Look for the Dell ou the Uottle. 8 Tax Books Open. Sheriff Johnson has opened Uio tax for 1311, and la now ready to receive money due from this source. Tiio first tax receipt Issued lu this county for Uio present year waa given to It. It. UurnuU, at Hickman. The second man. to pay his tax was J. F. Manees, at Cayce. hookM Extra Special 506 Gray Enameled Dish Pans for 10c Don't fall to see our lino of ornamental locka aud ulliKea, SouiuUtlnfi now aouiethlog nlco. Heynolda-Mo- a & Co. 14: quart gray enameled dish pan, size 16$ inches by 5 inches, selected quality enamel ware, uniform gray mottling on a heavy steel base, riveted steel side handles. Sold everywhere at 50c. Our price, while they last, 10c. Mlaa Cecllo Harnett loft Saturday aftorooou on Uio Loo Lluo for Mcui pbla wlieio uUo will tako a bualnoaa courao. C. 0. BoMonkor uaa been auffuriiu: a few dajv from a crippled foot, got-lit hurt on a flBhlm; tilp Friday, laat Friday. The rates this year are aa follows. State tax, COc on $100. County, COc. Hickman College, 40c. Levee, COc. Poll, $1.D0. Dog tax, 11. Rural School, lCc. Rural poll, $1. Wo can show you any grade of wall paper you want at a vorjriEod-erat- e price. Fethe ft French. ut Elvis Hale Dead. Bertha Jackson, u daughter of Mrs. Joo Jackson, a promlneut farmer, living alx mile from Union CUv lu district No. 7. was killed by .lightning Satuiday ovoulng. Sho'waa unlng ttio telephone at the time, talk-lu- i; to Mlns Cora ConUond, a nolgh' hor, who lived two mllos from her homo. Tho telephone was completely torn to pieces by Uio lightning. No other damago waa douo. Mlaa C. E. David, lumber aalcaman for Uio Mougol Ilox Co., was here tbo lat tor part of Uiu wook oa bualnoaa wlUi thLi branch. A Jolly Crowd. Mlseea IUith Walker and Floroncu Barry roturnod Monday from a ov- oral days' vlalt to Mrs. Anna Smith ut Troy, Tenn. Mrs. P. W. McKeol and Ml&a HuUi Gdwarda roUirnod to Mayflold last week after a vlalt to Mrs. D. D. Wll-bo- n and family. Qen. II. A. Tyler and son, Ilobert, are entertaining at tiielr beautiful homo near town thlB week a Jolly hunch of youngsters. Tho party consists of Uio followhiR: Mrs. It. W. McKinncy, Paducoh, Ky., chaperon. Miss Hose Dickinson, Littlo nock, Ark. Miss Susie Vergor, Greenwood, 0. W. Hall, who sufforod Uio loss Meosrs. n. A. Oliver and O. .1) of Uio loft lee laat week by falling Wright, proprletora of tho East Prairtindor a log oar, la roportod oa got ie Mill and Food Co., have junt closed MUs. Ung alone very woll. a deal for tho machinery necessary Jackson, Miss Frances Harris, for a cotton gin to bo Installed In Eaat Miss. wlio waa Prairie. Eagle. Senator Tlioa. Paynter, Mtas Louise Dudley, Nashville, oppoalnc OlUu M. Jamea for the aona-torlMlaa Mary Jane Androws, of Union Tenn. district, has nomination in tula Miss Allceu Smith, Martin, Tenn. withdrawn from Uio raoe, leaving our City, visited Ml&a Cecllo Darncs tho Miss Mario Urovurd, Hickman. lattor part of last week. Oillo a clear told, Jno. A. Fox, Washington, D. C. R. M. Endere, Ltttlo Hock, Ark. Frank Smith, Martlu, Tenn. C. M. MarUn, MarUn, Tenn. A. M. Alexander, Hickman. Tho party la having a royal time; motoring, gamea and various amusements are on Uio program. Monday they motored to Union City and Tues day to Fulton. They will return to their respective homes today or tomorrow. In a poultry contest In Oregon, held rocenUy, tho winner ot tho $100 prize bccured from 22 hens an average of 140 eggs per year, valued ut $4.24. The cost of feed per hen was $1.22, leaving a net annual profit of $3.02 per Leu. Homo JouruU. University Appointment. Those wishing to secure appoint-ment- a to Kentucky State University will please write me at an early date stating qualifications. Ue careful to btato the amount of high school work you have had to moot Uie entrance requirements. Tho Unlvorslty haB cauUoned ua not to appoint students who are not prepared to enter. Vlr- giuia Lutcn, County Supt. Our Union City friends Invito ua to be with them on the 4th of July, and promise all Uio entertainment we II. C. Barrett, funeral director and are looking for. Elsewhere will be found a brief summary of their pro- embalmer, with St. Louis Furnishing gram for that day. Co. 1 Elvis A. Halo, superintendent :n Western Kentucky of Uio New York Mutual Life Insurance Co., and well known in Hlckainn, died at his home in Porabroko, Ky., Saturday aftornoon of congesUon. Halo lias been coming to Hickman for tho past 20 y6ars in the lnterost of his company, and was one of Uio most successful Insurance men in tho stato. Ho was an Intimate friend of C. T. Uondurant, with whom ho had been osaoulatel in business many years. Mr. Uondurant and wifo attended the funeral Sunday. Deceased was held In high osteem here by all who know hlui, and was a gentleman from Uio ground up CUPID LAYS SIDE Very Few Cases Go Over Till Next Term. WENDLING Fulton County Taxes, h 1 lits M3v 7 1WCV .. r-- JI T il . L ". THE DARTS urx Another Vi fni V v, vV Y nwu TAKES 7 Weapon CoprillM 1904, lr c. E. Zlnmcinua Co. No. 21 m. Jrll City Wins In Land Case. Importnnt tax questions were nettled by tho court of appeals In tho case of tho Kentucky lunula Investment Co., ngnliiHt the city of I.ouls-vllle- . Tho right of tho city of Louie-vlll- o to Its lien on tho property for city tnxos Is uphold. l'roporty was bought In at a tax sale by appellant company nnd tho court says that tho property Is subject to the lien of tho city for taxes, but Will Appreciate Your Business. the stato has a right to maintain a suit to qulot Its title to the let which It bought nnd afterward sold to tho Investment company. Fortune Tied Up. GPMS SMUGGLE Tho court says that neither the sale by tho sheriff nor that by tho nudltor's agent had tho effect of Invalidating TWO RICH MEN AND A WOMAN Amos Fish, a cltiien of Woodland the Hen of tho city. Tho higher court ACCUSED. r.oys that tho petition should not havo Mills, 1ms reortvtd word that an tnte of alxMil $20,000 has been left bran dismissed In Louisville as tho Government In Possession of Facts stato to 1dm and hie two brothers. The of tho was In constructive possession Which Prompts Denial of Any property. .father of the threw boys died when Quiet Settlement. thoy wore small, and they wore giv Officers Commissioned. New York. Juno 27. Tho govern en homes by thrve different families. Gov. Wlllmin has Issued commissions tnent is not disposed to deal leniently By tho- time the Iwys grown, to the following nllleors of the Ken with a leather manu- they had lost all trace of such other tucky national guard: W. U Dixon, ho Is Amos is now 13 years old facturer of Kenosha, Wis.. ami hasn't Keeond lieutenant, Co. II, third Infancharged with aiding the fascinating II try; seen either of his brothers slnco he corps;John I). Hvnn. captain medical Helm D. Jenkins In smuggling Into F. Kash, major ww a cliild. Amos was finally lo- department; M. 3. Wnlton, subsistence this ccuntry $300,000 worth of Jewels. captain In This was made manifest when it be- cated nnd notified that tills ostnie second Infantry; J V. Gross, captain tho threo brotlurs. but UmtHt Co II, second Infantry; Inane Wlldor, came known that an effort will be made to Indict not only blm, but also could not bo divided until something captain Co. I, second Infantry; Hen a wealthy and prominent coal mer- definite wws learned of the other Sewell, first lloutonnnt, Co. F, second chant of NaBhvllle, Tenn , who Is al- two. Mr. Fish Is, of course, nuzlous infantry; J. 1'. Hanuy, first llputennnt llar-rctleged to have been a party of the act. to lenrn tho whereabouts of th oth- Co. U second Infantry; Daniel W Although Collector Loeb would first lieutenant. Company I, secers, .If living. Urikt-- he do. a this, make no comment it was asserted on ond Infantry; Albert Llrey, first lieuunquestioned authority that he has ho will never derive any benefit from tenant, Co. M, second Infantry; F K. placed In the hand of United States the Kiimll fortune that awaHs him. Ashby, second lieutenant, Co. E, third Attorney Wise evldenco District infantry; W. D. Carter, second lieuwhich will be submitted to the fedtenant Co F, third Infantry. eral grand Jury and will urge that MAN'S V0ICEIS RESTORED both men be Indicted. New Bug But Not Dangerous. Custom house officials believe this Wheat harvest, notably In Trim erldence Is so overwhelming that the Man Who Had Desn Speechless for ble nnd C'arrtll counties, la on In full Six Months Says "Hello, Doc," blast, and tho fanners are busy cut district attorney will have llttlo diffAfter Surgery Treatment. iculty In convlnrtni? the grand Jury ting what they consider an extrn good crop. Harvest In this section Is nbout that a crime has been committed and New Haven, Conn., June 27. Rethat arrest of tho alleged smugglors moval of a piece of a patient's skull ten days earlier than common, thought to havo been brought on by trill quickly follow. Much Information tending to un- which had come in contact with tho tho oxtrcmo hot woatber. In some power of sections a small green bug Is working ravel tho mystery of Mrs. Jenkins brain has brought back the on tho wheat straw, nnd many farm connection with tho alleged plot has speec hto Harry Wlltse. For six mouths Wlltso had been un- era claim that It has caused the grain come to light and. If tho case goes to trial, Interesting facta concerning able to D.utter a word, but when Dr. to ripen early. Sluttory, who performed the tho tcqlltlen of the fortune in gams Morris wny they were brought In operation In the presenco of a dozen Company Refused Right to Incorporate. and the Into the oporatlng duty free will be developed Some Burgeons, camo leaving Tho new Central National Llfo In It to see anfacta connected with alleged strenu- room again after patient, Wlltso raised his head suranco Co., recently formed In louls ous measures by the ssupectea men other Dr vlllo, has been denied n charter. distinct the to make a quiet settlement In the from tone", pillow, and In a Doc!" but Ben 1. Bruner, secretary of stale, be low said: "Hello, hope that publicity might be avoided There was great surprise at tho mo- causo of a similarity of nnmes bewere olio learned. ment and the news quickly circulated tween tho Citizens National Llfo In to tho phytticians. They proclaim the suranco Co. Dr. Bruner also criticised tho nr belief that when Wlltse fully recovers his strength his speech will be as tides filed for tho company. Marriage Licenses good as over. They also ballet e that frequent attaacks of Insanity, tho result of injury to Wiltsu's head, 21 O THIRTY-SIPER ONLY The following were granted license years ago, wll cease CENT OF CHILDREN to marry In Obion County lost week: UPID recognizes another factor. one or higher potentiality and ieali7es that in his affairs there must be money. Why don't you start to save now; so you will be ready when cupid calls. Hheriff JoIiiimiii has received from udllor. a statement of the AWAITS FINAL amount of taxes ho Ik charged with State Officers Invited to Masonic Dan oud what ho will havo to jkij over to the stato. Tho statement Is im quet Governor Commissions a follows. Number of National Guard Officers. Lilid, I2.3C3.103. Town Lots, ii.m.gac Frankfort Final adjournment fot personality sulij.-v- i to Equalisation tho Hummer vAciitlc.it linn been tnKon l tho court of uien! uiul It Is ex $'l7 'Ms peeled that a lurKo number of deel hIiiiih will bo handed down. It Is Mint u lccllon will bo given In the entiu in olvltiK tho merKer ol the U &. N. and Frnukfort & Cincinnati rnllroiulH, onn of tlie most Import taut racori which liii been beforo the court at tho protsout term. It Is likely aluo that lie pnlltlon for a rehearing In tho Joo WeudlltiK enso will bo acted upon. Those nro about the only Important cases of general interest that are to bo dcoldod by the court. DurliiK tho IuhI tar tho court hnx worked hard and a largo number of decisions have beou hamled down. The court Is well up with tho docket and few casoo will o otor to the next term. NEWS the State Dahnko's Cream Bread phono 71. lVrooiinllty not subject to Equalisa. f tion, jr.ic.cis. TABLE O, M. A. Q. R. R. TIMC Total. J6.U03.22t. (Effective June 4, 1011) Stato Tux utMtii this amount nt 60c fl,lf,G.12. on the $100 ulimtiou, Leave Illckmnn C:30 a. m. Number of iIohh rejtorted by the 8;30 a. in. Arrive Dyorsburg iwetmwir, 0i7. Leave Illckmnn ...2:00 p. iu. This valuation Is about 1 1.000.000 Arrivo Dyorsburg G:00 p. m. jnors than that for 11)10. Lenvo Dyeruburg. 0:00 a. m. Arrive Hickman 12:00 noon Lcavo Dyersburg Ci30 p. in St. Ico Boxes and Refrigerators. Arrivo Illckmnn 8:30 p. m. I,oub Furnishing Co. "sells It for O. M. ROHH. Agent hss." ANNUAL JOY DAY! UNION CITY.TENN. JULY 7.00 8.30 9.00 9.30 a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. FIRING SALUTE. BAND CONCERT. 4th COMEDY ACROBaVTS BOY'S BICYCLE RACE Arcs 8 to 2 years. GIRLS' BICYCLE RACE Ages 8 to 2 years. BALL AND TOWER FEATURE SI IETLAND PONY RACE 1 1 The Peoples Bank Biggest and Best Celebration and the Greatest Features JIM THE D E XJI3NT3E; XJ3E 2.00 p.m. 2.30 p.m. Tl IREE-LEGCE- RACE ACROA novelty feature. TRICK-HOUS- BATS. 10.00 am. 10.15 a.m. 10.30 a.m. FAT-MEN'- 145 p.m. 3.00 p.m. e m RACE EGG AND SPOON RACE SPIRAL TOWER A spectacular feature act. 11.00 a.m. GRAND FLORAL P'RADE S 330 p.m. 4.00 5.30 7.00 8.00 8.30 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Parade forms at the fair RtoumJs atsl moves north on Third Street from the fair grounds to Court Square, east on Washington Arc, lo First Si and north on First St. lethcN.C ft St. L. Ry. INTERMISSION On First Street from Clwrrh St lo Washington Ave and return BAND CONCERT t, NOON 75-ynrd s 1.00 p.m. 1.30 p.m. BAND CONCERT YOUNG MEN'S DASI I by trained athletes Court S. to First St. Falls," Nueara ACROBATIC CLOWNS SPIRAL TOWER ACT PARK CONCERT PAIN'S FIREWORKS IncltHhnr Kiln's "1 he Weird While in Fire, white, ill-ver- y fire wtlh the roar, splash and mist of the frrrat cataract, 50 feet lone ami 30 fret high s E5"VE!3ETsr"X1BCI3SrC3r DF'DEUE.iE A Lordial Invitation to All to Celebrate 1 in Union City ZTsssssWl sfjsjsjp residence, shown in the picture, wns struck by 3 UP& lightning Saturday night and burned, but the owners still have (heir fine herds. Editor.) jKrS-.(Thi- ' ""7 r"7 Si.lxVnrm of 5. L. lilIRw7i'- - Rn I D. C. Hamilton and Ruth Tankemloy Washington Pastor Commends PresiJ. B. Wright and Winnie Eledge. dent's Refusal of Pardon to Bank-er- a Morse and Walsh. A. Bradahaw and Euilly Ingraham Itolla Daw eon and Evu Little. Washington, Junu 27. "Every honJohn McFarland and Myrtle Knight est man ought to thank God we have G. C. Jounaon ami Ivey llollfield. a president In the White I louse who Zera Morris and May Noely. has moral backbone to refitne pardons to the bank wreckers, Chnrles W. John R. Ask for Omega Flour. None bet Morse andJohn Reld Walsh," declared Shannon, pastor the Rev. x ter. Betiersworth & Prather. Memorial church, of Metropolitan from tho pulpit. Referring to Morse and Walsh, the pastor said: Hero's a little Rhyme "Theso capitalists undertook to use Of the Good Old Summer Time, the community as a sponge to squeeze When both Black and Solid Co- at their pleasure. Wo have a right to take grim pleasure in the fact that lors are in Style; these transgressors are picked oft In But without a Jest, the presence of the nation and shaken When you speak about tho Best, until their bonos rattlo before men INTERWOVEN loads tho rest from the Atlantic to tho Pacific." a mile. PRAISE Cheater Clanton and Jodlo Riicker. TAFT'S DECISION IN & SCHOOL. ' v Full roports on the school census have been received by tho superintendent of public In structlon and show that tliero are a total of 22C.557 children of school age In this state. The statistics show that only 3C per cent, of tho school chil- dreu of the state attend school nnd the percentage of thoxo unrolled who attend Ih only lf per cent., Ienn than half of the children who are nominally in tin school. The reports show that there nro In tho clt- bite children, In tho les II rural schools 15C.323. ' ' ' ' ' 1 Miles East of Hickman. "l 1 DODDS & DeBOW ! We've got 25c half-hos- e themthe greatest ever made hfei TOE-HE- EL NO HOLES-N- O DARNING Smith & Amberg Sane Fourth at Capital. There will be no shooting of on tho streets of Frankfort on tho Fourth of July this year. Mayor BALLOON DROPS INTO SEA I'olsgrove hati definitely decided upon this and In a few days will glvo his High Wind Carries Bag Which Left Instiuctlonu to tho policemen to that Paris Into North Sea ana elfect. Occupants Drown, In former years the big cannon crackers und all sorts of dangerous Bremon, Germany, June 27. Onoot explosives havo been fired at any the four balloons which asceuned ut place on tho streets and frequently Paris on Saturday has fallen Into the people havo been injured and horses North Sea near the Island of Julst, havo been frightened and vehicles and its two occupants are reported to have boon smashed up. hao been drowned. Tho balloon was carried out to sua WANTED TO FIND Ike and E. D by a violent storm. Fish. An estato has been left to thorn, and thoy will be several thousMy home place can be bought at a and dollars better off by writing to Amos. Fish, at Woodland Mills, Tenn. bargain. J. D. Hotuley. -- BREEDERSOF- flro-work-rt Kentucky Saddle Horses Red Polled Cattle, Large Bone Berkshire Hogs. Stock For Sale at All Times. Hickman, " - Kentucky '" -- .. .... . . COMBINE ALL COLORS MARK8 WOMEN Largest of Electric Valves r I EXTREME OP BLENDING FANCY BLOUSES. MAYAVOID OPERATIONS Orvllle Hock will prnvo liow wiwlsu it is for wiimen to submit to tho dangers of n Hiiruli'iil njeratlnii when IL 'I UNDERTAKERS I (Well for Homa Sewer to Take a Look at Soma of the Designs Die-play- In the Stores-- Use of Chiffon. It would be a liberal education to ;tho home sower for her to exnmlnu tbe relays of fancy blouse forovor In the shops before startlnK In with her own sewing Those bodices, tall of which linve boon designed by icupablo persons some, Indeed, nro copies of hlKh priced French gnrmenta an give splendid Ideas for tho blend ing of mntorials, Tbo oddest contrasts In color nro soon, tho mokt uuliiuo and so many different tints nnd itoiture are put together that ono 51 wonders a little sometimes of I ho manufooturers weren't simply using up scraps. Yet everything has Its reason for being to thotio Mho understand the art of dress, the wild contrnst In color alone being ono of fashion's Infest madnesses Then In the very line of tho linings undrr tho veiled waists On re nrt unnumbered bints One es the same lining, a coarse foulard with crudo colors and patterns, on another icounter, but bow different It looks (when the veiling or chiffon Is over IL The colors are soft on. id or entirely changed, the pattern beautifully 'blurred, dimmed, mndo the mysterious symphony It should be Instead of the bard board of geometrical arabesques ttt once was Tho eiccptlon In such cans, whom a thin goods Is put over patterned lining. Is with tho checked doublings These show tho exact pnt tern through, but slnco a check when veiled l very smart tho reeult Is charming Homo of tho ready made fancy lilouses aro Incredibly clnap. one showing chiffon In various dell-ca- t tints over thin silk linings with big flowers These, have silver nnd gilt tinsel )okes nnd sleeve edge the ahspo of tho waist on tho kimono or , do-lg- By taking Lydia H. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Tbo follow liifj letter from Mrs. limy lie mill camo liomn hiifferln orsi) tliiin before. Ileri' Is Iter own statement. Iiw I'au. Mich. -- "Two iars neo I I'inkhain'H Vegetable ('iiiimiiiii. Mix wits I on rucehs in I lie hospital K. amlded by taking J.jdla d''F -..-, .-- rr I i3t3JG St. Louis Furnishing Co. Incorporated I M , . Ll.a.aBlsaBtt'WBaaaVBt laaaaaMaaaafaissMtmi "A' '?' j ' 1 suffered tf severely wild n IIh. piMCcllM'lll. rouiit not Ih' on my feet for lonjr time. My i lilixicl;ui tre.iteil Vjljt' '5 "tjf me fur seven months it much relief n andlumtlast Kent mo nt 1 J to Ann Arbor fur mi oMTatimi I was M-r- 'in tfesaaoa 'MMtW i aaaat aaW iaaaaaaaa w!i; Z3T BKfGtf&T Qmjf aVHHBHMMaBBBtfv taWn lir T 1 I I im H bbbbbbV Our stock of Coffins and Caskets " I wwmM jwra warn caine dome sulTeruiK worse than My iiiolher ndilsed tin. f "i lri i.jiiiii .j I i ili H Veireln hie I'minimim! l.. I'lllMi.'Ull and I did Today I aiuwcllandiitroiig and do nil my own housework. I owe my health to I.ydi.i K. 1'inkliain'M Vegetable ComHiiiud and advise my friends who are nlllicled wild any feiii.iln roiiiilaint to try It."- - Mri u n.i.i. I!(M h, IL It No.fi. I'aw 'aw, Michigan. If yiuiare ill do not drag alnm; until auoeratiiii Uiieees;iry, but at mice take I.jdla K. l'lnkli.uii'a Vegetable mil llierefourweeksaiid I .Jm 8ji;g,SiB I Wm- mfim, 'm I MbbbbbV iiiii-- , W9n VatV VsaaaHHWBHHMBBBMBMBsMaV 3 r.Tfj-yZ7 ej' M vsm B K Ml IHB SB MM "aaB sisk akfBM H0 VH LW iN 9HI0 ' BMRMfK bbbbH mk SSaT Su H Our New Hearse is here. I I I I H R ?: cas ornigKt answered promptly, day Day Sv w ' iaS 'AcJffiw U I Fmtt&jm ' M phne n- - 84 ' Nisht Phone No-- 7 ComiMitind d.ird Nxtlveh reM.iritl I he beallli of thou sands of woimn. Wdydon'tjotitr) it l'r lldrtv years It das Iwen tlie stan for women's Ilk ami b.i "aBBBBBBBBBBBBWBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBal It LMaBBBBBaKTln M JPMhaisMLBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBtt C7, BHHBsaMaair ? riFV S WKT?MHBk 'Vj.aBaaRBwbBaaaavwriElKaas tiaMBWaaawaaaBlavhK.. ' V V&TfX ViflHHHV BBBBasWJP!ftaBBBBBBBi WRIGHT'S Hand - Made Harness aJU$l&VtvM- - Dahnkc's A Cream Dread phone 74. alaaaaiaaaaaaawSBaWatsa'fc useless tiling Is always a burden Toombs EEit6Iien D II lSBINET u no unUllif olod S Tho biooest electric valve ever built was constructed recently at Indian Orchard, Mais. It and two others were designed to control th water that drives the hydraulic turbines of 12,000 horse power each at tho Niagara Falls station of the Ontario power company. The valves are nine feet In diameter and weigh 65 tons apiece. Each Is operated by an alternstlnn. cur-rent sieiit Friday in Union - electric motor, three minutes being required to raise or lower the gates. No Danger III. Ill- ifll th sod It push away tli And slta to Qutl. II tnuls In In taking Dr. Dell's for coughs and colds. It habit producing drugs. Ixok for tho Doll on tho Dottle. 8 Wo have somo new things in o this season. Hickman Kuril I contains no lure Co. fur-nltur- w One little beauty of a faded nnd yet dssptsh bluo had rod roses and green leaves In tho lining nnd a sort of purplo embroidery with tlnsol touches on the front Other waists In tho Home design wore In ovory color Imnglnablo, Uio embroidery matching or contrasting, and tho universal prlco was just five dollars. Tbo bodlcoa nro for wear1 with tho smarter coat suits of cloth or velvet and for house use, Thoy look best when matching the skirt or suit at somo point, and of courso thoy would be Intensely vulgar If relegated wear In fact, tho fancy to every-dabod I oo signifies some eloganco in tho get-up- , though a veiled waist In n dark color -- matching tbo dns without much trimming may tm used with n very plnln frock. Tho Illustration shows a seml-shlr- t wnlst stylo that Is ns sultnblo for a mlddloHgud womnn as a young Indy If tho sleeves are mndo wrist length for tho oldor.wenror. Crepo do chlno, foulard, nlpnca, cashmere and flannel aro sullablo textures, nnd with the trimming modified tho design Is qulto possible for linen, mndrns nnd pongeo or other wash shirtings. As pictured, tho waist Is part of a dress of dim green cachemlro de solo with n trimming of black satin. For tho uldorly wearer tho wwlst can be closed nt tho sldo front, tho bnck openings seeming a little too foolish for thnso nbovo a MARY DEAN. certain ngo. dsr, and a contrasting embroidery In oosrso floss and tlnsol at tbo front. Pork Dishes for Chilly Days. Wo need flit to kocp tho body heat during the winter mnnUis, and it la in tho chilly days when tho body Is mora nctlro that it is ablo to dlKt tho heartier monts. SiMirvrlba With Apple. Place spare-rib- s in a baklDK pan, season well nnd over Uiom lay a Inyor or sliced apples, sprinkle with bread crumbs nnd bake . as usual. If the price of pork keeps up t will drlvo tho small farmer to rnlsliiK his pork and rorlvlng; the fnst pass-Itu- t pork barrel. There lire, so many nice appotizlng dishes which one may pruparu with a llttlo salt pork beside the old methods of fried and bolkd pork. A most tasty salad mny be msdo using Uireo slices of salt pork cut in dice and fried brown. Pour this over chopped cabbage and onion, season well with salt and add a quarter of a cup of bolllns; hot vlnrfcnr. Ttds salad onco mndn will often bo repeated, for It is a genera! favorite. This pork dressing may lie used over lettuce and onion or early In the year over fresh dandelion greens Cold roost pork ia nearly as dainty aa roast chicken, if well roasted To roast, put tho meat into a very hot oven at first, to sear ovor tho outsldo and keop In tho Juices, thon lower the heat and cook slowly until woll dona. Pork should never bo served under done, as trichina may be present or even tuberculosis. Pork cake is n most doslrable one to make when butter Ih high. Uso a cup of c ho pied salt pork for the shortening. Dried apple soaked over night and chopped, spices and moloHses added with sugar will take tho placa of more cxpunslvo fruit Such a cake Is not only good, but keeps well. In nn emergency a most appetizing den-so-rt may bo mado from It. Cut n few slices of the cake and steam thetn until soft nnd woll heated through. Servo with an egg sauco of.egg, hot milk, sugnr and flavoring or n cooked sauce of a tablenpoonful each of butter and flour, half a sup of sugnr, a few gratings of nutmeg, a half cup of boiling wntor and a fow tnblespoonfula of vinegar Pork frylngs may bo used in splco cake In place of butter or In ginger bread, making it mora dollcato than, when butter Is used. This Is "wall paper" time. Let us show you the prettiest lino )ou ever saw. Kelho & Krench. Nothing better at any price. Made in Hickman. No paper or rotten leather used. See them at It is said Uiat "money talka." It may, in a wiiy but wo would vory in u cl i dlnllko to havo a ragged ten dollar bill relate its exnerienco to our (laughters. Misses May mo and lizzie Pickett and lruno Iloowlslicr returned to thoir borne near Dorcnn after spend Dig a fow days with Mr. and Mrs C T. IMckett. and woro accompanied homo by Miss Folrenco Cbotoster, of Hickman Harness Co. WARNING! Parties having wiring done, or mak- this city. 4 on ing any chauges In tholr wiring, must huo a permit from this company, In order that our records will show the consumption. Tho reason for this Is obvious, ns we havo transformers that reduce, tho current, and to overload ono of theso will mean a burn-out- , entailing a loss to this company. Any electrician tapping our lines oi making a change, without a permit, will bo immediately to tbo fullest extent of the law. HICKMAN ICti & COAL CO.. J. T. Dillon, Mgr. pro-cutod rl lo CAIRO, ILLS. JULY 4-- 5 Most stupendous celebration ever attempted in this section will be given by the Cairo Retail Merchants' Association, at Cairo, Illinois, July 4th and 5th, 1011. WS$L I DIDNT. Primary election n'oxt Saturday. I.lfio Oman was bono from Tipton-vtlle, Saturday. Contractor McClavy Memphis, Monday. rotiirnod from GLENN H. CURTISS The world renowned aviator, will make two flights each day in one of his famous biplanes. Ilefrlgeralors that will keep Ice for $12. Hickman Furniture Co. Dahnkc's Cream Dread received dally at Mnthouy Dros. & Plant. Don't forget wo havo the best lino of malrcHaea. Illckmnn Furniture Co Jiomo. Furls NaUeli tins a now hoy at his Tho youngster arrived Friday night. u Magnificent Fire Works Display Night of July 4th, at cost of thousands of dollars. Nine immense barges moored in Ohio River will serve as a platform from which Free Display will be shown. Miss Fmnoco Parks, of Fayottovllla, Toiui., Is tlio guest of Mrs. H. H. Hill-sotliis wcok. Mrs. A. T. Henry, of Now Madrid, fllo., is' visiting her father, C. E. Ilea-vt- a and family. Goo. D. Armitngo, foreman of tho Courier, loaves tonight for Milwaukee Wis., to visit his son. DR. 1 0. LOHGHECKER o Chicago Do You Get The Dest. If you havo Prof. WltUnau loft Tuosday for croup or any Uiront or brouohlnl Union City and other points, where ho and uso Dr. Dell'B trouble you do. Look for tho Dull on will glvo poiuo recitals. College 1893. 8 thu Dottle. Tllio mother wlio will press her errOffice at Sieve StnhrS Livery Ham ing boy to hor bobomwhon tho world r BOTH PHONES rovllcs is tho greatest horolno on CTMn Furiu.n, of tho nt Union City, Is spondlng a towuaya oartli. Residence Phone, Cumb. 194 with hid parent in Ilickinan. Mrs. J. W. rurcoll lias returned to Mra. Martha Darrott, of Indlanopoll lior homo in Warren, Ark , after n Calls promptly answered night or Ind , Is visiting her son, H. O. Dar- plewiant visit with E. Dottcrsworth and family. rott and family. day. Satisfaction guaranteed. a cough, cold, asthma, Numerous Side Attractions Professional League Baseball Games, both days. rades. Steamboat excursions. Band Concerts. Automobile pa- Graduate Vet. Ncws-Danno- Special Rates on all Boats and Railroads. fe i4l- r- JUa4ar Giving UMMMMrtifl-U;u;.. t T T" T B " S Courier's Weekly Sermon j The -lV ly I'AhTiUl lU'HHKM.-- y PASTOR tjj Ey. Lump Coal X33XjX7-1UTU3 The Everything' You Want RUSSEILS SPECIAL TRAIN Baby a "Bath I HI v- gr fVai ! lvafc-"i Jb-- , 3D J HIS ADDRESS Tt KKE SIUDENTS Zionism the Hope A ihe World, Two Zlom and Two Clatiei of Zionists, but All Parts of th Great Arrangement For the Ulening of the World and Its Uplift From Sin. Degradation and Death, Is Pas-to- r Russell's View. Dl-vl- 4.50 4Sn Let mc save you money on your coal. Grocery Snow Flake Flour. Best Meats in the city, fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. in a handsome, warm bath room is the event of the day. If you have the baby we'll supply the bath room and heat. And you ought to .have such a room, baby or no baby. It will not cost too much if you have us do the plumbing. We'll put in the tub, toilet and heater for much less than you probably imagine. STEVE PHONES STAHR BOTH ever) weight imd oory liescttlug sin. emit should strive to uuiLe his "cnlllng und election sure" to u place In the Kingdom of MesHeavenly '.Ion-t- ho siah II will 1n from this Mt. .Ion. the spiritual Kingdom of Messiah, that tho Lint will go forth during the thousand years f (ho Messlnnlc relgu, the great Judge and Uiw glerof the world will he the glorllleil Redeemer, and Ills ussiK'liiten lu Ills various o 111 res of Prophet Priest. King. Judge and Mediator, will ho the faithful Zionists of the present time who follow In the stes of their INsleemer, delighting to lay down their lives for tho Truth's suku and for the brethren's sale. In with tho great Cnptalu of their salvation, through tho merit of IIU Imputed righteousness. The Word From Jerusalem. As mmici at Mt 'km. the Kingdom, shall he eoiiipletisl U) Ihe glorlflintlon of the last iiioiiiImt ut the Chun h. It will ! lime for Ihe l.ttw In gu forth IherelnHii 'or Ihe corn vl Ion of the world's atlMlrM In r1ahtisH(,siiess for the overthrow of evorj form of hiiijui ty hih! eU'O thing nmtntr) lullieGold eu ItulM in other wtmls wlu-- tin Kingdom i (Ms hIhOI Imve Iss-l.ni : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. a;m:tyler ArNsw Will practice in all Courts of the State. lMMl3MM"U Knowing Cerlao Both Phones Mo. 73 BhinosWorth duced on many hats and gowns. Dross linen In laco striped effects isj 5 new among the llnona aad cottons. Llnon and mouBsellne In the striped patterns will be used for blouses. Pretty belts are made of gold rlb- bon, worked with ribbon embroidery Streot suits of fine French dark blue Berge are having a tremendous Togue. all more or less trimmed with fancy' narrow and wide braids, soutache and rat tail, not to mention buttons and button loops, as well as qullllnrs and pipings of satin. The many shell combs and pins which have been so fashionable in the past are not seen now. Hands are, of course, the newest hair ornaments, but they are much narrower, and, when becoming, are plaoed well to the front and close to the bead. Is the note of color Intro--' I Francisco, San Cat., Juno 25. Pas tor lluuell mldrom ed InrKc audience twlco today at the Golden Gate. He n (Id res sod a cou ventlou of tho "In trruntlonal It 1 I o SSSfglsCeLtj Students Associa tion" In session bore lie has boon mating n aort of continental tour, Including lndlnnitx IU, St IiuK Kmisn-- t City, Pueblo, Col orado Sprit)-- , Doiimt. Salt Ijiko City, PiiKiuIunn unit Santa AnKulu t Cruz. In nil tliosu cities loon I hrunclici of the "1 It. HA" hutted hlui and miidi) nrniUKoinunls for public nd dre-wtA train load of Utble Students nro ultli him about one r w 1 bun-dro- Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74 I HICKMAN MARBLE Huee.Mr to i WORKS , KHTAItl IMIIPI' K'u TOM DILLON. Sr II CI lliiuiumw Prop. Urrrs.wt ntid lift In nil. .Mot'tlnjrt nre to Imj held returning nt Sacramento, Portland. TacoiiM, I I Seattle. Vancouver, Cnlpiry, Wlnnl-kk- . Duliith. Iluffalo and Toronto. The scheme- W a tun el nud a benoro-leu- t . one; for surely whtit lie has unMii-i- i iij ini isn lire wik i. i dertaken mid li carrying out la. not a hi lite IHvIh srmMHvmelit of tills g . ;! Office with lazy iiiun'H burden. fiHiliHllh ihMt Klwinluui will wine Int.. I ;t Judge B. T. Davis ltitit-- i ..ftti tiM- - ivfii hi riKiiitstu.iM- -' Th Earthly Zlonltm. rill heglu l Speaking from the text "The Zhmlsm hwohrxI the Jews lodn) ru forth from ML .Ion and the IIm- - ltnl Is stirring e ui u liit.' Lord from Jerusalem" Word of IsniW for the tvretwrstloB or declared irreil Ittes-dn- g 'Nil lali II. 3 1. I'nntor wlileb wi s9H will hr at ttmt t'lirlxtliitis bad luadiertcntly tuU llielr dtMir As Ihe) beglH lo many ttieiiiHvlves pniirliitiil to Ihe liid of I'Mmlse. the iroinlMM of the Scriptures which aro rl h . KELLY immil ms Ih mHiiootlou with ihat lint wholly their. Christian envds Mid miiel issoHie thwlix and the In mid theories bare surmUrtl thnt Attorney t-Law pimiloii of ll.M4 pniwlxw will lend through the rojei'tlon of Jesus, all Hielr lasiriM latek lo ihe l.onl In pm) Jews dyliiK In unbelief of Messiah er hihI HiiitiMtafi mid will lead tho Clinton, Kentucky uero foreordained to an eternity of feet of n represeutatlve Onttlenlh of ttt ft" CMsttMih. of that unlellcf in the iiiuulMtr of them bnrL to the laud torture Only Name to whhii the linl declared lie . Oriental Effects. A more careful study of tbo Olble, ouhl heiiMi shiI ilmi from Among the laces favored by Paris lie dee In ml. Is showing Illblo Students theme lhe "tumid lie (tliirLed up li'i are point de Milan, Flanders, Floren- the error of this position Jews who iwore mi all lEewivmlwr. In this eon tine and torchon. Where Irish crochet: do not arrept Jesus as their Savior HI Pnnra reference to tho Is imd it la in the vonlie patterns. and who do not bocotno follower In New Coennnt ami tl- - time when It As for embroidery, French knots are Ills ntew In the "narrow way" will In wit' gu inin forte with Israel, as n distinctly the thing, whole patterns dissl full of attaining a place with tnrdd In (toman il. 7 -- ASK FOR RATES- being worked out in them. Colored Jerftis They in his Throno of glory embroidery on lingerie waists Is much with wlii full to Nvnmo Jolnt-helr- s seen, Egyptian, Arable, Turkish and W. J. McMURRY Qet the Deat clnrlnus Messianic Kiuc-iloAttornsy-at-LaBalkan effects being aimed at. Open lllm In Ills will Thej fall to become mcni-her- s For all skin troubles, ulcers, ccicnm, embroideries In Madeira and English Office la Davla Building on corner. eyelet styles, of the spiritual Petsl of Abraham, chaps, black beads, pimples nud all ercontinue In favor. The Hickman, Ky. uptions. Dr. English is frequently accentuated by reMKs iIiik whom St Paul said. "If yo balvo and Use get Dells' Antiseptic you the best Wo guar outlining the design with soutache.. he Christ's, then aro ye Abraham's anteo it 2bc a box every w hero 8 OR. K. M. CRUTCHFIELO. No floral patterns are shown, the Sissl hihI iielni ncronllng to tho promoriental effects holdlag the field en-- ise (Onlallnns III. 21)) Oantlat Potato Exploded. tlrely. The Heavenly Zionism. X potato, tho alio of a tea cup, Darldaoa'a ol4 sUad. Phone No. 2. The Zionism of the past eighteen caused extraordinary havoo In a home Hickman, Ky. To Darn Linen. centuries Ihih l)cn of the heavenly In Vancouver, Wih, the other day It tins Imi'ii culling and InspirWhen you aro hemming now table kind whon it exploded In the area of a linen savo the strip you cut off, and, ing to loving zeal, obedience and nc rango and shattered the cast-iroHICKMAN FURNITURE CO. later, when the lineu must bo darned, tltlty such us havo the "hearing ear," rate, blow open tho oven door, and Funeral Directors and Embalmers. pull this strip into threads for the purthe lioinenly calling to Joint heirship causod such a loud report that the pose. with Messiah This glorious privilege maid thinking someone had ahot at Pbose 20, day or night. Is about to end ItecatiHO the full numEnormous Cigarette consumption. her rushed from the houso screaming Hickaiaa, Ky. will soon for help. Tho oxploaion was due to South Africa smokes 650,000,000 ber predestinated of the cigarettes per annum, and well over lime been rompluled Meantime, the the large amount of water In the poTHE ELECTRIC STUDIO tato and to the fact that It was In a 600,000,000 of thorn are retailed in I'listiir mid other of God's coiisivrated Everything In Photography six-cepackets. Evidence to this people should Ik 'lonlsts In the high hot ovon. When the wator waa consomewhat startling effect was given est si use of the word and, lajlng usldo verted to steam, the skin bolng baked - Style, Quality and Prices Right hard, did not broak until tho pressure recently by witnesses possessing speNext to Price Ilouso bocamo tremendous, causing a report cial knowledge before the industries similar to the dlschargo of a' shotgun. commission at Cape Town. The of this enormous consumption of W. F. MONTGOMERY tobacco upon the physical boalth of Undertaker Then Thty Moved In. the population, must bo considerable, Client Defore we decide on the and the Union government Is being Hearse and drivers furnished on house, my husband asked me to earnestly urged to tako the question abort aotlce. If the district is at all unwrites Mrs. Ethel Newlin, up. Tbo Boy Scout movoment is behealthy. of Liberty Center, Ind., encouraged as it is exing greatly Houso Agont Er what Is yourhus pected that It will counteract and uiat I bcrran to t.ikn Cur- WOODLAWN DAIRY band's profession, madam? the spread of tbo habit among dul, for It lias cured me, A. H. Leet, Proprietor. Client He la a physician. the youthful Inhabitants of tbs and I will never forget It Houso Agent Hum er well. I'm The only dairy In 'I cannot praise Cardul afraid truth compels me to admit that Fulton County. too highly for what It did tho district is not too healthy. LonPassed Uncomfortable Nio.ni. for me. Before I began don Opinion To bo forced to stand on his head to take It, I was very all night was tho trying experience The Only Thlno She Could Do. bad color, suffered great which recently befell Charles Stokes, "lly Koodncssl I can't understand pain and weighed only a laborer In Auburn, N. Y. Stokes how sho could give up her child. They 105 pounds. Now I have entored a barn ut night, and In walk aay It has really been adopted by a a good color, do not suffer ing about In tho dark, plunged head family that lives In tho country." and weigh 125 lbs." first Into a grain chute. IDs armi "Yes You sco sho found a flat that 53 pinned to his sldos, and unablt tworo Just suited her, and thoy wouldn't alto movo, ho was forced to Inhale th low children In tho building." 'suffocating grain chaff all night lit was discovered by a companion noil Take We have several fine tracts of , morning who summoned aid. Stokoi The Dest Remedy Bottom Land, below Hickman, I was pulled out and rushed to hospital, I'or all kinds of sor eyoB la Suthor-land'- s ' black In tho faco, but apparently no! for sale, also some West HickKaglo Eye Salve. II la a creamy Tonic seriously hurt snow whltu oiiitmcnl and Would not man lots for half their real Injnro the ejt" of a babo. auarnn-to- d Beware of strong, noxvalue Now is the time to inJf.c g ious, mineral drugs, that vest in real estate in and around sink Into your system, Save a Dollar. like lead to the bottom of Hickman. You can see prices Don t forget to renew your suba basin of water. scription to the Courier. The paper growing. Cardul Is purely vegestops when tho time Is out no SPECIAL OFFER: Th eeElootrlc table and contains no Call on or address me at Studio will mako you a fine 12.00 poisonous minerals, or Hickman. Llfo Slzo Crayon Portrait for only Fly Umo Is hero; got Bcreen doors dangerous drugs. 98c, If you prcuent this coupon before nt Iloynolda Moss & Co. It Is perfectly safe and Business Phone No. 15 July 1st Qroat prlco reductions dur harmless, for use by old ing tills month only. J. M. PULLEN, and vouncr. and mnv h Marble and Granite t Ztloltuivu, IEy. Monuments CTRMNis, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING Hickman, MSBsmJaiaiWipalT5jeJS)a I j Law-shal- Kentucky e Uu-ie- SMITh niH-is-lMl- r Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, It. M. IHI.KIt J. W AI.KXA.MIKH KENTUCKY J.J.aitONriUHANT Uh-bus- Iph-ih- hiuwrroiw lir.J.M. IIUIIIIAIUI OHO.It.TIIUKt.KKI.il T.A. liKlirOHO Business Directory Wc combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and oficr our depositors llie mont lilcml treatment consistent with sound Linking. ni INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS II IIIX'IIANAN. I'rlln II. O IIAMAHK 1 n r Sprinkling i t t t FOR A.l I'Kihlor i A TllnMfMIN. Ciublrr Ird 1011 The sprinkling rate for the seasrTn, beginning May 1st and ending November 1st, 1011, in residence section, is Rates t t t i t ef-fo- ot 50 foot front and under 1 Am 8c for each additional foot 6.00 Glad" Business house rate, each door 6.00 Sprinkling must be done early inthc morning or late in afternoon. Please remember this. This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. t t B. G. Hale Real Estate $ HICKMAN ICE & COAL .CO. $ INCOIII'OIIATKD cv XjUWTOLI -- AT- ,w Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Dr. Bell's For Coughs and Colds. The Woman's LAUNDRY Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Dft. BELL'S Hall SuuU. Co. "boUb It ANTI-PAI- N For Intornal and Extornal Pains. St. LouU Furnlablnfi for lews." Let us flguro on that bill of Iloynolda Mom porntod. Forns & Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices Co.. In cor- - Proprietor. We have It Bt Loala Purnlahiag Namo. Co. aolU It (or laaa. Screen door a and fixture at Rey Address. nolds Moss ft Co. A 'taken, as a tonic, for months, without any possible harmful effect Try 11 FRESH MEATS! o. xx. Phone 4 Tx?y Oxxx' i at II. El. Curlln'a. Mponu Cyprcfls Hhlnelra 1.25 a thousand at mill six miles southwest of HickWator Coolers and Ico Cream Froox man. C. M. Yates Sulnfilo Co. Dl. Loula Furnishing Co. "soils Refrigerators of all klnda. Inm. turn Varattiar O. Hick- - Suit Vorrowiaj u y44t-4i4444)-44- J CfewUr. Free lc WaUr MU.H, Cwlte's.