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The Hickman courier: July 13, 1911 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 hic1911071301_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: July 13, 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. &UgSSzrj- - i J. 0. Stubbs latlnl Building. o.er llrrtrd' More I'lmno No. SI DENTIST THE HieKMHN COURIER. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. A BLUE MARK mana to rounftttr thli mon.b that yonr mb crlptlon ha expired IUnw promptly If jnu wnnt the pper to roinn HEBE advertising is the Team that Pulls tne Commercial Ulaaan up the HiU of Success, no. t VOl.tlML na OI.DHBT rAI'KR IN Wf.BTERN KT.NTUOKT Grease the Rxles of Your Ulagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 13, Ljffoon Bosivorth 1911. WHOLE NO. IN THE E8TABLIBHED aIB TEAR 1NMI Fulton County and the Democratic Primary. State Line Tho Democratic primary, July 1. Hawed off quietly enough In Uils county, Jmlglng from outward npixsir-iiik-iOwing to Uin fact wo printed no paper butt week, tho primary U now n thing of hu .im', we will give only tho winner in Uiu contest, whuai n U' an follows: Tor UnlliMl &prman Frost 24 ' 4: Suites Senator, Olllo M. J unit. For Governor, James II. MeCrmry. For lJuirUiimiit Cowirnor, I'. J. Thos. (3. Ithtn. For Stato For Auditor, llonry M. HiMwnrUi. 1 or SfiUir) ol State, C. F. Cmw Hue Triurr, For Huporlntoiidont of Public Instruction, llnrkwlulu llandott. For CoiiiiiilMthmvr of Agriculture, J. For Clotk Court of Appnb, Hob Uroeiie. For Stiiio RitHitiir from Uils district; we wen- - niln-- l on Ami It i no A Front fault of IViuot'mcy Unit tbo praiint to moro lack nt of affali-- pxUIh Kon up to till Umn, U Im Impos- of liitvnwt on Uit port it our otcm. of sible for tin to gho Uio olliolnl otii Tlie irty in nlrlht, Urt w nwl to in Fultuu county. In fturt. It look ilinip homo of the county orHflnlsntlon. like it may nnver tut known. Hut tut Tim whole tiling ban reacluil that u baaut for Hi" unofflelal ot wgtve point wlicre It Ih n little "Mliaily" to nnd state auditor tin- vmtorlid Laffoou Is Umj 'msehltw" can- pny ! lwit , and iiomIb clarifying bnM done in otbur didate mid Uie Rung's hmcch In tin !HMii and II may havt Ikh-i- i ilone In county may be lUtfOHured by bla ot. Hut no man or rH of inon lliln ohm These figure uro not Ktn om of- Imvt a rtnbt to daltblo In Uio eoro-TtM- n ficial TIiIh dbcll riKbt of UiK lYont U tallmcd by many to Imvw unin biiMlneiMt hIiouIiI Iip Htoip(Hl, curried etory precinct In thu county. of party or color. In one Instance. w are Informal, ot At tblH Um, whllt It cannot bo F'lilion over 100 ciUzvjut lmo nuid claimed a caw of n "lickwl 1ok affidavit tlmt Uioy utod for W. A howling," Uio whole thing kIiouM bo I'ma, and what iloos Uio returns cl.Tin-- up. run! a iuw, clean fUart If this lio true, a tJwiw? 66 vote tnkon In F'ultdn ccninly polltlcH. It e wholitialo steal was made by tlio is not untlinely to roprlnt horo an forc at htiltoit. If not tmo, from tlio Comuicniial App(U on rltt-should be vindicated The only this (tublct of iwuiiliio txJIUaf, whli-l- i way to find out tlio facts Is to ko Inin as folio wmto Uio nuvUif and sift It out Wo nro "11 Is readily oliAorrnbla that Uio 4n favor of sifUiig it. Honest nion con-t(M- Niiuui. will not object otiiarn odRlit to bo punWml Wo bow our opinion of crookoIncBH on kih-I- i (IiIiiuh am not bolHK nblo to Irani from iropor nutliorltlcs Uio uumt-of ok'tUou offlcuni ufUir Uutlr st'lectlon ImUUtiK ImujIc tlio number of votut ut tnliulntliiK rotuniBWUli out n majority of Uio committed, ui prtwcrlbcil by law failure lo nuiko publlo tilt offlvkil rouirns rliiKliw tlio r( In mmrty HiiuxA hiiimIiiI'm nml o iw a prlio pinK whlBky-fowt on All tbbi, or niiiir of It. imiifiimtliiK to rHpwtnblo poopl'1 Th hmtur (Htlrt'iiMlilp of F'ulton county Dboubl mv that n rimime Ih mails Tlio bntirlHr Ib DomooratJc from Jiitul to foot, but oum Ih a different bnunl fmin Umt which In boitiR HiUiel out In Uibi county It Ih not n part of IMnoemlloy for lt followers to knwl to n illrty, tlrunkon Ht of tbtiMH that Ia not llic IVcmoc-rac- y 1 Ixi-om- West Hickman East Hickman Old Hickman. r Cayce Lodgston Sassafras Ridge Madrid Bend West Fulton East Fulton 40 27 31 19 9 9 2 14 44 74 54 27 20 20 40 25 27 32 8 9 17 72 88 65 31 9 2 20 8 32 23 8 280 160 32 23 260 160 protect ngaliiHt political mnchluos be ing made over Uio country nnl effort on belinlf of reform nro making head way will Hoonur or later result In a mdiou! clumgo of our preuont pollUcal nyiHlem. $ HCRg Wife THERE .tr'.i.?' ..- S .: t ; -. C.-- . Z ?. ifi, saSt tUP' -- iHo' 'i&j? ' ppl - Biggest Trunk in the World Dahnke's Cream Dread phono 74. originate Now stock of bolting, all sizes. in Uio cities of tlio country. People in the rural sections follow tbolr po- Hickman Hdw. Co. litico 1iu1th without serious question A M. IMlow Is at Dawson Springs And do not come much Into contaot for n few days rest. with tlio bail result they do ho much Miss airrlo May Hold Is islting to neoiire. Tho ono or two moji In enrii town wQio nro rolled upon, at friends at Dorona Uils week. hendnuarlera. to do tlio party work J II. Plilpiw of Martin, was here usually office It seems to bjj because Uiey nro fond of political nt one day last weok on business. monptioreM. As office has for uch a Mrs. II. U. Johnson left Monday for long Mine boon the reward of political Tullohoma, Tenn., to visit relatives. work, it is looked upon as uulto. tbo Mason fruit Jars half gnllon cr.c a rewilar nnd legltimato Uilng. doien and quarts DOc a dozen. Hick-na"Tho city Ik almost tho only place Hdw. Co. where tlio authority of tlio pollUcal Ho looks to tbo lttodor Is quitJ-ioneMrs. Maggie Ilandlo wont to Pulton, small towns for loyalty to his policies Monday, to visit hor daughter, Mrs. nnd decree, and relies upon thorn to Horace Luton. carry His oml of tho state, In state Don't forget our special offer on oaniKUgns, Just as Uio ward men aro upon to carry thoir wards In SttidoiJakor and Tonneswco wagons. relied Hickman Hdw. Co. ortaln city canuwUgns. Tito iiuuuiglng inon In small towns Call Itogcrs when that nag gets tho aro always In corrosiwnonco wiUi hea- - colic. He guarantees to cure. Doth iiuartore an their work U ono bo quick phones, Hickman, Ky. ly nnd cloerly Una Uio country votor There's only ono tailor In Hickman Is iievor iiuido to fool Uio yoke or led is Uio tool of a corJ jpbono 138 for cleaning and pressilo siwpect lal be ng'. Schmidt;- - Uio Tnilor. nipt cnbal of office holders and office seekers. We are making some sHcIal prices "flood men aro often reproached on all buggies for the casli in order for Uiolr neglect of political duty, (o clean up for our big full trade on elHally as It relates to primary stoves. llicman Hdw. Co. elections. Tbo reply to tills reproach II. C. Amborg returned Friday from Is that no good man can undertake to have nnyUilng to do wlUi Uio prim- a month's visit to Iulsvillo, Nas.li-vlllCincinnati. Chicago, New York aries unless lio belongs Wtbe machine" wlUioul tho loss of JfreHpect and oUier eastern and nortlient points All rtUemjitB to havo anything to do C. K. Acres, of Gray's, Ark., Is visit. with Uioin In Uio way of Influencing Jug his children nnd old Hickman If any iMilloy U useless. Uielr friends. Mr. Acres mys Hickman Is votr doubts this U lilm try. coming to Uio front,' nnd gives tho The machine man does as he is told Ckmrler credit boosting nt headquarters nnd that is all there Mr. Acres has for a lot of boon a reader of this is .to it. paper for 10 years and here's hoping Tliie machine politician has a con--ti ho lives to rood it 40 years moro. ho denominates reform init for what or HeiiUmontnl ikiIIUcs. If a man Wo nro Informed that Mrs W. II. permits oliJier moral or sentimental Trens, of near town, suffered n strok conMkleratloiiH to entor into his mo ot pamlytds laht Wedncmlny and is .tltes or polltluil actions he luut done In n dangerous condition. The left all that Is niMjessary to arouse the sldo was affected Several physicians Biisplolon of tho norai;o party liavo liecn at her bedside almost conPower and office are wltu stantly Nlnce Wednesday Wo trust itln jiiacblne men nro always tills good lady will r'cocr ientiiiieut and principle aro geiiernll) in Uielr wny " ikt r M&mmmm tHsvL'WiSH 'Tbo present movemontfl gt n Ollie M. James, Our Next U. S. Senator. BACKACHE IS A WARNING solo Foster Mllbui-- Co., Buffalo, N. Y.. agents for the United Slates. Doan's and Remember the name Hickman People Should Not Neglect Laka no oUisr. Their Kidneys. Dacknclie Is nature's most frequont signal of sick or weakened kidneys. To euro the pains and aches, to UiOj.l3niojC8tv.ynu must renrjtho cause Uio kidneys. If you hnvoiain through Uio small of your back, urinary disorders, headaches, dizzy spells, or aro nervous and deproswd, start treating tlie kidneys wiUi a tested kidney remedy. Tlie slightest symptom of kidney trouble may bo nature's warning of approaching dropsy, or fatal D rig hl's disease. Doom's Kidney Pills should bo used at tlie first sign of disorder Dean's Kidney Pills aro asccially for sick kidneys have boon curing kidney trouble for ocr 75 years Head Fiust Hickman testimony. A. J. Hunzlker, Hast Hickman, Ky., says: "I cannot say too much In pmiso of Doan's Kidney Pills as thoy lind a wonderful effect tioti mo. I suffered for some years from attacks of kidney trouble and at times thorn wns n dull ache across tho small of my back, which made mo miserable. A short time ago I procurid Doan's Kidney Pills at Helm & Klllson's Drug Store and througli their use found enUro rolief from my troubles." For salo by nil dealers. Price COc. Mrs. M. E. Rose spent last week town. In; -- ing her Mrs. J. D. Phlpps, ot Martin Is visit pon, Mr. I'Jilpps and wife. Jolin Hariier spent last week WlUi Mrs. J. M. Hoper near Stnto Line Miss lies Choatn is vlsiUng Miss Deatrico Coriim In Greenfield, Te'nn. Mrs. Dollo Williams lias returned from a visit to rrionds In Tiptonvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shaw and family visited J. It. Drown and family Sunday. clear-Jiende- d farm, on Troy road, Flno for salo at a bargain. Write or seo U It. E. Polk or M. D. Shaw. Cypress Shingles $1.25 a thousand at mill six miles Bouthwest of Hickman. C. M. Yates Shingle Co. t ' Misses Knto Watson Deckhamnnd Kathleen Wells, or Union City, are tlio guests ,of Miss Tholma Dalt7er poll-(tltia- n turned Friday from Macon, afU-rai.- d Mrs. Anna Podds and children reMiss wtliere she had been visiting friends for two weeks , The photograph herewith produced depicts the largest trunk In the world, recently on exhibition In Fargo, N. D. Its extraordinary dimensions may be observed by a comparison with the man standing beside It. Thla trunk, which later on la to be used as a seaside camp, Is 18 feet long, 10V4 feet high and the same In width. In making It there was used 1,620 feet of timber and leather, 600 bolts of canvas, 20 bars of Iron, 00 yards of lining, 64 pounds of nails and 10 gallons of paint The Greatest SOCK Yet g, ! ! to get You don't have to buy socks as thick as fire-hos- e the greatest wear, any more. There is a fine, snug-fittinthin sock that will outwear them all, thanks to the wonder g qualities of ,the ful, wear-resistin- The above editorial Is adapt able to tlio HltiiaUoii In our aiunty, ami eon tains moot for Uiought. alio punx"' of nomocracy is loht In the process iLS4sl Iiioli primary finds us deiper In tlio mlro nnd more nt the mercy of iHiUUcal nmplrett, who eschew no inetlKMl tliot will help them gain Oioir selfLsh ends. Thoso tnotics aro dally nildlng strength to Uio Kepl-Hurnuks. Harmony will novor and should never prevail so long as wo have po litical demagogues who will buy, ueg stoJc borrow or steal au olectlou-loc- k, and barrel. SUngs or bites of Insects Uiat are followed by swellings, pain" or Itching should bo treated prolimily as iney aro poisonous. lUIJUlM SNOW countoraots tlio jiolboii It Is both uutlsepUc and healing Prico 25c 1 00 per botUo. Sold by Hick, COc and I man Drug Co. LINI-JIIJN- Your Suit Needs a Rest !ts vacation time for that suit of yours. Give it a rest and alternate it with one of these sale suits. The best style and fit and summer comfort at better values than you've seen before. Here they are. $18.50 to $22.50 Hart SchafTner & Marx BOYS CLOTHING $7.50 and 8.50 Knickerbocker top trousers, at $5 fine suits at No 9hkx, TOE-HE- EL WH. m $15 to $18 suits, peg No Holes Darning . .. Shaw and Miss Jcimlo Mrs. Matsou aro visiting In Memphis. Nothing better than Dalino's Cream y Dread, recehed fresh dally by & Plant. Dros. t, $15 to $16.50 suits for men and young men at $12.50 $13.50 and 2.50 suits you never saw better for the money at $10 1 $5 4.50 6.50 Knickerbocker suits, all wool Knickerbocker suits, an extra value, urr at 3.50 Knickerbocker suits at $4 $2.75 The DIFFERENCE is not of mere name, but in MANUsock in all weights. FACTURE. A perfect silk-lustr- $10 suits at $8 Per-manen- e brilliant colors. Certainly astonishing for 25c. Mjs. J. M. Iloper and clilldrcn, of Stuto Uno spent Sunday with Airs. J. II. Drown and family. lUchard ProUier and wife, of Dlytiie-villArk., aro vlslUng his parents, Mr and Mrs. Tom PraUior, Sr., near Woodland. Smith & Amberg . f SMITH & cAMBERG AfgljjtOftfc W fUX 4 ...A mi' Mr Kv"- - sLx- - .ssmsaEBka TTYTTTTYWVYYYTTTVYYTTTTH ODD FACTS ABOUT DUST. Dust would not bo poeBtblo wero It not for tha fact that matter Is nlniost Indefinitely divisible. It has been estimated that an average puff of smoke from a cigarette contains about four thousand millions of partlclos of dust. A slnglo grain of Indigo will give color to a ton of water; of course. Bays Popular Mechanics, every drop of this water must contain an Immense number of ultramtcrosooplo particles of Indtgo. A few grains of fluorescein, a derived from cool tar, will a distinct ftuoresccnoe, shining with a yellowish groon light when strongly Illuminated, In a hundred tons of water. To produce this rosult the fluorescein must be divided Into countless billions of particles. Ercry conceivable substance enters Into the composition of dust. In atroet dust may be found bits of Iron and steel from tho tires of wagons, horseshoes and the nails of our own shoes, bits of leather from harness, fragments of wood, cotton, silk, stono, gold, silver, clothing, wool, hair, animal excreta, various ores, tin, pepor, clay, sand, molds, bacteria In fact, everything uador the sun. sub-Btanpro-duc- o Happenings of Interest That Are Worth Preserving. How Oyster Beds Are Renovated Somewhat Remarkable System of Voting In Australia Creation of Phantom Shapes. F. E. CASE & SON Stapl e ant If SCREEN DOORS Fancy Groceries saWatsMBMHHaaVsVMmc s. II II New Stock New Patterns II I Low Prices Buy Now GANDER LIKE MARY'S LAMB evening of Lint w ok, Hcndrlx entertained a larK' number of joung frlonda at n party nt tlmir homo throe mile south of llicknmn The young people from town wore Klwn a liny ride out and lock The large lawn was covered with cozy wats and Illuminated with Japnnet-- e lattterns, and tho evening waa very pluamntly spent. There wnst a largo number In attendance CONCERNING MEERSCHAUM from Wodland und tlut biiroundlng The valuable material from which country and n largo number from meerschaum pipes are made ts con- town. Cream and oako vtre nervd tinually getting scarcer and the large. There were about sixty gueMta present Industry which has flourished In Vienna, Dudapeat, Nuremberg, Paris and, Mr and Jim. Jerry Malonu, Mrs la the Thuringian town of Ituhla ii Monro and Mlm Mary IV.fr mien ems endangered. The manufacture ore upending a few days nt Ikiweoii of meerschaum pipes Is much more important than Is generally supposed. Springs The town of Ituhla alone has been exporting In round figures irfpcs to the ralue of about $1,600,000 annually. The finest grade of meerschaum Is round near In Anatolia, lAsla Minor, In a hollow which In early days was a lake In which the meerschaum waa precipitated. Mesrschaum Is also found In other places. Including Thebes, Egypt, the Bosnian mountains, In the neighborhood of Orubschltz, and Nuendorff In Moravia, and In some sections of Spain and iPortagal. On Friday gander that Pete, the Kathleen Is the pet of of Montclalr, N J, like Mary's lamb followed his mlstross to school the other day, and the presence of the bird at the educationnl Institution afforded tho pupils an Interesting nature study subject, UndotecteJ, he managed to escape, and ovortook his mistress on her way to school after a few rapid flights. Kathleen has a record at tho school for good attendance, but with the class hour only flvo minutes off and Pete on her hands It looked as If she might have one black mark checked against her Tho alternative was to take Pete along, and this tho girl did She explained the situation to her teacher, and Pete was Invited Inside the class room, and before studies began ho waa put through mnny of his tricks. The pupils would have been delighted to have had Pete remain for the entire morning session, nut his presence would have been demoralizing to study, so the girl was excused until she took her pot home W. A. Dodds J T I'trklna wrw hero two days last Week Oil Mlas tILsllii-Hi The largest known shell heap, conHardware, Glnssware and taining millions of shells, Is tho property of a New Haven company. Tinware Such shells are far from being uo-lesAccording to the Strand they are one of the most Important ad- Standard Gas Engine Oil juncts of the oyster Industry Unless the spawn of the oyster have some Free Delivery clean, smooth surface upon which to attach themselves thoy die. for thoy Phone 183 are very dollcatw In the tlrst few days bods 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA of thotr eilatenco and require as clean and awcot as do the most delicate human babies It Is whllo tho shells arc piled up In these great mountains that thny are cleaned and freed from everything In I the way of dirt and bits of adhering oystor eyes, by tho air. rain and sunCool and Refreshing shine. Whan the cleaning process Is finished they are loaded upon steam dredges and scows and then are IO TO towed out to tho bods and carefully up rend over the bottom ready for the set. as the filing of the spawn to Cowgill's Drug Store their surfaces Is railed. After thoy have served their purpose for one season's crop they are taken up and brought back, to be where you will find every again piled and cleaned. thinj; usually served at a lirsl-clat- s Soda Fountain ABSENT VOTING IN AUSTRALIA. f. VK ..,.S lKimsrl& Aifrtl Mtlunlel was h- -n hint n-- Amtt .k -n Sunday Mollte IWmriR' H.-n- t In Union Oty with home folks Terrell Sullivan attended the tion Fllntirn in Mayflld Friday. W. Avia- Jak Ittuwu-H- . of day hen- - kvt week rrmm. Mrs N J Cook in vtoMng iu Pulton for a week or no. J. Landing and was here couple of days I,tui onme up from Craig's 8 M. Nnlfeh and wife vWted in Canton ami Oilro hint wwk. J.ut wuek. Herbert Sullivan, wlwi lm betfi hunt to 3 a thousand oa for the pal two wevks, returned to 8vo from your shingles by buying direct from May fluid lia week mill. C. M. YaUs BklagU Co. Htoltz of Sturgeon. Mo Mlia ftt.-lland fnmlly. J T lUllon May White and Cora Ilerry. II C ll.irr.-lltaws of WoodLind, nnd tlielr visitor Mlaa and family. Fnl Waterman of (Idea I.iirtlc Fmthendnn. of New Orleans K, Mr and Mrs J C Sexton, and IrdttMl M1m) Dottle Davidson a W 0 SMrHMnt Thursday on llwl Inst week foot Nike 1 n fin-day- The Australian commonwealth, like Is divided into states, with election subdlatrtcla lly onn mot hod for absent voting thn elector Is permitted to cast his bnl lot at any polling place within the state or district for which ho la regis-ten- l on making a simple declaration that his name la enrolled on thn records of one of thn polling places with In that atato or district Thn second method of absent voting Is by mall An elector who has reason to bllnvo that during thn poll Ing hours of an impending election day be will not bo nearer than fire milefl to the polling place at which he la registered, on application may receive a poatal vote certificate and a poita! ballot paper With tpeao he may at any time on election day present hlmsnlf be torn any government o nicer or emptoyon at any place la the commonwealth and fa his presence mark the ballot, lie will then deliver the marked ballot to the gov mraenl officer or employee, having first put tt In a sealed envelope, and the latter will malt it to thn electoral oRlclals or tho district for which thn volar is enrolled. The ballot so sent will be counted when received by the electoral officials In the same manner aa If It bad been regularly and personally cast at tho polling place. the I'ntted States, Mln some of the sweet things in life, tint don't misi the pleasures of a box of "Hcujler's Candy " For file at Cowgill's Drug Store Rules for Sprinkling. The folio It ordinance is publish id for the buuefll of puntoi atcr In sprinkling; using SEEINQ QH08T8. Eskl-Scheli- 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 CROSSBOW OF THE FILIPINO M SBJSjH Ifcf fc Wf The arrow gun here photographed U used by certain savage tribes In the of tho Philippines. The Klerior hurl bamboo arrows, whoso (tips aro painted with poison, for sev feral hundred yards. Many American iBoJdlera have lost their Uvea from .'wounds received from these arrows, which are usually flred from ambush jln tree tops and branches. (FREAKS OF ELECTRIC STORM During a recent storm which swept lightning caused many startling accidents. A young girl. Belle Melville, (had a rather unpleasant experience. The lightning struck a glass jet neck-lawhich she had in her hands and jajso dislodged the hairpins from her alr. She was stunned for some time and suffered considerably from shock. A somewhat similar experience befel Miss Grace Qerrard. The young lady went out of doors with on opened box of matches In her hand. The wholo of the matches becamo Ignited and severely Injured. her bond brer Wyalony, Australia, flashes of c, 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. A morbid condition of the organ of sense or of tho mind, aggrnvatnd by a morbid state of tho organlamaa under the influence of drink, opium or do llrlum. Is sufficient to invest our mental conceptions with phantom shape Our thoughts vary, according to tho violence of our emotions, from faint mental pictures to vivid and almost corporal apparitions. Thn strength of these sensational Influences la naturally proportionate to the susceptlbll- y of the nervous organism, A consideration of these facta in conjunction with the acknowledged nouro-jathl- o tendencies of genius seems to Illumine many of tho mysterious with which tho names of great men and women are associated. The hallucinations of Mahomot and of I'liKAHM UK OOVKIINICI) ACCORD Joan of Arc, tho appenranco of his dying wife to Dr. Donno In Paris and INUliY. Luther's discomfiture of the devil by HICKMAN 1CU A. COM. CO.. summary contusion with a mlaatlo Ink J. T. DHioB. Mar. bottle, to mention but few Instsnccs, brosalcally resolvo Into cases of abSee Our Agent normal sensibility of the nervous system. Who would loam with surprise that Lucretius, Hawthorne or Emily ronte saw ghosts? It should rather an occasion for wonder that genius for high grade Is ever froo from tho visitations of specters. HUI.K3 and HKOUUVTION8 OOV KltNINU WATKIl and Kl.KCTIW MOUTH: Bee 10. Huso for sprink shall ling front are ax and sldo-alk- a b UMid only from the 1st of May to Uio 1st of November, from 7 to 9 o'clock tu the morning, from 1 to 2 In tho afleruoou, and from C to 8 Hprlnkllug o clock Iu Ui evening. trout, uuit bo confined to ouu's and not eileuU beyond tho middle of ltklu rates lliu street, and to be noixle, must bo only through l the uao of a larger noisle will tho party ualog it to double rntea Uso of a hose without uoxile la pro(lardeu (lawn or yard) hibited, .Sprinkling Is one thing. Street H prink llug Is auolhur, and both must not be Indulged In uulons both are paid for according to rates." The foregoing speaks for Itself and It U nutdleaa to say that what was good for the city is good enough for us. on u sub-Joe- Saad Salamy iyi && MslSmi- STEAM ROLLER ON RAMPAGE. s. Wo have a tew Hickman Souvenir Envelopes left. Tho sot of three shows 16 views. You can got them at 10c a packago (24 envelopes), at this office while thoy loot. They are Just as cheap as blank ones, and are the thing to Bend your friend away BRADLEY & PARHAM and hns been so named ever slnco tho aays or mo itomnns, but thoso who introduced Christianity Into these Founders, Colic, Bots Ring Bone, Bone Spavin ' ROMANTIC WI8HINQ WELL. Curb, Fistula, Pole Evil Near Roston Spa. In Yorkshire,! England, there Is n Weak Eyes, Sharbon "wishing! well." which is nrobnblr nothing .1J and Lockjaw. than a survival of pagan Tho nlacn Is enllort nt. iroUn'u itru I own my hospital and am ready tree-worshi- sconee vnn wit nessed In Folkestone, England, the other momlng. A steam roller and denly got out of control, and being on a steep incline nt tlie time, began to run down with erent sonnd Tkn driver John Illackmnn, tried to stop trie engine nut In vain. Ho thon yelled to tho people nhond, nnd they fled In nil directions, with tho exception of one lltllo girl, who stood still,, pnrnlyrcil with fnnr With a doapor--' nte effort tho drher mnnnged to steer pant her Tho onglno then mounted on to tho pavement, touring up nndl niHldng the curb, nnd crashod into he Knst KVnt Arms Inn. Tho wall! nn trucked nrroan, and Insldo the r counter wnn shifted bodily. Thoi dilver, Jumping off Just an the col-- j Union occurred, escaped with only al sevore slinking. Rxtraordlnarr GOAL OIL and GASOLINE Lowest prices and prompt delivery. Absolutely uniform. Olvo TJ 4v Trial LOOK! INDIAN REFINING CO. EVANSVILLE LOOK! I furnish my medicines and guarantee a cure in... XI O til j riOMO from HWlrmiB. ,.. For norch furniture, thn Illckmnn Furniture Co. to Uw ykao. li.R. ROGtRS,Vctcr.narian HICKMAN, KY. 'H. A ?t Ky, State Notes. m I'f-Frankfort Arrangements for lli trip of Prctddunt Tuft to Kentucky on October 2C, to Uedlcnto tho Lincoln Momorlnl hall at Ilodgouvlllo,' wero completed by Oov. Wlllson, who telegraphed tho president that the connection would permit of him comliiK to Kentucky nnd also keeping nn appointment In Plltnburg on October 27. Oov. WIIIhoii communicated with tho rullroad olllclala and found that It would ho ponidblo fur tho president to lenvo WtiHhlngtou on tho nft ornoon of October 26 and reach Hodguntlllo tho day follow Ing, lu Umo for tho dedication exercises. Mr. Taft will not como to Frnukfort for tho unveiling of tho Lincoln Htatue lu tho now capltol. Ho could not Pnd two days In Kentucky lu Octo bur and would not bu nblo to mako two trips to tho stato. As tho Lincoln Memorial association had already Invited htm to como for tho dedication of tho hull, and had agreed to arrango tho ditto so as to suit his convenience, (lor. Wlllson did not press tho luvlta-tloto como to Frankfort Willing To Make Trip. If tho date Is agreeable to Oov. Will' son. of Kentucky, nnd others In chnrgo of tho ceremonies, i'renldeut Tnft will go to HodKonvllle, Ky.. October SO, to dedicate, tho Lincoln Memorial Building Micro. rail-roau HEKC (im THERE $ i Ferry Boat Sunk. Ttio wagon ferry boat, "Dixie" sank: nt tlio water's edge this morning oe tween 1:00 and daylight. Tho caunoof her sinking ia not known, but Is attributed to a leaky bull. Sho belongs to W. A. IUnshaw's ferry fleet, arid ho expocta to raise her at once. Tho rear of tho boat, which contains the machinery Is on tho bottom In about J. M. Martin, of Martin, Tonn., was hero Saturday, d J. W. Morris Ih days at Ikiwoti Springs. sending n fow Mis Efflo llruor has returned from a visit at Rcelfoot, Tonn. Hot Weather Eatables Every week we arc getting in good things that you'll like now at a time when you wish to do as little cooking as possible. These things Ncome in this week from Dodson-Brau- n and are the very highest grade goods that are packed. J. T. HlvetiB went to Mongol wood, Tenn., Moiwliiy for a fow days. N. K. ICHttiB, of Martin, wtih the guest of Swnn Ilurrus last week. In Mayflold ten feet of water. McConnell-Biir- rus. Uiten Seny mid Uido Ikinies wero ono day last week. of tho C. M. and Tuesday. I 8. O. liittn, president & (1., was hero Monday Try Some Small Sweet Gherkin Pickles 10c a dozen At tho beautiful country home of tho bride, Tuesday evening at 8 30, A. L. Ilurrus and Miss Jane McCon noil wero mado man nad wife, Rev. F. S. Winn, of Trenton, Tcnn., offi Mbn Nell Denn, of Nuw Orleans, visiting her slMer, Mm. Harry ciating. These aro two of tho moat popular young people In this section, The bride Is a daughter of A. K. McConnell; a charming, refined, sen sible little lady, and will mako tho man of her cboloo a good wife. The groom Is a son of Dr. Q. B. Durrus, of Woodland, and a fino fellow In ev ery respect. Quite a muriber of friends were ipresent at thn wedding. Tho cere mony was performed In the hallway with Miss Dmibe McConnell, sister of tlio bride, and Gus Prather as at tendants, wbtlo tho guests were seat ed In tho yard, which was beautifully decorated for the occasion. Following the ceremony, refreshments were served, after which the couple left for Monteagle, Tonn., to spend a few Small Sour Gherkin Pickles U. II. Scott nnd T. N. Smith, of Fulton, wero lu Hickman ono day hwt week on hiiHluetct. 10c a dozen Small White Onion Pickles 10, 15 and 20 cents A. W. Davis wont to St. Ijuuls tills week. Ilo will proUibly ntwpt a gov Mriuiiunt mmiU1ou tliurw. Mini Small Sweet and Sour Gherkins in bottles both plain and mixed at 25,30 and 35c sour and sweet 30c Very small Midget Pickles Sour and Sweet Pickles plain and mixed 10c Llzzlu Aiiiliurt; will Ivnvo Sun- by for Mn fit-I- to spuud a fow lay With no further hopo held out to Mm. Ouy ItobbliiH. him after tho highest court of tho with stato had continued his sentence to Hunt Cliusclifre, of Niwhvlll.t. was thu penlteutlnry for life. Joseph Wend-ling- , couvlrtod of murder of Alma Kellnor, was taken to tho Nnltentlnry to commonco nerving his suutonro Thinks He'll Oct Out. WondlltiK was turned oter to tho shoe company having n contract on the prison labor. Ho declined to talk, only oxpressliiK tho lio that hi friends will try to cut him out as soon as posslblo. eight-year-old hero n few duyu last wiiik, the of Ml Mnbol Wilhon. gutt C L. Walker wont to Craig's landing Saturday night on tho Sir. Hees, rrtumlug Sunday nljjht. Assorted Sweet Pickles 10c Chow Chow at 10c Large Dill Pickles, in jars, 25c Pnre Jellies, in glass, 10c in raspberry, strawberry, blackberries, cherries Pure Jam in glass 15c 2-l- There's only ono tailor In Hickman pluuiu 138 for cleaning and press-lug- . Schmidt, tho Tailor. Flnu CI aero farm, on Troy road, for saIo at a bargain. Wrtto or see It. U. I'olk or M. B. Shaw. U strawberry, blackberry, pitted cherries, peach Pure Strained Honey 10c Pure Preserves in jars 50c in days. Here's beet wishes from the Cour ier. currant, raspberry, blackberry, apple Mrs. Wlllion Turned the Trick. President Tsft will attend tho dedication of tho Lincoln Memorial build-IiiMlw Annie Onrr Llgon, of Union at the old Lincoln blrthplaro near Uity. Ih the giiel of her grandfather. llodgnnvlllo, Ky, In October. Mrs J J C Iloiidunint, nnd family. A K Wlllson, tho wlfo of the govern or of Kentucky, obtained a promlso to Ouy Bobbins and lUtlo son, of May-fielr Domestic Olive Oil 25c Imported Olive Oil 30c Prepared Mustard 10c Horse Radish Mustard 10c Cupid Salad Dressing 10, 15 and 25 cents Mrs. Edmonds Dead. Mrs. Fannie Edmonds, wife of Geo. died at her home In this city, Saturday, July 8, after a two weeks' illness of typhoid fever Deceased was 29 years old, and was bom and reared In Obion county. Tcnn. She had been a resident of Hickman for about ten years. She was a member of Uio Methodist Church nnd held In high esteem by aU who knew her. Besides her hus band she Is survived by four little oliildren, her parents, five brothers, nnd one sister. Funeral services were held at tho home by Itev. G. W, Wilson, and the remains laid to rest at the city cemetery Sunday afternoon. EdmondB, ' lend his presvm-- to tho occasion wore here one day lust week. Oov and Mrs. Wlllson lunched with the guilds of Mrtt. M. AiiilierK. tho president. Mrs. Wlllson Insisted that tho only thing necessary for thu Mr. Frank Von Borrlos Sr, of success of tho Lincoln movement was IMilxvllle, la tlui guest of her son. th atlnndsneo of tho president. Tho president said hu would bo ut Hodgen-tlll- Frank Viui Ilorrles, Jr. nnd fmnily. when tho dalo Is fixed. Chief Mm. W. J. 1iwui nnd little daughJuitfco Whlto wilt deliver an address. ter, Theliua, sMut sovonil tlayn last week witli her htmband. W. J. Ixikoii. Kentucky Banks. n Durkee's Salad Dressing 30c Large Domestic Olive Oil 50c Large Size Queen Olives 50c Small Size Olives 10c Crosse & BlackwelPs Chow Chow 75c r Lea & Perrin's Sauce 25c Maraschina Cherries bottle 25c Cranberry Sauce 15c Sweet Spiced Relish 10c Peppered Hash 10c Tobasco Sauce 40c Evaporated Horse Radish 25c Red Snapper Sauce 25c Tomato Sauce Chutney 25c Oyster Cocktail Catsup 25 and 40c Blue point Oyster Catsup 25c . Tho nbstrnct of reports made to tha comptroller of tho currency showing tho condition of tho national banks In the stato of Kentucky at the closo of business, Juno 7, place tho Individual deposits nt $38,890,81. a loss of nearly 12,000,000 ovor tho report of threo months ago. Tho total resources nnd liabilities of thu Kentucky hanks aru I70.C&1.168; lawful money resonre In bank, 3,O42.0SS. Named Assistant. Homer Wilson, an assistant In the academy of stato university last year, has accepted a osltlon for tho next school year as assistant principal of tho Heaver Dam high school. Ilo will tako up his duties nlout September 1. Tho principal of tho UVavcr Dam high school Is O. L. Schulti. a grnduato of tho college of civil englnorlng at tho statu uulvurslty In 1908. This Year's Auto Revenue vSO.OOO. During tho year ending Juno 14 Sec rctnry of Stnto Ilruner collected 123,-30-6 In taxes from j.IGG nutomoblla owners. Tho bill Imposing this tax wa nnssed br tho 1910 legislature. and becnino effective Juno 13, 1910. The stnto will derlvo nt least 30,000 from this sourco during tho noxt year as a grcnt number of automobiles havs been addoJ to tho list. Tho Franklin county fiscal court has decided to help build tho bridge across Klkhorn crook bolow Poak'a Mill nnd bids for tho construction will Tho brldgo will bo advortlsod for. cost between $3,000 and $4,000, and will bo n linndHomo Iron structure Tho cltlxons of thnt community have ralsod somothlng ovor J1.C0O by subscription to help piy for tho brldgo, and tho county will pay tho othor half of tho cobL Commissioner of Agrlculturo M. C, llnnkln la sick nt his homo with somo-tHwllko neuralgia, or tlcdoloroux, In tho loft sldo of his faco. Ho haB boon unublo to securo any relief from suffering It cnuBus, and In consequence or hns fallon off aomo twonty-flvthirty pounds. g o r.t Omlg'H IjiikIIm,', Mo. Mm J. M Hubbard. Mra. R. 11. Pra-the- r ami Mrs. F. S. Mooro and MIhm Dorothy nittinxd lat week from n wekH visit to Mr. II. F. Itoyal In "? i Villa lllilgn. III. Mm. ICiniun Stephens lind Uic mlfl- Jortunn to full from tho attic Rier In her home Monday and broke n rib on the right wide. Sho Is able to be up, however. Mm. .Mm. Anniversary 'o eleven, Reception. It. D. I'arnell ami daughter, Klla Mcaehaw and daughter, Mm Knthteon Klutu, of Itlploy, ar rivisl huro ys4enlay to visit Mm. Jno Fyk. Lunch Goods Pea Nut Butter 10 and 15c Beech Nut and Robin Brands .The iMohol Homo Td(ilioii Co. has a lino under oonstruoUou from Hickman to Oter half of the ola have nnd the lino will be finish-ei- l In a nlirt tlmti. (w-- t. Chrlxtlnn Church. The 8eniot at the Chrirtlnu Cliurcli noxt Sunday will Sunday School at 9:45 lie nn follows: prenridng by tho wtor at 11:00 a m aivd 8 p. in. A cordial Invitation Ih exteniled to all. Mrs. Sam l'nrki'r nnd MUse8 Huth y Walker anil Florence Harry left MemphlH, IUv Ia for on tho from tills point tliey will go to Menu for sovornl Ark , to visit rokitlvt-wti-kf- l Hoforo return! ng MIsh Hutli AH inlt M4!H Ira Spradlln In Oklahoma City. Sat-tirda- by Walter Kirk was Sheriff Johnson Monday, wiien his landsmen anked to be released, nnd jikiosl In J.dl. Kirk Ih chargwl with ihootlng a negro in the lower hot- Join last Bprlnfi. and will bo tried at tho September term of court. Dried Beef in glass 20c , x, Y Canned Shrimps 15c Deviled Crabs with shells 30c Crab Meat 40c Lunch Tongue 20c cans Roast Beef 25c cans Vienna Sausage 10c cans t Veal Loaf 15c cans Corned Beef 20c cans l Potted Ham 5c cans ' Lobsters 20c cans Hamburger Steak and Onions 15c tins Lobsters 15c Imported Sardiees, 5, 15, 20 and 25c American Sardines 5c Mustard Sardines 10c Pimento Cheese 20c Pimentoes 15c Cream Cheese nice and fresh 25c M Brick Cheese 30c v Company D To Camp. Ordora havo bcon Issued for Com, pany 1), First Infantry, Loulsvlllo, to W. K. Marklo'a show boat, Goldon-rodgo to tho camp of Instruction at O'llell opened the boat show season In to propnro tho camp .for tho romalndoi tlds city last nigtit, playing to a packroglmont. lot tho ed house. A musical comedy, "Tlio Olrl .In Hrown," was offered by a Kirnnir comiMiiiy. together witli a big 8klru Diseases All 'Yield readily to treatment with Dr. hiiiicli of breezy Bpeclaltles. Tlio por- Boll's Antiseptic Salvo. Wo guarun- - .fonunnco ww right up to tho Mnrklo too It. 25c a box. Bold ovorywhore. standard of excellence, and was thor oughly enjoy ed by all. Their return ail son of Mrs. dato is about six wrecks hence, they Edward, tho died tlioy will bo welcomed back aa IxtUo JoneB. of West Hickman, year to year In tho pasi Funeral services wore havo from Hast Saturday big boat Cemc Capt Mnrkle also owns Uio hold Sunday, burial at City "Sunny South," and it tory Wo did not Ioarn tho causo of known as tho will bo hero Bomo tlmo la tie&th. Tuesday afternoon, Mlsa Anna Lynn Iodds entertained u lurgo num-U)- r of frlcmla in honor of her visitor, Allan May Emma lUcliardson, of Macon, MUss. Dunco was enjoyed by tho forty guests. Heo was sorved as the guesta nrrlvcd aad later cream and cake. our cheeses are kept in refrigerators always Pure Maple Syrup 50c Pure Apple Butter 35c in stone - ' jars Sugar Butter 30c Mince Meatjin glass jars 40c Mince Meat in packages 10c , In Meat Market Mince Ham 20c lb. Summer Sausage 30c lb. Swift's Premium Boiled Ham Wieners 15c Both Phones 40c lb. ,i Ellison Bros. Friday evening, June 30, from nine Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmidt celebrated their fifth anniversary by entertaining a large number of their friends with a reception. The color scheme was green and white and effectively carried out, especially In Uio dining room where the tahle was decorated with cande-lahr- a and single candle stlcl and paper pieces extending to the four corners of the table, which had a covering of green. Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt. Misses Bonnie Carpenter. Annlo Cow- dll. Ireue Paris and Marguerite Fu- qua and Messrs. Guy Hale, Goalder Johnson, E. M. Crutchfleld and Gus Alexander were In tho receiving line Mr and Mrs. J. H. Millet received as tlio guests arrived, and Miss Thelma Baltzer served Heo. Neapolitan ico cream, In green and white, and cake and mints wero served. They wero 'he recipients of a large number of useful and pretty presents, Favors of wedding bells wero given, the guests. Tho guests registered In the mar-rlag- o register, presided over by Miss ltuth Klmbro nnd Frank Smith, nnd were as follows: ir. anu airs, ,r-Baltzer. Mr. and Mrs. W II Baltzer, Mr and Mrs. E. D. Johnson, Mr and Mrs. J. C. Sexton, Mrs. D B. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. II. N Cowglll. Mr and Mrs L. A. Stone, Mrs C G Schlonker, Mrs. E. E. Reeves, Mr ami Mrs. S. M. Naifeh, Mr and Mrs. W U Helm, Mrs. F. M Case, Mr and Mrs. Henry Sanger, Mr and Mrs. 11. L. Amberg, Mr. and Mrs. C L Walker, Misses Lou Montgomery, Virginia Prather. Bettle DeBow, Ruby Soty, Dotle Davidson, Dora Cavitt, Lizzie Coruin, Frankye Reld, Ethel Naylor Mentor Walker, Mnyruo Nay-lor- , Frankyo and Noll Peavler, Ruth Klmbro. Mabel Wilson, Myrtle Walker, Louise Atwood, Huth Walker Leah Burry, Bertio May Rice, Messrs. Ferd Maddox, A. E. Owen, Cecil Shaw Knrl Ttillv. Will Bondurant, W, C Reed, C. M. Blackford, Ooo Harris. Harry Millet, Frank Smith, Edward Prather, II. E. Curlln, Arthur Halo, Harold DeBow, Tom French, Davo Lelbovltz, John Fetho Miss Bufio Bruer Is visiting Misa Horse, Cave, Ky. .j Jy. Ethel Powell, la J- . Iliad A I 'Hi JllF?Pi'tri is a I GREAT LOVE STORTRS Ily of HISTORY Pay son Tvrhune Albert llo?; rtgkt, fa Henry V and Catherine of France th AuUvr i ENDICOT-T-iMistfN nrr-- , Ey-. . itCJrrirfQMfKZIjSZi 3 Coprucut l& fcrC F Z irnrf rnin l SY " 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 1''!"l T Tl'l T I I I Next Door to Post Office. I I 1 II I II ... II 1 .. . I I I t. I Pay Your Taxes. Courier Want Column State, county and school taxes for l'JU are duo Pay now and oaw .. .. .. t. t. t ..!... cunt, liookn will always b found at HickFOR SALE Mr borne In Hickman. the Hickman Hank & Tnwt Co , man; and City National Hank, at Ful Jag. Honaley. ton. Meet mo or one of my deputli FOR SALE. Brood wares anil milk at tho following time aiul places 41 cows. J. II. Saunders . Jordan, Tuesday. Aug 8th. HATKS-O- ne Cent per Word per WcL Uash lu AUvauce. " .1. i . Good Buggy Mare, FOR SAJ.E: boggy and harness at a bargain. J. lp 2. CutUck, Hickman, LOST: Pair gold rim spectacles, ou Clinton street. Iluluru to Express lp allien and get ruward. ivugonti, Wednesday, ' Ktli. Crtitcliriulil, TCiurwlay. 10th Fulton, Friday ami Saturday. Aug. 11 and mil. fViycti, (io.il.lur Johnson, Slmriff Fulton Count) FOR SAW3 CHEAP. flvo good log Alex. Naifeh went to St. Uiuls Sat iu good condition. Cash or unlay on business. credit. J. F. S. L. Dodds Co., Hick man. it For any kind of furniture go to the Hickman Furniture Co. FOR SALE: I have two t Lucks, C or C buck lambs for sale. We know our buslwfrs and do our 3'rlce reasonable; thoroughbred. E. work right. White Bros. 4p C. Carter, Route 3, Hickman. Mrs. F. M Case and son are visitSTIIA.YED: Bay fllley, 3 yra. old. ing her mother, Mrs. Clark, at I'adti white ntripe In face, branded C left oah. bhoulder, white hind foot. Suitable Fred Waterman, of Chicago, has reward.-- R. E. Brice. Hickman, RFDC been the guottt of his cousin, Mrs J T. Dillon, for soeral days. Card of Thanks Tin) "gang" madd a good fight and then got it where he chicken got the axe. They elected oik man We wish to sincerely thank the J. II. Gardner, of the State ficolne-lea- l many friends and neighbors for Uiolr Survuy, has lieen lu llicktnnu for during our kindly help and sympathy looking Into the recent terrible bereavement. Mrs. wverul dajs, of utlll'jitg the clny and sand Clara E. Tucker and Family. ditponlts of Oils seotion oshI-bllltie- s fact that our foreman is away Judge R. S. lurrell spent several this week and that we are moving our days last week In Ioulsville. presses Into a now press room Is one Three Dollar Values in pants at that the Courier is not up to Sullivan Bros, their price Jl.f.O. the usual standard this week. We hope to get Hlrlclitomil out In a short Ji II. Itiifwoll, of Memphis, spont time, however. sevoral days last week with IlUikmnn Wlwm rf." f.w.l l.MV t flllt if KfiriK.'irt ....-,- . friends. lull .".... ........ iltitl in tin- - ilaytline. ou yavwi a Mm. Alex Barnes nnd rhlldron w.ll leave Oil wepk for Three SUUe to linrt. allowol the 8thU-ii- i to get fidl of impiiritJt-- s IlKItltlNE eiires all ills Bpcnd Severn) weeks. orders prtxlnewl liy an Inactive 1ler ll HtretiKiJietkS inaiorg.'in.cieanw-- s me The V. 8. and C. I. C classes of 1kU'.li 'iikfl tkiita tlwt at'utjilll III triutfl the Met.lioilL.Ht Cliureh enjoyod an out healthi oondltlou. Price f.Oc Sold by tng at Lcdford Station on tlie 4th. jucKJiinn urug jo. i T)ic ol -- WRIGHT'S- Electric Shoe Repairing Outfit reckless, ilarodorll buy chanced to meet and to fall In love nlth a half marred, ill drritied girl about fire hun dred years ago. Because the boy hap pened to be n prince and the girl a prlucras that same love affair led to a surles of terrible wars and to the con quering and final Using of a great oa tluu The boy wna "Mad Prince Hal." Hon of King Henry IV. of England The girl was Prlncesa Catherine, daughtar of lnsant King Charles of Franco. Unlike most royal mar rlages, thalra was a genuln lore (match. Nor did "the course of truo Bov" run smooth. Mad Prince Hal's" wild pranks had W the English to tremble fur their kingdom's welfare In the event of his coming to the throne. Yet when, In 1413, he succeaded his fathor as king, he sobered down as by magic and proved hlmsulf a wise, ablo ruler Almost ala first act after becoming King Henry V wan to ask the hand of Princess Catherine tn marriage. He had seen but little of the princess, yet he had learned to lovo her. and he sent for her at once to share his crown Rut by hs counsellors' advice asked Th Coat of On he also that he receive Lov Affair. (aa her dowerr) the provinces In Franca that had In bygonti years been captured by Kng land and that were now French terri tory once more. The French govern ment angrily refused to grant themi Uirms. Not at all discouraged. Henry iTnolved to win the princess and the provinces m well. So, declaring ho had a hereditary right to the French throne, he declared war on France, and In 1415 Invaded that country ne could not have chosen a better time for his attack. Thn king of France was Insane (playing cards are Bald to have been invented to amusn Oils eraty monarch), and the kingdom waa rent by two warring factions PrinccM Catharine had been sadly neglected and had had a wretched girl hood. Her father being Insane, the caro ot u gin a&d been tall to her mother, an Idle, wicked woman, who did not give Catharine enough food nor clothing. Ragged, hungry, III treated, the poor child was an object of pity nntil her father, tn a lucid In tervaL removed her from mother's charge and sent her to a convent to be odneatsd. It was largely on account of this gu-- that France, In 1415, was rear-olinvaoed by an English army Henrr wept all beforo him. The French opposed hla nt Aglncourt and are said to have outnumbered his army by ten to one. Tet be won a gTeat victory. jcroablng the national pride of Franc. second Invasion ended even more triumphantly The French, utterly overwhelmed, begged for peace, The tUnrm Henry granted were unheard of pa th4r exorbitance. Mrst and fore most be demanded the hand of Catharine. Thon he compelled his boaten foes to agree that he should succeed enwy King Charles at the latter de4h aa ruler of France. In the eaenUm be waa to govern the realm as regent. U married Catherine and took her fcaek to Uagland with hint In trlumnh. Her fatherland's fall waa the price of aer band. And her husband had brought about that fall. Hbe and Henry were married, andi early tn I14J1 sho was crowned queen of Eng- uana. The next Decembor the couple's on,r "on (knows A Queen's n,a,ory Second Romance. Jf Henry VI ) was ibora. Few children have started life jwlth such prospect. For ho wan heir to the combined thrones of Prance and England. A few months later Henry V. and Cathorlne went again to Franc. Thore, whon only 35 years old, Henry died. Catherine brought ner little son back to England There. ,on oraty King Charles' death, tho boy waa crowned, while still In his cradle, (king of England aud of France. Hut Ihe lacked hU father's genius nnd In fherited some of bis grandfather', old King Charles', Insanity As n result, be was destined to lose both kingdoms and to dlo in prison. Catharine, though she had apparently returned hor husband's adoring love, wuh quickly consoled for his .death. She secretly married a Wolah-Iman- , Owen Tudor The anger of the court over this marriage caused her to pino nway and die at tho ago of 36. She anil Owen Tudor hud two sons. Thn nliler of these (tho earl of Richmond) heenmo later the father of Henry VII , who founded tho Tudor line of kings In England. A 7work snoisQ Trust Taxes Workingman's Shoes Leather Trust Cuts Quality Four Profits Force High Price any man in this country who might to, get good, honest shoes at an honest price it is the workwoman. Yet what happens when he buys the average shoe for himself or his family? Instead of a shoe that protects his feet properly for the work he has to do he gets a poor, weak thing that breaks down, cracks and leaks, loses its fit and comfort. If there is Adulterated Leather in to swell the profits of the Trust. low-grade Trust-Mad- e Work-Shoe- s The shoe rocs buck on him because the leather is weak tanned by a cheap, hasty "process" by the Leather Trust "weighled" with adulterants shoes he pays an outrageously high price because the For those Leather Trust fixes the price of the leather to Miit it.self and because the shoes carry four needless profits Profits to the Hide Trust, the Leather Trust, the leather Jobber and the Shoe Jobber. The Only KOxl Work-Shoes the Leather Trust Independent of pasteboard inside. Just good, honest leather through aud through. ou hr 1- d Why doesn't the shoe mntiufnrturrr liny leather? Man nlive, he can't! Tlw Trust controls the tannin;! industry of Aiucrirn. Tin ordid nary manufacturer hns got to tnke leather or shut hU factory down. There is only one shoe factory in this country that is independent of the Inlher Trust. Thnt concern is Kndicolt, Johtmou & Co., nnd they mnke the most dependable, s sturdy in the United Stales. Shoes for the farmer, for the miner, for the bricklayer, for the teamster for nil henvy work and wet work outdoors mid indoors. They get good, leather they tan it themselves in their own tanneries. They tire the only shoemakers in the world who tan every pound of leather they put into their shoes. Wonderful Endicott-Johnso- n Leather Kndicott-Johnso- n s are made of leather tanned and finished expressly or Tru.il-tnnncwork-shoehe-cau- se They are handsome. slnes good lines and good style, luitiose they are designed by the mime men uho design the Kudicolt-Johnso- n dress shoes that sell for twice the money. And they are finished just as carefully too, shoemakers inside and out. do not know how to make a oor shoe. Now you would naturally suppov that e leather, shous made out of this with such stylo and finish, would cost you shoes. more than the ordinary Trust-mad- e shoes As a matter of fact Kiulicotl-Johuso- n come to you chcncr than any shoe of tho same general tye you ever wore. Kiidicntt-JohnHOu extra-grad- How Price Is Kept Down Kndicolt, Johnson & Co make good leather iu their own tanneries nt cost, remember. rock-botto- Work-Shin'- -- work-sh- oe Chrome-tanne- purposes and give them ample protection. ".Kromclk" Miles (chrome tanned), the most durable sole leather ever produced proof against weather nnd heat, nnd all hut proof against wear. .Remember this "Kromelk" .sole leather. It Is the first nnd only jwrfeet ehrome-laune- d Bole leather in the world. Nobody but Kndicoll, Johnson & Co. can produce it though the Icntht-- Trust has tried. r upper leather, heavy, tough nnd silting, hut nliahle and soft m that the fthiM! will wear a long time, he easy to the feet d denier who is willing to make his money by n fair margin ou many sales rather than n big profit on n smaller volume of business. Kiiilicoll-Johtisos are made in several grades, selling nt $i 00 to $3.50 n pair. You can have your choice of numerous sha'ics and styles, and a full range of sizes. n n shoes pay no prof-I- ts to Trusts or Middlemen. They carry Kndicolt, no exorbitant retail profits. Johnson & Co. .sell direct to your local shoe Endicott-Johnso- Work-Shoe- Other Endicott-Johnso- n ii Shoes Work-Sho- es Endicoll-Johnsfln Honest All Through Work-Shoe- s leather shoes no "filler" nre solfd or shoddy or Von can gel other Kmlicott-Johnsolines shoes for men ntid women, for boys and girls. The (Hipuhir dress and business shoe is tho KN DWELL (doodyear Welt) selling nt $3.00, $3.50 nnd $1.00. Co to the Kndicott-Johnsodealer in this town, nnd look over his atock. Remember the name of the makers n ENDICOTT-JOHNSO- N SULLIVAN BROS. "Ickman, Ky. EXCLUSIVE DEALERS Shoe buyers wlio live nutsido the city where this pnprrts pul)lili-- l cixn Irarn the names of their homo dealers who carry KNDWKLb shoes liy writing to Kndicolt, Johnson & Co., Kndicolt, N. Y. T--- nt 7I7lvlo "Voxt. ""OtTiVlt' Nothing but First Class Work. Prices Lowest. Satisfaction Guaranteed. doubt If he ever becamo quite conscious t tin t ho wnH an old man What l.owell wrote of Emerson was em plinth ally truo of Edward Everett Hale "Ho has that privilege of soul which nbnllxlMs tho cnlcndar and him to us always the unwanted contemporary of his own prlino " In lOOfi, when ho waa over 84 yoars old, I snld to him: "How la your oyt- signw "Good," ho replied; "I rend aa often without my glasses as with thorn," William M. McElroy in Woman's Horn Companion. I s Dr Hale Abolished the Calendar. Call a voUirlnary. II. It. Ilogora Hospital, bolli phones, Hickman. Tho new nelinnl liuflitlnt; In Woat Hickman Is fining right up. Dahnko'a Cream Bread received dally nt Mutheny Bros. & Plant. Jud;o II. K. Rmnley wan In Union Ilegnlnr ervlcen at thn Presbytermay bo a goal follow; bn City yestenlay on legal ImhImvw. ian Church Sunday morning and ovdn-lug- . It wah tho "company" ho kept that ruined him. Ico Boxes nnd Kofrlguratora. St. Louis Furulahlnc Co. "mIIb It for Mrs. Bd Dezonlo, of Qnrksvillu, tho client of hor filntur, Mm. C. O. McMurray. Mlfcs., In Wertt Hlckuuin'fl now ronrreto ton. 13. N. Church, of Union City makes tlnat jwirt of .town look In vlHtllug her frloivd, Airs. M. J. Far-ia 100 per cent hotter. who la very nick. sldo-wnlk- s, Hickman Harness Co. a. J. wricht. Mgr DalinkV Cretan Brd ptumo 74 Mrs. Hornco IlottereworUi, of Jnck-oi- i. Mum., Ih visiting hur niftier, Mm Wo press your suit for COc, ladles Geo Buck and wife, C Moonuy and W T Boudurant MIbs Ada Bullock, plaited or plain skirts COc Cleaning alater-ln-laJno, Klrkliulall and wife of ArknuHflfl, la also a vlaitor at nnd vre&Hlng at roononablo prices. Dixie Ilobinson and Mra KnnnleShaw the samo Lome. White Brew., pbou 18C. spout Sunday at Prootor City, .Tana. Hickman husltieAH men nhouUl get T. It. Wlngo of Trozovant, Tenn , togothcr ntul nrrnng for u big, red waa llio guit of Hov. and Mrs. Spur letter day the Litter part of next month geon Wlngo Lost week. S. S. Picnic. Tlio young men's class of tho Moth-ixliSunday School seem to liavo learned tho secrot of success In all their undertakings. Otic of tho latest proofs of this was shown In the picnic given by them on tlio Fourth. Tho young ladles class woro thn fortunate guests on that dollghtful outing. At G 30 a. in. tho jolly crowd gather ed at the C. M. & O. sutlon for a Irtji ov5 tlio now road to Lelford. I'very moment was crowded with uinusement In fishing, hunting, target shooting and gamos tho morning soon fl.-ri.e lunch biought by the C. I. I rlas was supplemented by frlwl squirrel .iiil fish. Vher woro some iX(Kit dliM.'ers nn-- l ainfjors In 'He rro 4 . 'he hoys had bananas and candy ..- - abun.'aiire and also t'n drinks - niaat oxcellont lomonade and soda pop In unlimited quanltlty. At A, Capt. Smith's ball tosscrs engai;e Capt. Owen's picked team on tho diamond and with F. T. handling the Indicator a closo and exciting game was pulled off Ixrforo a crowd of enthusiastic rooters. Old Sol called the gamo by agreement to allow both tivims to catch their breath. As Uie sliadows began to lengthen supper was announced ami when Uie after supper" speeches were said the crowed Joined In the patriotic strains of America All too soon the st 0. blow Uio Hlgnal for return It was unanimously agreed that tho days ouUiu; was a coinpleto success and as hosts Uio young men could C. M. & Having Swell Time. Tho following havo been attending I not bo The world demands becoming attire; self respect commands it. Where is the man that docs not feel the satisfaction that comes of good clothes? You must have some sort of garments; why not wear those that suggest dignity and good taste? You can do it, and inexpensively. The exclusive style of our production costs you nothing. The approved models for Summer everything in Men's Wear from Mat to Shoes are here in abundance. in Ladies Fine Oxfords Slippers and Hosiery Millet Sr Alexander Mens Outfitters Chronic Sore Eyes Are easily cured with Sutherland's week. livglo Bye Salte. It Is painless nnd Mrs. C. P. Shumato, Chaperon. harmless nnd guaranteed. l!fic a box. Mrs. A. E. Kennedy, Chaperon. 8 Sold everywhere. Miss Annie Cowgill. MJss Charlotte Hubbard. Co to Sullivan Hros. for odd pants. Miss Ruth Ellison. Milm Virginia I'raUier. Great values In CloUiIng at Sullivan Miss UoUlc Hollow. Hros. MlhB Mabel Wilson. Walker Martin. Union City. Swiayno Walker camo up last week Claggctt Martin, Martin. for Koveral days, from Uio HunUjr Frank Smith, MarUn. Tract. C. P. Shumate. Miss Anlco Bf finger returned last A. B. Kennedy. week from a two weeks visit In Mont-4;lo- , Tuesday was "Mother's Day" with Tonn. tho young ladles, and the following N. K. Neighbors, wife and children took advantage of Uie occasion: H. N. CoukIII visited Mr. Neighbors' parents In Mem-idiMrs. J. M. Hubard. last wook. Mrs. B. II. Prathor. MIsa Lizzie Corum roturned laBt Mrs. Molllo Prather. week to Oreenflold, Tenn., nftor a . Mrs. A. M. Dollow. threo weeks visit horo wlUi friends Mrs. D, n. Wilson. and rolaUves. Mrs. I,. P. Ellison. A number of home 1kvb havo also Mo., who Miss Joe Price, of Chaff eo. boon attendants there this week. lias Ikioii vbUUnR Mr. nnd Mrs. f!us vlsIUng Moore for several weeks. Is 1n I'sirls. Tenn. One Dollar Values In Shirts COc iX Sullivan Hros. Mrs. Oortrudo Henry and little dan- Old Ulcers fihter, Illatioho, returned to Now Mail- rid, on Saturday of lxst work, after Are unsightly and dangerous. Dr Antiseptic Salvo will heal them woek's islt to her jKirents, E. B Hell's promptly It Is clean and pleasant to Reeves and family use l!fc a box Sold everywhere M-.ls Hubbard's! country homo, near Hickman, this! a house party at Dr. J. M J. M, Glenn Dead, License Too High. Wo from Capt. W. II. Mnrkle owner of the (loldourod Floating Theatre, tlmt the Ueenso for showing In llkkjiinn Is still I0 nn exorbitant prlei plus n county license of C '.0 In lookinK over the llcenao charg"1! nt nil ilnts up ami down tlw riiT. we Mud tho average in $3, and innw ovur J 10. Are wo trying to keep the ImkUh nwny from IllckinanT That wuld bo ioor buineiw. A reasonable chargo should m mado, but 140 Is Umi imirh. In fact, tboy do not have to wy a tent If thoy chooso to fight th caso In court. On that jKilnt, wo quoto from a re cent division of Uio U. S. Attorney Ouiieml. In which ho says: uaxiKaliU) t reams .low water mnik and danger danjjer line from 20 to CO feot acronl-ln- ; J M UlPllll, W about ". dlod ' "i iiWiilitxir hla Imiiitf In Hi M hood, July 3rd HwHMUWll wfw oiio of th oM oMioim of tht tMiiiljr. lie In " n uuin nver twl by hi wife anil three ulilMrt-- Mm l'Kr I'rutlmr, luii ami Mr-tJutUK under Ma tT cvrr cloud mnA la tiliin. Uurtal took i1ium al Ml And o I turn l.rlirht roundahlnlntft tout. nilna Ziun Kro')nrd. July li. ll wsu a thorn lnids out. And alwity MhUwmIUI To ihow th llnln. letuliiiK luetnbtir uf tho churxli, a ijuM, Kmuroun huartt-t- man Creole DUhei. wid a rltlrwi and ixduhbor who will With the pamlnK of Mmo. IlcirnA. intMU.!. U New Orluans bat toat ono of Itn ' Hero U one of bur rnoua attracUoni reclpei, which Bhe and her husband A Pain Remedy lVrth luicniiU and oxliinial In Honied knew how to nervo ao wellLlyor a la Mrau. Ilfpiu. Ono pound family. Kfl toil) Ity numt . 0hmI of liver, cut In alien one Inch thick. a bottle of Dr. IMl'it iur ull Wind of Ihi1 trouble Kxler-juill- ) Lay tho llvor In aalted water while for oiKn, burn, miraln ami all you pool and allce five largo ontona. Sold jiAlim Smn;ly niitlieiiU Dry tho llor and lay In layers with tho allced onlona. Lot ataud an hour nr tmn limn cut tho llvor In cubes. drodgo with popper and salt and flour. Treat the onlona In tho satno manner. Route 6. Put the liter In a frying basket and fry a deep brown. Fry the onions In the fat Mako a heap or tho llvor in Mr Hlrtle lolk'k has Imvii on the the center of a platter and surround with onions i.kk lim rfr a fw days Orlllards Cut a pound of round Willie lMruell and Cutrtsu (JurRU steak Into pieces two Inches square. Reason with salt and popper Into a IhmiI the Ith in Now Madrid. sauce pan put a tablospoonful of butTills iidelitMMlMMid 4m rejoicing ovir ter, add a few slices of onion and a tbo fine rain Hliich fell here Monday tablespoonfu! of flour, when all Is brown add a tnbloBpoonful of tomato Mm Charley NltdmlH uiwl Noruiiui or tomnto catsup and put tho moat Cover closely nnd tfulKwi oro vMUiiK Mn. Cruitl, nwir Into thn saucepan fry brown on both sides, Add a llUkmau. of vinegar and n cup of Mm. Hell rcyiicr anil son, CUv, water, set back on tho atovo nnd simof Alni. Mottle Hluiw and mer for half an hour. wore ko Creole Hauco. This aauco Is nice, Kuiulay. family 81lce served poured over a steak Mra. HI McUIiiiiIh ami children nre two onlona, two groon pepiwrs, two yImUJuk bur inoCher, Mrs. VourIiii, oh ounces of loan ham. ono clovn of garlic. Kry flvo minutes, then add n half ftiuunfroH IlUlgo. can of tomatoes, a bay leaf, four Henry lllwtiiiA returned In llUk-limi- t cloves, eight allspice. Boll nnd thicken 8unday utter unending several with a tableapoonful cf cornBtnrch. Add a dash of red popper and on exV. T. Jolwrioii. UMMrflM wlUi tra occasions a half can of mushrooms. Tako a pound of Creolo Daub celebrated at tho old Tho ttii w round steak, scoro It on both aldoa Klncii fluid. CoUl drinks, liarbi'ciu-nnd ilredgo with flour. Fry a nuln ami pleidy ot dinner. of suot, put In tho meat nnd brown on both sldos. Cover tbo meat Ilroitt VaiiKlm ami wlfo wont a cup of tomato and on onion nlftlit and Sunday with hU un- with minced, add a HtUe water nnd cook roiinty. til', II. VaiiKhn, In lake slowly for threo hours, turning the cooking Thick-eIn n very meat onco during tho WitUoy Cooler tho aauco with flour and pour over IMluTuI arcldont the 4il when hl horse nm away and throw Mm out of tbo buxt;y. Tho hussy wa demolished. Nearly every girt that la made has Hoy U Uyrii and family arrived ou lomo sort of a string tied to It SUickur Loo Sninruay nlfiht, from lUivondnn RiirliiBfl, Ark , to hikviiU tho SKIN iiuinmor wlUi bur moUior, Mm. l.ula HOT WEATHER HURTS THE For 1912Complete Equipment Included lU'r lll. "J ll wr l - AiUl-l'aln- "Iaml along wrj-wher- tablo-spoonf- ul to grailo of bank) belongs to tlio Crovrrnini'iit and not to tho rJiarlau owners Coal men, who havo been laying amuinlty for the prhllego of tlrlni; tlidr boats and barges to the Uinta of streams, and In many oases never Ubo any land except tliat be tween low wsitor mar nnd danger kind will liavo frie ne of the river these iKiytnonta and demand restJtu- tlon fw w1int they havo already imUl Umlor tills decision bonis of every I nd will havo free use of the river front. It Is Uiorefon, Illegal to col-le- i whnrfugo whuro there Is no wharf as tho property beloivgs to the gov inty, ernment ami not the state, cily or Individual." Two In One Is both an Interremedy 11 Is nn antiseptic remedy and destmys dlseas Kurins. Sold eVorywliere on n posi8 tive gii.imutiv). Dr. Hell's AuU-1'nlnal mid external ii Runabout P (ill V Ffluinnd sliding gear transmission, windshield, gas lamps and generator, three oil lamns. tools and horn. 20 H. P.. 4 cylinder motor: Equipment Includes top, with Bosch magneto. $750 l 0. B. Detroit Torpedo ,$850 F. O. B. Detroit, same Etandard equipment as Runabout. Coupe, $1100 F.O.B. Detroit, with equipment of electric headlights combination oil and electric dash and tall lamps, folding seat on dash, front shock absorbers, 31x3'2 Inch rear tires, tools, horn. A car which possesses, in common with the costliest cars of largest size, that smartness and perfection of form which, in a man, denotes good breeding. A car whfch avoids the scant proportions which so often characterize cars of medium carrying capacity. A car which seats its occupants with more luxury and ease and "leg room" than any other car of its type and class and which speeds smoothly away at the touch of one lever and two pedals. A car which appeals to the masculine and feminine members of the family because it so completely satisfies the practical demands of the one, and the artistic tastes of the other. COO Snllhun Hros. liavo Just opened up pair of sample trousers to bo sold tnblo-spoonf- ul at half price. S.it-unla- Geological Survey. J. II. flardner, of tho ical Survny, bui been hi Hickman for several days looking Into the KwsIbll Itleu of utilizing Uie clay and sand doos!ts of this seeitiou. Mr. Gardner gives It as his opinion hat tho liiimeuso lxils of clay along the MIssLsslppI bluffs will Mune day-bextensively used for the manufac-ttiof irthenware, tile and brick Certain beds may prove valuable for pottery. Ho collected samples In sufficient quantity for practical testing 1u tho kilns of tho Geological Survey Uihnatory In Lexington nnd tho results will bo distributed among those who are Interested onouch to writo for Uiein to Prof. Charles J. Norwood' Director of Uio Survoy Samples 'were also secured of the river sand od tho bluff sand While It Is Mr. Gardner's opinion that this sand Is not pure enough for glass gaud, It Is probable that It will bo used for other purposes. It Is excellent for content conetrucUon. Samples of soil wero obtained for analy sis and pot culture In tho labrntories. Tlio efficiency of tho State Geological Survey Is coming mora and morn appreciated, causing a gTeater demand among tho people for reports and n greater corresponding demand by Uio Survoy for money to carry ou . such work. Sl.ato Geolog- linwil n GUARANTEED FOR LIFE The Hupmobile for 1912 is sold completely ped. equip- Thus $750 buys a Runabout fitted with doors, top, windshield, gas lamps and generator, oil lamps for dash and rear, a complete set of lools, and horn ; $900 includes similar equipment on the Touring Car, etc. In addition, we have incorporated improvements which represents $100 more in material alone than in preceding models. The more important of these im provements include Vanadjum steel springs ; Timken bearings back of driving pinion; rear wheels keyed onto tapered ax instead of le; shaft ; eight-incbrakes; Timken rol ler bearings on front wheels; new pressed steel, brass-lineradiator, with efficiency inten-inch d that will not leak and is easily and accurately adjusted : four instead of two pinions on differential. From the first Hupmobile presented excess value, which you can readily see is greatly increased in the 1912 cars by reason of the added equipment and improvements. Btowo. . conn VALUE THE well-print- ed Piibmiimin nersolnUlon causes rnsh- en, hives, blotchen, plmpliw nnd prick ly bent, often tho befiltmlnK w serious Rkin troubles. wohIi away tho poison entirely, apply a nliiIe eolutlon luiown as D. D. D. D. D Prescription for Hczema. Bonorully Bold In SI bottles, dui D In for "r,o wo am now give you onlugh Get in touch with the local dealer, who will be glad to demonstrate the Hupmobile for you and your family. ii to lUtionery ai a mean, of getting and holding desirable business hat been amply demonstrated. Consult us before going elsewhere sootfio ami heal Uie Inflamed Bhin o iinihinir lno can. Wo vouch for tho wonderful propern n. D.. for w know that it nn proo that tho vory first drops brines Instant relief for nil kinds of skin trouble I Uckman Drug co. John Hagnn spent home last wook. a. ,r in; creased mud guards; stead of oilers on all spring hanpers; Hyatt roller bearings in differ- - TOllflfK Cflf cm,a "u"u Equipped one-thir- d h nine-inc- h six-inc- .uu.. few days at r. 0. B. Detroit The World Tourlntf Hupmobile touring car l now in InJia, on a tour ot the world. I)ellery wiiKoii.lsVlK. O II Dftrnlt. with atiimliiril f.iulpnient ot ga lamp nnd illxa Inch tires, shock ntMorbom In (runt, three oil Innipi, burn and tuols 1 Uy l!qulpmrnt Inclmlct top. lnd.hklJ. El Uotpt and seni-ratothree ill Urups, tttult, lioiti. iliiK'k ttbuiiber un front prlngi, Jlv J -i Inch rcur lire. $900 rcr DDDDDDD ,, JUbb Opal Crawford, of was here Sntunlay HhopiJnB Dorena, Hupp Motor Car Company, Detroit, Mich. Cypress ahliifilcs Jl 2n a thousand at will dx uilloa aouthwost of Hickman. O. U. Yatea Shingle Co. Hubbard & Kennedy, Local Agents, Hickman, Ky. r . We are auUiorlzed to announce Virginia Luton t. .. .A.sA.a a a aa . 1 "l"l"l"l a candidate of for Superintendent Schools of Fulton County, subject to itho notion of tlio Democratic party. Election Nov. 7, 1911. UNDERTAKERS EMBRLMERS -- SfifeJ On the Streets . Heard ...-- . l'l' ,.. '1"1' SEVEN BALLOONS Business Lots Going Lip... Richmond & Bond CoY, Business Lots will ndvnnce $5 per lot on Monday, July 17,1011. Will advances, gain soon. Your opportuni ty is passing by. Only a fewlots left- - ... .... TTTTT1 TTT" " i i i iii .. ' START IN RACE TWO LEADERS IN THE CONTEST STARTED AT KANSA8 CITY TO REPRESENT U. S. llud Csirter aiM W 4u Tiptoiivllle Sunday It Hart were Joe Wells CASTRD'SJtCTIDNS ANNOY at Is spuiullug a few dnys MengehNOod this week. SOURCE OF WORRY TO UNITED STATES AND OTHERS. Washington Fears Reopening of OW Troubles If He Establishes Himself In Venezuela. Washington. July 10. The elusive Clprlano Castro, exiled president of Venezuela, Is causing state department officials no end of worry. They do not know where he is, where he tins been recently, or where next he will b beard from. in Venozuela the state It Castro department's troubles have just begun. The worry now Is nothing to what It will be If all the reports from Curacao are correct Under International law and the agreement, better known as the Washington convention, the United States can do nothing to check Castro, once be gets a foothold In his former country. What Is feared Is that If Castro carries on a successful revolution and restores the old order of things, Venezuela will repudlato every foreign obligation. The old asphalt and other questions arising out of concessions and claims would again come to haunt the diplomatic officers of at least half a dozen countries. That Castro would do this the state department believes. He was forced out by tho United States. What ho opposed while president has been granted, his decisions disregarded, and naturally ho would try to retaliate. 1 CtlHwter Ikirnos spout n fuw days nt Ihiiiiv Uie latter iKirt of last week. A fl Klmbro and wtlfo spvtit Tuoa-daIn Crutchflivld wJUi rolatlveit. y IEE& BAGS 103 . EVENLY MATCHED St. Louis Furnishing Co. Incorporated Is Miss I.uclle ltyer, of No. 8. Island, the gikvtut of MIrs Mnrlu 1'itivler. Hoy Toplln. of IHiducnli, was here Saturday Uio gueKt of Orvla Sulllvun. Mrs. M. O. Wlttmnti and son, Mnx, mid Monday night for St. Ulilongo. 8t Loulsans of Million Population Club on around to Cheer Berry, Their Entry, Who Hopes to Win. Which will you bt let Our stock of Coffins and Caskets is complete. Miss May Hnimn lllehnrdson, of Muioii. MLss., Is (ho Kiiest of MUs Anna Lynn IVxl.li. Mrs. Tom Thomna t and elilldn'ii Our New Hearse is here. All calls answered promptly, day or night. Day Phone No. 84 Night Phone No. 7 li'ft rtuimlay night on fur ('4inithnr-tlk- Uie lltvn I'o to Ult ndatlvea. Mr. and Mm. lteed Aitstln have from u short trip to Cnnithen-ville- . when Uiey Hilt-her sWr. l Ix)iilie Alwiod left Tuesday night for lloanoko. Vn wlmre she will piid several weeks with Mm. b Mlws lloolier Mintt Kdulunn Someni returnl to WUkUffe Monday after n sliort visit here to Mm .Matlio Tmvla llandley. aimI frleiidti. WHEN Brooks-Tay- ON A i VACATION lor, i J. J. Tiiylor, of Hlckmau, a popular employe, of tho Jf C. & St. L. railroad here, stole a march on his friends last Sunday when he played "second fiddle" In a Itahvton, Tenp., wedding. He was united in marriage vlth Miss Rubye Urookn, at tho homo of Uie bride, who is one of the most charming aiul popular young ladlea of that berg. J. J. was born and reared near Clayton, Tenn., and Is woll knowu to our people, havlitg a position liere a few years ago when C. B. Travis was agent for Uie railroad company. The last attack as master of the key has lasted about two years and his friends trust it will continue. Mr. and Mrs. Toj6r arc 'making a lour of the South, but Willi return to illckman shortly, where they will make ihoir home. Congratulations. lu-J- d MolcAtcAto BOASOinC MOUSE L (FKxz?r-C IInZL 2JhiJ5 lf)Q3B's TLeb WlC7 iLraH ,-- I I -- dz i? MAK. A riCTU fOST CAUD W NOUVtAU RiCmC W Ct Qfc xv-3 -. -- Vrs LT j. Wit A"rl KAI YBtlS ACTWI MM A Mn 1nr miOxv Notice. Not having Uie time to give It my personal attention, I have sold my plumbing and tinning business to tho Hickman Plumbing & Tinning Co., and take this opportunity to thank my friends for their liberal patrou-age- . My plumber, Mr. Connelly, will also be with the above firm, and I take pleasure in my ins he is a splendid workman. I slum appreciate It if my old customers give their business to the Adams llros., whom I feel sure will giro eminent saitefno tlon In their deal'ngs. W. A. Dodds. "1 rs you aw Aioor I ,!3' j vf r Fair today; probably WEATHER: ) showers Friday. w-i- Revival at Mt. Hermon. We are making soma xJnl priors on all buggbM for the casli in nnlor low: to t'lean up for our big fall Irndn on Kansas City Aero Club Kansaa moves. Ilioman Hdw. Co. City. II. K Honeywell, pilot Ht Ixiuls Aero Clu- b- St. Ixiuls IV., dull Itondunuit. rlor-d- , wits raugl.t Ueutcnant Frank P. Lahm. pilot; Mlsa TuMlny nlglu whlU nn.tkng around Sulla. William F. Aisuiau. pilot, and In the luiiuto of a negro iwimnt on the Million Population Club, John W. lid Tliomns placo. Ho Ilerry. pilot locktol up Aero Club of New York New York, Mi, (lurtnule Henry nml IllUe Clifford II. Harmon, pilot daughter, lUanebe, niirnel to New Cleveland Aero Club Ilurlmya, J. Madrid, on Saturday of huU wtttk, M. Ware, Jr., pilot. Western Aero Asroclatlon of Topcka after a weeks visit to her parents. K Tnpeka II. ank M. Jacobs, pilot. K Itevte and fantlly. Tho balloons am regarded aa evenly I)ST Iirge white., brown spot-le- matched, each being of 80.000 foot calliUtr. TiUl baa lHti ln)kii pacity. lit two plaeeM. Answers to name of "Sport." For reward rommuitlente MAN FOUND DEAD IN CELL wttli W 0. HcivJh, Union Ctty. Tenn An Unidentified Prisoner Who Was Booked as John Doe Subject Wo uuderMoiid a piece of the casfor Coroner's Action. ing In Ui new well tins been iwltrfu! off, nixl uultwH this can n gotten Bt Iouls, July 11. An IntmlcatiHl out. It may bi neetwxary to tiore still man reulstercd on the K--t St nuoUier wkII. Tluy nre now down to police records as "John Doe." who was l ieitlt of 12G1 feet. picked up Huuday afternoon, was found dead In his cell nt the Hast Side Weldlngs nt Pulton Sunday: Syk jail early Monday. V4i-ret- l There were no marks of Identificaami Miss Mottle Merry, of Cllntoiii J no. Cniev nml Mlm I Am tion about the body, nor were there any evidences of death by violence. Duck, of Dukedom; M. M. Montgom-cran Inquest and Mbui Mnry Hnrdy, of (lm- - Corunor Twitch.l will hold M In small A cheap watch and $1 (bounty. coins wer. found In the pockets of the IXkm striped C I.. Wnlkor and wife, lien niul light grsy appeurwd suit "John about 40 yenrs of Swnyne Walker, J. C. Hiuton nml woro 6 He 8 Inches In height, and feat at;e, wife. Misses Iktrry, Frnnkle welched ICEi pounds He hud a red and I.li lUrid, T. T. Hwnyt nul llol- - mustacho, bluo ayes and gray hair. IL. Kirk and Dick Smiili niiumled the President's Trip Over. niiitUou fliglits In Cairo iui the Fourth WashlnKtnn. July 11. Tho presimaking the trip on tho "IUiUi." dent's yacht Marllower, with the prusl Hiekmnu IWiptlst auireli. Sunday. dent and his party of Riients, IncludJuly IC Siliidity School at 10 it m ing senators and othemr aboard, nt the navy yard, ending the two At (he 11 oVJook service tlhire will days' cruUu that bugau from Phlladol be a roll call of Uie imuiibert)Ap of phlo. the cliureh Kvery member I" urnst wirnently urged to bo pnwoirf. servioo nt S o'oloek. Wo exGapt. Ryan Dead. tend n cordial IntltatJoii to all.' Kpurgeou Wlitgo, IttMtor. y U-nur-rivKv-enl- Kansas City, Mo, July U. Bovaa grout balliHius, pllotiu by widuly-knowAmerican aeronauts, ntnrted In the national balloon race. At I o'clock til starter, A. II Uia-hurpresident of the Ht. I.oula Aero club, officially roleased tho first struggling- ulr craft. At IntervnU of flra minutes thereafter, until the last balloon cleared tho ground, a contratant wna set free This Is an elimination contest to select two pilots to rprvsut tho United States In the James Gordon Huiinett cup race, which starts from Kansas City Octolrr 5. In that rac, which Is an international event, thrra pilots, the two leaders In tho national meet and Alan It llawiey, will aall under the Btars and Stripes. Hawloy piloted the America II. to victory In tho Dennett cup race last year by making a niaht of 1.171 13100 miles Into the Canadian wilds On account or this performance he Is rllftihln to 0y In tha International contcat this ynar without making a preliminary trip. Tho entries In the national race foln t, inc icnow wno uougiu or the one who wishes he had bought? You must net quick if you want to be the first one. Buy from Russell son. Yours truly, John- Q. B. Bond Last Warning, Ordinance Governing the Operate of Automobiles In Hickman, Ky Tho City Council of the latv Hickman, Ky., do ortLUu tut folio. TJiut U rdutll be unlawful (or at. automobile to Ikj driven oil the of Hieknian, Ky , at a greater in-- ; limit tvWo uilWn an hour, ex , Ihut tiiion Clinton BtMet and Ja i mmi Street In Hlckinan, Ky . the n at whU'it an automobile slull Ik di en uludl not eirw.l e4ttt Utiles hHir, nnd Uie rale at whluli an au luoblle tiliull be drheu down hill Lu not xcee alx ufl au hour That it nliull iv uuLivtful fur aw autoiiHibllo to be drlvwi on iu mroetu of lUnkman, Ky., efler thut VtUtiotK ut leaM ouo headlight liuit lug. iHmt It shull be unlawful for ".' uuttuiKitiile to appnwutli any or any turn In the Mr. in Uie City of HUkinan, K) . vh. km gttliig sigiuUs at least O.NK Hi lillhaj FMBT before appornchlng .: .. j nMUii4; Any pentou vloUung any of a. tteotlouA of Uils ordinaire itliall "l oiirl4tiou bo fliked not lei tbu KIVK uor more Ulan Mt TV l)OIflKa. Tho Uly .MnrubaJ Is hereby dlr- -i UOIJim ed Hpeilally to oitforrc the provtslew of 4hbi onllitance. The above ordinance was p.vrHl h tlte Ulty CuiiimUI on Uio tUi tlay i April, 1910, but Uie enforcement it Iioh boon aontowlial overloik-Hut owing to the carelem and r i hvM inaiiitatr in wldcJi some opemlcn hnru been driving theJr cars, I Uk. Uila of giving all a fair va lug, and hereby givu notice tlutl onllnance will be rtt;ldly firctl. TIiIh notice la not fur t OllllUlt Fi:i.U)V It meaim YOl JOHN WltlfUIT, City Maraltal i nu-tu. DR. 1 0. Graduate of Chicago Vet. College 1893. Olficc Card of Thanks Wo tako Uils method of thanking those who were so kind to us during the recent illness and death of Land and father. May Cod's blessings compensate you for kind favom awl symjiailiy bo richly bestowed. Is our prayer. Mrs. C. A. Holcombe and children. Tho State Flro Marriial's report for 1910 shows Uiat Fulton county lost 11 bulldlngB by fire last year, 2 brick 9 frame; value $40,00; insurance carried $23,775; leaving a total loss of .127,675. ' The official majority of W. A. Frost 548 and in s in Craves county Kid. J. T. McKlmlck, of Nashville, Hickman county 251, making a total will begin a serkw of itermoiiH at Mt of 799. Jlormoii Christian Church nt Statu Line, the fifth Sunday ln July, at II Frankfort, Jiwlso Kd O'ltear, of a. m. The meeting will continue Inthe Ropubllcan nomination for definitely. Ilro. McKlssk-comes Governor at tho Iulsvillo conven-4oas ono of tho txtst pulpit yesterday. omtors In the South. There will be Tho drouth Is getting to be sorlous. Hpeelal inline at each night nervine. Unless wo have rain within tlio next Mich and every one lias a Hpeelal week, early corn will be ruined nnd invitation to attend tlieso services wpmrcM will begin to drop from tho niMl take part in tho meeting. cotton plants. IUiuumler tlio date 5th Sunday In July, at 11 a. in. Thirteen deaths were the number of unfortunate victims on tho 4th of July niul that was much smaller than On Serious Charge, usual. In most places tho day passorderly. ed quietly and k n D. C. Norman, tho aged father of The State Committee will canvass W. H. Norman, of Fulton, died July .tho votes ln the primary on July 20 2, following a stroke of paralysis on nnd issue certificates to those candiSunday. He was In his 7Gth year an dates who wore nominated. Possibly had lived In Fulton for a long time. iwe will learn the number of votes Two now postal savings banks are cast n tho county on that date. to bo established in this end or Uie The State Senatorial committee met Btate this month, ono at Mayfield at Muyfleld Monday and declared W. at Fulton. nnd the other Sen tho nominee for Sam Cleaves and Aubrey Humphries residents of tho upper bourn, were r arrested last week by Shorlff Goal-do- Call Rogers when that nag gets tho colic. Ho guarantees to cure. Both phones, Hickman, Ky. Don't forget our special offer oim StudcDakcr and Tennessee wagons. Hickman Hdw. Co. A. Frost State ator. They allowed him a majority Hlctotn New stock of belting, all sizes. Hdw. Co. of 798, without hearing from Fulton county. A member of tlio committee says; "there was no ovldence before the conmm'r- - Uif.t a primary haul been h 3d In Fulton county, although Miss Mary Klmbro returned last tun, rt t irns should have been ln by July 10th." What do you think of week from a several weoks stay with relatives at CrutcltfleU. that? Johnson on churgo of detaining a girl under tlio ago of 16 years, and landed In the county Jain. They have been bound over to await tho action of the grand Jury. Tlio girl In the case is a daughter of Jack Long, a farmer of tlio uppor ibottom near Oakton. The boys will have to face a pretty hard fight, its This Is a felony nnd tho utato claims to havo a strong caso against them. Friday nfternn, wiillo getting out Cuttl F. M Ilynn dl.il Inst night at of the biwy at the homo of her K::i0 In a UsilrivlUe hoHpltnl. 'ftibor-viiUihIdaughter, Mrs. IOdita sfiaw, on Sattha-fni- s of the thront Ih given as the lUdge, .Mm. Val Onrjx'nter hnil aiifle of cleitli. the nrisfortiiuo of getting her ttttt anHe had been thcv fof tho iwist ten kle broken. The horse gave a start, days for trenunnnt. otiiwlng the accident. The break Is Copt. Hyatt was captain of the Str. a serious one ami Mrs. Carpenter will Meligel Ilox (To., iiik! Imd resided In not be able to walk for n month or Illckman nlvut three years. He nnd n.ore. by nil who Ms gtMMl wife were lov-Another one of the Mhwlsslin.l Val- - know them. His former homo wm Jey TrnnsixirtaUoii Company's now Cloverjwrl, Ky. steel barges ixuwed Illckman yester FurUior iwirtlculnra next week. day morning on -- lie r way up the riv er. The i'oniiay will, for Uie pres-ouoiiersite two tinreo each wnv nor Killed With Club, Jiionth between St. and New Orleans. A third barge Is tied up nt I'lltsburgh. but will bo nut In servlco Ouy Uonaldson, a Illckman negro, as soon nsUiey can got enough water better knowji as "Dljunkus." ago to float her out. Tow boats ami oUi17 years, v,u struck on the or barges are under construction. head with a heavy club mid Instantly Tlio colored church workers are killed hiBt Thursday. The wlolder of holding two conventions bore Uils the club was ono John Moore, anothweek with Pleasant Hill Uuptlst er' nogro boy, who managed to innko Officers havo failChurch. Tuosdny and Wednesday Uio u good district U. Y. P. V. coiivanUoij, com- ed to lorn to him thus far. Tlio details are moagro. Itojiorts prising all Uio Qreen Valley, was in session. Tho lenders woro Hov. A. .ue that the boy lintl a flat ami skull M. Samuels, of Fulton, prctident; V. encounter a short tlmo beforo the L. Llndor, secretary, and Stato Organ kl lug, said trouble being tho outher, J. Francis Wilson. Today and come of tho dual nttcnUona bestowed tomorrow ill bo given to the district iiK)ii a "yalla gal." HoUi boys worked on D. 11. Wilson's Sunday School convention. Presiding on Uils occasion are Pros, I N Smith ibottom farm, a fow mllcu below Hick-jnn- n Interesting nnd C P Northcross, at which pluco the trouble "Uljunkus" will bo remem and elevating prog nuns were prepared for boUi convenUous and a largo bered ub iorter for Uio Lyric last number of visitor are ln attendance. year. t. got-awnd at Slevo Stahr's Livery Hum BOTH PHONES 194 h Residence Phone, Cumti. Calls promptly answered night tlay. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. Murloy I toper nnd children last week. oi ' Ited In town Frank Smith niul Leslie Hrlco will glvo an Ice cream supper tomorrow night on tho Itldge, at the foot of No S chute. Mrs. KcJiiInn J. Kenrbv. of Crutou field, announces tho npf reaching maH nago of her daughter. Jennie Hi;a both Keitrby, to Harney Hurg, of Cti tralla, III., tho wedding to tako place July 20, 1911. Uist Friday afternoon, Miss Thelma Ilaltzer ontorUilned a number of h'r irloiuls at Hook In honor of !'' r guestn, Albwes Kato Wataou Heckliam and .Mary Ullznboth Murphy, of Union City. Ileo was served as Uio guest arrived, later cream and enko. Floyd Nnylor mado a flying trip homo July 2, nnd loft next day for New Orleans whero ho has a por tion aa civil engineer with tho Now Itailroad Orleans, Great Northorn Co, Wo nro glad to see Uils doaerv lug young man climbing up in tbc rnn'ks of Ida profession. Ills present address U BosToJouiw, La, j CUPID &$Mif LAYS pwLvR m Kfsy s..ANn f OKki iX SIDE i Practical Fashions A NOVEL DRE3SINQ SACQUE. HAND-PAINTE- D CARDS REMEMBRANCES FOR PRETTY v THE NATAL DAY. Nothing More Welcome Can De Of. fered Friend Than Something That Is One's Own Work Two Good Designs Here. Perhaps you number among your friends or relations soma ono who lias a birthday this month. If bo, let mo suggest that you send a handmade birthday card to tho ono who Is growing old. Tho simple drawings beforo you should bo traced on cards or paper.' THE DARTS T.i NC .3 ', fef HP Another - V TAKES Weapon III UPID recognizes another factor one or higher potentiality and realizes that in his affairs there must be money. Why don't you start to save now; so you will be ready when cupid calls. c Cut fifcM 1W, Vr C. n. Zl.rio " C..-.N- .. 2 5236 17 " palutnd, and an appreciative verso written as your good wish. Pale yellow and green can be used on the bordor of tulips. Tho llttlu verse should be written at tho top. The sldo arrangement of ribbon and rones la another style. Dluos and pinks and yellows can bo used. tho real colors need not be ad" hered to strictly. Any delicate effect will do. Then there is a card with the trees In bloom. Palo greoa, covered with pink blossoms, gives n lovoly etfocU "bios-soniy- 1 With dollcato colors they should be 1 rm nor cow r si isnr tuiumjiz .rou kiru o h c r riin-r- , UK I OK OIIUK ( SlIIOKI l tOlt MISIIJM ITS mm i i.srmuT to l III KINO JC mi vr sji rsmroi HIT II 1NC,t OF C tirrrr with sr nwHiurr is jiir. fOUHIS tflON oifiK riir ntsiNtJs m on h nn an kiin(. roiK in it sii on nriimr ii sn ok PKirtrt. lllrl HICKMAN BANK AND TRUST CO. Cvfa50.000Og.SVnt3a500g8 The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. STAYS IW-iu- Tlio dreading aacquo la tho garment of luxury and also of olld comfort. Thuro la no reiuon why It should not be both ornami-titn- l and easy nt tho amo time Tho Knrment llluatratod la cut with tho now- peasant shoulder, thero being no snama whuro thoalcovo la attached to the yoko sections. Tho lower portion of tho sacquo ta Joined to tho uppor part at about tho lino of tho bust nnd from this point It hnngs loosely In both front and back. Tills Htylo would be protty In a plain coah-mor- mmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi Remember Two Things WHEN YOU PAINT . IN BED FORTY ho w YEARS. prnvnntrd by btf father from inarrylns; Iho girl of till cholcti, Jimiih 1'luiumnr of Milton, N. II bo retnnlned In bed 40 yeirs Til woman ho loved In dead, hut Iho old in mi hiui not lieen told. In fnct. ho rrfimwl to MiHHik to Ikt from thn day when ho sold to hU fntbur: "Hlnco you will not h't mo hnvo hor, I h.iva no other ambition and may ai well spend tho real of my Itfo In bed." JoHo continued In seph wont to bed bed day after day, week after week, yenr after year, until the sensation of hta conduct waned and bo becainn mora or loss of nn Institution In Milton Ilia mother and father havo Now two brothers, died !oth well along Inbliyear, and both bachelors, keep tho Hummer household, which la a prosperous one, and lake care of "Joo, BUILD THEIR CHURCH IN DAY. Interesting and unique erent took place tho other Saturday near flnry, Ind After singing a hymn In the wools In the early morning, 100 volunteer, member of Glen I'ark church, set atxiut building a church edifice, and completed their taak the day waa over. At uoon they adjournod to a neighboring school-bouse- , where an old faahlonod country meal waa served, known a a "Hallelujah" dinner. Ily fire o'clock tho roof whs finished and only the Interior re- -, malned to be dono. Hundreds of peo-plwatched tho construction of tho building, arriving In automobile, buggies, and wagons, and lingering until tho work waa completed, Services wero held In tho church noit day. An bo-for- n o with tho edgos acalloped or bound In ribbon. It will also sorvo Simmons-Aus- tin. for flnnnet, challla, aateon and other fabrics. Tho pattern (6236) la cut In alzea 32 to 42 InchcR bust moasuro. Medium Oil Friday evening. Juno 30th , Minn alio require ly, ynrds of 44 Inch maDaUy ifonmoim hmI Auatiii, two terial, with 4 ynrds of edging and 3 'A young miiI ikf thbi rtty. were iiii4 yarda of ribbon. ly nmrrtoil l the home (f Mrs ' T To procure this pattern send 10 cents lioikdiirniit Mm Aiuttn, vftut luut been to "JMltern Department," of this papor. nuiUbu; Iut horn at .Mm. llomliirtin Writ name ant address plainly, and be for awnd moiillw, Iiam been In Hick- sure lo Klve utte and number of pattern. man for rirnl yetir, iumI Iiuh a Ihiw miinlmr of friHul tnr. She NO. 5236. SIZE. t In n youiiK lady of ndtulmJile qunlltJeti NAMR.... Mr Aiuttin Ih nn employ of the Men TOWN llox Coiniwuiy mid a worthy joiihk t.l Th creimwiy wr preformed limn BTIIEBT AND NO (I V. Wilson, On Sat unlit) RTATE wmUii: they left for CnmtherHville on Itcivt le to npoiid a few- day with AiiKtlii'n sinter, MrH. K. IkiwHt Don't fall to boo our lino of ornaTliey will wnko their home In Went mental locks and hlneea. Something Hickman. now something nlco. Hojnolds-Mo- a Ili-e- d by-llv - The paint is small part of the cost. ing that counts. It costs less to It's the paint . , 2. put on good paint than cheap, be cause it's made better. If you use De This Is a delightful llttlo orchard to send to your friends. Tho wreath and ribbon can be done In a favortto color. Yellow and pale green, pink flowers, white and gToen with colored ribbon are suggestions for coloring. Hero are aome little versus to Inscribe : Th daisies peep from every field. The violets sweet odor yield; The'purple blotiom palnta the thorn. The stream reflects the blush of mora The newborn May, Aa OTadled yet In April's Up she lay. Morn In yon Mesa of orient sky. Sweet May! Thy radiant form unfold. And wave thy shadowy locks of (cold. Sota Paint you Set the best results at least cost. You will remember the high quality long after you have forgotten the cost. Color cards and pamphlets furnished free. REYNOLDS, MOSS & CO. Give it a trial. We also carry Oils and Varnishes He Co. John Ke1io wns W CnJro of lant week. Jixi Hvorly, twit ilayn lout wtHik. WodneH-(In- ) of Medlay, wh hero GIcvMonco, of Holmout, here lnt weok on busliuvm I J. was M1h Jultn Jnckson returnrl loat Ilowiinl Moore viw In Union City wix'k from two weeks tny nt Mont couple of ilnyw butt week. enli, Tfliiu. Ilnrry Judgo, of New Mndtid, droe Terrell Sulllviin roturiKsl nnt wook from n Uu wrok'H lil nt hl old throiiaji tti Illokman Friday In liifi Hebe's here. May ta here! The air le fresh and sunnyi now tmirlii cor. hnma In Mnyfloht. are busy And the mlier-bee- a Hoardlnr rolden honey. Wo can show you any firnde of Mrs. M. AiiiIkti: roturniHl last week Wreaths for the May: for wall pnpvr you want at a wry from a lalt lo hor daiiKhter. Mm Ciiy Today shall all her dowry happy - spring bringprlco. Kelho & French. Itolihina ntul family, at Mayfiohl. The love of kind, the Joy, the Eraoe. mod-erato Tie like the birthday of the world. When earth waa born In bloom. The light ts made of many dyes. The air U all perfume. :fr ' 'JjbgK Dahuko'a Cream 11 read V. 8. Mixn wcus In Villi IUIrp a IWilt7er wont to Cairo Tiu Hilay rn the llccw a'i to nltoml few days ln4. week with hW family n mlloiiM IHIitH n'turniiiK Wrilnoailny who wero visltliu; Ir. ami Mrs II K It.vjal on tho Rtnckcr phono 74. Dr I.. I' Hymen of element and raoe. Uverlea For thee, sweet month, the rrovea green ff not the orst. the fairest of the year.! wear, lo At Home or at the Laundry work can be made much lighter and quicker if the electric current be employed 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 will save you much labor, much time and not a little money. Dr. Bell's AntisepticSalve Good for all Skin Diseases. Shirt Specials Shirts With 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 Hugh Oliver is spemlliiK a fowdays with homo folks in MeiuphiH. II. C. Oarrott, funoral director and embalmcr, with St. Louis Furnishing Co. Mfc Ky , Kduliina Somtira, of WiclUlffo, hi Uio euobt of hor aunt, Mra. Travln. Mlaa Fnuiklc Peuvlor loft Saturday of last wook for Memphis to take a 'buKlnotw cotirso. On Saturday afternoon of la.si week, from four to six, MIhs DoLUo Davidson entertained a number oX frlomLs at IUmk In honor of hor gtietU, MIhh-- o Mary White and Cora Horry, of Woodland, and Mhw Luetic l'eutherw-ton- , of New Orleans. Thuro were flvo tahlex. Puiieh wiis kvn-it- l aa tin Kiie.stH an-ic- l and mints during the KaiiK'S. Itcfn'shmcnUs, cako and lioath cream wero served. Tho gtiuits wero MlHfM.tj IJerry and FoatherMon, Leah Uarry, BcrtJo May and .Magaleo Itico, Hazel Johubon, Myrtlo Walker, Aunlo Cowglll, Charlotte Hubbard, Ireno Faria, Ituth liUibon, UoLUo DoUow, HIIbo Luten, lletm llioiutiboii, Ulliau CUioato, Uonulo Carpenter and Fuqua. Mar-fiueri- to Hickman Ice & Coal Co. (Incorporated) "A LITTLE LIGITr 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 ycurare not protected" by fire insurance, and in good companies, your labor has been in vain, your family is homeless and your gone. is:333a-3xr3ax-v COME IN AND LET ME SHOW YOU TIME TABLE C, M. &. Q. R. R. 9 (Effective Juno 4, 1911) Leavo Arrive Leavo Arrive Leave Arrive Lenvo Arrive lilokmau 5:30 a. m. Dyersburg 8:30 a. m. Hickman 2:00 p. m. Dyersburg 5:00 p. m. Dyersburg 9:00 a. m. Hickman 12:00 noon Dyersburg 6:30 p. m. Hickman 8:30 p. tn. O. U. R038, AgUkt. sMl "lf -- A.. 33. can protect your home and business by insuring you in good companies, he represents good companies only. Phone No. 51 Office in LnCledu lluililing. eiiinimnTimnnmmnin Commercial Appeal and Hickman Courier 1 yr. $1.25 Lin.1; MMa Giving :::::il:f j.. . :::; .14. im in $ The Courier's Weekly Sermon A V-'ll- ft y aVVNTUlt UlshKU. T t ".:.LX wfrv'V., t i Vs'3itt'.Hi.tf'. SUBMIT 'ri&uMi: Ky. Lump Goal s Baby a "Bath 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. RICH MAN IN HELL, LAZARUS IN BOSOM Paator Ruieell Dleagreee With the Ordinary Interpretation of Jeeue Word ai Irrational Hs Offers a Noval Subttltute Which Nevortheleae Fits Well to the Narrative Order Out of Confuilon la tho Verdict of Many Winnipeg Henrore. Winnipeg. Cnnn-tin- . July Itusxcll delivered two inldrvMic here ortnj which will never Ih forpttten. even by tbosu who did not commit themselves fully ns endorsing hl every uttcrnncu We report ono of his stor 4.50 M" Let me save you money on your coal. s Are You i woman 0 i STAHR STEVE PHONES DOTH forth the fruits thereof ' 'I he rich man's Imuntlful tabto rep resented the glorious promises which wer theirs primarily, and grunted to iHHiple until nfter they had re 110 otlii-and rnicHled llltn. ft lerled l to this table and iimtoi Paul the Prophet. Hajllig. "IaM their table Ultimo a Imp and a snare and a rtvoni'iie unto them. The .lettlsh nation ha Ucn a lead nation since Unit time It Is In nrtdr. the tomb. Hut this Implies Its resiir rectlou In due time, for the figure of tho tomb, sinfr. does not rvpniwiit a perjetuar condition, but a temixrury one, from which Messiah v. Ill giant s release, nnd i(lw will U destroyed. Dlvet In Torment. nut the Ninthli dwlnres thnt Dives How itiuld till U. wn In torment: HlgiillleM seeing that the v.rd nl nwloiw tn the death Htute. Hie We answer llml uhtlonally dltlonT they iin tlesd or hMivi but as u iKt It U a pie the) are er 111111I1 itllti' sullerinp n MtiiJe Hint the) Iwte In- - torluri-- s tit hTht. ull'Hi diirluu tl" .itt elKlileeu (Vlilurli'H. Idle n a lis Hon ili- - fxtvv Utn denil hurlitl. and nre Hwniilng a llii ot whhh tin- - .r.-"JtiHtsin Is su Niltnno r u 1 Hl Cardui The Woman's Tonic EL I Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. Both Phones Mo. 73 A. M. TYLER Attorney-ut-Lnw the text. -- And In hell he lifted up his eye. beliiR In torments, and will Mirnhnm nfar off nnd Lninru In his Addressing bnom" (Liikn svl, 2.11 WHY WE HAVE NO LITERATURE the pulillr miller the nufplres of the luternntlonnl llllile Students Asocla-tlou- . he hiiIiI- - Writer Says It Is Decauie Wo Don't IteiilUIni; Hint n crent runs nf niier-tllluNeed It and Have No nnd ernineoiiH Interprrtntlnti of Audience. Mr. Bryoo, In his American Com (Soil's Word netN n nn to hide the Heavenly eyes earth-bor- M I'AjTOK KHISSfjQ (lUeournes from and Notary Public cloud Will practice in all Courts of the State. $ SO our lienrtH n hunuerlm; and crying for. hut I enimot accept It fircause of Hie lmltt Word re;netliiK tho Itlch Mnn mid IjirnriM " Literal or Parabolio, Whlehf K our text he h sttitement'of lllersl facts then all the facts must be taken literally This would mean that ho . KELLY nuioa certain mnu was rich and fared Iwuntlfully nnd wan clothed In purple JJttorney t-Law and fluu llneu ho would go to all etcr nlly of tonnent, without a single charge Clinton, Kentucky made agnlnut him along ) the linen of murder. Injustice or Onf tenth of U fttl to OirUHtnltt. for In the aeeoiint nothing of the kind appears Furthermore, nothing l hnld of the poor man as being s gndlr mnu. hut merely that he was MMr. full of nores which tho dogs licked himI iite the offal from the rich man's table If thp lo the grounds upon which nuy of 111 have hoH) for eternal bliss, -- ASK FOR RATES- Hiirel.v n mmpamtlvely numll numlior OHM elnlin It Did we ever hnvo anch etHTlenresJ If not. what ground have W. J. McMURRY e. neeorillng to this teaching, for a Attornsy-at-Lshope of Ahrnhnm's lKomT The "rleh man" of the parable reprr-senteOffice la Davis Building on corner. Hie .lenlsli nation The flno Hickman, Ky. linen he wore represenltnl the typical Jiintlfl'Mtloii grnntiil thnt nation under DR. C. M. CRUTCHFIELO. the Ijiw Coteunul mnile with Israel at Dentist Ml Hlnnl The rleh man's purplo pictured the rot all) which belonged to 3. I)Tldon'a ol4 stand. Paoae No. Jesus Inrnel nn (loirs typical kingdom lUckBiaa, Ky. tiiin kingdom dignity as still A Cough, A Cold Ami then no telling what unless you belonging to that nation when he said: us Dr. Boll's It Is "The Kingdom rIuiII be tnken from HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. the lxsjt, ask your ncighlxr. Look for jnil and Im glien to n nntlon bringing Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Um isoll on U10 Dottle Sold everywhere. 8 Plus 20, day or nlxnU i Hlckaaa. Ky. Qettlng Out the Strength. Among the applications for the oookshlp In a Richmond household THE ELECTRIC STUDIO was a rather dashing yellow girl. Everything In Photography Tho lady of the house was rather doubtful as to the ability of tho Stylo, Quality and Prices Right mulatto, and therefore propounded Next to Prlco House more than the usual number of questions to her. Borne were fairly satis W. F. MONTGOMERY factory; but when the Interrogstories Undertaker touched the question of making tea, the negotiations were declared off. Hearse and drivers furnished on "How long do you boll teat" snort sotlce. "Well, ma'am," said the girl, "dafs matter of tasto, ain't It? Homo folks By lakiiijj Lydia E. Pinkham's bCes It longer, an' some shorter.' W00DLAWN DAIRY Vegetable Compound "But you do boil -A. H. Lest, Proprietor. , Oert'n'y, ma'am. I biles U. Tho following; letter from Mrs. I always thought dat two Orvillu Hock will pruvo liow unwlsu 11 dairy In The only hours was long nough to bile any it is for wotiieu to Hiibinit to tho Fulton County. tea. To' kin git de stren'th outer any dangers of a, Hiirgical nier.itioti when kind of tea in dat time." Llpptn-- , it 111,'iy lie avoided by taking Ljdla E. I'iiikhain's Vegetithlu Coiiimiiiik1. cotTa. ,S1i vivHlHirtve'k.Hlu Office with Judge B. T. Davis SMITh Business Directory wealth, calls attontlon to tho fact that Americans havo a way of deprecating thomsolvos, n habit by which appar ently they Intend to forestall any sil One American, In vered criticism. talking to an English friend about Amorlcsn Institutions, will tell him conndontlally that the? are not what they ought to be; will, In fact, point to the national defects with the air To outsiders ho of a connoisseur. will talk Impersonally and deprecat-lnsl- y enough about his own country; to Insiders he will storm and scream at some of Its orylng defects; but the Idea that tho Constitution Is not permanent never enters his head. la the meantime, the. never understands JUnertest ft at true that m criticising America he Is likely otten to hit the nail upon Ore head, hut never understands the real spirit back of the race. It is likely to be said of our literature, for example, that it U not a literature at all, that the thing which we aro pleased to call literature la dominated by commercialism and is too hastily done. That Is probably true; but the real reason is that we If there were have no audlenoo. enough people to demand a literature we should not lack for geniuses to supply the demand. But the truth la that we do not neod a literature. Why should w attempt to produce ono. when we can havo the benoflt of so many others f When the time comes, If oar coal mines and forests hold out. we shall make a literature of our own possibly Just for tho fun ca doing H. n Ena-ttshma- eontlnunlly niMrcssuiy of this hnrrler riinenii'l nimln. niter delUerlnR nnnfl dn setilnir forth the Divine Plan of the Aget from the llllile Htandolnt. I have Imvii npprnnehed by ChrlHtlnim who gnld. "Wlmt ou wiy. Pnxtor llus 1 of fnltli. lf to the Father from our iiirn ti.eu .inn- S UnM-l'- i ell. I elleerlliK. OimI like. Jiwt Whnt ml Hl1.11 Khali take tiM-l- r Was-nheui- reni-hlu- amongst tho surrounding nations, noiiiil iU a like proMrllon. represent "Thej have Mso laV the brethren and the plepltets. let them boar fAtti" This niiWtt not h HptillOllble to uuy ex eept Israel, tor they alone had Mose and the protthrtH Finding the Laiarut Clait. IjirjiriH repres4ntitl n Ood fearlut loss outside lie uile of Judaism eer tnln Ceutlles. eonrerulug one of whom Jesus tuild. 'l hate not found so great faith, no. not In Israel'" The Jetts were, In the habit ot of the (entile as "dogs " These could, st that time, eat onlv the rrtinib which fell fnun the Jewish table. Hut later tho Jews were cast off fnun favor dur Ing this Ago nnd the (Jentlles Instead. Hnch iUi to his previous con dltlnn (Luke xxl. 10; Itomnns xl. 1 ! ntlve4y nnd Willi .he Mtwhtnlc Kltlgiltim i'irli as Its earthly nnd vUlMo ifstMitsllve- s th.- - two trtUM. Juilsh nnd Hen In the "rtrh Jsinln. fr nmn." the other ten trlle. sentient! MistMhs glirhMis MhbIoiu its wer: MBd then vlli iMlbWHi resurrect ln. for "'" The Everything You Want ar- - t Grocery Snow Flnke Flour. Beit Ments in the city, fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Good, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of nil kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. rt rvpri-Hfiite- d Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74: y. Doing hard work In a bent rtorj (Ntsltion (tubs n stitch In the Itack that Ib I Kill if 1. If the muscle haVi become stmlmsl, jou iwn't Bt rid of It without lirlp. Tho grtsit piTnHratinK owor of IIALLAHD'S SNOW I.INI MKNT will npixsd to jou uurtt ntnmg ly at such time, beeaiiM) It Is the tery u netsl. Price Sfic. f.Oc nnd OdiiK $1.00 nor boUlo. Bold by Hickman Drug Co. 4 I UK 11 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ft JJ Wi f 'r-- ff rhTMII INIIKIi U TOM DILLON. Sr., Prop. KiicrMir to II II lltli.niftttr ilrrriwull Marble and Granite WOMEN MAY AVOID The Msln Thing. "No man can mako himself great by getting upon n houso-tonnd yell-Ins- ; that ho Is a woudor.' "Pcrhnps not, but by doing so ho can mnko a good many people think' bo Is great, and that, after all. la the main thing." Unreasonable. "Does ho tnko a lively Interest In tho puro food crusade?" "No. You could hardly expect him to do that." "And why notT" "He's a baker." Rich Mmmr Win Monuments tUKHINU, STONE WORK OF ALL HLH imb 'ilr'Tfii miilu, iaun rr.ni Hickman, ri. Kentucky JssXTeTTfl' OPERATIONS Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, II. M. IHl.Klt II. T. HAVIH Dr. J M. IltHIIIAIll) rtr KENTUCKY J.J.O. ItONIItUtANT Pus-Bun- lr, Street Gowns. IHUKirrnitH B. G. Hale Real Estate We have several fine tracts of Bottom Land, below Hickman, for sale, also some West Hick, man lots for half their real value Now is the time to invest in real estate in and around Hickman. You can see prices growing. Call on or address me at Hickman. Business Phone No, 15 but they yield Just as readily to treatment with Dr. Uoll'ft Sold ovorywhurc. Look for tho Bell 8 on tho UoUlc. Both Had Qrlevanoes. Arc tluiliiisjiilal tlmn before. IIr Ih lier own HtAtotneiit. Summer Colds l'aw 1'aw, Mich. "Tho years ago harder lo relieve tlian winter ones I Buffered very severely with a dls- nutl cnnio Ikiiiio buffering- uorrtu - .: ;iy-t- ; t&v-vMtra- W Qq if -' -- vr & First Professional so and, old man? am Humorist Why At;- Humorist I Second Professional the only ono who takes myself seriously. "That's nothing. I am the only one who takes niysolf humorously. Life. r'.. . it v and I did Today I am well and strong Who hns tried Dr. IJoII'b for coueim, colds, rlp or any In every home where la a baby and do all my own housework. I owu my health to Lydia K. there should also ho a bottle of Mc- Vegetable Compound nnd rinkham's throat or bronchial trouble. Out a advise my bottle today. Look for tho Hell on ORB'S BABY ELIXIR. It may bo friends who aro alllicted 8 neodftd at nny tlmo to correct Bour femalo complaint to try with any tho HoUIo. lirs. Homacli, wind colle, diarrhoea or sum Ouvimk Hock, It. It. No. 5, it." Paw, l'aw mer complaint It Is a wholesome rem Jilichlgan. edy, contnlna no opium, morphlno or Don't forgot to ronew your subIf you aro ill do not drag along Injurious drug of any kind. Price 2Gc an ojiuratlnii is necessary, but at until scription to the Courier. Tho paper onro and f.Oc per bottle. Sold by Hickman take Lydia E. riukliam's Vfgutablo stops when the time la out no ex5 - j: I'lnkhaui'fl JUL 'b' I piaccment. 1 could not lie on my feet for .1 long time. Aty pliysician t rented 1110 iorBoven months nithmit iniieh rclli-and at last sent mo to Ann Arbor for an operation I was there four weekHimd enmo home suffering uorso man berore. My mother advised inn in irv I villi f With the exception of a very few costumes, Btroot gowns In the present season are matters of such elaboration as to mako thorn particularly difficult to describe In a class by thoniBolvos. o To bo sure, thoro aro numbers of costumes composed of a skirt and a coat for which a wnlst must bo designed unless the shirtwaist Is resorted to; but tho mnjorlty of street costumes of today represent nn under-dres- s of great richness, especially at tho top, with a coat thut Is modifying-lplain, perhaps, but not nocuHsurlly so. Thoro aro charming cotton vollu walata offered for use with tho skirt- and coat costume, nnd novel chiffon waist tops for tho plainer complete undordrussos. Harper's Uazar. two-ptecy IIKNHY HANOKH riHO.ll.TltltKl.KKl.il T.A.l.KI)Kl)lll) We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS J J. O. IIONIIUIIANT. 1'reil.lent j. A, THOMPHON, II. O ItAMAOK, Aii'l Oimhler ra.blrr i. LAUNDRY -- AT- Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey For Couijba and Colds. Veiri-tnhti- i (Viinnnim.1 Every Body Satisfied DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N For Intomal and External Pains. Bradley & Patau's J Drug Co Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices Tuko' that proscription to Holm & l'uro drugs, quick sorvlce, rousonablo prices. ICIllsou. T.A .Wl, u. Mm.n MH U1UL t.llt (M tUU Ull ..-- . Ulll Por, Iloynolda Mou eV Co., la For thirty years It lias been tho stanWater Coolers and lea Cream Frees i dard remedy for women's Ills, nnd lias Fly time Is hero; got screen doors Screen doors and fixtures at Ray. positively restored tho health of thouera. Bt. Louie Furnishing Ce. "sell! Go. Hold iiosa 4 C, of womuo. Wuy don't you tryit? at Reynolds Mom sands UferVeatV 1 Compound. ceptions. 1...n.IUWd. Free lee Water at H. B. CurUa's, TYYVYYYTTYYfTVTTYYVTTVY SAUCE IN CHEWING TOBACUU F. E. CASE & SON Staple and Fancy Grocerie? Hardware, Glassware nnd Tinwnre Flavor Qlven tho Wood by Lleortoe, Whlaky, Honey and Many . other Things. low man. "I make tho aaucos that give ua tmoklnic or chewing tobacco, aa a food chef makes, the saucoa which give us aolo colbort or poulet Creole. Take tbla dark, sweet. Juicy plug of 'navy brown,' so popular among the moro prosperous type of teamstora. Well, tho flavor of this plug Is duo to a aauco mado of sugar, licorice, whisky and honoy. "Hero li a mild, cool plpo tobacco that young oollego boya favor. Smell It Very aromatic, uhT Well, It has been stooped lu a aauco composed of tho essential olla of cttronella, berga-mo- t and cassia. "Hut It la when you coma to the high grado Havana cigar, tbo cigar thnt sells for 40 or CO cents, that you soo tho tobacco chef at his boat. Ha doesn't make his sauces then of such common Ingredlvnta aa sugar, berga-mo- t, llcorloe and so forth. No, be Thmakes them of bacterl favors of tho high grade Havana tobaccos depend, you are, entirely on their Kach tobacco undergoes a different furmentntlon and hero tho chef comes In. applying tho bacteria, or yoaats, which cause these fermentations, to the leaf. "Yea, tho tobacco chef of the highest type, tho ono who ferments Havana tobacco, handle the vurlous breeds of bacteria aa an ordinary chef handles popper and salt, mustard and rlovca and mace." - Practical Fashions GIRLS' DRESS. FULL SET OF UNDERCLOTHING Comfort 'and 8tyle In These Dainty Garmenta That Small Maid Will Appreciate. This the llttlo pottlcoat has the skirt edged with embroidery, headed by tucks and Insertion; It Is gathered to the bodice, that Is trimmed at neck with beading and embroidery, the armholes fine longcloth or, ronddnpollam; T am a tobacco chef," said tho UNDERTAKERS jSEmmmmmmmmmaammmmmmmmm sal- lltle set may be made up In EMBffLMERS I Standard Gas Engine Free Delivery Oil Phone 183 AAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAA.A AvtvA I St. Louis Furnishing Co. Incorporated t I'll I rT-ZTZ- ZZr .Cool and Refreshing II" 1 Our stock of Coffins and Caskets is complete. CowgilPs Drug Store e very-thin- nm WaHS where v'U will find litst-l.ii- s e usually served at a So J. i Fountain Miss some of the tweet things in life, lint tlon't mist the pleasures of a box of "Hcnjler ancly " Fr ule at offers aa excellent molul for a dress of general utility Tho bodice haa abort tucks at tho shoulder In front and long onos In tbu back, whtlo at tho nock thoro Is a pretty bhaped yoke and tab. Tho iklrt haa a panol (ront and for the balance Is plaited all around. Tho blah-oaleeve Is flnlihod with a cuff. A BACKACHE IS A WARNINQ Tory cffectlvo Idea la to uso tho liunn material for yoke, bolt, band nt hem and Hickman People Should Not Neglect Is cuff, while tho bolanco of the skirt of plaid or chock material. Tho Kldneya. Their pattern (5234) la cut in sites 6 to 12 years. Medium size requires 2 yarda of H Inch material, with lii ISnrknnlm la nature's most freuuut yards of 24 Inch contrasting fabric to signal of Wck or weakened kid tie) k. trim. To core the lulns and noliea, to thli pattern send 10 cent. the UinetietM ou must reach tho toTo procur Departmeat," of thla paper. "Pattern Uie kldnejg. If you havo pain Write nm end addrM. plainly, and be caim ure to give atxe and number of pattern. UtnuiMti the wimll of our bark, urln p TIiIh design certainly Our New Hearse is here. All calls answered promptly, day or night Day Phone No. 84: Night Phone No. 7 being fcathcr-stltcbcabove embroidery. Material required: IK yards 38 inches wide. The nightdress, combinations and chemise aro all cut square at the neck, which is outlined with beading threaded with ribbon and edged with embroidery. Tho legs of the knickers and combinations aro gathered to bands of Insertion edged with ombroldery Materials required: for tho nightdress, 2 H yards 3G Inches wide; for tho chemise, 1U yard yard 36 inches; for tho drnwers, 1 yard 36 inches; for the combinations, 2 yarda 36 lnchea. d Cowgill's Drug Store Rules forSprinkling, Tbo following ordlnauce U published for the benefit of persona using water In sprinkling- HULKS nud UKaUIJVTIONS WATKIt nud ELBCTKIC Dam's: Site 10. Horn for aprluk-Hus shall front ureas and of May to k..i uwd only from the the lit of November, from 7 to ! o'clock In llii" morulug. from 1 to 2 In ibo Afternoon, and from I to 8 Sprinkling o clock lu tbo etimluc. taunt bo confined to one' own front, and not extend boood tbo middle of tbo street, and to bo within rates lnch uoixle, uiuat bo only through of a larger noxxlo will subthe ue ject tho party using It to doublo rate Uao of a bono without uonle I (lawn or yard) Carder Hprlnkllng Is ono thing, Street Sprluk Hug In auulhor, and both must not be Indulged In unless both aro paid for according to rates." tor lUolf and Tho foregoing It la necdloM to aay that what was good for tho city la good ouough for ua. PLKASK UK aOVKHNKl) ACCOM) OOV-KIININ- O g aide-walk- lt pro-hibltr- nry Huonlem. headache, dlzxy spells, or are imtyoum and depruMd, start imiUnc the kidneys with a totted kidney remedy. The allghtcst symptom of ktduoy trouble may bo naturo'H warning of approaching dropsy, or fnlnl Ilright's dtoeaxo. Doan's Klduey I'illa should be used at Uie flrwt sign of dtoordor IVmn's Kklnoy I'llls are twMctall) for sick kldneya hao been curing kidney troublo for oor 76 years Ilnnd liut I lick man tuxtlmony. A. J. Hunslker. Kast Illekman, Ky., HajB "I cannot suy too inucli In praise of Duan'a KJilney I'llls aa they hud a wonderful offset UMtn me, I suffered for Home years from attacks of kidney troublo and at times thuro wwi a dull aulie aorotM Uio small of my back, which mado mo miserable. A uliort tlino ago l procure Doan'a Kidney nils at Holm & KlllHon'a lrug Store and through their uao fotiml enUro rollef from my troubles." For sale by all dealers. Price COc. Foster Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agenta for tho United States. Remember tbo name Doan'a and lake no othfir. NO. 6234. NAME TOWN BIZE.. BTIIECT AND NO STATE Thing. "That Miss Wllkle has completely lost her head over Ilobbltt," said . Bjonoa. "Well, that's good for Ilobbltt," re turned Bllteers. "If she lands hlnU ho'll save a lot of monoy on hats." A Good STOCKINGS FOR LITTLE ONES I I I I ' New Design Will Prove Boon for Wor 4j, rled Mothera of Healthy, Romping Youngstera. II II I l She Spoke of Tobacco. "Mrs. Itorer saya there Is more harm In tho frying pan than In tobacco." "There's nothing !n that that gives you an excua to smoko cbxarctUs " GIRL SWIMS17 MILES Dish of Ice Cream Her Only Restorative After Paddling Down the Hudson From Yonkera, New York. July 11 What Is considered ono of tho most remarkable distance swimming feats performed in rocunt yoars In New York waters haa ben accomplished by Miss Adeline Trap p. Miss Trapp, who Is 19 years old and wolgha 120 pounds, swam from the pier end of Yonkors down the Hudson to the foot of West Forty-seconstreot, a dlstanco of 17 miles. According to the chart tho course measures 15 miles, but In crossing and recrosslng tho river In order to get tho benefit of the moat adautagc5ii3 currents tho young woman stroked at least an additional two miles. Hor time for tho long swim was seven hours and seven minutes. Five minutes after finishing Miss Trapp asked for to cream, her only restorative. d aiK-'ftk- Easily Restored. ' rnmel'a hair and red sable brushes that have gotten out of ahape or curled can bo restored to their proper form by dipping first into hot and then into cold water. One Ja both an Inter-- j I)r Dell's Autl-falnol and external remedy. It Jh an ntillhoptlc remedy and dettlruya lisoaa Kerina. Sold erjwnere on a jxwi- a live Kuaranloo In n When tho summer cornea and the active boys and girls, filled with the test of life, are rolling hoops, jumping ropo nnd playing ball, garters do get broken and mothera are In despair not only because of this, but because of the big holes that the catches sometimes teat lu llttlo stockings. Now, however, a novel kind of hosiery has been put on the market ior the youngster, obviating all of this kind. These are nothing more or lefts 'than atocklngs which reach all the to the little waists, having a tatratght piece back and front, which da of clastic material, with button-.hole- s which button right 6nto the lit (tie underwalsts. Such hosiery Is not only practical. but prevents all possibility of the garter showing beneath small skirts or bloomers, and also serves to koop tho underwalst In place. ' The stockings como In brown and black and white dlffl-.cultlU-a- i n to iMr, m tit roKOI tOKkllT lltt I ' mil iFtxiRt hi is i iii of tnv sti rvur r.RoiiiM, mp oir VL 1S UlK till. H 1LM fit IIOIU ASl) IKI.t IT on H tin r st, alciil vr mm h.i son ,i 1Tin is 1 T4MNO inner IS IIKI TtklM, XIHM II I I II II S URSI IMPORT NT 1I II I I.I I f. hv.V.vj CONSISTTNT UITII SOUND D.1HKING II IKYf ULIUTT TOR PROSI'iT I ON Of rOLR HUSINFSS, t BANK AND TRUST CO l,iaau I HICKMAN fivtf50.Q0aoj.s,,ys3a500g tS '" ""5e Two J IfJa 1NGLT. HICKMAN ' 1CK A. COAL CO., J. T. Dillon. Mgr. See Our Agent Saad Salamy for high grade " M2Bs3& COAL OIL and GASOLINE Lowest prices and prompt delivery. Absolutely uniform. Ullnd Charity. "Whllo I think I am rather Incllnedi n Hvn vet I trr to bo discriminating,, not to glvo to every beggar with ani Idle and obviously untruo talo, nut, M hn nearalahted man to a NoWi York Bun reporter, "I recently fell' ImpulMvely for a story new to mo. " 'Hoia, said thla man aa ho looked at mo, Tve lost my spectacles and I'm trying to get together money enough to buy another pair.' "You know, If I ehould loso my apectaclos I should be lost mysolf, and on that story I gavo up without an- WIRE TRUST GETS DELAY Attorneys Representing Accused Wire Dealer Were Given Until September 1 to Amend Answer. rep- other thought" Aro eaally cured IJaglo Kyo Salvo. INDIAN REFINING CO. EVANSVILLE Chronic Sore Eyes with Sutherland's It Is palnlossnnd harmless and guaranteed. 26c a box. 8 Sold everywhere. A LOOK! LOOK! I furnish my medicines and guarantee a cure in... Mrs. Kawler Hut bow In tho world did you manago to hlro this flat when tho landlord Is so set against families Dotton Casuist Founders, Colic, Bots Ring Bone, Bone Spavin Curb, Fistula, Pole Evil Weak Eyes, Sharbon nnd Lockjaw. with children? Mrs. Smart I told him my children wero all underground. Mrs. K. Hut thnt was cr Mrs. S. Oh, It was qulto tru You poo, at tho tlmo I told him, I'd sent the chlldron riding through the Evening Transcript When joti feel lary, out of ports an yawn a good deal lu Uie daytime, you widen I own my hospital and am ready for oii ohargo It to a torpid liver full of liaii allowed tho system to get business. Impurities HKIUUNE cures all disorders produced by an Inactive liver XSotlx It strengthens that organ cleanses tho bowels and puts, tho system In good healthy condition. Price 60c. Bold by HICKMAN, KY. Hickman Drug Co. riionoM .1.R9fES(Veterinorian Now York, July 11. Attorneys resenting the olTlcurH nud dh colors of work can be made much lighter and the Fine Magnet Wire conip.iin. the Copper Wire romp.ni, the TelUnited quicker if the electric current be emephone Cable association nnd tba ployed to do the hard work. Washing InHorkcshoo Manufacturing coinpaii), dicted on charges of consplrnej In machines can be run by a small motor, of trade, wore glen until Making Pipings. electric irons can be operated by a cord clungo their pleas of uot 1, to As pipings aro so fashionable and guilty or to prepare demurrers to tho to any electric light socket. Have us 'form a part of the finish of almost Indictments In tho federal Court. gown, it is well to know how every show you how the current we supply Man Held for Murder. they should bo mado. For a quarter will save you much labor, much time Union, Mo., July 11 John Heads, 'of an Inch piping cut the material Into who Is suspectett of having shot A H. bias strips an Inch and a quarter and not a little money. Small, on the Mernuicc, 15 miles south .wide, and for wider pipings Incrense arrested, and Is in jail thov width accordingly. Fold these of Union, was at Union. No dato has been sot for strips through tho center lengthwise the preliminary hearing. Heads Is a and basto close to tho fold. tlomaker, about 35 yoars old. He had Under tho part to bo piped lay the (Incorporated) nothing to any. Thoro have been no folded strip, allowing a quarter of an developments la Uie countuifeillus Inch to show, nnd threo quarters of an Ox-.- , O". 3VT'. Inch for tho seam. After tho piping la affair. 'bnstcil In place, stitch It aa closo to tho edgo as possible. Old Ulcers When a narrower piping Is wanted Are unalghtly and dangerous. Dr. tho goods' Ih cut accordingly; but bo- j SUnga or bites of Insects Uiat aro A Pain Remedy IIaII'o i.tlLu.ntlx Unlru villi hulll ilinlll suro to soe that there Is a good threepromptly. It Is clean nnd pleasant to eighths of an Inch allowed for the HoUi Internal and external is needed followed by swellings, pain or itching seam. use 25c a box Sold everywhere. daily b) almost oory family Keep sliouM be treated promptly as they aro a bottle of l)r, Holl'a AnU 1'aln Good poisonous UAUiAIlD'S, SNOW s Is ue poison Nothing better than Dahne'a Cream fur nil Iduda of huwel troubli-- i EiUr MCNT counteracts heailug I'ricoit25a Mntiou frtilt jars half gallon 05e a all nally for cuts, buroe, npmlim-niiMquarta 60o n dozen. Hick- Dread received freah dally by dozen and pains. Strongly anuseptlc. Sold overy G0o and Jl.OO per bottla. Sold by Hick Broa. ft Plant 8 man Hdw. Co. where, (urn Orus Co. j Sep-temb- Coata for Summer. White Is to be fashionable this summer. 'and nothing Is prettier than a white cloak. Whlto satin evening clonks faced with black are smart but not practical as compared with the same style of coat In Hght-- eight cloth. These coats should bo cut on some loose model, and can bo trimmed or plain. The snllor collar and revors of velvet covered with henvy laco aro effective, but tboy are equally effective of plain velvot, and velvet for tho moment seems moro In favor than satin as trimming. Heavy embroidery and braiding around tbo bottom of the coats, with the same trimming repeated on tho wldo turned-baccuffs and sailor collar, mako tho garment most elaborate. Sometimes tho revors aro faced with satin, not velvet, and this obvlatoa, tbo too heavy effect of so much braiding and embroldory, which always looks stiff. Harper's Bazar. k At Home or at the Laundry Hickman Ice T. Coal Co. DILLON, ' Mn-the- i v 2 3 i" Q WOO OS 2 T3 rr qr ! a o IT CJ 3 t 2 . X2 M u M CD N jfl n to Lin in O cn O l u . im i SI 2. 2. ia M, ft CO o.& 3 o or o 2 i S3 i rr pa CO ? 3. ia a. ia ft 1 C 3 8 CA 3 ft) ca ou a. 3 --I -w o O22S2"t3000a. s. a. 5 m 8 is O s- - m M 5. O O ? if ? 3 0) O3 a. 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Wlillo opjMwlto Eld, Trice's Subjects, Eld Will hi-glBuiKlnj- - Wtsltn KtntaJkt Ukt IWOra" & SPEER SEXTON, PUBLISHERS Uppt SlwiKh Land- - Subscription In Rat, $1.00 per yar e a itray cony "f butt of Uki Fulton luily HUutdor, wo tho pwudo ookmol bouts hU bream aitd tears Ids lialr boouimu Uiu Courier lot a brick tall on his political wire too. Ho devotes about a column h of his to Uirusts at OUlo M Jiwirut, 8. L. IXxldH, Editor Walkic of Uio Clinton (;uotu( und Instly, tin- senior odllor of Uio Courier. In passing ho will inondy Bay (uiul-turIn porvo) Uuit Uio bur kin,' of a dirty cur nt our heels doesn't provoko or souri' tw to uny great extent. If Uie editor had eiuiugli sense to know , that giio bo ho would keep Uiat crack In bin bead clormd. Tho kri bo lias to say, Uio moru folk Udiovo Mm. If wo luul a ncriib Jacknm tiial wvmld kjp with such a scab, we'd LUI Uie Jack am. Jloeau bo Ik sprawling laftlu ripp-and suspenders butid union Uio broken lux uf u polll icju Job bt no fault of anjoiw lu Kill ion county. The oUior ouuuUom in Uus dlstrkt simply had enough mnjdr-It) to beat Uio gang WttUiout Uiih tHiuty'M wxh, uiwl iim (uiu owr for luui. If Ui irtjjer couiu.1. had a county chairman like Uio uilouel, u imxJil hato bwn dlffuaurf, but Uiy wont Mul for this jurty noUoo hog-wusUiro-foobulcom-IMiud oiio-iouu liu a f.w milcfl Ixlow Illokmnu, a nuui on Uio Stacker U foil over-Ixwinl Sunday niornln about 1 o'- ulook ami drownol. 'Ilio man wtu; aliout CO yonre old. HIh ikudu 1m Uioughl to bavo lx'a Connolly mid that ho ruMdtd Itv Uio low-end of UiIh county. Ho got on tho boat at Now Madrid, Mo., ami w to linvo gotten off at IindliiK. 0. L. Colliim. who wtw on Uio boat, sajH Uio man wiw JMoxlmtrd, aiul Umt ho Hlmply tum-bl- d ovor Uio railing, ltoata wore lowortl ami an Iioiit'h inado. Only IiLb hut wax found. 'Hiuro wiuro two poHwnrft for IHrkrMin'8, nml alUiough tlio U.it lurdol and put off tlio oMut ikh..ii-gor- , Uio folkH on Uio boat fallfil to loarn wlilth ono thoy put off (Julnn r Dlckt-r-miu'- W. II. Trico, of Union City, a of mooUngH next at 11 a. m., In Uio grovo on tho tout. Indtinii-in- l Lcnguo grounds Im) on SUUo lUxul. Tlio iiioOnm will Kid. Trico l hold in n lte CAR LOAD nt t4Uf. Try, now hoUllng a and la having wonderful Ho Ih nn uloqiicnt and force ful Kponkur. KollowInR nro Iho mibjocts thai ln fll dlhcuHH: "Sonnhlng tho Scrlpturtti." John r.:M. KonrdilnK 17:10-12- STUDEBAKER Uio Scrlituiroa." Con. Actii 1, . "Tlio A-- Two Croatlons." 2. "Mnmw nml ChrlHU" Johnl:17. oUnifH or SanotiflcaUon." Heb. 12 II, John 17:17. or Connolly. "Kturnnl IJfo." MaU. 2C:C. liatitr: Uio Innly wbh rrovreil "CounUiu; Uio ,Cost." Luko 11:25-3yitlinlny at lloiudo, TWnn., and Idon-U- f 'Rtflriuil IHtitli." Itom. C:23. mI an Utat of ltobt. ConiiHlly, of "Tim Vino anl tho Hranchoe." John .Miulrld, .Mo. WAGONS That Must Be Sold Now in order to move these wagons right out we will give you $5.00 off on any of these prices, for the cash : 2 Nw IT.: Caught With Goods. "TJio Tmyor of Jesus on Unity." John 17. "Tlio Hook of IJfe." Uiko 10:19-2"Tundng to Cod.'' Isa. C5:C-7- , AoUh 0 l)iw:.n, rto fur a sollaiuug noUco from the llkuldur, w uuuk not. V would iuimJi prefer uoUeo from u Fiji U- Under, wmj u u K''niJnau uud a KJiolar bouide a muck-iukoAud us u pusung such rot lu our window, wo would luiunu )ou tlut wv lime a now gloss trout, and what tho nift do at pruueut u wnouKh Aow roll this up anil unoU in jour lPM. r. Tho man fulling lUmwlf Joe Drown 319. "Tlio Ton CommandmentB." Rx. 20. who wxut nrrvwUtl WttluoMLiy night II "Tho Evidence of Pardon." by triit I'oUrt- - Honry llalloy and if lhlotiviH llr'iuwn mid 8ciU, U Cor. 6:1. "KnomlM of Uie Crow." Mill. 3:17-1locki-up In Ui county Jail, chargt'J w4di hdritu iUftMng. II Cor. 5:18-20- . "Ilicoiifllllation." A fiuinvf of lllckniau arrlvod DtiUi of Man." Tit. 2:12. "ThrK in Uio rfty lliurt-la- y night and ckilin-it- l "The I'rocloua InvitaUon." MaU. to own Uio two mult which llio 11:28-30- . mi oalUvl Mrown luul to hI1 to "Watchfulntfls." Mark 13:37. honti tnubrH In I'ailucah. Iulucoh "TVio Now Name or Why I am not Ivin in now lu jiU. Tlio muWw a Cumphulllto." I l'wtor 4:1G. "Mioin Sliould Wo Foar." Matt wwo tho prrxirty of V. II. LaBhUw), 10:38. nf iMVir Onlctou. "Walking by Faith." II oCr. 6:7 "NVftlocUng Uto Creat Salvation.' rh'ory man ntsyU a now ult nt tho . prlrt-wp'ro nolllng thorn In Uio HIk Heb. 2:1-3"Tlio ltnasom Wo Don't oo Alike " Ctonring Sale. fluilUi & Amborg. nir tril luickward, turn backward, oU Time jour flight, and tflvo uji a maiden drosMxl proiKir and right. We are so woary of switch m ami ruts, batty llurku cluuturit and iKaoh Utakot tuiUi Wadit of Julo kuir in a horriblo pllu t(iMUl ou tlKr hcaU to tho IvoHtbt of a uUlo. tioiibUiiiu: hi wrong with Uio uuudviu, w; four. UUu un Uiu Kirfat an limy usvd to appear. Ulo ua Uio glrli wo onou know of yoro. whotMi curU dklnt ouniu from a luiir dromUig ulorw. MnldoliN who drm- 1 with a M.'UMttlo Vlow. Mu JuM ooliuuo Nattuw Intviulod thum to Otto im a Klrl wmi u figure bur own. ami huiblunil divliMUy by uuturo Kviiunluo myliw goUlug florour wch your-- Oh, glvo um Uio glrb a lu Utoy Dorena Notes. II. O. Halo and wlfo aro upending fnw ibiyn nt Dawson Springs. a Mm. II Dow Ih on tho sick lUU Mr John llckoU luui boon wry III for a few ila). HorUirl Hcka waa on tho nick la nporUnl vry low of ti'phoirj fovor. Mbw ('Anm-i- i Crawford is viftitlng la Kahi I'ndrlo tliU wock. Olautio Mndtlox rotumcl (to his homo In Charleston Sumlny. lUdianl UhUiii, of Charleston, Ih vlkiUiiK Ouy Hall for a few days. Willie HlgiUR has iMMjn Uio of hU moUier for a few duyn. Mr. and Mm. Tluirnmn IVktAt, of UhI laHt woek. MUw Hoay KnAy Real Estate Wosw, Inter- - J. F. Dodds to Annlo en In land, $4C0. o Hale anil Ward to A; D. Cook. Um In UUoin, JS.000. n. G. Halo to A. D. Qk, Umber In bottom, 2tf. II. L. Johnson to H. P. Johntson. 6 A. Sloan. 5 34 in. Studebaker Studebaker $60.00 $64.00 acres, 1C5. II. P. Johnson to J. acriw, 1CS. 3 in. tu(l to api.ur. lWit wtxik, Mum Virginia UUvii an J. F. , S. L. Dodds Co., W. II Ualtzer and E. D. Johnnon to Cage Hale, 415 acre In boUom, 17092 CO Hickman, WtJttl bore ono day last J. II. Picked to Cago Hale, lots In gut County MbHMaynierJclu;U nml KaUik-eFulluii Wiilo made a flying triji to Hickman of tho Friilay. Novum Mm. Adda Mnddox Is rrnorled. betUr. tor. She has had a severe attack of MJti lAilcu la filling out tho unux pneumonia. plrt:l Urm of Mini Dora Siullh, ro- Hirvlcn wero cnnduotMl at locust HlKUL'd, UhI lit gUlOg tUll BUbfUliilMl Grove Snturtlay night ami Sunday by in Uio dhxiuirtu of tho diM4jM of Uiu lire. Ikddridgo. orrioj. llur ai'imunont luut mot Tvn lloiuiou left bore for MouipbU wlUt tho approval of ovryouo lu Uiu t Ttiuniay to spend Boveral days, county wlio la InturtMlitl In Uio ru- but Sunday morning. ral MrJiooki, an tiyi ha had a gnat of Cayce, Mm. Turn dual of oxpcMlciito lu UiU work. hoiixi Hatunlay, after spending Wlu'u comity lxunocrata fio n few dny'H bTo wiUi rolatlvoa. Ui Uio polU lu Novitmbor Uiey will arbw Kathleen WWte retuniwl to jutt bo HipMirUng a uovlco In tho ro hhomo In Cayce, Saturday, after BIKiimlbllUkt nul duUM of Um offlco siuidliig a fow days with friondu. when Uioy nt for Ikt. Mrs. John Mnddox ban rotunnl to lur home after U4Un her nlaler, IVvkcn an a whole wo have ono of Mm. CJiindo Madilor, In auirleubou. the utroucci tlokiOi Uio party haw Mm, Weal onttntained a imt out for yonru uud Um priMptu iiuinbor of Uio young folkn at a party for winning lu Novumbur aru brbjiit. lu honor of Mitts Kathleen White, of o aru a IXimoor.U. lu orurythlitg tlio Cnyv. t.nn luiplluu. bollovo lu majority Mm. Mattlo Zloewhor and rule anl arc rtvuly and wlllliu; lo do roturnwl to thtdr home in Cai nil wo mn In our feblo wity tliat Uio l wielcs with ro afUir HiMjinllng Jikot may bo uuccuwful in tho gun-ri- her mother Mix. Sarali Price. olocUon. clill-dren Hov-ra- niiujicod an a uiudldato for btihool auiHirliilomliua of junior, ttubjot to Uiu acUou LHtjuocruUc ixtTty, ulooUon lu wtk. Hat Hlclcuinn, 2000. Cngo Halo to C. T. Ilondurant, 310 ucrett in bottoin, 17546.35. UoUo UnniiiK to Diifflo Vanco Moore, Iota FulUn, 11350. S. E. JoluiRon et al U W. A. Hrown houno and lot at Cayce, $4000. J. M. Pulton to E. C. Soudors, lot Henry Addition, 500. W. W. Ferguson to Ilnls L. Clark, 35 ncroH, 2000. Oeo. W. PoWiU. et al to R. W. Stnlllnn, lot lu Fulton, 900. I M. FergiiBon to W. F. Oarrigau, These prices include the bed. Seats and brakes are extra. We also have the C'luui. Noonon, of noar Cajoo, was biffo ou buulno.si yimtorday. Ho StabbedBy Boy. Ho is a poor business man who wil Jump at tho offer of the government to print him one Uionsnud envelopes for $1.20, Uilnklng he Is practicing economy. Ho does not stop to consider Uiat ho has to pay $20 cash lu advance for tho stamps on Uio thousand envelopes and If Uio thousand envelopes last him one year Uie on his money has been $2.00 Your local printer can furnish them much cheaper and will print anyUilng you wallt on them. TUio government restricts you to your firm name and tho envelopes arc worth recover'. were employed at tho Mongol nothing In Uio wiay of advertisement. IloUi Tho Behool nor canlta Uiis year Tho govorjiment envelopes do not Ima boon flxod at 14. 40. Uio highest factory. toll whether "Bill Smith" soils coffins in tho history of tho SUito. lASt or chill tonic. Whlto Bros., paouo 195. jxur It wea 4. n U&vi two dollara ovor tho (Inrland Johnson, 17 years old, used Courier oountor wlUi luatruotions to n knlfo with UdUng effect on Olias. dale up his papor two yvum howx). ago alwut 27, alwut three o- ilr Noonau la u uuxn attor our own llruer. MomUy afternoon In a 'flBht ulxk liourt. whicJi occurrtHl at the Mongol plant. Unior wtut stnbbeil Jin below the The Rivers and Harbors Comuilttue fork of Uio breast bone and recelv-- 1 will tart dowii Uio Ohio river Uils au ugly gaah, 8 Inchw long, Uio ribs ou Uio loft side. Ho was 'wk from llltUibunsh, on the SUmiiu-Hick-macarried to Uie office of Curllu & Kanawha, Tuoy wUl reach Curlln, where Dr. 1. II. Curllu suwed next Sunday. and otherwise dressed the wounds. Tho cunsmt of 1910 ahowa Uiat Uiere The cuUlug eeeuw to have been u"o marly two million more males thu outcome of Uio boy drinking Ice than females In Uio United States. wxiter from a private cooler. To bo exact, tho oxcoua of males U Johnson was taken in charge by J.M&.097. Policeman Sul Hornby. He is a moro bo aud claims the trouble was forcToachors examlnaUon will bo hold ed on him. Ho rwtidea In tlio Henry nt the Court Ilouao tomorrow nud Sat Addition. Umor Is gotUug along all right, and urtlay for white teachers and July 28 and 29 for colored teadtora. no feara aro entertained as to his be-lo- ,- acres, 16u. It. W. StalUns to F. A. HraUon. lots Fultnn U00. F. A. Ilmtton to It. W. Statllna, tot Fulton, 2C00. KlclunoiKl & nond to ncrtha S. Ilond, lot In IUctimoud & HoikI Aildi- ((on, $265. Richmond & Pond Co. to G. P. Hond Trustee, lot in Richmond & llond Addition, 35q. to J. A. Thompson, T. A. 330 acres In IioUom, f 8254.60. W. W. Hatts to A. E. Craig, tots in Fulton, 1500. Hen Collins to W. V. Darts, loU Fulton, 1 10. A. E. Craig to F. A. HraUon, lota Fulton, $1500. W. Ii. Holm to Ivey Helm, houso and lot lu Old Hickman, 1 nml out22 IP 3 --- er consllratlon. Mrs. Ireito DtUinko to W. R. Carrl-gnn- , Interest In laud, $2760. J. F. & S. h. Dodds Co. to C. A Davis, V. P. Davis and A. Hrevnrd, 3C4 acres land iu tho bottom. Tennessee Wagon at Special Prices HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCORPORATED SVfX HERE a !,5wSf-a'- vs-ft"-- ? .':-.'- ,. .Vi . ! mfo 4:'..- - TlrflEElE aci & T- ili Had Narrow Escape. TTT Courier Want Column walfa.;-- ! ftf"'' i fc"'? '.? 'i&'.w.Avi: (it 82c. ?. Quality Wheat is selling T. A. Holcombe has returned to GreenviUo, Alias. Victor Ambers returned from Tuesday night. Bushels of bargains Aimborg'a Big Sale. Mom-tni- s Ellison Bros. c Service Satisfaction at Smith & W. J. Logan was hero from Craig's ' Landing Wednesday. a Hugh OlUer came in Sunday from visit to homo folk in Memphis. C. A. IVirry in confined to his bed again and to in a critical condition. ter. Miss Mollie Hill, of Jackson, Tenu is the guctJt of Miss Donnlo Carpen- , The policy of this store is that perfect buggies to clean up. Co. wont torget our special offer on Hickman Hdw. It. L. Bradley, wife and son wont to St. Louis Tuesday night on Hees Lye. Ladies ready to wear dressed at half in Smith & Amberg'a Big Sale. . Karl Tally returned Tuesday from a short visit to home folks at Trenton, Ky. You'll find the old time value at now prices in the Big Sale. Smith & Amberg. Mrs. Nannie Cloar, of Troy, Tcnn., is the guest of her sitter, Mrs. Carpenter. Val Masses Louie Wright and Ada Berlin, of Beeiorton, aro guesto of Mrs. W J Cook. Mrs Josephine HIU died at her homo In Columbus on Tuesday, July llth, at the age of 68 years. October 3 will bo "Tobacco Day" and entire satisfaction must be given to every patron on each and every purchase, whether that purchase amounts to but a nickle or up into the hundreds of dollars. If, for any reason, yours should not be so, will you not let us know that we may right it? p-- - Myrtle Walker nml Arthur It VTKrt-O- mt 0nt itvr Won! r Vk Omli In AilBiir. Hale, two prominent oung uni1i of thin city, had n narrow escape fmui ,.,),4.IIH.4,1;.JH'I"I"I'HI I ,i. drowning In Ritfoot Inke almut I 30 FOR SAIJ-- My homo In Hickman. Tliursdny afternoon Tiiey were out Jas. Houaler. fishing in a small skiff ou Urn hike or Joe boat, when Mr. Hale, renciiliig FOR SAIJ-J- : Brood niaros nnd milk out for his line, full, upMtlng the cowa. J. H. Saunders . 41 Ixicvt nnd throwing botli Into the wa FOR H.UJO Six thorou4:librol I hi. ter, whUili wha piliably 20 fei-- t dup Pigs A. II. Iiet roe Jers tfc ut Uiat pliieo. Mr llnle tuniiagtil to grab MU FOR RHNT; i room resldenco Wolkitr with otto linn luid IhJiI to tlie iner O K Birlwr rShop. Apply to lx Kit with the other iitkttt aid etuue II M Kllixon. Nhk IUJ'kmiiIk nnd Mttui Homer Orii'ii, In a similar butt, wore near UST: SinaU silver rattle with a ti tlie iinfnrtunnte couple, nnd motliHr of jxvrl Imudlw. Rewnrd if lug a quarter of a mile furthar out feMiriKil to this office, 2c it rtspilred Kouio 10 or 16 minutes for 1 FOR SA1.II. team work inuW, them to r.iirh Mr Halo nnd MlV ou uife bui'gy mure, S No 1 milk Walker, wlinMt eii tluj" lunnl Wlitii MbiH Wsll.fr wiui r'iied by iiws W II McGhe, route I 2p Mr HtJllHhlM lM Mt allHOMt In n FOR SALE CHEAP, flvo fcood luj KtntK of potlA0 mimI Arthur wiiHnlxMit wiiguus, In coixl condition Cash or A ftw mor exImiiHll hiImiim il orodlt J. F. S. L, Dodds Co., Hick la), and tlifc wisitit pntibly inn n. u lin" Imiui diff.i'ii LOST Uilbl's Kold ohalii neckliKxj Ylw )xmg ople wwtt tmllHK 8. 1). Lulun's renldeuco unl the tiny at tlds fHiiHius rvtJirt Otii re in the 'kirty werw Ini Green ami HliUir'n rrfalile. Rewurd Mr B F Ward. Miss Rubye Flomliig lp Mlhs l- .' TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'rrT ..... , i twui Circuit Court, FOR RUNT: a very deelroblo fur nUhitl room; rlter view. nwr rt of town Two oung men prferrl ApjJy at this office. So h.-n- at the Poduruh fair. Prizes to the a mount of $2GG will be offered. Misn May Emma IUohnrdson has vis- it to Miss Anna Lynn Dodds. returned to Macon, Miss., after a Ellison Bros. Smith Mrs Coino to the funeral of profits & Amberg s Big Sale C O Spring and summer suits are going at figures that will take the "hesitate" out of any of you. Smith & Amberg. Services at Presbyterian Church Bond tho Big Sale Advertisement Sunday morning and evening. Sunday School at 10 a. in. W. Q. StockHickman Courier and Commercial ton, Minister. Appeal $1 25 J. T. Dillon's handsomo new resiMrs. Gus Moore, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Malono and Miss Mary Borendes dence on Troy avenue Is almost comhave returned from a few days' stay pleted. at Dawifion Springs. Congress will adjourn Aug. 7th. A Geo. D Annitage, foreman of the vote on reciprocity will be taken Courier, returned Saturday night from next Saturday. a two weeks' vacation in Milwaukee, Tho great bargains at Smith & Chicago and other iwlnts. Amberg'A Big Sale will go like Ice at Dr J ton on R Nil. iHisliKftH n wim here from Pul- )terday 0 Schlenker left yesterday . W K Holroinhr for Raton, to visit ninttvs. Ml this wwk for ,.I1kh. Ids home at Magnolia Services at tho Christian Church O. L. Collins and family returned next Sunday will be; Sunday School Saturday night on Stacker Iee from at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 .a. m. a visit with nloticfl at Paragould, 8 p. m. A cordial imitation is and Ark. extended to all. i Irs. Winnie Jones returned to her Mm Nat G., Turner and two chilArk., arrived here of Man-elhome in Columbus, O., Saturday, af- dren, Sunday to visit her paronts, Mr. and ter a visit to her parents, Capt. Chas. Mrs K. C. Carter. Slio was acHackett and family. companied home by her sister, Miss Mrs. BcUic Travis left Sunday for Kate Hackett. Nashville, and will spend the remain of Uio Mimmnr with her daughter, R. Y. McConnell a good substantial der Mrs. Motile Handler. citizen of the Jordan section, last Monday purchased of C. W. Miles, Jr. A piece of 'cornice fell from the top a nice cottage homo on College st., of tho Buchanan building this week, near tho High School and will move bu did not lilt anyone. These plcs his family a wife and daughter to wvigh about 25 pounds, and failing this city within tho next few weeks. (mm Uio roof of a 3,rtory building, They are excellent people and will would Ir! fatal should they strike n receive a hearty welcome from their person. A btitch In timo might savo -- many friends horo. Union City Com- nine In this instance. mercial. Mihrt Virginia Lulen, County School T2w name of Judge Bullock, as a Siiierlntendent, has let the contracts Jurlut and lawjer at the bar shines for three now school houses to be resplendent In court annals of West- ready for tho fall terms They are. ern Kentucky. He died on his 73rd Walnut Groie, five miles from Hick birfthday, February 1Mb, 1883. His man In the upper bottom, contract birthplace was Perryville, Ky., and lot to Douglas & Sanders; Tyler, on his alma mater William and Mary Blliow Slough In lower bottom; Helm, College in Virginia. He began the on Ilaniby Pond, contract let to J. H. practice of law at Hickman (the Mills I"arks. Point) in 1843, and moved to Clinton ecntng, Miss llonnle Thursday probably as early as 1850, an later Carpenter entertained six oung men to his country homo "Dunlora," near dinfriends at an elegant Columbus. Clinton Gazette. ner in honor of her guest, Miss MolSmith & Amberg advertise this lie HIU, of Jackbon, Tenn. Later, at week, the firrt really big sale of tho nine o'clock, a number of young laseason, and a glance at their list of dies and gentlemen arrived and enprices will convince the moat skeptic joyed a dance until a late hour The that some real bargains await those dinner guests were Miews Gus Al who desire to save money. The sea-6o- n oxander, W C need, Guy Halo, Edhas been unfavorable to heavy ward Brother, C M. Reynolds and stocks, and the result Is that surplus Goalder Johnson They were later merchandise must be unloaded. Mod- Joined by Misses Virginia Prather, ern merchants will not carry goods Ruth Ellison, Lillian Choate, Charlotta from season to season, but prefer to Hubbard, Inez Luten, and Annlo Cow- close them out at cost in order to gill, and Mi'fcsra. Ford Moddox, Alvin put the&r money back into newer and Threlbeid, Robt, DoBow, C M Black-forW. JJ. Amberg and Mr. and better stuff. At least, that Is tho Mrs. Hasan Shaw. way wo look at It. e Missra Kate Watson Beckham and oram at a June picnic. yehtorday for ftirls'Tenn., to attend mother near State Lino, and Hickman Elisabeth Murphy have returned to Mrs Artie Williams- and son left the funeral of a rolatito, Mrs Dora ndatittTi. their homes in Union City after a Wednesday for Bardwell, Ky., to at- Wiley. .Mrs II ( visit to Miss Thelma Baltzer. Ileltersuorth, of Jack-witend the bedside of her mother. I hain some bottom land for sole, Mhli. and Mrs. and Mr. W T. alho If you haven't nixl Binlth & Am Mrs. C H. Moore and children loft Iwig'a Big Solo Aihwrtixeiu.int tmu yesterday for Hodgenvillo, Ky., to vis- It a J id don't mum tin' bargain fwiat it Mr. Moore's sister. Mrs. HI Townsend and win, of O. C. Henry and Ien Wiley left RiNitulawny. Mks., are vIrKIiir her You're Invited to a "good value" party In our BIk Clearing Solo. Smith & AmlHU-g- . Siieclal reduction on snappy summer Oifonl. SmiUi &. Aiutmrg. n, some city property. Call und of n.nr Jonhiti, wore tlm h fw days thin wvk leet us. show you what we hnve II KiHtvts of Mrs. II K. Prather laitt MIhhivi Kuiiim nml Thtdnw Miiytts O. IIALB. left WiltVHnUiy for Rteiii, Mttts , to week. Mt Uialr brother J. J. Taylor and bride havo return Maimgor D.ls, of the Independent Mm Jessie Powell 1ms returned to ed o Hlekmnn, after a southern trip, TeUiimono Co. of Hickman, is himihI-Inher home In Oakton. nft.tr vlnHliu-l- r and will 1 at homo to friends in a Uio neek In IamiIsvIUo, nltemllng kirent fcevernl liny fow dajs. a convention of the managers of the Mm Luln UoInhvom mid children. f Ixt's t toRuther ami liao a car- vnrtotbt ludnkindeiit talophone llrioA Tinnilileiii. ,Ih . rlaMveK hi-- r nival week in Hlekmnn. It's been 5 of Kentucky. .Mr. Davis tells as his WeiliMwday muI Ttmmdey Mbses Hw and Hutilre .lohiwon jeans since we Imd anything doing in nomiKiny Is preparing to nui lln.-- to Union City, S.imburg, Troy. Fulton WUted Mrs Ilkiuelie Jesmip, In Unthis lino . and TJptonlllle. Union City ion Olty Friday nnd Satunlny The Yoemnn of America will hae a dance and Ice cream supper at VirKrss lc W.ter t II K CurhV Cago Halo of Hlekmnn. wns lu)n gil Roberts' in West Hickman tonight,, Mr. Hale mild W. Kreedinan, of Murray, Is In Saturday W IiM fall, Ills liKiutiful Iimiiv near Union Cit) charge nnd pureJiastl 400 acres of lnnd from The U. S. sung boat Macomb made Mr. SUI Dodds. of Hlekmnn Mr Hnt nn unsuccessful attempt to raise W lias now i oli the former I)m11h farm A. Hlnshnw's ferry boat, Dixie, Sat- at a profit of 7,000 (ho getting Ui urday. The boot Kink while at shore, 1111 crop) nml In now looking around and only half of her went down, but for some other nt I'nlon raising her seems to Uj quite a Job City NewsJItanner -g g-- K T Usrd vn M. B. Banl. thill FOR SALE: I havo two lyear-oh- l for ilUoriv. aUiMlniMtiiit ntwvrgNl buck. 6 or C buck UmU for sale Win Whillfp x ilan W1ll 1'rlco reaionsbla; UMiroughbrcd. II U- -i Suit for divoreo nml euMtxIy of Carter, Route 3, Hickman, ip two chUlron. Tim couple wh jhjt STRAYED -- Ray filler, 3 yra. old. l Oet 10. VjM. Ui Poplar Bluff. white atripe In face, brand.-- d C loft Mo , and paratd last yar. Vvriwin Ray ml Porter Rny. rttttt atiouldor, wldto hind feL HuiUblo K. Ilrlce, Hlckmau. RFDC for dlioni aim! custiHly of eliUil The rowunl.-- R, In oiitde wan maniiil In T.'Hst-MM-- e My 1I0 I'Ulirliff allotuxi truW ami Inhuutan tratiHi'iil Will Get Worse. i! Com lUuAel vs. Wnd Itaehol 11uy wor mariid In for dhon 'rtK'kU ooHiily, Tenn . In Kept 10. Tim HkkiiMii Couriitr, which In on and pkdntlff AUT-- n ide mm ilrtvHi the unviiiul nml Miiould b adiiiKsl am fnuii homo iwH lutncx Mamie Prjor s. Win. ITyir. Mull to Kix nlloatlou. dou for divorce, nlnlonriRt nlWitvd. In dtmoomtfni; the primary held in In iliun 11li.-wre Htsirtt "May U. 1M7, In "Pulton (county on July frniikly tHrtttn tin fiutu and trfating Obion county. Ua I.wti atmt tltviii tlie Courier lays Mi-l- f oiii te nUnck from the bully nutfflHK crowd wMoti lion Uirottle.1 Cayce News, Ul riiet of Uti' ptMiple In Fulton eon My llmga and ImiIHvh pluee tint a imIvh aUin ih inw mm dfy author Mttwt IJHIhh Kdn.Wrtoti vWt Is lly Ihit tktv la n wny to reach Jorilnn JhdurilHy nnl Kumlay Uhih It takes hmhi of courngo to Mm MliHilt .Vnrlor iMt. Mm Uitt the fiHtit. but unruly lh-r- v are IktMy Jlondurnot hrTH Haturilay. h fm i4n nf iv)iimt;e in I'ulton conn 8vrid )oonu Iho1 ntloiidil lt ty TtiH muu cUHmltto.. will'iiiH-.-t nt lost show hi HlrkHMN bua wttk luW(lle TlMirmlny niul a will Mm liii Nti) sml itsiigtKor rta- ttelflrc ih vito of Fiillim county to Kfd Mm ArdU JokMum TutdHy t JiimI wlmt Hi iiTtlflente nsiya, II li Caj- - Uine ImH lHHl wait Hotoii ! wu'li a prot.M a miid that by (VdumlHin nt ColHrnbin TSiHrxlay Um rowHiltlpe miiKt irtve luiil Tliat MIm Cawtmll hi Im.hm. nimlu i int4iU en n Un I m umiIp li) vIHUng nlAtlv 1h HtcktHAH. twwty, flny or miih Itiimlnsl of Fill Nuely HoodiMipyh', of Miukiiw, Jon county's eitlzHtui apxArtng Georg IV'witt nnd fnmHy SunIrMforn tlu roinmlrt In It day Is a lit of trouble and tninna n BTe.it MUs . lam)v Nnyter rtalt.-ntn Uil may renilt exHHte tiles nnd frtoruU Iim a fM day III of Milking Hut Ittjio ahat-ktin off of this wek from tlie lHtoraii nml In future a MIm D.11h HoiMlenpytA, of nwir free Imttot and a fair count I.eft to Motoxiw. Mm. IMrtW Jn a -- lt !r n't IV-II- afr It-i- .1 Ut lltil IViwItt drift. Wilms will iot wirn Urtin lteller - Oilmen Gnietto nuhr But. Wulker, do )nl Uduk tho sit nation could et an) worse? Courier tslltom, wlviti and gielln Stoltt. of Sturgeon, Mo wn iiiHartnJiied by Mr nnd Mm E ll Revi nt a sveii o'cloek dinner Tli Mttw nltd lllMt nUttit l llio 101 K(K1 UilliKA sen Nows-Bnnne- by Mm lteevce Would iiiuke a FreiMih clmf turn green with env) and one could not whJi for n great er plvwir- - tlinu to 1m a gucst nt this hospitable home 1 Invi-Htii- K The Cajco Milling Co has completed its new mill one of tho finest small mills in tho state and are now manufacturing flour, meal, feed stuff, etc , unexcelled In quality. This mill will bo a boom to-- Cayce and we trust Hickman merchants will give our neighboring town nil patroimgo ihwuI-'bl- e Elsewhere in this Issue the new milling concern makes nn announcement of interest to farmers. The following HIckmanltes went to Fulton Monday night, and took the degrees in tho Elks lodgo:' Dr K M. Crutchfield, C. Q. Schlonkor, Tom Prather, Percy Jonos, Tom French, Bornlo Hughes, J. T. Dillon, Ouy Halo, Gus Alexander nnd W. C Reed Special consort and body guards accompanying them wore F. M. Case, Goalder Johiifcon, J. W. Honor, A. A Iirls, Drs C. C und P. B. Curlln nnd Dr J O Stubbs Dolly Owens Intended to go but an Elk tells us his nerve failed lilin at tho last If tlie Hickman Coiirlor is willing to bear tho brunt of tho fight and can slomnch all mud nnd flltii that will lie poured on It, thero Is" a fine opportunity open to It to servo the people of Pulton county Shot und sholl nlmed at the enemy's breast works will bent thorn down though It inny take some time. By degrees ilu pooplo ran bo aroused and onco fill ly aroused tho people move as an av alancho Clinton Gazette. At Uio homo of Mr and Mrs S L. Dodds, Tuefcday evening ,tho little folks of tho neighborhood "gate n show" nnd played Cinderella, which was highly appreciated by a "pot kid houso" of grown uiw Tho3o taking part In tho entertainment wore Mil dred nnd Irene THiomitson, Holen and Frances Rice, Elizabeth Ellison, Mnr Ui a Emily and Anita Dodds, Olm y Johnson, Celeste Roberta, Mira Fnris, Ralph nnd Thelma Baltzer. Anna Lynn and Baltzor Dodds. Tho adnils-slo- i. was ono cent. Cayce Milling Co. Ocivoe, JSL-rm Our Motto PURITY and HIGHEST QUALITY We mill high quality grain only, low grade and smutty wheat not received. The public will please bear this in mind. Flour, Meal, Bran, Chops and Feedstuffs On this basis we solicit the patronage of the public. Grain Deposited at Our Risk and Protected by Insurance. Cayce Milling Company I Oct, K. FT oiO9N0 2Eg-?sPs?T- 0 -- " . -- . . . tS 51 1 ffi S "0 no &- - o C TJ o O rr EJ. 0) --i n D) J5 co 5&-5.- - 73 S o 3 3 S I K m 3 MUM ' . - 3 oq H "" f : r : : : s. i i . : 5 $H S. 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O n CD SO ft n : '' ! : ft J 2 G9 : : : : p a3 CD 0) co 3 0Q s. !iii.iimijwpww'i g Weeks T t g Weeks i' if I I Saturday, July 22nd, is the First Day And Saturday, Aug. 5th, the Last Day i MEN'S CLOTHING. i This will be the greatest Cut Price Clothing Sale we have ever had. Clothing must move. We expect You can buy a very fine suit, worth up to $ 2.50, for the small sum of $5.00. to sell 50 per cent of our clothing at this sale, and have put the knife through the price of every suit. They will be arranged in five lots without reserve. All must go at prices which were never so cheap before. Don't miss this opportunity. Come and get yourself a suit. I Mens Suits 25.00 and 27.50 values, sale price 18.50 and 20.00 values, sale price 5.00 and 6.50 values, sale price lm, 10.00 and 2.50 values, sale price values, sale price 7.50 300 mens odd vests worth up to 2.00, sale price- 1 1 Mens Hats 12.50 10.00 7.50 5.00 3.50 25c 1 Large lot of mem lutts to ho closed .50 hats, all colors and sirrs, sale price out at lusts .. than cost. . . 98c 3.-1- 5 1 - 5.00 John B. Stetson hat, sale price 2.00 hats, new style, wile price ., stylos, sole price 3.00 hats, new One lot of mm straw hats, worth 35c, 50o and 75a, nt ,. im . . JL25 '.a.,... 1.48 . 10c i mm m m i nw Mens Pants We have hundreds of pairs of mens pnints in the very Intost atylc, weaves and colors, which we offer at a groat sacrifice. 5.00 3.50 2.50 2.00 values, values, values, values, sale sale sale sale price Ladies Hats ..2.08 We have a few ladies tat to close out nt grtsnt hnignins. -- I iats worth from 2.50 to 3.50, snip price-- . Lot Na. 98c Lot No. 2 -- Hats wofth from 1.50 to 200, sale prico. . 4.8c 1 1 price price price - . . - 1.98 1.50 98c One lot of man slippers, of Stncy Adnina mrtlec, worth 5.00 ' and 6.00, to dose out at 2.95 nl Mens Shirts and Underwear 65c mens 75c mens .00 and 35c mens 60c mens 1 1 Ladies and Misses Shoes and Oxfords 39c shirts, sale price shirts, sale price .25 mens shirts, sale price shirts and drawers, sale price shirts and drawers, sale price 42c .79c 22c . The stot k is broken in sizes, but is n very latir one, and wr will close out the entire lirw at half price. in-arl- y 4:5c PETTICOATS 75c Petticoat, white or black 125 Petticoat, black only pairs White Canvas Slippers for Indies and minuet One lot of M issue Slippers, to close out One lot of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords, to close out 75 49c 79c 98c DRESS GOODS NOTIONS .. .. . amy lr i f y :mt Everything in Wash Goods and Summer Dress Goods must be sold. A great saving opportunity. ' Be sure and look this line up. 4 hZc 7c best Calico 4 h2c 7c good Lawn sale price 6"c " 9c good Lawn 9c Lawn " ISc best 12 ..- 25c Foulard 9c Gingham 10 and 15c Dress 6 : 9c check Ginghams '. 8 I'Sc 10c Hope Bleach Domestic....... 6c . ........ Brown Domestic Heavy 8 l-2c 4$c 89c 95c 12 l-- Percales .- r ,i 65 and 75c all wool Dress Goods -. 50c half wool Dress Goods 45 and SI and 1.25 all .wool Dress Goods 7 10 and 15c special lot White Goods... ;. Every piece of Silk in the house will be marked nt half price and some at less than half price. Ask to see them. 8c 45c 25c 85c One lot wide Embroidery worth 25c Embroidery sale price 60c 27 inch Flouncing Flouncing 10c h Flouncing 5 and 6c 5 and 10c Voile Lace 27-in27-inc- 20c. A 10c l-- 17c .... v 7 4 39c l-- 3c 1.50 Petliooats, white or bUck. 2 00 PetttcoAts, while or btsetc 2.50 Petticoats, black only -.- .. 5.00 Pelticoats, all silk 1.50 Nightgowns v 75c Nightgowns .. . 15c Nice, large Towels ..... 1 50 Large White Bed Spreads ... 75c Corset, new style, long jl. .. . 1 50 Corset, new style, long 4 ..,. 2.00 Corset, new style, long 8 Nice Bleached Domestic ...... ., Ladies Hose, worth 12 .. .. Ladies Hose, worth 20c Ladies Hose, worth 35c Ladies Vests, worth 7 Ladies Vests,, worth 10c Ladies Vests, worth 35c Ladies Vests, worth 65c, pure silk 1 lot Corsets, short, worth 50c 25c and 50c White Lace Ladies Collars . . . . l.as 1J5 2 95" ... 95c . 45c 10c . 9Sc .. 45e 95c . 1.25 . . 10e Silk Wob, black 5c Safely Piss, all site So Dress Ms 5 Paper of Needle 5c Pearl Butioae 10c Pearl Bottom . .. 20c nice Hair Barretts .. 3$c Window Stale .... 50c Window Shades 5c box Hair Pins 50c Lsdlea Umbrellas . ... , . . . 7 . Jr ... ...'. t . . . i ... . Jr lr 2c L m (. f jc ..... 13c J .........". Z m 2ic 29c t jc joc i i w Administer Rut ..... . . . . ..Sr . ..8c 12c 22e 5c . 7 1 2c 19c 38c 15c 10c . 2 00 Velvet Rug . 10c Combs, tin back 25c Combe, rubbor 50c Rubber Combs 10c line Combs 50c and 75 fine ScisMrf "''' , 1.85 125 gc ' 25c isc 8C , 24c l-- . DRESS SKIRTS Wc have a very lnrge stock of Skirts. lots. 1st Lot, Sale Price 2nd Lot in two I fc Prices $4 to 8.50 ar- 2 48 3 48 we have ever inaugurated. beginning Saturday, July 22nd, and continue every day until Saturday, August 5th. Everything guaranteed as advertised and as represented by our salesmen or your money refunded. Cash only, we will not charge anything to anyone. SALESPEOPLE WANTED, APPLY AT OUR STORE. STORE WILL BE CLOSED THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, JULY In this, sale we have cut prices lower than ever before. The greatest sacrifice of reliable and dependable merchandise Prices cut so low that we will do the greatest business we have ever clone. Two weeks 20 AND 21. wi BRO Mm D G. COMPANY NAIFEH :eacxo:i.iiL:DsrT 'sisr'irTj&xsL-'